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TARIFF BILL HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913. wool, cotton and BUgar, and the rest will bo merely letting the wheels go to transfer a woman clerk to anoth-r- e department ho received a hurried OIL telcphono call from two prominent around. United States Senators to postpone' Now, wha about tho Sonato7Presl-den- t OUT DESTRUCTIVE action until they could endorso their Wilson sas he expects to put constituents protest. Personally tothe Underwood bill through tho Son-at- e day they presented her claims to recas a party measure. True, the maognition from tho Democrats on the jority In the Scnato la narrow' but Dangers of Low Wages Seen tho Democrats havo settled tholr dif- Will Not Return Home Fpr One of Marchers Meets ground that she was a suffragist Prices Are Very steeped In Democratic principles for ferences by their caucus method and tory to The Operators. Death on the Streets. Some Time. tho triumph of which Bho had workIn Its Passage. present a united front for the bill as ed during the campaign. passed by the House. No help is anMr. Williams listened attentively Industry In Kentucky ticipated from Republicans; oven Begins With People Have Not Asked for Rad- those of tho Progressive group. No Treasury Department Rules He Youngsters Protest Against the and then shoved before the Senators a cumulative file of papers coverhelp Is asked of them. Rush Ohio County In Retention of Supt. S, ing tho case, Including lotters from May Give Serum Without Tho Progressives, who will demand ial Change in Revenue SysThe Boom. this now "lifelong Democrat" to ofthat tho Tariff Revision Bill when L. Heeter. Violating Law. ficials of tho preceding Republican tem Proposed. passed by Congress shall be Inef' fective until submitted to a referw. administration in which she sought Barbourvllle, Ky. .April 20. The preferment on the ground that she endum by tho people, clto these Industry has New York, April 19. Dr. Fried-ric- h Pittsburg, April 22. The first fa was a "black and tan Republican." Kentucky petroleum "Washington, April 20. That ad va- reasons In tho preamble to tho resorecovered from the conditions brought Franz Frledmann declared here tality attending the "strikes" of She was transferred. lorem duties such as are proposed In lution: about by,' the floods last month and today that ho returned to Now York school children, organized as pro"Tho dlsscntlons of tho Democratic tho Democratic tariff bill are a "dewith the drying up of the roads faIn connection with his plans to con- tests against Supt. S. L. Heeter, ocCut Out Tobacco Crop. lusion and a snare;" that tho radl-- t caucus over tho Underwood Tariff tinue the treatment of tuberculosis curred this morning when a 'boy, Sebree, Ky., April 22. Leo Collins, vorable progress is being made In jj.1 tariff revision submitted by tho BUI demonstrate tho Inability of tho already received marching with a hundred or more of a prominent farmer of tho Grape all the fields. A great amount of new uncall- Democratic party to agree on a tar- patlentB who have Democrats is Inexcusable and one Inoculation with the turtle serum, hts companions on Penn avenue, was Ridge neighborhood and a member development operations Is .being start' ed for, and that an accounting will iff measure. of the farmers secret rder, found ed in the field and for the remain' "As shown by tho tariff hearings and that his return was In nowise run down by a street car and killed. law, come for Its enactment Into hastened by the letter from the GovCombegan yes- a note at his gate, telling him to der of the year some of the newer The "strikes," which are contentions of Republican mem- before the Ways and Means ernment. terday soon after Mr. Heeter, who make no effort to raise a crop of to- fields ought to mako rapid strides in bers of tho Ways and Means Com- mittee"; certain powerful special In"My movements are entirely direct- had been acquitted of serious charges bacco this year, and stating, "We showing a profitable production. terests, directly affected, presented mittee In a minority report to While many sections of the Stat ed by tho work I have to do," said preferred against him by a domestic deem It advisable to have you notify their sldo of the case. tomorrow, to tho4Houso country, Dr. Frledmann. "I have no plans to In his