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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913. people of Florida voted overwhelming ly, he should do. Tho Florida Citrus growers will be no worse off than will be the Louisiana sugar cane growers, who also patriotically voted to niako less, or No. 39 doee not result ho will at least b seriously prejudiced. It Is a universally-concede- d fact that tho most potential factor In thff reduction of Uic high cost of living lies in tho cxtensvo development of tho country's unutilized agricultural resources. There are many thousand of acres of arable land stljl lying fallow, tho cultivation of which would-bincreasing the supply of food pro ducts, naturally make the nccessar- -' ies of life more abundant and conse quently less dear. If, however, by the contemplated "substantial reductions' all along the line" he American, -farmer is to be left absolutely posed to the ruinous effect of foreign competition, there will hi very" little encouragement for o engage in the pursuit of agriculture. r" 1 Democratic Tariff tinkering threatening serious Injury in many directions, but there can hardly 6r a more severe blow BtrucK at ther country's, prosperity than would, be Involved in a check to agricultural N expansion. new-come- rs tU nothing, from their Industry that the re9t of the people might have cheaper sugar. BenDistrict Meeting: jTho Florldans should brace up and tijke a dose of their own medicine Schoolhouse. without making faces. Let them get dffwn to brass tacks and save themselves, If destruction Is threatened A. S. ofE. Session Was Wei 'The present Tariff does not rep resent as much in profit as the enor Attended and Nice Program mous waste in distribution in loss. Let them save their energies to asRendered. sault this problem. If they will they probably can so reduce the distriSupt. Henry Leach has given us a Ballot Denied Women in Michigan London, April 7. The campaign of bution chars?. as V more than make 'One of the most enthusiastic Mag- copy of the bulletin Issued by Dr. lsterlal Detroit, April 8. Woman suffrage revenge for the long sentence imposed up for any Tariff loss. meetings of the District Then they can continue to bunch' American Society of Equity was held Fred Mutchler, of the Agricultural in Michigan was generally conceded upon Mrs. Emmellne Pankhurst arid vote for the party of Jackson, department of the Western Kentucky hopelessly defeated in yesterday's elec at Bennett's school house Saturday, which the suffragettes threatened State Normal School at Howling tion when scattering returns received Is proceeding actively and seems like- Jefferson, Cleveland, Underwood and March 22. After the devotional ex Wilson, with Its mongrel Tariff, Its ercises the morning was spent in 'OCrocn, which we trust will be of In- -j late today from the rural districts ly to spread. extravagant economics and general the transaction of business of tercst to our readers. The bulletin of tho State did not tend to material the Many outrages have been commit- Inconsistency.- Duluth follows: ly decrease the big majority rolled up ted during organization up to the noon hour. tho last twenty-fou- r hours. 1. Selection of Land. against, the amendment by the" early These Included the complete destrucThen n. bountiful dinner wns nnreoA 1. Sec that land is well drained returns. Its opponents tonight nrc- "WhV I Qtllt the Atr Game.". hv ttin trnrui ln.1v mumkn nf this tion of the grandstand of tho Ayr and as fertile as can be secured on dieted a majority of at least 25,000. We are living In a fast age, and local. Such an array of good things race course In Scotland, where the tho farm. This afternoon's returns also ln- - principal Scottish meetings are held, the professional athlete who Is willing to eat is hard to describe. 2. If possible to obtain, an acre creased the confidence of the Repub-o- t the damage being estimated at $15,-00The house was called to order at sacrifice his bones on the altar cultivated In corn last year is llcans that thej would carry tho com-nioand an attempt to burn the new ,of a highly seasoned sport Is the one o'clock by chairman T. H. ' loto State ticket. The meeting opened by singdesirable. grandstand of the Kelso race course, one who the crowds will Jam the ing "Honor the Farmer." a. If there Is a fall plowed field of Judge Alfred J. Murphy, Democrat-clove- r also in Scotland. Two women were gates to see preform. or other sod, cow ppas or pas- - Ic candidate for Supremo Court Jus-tur- o caught after they had Art and science! Bah! The only Prayer by Bro. E. C. Baird. by little Delia M. Recitations on the farm, select an acre from tlco, was still tho only dangerous lgnltud rags which they science thajt ever appealed to me was .opponent and his vote bad not in- - had placed beneath tho Kelso stand. the dull thud of the dollars as they Daniel, Ant ha and Gleandeane Chlnn that. creased to any considerable extend 1. Fertilizing. Many shop windows were smashed bojmccd In the ticket office window. and Misses Alice and Edith Chlnn. Essay by Mrs. Jim Daniel. since the eurl returns. d 1. Use an abundance of in Glasgow, Including those of the But I never cheated tho spectators. "L Essay by Miss Vera Hawkins. patrons just stable manure, If obtainable. Apply telephone wires I gac tho pumpkin-fai- r Labor Exchange; Paying Sheep Claims, A beautiful song by visiting lady as 1 after laud Is plowed and work Into were cut at Llantarnam, in Mon- as! much for their "two-bitsoil thoroughly (23 tons not too much Frankfort, Ky., April 5. Nearly all mouthshire; letter boxes were damag gave those, who paid $25 for boxes at members of Goshen local. The banner was again given to V well worked In). Part of the ma- - the sheep claims have been paid by ed at Liverpool; the flower beds in the big city meets. I was never egotistical enough to Hartford local No. 604, of which we nure may bo applied before plowing the State Auditor. H. ',. Churchill, the public park at Newcastle were ' If thought best. of the Auditor's office, said that this torn up and letter boxes were burn think tho crowds came to witness my aro very proud. . This meeting was well attended by skill in putting a biplane through . 2. If commercial fertiliser Is used, year a balance of about $40,000 from ed or .damaged In Loudon. stunts. There was visiting members of the various lo- ono analyzing as nearly as jwsslble, the dog tax will go 'to the school The fact that .Mrs. Emcnon, of all- - the trick-do- g nitrogen, 3 per cent, phosphoric acid, fund after pajlng 'claims for sheep Jackson, Mich., has declared herself only one thing that drew them to my cals of Ohio county. Much, business 10 per cent., and potash, 2 per cent, killod. Last- - year tho balance was satisfied with the concession made by exhibitions: that morbid desire to wit. was transacted, and the meeting was "EVi i.Tn aK u,-.is recommended. From 230 lbs. to 000 more than double this amount. the British Home Secretary, Reginald ness "something happen. " They all closed by singing the A. MEMBER. lbs. per acre should be drilled into McKenna, in taking ten days off the predicted I would be killed while Rally Song." the ground with a wheat drill about prison sentence of her daughter. flying and none wanted to miss being In sixty days our store will close two weeks before planting. (Do not Miss Zelle Emerson, has greatly "In at tho death" If he could help 1U HMs no- exaggeration to say that If for good. Every dollar's worth of , displeased somo of .the militant suflut fertiliser in tho hill). ' a promoter advertise that Beachey merchandise MUST BE SOLD., 11. Preparatlon'of Seed Tied. fragettes. Miss Lillian Scott-Tro- y, would, fall a few thousand feet and ROSENBLATTS. 1 BREAKING. (a) Fall breaking the San' Francisco suffragette, who Is best, (b) For spring breaking turn has been one of the most active work get killed on- - a certain afternoon, K soil not less than 8 Inches and deepers in Miss Emerson's behalf, in an the stunt would draw a bigger crowd . than any other event. The street er f not more than an inch of clay interview tonight said: cars could not haul them, nor would up. Better plow 12 subsoil is turned "I am thoroughly shocked at Mis. ':! In The Oil Field. to 16 Inches deep f the subsoil perEmerson's weak attitude after her any grounds house them. I let the i; . mits. strong letters and cablegrams to tho prlmoters dangle before the eyes of 2. PULVERIZING. Before planting' United States, and the firm support the public the bait that there was a chance to witness Beachey's final thqrpughly fine the soil as deep as she has had .from English possible, using disk or cutting harrow i men and women of high position ttho drop.- I got big money for it. That money enabled me to quit, and give manure Is thoroughly mixed; until know neither her daughter nor her S. A. liKATCHER . Three new derricks are In course with soil. The land should be like Candidate for the Republican Noml- - self personally, but who realize the the crowd the laugh. of construction in the oil field, and The chance of being killed nover a, garden or ash pile. awful consequences of forcible i cednation for Sheriff Ohio County. Is every evidence that drilling worried me while I was flying. Every there IV. Seed. ing In English prisons. on a large scale will be on this Cot your seed corn from the beet Death Of MfS. Julia A.'fanfrOW "I blame the embassy .for her man and woman I met during my spring. crop that has grown in your section change of attitude. Sirs. Emerson is career predicted I would get killed. Mr8 JuIIa A Reafrow, wife ,of the This only annoyed me. Itdld not get of country. re variety aoes not mai- A rich strike of oil near, Corydon, Edward C. Renfrew, died at her, one of those Americans who evidentter so mat it is Known to nave nign honie near Dundee this county. Mar. ly are overcome by a nod from an on my nerves. Ind., Is supposed by oil men to be I made up my mind that if I did yielding qualities. (If you have trou- -' 2Cp 19i3, a(ter a lingering Illness of English person In a position superior part of the Hartford flold. tumble from the air, I did not want a ble In getting satisfactory Beed to that In which they move. monti,a. Funerai services were ..:.. form your County Superintendent C0Mjucted at the Dundee "It is not a case of an individual, my final bump to stomp me as a Snell well Is still making one hunDaptlst piker. If it came my time to die, I and it will bo attended to). per day and pumping church of which she was a member but a case of an American citizen, ant to drop thousands of feet. dred barrels V. Planting. by Uev Van Hoy Intermqnt at Sand Mrs. .Emerson, whose attljude has wanted, will soon begin at the Howard well. I wanted the grandstands and the 1 Either In hills 3 feet 8 inches IUH Sne was born January 4f iaiQ) been hot' and 'cold, should be disre..:.. each way. or drills 18 inches, in' rows pr0fessed faith in Christ when quite garded and. the campaign continued, grounds to be packed with a huge, All the tanks aro filled and a shipcheering mob and the band must be 3 foot 8 Inches apart. young and joined the Baptist Church because It will establish a proponent every other day crashing out the latest rag. And when ment will be mode S. Plant 3 Inches deep. and lived a consistent member until for future treatment of American or as fast as oil cars con be obthe ambulance, or worse, hauled me 3. If corn needs thinning or re- - Qoj called her h6me. Aunt Julia, as prisoners in English prisons." tained. .- i . -- . ... . i.. DCTS The bomb and arson can'p.iign away, I wanted them all to say, as lu i. " she was familiarly called, was a pa- ""' " they filed out the gates: "Well, he "slule. dry fpr uniformity). Uent SUfferer, seldom complaining threatened by the "wild women" has was -Great preparations are still being certainly flying some." 4. Plant as soon as suits your She, was quite a favorite in her neigh- caused intense alarm In the Promado among oil men to continue the I knew 1 was skillful. I had every conditions after April 15th. obtaining leases. borhood, was ever ready to minister vinces, especially at historic places confidence In my combined action efforts of Vr, Cultivation. to tho sick and distressed and will like Chatsworth and Blenholra, where to a degree sufficient to checkmate i 1, Any time from planting to four be greatly missed by many sorrowing special patrols of police and ;'aue trick of wind, or Farmers Are Certain to be Hit. keepers have been placed on duty any treacherous "'days afterward, harrow tho ground friends and relatives In his speeches during the late weather. I was never afraid of myday and night self. But I knew just as sure as fate, Presidential campaign, President Wil In sixty days our store will close up if you can or roll corn after It is .for good. Every dollar's worth of Voted for It and Are Going to somo day there would bo a tiny flaw son repeatedly declared that the agavoid It). in a piece' of steel; Just a little fleck; ricultural Interests needed no Pro every week or ten days mercuanuise wus'i; uu sul,l. 2. Cultivate Get It. it would not take longer than just tection and it now appears that thls ROSENBLATT'S with fino tooth cultivator, or one- Down In Florida thousands of good a tick of a watch; and then it would theory Is to be put Into practical op nunsa uturuw, iruiu uuiu wiu is iii&v t,.