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OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY m HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1913. I house to deliver some chickens, when 'fort, and a r, Republican-Progressiv- e who live in he was suddenly stricken and passREPUBLICAN Baltimore. Sir. ed away In a few moments. The funeral was held at the real Wocrncr had not been In very good FIRST: We endorse nil tho steps which have been taken by tho Coundence Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. WELL ATTENDED Jicalth for some months, but was LEADER DEAD ty Republican and Progressive Executlvo Committees, leading up to and to his business as usual, including tho call for this convention to formulato a platform upon Will Have to Close Up. and his sudden dcathwas a very great which candidates for the various, county offices and member of the House MIddlesboro, Ky March 22. TTw shock and surprlso to his family and of Representatives arc to appeal to voters of Ohio county for support at Adams express office hero today reRepublicans and Progress- many friends. He had been In busi- the coming November election, under the Republican emblem, believing Sam J. Roberts Passes Away ceived notice not to receive any more ness In Hartford for hair a century, that It Is best for those who may enter tho General Primary to know what whiskey shipments to be shipped InAt Lexington. to dry territory and tho employes nnd enjoyed tho respect andconfldcnce may bo expected of them In advance, and fair to tho people of ives Get Together the of his fellow townsmen to a marked county to know just where their candidates stand, upon all questions of havo been busy all day returning degree. whiskey shipments which have been public Interest. Tlieo funeral services were conductSECOND; We favor rigid economy In the conduct of nil the business Was Active In Politics of the! returnedd from various nnin in In Ohio County by Adopting Progdry territory. Tho Southern Express ed at the residence Saturday afterof tho county to tho end that taxed may be reduced to the lowest posnoon at 3 o'clock by Revs. O. M. sible rate, reitfUlng that we are burdened by the present high taxes, tympany Has not as yet given such State and City Native ressive Platform Log notice nnd they are still receiving Shultz, of Mvermorc, and It. D. State, County and Town; of Ohio. shipments for that system Thy are of Hartford, after which the THIRD: As a matter of gcOridmy ttnd in the Interest of a better Cabin is Emblem. some ten or twelvo whiskey houses' Interment took place at Oakwood. business system, wo favor placing the Fiscal affairs of the county la the In MIddlesboro dclng a shipping buMembers of the family have tho sym hands of a commission to be composed of. three persons to bo chospath of all our people in thels sad en by the voters from the county nt large; believing that tho finances Lexington, Ky March 24. Samuel siness and the express receipts on Responding to the call recently isof tho county can better bo handled by a smaller number of men, who Judson Roberts, editor and owner of whiskey shipments from this office sued by tlic Hcptibllcan and Progres- bereavement. are the second largest in the State, can be chosen entirely with their business Qualifications In view. Un of Ohio county sive Committees the Lexington Leader, who was one Tom Butler Loses Horse Louisville being first. The whiskey der this arrangement tho office of Justice of, the Peace would not be Of ther assembled nt the court house the most widely known and influ- men are becoming ery much alarmed The Fordsvlllc Argonaut said last detracted from, but Its powers for usefulness in the maintenance of or- ential Republicans of the State, and in Hartford last Saturday afternoon over the conditions and no doubt der In tho various magisterial districts would be far greater. of week. largo and representative body a who for thirteen years was the Unitsome of them will have to go out FOURTH: The office of' county assessor should be abolished, and the men from nearly all of the precincts The saddle horse in a four horse ed State Collector of Internal Reve- of business If they are not allowed duties of that official performed by men chosen by the county Board of county. was a serious, teanf belonging of the to Tom llutler, It nue, for this district, died Sunday afto ship their goods. Commissioners, for each magisterial district. thoughtful crowd, met with one pur- while coming to town Saturday mornternoon at his residence In this city FIFTH: Tho people of Ohio County deserves better roads and wo pose In view, and that the bring- ing dropped dead about miles from from the effects of blood poisoning, S. C. Rhode Island Reds. ing together of the two elements of town. Jess Lake and Frank Awbrey pledge tho candidates who may bo nominated upon this platform If electwhich primarily resulted from inflamEggs $1.00 per 15. Baby chicks 15 the Republican party, which had sup- were driving the team, and had a ed, to exercise their utmost powers to lnougurate a system which shall mation of un ingrowing nail on a big cents each. I have a few ported Taft and Hoosevclt last fall, small load of tobacco on the wagon. bring about this desired end in the speediest and best possible way. toe ncar'y a month ago. Mr. Roberts hens, $1.00 each. Indian Runner SIXTH: Wo pledge our hearty support in behalf of every effort to Imupon a platform which wouuld appeal The horse had shown no signs of was possibly the most widely known $1.00 per 12. Place your order to many thoughtful people who had being sick until he began to Btagget prove our schools, for better buildings, more perfect sanitary conditions, and file most active niii municipal now for future delivery. high school, and an Agricultural exRepub- and fell. It was dead before they a course In agriculture for every not heretofore acted with the affairs of any here, there being few MRS. A. C. YEISER, lican party. By request of the two could remove the saddle or gear. periment farm located in the county. adult residents who did not know of 3M Hartford, Ky. SEVENTH: Our sympathies are with the farmers in their efforts to county chairmen the meeting was call The horse was Mr. Butler's saddle him, and therefore the detth of no obtain better prices for their products, and especclally do we symedd to order by Hon. M. L. Hcavrin, .horse and was a fine one, pathize with the tobacco growers of Ohio county and pledge them our citizen could have attracted more who made a brief talk, outlining the WIN BATTLE TO universal notice than his. support in their efforts to maintain an organization, whereby they objects of the convention, and had While always an ardent and active may secure a just reward for the toll given by them to the production read the call heretofore published. COIN PLUGS HOLE Republican Mr.Roberts broad interest of this crop.. We realize that the struggle is, an unequal one and if The chairman then suggested nominaORGANIZE UNION support to secure Government aid In main- in a'l things pertaining to the Inter we pledge them our tions were In order for a permanent taining public warehouses, through which they may hold their tobacco un- est of Lexington people, his gentle chairman whereupon, Mr. C. M. Bar-no- tt IN HEAD til the buyers see fit to accord them fair treatment. and genial disposition and unfailing . placed in nomination, Mr. J. H. EIGHTH: During the last twelve months' the county has been im- good temper had made him highly re- West Thomas, of Narrows, In a brief speech Virginia Coal Miners poverished and" actual suffering has been brought about among the coal spected by the entire community, and cuollgizlng his sense of fair play and I without I Hammer Out Silver Plate In miners on account of Black .work, charged, to the failure of the railroads perhaps enemy. a single bitter per Agree to Meet Operators, stating that Mr. Thomas was the He understood with to furnish sufficient cars. In order that this evil may be remedied we sonal man in the county to purpose a first Emergency Case. . pledge our candidate for member of the House of Representatives to sup marvelous acuteness the people of Lex ccttlng together for the county race. port a measure enlarging the powers of the State . Railroad Commis- Ington and vicinity and his newspa- Semi-MonthJ election was unanimous and he Wages Aid sion and making it the duty of said Commission to require all rail- per was a striking illustration of his Yhudc a splendid speech of acceptance, ability to please and satisfy even coLUelllng harmony, and pointing Always Will Have At Least One roads to furnish a sufficient number of cars, without discrimination, to those Are readers from whom he differed handle the output of coal promptly, that the miners may .have steady out Uio necessity, for unltcdLopposW on political and other questions. Tho we also pledge our support-foHe CafiT work, and Dollar. But anyothcr wise measure, havIncluded. tlon to tho Democracy. Mr. J. Ney Leader ls probably the only dally ing for its object relief from this intolerable situation. Foster was then elected secretary. Spend It. NINTH: We condemn the present Democratic administration of Ken- newspaper In Kentucky which regular(In motion the chairman appointed tucky for' It's extravagance through Increase of salaries, creation of count- ly carries a column in which tho news Phlladeelphla, March 24. John P. tlu following platform committee: less, needleses offices, and enormous appropriations which have resulted of the negroes is recorded as deferen- White international president 'of the a! D. Kirk. M. L. Hcavrin, J. A. Omaha, Ark., March 24. John Crick in the largest State debt in many years, and which Is sure to re- tial and with the same expressions United Mine Workers of America, an 1 ,f.ieh. S. I.. Stevens. V. 11. Edtro and tn,s l)laco ls one man. in the quire an increase In taxation through some form. We condemn It as those used in the news of the nounced here tonight that a basis of L. Carter. While the commltteo more II. white people, but at the same time settlement satisfactory to the miners was out, Hon. Krneat Woodward was State who will never be totally broke, for It's passage of the Confederate Tension bill and it's refusal to pay the paper ls welcomed into the homes has been eracheed with therepresenta upon and sioko along tho lines He will always have at least one these men, many of whose claims havo been proven for months, under called of the most aristocratic families of tf'es of the Paint Creek Collieries the pretext that tho bill ls unconstitutional, although having appointnpjcd out for the work 'o the on hs pereoni.. Unfortunate-ventlothe Bluegrass and is an organ of Lex- Company, whose miners In West Vir giving some good and whole- - Iy for Johrip aowever this dollar will ed officials under the act, who are drawing their salaries. We condemn it ington's fashionable society. Mr. Rob ginia have been on strike for about for it's' failure to place the Penal Institutions of the State under a nonBorne adWcc. concerning politics in p,1Bh nRSU4 he .,vaiifllli erts himself had gained a high social ' ten monthss. general, and suggesting that If upon or as a medium of exchange, for it partisan Commission; refusal to pass a workman's compensation act; position here, and as a politician was corrupt practice act; and for lowering the school per capita. We also There are nearly 10,000 men On no other question, the two elements lies, not In his pocket, where he can a le the mainspring of the Republican Jn e We8t Virginia field. Republican party were uunlted conveniently put his hand on It, but" condemn the unanimous tendency of the State officials, from the Govern- ty of the of this city and county and of Cen. and the expected settlement affect upon me question oi u rroiecuve In the front part of his head, under or down, to play politics, by looking ahead for some other Job, Instead tral Kentucky. about 4,000 of them, according to Mr. Tariff, to the tearing down of which the scalp, and covers a jagged hole of looking after the vital interests of the peoeple of the State, whom they are sworn to serve. To his astute appreciation of the White. The strike of the miner of Democracy was pledged, and ho pre- in his skull over two inches lon TENTH: Our candidate for member of the House of Representatives, people and skill In managing men was the Cabin Creek Consolidated Coal dicted that before twelve months of and an Inch wide. who may be nominated upon this platform, should he be selected by the due in a large measure all of the Re- - Mining Company continues. the Wilson administration had passCrlckmore is Just recovering from' people in the final election, is instructed and pledged to vote for the publican and Fuslonlst victories which. Negotiations looking toward a set- ed, wider discontent and suffering this dangerous wound, which he rec- following laws: ' , were such surprises in this county tleinent have, been In progress for" because of it's Free would ensue eived In a fight several days ago and A measure embodying the initiative and reeferendum; and city In recent years. some time, Mr. White said, and reTrado position than bad existed unwhich nearly ended his life. The The recall for all State, District and County officials. Mr. Roberts was born February 11, sulted in a conference here, with T. J. der the last Cleveland administration. fight was one of the bloodiest ever Am amendment to the Primary Election Law, providing for the elec18S8, and had been a resident of thla Foster, oi Scranton, Ea., who'iii idenThis he said would have the effect known in this section, the weapons tion of delegates to National' conventions, and for the selection of all city for twenty-fiv- e years. Of Welsh tified with the Paint Creek Company. to bring together all the advocates of ho I n f tn vaa ond Y, a silr fn , party committeemen. ' parentage he was a native of Canton, At this conference. Mr. White said. ban-- ! a Protective Tariff, under one smoke of cleared away he was An amendment to the Primary Election Law, providing that where O., where his father, Edward Roberts Mr. Foster assured him' that the comner and this party would control the down withbattle a crushed skull from a there is only one candidate of any party at the close of the time a Baptist Minister, had died during pany he represented wanted to next Presidential election. rock thrown by Alvln Roberta. John His reach a settlement, and the two soon Mr. Roberts' early childhood. Ffetfonu committee then reported; Barrleycorn was responsible for the limit, the selection may be made through that party's committee. An amendment to the Election Law, permitting any candidate to have mother later married her first hus- - agrreed on a basis. the platform, which is printed in full battle. the benefit of the votes of all party's which may support his candi- band's brother, and both she and her Mr. White further said that th elsewhere In this Issue and it was Dr.W.A. Butts was called to attend dacy by having his name placed under more than one device upon the second husband are still living at company will grant .the miners the'' adopted unanimously by a rising vote. the wounded man. His condition Jiallot. Canton. Mr. Roberts began newspa-pe- main demand for which they have Then convention adjoined sine die. was serious and he was in practically The repeal of the odious registration certificate law, which In every work when quite young as a re- been contending, the right of the NOTE OP TUB CONVENTION. a dying condition. The projectal vt'te a" number of local Democrat- andd frontal bones of the skull were election has made easy the corruption of the ballot wherever ' certifica- porter on the Canton Repository. let- men to organize. This, Mr. White tes are required. ter he worked on the Cleveland Lea said would carry with it ic politicians and someo from a discrushed in against tho brain. The n, A measure prohibiting the use of money, with which to corrupt pay, and payment In der, and became Its city editor. tance were on hands to seee tho physician made, an incision In the and distnfranohising any one who may sell or buy votes. the spring of 18SS he came to this for a ton of 2,000 pounds. "circus" and witness the "row" which scalp and removed the bone. A corrupt practice act. Mr. White will return to West city and In connection with a number did not materialize, and they went He had to have something to cover Workman's compensation law. of local Republicans ho fouuded the Virginia on Monday and will likely away with sad hearts. tho opening with which to protect the A measure placing our penal Institutions under control of a nonparKentucky Leader, now tho Lexington call on Gov. Hatfield to talk over Read tho platform, study every brain. ' The patient was In too crltl- - tisan commission. Leader, tho first issue of which aPr, the situation with him. Is any word and lino and see It there ical a condition to be removed to a Roieal of the hunter's tax. "In the course of a few days," PresI peared on May 1, 188S. From the thing contained therein which you city hospital, and there was no time Repeal of tho dog tax. first Mr. Roberts had unfailing faith dent White in a statement tonight, do not