TfamUy, had returned to work, your neighbors that It wlU be use- look good Just now, tho two bright "The consumers of the "There Is no excuse for the radispots among newer disttriots are Mors, tho small pro- return to Europe until my mission spread Ho a numbero f school build- less for any of them to attempt to cal change In our revenue system the gan county, in Eastern Kentucky, no here Is fulfilled. The treatment of ings this morning. crop of tobacco this year." make a proposed by this Democratic bill," ducers and tho farmers havo had patients which have been subReports received from four schools - These notices are following the and a group of Western Kentucky nays tho report, which Is signed by opportunity to be heard concerning the mitted to me is my only considera- showed that scarcely 23 per cent, of sowing of tobacco beds with grass counties with Ohio and Allen as diRepresentatives Payne. Fordney, Card-ne- r, this proposed legislation, which These districts are developments tion." the pupils were In their places, and seed, and It Is evident that there Is Moore, Green and Anderson. rectly and vitally affects their Intoday examined at other schools the "strikers" said a determined effort on the part of of the last year as previously the Dr. Frledmann "Tho poople have not asked It. Tho terests. patients treat- to have been encouraged by their some person or persons to cut out had commanded no attention from "A few leaders halng preWously twenty of tho fifty-si- x party proposing It Is In power,, not In secret con- ed by him recently at Bellcvue Hos- parents, endeavored to prevent pu tho tobacco crop in this section this the trade. Another big strike was by the grace of a majority, of the Am- prepared the measure regardlrigtho pils not In sympathy with the move year. Large rewards have been of- made in Morgan county last week, erican people ,but by a division In ferenceforced tho pending Tariff pital. All Information condition of these patients tfas re- ment from entering the buildings. BUI through a secret caucus. fered for the apprehension of the with a capacity of 200 barrels dally. the ranks of the majority on other A feature of the morning was the persons who have sown grass seed Two other recent completions have "Tho result of the presidential fused. protection. questions than that of the downtown on the tobacco 'beds, and the grand reported yields of fifty barrels each. Dr. Frledmann said, however, that marching through Tho Administration has the power election was, by no means, a declaraThe now strikes extend the producnone of the patients were in condi- streets of a party of several hun- Jury, which has been In session at tive to enact this legislation. Tho accountarea considerably In two direc(Continued on Eighth "Page.) dred children, none of whom appear- Dixon, has been making rigid inquiry tion to recele a second Inoculation. ing for the abuse of that power will tions. With the production 'developwas learned that some of the pa- ed to be more than a dozen years old. into the matter, but no one has as ed It come later." in the Cannol City neighborhood tients haq gained in weight, but not They carried banners demanding the yet been indicted. Tho report contends that the bill WOMAN AIDS POLICE Tas a base, test drilling is now oro- to a greater extent than several oth- removal of the superintendent. has caused "Intcnso and widespread gressing in all directions and the In all directions of the city as the er patients who hae not receUed In business circles," and quotes m valarm WALKS 10,000 MILES next few "months are expected tor day advanced there were repeated IN FOILING ROBBERS the Frledmann treatment. Stho messago of Democratic Gov. Fos3 show a considerable widening of the calls for additional polite, and all Dr. FrledmaTm Uslted the Hospital " tho Massachusetts Legislature dc-- 1 TO TEST ARMY GARB pool. From this district in the Scribing tho proposed act as "a for Deformities and Joint Diseases night men besides reserves were callof the .Wolfe countyIf feld ed ou'C Because of the" character of tariff for revenuo only, un- Thieves Use Daring Methods to to give a second Injection of his practically all available land has been l vaccine for tuberculosis to such of the "rioters" the police were almost destructive, downward reel leased and a string of wells will bs at a loss to handle the situation, but