- - Uamm mr.... Hf? Democrats are growing oranges, all be over. eration. Before this Is done, how-ove- r, icdbucia tuuai nan. enough "Until It tassels. I always believed I would get killthe farmers are likely to be April 5. Many lemons, pineapples and grape-frui- t. Frankfort, Ky They 3. Keep corn free fromeeds. Is ono of the chief tndustres of ed if I stuck to the game long heard from In' no uncertain terms take tho moisture that the soil needs. county superintendents attending the This aro used they meeting here have mado Inquiries that State. These samo fruits are enough. Without shouting tho fact through tholr representatives on the 4. Jf about when they are to receive their grown In nearby Islands and coun- from the housetops, I sot a figure floor of the House. The horny-hande- d should bo small ones. tillers of tho soil may not be adept for my bank-ro- ll to roach and deFebruary apportionment of the state tries to the South. IMPORTANT. VERY The transportation charge to the cided that when I got that much In tho elucidation of obstruse economNover work in soil when It is too school fund, amounting to Is no less from Florida, than money In the strong box, I'd quit ic dogmas, but they aro quite faand nover cultivate over two Hon dollars. It was explained to them North from these other places. So far as tho game cold. The last flight I miliar with and equally appreciative inches deep, (it will do more harm, that mere is .in tne runu now $jsu, 639.30. This last payment must be this factor Is concerned, thoy'can' mado brought me tho final dollars of the Irrefutable fact that with than good). publications lit full and tho warrant ca)aot be lay down tholr products in tho ulti- of my "pile." Now I have quit tho in tho past census decado farm values Study carefully all In the Unitod States have-morthan sent you, and keep a careful record mot until about $125,000 moro is re- - mate markets just as cheap as can gamo forever. Uoubled.. To bo specific In statetreasury, Florida growers. of time (horses nnd men), material ) ceived into the fund lu tho Hartford Baptist Church, ment the aggrogato valuation of tho But tho Florldans Are Protected In and money used on tho aero. These That will bo probably within the next their-- Industry by a Turlff which Mr. Services Sunday' will bo as follows: farms of tho country in 1P0O was $20,- thirty days. will figure lu your grado at tho end Underwood. Intends to materally" re- Sunday School 9:30 n. in. Dr. E. W 439,901,101 white In 1910 It was I0,- of the work. Administrator's Notice. duce Tho directors of tho Florida toru, Supt. Preaching at 11 a, in., 991.419,090. Tho .farmer knows full Respectfully 6ubmIttod. All persons having claims against Citrus Exchange now declaVe that if and 7:15 p. m. by tho pastor, ReVr well, too, tbatt this agumentatlon of FRED MUTCHLER. farm values was experienced under E. B. English. tho estate of Lewis Rnnklus are ho docs, hey' will "repudiate tho Morning subject: "American of tho Democratic party" and the operation of a Republican Tariff T ,'Vote on $30,000 Bond Issu?. hereby notified to present them to subject: "Tho Hope system which afforded exceptionally Hazard. Ky.. April 7. Tho Perry mo, properly proven, on or before will Protect their home Industries substantial Protection to his proCounty FlBCnl Court during its ApnlMay 20, 1913 or they will be forever and lives" from this threatened de- of thej Nation." Everjono woleomo. ducts. If now this beneficent Protec struction. payment irom tho .barred term ordered the Mr.-- : Underwood .. Doors soon to closo. Wo aro go tion is to bo withdrawn he will be smiles. And why .Aiu lUAva .kA duui Ar ti CArt nf whlj'tl JOI1NN1E SHORT, SR.. ura ... ui(i,uv, . ......... Jiia not? He Is proposing to do to Florida ing to leave and must close our likely to conclude that It is roeason Echols ,Ky. 4 amount $250 was in the naturo of Lewis Rankin, do only what he Is plodged to do by ' doors within sixty days. Qoods able to assume that If an exactly pauper claims, the balance tor saiar- - Administrator 'rveerso movement In farm values ROSENBLATT'S. 39t5. tho Democratic platform and what the must go, first. les to the county officials, Including ceased. the Magistrate and olher expenses. The court ordered that a special elec- SUFFRAGETTES tion bo hcltl to vote on the question of a bond Issue amounting to JSO.uOO. CONTINUE WAR CULTIVATION This amount, it is stated, will be enough to pay off the balance due on the new courthouse uulldlng and provide funds sufficient to construct Kelso Of Corn in the State of a concrete sidewalk ten fcot wide Burn Grandstand the public squnre. A,contract around Racecourse in Scotland. Kentucky. was entered into between the court and tho Smith Construction Company to do the work on a 10 per cent baDr. Mutchler Issues Circular of sis. Tho court also ordered that the Women Caught Setting Fire to courtroom should not be used for any other than court business excoptlng Stand Many Windows BrokInterest to All Com In tho case of religious meetings of en and Mail Boxes Ruined, Growers. special lectures. Lodge meetings are forbidden. : ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING HELD at at 11 nett's It r I r News-Tribun- e. 0, st 0 Selling out to quit business. We are going away, but the good? must HO first. ROSENBLATT'S.' Bel-mai- n. RECEIVE LESS FOR . STAPLE PRODUCTS Prices to Farmers Lower on April 1 well-rotte- s" Than, at Any Time in Past Five Years. Washington, April 9. Farmers were getting less for their staple "crop on April 1 last than on that date tiny other time during the last five years, m.fr na fftvtttvirl uui t... A1 v uj me nureau oi wiw-tlstlcs of the Department of Agrf- culture. ' On April 1, this year, prices xt staple crops- - averaged 25.9 per 'cent. lower than on a like date of 1912, 3.7 per cent lower than In 1911; 18.2 per cent lower than In 1909. Tab year the average of prices increased' three-tenth- s of 1 per cent during thff month of March against an average Increase of 2.1 per cent during Mrcb of the past five years. Corn on April 1 averaged 53.7 eta. a bushel against 71.1 last year, 49.7" the year before and 65:5 in 1910; wheat 79.1 cents against 92.5, 83.8" and 104.5 tho three preceding year; oats 48.5 against 92.3, 69.1 and 69.7 cents; rye 62.9 against 85.1, 75.4 and 76.6 cents; potatoes 50.3 against 117.1, 55.5 and 47.4; cotton 11.8 against 10.1, 13.9 and 14.1 cents per pound, and butter 27.6 against 26.1? 22.6 and 25.8 cents. On hogs, beef, veaj, sheep and lambs prices were better than on April 1 In 1912 and 1911, .but Tn the cases of hogs, sheep and lambs not up to averages for 1910. . Hogs on April 1 averaged $7.62 per hundred pounds; beef cattle $5.88; veal calves $7.49; sheep $4.97, and lambs, $6.56. .- w- "si - . ' ' ..t.n.. j'",uus ... Two Killing Frosts. When the killing frosts brought heavy losses to the California citrus growers they found consolation in th prospect of better times this year, when through good prices they could recoup In some measure. But It seems that they are not to have any such compensation. In. the new Tariff bill the duties on oranges and lemons ;are to be ruthlessly slashed, and It will be the growers of .Sicily and other citrus countries who wll profit by California's misfortune. For the domestic growers another killing e. frost Is at hand the "frost o .Misfortunes come . nover singly. Free-Trad- ' bull-tongu- .Marriage License. Charlie E. Bolton, Hvermore, Ky., land Llllle Belle Dawson, route 3, Hartford. Wayne Dover and Lottie Peach, Olaton, Ky. Clarence Westerfleld and Cova Wright, routo 1, Fordsville. Whalon A. King, route 7, Hartford, and Frances IHubhaw, Hart' ford. Ado Willoughby and Ethel Em-bf- y, Balzetown, Ky. Clyde Arnold and Fannie Erans, Arnold . Eggs For Sale B. P. Rocks. Pope,. shock, per selling, 19 eggs ror $i.w. Indian Runner Duck Eggs, 13 for 75c. MRS. JOHN W. SANDERFUR, R. 7, Hartford. Kyr e - ' " -- ac-tl- i''M.t ''""" .iimm,ju.. ii.ui niatmvKmmmmmmmm0mum9ttn mLjMuj !5!!i5X?Sjwswv II "iNGEL" f lenver IS curreace. THEPLAYMATE Girl Who Talks depeadeac. aoerer. Soaoe told of "Margie" plaoed la the torl the' by ccriace Albert, even b pireats bo bare come to look ujioa , the Mule playmate" a aa evtryciay j Twtor about tbe iiaynew home Vn JOJepaior eiirrr- u Affi OPPOSED TO REMOVING DUTIES I by tbe correction of radical!;- - wroac to industrial and social condition , i v bea Together for the Protection of Tbe child is fond of drawing. . yan old &? bad made ttre Their Own Interests. WHn Unseen Lompanion. d0Maf of iJwcl o: ;re-au-- ai In her toward tbe coatc ; little ikeuhes CoKnne Alterra always t If Te do not stand together in the ThnncrhtGirl Was says that -- Margie" helped her. at Fircr w . ... f .. ..- . I ago vi'uac fjJl olV nrt rroiecuoa o; our uae murrctis r was near death. The family physl- - 'cannot expect an one to represent to Dolls, Bat Finally JaJidng said the baby could not live, i Congress intends to reduce customs .Began to Wonder. She bad leakage of the heart, and duties upon most goods, and if farm- tbe pbj sklaa said that cases are very n d0 aot ge. 0USJ. they will when a child with this ailment mjt au farm productions from en countries free duty. Some of tiolo.. March SI A five ever reaches the aje of maturity. Ba- girl who has an "aa?!" for, by called her mother to the bedside t, lawmakers expect, by taking the Sr-rjJLouisville, Ky. HENRY WATERSON, Editoii ,uuty oif wheat to be able to go 2jt-- siyaat U attractlaz atsch at-- ! and said: "Don't worry about me. mamma, rouau t0 tie takers and see the Jrom psychologists here. She aer"-c breal reduced. They also xt- e- rimcbu-- r tf A- - I". MayfiekJ. a rm going to get well Marzle told Margie as Just here, aadl.hlnV hv leiiinc in meat from South .r writer, and her name is me . f r . ""-- . j -iti L'uniiiiini m. inn rrr?i nA ran rniTnn . .k. iki ktia !" Mir vtn. im. m rA- nnma nnvi- , Aiuenta irve ui uui; iiui "ra rv. wz i.il TCra Anuria jia.' 0. . -- - -COURIER-JOURNA- L -1 lr!t' kr f?h of her fv! L." i,,.,,. ., ,,o i,mh,. itMin It necessarv to use a medium frol ,l And baby Corinae did get well And 'They also believe that by making frm oxygen and that because , would Tasa Corlnae Albena was one yea la fast getting over her heart affile-- tne Australian wool grower a pres- -' 'oxygen grow only In the absence of j AND it would never be found in this much the parents have;eal 0; tjje dutr on wool that clothes ciM ib-- could walk and talk. Shetioa. In I here ju tse iisience oj jiargie. BUe roost oiser caiiurea, i". uiaiuias o- will e caeaper. iney are mis- - , uwu zxin? s w; naKen. They can injure ana aiscour- - gen. Dr. Flexner said he had not ioi 3 "taKy taju. c.age, as there were no Beware of Ointments for Ca- -' are American industries by reducing ' btren able to establish the fact of in- masses fectlon from the bite of the suible ore-cblldie- n la the family, and the'tarrn tnat Contains Mercury, us to the poverty-stricke- n " or other insect, the discovery, were will past middle age' and wealthy classes of other coun-- , me-cuwill surely destroy the b.v Dr. Rosenau of Washington. -by bread, n came. sense of smell and comploflv der- -' tries, but they cannot cheapen meat or clothing without at the same D- - C.. but he did not doubt the truth Bsi ssae power of tbe child, even ange"lhe gys.Ba, ,h.n entering of one jear. to summon u m'ucous surfaces. Such time reducing the earning power of , of the Rosenau diseoveery. h Friedmann Treating More Cas-a- . jide the soul or spirit of aaIclts should never be used except the masses of city people, just th I tt- -' his return from Canada to, always as they will surely Influence a Zijit?irl which Corinne a pnscrlpUoM from reputable phv-(sa. ja decrease In farm productions. Any-- 1 vw Vork. Dr. Friedrich Friedmann, tin uiae of Marde, was the thev wl ssnez. irplexlng problem that attract-- j u wq fod w one who wlli ai "Our Industrial t the German scientist, who claims to V good yQa .. thiv,HcV,i- in thi mmr have a new and sieciflc cure for tu- - ii v stpn;!on of hir Darents. If she! ... derive rrom tnem. Mails tat-- i phv" o ..iSiDiy . berculosis, was ... .... . hun nKBAJciae and freted, "Margie" would, arrn Lure, manuiactureu . .uy snould Courier-Journ- al r out t. j. iland agreeing k with us!"mVN write thto :i. dreds of peopleagain bes.eged by con- - . W ,... W sufferinr from P am! c.mioi-of to her. If she was taken cichcarriage, "Margie" In hrkint.ia hn'V i0 . ...I. .aw ",.... ..v . r n r , . ..,1.. nnuw fi:- tj n'wuuiii s ruuuiSLU. I; SUmi)! on. rvi t... la-- 11 he. was pUing ww.t. the'.' iiu njMrx:ur. 2111U. lb iikii uiLf ruiiii. iiin " a on -these views. If requested to do so, j began the treatment of numerous ca d,rUv upoa th bood ses with his vaccine. , "Margie was on the lawn. avon, ,niwe will furnish our subscribers with rn,,r! Bt,rfa.14. irjzh Jy. rihe was not afraid in the buvlng Ha,r3 Catarra CurB b 6Ure i extra copies to send to Washington Fortunes in Faces. SirVl room, becaute she sald'.,ou get the genuiae. U ukea Kor that purpose. If we do not Courier-Journ- al was near. There's often much truth In the I tend to our own busiaess, no one Mntprnallv and mad" in Toledo. Ohio. was the companion L Thi plrit child saying "her face is her fortune." but F j cheJjejr & Co Tes:imoajalg will do it for us. nearly one Alberta our at- - its never said where pimples, skin "On Januarj- - 21st. lr Crsinne the parentsforbegan to won I trw i-Acore ,d bv DrJj-U- i PrJce Mr torney. Mr. S. H. Cowan, appeared eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes nbo, tc what ".Margie before the 'as and Means Commlt- antlottle disfigure it. Impure blood is back tee at Washington. D. C, and urg-le- d raM2- - For a long time they tnoueht , Take Hall's Family Pills for Zitu filld Iiad named one of her dolls the retention of the present duty of them all, and shows the need of iation. Pills. They . Ion live stock, and its Mr. Dr.. King's New Life :iTar.itn. and paid little attention to promote health and buty. Try them. Six. Urtquent recurrence of the name. (Cowan's brief on behalf of thls.as-.soclatio2o cents at all druggists. m 13ot one day the child's father took HUMAN "FLY" HURT filed with the Ways and - jo- - a walk In the park. They 2.rMeans Committee, has been seat to First Aid at The Mines. romping on the lawn, when ich of our members, and it is worth" A2 DflflfPT RIIDQTQ clapiK.