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The Hartford republican: March 7, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913030701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 7, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. A vEJhe Stye Job Work. PROFIT ON Jlartfod fkjtttblkim DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE 0i: OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 34 TEST VOL. XXV. HAliTJFOED, OHIO COUNTY, KY., E1UDAY, MAKCH 7, 1913. OHIO COUNTY TOBACCO conipanlcs affected by tho Supreme ARMY CHAPLAIN HAS t'ouit decision of last December had MADE until then a Htlll further advantage, BUSY AND WORTHY LIFE In that their ton tracts with Indeby which thci pendent companies, secured domestic toal at 03 per cent of tidewater prices, wero not (lis- -' Holding Religious Service Is But turbed when the prlco of coal was Small Part of MinRaised Miners' Wages, In Increased In June. Independent While the operators paid their Illinois the same ister's Work. creased Fuel Cost. Increases In wages as tho larger coal companies, they got only C." per cent of tho price raise, while 35 por cent A chaplain Discounts of It, or S.75 conta a ton went to tho noncombatant, with troops being u Suspended lEven although there have big companies. been instances of alor and heroism To Make Dividends As to the anthracite mine workers, by men of their cloth, a doubt has tho report says that they benefited arisen In tho thrifty legislative mind Larger. by the strike agreement of .May -- 0, if whether money could not bo saved last, not only by nn aerage Increafcc j by dispensing with tho army chaplain of ".C per cent In their wages, "but (f .".. IJanUoal through tho concession of certain r.nd calling a local minister In post March hlngton, coHAnles increased tno wages oi working conditions which wero con- towns to hold services. This vlow of tho matter displays thsJE. employes :t tho rate of $1,- - sidered of importance, although they such a dearth of Information about ngreu- a year by the Btrlko cannot bo measured in terms of monof last .Mny and Increased the ey; an additional item of Importance the duties and usefulness of army of anthracite to consumers $13 to the miners being the partial rec- chaplains that ono of them, Capt. Joseph Clemens, of the Fifteenth In , according to a report based ognition of their organization, both by tho Ilurcaif In the negotiations and In the form fantry (to give him his' rank in tho run Investigation service), has answered In a letter to ftLabor submitted to tho liouso to- - In which tho agreement was signed. the Army and Navy Journal the quesiy. Tho report shows that all tho opInfrequently asked by memby Secretary erators, most of tho dealers and the tion not Tho report submitted bers of Congress: Of what uso are "fagol is the result of an Investlgu- - miners, nil gained by the Increase army chaplains? Utoa conducted In response to u I lousy following the wage agreement and uwblutlon, asking for tho "elements that thu consuming public nlono Conducting religious services Is a "KSffcost und profit Included In the paid higher prices without any com- small part of the army chaplain's work, a minor part perhaps. If he pensation. yrMent nign price oi nnmrariic. is the right kind of a chaplain he average Increase of twenty-si- x Rln collects a library for the regiment. tH a ton in wholeale coal prices distributes the books and takes care discovered to have been made of them. He obtains the books by ce the Btrlko agreement of last personal solicitation; they are not In The Oil Field bought with Government funds. One splto or the fact that the regiment (wo suspect It Is the Fif$4,000,000 In ln- about teenth Infantry) has a library of sed wages during the year, the 4,000 volumes, and when the regiment iort adds that "the recent Increases Is ordered to the Philippines or anyprices have been more than sufWest Kentucky Oil Company Is where else the chaplain packs up compensate fully those com shipping cnt to from COO to COO barrels per the hooks, together with stereoptlcon ics whose costs of production have week from Wells No. 1 and 2. No oil and lantern slides, popular games, an eased more rapidly during the hns yet been pumped on Well No. organ and music scores for tho en lit years and nt tho same time, 3 on the Howard farm, although it tertainment of the troops overseas. very greatly Increased the pro- is believed to be the best strike of He must find a placo to display tho companies, of whom any f those jut. Well No. 4 on the Carter bool.s and also a reading room for m f.ro nt iast scleral, whose farm will ho broujir in probably the men, sometimes a tent. A decreased soiupjtlmo. of production ansL. chaphUirtm' duty In China wo sus cmalucd stationary ddrlng the pect It was Chaplain Clemens ac period," Tho contract i.as icn " Jar a quired a movlng-plctur- o outfit by the al for tho domestic uses lucreas- well near Vletc y r. .oci .:.use, lo- sale of photographs. Ho was the enoer 31 cents a ton cation not deflnl.c . ..etormined, and tertainer and lecturer. Tho chapPd fraction it on pea coal ami tho small steam drilling will be commenced within lain. It must begin to appear, has cs 10 cents a ton. These figures the nct thirty das. other duties and occupations besides ire based on comparisons of net preaching and praying. elpts by the operators after the Mr. J. D. Shaw, of Lawrencovllle, He holds Sunday-schoofor tho cement of .May last with their 111., will begin a well on tho Sullcn-gc- soldiers' and officers' children when elpts during the same months, arm, near Dukehurst as soon as there tire children. Ho superintends no to September, 1911. the machinery can be gotten in a post school for part of tho year, f the more than $13,000,000 gain-b- y place. with ono teacher all the year, .for all tho operators after the strike soldiers may attend school at least Work has been temporarily discon four ' months, If they wish. Ho prewbb derived 'cement $10,000,000 m general increase In prices and tinued by tho Hough River Oil Co., pares notices, plans services and enut $2,.0,000 from tho suspen- - nt tno welter won, ana tno antlers tertainments and supports his own n of April and May discounts, nre enjoying a vacation at their work even to securing his own hymn Ho In nddlllon a limited number homes at Lawrcncevllle, 111. bodks, becauso Congress cannot af operators aro reported to have ford to authorize such expenditures. Having failed to recover their drill covered largo sums through the Tho right kind of a chaplain has of coal at premiums tnado pos- - and stem, which was lost In the Cox no Idle hours. He visits the hospitul hlo by the shortage of shipments," well about two weeks ago, it has every day, not only to sooth and com become necessary to abandon that fort the sick, but to read to them dent to tho strike. b a result the operators not only location, and a new ono has been se- not homilies and exhortations to lead ned by saving this discount, says lected nearby on the same farm, a better life, but chiefly humor In report, but Jn addition purchas- - where operations will shortly bo com- proso and verse. Sometimes tho chapwho wero unable to sccuro their menced by tho same company. lain recites to the patients of a ward. 1 supply In tboso months woro Dally he goes to the post prison with d to buy It during Juno, July or When spring weather opens tho in- words of cheer and an armful of mag list, when discount rates wero dications aro that operations in this azines. The dying soldier calls for amMtr or m September and later field will bo begun on a largo scale, him, and he bears the last message wh"en full circular prices aro charged. las leasing Is still active and many to the man's family and receives metho report says, locations aro talked of, - which will mentoes to be sent home. The chapThe 13,450,000 was'; not profit becauso out of It 'fjo far toward dovoloping the terri lain Is tho friend and guide as well caino tho cost of tho six weeks' ces- - tory during the spring and summer. as tho religious adviser of soldiers of work by tho strikers and who respect the cloth. Ho often 'tno increase in inoir wages. Parcel Post Has New Feature. saves them from themselves and o Increase In wages, however, Washington, Mar. 1. On July 1 keepB tho secret. There aro nights report adds, represents a raise next tho feature for lectures and moving pictures as Fjonly & to 10 cents a ton In tho post de- well as a night for prayer meetings. will, bo added to the parcel t or coat production, partment of tho postal service of tho There are a hundred and ono little report docs not estimate how country. JTho An order putting this Into offices purely social that tho chapi uch more tho public paid for its New effect today was signed by Postmas- lain porforms for tho soldier. 1 last year than In 1911 dates had York Sun. General Hitchcock. Under the Eiantlnued, although it says that tho ter approved regulations, a parcel bearIn wholesale prices affected iaereuso ing tho required amount of parcel Convention Call. Vltall nrlci'S nlld tluit In nil commutl- .... ,... - post stamps may bo sent uuywhero By order of the Republican and ?f? auvauces wero ion. 'i nu- in tho country, and tho amount due MM tneso Progressive Executive Committees of jpttilll Increaso averaged 25 cents a from tho purchaser colloctcd and re- Ohio County, a mass 'convention Is stovo and 40 to CO cents on mitted by tho iMJXou o department. hereby called to meet at tho Court i MWUlut bum. the llouso In Hartford, ' The regulations provide that mlt Now York, Philadelphia and parcel must bear tho amount duo March 22, 1913, at 1 Ky., Saturday, o'clock p. m., wningiou reiau uuvuuceu lui tun from tho addressee, and tho collecfor the purpose of adopting a platvery closely with tho advances ed tion will bo mado, provided the Fthe circular prices of tho opera- - amount Is not In excess of $100. Tho form upon which tho candidates for county offices, who may be nominatfeq will bo ten cents, to be affixed by some instances, however, the tho sender in parcel post stamps. ed at the Geuoral Primary Election first Saturday iu August, Shall matte woro much more pronounced, I This also will Insure tho parcel to the raco under the Republican embleu h the report cites Springfield, an amount not to exceeu dv. at tho November election. and Manchester, N, II., where S., All Republicans, Progressives, Inapproximately $1X0 a ton; Titantic Survivors Wed. dependent voters or members of othand New Haven, where Boston Now York, Murch 2. Two survi- er parties who intend to unite with it wm 50 cents. "" dealers, It says, beno- - vors of the Titantic disaster, Karl us In support of the ticket so nomiThe' retail lawn tennis nated are Invited to attend and take very unequally from the price II. Behr, a widely-know- n tlted v . ... j. i. player and Miss Holen Nowsom, were part In this convention. iu. wnetner ineeo increuueo tedyaiw R. 13. MARTIN, asonable must be determined, married today In "the Little Church Ch'm'n. Republican Ex, Com. ort adds, (or Individual com- - Around the Corner." The two were W. 8. TINSLBY, saved In the same bboat when the 33 12, Ch'm'n. Progressive Ex. Com. liner went down. report shows that the coal fbe "PHILANTROPHY" tn work-benefit- ed -- ls rf i" . ', collect-on-dollvc- ry . i'ia,... post-offlc- me Ingham $120, which was left on tho dresser In tho room where Edwards FRIEDHANN waited whilst dinner was being finSOLD IN 0WENSB0R0 ished. In the cdurso of an hour .Mr. and .Mrs. Baker left for t'urndlse and .Mrs. Moonlnghani for Mr. nml homo Brownsville. After reaching A. S. oi E. of Ohio County Sat- Mr. Moonlnghani discovered thnt $50 His Am- hml been removed from the purse. Mildly Censures urday Granted Release to Returning to Central City the sererican Critics. vices of Chief l.angley wero secured Poolers, If Desired. and they went Immediately after the negro. Ho declared that ho was Innocent, hut when required to dis Suggests That They Wait And A called meeting of tho tobacco card tho lust sock he wore though ho poolers of the Ohio County American shook It Industriously and failed to See Before They Make Society of Equity was held at the dislodge the money, wlien Chief court house in Hartrord Saturday l.angley Comment. took hold of the sock right morning and afternoon for purpose In the too was found all of the of deciding what should be done with money. Tho negro wilted and contho crop or this county, the comnilt-te- o fessed his guilt. He had his exam Now York, March 3. Dr. Friedrlch having failed to successfully close ining trial Wednesday and was held Franz Frledmann, discoverer ofa m a deal. over to the grand Jury. which ho says will cure tuberIt was voted to release those pool culosis, changed all his plans tonight. ers who felt that they had to make NO CREEK and announced that tho treatment an immediate sale of their tobacco, Feb. C Since the Society of Equity of sufferers from the white plague giving them permission to sell any has turned the tobacco loose, giving will not begin Monday, as given where they wnntcd to or could, and each farmer a right to sell his crop, out. those who could hold off selling for there is a great stir among tho farm The real estate people, It is underthe present were asked to bring their ers. A great many aro taking their stood, objected to subletting tho tobacco to Hartford, and other Equity tobacco to Owensboro and Llvermore. Fifth Avenuo office In which Dr. houses In the county, where It would Yet the majority will prize and Frledmann purposed administering prized and held for a. future sale. be pjilp to Louisville. It Is the aim of his cure, because other tenants in It was reported In Hartford Tues jthc farmers at present to raise bur- the buildings were up In arms against day afternoon that none of the buyley and a better grade of prior this having the place besieged by an army ers In Owensboro would buy a leaf year and put it on tho open market of consumptives seeking relief. of Ohio county tobacco, but the Ow early. Dr. Arthur C. H. Frledmann, the ensboro Messenger of Wednesday Tho school at East No Creek clos doctor's brother, stated that all pe- rmorning has the following to say of ed last Friday. The day was spent sons desiring to test the cure must tho deliveries there Tuesday: with spelling, ciphering nnd recita- present a letter from their family Tuesday was really a tobacco day tions and speeches made by the pu- physician, giving the status of the In Owensboro. The loaded wagons pils and patrons, after which Supt. patient's condition. The letters will came from every direction, and a Leach in a pleasing manner present be tabulated, and the patients noti large amount of tho product was left ed diplomas to the nine common fied when tho time comes for a conIn Owensboro. Registration at the school graduates of this school, viz: sultation. several houses were heavy, nnd there Misses Jessie Park, Dena Rial, The majority of physicians of tho Is sufficient tobacco In tho city nt Clarice Ward, Bessie and Bertie Ren- city are still withholding their ap present to occupy the attention' of frew and Sophia Ward and Messrs. proval of the cure, and out of this the receivers until Thursday night. Clarence Renfrew, Charlie Ward and objection arises the difficulty of sufAs on 'Monday, a large amount of Pearl Sanderfur. This is the highest ferers securing letters to the Berlin Ohio county tobacco came Into Ow number of common school graduates doctor. Dr. Frledmann said It would ensboro, and many loads of this of any school In tho county, due probably bo two weeks before the weed were disposed of at the auction mainly to the efficient work and ex could begin testing the serum here. house. Nine loads were handled by care taken by the teacher, Prof, Dr. Frledmann said .today, .that T MauagerLancastcr, and he has a tra U. Shown. Miss Dena Rial, with hlsonly purpose in coming to ' this . number of "consignments on hand to a few chosen words, in the behalf of country was to Insure the correct offer tp the buyers this morning the pupils, presented the teacher application of his remedy. Ho said whon the sales begin. with a nice watch fob. details of the preparation of his seBoth the Green River and the Eqrum would be given to physicians to uity associations recelcd largely on Fifty Dollars Reward. benefit tho greatest possible numbel Tuesday. The latter association was for Information that will lead to tho of sufferers. well represented In deliveries from 'The principle of treatment of tuOhio county. A great deal of the recovery of ono new Springfield army said Dr. Frledmann, rifle and three 3S Colts revolvers berculosis," amount sold by the Equity associa(army regulation), or any one of "with living bacilli that Is bacilli tion has been delivered, and the adunchanged is plsltive-l- y mission of the Ohio county poolers them, and to the conviction of the absolutely now and must for that reason be party or parties who stole them from will not nialio a great deal of differH) Third Ky. In- thoroughly studied nnd learned, as . ence, as It will take much more to tho armory or Co. is the case with everything