approve. to order a silver plato. Tho doctor Abolishment of many needless offices created by tho last session of in his paper's success and he gradu- satd, "officials representing both inIt was the most quiet and orderly did tho next best thing. He made the legislature. . ally acquired the Interests of his par terests will meet aud formulate the Ohio county. convention ever held In one. He took a silver dollar and a 'A. measure reforming tho taxing system of the State which will place tners until he became Its sole owner. details, and thus terminate the long Tho men camo to act, rather than to heavy hammer and beat it out on a the burdens of taxation where they properly belong, Instead of upIn tho fall of 1888 he was married drawn out strike. shoot fireworks. piece of iron to fit the hole. He on tho men who own small homes and visible property, not easily evadof "The unrest among the miners to Miss Anna Trout, of Canton, and Tho mere' fact that a county con- placed this home-mad- o plate in place ed in the assessment. bringing his young wife to this city the West Virginia coal fields Is so meet and adopt a vention should and sowed up the scalp, leaving a A law giving the people of Kentucky equal advantages with those she soon became keenly Interested in pronounced that it ls not Improbable platform in advance of tho nomina- proper drainage and nature Is doing of the States North of us, by compelljng the railroads to glvo us tho his newspaper work and has since the strike sentiment will spread to mom tions in which the candidate for the rest. In an interview with Dr. benefit of 2 cent per mllo passenger rate. . taken an active part in the manage- other sections of the State. ber of the Legislature should be In- Butts today, ho says his patient ls reUpon all other matters not specifically mentioned herein, our candi- ment and control of the Leader. Tho union has made extensive upon vital quesstructed bow to vote covering nicely, and that his mind Is date ls directed to vote in the interest of progress, and for the 'genMr. Roberts served a term as presi- preparations to continue the struggle tions is tho most progressive move- not Impaired by the accident or the eral welfare of all our people. dent of thee Kentucky Press Asso- luntll the State and the coal' operament ever attempted in Kentucky. . Upon, this declaration of principles the members of this convention ciation and In 1911 he was appointed tors of West Virginia conceded the adjourned operation. After the convention pledge their hearty support to the candidates who may be nominaby Gov. A. E. Wilson as a member miners the rights accorded them by there was a perceptible falling off in Quint Kelly Dead ted at the general primary election, first Saturday In August next, of tho Kentucky Election Commis- law namely, the right to over their Democratic enthusiasm pay day; tho right to under the Log Cabin, for 'the various offices to bo voted for in Ohio sion, and held this position until Mr. Quint Kelly, died at his resipropvocts In tho coming county elecand the ledence near Deanfield Sunday. last year. He Is survived by bis employ He county at the coming November election. tion Respectfully submitted, wife, who is a sister of tb,e wife of gal ton of 2,000 pounds to be' estabgravevoto upder the log cab-l- a was burled at the Kelly Wo will ail A. D. KIRK, City Commissioner W. H. MoCorkle; lished. yard, Monday. Several from here atonce more. M. L. HEAVRIN, "Eminent legal counsel, in addition tended the funeral. Mr. Kclley leaves a Bister, Mrs. Working, of Canton, J. A? LEACH, Death of Mr. L. F. Woener. a wire and several children who whose son, Robert Judson Working, to that already engaged, will be emS. L 8TEVENS, Is a student at Kentucky State Uni- ployed to carry the question involv ... v Mfj L. F Woerner died very sud- were living here attending school r. W. R. EDGE, Grant Rob- ing the- - constitutional rights of' Uw versity; a denly last Friday morning about 7:20 He was about 40 years of age and miners to the Supreme Court of taw II. L. CARTER, erts, who Is Deputy Collector of just eaten breakfast one of Ohio county's leading farm- o'clock. He had Committee. Revenue, posted at Fraak.- - United States." had goae to the E11U produce Jer. Fords vllle Argonaut. and The Platform. ;Ul i!, Bcn-nec- tt, r iioiu i 4A 'l'( li? 15 Duc-Egg- m 1,1 nec-essar- I MAN'S IL ly Check-Weighm- en "' r ntr - con-doU- ar n, ,.. par-(8trll- J 1 I i'l er semi-month- ly vo-tee- check-weighme- organize;-semi-monthl- check-weighm- Ki ,f half-brothe- ggggl2mtmmmm rn:.tt. twjJiri jwt wyyjMTBT;rPCElw3MMft.'ir s wtr r aneir .?,. . ttt&feJMUtiftr HIVING PICTURE m,a"lf night. 3ieck for Pictures. j For his accounts of what Imm- V ediately follows, your correspondent Caused Arrest of Elanquet and , on the Word ot a gentleman Law, HighSalaricd Actor who, though taking no part In the Then Tables Were Turned-Huer- ta events he discusses, was a graduate are a lot of ridges for me to hold to Ihsppsd 3,500 Feet From of the1 military school whose cadets ( and where I can climb from one to Walks In. ! were the other swiftly. I went up the Fiat-Iro- n An Aeroplane. leaders in the present revolu-- 1 ! building, right at the outside tlon. curve there, where all those funny Madero left the gate of the fortress New York, March "v. (With the pieces of stone ledglng stick and crossed to take a side street to 'TOIkii Jt comes to doing things that little Fleet, I". S. S. North Atlantic exactly six and a half min- sra-Yf- rioonle gasp there is probably out, In Georgia, off Vera Cruz, Mex., Mar:h his home. Half way down tht block large hit- - "tes, That's not so bad for a pic- - 3.) The final scene of the Madero he met an rfllcer affiliated with Diaz, atVn.fc jjmone New York's who, knowing he had been arrested, that could make a j ture. you see. tragedy In Mexico City being now srea demanded to son IiIr imaa. fliislnvo 'rnrp-jntaUkeeping up wlthj "Hard? .Not la the least All you over. bluff at The Herald's correspondent there's Is In position to tell of the events explained that none hail been given ' W have to do Is to see that fjvr. tha famous dare-dev- il i?r,tv,-your fingers, so your no him. , not hitherto made public. in i.v employ of moving picture com-- 1 grip dust under I Exactly what next occurred Is won't slip. Of course, you've jjaar,, " deprettv good bunch of The arrest of Madero had been of got to have a layed as the result of a plot; 11 was. uncertainty, but at all events .Madero TTever his friends warn himthat .started to tun and the officer fired 5 as a matter of fact, mere accident. tohe invariably tells he one shot, 'f he hit Madero or not f ,hhr"'b On the morning of Tuesday, Feb- - ! W,tll Plenf( I start up a building. I look It !r-nmrv IT thi r!rpanntntlvn nt th( will never lc known, for the sentries a orlT " Mexican Senate and House of Rep- - 0n,the fhJr "S the re,K,r .siluueat. But of course fun Is not ' ?"d, d,8C"ar;cd he, "stunts;- - tne, resentatlves, with the representatives aa 2 sets out of his where I can get a foot or hand hold a f"d of the foreign legations, were gather- - t,helr TtiUe jiicture people pay him big rsuaa. Then I sttart up. Every time before j . .i. ...i hours the broth- r i.k I.....I of his personality and a de- I place my haud on a ledge for V -- t.l.ll.t n IAfllilAn .tl "uu' ...l,U a cu ui iuc iaiaic iui an iiiicri icn ntiii A, rt " g Madero. They had been waiting since acBtJon of some of his i" ' " grip I get every speck of dust off -bullets. By Cushlng Stet.snn in Lou- In the morning, being put off o jjwatannauccs are described up. Every time before i Isville HeaM. from Then I start with one excuse after another, un- .Xwy Yark World Magazine, ..m down on the ledge, while I press grew on to 1 o'clock, with j state of Ohio, City of Toledo, ( In part: til it nvhii e quote surface against the perpendicular I the representatives still waiting. Aafi the man who delights In with my thumb for Lucas County. (ss. a greater purMadero was In desperate straits. I Frank J. Cheney makes oath that his life looks like the meek. chase. You couldn't break that grip young m5n., thHnt'Jghly squelched The citadel of the city, commanding he is senior partner of the firm of you with a crowbar." from Its central portion, all the F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business Jook for muscles should principal streets, was in the hands n the City of Toledo, County and zxkt of.at Rodman Law. Gaze Instead Uncle Ezra Says. nicm a jiair oi arms wnicn appear "It don't take morc'n a gill uv ef- of Diaz. At least half of the regu-- ( state aforesaid, and that said firm have known exertion. Don't fort to git folks Into a peck of trou- lar troops had espoused the cause of will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED xuirez-look .for fiery black eyes and a ble" and a little negect of constipa- Diaz also, with a million rounds of 'DOLLARS for each and every case Dehold a shrlnking.be- - tion, biliousness. Indigestion or other ammunition left, and plenty of food. !of Catarrh that cannot be cured by ZjuJ.fccy Jaw. young liver derangement will do the same. Madero's ammunition was already) the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure, srrxiled, bload, blue-eye- d who stands In a corner and says If ailing, take Dr. King's New Life at a low ebb, and the food supplies FRANK J. CHENEY. ncSisB?, but who can tell stories of Pills for quick results. Easy, safe, had been cut off, the poorer classes Sworn to before me and subscribed xtaS life when once started. sure, and only 25 cents at All Drug- of the city were starving and might In my presence, this 6th day of De-- Xi2l3? any moment break out in revolt. cember, A. D. 1SS6. Yep, I've had a few. I gists. There had been a demand from the clnSP&l 103 feet off the top of a der-sicA. W. GLEASON, jaJDCe and landed in a pile of diplomats that the firing cease. (Seal.) Notary Public. St. James' Court Post Has "Gone In these straits, accordingly, about arrxj- - iron. Scratched me up a litHall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- Begging." 12 o'clock, the President summoned ternally, and acts directly on the tle. Jml thafa all. Washington, the Gen. Blanquet and explained to him blood and mucous surfaces of the March 15. If ""T5"ixat!s my ambition? Oh, some days I'm going to chase over truth be told, the ambassadorship to the condition to which the govern- - system. Send for tettslmonlals free. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. and climb the Eiffel Tower the Court of St. James has "gone .beg men was reduced. He ordered him suitably to make an assault with all the for a candidate Sold by all Druggists, "5c. aJsit. xny parachute under my arm. glng" Take Hall's Family Pills for con"Thxsm when I get to the top.1'11 Jump equipped to fill the most important troops on the citadel. Only quick stipation, jjBL Yep, it will be kinder dangerous. diplomatic post at the disposal of victory could save the government. j Gen. Blanquet refused. He pointed ;ks I can recollect, thirty the new Democratic Administration. Ai Resolution of Respect. people .have been killed so far, but Richard Olney has declined the out to President Madero that he had place in a friendly Evergreen Camp No. 311) W. 0. W. and gracious but one thousand men; that to as Thai.?" viaJ3r Awxrding to Law, U is the slmp-Sr- letter to President Wilson. The sault the Ciudadclla his men must Whereas, on March 1, 1913, God In Jlztle thing In the world to drag reasons given were brief personal approach through a narrow street, His infinite wisdom has seen fit to Communications have raked with fire and shrapnel, and remove front our midst to his final p twenty or thirty stories and family. orsKftXl llfn mAn home above our esteemed friend and White 'fhn( nnno rt ttimii tsiinj'V ly the gripping strength of also been received at the neighbor G. G. Porter, who is the the iiaJiiis, clinging to a rough piece House from Dr. Charles W. Eliot to reach the entrance. The General added that his own father of three of our esteemed bro- oS ttrnie here, or jabbing your hands telling that the former head of Har Jn .a iiole ii the mortar somewhere vard University does not care to reputation as a soldier was known, thers, L. C. Porter, L. L. Porter and ela As Jor leaping off something undertake the work and its responsi- to the nation, but that the men under" A. C. Porter and also husband of our his command had served him with esteemed sister of the Woodman i5h ?J? torch of the Statue of Liber-&- bilities. It was said at the executive offi fidelity and courage and that he Circle, Mrs. Bettle Porter. rjr&sre one must Jump out thirty Therefore, be lt resolved. That Ev&sr. E x;lear the edge of the crowd,' ces tpnight tha: President Wilson would rathr die himself than lead to certain slaughter. So say- ergreen Camp extend It's sincere, iiai .tbiii drop a sheer hundred before was greatly worried by the diffi- them Blanquet drew sword from Nits heartfelt sympathies to them in this rttr avrachute stands even a chance to culties encountered in finding a man ing scabbard, broke it acrofes his knee their sad bereavement; That a copy for the place who suited him. opesf n. mere, nothing. The same condition applies to the and threw the pieces at Madero's of these resolutions be spread upon 'SJThafJl you do? asked the mov-iM- .y ambassadorship to France. William feet. our minutes and a copy of same bp jucuore company when I applied Sam. jnh. i thought a while and the F. McCouibs had another long confer- - "As a soldier," he said simply, sent to each of the county papers for publication and a copy be sent lt ,giit i,e a good little ence with the President and again re- - "I know what that action means." utuzzxo jump off the Statue of Lib-- : Iterated a desire to remain in this Madero Informed Blanquet he was to each of the bereaved ones. practice law aud manage under arrest and ordered him to with H. J. MILLIGAN, ctte. I didn't have any Idea how 1 county to of R. NEY ROWAN, the national committee. draw to an anti-rooTa 3"ing to accomplish It, but that the affairs This scene and what Immediately W. A. KING, The national chairman left In a 35ifcBt orry me much. most cheerful frame of mind, and If followed' were told to The Herald's Committee. "7JT,b5a old balloon Jumpers heard by a of there is a xx ihey all came around andtold that therefoundation for the report representativeintegrity. witness aideunimMany sufferers from rheumatism peachable an Is friction between sar ."Car ihlng was impossible, that no and Mr. Wilson, did not show him nounced Col. RIverell An an Im have been surprised and delighted with lt. o wir had made a jump les than portant message from the waiting with the prompt relief afforded by :Sttl .font and lived. I replied that To those with whom he talked, Mr. representatives McCombs and dip- applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not admitted the conference senators, lVri ziiat time oil bcinir a fool was had been taken up almost entirely lomats. one case of rhuematlsm in .ten reCs ist any biggest stock In trade. Col. RIverell saluted and delivered quires any Internal treatment whatby the question who was entitled to "sSThan J stood up to make my leap, ever. This liniment Is for sale by his message to the following effect: patronage. siCF Awonran was so frightened hu was The Senate and House called for All Dealers. Mr. Mcdombs declined to discuss &rtfirit; .like a baby. I grinned at diplomatic vacancies, but lt is the President's abdlction without Bryan DrawingFire Trs'Brr. .acJ. .reaching oer jerked his the FromEnglish pressure is being brought further bloodshed or delay. The po'idassvr oat of his mouth and put lt known that London, Mach 18. "A blazing In or Diaz In the Cludadella apsition A a.lor. TUen 1 lit out Into the alp to bear in favor of William Church peared impregnable; Osborn, of New York, and judge a provisional discretion," Is how tho Morning Post XkUH alive. government would be arranged by the Georirn firav. nf ho rtiltr.i! 3tnt "" "I'eecu oi v imam j. r Bryan, the Secretary of State, at the potion picture company liked (.rtuIt Court of DeIeware. JU(lRe Congress 'Somu,JO'y sWted!Gray ,s atncks day banquet, given by Madero's answer was of a man be- -I a Democrat and a former u8 a next best bet. Senator at Washington on e has , been onQ of side himself. .Then came the Queensbor-- j tht. L.ntcd Statc8 Comm,Mlonw, at "The trouble with all of my sol Saturday evening. rjrldse. . That wasn't bo nlce.jthe Ilagnft 0ther names menSloned dlers," ho exclaimed, "is that they J The Post reprints the portion of the n2 Kiior was full or floating chunks lne,U(jed u Framj, of M,g. are cowards; by cowardice I am be- speech In which Mr. Bryan cpngratu- latcd the Irish nationalists on their f.Vnnil I had to pad mybeir fairly 80UrI( , uhose I)eha s ,;er clark ing betrayed." we in case I should hit any of It. I vlsted thu WhUf And drawing a revolver from his success In the matter or the Home h, k 2tx.?pu1 in the water all right, and pocket, he shot his lifelong friend Rule Bill and rererred to the, virtual .tif-i.ilitrouble began. The ice wast You Judge a man not by what he through tho forehead. end of hereditary rule In the British b at'fi&ck J couldn't swim to sliore.and liromlses to do, but by what he has Col. RIverell fell dead at the Presi empire. sx s3iM,hf?d up that I couldn't Hud a done. That Is the only The Post says that while It does true test. dent's feet Hearing the shot, tho limes Wg euough to climb up on. The Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Judged aide who had announced Rlvcrell's ar not suppose that Mr. Bryan Intended to give offense, ho should understand juisi couldn't reach me. So I Just had by this standard has no superior. Peo rival rushed back. wa-tto wlin around in that d pic everywhere speak of lt In the Madero shot him through the heart. that his speech Is regarded with keen as liour and a half beforo they highest terms of praise. For sale by These were the actb of a madman, of resentment by many people In Great jycr. xvt Jt. Holi my hands and feet All Dealers. a man far gone In hysteria, no longer Brltlan, and, In their opinion, Is a vw-- rt Xroren, but I dldu't mind that gratuitous and unwarrantable Inter responsible whose hour had struck. Many Driven From Homo. aaarit. General P.Ianquet rushed Into the ference in the domestic affairs of ".iont the only thing I wished for Every year, In many parts of the council room also. With tho help of tho United Kingdom, wVa I was In the water was a good country, thousands are driven from another gentleman he disarmed .Ma "As on tho prudence and sagacity SHC sit a clgart or u little drink. I their homes by coughs and lung dis- dero and then put him under with which tho Secretary of State arrest. sscr. trth when I was pulled aboard eases. Friends and business are left You are no longer President of d,8C,llir&e8 l'1 '8l depend the rela Sotuo Idiot poured a quart behind for other climates, but this Mexico," ho exclaimed. "You tint are ft tions oi tne unitcu stated with other ;xxit a. half of whisky down me when Is costly and not always suro. A bet- murderer, a menaco to tho countries," continues the Post, "It State." E watra'X noticing. It didn't hurt me, ter way tho way of multitudes Is At this moment tho revolution was behooves him to observe caution In fctooajtk. Fact Ih, didn't evcnyinako to use Dr. King's Now Discovery and at an end. his references to other nations," , raw tixzjsj. cure yourself at homo. Stay right Blanquet procedeed to act with "Wil, after that I thought I'd try there, with your friends, and take further promptness. He got General auntt real high Jumping. I went out this safe medicine. Throat and luns Huerta on tho telephone, related to l. i,, and dropped 3.