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NT HAHTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., EJKIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1913. tiary nnd A M rescuer wrro tuUcn to tlio PenitenT. C. Crowder, Mr. rind Mrs. I,. F. HELD OVER MaJ. Cardenas Immediately EQUITY SOCIETY Bennett, Mr. nud .Mrs. John Dennett, LOVE SECRET OF Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Hawkins, Mr. communicated with President Huerta. Tho other crsIon of the nsslna-tlon- s, Robert Mllburn, Mrs. Rhea Daniel, TO GRAND GETTING BUSY KILLED ono that. 1b fearfully whispered Misses Ruth Godsey, Orpliat ElizaCAREER Is thnt about the capital beth Cox, Nora Daniel, Karsley Qola Cecil, Vera Hawkins, Lo- tho execution of .Madcro and of Suarez had been determined upon by the rctta Crowder, Addle I.ee Loney and Years' Messrs. Roy nnd Ernie Daniel, Ray Cupid Played Pranks With Vice President Also Assas- - Huertn Government, because of the Will Make Effort To Cut After Thirty-thre- e belief that the country could never and Charllo Hawkins. Service as Postmaster. Out Middleman. inated At Same Time. bo pacified with .Madero alive. Many Milkman and Nurse. people expect that the government Oil Fever At Hawesville. .will punish MaJ. Cardenas and his Hawesville, Ky., Feb. 24. The oil men In order to express official dis Believe Deaths Were Result of approval and to appease public dis- Fool on Fowels In Ohio County Is Had Charge of the Postoffice fever Is on hero again. This time Woman Now Is Power In State West Virginia parties aro Interested satisfaction. It Is Instantly rumored At St. Vincent, In Said to Have Realized Plot Disorder in Mexico and leases are being taken In the Politics And Tells of & that Maderojs guards had orders to western part of the county. This lo Union County. Bhoot him and Suarez before arriv$1,700. Increases. Her Romance. cality is tributary to the Lewisport ing at the Penitentiary. coal area In which geologists of the Not far from the Ponitentlury there survey era previous to the war, piles of stones, sonic 'The officials of the The Owensboro Messenger says: Denver, Colo., Feb. 24. The middle City of Mexico, February 23. Death are two small American Sofound many indications of oil. It Is thirty-thre- e 20 feet apart. They mark the spots ciety of Equity are making years of conAfter elaborate stalked abroad In the streets of the believed by several that the oil men Initial of Agnes L. Riddle's name men, who a few days ago, plans to carry out certain provisions tinuous service in the postoffice deof tlio Republic of Mexico where the of ono year ago found rich oil In the might stand cither for legislation or ruled Mexico, had fallen. Holes In of their organizations heretofore partment Jirncst Hosback, formerly county but that the wells ware love with equal propriety. last night, when Francisco I. In the organization of postmaster at St. Vincent, in Union Plugged until the oil magnates get Mrs. Riddle ! the adopted "mothftderb, former liresldent of the re the wall of the Penitentiary show neglected. where some of tho bullets lodged. tho society for tho benefit of farm- county, was accused of defrauding ready for them. public, and Jose 1'lno Suarez, form er of Colorado," whose success as a tho government of 2,300. Mr. Hos legislator was so marked during her er, vice president under the Madcro The stones wero piled by sympa- ers it was contemplated that thetic persons of the lower class, buying should be carried on In back was arrested a week ago on the eglme, Wero shot and Jellied whllo first term that the people returned Good In Any Precinct. chargo of , certifying false reports to guard of ru rales was taking thci whose curiosity early drew them to conjunction with the Frankfort, Ky Feb. 24. In con- ,her this winter to sit a second time (in an automobile from the Rational tho scene. From the top of each idea in selling the products of tho the auditor's department of the post- struing the primary law in answer in the Houso of Representatives. pitiful monument flickered planters, lint one side of the plat- al branch of tho government, of canThis Colorado woman lawmaker is Palaco to the Penitentiary. and lighted form has up to this time been car- cellations of postage stamps, upon to inquiries received, Attorney Gen German by birth, a good American - candles, placed there Gen. Huerta, the provisional preslcounty eral Garnett holds that in by adoption, a nurse by pro fcdent, and Francisco dc la Oarra, the by those who thus thought to offer ried out. Plans are now being pre- which the compensation of his of- races, the candidates may get the citizen Ipromler, have disavowed the killing tho last rites of the church to tho pared by which members of the or- fice is based. His trial was set for specified fession, a wife by choice, a mother" penumber of signers to a Saturday at 1:30 and ho was released Jnnd have informed the United States souls of the dead. From the ground ganization will receive the full benetition in any precinct and not in the by instinct, a Republican by polid had been scraped away by organization. on bond, after being held to the May fit contemplated Government that Madcro and Suarez precincts, in which the candidates tics and an Independent in thought. earth, which was carried off Proposals aro bleng asked for and term of the federal grand Jury. But the uniquo incident in her wero killed by the hullcts of their by the morbid. AssiBtanl District Attorney John live. He also held that names of can- life 1b the story of received concerning wholesale prices own friends In an attempt to rescue her loveless love can not be written on the For two days Francisco I. Madero on most of the necessaries of life In .P. Haswoll, of Hardlnsburg, repre- didates story which has turned out to be a tthem. They Bay that the government ballot In the primary. This question profoundly deplores the occurrence and Pino Suarez had been closely relation to the farmers and their oc- senting the government, and W. A. arose over the question as to true love match. whether, land will track down and punish the confined at the National Palace. Vis- cupation. Farm Implements, In, par- Cueman, Jr., postal Inspector and a Republican could vote for a DemoYears ago Mrs. Riddle, was nursing Inspector Milllgan, located at Padu-caits from members of their families ticular, will receive tho attention of ! Almurderers. by writing the Demo a patient 'way up the country. wore at the office of Commis- cratic candidate most the only caller was the milkThe body of Madero shows only and from personal friends wero refus- the promoters of this proposition. cratic candidate's name on the bal Just what plan is proposed to be sioner Dean for the trial. The deman. The nurse never noticed him one wound. A bullet entered the ed. They wero treated kindly, but tho government Imprisoned them un- carried out has not been decided fendant was represented by the Hon. lot or if a Democrat who wished to until one day he suggested that she back of the head and emerged at tho G. L. Drury, of Morganfleld, and vote for a Republican could write was commencing to look tired and forehead. The body of Suarez shows der the strictost of orders. Madcro upon at prcBont. The question Is tho Republican's name on the balRingo & C)ements of Owensboro. had raged and stormed against what whether to open a many wounds, the bullets entering merseemed to need a little fresh air. lot. ho termed tho treachery of his most chandise establishment, or to b,avo From the caso as made out by the "Won't you come and have a ride from tho front. Blan-que- t. some mercantile at government officers, Inspectors Milsome morning In the milk wagon?" establishment Tho American ambassador believes trusted officers, Huerta and Notice Equity Members. For a time he had declined to some central point act as the agent llgan and Cueman examined the af he asked lit a hesitating voice. he government hnd no hand in the j The Flnanco eat. Later he became more cheerful, for the society. The idea of nn pi. fairs of the office in June Committee having of 1012 "Oh, some of these days, maybe," JJisslnailons nnd accepts Gen. Huer- - though ho never ceased to execrate chance Is receiving much nmn.h and discovered as they stated that failed to make sale of the tobacco she laughingly replied, and forgot ana Da la Barms statement as Huerta and Blanquct. Lient from the officials. In this l largo amounts of stamps were being desires a meeting of the poolers of tho Incident. , octirate'anii Blnccrc. .... uguitH rumors .10 .... ine was a spiritualist la proposed to have a market for all certified-Cancele- d to tho department Ohio county at Hartford, Saturday, ii. But the milkman's query came to mu ! .iucro ttru win llpnntrnrv' Aliint' if Ihn nnmiln t.nlloi'n- as Senora .Madero. . Ho. formed the' manner of produce raised by the auditor, in excess, as they thought, March 1st, at 10 a. m., to consider be a regular habit, until one day she , ... , ...... , "" r i m...-- r"- -' ... .... "v...- uuuui wiuL uu wub .. of what should have been ue Kiiicu aiiu i an hauling to Owensboro, Livermore accepted, Just to be doing something uuiuajtu uiiiu .ii..i..a.i ... wk' Maucru ami suarci, nue uub- - that th0 l,rom'8e3 fiuth government-- . rnn.iA. where sales lw, buiub made i at office as small as .St. Vincent.from was and Whitesvllle. It olnt 'tVb Madcro. were the victims of be different. Ho took her to see his .. . ...... .O . tiollte dccuiitlons. Sonnr.i Ma.L ci ..t r tusu -- . a mucn .... - shown that outside of the St. VinE. C. BAIRD, Ch'm'n. i. ranch and his wife" lowat luai BUOCKing expedient or dictator- - iwero a flrm uellevcr ia " jjhuu iur ' "PMtuollstn. er I)rlco than tho reta fIgure charg. cent Academy, there were ssarccly a who proved to be a hired man. lsm. ironically known as la ley de doro' Hartford College Notes convnrcd that 10 designs of the ed by tho tradcsman. and at a slight- - dozen patrons of the office. The govOn the way back, the man with fuga, and that the government rawer aw ly higher price than that paid by ernment had learned that large Misses Cora and Eva Thomasson, the milk cans tossed fears to the i ployed a trick frequently used by American nmbassa-hlniBc- ir tho commission house to the produc- amounts of stamps had been sent Heflin, and Mr. Marvin Hoover, of wind and announced that he needed Porflrio Diaz when he desired to rid 8 ,nrril,ed - Sh? bccalIl fra,,tlc fronl worry er. Tho claim Is made that there from the postoffice in payment of Deda, aro recent matriculates In a woman to help him run that ranch-righof people dangerous to iho'd"Bricf- - Se,,ora Suarez, had no Is too much margin i and wnirnrn nf h mniii.iiP. between tho bills for merchandise to mall order The Teachers' Training Class. Messrs. George and Eugeno Wedd"What I want is a cook," said Tho widow of Madcro obtained lloI0 that her liusballd would escape value placed on tho farmers' products houses over tho country, some of flontli by the retail merchant when lie buys. them in Now York, and other East- ing, Adaburg, and Mack Martin, of the man. 111a uuuj uiiij unt'r nm- - I juBivtaiuji ui Ambassador Wilson, after falling to and tho samo prico placed on the ern points. Inspector Milllgan was Horton, haye arranged to enter next "I am a good cook," said the" nurse. bausador Wilson had interceded for "Will you come?" asked tho man. her. Nearly prostrated from the htaln permission for Senora Madero goods when he sells. This plnn will detailed to make an examination, and week. Examinations began in all depart had a talk gle fresh produce of nil kinds td found out that members of the post"Yes," she Baiu; "If you'll buy me frightful news that had come to her, to visit tho with President Huerta and with Do tho consumer at a much cheaper pried master's family wero making tho ments Wednesday and continue thru a coffee mill, two wash tubs and tt alio had pleaded pitifully all mornbunch of flatlrons. ing for permission to boo tho body. la Barra in which ho was assured and bring tho planter a better value purchases. Ho "was Informed of the today. Mr. W. H. Barnes, of the Board She went back to her nursing. He Tho government refused, Mr. Wilson that tho government's Intentions wero for his produce. Tho idea is to elimi- probable charges that would be mado called De la Batfa and persuaded humane, that Madero's life was In nate thq middle man. At the same against him and offered certain ex- of i Education, was at school last went back to the ranch. Ten days later the man with the him to grant Senora Madero's re- no Immcdlato danger and that he. time it is proposed to have for sale planations which the officials did not week and gave a splendid talk to would ho tried under the forms of to tho producer, every article which consider sufficiently strong, and de tho High School pupils. quest. At 2 p. in. Gen Dlanquet cans appeared at the door milk Misses Beula Miles, Paradise; Zoda again. tho body to Alberto Perez, law. Tho American ambassador at- ho has to buy, to be sold at tho manded that he return to the govtempted to lighten Senora Madero's wholesale price, plus the actual cost ernment the sum which they claimed Raymond, Adaburg; Eva Butler and "What do you want?" said the Senora Madero's brother. charges. ho had been overpaid. The postal Mae Whlttlnghlll, Fordsvillo; Martha nurse. The government had planned to anxiety and to assuage her grief by of handling and carrying emphasizing his belief in the govern-Xu- ll Each side of tho business Is to bo clerks on tho railroads which re Sandefur 'and Mattle Porter, Beaver "I've bought the flatlrons," he' , accord tho body of the military honors on account of,ment's good Intentions. He was un-h- is handled on a strictly cash basis, and ceived the outgoing mall were in Dam; Evelyn Clark, Sunnydale; and announced, "and," he added, twistwife In this way a great deal of expense structed to keep an accurate account Messers. Mack Benton, Cenlertown; ing his hat around on his forefingformer high rank. A brlgado of successful. Tho days In July of 1912, Clarence Renfrew, Beaver Dam, vis- er, nervously, '"I thought that I'd troops commanded by Gen. Gaus was "'" ai so aid not trust the gov. In tho way of bookkeeping will be for thirty-on- e avoided, and the natural loss by bad and report this to the authorities. ited their homes Saturday and Sun- better find out your name, as I'm up at tho Penitentiary, but eminent. drawi The statements of the railway clerks day. going down today to get the license." theMdan was finally abandoned as At 7 o'clock last night it became accounts dono away with. showed that tho postmaster had cer '' The Floyds, presenting the third On the wedding day when the known that President Huerta and Tho Equity society is strengthening inexiedlcnt. College Lyceum service was over and the minslter Tho city Is quiet tonight under .tho Foreign Minister do la Darra, after Us organization in every pnrt of the tified over the amounts received by number of the per cent, and Course, will appear at the Opera ordered tho bridegroom to kiss hla ironjule of Huerta. Tho people have a council of tlio cabinet, had decided district according to a statement them about forty-eigthe demnads of the government of- House, Wednesday night, March f. bride, "Mr. Agnes Riddle" startled not dared to speak openly what to transfer Madero and Suaroz from from tho secretary on Saturday. thousands aro whispering. The sol- - tho National Palace to the Peniten- Regular organizers aro being sent ficials were based on this statement This promises to bo ono of the best and amused the friends by announcnumbers of the entire course. ing that ho huu not- - known his wife dlrjr.of Huerta and Diaz crowd the tiary. The government took pains to out to the precincts and local unions for a period dating back to 1S87. Commissioner Dean concluded after long enough to warrant such a libpjtreets and the government has an- communicate its plan to tho Ameri- aro boing formed at all of tho dishearing the evidence of a number of Tobacco Consumption Increases. erty. nounced that It will brook no opposi- can umbasBador, representing tjiat trict school houses. In Washington, Feb. 24. Americans years ago. Tjiat was twenty-fou- r tion. Some accept as truthful tho the transfer was necessitated by every lino of farm economics Is being witnesses, among whom wero several government's explanation. Many In- reasons of security nnd humanity. developed. Poultry and eggs are being character witnesses, and who gave aro drinking more whisky, smoking Today Mrs. Riddle Is authority for sist, howovor, that tho killing was Tho American ambassador approv- given especial attention as Interest Mr. Hosback an excellent charactor, moro cigars and clgarets, and chew- tho statement that ho was absolutely ed of tho plan and had an agreeable In this line of farm industry Ib grow- that tho defendant should bo held ing moro tobacco than over beforo right, and that the loveless, klssless ordered by tho authorities. presi- talk with Do la Ilarra. Tho and ing with leaps and bounds. Tho usual over to answer the chargo to the In history, according to latest tax courtship has resulted in a real love grand jury. His bond was fixed at returns to Royal E. Cabell, Commis- marriage. dent wero killed while being driven modes of disposing of these articles Ho was Informed that tlio attorMrs. Rlddlo is a power In the State Jn an automobile through tho Cnlle ney general was preparing tho cases to the hucksters who usunlly pay ?500, which ho gave, with W. J. sioner of Internal Revenue. From July to February, the'i'na-tlo- n of Colorado. She is tho secretary of I.ecumbcrii in tho Colonla do la Dol-.s- against Madcro and Suarez and that from ono to threo cents below the Greenwell as surety. Mr. Hosback, who is a man of near not far from tho Penitentiary, tho government would proceed in quoted market price or delivering to has consumed 04,000,000 gallons the State grange, tho parliamentarian sixty years .of ago, was accompanied of whisky, an Increase of 5,000,000 of tho Stato Congress of Mothers, their destinaton. Tho Colonla de theso cases entirely according to tho tho city whero a low market is tho la Ilolsa Is tho Whltcchapel district laws of tho republic. De la Barra rule Is boing decried and the pooling by his