else that fantry, In Hartford, Ky. fill out their orders than they really Is absolutely new. JAMES M. DoWEESE. can furnish from Daviess, county. "A physician, no matter how great Capt, Commanding Co. This is fortunate for the Ohio county In experience or how capable, la v CLARENCE B. SHOWN, people. qualified to Investigate and criticize 1st Lieut. Tho following sales were made at 33t2 new prncples only after he has learnthe auction house on Tuesday: B. ed how to apply them and observe Methodist's New Pastor. F. Colbert, $8, $5.30, $3; J. S. Bentho results. nett, $7, $C, $2; L. D. Bennett, $S, "The chief thing I Insist upon Is $0.30. $3; W. C. Ashley, $7, $5, $2; that it is not only necessary for a W. T. Llsles, two loads, $7, $3.90, physician to possess a correct remedy C Rem-bol$2, to .Murphy & Woods. for tuberculosis but he also must two loads, $6.45, $4.90, $2, to learn to indlvlduallzo with regard Vaughan. John Tlchenor, $7.23, $C, to usage. $2, to Ross & Co. Glenn Crabtree, "So far as the Frledmann remedy $7, $6.30, $2, and J. D. Chappell, $7, Is concerned ho must study especially $5.70. $2, to Gallaher. In regard to the repetition of, the Especially important la treatment. Oil Field Shows Activity. the interval between the first and Winchester, Ky., March 1. Several second Injections. now oil wells are going down In Mor"I have learned this only by many gan County and leases are bringing kkkkkl years of study and observation, and almost fabulous prices. Tho two wells kkHk9k9kkkkW It Is on this point that experience la at Cannel City, though nearly a mile required because of differences In inapart, are steadily producing 300 to dividuals and in the phases of the 400 barrels a day, and showing no cases. diminution In either the quantity or "It is clear that success would be quality of oil. Developments will foljeopardized by failure to observo prelow rapidly In this field as soon as regard thnt Is, In this cautions spring opens and tho machinery can REV. WILLIAM E. SAVILLE, method of application and Interval. bo hauled over the mountain roads. "It Is my entire aim as soon as k syndlcato has Pastor Hartford Methodist Church. The posslblo to obtain rooms where 1 can started tho drilling of another now Withdraw Complaint. treat a largo number of imttents of well near tho mouth of Grapovtne, A complaint filed against thto Illi- all classes. Tuberculosis is especially in Perry County, and are still adTaya disease of the poor and Ibwly, and ding to their already lnrge leaso nois Central Railroad by the lor & Williams Coal Company, an to them tho treatment will be of of holdings In that vicinity. The syncharging great benefit. dicate now has nearly 100,000 acres Ohio County Incorporation, that the railroad compuny had fail"It Is not true that I have any under lease. ed to furnish sufficient care, for tho secrets. I will allow every physician transportation of Its output to tho to seo my method of treutment In-s- o Found Money In Sock. far as the size of tho room will Central City, Ky., Feb. 28. Chief material damage of Its business, was of Police Langley made an Import opened for hearing yesterday by F. liermlt, becauso I want all Bufferers and arrest Thursday morning when E. Gary, examiner for the Intcrstato to have the benefit of It. Commission. The com"As soon as physicians have learnhe secured Jim Edwards, a negro, Commerce who has been employed at Collins' plaint was dismissed whon It was an ed the method thoroughly they shall Livery Stable for somo tlmo past. On nounced that a settlement had beon recelvo It and later they also shall Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Rob- made. E. E. Gregory and S. A. York, learn the method of preparation.'" ert Baker, who had Just returned of Central City, and W. A. Wlckllffe, McCrearyto Eater Race. . from their bridal trip to Owensboro, and W. G. Duncan, of Greenville, Washington, March 4. Gov. telephoned tot the livery stable for a wero among tho operators in the of Kentucky, is preparing to conveyance to tuko them to Paradise. city yesterday to attend the hearget Into the race for United Stated The carriage was sent up to the ing. Louisville Herald. Sonator. In conversation with a Kenhouse with Edwards as the driver. Farms for Sale. tucky Representative today he Wtf. He reached there just as the guests iSirtiu for no doubt as to bis intentions. Hexl and utvWnpnqvad Among the Imp-avwere eating dinner. planning to become a candidate, but guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Moon Ing- sale. Call on or aAdrcgu, ELI WESLEV. If not yet ready to make his formal ham, of. llrownsvllle, who carried It 3, Ilufttynd, Ky. announcement. with them In the purse of Mrs. Moon- - U Adv. AGAWDELATED so-ru- a d, kkkHkkkLlL kkkkH kkkHkWlkHr?'' HkkH Tarbell-Hoydrlc- i 'i id I mi miiif. flS . -- i " i nttf .( i f 1 T N ! 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No .subscription can be taken for the Herald to bo mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier. . crud to iierfuctlon. oil Coiil no more than lh tuiiK. klriit WOIUC-a- vc r'inl mv In wiikoii Your dealer work. UrnU direct &IUHKX ey. OH liaa BOl.lTM ttv iroui our Chas. C SMI Ofl Co. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now I LontovUIc, Ky. Xtflnory at Warren, Tm. W anil Ilia celbrate4 "Ma Carl" Auto OU. This offer is'good for a few days only. t 1DIJH f Ml HIDE PRESIEEIIT Many Thousands Witness His duction Into Office. I CEREMONIES ARE IMPRESSIVE New Executive of Nation Takes Oath on East Portico of Capitol After Marshall Becomes Vice President. By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington, March 4. Woodrow Wilson of Now Jersey Is president of tho United States and Tho.iidn Hlley Marshall of Indiana Is Tlio Instant thnt the nt noon today In front of tho capltol wcro completed, tho Democratic party of this country "camo Into Its n own" again nftcr an absence of years from tho precincts of ox t. oath-taking ceio-inonl- J I ccutlvo power. A throng of many thousands of pcoplo witnessed the newly elected president's Induction Into olllco. Nine-- ' tenths of tho members or thu crowd wcro entlniBlastienlly Joyful, tho other r f i ' - Jr. '&$m '&&'"v TK mKMF j tJtSJJ President, Woodrow Wilson. good American citizens watching a governmental change ordered In accordance with the law and the Constitution JThe Bible which during each ot four years Is kept as one the treasures of tho Supremo court, was tho Immediate Instrument ot tho oath taking of Woodrow Wilson. Edward Douglass Whlto, chief justice of 'the United States, held the Book for Mr. Wilson to rest his hands upon he mnde solemn covenant to support tho Constitution and the lawc of tho United States, and to fulfill tho duties of his office as well and as faithfully as it lay within his power sue-cessl- tenth cheered with them, as becoming to do. Thomas Riley Marshall swore fealty to the Constitution and to tho people In the senate chamber, whero for four years it will bo his duty to preside over the deliberations of the members of the upper house of con-'gres- Ceremonies Simple and Impressive. Both of tho ceremonies proper were conducted in a severely slmplo but imost lmnrofrslvo manner. The sur roundings or the ecene of the presi-dent's Induction Into office, however, not so hlmple, for it was an out-event and tho great gathering i and uniformed civil of mllltary.-navorganizations pvo much moro than a touch of Bploudor to the scene. In the senate chamber, where the, tho oath was taken by tho man now of tho United btates, there wero gathered about 2,000 leople, all that tho upper houBO will without tho risk of danger Tecauso of' tho rush and press of the It Is probable that multitudes. ehe In tho United States at any time are thero gathered an equal number of men and womon whose ames are so widely known. The 'fcitherlng in tho senate chamber and later on the east portico of the capl-to- l was composed largely of those prominent for their services In America, and in part of foreigners who nave secured places for their names .In the current history ot the world's doings. j Arranged by Congress. The arrangements ot the ceremonies (tor the Inauguration of Woodrow Wll-so- n and Thomas Riley Marshall were jmado by the joint committee on arrangements of congress. The Benate 'section of this committee was ruled !by a majority of Republicans, but Ithere is Democratic testimony to tbe fact that the Republican senators iwer willing to outdo their Domocratlc (brethren . in the work of making or Jderlyand Impressive tho Inaugural iceremonles In honor of two chieftains of the opposition. President Taft and President-elec- t twilBon rode together from the White House to the capltol, accompanied by two members of the congressional 'committee of arrangements. The victv resident-elec- t also rodo from tbe White House to the capltbl and in the carriage with him were the senate's president pro tempore, Senator Bacon ot Georgia, and three members ot tbe congressional commltteo of arrange1 1 of-donl Jf-ntalJ her (o wltncrs tlio of tho was ny ticitet, ana it in nccllc.i to sny ovcry scat was i occupied. On tho floor of tlio chain 1)T wcro many former members of tho sennto who, because of tlio fact that thoy onco held membership In thnt body, wcro given tlio privileges of tho floor. Aftrr tho hall was filled and all tho minor ofllclnli of govern ment nnd thoso privileged to witness llio cercmonlcB wcro seated, William 11. Taft and Woodrow Wilson, preceded by tho ecrgennt-nt-nnnand tho commltteo of nrrnngoments, entered the sennto chamber. They were fol lowed immediately by elect Thomas It. Marshall, leaning "I'on tho arm of tho president pro tempore of tho senate. Tho president nnd tho presidentelect sat In tho first row ot scats directly In front nnd nlmost under tho desk of tho presiding ofllcer. In tho same row, but to their loft, wcro tho and two former of tho United States, I.evI I. Morton of New York and l A. Stevenson of Illinois. When tho distinguished company entered tho chamber tho sennto was still under Its old organization. Tho oath of ofllco was Immediately adminMar-thai-!, istered to who thereupon becamo Marshall. Tho prayer of tho day was given by tho chaplain of tho senate, Itev. Ulysses G. 1). Plerco, pastor of All Souls' Unitarian church, of which President Taft has been a member. After tho prayer tho administered the oath of ofllco to nil tho newly chosen senators, nnd therewith tho sennto of tho Unifcd States passed for tho first time in years into tho control of tho Democratic party. Procession to East Portico. Immediately after tho senate ceremonies a procession was formed to march to tho platform of tho cast portico of tho capltol, whero Woodrow Wilson was to tako tho oath. Tlio procession Included tho president and tho president-elect- , members of the Supremo court, both houses of congress, all of tho foreign ambassadors, all of tho heads of the executlvo departments, many governors of states and territories, Admiral Dewey of tho navy and several high officers of the sea service, tho chief of staff of the army and many distinguished persons from civil life. They were followed by tho members of the press and by thoso persons who had succeeded in securing seats In tho sennto galleries to witness tho day's proceedings. When "President Taft and the president-elect emerged from the capltol on to tho portico they saw in front of them, reaching far back into the park to the cast, an immenso concourse of citizens. In the narrow lino between the onlookers and the platform on which Mr. Wilsojt was to tako tho oath, were' iirawir up the" cadets" of tho two greatest government schools, West Point and Annapolis, and flanking them were bodies of regulars and of national guardsmen. Tho whole scene was charged with color and with life. On reaching tho platform tho presitook tho dent nnd president-elec- t seats reserved for them, seats which were flanked by many rows of benches rising tier on tier for tho accommodation of the friends and families of the officers of tho government and of the press. Mr. Wilson Takes the Oath. Tho Instant that Mr. Taft and Mr. Wilson camo within sight of tho crowd there was a great outburst of applause, and tho military bands struck quickly into "The Star Spangled Banner." Only a few bars of tho music wero played and then soldiers and civilians becamo silent to witness respectfully tho oath, taking and to listen to the address which followed. The chief Justico of tho Supreme j court delivered tho oath to tho prcsi-wcr- o dmit-elecwho, uttering tho words, oath-takinI s ' Ad-lant t, I NLmn iiuiMi Ui nflE fSUL Pft RUDE in New President Reviews Immense Inaugural Procession. AVENUE A GLORIOUS SIGHT General Wood, Grand Marshal Veterans, National Guard and Civilians In Line Indians Add Touch of Picturesque. By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington, March 4. Woodrow of Princeton, Wilson, ns rodo down Pennsylvania avenue today, nnd later rodo up tho same avc-nu- o as president ot tho United States, and as tho highest officer of government a tow minutes thereafter reviewed tho multitudes of soldiers and civilians which, with playing band3 and flying flags, marched by to givo him proper official and personal honor. For several nights Pennsylvania avc-nu- o has been a glory of light. Today it was a glory of color, movement and music, here are 300,000 inhabitants of tho city of Washington. Its temporary population is nearer tho half million mark. The absentees from tho flanking lines of tho parade wero most, ly tho pollccp.cn, who were given or-- , ders to protect tlio temporarily vacated residences of tho capital. Woodrow Wilson asked that "Jeffer. eonlan simplicity" bo observed in all things which had to do with his inauguration. The command for Jeffer-eonlasimplicity seems to be suscepThere tible to clastic construction. was nothing savoring of courts or royalty, but there wa3 evidence in plenty that tho American people love uniforms and all kinds of display which can find a place within the limits of democratic definition. It was a good parade and a great occasion generally. Throngs Vociferous With Joy. The inhibition of tbe inaugural ball and of tho planned public reception at the capltol bad. no .effect as a bar to the attendance at.tthls ceremony ol changing presidents. Masses were here to sec, and other masses were here to march. There' was aTgreater demonstration while, the procession was passing than there wa3 four years ago Victory had como to a partywhlcb had known nothing like "victory for a good many years. The joy of posses n with General Wood an tho grand marshal of tho whole affair nnd having n plnco nt Its head. The display, In tho words Invariably used on llko r MSN tfjff' A jb w 0 occasions, wna "Impressivo and bril- bsjfjK liant." Rcculars In First Division, Tho regulars ot tho country's two nrmed scnlco naturally had tho right of way. Muj. Gon. W. W. Wothor-cpooUnited States army, was in command of tho flrflt division, in which marched tho soldiers and sailors and marines from tho posts nnd tho navy yards within a day's rldo of Washington. Tho West Point cadets and tho midshipmen from tho nnval academy at Annapolis, competent beyond other corps In mnnual and In evolution, tho futuro generals and admirals of tho army, had plnco In tho first division. All branches of tho army service wero represented In tho body of regulars engineers, artillery, cavalry, InKlisssM'.'J II iMiJiTtl'iliTw Vt'iili isssl i kMHHW ft tulilfsw"). V AM .l,'i,. fantry nnd signal corps. Tho sailors N battleend marines from half a dozen ships rolled nlong smartly In the wnko of their landsmen brethren. Tho National Guard division follow0hio County Drug ed tho division of regulars. It was commanded by Brig. Gen. Albert L. Ui art kir i). ky. MMPT sT''Lmp MMmjIM Mills, United States army, who woro medal of honor given him for contho spicuous personal gallantry at the battle of San Juan hill. General Mills Is tho chief of tho militia division of tbe United States war department. Tho entire National Gunrd of New Jersey was in lino, and Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Massachusetts, Georgia, Malno and North Carolina wcro represented by bodies of civilian soldiers. Cadets from many of the' private and stato military schools of tho .country had a placo in tho militia , division. . Veterans and Civilians. Tho third division of tho parade was Duke's- composed of Grand Army of tho Republic veterans, members of tho Union I II w I'lMrtAMJTsvBffiwM Veteran leaguo and of the Spanish Gen. James B. war organizations. Stuart of Chicago, a veteran of both M&tfBI-ragBWgetting untolo tho Civil and Iho Spanish wars, was pleasure out of In command. c Liggett &Mytrt N. Harper, chief marshal of Robert Duke's Mixture sack.. W$&BW&3mi3ESP!rP the civic forces, commanded the fourth s affStStKDPfjI-sS' ne e Package division. Under his charge werepo-litlca- l many pipefuls of pure,' mi5f organizations from all parts ot smoking- or, If you'plcasev the country, among then being TamU wil1 make man! cI2arcttes 'cG "represented by 2,000 of Its many, . thegood KJIsBBBtftfolA-- f kind that yesav braves, and Democratic clubs from Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other cities. , They put the American Indians into the civilian division. The fact that they were in war paint and feathers helped out in picturesqueness andydld Mem--benothing to djsturb"the7peace. of the'TJnJfedHunt-Clubao- f f nUBbleJtillfrAA MB HssMfc3ElHtPe3ffiHilKMW in riissW-Bs- iifry1 rliisWMt -- V ftgWeMmBiLsi WMMm$BfltfflPM W Ca.K Kj WSSXSSW&'SBSSk A jZmt iIHr y V Coupons For Mixture Sack ihe Out or lainSRSsrallinll &Sr&Kif&$ll 'GEEr&'fflil&' SkSxmSsaM'KwJB: holds--BjjgS-S- '" ' '! it. rs - CfUsk -- '' kVy v ' V .XM t tint iMf' wtvi tno.i LVfo&gk&Z , made bjr & Myerjt'Tobacco Co', at Dor ham, N. C, is the favorite with. cigarette smokers. It's the tobacco tbstt tbe-Ueg- Duke's Mixture, d ett CS' wii ? I who want milfl- uiu.n luuuiu Jugular.