Get to Safe Which Conhis patients there as required It. revision," U.S. A. Cavalryman Ends Hike drilled between the two fields. ' Assorting that tho Democratic bill The vaccine was to be administer- In a number of instances succeeded Louisville operators have the credit tained $303,000. ed In the presenco of Government in dispersing some of the gatherings from New York to secnis to meet with universal apfor Important operations which have physicians, who are investigating the by talking with the older children proval on the other sldo of the Atplaced Ohio county wells in the front that were leaders. Frisco and Back. treatment. lantic," the report declares that tho of new districts in the western end Tho "strike" continues to spread New York, April 19. Four Italians protectee feature has been entirely Meantime, Dr. Frledmann said ac of the State. Persistent pounding reports are coming in. from eliminated In tho framing or the were arrested today, detected, the po- tive preparations are being made ior, and with the drill has devleoped a prochilNew York, April 21. Former Sergt. ductive bill. "No one will accuso the Demo- lice tay, tunneling Intoa-Bowermarketing tho vaccine. No deal had i school after school, that tho territory, which Just now daring methods they yet been closed, he added, but nego- - i dren have refused to attend the ses- John J. Walsh of Troop E, United cratic committee," It adds, "of seek- pawnshop. Tho looks as good as any the State has sions and are parading about the States Cavalry, slept late this morning to make up tho difference In used In attacking the solid brick tlatlons are being pushed. to offer. Two new strikes further cost here and abroad, or even of try wall, 4 feet thick, In (ho back of This morning Dr. Frledmann held neighborhoods of the school build- ing after having completed a 10,000-ml- Invite the attention of the trade.. One, hike to San Francisco and back. in a 1,600-foing to put tho Industries here on a' tho pawnshop resemble In many par- - a long consultation with Karl Schurz, ings. Many of the parades are led formation, looks good compctltlvc basis with the Industries tlculars the robbery of the pawnshop his attorney regarding negotiations toward the center of tho city through The walk was for the purpose of test- for fifty barrels dally. Several new" of Martin Simons & Sons on Marcn now under way in connection with dangerous mazos of traffic, while the ing out thoroughly the regular army strikes have been made In abroad. the Allen with grown folk "It Is easily apparent that many of 16. Tho observant eyo of a woman marketing the serum. Dr. Frledmann j sidewalks are lined to bo Indignant equipment from shoes to campaign county district, all of smaller! capachat, and was under the supervision ity than those drilled In Ohio counthe quick action of the police declared that ho is not anxious to undecided whether tho duties havo been placed on tides used by our manufacturers and stopped the thieves Just as they had arrange this matter at tho present or take the matter as a Joke, police, of military authorities. It took Walsh ty, but sufficient in size to make the Supt. McQuaide, of tho one year and three days to complete field Imported wholly from abroad, as a 'dug their hole through to tho pawn time.. look very promising. Probably this- - morning said that older heads the trip. He left Fort Slocum at New "tax on manufacturers;' that many.snop vauu. yet "violated inspired two dozen wells are now drilling in Dr. Frledmann has not movement, pointing to Rochelle on April 10, 1912. the A blind alley Is formed by the duties havo been lowered so that they these two counties. the public health laws by his action flag Walsh, who is 63 years of age, is are much less than tho difference In rear walls of John Simpson's big in treating patients at Providence, the display of the American The older districts of the State of the processions, while considered the army's premier pedes tho cost of labor at'home and abroad; pawnshsp and th back fence of a R. I., for pay with the remedy at the head herding the children Into line were trian. It was necessary for him to continue to furnish new producing: very i tenement forms a pocket. There have that many articles now paying which he claims as a cure for I young men whose faces are familiar stop at every army post en route to wells