wifo, who was assistant In the gallons over the corresponding period tho chairman of tho executive board office, and who 1b now conducting tho previous year; 8,500,000.000 cig- of the State Agricultural College, a of tho capital. Lato at night It Is wont to great length to set boforo of the product of ono cmmunlty, of tho office at St. arettes, an increase of 2,250,000,000; member of tho exccutlvo board of poorly lighted and lonely, save for Ambassador Wilson tho details of and selling in large lots to a bettor tlio business Vincent. Congress of Dry 4,500,000,000 cigars, an Increase of the International the presence of policemen and un- tho government's plans regarding market. In tho event of tho estab250,000,000; and 250,000,000 pounds of Farming, secret&iy of the Sixty-nint- h lishing of 'tho exchange by tho sofortunates. Madero and Suaroz. Surprise Birthday Dinner. According to tho official statement smoking and chewing tobacco, an In- District School Board In Arapahoe ciety the products will be handled by Shortly before 11 o'clock, MaJ. jnado by the government, MaJ. CardeThe friends and relatives of Mr. crease of 12,000,000 pounds. These are County, teacher in Sunday school, themselves, and any surplus will be an officer in whom President g In a big, paying dairy figures. nas and a force of two officers, an Huerta has perfect confidence, was shipped to the foreign markets when II. T. Crowder gave him a surprise orderly and seven rurales, were "at- summoned to the president's private better prices can be obtained. In addition, drinkers of beer are business and a successful legislator. birthday dinner Monday, February She is mothering halt a dozen edresuming their stride. During the tacked in tho Callo Lecumberri, In the sale of a pool of' fowls In 24, in honor of his 41st birthday. office and received Instructions to oi the distance from the Na- convey Madero and Suarez to the Ohio county It was also Mr. J. W. Cox's' 76th fiscal year 1912, tho consumption of ucational bills and championing a set recontiy calculations beer fell off materially, but for the of measures Intended to clean up tional Palace to the Penitentiary, by Penitentiary. MuJ. Cardenas, with showed that for a period of a few birthday, who was present. iive armed men, who Bhouted, "Vive two officers, an orderly and seven months $1,700 was realized over the There was a bountiful supply of first seven months of the current and Improve the State institution discharged rurales, made careful preparations. prices offered by local buyers, ar.1 everything good to eat and every- fiscal year, the people of tho United where children and dependents aro Madero," and Instantly States have drunk 33,864,000 barrels, housed. their pistols and riflea at the The commander of the guard visited the members of the organization In body enjoyed the day. She Is beloved equally by Democrat Simultaneously, about thirty Madero and Suarez in their quarters that county are now following out Those present were Rev. Birch an Increase of 1,850,000 barrels over and Republican, man and woman. men, ran from the side streets and and Informed them of the govern- this Idea extensively. Shields and wife, Beaver Dam; Mr. last year. fired.volleys, killing Madero and Sua- ment's orders. They were In bed. It Is contended by the officers of .J W. Cox, Cromwell; Mr. and Mrs. Drinkers, smokers and chewers are Be Cheerful. rez distantly. One of the attacking They arose, dressed, and were es- the society that as' little can b Ira Cox, Smallbous; Mr. J. S. Ben- thus enriching the Federal Governwound-.- d corted to revenue taxes from It the weather doesn't suit you party' was killed, several were la a small organization, nett, No Creek; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ment. Internal the courtyard of the palace, Do not fretful grow, and a few were arrested by MaJ. where the automobile and the mount- - much more can be done by organiz- Balmaln, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. S. Cecil, Mr. July 1, to date, are 112,500,000 greatclimate ing the counties seperately 'and when and Mrs. James Daniel and little er than any previous record for a There may be a brand-neCardenas and his rurales. The bodies , In an hour or so. (Continued on Eighth Page.) daughter Delia Mae; Mr. and Mrs. similar period Madero, Suarez and the would-fc- e possible, to act In unison. of IS MADER0J8 JURY WOMAH Mil-bur- n, m ht blood-saturate- h, m ' ... i -- .j . ... 1 , I "red-head- ed t. ed ht ox-vi- a, Car-don- as, record-breakin- two-thir- auto-.mobil- e, OK. iU ....,- - wwwiW"SSSS5 SSnowiSSSR w rtmmmi&BEKfttm g -- "' ww; &v ' ton, who, though his llncago was unexceptionable, possessed neither richWASHINGTON es nor prospects. There will always bo dispute as to LOVE-AFFAthe treatment which tho Immortal George refoled at tho hands of nn- IRS lOtlcr Alary, whese surname was Phil- III so, and whoso father an Hngllshof His County" Had 'nian of considerable fortune, owned la fine estate neir West Point, on tho banks of tho Hudson Mcr. Many Courtships, Mniy rhlllUs at the time when Washington llrst met her, In t".C, was a very handsome joung woman. Married Widow Custis a Week 2(5 years old that Is to say, two yeais older than George. She was Met He After alieady engaged to be married to Cnptaln Hogcr .Morris, a former comHer of Washington's, panion In arms i who, like himself, hnd been nn nld during the yoor Betsy Fauntleroj ! History to General r.rnddock dlcast:rcus camralgn. AccorTor her because Lo v. Ill otory, howeier, she 'c u. 'sM Lave h.airlel ilearso ding to oneGeorge's attentions, only Wti'stazisiu htm, after his Interest was :..a w.u, sj far at Known, his first to Inform engaged, that oho was prom c" a wealthy Vi- serlouslv ( 1 o ilni'l .ei ised to another. rginia i)lanlcr, she was at the time In the meantime George had been only 11 years of age. A nicr child, lifted from iocrty to affluence by one might tay. Uut It should be r, Lawtliat In those tlas girls grew tho death ot his rence, who IcH him not only Mount more quickly than thc do now iip aluable .sitiii at 14 and 15 they were frequently Vernon, but much other proi crtj . Under su:h clrcumstnnccs, nod. Eighteen was an old maid. Jt was loo at first sight. George and with his constitutional weakness was alwajj precipitate In such mat-Her- 'for feminine charms, It was inuilt-'abl- e that he should not escape and Inside of a fortnight ho long. A widow named Custis Jiatf proposed. What she thought of recorded, but her father's (fixed her bright eyes upon him, and Iilin la not xyas the deciding opinion unfortu-Tiatt'l- y his fate was quickly decided. This was In 1T&S, two years after for the oung man. lie showed jthe adienture with Miss Phllllpse. "Washington tho door. "JCaylor'a Hold," tho girl's homo He met the w idow by mere chance was Killed, on the banks of the lord- when stopping to lle at the house ly Potomac. It was not far from ,of a gentleman named Chaiuberlayn, Wakefield, where Washington was near Williams Ferry. She was a gue&t years born. To him, of course, the defeat of there at the time. Twenty-seve- n his holes was a dreadful blow, and of age (nine months older than he), o did not get over It easily. In his she was In the full bloom of womanJettcra and In his diary also her hood. Her former husband, Daniel name Is mentioned again and again Parke Custis (whom she married jn terms of almost extravagant com- when only 17), had left her a large pliment. Ho calls her the "Lowland plantation near Williamsburg, a fine JJeauty" and "Beautiful Hctay." But mansion (known as tho "Six Chlm- 3he married another man, one Itipv Hnnsi"V mid S10i1.n00 In mort gages and other securities. She also Thomas Adams. matter of fact, George Wash- had two children. As a It will be noticed that in every inington, as a young man, was what the young woman whom folks in these das would stance iiishlonable i:all a "detrimental," matrimonially George fell in loe were In affluent had a .speaking. The mothers, who In those circumstances. He always times governed buch affairs to a high appreciation of the usefulness .much greater extent than now, look-o- d of money, and, doubtless, the Custis him as an undesirable match, fortune lent additional attraction to .and this was the chief i casou why the fair widow. But unquestionably lie remained unmarried so long. For ho was fascinated with her person. Jthe future of his country was ex- It is recorded that ho prosecuted his tremely impressionable to feminine courtship with ilgor and expedition, charms, and authentic history records and that the lady accepted him withthat he was refused by at least three, in a week after he first met her. They were mairled January 17th, and jnobably four, oung women he was finally picked up by the 17.7G, aniT thereupon he took her, with widow Custis, who, haiug a little her children, to Mount Vernon to fortune of her own, was In a position live. So far as known the union was Id suit her individual and unrestrlct-t- J a ery happy one. Martha was not a person of exceptional brilliancy, but ta& to in the choice of a husband. The records seem to show that it she was a good demoted wife She iras In S7ut that George's first pro- survived her spouse only a twelveposal of marriage was rejected. He month, and, after the death of her as then 19 jears old. A jear later. husband, retired to a small chamber on the third floor of the historic In a letter addressed to the girl's he u3l:a for a reversal of the mansion the single .small window of Mr. which looked out toward the south ixucl sentence," but, though I?aimt3eroy'.j reply is not extant, it and down the Potomac, commanding a lcw of the hero's tomb. Within nvaa eililently unfavorable. years, Voung Washington at that time, this tomb he lay thirty-on- e jihyslcalb spcakiug was a fine specl-anc- n being transferred thereupon to the ault wherein he and his l eari American n.anhood. He present talood two laches oer six feet in his wile now rest side by side In massive alocldiifis. As a irlcndly contempor- sarcophagi hewn out of solid blocks ary rteatribes him, ho had "Well de- of marble Bene Bache In Record-Heralveloped musclts, largo bones and joints and wide shouldprs." His nose vma large and straight. His chin was fifirm, and his hair, worn in a queue, FOR FLETCHER'S va3 dark lironn. His mouth, largo I and firmly cloted, from time to tlmo illsclohed u few dulc:tie teeth. $100 Reward Si 00. Between tho dates of his first and Tlw rwulcs of Uils ipayir' will lie second proposals for "beauteous He- ID Ji to ljj.rn t!m.t ii'mre U o,t lea.t tty's" land, ho had made a oago to imib lnvlel U!sMio tc'jU &oi,cnce ha Ifculmdcs with his lnalid brother, br h nWt to cure in ail iU stages, and there had caught the and that Is Oatavh. Hail's Ca.torr'1 -- smallpox, which iui aired his good Cutis Is Vio only po'tlvs nrv known looks to sumo extent for tho rest of to Vxo iiviltcvl fratwrmliy. CaUJrii feeing hU life. a di3aJe, .rjituircs a Tradition, which is unwritten histtivMtiiieiit'. Hill's Catarrn tory, declares that tho "Lowland Curo fc, fjJteci anting "Itenuty" married Thomas Adams for ivxm t'VJ blooit anl (imwoJS surfaces of tH9 sytam, idVmei!y i!4 wealth, and that fho lived to her mistake. Years afterward t'10 founOUUon of iVi dlsqase, (so tho same .uithorltj ucrc), when, MJ ei'.fns Vw axtUiV. s'.r rwl'v by after tho triumph at Yorl.town, btilltUn; up Vm cmtttUitpn itiiicl avlit Washington paabed through Williams- ln' Ju doing lis wo'k. 'nlw burg, n.ajrhlns at tho head of his hxw si nitiU faith In its troops jast her residence, ho looked cimoiVap iovivs t''tt jt!iiy offer oiw p, and, espying l.er on tho balcony, Iliuiilrnl IjIU-- s o- - uiiy L'ia,t !l QX4 jralsod his aword in salute. She fills in cure. Swryl fo,r llt t pxttU '8 Our Letter Box. ; To the KdRor of The Republican: "'Father I I lat-ter- "8 la3 I half-brothe- -- a, mat-jrlino- i " iii-o- be-Jo- re tr, d. Children Cry CASTO R A Cnptlnllsm nnd Socialism compared: What they aic, what they ate doing and what they propose to do for tho people. Capitalism Is our present econo mic system, which Is the fnthor of luxury, and poverty, tho brother of competition and wnr and tho son oi selfish Individualism. Socialism on the other hand, Is only a pioposcd economic nysteni but still wo have a fow soclalUcn Iiibtltutlons to demonstrate what socialism actually Is, yet they arc not wholly socialistic for the men higher up icceiie too great a salary. "It Is that greater unionism which will unite the producer with tho consumer through the action of tho socommonwealth." cialist Capitalism Is doing for us working looplc what drones do for bees It icriults two distinct classes to exist, they are the working, or useful class, and tho capitalist or Idle class. the factories, This class controls sliois, mills, mints, railroads, the telegraph, express and steam ship lines. These public utilities make out of their owners, while on the other hand the working class built and developed them at hard living wages. The working class produces all of our raw materials. It prepares them for the working class and they are hauled to the consumer by the working class, yet this useful class does not own tho mighty tools with which It does its social work. Tho consequences are that It Is being robbed s of what it honestly of creates. We equity people are having much trouble with the tobacco trust, which put Itsself up as a legal corporation to buy tobacco', but Uncle Sam found somo flaws in this trust and through This the people It was dissolved. action of the Government as well as that of the tobacco associations has caused the tobacco companies to organize a conspiracy, which means that we are not to get but 9 to 5, and 3 for our tobacco, that was produced by the'sweat of our brows under the hot burning sun of 1912. Still our price is not accepted; the poolers need their money. The merchant who credited them needs his money and the factory worker of tho cities are whining "for the factories to oi en. "The working man made all of tho tobacco, he will manufacture It, chew and smoke tho most of It, for doing all of the useful work to It." Such Is an infinite part of the disasterous work ot capitalism. Socialism on the other hand Is educating millions of children In our country. Tho poor child has the same light that a rich child has. Tho government builds thousands of schools every year, through tho action of the Educational" Department. It It can do this great work for the people, then why can't it build a few hundred tobacco factories, and go into the tobacco business. Tho most complete socialistic institution of America is the Postof-tic- e Department of tho Go eminent. It is run almost at actual cost for the sen Ice of all tho people, and not for tho profit of any one. The price of stamps Is within tho reach soien-clghth- It Is tho same everywhere. Tho Postal Depaitmoht has recently extended Its scclnl business, It will now carry almost anything from 11 pounds down. This places tho government nnd tho express companies In direct competition with each other. If tho government Is successful then the arrival of complete socialism la not far away, but If tho express companies are ilctorlous, then tho socialist march Is arrested for awhile. The farmers nro waking up nt lust. They nre soclnli.lng tho telephone without the aid of Uncle Sain. This means that they nre to get pool service almost at actual cost. Such Is the work fo socialism. Capitalism piopcu"s to do for the people, what It has done for the last 30 years. It proposes to let cery mnu get Just ns rich as he can In order that he may have n chance to crawl through the needle'B eye. It pro, oses greater armies, nnd navies, and a more scientific way of killing cur brotheer working man of somo ether couutiy, but the Great Man said "Thou shall not kill." Through Its political organizations It proposes to bust tho big Trust bv going back to competition. Hut this Is not good for the working clnss. Wo have had some experience on this lino hero of late. The G. R. T. G. A has been In direct competition with the A. S. of K., nnd we nil know the dlsnstcrous result. It is Just ns po?slble fcr the child to stop out of the school room, and crawl back Into the cradle a3 It Is for us to return our steps of progress. Capitalism proposes to pension men to fight but not to work. The capitalist creed Is "every ono for himself nnd tho devil for us all." Such Is the purpose of capitalism. proposes to give the Socialism working man his full social product by socializing all of the public utilities. Which menus that they would be run by dlffcicnt departments of tho gov eminent Just In the Bame way that the Postal Department Is run. i Socialism would pension a man In his old nge for having been a working man, but not a fighting man. It would limit each Individual's right. Put tho bridlo of recall on him when he goes Into public office, and the result would be left In the hands of the people. The socialist would do away with all armies, navies, cannons, gattllng j,uns, nnd all other means of legal murder, and peace and substitute International good will toward all men. The socialist Is misrepresented more than any other man on earth, he Is accused of wanting to divide up when the reverse is true. Wo arc dividing with tho liuii.nn drones today. The result is that we working people live hard and sailngly co that the Idlers may live In extravagant luxury. We are uccuscd of wanting to tako away your farm when we only want to make it possible for all men to own small farms. It Is truo that we would have millions of acres of fertile land on tho Western planes cultivated by the agricultural department, so as to give employment to all cf those who might bo out of work. This would break landlordism everywhere. Tho socialist battlo cry Is working men of tho world unite, yon have nothing to loosen but your chains, you havo a world to gain. 