&0U troubles find quick relief a.nd health him all that had occurred. Huerta, let I&faaU and GkiUrta. Srj-r- . Jtixxm an aeroplane traveling ulx- - returns. Its help 'in coughs, colds. as General lu Chief of the governKIM Yn Nan Always 1 jy xdflut an hour. If I remembor grip, croup, whooping-coug- h and sore ment, sustained Blanquet's. a( trtoly. bo Jerk' when the iarachute lungs mako It a positive blessing. 50c every point, directed thataction Madero Beam tba tsjfKxmid pulled one of my arms out of and 11.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranbe held a prisoner and the Congress Signature of sit socket, but I was all right In a ; teed by All Druggists. be lnformel of what had been done. Bariscr couple of days. "Well, to get back to my story, I'd 'often wondered If It wouldn't be nice ta be .able to climb straight up a sheer THRILLING ACT brick wall. I fiddled around with a lot a contraptions and flnal evolved a set of hand aud foot grips which I could sink Into the mortar between Death and RisksOwn br,ck nnd c,lmo thil wa;- - CU,J. I I MADERO'S ARREST I The approval of Congress of Huerta's j rniirta ImniA.llitAlt. .ltt.wl WAS ACCIDENT Executive Murdered Friend He Called Coward. Yet the bloody events of the day .were not over. Gustavo .Madero, .brother of the now wns arrested tne m , i COURIER - JOURNAL ! 1 ! i that T'JZ JSTJES i chsuiu tenuis in it iiuuiii; rvtsiuuruiii I,an I've done It. i However, for motion picture purposes, that's pretty poor stuff. It takes too was absolutely smooth. '"" . .... IW Ilf im8 was uone at For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the "" "J '"; a ! COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Ky. HENttY WAT ERSON, Eihtok COURIER-JOURNA- ; nnij WEEKLY ! L aT aiih 're J AND I HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for 'is. hair-raisin- .,,... ' , sJiir Dai t $ 1 . 5 O. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al A $1.00 a year. 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Woman Shoots Barber To But ho cannot mnko an egg, nor Hollow Horn Bear Victim the Slate Hoard of Health, whllo school houses muy be built and aro Pneumonia In a Hospital explain why tlio limbic of a watcr-nielo- n Death In Shop At bum without any sanitary supervisIs red, tho outside green and ion whatever. Similar conditions aro At Washington. the seeds black. Nashville. all too common In other states. Ho can nnvlgato tho ocean and Is beginning to navigate tho air Good Roads Army. Hut ho can not stay the ocean's ou Washington, Mar. 13. Hollow Horn Nashville, Tenn., March The organizing of boys In various currents of the Bear, big chief of the Sioux Indians have ruined my homo and broken my tide nor divert tho to tho growing! all on the Rosebud, South Dakota, res- causes ministers heart." Just about tho time ha gets puffed ervation and probably most famous senso of social order. Half tho charm This was tho accusation brought up so big over his conquest of nature of nil Sioux chieftains, here of tho boy scout plan Is tho orderagainst Chalks Cobb, n barber died liness, tho Interest In climbing from at 81! llroadwuy, today by that he Is Just about to explode with early y of pneumonia. sixty-foyears tho big chief rank to rank, tho solidarity, the sense Mrs. W. S. Dodson, wlfo of a promi- a loud report, old Mother Naturo For nent Gallatin specialist, and with smiles and hands htm a jolt that hnd defied death on tho war path, of a united movement toward a comthe words bIio drew n revolver front knocks all the wind out of him. He tho plains, tho mountains nnd the for mon end. One form of tho boy cadet her muff and shot Cobb three times. Is pretty big to bo sure, but compared est, but tho Inclemency of March movement Is seen In the good roads Washington, where he army, the chief of which Is a woman, Tho first penetrated the left side, with what ho has done, what ho weather In tho second entered tho left sldo of hasn't done Is as a grain of Band came to attend President Wilson's Mrs. Frank De Garmo, of St. Louis. tho head, and the third tho neck. to tho bulk of tho universe Jlryan'? Inauguration, was too much for the She studied the conditions of school-goin- g during her residence In LouCobb was hurried to the city hospital, Commoner. old warrior. When he was stricken last Wednes- isiana, and decided thnt bad roads but died within flvo minutes after Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has party were the chief reason why school-goin- g arrival there. won Its great reputation nnd exten day the young chiefs of his In certain States fell so much Airs. Dodson was arersted and lock- sive salo by Its rcmarknblo cures of consented to take him to the palo ed in tho police station. Her husband coughs, colds and croup. It can bo face medicine men at a hospital, below the average of attendance In was wired and arrived here a little depended upon. Try It. Sold by All where It was seen thcro was no hope. such States as .Massachusetts, Rhode moro than an hour later, atter a Dealers. Hollow Horn lingered In a seml-sclo- Island, Connecticut, Ohio and Indiana, which are all Statos with a large g condition until early trip in an automobile. On yesterday Mrs. Dodson had when, just about the tlmo the break- mileage of good roads. She organiof Respect. Resolutions brought a child Into the shop for was curling through the zed the boys into an army, into regiWhereas on Monday the 24th day fast smoke tops of his people's tepees on the ments and battalions, one for each n haircut, In order to locato Cobb, of February Mrs. I.afo Pean was reservation, tho Great Spirit township. Each battalion Is organizwho bad left Gallatin about one week called to her eternal home beyond Dakota hunting ed Into platoons which cover each ago, being previously employed tho "Great River"; therefore bo It called hint to the happy ten miles of road. The cadets use grounds. there. Resolved by Hartford Camp No. 202 According to a special from GallaBorn a pagan, Hollow Horn died drags to level off the roads and preWoodmen of the World: s, William vent tho settling of water in tin, the tragedy occasioned but litThat wo extend to Brother Pean a devout Christian. The Rev. they repair fences and bridges H. Ketchum, director of the Bureau tle surprise there. Mrs. Dodson is and his bereaved family our heart about 33 years of age and has been felt sympathy in the loss of his es- of Catholic Mlnslons, gave him the and care for trees. Especially good married for sixteen years. Cobb was timable wife and companion. AVe last rites. Ills body will he laid to work is being done by tho boys in out Missouri, Deleware and Iowa. 26 years of ago and of handsome apknow that mere words can't soothe rest with those of his ancestors M pearance. West. The newly married party had eshis grief and that only He that caped from their demonstrative taketh and glvcth life can do that The Men Who Succed, What Wo Never Forget. .friends and were on the way to the nnd we can only point him to the according to science, arc the things great Commander for consolation. as heads of large enterprises are depot when the carriage stopped. The men of great energy. Success, associated with our early home life bridegroom looked out of the window Resolved that a copy of these resosuch as Uucklcn's Arnica Salve, that lutions bo given to the bereaved demands health. To ail Is to fail. impatiently. mother or grandmother used to cure (family and a copy bo given to the It's utter folly for a man to endure "What's the matter, driver?" he half alive condi- called. our burns, bolls, scalds, sores, skin County papers for publication and a a weak, eruptions, cuts, sprains or bruises. copy be spread on the minute books tion when Electric Bitters will put "The horse has thrown a shoe, him right on his feet In short order. sir" was the reply. Forty years of cures prove its merit. of tlilB camp. s. "Four bottles did me more real good "Great Scott!" groaned the brideUnrivaled for piles, corns or OTTO C. MARTIN, Only 25 cents at All Druggists. than any other medicine I ever took," groom; "even the horse knows we're S. I,. KINO, ., ,, writes Chas. B. Allen, Sylvanla, Ga. Just married." -- ElMr E p BENNETT, "After years of suffering with rheu"' A Constitutional Tariff? Committee. matism, liver trouble, stomach disCENTRAL GROVE. Marshall sa8 that Vlco President orders and deranged kidneys, I am Congress muBt "go back to the Tar- Redmond Sends Wilson Shamrock March I. Miss Edna Brown of again, thanks to Electric Bitters, iff of 1SIG for a solution of tho Tarplace. Is visiting Mrs. Leslie Washington, March 15. St. Pat- sound and well." Try them. Only 60 Noffslnger, of Central City. iff troubles." How Is that for rick's Day may find President Wil- cents at All Druggists Democracy son wearing In his hat an approved of which Mrs. J. B. Rowe attended the burclaims championship? Marshall fur- Irish style, a sprig of Shamrock from Unusual Offer To Our Readers. ial of Mr. Clayton Myers at Goshen Monday. ther says: "If 1 know Mr. Wilson the old sod. From Ireland today thcro For a limited time, and subject and old fashioned Democracy, they reached tho Whlto House for the Mrs. Sallle Peters, of Olaton, spent well-knoto withdrawal after' 30 days, the propose to go back to first prlnclpL I President, a box of real Irish Shampart of last week with her nieces publishing house of the J. Mesdames J. M. Shoulders, H. He proposes first to go back to a rock, tho gift of John Redmond, a And tho Dem- prominent Irish member of the Brit- B. Lipplncott Company, Philadelphia, constitutional Tariff." and H. M. Tichenor of this ocrats In their platform have said ish House of Commons. Tho Presi founded 1"!)2, offers the readers of place. subscripthat all Tariffs for Protection arc un- dent's Secretary, Joseph Patrick this paper a 13 months' has .returned Mrs. Ada Park-YouMagazine" and (111.) Frceport constitutional. to Piedmont, Ala., after spending a ho felt tion to Tumulty, with a smile said year' subscription to The Hart- week with her parents, Mr. and MrB. Journal. that ho alono was qualified to receive a This will ford Republican, both for $3.00. sub- D. M. Park. them. Undoubtedly tho President Is the price of a twelve mouths' RED HILL MiS3 Sadlo HocUer went to I.ouls-- , share tho little green leaves with his alone. Ad- ville and Cincinnati recently, returnscription to March i. '.There will be a meet- Secretary. ditional to obtaining every Issue of ing last week. She will be. milliner ing at this place the -- d Sunday In this naner for a year, our rcadeis 'for S. J. Tichenor at McHenry this April. Rev. Joseph Acton will preach, In 20 Years. First Sheriff will receive In "Uimincott's," 15 spring. Hverjbody luvited to attend. 17 The Ky., Mach Fankfort, novels by popular Mr. Oscar Smith and wife of Mor- bond of Thomas E. Rlchadson, tho great complete Miss Violet Loney Js visiting her authors, '103 short stories, crisp, en- aunt, Mrs. Ora Maddox, of Beaver M. Potts Saturton, visited Mr. M. Taylor county, was tertaining, original; 45 timely articles new Sheriff of day night and Sunday. filed with tho Stato Auditor today from tho pens of masters, and each Dam. Olaton, was and Mr. Clem Moxlcy of Miss Viola Waddle of Bennetta, is approved. Owing to complications poems with the In this vicinity surveing land Tu- over tho collection of a railroad tax, month some excellent tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. right sentiment and "Walnuts and Autry, near here. esday. Taylor county has, not had a Sheriff secMrs. Ira Uozarth of this place, who for something liko twenty years, bu Wine," the most popular humor Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rowe, Mr. and Imtion in America. To obtain this ex- Mrs. M. G. Snell, of this place spent has been ill for some tlmo is settled In traordinary as the tax matter has been orfer prompt action is Saturday night and Sunday with relproving. the United Stales Court on a com- necessary. Remit to .1. B. Miss Murlll Harris and Mr. Chester promise Judgment, a Sheriff was apatives at Williams Mines. Company, Washington Square, Uoach of this place, visited Miss Liz-zl- o pointed by the County judge. Rosa Loney visited Miss Miss 36t3 Phlla., Pa. Burton Sunday. Mlnnlo Mclntyre, of Williams Mines county Is now tho only coun Green Sunday. Mr. Otis X. Kock, Hartford route ty that Is without a. Sheriff, and that Adds Interest to Farm Life. Sunday after- county 1, was In this vicinity Mrs. illzella Rowe is sick. samo railroad tax has the Moro and better live stock adds noon. Miss Gladys Loney entertained a muddlo that Taylor county had. Interest to farm life, and attracts few friends Wednesday eenlng March Mr. Dock Burton of this place, our brightest joung men and women. 5, it being her twentieth birthday. will mako a business trip to A general abandonment of llvo stock Thoso present were: t 'Misses Meek this week. New York would greatly Increase tho tendency Hockcr, Pearl Brown, Mamie Should Mrs. Tlnnle Wilson, who haB been A Prominent of young people to leave tho farm. ers, Blanche Hobdy, Graoo Chapman, sick for sometime, is slowly Im- Politician Near Death o Agriculture without llvo stock tends Rosa Loney, Violet, Gladys and proving. Hon. R. N. Lansing, of Rensselaer, toward a relatively Ignorant class, N. Y., Six Times a Member of the Loney; Messrs. Barney Hocker. Mr. Marvin York, wife and child, Assembly, Tells of Narrow Escape. not farmers from choice, but for tho C. L. Lonoy, Plrtle Park, Aula Rowe, of this place will move to Llvermoro "About nfteen paying labor as In factory, shop or Xoah Rowe, Barclay Shouldersj- Tom years ngo I was next week. Wo wish Mr. York much tnken with rheumine. AVe ought to work out and Brown, Lotia Hobdy, Othel Chapprosperity as they jour success and matism, which establish systems which would en- man Blrchel Hobdy. ney through .life. my heart affected stock. Illinois Farmproducing1 what courage live Murphy, wlfo and child Mr. Paul You can say goodbye to constipawas called val-- v ers' Institute. of Narrows, visited Mr, and Mr. u a r trouble. tion wltth a clear conscience if you doctors Sunduy. , Bob Acton Three I would use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have told me of Jails Versus Schools. Mr. Jack Harris and fAnilly never do another by their use. public Healtth, been permanently cured move to Kvansvlllo work. A recent issue of day's had many this place will Kor,salo by All Dealdrs. I While In a few weeks. tho bulletin of tho Michigan State remedies recoma Department of Health, contains mended to me I ' Said of Woman, got a bottle of striking example of tho ridiculous Miles' Heart rr. A woman sets her own standard. llmlUittions often placed on public FOR FLETCHER'S Itemedy and it helped mo Inside Tho boara recently She makes other people respect or health work. of 48 hours. At condemned ttho Ingram County jail disrespect her. the end of the week I called on my Sho makes men rocognlzo her as doctor nnd nsked him to examine me. bpcauso somo of tho cells wero beMan's Limitations. Ho said I was better than ho ever not J a person of charm and consequence, and wero low tho ground-leve- l Ho expected to bco mo and nuked If I was Man Ms a pretty wlso animal. The county or as tho direct opposlto. told him When many problems, and as a taklns lib medicine. taking IDr. Miles' In sanitary condition. has solved Sho can bo vulgar or refined, nd- I w.i not. but was was compelled to build a now jail result ho Is mighty puffed up. But Heitrt Kumcdy. he said, 'Thank the In District C, mired or disregarded, treated seriousflguro Lord for Dr. Miles' Ikurt Remedy.' I thnt was sanitary. ho has his limitations. Ho can it, nnd whllo I County, ly. or looked on as n jouo. continued to talio Lansing Tqwnship, Ingram .. .1 -' out to thtf fraction of a second when . . realized my heart wus damaged so 1 j 111 11 I1IITII """ " nas' "" II 4.1.umnl llli ll'Iiir pluuot will doss the path could not expect tt permanent euro, for there was a sshoolhouso which a certain 'she conducts herself fix. overy dny, fifteen enra I worked a basement room lighted and vcntU of another planet I Hud boen told I would small windows, in this a I inf i, hasn't vet learned why nv weili as.iin. In Jul'. 