-Cji?ini-her hands and Advices from of careful reading. A feature of this year's annual' Courier-Journa- l. Washington Indicate that the Ways meeting of the Kentucky Mininc In- - 'W "tt, .laddy, here comes .Margie now aad Means Committee will stitute will be a "First aid Contest." ! Law Planned tO Be Shot ly favorably report the same free- - The competition will be open to ! xir an hav lota of fun!" father could see no live Burpr-Bcd list bill as passed Coneress at the teams from all over the state and Up 3500 Feet and Descend Ia3. session. Said bill placed on the will take place on May 16, the first oitf arul auked the child what she jKisaxr. She replied: meats, cerals and flonr.aniJ day of the meeting, which is. to be 'rere bv Parachute "O. ilon't you know Margie, my fiome manufactured articles, sa:h 35! held In Lexington. jfrhvynuit.'T Ion't you see her .agricultural implements, cotton baa- The institute has arranged this Slvm? Isa'--l he dsir?" New 7. A York. ADrll Kto! Sing, boots and shoe3, and certain contest with a view to encouraging Sm hhe?" asked her papa. "JKiMe rocket containing Rodman Law. the'5c!n(1 : 'eather, and some classes of the miners and mine o;erators BChv, right here by my aide. She ur members are urged to throughout the state to human "fly." in which he Intended lumber. take up the ixx iiiibi of my hand," replied to be shot ZVr) feet Into the air, de- - Immediately write the Congressmen work in the as if pro.npted by scendlng by a parachute, exploded ' and Saators from their respective anil thr-ninterest of the conservation of life. iiocmnie alii: said: aiking them to vigorously The movement was begun In Kenthis afternoon whn sVi nnnnd. nf states. . .,, rQ. daddy, of course you can't bj ,. ,,,hInd m oppose the placing of meat and live tucky In 1311 by the mine rescue .TSirj-ij-siu- f you can't, 'cause a hmM j,. fet frorn hu'8eal ,n the stock on the free list.' -F- rom letter cars of the United States governuirj-ixcarafe here to play with me.' ' Issued Feruar' 14th. 1313, by H. A. rocket and was slightly Injured. ment Bureau of Mines, and since that "J&'rere At, Margie live?" he ask- Jastro, President, American Live time many first aid teams have beecn Protected bv Daddins and a I Stock Association. The office of the Law rrawie.! into the wb,. -- ...i. -Wy Pn Heaven, of course-do- n't , hg ; the o;der to! Secretary of the association Is SK organized. Kentucky has a small aml percentage of mining accidents as . .yen Jtnov that?" she reulk-d- . anar- - ., ..vsntnth cirut iliivhp rvin compared with other states, but it fits.y much surprised that hertered for lW Tqmlinson, Secrtarj'.St. Louis Is possible to make the W!QoaABm There wa8w. percentage iXxa. ahou not know all about "Mar-)- a burgl of f,ame a c,oud Qf Blnoke , National Farmer. even lower and one of the best C5m-- and htr place of abode, and a terrific report. Hundreds of methods of doing so is by instrucin Ken-tuck- y Curiuoc Alberta was awakened one spectators straining their eyes for A Log on the Track. iiy a dream. She cried, and a sight of the great rocket hurtling of the fast express means serious tion of the miners In this emergency is newspasaid: wrglars were In the house. Her through the air, saw it leap forward trouble ahead, if not removed, so work. All mining companies have their in 1'iiit.iT ux'Ut Va her bedside and rpuiet-e- il a few feet and does loss of appetite. It means lack burst into fragments. ph)slclans, Ar. Afl:r he had retired he Law was hurled violently through of vitality, loss of strength and nerve quent and butIs accidents are frepeople know it. not always possible it latssrd ihj child laughing and he ask-n- the air and to the ground. His hair weakness. If appetite falls, take Elec to secure the physicians' service as ruaHon . the and eyebrows were burned off. For trie Bitters uuickly to overcome the "Uliy ,M;irf;iQ just came and told ten seconds he was unconscious. Then cause by toning up the stomach and promptly as could be desired. It Is Just here that the work of the first n rrt 10 be afraid. She says there he got up and looked curing the Indigestion. Michael around. jinnjui liiirglarK here." of Lincoln, Neb., had been aid team is valuable and the In "Darn that thing!" he exclaimed. "TVh'-xia .Margie?" he aski.-d- . sick over three years, but Bix bot- structions that these teams are givBesides giving tho public the most reliable "I thought I was going up." en relate to the proper method of rOLiRht here above my bed, daddy Panic spread among the spectators tles of Electric IJlttere put him right taking care 6f injured persons In market reports an well as general news. The m see her?" And In 'Joxu't a Immeillatnll- - aftl.r thn r,vnl..alnn ff on hla feet again. They have help" .fcP...., i,.timijuj . !. ..till. .... ..!. .... wtwwoji un: ijumI Ytan anivei I un.n...i i......t....i - .,... 'JL. aw Herald's special features make ed thousands. They give pure blood, the Interim 'prior to arrival of the among could lIllUJlllYUMJe tUat mlno ph)slclan. This Is in many vjUi a Htnlle on her la'.e. have escaped being blown to lilts strong nerves, good digestion. Only cases of the Iouisville newspapers. ' utmost importance in Jin-thftime Corinne was at the and several women became, u0 cents at all druggists. m hvutcrlral. saving an injured man's life. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's MuiBH cl Dr. K. O. Hunt, u nelghlKirj When those managing the exploit .The Kentucky .Mining Institution Is ..inrf "hfj- were sliownig Iht pictures reached the seen;, thiy Scientific. masterful articles which aro now running serially ntro .Ti'jiris-u- l greatly enlarging Its usefulness by 4bKt;v:h a Htcrcscijpe. Among the pic Threshing Without Reaping. to find Law str'tul'tn; 0:1 the in the Herald entitled: encouraging the organization of first was orio of a little girl In her viir ground, in the That a machine lias been perfected aid teams. Mining is of A tlu buriiiiic necessity a The hali) was asleep and a framework "Ti. which will enable the fanner hereafof tho 'tcafful'iiug. hazardous occupation, but Its hazKlMl angel hovered over the crib. l.ad HUpported tho rotet. ills ok- - ter to thresh his grain direct from ards may bo reduced by educating "."uriMK! looked at It and exclaimed: trifjyl l rh-r.m lw.t Its stand In the field, without reap". I ( U'l the miners In relief work and In tho ...... ....... flVII'f. . .. . fi. Jotjk. doctor: Imro in .MarL-lo'- s " '"- i inc i';..ii i v. ii.cn n! ing process, is claimed by Frank observance of common sense rules .jwr)J" and hIhj was so delighted fiooil shoulder ict.i n 1 hallow x Morse In the March Technical World for tho prevention of accidents. ji. tortk ilie could now nhow her lll- Back numbers of theso articles free on request to was rna'lo uf uu euri thlil.-ne- n Magazine of Chicago In describing There Is no doubt that It will pay Ki tftayniHiii'H jdcttiro u hr thidd). . of all who subscribe now. The rest of tho rocket, the Invention of Curtis C. Baldwin tho operators to promote In this tTuriitiiu alwayw talkw of "Margie" of Kansas. Last fall tills machine feet In length and 2 feot ;i. a "Jlttlo baby that can talk ami ameter, was blown to atoms. In di made a record of threshing twenty-flv- o way the welfare of their men and that there will bo substantial gain Ui' and hays- that ".Margie" I.aw walked unassisted to a nearacres of standing grain In and efficiency :erever ti:n'i grow much. The inyKtcriMUH by house to have his burns dressed. hours. A strong blast of air fromten for safetya properly a thero Is IltrW- - jiluyuuto Is not In tlio mind of trained first aid He declared he would make a Bocond revolving fan Is so directed against AND- J child. Mi largo uh hIiii Ih, bnt'she attempt as soon as another rocket tho standing grain as to force the organization. Courier Journal. jgoldwi hair and bluu eyoK. and Jvu could he constructed by tho rnovlng-Plctur- o tops against a toothed cylinder, which Ocean Liner That Can't Sink. "XUtx in Ilea run uliovo tho clouds." Interests which employed threshes off tho grain Into a trough OcXr micm that Iiit iiaruntu have an him. 'From Belfast, where the big White and elevated to another thresher, the 3fjotvI'dge of, from what Corlnnu Hay chaff being blown out and the clean SW Lino, successor to tho lost One Year Only WW "Margin" bring other Hilrlt with Is nearly completed, come dekernels fulling Into sacks as tho ixrr. Ono day C'orlnno wan playing FOR FLETCHER'S machine moves forward, pulled by tails of Important changes in plans, jja tho Jour when "Margie" upix-ar-ifour horses. Only two men are re which the builders say will make the I quired to operate It, ono to drivo and new Bhlp absolutely unslnkable. There fi. Alarglc!" blm ;xclalmed,"nho Saved Lor of Boy. No subscription can bo taken for the Herald to the other to tlo tho sacks and in I ltd Is a steel shell from forward bulk .4ixe Ihiie children you limit brought "It HPciiusd that my head to tho rear of tho turolno room old boy tho engine. bo mailed to any town or city where xvra you?" would have to lose IiIh leg, on account that paper aft nnd thero will bo sixty-tw- o Alienists Looking to Prevention. Oxrliinu then said that thn'o other or an ugly ulcer, caused by in delivered by carrier. Instead of tho 'twenty-si- x a bad Tho trend of many of tho addresscarSJllc Kirlfl had come to vIhII Imt. bruise," wrote I). F, Howard, Acjuonc, es before tho Conference on Mental ried by the Tltantic. An extra crow, 'i'nc larenu do not believe in N. U. "All remedies and doctors Hygiene in Philadelphia during tho trained for the launching and maniWr)tiuillmu In any ay, nor in any treatment lulled till w0 tr!cd 'lluc:.-len'- a week was that tho expert are look- ning of thesa boats, will bo providoiRUtt jnyslcrieH. They give little Aruica Salvo, and cured him ing more and more to ways of pre- ed. The water-tigdoors aro carriiVtjood for a few rtu h Hrange visitors lAjpj.-u-l from with one box." Curia hurim. i.nii vention of Insanity and feeble mind- - ed two decks hjgher than before, -lho clouds," and treat the 'skin eruption, pllea. 20c, at all drug odncss, not only by the prevention so that the ship would keep afloat tauiro tftl?cr as bulua a wry ordinary 00- - IgUU. d m lot improper parental mating but also even if with water. - ail American Farmers Urged to Stand i 'h 'adlcr ,mtc i jar 'I..a -- 1 , ou : ad-ra- re , is ttjjr. .,.. t.j.. iiiii . . j... i., due w arre train nd worrT- Dr, Carl A. Kciwy of the University of Pennsylvania deeclared that Industrial conditions which caused men i and women to worry about tbe aeces- -' slties of life for themsehes and chll- ' drea are as much resposstble for the increase of Insanity as alchol- urn, ute otner etc latw; sau ce. I "Vice, crime, proverty, Insanity all ' are links of a chain being forged con- -' stantly by unjust sodal and Industri- - A al conditions." Infantile Paralj sis Germ Found, f -' Dr. Simon Flexner. director of the Rockefelelr Institute, made aa an- nouacemeat at the Johns Hopkins Hoenital. Haltlmonp. on the 15th. thai ' the organism which taw the dls- eease known as Infantile parals'.J had been identified aal that It was one of the smallest germs ever found. He explained thai in the " ! COURIER - JOURNAL f a a For 1913. 1 ! You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL WEEKLY .- T i ax armnA jcU Jwite piii--,iaiu- i tA. 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Via- - nmitfcT' in (iBl7 .JS. sssastwain ,5Mr -- i, oau r .1 mm I ft I Hm M Lk H H iH H tLK 7I CELERY AS DUCK FOOD 'GOOD CARE OF DUCKS JUST WHAT HENS EAT Winter Buds and Root Stocks Fowl Cannot Eat Gummy Food Without-WastiIt Are Relished Best. ng Meat Is Usually In Form of Bugs and Worms. I 7 Plant It Wholly Submerged With Long, Leaves of Flexible, RIbbon-LIk- e Green-Flo- wers Light Translucent Are Peculiar. COMBAT POULTRY YARD FOES Vh ' I Plenty of Grit Must Be Available at Considerable Studying and ExperiAll Times, but It Must Not Be menting Necessary to Find Out Mixed With Food Green What Fowls Need and How Stuff Is Also Essential. Much They Should Have. (By A. A ration that Is all right for ducks may be all wrong for chickens, and vlco versa. For Instance: Whole grain Is not ns good for ducks as a mixture of ground grains and cooked vegeta(By KATHEItlNK ATHEKTON GIUMES.) 