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Chronic Grumblers and Avowed Discontented Personc Are Never tho Dest of Companions In Life. t r Ono day as Mr. Buford was going Tho chronic grumbler Is not a good Recently W, A. Morgan, tho father out for a round at St. Andrews ho of W. Y. Morgan of Hutchinson, lost companion nor In any way an admlr-abl- o person. Wo fly waved genially as ho passed "While I' being u mystery makes a woman enddlo of his acquaintance, whoto a tho sight of ono of his eyes. Captain a contagious disease. from her as from I wno at tho hospital," N'othlfig so cersays fa&c'imtlng to the man bIio myall-flethe wavo with that nonchal-nnc- Morgan, "I did a lot of thinking about tainly nffecta ono's spirits as being in then It la not hard to see why of tho gntnln which Is said to bo how I could get along nupposlng I tho constant company of a person - ian-1-i.imiiKH, wito lind novor before nnvfc in ttln nnnn fit n pnltltrntml irnn went entirely blind. I wouldn't ho .who 1ms a grlovanco. tllO girl ho CfirCfl In lltnrrir 1....1 llntiinn Tin. ..mIa met I.Iam.1 nl.nn..,1 Tho cherishing of discontent with nblo to read, just have to sit in darkrnncn very much In lovo with tho now "I sco you know Mr. Balfour?" our clrcumstnncos, business, "Ou ness nil tho or stenographer. Tor this now menogra. i ay," said tho caddlo, "us consalrva-pner- , Then I figuredtlmo II was not asleep. any other thing In llfo soon dress, us robs that would bo nearly Jisa lioll, was from first to last lives a' kens nno anlthor." helpless. I would havo to get some- of beauty and marks tho countennnco nn unsolved mjotcry. She i.as baming Onco upon n time In a northern body to lead mo nround wherever 1 with the lines of worry and 111 temper rroni the first day sho stopped golfing city tho law was administered went. Hut supposing thnt I couldn't that tell their own unhappy Btory. into Varnum s omco to th;s memorn-- ' by a sheriff of great kindness of get anybody, Why anybody who Is young should InTWfliHM iT M71M1TM1 il'I'PH what would I do then? bin day when her actions seemed to heart. Ho had a favorite caddie, a I remembered that I had seen dulge In grumbling as a pastimo Is ono shatter every foregono conclusion that sad ponchor In his spare hours. This .men who wero led around by dogsblind of tho puzzles that never Is solved, yet and Clarence Hanks had on tho subject of ' worthy wns known on tho links by his 1 commenced to speculate on how long such peoplo there are, and wo meet women. namo alone. Ono flno day It would take mo to train up a pup them to our sorrow almost every day. christian But besides being n mystery, Miss In court tho sheriff sentenced a If they happen to bo passengers on Hell was fascinating enough to charm poacher who failed to appear at tho iu imvu aunso cnougn 10 lead mo a railway they bags And a more strongly fortified heart than bar, JIG or three months. A warrant around. spy n then supposo that It and bundlestrain extrapile theirwhich on an seat for should cat on tho other sldo of that of Clarence Hanks. She was ono was nt onco mado out for tho offend-o- f tho avenuo and tako a sudden notion thoy havo not paid, aro conveniently thoso tantalizing quiet young'wom- - er's nrrcst, tho court roso and tho to catch It. That would mean that It blind to tho weariness of other passenen thnt countless years ago occasioned sheriff went to golf, !Mtt would lead mo out Into tho street gers who aro standing, and assume tho tho sago romnrk that "still waters run All that aftemon tho caddie carried where I probably would bo run over aspect of martyrs when tho conductor deep." She was, In her work In tho for him. As they drew near tho last by an County automobile or a street car. And courteously but peremptorily Informs office, very friendly, to a certain point, hole a policeman appeared and seized zixroii them that they must make room. Just when I iUAtmopt). but beyond Hint point there seemed to the caddie. "My hatl'crlcd tho sher-b- o somehow" tho had becomo desperate They object to having tho windows situation seomed to get .'.H.IUAT.ilUJTTl a barrier. There was one nxrmv. ' Iff. "are you the noor chan I ami. ridiculous and I laughed. open, although the air may bo loaded uon ami mis contradiction added to fenced this morning?" It was oven feeling pretty well again Now; I am with Impurities from tho congestion and I havo the mystery and made a certain Mon- so. Sorrowfully the prosoner depart- ono good lamp left. Of course It Is of tho crowd ; they scold and fret nt tho day after Miss Hell had been In thn ed. The sheriff was heard to murmur: unhappy when some ono comes up on throng or tho conductor and rail at office about two months ono of tho "If I had only known " Then re- i me mind side, but It beats no eyes at Providence In general because every1 most, memorable In Clarcnco Danka' membering his high legal offlco ho all too bad to talk about. So I havo thing In llfo is not arranged with a career. left tho remark unfinished. a good deal to be thankful for. Any- view to their comfort. Old "I say, Mies Hell," ho said. "How Dumper Brown and the 1'resslon of the love and esteem kcltl. Of the caddlo's contempt for lesser way, I am not certain that about staying down to dinner with callings than tho golfer's there aro seen as much In my tlmo I havo not for her by her many relatives rxit as one man RESPONSIBLE Tobacco Trust. mo tonight. You give a fellow so lit- - many examples, FOR THE SLUM a professor was cught to see." Kansas City Journal. V friends. 110 cunnco in tiie office, and I am mauing a very poor show on the green. Said old Dumper Brown when hO Cl.n Intntwlnrl in fnbn Jtnr. A. r.- (jaaturnlly n friendly sort." The caddlo eyed him loftily and then HAD started to town Society Can Not Ignore Its Share of day with her son and wife, Mr. awSL METHOD IN HIS GIVING Miss bell only shook her head and sighed: Ay, ny, professor, yo may Blame When the Facts Are With his crop of tobacco to sell .Mrs. Avery Stewart, but her fricsuZs. I said, "No, thank you." be verra fine at tho mathematics, but Brought to Light of Day. With five cents per pound for tile had it arranged differently. Jaiiuarjr Krontuttlly, however, she did with ""' takes a man o' genuine abcelity Spirit of Generosity Was Not All crop all around l nat Actuated Doings of Old 30, tho day previous Mrs. Laura. rciucianct consent to go to luncheon lao uo a gowior. winusor Magazine. Children work out their destiny I believe L can do pretty well. Man MacCrankle. with hlra and Hanks could not help her sister camo to visit, tex along tho lines of environment If noticing the apparent or was It DEFINITE VALUE OF CLOTHES two infants, one born in a slum hovel And ho said to his wife, now tho iaml romalncd oyer night. So the Old'MacCranklo Is a most vindic- and the other in a palace, were exfeigned? enjoyment she derived from n'ornlng, there being several sfefs joy of his life; their chat, nor could he hide from her Writer's Remarks Will Call Forth tive, as well as a miserly, old gentle- changed on tho day of birth, each Before he had kissed her good bye. folks in town, lira. Edmonds sugman, and not even the season of would bis admiration for her. work out his destiny In accorCriticism Both For and Against gested that they visit the sick. attdL peace and goodwill had any softening Then fot a few weeks they drifted dance with his surroundings. The Will buy you and Bess a new calico they Ideas That He Advocates. started on their mission, effect upon the grudge ho harbored child of tho hovel would grow up to dress Into a delightful friendship. She was against his disinherited but prosper the palace. The child ot the palaco both in high spirits. The eaer aware of Us admiration for her but And a Jacket If the price alnt too According to Professor Patton of becauso of the presence ofjiersfsiejc-vlsltln- g In bcr consciousness of it she kept the University of Pennsylvania, a girl ous nephew, Jack, who had built a would remain on tho level of the slum high. him at bay. Still Hanks could not vhn annnrlR tlO nn n lint n1thniif.li oI.a street of houses for working people hovel. her home on this her liirtli-d- ay in the neighborhood. help the gleam of easy friendliness rarnn hut is n wm.tr i While a noted physician was making Then old Dumncr Brown drovn off and that they wero both, vdx On Christmas eve the residents of that came over Varnum'a face wheu , cd than Is a girl who wears a dowdy to town these statements before a body of and had a disposition to visit Cie- each house In the new street were learned colleagues, a jury In Chicago she was with him. with a heart overflowing with joy, slck and help those In need. The etfc hat and saves her money for her old simply dumbfounded to receive a visit One day Miss Hell's last day In the age. The girl who wears the found three boys, aged consecutively 10 from old MacCrankle, who was accom. seventeen, eighteen and nineteen He would payup his tax and buy him er because of the surprise that vaxs office something happened to hat will receive more attention than panled by an ax, being prepared for her amiable' sEctar a man with a hand-trucstrengthen Hanks' suspicions. years, guilty of murder and convicted Mrs. she of the dowdy hat, will make more. And a hatchet for his dear little and the part sho was playing ia.cai-tlcl- ng fifteen-pounbags of them to long terms In prison. The Varnum, a Impression on the opposite sex, and loaded with , boy. ng The nuts were particularly slayers were all slum products. Their her away from homo ami .woman whom Hanks had heard his run a better change of securing a nuts. large and Brazils and youth saved them from hanging. that they were on a mlsrfosn enlor partner speak of with the great- - life partner who wfil'be able to sup- -' And his oldest son should have a "Society cannotafford to wax sentiof mercy, when really It was oalftbi est admiration, called at tho office on ply her with numerous $10 hats. Tho walnuts. nice gun, "What, uncle! You giving Christ- mental over a murderer because of his her unexpected arrival In the city aft- - question of morality does not figure In" get rid of her presence at homex See. And he'd buy all the children some er several months' absence from home, this controversy between the profes-Sh- e mas gifts! And to my tenants, too! youth. Its duty, in order that the surprise would. Be com shoes, went unannounced Into her hus- - sor and the women readers of the gasped Nephew Jack, who passed Is to Inflict punishment. A part of plete. through the street during the distri- this band's office. Hanks saw her through newspapers. From the millinery view-- , duty, however, And since dear litf.le Pol had ask "When certain she was gone, jib nun upon uoor anu men in irantic i point, sne .or me flu hat is respect- - bution of the nuts. "Nuts! And all is to prevent the growth of murderers. for a doll; guests began to arrive. Thej: eaaua? , basto Miss Bell rushed upon him ed because she desires to wear good Brazils and walnuts! What big ones, In bo far as society allows slums to It was not In Ins heart to refuse. In buggies, wagons, horseback through the door that connected his 1 clothes and good millinery, and should too! What an odd present, uncle!" exist and other degrading Influences "A fancy of mine, nevvy," said old to be fostered, It is not without Now when old Dumper Brown got to some walking, and all with.. office with that of his senior partner. be encouraged to save as much as "An old responsibility for the criminal. thing good to eat.. It reminded. She regained her composure quickly she can out of her $S per In order Crankle, with a chuckle. Boonvllle Town. but pn eomejibsurd excu8,re.niained4 to securetb.e.m. sayB Mllllneix Trade! man's fancy." gatfcerfcat-Amon- g of an old time plc-niImagine the state of his mind; "Tee, hee!" he chuckled, when he In his room till Mrs. Varnum had Review. She of the dowdy hat will those present cwro the fcOw When he found out he must be ruled Wanted Woman. "Not one of f gone. The next night, the eve of a grow stingy as she grows older, and reached home again. ing: by a trust For a good many years now all nunuay, vainum ana miss lieu naa the rainy day toward which she Is,' those forty tenants of Jack's has a Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stewart, sock For the buyers had all combined. They'll civilized nations have had the census, them. between work to do after dinner and In a mood saving will fljd her a lone occupant and daughter; .Mr. and Mrs. doors! Ho, in order to determine scientifically the of anger and disappointment Hanks f a hall bedroom, without those as-- , ruin all his brand-neapproximate conditions of population When he asked Mr. Trust what ho Stewart and daughter, Lena, sissrz. soclatlons that make a girl's life ho, ho!" quietly returned also. gave for the best, at home and throughout the world. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Flcner, 31n. aa&l "Say, you Just got out In time, Betty. worth the living. Spend less money! His answer was one and three. Some of the statistics relating to the Apples With Concrete Cores. Mrs. J. W. Flener, son and daugji She almost caught you," Hanks heard on matinees, theaters, confections and Charles Bauermelster, who has a porportlons of the sexes in different Then the old man said with a shako tor; .Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Flener Varnum saying In the next room with knicknacks, and more on millinery, 3ln says he parts are Interesting. farm In Fairfield, near here, or the head; a jovial lau;h and then the young man and the Invitations to theaters, con- Is done with and Mrs. J. W. Coleman, Mrs. tree surgery. The total population of the world 1b fectionery and parties will come freeSuch a price won't do for me. moved towurds the door to listen. Edmonds, Mrs. Annie Cooper anil. ' Last fall one of his apple trees showed estimated to be 1,700,000,060, and the ly from the opposite sex. "1 think Mr. Hanks was 'surprised signs of decay and, following direc- proportion 1b said to be 1,000 men and Then the old man Brown drove all daughter, Mrs. Leona Butler, ItrsL when I canto Into his room," said HetChorda Thomas and three chOdrco. tions in a farm Journal, lie plugged the 990 women. Avenging the Birds. over town ty. "Do you think he Ib.bubpIcIous? The proportion varies considerably Bird lovers everywhere will relolce affected parts with concrete. The tree To see where tho prices were best. .Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Edmonds amD. Of course we will have to let him to note the good and wholesome no thrived this spring, and today Bauer- according to the region. In Europe But the farther ho went the more daughter, Mrs. Clarence James aiitf. ' know sonit. tlmo." melster picked Beveral of the apples. there are, for each 1,000 men, 1,027 wotwo children, Mr. Earl Davenp,srt. Var-- i !,vlty.of !he nuthorltls of New York There was a silence and then he'd repent, now law loroidding He bit Into one, and cracked off his men; In Africa, 1,045; in America, Misses Nina Trout, Laura and KicCiK. num said: "I havo arranged with tho " For they all wero- - a little bit less. on a hard 9C4; In Asia, 961; in Australia, 937. tooth of song birds best Pirtle. agent to pet tho car day after tomor-- 1 th U8f f tho, The maximum feminine population substance. row and you aro to pick it out. Do ?nd ?ther ot our u?efuI feathered After tho crowd was all fnr tb& Examination revealed thatvthe apple is In Uganda, whero there are 1,467 When at last his crop was sold and A "cent laid culminated in you think you can learn to run It?" . tho old man was told; table set, and everything In readi--j had contained a hard piece of con- women to each 1,000 men, and the "Of course 1 can." said Miss Ben 'arBO seizures of plumage Illegally of- - crete, which Bauermelster believes minimum In the gold countries of He had helped to make another ncss, Mrs. Edmonds and Mrs. Suaus1 irounui mo Cliy. me iovfullv. "How wonderful nf von!'' ' ,vu ,or B"' millionaire, art had by this time made their cailK selzuro Includes 900 humming birds, was absorbed from the trunk. Bauer- Alaska and In Malaysia, where there "Hut It is only In honost payment. melster sayB all the other apples ap- are found only 391 and 589 women, If you had happened then In town and wero on their way to Mr. Avery's; You have earned evory cent it cost. many gulls, boron and swifts. The pear to be similarly affected, and ho respectively to each 1,000 men. Haryou might have seen Dumper for dinner, but as thoy passed, !ie You have been here six months and law, which bird lovers succeeded In Intends to feed them to his chickens pers' Weekly. having passed at Albany 18 months Brown, bank her husband told her that 0 you are worth two of the usual sort. ago, (hie of $25 for each In tho hope that the concrete they With hla fist jestlciilutlng In the brother, .Air. B. F. Flener wasi at I don't know how I will do without piwo provides a eggs for of plumagffcred for sale. It contain will create hardshell you, little girl, but you .have air. Encouraging Generosity. and probably sho had bett ,p had tho export trade. Caldwell (N. J.) enough and now you and your mother Is to bo hoped that no marcy will bo Dispatch. Ono of the cleverest of Cleveland's In and prepare dinner for UIm u must cn.'oy the car together. Como shown those violators of a law thoy blind newspaper merchants takes his When he'd settled up his tax and they went in, But lo! Xo understand perfectly well, and of bought himself an ax, had Betty give mo a kiss and skip home. stand daily at ono ot the corners of Medical Fees In Bygone Days. be prepared. It wa3 redr aval!, whoso passage they bad all been noIn a hurry then he started out for waiting, cakes, pies, t would never do for ub to go to- At the beginning of tho eighteenth 'tho public square. He's got a sarmeats of alt detified. The slaughter of birds to mako jicther." castic little sign that reads: home, Is mean enough century the usual fees to physicians to give me a But twus very plain to see ho had scription. The table was spread wlti. HankB could stand no more of this. women's adornment "Don't be ashamed 'He wns In Itself, and when Is added the harm and surgeons In England were "to a nice linen and decorated with-- taste.- penny I'm blind." ashamed of himself for having lost his stock of glee that is done by such killing to the graduate In physlck, this due is about And such a host ot friends and, relx?