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Boy Scout's Knowledge of Jffctrtfxrr DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE ftepitbliim OF OHIO COUNTY 7 Subscription $1 per Year HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1913. calling of the county option fight In Warren county, a warrant was served on Joe Fenwlck, charging false swearing. Tho warrant was taken out before Judgo Denhardt at tho Instigation of David Duncan, colored, whose name was stricken from tho "dry" potlllon on the oath of Fenwlck, who stated that Duncan did not reside In Lazarus Darn precinct, but across tho street Un another precinct. The "drjs" could not refuto the state ment at the time, and Duncan's name was stricken out. This made the vote ono less than the required number In the precinct, and had the "dry" forces not have had eleven orders from voters whose names had been stricken by another order given the "wet" forces, would have resulted In no election being called. Slnco the calling of the election Duncan, who has always voted from his present residence, made affidavit that he did not reside In Lazarus Barn precinct, and the warrant fol- No.3fr PIERPONT MORGAN DIES IN ROME Famous Financier Attacked Sometime Ago. Was in State of Comma When End Came No HONOR GIVEN TO USEFUL LIFE , FAIRBANKS ENDS IN DEATH Louis, and If the zonal system Is to continue, It Is Impossible that this city should not only reach her natur al position of fourth, to do which she has to make but a small gain upon Boston, but to rise still higher. Ev en with the zonal system dlscontln SU Indiana Legislature Appre- frof. Thos.H. Smith Passes Away at Madisonville. ciates His Work. Lawmakers Pass Resolution - "First Com- - Aid to Injured" Proved of Great Use. Soldier and Prominent Figure in Educational Work Many Years. mending His Activities as Public Citizen. - ft I, Pof. Thomas H. Smith died at his Indianapolis, Indiana. Former Vice Rome, Italy, March 31. J. Plerpont President Charles W. Fairbanks had home in Madisonville Tuesday night Morgan, the American financier, died recently conferred upon him the after a three week's illness of canat five minutes past 12 o'clock noon unique distinction of having the Leg- cer of the stomach. Prof. Smith had today (6:06 a. m., New York time). islature of his State, almost unan- been at Clay, where he was principal Mr. Morgan's health had been growimously opposed to him politically, of the high school and came home ing worse for the past few days and Incorporate In a statue an expression three weeks ago as the result of an , after bad nights Saturday and Sunlowed. of the aprcclatlon of Hoosterdom of attack. For ten days prior to his day it was seen this morning that his activities for the welfare of the death his condition was serious, and the end was near. Inspection Co. H. Commonwealth. The Indiana General little hope was entertained as to his At 11:45 a, m. he had not been, At 8:00 p. ni. on April 8, Co. H will Assembly the other day passed a law recovery. able to assimilate the artificial nourThe funeral services were held at have Its annual U. S. Inspection In requiring the public schools of the ishment administered earlier in the light marching order. The law re State to celebrate the first Friday In his late residence Thursday afternoon morning and he wa's in a state of quires the attendance of every mem April as Arbor day. On motion of a being i conducted by Rev. Gordon, of coma from which he never rallied, ber. Any young men desircous of be- Democratic member of the House the the Christian church. The interment the, end coming a few moments later. coming members should present them- act was amended to include a tribute was at Grapevine cemetery, the serTonight the body of J. Plerpont selves on, or before, the above date to Mr. Fairbanks because of his ef- vices at the grave bejng under the Morgan, who died today shortly afin order that they may participate forts In behalf of forestry In In- auspices of the local Masonic lodge. ter noon, lies In the death chamber. in the annual allotment of funds for diana, and this amendment was un- Prof. Smtth was a member of the surrounded with flowers. Mcoanpo" S. C. Rhode Island leoX the two encampments to be held animously adopted with a recommen- Chapter here. ,of sympathy have been received from Eggs $1.00 per 15. .Baby chicks 15 King Victor Emanuel,, officials of He Is survived by four children: dation that Arbor day in Indiana be during the summer. Refreshments will be served to the called "Fairbanks day." A few days Dubartls Smith, of St. Loul's; Dexter cents each. I have a few state, diplomatic representatives and Company after Inspection. later Gov. Ralston, a Democrat, ap- Smith,. Memphis"; William Smith, of hens, $1.00 each. Indian Runner Duck many personal friends from many pointed Mr. Fairbanks a member of California, and Mrs. Fred Bailey, of Eggs, $1.00 per 12. Place your order parts of the world. JAMES M. DEWEESE, the Indiana commission of nine to Louisville. These were all present now for future delivery. Capt. 3d Infty., K. N. G. The death of the financier was look after the representation of In- at thej timo of the death of their MRS. A. C. YEISER, not known In Rome until several diana at the San Francisco Expo father except Mr. Smith, of Califor 34t4 Hartford. Ky. hours after it occured on account of WOMAN WILLBUN sition. a desire that his son, J. P. Morgan, , ' nia, who was unable to get here. Prdf. Thomas H. Smith, up to the It Is evident that Mr. .Fairbanks Jr., in New York, be the first, noti-fle- d. HIS FIRST CHECK DAILY NEWSPAPER Is very popular In his State with time of his death, had perhaps ., An official statement prepared Democrats as well as Republicans. taught a greater number of months by the attending physicians Indicates FOR PRESIDENCY a gradual collapse followed a condi- - . . Fololwing his retirement from the and "years In the schools of this and vice presidency Mr. and Mrs. Fair- adjoining counties than any man tion of nervous prostration which a Widow of Sam J. Roberts Issues banks took a trip around the world, who has ever lived in Madisonville. prevented the digestive organs from occupying a year. In that time the Therols but one person now living Wooirow Wilson and were picked off unhurt by the Given His performing, their functions jand ' Itf-- jj Card as to Future of the personally! In tills sectton of the state who com- former Vice President man. who was riding to safety on feeted "his menta'f facu'lTlea" ? "and the profession of teaching mot more crowned head3 than havomenced the , roof. "Wages" as Chief Execucame without suffering. So far no Lexington Leader. .1 been presented to any other Ameri prior to the time Prof. Smith taught preparation have been made for the re.ur. Auaiiia .. as rcacnea as sue i tive of Nation. can, living or dead, excepting Gen. his first school. yas going down the third timo by a moval of the body to.the United States. High School boy, on a hastily ImProf. Smith came to Madisonville Henry P. Davison, a member of the April 1. Samuel Grant. Lexington, Ky During the last three years Mr. about forty years ago. He was born provised raft. The lud was a member Judson Roberts, the widely-know- n house of Morgan, made the announce Washington, March 31. Woodrow ment. He said merely that he had of tho Ulerdale troop of the Boy Republican leader of this city, who Fairbanks has devoted himself almost and reared In Georgia where he reeducation. From the Wilson received his first pay check received a cable that the financier Scouts and had been trained how to died recently. was the owner and ed- entirely to the functions of a "pub- ceived his administer first uld to the drown- itor of the Lexington Dally Leader. lic cltl7en In private life," as he de- time he came to Madisonville until as President of the United States had passed away shortly after noon. ing. In his will .Mr. Roberts bequeathed scribes himself. Ho founded the In- the time of his death he had either today when Secretary McAdoo pre Mr. Davison had planned" to go sented him with a treasury warrant abroad some time this week, but Stone, 78 Victor street, was all of his property, including the diana Forestry Association, In which taught school or had held the John It his salary is thought probable that this trip of superintendent of schools for $5,625, representing ono of the large number ot volunteer Leader, to his wife, and In a sign hundreds of Hooslers have enrolled from March 4 to 31. On pay day here will be postponed. In Rlverdale. Ho rescued ed editorial in the Leader Sunday themselves. He has addressed scores of he county. a woman from tho second story win- Mrs. Roberts makes the following of meetings throughout the State in Several years ago he was principal after, however, the President will re Coincident with the death of Mr. the interests of the forestry move- of the Madisonville schools and at ceive $6,250, a full month's propor- Morgan it became known that he lutff dow of a house In Llnwood street, announcement: his $75,000 annual who Insisted In bringing with her 'The hand that guided the policy ment. The act making compulsory the time of his death was principal- tion of treasury department stipend. sustained a serious attack before Bis The contem- departure for Europe, of the high school at Clay. He had a snow shovel. Clutching the shovel of the Leader is still. From the day the school celebration of Arbor day butlad rallied excepting the amendment containing served as principal of a number ot plates establishing a precedent in the so rapidly that it was not considered to her breast she sat In the stern It was founded, nearly twenty-fiv- e sheets of Stono's boat, altprnately years ago, to within the past few the Fairbanks tribute was prepared the leading schools of this portion of method of paying President Wilson. a forerunner of fatal Illness and was singing a hymn and laughing hys- weeks, It was the pride ot .Mr. by him for Introduction in the Leg- the state. He was at one time at Since the days of Washington the known only to his intimate friend. Hartford,.-- also, held the position as President of the United States has terically. In attempting to round a Roberts' life. At the Leader's birth islature. For many years Mr. Morgan spent-been paid by what Is known as an In the political controversies which principal ot the Sturgls school. considerable portion of his time trect corner, where a torrent poured it was his hand that held it, In childFor a number of years lie was a "accountable warrant," which means abroad, but on this trip for the first in from a cross street, the boat hood he guided It carefully over the have convulsed the country, and parstruck an electric light pole and rough places, and as it grew to youth ticularly the Republican party during member of the school board for Hop- money to be accounted for. A "set- time he severed all connection with Stone lost the paddle with which he was Its adviser, and now when the last four years, Fairbanks has kins county. In addition to being a tlement warrant," which closes an business affairs and permitted his he was propelling his craft. the Leader has nearly reached the manifested no deep concern, although1 teacher, he had been most ot his life account, has been given the Presi- partners to shoulder all responsibili"God told me," shouted the woman, quarter ot a century mark be has maintaining his connection with and a minister oft ho gospel, being iden- dent only on his last pay day, when ty for their conduct. It was the first1 a Mrs. Clemens. "He told me. Now laid aside his pen and upon me rests loyalty to the Republican party and tified with the Christian church. his services were debited on the Instance of his taking such a comuse tho shovel." the care ot his life's work. It Is a supporting Tatt. He has malutaned There are hundreds and even thous books against tho credits made to plete rest since he entered the bankStone managed to paddle his boat big undertaking, aud there will be fairly frllendly relations with Col. ands ot men and women, many of him during his term of office. Mr. ing business In this city before the wjh the shovel to a place of safety. many breakers ahead, and I may need Roosevelt, whom he has scrupulously whom are now parents and even Wilson, however, probably will be civil war. from criticising on the grandparents who wero at one time given a "settlement warrant" each said today that they did not preRescuers found