at a gratifying rate. Nothing tenants In this low rates of duty hao been put on ' been mysterious according to a dispatch from about newspaper circulation departsensational in new producing wells report progress to tho officer in com comparative tenement, who have been watched Washington. tho free list, while the has been shown by the districts of The Treasury Depart- ments. mand. cost of production hero ana aoroaa by neighbors. Wayne, Wolf and Lawrence counties, ment had studied .the question inPresident D. B. Oliver, of the Board room direct kept a complete diary of his but several Walsh Antonio Bonaco has a Is such that It will be Impossible for d formally, and has found no issue be- of Education, In a statement this oilers have adventures on the march. At every been drilled. A new business to continue without bring- ly above tho dark alley. It was Sat- tween the Government and Dr. Fried- strike In the morning, said: "This is an organiz- large town he had the mayor and wages to tho urday midnight when he came to his mann. ing down our scale of ed and financed movement to down city officials put their signatures in Busseyville district. Lawrence county, lewl of tho rates paid abroad. In window and saw four men slide over the School Board and drive Heeter a book. He Jotted down everything does fifteen barrels dally. No late many cases Tirtlclcs are put on tho at the fence. One of the four flung completions are reported from the Outwitted Father. out." that appealed to him and his ledger Wolf county field; but several welis free Jlst, while a protective duty Is a hook with a rope on It up to tho A crowd, of the "strikers" from is full of Interesting Items. Greensburg, Ky., April 22. Miss laid upon the material used in their root of tho pawnshop and a paintare drilling both at Campton and oa er's scat i old was hoisted. Under it Helen Neagles, fifteen years old, and the North Side marched across a According to the diary, Walsh Stlllwell Creek. Of five recent commanufacture." Attacking tho ad valorem system, appeared a big wicker . basket. The Mr. Frank Karns eighteen years old, bridge over the Allegheny river, and spent last Christmas In tho desert of pletions In Wayne county three are LjV report sao It Imposes a great- next moment four men were actively eloped to Moss, Tenn., and were attempted a demonstration before the Arizona. He was lost and walked producers of ordinary size while two er tax when prices are high and com- at work picking at the bricks of Mr. married there Saturday. They are Fulton building, In which is located nearly a hundred miles out of his are In the duster list. position not so keen a lesser tax Simpson's rear wall. As the bricks prominent young people of .Miami, the offico of tho Board of Education. way before he struck the trail again. A dozen or more counties have Tho bride's father, Mr. J. A. Nea- In the wake of tho procession hur- Miss Lena Grumble, a telephone op wildcat operations under way. This when prices are low and competition came out they were caught in tho ried one irate mother. Sho reached erator of Corrlsto, a town In Now gles, who Is a farmer and tobacco Is keener and much more Injurious to basket. class of work extends generally from Gray light was beginning to reaoh dealer, intercepted an attempt to tho crowd before the Fulton building Mexico, on the outskirts of the des- the West Virginia border to Tonnes- tho American producer, and "that as several mounted and foot patrol- ert wrote In the book that she found It bears moro heally on tho honest along tho tenement walls when the elope a few weeks ago, and had kept men were trying to disperse the see, and usually constats of drilling Walsh in a bad condition the result Importer and favors the man who by four had cut their way through tho close watch on tho daughter and kept shouting children. Elbowing her way of not having sufficient food. She for deep oil. The favorable result of ierJury and fraud undenalues his bricks. The thinnest of them thrust her cloths locked in a room. Tho wildcattlng on the West Virginia groom managed to get tho cloths out into tho center of the crowd, she took him to the mayor, who bought sldo is reflected in tho continuous goods and escapes his fair share ofc cautious shoulders through the grabbed a youth off his feet, swung him a dinner. hole they had made. In the mid without tho