8ome Essential Measures Outlined by Expert Poultrymen for Control of Insect Parasites. Insect parasites nro tho cause of ti grcnt deal of nnnoynncu and loss to poultrymen. Somo essential measures aa outlined by Qcorgu M. Turpin for their control are: Havo tho poultry houses separated from all other farm buildings. Havo all tho Interior flxturcB of tho poultry houses, such na roost-polenest boxes, feed hoppers, dropping doards, etc., removed so thnt every part of tho Interior can bo readily cleaned and sprayed. Keep a good dust bath to which tho fowls may havo access at all times of the, day. Common road dust with fine ashes and powdered sulphur or limo added Is excellent. The road dust should bo gathered during dry weather for use during the winter. 8pray the coops and fixtures with a good whitewash twlco each year, adding two pounds of salt and h gallon of crude carbollo acid to every 60 galons of tho spraying mixture. Setting hens should have access to a good dust bath such as mentioned above. If lice are found later on tho chicks, rub lard In tho feathers of tho head and throat, and in bad'ensea also under tho wlngB. d one-fourt- , i ' (By W. I M'ATEE.) Tho names wild celery and canvas-bac- k duck have been closely associated In the annals of American sport. To a cortaln extent this association Is Justified, slnco tho canvas back obtains about of Its food from this plant a greater proportion than any other duck. However, tho assertion that tho flavor of tho canvasback Is superior to that of any other duck and that It depends on a diet of wild celery Is not proved, to say tho least. Tho scaups or blucbllls and tho redhead also aro very fond of wild celery, and aro fully as capable of get- ting the delicious buds as tho canvas- back. Several other ducks get moro or less of this food, tho writer finding that even tho scoters on a northern lake in fall lived almost exclusively on it for a time. All parts of tho plant are eaten by ducks but tho 'tender winter buds and root stocks are relished best. Wild celery buds can usu- one-fourt- h bles. Wholo corn may bo fed1 occasionally, but it should bo soaked for oovcral hours before feeding. Dry oats and wheat make very poor duck feed, but both aro good when cooked and mixed with corn meal or boiled potatoes and bran. It hardly pays to feed wheat to ducks unless It Is unsalable. Slnco musty thorough cooking renders grain harmless It may bo fed to ducks with good results. When cooked potatoes are used they should not be mixed with the ground grain until after the latter has been thoroughly moistened with either milk or water. If the dry meal is added to the mashed potatoes a tough, sticky mass will be the result Don't make the i Tho hen has three reasons for eating: to repair the tissues of her body, to keep herself warm, and to make eggs. It therefore follows that her diet must bo varied and plentiful. If we open the crop of a hen that has been allowed to eat just what she pleased wo will find that she has provided herself with three kinds of food grain, green stuff and meat Tho last named Is usually in tho form of bugs and worms. We must, then, furnish our hens with food of these classes. Moreover, the quantity must be about right of each. If they are not given enough, they will have to use It all for body building and heat production, and will have nothing left over to make eggs with. If we feed too much of some kinds tho surplus will go to fat, and tho hens will get too lazy to lay. It takes considerable studying and experimenting to find out just what the hens need, and how much they ought to have, but we must learn as soon as we can, or we will find our- A hio County Dr iitrnnroiiATcn UIARTFOPD. , .ivisimawiwa - 9 S 1 nis is Your uhance to Cut the Cost - S. byActingNow $1.00 SHIPMENT OF BABY CHICKS Llttle Fellows May Be Sent Long Dis tances oy txpress Without Dan-ger or Discomfort. I t - j f One of the most interesting branches of the poultry business is the shipping of baby chlckB hundreds, even thousands, of tnlleY, and yet have them arrive In good condition for further growth &nd 'development. c By direct from the Incubator when the chicks aro ono day old, advantage Is taken of that period In the lit of the chicks when naturo intended that they should be without food, and they ican therefore without Injury or discomfort be sent long distances by under any conditions of climate. Chicks when .first hatched require .Boither food or drink. Indeed, such la harmful. During the first hours the chick's life Is Ulned by the assimilation of the yolk, ior us emoryo cnKK is aeveiopea from the white of the egg, and just before hatching the yolk it drawn up Into iU system and furnishes all the food any chick should nave for the m a - fi J mirinrrm im .nrei ai oi ii. wu. ii ing this period that chicks can be hipped as far as express can take them. ship-tflnfss ty-tw- o wvN k Wild Celery. yiejSSSSJSSSBhh' a jK&.3 v !'222SbBgBEg . BMsjslsms7H? svC?&tfi?:3E-.BBSB a sbT ? J THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH MAGAZINE Cj J a jMKlSjMSMMtft .$1.00 a year aC7BBjB TBBaWli fa wl i SlIBBSSjSBSeWwfc Xvupt!3BJBJBSBkHB :C 'w ?i fiJfc ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR J $1.7(F BBBSnPVesS 'eBBBBBBBBslBSBBBBBBMBBV eBBBBBBww 'BBBBsflBsBflBBlBBBBBl THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year uj .- KEEPING RATS FROM POULTRY By Inverting Tin Bucket on Poets Supporting House Rodents May . Be Kept Away. jwriter in the Iowa Homestead. It there are many rata in your vicinity it will pay you to make it for them to enter your house. Put a poet in the ground for every corner of the house, says a poul-itr- Invert ally be obtained by the diving ducks, such aa the bluebills, redheads, cang vasback and scoters. The specie, as the mallard, black duck, "baldpate and the geese get an occasional bud, but more often they feed upon the leaves. Wild celery la a wholly submerged plant with long, flexible, ribbonlike leaves of light translucent green and of practically the same width (anyh to three-fourtwhere from" of an Inch, from root to tip. This plant may be distinguished from the eelgrass, which lives In brackish or salt water, by the fact that Its leaves grow In bundles from the root stock, while those of eelgrass arise singly and alternate oa opposite sides of the stem. The flowers of wild celery are peculiar. The staminate flowers attached at the base of the plants shed pollen, which .floats on the surface of the water and fertilizes the pistillate flower. The latter Is attached to a long slender, round stem, which contracts Into a spiral, drawing the flower under The the water after fertilization. seed pod Into which the pollenlsed flower develops is straight or curved, a little slenderer than a common lead pencil and from 3 to 6 Inches long. It contains embedded in a clear jelly, small dark seeds, In number about 60 to the Inch. No such pod Is borne by any other fresh water plant. non-divinone-fourt- BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. xVf- SI.5U H ;s2x5,r BBXHBB'BBbBSBwSSK Indian Runner Duck. feed sloppy; just moist enough to cling together without being gummy. A duck cannot eat gummy feed without wasting it Other vegetables, such as turnips, beets, rutabagas, etc., are sometimes used instead of potatoes. Pumpkins, when thoroughly cooked, make a very good basis for the mash. The seeds should always be removed. When no vegetables are to be had we use equal parts of boiled oats, corn meal, wheat bran, and middlings or second flour wlth-- a little powdered charcoal added. Some people (who ought to know better) put sand and oyster shell in their duck feed. When this Is done the ducks are often forced to consume more grit than they require. Of course ducks must have plenty of grit at all time, but it should not be mixed with the food. We place shallow boxes of grit close to the Oyster shell and coal cinders In some of the boxes, and clean, coarse sand in others. Ducks will eat grit after every meal If lt'ls within reach. They usually drink and rinse their beaks while eating, therefore water should be placed near the fed troughs. Also green food Is necessary the year round. Some sort of green stuff should be given at least once a day in winter. It cabbage Is plentiful, a little may be added to the mash each time. It should be chopped raw. As bulk Is one of the Important elements In a duck's ration, Jt la a good plan to provide an abundance of green stuff for winter use. We usually bow a patch of rye early In the fall for winter and eary spring use. If It gets a good start In the fall It will stay green all winter, It protected with a little straw or other covering. The grain of rye is unfit for poultry feed. Unless ducks are well fed in the winter they will not begin laying very early In the spring, and when they do begin their eggs will not be as large, nor as fertile as they otherwise would. There ia usually some shed or build.. Ing that can be converted Into a duck house at email expense. It the roof Is good the rest Is easy. If the weather boarding Is not sufficiently close to keep out draughts In cold weather cover the outside with tarred paper or strip with lath. A board floor is better than an earth floor, because the ducks qften stir up the ground In a very disagreeable manner where there is the least sign of moisture. In cold weather ducks should be kept In the house, because their feet are so tender that when they come In contact with the ground they suffer greatly, and hobble aloe as though their backs were broken." Provide plenty of clean bedding, and change It frequently. Straw or litter should be .kept on the, floors all the time. It bedding material Is plentiful pat Kim several Ineh,i thick. IV will help to keep the ducky comfortable, aad also keep the fleets clean, tha smlas. a double parpoaey Never pick r driag Um eeid weather, deeks hurma aeaaea. -- - I feed-trough- s. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year $1.00 a year- - fflSBBBBBBBll BSBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBi&i BSBBBBBBBBBBBBBk tL SSSSJBSSSSSSSSSB BBBBBBSuLItfBBBlBBBBBBl BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.5111 g . Oate sprouted to 'supply green food. When nene le growing In the open. The arrangement of the trays ehewe sewing at week Intervals. Then trays can be slipped out and pteeed lit the poultry house aa needed. Having made a special arrangement with the publishenv of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAjSAZINEwr will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the publications you ought to have. All three publications are well worth the regular subscription price and! we- consider ourselves fortuhate in being able tooffer them-t- yputatthis. very low combination rate. - 2' GUINEAS ARE HARD TO RAISE I poultry 1b not so profitable as It ought to be. The- - feeding question Is one Your of the most Important In the whole poultry business. ? - Experts tell ua that a hen needs about six ounces of food a day. A ? flock of ten, then, will need about s pounds a day, three and pounds a or a trifle over twenty-siweek. s by weight Of this amount should consist of grains. The grain We have 10 Registered Polled Durham Bulls from 5 to 12 months: should be a mixture of equal parts of wheat, cracked corn and oats. A few This 1b a chance to buy a good bull from "Ky'a leading herd at. a. Jewc handfuls-o- f sunflower seed, cane seed price. Will deliver to your statldn. or buckwheat should be added for vaW. R. MOORMAN : SON;. riety. They are to the hen what pie Brcckenrldge County Glen Dean, Kcntitcfcar. is to the "boy and you know what Send Order to ti HARTFORD REPUBLICANS three-fourth- x t?V99V9V99999V99WW9W9W- two-tblsd- ( Rat-Pro- A Young Birds Must Be Watched Carefully Until Past Tender Age Of Hen House. Very Wild Nature. Guinea bens are among the hardest of all birds to breed, chiefly because the young guinea is bo extremely tender. They ore also of a very wild nature, and when one of them Is lost from tho hen It may be counted as lost It is advisable to keep the young guineas shut up tor a few days after they aro hatched and feed them on bread crumbs, coarse corn meal and egg, ground occasionally a fine and mixed with the bread crumbs. After they leave the hen, it the days ore warm and bright, they are allowed to hunt bugs and worms and require little feeding. After they are feathered out they need little care, as they are able to shift for themselves until the winter cuts off their supply of hard-boiled over the top of the post an old thre'e gallon tin bucket. Set your House on (these posts and when Mr. Rat at tempts to climb a post ana go into we poultry house bo simply goes up in Ido the bucket and does not accom pllsh bis purpose -. . MANURE AS FERTIUZER v4fHEN - Has Greater Value Than Any Other Kind Used on Farm Should Be Well Taken Care Of. hai Hon manure ae a fertiliser greater value than any othor fertilli-e-r on the farm. It is generally by some poultrymen that the manure will par 'or taking caro ol food. In winter they must bare a shelter tha ipim. but this denends much on bow It is kept. The dropping boards and 'be fed the same aa other poultry, under the roosts should be kept cov- but must be kept shut in when there bud-pose- ered with some absorbent to preserve the strength of the droppings. land plaster or South Carolina rocx t mod. Never use wood ashea or lima with the noultry drooplngs. The ammonia or nitrogen would be Bet free, and part of the value or tne lost. The dropping should noi be applied on a growing crop, or covered solL Use it on corn by putting a handful on each hlll'at the time of hut hoeing. It should be kept uudei cover until used. rer-tllln- Is snow on the ground, as they will fly Into the tops of trees or on roofs of buildings, and refuse to come down-- I The nrooer war to kill a turkey in to tie IU feet together, sang ou a pole, then eat the throat ana allow to Meed freely. mmA KllUna a Turkey. 