-wiiaoEaeii,- . theti-uV"ta'st- e RpTppf rl tnlnnrk of "purer, .' ! I WVre'makincr tlii. hmnrl thnl.-.W.-Its kind. Pay what you kill, you cannot get better granulated" tobaoctf than Dnke's. '' Mixture. You still get the same big one and a-- '' to. vnir ounce saps5c. enougn withmake, many cigarettes for " And each sack you get a book-o- f cigarette papers andta-prese- nt coupon, FREE. : ''I ' I ' Save the Present Coupons many-handsom- J FMSSSMBB Calm ,''; JflfeMsrvjBiiiiiiim. Chief Justice White. "I will," becamo president of tho United States. As soon as this ceremony was completed Woodrow Wilson delivered bis Inaugural address, his first speech to his fellow countrymen in the capacity of their chief executive. At the conclusion ot tbe speech the bands played once more, and William of tbe Howard Taft, now, United States, entered a carriage with the new president and, reversing tho order of an hour before, sat on the left hand side ot the carriage, while Mr. Wilson took "the seat of honor" on the right. The crowds cheered as they drove away to the White House, which Woodrow Wilson entered as the occupant and which William H. Taft immediately left as one whose loaso bad expired. , ' ments. J. The admission to the senate cbam- - Escorting the President-Elec- t to White House 'at a Previous Inauguration. slon found expression In steady and America rodo in this division. Their abundantly noisy acclaim. pink cents and their high hats apPresident-elec- t President Taft and were not thought to Jar ave-nu- o parently Wilson were escorted down tho by the National Guard troop of "Jeffersonlan simplicity" from its cavalry of Essex county, New Jersey. seat. Pink coats wero worn on tho hunting field in Jefferson's day and in Tlio carriage in which rode Marshall and Presi- Jefferson's state. Thero wcro 1,000 Princeton students dent pro tempore Bacon of the United of States sonato vas surrounded by tho in tho civic sectionorangetho parado. and black tho Black Horse troop of Many of them woro members of thoy were somewhat the Culver Military academy of Indl sweaters and perfectly proper. Stu- ana. This Is tho first time in the his1, noisy though ..,. f ln.mirl mrnmnnW Hint n UentS irom seventeen Oiuur cujicgua II ..HtkiAMnliln-- l llfAWA t IriAtl f guard of honor has escorted a vice- UIIU UIUVClBlllGD tJ4U UlUUUg lut oath tak- marchers. president to tho scene of his Spectators Cheer Constantly. ing. All along Pennsylvania avenue, from Parade a Monster Affair. block bepoint n .- .u.w.1..., onrl tho ...... v T1.A mllltnfir wmca Mvll nnmrin us the capltol to a House, four spectators the yond the White nuge aiiair stretcnea length for miles along tho Washington were massed in lines ten deep., The streets, formed on the avenues radiat- cheering waB constant and Woodrow ing from the cqpltol. After President- Wilson cannot complain that the cereelect Wilson had become President monies attending bis, induction into Alar-sha-ll office wre not accompanied by apWilson and parently heartfelt acclaim of the peo had become Marshall,' they Weht straightway from ple over whom he Is to rule for at. the capltol to tho White House and least four years. Every window In every building on thence shortly to the reviewing stand Pennsylvania avenue which is 'not ocla the park at the mansion's, front' GeH. Leonard1 cupied for 'Office purposes was rented The parade.-wlth-M-aJ. Woodumted " Stabsi army asltsi weeks ago for ,a good .round sum of grand marshal, smarted Irom tna,.capH money.. Every, room overlooking we tol grounds to move along tho avenue, .marphlng .parage,, wap ta,kea by asto the White House, where It wits' to, many spectators as couno. nna a, vani-ag- e point from which to peer through. pass'ln review. The trumpeter march" at tbe Instant the tbe window panes. Tbe roofs of the. signal was flashed from the White buildings wero covered with persons house that In fifteen minutes tbe new- willing to sthnd for hours tn a March ly ejected president nnd commander-in-chie- f, day to see the' wonders ot the' Inaugupartlc--ularlot tho armies and, navies of ral parade, andrmany glad ot an opportunity to go would be ready to .home and, to say that after many years review '"his troops." It was thoughi.tbat the parade might waiting they had seen a Democratic lack'somo ot the picturesque features, president inaugurated. , The parade passed the reviewing to tbe which1' particularly' appealed people oh' former occasions.' There stand of 'President Wilson, who stood were Indians and rough riders here 'uncovered while the' marchers saluted. not only when RqosQvelt was Inaugu-- , When the last' 'organization bad iofllcej marched by dusk was coming down. rated, butwb,e,.h)quw!ut nnH wflfl fliinortAdnH hv Will m H. The hundreds of thousands of electric' 'Taft. The parade, however, in houor; lamps were- - lighted and Washington of Mr.fWIlspt)' scotvod to.be plctur. at night, beoaroe along its ..main thoresquOj enough la its. features to appeal, oughfare as, bright as Washington at (9, the , multitudes. They, corjalply, day. The loss of tho attraction of the, Inaugural ballMwas compensated for, made noise enough over it. The ' procession1 was la divisions,- by the finest display- - ot flreworksr-i- t is1 sald, thla city ,haa ever known. T CI j.-- ..-, Vice-Preside-s6und-ed4'forwa-of,-thoyi 1 With the coupons you can get articles-suitabldesirable presents for men, women, boys and girls.. Something for erery member of the household. Special offer for February and March only Our new Illustrated catalogue of presents will bo sent Free to anyone who. us their name and address. Coupons Irom Duke't Mixture may bt assorlrtf . A aith taes from HORSE SHOE. J.T., TINSLEY'S- NATURAL LEAF, GRANGER: coupons horn FOUft: TWIST, tin--.. . Rntrs PICK PLUG CIGARETTES. CUT. PIEDMONT' CUX CIGAR, ETTES, and other tatt or coupon miud by ui j..li -- . mlV'VT y1 3 smML vtr .wa Premium Dept. n VC V',- -i r- c5 cUwtttv'M-uM- j iTte... - 9 i jni' St. Louii, Mot. BsaunmK&snss Raley, near Horse IlrancW IaaC &a.-j v this day. Feb. 24. Farmers are Mr. Little Smith , is- - going- beds. fine Weather burning plant the last of this v.cdu c Mrs. TJlford is on the, sick list Mr. Charlie .Feenisterjjsniwncwtas slowly. Htrmt)thor.",Mrs: 3Cssi.- this week. Is on the sick Feenister'lB al'soiljnijrovrtlff Mrs. Francis Ezell Mrs. JuIle Aldtidge 'aid..'ma&;er5ar- list, also Wlrs. Tom 'Tucker Is very celved a telephone message r.UrC!"a9-da' ' low.' 'f telling alioul' "j'lr. ; Tom,!),iearfsr la, grippe. Aunt anoMaden has the child Mrs. Mary White Is some better thoy left,qn tlio first tnfln t'pratKirat this writing. ,ville jvhero ,Mr.. Miller .rettrntg, Mr. James King Is going to move ' t' i. :i his ifaiully tor Henderson. In, tho near ' future, , , , Mr.4 W S.., White has 'rented Mr. For Iafant and CkiMrm. a Ring's farm, and wlll move as soon KUjg moves out. '. as !. f Mr, Joe Maden went to lartford ' jA7?c Bear the last aur(aay,, jBIg nature of ( Mr, W S, White,, wife and son A1'!! " (lali(p, i'rs, White's parents. '' ' ?-? Mr "'and Mrs. Tode poydiear Fords- The VeilcdiWarnlngi sw .witTitfn,j-'y4 III ) .Monday night. ", I wyj j ' ln,.tho norq (o( Irela,iiI u, tstojoit lueo" Mastor Marttn Powers, of Hartford, beepf'placed, oij the b.oiiJfi $t fl?z-au- d 's' vIsltlUK.his uncle. QlenDuke. UjOj Inrmatlojy ofrana!ri- - t Farmers .are yery ,anxlous to boII, it for ' bears thl$lnBciinV tonacco" as- some i uvius yun.i heir .otlcer-rWhe- n iW?Jonp fomp- condition.' tgcll In Its 'present fr. Lester White 'andn ' brother, J der nater l,t. ..lenll, vlsltett1 ttielc itncle Mr. Este.l FAL0. busy uolj-1-derson- r-- " -- y' iffiVjfiJRjd''-- 5 - CASTTORJit: -- r,i KyVwHarAIitl rjmffr ' yI--- ot '. , - , - "0,(1. ,r t 1 1 1 ' 'f rf TtytJ VAlHllJUMWM! JTT.." .;MrtaaS&ttte it , 'n Hurtiord Republican. Rntatfd BfTorJInc i fUrthiril, K.T.. b nmll 1 nmttr nt 111 I'cwuifflrr nt lh wvniid v r a poor town to aiuRe a diPOtit ration The? ne uou'it cof a kr 01 fvnijmlhi. howe'er 'raa 'lus mi"-apovr-worl- IHBIIHHBBMBIMHH I il pernnieti ri"-u- B ' C. M. BARNETT, J. NEV FOSTER EDITORB J I 1 Mi PrwiKhmt Wlliwti fl isr r'fi f i will not d"t kpiiliaante ' lew he Htmdn for them U wei nt Uwni wtwn 1m WBH'e' Vtl'eS L to KA.MEY E. DUKE, PUDLISHEPE J. NEY FOSTER AND PROPRIETORS. for hunwi: Art n't Jit be given u chance to nave the cimntr' ofTIc gt oh-lit- - r hoys te ' Spring 1 Uvlf jffl ats and Coat Suit up-to-date J la thlt. issue is a call o'- - a lur-t- y mm Convennou of JiurcBB.veK Republicans and lude;ieiid,r,. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS t he held In Kartfort' rau.-u- u' Rnlwcrilwn' il ItIhc ttir i'iiT iit t n twit j Marrh 22, to admit a platfo-- n. u mn ddmw nitut plrc tlie oil! iiililTww II nmkliiethr which the candidates of the coal -nquMt tlou are to make the rure this fall TnnolleltpU mrninffliitf will hot ! wmrn-- d BDlra urrnmmnll I'f IMMtuc. for Bounty officer and thr iouse of will rrtve no Representatives Annr.Tninu einnmnnktiUiiii ThlB convention should le largely attended by votorF from all sections of the count and we hoe all elements will he all communications Hartford Republican. to ur JKrAjn1 i-- Li tali ritiver so attractive and the nrices never more li iCd-OUU- . Spring Coats are very popular with TVirv r4nlnp nn1 f"aVr?rc waro Jrnnnr, 4,! u'c-CXllC Mjica auu lauww nwv We sell "i reasonable. nothing but the best in coats. The famous PALMER make nttni-Uoi.- . Prices From $10 to $20 Each. Friday, march : Announcements. FOR COr.VTT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce I Kj .. B. T1CHEN0R of Hartford, route a. up a candidate for the Damo-pmTle nomination for the office of County Judge of Ohio county, sub- Gnjiirral . o .r. mtinTi nf ti Primary, Saturday, August ", IMS. ' The Hartford Horald la oar tries to Incite the Ohio County Taft nien against the Hull Moose, hi the next, it oniluttnrE to inflame the a?alns. tlie RfpulilicasiR. f i M ;iiar. stm tobacco to punish Ohio A.UUSt 2, ISIS. County for itc uioneer orcanizatiun worl:, and In thlF effort It hat evi- R'r are authorized to announce j' dently cnlUsted md where the tobacco JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford. Ky., growers have a right to e.ect gli ji candidate lor the Democratic aunnlaaticn for the office of Jailer gS. Ohio county, subject to the action WEOKG, AS CSDAL f the General Primarj. Saturday The OwenBboro Inquirer heads an August 2, IMS. of 744. and we suggested that roundly criticised by meniliers uf the locks claims. The "rain-era- s uUI" America iD the Bible editorial, "Elephant and Moose Mar- - lation - IteniDcraiii party for JubI such ltonis " Mr Johnson should reniemlyr HartPortland. Oregon. March 4. That wu, fou"d 101 m0T tm-- n yM s e riape." and tabes as a cue tin Turhs went Into the rrns once lDWing quDtatiDn Irom thut mosl Un- - lord, which has 1,IH)0. "We might aUo as was contained lor Hodgenvillr and North America was the Biblical Land 8C,uU- - r Klamath Falls. This tnis lu almost every Hardiushurg and lltch- town-lu- t little t brrond douat that W too oiten. reiianie of &n unrelmble political have added or them lrnltig larger than other of the towub "Why not apply or Nod and that lu first city. Enoch. lt Union. ln-field, both state ll,r slBtd ou the Pacific Coast founded by Cain, boii or Adam, was -j Kalteubacher. of the Lou- UEngland should Invent elastic win"Ha- - lriod ths.n had been Hodgenvllle. The La Rue County Her-- some of this money to road build- - located lu the Klamath Lake couu- - at kn ville Times. iow glass for the suffragettes. That would be a genuine help try of Southern Oregon. uld, printed at Hodgeuvllli, takes JnVbd- - ulteniien, lauvi hWly on the state- The Jlepublicans and "Bull ception to our mild suggestion and i to the people o the country, but we men JUBt made by Charles Jiallock. lhr "'0,P''3iJ trat In which the Perhaps the most admirable thing Moose" Df Ohio county have . .. imagine that many of these Congress- nzj t . comes back with the following: Bailey is the "ex' . kbnut i, jj., .i. muiuut. urcxineoiopiBL. tl'llll wnK fntmH uic gotten oer the bitterness of the men who vote for needless appro which be has riled in "Say bo, you're a little sore A R"'t nuinlier of relics cad Pitni.nri presidential campaign and the BUffragettes esjiect to Did those priations to build exjienaive public iMmun of Harvard Xinhcreltv. about lt are you not? And where Dr. 1'lonienu of lirahlstorie days ve tca county offices being at stake are dance barefooted out doors on a cold buildings at cross roads townb and Hallock has concluded extensile n-- ln tue Klamath region for which the did you get that little notiun that "framing up" for a "union t obstruct creeks with lockb and dams popu6tS "without taking cold? Hodgenvllle has only have been wholly ukable to search work ln the Klamath region flnd ticket to be voted for at the would shy nt a proposition to a lation? if v.e figure our populaman Castro was kept in and he found numerous renmlns of n0001"1!- - Ancient burial place have That nert November election. The jimpriate the same money from tin a hich civilization that flnurihlid tion Jn the same proportion that uncovered and other evldwces for some time learning county committee has inyou do yourb. we Imve a good XaUonal treasury to assist the peo- - at u rcmme K;riod or tlniu iof a civilisation far older and birter he was going or coming. whether dorsed the plan for a fusion 12(10 pie ln poor counties in building ma- -- ,,.,. than that souls in Hodgenvllle. And by the American 1VK JVnr Hflllrir,. Hrl. ticket and the Progressive county Following that great woman cadam roads. what'b more, you've got to get a Indian. I Cain, lirst artlfirer lu iron and organization will consider the parade last Monday tbere was hustle on these davs if you keep People of the Klamat country nae bronze, flourished, aud Nauiali, his proposition at a meeting to be A Slice at a Time. flome simple but Impressive exercises in the rank and nuyiiow its a taken to reading tholr Bibles to learn sister, of Laniech. held the latter part of the week. on the 4th pretty good asset to hae a few The DeniocrutiL theory, if we may) Eden Itself, he belieM. was located If Dr. Hal lock's discoverii-atrv Col Cicero M Baruett, one of fellows of the stiekiuc plaster judge irom its journalistic propound- - on the now submerged continent of with the Bcri'itural account o' the Slie suffragette who duneed bare-Jootthe leading "Bull Moose" chuni-piouvariety to let otherh know about ers, is to take a slice ofr any rate Tula, or which the Islands of Paly- - "rm IKOple aud are much Interested on the marble steps of the in the state, is the chief you, someone built along the a ;jought to lie too high, the size or nesia are the sole remaining moun-th- e ln his rtBcarches. Search hub been Treasury building Tuesdu offered sponsor for the coalition of the same lines us J Roserb Gore." slie depending on the Congres-- i ' tain peaks. started for further remains or the good argument for her cause wmgs or the Republican two The Herald beeliib to tahe exce-tio- u sionai guest of now largr it should Thib continent wub submerged by first city, founded when people turned part." in his count and feels conThe Hartford Herald sa."b the to the iiumiier of souls credited lie, und nun wail to see what the the Noucbiau deluge At the same from their nomadic life and gathered of success Kalteubacher In fident pensions matter ie still to Hodgenvllle, and wantb to know rebult will iw. ttme, the southern portion of South ln communities. . Louisville Tinieh . UtliaiOL lrifT"l, ' Miii. fire ' and that there is no money mi lilt are Klamat PalU the if the manufacturer still gets too Auiiirica arose from the tbo mil- -' inquirer then proseeding upon ... ' . . . The , . in the Stu Treasury to pay these fci.T- .,u 41. u.. much I'rotalou. tube off another sidonce of the otliur eondnont caui'-Bli- planning to put on an old English ftu the idea tnat tiie aiioe statement ..CI, notion' iiini claims from the V ashiugtou M he iw not gut enough, put iP n eorresi.onding bulge, equallz-JiUUcvtravacanra, " The of Nod.' it the whole truth and nothing but "little to QiBputch tne LouisvlIP Times, and in connection with a water carnival sunit o. that which hah been n,B iund surfneeh. Dr. .Hallock says: President Taft surely had a lot the truth, chidefc Mr Burnett for de-then after reading the above in the Many or the residents of Enoch next summer. j of fun and 'ulfilled a lot ot promises serting his principles In the first La Rue County Hyrnld w gut lurth- - tahun uwt The trouble with tint, is that it. were presumably refuceeb irom Tnln by appointing to positions Piute. .Mr Baruott it. uoi ub.lul spon.State of Ohio, City or Toledo, i that he mie the Senutt would no sor for tlie coalition of thr two wings or "little notiun" from thi lilli) Cen- j iRaoreb tne fact thut too big a hIIlt at the tiimi of the Noashlau delugo. 