father knowing It, and taxation." leasing campaign on this Bide of the him, Walsh, according to the diary, was Big Sandy River, operators hoping Tho elimination from tho Demo- dle of tho room was tho big safe, built at a late hour of the night they left him across her lap and whaled dewhllo bis companions shouted In captured, by Mexican rebels while to form a connection between the two cratic bill of tho maximum and mini- Into a vault sunk in tho floor and for Tennessee, traveling along roadrision. hiking along the border line of Old fields by test drilling on both sides mum feature of the presont law is surrounded everywhere by protecting ways on which wree no telephones. Tho woman then started for some and New Mexico. "I was sitting on doplored by tho Republicans who wires. The vault contained $300,000 of the river. of tho other disturbers, but bey dis- a bowlder writing up my notes," the Rains Rice In China. claim that through this provision worth of valuables. Petroleum prices are satisfactory, persed almost In the twinkling of ah books says, "when I was taken prisbeMrs. Antonio Bonaco was up .great tariff concessions and regulabeing 62 cents a barrel higher than 'Shanghai, April 21. Tho Chinese eye, while the pollco expressed admi- oner by several Mexican despera- prices quoted at this time a year ago. tions were procured and much added fore her husband this morning. As in Shanghai have had good reason ration for' tho mother. does. They took me to their chief. The better grade now commands 1.35 sho looked out the back window her to tho export trade of the country. hapUp to early this afternoon more I thought I would never got away eye fell. on that glaring red hole in to bellevo that a miracle has Defending . the existing Payne-Al-drla barrel and all operations are en. pened. It has rained rice. v minthan fifty schools were reported as alive. I would not have If I had not. couraged to tariff. the minority asserts Simpson's., pawn shop. Twonty" further operations. From 10 o'clock at night until wft affected by the movement. In some had on my old sergeant's uniform. Courier-Journa- l. that In the last, four years "the peo- utes later Capt. Klnsler of the Mul- after midnight groups of Chinese Instances but a handful vof puplfa That saved me. They saw who I was, ple of tho country havo been more berry Street Police Station had plain were on their hands and knees scrapFOR SALE Indian Runner "Duck were In attendance, but were permit- and decided to escort me back over prosperous than over before In our clothes men and patrolmen on Ken-mo- ing together eggs, 50 cents per dozen; S. C the grain which, like ted to play games, no lessons being the boundary linos." stroot. Detectives Shevlln and hltory." Figures are presented to v gods, fell in show- given out. Rhoade Island Red Chicken eggs, &0 Payno-Aldrlc- h Caravetta, revolvers In hand, kloked a gift from the v ahotf that under the cents per dozen. Some poland China J ers. tariff the average ad yalorem rate on open the door of the back room as .Marriage License. She Was Transferred. pigs, both male and' female. If It is The explanation was that some 1912 was 18.58 per four Italians Inside jumped up. all Imports in Washington, April 23. Ingenuity Leslie B. Wright and Jessie B. the very best you are looklug for. miles away the roof of .a granery had Peter These are the prisoners: cent lower than during any year since I have it in the way of Duck, Chick- Lagatutto, Qulseppl Maaserla, out on boon swopt off by a typhoon, and. the and political Influence have failed at McDaniel, RoslneKy. 1850 except from 1857k to 1860. purposes the bill may suspended sentence for a burglary of grain had been whirled for miles by least one woman employe of the John N. Conkwright, Kingswood ens and Hogs, Satisfaction guaran Fpr practical teed, or your mono back. agency, to fall In showers Federal Government. Ky.. and .Nora,. A. Fltzhugh, Dundee. be Considered as approved by the two years and known to the police; the same ' ' .v W. S. DEAN. ' As Assistant Secretary Williams., of Byron L. Brawn, Echols, and Sadie when and where tho force of the lower branch of Congress. It has got Salvatore Ruftlno and his brother, 3Stf. Dundee, Ky. Treasury Department, was about A. Hughes, Beaver Dam. the wind abated. .over all the rough places like free Qulseppl, of Brooklyn MONEY LAST SCHOOL CHILDREN