a Mrs. Atherton often the counsel ot Mr. Roberts1 de- refrained standing In water waist deep In the voted friends to tide me over the ground that in view of his close re- students in one or more of the month and his salary accounts with dict any decided unfavorable effect the government balanced monthly as on the stock market by reason of Mr. second story of lier home In East rough places. But I will do my best. lations with the last Roosevelt ad- schools taught by Prof. Smith. Prof. Smith will be missed, not his term transpires. No one today Morgan's death. The reason of thU, res- - asking the public to be patient and ministration- this would be a manifest Rlverdale. An hour before the jrtusrs arrived tho wpman had given forgiving, for the errors will come Impropriety. It Is understood that Mr. only by those who have listened to knows why the President always has they explained, was that the current paid by an "accountable war- rumors of his serious illness had pre(v jifih to a sou, which sho was clutchfrom inexperience and not from the Fairbanks might have been Ambassa- him as he preached from the pulpit been dor to China, and even Ambassador but will be missed by all the people rant," which Is Issued In other cases pared the market for any possibility ing in her arms. The babe was dead. heart. . under President who knew and loved him for his only In connection with advanced and enabled those engaged In market ' Mrs. Athorion Is expected to live. "The Leader will go on as Mr. to Great Brltlau t Coming out of tho front door ot Roberts planued. There will bo no Taft, but that he declined to con- many noble traits of character. Hp money. The President is the only operations to prepare for Just such a his residence at 351 South Main Stv change In its policy, it will stand sider either post, preferring to re- served well his day and generation official whoso salary Is paid direct- situation. public responsi- and now sleeps wel, having left a ly by the treasury department. Vice Cliarlcs McCombcr Baw the flood com- for the same principles and advocate main free from An English View of Bryan. name to his children which to them President Marshal will receive from Ho rushed back to his garage them in its columns. I know fully bilities. ing. Mr. Fairbanks Is still comparatively and others should be an inspiration. the Secretary of the Senate today Mr. Bryan as an orator was vividly and brought his motor car around in what his Ideas were on all matters the portion he has so far earned of described by George Steevens, who Madisonville Hustler. front. Calling to his wife and three concerning tho paper. Ho often talk- a young man, and his friends predict his $12,000 annual compensation. saw him address 10,000 people at .children he began loading the car ed them over with me, and they will that ho will play a large part on Parcel Post Success. Washington in his first election con and rugs from tho parlor. bo carried out just as they would tho stage of national politics. There with chairs CLEAR RUN. test, and was greatly Impressed by A gain ot 40 per cent in the volIs nothing In tho words or the deeds Ho moved tho piano onto the front be carried out wero he hero. Mar. 30. The Baptists at this place, his dramatic gifts. porch. On top of a number of chairs "Thero will be no changes, at ot the big Indlunlan, however, to ume of the parcel post business dur"For a moment the square, black "he piled a davenport, which ordlnarly present, in the staff's personnel. The give color to the theory that ho still ing the second month of the opera- had an all day meeting at the BapMessrs. James figure stood absolutely still," ' says tist church two men scarcely would be ablo to samo people will remain In my em- cultivates an ambition for public tion of the system, as compared-withandle. Then McComber lifted his ploy, and all hate each pledged en- place. His timo is occupied by read- the first month, is significant of the Kirk and Cicero Wade were ordained Mr. Steevens. "Then slowly he reached forth the baud, like St. Paul in wire and children into the car, and tire loyalty to the paper and to my ing and wrltllng, speaking and visit- long need ot the system Itself, espe- as deacons. ing, with an occasional trp to his cially In view ot tho large business Mr. Louis Trogdcn and family, ot the Bible. The din went on unabatjust as he was starting away the car" interests. was overwhelmed and bad to be de"It will be my endeavor to show Illinois farm, not far from St. Louis. transacted the first month. In the to Buford, are visiting relatives here ed. Still very slowly he raised an arm above th9 bead and made passes one, tal St. Louis stands .fifth of all the for a few days. serted. Refuge was taken by the the same consideration to the public Flight. eittes. of (he country, as she did the Mr. Amos Stewart has purchased two, three in oach direction of the passing boat which had through the Leader's columns that Mr family in a Galveston, Tex., March 31. Lleuts. first B'OBth This Is one notch be the tract ot land of the Cane heirs crowd. Gradually silence crept over .started out from a laundry not far Roberts sho wed during his lifetime. proper the mass ot exception of two shares. Witt Milling Sherman. low and away. "I cannot express in words my T. DeFriday drove anand C. aeroplane from her view-poi- position, considered with theTlchenor, ot Centertown, pas orator opened heads,lips. then the army ot her population tho Rev. his In a voice "It was aphasia," said McComber, deep appreciation of the many written who Ma reikis hU experience. "I don't and spoken tributes to my dead hus- from the camp of the army aviation she is led by Boston, which fpllows tor of the Clear Run Baptist church, low but plain, hoarse but very rich, he began. Rain came on and an umber anything about It," he band, but my heart is very warm squad at Texas City, near here on her Jn the population table, and this has small pox. re Mr. C. C. Hoover spent the week brella had over his head was blown nala," stonds the loaded toward Tall whq remembered me in the mainland to Fort Sam Houston, In spite of the fact that the fltty-mll- e there San Antonio, 280 miles, In 3 hour zone of Boston, is largely In tho At- end with his family here. inside out, But the orator crammed meter, car.nilned.of course, and there my sorrow. 11 minutes, iTog- - a broad felt hat, on, to hU head, turnmade the return 'trip lantic Ocean; while that ot St. Louis brought It." Messrs. Leslie 3arietc h- piano where is the "ANNA TROUT ROBERTS." Baughn, ed up his coat collar-wi- th a-- sturdy today, against1 an angling Wind In 3 is in the finest agricultural region don, C. Wf Trogdon and gesture, and them spread, out "hi 'arms SPECIAL CLUB.OFFER-yr- he v Lou. hours 60 minutes. False Sweariif . will go to Owenaboro Monday. in the United States. Today's performance is considered fowling Grew. Ky. As an after- laville Herald, dally, and The HartMr. Jess Chapman and family vis to bla hearers. Once niorejhey crackIu comparing the zones of the va the bard tight put Mp by ford Republican, one year each for by army 'officers quite as remarkable rious cltiee, it is Impossible not to ited at Mr. Stlnnet's Saturday and ed their throats with applause." math of 2.7G. Send order to this office. 32tf a any previous flights. London Chronicle. note the fine strategic position of Saturday night. .the whiskey people to prevent the s O. With tho rapid of the flood waters and dissipating of panic among refugees here, thrilling udventun-continue cowing, to light. Among the most of these was the experience o? tho1 family of Charles M. Adams When, the flood first rushed through that section of the city Mr. Adams got his wife and twin girls into a skiff and took them to tho home of a friend in Warder Btreet. An hour later It was again necessary to move, and the family was taken by rescuers out of a second-stor- y wlndoy. The canoe in which they were being transported was dashed against a telegraph pole by the terrific current and capMzod. Adams swan bravely In the ley water for a fewm Inutcs when he was picked up by some men in a flatboat. Just before he was rescued he saw his wife 'sink for the third time. The baby girls were floating down the street. Then he collapsed. Three hours later he regained consciousness to find himself in an attic and beside him on tho floor lay his wife, whom he believed to have been drowned. A few minutes later a man crawled Into the attic window .from tho floatinc roof of a barn. fringing with him the twins. They sub-sidi- J Dayton, Supied Cbyyst! the central Liti Louls should be a leader In the use of tho parcel post, since she enjoys the advantage of a shorter average time to a larger territory than any rival city. There are numerous complaints about tho restrictions of the system as now conducted, some of which must In time be heeded, such as the special stamp, the requirement of taking packages to a central office, and tho discrimination against tho present third-clas- s matter. Nevertheless, nothing in the history of the country in the matter of providing better facilities for the use and convenience of the people, not even the postal savings bank, has ever had such quick and gratifying success as tho parcel post. Much of the success must be credited to the fact that for the past four years the Pos tal Department has been systematized and put Into a working condition superior to any period in its history. It was better able to make such a big undertaking a success from the beginning than it ever was before. . Effect on ii Stock Markets. ,1 H it w "hi ' B r ' '' ! j po-slt- life-save- - a to-da- y. MkeIarkWe nt "t ' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - tjxytti. Jt m gffwauss Hartford Republican. Kitmd Mhrt. k stJi K t. u u t n ot u rotm. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS RAMEY E. DUKE, 0. NEY FOSTER PUBLISHERS ANO PROPRIETORS, loar aa ooaiauiateaUono to HarUord HpuMla. wu m NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS .ajhw. ttihTii rtifUMM-'"- " wrtii ' ' MUll. VRIVUW AVKU. V Annjanffmfnts. n0UBC tO MK. of AraoM vol- caadUUl tec the Re- icwwwr.-s- . yuWa .vhuH.Mi fcw JwAf W w- -. v WR ... ivvsn nl..w4Mtt J1TV,H- - xjc-- MACK Ohio CWHrtj tK w ,,- Wart. At. Awl Woaaral 2. 11- VrlwuT.v - wmj iViWYTY JVIXIK. rv utiaris.l to announce I- ,; , Ky.. TirHKXCVR cvl llartjora, eaIfr.ms u w - . . tx. ....- rf l....li1 the country, or to some hustling can- xJjrust cntte noalnatioa tor the oittcc oi KM and Ohio county. tJut j oouni. County Juslse oi l evMenc that it is ao.e into the affairs of tho tvople of There i to the action oi tae i county oxer this question, and he . the Ohio coanty lo.'ratK' donkey, Prlusaiy. SaturAay. Awsu: 2, jwskcih "has the hols'. ca'si no has boea esjvoially mntankerous to-dowht, h oatiag too 5Bch political vard Editor IVimett of this paper A FOP. COUNTY ATTORNS Y. aatKHva'.lns thSiort time before oar county conea- pioeadr in a good thvas which wouU voe to Mm tioa, the Inquirer coauiued an ei. We are authoraed to announce - torlal which cKM h. expressing a SMITH a candidate for the KeuV b revsoa of the sj4U 1h the Bean noailnatloa lor County Aoxo tkva jvart.N this fall. Kcth the eie- - delre to se a cojiy of our torth- Now the editor of Ohio couaty. Oeaeral rtiaiaxy piuat aad hull bkw are Iwtaune coauas platform. Shvivoa. Sat- - Ausui 2, I IS- itToat ho. a lact whk--h evidently U tals iaivr reauaiod that he sums? ! not known by soase folk hereabout, what he said, and .va alter the coa- GOOD FOR IOOO VOTES. j JVK COUNTY COUKT CLSKK. jv ioaXey wiU hae bots oa any eatioa. tooi the trouble to aa.ll hxa V are authorised to aanouace C-y of the piatfortss. accoeijiaW and soaetiiea caa ttuel a I wish to pla?e in noaicatioa is a candidate in THE HARTFORD O. HVNTBK. of iUnforU.as a casat- fee ward, by the foHowias letter fai- ' REPUBLICAN POXY CONTEST date for the KeiKcaa aoaUaatioa Hartford. Ky --Mar, 21. 1315. Cterk j Ta Hartfc-ro-t tleraM quoies the Re - ' Hcsx v. Haser, Bditoc 0eas- fvr tie office oi Couaty Cosirt Niw Ae. iiaas. a u- of Oiio Coaat. Caerai tTioJarj paaoaa-iTogressi- e horo la'airer. Oweashoro. Ky . platfomi. calile for lowr a.es. SkvMK-aAugust 2. 113- IVar Sir- As joii editortaHjAdd: Slate, eouaiy and toa. and adds, of a desire la a receat for the yreeat your Is "who see a cojy of the ;itCOUNTY COUKT CLKRK. 5y ?a?er aortirrated . 