3' Lucas Oounu. hub liimurt. which gives HudgciiBvllle taKen ol. may ruin a business., close Tlie rogion nbotu Enoch war known ' confirm. pi the Republican party of Ohio coun- TYank J. Choney males oatli M7C. 744, and Hartford JUHt .... .. The MI1WT1 III Illltl tl i TIIKItllnli Illlli IIIUVI 1.. ty, or in fuel any Kind of sponsor "w 1 J m ! -. ...v or the . reference by the Herald to the fact --.,w uUp0.. ... ,; ,:, ....... .' ...- The Huerca governnienT is now tn- - i .... - -. m.uuu .. u u some- - p 3. Choney The suggestion and proposition came natf i Co., doing business ing ro get the rest of the Madero thut It bus a good asset in .1. Rogers Blow action ut Congreus the needed uient. Cain, son of Adam, ropresen- who do not live from Taft men. ln the aty of Toledo, County and Gore, we presume tneuns that tlie remedy is olitnnwi family bad. from Cuba, presumably tative or the sucond gnnorution of the in Hartford and eventually resulted Secretary Sut o aforowiid. and that said Hrni 1 to Congressnmn Johnson Paying too muoh for things, but, human race, wab born outside of the 1m to give their friends a chance to "ret-- ! in ,. HUXDRI.'I) the proposition nf the Renublirau , . ,oe ureuueu jiu me ..,.,., ur- - having of i rue" them jj.wv is in the money to do it. is prof-- , garden, which was in Cden, after the DOL1 li&y the ,v,Vv czj L VR "" irD,fftatJoB vhh which I0 purchase erable to having no money to buy csl,ulBlon. Eu0U laJ. ln J Our to A ice President the Progressive con.mittee. with au lop there AVell, things, no atter how cheap they ward of where Adam and Evo were bc r id u iuu. uiuu umu 4. j uuuiiiuuui jiruvimuu, wmun nun ueuii we are very sorry, of course wc have tno UM of fclrs nminnnn are. born. ThlB place cannot at present , riitvKy made known that he is going to cut nccepted by the Republican comI able to furnish a secretary not been But by all means let us have It. be defined, because only small part. 1 . out snobbishness uud 11 e the simple mittee Mr Barnett is not a member Sworn trt .uhnbeJ know-Mrto the Congressman, aud we whatever it is going to be. Then we or u wert. 0n unchanged after the In mv lie- or either comtulttw, but he is in Hit while In Washington. ' KMIA.U .hl Cll, Amr nt , ... " ". Gore to be not ouly a good sec can tell best what to do -- Brooklyn ,1.,l.,. ,1... .1 hnrty uccnrd with the arrangements. retary, but a Bpleudid gentleman Times. Jiere is looking at you President so of Polynesia, the islands and moun- fur as they have prow-d- ed and , A. V, "!! VKAV thP fi. ,,nrir., Vllaon. We shull nut hesitate to tain ik1 now above water, help us "Mc. , ,u,u ",u,r ,,u lxircel and ,,url,or "''one referred to above, .. in the Ko Ose to Blase Themselves. to determine whatever good you may do aitd Js u,ea n. wrong, ulthnugh nib principles in so doing und he8anie mlwm of Conmy amaemn whatever The actual discoveries on We have already noted the Daven- . .. , .,.. ., the triiststhat the editor of the Inquirer Ileral(J ,g Due that BpUh you jnay not hear about it. port Democrat's warning to Wood- - "Pacilfjc Coast regarding the City of, NooJ Vnd will I greatly relieved by this ln- of the waeaat ,urtbc glnB aB row Wilson and his Congress. A m ,n cocounul. at ..Enoch have goiibImm! of line, Btonc SJ,trrn d for mMm(luW "When the editor of the Hurtford formation. A platform convention has 0ii0W1! cent .reduction or a certain sched- - aud a .few tools at neen j Toledo O. HBld voted a luBion ticket, some uxduy,caueu to meet in arnora, Hat- - ( "The majority of the cltbsenb of jier it aaye, will ruin three of the IovoIb. There metalalso traros ofvarious,I are h" ule. orudo s, Jiarch 1. to formulate a nlut aii'4cirlits X" ago, we presume he left his Hodgenvllle are fully in accord ji largeat Industries in thut city. Oth- - machinery, us as Inscriptions nd VU Hall's "Trieclples" outside the booth to br form upon which tiie candidates ot mllv Pill" for con-e- r with the Herald's suggestion that warnings ure being given out, plutogruphs on what appear to have sttivAtloa up utter the trying ordeal thf coalition will stand, and iuas- - j the lot adjoinlug the Herald offg&ered ' Prom the Industrial centers of the been found, uud none o thene aw . much bb the .inquirer article doses over. fice should lie purchased by the South they ring out cleer uud loud, iu perfect coudttlou, but It Is $25-Iewar- d-$25. by wondering what kind or platform Government as a site for the publt Is alleged. ' dent that they are union? tin. n),iwt Cev. BleaBe of Eouth Carolina re-- will be adopted. Mr, Barm .1 will unlic bulldlug." JiMfhy offer a reward of J." fr will Bpell ruin id the factories, mills ever discovered. o march in the luaugural dertake to furnish It with a copy the Ah. ha! The lot adjolulug the Her I rrcst and detention of "The dlBcoverlus show that the of a cwnpuny nr vory first opportuulty in the mean-- f ald building is no doubt a good one und industries iu the uecton where because h JVHTod Trom the If their 'whole place formed u great umpire - time, we trust Democracy is dominant. that the Inquirer and and Wf. Bt,,KCllDn by tnt Government, from Morylund. uotwlthstauilure well founded, and we thut muuy rnutus extended out counl 31 IVwuiIkt S, 191S. H ls aU ooA VemosraXB oi other critic will bide their time w!tk would buve no B1HJCm, objw.tion but were imc R 'pcl " ncll n heU;h wfigb patleuce with their trust In tlie Lord. ' Jn view of tnlB 8urt 0, 8U0W,nB$ whttt lleve they ure, they have no one to from the city. H Ih priibuliln that the Btamling. bout ,J;o POun.1 hair dark hroo blame but themaelreB. Marion (lu.) gold wua bmught up from the south, uud uot be led astray by false con- - lg0J1 of JU.tat d(t(. t .aCt lh0(W fel. RegiBter. 04rfi ot "" :U: lo &' or Cajiforula, while the tinyxcB wore boul cUBlya'' The Aaieriean TohMto'Comimny In. vho ha t j lows i these inuny " ' ". .mmmmmmmmmmm V.V. MlDMFr, . . . probably tlie uitates which um fi.imrt mf . ... declared a dividend of JG.OOQ- ,been httnilnc wuoiit the ex- Chamberlain b uougn itemeuy nas Jallw Oh.. Co., K oounu touaeeo, is jMQ, ami yet Ohio - tnoro ta Krcut uuuiitltlnu pvim tottivj . i Mgrr.l,. Kravucance of the Ronubltcuim. The won its Ereut repututlon und extanItiKl nXaV toecwe 'it is mdil to be lu- You can say gooJhy to conn.?' A fuw weeks ago we noticed among Representatives Blve Bale by its remarkable cures of The 'fuels indlcute the birthplace of Hon witth a c)Nr fouscloiu The poor aunpany mbjiit lone thi Items for "Kentucky coutuined InJ Doniocratlc House of It w cougbB, colds und croup. It can be the imople troui which the early jlJt pa8Hed tne largeat "pork use Chamliertaln Tablet. Many fTP mmmej on it, you know. upproprlutlon blU in the depended upon. Try it. Sold by All habitants of North America Hprang,' bwm iMrnatiN)tl' cured by their o to us Washington, where . r. hui- ror wlc hj AU rxxV. hod a popu- - history of the United states, auu was ixauc. item stated 1kx Bec are ttenled a vote, nofe Valeli the CTiat i e are ntithorizeu to announce lu. kmtth. nf Hartford. Usute fi. as a candidate tor tne uamocraji: """- 'for the office of County Court Qerk or Ohio countj. cubject to the action of the General Trlsaary, Sat- urday, August 2. 1SI" ' TOR JAILER. We are authoracd to announce C T. TTJRXER of Hartford, Ky., candidate fcr the Damosatlc nam- ination for the office at Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action m tnc General rui.u.j. A-- - ,por corTT coruT clerk. . and to ca)i the climax. tuniB tn tin iiecroeB for aid b quoting same unknown jicrsDn. and we charge pure!y in Ita own iiituplnation. witli savin::, "Oh dans th? tiiRscrs." 'Xv don't 11Md thorn until the elestion da;." he above cusp word Bounds more like the Uorald oditor than an: one else and we arc of the opinion the Rcarv oripinateQ jn his era' ulum. The Hartford Herald is BtX or- Icrillg pc aljvirc to the Ohio Caua-natia BuD Muosc on tv j IusiQn qum,yon Thi iE j Bhec. Tccaaty udnn::ed tUa: i tobacco crop la this tbc jegjjj, cnunt is .nf an "infnncr" caii The j Herjlld KaB L.0picd by the Ow- enB,jnro tonlror ane e reaul. iE t()hac0 :now 1Wa. hnulfitJ ,Mn tbere b. our IarmcrE on I a-a-cie , , Our Coat Suits Ri 1 , Possess that superior st3rle and workmanship that appeals to every good dresser. The smart M ' H K' es-ln- g? spring styles shown here will interest you from every stand point Stjie, materials and workmanship have all been considered from a stand point of economy. Suits $10 to $25. Don't fail to see our entire line, and we call your special attention to our showings at $17. lJ-S- . asa,, . ". lnBtanet:E. to a, m lt 1odUp d , E. P. Barnes (81 Brother I L BEAVER DAM, KY. 1 lol-Th- 'a. -- !- 7-- an etc-lopc-d Btif-lra- ge grand-daught- ed fc i "Con-ledera- te -- " n.-- t- i- ue U , tattoo? ;. 7 ""::, .- llr ;. r. I r. rna !- X .. ... ,,,,, . fr j TJ i com--me- ,' !, uiu' l. .J I"'-'."- "'. t Bt g, s i the1,.,,.. j fr. ' lo,,' U' Oh'.o-feur- s 1y be-'u- ud xv-m- a itfifl fn ri "" tHsyrrtTKEiKTraanuxaasa Jstw . c -- .; ywmMj'A'i.wwfcaia f W$J& JlJL-ck w w e tfe. &--& 1 ia 'm1 mu r fe. Mrs. Clmiilo Blnnkcnshlp, l Will fay top price Tot good butcher U.ini, havo returned from fcnttlu. Lot mo know. 11 ti visit with relatives at Ilcrrln, 111. It. U. BALDWIN, ; Heaver Dam, Ky. .Mrs. R.W. King bus boon at tho 3lt7 MIbms Mary Siouurt nml 1211a .Mc- -; liedsldo of her mother, Mrs. Vt. M. J Flcner, of Henvor Dam, for several Kinney, of Braver Dam, will arrive" toda to he tlio guests of .Miss Mury ' i!as. Mr. James II. Thomas, manager of Marks until Hiimluy. of llr. nml I)cncr i After Sale 41 Clean-Up- s f isv t re ,h al or el :s n V M tr. V L tho Tanners' Milling Co., of Ueavor Dam, was a pleasant culler ut this ..cXMFry. r I k. h. office Monday. r t 111! ILI L SHAPE Indian Runner iJiick Eggs for sale. lo eggs for 50 cents. .MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, R. 3, Heaver Dam Ky. 34tt It you have something lor sale, advertise It In The Republican, Hartford. Rates are low, and gladly fur3ltf nished upon application. Lieut. andTTlr8"."cril. Shown and llttlq daughter, Ruth Conway, route 3, Hartford, were pleasant callers at The Republican offlio Wednesday. Col. Thomas J. Smith "left Tuesday afternoon for Oklohoma City and Lawtou, Okla., where he will spend scleral das visiting his daughters. Eggs For Sale B. I. Itocks, Pope Stock, per setting, 15 eggs for $1.00. Indlnn Runner Duck Eggs. 13 for 75c. MRS. JOHN W. SANDCRFUR, R. 7, Hartford, Ky. Dr. J. A. Duff, who Is now practicing at Nelson, Ky., visited his family at Dundee last week, and was n pleasant caller at this office Monday. Engraved or printed calling and business cards can be had upon short notice by gKIng jour order to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. Prices and 32tf samples gladly furnished. any kind Sale bills, stock bills or of hnnd bills, of any description, printed on short notice at The Republican office, Hartford, Ky. Prices are right quality Is first cl.iS3. tf. If you bae eggs or poultry for sale or want to buy, try an advertisement a few times In The Republican. Rates for advertising aro low and gladly furnished upon applica32tf tion. In this issue of Tho Republican will bo found several announcements of those having eggs for hatching purposes for sale. Patronlzo thoso hero at home. They will appreciate It. Messrs. H. It Rowo and L. A. Klmmel, Rockport; Sam Roach; Crlt Mr. and Mrs. Fleetwood Martin; Ward and John W. Sanderfur, route 3, Hartford, were among our callers Saturday. The Hartford Basketball team playHardlnsburg here last ed against Friday night at Athletic Hall, and irs. ,JV, l. FJenqrqfJJcaver Dam, after a hard fought scramble, the , -score was 19 to 11 In favor of ,the has been sick for several days. Mr. Berry Loney, of McHenry, was Hartford boys. FRIDAY, MARCH 7. F We are fortunate- - in getting a spea pleasant caller at this office yesterday. cial offer for The Dally Louisville ' Mr. J. D. Williams, of Beaver Dam, Daily Herald and" the Hartford ReH. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Iu-.t- n nle.isant caller at this office publican one year for only $2.75. This price is 50c cents lower than- - any ofTuesday. at Hartford, Ky. 32tf. fer made before. Mrs. W. H. Barnes andMIss Annie h. & N. time card cffectUe Monday Patton were shopping In Owensboro Louisville ' Dally Herald and the Aug. IMSt. Hartford Republican one year each week. No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. last for only $2.75. Offer will not last Old papers, nice and clean and daily except Sunday. long so send in your subscription to Re114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. tied in bundles, for sale at The No. tf this office. This is open to old as publican office. dally except Sunday. well as new subscribers. ' The Gales at the opera house next No. 115 South Bound due SH5 a. m. The Gales, In Indian costumes and Wednesday night as next number of daily excopt Sunday. will appear at the performances, No. 113 South Bound due 1:40 p. m. lyceum course. opera house next Wednesday night, dally except Sunday. Rov. W. U. Savllle filled his reguMarch 12, as tho next number of tho II. E. MISOHKE, Agt. lar appointment for the Methodist lyceum course. These performers are Church here Sunday. said to be very fine in their art. weekly, and Tho Courier-Journa- l, Mrs. Ernest Woodward and little Tho Republican for 51.50. Send your daughter, Alice Louise, returned Wed32tf nesday order to this office. from Louisville, afternoon Elsewhrro in this Issue appears where Mrs. Woodward has been In XkvI They our special clubbing offer with farm an Infirmary for several weeks. accompanied home by Mr. were and Ranch nml Holland's Magazine. Woodward, who went to Loulsvlllo Don't foruct our special offer for a few das since. the Louisville Dally Herald and The Floyds, "thVmaglcians, illusionists Republican one yeur each for only and mind readers, performed at tho 32tf. 12.75. A saving of $1.25. opera house Wednesday eonlng unone year is only der auspices of the Hartford College Tho Republican $1. and your subscription is apprelyceum course. The house was crowdciated. If you aro in arrears wo would ed and tho entertainment was Imbo glad to have that, too. mensely enjojed, and pronounced to Weekly Herald and be the best of the kind over in HartKNOWS The, Louisville EVEN THE MULE The Hartford Republican, one year ford. Whore the best feed comes from. each, for $1.35. Scud all orders to Mr. Arthur Kirk, who has been 32tf the principle of the Rockport high The best way to get them by our The Republican, Hartford, Ky. SPECIAL CLUB OFFER The Lou- school has closed his school at that store is to buy some feed. isville Herald, daily, and The Hart- place, ana moved to iiaruora, wnerc TRY IT. ford Republican, one year each for he will resume his law studies and spent last summer In balk then it's because they $2.75. Send orders to this office". '32tf practice; He If they Hartford studying law, and later sucexwant more." Our feed 1b not an Order your magazines and periodi- cessfully passed the bar examination pense; It is simply an lnvwrtment. cals from J. Ney Foster, Hartford, In court at Morgantown. Ky., and not only save njoney but Your stock will grow better and do Attorney Ernest M. Woodward bas patronize homo people,- - Catalogues more. 32tf leased the "entlro second floor over .. free. Mr. 