SAYSJ1EDMANN ONA STRIKE JSatisfac .wage-worker- e. . , i on le pHX-allvc- le ot tuber-culosl- s,. fair-size- 19-in- ch ch re T 'i V . . ril 1 V f ' Hi ll'IHpH r ni 1HQ14N tho United Slates Bureau of Educa knowledge. The little ono was perfect ARSONETTES BURN tion. prosof form and feature, although STORY Tho new Texas plan Is based on trated from terror and exhaustion. tlio urgent needs of the State's rural replied In a When questioned she of BIG GRAND STAND schools. Texas has language foreign to each of the warn. million rural school children. Ef to what riors, and who she was and ficient county supervision Js a . tribe of redmen she belonged was nrlinn rmulallo for efficient rural never ascertained. SuffragistS Re- - schools. Sho is endeavoring to relieve (OlCe Called MOUntaineerS After unbinding nnd attending to Militant her County juuges, wno maisc u I tho wnnts of the cmiu, me oanu uem claim to oxpert knowledge of rural sume Violence. jof North America. la council to decide what should bo I school supervision, of their duties as unanimous nnd It was done. County Superintendents of Schools, ly decided that the siv.nll gatherRecently Freed nnd to select real superintendents - ing of braves, collectively represent- American Girl Were Seven Divisions and Wedwhoso first claim to tho position Is ing and acting under tho authority professional training nnd ability. After Hunger Strike StrickClan Nation, had no right of the Cherokee jfings Within Not only does Texas desire to have to Interfere with so evidently well en With Appendicitis. In regular County Supcrlntndecnts Not Allowed. an net of duty considered and solemn charge of all the schools In place of unnnd worshipful devotion by some County Judges, but she alms to innke known people nnd by such InterIndon, April "J. Militant suffra- sure that tho superintendents will Oarmirori'. Ok.. April 22. The Cher ference burden the entire nation with political nominees. The o.nr irflw of North American Indiana responsibility nnd expose It to pos- gettes early this morning set fire to not boplnn puts tho selection of protho sible danger. Howecr, It was fur- tho grand stand of the great cricket posed aJje days of long ago an ikja ie County Hoard of Education, to tho If any warrior presdecided that grounds at Tunhrldgo Wells. They ond Hint this officer, like his city " I'1 llla"y essential respects ther ent, should, of his own free will, de- 'left behind them a photograph of colleague, may be chosen for eduiXvj' were an exclusive and siad sire to preserve the child and perjiuyilc .being railed the " cational fitness, rather thnn for po Mrs. Pankhurst. sonally suffer the consequences, he of North America" by the might do so, and the remainder of Miss Zellc Emerson, tho American litical expediency. The whole Idea Is axUst white people who came to the small council would bear witness suffragette, Is suffering from a ser- to make the County Superintendent, Tobov Uirm. This great tribe at all of the fact In behalf of .the na- ious attack of appendicitis. Dr. frec from political ties, Is not yet re jirovcd themselves well able cia her physician said this alized. Educators ever) where believe tion. uta JuxU tliclr own against any num. that adequate supervision by expert Tho leader of the troupe formally morning: ijtr til confedenito tribes living nnd distinctly announced this de "Inflamatlon undoubtedly has de County Superintendents Is so essen.oiwXh nf them and with whom they. cision, giving the order to continue veloped an attack of appendicitis. It tial In the upbuilding of tho rural fUfXtrrnt times, clashed In ware--athe journey homeward, slowly rising will be Imposslblo to correct her con schools that tho office of County Su Taking all In all the Cherokee, preperintendent should be wholly proto his feet, adjusting his dress and dition, which Is unthinkable at srhen Jhls continent was first visited weapons for travel, placing the llt-t'- Jj sent because of her extremely weak- fessional and not political. Ex. &T .the white man, were the most girl on his shoulder and start- ened condition. The nervous symp yinmr-rrmthe most ixcrful and the ing, closely followed by the others, toms havo improved somewhat toSheriff's Sale. t advanced body of Indians norUi who took their turn at carrying the day." By virtue of an execution Issued jof lir Jlio Grande. An alleged suffragette