- The other day a friend of oura listened, but having heard what he had crops And tho most of his ambition then and frulto of all kinds by lessen- 10 shillings, though he commonly ex- dropped a nickel In front ot this chap, tlvcs. She was completely ovcrcamu? be could hold back no longer. With ing the number of Insect caters, the pects or demands 20. Those that aro just to see If ho was faking. The was gono. a bound he rushed through the door thing is absolutely with Joy and It was sonietlmis && only licensed physicians, their due Is indefensible. BosAlto' Varnum's room. no more than 6 shillings and 8 pence, blind never shifted his blank gaze, When he drove up to the gato where fore sho could control her emrit&KS! ton Post. have been listening to you for the though they commonly demand 10 but he said: enough to express In words her heart-his wife stood In wait, "Make it a quarter, boss, and I'm last ten minutes," he said, fairly glowshillings. Whero the children all were scam- felt thanks for such an expreEKfosu Relics of Captain Cook. ering at Betty, who had stood at Mr. "A surgeon's fee Is 12 pence- - a mile, likely to forget myself." Cleveland pering around; of lovo ou the part of hep visitant.:. Relics of Captain Cook, the great Varnum's bide In confusion. be his Journey near or far, 10 groats Plain Dealer. English navigator, have been discovThough they all seemed so glad yet Thero was enjoyment for alii Tkry "You are on then," Bald Varnum Petersburg. relics to set a bone broke or out of Joint, did not confine themselves to. any the duniper's look was sad with u jovial laugh as he put his arm ered at St. to the governorThe Kama-chatk- and for letting blood 1 shilling; the were given ot One Can Write In the Dark. And the big tears were falling on one room or set of rooms, butttttya around Betty's waist. cutting or amputation of any limb 'is Honolulu, by Captain permitting a A and girls, men and women-- 'filleuJ t&e? the ground. "Isn't It wonderful?" said Betty with party after the death of Cook. Cook's 5 pounds, but there la no settled fee one novelty isIn penholder since These to write the dark, it is "Why the most Innocent of smtles. for the cure." The system of regulat- provided with an electric light. The For to tell them he must, they were yard and ran up and down the streets:-wit- h relics were sent by the governor to Mr. HankB" their laughter and fun, platac; St. Petersburg, where .they remained, ing the fee according to the pocket ot slaves to a trust, There was a childlike look of dis- until two or three years ago, when, the patient la almost aa old as his- tube through which the point of the pranks upon any who chanced; tei pencil goes Is fitted with a small acAnd tobacco had to go for one and appointment In ber face as she saw the pass that way. boxes containing them wene open-ed- , tory. cumulator and an electrio lamp. The three, that Mr. Banks failed to join In the no one knew where they came' but latter throws a disk of light over the And when he'd paid off his tax and .About four o'clock the crowd BtK she general joy of the situation. Then New Court Procedure. from. Luckily a professor In St. Pegnn to disperse, and by five. Uiav point wbere the writing Is being done. went up to him to explain. "Don't you ters university, who had been at Hon- -' Skowbegan, Me., recently went Dem- This luminous pencil has been Inhad bought him an ax good-bye- s had all been said. see I have been, earning the car for olulu, recognized them. The relics ocratic after 'thirty years of RepubliThere was nothing left to supply vented for the use of doctors, reHer friends and relatives Bother, and all the time she was are very choice, although there 1b nothwere can rule, and as his first case the new porters, detectives, etc., whoso work the family. away she thought I was just staying ing new amongst gone, their presuece was no nmreu them except a blcck Justice of the peace was trying a necessitates the taking ot notes in the want home doing nothing. She didn't feather helmet, which la a raro curi- young man charged with fast driving. streo's and In darkness. Harper's Then old Dumper Brown went and and probably never again, will ttiuy me to work, but Dad couldn't afford' osity. sat himself down, The prosecution had rested, and the Weekly. meet this side of the great attorney for the defense arose. "Your the car unions bo cut down expenses Took tho paper and read every line, After so much noise from talUasr, somehow, and she was so crazy to honor, I move that the respondent be And he said to his wife you can bet singing and laughing during the tey Relief Came In Time. have one. Now she sees that It hasn't Was Misquoted. Adolph Smith, Um famous English discharged." "All those in favor of your sweet llfo that night seemed dreadfully. atill hurt me she won't care. You didn't sanitation expert, uow visiting thla the motion wlll'say 'Aye,' " announced The king ot the hobos slouched Into 1 believe In the farmers' combine. and loncsomo In that home to oou really think I was Mlas Bell, did you?" country, has been a newspaper corre- the new justice. A chorus of "ayes" the office of Tho Dally Bread to make 1 Sincerely Submit, from without, but within there wer. "Oh, Betty," said Hanks suddenly spondent In many parts of the world, responded through the court room. a complaint. Old Dumper Broun. happiness. Sister Alary and Hrothttc realizing tho truth and calling hor by and was long associated with the Lon- "Respondent Is discharged," said the "You th' editor?" he ncked. Jolinu), ai they sat by tho fln-ii'her first name for tho first t'nie. "Bet-- don Lancet. Ho was In Purls during Justice. "Yes." Celebrates Birthday. dls;i hi - '.o Incidents or the- dS7 "In yoro paper this mornlu' jv r 'd. ty, forgive Imo I thought In never the commune, and when penniless and what thought." French Birth Rate Decreases. birthday will bo could only by tho utmost efforts- - n Her fifty-sixt- h I made a talk to fh' boys las. r ..a facing starvation camo Into tho posTJhls was Betty's last day In tho ofIt has been lately estimated that on 'How to Bo at Work All tU' Time' " oiio long remembered and cherished press tho tears which wero session ot a comparatively recent Engwwit.to. flco but a fow days later wheu Clar- lish journal whoee news contents ho the number of recruits available for "WolIT" by Mrs. J. J. Stewart, of Cromwell flow becauEO of the Joy pent uui lx.4. ence Hanks Joined the Varnum family translated and sold to a Trench pub- the French army has been reduced "You got It wrong. Th' eubjeck of because of such a complete surprise their hearts. Not becauso o1 tUw for tho presentation of the new lisher, receiving enoush money to buy from 238,000 In 1906 to 215,000 in 1911, my little talk was 'How to Boat Work to Mrs. Varnum, Hetty gave horso meat for his sustenance during owing to tho diminution ot the birth All th' Tlmo.' I want It c'rected, In tho way of a birthday dinner, dinner in itself, but the esteem awT ami tho many congratulations and lovo which prompted Its preparation-- .' uer heart to Clarence Banks. rate in France. mister. That's alL" (ho remainder of the siege. good wishes sho received as au ex- - and serving, a o 1 S0 M ! I I m mmmmm I I I -- Etf-mo- nds, ait two-sisters- , L,,. ,,,. k felnd-hearte- gray-haire- d aare-tendl- hard-shelle- tt. y c. nut-crack- Avy Jja I """b Puge d tlis-hou- so a, byan. - auto-Knobll- o II ' I' I1 I.. THfl.ll JH RB3V r . -- '''i1l........i..L--- '- - - - t Martrord Republican.'-01- ference ,ast as 1 Progmsiw principles, as h.r as w coula lelini( aml thore ,Wll lc n3 wot, ot t M . HwtJoM. Kr.. - tail! :, M ., ... M sorrow of he larfforl niuch to the . u . oadmctt .1. nfy FOSTErf Herald. It doesn't make an dificr- w Ti uniiMta i enc with the Herald editor as to EDITORS u.sn or principle, jut so tl.c RAMEY E. DUKE. J. NEY FOSTER .vaster Is there. AND PROPRIETORS. ntffj .r.-- ."t ro i at ?w ro.t.r? -- ... .. to men. tar u as ,1,v a 'a,'f All were tl I Spring ICoats and Coat Suits up-to-da- PUBLISHERS w The Hartford Herald ;uotcl and to ttt&vrni the charj:c of th Irlilh t0. te Spring Coats are very popular with g j. r. Mr. Gnllaher. that the last years crop was of an Inferior dressers this season. The styles and fabrics were klrdly NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 'ntjalltv and whn this i :a S3Ur1br An'rttc si suggested that this was not a good and the prices never more never so tiitrf test rtrr k olj aiWrr la atlaff Sb war to assist th Ohio county Equity In the sale It flies Into a rago reasonable. We sell nothing; but the best in coats. Ca.eJiHtt sr.n,npt will : W wttr&rf .(and rrsorls to abuse of a low and ial !raw br tn rmitf AsoTB!on cottmaakuoi jMaceailemaaly order. We have no The famous PALMER make . ttftICB. I.wwJ..l tt.,1 .ivVtM-tlnjta growers to raise a bett-- grade lof tobacco, but In their behalf we -r .. uracil aido object to its support cf Mr. Gal- laher. or any one else, in a con FRIDAY, FEBRUARY . tention that the present cro is bad when a sale means so much to all lof us. Whether or not we show our- -' Announcements. this selves "unprincipled" to say 'we are willing for the farr--T to deFOR CCTXTY JUDGE. cide and not the Herald editor. Possess superior style and workmanship We are authorized to announce L. ' Ky.. B. T1CHEN0R of Hartford. BUSINESS IS BUSINESS. i . appeals to every good dresser. The smart ' route 5. as a candidate for the Demo The custom of charging a newsrap-Count- v cratic nomination for the office of spring styles shown here will interest you from Judce of Ohio county, sub- - er with the authorship of every '' the' cctioa of the General . lemac la Its columns, advertising to every stand point. Style, materials and workmannews as well as editorial, is Primary, Saturday, August 2, lM3. ' .. gradually passing away, bat there ' ship have all been considered from a stand point are yet many who think that the FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. announce LOK mere insertion of either side of any Ml i We are authorized to of economy. SMITH, of Hartford. Route 6. as a Question puts the pa;r in which candidate for the Democratic nomi- - the statement occurs, on record as nation for the office of County Court favoring that side. This applies to Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the vr? controversy: civic, commercial. action of the General Primary, Sat- - religious anu iwmrai. oiu au , tltude is very unfair to a newspaper Don't fail to see our entire line, and we call your Aucust 2, 1913. and Indicates serious lack of obser- special attention to our showings $17. vation as well as narrow taindedness FOR JAILER. ' m k oa th rart of tne individual taking We are authorized to announce C a stand. Ky., as a P. TURNER of Hartford. A newspaper, especially a country candidate for the Democratic noa- -' or Jailer of newspaper, has about as much trou- IzSiion for the office meeting its constant obligations vjvm county, subject to the action, nnder the sun. iS aaC ?ther of the" Genefsi' JTUnarj. Saturday, tdvertisltig columns arc r- August 2, 1913. . .. . '05l jts soie stO0 in trade, Tatt ' iy no aore wfu authorized to announce fore ll ""We are legiUmate advertiser than can JOHN A. DANIEL, of HartforJ. Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic a merchant refuse to sll a customer customnomination for the office of Jailer a bill of goods because that chances to differ from the mer-- of subject to the action ed Ohio countv, the General Primary. Saturday ( caart In nationality, religion or jlitlcal beliefs. Did anyone ever see 2, 1913. I "get the Goiernnient out of the ixink-'In- g what's the use of hanging him after a merchant draw such a distinction. WILSON TO FACE business," or in other words. FATE OF SCHRUM he's dead? po-!or does any religious creed or I to turn over alt matter of finance The lawyers and judecs down here The Mexican tax payer is entitled , mic precn,t .jCTaad it? The fact ban8- In Missouri are all torn up out the " becomes of his 111 4 D D 1 I1UTDO 't0 to wonder what customer carries auay the ONE PUZZLE case while the uncouth mountainit" WAK UIi "'" Do::e3r mean , merchants bundle does not I Schrum looks on helplessly and 'JKL Chicago students undertook to give tbat they agreed in every particular, be supreme oer the United States 'mountaineer! amazement. aad no more does the sle of space pure food dinner with ptomaine Treasury and would make the bankIn the a newspaper mean that editor Will Be In Same Predicament J by Condemned Mountaineer ' tangle.order to straighten out obpoioning as a result. ing system Independent. If not to straighten the and advertiser are a unit in their be- Congress refused, but during the Both sides in the Balkan war ae-.j-jg Faces Two Sentences. I ject of their distinguished consldera- - n As Cleveland. rest of his term, Cleveland nas at tlon, the lawyers have decided to takt.-acuse the great lowers of treachery. we re apprised, no news- o far the mercy of the syndicate, who apiwal to the Circuit Court atjw Beth sides are probably right. paper guarantees that So and So's I could and would raid the gold re-then to the Supreme Court. .against InlP'Hs advertised in its columns are a Democrats Were Then Forced TO Turkey's bid for all the trouble if any tariff bills or trust leg Most Remarkable Criminal Tangle the death verdict. the market will go unfilled. Mexico' sure cure for constipation; nor does islation "disturbed conditions." The crime committed by Schrum Before United States has just received a large consign- - any newspaper guarantee that So and Borrow To Bny Back So was the pit digged twenty years Is quite important to the tangle. It 5os Policies advocated in its adver- ago. was a murder of the usual Southern Cocrt. Using columns are a panacea for all Precious Metal. Is history" repeating itself now by hill feudist typo, hut Schrum got two Colonel Roosevelt has endorsed apoltJcaj Us A veil conducted news-fuslc- n using the currency or cash balance after his gun opened. Ills home Is ticket in New York against pap puts an advertisers and of the Treasury as a club just as In Iron Mountain, Mo., near here, Will the Hartford Herald ' tributors on the same .basis, credit-pleas- e Farmington, Mo.. Feb. 22. James 22. The publi- the gold reserve was held? Washington, Feb. cop and he .had had difficulties with jng 35 trjjh their own statements eagle-ejp- d giant city that has been turned oa treasury Treasury order No. 5 provides that Schrum, a rough, James Gibson and Edward Hall, Negro militiamen from Maryland' aad making them alone responsible order No. 5 has caused a general all customs and Internal revenue of a mountaineer. Is under sentence: townsmen. " cti" arguments and promises, First, to sene 39 years In the penvrill participate reading of history of twenty years receipts be deposited in the Inaugural in national Schrum and his son Harvej met itentiary for murder. parade. eerv man of them belnc a I A newspaper believing in fairness ago. banVs Instead of through them into the two last June and when it was win frequently print articles with Second, to be hanged by the neck lifelong Democrat. In February, 3SS3. Harrison had th United States Treasury. Current over Hall aod Gibson were dead. 'wa:ca it inorougaiy disagrees, merejy been repudiated by just sucn a Jana- - e are jiald by draft through until he Is dead. Ten thousand Tamany men are to jn an e(f0n to give the public both to It Is, of course of prime Importance In court, IIarve. was sonti-nreas Taft has suffered. Cleveland the banks upon the Treasury. Thus, .march in 'he Wilson Inaugural pa- -, si(jes from which to choose. This is slide to James Schrum as to which sen- the penitentiary for 20 and 20 yearn platform that j while millions of dollars a day go In two rases. rade disguised under silk hats and especially true when the articles had been elected oa a Pledged a most radical reduction of nto lne Uanks the millions that go tence shall flrbt be carried into Democratic banners. The father was tried first for the come as advertising, paid In advance. the effect. tariff aad to curb the trusts. J par Government running expenses ' death of Hall. The jury thought Bu: she newspaper is no more respon-t- o There were no other pWces upon jcoae The State doesn't know which to China must f.nd it very difficult out of the Treasury, there were extenuating circumstances do first, but knows it can't do both. any civiliied gov- - sible toT lhls association than an In- ito- understand now j Where will the Treasury be If that for Schrum doesn't wnnt to sene U9 In this killing and fixed the sencrement rer came to recogniie dividual is liable before the lawcora- - Oae month before the Inauguration policy keeps up? years in prison, nor 6'j months, but tence at only U't years. lBe profanit of a man In whose Mexico as a republic. Secretary Charles Foster, of the ; But the money so deposited must In the Gibson case the Jury said pan he may chance to be. It is the Treasury, secretly borrowed JS.OC-0,- b kept in form to be repaid on de-- l he has to be ery wary what he does j death. Madero and Suarei were the only wH?n-i- -i . VinH nninmn In any effort he may make, as the ' -J Otia cold as a temporary expedleat cand. It must then be kept la cash known to ha bcn hit in a newspaper stands, just as it Is the case now stands, to escape the dire "MAGIC that Is mnglc" is what half hour fight to accomplish their individual's own utterances for which and bad quietly established the rule or loaned on the New York Stock elfects of human punishment as ex- THE KI.OYDS offer as the next Atgreenback , Exchange, whieh is the only place like that obligations release. Strange things happen in he !s Hable.