'J. H. Williams' drug store which Mr. Jesse Hoover, manager of the he will occupy as a law. office, and Hartford Bottling Works, spent a few has already begun moving his library JTh Produce Merchant days thlB weok visiting various towns and furnltuce. The rooms will be ,HARTFOBP, - KENTUCKY on the M. H. & E. and was In the oerhauled considerably and when Interest of his bottling plant. finished, Mr. Woodward will have Mr. Virgil Elgin has received 250 one of the best equipped joffices in U. S. Carson pays cash for furs. rods ot tiling, which he will use in the city. 1 have Hay for sale. . on Ky. draining his farm, 'which lies Mr. A. C. Yelser, the real pstate R. B. MARTIN, Hartford, 33tf Rough River, oppoBlto tho Hartford and insurance .man, has moved bis Mr.' Kck Rial la confined to his Ice plant and tho old water mill. drug office from over Williams room with the mumi. Mr, Harry Monroe, ot Beaxer JJam, stare to tbe room in the rear of Dr. Frankfort, atttended the inauguration ut Wash-Ingto- I. R. Plrtle's offce on the second Hon. 0. B. Likens, ot buildTuesday, later leiolng for floor in tbe Heavrin-Barros- s Monday. was In Hartford New York City, where he will visit ing. .The room has been repapered Herald offer The Special Louisville n his brother, Mr. WiUt Monroe, who and when. Mr. Yolser gets his ofwill not last very long, bo send quickly is engaged extensively iu uiu lumucr fice arranged ho will have an eleyour erler to this office as ' business. gant place. as possible. VS. Ai- - N IH I - softer I Already our new spring line of Men's Oxfords are arriving. We will be prepared again this season as heretofore to sell you the cele brated Guaranteed Patent Burro Jap Shoes, as well as Gun Metal, Russia Calf, Vici Kids and many others, in the very latest Spring models. Our shoes are not over rated, as some are, but are sold to you under an absolute guarantee to you to give you good, honest wear. Remember this when in need of Shoes, also that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. JGb, MliaiSI Hartford Republican. vKtUlH Awavjfift Farm and Ranch, Holland's Magazine and Tho Republican all one ear each for $1.75, thus saving ou $1.25. Will bo sent to ono address or three nddrcsos, as jou desire. Send all orders to Tho Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf Attorney Ernest Woodward has moied his law office nnd Is now occupying rooms No. 1, 2, 3 nnd I, over William's drug store on .Main St. Ills sisters, .Airs. Petty and Mrs. Nance will bo connected with tho new office. 34t2 With this Issue of The Republican. Mr. W. E. Ellis, Hartford's hustling produco dealer, la beginning a scries of splendid display and Illustrated ad vertisements of his business. Tho ad vertisement will bo changed each week and will run through tho year. It will pay you to read them. The Central City basket ball team will play here tonight against tho local team. Tho first gamo our boja played this year 'against Central City the visitors defeated Uio homo team, but tho game tonight our boja claim they aro going to win, and by big majority. 'Ihe gr'a wll nlso play tonight. He was a dismal iailuro In tho city and his wifa had a hard tima Keeping cheerful, but read "Our Way Out" In the March Number of HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE and seo what a bucccsd lie made on a little farm. This magazine and Tho Republican for 51. CO for both ono jcar. Send order to this office. Say, Mr. Business man; do you need any printing done? If you do let us do it for you. Wo 'can' print your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewrit ten Letters, Salo Books, Circulars, etc.", and print them right at right prices. Try us with your next order. Call at The Republican office. 32tf. In another column In this paper will be found the article, "Make the Home Orchard Produce This Year." The problem of tho orchard is an important one, and this article by Mr. J. H. Carmody, assistant horticulturist of the Kentucky Experiment Station, should be of assistance to those who have a large orchard, or even a few fruit trees. This Is the season of the year when folks begin to look around for 'eggs to set their hens, and some wahV'fo Buy both hens and eggs. More attention is being given to the thoroughbreds than ever before. There are numbers of Ohio county poultry raisers who have fine chickens and eggs for sale, and now Is the time to begin to let the people know what they have, and there Is no better way than through the columns of the The cost Is Hartford Republican. small and the returns are large. pages conWith Its seventy-si- x taining excellent Stories, Articles, Fashions, Beauty Hints, Household Helps, and other things too numerous to mention, HOLLANDS MAGAZINE for March will especially appeal to Southern readers. The Illustrations ard especially attractive Frank S. Guild, Chas. D. Mitchell, F. Vaux Wilson and several other artists having contributed. The cover Got design Is done by Henry Hutt. your order in at once and be sure to recehe this number. Holland's Magazine may bo obtained with The Republican, $1.50 for both for ono year. Send order to this office. The examing trial of Ed. Nail, colored, charged with stealing over $100. from Mr. R. T. Her on Tuesday night of last week, was held before Judge C. M. Crowe Monday afternoon. After hearing tho cUdcnco of the Common wealth and of the defendant Nail was released. Sometime during the fore part of the night mentioned, someone went Into Mr. Iter's room over his saddlery shop, and while he slept stole his two pocketbooks. Among he pieces of money stolen was a $20. gold piece which Mr. Her had carried for some time. One day this week one , of the pocket books was found In an alley near Gillespie Bros., shop, but of courso the purse was empty. Hundreds of pieces Woolen Goods, Ginghams, Percales and Calicoes, short lengths, besides lots of Clean-u- p Bargains in every Department. 41 41 41 41 41 ? it & AT PRICES EVEN SALE PRICE. LOWER THAN Mr IP $ 41 ? Spring' Arrivals Daily av W IROSENBLATT'S.f To The Foolers of Ohio County. I havo Just received a letter from Mr. L. N. Robertson of Davloss Co., and bol'ov aro oomo cxtrasta. "Yours of tho 1st to hand and In reply will say that 1 have delivered tho list of poolers but am fearful that wo aro not going to accomplish anything much, as tha American To bacco Co. la simply refusing to take tho Ohio county tobacco while some of It 13 being worked through Bomc way and havo Informed our grader to look after it as far as possible. Tho Imperial Is raising big kck about the Ohio county tobacco. I writet you this S3 that tho situation may bo put before ycu fully; that you may put your people on their guards and know before they start what the situation is." In view of this I would advise thej poolers of Ohio county to bring the tobacco to Hartford and prize it, as we feel sure this is the best plan to pursue. I write this to our people that they may know so that none can be taken advantage of by letting them deliver their tobacco in Owensbroo and be forced to sell over the loose leaf floor. Mr. Massle agreed to take Ohio county tobacco until his contract is filled. By all means don't be gobbled up by such unjust tricks, and lets have a little Independence, and hold for what we feel is justice. HENRY M. P1RTLE, Sec'y. Many sufferers from rheumatism have been surprised and delighted with the prompt relief afforded by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case of rhuematlsm in ten requires any Internal treatment whatever. This liniment is for sale by All Dealers. Kentucky? We havo had a iar d winter here. Some snow ort now. Wo didn't haves a tvkW good crap laat year. Too dry fav cf all kinds aro high btrti-Th- ls 13 a flno stack raising cnurrtrV- Tho last of January I was havixsc food, when my team ran away- - Tiiry up-cthe wagon nnd left mo 2sT tho hay fraino behind. I was crfn&sitS up qulto a bit and havo to gsr acb crutchca yet. Wo aro always glad to get tSte homo paper. Success to Tho Rs$adk-llca- n and Its many readers. ED AUSTKS- EDITOR'S NOTE We are gfa. hear from Mr. Austin and his accident, but hope he wiR amsacr. be able to throw away his cmtclms.- Sik-grounnsi-Slock ct ' :t3X Every year, in many parts of e? country, thousands afo driven- fttnn their homes by coughs and fu'ugraift eases. Friends and busf ness ' are fr3t behind for other climates fiutttafis Is costly and not always sunb.JLbtlt'-t- er way the way ot multltuds is-- . to use Dr. King's New Discovers: saiUE cure yourself at hornet Stay cgJstt there, with your friends; atsA. tatta-this safe medicine. Throat and. Saqc troubles find quick relief, and. returns. Its help in coughs, coJKfeU- -. grip, croup, whooplngsjdu'ghl and ass-lung- s make It a positive 'bleBsfcp. SMb and $1.00. Trial bottle ., frees. Cimit teed by All Druggists; -- Many Driven From Hontoi: fcain mi m Women Suffragists HL For Rent. The Z. Wayne Ellis farm, contain acres of fine bottom ing sixty-fiv- e land, two miles west of Hartford. Forty-fiv- e acres cleared. Good dwelling, outbuildings, twenty acres In meadow and flno water. For terms apply to W. E. ELLIS, Tho Produce .Man, Hartford, Ky. March 5. Sctwe Washington, women, many ot them prominent, j reported to be seriously 111 asitbei suit of exposure to the chill ofsri. lng the suffragist parade on tena&we- -. Many of those who- took pait ia Ofce tableaux that were a feature eS and who dancjfi litri their bare feet, are reported to be rlously HI. Miss Noyes and Miss BGir Anderson are declared to be, thresZaKsv ed with pneumonia. It Is estimated that ot the who particlpaed in the jS of than sazn bratlon, fully one-fifmore or less "under the wiatt',c,v ?SJXUn-wometh ' S. C. Rhode Island Reds Eggs .$1.00 per 15. Baby chlcc 2 .aaP'dJsL cents each. I havo a few hens, $1.00 each. Indian Runntr CXirJc Eggs, $1,00 per 12. Place your aflSsnx now for future delivery. MRS. A. C. YEISERV Hartford.. Krl 1- -j Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, on Friday, February Uth. death claimed the spirit of Jesse R. King, therefore be it Rcsohed, that Sov. Whalln. King sympathy of Evergreen haB the Uvmp W. O. W. In the loss of his .father. Wo know that In the loss of a father's counsel and advice, any young man suffers a loss that is Irrcparablo and wo can only point him to our Heavenly Father, who does all things well and Whose 'counsel Is always safe. It is fur -- The Men Who Suceed',. as heads of large enterpriser snau men of great energy. Success, eonfejec. demands health. To all Is Cot fcsGTV It's utter folly for a man tc. anJanre half aHvr C8k- a weak, tlon when Electric Bitters' witO jmsc him right on his feet In short' owofe- c"Four bottles did me mora resUflHSC than any other medicine I eves torttT' writes Cbas. B. Allen, Sylvant. "years of suffering: witlb sfc- smatlsm, liver trouble, Btomadfe orders and1 deranged kidneys; 5 aslto again, thanks to Electric BaauK sound and well." Try them- - Oaly' 8 cents at All Druggists. run-dow- n, ther Resolved, that as an expression of our fraternal regard, we present to the jfc, copy of these resolutions bereaved family and have them published In both county papers and spread them on the minutes of 'our camp. T. F. TANNER, A IV MII.I.IflAN. "' I HERMAN - .. Notice. - KICIiAKUSUN . W. E. ELLIS J-- Committee, Centerlown Local No. 6071 Is re quested to meet at Centertown, Notice to Tobacco Growers. Morton's drug store, next Saturday, Under tho arrangements made at March 8. A full attendance Ms de- the meeting of the A. S. of D. or, J. M. ROSS, Prcs. sired. Ohio County on March 1, 1 will open much tnoro likely to the Hartford tobacco warehouse on Children are contract tho contagious diseases when Monday March 10, to receive tobacco, they have colds. Whooping cough, which will be prized, as per arrangdl dlptberla, scarjet fever and consump- ,ment with flnunce committee, . T. F. TANNER. tion ot diseases that am often contracted wbeu tho child Uik. a cold. Letter From Nebraska. That Is why all medical n Jiorltles sky beware ot colds. For tho quick Sutnuer. Neb., Feb. 27, 1013. euro ot colds you will find nothing Editor The Republican, Hartford, Ky. Ind 'enclosed Deaf Sir: Please better than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can alwajs be depended check for ray subscription to your upon and It pleasant ami safe to paper. Well, how ,la everything in old take. For salo by Xll'Dcalew. Blow for Suffragettes: Boston. March 5. The ctts? aT woman suffrage recelyod asetbarttu. two New England legislatures loiter A committee in tho iMassacluusMKK Legislature voted to i report lwsttt- ct wlthdraw" on tho bill' provfd&cc a referendum onia constitution i aumi ondmtnt which would ellmMWB UH&& .word "uaie" from the 'provlslctM'ir the qualifications of a Ttarr. Six members of tbe commitUew-- ed against suffrage, three for. two were not recorded. I A similar bill was. killed' & taeo Maine House by a vote of 89 t8.13C-aft- cr It had been passed, by . ta- Senate. s rvTw fvu. H 'wwnwnw m , s , ?nf -- . - nun. .- -. wtt'ttcu..... V lit S.A'V-WVfy.t- t ui mil n mil ii urn ii urn ii mi iiiiii ii ifi m Mm i mm mm ' I 530EBSELlSBtaE SaCE&EKi&ai ERECTING HIS. . HAVE YOTK SUITS I 1 sjj)" !il.ll"dll&fa.ttii J OWN MONUMENT. b 1 Cleaned Pressed il 1 J ftil'lerK, 11 - x., s . i aw w , -- ,j w int nv ' Hew Lestar Bryant, the Doy Champion Corn Grower of Kentucky, Will Buy His Own Memorial With His Rocord Crop of Corn. ' One very fri'iiuoiitly hours tlio re- murk, "Tlmt follow Is erecting IiIh own No on In tlu ItocktlcM luoiiiiiiK'iit." ticlgliborliouil Inst summer ever thought ' Repairing and Dyc-iiineatly done. special attention. Ladies work given U P; R rf J l iHilllW'li'MW'flll tlmt I.octrr Hryiint's reeonl crop of corn would bo thu menus of lnillillii'.' liltn n nu'inorl.il. No miu wntoliltig n vigorous youngster put lilsi life ntul houl Into the work as lie did could liuve forsccu such nn event, and yet If ) i J ; ;, .f X Repaired. Work called forand delivered. Club rate $1.00 per Mats Cleaned and '.iuiiri'; 3 Smith, D. No. .". K. Ii. UlrMionil,' .Master Com- 2. K. C. Hartford, Iteynoldn, Ky. uiinsiuiicr; it. 1. 1 oiiiiih, niaieo 3. Jl. S. ratteiso'i, Olaton, W. 'Y' lnr Mind: T. II. lilncn, Snoi-ri- , I. II. Ii. Airord, Whlto Run, Ky. Hartford. Deputies & O. Keown. 1)1. .1 1.1 rr...j !.. .miKi'i u. liiriutiii i liiiiiiuvr, i it ii'i 'llcacr Dam; (!. I. .lonon, Itouto f. Kt'lltlliK.i. llaiiiord; W. f. Knrp, Koslnu. Court oinonts first .Momlny In Fobi u:tr ntid I'oiitlmicu tlui'o moI.: third omliij In April, two weeks: third Mond.-iIn Octolior two wooka. County lotirt II. II. WwldltiR. 1 cnor, I'rcsldcnl; Henry 1'lrtlc, Scc- -. rotary; S. 13. liciiuctt, rreasiin r. Olilo Covinty COUNTY HOARD OF luiiry I.en ti, l halrniau, linriri.nl, Circuit rourt T. V. HlrMiend, !Ky. . . IiHUe: Hen I). KIiiko, Attorney, W. 1. Ii. n. Tlelionor, Ilnrtrord, 11. F. 11 in 1i1Ul1r .initio.il iirriK. - ul., rtb i ' saa'oyjss&r.!wjiaj at a I ' month. Pressing l A. Glill), 3 ;! I Hartford S Herunrd Felix, Assea-siso- r, Hartford, ICy., It. F. I). No. 2; HARTFORD, KY. 4 I Henry l.eaih. Siiiiorlnteinlent. - Hurt- : ... "1- lorn, ur. A. II. Ullcy. Coroner, Hart23!Z3SK35lSfiXS!SS5SZZfZ EnESitiKUK&fci ford. 1 Y. M. 111.1)0., Hoy, month. Attorney Law Quarterly Court Ileglnn on the HAUTFOltD, KY. fourth .Monday In February, .May, August and November. Will practlco hli) profctalon in UU Court of Claims Convenes rirst and adjoining counties. Commercial Tiipsiln) In January anil flrat Tuei'-iln- y and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. x. In October. ntli.if iVimhii ttri...... 1' o m.... D. No. 2; coiiM'iiea . s. tinsioy, cicrKJ f. li. Attornoy, Hartford. Coiut Mivt .Monday In cncli Otto C. Martin Survejor, KorriaWllu. Ky U. ... Barnes & o Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith isnnsnVinxsM LISTENING TO AN INAUGURAL ADDRESS. GILLESPIE BROS. W. a number of Ills fellow citizens, among whom were, many members of congress, repaired to the capltol. His dress was, as usual, that of a plain citizen, without any distinctive badge Ho entered the capltol unof office. der a discharge from tho artillery. As soon as ho withdrew a discharge from the artillery was made. The remain purIncidents That Marked the Day der of oftho day was devoted to thero poses festivity, and at night in Former Years. was a pretty general illumination." Jackson Almost Mobbed. When Andrew Jackson was elected In the fall of 1S2S the peoplo of tho WASHINGTON'S , west and the radical elements of the south scored a triumph and he was New York Scene of His Induction hailed as a "man of the people." This character was emphasized on the day Story of Jefferson's Simplicity a I . of his inauguration the following Myth "People's Day" When March, for never before had such a Jackson Took Office. huge motley throng gathered In WashBy E. W. PICKARD. ington. Jackson's wife had died not ' long before, and b,o asked that the Woodrow Wilson Is the twenty-sev-entman to be Inaugurated president , ceremonies be made very simple, but "of tho United States, but the twenty-fift- h the masses were too hilarious to heed to be Inaugurated in Washington". the rernje.nt. Trie weainer was pieas; George Washington took the oath of ! anl and tho eail front of the capltol ofow -- PCP ,n New York ana" Jonn Adams was used for the first time for the in- E Philadelphia. Moreover, tho Fa- - auguration. In front of it surged ther of His Country was not lnaugu- - 10,000 persons who wero restrained only by a great iron chain. Jackson rated on Maren 3. Arriving at Ellzabethtown Point, rode to the capltol on a white horse IK. J., on April 23, he entered a bargo and went through the ceremonies with rowed by 12 pilots clad in white, dignity, and started back to the White And passed through the Kill von Kull House. Then began hl8 troubles, for jnto New York harbor, which, was full the people broke loose with a venT -- , I.KSTER DIIVANT. of all manner of craft gaily decorated geance. "The president was literally pursued i nd loaded with cheering crowds. The Spanish man of war Galveston broke by a motley concourse of people, rid- the plans of the Hon. J. W. Newman out the colors of all nations, and ing, running, helter-skeltestriving carry, and they are sure to, the boy fired a salute of 13 guns, to which the who should first gain admittance Into will have erected his own memorial. a At the funeral of Lester Brynut .American frigate North Carolina re- the executive mansion, where it was few days after Ids tragic death at sponded. understood that refreshments would " be distributed," wrote a contempo- Washington Mr. Newman outlined his Arrival at New York. As Washington stepped ashore at rary, Mrs. Samuel Harrison Smith. In plan to a few close friends. The plan Murray's wharf tho guns of the Bat- their mad rush the crowds smashed was so unique and snjeasy of handling tery roared out their salute and Gov. furniture and dishes and seized the that It was soon after decided upon. 