attempt to from tho Daviess Circuit Court In newly-foun- d treasure. After many Anciently the Cherokees lived In days of travel, the party finally destroy by fire tho dlrlglblo balloon favor of T. A. Pedley, receiver of nrhat Xho called "towns" that Is. reached the nation, where the lit- sheds and aeroplane park of the army settlements la .4chborhood3 orcommon, field or tle girl was adopted to the tribe, flying corps was reported y from tho Owcnsboro Savings Bank and of a large The fire was extin Trust Company, vs. H. A. Williams, grew to womanhood, was married Farnborough. jTamv surrounded by the dwellings guished before any damage had been I or one ot my deputies will on Monand had descendants. the or -i-qpecs" of the families Inother True to their vital principle of done. day, May 5, 1913, botween the hours vHJitjw- - separated from pach It Is understood that a member of or 10 heredity and In as much as new blood a. m. and 3, p. in. at the Court open, generally uninhabtiy xaiiiis of had been introduced into the tribe, the House of Commons who is friendited., country devoted to natural House Door in Hartrord, Kentucky, a now clan had to be and was creat- ly to woman's suffrage, will ask ed for the descendants of the wo- Reginald McKenna, Home Secretary, offer for sale the following real esTJtc groat tribe or "nation" was, man who as a girl had been adopted next week whether ho is contemplat tate situated in Ohio County Kenj. jvl lho arly days of its known Into the tribe. This clan, the eighth, Ing deportation of Miss Emerson and tucky to satisfy tho above execution, divided Into seven "clans," was named the "Holly" clan, and other foreign militant suffragettes at $349.20 teas. lan being composed of persons later became perhaps the most not- guilty or breaking English laws as un amountingof to per centwith Interest 10, 6 from April the rato loth sexes, related to each ot- ed and numerous of the whole. of desirable aliens. 1903, and also the further sum of her en the maternal side, and compris-is- s Under the law Mr. McKenna could $9:43 adjudged as costs. The eight clans, or entire tribe, ne great "famlly"the entire were, as a whole, warlike and ever do, this, hence the report has caused First Beginning at a stone In S. 2ribe ihus consisting of but seven of victorious, but never gave the chal- consternation among the American J. Baker's line Black Oak Sapling families. Members of ins lenge, though they never refused It; women here who have jail records sc&. clan or fauiily were forbidden were exclusive without being offen- as well as among those whose affilia- marked as a pointer. Thence North 36. East 57 poles to a stone In 11. B. 2Cf a strict "law" of the nation from sive, enterprising without being ruth- tion with the militant sufrragotte or- Taylor's survey, small post, oak, S within the same clan un-JsmiJ3'lns less, brave without being cruel, and ganization might lead to their being feet from stone marked ns a pointer. penalty of death, the clan were the only Indians who, of their sentenced to prison terms. line with said Taylor's Thence being the first thing taught "Our answer to the Government's own accord, gave to the whites and 01 poles to a to Use young members of the tribe, their civilization a hearty welcome Cat and .Mouse Bill Is 13,000 pounds' South SO, WestHickory marked stone as a Chestnut and itai always perfectly known to the In the days when the redmen were added to our war chest," said pointer containing 23 acres. iudirfdual himself. The children (a numerous and the white men few. In "Gen." Mrs. Flora Drummond, Second Also a tract of 10 acres iwjr-jiDa girl, for example) born to closing the suifragctte meeting at more or less in tho same county and eocnle. the father of one clan and si Albert Hall, over which she preside!: state and bounded as follows: Begln-In- g thx. caother of another, became mem-2cx- s Itwas the biggest meeting everheld I at a stone In the Cromwell and ot Xlie mother's clan; when the by the Women's Social and Political Hardlnsburg road, a white oak one up and was married, her pii .jyew For Infants and Children. Union. pole West of same marked as a point.children Itelonged to the same clan Tl:3 Kind You Have The subscriptions included two for Always Bought er. Thence South 74, East 43 poles to .a fcoself, but the childmother of l,3001bs. ($7,300) each and two