1 ' ay aad town-. by a " yjj, i3a W are ausaorteod to ",: heea ia yow of the RejMiilcaas aad BUVNKSNSHIP. of Seaxer Havea't the ReiKcaaa 2 Address " " aad coaeatioa - heJd hiere ii Satur- caadidave for the RepuV er la the jate uat receaUj PlirAiUa, feHow:, coattoH- v Till oat aid na2 or basd to THE REPUBUCAN. Hartford, Ky. jj rM cav J Kcaa oaiaatoa tor Coaaly Coari have act these same ea the aftair oi Oow coaaty ky the Pri-s.v,. K 4. ., os& of Oho coiukty. Geaeral ' . ".. Nocusacoc Votes arfll only b counted once for each contestant. Th ast a8Jier of years?' WeM, aow vaia.'e 2. lsj. as we aate .". a SKvooa Sav 2Ji i oaay. yosr tasuoe. is aa easy oae Haa- aathor of reawste- ior from. i.O-- v ,T" hae N3YSR cos- Y aro aatiorteed to aaaoaiK 'm aad other w t mm i i i w44imw mm you. have a kirs . as a ntth. SMftL e4 Martford. R ' ali h 3oom XOT good ivst wifcea, 1 aas. caaateM for sfce IMtm RAT PHrMV Wf X ? 1 VVil X lvv X XJnXrXiV X (fi Coaay Coajt ? APRIL liih. fcc IM vox Yr truly jonr. who !s e Xae .. ? ih U.VRNSTT. C. CM C:o oooaiy. S a'a.aJ. ih.U th Sat- - ' Tai anwr ia muieJ. ee .tiJOt-a- y of SAME OF CANDIDATE VOTED FOR j -Isxes tlw Sta ' i:auii 2 Wi3, On ta fpo--iSuay. s day shall afwrwardin lr. Has? uruitJ aa ed-lax raw. and says what . he. yai! oat aad for waat '.Kiroe. Uiorfal casot. tar letter aad Mate oawtois K ti.e &fe& lUt cfcddfca and ": aw authorial XAJIE OF VOTER , aJau:aauoa had o iwer LSACH a a caaa- - w j w j!;.. Samt. jecto- w r1 saxiooa. w mKa til pJaaorst ca the tiifi Rwalwan aoateaipa er Coaac y SsiKV that te ,M tw cjwia, :ou- -, Sitiriafaanc of Onto T11 . RihiMas huve ..Jtra cfiaw , . . . 'w-f- c Wiv w"""? aad lhat h "Pidn-- t Wteie tit.to-- a eMy. 0nrU Primary Stoftion ' ' atwioer of yar aad have 2, lili. ou!d Sat. As THIS COUPON muse be clipped from the paper close to the ' coai'Ki u; maintain tae a.v rao? to care ryn, read it. aad that tiie noc rolled or wadiied. Bring-o- r I mail to T of an Indobt- REPUBLICAN on or before th ataxfeuaai hecuae FOR JAUL2R. party is not of traougb the vuld dare shown, hereon. If sent by mail. IeKer must bear post marie 2bb iahritied froat til roroier aow ?v arc antboritod to anaoccee sive it niuvh eonsid-raUoa- ." of a cay not later than void date. !eaoctut: adattafsiraooa and R MfXALL, of Sottvt. This particular ;sue ot of iaorej.cd a)vasts for build- the laamrer contained rveoty-fou- r CONTEST EDITOR, TEE SEPUBUCAN. Hartford. Ky. tae. AS a caadfd&w Z aad auuataining tbe tJw ffic of ing bridges aad v- -t it iitl not ha-- e aoaticton aaits. roads. However, tiiis xFae axlgot eQijagJj ,Q. hJc& aj Jailor of Ohto coaaty Crra! ie cue. don,t doubtless, ay aore rigid to his reader, he would be stad to 2, 113 Stocuoa at- tjoaoniy aad tfaai :s what tae plai-for- w soe. If tise editor of tiie liutr?r town niereiy asks. Tae rcfereaxf ars auUior.d to aaaoance V. deireJ tats doctioiem tor oae .with no Si, XiSKvl?:? as a caadWate for ttoe :oa.s wsj i jnforaiaiion. h did he io- his . Hanford. hut for xal NfsMoc Q, Jailer of RwWtein nocninaiJon bf yar- - ia tvaiocrais aae the aiKJi. personal letter, aad aiaii- Ohio Goor--i Pnarary 2!ec-jjaf-ofor insisted manias- candidate 2, l&U, Augu ing us of it in his paivr, nhen it -- a ofuces on a strict tiarttord aas sent to him In tile Smdltt snlr- - jucuon. Sugar .s ae chea.-es- t aruriej M liuKii hasis aad undor tiiis par-K- a it. The truth is foroed upon a tiiat of food are authorised w aanooace only ar-- i hae aad is s adMialstradon, toaa has tins S. V, Ha-iT- . 1S0 Wis Hanr X- - as a TiitNSR of of aecesslty natch ha not ad-ti- jtj .Unn - d&4 ta (Jakt tfeat tte Use &tnocrtlc ta4i(!r.w onoe rsia for vancid. Under tan old ripme a Hasr ho otild not dare pub-.-- h Oo4"tbot of KaauiCii?. is a man of 'm-: Joilur of HarUr4 Mr tk ;mnd o aixat outa 'mrOntie one rtaan-c-- al MacMiMM af a wsi's Ch oocaiy. sh)e to tk actio na."iw aiad and Aat toe ;vii of aad a qiiaartar pounds of sapar. now coariMMKi. aad Thd RavuMtaan Bt--f tfc Pna.ar. atwd&y. A pouml of meat mil tiu ntiurly ta Stat anode ao austaK a NinuMC fats rWero u u ABM 2. ua. of :ts iojwliyi aeoaa u alt xtmn a j la faos of tie iaot - use such out u ta aor- - .. . u, Wa ar aatiwr-- ! .mUm, ,an. , to aaaaaafti to smw it ,. 9UU,.V. ...TWM,-- M.B.t ....... ". . mS W ," M.l OinMl hrBU It tO A is mrtoer eriaaat to oar n..na taai aroJutw sont4aiag must e vrong. JfaHX -A. OXIBJ. at xMtnm! Km. i id w w.vxM--'wv ane awto ta 7. lr caaa.o ;or too IKaioMJc - J -s. lf BKUttos ao MltiaiM W had attwr par a Mat a nmnd JW 5,, -.- -. HMUaajto lor um om of jthoj to induif our ter affl. M ' too wta(. ?ood of Nuo oMK. .4oa to too &otio jiarUor of Collator of imam1s, to aialw U ta&a snid tals nw Umots&I ?, too mi j Oeocml fruacrj. Saowdsy j " Raac of Um Swoiiu 0is- - Mrou aaiount out of tb oountry-- ' d'a--''"s-' ARpBc 2, IS. ookouoa. j .6 aot -H- iJmww .N. jy Standard. tr to Hr. Teh CnCK. only an aha II too ma. am a awn . . C0NTX.DICI0RY A.ND SILLY. oo you caa t so tarouga toe .. kbpub- oowatoo iwrae-- jis oadOMd ' Jlcaa today attaout stwng ta hig "The bud Hooe ?J : TOK . to aaaaaa o iil no. oaoot sod Mr. KoxiBbl&tt - -- ""6i; w Jw mia ot ;itioo)&l!' t;a; .0 -r eK. f RUMb a KWMtei for '' 'i due uii Vo oi vmo frwai one mao to another, no juiw a&y& tan bargains he is oftwtng aw Mm ItafMMMua aaaaaatfaa fw Km at- - afloat ..h iist a his ;n 3rojartion as his ad. Oo t atf r ag .0 ax ios nadur toe u not 4f toe suoa oi vMuo Oaaaty. s6- 'atu. j ' m -oaai I'Wd are sorry tae IUntilistis aps go- iaos to toa Na(laa, WOflB SIHag Oat. Ing to lfcar as. for tamr storm Is Ao S4 W24 hbf-- hcooM of Uw nil Saaanotj Afv :. IMA. vry popular trading Tiaco. Konr. are going a titat fcoo, ,KiH l Um M Nauoaa! r to xi siuy dif. aod aaoiw o.vm; taeir stung cratf aa oinor- aatoorMod w Ranlo m a-sotng to soil .'my for tat ;ubilc to buy " ha thoooe of toe yrsr- - fi QtldlS HARU. of Btdii. mauMC ' lar's oria of goods in tats ssona- - goods very etttap. a x caitdkte.te fee too RtoMMKua iirt tttmitmpita-- -aw so lo L Ta aotafwd tiw Our .Sdling Out pm X Oh is lor MMf. Chair Orfamzation. arw oaHort thtre will aotj R4uaiKans and Prj3a:i a Conond liintr Kliottoa Sat. Aap Over Rosjmblatt's Slow, Maiu St, VhorT- - is Intwttd In tee or- ii&l o troolb." he a d&iitr 'orta of anvoaadisei I ROSBSBLATTS 1 gxnttiUoa ot a ehovr at tiie Mbo- "Tat DttBoa-atib tnt tiu 'dlst SpUaoval Churei South, com Wt, at auihcvrtud to aaaoutvoe . ' rod ia sri vr atd. n. Bwh to Hojk aad tor Kl.fcjat I4 Hartford Tic Cheapest Taing. mjL llROUVN, out tats Pretty night at T: a y.- - Htrtiord' xht u, otjAnl' . candicUA for tiw RvibliRui aoaant;-lio- a stwai :a aar t problwu masinds "ha sings and is of Oaio Hcnxld. Ittlt UluuraUDa at the 1001 uoo-- i i Jcibe. ic come oat aaa to. the Giiral 2Jtc-tio- n, !!& WfyWKVA tTT laiarMced la We ar coantr. sahjt aita tu or coaBe oui to( Sisviy Au ?, irij, w, yw oot ot this Gauntry for scsor. Inio Th fo;itw;aE jii4Drgait siwcc ii ditorV4 u i tr-aJMW rj oontr wacta : trmwA 10? POR coao.vsft. tatcns of -- be Brvoxw- - b at aoiae if tfci Tart wsisia18- 3 I PAsfTCr. W. K. 3AViU .tttbotii& 10 aanoence Dr. rif.t KiasuUit boa.ro- .tishtd ai arf.5tt, htt ft r .... all over the aiaio were in oiipnnnnce ,wly a, lhe General Primary August at a ineetlns In l.oultnlllo recent ly. The loaders oxprosseil them1013. selves as hlgfily pleased with conditions In the Stale, nnd went on recYe we are (or lowr taxea State, ord as oposlng any fusion with the They threatold line Republicans. pount) and tomi. Are )ouT of ms declared In ened to liae Col, Cicero Harnett, President-Wilson-1Hartford, brought before the State of placing the following farm Committee and dscllplnled for niiiU-ln- c .Wiiurts on the free Hsu. Wheat, Republicans In a fusion with oant, oata, cattle, hos, eggs an.l Ohio county," hutter There was no earthly excuse for The State" Board of hMuallxallon Is the aloe publication. No such meetmw enijagcsl'ln making the highest ing was eer held, and therefore Mr. (wUM n ahll4on on ,iromt In all Harnett or his connection with the the counties eier made by any pre- fusion plan was eier illscusvd or jou remember bow thought of. The entire statement Is vious board. 1 flow Mci'reary denounced the Repub a lie, oi me wnoie cioin anu lican board for this sort of work tu,that reason we preume It Mas glee by fully taken up and hts speech at Hartford In It'll. "Hartford Herald the Hartford herald. There w.w a Wh don t "the ' I'lattorm adopted at the Mention held b the ..K1eVhanCentml Com,l,,v calKnl to m . but as onl UhsUIUo. Mareh and "Bull Moose '1 That would lw, "a cood plan to dLgu.l its reader ,tom members of the committee were wa rtd. Mr what it U Pleased to term "plat-- I Piw ll wsfnt at lh,s ' want to se, the! Harnett " 'utude.' If It dout ling, but no action was taken to pre i r w e w ill furnish it s?t. sent fusion, and no hint of any ef- anvone connected with The Hemleron Meaner Industrial ifor, to nuni ' edition Uued Mareh 2S Is a splendid any 4lK,a nioenent. jvlctorlal booster for Henderson ana Henderxin counts and reflect gAt IS HE AFRAID TO PUBUSH? credit uvn that journal. The work Aside from the Hartford Herald. w un.ier tae ueriion v; i the editor of the Oweasboro Inquirer James M. Kivs, who a jear or two eeas to le more genuinely dUturb- for aco. ivrftvrHieJ a like of Ohio ( S'lus i The Keiuwtcn wnen u issued lts county Republicans together MlTt .V .lUi joet to Ihn action of the Republican llll.EY m a candlddnle for the office of Coroner, of Olilo rounty uiA 11. Ky on Wodnoaday, March 26. from Bull Moose ih'lt'Rntos The Pony and Outfit Are Prizes Worth Working For, Contest Has Hardly Started and Many Names are Being Entered Each Candidatc.Has an Equal Chance to Win and the Last to Enter May Be the One to Win the Much Coveted Outfit. .test has for ir j '" '' The Bepubllcan's Oreat Pony Con hnlly starts! and the can- dldatea who may think It Is too late for them to succeed are cry much mistaken. The contest Is never won until II Is all over. Any effort to pick out tl. winner may now be considered . .1, nosoiuteiy uuue ns nooouj ran ten 1 .. !!? " !lS,.,.lat - ?'? Uh ' "'8 and the last shall bi first," so often holds gnd as In a otlni; contest and there is no tell- ing but what it may turn out that way In thti. ronttt, althouch we do not mean w hae any powers as a first shall be .m.a,J!:. .r dldate In the towns of Ohio county nobody knows. One thing is sure the prizes arc all well worth working for and worth working hard for, and the best work- ers will certainly get the most votes. Remember there are three grand priics, starting off with a fine Shot- . lanu J"ony, Harness anil uuggy as iue t- J be sent you free. Also as many copies of the book, "Pony Fairyland" Kill be sent to any address, free. .Much Interest has been taken in this con test, and much more Interest wilt be taken before the close. Those who have so far l?en nominated are ' .. . ) ( sriie Kvery candidate ha an equal ehanoe and the thins to do is for each to remember that not one of the others has a cinch on the pony and outfit, or the sold watch, or the bl- go cycle. These irlecant pmos y n-a- plenty of time for the girl or boy whose chances may now seem to be the poorest, to wind up with a whirlwjnd finish and sweep the field, The field Is large and there are Just hundretls and thousands of pie who want to give same candidate their otes. The only thing to do Is to p?t them. Nominations are still coming In and oach boy and girl has an equal chance to win out at the end. Get busy and start now. tnd In your Hartford. Jo Ky . and Information and outfit w 111 r,,,. qs V D WFSI KY route S Hartford 'MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. TL'UV C. KINO, route 2, Hartford. WILLIE FORD, Horse Branch. RUBY NEAL FAUOHT Ccntertown. DAVID SMITH, McHcnry. VICTOR OLLER, Fordsvllle. GAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. RUSSELL EARP, Roslne. BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. ELLIS KING, Hartford. KARL HOOVER, Hartford. MYRTIE ASHLEY. R. 4. Hartford. LEWIS GRAY BROWN, Hartford. J't vc m. 5 ery ww C-- fvt opi- , Nomination Blank. vj ty-aiio- i ivrd - reai-oasiW- e aaaoe ar Wf iicv:i u-a- Ci-U- "IS K, .... Ast .,. .,, ... -- 1) w'e P.jKaas - 1 Mav,. co-ani- ey. ks his-ajifc- w N- A5t sljot te Uad Priar. es iSisi' a it Ull rnVTPQT ;.;;;;) TOT n u after " k t' KKft aw. oNc " ' , rcris diot-MEN- : : t : I 2 - O o ,. -- hoea.jj rrnrfe se rJr m fr tr Hi. lri-2w;- ry rm Aast j i ast. fr sari oc ev; oa n - C-?- .. fr Hrrd, e oa .- Hrl se til te W i tfarii I New Spring Millinery I Have a nice line io select from and Now on Display. -- mm.:...wmt - 9 ac. -"-- :Ni ibfes .w h.5 .. -- 1,. W.