'jIti itet trim ehe Dry pica; leaving aeao on. attar water-aadth- ea skiaa fresher nlcklBK. dip in in ooldi, ThU will leek. Winter Feed for Poultry. One 'of the best and most relished winter feeds for poultry Is cabbage, says a writer In an exchange. Even though there Is an abundaice of other green "vegetable matter, I should still strive to add some cabbage to tho Hit It is true that there Is nothing quite as good tor the hens as a growing crop, such as rye, orer 'which they can range and thus combine exercise vita food getting, and every effort should he made to provide It, but often space Is too 'limited for sch crops, and dependence must be hat aUoreiher on. substitute that as e stored away. The other third should be a "mash," which 1b, a mixture of bran and other finely ground feeds, usually fed dry. Some poultrymen moisten the mash, but the majority claim that It 1b better to- feed It dry( and let the hen molsteu it in her crop by drinking what wier she wants. If fed dry there Is ib?i danger from certain kinds of disease. ' A good formula for a mash is as bushel of bran, 4 follows: One-haquarts alfalfa meal, 2 quarts each of ground oats and corn meal, 1 of charcoal, 1 pint of beef scrap, 1 tablespoonful of salt and 1 teaspoonful of pepper. This furnishes both meat and green food in about the right quantities. Where these elements are given In other ways the alfalfa meal and beef scrap may be omitted from the mash. These Ingredients should be thoroughly mixed together, and the mash kept where the bens can get It any time they want It It Is a bulky food, but not a fattening one, bo there 1b no danger of their eating too much. The bran Is one of tho best "condition powders" poultry can have. It keeps the system vigorous and healthy and famishes a large part of the ' elements. The grain food should always be thrown lato a deep little of straw or chaff, where the birds will have A "scratch for a Jiving." If yea have digging about ever watched an old-hein the,ysrd you will know that it Is as natural for her to dig as It Is to breathe. Grit aad Uase, usually given la the form of oyster sheila, are two other necessary elements. They should he A. kept beeatw the fowls all " very oeaveaJeet hopper (or feeding the mask, grit aad sbaUs may ho made like tha Bltasteatloa, the eosBpertsastit lf table-spoonf- ul g the-tim- e. that 1b. REPORT-REVEALS to prevent personation of pensoajsrB are now under consideration-- s WAR OFFICE FRAUDS Pensions Granted To Dead Veterans For Many Years. London, March 23. A strange caso of frand on the War Office Is reveal ed In the reuort of tho Comptroller and. Auditor cneral on theArray Appropriation Account for 1911-1Two penslonB granted in 18U were until for nnarlv 100 years, and no sus picion was raised until 1&08, when, "In view of tho' advanced ago or tne nenBloners." the cases were reported for special investigation, the result waB tho discovery that the pensioners had been Impersonated for many years . .The army funds, states the report, were defrauded of, about $2,29&. It Is explained that in lSlf compassionate allowance of $3i per annum, afterwards Increased to f!5 was awarded to each of the eight children of an ensign in the Eighty-sevent- h upon the production of proper forms of declaration and. receipts duly attested by the notaries public in the United States, and. It was not untlt the special inquiries were made that It was discovered that one of tho pensioners died about 1873 and the other about 1890. BteM to be taken to secure better I documentary evidence of. identity and 2. She's a wise what to do when her husbaud'as IUTd-iin danger, but- - Mrs. tt JL KisK. Bralntreo, Vt,, is of that-itm- C "Su Insisted oil1 my using Dr. Klugte3Cw Discovery," writes Mr. P si dreadful coughMvhen L was" bq Tttatia. my ulcnda all thought' J Imd csifrai short time to Hvo and it coini22fw3r curod me." A quick cura fox- roasts and colds, it's the most safe iatU reliable mcdicliie'for many tlirotJt jaati lung troubles g(lp, bronchitis xsrafl whooping i cough, quinsy, Caas&tff" hemorrhages. A trial will cos5s-- k you. CO cts. nud $1.00. Guanurtuatl va. by all drugglsa. Saved byHis Wifev womrin wlidjkmnwiaueiS: Tr - Disapproval of Tariff leglslationi tty conctltuents will result In defeat aft the next ejection, and many oC, 3Ce now members on the Democsuevcr at U feel tliat their continuance fix Congress Is desirable from a perxMstil point of View. That most Northern and many Wetfeat districts will be adversely affemwr If Democratic represeotstrriw certain. ltnow it, and realize that the will .como'at tho next eluotlsaK- reei-taH-ln- g The Reckoning Will Goarc. Philadelphia-Telegrap- h. PO? PMp "p HwJbb PoWaJ IPpbb J find 'a hotter ruedklne foreritstu and coldu than QliambrlainTh (nstfLHemedy. It not only sfjwu.niUC- It 'cures. Try It when joiiUjjws : cough or cold, and' yom h to be pleased with, the promctt it will effect. For Bare or dalers.H. ., ranse-whic- You will" look u. good while' IWeVrrr-yo- ,,,.,,. - TlMWi w-! 335tiSM iTShffftu fif3rW'Tji'rc3SftPi1, Ir M ( the country, but whether tho Stato but 10 per cent ad valorem'" continues, "On The Courier-Journof Louisiana could bo kept In tho nearly every direct and Indirect proDemocratic party with free sugar. duct of the farm, the duties have It.twd iicforiltipt to law M the The patrMaBflghTaiiionB Ken- cither been 'cut In half, or removed Hertford, Kj., a mall matter of Ue rrcond tucky Democrats Is on In earnest, entirely." la I. and the fur 'Is beginning to My. On As a return for this tho claim Is C. M. BARNETT,, J. NEY FOSTER one side Is lined up tho State or- made that tho reduction on agriculEDITORS ganization National Committeeman, ture implements and other articles, BAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER Beckham and the Lou- which the fanner Is compelled to purPUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. isville Evening Post, while Senator chase, will compensate him for h!s James Is backed by other members loss. This also remains to bo seen. to of Congress, the Courler-.Iourna- l, AAAxm all comniunlcatlone Our prediction Is that the farmers, Times and the liquor orngnlzatlon. not only of Kentucky.but of the UnitHartford Republican. -The first pitched battle is over tho ed States, will bo deprived of a home Lexington Collectorhlp where Sena- market and their products lowered NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS nt to a new tor James Is asking the appointment fibarritxr Jrlrloe th jm to a ruinous figure with no compen4drM mnt git the old ailJrrM In mnllng the if Ben Marshall and the opposition sation whatever, and shall see whnt tWJDMt. Is behind Editor Desha Breckenridge. we shall sec. CMoIltitrJ miBSO'ttpta will not l returned Mr. Marshall is the same man of cmnpan!e4 h.r pota. ulM wlil recelte no whom South Trimble once wrote that Anorjmcc comrasnlcatlon FUSION IN OHIO COUNTY. atUMiCB. he would, If appointed County ComIn Ohio county, Ky., the Demoprats missioner, be wiling to count the Republicans out, in order to win an are normally a minority party, but moixcb. 3irrr... ...... in the election of 1912 .Mr. Wilson election. polled more votes than either Mr. FRIDAY, APRIL 11. Rooscelt or .Mr. Taft, although the RAVINGS. PUERILE united vojp of Roosevelt and Taft "The Bull .Moose rid the elephant." was some hundreds In excess of that All who do not want Federal jobs "The Ohio county Bull Mooso Is of Mr. Wilson. will please step forward. still trotting along under the EleFrom the vote of 1012 It was easy phant's ear, trying to jump onto his to demonstrate that if fusion was not Heroes .were born in every sec trunk for a ride Into office." arranged the Democrats would get tion of the flood stricken district. Lost, strayed or stolen, a fine set all the county,, offices In 1013. The The roar" of the March lion was of Progressive party principles, new Republicans and Progressives have ac'heard distinctly In all parts of the and practically unused." cordingly held conferences, agreed on .country. "Is there such a thing as political a fusion ticket and adopted a platconscience, if so, how can these erst- form upon which their candidates will The new Democratic tariff, It is while Bull Moose candidates of Ohio make the race. All of this was done admitted, hits the fanner harder than county reconcile their present politiafter only' two or three weeks of neother Individual. Any cal affiliations, with their protesta- gotiations and without the aid or Imagine James Russell Lowell or tions of only a few months ago." consent of any nation upon the earth. a Ben FranUlin spending $100,000 "It 'Is said that the new five cent The most instructs e part of the year as an ambassador. piece has been dubbed the Bull Moose proceedings In Ohio county, hownickel. On being asked why It was ever, is not the fusion that has 'been Meanwhile Is the cause of woman old line Republican arranged, or the candidates, but the while the feet of called that, an suffrageto falter replied, that a half dozen of them declaration of principles upon which Gen. Rosalie Jones are in dry dock? looked about like thirty cents." the two parties have, been brought to"We suppose we have about the gether. Sometimes it looks like Dr. Fried-- 1 This platform would occupy tnann had encountered a brand of same excuse ror not printing tne a column or more in this paper, and, recently medical ethics resembling the "third platform, while most of It Is excellent, only a degree." adopted by a little bunch of fellows few sections need attention. i a In Hartford, that Editor Barnett had ""Almost every farm product is for refusing to print Mr. John Henry There is at the beginning a declaraup-to-da- te tion In favor of the inltatve, referenfcrought Into foreign competition Thomas' defense of Republican prin- dum and recall. We suppose this was Democratic tariff acl, .new ciples, last fall. Moose Barnett can put In to please the Progressives. Bow before 'Congress. probably explain." There Is not the remotest probability "In it's opposition to fusion, the of any of these devices being adopt Ohio county Republicans and Progressives seem to be able to manage Herald has simply voiced tho unani- ed in Kentucky In the near future. their own affairs, without either mous opinion of the various' Demo- ,A11 the rest pf the platform Ik timecratic candidates for "pie" In Ohio ly. The Ohio county funlonlBts deInside or outside assistance. county.". mand the abolution bt the obsolete way to appreciate changAnother "We did support Jim Pendleton ing political conditions in our country Miller and other members of the pop- Fiscal Court form Of county governdther local reforms of li to reflect that only a few years I ulist party, on a Democratic fusion ment and forfusion candidate for the value. Tub Ago Senator Tillman was regarded as ticket for county offices in Ohio coun Legislature is instructed, If elected, a radical. ty some years ago, but we hope the to introduce a law inside the State Meats, potatoes, milk, cream and people have forgotten it." of Kentucky, to amend the direct on go on the free list. While eggs "Anyhow, we don't have to be con- primary act so as to" get rid of its LfJll are reduced from, 5 cents to 2 cents sistent, and we don't care much for vicious measures, to repeal 'the odi""so the 'rooster ous registration act, and' tot create a a dozen, and fresh vegetables go from the platform, just 25 per cent to 13 per cent. Farmers heads the ticket." acOon"oflhe General Primary, SatAnnouncements. FOR ASSESSOR. State Public Utility Commission. The Herald once bolted a candidate urday, August 2, 1913. remember this. We are authorized to announce TOM passage of. the act creating The Clerk of .the Court of Appeals, CO.V, of Rosine, as a candidate for FOR REPRESENTATIVE. The Ohio county coal Industry will out that was before the present man- Confederate pensions Is condemned FOR SHERIFF. the Republican nomination for tho of-- ( Wo are authorized to announce N. be greatly Injured, It not destroyed agement got hold of the paper. We for tho reason that no money was We are authorized to announce S fice of Assessor of Ohio County, sub- voted to carry out Its a provisions B. WHITE,, of Olaton precinct, as tinder the new Democratic tariff law. would not .bolt a Democratic nominee, as a candidate for Prlmnrv Rl.tlnn. the executive for the It places coal on the free list, and If he voted for a nigger or stole a and for not takingofficers are censur- a candidate member Republican nomi- A. RRATCHER nomination for Sher Ject to tho General 1913. Saturday August 2, ed of