's George Clinton and many members of food as If they were starving. "The Sir. Newman has bought Lester crop of fine Kentucky tested, congress saluted the first president. confusion became more and more At ono moment the presi- Hoone County White seed corn from He was taken to the residence of jSamuel Osgood, and for an entire dent, who had retreated until he was the boy's father and hnd Dr. Mutchler, week there was revelry throughout pressed against the wall of the apart- the government expert In charge of ment, could only be secured against the Boys' Com club movement, pick the city. Finally, on April 30, all was ready serious danger by a number of gen- out fifty bushels of extra .seed corn. Washington tlemen linking arms and forming This carefully selected stock heed corn for the inauguration. was escorted to Federal hall, then themselves Into a barrier. It waB will be oftcred for sale as the Lester Iho capltol, which stood on the site of then that tho windows wero thrown Bryant Strain of Boone County White. at Wall and open, and tho living throng found an It will be sold at $1 per ear. All the the present iBroad streets. Tho streets had been outlet. It was the people's day, tho money realized from the sale of this filled since sunrise with waiting peoplo a president, and tho people remarkable corn will be placed in bank -- ? nt Frankfort to the credit of the I.es- crowds, anj tlie enthuBiaBm was In- - ' would ruin. ? 'fakell figuratively, that might not tense. In the benate cliauiber "VaslT-- " a ington was Joined by Adams, Knox, be so poor a description of the plight EXPENSE ACCOUNT. .Hamilton, von Steuben and a few oth- - of presidents in these later days. " Exposure Killed Harrison. .cX2j and all of them appeared on the ibalcony. Kobert It. Livingston, chan ' .$ 5.00 ii: years tlio Democrats con Rent .. 3.50 celjor of New York, administered tho trolled tho destinies of the country, Preparation of land. Seed oath and cried "Long live Georgo and then tho Whigs elected William .25 Planting 'Washington, president of tho United Henry Harrison, who was Inaugurated States," whereupon thero broko out March 4, 1SI1. By this tlmo trans-- ' e Manure 4.37 Fertilizer portation was mado easier by tho ' a mighty tumult of cheering, 3.90 Cultivation building of railways and tho crowd ting and tho noise of cannon. He 2.00 Gathering turning to tho senato chamber, Pros- - that flocked to Washington was lm- - J lldcnt Washington read his Inaugural mense. it was much better behaved $19.02 Total cost address and the history of tho tnan that which "honored" Jackson, J 148 bus. and 55 lbs. at 60e.. 89.20 I United States under the constitubut It was hungry for offices. $70.18 Profit Cold, wintry blasts swent tho streets ? tion began. Myth About Jefferson. of Washington that March day, and If you are a good Democrat, no Harrison, already old and rather doubt you believe that Thomas Jeffer-'eo- n feeble, rodo his whlto horse without ter Bryant memorial fund. As tliere 15,500 ears in rodo unattended to the capltol on cloak or overcoat, and with his hat will probably be at least horseback, tied his horse to tho off In salute to the cheering crowds. the fifty bushels of corn, a niugnltleent monument Is sure to rise In the Bowllence, and was Inaugurated with less The lino of march was unprecedent-edl- y ing Green cemetery, where the boy Is ceremony than would attend the taklong, and so was the inaugural ing of office by a keeper of a dog address, and then the president led burled.orders for the corn should be All jpound. Such is tho old story, but it tho procession back to the Whlto 'Ab pure myth and is first found In House, Tho exposure was too much for sent direct to Mr. Newman's Frankfort The k book of travels In the United him and within one month he was oftice. orderingcorn will be shipped to from Bowling Green. those States written by John Davis, nn Eng- dead. Lincoln's First Inauguration. lishman. Davis asserted that he was Kentucky's Boys' Corn Clubs. Immensely dramatic was the first of the simple ceremony inn 'Wblch he described, but it has been Inauguration of Abraham Lincoln In The Boys' Corn club movement Is .proved that ho was not In Wash- 1861. From tho day of his election only two years old In this state, and ington at the time. threats against bis life were numer- yet big things have been accomplished. The Inauguration of Jefferson, which ous, and detectives discovered and The Corn club boys,' several thousand isiarked tho defeat of the Federalist .foiled an organized plot to assassinate of them, are enthusiastic; but better jparty of Hamilton,, Washington, him on his way to Washington. Tho than enthusiasm are the results that Adams and Jay, was tho first to take big bodies of troops that had been have come from tho work. Ip'.oce In Washington. The newly employed at former Inaugurations When the state chatnplous met In national capital, then but merely to add pomp to the occasion Washington this winter with tho exj few months old, contained only 3,000 now wero used for the protection of perts who had charge of tho work In Inhabitants, many of them negroes: tho president As be rodo to the the various states, thoro was naturally kbe houses wero mostly huts and the capltol in a carriage he was preceded a feeling of lnteiibe rivalry. Twelve of streets muddy roads. Thu big event by a company of sappers and miners; the southern states that had been pushfteOB thus described In tho Philadelphia a doublo file of cavalry rodo on each ing the Boys' Corn club Idea for sevside, and in the rear were Infantry eral years, bad records of 441$ boys that JAurora of March 11; 1801: cany and riflemen. On 100 bushels on an acre. oil weaaesaay. ai uu tho cityuuur Washington pre- windows all along bouse tops and hi had grown overGeorgia of March 4, Pennsylvania ave- Alabama and each had' over sented a spectacle of uncommon anl- - nue were posted riflemen. 10O boys with this reordto tlielr credjrait'on occasioned by the addition to The day bad opened cloudy, chilly it, but both of these states bad been ita ,.u. population of a large body and dismal, but us t'.i """ijUlent step- organized for club work for tho past 0 nJvv from the adjacent districts. ped forward to tako the oath from' eight years It Is very gratifying to be J. Uischargo from the company of tho aged Chief Justice Taney the sun able to vrlte that Kentucky, with an T'dshtagtoa artillery ushered In the burst through tho clouds and shone organization of only two years, made a id..' and about one o'clock the Alex- - full on the bowed head of tho man hplcndjd record. Plfty-sevpboys In lac 'da company of riflemen with tho who waB to glvo up bis Hfo (for tho Kentucky this past season grew over Icoupany of artillery paraded in front country he loved. Lincoln 'himself bushels of corn to tho aero. How Jof tlii President's lodgings. At 12 noticed this "sunburst" and. dr?v luauy adult "farmers did that well? 'clocit Tuomau Jefferson, attended by fro.na It a hupny augury. ALES OF OTHE H.&J. F. GILLESPIE IMilllOiS OATH-TAKKIG Proprietors COlMtTS. .Mtf.sra. W. II. D.ini-anil C. 13. Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after !!rd .Monday In .March, Tuesday SmlUi aunoumv that Uwy luivo .form-- a iKirtiM-ihij- ) after ::rd .Monday In June, Tuesday for Uio goiior.il pmc-tic- o after 3rd .Momln) In Septcniber, Tuesof law, exc nt criminal and !lwr day after .'in! .Monday In December. .Mr. Smith btilng County Attor-ii- r .John II. Miles, ItocUport, Friday y is pr.iTCiitod frwn pracalclnK such after .Ird .Monday In .Marrh, Friday arter 3nl .Monday In June, Friday ccit'ii. .Mr. D.iriKis wJll Individually .Monday in September, .icci'jt fuch practloa after 3rd lit Oftloa after 3rd Monday in De- Hartford KepubL'cau building, Hartcember. Lcsllo Jl'STICi:S' c Bunrai AND REPAIR after 3rd .Monday in .March, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In Wednesday aflct 3iu r 0. 13. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday ford, K" r, .Moll- Fr-l- nj ! ,,l.Iohn irTlHcB. ru .iiuilim: after Ilrd WORK 'aflor :"J iilay alter I I I J b Horseshoeing a Specialty. Hartford, - Ky. mm apj SEEDS SUCtterSSEEBS SUCCEED I 11 I r, trill Ncw.BmIkm. rMsUkalU our Mruunent emtAmer. mike yon PriKC9HWtl9i EftBfflKS&t th flneat 1 Tmli. f roltndld t oWa. beat Yirla. -- VTntUii to au. ( o rrtMai"!jL to-da- y; SPECIAL OFFER:will A Um Write WVMfiU.V IV J'U.AH3. Mention this Paper. 1 MSAAAAAAAAAAAAMWVfVVWVVt tWUf Ut4, pMhlSf eollMtkn tit SEND Hry-nnt- iTftlcaVU mttrtiT . W. Buckbf e day lu November. (Irnnt Pollard, Fordsvlllc. Tuesday SPECIALTY. after 2nd .Monday in Mnrrh. Tlmrs- day after 2nd .Monday In May, Thurs day aucr aru .Monday In August, Thursda alter 2nd Monday In November. AND CURE LUNC8 J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after -- nu .Montiay in .March, Friday after 2nd Monday In .May. Friday after 3rd with Monday In August, Friday after 2nd Monday In November. HAItTFOni) POLICR COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. Wilson, City Attorney: J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court .convenes second .Monday lu each month. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTR0UDLES. City Council J. . Williams. Mayor; It. T. Collins. Clerk; K. P. ThomaTJABANTEED SATISFACTORY! as, Treasurer. .Members of Council OB MONEY BEPUMDEO. Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. 11. B. Carson, K. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. School Trustees Dr. K. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. .1. W. Taylor, W. S. Tiusley and J. D. Duke. HARTFORD, KY. .Monday In line, l.'rlilnv .Monday In September. Frl- Will practice his profesitlon In all th 3rd .Monday In December. Court of Ohio and ailjolnlnic countl3, .1. C. .Ini'l.son. SatCcntcrtown. In the Appeal. Alxo urday after :!rd .Monday In Mareh, ami Public Court of over Office First Nation jl1 Saturday after I!rd .Monday In June. Hunk. Saturday after t!rd .Monday in September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook. Itenfrow, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In .March, Tuesday nfter 2ml .Momlny In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In Aumist, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. Ohio County Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wcdnes- uay after the second Monday In KY. .March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In .May, Wednesdn) after :ird Monday All Matters Given Prompt AttenIn August, Wednesday after 2nd Mon- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS .hut Kockport. i'i tf.iri'M. YANCYL.MOSLEY, ATTORNEY AT I.. AW 1:1.. V No-tu- ry J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KILL the COUGH the Dr. King's New Discovery F0RC8I!SI, J38. M. y -- vi?i:a. NEW NOT THE SEWING MACHINE OF a QUALITY. t r , UNDER ANY SOLD OTHER NAME. HOME m a. m. morning and evening every first nnd third Sunday In ca"h month. Sun day school It M.i a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. Succeed when everting else fails. Saville, pastor. In nervous prostration and female Baptist Church Services niornlmi weaknesses they are the supreme and evening every second and fourth remedy, as thousands have testified. Sunday in month. Sunday school FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND !):!." a. 111. Prayer imctlng every Wed nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. it is the best medicine ever sold Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday nt 11 a. 111. and 7. p. ovr a druggist's counter. m. Sunday school 9:U0 a. in. Klder W. VevsaesiEasiaaaisMBBBBBHEHBaaaBnHai 11. right pastor. Cumberland PresbvterJnn Churc- hSunday school every Sunday at !): 15 KKI.KJIOUS SKUV1CKS. K. Church. South Services lectric Bitters ! bell-rlng- I ss u SnCRKT SOCIUTIUS. Very Serious Hartford Lodge No. 07.", F. and A. M. moots every first Monday nlnht WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. It is a very serious matter to at!; In for ons medicine end have tha If you pit rclm-s- tlio Ni:' JtOMi: you will M.; each month. M. L. Henvrln. W. Ovvon Hunter. Secretary. liuvou llfu iissi t nt tlio prlco you juy.uud will wrong one clvcn you. For this Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. K. H. not luivoan endless cliulti of repairs. reason wo urge you in buying to meets every second and fourth .Monday evenings. Miss Wlllyo Smith, W. bo careful to get the genuine vi.: .mibs Kiiraucth Miller, Secretary. "V? Quality ,h 11 Rough Lodgo No. 110 Knights Considered of PythiasRiver BLAcT-DraugHmeets every Tuesday ovcu-InT W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney it is the Foster, K. or R. ii S. Liver Medicine Cheapest Hartford Tout No. DO. K. O. T. M. meets every first nnd third Thursday The reputation of this old, reliain the end nlghtB. It. T. Collins, Commander; ble medicine, far constipation, inL. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. digestion and liver trouble, is firmIn hi IV. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 1. O. O.. F. ly established. It does not imitate meets every second and fourth FriIf you wunt a sowing machine, wrlto for other medicines. It is better than day nights In each month. O. M. t, our Intent catalogue before you purchase. others, or it would not be the faNoblo Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, vorite liver powder, with a larger The New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Mass. ' Secrotury. ale than all others combined. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. SOLD Df TOWN Vt moots every second and fourth Saturday nights In each month. Leslie BOOKKEEPING Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. 8vlMM,Phoiiegripfly Wallace, Clerk. r TYPEWRITING and Sunshine Illvo No. 42, L. O. T. M TELEGRAPHY meets every first and third Friday Ladies! $Te Moaey uA Keep nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo WHIUR R.SMITH IU IUlififfifiLUK am ralatcdtl las. ul ! Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Style by Reading McCaU'a Iti President bnilnew, alto eiurUoc In nnrcntll Pendleton, Lady hu yetrt of ad btnkln jnn durilnf 10.000 .Record Keeper. Magazine aad Using McCaU Patter now. tovds aJSL"lS?i;B far ipccm. Keystone Chapter No. 110, IL A. I M meets every third Saturday night MC.rMtiliiwlll MYALLS MACAZIhl In each month. John T. Moore High I'll) you Uicss at a modormo Priest: W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. expense by k e 0 p I u g AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. you poet od ou tbo National Officers President, Ira M. Ulot fnslilom la I lollies, and lilts, to J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. PresiI AM Ken I'atblon DeslsDj dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; lu cacb Uuo, AUa Secretary TreaB., 11. G. Tank, Wau-savaUublo Inronr.ailou To do any kind of Veterina(Hi nil homo and per. Wis. tuiiul niativrs. Onlf Of fleers President, J. IL State ry work. Horses, mules and too b jrcir liirUullnir Prliicctoii, Ky V'co Presl-fen- t, a fri'O puiteni. cows need not die for want of (eud J. II. Buruoy. .Muhkuberg Co.: ifrWriT, TrpiTTV'"r' tbt frio todsy crcopy. Calls answered tamiilo attention. Secretary & Treas., S 1) '.obortson, UcWI Pilttnu r.'illfhiililnrn'i tomnknln your Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer T. IL Bal- day or night. unu limiiu. wlilii'n'i'uuii liiiud (lomiiiL'for maln, Hartford, Ky. iura-l- f anl t'lilldrjMi vihlrli will hoiKftirt In (tylo ami lit. I'll, n cniio lilirlirr llM I J Members State Kxcrutlvo Board-B- en .tnu BcnU fi rfri'u I'tttciu (.uuloiruci Watson, Webster county; J. W, Veterinary Surgeon ff WPI Cl Tii Tim frtvoli for rottlns tub Dunn. Davl6ss county: Henry Plrtlo. rrrlpiiont among iour Weill. Si'iiiUorlrco Ky. Ohio county; B. I. Ray, Hardin counI'roul'um I'nulocuo cud t c U I'rijo OCrr.-Til- t MXAU C0XPA.W. B9 1, 249 Hot 37A SL. NW JOFJC ty; C. Q. Davenport, Wnrron county. Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch- 1 .u. '. g. - ""', Bnr-not- iPS. r i5?etf k Ur 11 slyl-Uli- lr PREPARED u, bub-util- V W. H. RILJEY Hartford, M -i ' !K1IMWWIW t NN yi' Pl )to Children Cry for FDetchar's I RURAL TEACHERS RESTITUTION IN PEARL OF ANTILLES MAFFTJr TEIM '- 0DY 0F TRAMPS TI.o Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, nnd which lins liccn in uho for over ."0 year., has bornotho rigmriuro ot - and lniu boon miulo under his por- v--, eonnl (supervision nineo lis iufinicj'. ijzf?St c&, Allow no one to deceive you in this. AH Counterfeits, IiiiHatioii.saiid "Just-as-goomo but; Ilxpcrjnicnls tisnfc trlflo with and endanger the hecllh of 2uf.nU and Children Experience tifalust l&nurkucntt d" Mggift (0y". Z WlyM H T! 1 ZW kc i ijis w Dr. Glaxton Says Tiicy Change Pastor Russell Returning From Panama Preaches In Havana. Districts Too Often. IN POOH TEACHING Modern Application cf a Familiar Text. What the Dible Means by "Restitution Times" Tho Paotor Claims Each "Time" a Year, a Thousand Altogether and a Beginning Mads Earth's Happy Day Nearinn A Little While, a Dark Hour May Intervene. T.tcrc arc ur.hapiy narriod Hws, fctit a Iarj?o percent.if; 0! these uafcappr fcomsi sto duo to t'w JILicm ot in? wilj, mother or daughter. Tho fcclinjs cf .r.'0U3n:'.i, ti.e jefoj Ac! t'lirtd, tho f inpo.', t't; t"i!e and wrinkled face, hollow .i eyes, remit tivr oi't.;:) from ttioio dr,ordur, peculiar to women. For rad " - l' ':.ir,j tl.i nuts' naturally liavo f.ood health. t'tc weir -- ': to : ':;.- fcchtiUs, hysteria, huMlnsltrs. or constantly returning caina and ne& cro toy jtreat a drain upon a woman's vitality and strength. Dr. Pierce' ravonte Prssoription rrsiar; weak nnd sick women tn rminH lirnbh liv nti ktinf, and corrcct'nfi the local dlsordcu which arc generally responsible for :h ctoc distreiair.jf cyniptom. iil-t- MAELREEB ? RESULTS Problem Must Co Solved If Real Stronj Work 3 to Do Dona In Country Dif A!r '."'v.'. -- -- tricts Ca'ttorla Is n harnilosa snltstiiulo for Castor Oil, Pare-j;or!- ft JJrop.s and .Soothing Sjrups. It l.s pleasant. It coni Aim neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karcotlo Milislauee. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nad nllays Foverlslmess. l'or moro than thirty years it lias Iieeu hi constant use for the relief of Constipation., I'latulcncy, AVlnd Colic, all Teething Troubles and J'iarrhcea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, ni.slinllates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. hat Is CASTORIA Just Is Hurting Children's Chances. a Question or Two. mm; "I 'l'ri-tr- . ",! Vft- In a recent mlila rtt Louisville. Ky Dr. 1. 1. Clii.xtoti, comuilshloiiur of for tlit! United Status, ntntcd coiiHtlttited thri tlmt tho rural liri'iitutt hotly of tntiiipM known. Ovi'r 50 pur cunt of thuni move to a uow district each school year. Don't take Dr. Claxtou's word for It. Think of all tho rural districts you know and .see how clo.se his assertion tonL-lior- s GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (Z&$f& The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCHTHUW COMPORT. TT MURRAY STRUT. NW TOIIK CITY. POSITIONS GUARANTEED need many real soon. WE will uaGUARANTEEWaasthe a get more onormoub demand at once to supply we required soon you position If you So eouies to titling your own and your nclKhhor's bltuatiou on the tcachct iiuestlon. The main reason for so much poor teaching In the country districts Is that the teacher does not stay long enough In any one locality to . know either the children or their If It is its dlllicult its it is for you to manage your child nftcr having it with you every day during Its whole lire, how can the fiver-agteacher 'do even creditable work when she absolutely does not know your children? She merely has got a nodding acquaintance with them; she can call them by name. This Is every man's problem as well as the teacher's problem. It must be solved if we are to have real strong work done. What will you do with it? It Is what is hurting your child's chance for an education that is wortli while. GET BUSY. par-cuts- ; tbe for our graduates. As number of Btudents this offer will bo withdrawn. write at onco for particulars. Just a Question or Two. IS YOUH SCIIOOMIOUSE AS UP TO DATE AS YOUK NEW DAIRY UAItN? IS THE INTERIOR OF YOUR SCHOOL AS MODERN AS THAT NEW SILO? IS YOUR TEACHER AS COMPETENT AS THAT TRAINER FOR YOUR COLTS? IS THE SCHOOL AS WELL PAINTr ED AS YOUR CHURCH? IS THE WATER AT THE SCHOOL AS CONVENIENT AND AS GOOD AS IT IS FOR THOSE YOUNG BUSINESS COLLEGE OEO, W. HOIIWARTZ rMtcirAl IMCOKrOBATMD r.BTAnLinnin io r.OTJISVILt.K. KY. Backbw'rFuIl ot Lite" KonMitT 'Cimm pedisjrrcit Sveds hae a reputation ol j3) car sol tucrcssful scrd growing bcliind them, it pay t plant the best. Seasonable Specialties: Earliest Rnl Valentine . . .. Kxtra lJtly KcfuKce N:w htrliiKlMs Cretn Tod . WaMwell'i Imp. Kiilney Wax New White Wax . . Curne't Kust Proof Wax . SEEDS I1UAN8 Jj 50 jj.vi f--t rei STEERS? IS THE SCHOOLYARD AS IUG AS THE PASTURE WHERE YOU EXERCISE YOUR COLTS? IS THE STOVE IN THE SCHOOL AS MODERN AS YOUR WIFE'S GASOLINE RANGE? Aim high Id your farm work. Shoot nt the moon if you wish. Of course you will not hit the moon, but the, chauces are that you will scatter a lot of bird shot somewhere ulong the sky line. Colonel Henry Exnll, Texus Industrial Congress. Do We Think For Ourselves? Queer how many things in our life aro inherited from 'the past and are accepted without n thought. We are afraid of storms, the dark and u thousand and one other things because our ancestors, who know nothing of science, feared them. We went to school and did our tasks in the good old fashioned way because that was the way our parents got their education. In thousands of schools scattered nil over this enlightened country we are inflicting the same tiling upon our children because of our habit of thought Isn't it time for us to begin to view the child as something more than a receptacle for tho three It's? Isn't school something bigger and better than we nro trying to mako tho average country school? Doesn't real, pulsing Ufa demand more, lullnltely more, than it did 100 years ago? Doesn't life exist in tho tlelds where crops aro growing? Doesn't it problem exist except between the covers of a book? Is the geography of Africa as vital or as full of meaning as the brook that tumbles over rocks and mossy roots 100 yards from the bchoolhouso door? Does any one leal-lbelieve that tho lock step studies without a break moan nil education hi its best and broadest sense? No problem is solved in tills little chat. Only n few questions aro asked that most of us grownups don't think about. 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' ' ' rutafi Madu , r.cDrrui riPPPR'mi A" llutnc fa build ragisT BUCKBEB'S BULBS BULBS SUCCEED. ininr. rini vlll as&ssffsS& Vn aariw. now w buhum iw..wh copyrltfhu, itc., m ALL COUNTBIta. Write ' to-d- UFAUAATDTOrLEAHR - iMention this Paper ii jtj'i.r I CJtlN tsJnU. SHNUIC 3H"" " Msl 1 ii U ttrsf pomt I irlllDt truW4W I I SIWM JJmhets Arret Kith W'atkUgloinavti timf. IUulirultM4,lIs)S4.-l- Patent md Infrlnjemmt Practice Exeluslrtly. .. Il ll Wait., OSes, BaIU4 Ut T10 liihtB ItiHt, a. o. WA8KIWOTOW. ba; in Dommfiaiorauoa ( T rHl. ti"ts.Ms a wj I ?tt lUlMli i.i ' I SI bylwWMM" .... vuiof m& rwifc !"" u IM wwt snwisi i 1Pu,fc .,...... ". olUstlotti IM sMI iUi ftU ibmiwi fcfrui twisMts .s.... .Iik vi. vvuniiost J sms!! . S.WH.I ! 1 ..11 a IW ., r I I Vli. W, DL'CkDCe .. irji wvnm 1 nuanw. UnflRTT ! w BOCUOKD, ILL. POSITIONS' PlINTIFUU T&gsic-iPerifr?ctns- if 7c ,ey-TV (h&p- - Health of the Child In School. Do you eat breakfast every day? Do you drink coffee or tea1? Do you have your bedroom window open or shut at night? Do you own tt toothbrush? These nud other pertinent questions' aro to be answered by tho children in tbe public schools of Minnesota. They form part of a "health grading outline" prepared by Dr. Ernest W, llone, special director of school hygiene for the state, whereby teachers nud school . i' t 5?4S z Mow?g Grcen,Hy. x&amwHO0& nurses may learn In the most direct manner possible the physical condition of the children Intrusted to their care. "Rational conservation of the mental and physlcul health of our school children" is the ultimate ideal of this and other current health projects reported to tbe United States bureau of Havana, Cuba, March 2. Pastor Rufsull is delighted with Cuba, and docs not fall to call attention to the wide contrast between prevalent sanitary conditions and those of a short time ago. when this fair land suffered conPASTOR. RUSSELL tinually from yellow fever nnd oth er tropical ailments. The Pastor referred to General Wood as the one through whoso energy and skill Cuba's restitution nnd rejuvenation came about "Honor to whom honor is due" appears to be one of Pastor Russell's mottoes. The text wns Acts 3:111-2"Times of Restitution of all things, which God hath spoken by the mouth of nil His Holy Prophets since the world began." He sald- :In Panama n week ago I saw one of the stupendous works of man in subduing the earth nnd making it suitable to his purposes. How wisely God has left the subduing of the earth to man! A blessing must come to humanity from mastering nature. I testified respecting the increased education of mankind through modern inventions, which speak to us of the dawning of the New Era long foretold In tbe Bible. Today I point you to mnn's increasing skill along other lines. The laws of health' are better understood than ever before. The laws of chemistry, applicable to nearly everything in life, are marvelously clear and greatly extended beyond anything of previous times. This increased knowledge lies close to the work of sanitation, so widely approved. The sudden influx of knowledge is a sign of the dawning of the New Day Restitution. Millennial Work In Cuba. Tbe Pastor urged his congregation to consider the wonderful transformation lu their fair Island an exemplification of the grcatwork to prevail worldwide., shortly. It properly raises our estimation of human Intelligence, and of tbe beneficence of tho United States Government, whoso agent lu this transforming work was General Wood. What has taken place so markedly in Cuba is gradually being accomplished all over the world. Tho Scriptures everywhere associate the glorious work of human uplift with Messiah's Kingdom. Perhaps many have expected the blessing to come in another way; nevertheless, all should see the facts and acknowledge prophetical fulfilments. Instead of being disappointed that God is using humanity for tho fulfilment of His glorious promises, let us rejoice that mankind may be so wonderfully used. Best of All Human Restitution, As man fell from the imago and likeness of God. Restitution to him means a return to that image nnd likeuess. Of all the Restitution wonders, this will bo the grandest. Were "every prospect pleasing," and humanity vile, sinful, imperfect mentally, morally and physically the curse would still rest on tho earth. The lifting of some of man's Ignorance, and superstition Is by no means n realization of what is to bo expected. If a taste of Divine favor and goodness be so refreshing, what will tho full draft be! This message is meaningless to believers In human evolution. Disbelieving In man's fall from tbe Divine image In tho flesh, these must logically deny also tbe Redemption, and all necessity for a Savior to die for our sins. Surely they cannot count it slnto experience evolution, us they claim; nnd if sin lias not been committed, there could bo neither Redemption from sin nor Restitution to former condition. All such theories, therefore, me For this reason they are antagonistic to the Ulble view: that man fell from (Sod's image six thousand years ago; that he has passed through six great Days In which there has been n reign of sin and death. Induced by Satan, and still influenced by hiin. Under this reign, man has lost much of the Divine Image, und has become more or lessxbrutal. Restitution wns not due when Jesus gave His life as man's Redemption-price- : but it Is due now. for wo are living In the dawn of the great Seventh Thmian Da v. Messiah's first work as tbe great King Is about to be inaugurated. He is about to bind Aatan-"t- hat old serpent, the Devil." lie is about to bless humanity by rolling away the curse of death. Nothing of human Restitution Is possible, however, nntll after the completion of the Church. So particular la this feature of God's Plan that nearly two thousaud years have been devoted to It. whereas only one thousand Is assigned for tbe uplift of mankind. God la selecting a saintly class to be nis children on the highest! plane of existence. These are required to be exceptional characters, nnd to attest their faithfulness and derotlou unto death. 11 nil-Ye- lMfl i, tll. wan 11 misery ton V':ite i'.rx. I!. P. IKO '.vu ovrn, ot Iftlcn, Ohio, Uouto 4. "Tho doctors lohl rno I woaU havj Iff r 'i toi r liwpiul.16b v,ra Ithan over before.better.encb periodnjo this ""Liter lot woul'l ever he At A year 1 jurfcrivl II'. t 1v 3 no In toi.ienr, I r.m tho mother of sir children. 1 was so Intd for nor tWhnt t Vrovr nrr.ctlilnir mint lx dnno, 1 wrote to Dr. 11. V. Fiir;e, teif a;. Wn at licarlj' n 1 er" J how I p'v ml. Uo cuniil 3 covero of trootmert liich fo'l.vvrf t" the I took two botiUi i K' Ipttoil ' nnd on z! 'tisitn Moirai O.'Suvsry'inda, '.' l rttoof mcrt-Ve s'r.cu. .', 1 t y.l . I ti i t'n votM ov" urct a boon rriTr .Hcrry'-- i up Vfrrn ..i . ..' re .ofin o is n 3 and money i!oc:)iin; x, . i un ' i f tlae or o.i. on.' c!ae." va..2r Tli.' dviscr hi U.V. Hare?, ?!. , V.nC?'-- t ti.f.i.1 , V., " i'is ' dt.K'M:o rj'.n'Aions . abort vti'f?'i or Ssut . .0 td ou'lt to kno-v'"tn' . v p tip-irarrrcipt ' t fjr vrnppi";! and ctnilin only. 1'i-- e T fv.-jil'd- I reftrl Croat! fc rt of J'eari nn-- l for tho rrt !!... 1 ftv-tv- rrt-c- h r u-- t- .: J?-.- e-- icv JAMES & CO,, Pirst Class Liveryman Centertown, Kentucky. Frompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, The The The The The The The The The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican and Louisville Herald al Globe-Democr- at $1.35 1.50 1.75 1.60 1.75 3.50 and Courier-Journand St. Louis and Home and Farm wen sboro Inquirer and and Louisville Daily Herald republican ana .Daily uwensrjoro inquirer Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger Twice-a-VeekO 3.50 1.75 Republican Republican Republican Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads INoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And - other printed forms are given Special Attentoxi In The Republican t : Job Department. Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I couldW rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." CARDUI WomanlTonic ! You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what t did for her. At all druggists. Writ to.-- U41ct' Adrltorr DcpL, CIsrttwoM MhIIcIm pa, CtiitUnootn tor Srtciat Inttrutttom. Md tm book. "Horn Trettacat lor Wmm," Met fjrtx. T. m 'Ik SCHOOLS BY Candy Recipes. IIICKOUY NUT CANDY. ., A Royal Baking Powder SLonely Mountaineers Wend JheirWay After Dark. chord Open ' for Two Moths When Good And No Hot Bis&ift is the luxury of ea&g MADE AT KOME- Jtoads Arc This a recipe which will be wantchildren!, ed wher6over" 'Ifie hae' hickory nuts. After chopping uj half n cupful of nuts bull about ;i cupful of sttgur with n. third of i cupful of water and. a piece of butter nhout tho sl7o of n walnut. This should cook together until tho mixture makes a soft lump when dropped In water. Alter taking" from tho lire stir In the nuts and as It grows clouily-iookliipour it Into n buttered tin. it little at n time. It a; rend out flat. K Farm Work. moonlight scIiqjIs of Kouan Cmuuu Ky., where adults from S" mi Mta of ago arc taught to rr.ul .ore described liy Mlss aunil Jv-i-4.0rn.t1i- at u meeting of tne .ta.j.i.U J 01 10 Amerknn llovolu-.tri.ijMiHorday afternoon, at the .of Mrs. II. II. Illnnd, In Uel- .wsrls Acnue, nays the l.onlsWllo c, HOAUHOUXI) CANDY 1rju.! rest-r3wi- to JSfcnv.hL hid heard of the moonlight Avtlpols long before went to Howan ( 1 Mcrker, "but I raoslii scarcely helieo that men of iP uuld be taught to read and write .in Vo months. What 1 saw when 1 ' mrJWto'J .those humble night schools, K .never forgot. "Tu school room, as a rule, was AQ&fJ with borne forty men and Often, they brought their .2&Bitan .along, who would sleep litem while they wiote out with painstaking exactness. Whi3 tho mother would write, the hold the child, and Wbzhrx jvouhl iie would he writing exercises, .sha would take the baby. 1 have such earnestness as was hz&v uAotu by these patient, eager peo- 40auDSy." bald Miss bc-.3s -- Mrs. Cora Stewart Wll-rnthe moonlight started .ikAol-Isand who Is responsible for tta. wonderful work which is being rlorv. how she was able to Interest people in tho matter of educa-sisShe told nic that she did It Jfcfcrttisb tho children. Tiic school Is open only two juxnatbt, when there is no farm work done, and while tho roads are f,oocL The men and wdnion are ;faxt taught to write thefr names. "TUi- - interests them at once, and they &.vr .fMd to return. Short sentences aUvuiX forming or crops, or matters interest are then put on be bwird, which they promptly learn J staked , x. ?hfv a- -- AftPr mnklng quite a 'strong solution iiont the Irish ho.uhotm'd loaves ter where the laws of the state pro-T)- strain It 'and put about n quarter of a cuplul of It over the" fire with a jiMit the sale' of intoxicants. pound of brown BUjtnr and nlllttle a bill tllvestlng intoxiiatlng '(juors or their Interstate .hnrn;ter walor. Cook this mixture