-- .....c ,,m ,in jom -- aj Aissait. -- Vr lrr 0ul A.joc -- ,. -- !. &- ouri ura piJtti new and popular designs in ladies' headwear. Inspec tion invited. J 'ti-a- aoi aota-aallo- 't ?if" Jaa lna ity t- swr sr:' iat SMiss Popple Noll HAITfOID, irji ta; kjlt a. . KENTUCKY. ofrK-of.Vsia- arjir AUE-DltAJbSliAtl- JL ie j N, ae 0' soh SU1SC1HE FOI THE IEPUBIKAN. twntiml n rr Tho Board of Trustees of Hartford Whlto Graded Common School District No. 1 will, at it's regular meeting on .Monday, April 14, 1913 select teachers for tho ensuing scholastic year. All applications to teach In said school should be addressed to W. H. BARNES, Scc'y , Q 37t2 Hartford. Ky. At a regular meeting of Rough u River Lodge No. 110 Knights of n Pythias at Castlo Hall Tuesday night It was voted that a roll call day be ohberved ns quickly as possible by this lodge. It is the intention to have every member present, and thoso . ... ..- -. I ...l.m .1 iik lAuuui uuuiu iu buiiu greetings, , . . M ..MfA nlfl iu iuiiu iui Doors soon to close. We arc go- uiiu tm llna.n mm ii'iu)iiuie program . ing to leave and nuist close our for the occasion. A committee con doors within Blxty days. Goods sisting of Knights T. R. Barnard, McDowell A. Fogle and J. Ney Foster must go first. ROSENBLATT'S. was appointed to make the arrangeLast Sunday was promotion day ments. for the Baptist Sunday School here, Mr. J. W. Dtivall, of Select pre when Interesting services were held cinct, this week enters the announce at 11 o'clock. ment list as a candidate for Jojler Wc aro In receipt of an excellent of Ohio county. Mr. Duvall Is "a farmarticle from Mr. J. H. Thomas, of er and stands high as a citizen In Narrows, entitled "Tho Pathfinders" his community. He has given much that will uppuar In this paper next time and means to the supjiort of week. the party and its candidates In every All boys wanting to Join tho Corn contest for many years. His father, county will ' please Capt. Ben Duall was the first ReClub of Ohio send name, address and age to Supt. publican Sheriff Ohio county ever had Henry Leach at once. Explicit In- and was known and respected all structions later. over the county for his sterling P. Salmon, of Utlca, Ky., qualities. Prof. F. was In Hartford last Saturday on In another column will be found business and was a pleasant caller the announcement of Esq. Mack Cook, at this office and renewed his faith of Arnold precinct, as canddlate for ho the Republican nomination for Counin The Republican and said couldn't be without it. ty Judge of Ohio County. Esq. Cook Mose 'Hines, colored, was tried be- is a prominent farmer, although he fore Judge Wedding yesterday after- has given some of tho best years of noon, charged with breach of the his life to teaching In the public peace, and fined $10, and costs. It schools of Ohio and adjoining counis said that he struck a negro girl ties. For the past four years he has of served his district as a Justice of In Haytl, tho ngero settlement Hartford and Hines claims he did the Peace and In that position has it only after the girl had cursed him. demonstrated superior qualifications and 'fitness for the position to which Wo are In receipt of a letter from he asprics. the circulation department of the We this week announce Mr. Claude Louisville Herald announcing that they will continue for a short time Blankenshlp, of Beaver Dam, as a their special clubbing rate with The candidate for the Republican nominaRepublican. The special price Is now tion for County Court Clerk of O&lo $2.75, or a saving of 50c from tthe County. Mr. Blankenshlp is identified with the coal mining industry regular price for the two papers. and Is also engaged in farming. He The Socialists of Ohio county met Is highly qualified for the position here Tuesday afternoon to effect a he seeks and is popular with all county organization and county chairclasses of people. He conies of fightman, secretary and committee was ing Republican stock, being the son selected. Mr. Iandferselk who had of the late Mr. W. H. Blankenshlp, been engaged to speak at the meet who was one of the old Republicans ing, was unable to be here on account at Beaver Dam, when it required of the high water preventing his grit and loyalty to stand for hiB reaching Hartford in time. principles. Say, Mr. Business man; do you The Ohio County Medical Society need any printing done? If you do let us do It for you. We can print met In regular session here yesteryour Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill day morn!ngvat the office of Dr. E.N. Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewrit- W. Ford. The following physicians ten Letters, Sale, Books, Circulars, were present: Drs. E. W. Ford, J. etc., and print them right at right W. Taylor, B. F. Tlchenor, E. B. Pen prices. Try us with your next order. dleton, A. B. Riley, of Hartford; Os 32tf. car McKennye, Taylor Mines; Pal T. Call at The Republican office. Mr. W. p. Mldklff announces as a Willis, Beaver Dam; J. S. Smith, to tho of- McHenry; Horace Pendleton, Wil candidate for fice of Jailer of Ohio county. Mr. liams Mines; Dr. Watklns and Oscar Mldklff has made a faithful and con- Aln, Cromwell. The election of ofscientious offical for the past four ficers for the ensuing jcar were as years and requests an endorsement follows: Dr. Joe Taylor, Pres.; Dr. of hla work. Ho will make a strong Oscar Allen, Cromwell, Sec'y & Treas. race for tho nomination and If nomi- Dr. Oscar McKenney, Taylor Mines, delegate to Kentucky Medical Assonated will win out in November. ciation at Louisville. Matters per Mr. Dlllls E. .Ward, of Beda pretaining to tho Mnedlcal profession cinct, Is asking the Republican nom- were taken up and discussed by tho ination Jor County Assessor. Mr. physicians present. Ward is a prominent farmer of the m No Creek neighborhood and stands Chickens Sold! high In his community. For many I will havo a special sale Thursyears ho taught la tho public schools day, Trdlay and Saturday. In tho county and Is thoroughly com1 bbl. U. R. M. Flour. First petent for the position. He will mako Grade $5.25 a strong candidate both in tho 1 bbl. Elite Flour In wood.... $5.75 and before tho people should 1 bbl. $0.40 Eureka Flour ho bo nominated. 1 can Puro Hog Lard $0.50 Tho Ohio county Fiscal Court mot 1 .doz. cans Corn COO In regular session hero Tuesday and. 1 doz. cans Salmon ."..$1.00 will be In session until Saturday Coffco 20c-lmorning, attending to tho business Peaberry Coffee 25c-l. of tho county. Tho following magis25c Kraut trates are present;: Esq. Mack Cook, 35c Butter Beans Esq. J. II. Miles, 711011)08 Sanders, 12 Prunes Grant Pollard, Leslie Combs, J., C. 7 boxes Matches ...25c Jackson, and J. L. Patton. Esq. O. 13 cakes Laundry Soap 50c present E. Scott wts uuuble to be 2Hc Crushed Hominy tho first of tho week, on account of 1 large Lamp 35c tho death of his aunt, but will be in $1.00 Granulated Sugar attendance today. $2.00 Chicken Feed 10o Mr. C.E. Smith announces In this Stick" Candy l$c Issue of The Republican as a candiMixed Candy to the office of I have Chicken Coops, Grit Boxes, date for County Attorney. Mr. Smith has fill- Feed Boxes, Water Fountains for ed the position of Count y Attornoy Chickens, all kinds of Grits and Food for the past four years In a highly Feed for Chickens, Poultry acceptable manner and will make a and Louse Killer. Don't miss the stroug fight for Ho was big sale 3 days only. born and raised on a farm In tho J. C. ILER. neighborhood of Ceralvo. For beveral Notice. years ho was 'connected with The ReI cannot receive this publican, but has given his entire attention to tho praclco of law for tho week, except what I have contractpast flvo years. ed for what wjis In the pool on Tho A. S. ofE. pool of chickens of March 28, 1913. I cannot got poulOhio, county was delivered at Hart- try cars. All railroads are out of ford, Boaver Dam, Centertown, and commission on account of high waDundee ycbterday and will bo con- ter. You ued not bring your poultinued today. Tito sale was mado to try unless It was plcJgcd on or .beW. 10, J '.Ills, tho produco merchant fore March 2S", 1913. W. E. ELLIS. and Is estimated, that of Harti'-'i- l I'roduco Merchant, tho bu!o will amount to something Hartford, Ky. liko $fb,000. Tho poultr) Industry of It. x Ohio county has become a great fac O tor and mora attention la being paid FOR FLETCHER'S to It. Hartford was fortunate In havy I ing a Ucli.v.-- at this place. and so are our NewGoods. Be wise, come early and do your shopping. Spring time is here mi I wS7.Br J IV i? Postmaster R. BT Martin is on the sick list. Mr. John II. Barnes, cashier of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, was a caller at this offlco yoatcrday. Selling out to quit biisfncss. Almost giving goods away. ROSENBLATT'S. In sixty days our store will close for good. Every dollar's worth of merchandise MUST HE SOLD. ROSENBLATT'S. .Mr. W. E. Salmon, of .lnxwcll,Ky., wnsln Hartford Saturday on business and was a pleasant caller at this office. 2jusk3 EE3CSE1 uln B 11 fcs m I saEfEflo rtrfTTin aiEsi gal UhrlllI JTS A.l.f 0 1 IE21E5EJ iHpsia taggae! m I .. Our spring line plete. is how com The new things we are showing in Millinery, Silks, Wash Fabrics, White Goods, Linen Suitings, etc., are just what you are looking for. vi Coj7fljM ll.rt Schtfflitr & Mm ,stJF0U don't mind it so much if some youngster does put it over on you April Fool's day-an- yone 4 We would be pleased to have you call and see our Merchandise, get our prices, and we will make your coming profitable. Mrs. Sara Collins Smith' is with us to McCall show you the Painstaking salespatterns in stock. ladies to wait on you. Remember that spring-headwea- can laugh at a good joke. But you'd have a- different story if someone sold you a part cotton suit for all wool. There isn't any fooling about that. - Hart Schaffner that. & Marx 'I Vti r. clothes are absolutely all wool, or all wool and silk. There isn't any April 1st business about All your needs can be bought at this store and you won't get fooled in a single instance. Your Spring Suit, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Half Hose and Neckwear are waiting here for your attention and we feel confident you won't April the first us, IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT . SAVES YOU MONEY. It l I V K 1 J&m&Gb, :jt utoL Hartford Republican. (Barrass t E. P. BARNES & BR0. Beaver Dam, SflMF PEOPIX CO WHERE b Ky. THFVtfrr Mr. W. S. Tlnsley and .Mr. E. Q. left yesterday to Bpend a fow days In Louisville. By "FRIDAY, Al'RIL 4. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. ; V L. & N. time card effective Monday Aug. 2lst. No. U2 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 1:15 i. m. dally except Sunday. No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. MRS. .1. W. TAYLOR. dally except Sunday. 34t4 R. 3, Beaver Dam Ky. No. 113 South Bound due 1:4C p.n. In .sixty days our store will close dally except Sunday. ' II. E. MISCHKE, Agt. for good. Every dollar's worth of merchandise MUST BE SOLD. ROSENBLATT'S. ( Who wants the bicycle? Tho Special Louisville Herald offer "Who ants the Shetland Tony? will not last very long, so send In Uosenblatfs 'your order to this offlco as quickly Your opportunity 32tf. i as possible. Selling Out. Will pay top prlco for good butcher Rosenblatt's Your opportunity cattle. Let mo know. Selling Out. R. E. BALDWIN, was In Green-- judge J. B. Wilson Beaver Dam, Ky. 34t7 ville laBt week. If you havo something for sale, Help some girl or boy win tho fine It In Tho Republican, HartShetland Tony and outfit. ford. Rates are low, and gladly fur34tf nished upon application. Plenty of thoso good home-mad- e bog- - Jowls at W. II. Mooro ic Son's. The Loulsvlllo Weekly Herald and I have Hay for salo. The Hartford Republican, ono year R. B. MARTIN, Hartford, Ky. each, for $1.35. Send all orders to 33tf 32tf Mr. A. R. lHumiucr, of Centertown, The Republican, Hartford, Ky. was a caller at this office yesterday. Tho Hartford lco Co., is making barrel of preparations to begin actlvlly again Just received another Jumbo. Pickles. In the. Ice business and repairs aro W. H. MOORE & SON. being made at their plant. They have 6ats and Corn Just already commenced making Ice, but A carload of ELLIS, in, pmall quantities. arrived. . W, E. Produce Man. 3514, Farm and Ranch, Holland's MagaSelling out to quit business. Al- zine and The Republican all one year each for $1.75, thus saving you $1.25. most giving goods away. ROSENBLATT'S. Will bo sent to ono address or three be addresses, as you desire. Send all Copies of Tho .Republican will orders to The Republican, Hartford, sent to all contestants In tho Pony 32tf Ky. , i Contest. Mr. Fred Cooper, tho liveryman, Tho prises, given In Tho Republi- who has been at Dawson Springs for can's contest are well worth work- several days spent a few das hero ing for. this week with his wife, and returnFixtures and kwso for sale. Soil- ed to Dawson Springs jestorday. ing out to uult business. Ills friends hope ho will soon reROSENBLATT'S. cover. Mr., idrecjy Dockery and Mls3 Flor.The hardest worker will surely bo tt rewarded' handsonioiy In our Pony. ence Cook, of White Run, wero Contost. tho offlco of tho county JuJgo Anv ulrl or boy In onto county by Ills Honor Ri R. "Wedding, yesternot over. io y1-- old may beComo a day morning tit 10 o'clock. They are . bothrprdmtnent jouus peoplo in their canditjaft ln.ot.tr Pony Contest. Sale A great bargain. neighborhood, .Mr. Dockery bolnj; a Farm For They will ma.'ce their futuru For particulars write C. T. Fowler, ' farmer. 