1011, and It latcd by rivocrowded CuriOUS Church NotlMS. small amilu, Uk( i with loon, wero fly. birds inlfiatn or how thy wont to my luurt an lii.foro. I cot so IIre aro two notices Copied' frni .Tho condltlonh aa to lluht children, I Ho can put a lot of wheels and bud that onu of tha Albany papers and ventilation wero as bud la th- !ho ojAireh d.or in a small vllle wrote up my llfo ami sold 1 eould not wires togetlur and jwiorola a fQit liveI again too sajlool njoih uk In the jail cli; Vot h'Vhujs. "Tlilu Is to V il0 culls electricity, and with it lit Ii . it a fV ' wt '. ' th Stato Ilcrd of Me.'iiU ! i " tof?;ta Kiiwn U to uc purled In ' "N can perform wonders IIliving hi ! oloc-'- $ pour t) o:N- tl.e sobo. 1 bard t rffrWircbyard hut t,i t I But H llQetn't How what UO '.ih tO ' ... ,. lfi" UATlsll. TCS1 m linul .' Itn,. Kl. I urnvul.. 1i . tlplty la, or why H U. u tintikar? (t oir J tu a It 10 w th u f. I i. 'of tii bu'l i.j ,u an r Ha cniwirtteu VWir at a bvou Vfteaiu Joiks, lu.taj v. iU." "l.v ant.nelj'. U4S ay other lwiy. jwlnl, convey it hundreds of mlla Or Ml!?' Hsju Hm edy I told .i:i toll Uie4r 'wart ii i . 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Ut 'Ja, CU ahuU u'irli "iciiid i'h.- - dtuie lnjj t. . o a'f d Iw4 cijio ui tfc.Uu. l Vn wd ho up de bteuv una .ie usp In. ha' ti lock uua .ut de cai oud uvd oi uoria.e i.ua tic A undress myself, uiul my Itet xs&&5 up und scols nie, den de bain- - erics und I haf to valk him ub und &Kit-do- n maypo ven I shunt gp to .Rfeeel UNIQUE PLEA it's dlines to get ub again. Va 5 ged ub you shust stretch a. ywaote and you Urges Reprieve, Saying He Is of dimes fire, put onvas ub. T'JuiS to light. do tho kettle. JKrn mlt my vlfo already and mayis set of Underworld's Victim some br'kfest. You play ncottf& zl& tay .und haf plenty of fun. 1 IueI "Code of Honor." T vork all tay und haf plefltr drouble. Ven you die, yoii. I die I may bar to. g to " Osslnnlng, N. Y., March 13 John Mulraney, condemned to die In the soriicwheres. Ex. electric chair on Monday for the murder of "Paddy the Priest," a New Most Thorough Organization sent a York saloon keeper, Agriculture in the Worifl-Sulzer in which ho de letter to Gov. Much is to be learned from TzkaX. clared that unless reprieved ho would S go to his death the victim of the un- Is going on among tho fatuwct-awhich Germany, for In that country- - acsT-cultu- re derworld's "code of honor," Is the most thoroughly Mudi condemned a "squealer" as tho most "contemptible thing on earth." Ho most lntellglently organlied.1 TSseru. asks for a reprieve" of sixty days In says Myron T. Herrlck, wrIUueiiKfke order to bring forward new evidence Atlantic Monthly, aro organfcaaiixiR to porve his Innocence, for supplying farmers with, laiiixl Ho declares In the missive that, at rcasonablo rates, orBantzaiwaicftur believing In the "code or honor" and carrytug on all tho operations." tsar-nec- ted thinking ho could not be convicted with tho cultivation or 'fit because he was Innocent, ho had dono soil and all owned and auwesesd what ho considered "a bravo act In by tho farmcrB themselves aiui. Xsv trying to Protect supposed friends their own and not merely tavr ili.' by permitting this Infamous chargo banker's and others' bonefft. organizations bavo not only lwroit?SkO to bo lodged." Tho prisoner adds that ho was means of Immonsoly IncreaBiuH' & prpductivlty of the farms, but 4n "framed up" by tho Now York and that whllo Intoxicated on also wonderfully Improved tliu " whisker given him by tho polico ho onilc and social sUitus of th. tatta;., slaned a confoaslon wliloh ho suppos- themselves. The first ed was merely tt tuUniut dircrlblng ganUutioufl was for lu . tboj so that a taruior .oi ' "" 1 Us movements on Uw nlfUt-ov. U noed .1 tnurdtr. catiltal SUBMITS to-d- f Tt' po-ll- cq n 'ii' Dutchman And His Do n 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' '- - 1 11 I ' liv-ilom- . I x m'J-i- . ri"'i '.. ..u 1.1 t. iteUfe.,. - -- -. r arm'tmsxif iX. '.n im.,wimmKmtNii noar-g-Ji mm XK BaKSjottart DWWIKIr uwMtse!! ZaSStr. mtSZUr&i &.-- ff'''T'. cratlc naners are very much opposed to the Retting together of Republi cans and Progressives In Ohio coun nt the I'o.tottlra ty on a County ticket. W onder wny. Knttrrd ncforJlDR to l Brtforl, Kj., .unmll mntter ot th Mcond We would hate to think it could bo anything selfish. CM. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Tho Hartford Herald is making a EDIT0R8 ;roat bid for the negro vote this fall, HAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER i laving been their consistent po'lti-M- l PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. enemy all of It's life. It fawnlng-l- y says: "Perhaps some day tho neAidrttf all communications to gro may find out that In a material sense the Democrats aro as good Hartford RopubHcan. friends as ho has anywhere." NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS new the nretit to a lei.lrlD Tho Owensboro Inquirer says that Bobcrllrr en who ddre mnt glre the old nddreM In ranking the one out of every forty-so- t rwinedt. Wilson Is an applicant for will not be returned voted for UMollclte.1 mnnncrlpt office, and yet it has the hardihood o1mi accompanied by o","P because the Bull Anorjnions commnnlcatlonn will receive no to suggest that attention. Moose and Republicans are getting together In certain places, it is caused by a desire for political "pie." aaovlx 3M.trr In the deatirofEdttorSam J. Roberts, of Lexington, the State has lost FRIDAY MARCH 2S. one of her foremost citizens and one who for a quarter of a century has Announcements. stood high In the councils of the Re publican party. He was successful as FOR COUNTY JUDGE. a newspaper man, having under ad We are authorized to announce L. verse circumstances, made the Lex Ky., B. TICHBXOR of Hartford, ington Leader the most popular jourcandidate for the Demoroute 5, as a nal in Central Kentucky. Mr. Robcratic nomination for the office of erts will be greatly missed by his County Judge of Ohio county, sub- fellow citizens, not only in Lexington ject to the action of the General but over the entire State. Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. The platform adopted by the Repub licans and Progressives in the conCOUNTY COURT CLERK. FOR We are authorized to announce C vention held herev last Saturday has any" 0. HUNTER, of Hartford,aa a candi- so far not been attacked from quarter. It seems to have been Just date for the Republican nomination for the office of County Court Clerk what the convention wanted. It dca's County. General Primary with present problems Involved soof Ohio lely in the coming November elec August 2, 1913. Election, tion; pledges the united party and authorized to announce LO: it's candidates to certain well defin We are SMITH, of Hartford, Route 6, as a ed principles, and it is the first time in the history of the State, as far candidate for the Democratic nomiunnation for the office of County Court as we know, that any party ever Ohio county, subject to the dertook to bind it's candidate for the Clerk of action of the General Primary, Sat- Legislature in advance upon a line of conduct and pledging his support urday, August 2, 1913. and opposition to certain laws. These are named in the platform and it FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce C will be an easy matter for those on P. TURNER of Hartford, Ky., as a the other side to pick them out and so, candidate for the Democratic nom- offer opposition, if they dare do for the office of Jailer of We are waiting to see if the oppo ination Ohio county, subject to the action sition wiU oppose any ofthe measures of the General Primary, Saturday, advocated in this plaftorni, which has been predicted would be "a strange August 2, 1913. document." We are authorized to announce NOTICE. JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., All persons who attended the conas a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of Jailer vention at the court house last Sat ot Ohio county, subject to the action urday afternoon on the strength of of the General Primary, Saturday an advertisement In the Hartford Herald stating that it was to be an August 2, 1913. animal show in 'which certain anl mals would ride each other, leap FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce TOM through hoops, and perform various COX, of Roslne, as a candidate for other stunts for the amusement of the Republican nomination for the of- the bystanders, are requested to call fice of Assessor of Ohio County, sub- at the office of that paper for a re ject to the General Primary Election, turn of their money, and those who' came from a distance will also be Saturday August 2, 1913. entitled to reeelve return pay for We are authorized to announce G their horse feed and dinners. WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as a AND IDIOTIC. INCONSISTENT candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of Assessor of Ohio to "Hey. boys, everybody come county, subject to the General ElecHartford next Saturday and see a tion, Saturday Aug., 2, 19J.J, thrilling sight, worth going miles to see." FOR CORONER. "It was a very tame affair from We are authorized to announce Dr. start to finish. At Intervals It lookA. B. RILEY as a cnndlddate for the ed more like a Quaker meeting than office of Coroner, of Ohio County sub- a polltica1 convention." -ject to the action of the Republican "The Bull Moose rid the Elephant. party at the General Primary August "The Bull Moose is now extinct In 2, 1913. Ohio county." n ReHas tho old and publican party no followers hero any Who Is Webb any way? more?" Few men so llvo that when they "Mr. Harnett once refused space die the undertaker sheds tears. for an articlo from Mr. Thomas." "Mr. Harnett referred to .Mr. ThomEaster hauTwo're"Hatter this year as as a gentleman of honesty and and so were Easter pocket-book- s. probity, and Intimated that the conThe open door at the White House would get a square deal at Japan said sho vention reminds us of the one his hands,'' was going to establish In Korea. "The negro is causing the Bull Have fou seen ono or those now Moose and Republicans considerable Invitations to tlio White House. They trouble as as a voter." "Only about a half dozon negroes are much sought after we aro told. attended tho .Moose Republican con-- i After all" there aro few sounds so ventlon In Hartford Saturday." inspiring as the crack of tho bat Hartford Herald. against the first bail ot the season. Harcford Republican. l. 13 comes out in a signed article, exlion-cratln- g the Auditor and tho Attorney General for their acts, it all looks by the very much like a "frame-up- " Administration to tlo these claims years, and sad- up In court for dlo them on to tho next Adminis if tration, under a inero pretext. (i,,. 1,111 la niipiiiiKtltiillnn.il. It la also unlawful for the Auultor to pay Com-- 1 mlssloner Stone and other assistants who have been looking nfter the claims as they hac been presented. As Kentucky did not secede from tho Union a great many of our citizens thought It was wrong to pensoldiers, sion these Confederate who when they cnlistd, were not responding to a call, either State or Na tlon, and in fact very few of them have ever expected or nskedfor a pension, but it Is a crime for the State to hold out this offer to old men and women, some of whom are in destitute circumstances, and then refuso to make any proWsion for payment, resorting to a subterfuge in an explanation for failure. These old citizens should either be paid what the State has held out to them, or they should know that they are not to expect it. NO STORMS CAUSE HEAVYJAMAGES Cyclone Sweeps With Death Spring Stocks I In Every Department Are and Destruction. Thousands of People Perish in Fire andWater , Ohio County Practically Complete.! Boys' Eeperience. CREEK well-know- It Is almost as dangerous to be president in Mexico as It is to bo a baseball uinplro In the United States. DuiiiiiKcui'a in I'.iiKumu iiuv ioen burning bridges, but whether be fore them or behind them remains to be seen. 1UU The year 1913 starts out as though the President's lucky "13" Is not going to protect the other people from calamity. again. So -- jaxino Eiliott-lsa"bHWell she knows tho way down a church aisle as well aa anybody In this country. Another pretty heiress has eloped with a chauffeur. The horse may Jiave been put out of business by tho Auto, but tho groom hasn't. Tho office' doesn't havo to find the do man in Mexico. Ho generally comes after it with a battery of cannon and A regiment Tho of rccoucentrados. mes, LouTsThIo-Ti- Owensboro Demo- - Jcjulrcr and lu fact all the CONFEDERATE PENSIONS. The last session of tho Legislature passed an act allowing allCoufederate soldiers and their widows who were i of a competency, not possessed a pension at tho rate of $10. per Practically the same act month. was passed by tho preceeding Legislature, but was vetoed by Governor Wilson, for tho sole reason that no appropriation was made out of which to pay tho large sum of money required under the act. Tho present Legislature made no provision, eithi er and finding itself growing moro and more hopelessly lu debt, largely j through increased salaries and offices, Its own work, tho present State Administration arranged for tho Attorney General to give .n nn opinion, stat)ng that Uio mea-sur- o Is unconstitutional, and requiring a suit to be brought to test It's constitutionality. Whereupon tho Auditor refused to pay any Confederate pensions, although no suit has been brought to lnjoln him from so doing. Commissioner Stono then al ESCAPE. Messrs. Alfred and Otis Wallace and Talmage Davis, three Ohio coun ty boys, who were roturnliiB from Ow n ensboro Tuesday afternoon tell blood curdling story of theelr experience with a cyclone at May's Springs fivo miles this side of Owensboro, nnd on the Hartford road. While driving a four horso team, the storm suddenly struck them, upset tiie wagon and blew aU four of the horr ses into a ditch. The coupling pole of tho wagon was broken, the fore wheels blown into ono direction nnd the hind wheels In nanothcr while one of tho boys was lifted bodily over a hedgo fence, more than fifty feet into a field. Another boy y.a carried to a bridge to which he clung until the hardest of the storm was passeed. They report that all 0f the houses and barns In that vicinity in a strip several hundred yards wide were demolished. After returning to their wagon tho boys made it on to Pleasant Ridge, where they spent the night, arriving home Wednesday morning. None of them were seriously hurt, but suffering from some of bruises and a vivid recollection theelr narrow escapee. Immenso downfall of rtlln All over Ohio county Tuesday find Wednesday lias caused tho streams to overflow their banks, and Rough river Is rising rtt a rapid rate, giving promlso ly. of another very high water. Mrs. J. II. Bennett of Hartford has been visiting her daughter Mrs. J. Will pay top price for good butcher W. Sanderfur. cattle. Let mo know. Foster spent last Miss Marllssa R. E. BALDWIN, week with her brother Mr. Ellis Fos 3U7 Beaver Dam, Ky. ot Hartford, ter Mr. M. B. Harm'ml and family spent Sunday with Mr. D. E. Ward and fam tly. TO CARRY FEED Lltlto Miss Lena Ward spent Mon day at Mr. W. G. Wards In honor of A their little guest Miss Thelma Bennett family visited Mr. L. M. Ward and her brother Mr. W. F. Stevens and family Sunday. Mr.Robert Renfrew and family visit from Oklahoma. .Mr. Robert Renfrew and family visl cd Mr. Arley Shown aud family Sun day. was March 2C Dr. Waterhouse here yesterday taking oil leases for tills company. Miss Marllssa Foster has returned from a weeks visit to relatives at