the House of the Republican action either to nation for wages, if It jrill reduce the miners horse." provide money to pay those pensions Representatives from Ohio county, iff of Ohio county, subject to the goes into effect. "Oh, lord, Is there no help for the or to secure the repeal of the act. We are authorized to announce subject to the General Primary Elec-- , General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. Why are The President and all widow's son on this question of fuDILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct, It Is not denied that certain good tlon, Sat. August 2, 1913. United States Judges relieved from sion between the Republicans and things have been done by the presa candidate for tho Republican nomiparylng Income tax undeer the new Progressives In Ohio county." The ent State administration, We arc authorized to announce S. nation for Assessor of Ohio county. but the 'We are authorized to announce W. Democratic tariff law, and why are Hartford Herald. Ohio county fuslonlsts end their re- M. Flencr, of Beaver Dam, Ky., as O. KEOWN as a candidate for the General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. all state, city and county officers view of condltons in Kentucky witn a candidate for the office of member Republican nomination for the THE PROPOSED TARIFF LAW. the following comment: of Sheriff of Ohio county, sublikewise excused? of the House of Representatives We arc authorized to announce G. The new Democratic Tariff Law "We condemn the unanimous ten- from Ohio county, subject to the Gen- ject to the General Primary Elec"" Last year the Canadians defeatWILL BROWN, route 1, Hartfords a upon which the House Ways and dency of the State officials, from the eral Primary Election, Sat. August tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. scheme. ed Mr. Taft's reciprocity candidate for the Republican nomlna- Committee or the majority Governor down, to play politics by 2, 1913. . , They were, wiser than they know. Mean We are authorized to announce S. tlon for tho office of Assessor of Ohio working looking ahead for some other job, Now under tho Democratic tariff members, thereof have been E. BENNETT a candidate for the county, subject to tho General Elec- law they will get the "reel-- " wlth-P- many eeks, was presented in Con- instead of looking after the vital inFOR COUNTY JUDGE. Domocratlc nomination for Sheriff tlon; Saturday Aug., 2, 1913, gress Monday by Chairman Under- terests of tho people of the State, having to give any We are authorized to announce of Ohio county, subject to tho Gen wood. It Is a straddle as far as Free whom they are sworn to serve. ESQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold votWe are authorized to announce L. The Ohio county Progressive or Trade and Protection Is concerned. In this criticism many Democrats ing precinct, a candidate for tho "Re- oral Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. B. LONEY as a candidate for tho. who desires to take an It places many articles upon the free will join. Republican But this feature usually publican nomination for Judge of I Republican nomination for the Owensboro paper should, If possible, list, principally farm pi'oducts, which characterizes political life In FrankCounty Court. General Primary SCHOOL SUl'KRiNTKNDF.M'. of Asessor of Ohio county, subsubscribe for one which does not have been given protection by the Re- fort ,it matters lttle wlich party Is Ohio Election Sat. August 2. 1913. We aro authorized to announce ject to tho General Primary Elec 60 out of the way of ordinary rules publicans and materially reduces the dominant. The fact of Importance In HENRY LEACH as ii candidate for tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. In politics to offer him gratuitous in- tariff upon manufactured articles. this movement is that tho ProgresWe are authorized to announce M. thn rtmiHlilliwn timiiltMitlnn for Conn. Courier-Journsults. says sives of Ohio county pay no attenTho Louisville as .a candidate for ty School Superintendent L. HEAVRIN of Ohio I FOR CORONER. One year ago President Wilson It Is neither free trade nor protection, tion whatever to tho dally Instruc- County Judge of Ohio county, sub- county. General Primary Election English newspapers hail It tions from Louisville, conveyed by We are authorized to announce ljf. was only an ordinary office seeker. while ject to the General Primary Elec- Sat. August 2, 1913. A. B HU.Ui as a candludato for tho Now he is so far removed from that with delight, announcing that it will the Herald from the local "Progres- tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. office of Coroner, of Ohio County sub. class of disgraceful beings that he Increase British trade and give more sive Club." Evening Post.. Wo aro authorized to announce ect to th(J acton of th(J RollubUcan cannot look upon the dirty creatures. work for English workingmen. The We aro authorized to announce L. JOHN W. ODBLL, of West Fords- party at tho Qcnera, Pr, Greatest of Public Questions. A t How time and conditions do change narrow margin of only six in the Ky., VIIIU I'lVVlllL, till II1U IIUIJUMIIUUII O 1013 Hartford, B. T1CHENOR of Senate renders It uncertain as to y question The Tariff Is tho things. whether or not It can pass through greatest public question In America. route 5, as a candidate for. the Demo- nomination lor tno onico or superinIt is not the price the farmer is that body unscathed. While tho tre- It Is the one great queston that ef- cratic nomination for the office of tendent of Schools of Ohio county, County Judge of Ohio county, sub- subject to tho General Primary Elecbeing paid for food stuff which needs mendous majority In the House al- fects all tho people. We have tried attention, It Is the" fellow who stands most assures it's passage by that the Tariff for revenue only, and tha ject to the action of tho General tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. between tho 'farmer and tho con- body as reported. The sugar Sena- landed us on the rock of failure, FOR JAILER. sumer. Tho Democratic Idea is to tors and wool Senators aro disposed whlio the Tariff Protection policy, Wo aro authorized to announce J. ! .kill the farmer, by compelling him to kick over the traces and may force has been, and is COUNTY ATTORNEY. FOR the great 4o compete with all the world. concessions in the Senate. While incentive for the prosperity enjoyed! We are authorized to announce C. W. DUVALL, of Select voting precinct ,a8 a candidate for the ReOhio county Republicans and Pro- farm products are almost all placed by tho people. If the Democrats will E. SMITH a candidate for the Repub publican nomination for tho office of upon tho free list or reduced at least to put on to tho country lican 'nomination for County Attorney gressives are supporting the union the ideas h vp "flPirii' "fflfit Jailer of Ohio county. Genera! PriSO jlan and announcing for office on by per cent It Is, of course, claimed for revenue only, and disaster 'follows of Ohio county. General Primary mary Election Sat. August 2, 19)3 the Democrats, as was claimed as It probably will, for there Is no Election, Sat. August 2. 1913. that ticket just as though the Hart-.lor- d Herald and Owensboro "Ex- - for the Canadian Reciprocity Bill, reason to believe that It will. forsake We aro authorized to announce W. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. ijulrer" had not denounced the scheme that it will not hurt the farmers, Its way of doing things of 'the past, P. M1DKIFF as a candidato for the but Is intended to lower the price of then the Democratic National Supremacy Wo aro authorized to announce C. M a wicked and unfair means of living. Republican nomination for Jailer ot Just how these two statements will naturally take a tumbling, O. HUNTER, of Hartford.as a candi- Ohio county. setting pie. General Primary Eleccan be made to harmonize remains to as In tho days of 1803 to 'pG, Tariff date for the Republican nomination tion Sat. August 2, 1913. says ror revenue only and, 'Freo-TraWhat kind of a boss would the be seen. The Courier-JournCounty Court Clerk artf for the office of Democrats huvovcalleit Roosevelt or fjhat on one of the principal sources beautiful things to talk' about, but of Ohio County. General Primary We aro authorized to announce C Taft If either of them had gone to of revenue to tho farmer and one dangerous to put in operation, vuch Election, August 2, 1913. P. TURNER of Hartford. Ky., as a which has helped to tide him over, have been their record in the past, the halls of Congress to delivCattle raised on my feed are seldom er his messago and gone back In Kentucky at least, the horse and and such necessarily they will be if Wo are authorized to announce candidate for tho Democratic nomination for the office of Jailer ot sick. They thrlvo and grow fat. I to tell tho Senate Finance mule schedule, "the rates on horses invoked in the future. Cedar Rapids CLAUDE BLANKENSH1P, next day of Beaver Ohio county, subject to the action handle no inferior stuff. My stock inCommittee what be wanted done on has been cut practically half In half. Optlmus. Dam, Ky., candidate for tho Repub,of tho General Primary, Saturday, cludes best varjties of'graln and feed, , Under tho Payne Law, horses and the tariff bill? lican nomination for County Court AUgUBl 2, JiHJ, and 1 ran supply all yourwantpfn 'mules valued at $160 per head, or When wo say Selling Odt, we Clerk of Ohio county. General Prij that, line at the very Let's see, how many trips did Dem-,iL.pay a l(utj of $30 ,)er nead( an(J mean that we are going 'away in mary lowest prtu'.'l Eject I jn Sat. August 2, 1913. pcratlc members of tho Ways and those valued ut over 1C0 per head, tho next sixty days, and before wo Wo. aro authorized to announce enjoy a reputation for reliability, and i -- t Means Committee have to mako to pay 25 per cent ad valorem. Under ,gd we are going to sell every dol JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hurtford, Ky ondeavor to llvo up to it. they knew the Underwood We are authorized to announce LOt as a candidate for the Democratic lar's worth of, goods In this istore. the White House before Bill, If they are valSMITH; f.t Hartford, Route 6, as Our Selling Out prices are so nomination .for the office of Jailer whether to protect sugar or place ued at $200 or less, they pay only that we aro confident there will 'low candidate for the Democratic nomi- a of Ohio county, subject upperJt on the free list? Then the 'not. to the action The Produce Merchant most queitlon was not whether free 115 per head, and If they are valued be a dollar's worth of merchandise nation for the office of County Court of the General Primary. Saturday Clerk oi Ohio county, subject to the August 2, 1913. pr projected sugar would bo lest for , at more than S200;per head, they pay1 left. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY" Hartford Republican. STYLISH COSTUMES of piece goods contains every new fabric of the season. ! FOR THE LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN Can always be procured at this store. Our stock jr rrx.ruo: Silks in Taffeta, Messalines, Brocades, Crepes and Tub Silks. WOOLENS in every desirable material and color. COTTON PIECE GOODS in such a variety that limit- ed space prevents their notation. AN ASSORTMENT OF TRIMMINGS from which a satisfactory selection can be made to complete any Costume. Competent Sale Ladies Moose-Elepha- nt rz to wait on you who know their business and take great pleasure in assisting you to decide on the style best suited to your own individuality. It is not our purpose to sell you with the least possible service. We mean to give you the best service, -- merchandise, honest business methods at the least possible cost. ' E. P. Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KY. y i of-fi- co ,i -- of-fl- co , al if Raised on It y, al de 88 r T&CaM.mUMwMi: f W. E. ELLIS g.Y.TrTf",T: "TTiI"i'iMiifITi tK trph I i .ONTOURAFIERNCDN f KbrrecT Whatever way it ij jpent you will enjoy it fully ifjpur feet are dfewttj well 'fitting neat looking in a pair 01 Shape Oxfords Old Time Ife&zir ' x jfe 4"-- (Made exclusively ifbr Men) COME IN AND LOOK OVER THE NEW .SUMMED 6TY1E5. WU NEEPANElV HR UUN1 IUU ? j ' m (A m a o- Mt u The Board of Trustees of Hartford people of the county service such I .. ts White Graded Common School Dis- ua van come uniy. ironi one wiui wiuc trict No. 1 will, at It's regular meet- experience. Will pay top price for good butcher FRIDAY, Al'UIL- 11. ing on Monday, April 14, 1913 select cattle. Let mc know. Probably the most. enjoyable dance teachers for the ensuing scholastic R. E. BALDWIN, year. All applications to teach In of the season was held at Dr. Bean's Beaver Dam, Ky. rink Wednesday eenlng. Ohly a M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table 31t7 said school should be addressed to small and select crowd was present If you have something for sale, adSec'y., W. H. BARNES, at Hartford, Ky. which made the affair more enjoyvertise It In The Republican, Hart- 3712 Hartford, Ky. able. Those present were: Misses L. & N. time card effective Monday ford. Rates are low, and, gladly furMr. T. H. Benton, r:urt engineer Lorraine Sullenger, Alma Riley, Mary Aug. 21st. 34tf nished upon application. for Olio county, was '.1 Louisville Spalding, Mable Jasper, Mattle Duke, No. 112 North Hound due 7:19 a. m. The Louisville Wrekly Herald and this week attending the meeting of dally except Sunday. The Hartford Republican, one year the county road engineers of Ken- Louise Philips, Ruth Spalding, Flora Riley, Eleanor Petty; Messrs. Will No. 114 North Hound duo 1:15 p. in. each, for $1.33. Send all orders to tucky. They listened to addresses Riley, E. G. Barrass, Nathan Rosendally except Sunday. 