-Cen- tral City Argus. emplified in Missouri. bonds, which were payable in coin. in the country where traction In the Hartford College Lyactual call Mexico. . .. . If he asks for a jmrdon on the 99- - ceum course. Every feature on their were to be paid in gold coin when loans can be made apalnt-which Wilson Resigns Tomorrow. The Hartford Herald Is sow seem presented to the United States Treas- New York drafts (which are cash) year sentence, the warden will feel program is thick, and broad and long free to take him out! n the gallows with entertainment: the kind that ingly as much opposed to a union N. Feb. it. Presi-o- l ury. Meantime "hoarding gold" had can be drawn, the Republicans and Progressives denwleet Wi!son J. become a national fad. just as Charle-- Foster made his yard and carefully string him up. is utterly devoid of the conventional to. ttW 00 ca,, But if he gets a parole he would and antique. Their twenty yearsf Then Cleveland came In and at I order and rulings ahich threw oin " WaS l 'he aEd rts:d m0il ot the Urae A,JfK ,r0Uaty year. once the raids on the gold reserve j the vaults to a Wall Street gold be a free man, though still legally exierlenco has placed them In the jaJlPr hls re.unj fron XiR. yojkj .he serving the penal sentence, so that front ranks of nt-in began. The JIOO.WO.OOO reserve was raid, so, say America's greatest observers, does the The Mexico heavy rain causing UUn to m'ss hi' no active and conscientious warden artists. They are J70.MW.O&0. The JS.OM.uW secretly , Mac Veagh order throw open the entertainers of the He expats to at afternoon vai ecs to have killed about all the(us,iaJ could shut him off from breathing very highest claw. All of borrowed by Foster from Wall Street money vaults. their wonffiale members of the Madero famllv. !spnd Sunday at borne justly-fame- d pure air of Mis- derful experiments In the By the ith of March Wall Street modern magic, The coming week 1U be Mr. Wil- was withdrawn and bales of greenHow the women escaped is beyond souri. and Illusions are strictson's last as Governor of New backs were presented for redemption. can be financed with Government 0"ir comprehension. Then again, the Governor might ly original. An evening A whole year was spent In strug- money. of startling Jersey. ald pardon him regardless of Schrum's surprises, refined Watch "The Hartford-Herand mirth and pleasing The gamblers, trust companies and He will send his resignation to the gling with the endless chain that by own wishes and thus send hlui to music is assured ee if It isn't dissatisfied with the Secretary all who attend this of State, to take effect the end of 1&3 bad reduced the gold Insurance mosey can be out of the the noose. platform adopted by Ohio County Saturday. unique performance. reserve to about JW.OW.tt'O. j street and safe from panic and WIN In the meantime, what of the stern Republicans and Progressives in their Then Cleveland was compelled to son will be the one to decide wbeth-Issu- e coming county convention. Not the Kind of a Girl. bonds to buy gold. A fW.OOO.- - er by calling In the Government and upright State of Missouri? The Young Couple Wed Here. 00 Issue was made, Wail Street I money he will cause a financial strln-boug- State authorities are divided. Some Farmer Upstate (writing to college The order of the Gideons will Miss Arlene Cook, of Kuttawa, the bonds and took gold out gency and a ionic or admit, as did think that the first sentence shoud president) "That boy Josh, of ourn, place 5.0X Bibles In the hotels of and Mr. Trimble Pendleton, of the United States Treasury to pay Cleveland, that the street Is greater be fully carried out before the sec- writes me that he's In love with hi Washington for the use of Demo- - K.. them. In a year JIK.O'JO.OOO In gold than the Government and that a ond, or death sentence, is visited Alma Mater. Ma don't think sho crats during the inaugurt Ion. The aom'e ot Df. upon the eagle-e)e- d Schrum. Why sounds like the M E B. Peadle. had been bought with bonds and central bank can handle the ud kind of a girl we iuw is a gwu uae so tar as .it goes ?n in fMe iIm? f nl.ht v , w. had been withdrawn, ciai world better than the Nation not? The ordlct of 9& years was would like for a daughter-in-la. Mlbut K r b j wicked vufc .Vua Lrcu.LK:xais arcia i... week. evidently for a crime of not enough liiwc The ceremony was per-- 1 Then It was that the central bank can. UUl jou break It off, will you? Use more Bibles than that. magnitude to warrant death. Hut if, money. I formed by Elder W. B. Wright, of and a money trust were nroiested. And If Government monev Is under If necessary; but not moro lt:e Ccrislian Churvh. j Cleveland said he had an under- - the fabric of Wall Street speculation. as in the svooud, a man was guilty than five dollars. 1 have written i With the oids greatly against The bride conies from one of the I standing with a syndicate of bankers. 'how -- , ,. President, who is re-- of great enough an atrocit to call' young scamp that Ohio county farmers hate raised I'll cnt him off down the erdlct of death, he must without : most Komir.em nilHs of l. ui. . neaaea dv j. r. .Morgan, - renreseni- . a cent If ho does auy fancy &k tovacco. At least they have safekeeping of those be about bad enough for tl warden r aad tnd popular Inc Wall Street, and Aucust Belmont. sponsible for the elopin act." dfw ih test they could, aad it is eooaiy lad). is aor Sheriff to adjust tfct .ack can yowg F.- several weeks she representing the Rothschilds, where- - fund8' threaten tbem by anti-trurer.t.c. as good as that bought by hid be tJe and give the word. Kiv u anraln va will Jtn.J civunix-st bre of Miss j by these bankers would protect the or tariff prosecutions? Cvmfaaies, grows on adji&iii; On the other hand thiro are au- UI.-Katw Pendleton. Mr. Pendleton is I 0- -mm Hflpinw rxiyont. It allay if honds - v, lunM v farcj, pooled In tie Gra River a spleadM yecag thorities who say that If Schrum is pain, r,Hnavs tU fellow, and for jyable in gold only and If they were As. elation. turnus. j1 kept In the pcnllcutlary for &9 ye.tr KM'ii Uie svral years has Wn nnected ' riven an ot,ilon on future hand Is- ja,a 1 a hfCc- - iwa FOR FLETCHER'S it means he must end his life there. Hon. a uv W ewu W.tif fcr h Ue L. H. u St. L. R. ufco.. jsues. Clee!and asked Caagress to, Yes. so far as Ohio Caty R Aad they demand to be .i.:ornii Vy All i L ProgresiJves were ea- - as teHgraw, do this and a: the sante time to .Utias aid " all comniuaicAtioM Tkt Hartford Republican. Aiizttt miw! attractive jitr. nn .., c i3 Prices From $10 to $20 Each. , Our Coat Suits that , ut-je- ct '"J I H I I- w m m' H '3 it that ilil I m H i Suits $10 to $25. at sn in? 'i3'i ?"' E. P. Barnes (Si Brother BEAVER DAM, KY, fill dARAlKo ;" " jjnL1!!?? II , trre y. jnss , ca . ! t Pr-ao- s " Huena-governme- mind-readin- g ht . T.o. ...v. tha tit rrvo .- .. ,, .. Children st Cry i CASTORIA T1 i.r. a 4 'gcn",g ii t Msrc. sKTsaaEi53mgEsgBa3aaBea .Mr. T www Now Arriving f iErJ wo pvArV.' I." ai -- y- VtMBk driving. The bright uur new spring woods are now ar v r - sunshine is al ready creating a demand for them. Let us advise you to come early, get the pick and do your sewing be fore busier times New come on. Ginghams in all the newest pat ' Vi ""if .1 lO.oAWJVl 8 terns. New Per cals in 1913 styles. I MeCall Pattern 5137, K Crashes, Handker chief Linen, White Goods in plain and fancy weaves, Embroideries, Laces, etc. McCall Patterns carried in stock and competent salesladies to help in your selection. Remember this and bear in mind that it PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Ladles' Dresi Price, rs cents New Linens, Linen Hartford Republican. I have Hay for sale. c FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 33tf R. B. MARTIN, Hartford, Ky, Mr. A M. Gordon, of Prentiss, was a pleasant caller Monday. at tnis onice M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. LUN. Mo. 114 tine card effective Monday Auf . 2lC No. 112 North Bound due 7:10 a. m. dally except Sunday. North Bound due 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday. No. U South Bound due 8:45 a. m-dally except Suadoy. Mo. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p m. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE Agt 1 Mrs. Mary Cummings, of Roslno. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hoover and family. Mrs. Millie A. Bennett Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, route 3, Hartford. weekly, and The Courier-Journa- l, The Republican for $1.50. Send your 32tf order to this office. this issue appears Elsewhere in our special clubbing offer with Farm and Ranch and Holland's Magazine. Prof. I. S. Mason,"" traveling repfor tho New England resentative Life Insurance Co was in Hartford Monday. U. S. Carson pays cash for furs. ing Mr. Casslus-Spaldsieiit Sun- dny in Louisville Mr Lewis Ililey. who has been sick for seeral days, Is hotter. Mr. A. ItT l'lummer, of Contcrtown, paid tills offlco a call yobterday. Mr. J. W. Cox7, of Cromwell, was a pleasant caller at this office Tues- - & day. '"Esq. H. sT Chamberlain, of friends Owens-bor- o, visited Saturday. Martlne, the littlo daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mjrtle Faught is quite III of pneumonia. Old papers, nice and clean and tied In bundles, for salo at Tho Re tf publican office. The HarTford "College girls will also play basket ball at the double header tonight. First game called at 7:30. Everybody come out tonight and root for tho home team in the big basket ball galin against Hardins-burg. Executive ComThe Progressive mittee of Ohio County mot In Hartford last Saturday with a largo attendance. Tho Special Loulsvlllo Herald offer will not last very long, bo send in your order to this office as quickly 34,tf' as possible. Order )our magazines and periodicals from J. Ncy Foster, Hartford, Ky., nnd not only save money but patronlzo homo people. Catalogues iM free. spo-cl- al Ve are rortunate in getting a offer for Tho Dally Loulsvlllo Daily Herald and tho Hartford Republican ono ytar for only $2.7&. This nHr 1r ROe cents lower than any of 32t1, fer made before. in Hartford, Don't forget our special offer for the Loulsvlllo Dally Herald and The Republican one year each for only 32tf. $.75. A saving of $1.25. ( year Is only The Republican ono $1. and your subscription Is appre ciated. If you aro in arrears we would bq glad to havo that, too. The Loulsvlllo Weekly Herald and The Hartford Republican, one year each, for $1.33. Send all orders to 32tf Tho Renubllcan. Hartford. Ky. The Lu-lsvllSPECIAL CLUU OFFER Herald, dally, and The Hartford Republican, one year each for $2.75. Send orders to this office. 32tf Engraved or printed calling and business cards can be had upon short notice by giving your order to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. Prices and 32tf samples gladly furnished. The Floyds, magicians, illusionists and entertainers, will appear in Hartford Wednesday night, March C, as the next number of tho Lyceum course of Hartford College. Salo bills, stock bills or any kind of hand bills, of any description, printed on short notice at The Republican offlco, Hartford, Ky. Prices are right quality Is first class, tf. If you havo eggs or poultry for sale or want to buy, try an advertisement a few times in Tho Republican. Rates for advertising are low and gladly furnished upon applica32tt tion, Mrs. John W. Sandorfur, of route 7 Hartford, who Is a largo raiser of tho famous Popo, stock of Barred recently PI) mouth Rock chickens, set a lieu with seventeen oggs and when hatched fho found that every egg had hatched. A splendid record, who can beat it? le Mr. S,cliiy Williams, of Luzerne, ('. D. Pnjno lias been niiolnt- xsszmzxzffijsztimr oil postmaster nt Jones, this coun - jKy., rctnriitil (o h.s hoiiic idomla ty, vice A. M. after Sitiuliiit, a fe.v days hero wlt'i IiltiliiRlilU resigned. ' Mr. ninl Mrs. Ilcrnnril Felix are. tho his iinrents, parents of a fine boy which arrived Mr. V. L. Felix, of tho Hartford cstprdny. Dr. K. 11. Pendleton at- Herald, has bomi ajipolnfil b Uo. 1 tending physician. McCnnry, as to the f for Kdmatloii In the Sout'i, Mrs. Albert Oiler, of Ileacr Dar.i, who has been visiting relatives at n't Ulrhnioml, Va., April 10, 17 and Siinnydalo since last Saturday return 18, to represent Ohio county. Every county In tho Stnto will liao a reped homo yesterday. resentative. Mr. L. T. Parka anil son, Mr. The Ilnrtford baskot ball team will Conlcy PnrKs, route o, Hcncr Dam, wero )lensant callers at The Repub play against the ilnrdlnsbiirg team nt Athletic Hall hero tonight. The lican office Friday. local girls' teams, tho Spiders and Salesman Wanted to look after our Crickets, will also play tonight, thelInterest In Ohio and adjacent coun game being played first. Game will ties. Salary or Commission. Address be called at 7:30. Admission for the The Ilarvel Oil Co., Cleveland, O. big double-heade- r Is only 25c. Eggs For Salo Ii. P. Hocks, Pope The Floyds, tho magicians, nt the Stock, per setting. 15 eggs for $1.00. opera house Wednesday nlgght, Mar. Duck Eggs, i: for 75c. Indian Kunner 5, present a program filled wlht new MIIS. JOHN' V. SANDERFUR, and startling features, pleasing music It. 7, Hartford, Ky. nnd" ' marvelous mind readln.g They Mr. and Mrs. .las. T. Davis nnd conic under auspices of the lyceum little son, Elmore Diamond, of near course of Hnrtford College and they Sunnydale, visited Messrs. A. M. Har- offer a splendid entertainment. nett, and T. P. Carson and families, THE FLOYDS, magicians, who are nil from Saturday until Monday. to be the next entertalnera in the Airs. S. T. Harnett left estcrday Hartford College L)ceum course, for Mercer, Ky., to visit her son and havo arranged n program for this We will a to go daughter, Mr. and Mm. Orian Wal- season consisting of tricks and Illulace, and sec her now sions that surpass anything heretoof who has been christened Marga-rctt- o fore achleed In the field of modern magic. The Helen. does fit or second sight act by Mohala, Is a unique feaMrs. Lafo Pean, who lived below on Our Hartford, died early Monday morn- ture, being unlike anything of its ing of erysipelas, but had been crit- class, an exhibition which not only too. ically 111 only since last Friday. Fu- affords amusement but at which scientific minds marvel. It Is a gift, neral and Interment took place Mon fit of her day afternoon at Walton's Creek and successful 'Imitation wonderful work is Impossible. made up In church. An Interesbing story of pork stealLouisville Dally Herald and the ing comes from Barretts Ferry, In Hartford Republican ono year each for only $2.75. Offer will not last the northern part of the county. A of long so send In your subscription to farmer of that community had a hog this office. This is open to old as to die from disease and dressed the carcass for use In the spring well as new subscribers. After cutting up the hog the outside, look. made When you need anything in the farmer left It overnight on the meat general grocery line, call on U. S. bench to cool out. During Inside. the night right, goods tho some thief entered the meat house Prices Carson. up-ri- ght of price paid and stole all of the hog except one best. Highest market down-rig- ht for country produce. Telephone your shoulder. It would be Interesting to orders In and goods will be delivered know the state of 'nausea of the promptly. Your patronage Is so- thief's stomach when later he learn32tf ed licited. that the stolen hog had died of FOUND on Hartford and Morgan-tow- n cholera. road Thursday, in front of resiRev. William E. Savllle, of Nashdence of E. W. Austin, a black leathpastor of the Hartcontaining some ville, the new erette pocketbook, ford Methodist church to succeed the money, and receipts. Owner can have INCORPORATED. Rev. T. V. Joiner, delivered his same by paying for this advertise- late sermon In Hartford Sunday ment, after properly identifying the first night to a good sized and appreciaproperty. 32tf tive audience. His sermon was well The infant son of Capt. and' Mrs, delivered and contained some beauWm. E. Dennett, U. S. Army, born tiful and helpful thoughts. Bro. Sa at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, Janu vllle is a pleasing gentleman and we ary 17th, 1913, has been christened welcome him to our city. He is yet Henry Mack, for his great-gran- d a8tudent in Vanderbilt at Nashville, . .- father, Captain Henry Mack Bennett! hut v for the present will devote his Cavalry, 12th Kentucky time, to this charge, which Includes Civil War. Hartford, Goshen and Mt Hermon Say, Mr. Business man; do you churches. need any printing done? If you do Messrs. Taylor Balrd, Beaver Dam; let ub do it for you. We can print Elijah Barnett, route 3, Hartford; your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill Fred Cooper, city; W. T. Keown, Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewrit- Reynolds Station; Thomas Fuqua, ten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, Magan; A. W. Maddox and E., H. etc., and print them right at right Maddox, route 4, Hartford; Byron prices. Try us with your next order. Bean, East Hartford; A. V. Rowan m32tf.. Call at Tho Republican office. and Ney Rowan, Heflln; Elijah CarAttorney Ernest Woodward has ter, Matanzas; Win. Hamilton, Mc- been appointed as attorney in Ohio Henry; James T. Davis, Sunnydale; county for the L. & N. railroad, to R. L. Taylor, route 3, Beaver Dam; succeed Attorneys Glenn & Simmer-maC. B. Shown, route 3. Hartford: Rev. Mr. Woodward will also sever W. S. Wheeler. East Hartford; Alhis connection with the law firm of bert Riggs, route 7, Hartford; Dep Hcavrin & Woodward. However, they uty Sherlfff W. C. Earp, Rosine; occupy the were among the callers at The Rewill both temporarily same offices. publican office Saturday. at- He was a dismal failure in the city and his wife had a hard time 4? keeping cheerful, but read "Our Way Mr. Joseph Chapman and Miss Al? Out" in the March Number of HOL ma Ruby were married at the No LAND'S MAGAZINE and seo what Creek Methodist Church Wednesday a success no made on a Httlo farm. evening ut 7 o'clock by Rev. Ell This magazine and Tho Republican Wesley. Immediately after the cerefor $1.50 for both one year. Send mony the couplo together with a order to this office. number of friends and relatives were Prof. U. C. Harnett, formerly of served with a nice wedding supper this county, but who is now princi- at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Minnie Chapman, No Creek. .Mr. pal of tho State High School at Ark., has been selected as ex and Mrs. Chapman will make their aminer for Chicot, his home county. home "with his mother. The bride is This position corresponds to the su- a aaugnter of .Mr. J on 11 Kuby, or companion who has stayed with him and Ruth, Wilson,' Messrs "WOfaperintendent of schools of the coun- Broadway and the groom is a son for these many years. She was not' Fleacr, Orvllld Wilson, Oth aud.T of the late C. L. Chapman. Both neglected either as several nice pres bcrt Adams; Mr. and Mrs.. Axess- JBtef-w- art ty 8chobl8 in Kentucky. Prof. and little daughter. Lea. SCo;. contracting parties are popular among ents were given to her. friends in this county will be . their home people. pleased to learn of his appointment. Those who enjoyed the splendid Mr. and Sirs. Roscoe James-.