Hartford. Rev. Ell Wesley received n fine Epworth Plnno last week, purchased from the Williams Music Co., not long since. The Easter hunt given at Mr. Homer LIndley's Sunday afternoon was an enjoyable occasion for the children and young people. Mr. Ed Lewis and family will move to Owensboro this week to make their future home. The many friends of' Miss Osa Wesley will be pleased to lourn that she Is a contestant in the Pony contest. Mr. Jehn Llndley, Llvcrmorc was the guest of relatives here Tuesday We aro soon to have the sen Ice of telephones In our two community. The farmers are building a line to the pike with the expectation of connecting with the Mutual Co., and the Rough River line is being repaired. Mr. W. G. Ward and family visited Mr. S. E. Bennett and family Sunday. Mr. V. W. Sanderfur and family spent Sunday with Mr. P. D. Twed-de- ll and family. Miss Irene Ward who has been absent from Hartford school on tho account of sickness Is better' at this . writing. Mrs. Bertie Rial and daughter, Dena, visited .Mrs. Sam Ellis one day last week. Mr. Ellis Henry has purchased a fino cow. Miss Thelma Bennett is spending the week with her Aunt, Mrs. W. G. Ward. Mr. R. E. Ward spent Sunday with Mr. II. Ward and family. Mr. S. Johnson started for Miss issippi Monday. Mr. Curry Wallace and Wife visit ed tho latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Flelden Bennett Sunday. Mr. T. W. .Miller and family spent Sunday with Mr. Pendleton Ward and family. r rrI Mrs. Henry Dooley spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Ed Lewis. Mrs. Ell Wesley who has been sick is slowly improving. Mr. Walter Purks and family visited Mrs. Mollis Ellis and family Sunday. Mr. Dudley Ward and family spent Sunday with .Mr. Ed Lewis and fami- During tho Inst week or ten days tho Ohio aud Mississippi valleys have been "visited by the worst wind storms In the history of the country. These have amounted In many instances to cyclones, in which many lives have been lost and property which will reach many hun dreds of thousands of dollars. At Omnha, Nebraska, over 1.200 buildings were destroyed, and 200 lives were lost, as the result of a cyclone. Many towns In Indiana were also visited and much damage done in the I loo slcr state. Tho storms havo been fol lowed bv an Immense downpour of rain, which hac produced flood conditions, in all the states of these dls-troy- At Dayton, Ohio tho city was sub merged by the breaking of the res ervoir and levees on the Miami river and the city was almost destroyed bv flood and fire and from L',000 to 5,000 pccoplo havo perished. In many instances the water roso to tho third story in buildings, and one school building containing 400 pupils was entirely submerged, almost In the twink ling of an eye, and It is thought that none escaped. At Indianapolis I ml., it is estimated that 100,000 of people had been driven from shelter by tho flood, and in In diana alone It Is estimated that twenty million dollars worth of damage had been done. At Louisville, Ky., Owensboro and other points in Ken tucky great dumago has been done by the destruction of dwellings, barns, and other buildings, but no great loss of Ufe has been reported. OHIO COUNTY BOYS NARROWLY This season is no exception from former seasons. Every effort has been put forth to assemble a stock of general merchandise that will fully meet the demands of the public. With three big stores we possess a buying capacity that puts us on an equal footing with any concern in the land. Believing in straight forward legitimate merchandise; that one man's dollars is as good as the other. We only have one price to everybody, and this price on every article is as low as is consistent with legitimate merchandise. We practice no sort of deception but give every customer full value for ' the money spent with us. Dependable merchandise has always, proved to be the cheapest in the. long run for the customer to buy, consequently we handle no sort of trash, but stick to merchandise that we can fully recommend to be satisfactory to the purchaser. It is needless for us to say that we are after some of your trade. We emphatically are and you can't know anything about the good things we have without you come and see for yourself. If you will only take the time and look into this business proposition you will soon realize what you have been missing. We extend a special invitation to you to visit this store just for a look. We will leave the buying proposition all to you. E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, - . Ky. WANTED! I i v' - Two Cars OF Live Poultry i Will receive them at Beaver Dam, Ky. 3SK.MrMIMA.- Tuesday I Wednesday April 1 i g and 2, 1913. as Follows: Will Fay Cash Marriage License. Samuel J. Robertson aud Ellzaboth Smith, route 2, Beaver Dam. Oscar M. Borah and Tassle E. Tay of ordinary quality is easy enough lor, Cromwell. I try to do better than that. I en Estill B. Ashby and Oma B. Ash- - deavor to havo Feed of superior quul-lt- y by, Rock port. and to sell It at the ordinary price I. K. Slnnett, Whitesvillo, and Ef- That I am successful Is proven by D Hartford. flo A. Park, Route J. L. Hasham aud Ivu Ray Smith, my largo and Increasing, patronage. routo 7, Hartford. jlf you will try my Feed your stock Edgar Vaughn, Adalrvlllo, and Dau- - will bo healthy aud strong. clo B. Taylor, Beaver Dam. W, E. Dortch and Mary Lovi Taylor Grren River, Ky. ,W, V. Tinsley, route 7, Hartford, The Produce Merchant and Eva M. Ragland, routo a, Beaver - Hen 13c lb. or better Cox 6c lb. or better i?S Bring your Poultry and get the price of m the season. s: W. E. ELLIS S S. M0SK0WITZ & CO. Dam. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY C. W. WALLACE, Receiver. J bfiiMHUIMHUHHHHUIUI v J - k.Af . m, Lj H v : . Harifprd Republican, s ! "I received n flno office Wednesday and lott an order .Monday night. for printing for his stock. Mr. nnd" Mrs. John Blair, of visited their son, Mr. Will Blair Twenty-thre- e years ago yesterday mill fnnillv hrrn a few dnS thlB WCCK. tho terrible cj clone aud tornado swcit Ejtgs For Sale B. P. Hocks, Popo this section, doing It's worst damage Stock, per setting, 15 eggs for $1.00. about flvo miles northeast of Indian Runner Duck Eggs, 13 for 75c. MI13. JOHN W. SANDERFUR, .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Woodward, of flWjQP' fiJl K. 7, Hartford, Ky. Louisville, spent Easter hero with Mr. J. FTSotwers,who formerly relatives. Mr. Woodward lias retjirn lived on what Is known as the J. ed home, but his wife remained hero Will C. Riley farm, north of Hartford? for a fow days. dlod suddenly at ills residence, at Rock Mr. Alva Calloway, of Centertown Ind., laat week. breedsuccess in tailing and who owns several head of fine Engraved or printed ing stock, was a caller at The Re business cards can bo had upon short publican offlco this week, and left 9V f Jar notice by giving your order to The a big order for printing. Ho is an is Republican, Hartford, Ky. Prices and ticipating good business this season. 32tf samples gladly furnished. lls this Dr. A. U. STley announce or any kind Salo bills. stock-blweek as a candidate for renomlna-tlo- n of hand bills, of any description, ticket for on tho Republican Silks, in nrlntcd on short notice at Tho Re Coroner. Dr. Riley has made tho beet publican office, Hartford, Ky. Prices' tf. Coroner the county has ever had, and are right quality Is first class, has brought to tho position In a numMisa Leila Glenn, who is attending ber of Instances the value of his proBelmont College, Nasshvllle, Tenn., fessional training. He announces sub for. returned to her school Monday after Jcct to the General Primary Elecnoon, after spending master nere tion, August 2. with her parents, Judgo and Mrs. We this week announce Mr. G. Will call to Jf S. Glenn. Brown, of Jingo, or route 1 Hartford, Mr. Allison Barnett, linotype opera as a candidate for the office of prices, tor for The Republican, is taking a on the Republican ticket few weeks lay off from work, and dur General Primary Election August 2. lng that time his position Is being Mr. Brown is a very competent man, filled by Mr. Guy Forrester, of Ear- - and If selected would make an honllngton. He has est, conscientious official. is Collins us to Ordination of the deacons and eld sencd as Deputy Assessor for the Church last three years. ers of the First Christian of this city, will take place Sunday Mr. Tom Cox, of tho Roslne pre Kwior Wright, thn tmstor. will be cinct, has entered the race for the salesassisted by the Rev. W. J. Clark, who Republican nomination for Assessor, will preach at the morning service. Genera' Primary election, August 2. to Farm and Ranch, Holland's Maga Mr. Cox Is one of Ohio county s best zine and The Republican all one year citizens, and lias had three years ex each for ?1.75, thus saving you J1.25. perience as Deputy under former As Will be sent to one address or three sessor on the Kepuoiican uckoi addresses, as you desire. Send all race for the nomination against the orders to Tho Republican, Hartford, successful candidate, Mr. Frank Lowe, 32tf twelve years ago. Ky. Seed Oats and Potatoes, at R. L. Mr. and .Mrs. U. S. Faught enterDever & Co's. N. Y. Early Rose Po- tained with a pound supper at their tatoes 95cts bushel, Early Six Weeks home at Centertown Tuesday night. present were Misses Irene Potatoes ?1.05 bushel. Northern White Those Oats 55 cts. bushel. Cabbage, Onions Davis, A1U McMillan, Bessie Mason, Fresh and Cured Meats at lowest Nellie Campbell, Ines Tlchenor, Ma' prices. bel Tlctienor, Mattye Maddox, Gladys a Maddox, Mary McKenney, Maude CalHon. Shelby Taylor, formerly lawyer of Hartford, but now residing loway, Mattye Shelton and Messrs Stll-I,- q at Crowley, La., visited friends hero S. M. Dexter, Edgar Calvert, visitByron Mason, Hera Hatcher and Mr. Taylor also last Friday. y, ed relatives aud friends In Beaver Leon Bishop, Koine Asnoy, me abu-breturning Shelby Boskett, Elvis Tlchenor Dam for a few days before Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. and homo. --"tobacco warehouse, which is Faught, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Rowe, .?" Local E. M. Davis, and Mr. under the management of .Mr. T. FV Mr. and Mrs. Faught. V. II. MOORE & SON. Tanner, is prizing the A. S. of E. to and Mrs. H. B. 28. several .Among our callers Saturday were FRIDAY MARCH A carload of Oats and Corn just bacco, has had returns from hogsheads sold on the Louisville mar Prof. E. S. Howard, of near Beaver W.E.ELLIS. arrived.' ket, which brought $10 for leaf, and Dam; L. B. Loney, Mcllenry; Elijah Produce Man. 35U. Barnett, route 3 Hartford; Win. Fle-ne- r. H. k E. Railroad Time Table M. from $3 to $4 for trash. Let us show you the New Dress Beaver Dam; Wm. Hamilton and Towell Hale, the entertainer, apat Hartford, Ky. Goods and Trimmings. last Will Duncan, Mollenry; H. C. Dever, peared at the opera house here CARSON & CO. Monday Olaton; W. H. Maddox, L. & N. time card effective Monday night, under auspices of the route 1, ready to show now local lyceum course, and delighted Echols; Otis White, Flint Springs; Aug, 21 st. Wo are now m. Spring Clothing. Tlnsley, Greenville; Rev. Ell No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. his audience Immensely. By many R. W. CARSON & CO. dally except Sunday. reader Wesley, routo 3, Hartford; Esq. O. he was pronounced tho best E. Scott, Prentiss; W. F. Stevens and No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. Bring the boys and let us fit them that ever appeared here. Joo Chapman, No Creek; John W. daily except Sunday. epidemic of an There Is quite with a now Suit and a Hat or Cap. Beck, J. A. Bllbro, John C. Riley and No. 110 South Uound due 8:45 a. m. mumps In and around Hartford and CARSON & CO. Miss A'ma Riley, city; Tom Cox, dally except Sunday. been Republican will bo many school children have 1:40 p. m. Roslne, Deputy Sheriff Sam Keown, Copies of Tho No. 113 South Bound due to their homes on account of Beaver Dam; John H. Thomas and Bent to all contestants In tho Pony dally except Sunday. them. The later doxelopments among Henry Carter, Narrows; and Silas Contest. H. E. MISCHKB, Agt. tho older folks are Prof. W. R. Hed- - Stevens, Cromwell. Tho prizes given in The Republi rlck and Dr. J. B. Tappan. In this lasuoot The Republican will can's contest are well worth workMr. Bvron Foster, connected with Who wants the llcycle? be found tho announcement ot Mr. ing for. tho engineering department of the C. O. Hunter for tho Republican nomi wants the Shetland Pony? Who The hardest worker will surely be L. and N. R. R. Co., and stationed nation for tho ortice ot County Court & rewarded handsomely lu our Pony Buy the Wunderhose at Carson at Butler, Ky., visited friends In Clerk of Ohio county. Mr. Hunter Contest. Hartford Sunday. He was reluming was born and raised on tho farm Co's. Mr. W. S. lIoard,8ioutc 7, was a to his work, and had visited his par near Smallhous this county and enHats at Ready-to- Wear Ladles' ents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Foster, of gaged pleasant ca'lcr at Tho Republican in school teaching In tho counCareon & Co's. Owensboro. .Monday. ty for four years. For the past four soimTgrrl or boy win the flno Help After tho regular drill and rltlo years Mr. Hunter has been chief de Mr. Claitdo Webb, routo 5, Hartford Shetland Fony and outfit. caller at The Repub- practice of Company H. last Friday puty in the clerk's office, where he vas a pleasant Miss Mary Taylor has relumed night, Lieut. C. B. Shown waa host has shown thorough competency and lican office yesterday. at Louisville. from a visit for the mem has familiarized himself with the rec Wo havoHtheT Mattings andd Rugs at an Informal luncheon the a A complete line of Hats for you are ready to clean bers of tho Company present and ords and duties of the position in a for you when youug men at Carson & Co's. fow guests. Tho affair was hugholy maimer which readers him well fitCARSON & CO. house. enjoyed, and later some interesting ted for tho offlco to which he asAttorney Otto C. Martin, transacted Any girl or boy In Ohio county and beneficial talks were made. in Llvermore this week. pires. If nominated, he will make a business over 10 years old may become a Stcrling'Silppers for ladles not We aro In receipt of a letter from strong caudldaato in tho final Smith candidate In our Pony Contest. CARSON & CO. the circulation department of the in all styles Farm For Salo A great bargain. Louisville Herald announcing that good home-mad- e Several weeks ago many families In Plenty of those For particulars write C. T. Fowler. they will continue for a short time Hartford were quarantined against W. H. Mooro & Son's. 3Glt. bog Jowls at Riiznlinthtown. Kv.. Routo 2. their special clubbing rate with Tho mumps, mainly because of tho Shoes W. L. Soe tho now Low-Ctho Shetland Republican. The special price is now the By a llttlo work & Co's. school. However, the State Board of Douglas make at' Careon Pony, harness and buggy will belong $2.75, or a saving of 50c from the Health has refused to back up the loto somo Ohio county girl or boy. I have Hay for sale. regular price for the two papers. cal Board In the matter, and the quar R. B. MARTIN, Hartford, Ky. 33tf Indian Runner Duck Eggs for salo. The members of Co. H will meet antlne has been declared oit. Aiuuy Render, 13 eggs for 50 cents. Mr. Thomas O. Baker, of again tonight at the Armory for drill pooplo have been Inconvenienced by office MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, iwas a pleasant caller at this and target practice. The new Spring the attempt at quarantine, some of R. 3, Beaver Dam Ky. field gallery practice rifles are fur- them observing It strictly, while othThursday. 34t4 ' Mr. John II. Barues, caanler of tho Tho people of Hartford wcro nishing fine sport for thoso who at- ers liavo iald very little If any atBank, transactThursday morning when they tend drills. Private Harlan Stewart tention to it, and the result has been, Beaver Dam Deposit t week. got up and discovered that during led, high score with 50 out of a pos- very unsatisfactory, causing considered business In LoulsvUIo sible 50, at last drill which was a able 111 feeling among tho citizens. Special Louisville Herald offer tho night a light snow had fallen. Tho In However, it has not been due to any Mr. A. K. Anderson, rural carrier perfect score. vlll not last very long, bo send M. to this office as quickly on routo 3, from Hartford, has pur Miss Tas-si- e fault of the local Board or Dr. Tlch Osc-your order Borah and Mr. 32tr' chased a flno motorcycle, which ho as possible. E. Taylor, both of Cromwell, wcro enor. the hea'th officer, who have adwill use In his work as soon as the married at tho residence of Rev. E. sought to do their duty in a conscienIf y0u have something for salo, thought of in The Republican, Hart- weather opens up and tho roads get. II. English In Hartford Sunday after tious way without any vertise It gladly fur- good. English of- favoritism whatever. noon at 1 o'clock, Rev. ford. Ratea are low, and 34tf Mrs. Borah Is tho only Say, Mr. Business man; do you ficiating. nished upon application. To The Public. of Mr. C. S. Taylor, a promi Weekly Herald and ncod any printing done? If you do Tho Louisville standing at my stable at I am year let us do it for jou. AV'o can print nent tanner, and Mr. Borah Is tno The Hartford Republican, one tho famous "Red Eagle" sad- $1.35. Send all orders to your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill sou of Mr. C. u. Boran, a tinmcr .each, for cngusedfdlo horso,,Roy Wllkes"tho trotter.and Is 32tf Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewritulso dealer, and The Ropubllcan,aUojrKy. spendtho flno breeding Jack, "Black uou After ten Letters, Salo Books, Circulars, in that business. LouSPECIAlTciTuirOFFER-T- he Bull Hart-.for- d etc., aud print them right at right ing a few days with friends nt Also tho full blooded Jerse isville Herald, dally, and Tho Your patronago solicited. homo at "Darby," your no.t order. Loltchflcld they will bo at Republican, one year each for prices. Try us with j ALVA CALLAWAI. 