301t. homo near Whlto Run. Ky., Routo 2. ElUabothtov.u, 1 . Shetland Pony, harness and buggy will belong to some Ohio county girl or boy. Selling out to quit business. We , are going away, but the goods must ROSENBLATT'S. go first. Selling out to quit business. We i aro going away, but the goods must ROSENBLATT'S. go first. I Indian Runner Duck Eggs for sale. 13 eggs for 50 cents. a little work the ruwuhf iZAivr mmr ttSs II tf Vr , WE WILL NOT rjQQL RESOLVED Yoy WJTK US, BUT WILL when You deal ' prl-ma- "iftilKSilil dor THE GOODS the Cooo coovs 6NE YoU PLUMP VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. WE HV b. -- b. 10-lb- s. l-- 9c-l- b. WE KNOW BETTER THAN To TOOL THE PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY, BECAUSE WE s. CAN'T KEEP YOUR TRADE BY FooLINd YOU. THE MERCHANT WHO TOOLS HI-CUSTOMER FOOL.5 TWO PEOPLE, HU CUS. THE CUSTOMER TOMER' AND HIM-SELF- s. 100-lb- s. 1 WILL FIND HE HAS BEEN FOOLED AND NOT no BACK. WE KNOW THAT DISHONESTY IS THE WORST POLICY, 'AND ONLY FOOLWE HAVE. ING PEOPLE ARE DISHONEST. HONEST GOODS AND HONEST PRICES. aiiy-ijmltr- war-ried,J- CARSON 6c CO. ' INCORPORATED. hilar en Cry Hartford, Kentucky. 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W- . o.go:og - ..iMBW r iHH 1J1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111H f ....J..JKJKJKJJ. tTI??IIIIITITXXIIIIIIXXIirrXXXXXXIX22XXZZXI WWHttTT""T""TTTTTfV"TTTVTyTTTTT . -- A A ..J -- I: - J.J ji-I fc ,jJJ r JhjB4 " ' t--J UttJ'Jg?gP,WlMUJ gcMWMWtwwitfgBMar'iii 3g; JiMiTOwflPWSWfiiTffiiWfiwi viw jrwrff" 'i, hio County M ivroni'onAl IHARTTOPD. 'fi'iBiTiiii mra We have 10 Registered Polled Durham Bulls from 5 to 12 months old. Tbia Is a chance to buy a good bull from Ky's leading herd aj a low BTTT T -- -- gg iFOH je-A.ll-- price. Will deliver to our station. W. Brecketlf idct Coiltlty R. MOORMAN of the I : Glen Dean, Kentucky. SON, Peace would not be 'Justice , detracted from, but Its powers tor 1 ? ' usefulness in the maintenance of or Oil Field. In The der In the various magisterial districts would be far greater. Fourth. The oiflce of county assessor should be abolished, and the duties of that official performed by The West Kentucky Oil Co., hasjmen chosen by the County Board of made a new location on Mrs. Allen's Commissioners, for each magisterial land about 1000yds. west of No. '1 district. on the Snell farm, and material Is Fifth. The people of Ohio county being placed upon the ground for the deserves we better roads and derrick. Drilling will begin in tlfe pledge the candidates who may be ear future. nominated upon this platform if elect ed, to exercise their utmost powers The Snell well has been drilled 28 to Inaugurate a system which shall feet deeper into a fine pay, which bring about this desired end in the has more than doubled the capacity epeedlest and best possible way. of the well, and it has been flowing Sixth. We pledge our hearty supover the casing almost constantly port in behalf of every effort to imfor several days. prove our schools, for better buildings, more perfect sanitary conditions, The machinery for the well to be a course In agriculture for even high drilled near Victory schoolhouse' by school, and an agricultural cxperi- Brant & Co., of Indianapolis, has ment fann orated ,n been shipped and should be on the Seventh. Our sympathies are with ground in a few days. to the farmers in their efforts 0 obtain better prices for their proWork on the well on the Sullenger ducts, and especially do we symland has been delayed somewhat by pathize with the tobacco growers of felgh water, but work will begin Ohio county and pledge them our there in a short time. support In their efforts to maintain whereby they organization, an It Is understood that Messrs. Law- may secure a Just reward for the toil rence and others, who are now In given by them to the production charge of the Carter farm, will be- of this crop. We realize that the gin a new well a short distance east struggle Is an unequal one and If necof Carter So. 2 in a short time. essary, we pledge them our support to secure. Government aid In mainWhy He Was Late. taining public warehouses, through ''What made you so late?" which they may hold their tobacco un "I met Smlthson." to accord them "Well, that is no reason why you til the buyers see fit getting home i.falr treatment. should be an hour late twelvo Eighth. During the last to supper." imho months the county has been "I know, but I asked him how poverished and actual suffering has was feeling, and he insisted on telbeen brought about among the coal ling me about his stomach trouble." on account of slack work, "Did you tell him to take Chamber- miners charged, to the failure of the railroad lain's Tablets?" "Sure, that is what ho needs." to furnish sufficient cars. In order that this evil may be remedied we in Sold by all dealers. pledge our candidate for member of the House of Representatives to supFlat-forRepublican-Progressiv- e The port a measure enlarging the powers Commission of the State Railroad First. Wo endorso all the steps ami making it the duty of said Coin- which have been taken by the Coun- mission to require all railroads to ty Republican and Progressive Exec- furnish a sufficient number of cars, utive Committees, leading up to and without discrimination, to handlo tho Including the call for this conven- output of coal promptly, that the tion to formulate a platform upon miners may have steady work, and which candidates for tho arious coun- we also pledge our support for any ty offices and member of the House other wise measure, having for Its of Representatives are to appeal to object relief from this intolerable sitvoters of Ohio county for support at uation. the coming November election, under Ninth. We condemn tho present the Republican emblem, believing Democratic administration of Kenthat It is best for those who may en- tucky for Its extravagance through ter the General Primary to know what Increase of salaries, creation of countmay be expected of them In advance, less, needless offices, and enormous and fair to the people of the county appropriations which have resulted io know just where their candidates in the largest State debt in many restand, upon all questions of public years, and which is sure to quire an Increaso In taxation through interest. Second. Wc favor rigid economy somo form. Wo condemn It for Its In tho conduct of all the business lassage of tho Confederate pension of the county to tho end that tax- bill and its refusal to pay these es may be reduced to tho lowest pos- men, many of whose claims have sible rate, realizing that we arc bur- been proven for months, under tho dened by tho present hfgh taxes, pretext that tho bill Is unconstitutionState, county and town. al, although having appointed offiThird. As a matter of economy cials under tho act, who aro drawand In tho Interest of a better ing their salaries. Wo condemn It business system, we favor placing tho for its falluro to placo the Penal InFiscal affairs of the county In the stitutions of the State under a nonbands of a commission to bo com- partisan commission; refusal to puss posed of llireo persons to be chou a workman's compensatlpn act; on by tho voteVs from the county at corrupt practice act; and for lowering large;, bcllovlpg tliat tho finances the school per capita,. Wo also conof tho county cau better be handled demn tho unanimous tendency of tho bVasmallor number of men, .who state officials, from Govcrndr down, cniPuo chosen entirely" wltliTliefr' to' flay tfoifflVs', by looking attend business qualifications In view. Un- - for somo other Job, Instead of look-dthis arrangement tho office ol ing .after the vital interests of tho m. er of the State, whom they arc . sworn to serve. ,, Tenth. Our candidate for member of tho House of Representatives, who may bo nominated upon this platform, should he bo selected by the pcoplo in tho final election. ! Instructed and pledged to voto for tho following laws: A measure embodying tho Initiative and referendum. Tho recall for nil State, Distrltt and County officials. t An amondment to tho Primary Election Law, providing for tho election of delegates to National conventions, and for the selection of nil party coniniltteoiuon. An amendment to tho Primary Election Law, providing, that where there is only one candidate of an party at the close of the time limit, the selection may be made through that party's committee. An amendment to the Election Law, permitting any candidate to liavt the" benefit of tho votes of nil parties which may support his candidacy by having his name placed under more than one device upon tho ballot. The repeal of the odious registration certificate law, which In every election has made easy tho corruption of Hie ballot wherever certificates are required. A measure prohibiting the use of loney, with which tocorrupt voters, and disfranchising any one who may sell or buy votes. A corrupt practice act. Workman's compensation law. A measure placing our penal Institutions under control of a nonpartisan commission. Repeal of the hunter's tax. Repeal of the dog taw Abolishment of many needless offices created by Iho last session of the leglsiatuiv. A measure reforming the' taxlg system of the State which will pittite the burdens of taxation where they properly belong, Instead of upon the men who own small homes nnd visible property, not easily evaded In the assessment. A law giving he people of Kentucky equal advantages with those of the States North of us, by compelling the railroads to ghe us the benefit of 2 cents ier mile passenger rate. Upon all other matters not specifically mentioned herein, our candidate is directed to vote in the interest of progress, and for the general wel- Lfare of all our people. Upon this declaration of principles this convention the members of pledge their hearty support to the candidates who may be nominated at the general primary election, first Saturday In August next, under the Log Cabin, for the various offices to be voted for In Ohio county at the coming November election. Respectfully submitted, A. D. KIRK, M. L. HEAVRIN, J. A. LEACH, S. L. STEVENS, W. R. EDGE, II. L. CARTER, Committee. pcoplo W. E. Savlllo preached to an attentive audience. Mr. P. D; Tweddell visited his brother at Calhoun Sunday, Mlssj Clara Patton of Hartford was tho guest of Miss Ea Uonnett Sun-- J day. .Miss Kva Ragland, of near Morton. and Mr. W. V. TInsloy were married at tho home of tho bride's mother Wednesday at 2 o'cloo'c by P.cv. I hot Directory Coumy Olilo Circuit Court T. F. Hlrkhead, Judgo; Ren D. Ringo, Attorney; W. P. Mldklff, Jailer; K. tl. Itnrrnss, lHrkhead, Master ComClerk; B. missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. Illack, Sherirf, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keown, Heaver Dam; U. P. Jones, Route "1, Hartford; W. I'. Harp, Roslne. Court convenes first Mommy in.rebniarj and continues thro wcoll third Monday in April, two weeks; third Monday In October two weoks. County Court R. It. Wedding. Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, clerk; C. K. Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court conuwes tlrst .Monday In each month. on the Quarterly Court Renin February, Mny, fourth Monday In August nnd November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuc?- dny In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-lcKy R. Surveyor, Foiisllle, F. D. No. T, llernard Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hart-forj- l; Dr. A. D. Riley, Coroner, Hartford. y, I e onor, President; Henry Plrtlo, Sc retary; S. E. Ilcnnctt, Treasurer. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. i h. B. TIchcnor, Hartford, R. NO. II. " 1. U. Henry Leach, Chairman, lIartfonl Ff ., y ' J j Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Patterson, Oiaton, Ky. 1. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. .,. Richard Pluniiner, Taylor Mines, Kentucky. 2. K. C. 3. M. S. i ft. D. RennoM, after which tendered a reception at th" ho no of groom's father Mr. Joshua TInsloy, Ohio county's popular teachers and near Ueda. MrH. TInsloy Is one of has a host or friends, while the groom Is a prosperous farmer. Mr. Hud Steveim, of I.horniore. visited his' daughter, Mrs. Arch Foster, tly wore Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hiB profession In OH and adjoining counties. Commercial and Cr,uilual Practice a Sjieclalty. last week. Mctsrs. Clint Park, James Hudson, Homer Llndle, E. K. Henry. Robert 'nijdv Forest Hudson and Oiner Wallace have' been to Owensboro the last week. Don't be surprised If you have an attack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the effected parts freely, with Chamberlain's Liniment and It Sold by all will soon disappear. m dealers. - - Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith family last Sunday. Mr. H. O. Duke and family spent the day last Sunday with Mr. Joe Maden and family, Mr. Lou White and family lslted Mr. Louzo Iiartlctl and family last Sunday. ' Mr. Henry Gllllams, of near Ola-tovisited his brother, Mr. Sam Gllllams last Thursday night. .Mr. William Coy and wire visited .Mr. Lawrence Hunger and family last Sunday. Mr. Demcy White of Horsq Iiranch visited his brother, Sam White, and family Saturday night. Mr. Lee Lewis Is erecting a fine barn on his farm. Mr. Jack Trunk and family of Taffy was the guest of Jlr, Louzo Uart-lc- tt last Saturday night. i Farmers are discouraged on account of so much water. Some hae sown oats in the bottoms and the water has covered all of the bottom land. The candidates are getting busy around Palo and Sunnydale. Something 1b going to happen surely. n, Mteera. W. 11. Bani-and C. E. JUST1C1CS' COURTS. Lesllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday Sml'.h announce that thvy have form-- a after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Tuesday iarttHT.5ilii!p fcr Uio goieral pracafter 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday tice of law, exo.tpt criminal and dtvor after 3rd Monday tn September, Tuescasus, Mr. Smith bulng County Attor- day after 3rd .Monday In December. . John H. Miles, -- Rockport, Friday ney is iiJVe!od from practicing 6iich V. PALO. after 3rd Monday in March, Friday ccasus. Mr. Rornts will ladJvldually ' after 3rd" Monday In June, Friday acccjtt such practice. Mr. Sam Gllllams and family were Offices Id Monday in September, after 3rd guests of Mr. James Smith and Friday after 3rd Monday in De Hartford Republican building, Hartthe A First-Clas- s Feeld Store ESS?J But I am nbt running from competition. Why should I? If you had ever traded with me 1 would not need to answer this question. MY PRICES ARE RIGHT, my qualities are better and 1 give fair, honest treatment to our customers. If any of my competitors can BEAT that they aro entitled to your 'trade. NO CREEK April 2. This month has entered with Ideal spring weather. On ac count of the recent heavy rains tho ground Is too wet to plow and most everyone in the Rough river bottoms has had to move their stock to high land and many tobacco beds have been ruined. Sunday school at Mt. llermon was organized Sunday after which Rev. W. E. ELLIS Whole Family Benefited By Wonderful Remedy There are many little things to annoy us, under present conditions of life. The hurry, hard work, noise and strain all tell on us and tend to provoke nervousness and irritability.. We arc frequently so worn out we can neither cat, sleep nor work with any comfort. We are out of line with ourselves and others as well. A good thing to do under such circumstances is to take something like Th Produce Merchant HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY V l -- BuslneacPhonography w, TYPEWRITINGand BOOKKEEPING It) Pmlifont has Da m, m4 btnklDK batUiMS. lo tfirni .ducting 10.UM Toaoc m.n nd wom.n for .nrr..i. SWEnter now. WnmWlM.MUWL WU Tr ffiM"PMf of TELEGRAPHY tiMrl.nc. D m.rctntll BHMtH,lxlmmfm, Ur. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pilb to relieve the strain on the nerves. Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 33 Corput St., Atlanta Ga., writes: "I have on several occasions been vastly rtlleed by the use of your medAntl-1'al- n icines, especially the Pills, which I keep constantly on hand for the use of myself, husband and two sons. Nothing-- In the world equals them as a headache remedy. Often I am enabled by the use of one or two ot the Pills to continue my housework whon otherwise I would be In bed. My husband Joins' me In my praise of the Anti-Pal- n Pills and Nervine." Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pilb are relied upon to relieve pain, nervousness and irritability in thousands of households. Of proven merit after twenty years' use, you can have no reason for being longer without them. . At .all Druggists, 23 dotes 25 cents. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. wagon raves iMONISJT lnd eaves TVOItK saves eyes. Your dealer has aOUTa OIL. in barrels direct Irora our workj. than clear, steady light inside this by Kcttintc Oil uii uurna titur uuu Ine clean without a flicker down to the last drop, Pennsylvania crude ollrellned to perfection. Costs jo more than the tank" the home 'thtLampOlithmt Smv. Eyes tn mor important Nothing Is rd 1 Cliis. C. SfoII Oil Co. Refinery at Warren, T'o 61! tho celebrated Jf It j Louisville. Ky.i Carb" Auto Oil. . Y&. ' "Ko cember. O. B. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday nftcr 3rd Monday In September, Wcdnesdny nftej 3ic Mon-ua- y In December. John II. Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday !nrch, Fr'ray after 3rd Monday in June, Friday Monday In September, Friafter 3rd day after 3rd Monday In December. J. C. Jackson, Cenlertown, Sat- -' urday nftcr 3rd Monday in March, Saturday after 3rd Monday In June, Saturday nftcr 3rd Monday in Sep tember, Saturdny utter 3rd Monday in December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday after 2nd Monday in Mnrch, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tues day after 2nd Monday In No ember. Thomas Sanders, Oiaton, Wednesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday tn November. Grant Pollard, Fordsvlllc, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In March, Thursday after 2nd Monday in May,. Thursday after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Monday In November. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday in Murch, Friday after 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monday In November. , HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. .M. Crowe, Judge; John H. Wilson, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court conenes second Monday In each month. City Council J. H. Williams, Mayor; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. D. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tinsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sunday school 11:45 a. in. Praer meeting every Wednesday evening.' Rev. Savlllo, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 9M!i a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth .Sunday at 11 n. 111.. and 7. p. m. Sunday school U:30 a. 111. Elder W. B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Sunday school every Sunday at 'J: 15 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodgo No. 07!",, iYnnd A, M. meets every tlrst Monday night In each month. M. L. lleavrlu, W.' M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. meets every second and fourth Monday evenings. Mls3 Wlllyo Smith, W. M.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights of Pythias meets overy Tuesday evening. W. F. Andcrsont 0. C; J. Ney Foster, K. of R. & S. Jlartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. CqlltaaColntiiander; L. P.. FdremaH, 'Record Koepcr. Af .10 Lodco No. 339 I. O. O. F. MiKots every second and fourth Frl-Ka- y nights In each month. C. M. Har nett, Noblo Grand; W. R. Hcdrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. AV. meets every second and fourth Saturday nights in each month. Leslie Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Wallace, Clerk. Sunahlno Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first- - and third Friday nights In. each month, Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Koystono Chapter No. 110, R. At M meets overy third Saturday night in each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary, AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY, National Officers President, Ira" Mi J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. President, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Secretary & Treas., II. 0. Tank, Wau-saWis. State Officers President. J. IJ. Princeton, Ky.; Vice President J. IL.nurnoy, Muhlenberg" Co.; Secrc' ry & Tjeas., S. H Robertson. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. If. Hartford, Ky. Members', State Executive Board-H- en Watson. .Webster county ivJ; W. , Dunn, Daviess Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin county, C a Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. B, Tlch- iu, Bal-mal- n, " couty;f-JIemvPIrt!o- ford, K' i. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten Ohio County tion PENSION AFFIDAVITS-SPECIALTY- . I AM PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. ' Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hartford, m CURE thc LUNCS wth Dr. King's New Discovery fob MB ALL THROAT ANDLUNiTIHHJBLES. KILL COUCH 08?Sf .jnSs. atJAXANTXID SATISFACTORY! OK XOMXT KXrUXDED. Electric Bitters It i Succeed when everything else fills. 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M ffl'af ra.. OUUUtm. SasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSS II II II WLBajal - i .lr,-mi--- J.i MsaMMaiaMMMMMMMMMMfaMMMMMMMMMMMMM -- A . -.- .aaPaaaMammaaaasammmmmmmmmm!a ....,,. false brethren." (2 SCHEDULE OF VOTES FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS. Corinthian 11:20.) lie paid: St. Paul wns fully devoted to tbe One year $1.00.... 200 votes Blaster nnd His cause. His fuitbful-nes- s Two.years 2.00.... C00 votes brought ninny trying experiences. 3.00.... 1,000 votes He served Christ to sueh iiu extent Three years 4.00. ...1,400 votes that many counted hlni n fool. Those Four years who opposed bis teflchlugs often raised Five years 5.00.... 