32tf Tho Republican, Hartford, Ky. and .discussions of tho various prob- - blatt, Louis Riley, John Taylor, Good-de- ll No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. in. The Special Louisville 11 oral d offer 16ms connected with highway ImWooten, Lum Iglehart, Hoyt dally except Sunday. will not last very long, so send In provement, and should be better eq- Taylor and Allison Barnett. Mr. No. 113 South Hound due IMC p. in. your order to this office as quickly uipped for their duties when they Henry Nail managed the affair. dally except Sunday. possible. 32tf. return to their homes. as I II. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Mr. John W. Odell, of West FordsMr. Ellis Mitchell. oT Dundee; We this week announce Mr. S. E. vllle precinct, this week announces Postmaster Jtohn II, Thomas, Narthe his candidacy for the Republican rows, and Mr. W. M. Flener. of Hea Bennett as a candidate for Who wants the bicycle? nomination for Sheriff of nomination for County School Superder Dam, were among our callers Ohio county, subject to the General ' Who wants the Shetland Pony? intendent, subject to the General PiT yesterday. Primary Election, Saturday, August Mr. Onltp a number of crown nconle 2. Mr. Bennett was born and raised mary Election August 2, 1013. opportunity Rosenblatt's Your Odell is a prosperous farmer and' Boiling Out. 'of Hartford have taken tho mumps on the farm In Beda precinct and has school teacher and Is now engaged Help some girl or boy win the fine within tho past few days, among been identified with that callng all in these professions. He has taught them being Mr. R. T. Collins and his life. He Is thoroughly competent Shetland Pony and outfit. school for the post 18 years, averag for the position and Is deservedly ing a school each year, and Is com Rev. Ell Wesley, route 3, was a Mr. C. O. Hunter. Master Larkln Griffin, city, is a popular with, all who know him. caller at this office Wednesday. petent for the office which he seeks. new contestant to this week enter Plenty of those good homc-niad- e Mr. L. B. Loney, of MeHenry, this He was born and reared and always The Republican's big Shetland Pony lived in tills county and has many hog Jowls at W. H. Moore & Son's. contest. He Is a fine little hustler week enters the list of announced friends. I have Hay for sale. candidates for Assessor of Ohio coun and will be a Uvo worker. R. B. MARTIN, Hartford, Ky. 33tf ty seeking the Republican nomina- - Mr N. B. White, of Olaton, is the Mrs. J. N. Jarnagin, Mrs. Latnie tion through the General Frlmary first to announce his candidacy for Mrs. Mollle Talor, city, was a Oldham and Mrs. J. R. Williams of pleasant caller at this office ester-da- Beaver Dam. were nleasant callers Election. Mr. Loney has been a dep- the Republican nomination for Reputy assessor under several administrations, resentative. Mr. White is a promiat The Republican office Friday, and always filling the deputy nent farmer, but formerly taught Mrs. Hooker Wllliatds, who has Inspected our printing department. position In a hghly satisfactory man12 years and is thoroughbeen quite sick, Is not getting along Engraved or printed calling and ner. He would make a splendid asses- school for ly competent for the position he asks. very well. business cards can be had upon short sor and will have a strong following His section of the county has bad r. W. E. Ellis,, the produce nicr; notice by giving your order to The throughout the county. . nly two county officials In 30 years, chant, was in Centertown jesterday Republican, Hartford, Ky. Prices and were Mr. F. L. Felix, Commls- Mr. W. M. Flener, of Beaver Dam, on business. 32tf samples gladly furnished. and Mr. iloner of Schools,, 1882-8- 6 Is this week announced as a candidate; Attorney B. !. Woodward was In Sale bills, stock bills or any kind MrJ r-- Midklff, Jailer, In 1905. for Representative from Ohio coun-- T Hopkinsvllle and Owensboro this of hand bills, of any description, White will make a strong claim for week on business. printed on short notice at The Re- ty on the Republican ticket. Mr. recognition for his section by his J iir. A. M. SuilthTcashier of the publican, office, Hartfprd, Ky. Prices Fleher Is one of the best known men nomination on the ticket. untf. of the county, having served an Deposit Dank, transacted bus- are right quality is first class. expired term as Jailer some years The annual inspection of Company iness In Hartford Tuesday. The Ohio County Fiscal Court ago, and his residence at Hartford H, the military organization located Prof. W. R. Hedrlck, who has been adjourned Saturday morning after brought him in contact with men In Hartford, was held here Tuesday alck with tho mumps, was able to re- having been In session since' the from all over the county. He has night at 8- - o'clock. Capt. DeWeese, Tuesday before, and transacted a been a successful farmer all of his turn to school work Wednesday. of Louisville; the commander of the barrel of large amount of business for the life, and Is a man of sterling integ- company, and Lieut. Shown were In cd another Just receh county. Jumbo Pickles. rity and would well represenj this charge of the. company, and at the SON. Among our callers Friday were: county. W. H. MOORE conclusion of the' Inspection, Colohel Renfrow, Narrows; Henry, of Hopkinsvllle, deA carload of Oats and Corn just Messrs. J. B. A. Jouett We th(s"week announce Mr. S. Berry Loney, MeHenry; Prof. I. S. W. E. ELLIS, parted from his usual custom and arrived. ' Produce Man. Mason, Fordsvlllo; Attorney Otto C Bratchcr a candidate for the .Repubmade an elegant and appreciated 35t4. and II. F. Lowe, city, and lican nomination for Sheriff of Ohio talk to the members and compliquit business. Al- Martin Selling out to county. Mr. Bratcher is a successful Esq. J. II. Miles, Paradise. Ky. mented tho company for their good most giving goods away. pastor of tho farmer and has filled tho position showing and flno military work In Rev. W. E. Savllle, ROSENBLATT'S. of deputy sheriff several years. He Hartford Methodst Church, preached the past. It appears that our comCopies of Tho Republican . will be Sunday made the race for nomination four pany has always maintained a splentwo excellent sermons here ago, but was unsuccessful. He aent to all contestants in tb Pony to largo congregations. The song years work, during the given the nomi- did record and It's Contest. was enjoyed now asks that he be night rider troubles has many times service by tho choir nation, and will undoubtedly be a Tho prises given in The Republi- greatly at both services. favorably. strong factor in the race and if been spoken of can's contest are well worth work1 Farm and Ranch, Holland's Maga- nominated will carry the party to ing for. Notice. zine and Tho Republican all one year victory in November. He is comFixtures and lease for sale. 'Sell- each for fl.75, thus saving you $1.25. petent for the position. In order to reduce my stock, will ing out to uult business. Will bo sent to ono address or threo sell Bran- - and Shlpstuff pure wheat By oversight we failed last week product for cash only, until Aprlf ROSENBLATT'S. addresses, as you desire. Send all surely be orders to Tho Republican, Hartford, to mention tho announcement of 20, 1913, as follows: The hardest worker will 32tf County School Supt. Henry Leach for By the ton $28.50 rewarded handsomely in our Pony Ky. Republican nomination to that By the 5001b. lots $30.00 Contest. We aro in receipt of a letter from the ac$31.00 Less than 5001b. lots Wo the circulation tho position, which he has filed so department of Selling out to quit business. counW. E. ELLIS, that ceptably to the people of Ohio DurAre going away, but tho goods must Louisville Herald announcing ty for more than threo years. Produce Merchant, ROSENBLATT'S. they will continue for a short time go first. ing Mr. Leach's tenure of office a 39t2 Hartford, Ky. county their special clubbing rate with Tho Any ctrl or boy in Ohio buildprlco Is now large number of new school special not over 16 years old may become a Republican. Tho ings have been erectel and others Sheriffs Sale. $2.75, or a saving of COc from tho candidate In our Pony Contest. placed In good condition through repapers. By virtue of an execution Issued bargain. regular prlco for the two pairs, while, the cause of educaton Farm For Sale A great Mrs. Barnhlll, wife of Dr. J. E. has been otherwise materially ad- from the Daviess Circuit Court In For particulars write C. T. Fowler, favor of T. A. Pedley, receiver of 3Clt. Barnhlll, of Fordsvllle, died Thurs- vanced along other lines. Ky Route j. , Elizabothtown, the Owensboro Savings Bank and day morning of complication of dls, By a little work the Shetland The committee' of the local lodge Trust Company, vs. H. A. Williams. cases. Burial will take place at Habit, Pony, harness and buggy will belong tnrinv. Resides her husband. Mrs. of Knights of Pythias for the Home Tor one of my deputies will on Monreportto some Ohio county girl or hoy. day, May 5, 1913, between the hours Barnhlll left a littlo son, Master: Coming and Roll Call night Ml Nora Wedding left Tuesday JJames, about six years old, and ed at the meeting of that lodge last of 10 a. m. and 3, p. in. at the Court for Livermoro, where she will visit scores of friends to mourn ner ae- - Tuesday night, and tho meeting will House Door In Hartford, Kentucky, ' 'Dr. T. D. Renfrow and family for be held on Tuesday night, April 29, offer for sale the following real es' jparturo. exva few days. tate situated In Ohio County Ken been tat which tlnio all members are Dr. J. B. Tappan, who has for tho suffering with tho muinns. resumed pected to be present, and those who tucky to satisfy the above execution, .Mr. John Odell, candidate Republican nomination for school Ills work at his Jowelry store the are prevented from coming are ask- amounting to $349.20 with Interest at Superintendent, was a caller at this ,flrst of this week, but suffered a re-- ! ed to sdud to Mr. T. R. Barnard. the rate of C per cent from April 10, Chairman, of tho committee, Hart- 19Q5, and also tho further sum of ., office Wednesday lapse and has been confined to his A ford, Ky., a word of greeting. $9:45 adjudged as costs. Mr. RameyE. Duke, of The Ro- room since. Ho hopes to bo out In program has been arranged by tho " First Beginning at a stone In S. the J. E. a few days, however. During his abpublican, has moved from , committee and refreshments will be J. Baker's line Black Oak Sapling to Ernost Woodward's sence from his store bla father Is Bean residence served. marked aa a pointer. Thence North . In charge. property on Clay streot. Thero is another entry in tho 36, East 57 poles to at stone in 11. B. wife have of this issue In another column Mr. Will Gillespie and of race for the Republican nomina- Taylor's surey, small post, oak, 8 . moved Into the Twcddoll property on 'will be found tho announcement vacated by Mr. S. O. Keown, of Beaver Dam, tion for County Judge this week in feet from stone marked as a pointer. Union street, which was line Mr, Thence with said Taylor's as a candidate for tho Republican person of Hon. M. L. Heuvrln. Mr. Will Hlmea and family. is known "by almost every South 0, West 61 poles to a stonu of Ohio coun- - Hcavj-iSheriff Mr. Garfield Barnard, tho popular nomination for Chestnut and Hickory marked as a Is at present a deputy person in Ohio, county, having prac. section foreman for the' L. and N. 'ty. Mr. Koown succeessfully filled ticed law at Hartford for many years pointer containing 23 acres. at Kronos, Ky., has been transferred I shrlff and has several years. He and served! ono Jcrm as County AtSecond Also a tract of 10 acres that position for to Bronian, Muhlenberg county, Ky. torney, He Is known for bis splendid more or less In the same count and sale. is a popular and efficient official bounded as follows: Begin- Indian "Runner DuckEggs for state 'and will make a strong candidate In executive and business qualifications! Ing .and.stono In 13 eggs for CO cents. at a tho cromweu, ana November should and It elected will reflect great the primary and in MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, and give to the Hardlnsburg road, a white oak one credit upon himself receive tho nomination. R. 3, Beaver Dam Ky. be Your opportunity Soiling Out. Rosenblatt's 1 Dem-ocratc y. Hartford Republican. 