until a c0rtaln cases. small amount dropped in cold water become brittle. "lie It uiacieil, that the shipment will easily Aftor or transportation In any manner or that n tablespoouful vinegar ol by any means wlintsocer of any should be added, lioll It up once spirituous, lnott3, malted, fermented nsahi and turn Into pans. or other intoxicating liquor of any Ilonrhouud can be made with dried kind from one state, territory or lcaus, too. Steep a largo tablespooudistrict of the I'nltpd Stales or place ful of the IcaWs In n cupful of boilnoncontiguous to but subject to tho ing water for about nn hour. Strain jurisdiction thereof into any other It well. To the liquid put two cups state, territory or district of t of brown sugar. Put It over tho fire United States, or place noncontiguand stir till the stiyar is dissolved. ous to but subject to tho Jurisdic- Add a tablespoouful or lnegnr and tion thereor, or from any foreign boll till the candy breaks when dropcountry into any state, territory or ped In cold water. Drop on a butterdistrict of the United States, or place ed paper or put Into a ran and mark. noncontiguous to but subject to the Wlntorgreen may be made the same jurisdiction thereof, which said spir-ltou- s, way, substituting wintergrcen for vinous, malted, fermented or hoarhound. other Intoxicating liquor is intended TUItKIGII DEUUHT. by any person interested therein to Soak an ounce or gelatin In a be received, possessed, sold or In any or cold water until It Is soft. manner used cither In the original Put It Into a saucepan with one package or otherwise In violation or .,oumi of ,., BUgar an(1 the 8traln. any law or such state, territory or 0d Juice or one lemon. Boll for five district of the United States or place minutes, stirring all the time, .Then subject to tho Jurisdiction thereof, remove the mixture Trent theTre is hereby prohibited." ,and div-dlt intoKvo narts. Color- one part with cochineal. Pour It on- What We Never Forget. to soup plates which have been rinaccording to science, are the things sed In cold water. When lt associated with our early home life it can be pulled otf the plates readsuch as Bucklcn's Arnica Salve, that ily. Sugar the hands before doing mother or grandmother used to cure it. Cut into any shape desired. our burns, bolls, sores, skin STUFFED DATES. eruptions, cuts, sprains or bruises. Tho process of making btuffed Forty years or cures prove Its merit. dates is very simple. First remove Unrhalcd for piles, corns or cold- - the stones and then put In tho fillsores. Only 23 cents at All Druggists. ing. Tho work comes in making the w j tca-cupr- ul o latter. Tho work comes In tanking the latter. An ngntc saucepan should bo used to cook the filling In. .Mix n cupful of granulated sugar, about a quarter of a pint of cold water and half a snltspoonftil of cream or tar-tnr and stir long enough to dlssohe tho sugar. Then boll It until a tin, hit dropped Into cold water forms a soft hall. Take off the stove and skim it. Pour the syrup, now formed, Into a bowl and when it Is cool oiio.ielt so that the fingers teac a soft dent In It when touched utlr It nil to a smooth, white paste with a wooden s, 03ii. Use the hands wh"ii It is too stiff to mo e with tho HU001I. This filling hoofs for wrekH. Minever ou wish to uso It set tho low I in whlrh It Is kept in hot water until the mixture becomes soft. You Judge :i man not by what he promises to do, but by what he has dune. That is the only true test hamberloiu's Coueh Itemed. Judged by this stam.aid has no superior. 1'eo-- i pie eery whore speak of lt In the highest terms of praise. For sale by All Dealers. ff I JJj to ' L3r; i rss rm K)nmmmmmmm & r mm f Tm m A H mmjm F , Wa m& rtjfiZ vt ?SE non 7Mm t ftffi? Vfc' YouARr GOJNGTO SEEWHATISINTHIS SPACE TWO R.EASONS YOU BEJOLVED ?&ffi SST rjC,fMmYOR EVERY WEEK ftfO- - SZZ IT LOOK FOR1TOK.HUI . Pnjl YflM'LL Uf YOU'LL LOOK tORIT S O To Send House By Mail. Brunswick, N. .1., Feb. 23. o brick liouso will be sent to by parcel post. Three brick companies here forwarded several bricks (csterday by the now parcel post, and tu like manner brick mannlnc Hirers all over the country will send bricks, 20,0(10 of them In nil. It Is said, to Chicago to bo used in building a liouso at tlto Coliseum during the forthcoming Clay Products Exposition. A record will ho kept of each brick trom the time It Is mailed until It is delivered In Chicago, to we how speedily Uncle Sam can deliver u brick house by mall. Now A Clil-cag- BlJTER. BROWN IJ COMING To TOWN, To work for our .store, every week for a whole year he will come into YOUR HOME MERCHANDISE HAVEALWAY-OF HIGH CLA-5.- and TELL YOU ABOUT OUR WE AND OUR METHoDJ. GOT A BIG, CLEAN .STOCK AND OUR MERCHANDISE Violated Confidence. Wife "Wretch! Show me that letter." Husband "What letter?" Wile "That one In your hand. It's from a woman, I can see by the writing, and you turned pale when you saw It." Husband "Yes. Here It Is. It's your dressmaker's bill." PRICES WILL ALWAYS SAVE YOU MONEY. WE HAVE BUT ONE A SQUARE DEAL. METH0D--T- 0 GIVE YOU lset Children Crv FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A I CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED, .' The Gales in Their Lyceum Entertainment, "Songs and Stories of the Red Man" In their entertainment, "Songs and Stories of the Red Man," Albert Galo and Martha Brockway Gale use many of the crude Instruments of the Indian and give upon them the genuine tribal melodies. .Many ot the weird yet fascinating themes which thoy present have been enriched with modern harmonies supplied by Mr. Gale wild and dissonant harmonies m keeping with tho spirit of the 'hemes. They also relate many of the old legends of this vanished race, legends full of deep human Interest. Both ho and Mrs. Gale appear in beautiful Indian costumes, making several changes during the evening to illustrate the styles worn by different tribes. Their stage sotting Is unique, being crammed full of curious things, the handiwork of different tribes, and appears just as shown In the accompanying Illustration. It has required years of patient research and many miles of travel to obtain these melodies, these legends, these costumes and curios, and yet they crowd it Into a single evening's entertainment. To secure these treasures and theso songs and stories has been the work of nearly 20 years. And the coat has been a larger amount than Mr. and Mrs. Gale will ever realize from the entertainment. It is a hobby a life hobby with them. Their Lyceum Record. Two seasons under one management have demonstrated that tho Gales ii'uke good. Theirs is an unusual ouLt'ng. dilllcult to describe ac- ncw preserving the primitive Indian pont Morgan, was a with Mr. Gale in his early ycarB. Their work has attracted the attention or the Smithsonian Institute and; the Metropolitan Museum of Arts of in a series of photographs for ' zcioiH ".Wbilt- - I was in one of these .n spelling lesson was In The teacher was giving out spell-j$rX pro-j-es- ra J. Pler--t ahniiifr words from a sheet of paper 'ifJ'tn-- j men and women were tfcfcni -Fln-ja&- dloud, each rising to his .r 4kx, rfatn lils name was called. teacher came to an old man U jmj&ef of age. As all tho others, he tw t" liU. feet, and with the great-- x xlo.ia.cJiy, like a little child, -- ijj&Aiii tint ihe slow letters. I was :tta. urmu'lnccd that the psychologists .!Xii9 jcay Ahat the mind can not new impressions after middle i.i.ss tare ffery wrong." Ai&s .Murker said the moonlight had been suggested to Mrs. UlLecoi by tho loneliness of some of nitt jpvawn people, whoso children 7iaJt suarriud md left them, and who tftw .Tumble to read or write letters. lonely mountain dls"1b litest xniillnucd Miss Merker, "it tcili!:! sometimes be necessary to wait Car ibyr- IvJoro some chance passor- Uar read the letter that had ujcvt m writo a word In answer. .Mrs. Khis- - joiaided Wilson that . ji3yhii: uhifli might improve'tlics wtd3'Jais would bo worth trying. Tlf .lM&sliera who do tho work, eerve TUtoui ny jiay, glad to do their .';cul to ?atio the burden or tho nioun-tx- ir re-.tv--- P II BALD KNOB. Feb. 2C Mr. E. P. Sandtfur went to Hartford last Saturday on business. Mr. F. I.. Taylor and .Miss Delia Smith were married Saturday afternoon at Kev. W. (J. Stewart's. We all wibh them much happiness and good luck. Little Miss Cova Torrcnce Is ill at this writing. .Miss Winona Taylor spent last Friday with her cousins. Misses Connie and Mae Sandcfur. Mr. E. P, Sandcfur was In 0v- onsboro Monday and Tuesday on business. Mr. It. W. Davis and family mov ed to Simmons Mines a few days ago. Farmers arc very busy preparing their ground for sowing oats. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tayor spent Sunday with the latters sister. Mrs. A. E. Saudefur and family of Plnch- Ico. Hartford, Kentucky. $40,000,000 in Farm Machinery, 'or our . supply or poultry products Forty million dollars' worth or Tarm machinery was exported in IIHL. The exportation or machinery is Increasing rapidly. Ten years ago tho value of the exportation of this class of manufactures was eighteen million dollars; twenty years ago it was but rour" million dollars. Thus the value of this lortlculur class of manufactures exported In 1P1" was nearly two and a hair times as much as n decade ago and ten times as much as two decades ngo. All tho world, apparently, bujs American agricultural Implements. Mowers and reapers exported last year went to more than 73 countries and colonies, Including every grand division or tho world, while other classes Implements of agricultural wero widely distributed in the year's export trade. Europe alono took 21 million dollars' worth of the 40 million dollars' worth of fanning Implements exported in 1912; North America. S million, and South America, 9 million dollars' worth. Itussla Is tho largest slnie buyer or our agricultural Implements, tho value exported thereto In the year Just ended having been approximately 10 million dollars, agninst 7 million to Argentina, 7 million to Canada' and about .1 million dollars eacli to Franco and Germany. ' Thus the leading buyers or our agImplements nre, tu tho ricultural order or magnitude, Itussla, Argentina aud Canada, with Franco nnd Germany about equal In tho vnluo or their purchnses, though In each caso materially less than the three countries already named Russia Argentina and Canada. it..-in me How to Prune Roses. The hybrid perpetual and ever- blooming roses aro commonly not pruned hard enough. The best flow ers are grown on young wood and the, aim should bo to cut them back enough to induco a strong growtli which will bear a few flno flowers rather than a lot of common ones. Long, straggling, growtli can bo cut back In the fall, but pruning should generally bo delayed until spring, according to a Farm and Homo expert. Many successful rosarlans cut back their bushes to within ono foot of tho ground and also remove all weak shoots. The aim should bo to cut ot to off from ono-hntho previous season's growth and to remove all dead, frozen nnd weak canes. There Is llttlo danger of cutting off too much. Tho Illustration allows how a rose bush should bo loft aftor pruning. lf two-thir- Mrs. Gale as an Omaha Indian and Mr. Gale in Real Life. Now York city, and some of Mr. Gale's research work is used In theso institutions; Miss Alice C. Fletcher, author of numerous Indian folk-lorstories and tho pioneer In tho recording of Indian music, very highly Indorses the Gales and their work, that tho recording of Indian e i.tjple." Merker showed that economic rardi'ion.s are Improved by tho moon-."ischools, that sclcntilie farming &a introduced and the niouoy taken .Jtrwn hiding jdaces and Invested In Jaikks. She urged, In conclusion, that .A Jhuglitera of tho Kevolutlun start .a. j&avcmout to have moonlight ciiiQ'L'i opened In nil tho counties llio Stale, mid that jiart of tho ituAil which (ieorgo Washington left trior educational purposes bo nppro- prUltd to this end. No action was A3 1, en by the Daughters of the Am JKh 4ir.Jca.ii pi Jietolutlou, Undo Ezra Says. don't take inoro'n a gill uv eftort to git folks into a peck of and a little negoct of constlpa-"irjbiliousness, indigestion or other Hver derangement will do the same. St sdJIuK. take Dr. King's Now I.ifo rails for quick results. Easy, safo, hub, and only 25 cents at All Drug- '-- It -. trou-JW- e" n, Much dicussed Webb Bill. lowing is a copy of the Jfce iol T3Vihb iauor llll, when recently was S.9smmml Xiy WHO, nouses oi ueiirooeu rtaUia and the Senate. The bill dl- - ' vKsti liquor of its Interstate charac Jfere is the Tho Japanese national anthem Is , Wi'mMmmmmmMmiivSKBMmmWtm iMmlswmifnill In the tho most poetically-worde- d world with the posslblo exception of the Norwegian, "Ja, vl elsker," written by BJornstorno UJornson. That Is, of courso, a matter of opinion, mmmmmmmimmmmwjjsr-r:- s but the Japauc30 anthem is commend-abl- y THE 8TAGE SETTING A8 IT WILL LOOK. short and makes, In its English curately. It la spectacular because music by Mr. Gale Is the beat that form, an eminently pleasing poem. of the lino special stage setting used, has been done, In that he hasn't Its ten lines ure as follows: Until t,hls grain of sand. the hundreds of rare curios shown "Ironed the Indian melodies all out." It Is entertaining Intensely so. and the many beautiful costumes Tossed by each wavelet's freak, worn, all ot them genulno Indian cos- There Is not a pause in the entertainGrow to a cloudglrt peak, tumes that have been worn by real ment, and the variety, the constant Towering above tho land; Indians. Some of the bead work Is change, all done with perfect harUntil the dewy flako very rare. A war bonnet, worn by mony, makes lt the greatest of Its Beading this blossom's gold by a famous kind the lyceum has aver had. It Is Mr. Gale, was worn Swell to a mighty lake Apache chief an Apache fiddle, play- oducatlonal; Intensely so. Mr. and Age upon untold ed upon by Mr. Gale, Is the only one Mrs. Qale both leoture, and all they Joy to Joy manifold cay Is to the point. Is Informing, auby a white man. owned Add for our sovereign's Bake. It U author! tatlYe: K. a. Curtis, ra-- thoritative, eatertalalag, la tta bast London Chronicle. ayua pnotograpaw ormmans. wnoui sense. Eras MlfT'lWH'HBBMiamflfTftWTO National Anthem of Japan. Notice. Ilartrord Magisterial District Union or tho A. S, of K., will meet at Dennetts School liouso on Saturday March 22, 1913. All locals aro earnestly requested to be well represented. G. P. JONES. Prcs. D. P. DEAN, Sec'y. iiiturc as in tne past. sas Pror. P. ('.. Holder! In Farm and Homo Poultry Xo other Annual. branch of npriculture Is represented on so many l.irms. The census for 1910 hhows t i.it b per cent of all farms report d keeping poultry. In no case can the business bo made so profitable as where it Is conducted us a side line or general farming. It Is Impossible to allow crops that are grown on tho farm without damage to the crops and by such practice secure double returns from tho same pleeo of land, Orchards or cornfields are ideal for this purpose and tho presence of t,ho chickens in them Is beneficial rather than detrimental, as they will destroy largo numbers of Insects Injurious to- - the crops. The movable colony house which Is rapidly coming Into general use on tho farm makes It possible to scatter tho chickens out over the fields. This method Is especially valuable for handling tho young stock, ns it gives freedom to the birds. Tho result will bo stronger, more vlglrous birds. Uy moving the house closo to tho fields whero small grains havo been harvested tho birds aro nblo to turn Into proMtahlo gains tho shelled grain nnd scattored heads which remain on tho field. Tho production of eggs on tho fnrm Is always nioro profitable than tho production of market poultry. Less equipment Is necessary to carry on tho business and tho product Is midy for markot as soon ns produced. If tho greatest profits aro to bo secured from tho business some attention must bo glen to tho proper selection, feeding and caro or tho poultry. Tho product should bo ready for tho market when tho prices nre highest. Bit-An- . 4f d Glad of It. mtmfnfmimmmif A business man of Arkansas City tejls a tinlquo story of how ho got started In life. When a young man, without much money, ho struck Now Vory City. Whllo walking down tho street ho saw a sign which read: "Wo will tell you how Hen's Place on the Farm. to get rich for l." Specialized poultry farms are beHo wont In and planked down a coming more numerous each year. dollar and received Instructions In In many cases theso are jniylng good a scaled envelope. Going out on returns on tho money invested, but street, he opened the envelope the and their effect on tho supply of eggs found a Blip of paper reading: "Work and dressed poultry for our largo like the devil and save your money." markota Is but as a drop In the Did he have the outfit arrested for ocean. It Is for tho small flocks of swindling? No, Indeed! He took 50 to 300 fowls kept upon the farms their advice, and today he is worth as a side line that we must depend j more than 1100,000. well-to-d- o V L ; A "F V