37U Republican office. 32 tf. Cromwell. . Send orders to this office. 32tf Call at Tho ?2.75. '$' flftl fkcT lf Last Saturday we had our annual Spring Opening. It was a every respect. wP If I Messrs Walter yesterday. .Mr. ' AllCIl, CclUertOWIl, nnd Mrs. tjtpi7'! Mr. and Mrs. Hoolicr Williams ami Knott nnd Frank imiiij uvvr uiu.iiiiiyiii ui u unu (jii'i WCrO in iiaruoru which camo to their home rcccntlj. . . i Elgin Jr.. Virgil Mr. S. II. Oglcsby, of nenr Center-towboy at their homo was a caller nt Tho Republican ' ' ! n, Bu-for- d, I I You Will Be WATCH FOR OUR TW0-PAG- E ' Surprised r i I . nl' 0tt AD. NEXT WEEK. ff Our spring line now com plete. The new things we are showing Millinery, Wash Fabrics, White Goods, Linen Suitings, etc., are just what you are looking Rosenblatts. Hi v H ti I 1 have you and see our Merchandise, get our and we will make your coming profitable. with Smith Mrs. Sara We would be pleased ! n . sHi J SMr--- - , show you the spring headwear. McCall Painstaking patterns in stock. ladies wait on you. Remember that 19 IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. thimgs 'x T?.ESOLVCD THAT ii v 1 are looking tm STotiC or-RE r$WSK v--l Wl Mf Cl Z ? m, i a Qfc PRICES AND IHPil l WE HAVE COT A JE CAN BE YRjOUV ARE LOW-THE.YA- m HONEST-V- C w-- VVANTfoUR CUSTOM. dmow - Cr FCrsS3ar" ta I Fno BP I A FflEND-UE- b FLIGHT a,a-s- - - ""'" " EVERY WOMAN WANT S To KNOW THAT THE QUALITY OF WHAT SHE 5UY.S I.S HIGH- -. HOW. GOODS D'EPARTMEJiT OUR. DRY GLEAMS WITH BRIGHT, BEAUTIFUL, NEW SPRING THINGJ. THE QUALITY OF OUR. WE GOOD-STRICTLY FIR-ST-CLA-S- NOT JELL SHODDY GooD-- AT. ANY ONLY A FAIR. RRrCE PRICE, AND WE DO A-S- d FOR OUR BETTER MERCHANDISE.. THIS WHOLE PAGE COULD NOT BEGIN To DESCRIBE OUR- - NEW THINGS FOR SPRING-COM- E IN AND SEE THEM. THEY WILL DELIGHT YOU, AND YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD. CARSON & INCORPORATED. CO- - of-fl- co Hartford, Kentucky. 1 New Spring Millinery Now on Display. Have a nice line to select from and ut sur-nrls- ed new and popular designs in ladies' headwear. Inspection invited. a m I Miss, Poppie Nal KENTUI Cen-tnrtn- Over Rosenblatt's Store, Main St. HARTFORD, SVVVVVtrVVVW a gmWMMMIW ' '. mi mm iw immmmmmimim MpH.MMVMnMbtfMOfeCMRTfe'VfcffWrtt "vv i i aid from Tho Hartford Rcpublclan HAZERS .dUILTY OF about any contestant's vote. No count of tho votes will be made nt any MANSLAUGHTER time, until the final count, when tho winners will bo announced. Tho balw In lot box will ho In plain rpl, 1.n titltl 1ia il.l -'Precedent Set By Jury in ortntIoeke(1 nml th0 Key (lel)08ited at the Bank of Hartford until time for Carolina And Boys Go count. boy or girl, 13. Tho contestant, To Jail. who recehes the highest number of votes will reecho a first class, gontlo Pony toHamilton, N. C, March 15. Estab- and well broken Shetland or gether with a full set of harness lishing a precedent In the annals pony buggy and will be given the State, a verdict of guilty of man and a ito the winner after count is made. slaughter was returned this aftercontestant, boy or girl who renoon by the Jury In the trial of The Raleigh; Wil- ceives the second highest vote will Ralph W. Oldham of a $30. bicycle; if boy is win liam L. Merriam, of Wilmington, and receive boy's bicycle and If girl Is Olive, ner, a Aubrey C. Hatch, of Mount winner, a girl's bicycle. Tho contest the three University of North Caroant, boy or girl, who receives tho lina students Indicted In connection highest vote will receive a $1G with the death of Isaac William Hand third Chapel Hill, gold watch. In a hazing escapade at 14. Three competent and Impartial N. C, September 12, 1912. There Is hazing controversy Judges will be selected to count the no record of a being threshed out previously In the votes on hour the contest closes. by entering 15. All contestants, courts of this State. acverdict of the Jury was re- this contest, bind themselves to The three cept and abide by the foregoing turned at 3:10 o'clock, after rules. hours' deliberation. 16. The publishers of The Hart Judge R. 13. Peebles sentenced each of the prisoners to four months In ford Republican shall at all times the Orange County jail, beginning be willing and glad to furnish any inApril S next. Each of the defendants formation In regard to tho contest. 17. The hour of closing the conwas ordered to give $100 bonds for the County test will be announced by publicaappearance before bis Commissioners, "who shall In their tion In the Issue of the week pre discretion hire them out to whomso- ceding the close. ever they please in the State." Demand 3 Per Cent Money. The fathers of the defendants were in the court room when the minimum Struggling farmers In the state of sentence for manslaughter was pro- Colorado are to be assisted financialemotion nounced. No evidence of ly by the state, if measure proposed was dlsplaed by them, nor by the by their representatives in the legprisons. islature are adopted by the nine reading to her class teenth general assembly. A teacher was In tho house there is a strong con and came across the word "unaware." any one knew Its lnean- - tingent that will vote for any measShe asked If ure which will be Pi benefit to the One small girl timidly raised her farmers. The State Grange is repband, and' gave (ftp following defl- - resented by its secretary, Mrs. Angcs " Riddle, and the Farmers' Union by pitlon: ' -'IJnawaje is that you take off all Pearl Gates of Montezuma, John A. n Hicks of Weld and John W. Goss of the last thing Jjef ore OU put' jrour Boulder. signtie on. ... Three per cent money for the farm ti to Kales Governing Pony Contest. ers will be the demand, the money be furnished by the state. In Colora' 1. Any boy or girl not over the do there are hundreds of thousands age of 1C years, living in Ohio counof acres of land which can be cullt- ty, may enter the contest. vated successfully In tho event that 2. This contest shall begin Frifinancial backing is given to .men day, March 21, 1913, and shall close who will do the Work. Tho opening On Saturday June 2S, 1913. A coupon of the Panama canal will mean that good for 10 votes will be printed In Republican for tho thousands of settlers will come to The Hartford four weeks of the contest. These, Colorado to live and rear their fami first propospd 10 give these peo'coupons when properly filled out muy lies. It is ple, as well .S those now settled on contestbe voted by an one for any dry lahds, encouragement, and the ant. To be complete they must in- encouragement will be substantial if clude the border. To bo counted lhy the plans of the Grange and tho must be brought or mailed, (as Farmers' Union people aro carried shown by postmark) to this office Farmer. the date shown on each into effect. on or before coupon. To Know The Worst Soon. 3. Contestants will be furnished Both tho Democratic party and with receipts to be given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many the country may be fooled by the sample copies of The Republican as coming Tariff and currency bills, but Mr. Wilson disregards all omens and desired. 4. Special voting coupons will be cheerfully llxes April 1 as the date Issued for payments on subscrip- for the special session to take up tions, (new or old) as shown by those two matters. This early date schedule herewith. These can be vot- obviates the prolongedagony of ai- ed at any time during the contest. rchenslon from which tho country The number of votes indicated will suffered tho last time a Goventnent In no manner be changed during the Democatlc In all bandies came into power with notice that Tariff cur progress of tho contest. rency matters were to be changed. SCHEDULE OF VOTES FOR The Tariff bills aro to be ready 200 votes by that date, practically aro ready $1.00 One year 2.00.... 5U0 votes now, and five months after tho elecTwo years 1,000 votes tions the leglslathe processes will 3.00 Three years 4.00.... 1,400 otes be in full swing. Four years Five years 5.00.... 2,000 votes It was very different the last time. 5. No employe of The Hartford Cleveland and his Democratic ConRepublican, nor member of their im- gress were elected on Nov. 8, 1S92. mediate family, may enter the con- The old Congress went out when Cle eland camo In on tho fourth of test. C. Votes can not be bought, and March, but the extra session did not once issued to, or east for, any con- assemble till Aug. 7, 1893, and the testant, may not bu transferred to Committee of Ways 'and Means, with All subscriptions secured William L, AVIlson as chairman, was another. together with the not appointed till two weeks later. by contestants, money for same, are tho property of Tho extra sebslon devoted itself to The Hartford Republican and must be the silver question, and tho Tariff turned Into this office. Subscriptions bill was not ready till after adjournTho regular session began taken in tho name of one contestant ment. may not be transferred to another Dec. 4, 1893. but 'the Tariff bill was in any manner, but must be turned not Introduced In the House till Jan. In to this office and counted for tho 8, 1894, and was passed Feb. 2. Tho Gorman substitute was reported to one in whose name they were Any contestant dropping out the Scnato March 20, passed July 3, of the contest ..ill lose tho votes denounced by the President as perfidy and dishonor, passed by tho Houso cast for them. 7. Contestants, or their friends, Aug. 15, 1891, became a law without need not tell anybody anything about the President's signature and went tes; If thoy do, they must Into effect Aug. 2fl, ten weeks before their tell the truth or they will bo ruled tho elections of 189 that swe.pt the Democrats out of power. Brooklyn out of tho contest. S. No subscription may bo taken Standard-Uniofor inoro than llvo years In advance, Another Object Lesson. but in addition an old subscriber may Lot the country seo onco more, 'all arreais owing and votos will pay be Issued accordingly, thus, say for after noarl a faeoro of years of prosa total of seven years: 2 yottis ar- perity, what it costs to adopt tho rears 500 votes, 5 years in advance Democratta doctrine "and carry it out lu pruotlce. It seems that oery 2,01)0 votes, total 3.500 votes. i). hit to have a lesson of what couuons uud sulrfterln- v'oting 1' i 'Uist bo sent direct to the Con - Dcinoroitle domination means and u. oi. Mii.tsy sent by mall must uhat disaster It brings. We may- as be'ragtoteriili money order or check, well have ours and done with it ajid otherwise Tin Hartford Republican the UickfT the better. Let Air.' Unwill not bebeld res4MnslUte for ft derwood and his associates so with their campaign of destyrtic-flcIbunjr vjn aixl ve the tauiiii?" oboe r.wr 10. Vote! can be secure I only by ik 't a !i o')ii i 1t mil d a n. r tl the weans wi lunh in tv sr ml ,o cometui tt.ll icuu ,u 11. iutui ot i.'l. Dufialo 't 'S. rl. t.l s It measures eight and inches around the long way ami six and two.elghtli3 Inches around cross 41 vas. The weight Is four and n half ounces and forty grains, weighWHAT BEST .TO DO. Four things u man must learn ed several days after being laid, these who wish to sco this egg to do If hec would make his record true; should call at once, .13 we arc not To think without confusion clear- going to tnke nny clmncts on keeping an egg of that size too long. ly; Central City Argus. love his fellowmen sincerely; To motives To act with honest purely; To trust In God and Hcaen securely. Henry Van Dyke. HAVE YOL'R SUITS SAVING THE HOG MANURE. An Important consideration that Is s too often overlooked Is the economical utilization of manure produced by swine. Drlot feeding in summer and DyeIs often associated with a heavy waste of manure on account of the ing large part of the manure that Ladies work given Is leached or blown nway when deposited In bare lots. Feeding on the pasture or In cultivated fields will Hats Cleaned and do much to obviate this loss, since a large proportion of the droppings and urine will then be deposited In Work called for and tho field, where the fertilizing constituents may bo uutlllzcd. Star Club $1.00 Farmer. WHERE THE FARMER STANDS. Sometimes fanners think of themselves as Blmply cogs In tho wheel. Hartford Pressing Clilli, They are far more than that. The farmer Is tho world's greatest proY. M. C. A. 1JLDO., vider. His hand feeds the world. His HARTFORD, KY. farm Is the source of supply for every man, woman and child on the face of the earth. He Is the mainspring of society. He Is the nation's balance wheel. He furnishes the moTHE tive power for the world's work. SEWING When he keeps the standard high, MACHINE the life of the nation is strong, OF clean and full of power. To realize QUALITY. and to live up to this would make u3 all better fannerss. Tho Star Farmer. NOT SOME OF MY BELIEFS. SOLD I bellexe In abundant exercise and UNDER nutritious feed for cows and young ANY stock. OTHER NAME. I believe that a heifer bred for milk production can not be ruined for that purpose by too good feed WARRANTED FOft ALL TIMK. ing previous to her first calving. If you purchase the NfcvV MOMti tU Wilt 1 believe that tllQ most Important haVAB. Hf(ajLwt Atlhn mire VminaViiilidtolli - ..j-- time to, practice good feeding wltli hvtk.fAAH An1xrhnlnnfnmlra. UVJi UUTVHU VMvw dairy cow Is when she. Is dry. a Quality I believe that a soft, comfortable bed to He on will be reciprocated Considered milk by the cow in an increasing it U the the Likewise by absorbing flow. Cheapest liquid manure wo double the fertilizing value of the animal excrein the end ment. Cowboy, In Farm and Diary. to Luv. MAXIMS. tlrn'O-elghth- Farm Topics. office. Tho egg brought to town by Mr. Wwlng Is pronounced to bo tho biggest lieu egg over exhibited here, Is on exhibition at tho Argus Dli'eotory Ohto Cou.31.t3 Circuit Court T. V. Ulrkhcad. V. V. L. II. Tichcnor, Hartford, R. F. Iinlgo: Hen I). Rlngo, Attorney; 1'. MUlMff, Jnllcrj K. 11. llurrnss, D. No. 5. Clerk; L 13. lUrkheiul, Mnster Com2. E. C. Ilnrtford, Reynolds, Kj'-missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee 3. SI. S. Pattrrsoii, Olaton, K'. i U'liltn Hun. IiV. Jury Fund: T. II. IllncK, Sheriff, it t Air.ir-i- l irnrt'onl. Deimtles S. O. Keown, 5. Rlehard Pluiiimer, Taylor Mines, Denver Dam; O. cnor, President; Henry Pirtle, Se- - u ..........i l3 l' tftiitiitt tVnnaiirnr. ' COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, KcSfi 1 .H 1 Ilnrtford; Cleaned i Pressed Repairing neatly done. special attention. Repaired. delivered. month. rate per NEW HOME w- TEST w Om . BKDOUIN d. 1 Vhcn, aftw a long Journey In tho horse, study him carefully and give him barley more and miffe every day until thou ha&l ascertained the quantity demanded by his appetite. A good horscma'h 'ought to know the measure of barley suited to his horse. When, after a olng journey In the winter, through rain and told, you at length regain your tent cover your horse well and give him parched barley and warm milk, but do not let lilm have any water that day. The prophet, has said: "Every grain of barley glcn to your horse shall secure ou an Indulgence in tho other woi Id." Exchange. COST OF DIRT ROADS. Some time ago Prof. W. C. Hoad of the Stato University collected statistics concerning the cost of country roads without maintaining tho uso of the road drag In soveral counties and the results are somewhat surprlsng. Theso figures aro taken from tho official records and show the cost per mile each jear: Crawtord, $52; Douglass, $38; Franklin, $31; Johnson, $43; Neosho, $10; Saline, $43. Tho cost of maintaining dirt roads with tho uso of the drag varied from $1.50 to $C, with an averago of $2.40 in one locality and of $3 In another In no case was tho cost of dragging more than $ti per mile per year, and the roads were infinitely better than uunder the old method. It Is surely worth 50 cents per month per mile of road to any community to keep lta public roads in good shape and In view of tho fact that tho averago cost of all tho drag-gd-o roads was only $3 per mile, or 25 cents a mouth, tho wonder is that wo don't have better roads. Kansas Farmer. If you w:intncwlneiimchlno, write for our latest catalogue beforo you purchase. The New Home Sewing Machine Co, OrcRge, Mass. .