2,000 votes 5. No employe of The Hartford a tumult mid hln mod him for It. In to bring hlni Into disrepute. Republican, nor member of their ImNevertheless, he rejoiced in nil such mediate family, may enter the conexperiences. None of these things test. moved hlni from faithfulness to his 6. Votes can not be bought, and Master, whose servants be had persecuted iiefore his eyes were opened. He onco Issued to, of cast for, any conrecounts various perils from robbers, testant, may not be transferred to The from Jews, front heathen. In the city. another. All subscriptions secured together with the The In tbe wilderness, on the sea. He winds by contestants, up the list with tbe words of our text, money for same, are the property of The "perlis among faFse brethren." The Hartford Republican and must be Tbe question arises, "Were these suf- turned into this office. Subscriptions ferings deserved?" Surely not! S?L taken In the name of one contestant The Paul was u noble character and bore may not be transferred to another The tbe Message of God's grace in Christ In any manner, but must be turned Then conies tbe questlou. "If his bufferings were uot puulshnients. what In to this office and counted for the The were they?" We reply that, lite tbe one in whose name they were seMaster's. I hey were evidences of loy- cured. Any contestant dropping out The alty to God and of tbe darkness of tbe of the contest will lose the votes The world, which led men to persecute him. cast for them. Light. Darkness Hates the 7. Contestants, or their friends, The Muster declared that He stood need not tell anybody anything about The for tbe principles uf light, righteous- their votes; If they do, they, must The ness, truth; while Satan stands for tell the truth or they will be ruled darkness, blindness, superstltlou. All The be uncompro- out of the contest. children of'theJigbt-'mns- t 8. No subscription may be taken mising In' attitude toward wrong. The Therefore the world bates them nnd for more than five years In advance, says all manner of evil against tbem but In addition an old subscriber may ralsely. Yen. men will feel that tliey pay all arrears owing and votes will serve God when they slay tbe right- bo Issued accordingly, thus, say for eous, whether literally, as with Jesus a total of seven years: 2 years arnnd St. Paul, or by "shooting out ar- rears COO votes, 5 years In advance rows, even bitter words," the more 240b.08f.es, tptal 2,50d vflles.. . popular present-da-y method. ?.,yotlng coupons and subscrlp-t!ons,mu- st But some will say. "Times have be sent direct to the Con changed! Today our ministers are reverenced. No one thinks of persecuting test Editor. Money sent by mall must them. All men speak well of tliepi.J be registered, money order or check, Those not spoken well of today must otherwise The Hartford Republican in some way be unworthy." will not be held responsible for It How strange that we should forget! In any way. In Jesus' day did any traduce tbe chief 10. Vote3 can be secured only by priests and Pharisees? Were they nut spoken of highly and reverenced? But. the means set forth In these rules. 11. No contestant will receive any the Master and His disciples were nut X popular. According to their own rec aid from The Hartford Republclan about anv contestant's vote. No count ord they were styled "the filth and of tbe earth." The Muster of the votes will be made at any said that whoever persecuted tbem time, untl'l the final count, when the t would feel that be did God service. As winners will be bal- at Jesus' told some in His day, "Ye gar-- j lot box will beannounced. Thea In In plain v.w nlsb tbe sepulchres of those whom yout securely fathers slew, yet ye do their works." this office. The box will be So today many extul the Lord and tbe locked and the key deposited at the Apostles nnd denounce tbelr persecu- Bank of Hartford until time for fiX nal count. tors, wnile similarly tbey persecute. 13. The contestant, boy or girl, Tbe Master wns a Jew. Tbe .lews were His brethren according to tbe who receives the highest number of flesh. Yet they bated Him without a votes will receive a first class, gentle cause, persecuted Him and Anally cru- and well broken Shetland Pony tocified Him. But St. Paul lived after Pentecost, nnd bad Christian brethren, gether with a full set of harness X and a pony buggy and will be given begotten of the Holy Spirit, of the Body of Christ. Jesus to the winner after count is made. had none such. "Of tbe people there The contestant, boy or girl who re- X ceives the second highest vote will were none with Him." St. Paul knew the bitterness of per- receive a ?30. bicycle; If boy is winsecution from false brethren the cli- ner, a boy's bicycle and If girl Is max of all his perlis. We may be sure winner, a girl's bicycle. The contestthat such experiences were most diff- ant, boy or girl, who receives the icult to bear, for tbey came front brethren of tbe closest possible relationship third highest oto will receive a $15 of the body of Christ gold watch. 14. Three competent and Impartial The Godly Suffer Persecution. Ail faithful followers of Jesus have Judges will bo selected to count the persecutions. These come from every votes on hour the contest closes. quarter; but none are more cruel than 15. All contestants, by entering those from Christian brethren. Dig. this contest, bind themselves to acputes betweeu Christians have been cept and abide by the foregoing very bitter. History demonstrates this rules. fact. Uerclic became the mustobnoy.-Ion- s 10. Tho publishers of The Hart word In tbe dictionary. Nothing ford Republican shall at all times was too bad to do against a heretic. Thank God for the advancement be willing and glud to furnish any inmade lu Christian sympathy! No long- formation In regard to the contest. 17. Tho hour of closing. the con er can civilized people take pleasure lu tortures, burnings, etc. Tbe general test will bo announced by publica sentiment no longer appreciates or tion In the Issue of the week pre physical torture. But wbo cau ceding tho close. dispute that mental torture Is equally severe? In our dny there are more reWhen wo say Selling Out, we fined ways of persecuting, torturing, mean that wo are going away In j etc., open to false brethren. slan- the next sixty dayst and before we ders, ambiguous suggestions etc., can go we are going to sell every dolbe applied to the, followers of J,eyej to--; lar's worth of goods In this store. bur Selling Out prices are so low day. All who take such a course"! sharers with malefactor, even though that we are confident there will not tbey du not Indulge lu physical torture. be a; dollar's worth of merchandise What shall we say uf tbe false breth- left. ROSENBLATT'S. ren who do such things? Undoubtedly agrees with St. John's "My little son had a very sovere tbe Master still declaration, "Whosoever hateth bis cold. I was recommended to try brother Is n murderer and ye know that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and no murderer hath eternal life." (I John a small bottle was finished ho Surely none wltb a murderous was 8:15.1 as well as ever," writes Mrs. condition of heart could be suitable fur Sydney, p our Lord In Blr H. Silks, 29 Dowllug Street, wb Australia. This remedy Is for sale Kingdom! m by. all dealers. or-d- "Perils among ty, may enter the contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, 1913, and shall close on Saturday Juno 2S, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will be printed In The Hartford ttepubllcan for the first four weeks of the contest. These coupons when properly filled out may bo voted by anyone for any contestant. To be complete they must Include the border. To bo counted they must be brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before the date shown on each coupon. 3. Contcstantss will be furnished with receipts to be given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many Batnple copies of The Republican as desired. 4. Special voting coupons will be Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can bo voted at any time during the contest. The number of votes Indicated will In no manner be changed during the progress of the contest. Cr the woman trho experiences hct flashes nothini Is so good to soothe, qtjfef and calm the nervous system as a puro Clycetia extract o! native medicil pleat, and made Without alcobot, which has been sc!d by druggists (or tlis past forty years, and moit favorably known as Doctor Pierce's I'aorite Pretcriptioa. In jounger ycari soma women seder (rocs i!is..!ncsi, or Liaefaf spell, hysteria, headache, bearing down feeling and pain. 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Such earnest testimonyyfrom those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's, sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a frive others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try itl Your druggist sells it Writ to: Xadit' Advisory Dept, Catta90a Msdidne Co.. Cnaltasoosa. Tsaav, IsrJavacsWnifrariKMaadsepsWbo 191 jolnt-belrshi- .rV. ii"iMlfiMJjjfbajas 1 'rf - .., t. .asil . ' l..-- m .aaaaiaBaib. h fiBMlJJ.mUM 1D08IER HUNTERS Were Caught by Game Wardens in Kentucky. All llnree Were From Evansville And One Escaped Property Confiscated. OT RUSSIAN CZAR'S R4KIN6 POWDER A Pure, Grape Cream Tartar Baking Powder Povnhi flavor which wo print on another pago bears directly upon the financial situation as affected by the Tariff and points out the huge drains upon our nationSALOON TRADE al money supply that nre caused by Interest and dividends upon foreign capital Invested in this country, by the expenditures abroad of American Owns 30,0000 Saloons and tourists, by the sums sent abroad ocean freights to foreign shipping 4,000 Distilleries. by Immigrants, and by tho payment of ocean freights to foreign shipping companies. Tho resolution proposed Famous Physicians Attempted to by Mr. Allen looks toward a congressional investigation of this subject. Stay His Power, But That resolution ought to pass, and the facts which It brings out should Were Routed. be mado known before nny Tariff reduction measures are enacted. i COURIER - JOURNAL For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER-JOURNAX L It will come as a surprlso to most Royal Baking Inquirer says: people to learn that the greatest pubImarovms tho Trie first arrest nuitle In Daviess lican of ancient or modern times is tothmhaalih-fulnm- ss ly a state warden under the none other than the devoutly orthoc&untr thm food dox Czar of Russia. .y.ui. iud fish law came about at 10 Voka, tho national drink of the oVJock litis niornliiK when two young Russian people, has been a crown jnen were taken Into custody by W. monopoly continuously since the sixJL Iladolph and It. M. Walker ot Lou" tortured woman In a terrible, burn- teenth century. Today the crown siltc. officers of the commission. mantle, Deskowlts, clad only In owns 30,000 kabaks, or public houses, The arrest was made on a gasoline ing undershirt, trousers and shoes, walk- and 4,000 distilleries. The annual Inbelow Staunch which was moored and disappeared come from this source Is approxiHounds' wharfboat on the Ohio river. ed out of. the house In the woods beyond Nutley. The po- mately $300,000,000. Tke officers secured scvcrel fine adjacent towns, Public houses are open by Imperial and other species of ducks as lice of Nutley and young who are searching for him, will, command in that country. Every wrJJ as the guns used by the must aportsmen. The men gave their "names without question, have a murder hamlet, no matter how small, town charge to lodge against him. for the have at least one. When a new sis George Howard and Ed Urown. woman He3 at the point of death in is started it Is said the first two Th5y ncre taken before County Judge Ueneral Hospital and structures to rise are the orthodox Owen to answer the charge of hunt-3- n the Passaic church and the cozy "pub." in order state her recovery Is impossible. Kentucky without a in that the latter may enjoy some semthey license, both men claiming that blance of nobility, and otherwise run Will View Historic Field. Evansville. resided in ot pure plcbeianism, a picture of the There was also another 'hunter Chattanooga, Tenn., March 24. The Czar i3 appropriately hung over the lalooK with the supposed Howard battlefield of Chattanooga will be a extend a royal welcome bar, as If .and Crown, but it is understood that point of paramount Interest to the to all who to ' enter. soon as ho heard of tho arrest of Confederate veterans when they as.tts Sometime ago a movement was ,ibh fellow hunters he left with the semble here May In annual re9 launched in several communes to launch for the Indiana union. .saoonine close half the public houses and de .shore. The bloodiest battlefield of the Clvi vote the money thus saved to schools The arrest of tho two men attracted Wary has attractions that no other for the children. The idea seemed the battlefie'd enjoys. around Interest considerable More than 30,-0to be eminently proper, Boeing the house, as both of them seenied court men were Idled and wounded In people themselves were threatened .4o be refined and well educated the battle of Chickamauga. The ex- with destruction with the million- with no Intention of violating act number of dead and missing will scourge ot Ignorance and th law, and as they expressed It, never be known; but from the most dollar of the fact that they were reliable statistics, the total casualties vodka. JsaoesMl Words came down like a crack of .required to have a Kentucky license. highest per cent of casualties, based heights of St. men carried an'Ijidlana state on the number of men engaged, of thunder from the lofty Tii Petersburg that interference with a -.SiocRse, but had no license to shoot any battle in the history of wars. .duck on the Ohio river, which is in The Federal casualties