- Utaw-- J. .11 J. Stewart and daughter., TUeu Is no ljt,tir rnwiipUiie maJq for dinner which the relatives had fur The storehouse and merchandise Mrs. Clarence James and. cAUtfrsu,-Lind- en Qotila Vitun Qlmmberloln Qttugjh Ham- - nished are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. of Jackson & Stevens, of Cromwell, and Theren, Mlis Lacr-Kri--J was totally destroyed by fire Wed- edy. It aioU 01 ruajUire'H plain, peltaea B. F. Fiener and two daughters, R, W. King aud son, Jobm WZ oppna the uanroUonp, plfo Harriet and Goren; Mr. and Mrs. J. tlo; nesday night. Tho fire was discov- ths lungp, 11am; Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Hiati&i' ered about 11 o'clock that night, but epectoauUon; umd ircaVntu ube sypVJin W. Fiener. daughter Fanny and son daughter, Dora aweadefcaB-- . tp n Iwpittiy ocivUon. Kor naAe by Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Martin, and little had gained too great headway to -Mrs. R. B. Martin and chiM save anything. The stock is said to all DnjaJiors. William Fiener. George Fiener, Mr. Mauri ne and Wade; and, SOts Piix" Butler and children, and Mrs. James have inventoried about $3,500, cover Ford. Surprise Dinner. Tho Ruth. Floy and Aron Dwlght; Mr. ed by about $2,800 iusuranco. W. Mrs. Isaac Cooper and children, building was owned by Mr. E. At the homo of B. F. Fiener, near and Notice. Minnie; Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, who was a member of the Cromwell, tho children, grandchil- Golda and Owing to the appointment: oC it? and little daughter, . of Mr. Harrison Fiener firm. dren and other relatives Ais Works, Fiener gathered on Thursday, Feb- Lois; Mr. and Mrs. John T. Butler Woodward as attorney for tltt Bottling The Hartford couaAjV Vhc Hoover Bros., proprietors, aro erect- ruary 20, and gave him a surprise and son, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. N. R. It. Co. in Ohio ing a large addition to their present dinner In celebration of his 69th Edmuns and little daughter, Ruby; partnership heretofore exiattoc; wttC us is dissolved. Eactr large bottling plant. They will also birthday. It was a great treat to the Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mnrtln and little power In addition to their old gentleman and he was certain- son. Otto Glenn; Mrs. Lula Edmuns, continuo the general practice str. add steam children, Hartford, Ky. We will' occupy tit? gasoline engine power, and in the ly taken by surprise when he came Mrs, T. E. Adams, aud ct n In from his farm, where his wlfo ,rna v l Delmar; Mrs. Win. Hud- samo offices temporarily, uutfl rear of tho new nhnox will o' oireC. morning, to ilud Bon uud children, May and Ray; MrB. ablo seperato quarters are largo ice house, which wil' b used had sent him that Maples aud son Orslo; Mrs. C. C. and we desire to express utir Ico for the manu such a crowd there to welcome him to store tons of May, Ruth, of the past coatMeucA mmjZ. facture of their famous "yojvct" Ico home. A great time was had by all Thomas and children, S. P. Mc- - patronago given us Jolatly. By hard work and enterprise present and all joined In wishing Clyde and Rcathel; Mrs. cream. This February 2. 1013. Slgsby, Mar- these young men have built up an him many more happy blrthdajs and Kenny. children Eura. M. L. HEAVR1N. adjoining many moro huppy years to journey nhnl ltnillmni nnd Fabum: Misses enviable trade in this and ERNEST WOOpWABJQi Ruth House, Ida through life with his most estimable Beatrice Austin, counties. Listen! Just sec how nicely Ms I I deli-qat- - rWBfm grand-daught- er mind-readin- g, not allow customer out our store with a suit or an overcoat that not as smoothly as the peeling a peach. new suits and overcoats are "peaches" Ve can everybody, because we.or soap-makin- g. der our goods "regulars," "slims" and."stouts." The expert tailors the world put our 9 suits and overcoats together. They not only well but are well For the our prices are f quality our clothes low. CARSON Si CO. Hartford, Kentucky. . 18C2-186- 5, ... J 50 Overcoats! $15.00 Values I In Grays, Browns and Blacks, - n. Ruby-Chapma- n. $5.00. IROSFNRIM AITS; -w - lwwi Der-mo- tt, Bar-nett- '8 I.iiwy I. lfce-tw- een LvnilrwHt. Qjr&WIIII'HMJUU&UllIUlJWJ e -- .aw m PUT BLAME ON THE PLASTER of nwtab.mMunna. vaumtiu utjwxrtm WMBHBRWW.KZ&.'tfCStii I I DOINGS AT THE OPERA By G. S. PHILLIPS. Only Thing Farmer Could Think ART AND ARISTOCRACY Dy CARL CLAY. HAVE YOUR SUITS I DU'eotory Ohio County Circuit Court-- T. P. Ulrhlieml, JuiIko; V Ucn D. ItliiBo, Attorney! V. Mldklff, Jnllcr, i:. Q. Ilitrrans, Clcrkj K. L. To-llMaster Coiiiinlsloiicr; 11, T. Collins, Trustio Jury luml: T. II. Ulack, Sheriff, Hartford. Dcputles-- H. o. Kcown, Uitivir Uain, U. l Juur-a- , Iluuta 5, Hurt foul, V. UoHlne. Court con-M'liflret Monday In and con Umius tlmo witksj thud .Monday In rll, wsi eis'sisrdDHi Aiiorney ai & to Account for the Condition of His Dead Cow. Weird tale Is told by William Far- i num, who declares the Incident, as ho relates It, occurred some time laBt summer whilo ho was sojourning In the west. At tlio end of a day's Journey on horseback ho slopped at a small hut occupied by a man and his wife, the prldo of whose lives was a cow named CInrlco. Now it so happened that at tho tlmo of Farnum's visit tho cow country was in the grip of a dlsonse peculiar to tho bovine species. Hundreds of cattle were being mowed down monthly by its terrlblo ravages, and the farmer and his wife were happy that so far their beloved Clarice had escaped. Hut, alas! Their Joy was shortlived. On the very night that Far-nuput up at the, hut Clarice succumbed and lny herself down on her pallet of straw with every Indication that she was resigned to journey into tho great beyond. The farmer and. his spouse were in despair, and Farnum was called on for help. Ho suggested that they make a large poultice, apply it to the afflicted parts and cover Clarice with blankets for tho night. This was done and the rurals retired to pray. But tho cow country supports a band of men who make it their business to find stricken cattle, strip them of their hides and sell them, and a pair of these nocturnal visitors found Clarice dead. They deftly removed her hide, replaced the blanket around her nude form and departed In search of tho next victim. At sunrise the farmer got himself out of bed and went to seo how his beloved Clarice was faring. Lifting the edgo of the blanket he uttered a cry of horror. Out of the hut rushed his wife, followed by the actor. "What's tho matter?" asked tho latA Cleaned It wasn't rcmarknblo that sho cared so much nbout nobility, or that b e Pressed I Otto C. Martin i--aw y "" Miss Penrllo Fattersliall yawned languidly over her noon Bandwlches. "Have you been to the op'ra?" sho Inquired of tho stenographer from across tho hall. "Oh, yes," assented that young per- son, In accents or withering scorn. "I've been to tho op'ra, and I woro lAy $500 Paris gown and my Russian sables and the diamond tarara I had such a tlmo getting through tho customs house, and I went In my now $10,000 limousine, tool" "Wako up!" commnnded Miss Fattersliall. "They'll let you In for less than that! I went the other night myself, and, really there's Just as much fresh nlr up In the clouds as down In the parquet. The view was grand. I could look down Into most of tho boxes and see what our very best people were wearing. In some cases it did not take long. "There was one woman with a white feather duster eighteen Inches long, stuck In her hair, who fascinated mo. Did she have a hole cut in tho roof of her automobile, or did sho sit on its floor while she was coming, or did she stick her head out of tho window all the way, as though she was going to yell for the polico? "I noticed that most of the women had feather dusters of somo sort or other, more- or less, fastened to their coiffures," Miss Fattersliall went on, "and that must have been why tho men were eternally leaving the boxes. J suppose they stood it as long as they could and then they had to retire to the lobby to sneeze. I should think each of them would slip a pair of scissors into his vest pocket and snip off those feathers when they becamo troublesome. No matter where the men sat or how they stretched their ter. seeks, those aigrettes always struck "Matter," shrieked the farmer, "by them right across the nose. heck, you made tho plaster too "One young man kept stretching his strong!" at neck to get above the bird of paradise was tickling his countenance, un- DEAF AND DUMB that SWEETHEART til I becamo alarmed for fear his vvvu2.eC-- would give way under the strain. But even from a distance I could tell Another Proof of the Truth of the Saying That "Love that he would endure far worse for Will Find a Way." .ilJP JLke. of showing the crowd, that he box. was in Mrs. ' Tho way In which deaf and oung ones are dreadfully dumb people make love is rath fonsyj It oozes out all over them that er queer. A gentleman belonging to yihey are tickled to pieces to demon- a deaf and dumb asylum tells of a strate their social progress. They courtship recently carried on between seem to be thinking; 'Two years ago mutes. In the balcony, last year in the par"During the progress of the match," quet and now here I am in a box he says, "the young man experienced lioorayl' Bless their little hearts! but one difficulty, and that in a short "I saw my boss' son and heir, Wil- time he surmounted. The thorn that ll Pye, in one of the lay in his bed of roses was a gas-jeliam boxes. He was trailing a slim young which, as he, of course, conversed jterson who looked like a pink snake with his adored one In the from where I sat. Unless William it was always necessary to baa sworn off since he drifted away keep ablaze a woeful embarrassing mahogany desk father put to here at the office for him, a pink thing for lovers. discovered that they "Finally they make in his line of vision makes him could utilize their sense of touch in feel right at home. Yet she seemed deciphering their Buy real flattered at having him act. as holding one anothers hands they though he had. never laid eyes 'on found that they could carry on a con- a pretty girl before. ' v,ersatlon with tolerable facility, and M "I got kind of mixed 'on the op'ra in about a week were adepts. Thus, Itself. You see, I had read the libretto deaf, dumb, and practically blind, they carefully, so I'd know what to expect, enjoyed all tho pleasures of love. nd it certainly sounded exciting. They have spread their discovery There was the duel between the among their friends, and I believe the rivals, for instance, with Lady discovery hifi taken fast hold upon leonora falling senseless at the furi- deaf and dumb lovers." ous clash of steel by the two who hated each other desperately. At Manhattan Manners. least, that's what the libretto led me "Roofers are said to be going out to expect. What happened was that a "roofer" is? after the basso had politely waited for of fashion. Know what U,B """ "" the tenor to finish his Garbling about , heir n how he was going to slash him to ?tter you have bee mincemeat the two crossed their . swords In the air as though preparing """?" " ' J .i.- .. . .. Th UllU HIU4wilfc ....... lor mo cnorus to waiK unuor in a IIUUl, favors you enjoyed at their procession, and Leonora brushed a hands, and expressing the sin fly off her ear and gazed into tho cere hope that the baby has got over wings while tho curtain fell . , , ,., .. . her co d. Nowadays, Instead of writ- ri,., ! know much nbout nrt, for In puliu of fact sho had novor seen a nobleman, and as for art. It had always born represented to her by a few columns Hats Cleaned and In the newspaper, contnlnlng.alluelonB Repaired. to subjects unfamiliar to her. Then ono day sho met tho marquis. From Work called for and that tlmo her dovotlon to nrt and tho aristocracy was remarkable. A girl friend, a stenographer like, Club $1.00 herself, had nsked her to visit the ono Wednesday. Art Instltuto with her noon hour. Though sho would much rather havo gone to "seo nbout getHartford Pressing Club, ting a hat" sho had so great an admiration for tho friend, who was very Y. M. C. A. 151.1X1., ndvanced in her views on many sub- Jects, that sho followed tho friend's HARTFORD, KY. lead rather aimlessly through rooms filled with pictures of the sea, of ant- - imssmanpssKEszcsssiSSBSfBQtB mals. cows nnd horses nnd lovely wo ' men dressed as sho had never seen women of her worM dressed. "And this," said her friend, "la tho old master's room." The term didn't mean much to her and she thought the old masters nn odd looking company until suddenly, away oft In a corner, sho camo face W. H.& J. F. GILLESPIE to faco with the marquis. painted eyes that looked It was not Proprietors at her from above the heavy ruff; they were real eyes and they held a strange fascination for her. Yet sho felt nl-- , most ashamed to stare at him and she wondered that he did not turn his , head away from her plebeian gaze. There wero no more old masters for her In this room after that; she had met her master and he dominated her. AND REPAIR WORK She went often to the Art institute from that time on and she never failed to pay her respects to the marquis. It was a "romantic experience merely to stand before him and look Into those curious and not altogether kind- - special attention. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given l,i:.ir, delivered. month. rate per , I I two weeks; third .Monday in Ootobtr two weeks. County Court.-- K. 11. Wedding, Judgo; V. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk, C. U. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convene first Monday In each month. Quarterly Quaitcrly Court Hcslns on tho fourth Monday In My, August and November. Couit of first Tues-da- y In Jnnuuiy and flint Tuesday In October. Other County Offlc.K-- C. S. Mowloy, duru'ior, I'oiIhIIIu, Ky., it. ?, 2; Ucrnnrd Jr'eHx .Assessor, Hint-forKy, H. K. u. No. ! iK.ry iavh, sSiipcilulindenl, Hartford; lir. A. U. lU'iy, .Coronet, HuittorJ. JU.STICCS' COUUTS. CliilinsT-tV.nvcncs .j Will prnotlco bis jirofi'sslon in Uilfc and vlJilnliiG couiiKcn. CoiiniicrcinJ and Crunlnal I'rncUco a Spocialty. Barnes - &i Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. y Smith i. Mfwrs. W. II. UitrnicM anl f. C. SinlMi annoitnw that Uu-- havo .fonn-- a iKirtiUTdli!j) for U10 G'lKeitil ltrac-blc- o o( law, xc nt criminal and dlvor casofi, Mr. Smith bulng County Atfcor-nx- 'y is litvjvonitod from praclilclng 6itch ckisjs. Mr. UdriRs will Individually In Oirioiis aocoi't bucIi pr.ictloa Hartford Kopubllcau building, Hartford, K" I , GILLESPIE BROS. Wedniday after Monday In 4'u'nwell, .Muich, U'edmsduy .ird Monday In June, Wednesday ufttr after "Jli.JlS-n,dtWednesday '." s,c,V""orI tJ-1- U. S. Chiiniberluln, Hertford, Tuesday utter -- rd .Monday In .Muich, Tuesduy ut- ter 2iil Miimiiii l,i ti... '!' 1.... ... Jrd onduy In September, Tuesday nfi-- r 3rd .Monday In December. i ,' Attorney at Law HAUTFOnD, - KY. Will practice his profession In all the-- . Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, V and In the Court of Appeals. Also Notary Public. Offlco over First National Bank. YANCYL.MOSLEY. ffl J. l1nn'l1" ly j Mont? C. 3 III ii,cfo,lSfi'5 after S3 i - u"tklrr. Incumber. after , I B LABITHING fe'rV.'V'T'"','"taMaSfc Saturday ' "'u"e' Sutunluy itler m! Ji,ol,U,ay ' daVttnVet'U- Jucksun, J. NEY FOSTER uflir'To ta' W"' . Wednesday Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. Ohio County I All Matters Given Prompt Atten- tion. MJoy1m'0.?r1ehl,,",1!;'f1IJny day Monday In 1 PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. ,, 'i',y .C lift"yy OI,er IJa.cr a.rt!r anl --''"l :nd 3ion' .ti ," Horseshoeing a Specialty. I n,f,cr 2nd November. HAHTFOHD POLICE COUIIT. KILL the COUGH AND Time-Honore- d s gjj AtlorT-- ' JJUli?0:vIJo'm - Wll-o- CURE the LUNGS n. sWondon'Sy1! Bang-Swinger'- s .vjThe Hartford, - Ky. 3. Tlnsley. man; Ur, '. Lowe. J. i br 11 U Chair. fivt "nnutt. und W. l II. .nS?t':,rt:tur-: Dr. King's New Discovery WITH Trial Bottle Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. kk s wii m -- vm.no OLDS ui, a rsion PHICK KELIOIOUS SEUVICE3. SEEDS0 BUCUETS SEEM SUCCEED I aaVn 1 Rfi? ",omh- - ,suny school8: Wednes-UaptlsV GTJAKANTKED SATISFAOXO&Tl OB MONET KETUNDED. Fare-you-we- cveniiuT t. 'Ma m ro!-M- ie -- Hrtqniht Write to-da- y; mike too oar Dsrmsaent customer. Brlir rntlrrrlna suuk.itnMttiMiUt-iiMuunuiiiuws ID SIMMS I nnq. I ipicnaja I umb. ovn W i TO1MM U all. SPECIAL OFFER:will A trUl katM t Xtv.Bntam morn.nB and 1 urrhl'2;..h.-J- o evenlnV" " ,'n,t0.r- sSndZy BScho '- - hi ihwtj Mention this Paper. MWMMAMAMMAIM SEND 10 CENTS -- eaVm?nthr1'rrvlce Sunday-oil"" " flrst SunooV " W 7 U"a P- - m- - SECRET . She Watched the Worker. ly eyes. She liked the aristocratic sparseness of his hair, the noble length of his nose, and all the trap pings of his rank, though these alone" would not account for the strange spell he cast over her. One day upon visiting her marquis olid found a young man with his easel seated in front of him, evidently bent upon making a copy of him. She resented such desecration, but she watched tho worker with growing in- m alii ill (bo! u Bmt wimIm tt tJ2U3 lx nun. nicetn rir Hartford Lodice a..,? .i.i; ;.'.-1 SOCIETIES. No. 175. !'" Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. yv m M- . I'oreinaii .SftKior. Keystone Chapter Mo. 110. meets M.n ,1,1,. e. ..... . U.. yv " M U Hartford PIaiildH " w...;4 . 