&fc tfvZ. ftr -- WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS Ml I EQE I... ..d HaMHMr.IWBMar.lll rall ..1 h Itl in nvrrcantll And l.o 33 jrrin rrlnr.tInK I"."" Voting mn and wnm.n for .ucr-flVPnirr now. liinu WII.BU1. K. NMltll, Lexington, Bj. TilPtV lln.., DHAlhAA DIlAIIAflMAtlllll pusiiicos,riiunuyi Apiij I VfMUKI I irIIln BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY .lal. SZZZEaBOK&. Very Serious It .3 a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-KugH- T Liver Medicine The reputation of this old. reliable medicine, for constioatlon. in. digestion and liver trouble, is llrm-- vl ly estabiisned. it docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger Bale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 Oh.ilcfrenCry CASTOR Egg This is Some FOR FLETCHER'S I A $Zi3 gen-emtl- fn 1 -- - Mr-wa- rd V. J. C. Ewlng of Cleaton, who Is ono of tho bltuest men In Muhlmgoi'K comity, has a hen which is very loyal to him. Ills hens thought Mint as Mr. Kwlug has taken u, i yuoJ vara of his chickens, he o , jjfc, to have an Baiter egg whl ' iiaht cetue near uiatehlui Ms o so a plot was hatched up to I. ouc 'ihe brn joiJ fowls i Uliodi' UVtid U 1 fit to ,1 vdt" o g' , .". 1 t'." It :i 'r a'i 1 clear, steady lneuro thb by Keltnm the oil that bums tlcar ana clean witngui a inciter uown id i'cr.i'ylvauin. tho last drop. crude oil retmed to i.erfcctlon. Costx no moio than tho taal:n l ml - ivos SJONJSV tv pyw. vu Oi.i'er ins SOL1TB OIU .i nt) it. uhout from our iii. nt. tho homo than Staves E&es Nothing rnoro Important tn Is '.'.LRv'. iiy Lamp t 3"-- i - QSS 1fs&$ County Court It. It. Wedding. Judge) V. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. L Court Hartford. Smith, Attorney, convenes first .Monday In each month. Quarterly Court DeRlns on the February, .May, fourth Monday In Aucust nnd November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday in October. Other County Officers C. S. --Mox-loy, Sureor, FordsWlle, Ky It. V. D. No. i; Dernnrd Felix, Assessor, Hartford, It. F. D. No. 2; Henry l.eaeh, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. D. Uiley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. I.esllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after Jrd Monday In March, Tuesday after Srd Monday in June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Mondny In December. John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday lu March, Frldny after 3rd Monday in June, Friday Monday In September, after 3rd Friday after 3rd .Monday In December. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday after Srd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday aftei 3iu Mon- uay lu December. John H. Miles, Rockport, Frldny after Srd Monday n March, Fr'cay after Srd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday in September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. J. C. Jaclson, Ccntertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In June, Saturduy after 3rd .Mondny in September, Saturday after Srd Monday In December. SI. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday after 2nd Slonday in March, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In .May, Tuesday after 3rd Slonday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Slonday In .May, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday Jn August, Wednesday after 2nd Mon day in November. Grant Pollard, Fordsvlllc, Tuesday after 2nd .Monday In March, Thursday after 2nd Monday in .May, Thurs day after 3rd .Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Slonday In No vember. J. L. Tatton, lUilpll, Friday after 2nd Slondny in Murch, Friday after 2nd Slondny ill May. Friday after 3rd Monday IH August, Friday after 2nd MonOny in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John II. Wilson, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Slarshal; Court convenes second .Mon dny In each month. City Council J. II. Williams, .Mayor; R. T. Collins. CJorfc: K. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Sleinbers of Council Robert Hoover, P. II. Taylor, J. II. U. Canon, E. P. Sloorc, Fred Cooper, W. .1, Dean. R. PendleSchool Trustees Dr. ton, Chairman: W. II. Harnou, Secretary; Dr. J. V. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. SI. E. Church. South Services morning and cNcniiig every first and third Sunday In ooch month. Sunday school a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday e cuing. Rev. Savlllc, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday in each month. Sunday school DM.'i a. m. Prayer jntetlng every Wednesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday nt 11 n. in. and 7. p. in. Sunday school 3:30 n. in. Elder W. U. Wright pastor. Cumberlmid Presbyterian Church-Sun- day school every Sunday at 9:43 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford l.odgo No. tjT!., F. nnd A. SI. meets every first Slonday night 'In each month. M. L. lleavrln, W. SI.; Owon Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. 13. S. meets every second and fourth Slonday evenings. Miss Wlllyo Smith, W. SI.; SIlss Ellzaboth Sillier, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday evening. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Foster, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 39, K. O. T. SI. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L, P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights in each mouth. C. SI. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W7 O. W. meets every second and fourth Saturday nights In each month. Leslie Uonnott, Council Commander; W. C. Wallaco, Clerk. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. SI., meets ovory first nnd third Friday nights lu each month. Mrs. Attyo Griffin, Lady Commander; Sirs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Kci'Btono Chapter No. 110, R. A. ,11.', meet every third Saturday night in eacn Montn. jonn T. Jlooro High Priest: W. S. Tlnsley. Secretary. nml continues thrco weeks; .Monday In Anrll, two weeks; Monday In October two wcel.s. coincncs W. C. Enrp, Koslne. Court first .Monday In l'curunr I'. Jones, Itotito S, ixciiiuii.y. third third is'si :r.ESr.5ff && Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. Will praotlco his profalon In Ihla and adjoining counties. Commcrctal and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. K, Barnes S!(S6J8. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. s Smith nnd C. E. W. II. Uarm-Smith announce that thy havo .fortn-- a iwirtn.rsHVp for tdio gonwrnl practice of law, exctipt criminal and illvor casoe, Sir. Smith balng County Attor-oo- y Is pruvw!tod from practicing such . census. Afcr. Bornus will Individually In accept BUch practioa Ofliom Hartford Republican building, Hut-ford, K- - J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. 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WO ell f 'i lii ft 'd "No ' fit X .Mutt.. J- LiUrvIHe, Ky 01 iiK" . Oil. '") xr.i?rt - n tyntc Km utle SJemli-'Dt:i Xihtton. Webwtr 'count v: J. v. IJu.iii, iHiless county; Henry Pirtl. uuJ ouutj w J. K.HY 'iai('m coun. ts I' I . )w i moit. Wjuu n i Ci.i. Oi " i' iK' r- - L. Jj. 1"1 h- r ilartfoid ir Kv. oi We i,i IJau-- ' -- iii ' 1 Slj . i( tV.'l&n Yr h ,i , oj-ity- j - kW; i. ,.jArffi. . &(. ti-iS THE VERY FIRST "" Some Selected Recipes. Hominy With Left-OvMeats This is especially nlco for cold roast pork, but If thcro aro sovcrul different kinds of meat, tho dish will ho all tho better. Into a buttered baking dish, which can bo brought to tho table, put a cup of salted hominy. Pack it carefully around tho sides of tho dish. Fill tho center with tho meat, cut up into cubes. Over tho meat, not over tho homltty, place somo very rich ,whlto sauce. Then put In tho oven and hake. Bring hot to tho table without removing from tho pan. To make tho white sauce, stir a tablespoon ful of flour Into a tablcspoonful of melted, not hot, butter, and thin with a cup of rich, sweet milk. This Is nice enough for a company dish, as Is the hominy with cheese. Noodles To two eggs, beaten light, add a little water and a dash of salt. Mix with sifted flour until the dough is as Btlff as it can bo kneaded. Cover with a cloth and let It stand for three or four hours. Then roll out the dough and cut in thin strips. Cook twenty minutes with stewed chicken or beef which is covered with plenty of water. When Egga Aro Scarce When eggs arc scarce and high, In making doughnuts boll and mash a good-size- d potato, heat it In with tho sugar and make the doughnuts as usual without any egg. They will keep moist and good. When making pumpkin or squash pies, in place of eggs, roll crackers fine and uso as much of them in bulk as would be need ed og eggs. No ono can tell the dif ference. When you want pudding for dinner and havo no milk, try adding another egg and a few more raisins and use warm water in place of the milk. Cooking Onions Onions are so plentiful, bo cheap and so healthful that they should be used as freely as possible. One way to prepare them tastefully is to cook them in water until tender, adding a round ing teaspoonful of sugar when first put on to cook and a level teaspoon ful oT salt a few minutes befoere they are done. Drain and pour a cream sauce over them. For the sauce, melt a rounding tablespoon-fu- l of butter in a small saucepan, add a level tablcspoonful of flour and cook until frothy, then add one cup of hot milk and cook six minutes, beating hard all tho time, add a pinch of pepper and a saltspoonful of salt. Making Steak Tenaor Pound flour into both sides of It, using as much as the meat will take up. Thls'mny be done with a meat pounder or with tho edge or a heavy plate. Fry in drippings, butter or other fat In a Scotch bowl, or, if more convenient, in an ordinary iron kettle or a frying pan; then add water enough to cover it. Cover tho dish tightly so that the steam can not escape an'd allow the meat to simmer for two hours, or until it is tender. Ono advantage of this is that the steam can not escape until tho meat is done, as the gravy is already thickened. er -- NO ONE STRONGER THAN HIS STOMACH. The celebrated Dr. Ahernethy of London was firmly of the opinion that disorders of the stomach were the most prolific source o! human ailments in general. A recent medical writer says: "every feeling, emotion and direction reports at tie stomach (through the system of nerves) and the stormch is affected accordingly. It I.. .lie vital center of the body , He continues, " so we may be said to live through) the stomach." He (foes on to show that the stomach is the vital center of the body. For weak stomachs and the consequent indigestion or dyspepsia, and the multitude of various diseases which result therefrom, no medicine can be better suited as a curative agent than fiMtA Hi Hgj .far I CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. RESURRECTION The Distinction Between Jesus' The Kind You Have Always Bought ASclablelVrparaiionS imgiiieSiofliadaandllwcfuf Resurrection end All Otliers. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. i4 Ww& Bears the Signature of m at $ fvlv EgJ" NotNarcotic. twill iiclftirofiiDrsmLmsm B';f Rrtgi Promofcs DigesUonJChtcrf ncssandltestronlalnsncitor Opiimi.Morphinc norMiacral. Ax,r n Eaater Sunday's New Meaning Patter Ruasell Shows 8crlpturally the Difference Between Awakening the Dead and Resurrecting the Dead Several Were Awakened Before Jeaut, but He Wat tfie Flrat Resurrected The Church'a Resurrection The Subsequent Resurrection of the World. sssssssssssssssssssrlfABBBBBBBl BsssTsf aK 'laeBTWfui) under tho H In 0$' i i Bb1P? bUH ' BSe, Aperfett Remedy forConsfipa llon.SourStomach.Dlarrlwa WorrasjComTibioiiS.FcvtTi3h- fXI At Use For Over HK'sfl ss--k IPASTQK. St. Louts, Mo., March HusBolt spoke twlco hero today. Wo report his address on the Resurrection, from the text, "Ho should he tho llrst that should rlso from the dead." Acts 123.-l'- nstor lfef it V VI 1 litis. Mchken. "'Several months ngo I suffered frotri a sevoro pain right breast-bone,- " writes Miw. G. M. MbRKKir, of Corona, Calif. "Had suffered from It, off and bn, for several years. I also suffered from heart-burdid not know what was tho matter with mo. I tried several medicines but they did mo no gocd. Finally, I was told It was my liver. I did not daro to eat as It mado mo worsfl. Whenever I swallowed anything it sscmed that I would faint It nun to. i grew very ttii nana weak from not eating, was told to tako Dr. Plerco's Golden Medical Discovery. I took five liottles of It, and could feel myself getting lietter from tho first doso. I could rat a llttlo without pain and grow ctrong fast. I am strong and well and can do a bl? clay's work with eae. Can eat everything and have put on llosh wonderfully. I will say to nil sufferers writo to Dr. Pierce. IIo has my undyinjj Gratitude." To-da- y ' JAMES & CO., n First Class Centertown, Llveryt-Mer- t 20:23. gUSSEld tho clearnesspoint With startling - Kentucky; Hi' Hi uasandLossorSLr- JacSiratt Signature of kt D K NEW YORK. J Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. POSITIONS GUARANTEED If need many WE will ua real soon. 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Mtwim Paper a I I Butlntst Jirtd wllk Watkto taut lim.l I flf Ihli MslSSVU tataatataTftras1r'fc-" iI pMtjIiriU ?,,?, .rvrTLT.rw"t "t..-- . aaa riaea imm 1 srfeSSrtleta IB DvmtUBWlUOIl Patent tnd Infrinpmsnt Pnctlci Exclusively. UF(a. nm AAma trt II " mw sit lev va vviuv w OSes, 110 Xlcktk Stntt, aaar traits BUUs ?at l WASHlNOTON. D. C. .tn. u, , ;, R. mkuhw t, ks S(JS "rii7JTJ wwm )fyifillSkeana amsw wea7f""" .rzrE. enw asi PWa ISM - 'rrr.'.-.r- .r VS a aaiksH.tik a svaHMsisiaa win wav maw twiaessI : J J i uas Bvoau it. socKroio, ill. , "77in Jf rttM2: &4i4b II s 'T'esmoNS' tPWTlFUL V gZfActrfemsA? vjfamfhfsfrvrfi'en. (HAP ?6 B0ARD- - Ziowfag Given, Jiy. QttoMprjVM ed out that Jesus' resurrection was tho very flrst. as tho text declared. Ho led his hearers back to Eden, and tet them hear the Divine penalty for Bin "Dying thou shalt die." He showed that this dying process operatod In Adam for nine hundred thirty years before its action was complete. Adam's children, humanity, never bad Adam's original perfection; for they were fallen at tbe time of birth. On this subject both Old and New Testament agree. Next the Pastor showed that tbo Greek word anastatlt, translated resurrection, means a raising up again the word atmin Implying a former standard. That standard Is tbe image and likeness of God. which none of Adam's children have fully possessed. "Net Possible to Be Holden." St Peter declares that it was not possible for death to hold Jesus. (Acts X:24.) Ho was perfect. It was the Father's will that Jesus should demonstrate His obedience even unto death. Hence it was not possible for Jesus to remain under tbe power of death, and God raised Him on tbe third day. Jesus was perfect on the spirit plane, before He exchanged tbe spirit nature for the human, to become man's Redeemer. Ho never forfeited His right to life. He merely laid it down In proof of His loyalty to the Father's will. Hence His resurrection meant nis resuscitation In perfection. But It was not God's will that He should return to perfection of human nature; for Ho had used that nature for the purpose intended. He was raised from the power of death to the very highest plane: namely, the Divine nnture. The Pastor asked his audience to contrast Jesus' resurrection with the awakening of Jnirus' daughter; the widow of Nnln's son: Lazarus, the brother of Mary and Martha; or any of the awakenings recorded In the Old Testament. These were nothing more than mere awakenings from the sleep of death. They were not, therefore, resurrections. The resurrection of any of these sleeping ones would have meant much more than was accomplished In them. It would havo meant their restoration to the full Image and likeness of Uod. lost in Eden. As it was, the awakened ones merely bad tbe advantage of a few more years in tbe present lite, and then fell asleep again, to await tbe glorious Day of Messiah's Kingdom. The First (Chief) Resurrection. The Pastor made it clear that the Church of Christ consists of the truly consecrated In all denominations and some outside of denominational fences, which are barriers not authorized by Scripture. He quoted Philip-plan- s 3:10 and other Scriptures which show that these true Christians are to have a share with Jesus In His Resurrection. Tbe inherited blemishes of these are covered through tbe merit of Jesus, thus Justifying them. This justification permits their being accepted of God as His children. Tho Pastor seemed to give the thought that In the Divine Purpose a foreor-dallie- d numbar of the Church class must suffer with Christ before the Millennium begins. Their sufferings nre not vicarious, as wero Jesus', nor necessary for tho redemption of tbe world, as were our Lord's. The sufferings nre necessary to prove their loyalty to God. and to demonstrate their worthiness with Jesus. Tbe of Church's suffering is the dying to earthly conditions and ambitions, as did Jesus. His faithful followers will experience a similarly glorious resurrection to a higher nature the Divine. Easter and the Passovsr. Pastor Russell says that the word Easter occurs only once in our Common Version Bible, and Is a mistranslation. Itshsuld be rendered Passover.