exceeded the crown monopoly would not be tolerated a single moment. And before the .Kentucky. Confederate casualties by about 800. reverberations had died away in the Tbc penalty for violating the hunGreat improvements have been mad distance soldiers of the Czar swoopting law by one from another state at Chickamauga since the Confederate ed down upon the scene and closed .S a fine of not less than $.".0and not.reunIon here lg90 The Federoi jjiotc than $200, and a confiscation JGoVcrnment and those States that fined the presumptuous communes, .X all the property captured by the 8U,,lled the fighting forces in the the schools, reopened the "pubs," and served notice on all and sundry .same warden conflict, have spent several million .After the cases wree placed before dollars improving the field. Monu- that further offenses might mean an audge Owen find a consultation had ments have been erected in honor of indefinite sojourn to Siberia. Prominent physicians from all over with County Attorney Finn, the men th'o dead, markers have been placed agrwd to waive an examining trial to show the locations of the troops the empire met at Moscow some months ago to discuss measures-band they were held over to the May and some eighty-fiv- e miles of good term of criminal court. The men put roads havo been constructed through- which the Intolerable ravages of this monstrous vampire of Ina $."0 cash bond each for their out the park. temperance might bo stayed. They iippirance in court, but it is underIn addition to these improvements, stood that In the event tlicj fall to the United States has eestahlished at met in the name of both science and shoiv up the bond Is to be forfeited, Chickamauga the largest Army Tost humanity, but the soldiers and police of the little famous CV.ar harassed ajid recognized as a fine for the in the United States. This post is them until the congress was broken charged. known at Ft. Oglethorpe, is occupied AtiKt the men left the courthouse all of the time by troops of the reg- up in disorder. however, Before they disbanded, St ivas ascertained that their true ular army. The Eleventh Cavalry ;narus were Gllmoro Mcllaynie, city Is now at this post. As all who some seeds were sown that may some .tlclurt agent for the L. and N, at keep themselves posted in army mat day ripen Into a harvest of reform. .Evansville, and William Ureldenbach, ters know, tho Eleventh Cavalry is They showed that SO per cent of the a. musician or that clt. The other tho crack regiment of tho United male population of Russian cities benun with tho launch was W. S. States army. The regiment will give comes addicted to the use of vodka .i5ttcler, a piano dealer of Uvansvllle, exhibition drills at the po3t every beforo they are 30 years old, that 45 v,ho was reared at Calhoun, but for day of the reunion and welcome the per cent of all the girls In the empire x form a like haltb before they nre 18; number of years was In the pUno Confederate veterans most cordially. that OS per cent of all the crimes in .business in Owensboro. Tho park and army post are readiIt was evident from the beginning, ed by trolley line at an expense of both army and navy are by men that fictitious names were given the fifteen cents. The service on this whose reason has been dethroned by officers, as an attempt was made to lino is ample and modern In all re- his majesty's special monopoly; and that while the government spends lasnpprvsa the fact that they were un- spects. Cars convey passengers from 25 cents per head for public der arrest. city to the park, a distance of less than the Tbe game warden stated that they fifteen miles, in forty minutes. Hack eduucatlon, ttho public brings an anhad information that UuCh hunters and motor cars may be had at the nual blood toll offering of from 25 to 30 cents per head Into tho .Jfrcmi Evansville were violating the terminus of tho trolley line to convey drink shops of tho government. Kentucky law by hunting without a tourists through the park, stopping at The liquor business officially fositaA liirn.se. it is bald that many of all points of interc3l a few minutes, those violations were taking place so that passengers may get ail of tered by the Russian government conflatly in tho neighborhood of Owens- - tho information desired. The rates stitutes a chapter in contemporary history which lit its grim significance, .'bore, and for that reason they were for hacks and motor cars are very Is probably without a parallel In j'ietallfd to come to this place. reasonable. The maximum fare is either ancient or modern times. On '.Mcmrs. Rudolph .and Walker arrived fixed by the government, and this Inrecogi$n Owensboro Thursday night, and formation Is conspicuously display- tho ono hand, tho Czar Is the nized head of tho great orthodox thlr morning mndo a raid on tho gas- - ed ou each vehicle. Bic launch when llaynio and Urled- - The undergrowth has been carefully church and tho spiritual leader of mil 'Ions of people; whllo ou the other snhvjh were taken into custody. Removed from the entire fluid, and ho bears tho distinction ot being the .Mmnrs. Rudolph and Walker sta- Chickamauga today shows clearly the greatest saloon-keepted that they lmd been very success- same battle lines the world has that were made dur- ever known. ful since their appointment by the ing the engagement of fifty years latc commission, having been in the ago. Snodgrass Hill, tho Poo place. A Logon the Track. ,miW on Green river, when a large Kelley field, and other points ot .ranirwr of fish nets were seized historic interest, nro carefully pre- of the fast express means serious trouble ahead, If not removed, so ..mti confiscated. served by tho National Government does loss of appotlte. It means lack through the Park Commission. of vitality, loss of strength and ncrvo Saved Leg of Boy. In order to provido oven bettor old boy "It seemed that my weakness. If appetite falls, take Elec service during the Confederate rewould have to lose his leg, on account trie Bitters quickly to overcome the of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad union, an entirely new, double-trac- k cause by toning up tho stomach nnd line Is being constructed to tho bruise," wrote 1). F. Howard, Aquone, curing the Indigestion. .Michael N. C. "All remedies and doctors Chickamauga battlefields and army of Lincoln, Nob., had been post. Tho new lino follows a diftreatment failed till we tried lluck-leii- 's sick over three years, but six botArnica Salve, and cured him ferent route, and Is much shorter tles of Electric Bitters put him right one box." Cures burns, bolls, thau the existing lino. Strenuous on his feet again. They have helpwlih skin eruptions, plies. 2Jc, at all drug- - efforts have been put forth in con- ed thousands. They give pure blood, struction for months, as a result of m strong nerves, good digestion. Only 'Kists. which tho completion by the middle CO . cents at all druggists. m of May is a certainty. Sets His Wife on Fire. Owonsboro Bowaro of Olntmonts for Catarrh that Contains Morcur; . antlatUa of nial-Atrc- U as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tho wholo system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can posh sibly derive from them. Hall's Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo O., contains no mercury, and U taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. " Sold by Druggists. Prlco 73c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. C'nt-arr- Louisvillk, Ky.HKNRY WATERSON, Editor WEEKLY ' COURIER-JOURNA- L AND : HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for O $1.5 0. Eegular price of Weekly Courier-Journ$1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journ- al al i 27-2- Mrs. WILLIAMS MINES. J. W. Newiand and little 00 gen-.tldD- ,. bat-wing- daughter, Vlrglne Ball of Crofton, HI., which have been visiting her parents ot this place Is now visiting relatives at Hurt ford. Miss Viola Waddle ot East Hartford spent 'ast week visiting her sisters Mrs. J. F. Rowe and Mrs. James Au-tr- y ot this place. Mr. Gilbert Johnston and family have moved to Mr. Jim Miles prop erty. Mr. Miles and family have gone to Oregon. Miss .Myrtle Vark of Central Grove who has been attending school at this place went home Saturday. Dr. 11. H. Pendleton has moved In to his property. Miss Opal Bennett of Ccntertown has been vialtlng her sister Mrs. Dr. H. H. Pendleton. Miss Kathryu Rowe of this place has been visiting her aunt Mrs. James Autry of Providence neighborhood. There Is a couple of young gontle-me- n of WHIIa'ii .Mines looking for a cook they are making frequent calls to Bennetts neighborhood. Quite a surprise was given to tho people of this place last Wednesday night when Mr. Walter Parrlot and Miss Nellie Watson eloped to Springfield Tenn., and were qultely married. The Death Angels visited the home of Mr. Mont Rowe Murch Ctli and claimed from him his beloved wife which had been In bad health for several years. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn their lots.Mrs. Rufus Ross of Ccntertown, Miss Orphic and Corbet Rowo of this place nnd Sergt. M. It. Rowe, Fort Leven-wort- h Kan. The Central Park graded school of this place closed Friday 'March 21. Air. and Mrs. Guy Statoler and Miss Jessye Shll) ot this place have Just returned from market. Mr. J. W. Johnston who arrived at this place a few weeks ago from Washington, visited his sister Mrs. J. T. Rowe and brother L. G. Johnston a few day? last week. Little Miss Flossie Eddallno Johnston has been visiting her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Waddlo of Hartford tho last 2 weeks returned home .Monday. Taylor Coa' Co., lost a fine mule tho first ot the weok by being caught between tho car and wall. in combi- : t : nation with this paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. : $ . THE DAILY r- - LOUISVILLE HERALD : Enjoys the largest circulation in Ken iutny uetause n is ine oesi newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news. The Herald's special features make among Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in tho Herald entitled: pre-eminent i , er On CLEAR RUN. Mr. David Meadows mot a streak of bad luck ono day tlds week in loosing a bill ou tho .public highway. Before this goes Into print, the wedding beells will ring ou lower Cleur Run, strange how theso littlo secrets will slip out. Mr. and Mrs. John Sndley and daughter went to Hartford yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Susan McKlniey was burled at Bells Run Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bartlett went to Owensboro Wednesday returning1 Thursday. Mr. C. W. Trodgon who has been suffering with rheumatism is about well. Henry J. tho little son of ChaHle Trogdon Is sick at this writing. Mr. Leonard Hoover has hts new house about completed. There will bo as all day meeting at Clear Rua Baptist church the last Sunday In thk month with oae ot the good dinners, so famous at that church. fivo-doU- Board the .Good Ship Earth -- Back numbers of theso articles frje 6n request to all who subscribe now. ar The Louisville and Daily Herald Hess-helm- er The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription can ba taken for the Herald to ia : J $ 'i i. New York, March 23. I'cter Fortunes in Faces. living on the ground floor of There's often much truth in the house In Nutley, N., saying "her face is her fortune," but J., quarreled with his wife, Maria, its never said where pimples, skin today, and after hot words, threw eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes her and emptied mbout a gallon of disfigure it. Impure blood is back jswollae on her. Then he set firo to of them all, and shows the need of li)er.ecicd clothlug. Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thy were trying to promote health and buty. Try them. While neighbors quench Use fire which wrapped the J 35 ce.aU at all druggists, s, two-fami- ly Is It to be a Leap in the Dark. Than the question ot trade balances created by the oxcess of exports over imports no subject of graver Impor tance could engage the attention ot the administration and Congress that are about to change thoTariff system ot the United States. The commute-tlo- n from Mr. W. H. Allen, entitled. "Are Taking a Leap In the Dark." be mailed to any town or city where that paper delivered by carrier. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now This offc r.isfoood for a few days only. 4 a 444 . .JSawJtehoj