11U, " No-J10- m.r7. os Of. FOR K.DNEY.L.VER AND STOMACH TROUBLE k is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. SB. fc" " , i ,.L" . . "'.' '?..l".r."" UUHVCHl UIU IIUIUIIU " how distracted she was and how she finally yields to the troubadour who carries her oft triumphantly. Well, 1 wish you could havo seen her toddlo meekly off after him. as though she was going to buy a spool of thread, and merely wondered who could be the good looking gentleman t""J """ told "'1 . i In front of her. "But say! When they como in and tell the troubadour that his mother is being burned alive at the stake, I wish you could have seen the way that man threw his arms gracefully to heaven and struck attitudes and tried his voice in different keys and warbled arias to Leonora. It was, to my mind, a mighty poor imitation of omb rushing to the rescue of bis poor M parent "I'll bet he found only about a thim-Wefof ashes when he got there! ul "Bat," Interrupted the stenographer iron across the ball, "how about the jbusIc? Wasn't there any music at Oh, yes," said Miss Fattershnll, "I forgot that. The rauslo was perfectly grand, believe me!" Chicago Dally News. the op'ra?" -- lustily. Worth Considering. "I wish," sho said, "that I could form a society of some kind." "Why?" he asked. "I'm tired being a nobody. When one forms a society one gets written about nd talked about and gains public attention." "Why don't you form a Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Husbands to it Christmas Tlmo? If you desireany do a benefactress I don't know of better way in which you could bene tact." NOT "I don't see how you have tho courSOLD age," she ventured to say to him at UNDER last. ANY Ho was a good looking young man OTHER with hair as abundant as tho marquis NAME. was sparse. He smiled at her. call your . friend up on the telephone, . ,,,, , , ,,i.a ,! "You mean that I am too artistically WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. )UU ICIl 41111 lllttl. lllu II am ,0J0 bu"" impudent?" ho asked, connections, and you add: "My that If you purclinsotlioNi:V JIOMK you will "No, not that. I shouldn't think you was a bully time I had out there, old could endure to see him watch you liavci a life ntsct at the prleo you pay, aud wilt man!" Not so nice as the old episto- and analyze you and sneer at you as not huvenn tndlosi chalu of rejialrs. lary way, but better than nothing; for he is always sneering at every ono he when you have had a friend at your Bees." Quality house and . has taken his departure "Oh, he's harmless," answered tho Considered you do not like to feel that he has 1 painter, merrily. Then "both grew l nut l gono into the outer void that he has it is the silent as another pair of remarkable fallen off the edge of the world Into eyes began to assume shape and exspace. That Is what it Cheapest echoless pression on the painter's canvas. amounts to when he gets home and She came two or three times a wock in the end writes not nor telephones and gives and In that corner of the master's no sign. New York Mail. to buy. room they made quite a gay company, the marquis on the wall, his double you want asewlDg machine, write for Unable to Prevent Theft easel and the two ardent ad- ourIf latest catalogue before you purchuh. Despite the precautions which are on the of mirers these twin noblemen. taken to prevent theft, it is said that It is very easy to transfer your The New Horns Sewing Machine Co, Orae, Ma& gold to the value of $5,000,000 is anadmiration of art to the creator of nually stolen from the mines on the that art. Therefore, by the time the Hand, South Africa. Thls thievery Is picture on the easel was finished she 130.00 TO flOO.OO A MONTH done systematically, and although a had not only come to believe Experience that For your spar time man In thisnot need. ed. Want an corps of detectives are employed for the copy was as'flne as the original, To Introduce uactiveyour frlendi. locality. We pay to tho purpose of detecting theft, 'there but. to believe that another Urged caih lick. Injured, have been no convictions for a long Paul Rubens had appeared uponPeter and at death, benefit! when coit. for smallest the time. There is a woman who has horizon of art. and offer to first applicant from thlf place. Write quick for grown very wealthy in the business Now when their friends ask who is particulars. of buying gold, and although the of- the subject of the picture that hangs 833. Covington, Ky. ficials are sure of her nefarious call- in a prominent place in their small THE ing, all efforts to trap her have been living room tho young painter always unsuccessful. Special laws have been replies: passed to meet the requirements of "He's the gentleman who introduced the gold mines, but even that has been me to my wife, tho Marquis Splnola." ineffectual. Chicago Dally News. I AM PREPARED ". ".t 11 "1 J., NEW THE SEWING :".-.."Lizzie SIlll-- ;. I'ltmus1 l VnwftuLoIsu - W. MACHINE OF QUALITY. a'nt,"":l ThSlwtay .Thvn-.n'1- , , . .. ' oreman, Ilecord Keeper. ' Sunshine Illvo No. . I. O T v se,'",a ,l!ir. ...!. P. O. V.. llartfnrit T.til it . &ilcdrlck s.' c cry ' Tvc8d1y nl"1-oluar, K. 1 "" a"8 Knights of f Mn an t Very Serious It is a very rerious matter to a-i- f.i terest. (or one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this HOME Ita.Bi.',1"..??" dav nJu,1 Hecords. 111 meet. , reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine ... srriiw "' "' uu- - '" eauh a "u ,uurl month. 11...- t. - HIIU .... Wednes-- l.o. itol of Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for conization, indigestion nnd liver trouble, is firmly established. It do:a not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, w.th a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD D! TOWN F3 l'lefcton Morton Po h Williams: Clrk, W. No. 4. O -- oniniuii-Wallaci" C. A n (nniinii. eacn Commander; J. M. Hogeri. 111 ' IMS mum W:!e?-,"Vi- e .?y?. Woodmen of u the . i:'. U.,SI.cnd.efcf1c1erk.C nno jno. Kt L. O. T. M.. mvata evory firjt and WiUid FrMay nl?l In each month. .Mrs. At,tyo Qriffln uy ninundr; Mra. H. e. Mlaahk". Lady rievord Keoper. Itoufih itiver IaOso No. uo Kn.ti.tj. of Pythias, meets overy Tixwdny rtteht. U. L. Tay'or. C. C, J. Key nastor, K. of n. & s. A. 9. ave Money and Keep in Style by Reading McCall's Magaziae and Uiing McCall kWtenu Ladies! MtCll'iUfiiliswlll liclp )i.u ;cJ a moilrato U tlfl-l-.il- y OAiwiiM by tf 3 b Ky. ,n- - National Officers: dlanapoUs: Ind. nAOPAfB lv.Trco iliitt ixU,np' soumy . 11 re Cash-Bon- President-- M. V. Sharj.. Narrows, Vice Presldent-- J. M. Woods. ma. Lou bl tie 11 uustril 0:1 tl'o la'ost faklilons In run imu, N iv l'nliliin ..I I'Kll IhillC. .Mo 11 it I aiaie uincera: "' S. H. (lrt.rtirxw ' IfnT TFcai. O. P. PrlAnisp TVf.A President: t' " nr.,mJl?' ?,arr?n Organlier. Lattice Matt to Be Retained. As a result of the firing tests carried out some months ago against a lr.ttico mast that had been erected on the San ' iiv s, now lying on the mud bay, the navy departin Clu-j'ment hut d..idod to make tho lattice or bffHet ;nasl the standard typo for futuro wtrshlps. Tho raaBt,, under teat, showed remarkable enduranco, several r.iirrPHSfnl hlta hnlnir nprnRH.irv to bring it down. 9- The high price of meat was forcibly brought to tho mind of u Massachusetts farmer recently whr l 'e went to town and bought 40 c ,i worth of steak, receiving 10 cents In cliingo. When ho got home he couldn't find the meat. At last he discovered the dime in his coat pocket. That gave him the duo and opening his purse ho found where ho had put the steak. Found the Meat To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules nnd cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. RILEY Veterinary Surgeon ' HortforcJ, Ky. Hoard of Directors. Den Watson. War. ren county: C, M. Barnett. Ohio coun. ty; A. II. Brooks, ltracken county; it, k. I: ??y'. Ilar,11n county, and J. Doss. Muhlenbcig county, Ohio County Officers: 8. L. Stevens, Pres.. Deaver Pam.Ky. Henry Plrtle. Sec. Hnrtford. Ky. D. Ford, Tieas., Hartford. Ky, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford.Ky. 1. L. U. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. b D. No. 6. E. C. Hartford, Iteynolds, Ky. 1 M. S. Patteison. Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford. White Hun, Ky. tj. Itlchard i'iumer, Taylor Mines.Ky. n,...u . C. Allen, Henry county, nnd ...a.. "'c" wuunly' "" """ nH coity.yPres. . vice . ins ip a.. sec.couniy. H HIM8 Lat- - "" i.iii iaie iwitcni. i'.n tm':y cr rnd IjiTivd kaiuiilo .o)T. McCll Pttuni mil oimlilo jon tornnko In rnur onn wIllU'WM.niiliiniN rlnlliliicfor yourself ami rlulilr, u h li vill bu pvilort In styln niul (it r'V" i lliaU 15 ccuu . 1. i.m( lilrlirr fur ' mulouo. Vi Will Csta You C.C9 Pin "ti f(,r rcttlnif cnTrfrcu I'rcialuiu laiali..'uo cml t u.li I'ri.o oror. IK K.V11 Ct).".r,:.Y. C9 li : 15 tft 37ii a . MV YOtt ) r)ffl tulf f v a ji'ir Irn'ImliPir Iri'j uiib-t 1 ii'm'Io liifdrinat'.cii limrio nil I unci icr- I 11 v n lio-ti- 11 I 1 14 1 r t J$rti2&W i?SrSS2SS "iBUH wamr Buslnes,P:iohonrapby TYPEWRlTrMGand BOOKICEF'.'ING V TELEGRAPHV USJNES3 C0LLESE Ha SR ITTH -- &' mmImM mmL jiML ,",M'MAM,ifuit .f ,t, uliJslJAiui . m MHHBBHMBnBnaKsaH For Infanta and Childron. OLD IDEAS ARE MAN'S WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTS Pastor Russell Delivers es A JSiuQ&D PUSHED Schools Al Contact M flavo The ;tVjrt Kirsd You Have at Panama and Colon. With Activity of People. The Marvels of the Canal Intellect at Work Steam, Electricity, Machinery, the Slaves of the New Order Future Glories Anticipated Man, the King of Earth, to Bo Reinstated His ReHigher Grades Are More Than Mere covery From Sin and Death GuarInciibatorc For Embryo Lawyers, anteed- at Calvary Tho Next Ten Doctor, Teachers and Preachers. Conturies Will Be Marvelous. Domestic Science and Domestic Arts. Panama Colon, Schools will nt tract itntl hold tlio atFebruary 23. Pastention of tin; luiliHc in pioportloii to tor Itunsell manitheir contact with thu everyday life fested n keen InThe old mill iictlvlty of the people. terest In the great Ide.t of 11 Inch school belli;,' nil Inciilin-to- r Panama Canal for emhryo htwyors, doctors, tench-or- s work, which Is mid prenclicM Is being pushed speeding to comnslde. pletion. Ho took The school people the ronl, live, for his text Psalm scon wide nwnlic school people lmvo 8:4.. "WHAT IS this proposition clenrly for some time, He reMANT hut they have been nfniid of what the hearsed human engeneral piihllc nitwit thin!;. The pubipASTQK.KUSSELL) gineering feats of lic Iiiih sensed that there wns some-tilinthe past the Tow out of pear In on; school ma- er of Baboi, the great city of Babylon, chinery, but It was afraid of what the Great Pyramid of Egypt, full of the education expert nilKlit say. And scientific accuracy and symbols of so the public and the school people Heavenly things. Solomon's Temple have been Mee.sawIiiB. nnd Herod's, the Cathedral of St. PeHoys and j;Irls welcome any study ter's at Home, and other great cathethat tastes of everyday life and activ- drals, each wonderful In its wny, "were ity. The little Klrl In the lower crude referred to as examples of man's skill mothers her doll, makes her clothes in the past. and mends them nnd cooks wonderful All these stately edifices, the Pastor dinners on a homemade stove of brick declared, glorify man's Intellectual powout In the back yard. She keeps house er not less than do some of the legal mid plays her part In n mimic world statutes of the past the Mosaic Law. because it Is the only outlet for what the Laws of Lycurgus. etc. These she sees of the activities of the world achievements refute the thought that In which she is eventually to take her our forefntbers wero monkeys. place. The years slip by, and she I Within the last human ready for the liluli school. She must intelligence has bounded forward in a put her doll aside, and she can no most remarkable manner. The teleloiiKcr with dignity cook ou the brick graph, the telephone, the wireless, stove In the back yard. Her own feel-In- c steam power, electric power and light woultl prompt her to co forward have given talents a wider scope than In sowIiik. cooklnc and the other houseever before. They have forwarded the hold nrts, but she Is In a high school art of printing, which, In turn, has In which no uch course Is offered, so stimulated education. World-wid- e inshe loses nn Interest that had been telligence is making the world fabupnrt of her life nnd development. If lously rich. Millions are on the alert she happens to find such a course In to associate themselves with the new the hlch school the chances arc that things nnd tho resulting prosperity. It is for a slncle period each dny, nnd The Canal Illustrates All This. her credits earned for graduation would Modern cities, with their multiplied conveniences, our tunnels, or subways, under, cities, and all for which they stand, amaze us. As we realize that these things have come within fifty years, we repeat, "What is Man!" How wonderful is the intelligence which bus been able to grapple with nature, Its laws, etc.. and master them! Is not man a great king in all V wri liLL N 1 tho eaStMi f f '''LlBaBsaMBasnaUljslri Nowboro is man's power to deal with earthly conditions more strikingly man ifest tbnu ou this Canal Zone. We have hero an Illustration of mountain-movin- g faith. Six tons of Trojan powder exploded at one instant, crumbling an entire hill, is certainly a wonderful record. Theso great steam shovels which move enormous masses of loosffSjBplWia ened earth are marvelous. If only a few years ago. some one bad told us that u man, by moving a lever, could lift six tons of earth, transport It an eighth of a mile, and load It upon cars, all in three minutes or less, we would A LIVE HIGH fJCIIOOfj. have thought blm insane. be greater for Iitln, German or mathTells of Messiah's Day. ematics. She Is anxious to get full Wo must accredit our great progress credit for her labor, so she takes a topic for which she has no real liking. to God. His time has come for lifting superstition. IN OTIIKU WOHDS, OUU I1IGU the veil of ignorance and favoring the Ho bus been gradually SCHOOLS AKK TUTTING A every line. UPON WOKK WHICH HAS Increase of knowledge along advantage SOME MENTAL AND CULTUUAL Wo today are merely taking of this more extended knowledge, carVALUE INSTEAD OK COMMON, ried Into homes nnd offices by means HOME VALUE. of printing presses, railroads, steamAt the Henderson high school both domestic science nnd domestic arts for ships, postal service, etc. Instead, girls nnd manual training for boys have therefore, of trying to belittle our anbeen given a very prominent place iu cestors, let us confess that wo have tbo course of study. The school Is now drawn from them deep Inspiration. evLet us credit our progress, not to offering a threo year course, and a fourth will be added next September. olution, but to the more reasonable It Is a four year course that calls for proposition that God's time has come e two iwriods each day In to give us the blessings promised in week, that real, strong, helpful, tho Scriptures the blessings which the practical work may be accomplished. herald Messiah's Kingdom. We have Too much, of our school work has been waited and prayed for It. Now that of the Now Day Is visible theory, and we must bnvo time enough for the practical side of domestic sci- on evory band, let us not forget to be taught of God, reading in the signs of ence nnd manual training. Two years of this course, the fresh- the times the fulfilment of the predicman and the Junior years, nro used for tions of forty centuries. sewing, pattern making, designing and What Will Man Become? n study of cloths and materials of vaOur text Intimates that man Is poor, rious kinds. It Is the aim of this weak, fullcn, unworthy of his Creator's work to have a girl strong enough to favor and blessing. He Is not deservdc&lgn n garment or plan a wardrobo ing of eternal torment, but of the Dirationally, to alter n pattern that does vine sentence. "Dying, thou shalt not lit or suit her. In a course uf die," becauso of degradation through study of one period per day this would the full. Yet God has made provision be Impossible, but with eighty minutes for man's recovery from sin nnd death. each dny of her school year nt a bow- The foundation for this recovery was ing table results can be gotten. Sacrlflco on laid by tho Iu domestic scleuco the work is rath- Calvury, Tho blessings of that Atoneer out of the ordinary In that It seoms ment have been extended thus far to so thoroughly commonplace and so only a small number, such ns would usable In the homo life that most of us take up their cross antL follow lu tho have to live 3U5 days In the year. Bavlor's footsteps. There Is nothing that is fancy, but a But the selection of tho Elect to be very great deal about breads of vaassociates with Messiah in His King-lor- n rious kinds, yeasts, baking powdors, Is only the beginning of God's futhe care of sinks, refrigerators, etc. ror to mankind. The Elect will soon 0110 goes through this high school As bo complete. Then tbo Kingdom will and sees tlio girls at this work thore be established by Divine Power lu auIs the feeling that many of them are dominion, not to crush thority to bo saved from the disappointment mankind,aud for human uplift out of but comes to most youug housekeepthat sin and degradation, back to the ers. of God. and That this work In Henderson appeals If fallen likenesscan accomplish the man to tho girls Is shown by the fact that what will not be out of a total enrollment of 120 girls wonders of our day,man, under tbe faeighty-severre taking domestic sci- possible to restored vorable conditions of Messiah's Kingence or domestic arts. world of mankind MAY MANY SUCH BE FOUND IN dom, for which tbe promised THE STATE. IN THE NEXT FEJV has waited ever" since God years ago, it to Abraham four thousand YEARS. Always Bought fjlmliljiftiteroaandiw.ft, IiKJIIicSiojaclisardlJoHclitJ n WHY HOT TRAIN FOR LIFE?" jTHVUiLVM;; M , ii'tl. 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Ttaa. book., Hoait Trcatatst ler Woaua," ssafirec J 9t r Stttial Iiutruclient. sad U-- pt 3oArAreeAAnty "77 POSITIONS' 7ecysvrfi'S n etzrvfAsr df erfAcM&s tPUNTIFUL mfc Z?cnv6i47 k Mf7s? CveniJieJJ Zowg ftwjwnMpQf. (H&P' e boa&) 'Mwi'etol&, Green, Jiy. n 2ia1?0rMssrt;u Ji" - '' JswsBa ".': 'i' asste rMiUmmnffiMnmii IIIUMillli iiiiimj. 