'o tract. Thcnco South 8 East 25 August poles to n stone, white oak and black His fatr oak marked as pointer. Thence West ycars oh 54 poles to a stono In the center of children tho Cromwell and Hardlnsburg road, Union and with tho same North 12, East Joined 37 poles to tho beginning, containing 10 acres, moro or less, nnd served at being the same two tracts of land til ho dlt' conveyed to S. J. Baker by W. A. pcrlenco t.:nr:nn jj 1 l Ridden and J. P. Flelden, his wife, his mothe. M on the 10th day of October, 1892, by 'end. Ho Jced of record In tho Ohio County ' andcr Ban. Court Clerk office in deed book No ford, where 13, page 331, and the same tract af' that have g tcrward on the day of went to Un sold and conveyed by tho said S. J. pastor five ye iBaker and wife to the defendant, H. J. Barnett A Williams, but no record of said of twenty-twJeed of conveyance can be found In only unmarried TO tho Ohio County Court Clerk office. Ho was quiet Third Also a certain tract of land In demeanor, aid lilnc on tho head waters of McfJrailv nee Indlcatml that ereek In Ohio county, Kentucky, and ordinary common sifjcr Pa ngr WfiPfl bounded as follows: Beginning at a that he was the agei. black oak In Peach's line; thcnco and Ohio Railroad. '""Pffcnf South 39 East 2C poles to a stone, on that ho had the confidence o. thence Soufoh 75 East 20 poles to railroad management and thxt e' a black oak. Thence South 72 was very popular with the pwp-K-- of East 30 poles to a Chestnut and Gum tho towm Wo were together timer on a branch. Thence down said years, and to us and to that charge' branch with its meanders to Adam they were pleasant and pron line North 38, West 32 poles to a Ho sometimes got a Schroader's line, thence with said from the office to prayer mecGv. line North 38, West 32 poles to a not often to Sunday school; but black oak on Sugar Grove branch, he could bo at service, he was UEmecc 4. thence up said branch with Its me-- a,ifd we felt better because lie anders to a poplar and beech Chap- -. there. During the last year of ezo and Clements corner thence with pastorate ho was- - afflicted a ton er this line North 5C West 94 poles to time, suffered Intensely, and ao a post oak, Peach's corner, thence underwent a severe surgical opcau-Sou- th 8 East CI poles toa hlck-'tloHis friends almost gave; ory and red oak, thence South 53, ' up to die; however, h recovero aw. West 60 poles to the beginning, con- - as to be out and go where he- - pfes-tainln- g 130 acres, less the amount of ed, but ho was never well asjs- sald land gained in the Ohio CIrcu' He was a very devout man constesflL-sailand gained in the Ohio Circuit prudent, and of unquestioned; fates-Co- urt by G. W. Clements, supposed rlty. His Christian faith was? td be about 20 acres, and .being the simple as the gospel Itself, and i same tract of 'land conveyed by Mat- - iPath "as the dawning of the mow -tfhias Miller and others to said S. J. ing that shineth more and more 3 Baker on the 21st day of January. the perfect day." I shall cher 1892, deed of record in the Ohio memory and that of the happy ar. County Court Clerk's office in Deed we had together in social and spEct-u- al book No. 13, page 354, and the same communion. The world Is. bete r day of tract of land on the becaused he lived in It. , sold and conveyed by said S. J. Baker W. C. 8ELLARS. and wife to said H. A. Williams, In Midland Methodist, NasuriHe. but no record of said deed can be Tenn., Feb. 20, 1913. found In the Ohio County Court NetiCC. Clerk's office to said Williams, and Have Just received! a carlda- ?levied on as the property of sad H. Jones' Brand of Fertilizer, A. Williams to satisfy above debts.' sell on easy terms by. giving: W. . ellis; This April 11, 1913. , - ote. Produce MeromvsC 39t3. H.' BLACK, S. C, T. 11- -2 pole West of same marked as a pointer. Thence South 74, East 43 poles to a post oak corner to J. P. Nelson's m o, 1 Pr v .. No. 40 iCTyPPLY M PEN h 4, 4, 'Si 2, wt . y .! 2, n. d-j- H a ?9t2 Hartford, H -ir- n-m,.,... m- - "- - M. MfcSeSjm u DRORS'ft ,viiii-?- inBi mmwmizimmmmfiMi 1,1 . ' . 0,"VE THAT TV-EBI- C DROPS COME III 5 IN OUR PRICES WHEN U mSlW WEFIJ-STMARKOU- Shoes 15 i ' ouft Motto QUICK SAhLS fc AND SM ALU PROFIT." WEDONTWWTOUR. GOODS ON OUfc SHELVES vMiJtg VAST,.WE.. LooK hEAJv TO MAKE OUR SHOE J MOVE NOT ONLY BUY THOSE WHICH I FIT SNUG, FEEL COMFORTABLY ANWEAR, WELL, BUT WE ALJo PUT THE: PRICES .RIGHT DOWN LOW. WE CARRY', EXCLUBlRAND-MANY LEADING SIVELY, JHOEJ, AND WE, OURSELVE-S',- , STAND BEHIND EVERY PAIR WE SELL'.. WE MAKE ' GOOD ON EVERYTHING .WE. SELL. BEfitt-DOIN- G BUSINESS WITH JS AND YOU WILL or BE OUR CUSTOMER ALWAYS.. CARSON 6. INCORPORATED. Ca Hartford,. Kentucky. 3414, ft - '. , .) tt CH atcuu rtmiinaflaWAnttm;t!ftm SwR5fiw5IX.K Hartford Republish IRC, ' BrUorJ. Kj.. ' Vew 12. 18 Ratrd iifcorJltiK to m ntter J. J. . tw at . M. BARNETX. E. DUKE, AND C. th nm, beSt M(anncr ucstion of NEY I AddrcM- ol "u Arthur editorb PUBLI8HERB 1 RAMEY NEY ic leglsla- pnOPniEHlonni Oil 5 nen" who, following alt commualc Is mutton, Hartford Republican. 7,r,e-i"tt- ,t M , Will Close r, Before.... V JUNE T 1st. : : WP 1 NOTICE TO ou even Cllt off Sberib drririnK tn i drin.nnBlTetl.eoUlB(lllt the ' nquMt. Is tiniollcltrd mana'fripti ' by ? 'd Ml.Mncconiimut.-c" . AnoryiDons commnnlO""" ";les, Is supposedly t u ntUMloo e Offering Merchandise at Prices That 11 M, Democratic party. ' folly and wrong of PRIHlie Tariff on wool as fr. ..courage and check the raising n . TF Amprlcnn sheen bv American far- - rl e in wool, mere. That any material reduction of the exist- JU AUliU uji miji, huuiu nav fciiu fect of declmatlne American flocks ne' there is no manner of doubt. Neither o Free-Trad( I ovli. Biv..rns k, In the very best H Uie Democratic a 4"MM mT. I vjllll jr I fl MSX . Civ f f III MB X74--t mmm 1111 a.aa m 5 AA f-- .. mM(t7 p f 1X m A -W (EDS OF PEOPLE Are A W i II I wsai' j In Tills - currently with the decrease of our sheep supply must como a marked ad- CJ vanco in the market price of mutton, which Is now one of our cheapest and! fain wh beat of animal foods. The journal writer submits whether a cr cheaper wool and dearer mutton will durl advantage American consumers. Em- - sixt ihatlcaally no, is his conclusion. The gelli Tariff on the wool entering Into a a tl' suit of clothes Is a very small thing bo small that hte saving would bo b' sure to be absorbed entirely between Mk the maker of the cloth and the mr er Of the clothes, put Protects tlio wool on 50,i ip a very big thing. makes sheep raising pro'j eral million ' farmer compels those farnv gjuid. take up some? l.n l. .. n..AAlnn !. Ann. i 1 ll LI of Great : fO n Building Has Been Sold and We iVlust Give Possession of Building June 1. RESERVED. EVERYTHING MUST GO. f ! ilING iROSENBLATTS 1ELP ME WIN A PONY IS THE BATTLE CRY BEGINNING TO GET BUSY. RUBY NEAL FAUGHT Centertown. DAVID SMITH, .McHenry. VICTOR OLLER, Fordsville. GAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. RAYMOND FELIX. Hartford. I CANDIDATES IN THE PONY AND OUTFIT CONTEST RUSSELL EARP, Roslne. BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. OSCAR BENXETT, Hartford. ELLIS KING, Hartford. KARL HOOVER, Hartford. MYRTIE ASHLEY, R. 4, Hartford. LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartford. u Many Instances Their Friends Help Them When They Are Asked. imc'reek April 2. Misses Edna Black and Bulah Rhoads visitud Mls3 Geneva Shown last Saturday and Sunday. who ha3 Miss Thelma Bennett, been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. G. Ward returned home yesterday. Mr. Ertin King and wife visited Mr. Walter Parks and family Saturday night. Misses Beatrice and Nellie Wal lace . visited Misses Mabel and , Co- rinno Ward Sunday. Mr. W. G. Ward and family spent last Tuesday with Mr. Will Delaney and family- Mrs. Bertie Rial and daughter, Dena, visited Mrs. Pallce Webb Monday. Misses Sophia Ward and Thelma Bennett and Master Lewis LIndley Ward visited Mr. J. W. Ward and family Sunday. Mr. Robert Renfrew and family visited Mr. Jim Hudson and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. John Ward and sisters. Misses Ireno Clarice and Mabel Ward, visited Mr. Otio Carson and wife Sunday. Selling out to quit business. Almost giving goods away. ROSENBLATT'S. x you will find For rheumatism nothing bettor than Chamberlain's Liniment. Try it and seo how quickly It gives rolief. For sale by all deaelrs. in painfully slow. These sincere seekers of progress are too Impatient for results to calmly consult the stubborn restrictions that natural law has laid upon all of our efforts. Because sunshine contributes to the sum of total happiness they would prohibit by act of Parliament, the disturbing stormcloud performing Its useful office of distributing needed moisture. And yot these are j the progress. of our Pathfinders Owing to the natural Indolence of after new paths mankind we easily Incline our opinions to the current thought and conform our conduct to the established order. But the Pathfinders, as mindful of what should, as they are neglectful of what must be, are constantly prodding tho popular lethargy to useful action. Confucius did his country a painful Injury when ho taught them to "Walk in the beaten paths." It Is certain that the teaching was responsible for the slow of the Chinese people, but within the past few years tho Pathfinders have lighted the torch of progress among those slothful people, and aroused tho sleeping kingdom to new life and energy. Tho mossbacks who hold fast to proven things execrate tho Iconoclastic Pathfinders, and between these two extremes there stands that large class of world-movewho weave the sofld fabrics of the age. J. H. THOMAS.. Narrows, Ky. rs V. 1 ! ".fivery tub stands on It's own bot- of the most fa- expressions to the general pub- lie. and while common, it carries a v&tal amount of advice. This Is true . rjc.J many of us may lirst get our 1m- lf03ion of Its correctness from ex- luaience'.'lt still reiiialns a cold fact witli which ue must reckon. To have t. thing done and donu well, do it aorwlf. Never depend exclusUely t the help of others to carry you jlhscash any undertaking, but see htt the thing is done, by attending ?lim" is, perhaps one suit than any amount of work done haphazardly by others. The vote Is going up and up, work Is being done by all and many votes are being secured by each one In the contest. Votes will count In the end and the more you get, the more certain you are of winning oue' of 4he handsome Shetland Ponys and Outfit, or the bicycle or the gold watch. Another week is goue and what have you to show for it? Have you Increased your vote? Do you believe that you could have done more? If you do, you should work that much to XI jurself. tiilb Is truo of your undertaking harder tomorrow and every day. EvIn the Shetland Tony and Uuggy t!on-'Us- ery day counts and every vote counts. Itoday Is the last day that the freo If you dcslro the very best do It yourself, at least see to coupons will appear in the paper, At that It is done. You are the per-ao- a as per the rules. When the votes lhat Is interested above all oth-is- are counted It is Important that you and your personal supervision havo enough to your credit to bring H1 insure a more satisfactorily re- - to you tho Pony and Outfit, tho bicycle or the watch. Let no opportunity escape you at Komi Biking Easy any time whereby you may secure more votes, for they will be greatly needed,- in tho end. To meet tho people in a business way now Is educating tho contest-tant- s for luter days when they will have to meet and do business with them. The successful business man or woman is the ono who began early In life and from projmr application along certain lines has developed himself Into u specialist In that particular buslnosa. If you can do ono , thing well It Is u pretty s'jro guess that you cando other things well. If you ure successful in this contest, It Is very good evidence that jou will be pretty suro to bo successful In some other business which you might undertake. It Is Important to DO WKIJ1 WHAT YOU UNDERTAKE. m-ptits, V i Name Address Nomlrtatlori Blank. lOOO GOOD FOR VOTES. I wish to place in nomination as a candidate in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN PONY CONTEST . - Age By whom nominated. r 1 i .J Address Fill out and maiKor hand to THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford Ky. The 1000 Nomination Votes will only be counted once for each contestant. JUkts pOYAl jo! $ 1 f PONY CONTEST BALLOT M N0TAi$P,AFTE'' . NAME OF CANDIDATE VOTED FOR lp 1 NAME OF VOTER The Pathfinders. Shakesphere's "There is a divinity that 'shapes our ends, rough how thorn as wo may" Is but a poetic rendering of Emerson's doctrine of tho Law of Necessity. Tho philosophy of both Is that whllo intelligent Industry may help and stupid Indolence may hinder, there Is an Inherent law In everything thut, In ftplte of both, will work Its Infinite end. Some virtuous and highly trained minds are so constituted that they havo a ghost-llk- o fear that unless their particular notions are adpotied the stream of progress will flow o C0 . ' ' X X t akinC ; 3 POWDER THIS COUPON must be clipped frdm the paper close to the martrin not rolled or wadded. Bring or mail to THE REPUBLICAN on or before the void date shown hereon. If sent by mail, letter must bear post nlark of a day not later than void date, CONTEST EDITOR, THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford. Ky. z t V Oromm of Tartar JOALUM,NILHMPHISfflATE Thm only making mowdmr imam from Royal Grain Absolutely Pure j LEWIS GRAY UROWX, Hartford. OSA D. WESLEY, route S Harttord MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. TULA 0. KINO, route 2, Hartford. WILLIE FORD, Horso Branch. fttMM t ) j .