-Easte- r was- - a heathen festival honoring tho goddess of Spring. Tbe name was transferred to the Passover celebration of tbe early Church, In honor of our Lord's Resurrection. Whatever the word originally meant, it stands now as a synonym for tbe glorious resurrection of tbe world's Redeemer from death and from human nature to glory, honor and Immortality the Divine nature. Tbe resurrection of Jesus Is tbe guarantee for the resurrection of "the Church, which Is His Body," It also assures us of the world's resurrection that an opportunity for everlasting life will be given to all through Messiah's Kingdom. 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IF YOU WILL GINGER UP AND HELP Now get busy, go out nnd hustle don't get "cold feet," If you do, your many friends who nre anxiously awaiting to holp you will call you a "quitter" and give their votes to the boy or girl that Is active and alive morning, noon nnd night If you nro a fighter, a good runner, n business "kid" If you are one of these kind that have got tho "stick to it" and In the game to tho finish, fighting to win, fighting with nl your energy and might If you aro mado up of such timber you "i. win. How smoothly and unnoticed tlmo moves on, ticks away and silently wide-awnke, & JMERING THE OLD QUESTION Wfiaan Judge of Only Girls' onrt Uses Kindness. IDirs Hot Appear To Be Court .Room, But Bare Office. GHcago, March 22. I opened a lit Is understood that a well Is to Washington ebmr am which the name "Miss be started near the church, on the North side of Rough was printed, and entered a river in tho near future. i: UttS room smelling of strong 0 and now paint. It was a bare The derrick timers are being got-te- draws us to the closing day the cli- lyou In all Innocence c. and asked you suggested In the rules, etc., and that office with not a thing in It to out for the well to be drilled by max day of the great Shetland Pony to hcelp to win this grand prize, of getting all the subscriptions that a. place where those who enter-s- d Brant & Co., of Indianapolis, near Contest. How anxious nre the boys Loosen tip and help the little chap. Is possible for you to get during the JKugfct leave all hope behind. Victory school house. and girls who work and toll for If you do he will be a winner. remainder of the contest. Those jrfcind the cheap desk sat a little 0 subscriptions to THE REPUBLICAN, Notice in Bankrupcty. Hero's to the boy or girl with "grit' who have been nominated so far are vncMoaa in gray, whose brown hair West Kentucky Oil Company clos- that they may secure enough votes and "push." Stick to It! The given below. Will you be one next the United In the District Court SoJ itnly threads of silver here and States, for the Westernof District of ed a deal yesterday for the sale of to win the pride of their dreams a citizen will help you now, and week? Send In your name. care-w- o Her face was rather escre. on1 Dunlap Shetland Pony. the Carter farm of 200 acres, Everybody Old .Man Grump will "cough up" If but In her eyes, as she lifted Kentucky, Owensboro Dlvsion. In which is situated well No. 1 and well. loves to p'ease the little folks it Is you stay with him. OSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford wide Bankruptcy. tUtotwt o me, was sympathy, as No. 4. The price paid Is an attracIt Is quite encouraging and speaks In the matter of W. P. Brown & tive one and entirely satisfactory to human nature for our feelings and sentiments to reach out to that little well for Uie Industry and perseverance MARIE HURT, route 2. Hartford. Son, "Win. P. Brown & Elbert C. Tbcrc is no bailiff in JuBge the members of the Company. It is bundle of purity and Innocence and of tho girls and boys who are enter- TULA C. KING, route 2. Hartford. court and there is no bar at Brown, a Bankrupt. understood that the parties who to help some energetic boy or girl to ed earnestly Into this work and who WILLIE FORD, Horse Branoh. On this 27th day of January, A. D., vr&uth the girl prisoner must stand'. this property will at once put happiness and success. have signified their intention of work- RUBY NEAL FAUGHT Centertown. 1913, In considering the petition of 35cxcfccr can you see through the down a large number of wells. Do you remember Mr. Grouch, when ing in order to get the Shetland Ponyi DAVID SMITH, Mcltenry. sighs" nor, the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, "the bridge of you were a little "kid?" Do you re- and outfit, or the bicycle or the VICTOR OLLER. Fordsvllle. filed on Were Married Here Sunday.T itteui JGod! a. row of darkened cells. eD., 1913 the is23rd day ofbyJanuary A. member on Christmas eve, how you watch. BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. ordered the court it which 23bere is Just the desk behind Beaver Dam, Ky., March 26 Mr. would hang your littUs stockings up A great deal of Interest has been OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. sJBr a. woman ivlth a face at times that a hearing be had upon the same Edgar Vaughn, of Adalrville, and Miss that Santa Clause might fill them? Do aroused ELLIS imr-r-n and .at times pitiful, a woman on the 26th day of April A. D., 1913 Daucie Taylor, daughter of Dr. and you remember that? Do you remem-bee- r contest all over the county about our GAYLE KING. Hnrtford. nnd much adko has been TAYLOR. Hartford. aujrvtlmcs "Judge"' and sometimes before said court at Federal Court Mrs. S. D. Taylor, were united in how anxious you were for tho given the 'Ittlo people by The RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. Hall at Louisville, Ky., in said dis- matrimony Sunday morning at the jaaJ: ".mother." Fourth of July to roll around? Sup- - Republican and the management feels RUSSELL EARP, Roslne. t)& jfacr left is a young woman who trict at 10 o'clock, In the forenoon, home of Rev. W. B. Wright, of Harton or as near thereto as practicable, and ford, Rev. Wright performing tho cere Xaiusf down the proceedings, and 2ir-- risnt Is a young woman clerk that notice thereof be published one mony. The Invited guests were: Mr. Jieejis her in touch with the time In The Hartford Republican, ri Herman tvIu enson and Miss Hattle i?nlnj xegardlng each girl's case. newspaper priitte-- In said dUtr'i'U Vaughn, of Adalrville; Mr. Ernest and oth- Taylor and Miss Era Gardner, Mr. "E1lt! is not a man In the room for and that all known may apj.enr Joe Taylor only" er persons In inter-w- t ttHJF ie the first "woman's and Miss Florence Tuckerr at said tlmi and placo and sho' city. They returned to the home of qnaig room in all America! ited hardly noticed all these cause, if any thoy have, why the the bride and after lunch, left to hall prayer of said petitioner should not Join the grandfather of tho groom at when a door from the SikSax opxn'tl and behind a woman proba-Rias- ci be granted. Huntsville, Ky. Mr. Vaughn Is In WITNESS the Honorable Walter the mercantile business in Adalrville, officer, there came a frail, hunte x&3X .girl of fifteen or so. She Evans, Judge of said Court and the where the young couple will make GOOD FOR IOOO VOTES. Jut in .her arms a bundle O, so seal theereof, at Owensboro, Ken- their future home. Miss Daucie Is a tucky, In said district, on the 27th winsome young lady, had many suitfiataJr.' With her was a strong-fac-2iI wish to place in nomination as a candidate in THE HARTFORD capable looking, older woman; day of January A. D., 1913. tors and was the pride of the home, REPUBLICAN PONY CONTEST A. G. RONALD, Clerk. being, the only daughter of that fam2!e officer in charge said: M. E. DUNN, Deputy Clerk. ""We wish this case dismissed. The ily. She was industrious, loved emName m '" Age ployment and had been a clerk In the laxaz. Iulb been ordered to pay a cer-t&Sunday School at Mt. Hermon. postoffice of this place for quite axuu of money each month." Address I am coming to organize a Sun- awhile. We wish them a long and "A srill .take care of my daughter," day school, Sunday March 30th, at prosperous life. cxttkul lie older woman. By whom nominated Mount Hermon. Come with the exJKxb Hartclme turned her eyes the pale girl with a smile so pectation of staying for preaching ser Address v&MMtag thai. the. girl leaned forward vices In the morning. He who reads FOR FLETCHER'S Fill out and mail or hand to THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. laid .the bundle on the desk be- this please tell your 'neighbor about It. W. S. SAVILLE, Pastor. stow- the Judge. The-100- 0 Nomination Votes will only be counted once "for each contestant. Birthday Dinner. "Xm't .you .want to see my baby?" dundeeI .sued! ihrae was a note of pride, as wel There was a birthday dinner givMarch 23. Rev. Vanhoy is conduct:n fant, in her voice. en to Mr. W. C. Leach on March 23, jQf xaurse, 1 do.," answered Miss ing a meeting at this place and we in honor of his 65th borthday at the 7tartilnre, and she picked up the little hope that much good may be accom- home of his son, Mr. L. C. Leach, of :rsd ev'Ui and held it for a moment. plished. near Sandcfurs Crossing. Miss Bessie Daniel, Olaton, who "Etu .jmrl looked Into her face, It was also Mr. J. E. Goff's birthMi 3 been tho guest of her cousin halt wistfully and drew a day he being an old friend and rear-ee- d NAME OF CANDIDATE VOTED FOR CO iloo-3lgh of relief as "tho Judge" Miss Ella Mitchell for tho past weok with Mr. Leach he came and returned home Sunday. KmLZLMt "just woman" and bent and joined the others to enjoy the day Mrs. Mattyo Duff, Nelson, Ky., Is fingers. Jkia4& xito tiny, rose-lea- f neighbors tho guost of her parents Mr. and .Mrs. with other friends. Tho "I Auiow you will," said Miss Bar-eta- W. it. Bean at friends and relatives came with well NAME OF VOTER this writing. O and the door closed behind a filled baskets, and ttiero was Tho Easter hunt given for tho bountiful supply ofeverything thatone H was opened a moment later t3 1IU13 folks at tho .Methodist church could think of good to cat. After C0 d women, Sunday afternoon was enjoyed by all. dinner was served wo all gathered a party of Mr. Floyd Mldkiff, Olaton It. F. D. cieefciajanled by a lery pretty girl, to THIS COUPON must be clipped from the paper close to the margin, No. 1, was tho guest of his sister to the parlor where MIssesNola Mae Rock, Lona Mao Young, and Lorena not rolled or wadded. Bring or mail to THE REPUBLICAN on or before xytiat can you tell me about this Miss Ora Mldkiff and his cousins Mr. Leach furnished us with good music Otis and Miss Pearl Stovcns Saturthe void date shown hereon. If sent by mail, letter must bear post mark r?jLsT .asked Miss Bartclme of a and singing. of a day not later than void date. woman whoso face was day and Sunday. Miss Ora Is attendThose present were: Mr. and Mrs. ing school at this place. CONTEST EDITOR, THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. XiaaatA in gray hulr. Miss Deo King, Hartford was the W. C. Leach, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. "J inly know," she answered as the Leach, Mr. W, S. Likens, of Beaver Ksus xan down her cheeks, "that guest of her mother Mrs. Sallie King Dam; Mr. and Mrs. John Leach, of XxaXie has boon with mo for some from Saturday until Slouday. Dr. Will McDowell of Central City White Run; Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Young intuits. Sho was kindness Itself. was the guest Beda; Mr. and Mrs. Klnchen Marof his brother and sis-t- of to learn, and 1 liavo tried to Greth-e- l, Mr. Porter and Miss Jennie Mc- tin, and children, Audrey and ecac iter everything about tho house. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Rock and iflve feasn't been a girl that has been Dowell from Saturday until Monday. children, Albert, Gilbert, Frank, Arout very much in the evening and Mrs. Julia Itenfrow who has been thur, and Paulino, Mr. and Mrs. D. 111 for tho past two H elttught it was all right when the dangerously Raymon, C. Leach, and children, weeks Is no better. Z&utooy boy asked her to go to a Lena, Walter, Louise, and Cracker Mr. Leach has been sick for somesnow. I know that girls must FOR SALE Indian Runner Duck Jack, Mr. Thad Barnard, Messrs John time and we hope tho good Lordswlll We have 10 Registered Polled Durham Bulls from B to 12 months eggs, CO cents per dozen; s. C. Goff, of Centertown, C. C. Lee, John restore him to health and that be old Haw amusement. was utterly eurprlseed when sho Rhoado Island Red Chicken eggs, 50 T. Black. Van May Jr., Luther Dan may enjoy many more such enjoyable This is a chance to buy a good bull from Ky'a leading herd at a low TI price. Will deliver to your station. mm arrested. It didn't seem possible cents per dozen. Some poland China iel, Andy Porter, Buel Leach, James, affairs. ONE PRESENT. W. R. MOORMAN aae that Katie could be that kind pigs, both male and female. If it Is and Rowan Rock, Misses Lona Mae tto ION, Brackaarldg Coamty QIbm Dean, Kentucky. Ta Iliad always thought that tho very best you are lookiug for, Young, of Beda; No'a Mae Rock, you have eggs or poultry for Jf aM tie .other bIhb wvnt parallel with I have It In" the way of Duck, Chick Lorena Leach, Lillian Rock Madelyno sale or want to buy, try an advert&a&m one inlia woman, and I have nev- - ens and Hogs. Satisfaction Eoaran- - and HUdred Barnard. Wo understand tisement a few times in The RepubcariTwrn Katie In a lie, I have grown teed, or your money back. that some 'of the neighbors were un lican. Hates for advertising are low W. S. DEAN, "tore )ier and I am able to be present, and we hope they and gladly furnished upon applica3Te lrl bad stood quietly through , 3Stf. satf Dundee. Ky. may soon recover from their illness. tion. c" var-aJaen sug-zzzsac-uir- ed wln-lba- Then Judge Bartclme said, "I would like to talk to Katie alone. Come nearer," she said, and sho learned forward on her desk and smiled tenderly Into the girl's face. "Why did you do this thing, my child?" she asked. d "I don't know," was tho trembling answer. "Didn't you know It was wrong?" The girl hesitated and said, "It didn't seem so very wrong. I was lonely I wanted a good time. "Yes, my mistress was good to me, but I don't want to go back to her. I am ashamed. Let mo go to the nuns and 1 will bo a good girl." "All right, Katie. You shall go to the nuns, and yet If you are a good girl from now on you have a long life of happiness before you." As the girl left, Miss Hartelme said "That child has never had a mother. All she has learned has been from the good wonian who came with her In help her here and who has tried-tIn every way, except giving her a mother's love." even-voice- thls declaration. During the past wcok tho largest number of oil men who have been brought together since tho discovery hero about a year ago, have been In Hartford. They came from Illinois, West Virginia, Pennsylvania. Ohio and New York. Many of them came to see tho Carter Well No. 2 como In last Friday, and together with quite" a number of Hartford citizens, they sient tho day at tho well ns tho Oil guests of tho West Kentucky Company nnd were served with a splendid chicken dinner, with hot cofThis fee, sandwiches and pickets. was something new to most of them and they were high In their praise of Mr. Holbrook and other members of the Company, for the old Kentucky hospitality displayed. However, they were disappointed In seeing the well come In on that day, as the drilling had to be carried about 50 feet deeper than was expected, and the pay sand was not reached until Sunday about noon, and some of the visitors had returned home. Tho well Is a good one and has been flowing at Intervals since Monday night. This strike demonstrates that there is sure enough oil field In Ohio county, and the drilling this spring and summer will no doubt attract world wide attention to this locality. f- YOURSELF, THE PEOPLE WILL HELP YOU. complimented upon tho manner which It was received, feeling that tho candidates have profited. Many votes have been coming In. Quito n number hao brought In subscriptions for the contest, and also many of tho coupons have been brought In for the candidates. While an even dozen candidates have been nomiuatud, yet It Is not too late by any means to start In the contest, and the nomination coupon Is again printed for use of thoso who have not been nominated. Kcop In mind the Importance of keeping busy along tho Uncs that hae been $ poso that Santa Claua would have for- gotten you, or that the Fourth of July. would have brought no tiro works, no music, no peanuts, no picnic how would you have felt then? Do you know or can you remember what means to a hopeful boy or gliil? If you do you will not wait four weeks to help that little fellow you turned down when he asked you to help to win this grand prize, will not wait until the closing day of this big contest but you will send In your subscription at onco to THE REPUBLICAN nnd have your votes credited to the little one who came to o iiiiW '.iiiHiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiOTME JT" kakakakakakaki ! 'v . Nomination Blank. m jk Children Cry -- aj CASTORI A I tP fPONY CONTEST BALLOT mT&RER x ,c!.' at well-dresse- 'agx or 444444 4 pic--ts- oe r sl, heart-broken- ." Subscribe for The Republican and vote for your friend in the Pony Contest. rqrgifcJk!i'lfg