'V 5f " llltc Imw TAL ' islAKIN w J&iss$$ai$y Pisa9 Economizes Butter, Flour;, Eggs; makes Oie food more TSjc appetizing and wholesome J only Baking Powder made irom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar ! and showed him how to make some thing, ho might not have spent so OF SIXTEEN much time In the lumber jnrds and in "hell's half acre." TWICE SLAYER far lessteachers didn't know Albert The, I was just a discontented boy; they thought he was a bad boy and treat- ' cd him as such. Do mien? nvfll Is Blamed For Fall So when he was suspected and ar- lurks you know iViat co'.d tiuau In i(n't' any to a comirwn rested on a burglary charge at the M'up of Via minor aAlmints? Tlw; safe Of Youth. age of 13, he was hustled off to the iy !3 to tike C'wx.mbcirlaln'.s Cousri reformatory at Booneville, Kwdy, a tfwoivaMy State raltatIe where Missouri sends its "bad boys." and rid yourself of tlw cold reformatory didn't as quickly Evidently the aa TiliU iretwl-l3fferk Read Tales of Blood And do Albert much good, for when he for sXL; by all .Dealers. got out he returned to the lumber Carried Pistol Like His yard bunch and was something of a $25 Reward $25. Heroes. hero In their eyes. I hereby offer a reward of 25 for One afternoon the bunch went out to Maplewood, an aristocratic suburb. the arrest and detention of Israel That night officers came to the Jones, who escaped from the Ohio :52 Louis, Mo., Feb. 22. Four years wldnw Mprk's home for Albert. The county Jail December S, 1912. He is Albert Merk, 12, had the making warrant charged him with disorderly , 5 feet 8 Inches In height, weighs a a. ilne man In hlra. marshal about 130 pounds, hair dark brown, conduct. The Maplewood Totey, Albert Merk, 16, is twice tried to grab Albert as he ran out about 22 years of age, lisps in talk-th- e V. P. MIDKIFF, .a. Exrcrdrxer. At IB, he is a penitcn-ttmi- y back door. The boy says ho was Ing. hixd. Jailer Ohio Co., Ky. trying to remove his revolver and T3a man In Albert Merk has been :z:isd the future good citizen between the ages of 12 and Ill I IS throw it ntfny when It'went off: Tho ihnrshal dropped lit his' tracks and died In n few days. Albort ran nway, was catight nnd brought back. Tho Juvenllo Court sent him back to the reformatory. Again, evidently, tho nssoclatlon of a lame crowd of "bad 1ovb" had no reforming effect on Albort. Dur-- 1 lug a baseball game at tho roformn- tiny the crowd began wrangling. Albert, In n moment of nngor struck "bad Dnlc Flora, another boj," over tho head ulth a baseball1 bat ami kiiiod him. Albert pleaded guilty to murder In the second degree ami Judge Slate sentenced hlni to spent! the next twolc years In the penltent!nr . What kind or n boy is Albert? He dosen't look unlll.o the average clt chap of his age. He's u little over five feet tall; weight a trifle over 1CU pounds; is fair of complexion. "Ho smiles readily and hns a sipiare resolute way of looking at one," the superintendent of the Boonevillo Institution said. "Four years ago the kid had the makings of a Tine man in hlni," said the corner grocer, who has known him all his life. Now he is in tho "pen" branded for all tlmo as a double murderer. His mother Is dying of a broken j heart; and his sisters pass their neighbors with averted eyes. They feel deeply the shame. But they love their brother all the ieoplo who knew Albert, "the widow Merit's boy," liked him and feel sorry for hlni now. E. C. Rogers. llll MINERS ARE UPHELD ? n 43 Contention With WeStefll 4? 4? 4? 49 Kentucky OperatOTS. Claimed That After Made Owners of Mines 4? 49 This is Your Chance to Cut the Cost by Acting Now iv;?Ey.x;iywat&'i3Pi3CT3ftro.v TIIK HAKTFOKI) KF.ITISUCAN 51.00 n ii 1 i i a; to to to to to to to to h yenr at Spottsville In-g- S 4? H FARM AND RANCH HOLLAND'S MAGAKINK - $l.0nywir $1.00 n year stalled Machines. Bowling Green, Ky., Feb. SI. Judge McKcnzIe Moss bus rendered his tie cltdou in the arbitration matter to him by the Western Kentucky coal operators mid their In which ho sustains the conmib-initt- 4? 4? ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR Si.75 4? 49 49 49 TIIK HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a yenr FARM AND RANCH Sl.OOnyour 4 49 49 49 19 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 49 BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1,50 to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to to System pitv.p-aratto- KM-iU- a Tb ioy or the city is getting to every year. TbK a. greater problem a TT2e ioy Is iadecd the greatest prob-Jex- The Floyds, in Magical Performance, Attract Large Audiences to Lyceum Entertainments supernatural skill In mind reading tests. This charming lady makes no claim to the supernatural, but her part is truly unique, and she has no equal in her peculiar line of manifestations. "A talented musician furnished appropriate music for the different parts Undoubtedly the largest and most successful Lyceum course In America is at Nashville, Tenn. There are 12 i'ears ago the boy who numbers each season, presenting the otale had reached the limit of best attractions in the Lyceum field. Tiaitoy the most desperate, most The average attendance is 4,300. The Floyds, magicians, appeared recently .yvrajw: of our city murderers are II t to over 4,."00 people. They filled a i, &s mare than boys the auto return engagement shortly after to the car barn bandits, the cruel over 6,000. The Floyds are the only ssissetl jobbers all boys. attraction that ever appeared in this J cams lo St. Louis purposely to course twice in one year. The folJixil nut If 1 could, the reasons why lowing brief description of their entUttz-sn Merk is twice a murderer at tertainment, copied from the NashIf(, and to tell those reasons with ville American, is of interest: "The Floyds, magicians, mystified, rtha hope Mtat the people of Louis-jS- ) may read a lesson in them. I entertained and thoroughly amused over 6.C00 people at flyman audiin iheories. I will merely give torium last evening. the same comThe KUt icts or this lad's life during pany appeared In this city last spring, "tour .short years. late in the season, when they deA'Sxyrl's mother is a widow, left servedly won their way Into popular years ago with five small be-tfeISM-awJ ban-Uit-- f every city today. Jish decade doubles the tempta-ASaof the boys of the decade ss tention of the miners. Ills opinion Is In writing, and deals with the Mib-jeat conhldernblo length, but, briefly, stated, tho controversy grows out of a contract made In April, 1!M2, between the miners and tho operators, by which certain scale of wages was agreed upon, and in which It was stipulated that "no local condition shall be changed that will, In any manner, further Increase the cost of production or decrease the earning capacity of the men." Thereafter the owners of the mine at Spottsville, Ky., Installed machines in their mine at that place and changed from tho pick method of mining to the machine method, and the miners contended that using the machines they nre compelled to perform certain services for which thej receive no pay, and that In other respects the earning capacity of the me: has been materially decreased by the change. Judge Moss was selected and ngrced upon by both sides ns arbiter in the premises to settle the controversy, and he reached the conclusion from the record submitted to him, that it Is not possible for the miners, employing the same I tine, energy and skill to earn as much under the new method as they were capable of earning under the conditions that existed at the time the contract was entered Into, and he decides that under the contract, the operators should not be permitted to make such i change at the expense of the miners no matter how advantagoeus it may be to tho operators. The effect of this declaim wll compel the mine owners, whenever they change from the pick method to the machine method, to arrangu a system of compensation by vnJth t''e wage earner can make same wages working with tho mnchlnes that ho made under the former method of mining. In so far as Installing machinery In mines tho decision nffects fully 0,000 miners in Western Ken-tucall of whom arc working under a similar contract. et y, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 n yenr HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.50 Having made a special arrangement with the publishers of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the publications you ought to have. All three publications nre well worth the regular subscription price and we consider ourselves fortunate in being able to ofler them to you at this very low combination rate. ', 4? 49 49 49 Send Your Order to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ."sss$ss$S$ssSJ NADERO IS KILLED (Continued From First Page.) ed guard of ruralcs were waiting. Marriage License. r, W. Chancellor and bra Ceralvo, Ky. David H. Cooper and Ida M. Mln-toroute 2, Hartford. V. S. Uaffcrty and O. D. Parks, Beaver Dam. F. L. Taylor, Beaver Dam, nnd Delia Smith, Select. Homer Itobinson and Salllo Truman, Narrows. J. W. Chapman, routo 7, Hartford and Alma Ruby, routo 2, Beaver Dam. John Mll-ne- n, Str 5h.iMrr.n. Tfcn VittXc. double yoke of raising her cblldron and supporting them Jtoo broke her health, and she is mow an invalid. The two oldest XrajSStert, uult school and went to onset lis iielr upstairs flat near the city , 'Slxaiix Ihero was no room for Albert , la siU?; his tuother was sick and .br muldn't stand the boisterous &nt .boys have to get out of their .gyxlrurt. There was no yard about Von. Swuae, and no public playgrounds. .Itai jiwra was a lumber yard, floveral acres, u railroad switch-?a- r yard, and "hell's half acre," jnct outside the city limits, and saloons, a bowling alley ami ?m7 room. Alton started to run with the bunch" and p!aed "hKftBjy" from school often. I It be-.carrying u gun, bought from a f.rctnlxT yard man for 31. Other boys :T ibe "Lunch" carried revolvers, and la thf evenings Imitated tho ready 'jhoccra shown In lurid itnecnsorod Wild West pictures While on a car going to tho widow Clerics' home I counted 12 cheap picture theaters. Outside ten of JJsitm were flaming signs showing ilrtarma In the hands of counterfeit-- . cov-arb- v? 83V-sx- xl ?: mo-:tl- American Women Suffragists dorse Window Smashing. En- lta4Bv 'a' jfcv FLOYD, MASTER MAGICIAN. Hooka telling of the bloody deeds favor by their truly wonderful perFloyd Is a magluan of I'twanfjer bo).s, the Dalton gang, and more than ordinary skill, whllo his oOlhoc desperadoes, are sold In many wife Is as clever as can be in mind reading and mental St. Louis stores to mere babies if "The entertainmenttolepathy." wan In they have 5 or 10 cents to pay for the extreme, opening withvaried few a clever card manipulations and closing TJ; "lumber yards bunch" used with a most gratifying Illusion. The Co read thein while hiding in their costumes, paraphernalia and stage outfit of this company have never ;in?provUcd timber "caves." .Minuet! school teachers say that been surpassed by the most famoua havo visited the e dtda't study as well as he Bhould magicians that part Mrs. Floyd city. secona '.tevc done. If they had put a plane, In thegave aa inhibition of her almoat vjk saw and a hammer Into bis hands en or others. MOHALA. of Jose James and his gang, the formance. (&fo-bal- and filled in the very brief Intermissions with popular selections, thus making the program one continuous round of pleasure "More sleight of hand work constituted tho third part of the program, each trick performed, being, If anything, moro wonderful than Its predecessor. The usual request wan made by Mr.. Floyd for a small boy assistant, and this afforded considerable amusement. A manly lookllng little fellow from tho audience responded to the call for assistance, and his apparent uneasiness concerning what would come next caused many a hearty laugh at his expense. He stood the test well,, however, until the magician announced that he would perform the 'decapitating trick,' when th little fellow fled precipitately from the stage, making it necessary to omit (?) this bloody feature of the evening's entertainment. "The dexterity with which the Floyd's wont through the entire program, no tiresome watts causing the audience to become Impatient, kept the great crowd la a constant state of expectanoy and everyone seemed to be entirely satisfied with the Chicago, Feb. 23. ".Mrs." as tho proper title tor all women marrlen and unmarried, was advocated at n meeting of tho "No Vote No Tax Lcaguo" here today. "Mrs." Hello Squire, who has never been married, president of tho club, set tho cxamplo with cards newly engraved In that style. g Tho league Indorses tactics of tho and wlndow-smuslilii- g British militant suffragists. brick-hurlin- Mr. Ringo as Delegate. Tho Hon. Ben D. Hingo, of received fiom Governor on Saturday a commission as delegato to tho Conference for Education In tho South, to bo held at Richmond In April. Mr. Ringo was appointed from Daviess county. Every county In the stato will have a representative to the conference. ry Flying Men Fall. victims to stomach, lhw and kidno traubVtt J oat like othiur poope, (with like newuUs in loss of uppotlto, bodcaiqlie, ner llqUsA. fausnetis, hoadulve, iwd Unq4, fcaUnir. But there's no need to flool ail ibhat as T. J). IVmblaUIenry, TteAn., proved. "Six ItatUes of ElflpUrta Dititars" he write, "dU mqre itio ghw me new stnongtih and eoad wmrtlte lUun all oUior stionuwqli mmodliM I uaepi." .jo they help everybody. Its tolly to suitor you when Otis grpat tpmedy will tram Uwe Xirat dose. Try It. Oniy JO run-daw- When the guard left the palace with tho prisoners there were no Blgns of disorder or of the presence of rebclB. it was a bright night. The moon furnished a clear light and the guards were able to survey the routo before them. Tho Journey was without incident until the automobile arrived at about the Intersection of the Avcnlda dc In Bosa and the Calla l.ccumberrl. In the c.Urcmo eastern part of tho city and within a short distance of the Penitentiary. At this corner five men leaped from the gloom of an alleyway, crying, "Vla Madero!" They began shooting Immediately at the guards in the leading automobile. MaJ. Cardenas drew his revolver and discharged It at tho attacking party. The ruralcs opened fire with their attackers wcro by perhaps thirty armed men, who came running from sldo streets, nil shouting, "Viva .Madero!" or "Viva Suarez!" and all firing upon the two automobiles. The prisoners were killed almost at the outset of tho fight. The government's statement sas that the Madcrlstas turned a heavy fire upon tho car In which Madero and Suarez were riding and that tho car was damaged by bullets. Each of the prisoners was hit by many bullets. MaJ. Cardenas' ruralcs charged the attacking party and dlsperbed them nfter several minutes of short-rang- e firing. Ono of tho attackers was killed and several were Injured, as stated. After MaJ. Cardenas had taken the bodies to the Penitentiary ho returned to the National Palaco and Informed J'rcaldent Iluerta ns to what had happened. The president directed his chief of staff to send for the cabinet ministers. Tho prosldent nnd tho cabinet conferred nnd then tho nowspaper correspondents wero summoned at tho palace. This was two hours and a half uftcr the murders, when Iluerta gavo out his statement. President Hucrla seemed to bo laboring under great emotion. Wrapped in his military cape, tho president walked up and down In the green room of tho palace while his statement was boing dictated. vGen. Blanquet, on tho other hand, appeared utterly unconcerned. Tho president's rooms wore guarded by tho Chnpultepec Cadets, who aro trusted absolutely. little son, Ira G., of Olaton visited Mr. Tom Wilson and family last Sunday. Mr. N. C. Camp and family. Mr. J. A. Stognor and family dined at Mr. D. C. Whlto's last Sunday. Mrs. Milton Boyd visited Mrs. M. B. Wilson last Wednesday. Mr. Arthur Raley, of Olaton, visited his brother, Mr. Eatlll Raley last Sunday. Mr. It. H. Basham and wife moved to Roslne Inst Monday where they will make their future home. Those on the sick list nre Mr. Estill Raley. Mr. N. D. Daniel. Mr. C. C. White nnd family left last Tuesday Tor Illinois where they will make their future home. Mr. I.oten Wilson and wife visited .Mr. Anderson her father, Martin last Sunday. Mr. linden Moorman, of McIIenry. Is visiting relatives In this neigh borhood. Miss I.ucIIo St. Clair Is staying in tho exchange office nt Hartford. .Misses .loslo and l.eotia Wilson entertained a few of their friends last Wednesday, February 19, In honor of Leona's luth birthday. Those pres ent were Misses Eunice, Maggie and I.orena Wilson, Miss Edna Bays, Misses Dora, und Myrtle B. Fnught, Miss Maudle Wllsou and Misses Oma and Ora Camp. All present enjoyed a nlco time. .Mrs. Nancy Basham visited Mrs. J. O. Wllsou last Saturday. Rev. B. F. Jenkins, of Owensboro, visited Mr. G. W. Wilson aud family last Monday night. her brother, -- For Rent. The Z. Wayne Ellis farm, containing sixty-fiv- e acres of fine bottom land, two miles west of Hartford. Forty-fiv- e acres cleared. Good dwell- Ing, outbuildings, twenty acres In meadow and flno water. For terms apply to W. E. ELLIS, Tho Produce Man, Hartford, Ky. ' V EAST VIEW. 3 M MttKtaj a.t all druuroUts. Fob. 2.7. Tho Infant ulrl of Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Wlgglngton died February 22, of whooping cough. MrB. Amelia French died tho 17th Inst. Sho was In tho 51st year of her age. Funeral services wero conducted at tho resldenco on the lsth by Rev. John Bennett after which her remains wero Interred In the family burying ground. Mr. and Mrs. Arment Mayflold' spent Saturday and Sunday at An- UersonvUlo with relatives. Mr. U. J. French transacted business at Llvla Wednesday. Messrs. W. T. French and W. E. Illnton went to Owensboro Tuesday with tobacco. Mr. Elder Dodson and family spent Saturday and Sunday at Owensboro. saleST Mrs. W. J. Martin of" Dermont, 24. Mrs. Clemmle Wilson and Is visiting relatives In this vicinity. Fob. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Stewart havo son, Marvin, visited relatives In Fair-vieneighborhood from Wednesday la grippe. Miss Pearl Taylor, of Habit, la until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Jamison and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elte family are visiting their daughter, Martin. Mrs. R. C. Neal at Ceatertown at Farms for Sale. this writing. Improved and "iualtnprqved Aums for Misses Josle and Leona Wilson were the guests of their sUter, Mrs. sole. Call on qr adjdroaa, Arthur Raley last Sunda. ELI WE3L.Br. Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Wtedman and U AdV. R S. Ha.ntAwi If v. , . w P .y1 - ,,. vl w