for a post oak corner to J. P. Nelson's hecaaio members of the clan Bears the l.OoOlbs. each. Among the American IX . sSZZ-Ztract. Thence South S 2 East 23 wfclch ihe woman he hail married Signature of to contributors were Mrs. August Bel- poles to a stone, white oak and black Jbeltvisud. which was always different mont aud Mrs. J. J. White, of Newoak marked as pointer. Thence west ITraaa Jiis own. When a man married of San 54 poles York, and Miss Scott-Tro- y, to a stone In the center of tUtt flfcoml time and had children by Louisiana's Tariff Needs. Francisco. the Cromwell and Hardlnsburg road, Jboih wives, members of seperate clans "There are two Industries in LouIn opening the meeting Mrs. Drum the jouugLsers always became mem-bc- isiana on which we need Protection mond said: "tight on: Fight on: and with the same North 12, East poles to tho beginning, conjoI Hip clan of their mother, sugar and rice." said Col. Robert That is the messago that Mrs. Pank 37 utftisxish they were half brothers and Ewing, Democratic national commit- hurst would send us from llolloway taining 10 acres, more or less, and being the same two tracts of land teeman or that State and owner of jail, were she able to get it out and conveyed to S. J. Baker by W. A. tribal regulation A strlni-vn-t New Orleans States, at the the fight on is what we Intend to do." F,ielden and J. P. Flelden, his wife, iiiarriaRe between blood rela-iaa- s "I am a Tariff for revenue Deiu George Lansbury, former Socialist on 2he father's side within a ocrat, and have never been any other member of the House of Commons on the 10th day of October. 1S92, or record In the Ohio County degree, with as absolute sev-crt- kind of a Democrat. Sugar and rice demanded the immediate release of laiween members of the must be Protected, however, in order Mrs. Pankhurst and her fellow prls Court Clerk office In deed book No. ajrur .elan. It was in this strict man- that these industries may survive and oners and abandonment of the "tor- 13, page 331, and the same tract afday of ner xhat the Cherokees avoided the that we may get revenue from them. ture or forcible feeding." He urged terward on the sold and conveyed by the said S. J. .lbeasicrous results that alwaxs Sugar is the only necessary of life, the militants to continue to burn and iBaker and wife to the defendant, II. the habit or custom or the only staple commodity that has destroy property. A. Williams, but no record of said .ami for this reason most- fallen In price, notwithstanding the "If a leader is taken away," he deed of conveyance can be round In ly JJiiiy developed iuto a healthy, duty. step forjttiiat and Intelligent race of In- - "Free sugar would not mean any said, "let a dozen women This Is a the Ohio County Court Clerk otrice. ward and take her place. Third Also a certain tract ot land material benefit to the consumer. The war in which we shall do our best to Uowwt. this great tribe owed its price might fall for a short time, but preserve human life, but show no re lying on the head waters or McGrady creek In Ohio county, Kentucky, and not alone to the "clan it would be only a matter of months gard for property of any kind." bounded as follows: Beginning at a nt marriage and descent as when the refiners would put the .scrst-mrising black oak In Peach's line; theme regard paid to the feminine price back where It was. In otheiJ The whole audience 2ht lustily to a call for three cheers South 39 East 26 poles to a stone, at the race was another words, free sugar would mean merely for Mrs. Pankhurst. East 20 poles to thence South 73 and beneficial feature of that the government would be play-lu- g were enthusiastically Resolutions a black oak. Thence South 72 itktirsneress. The women of the tribe iuto the hands of a trust. adopted demanding that the Govern Gum Jtxrld equal with men in perso-.n' "Rice in Louisiana must have a ment give women the vote on the East 30 poles to a Chestnut and jlbis and considered far super Protective Tariff or the Industry will same terms as men, the liberation of on a branch. Thence down said ior as respected the principle of be absolutely ruined. We produce Mrs. Pankhurst and the abandon- branch with its meanders to Adam line North 3S, West 32 poles to a and transmission of qualities, more rice In Louisiana than any oth- ment of forcible feeding. aVsovys vitally important to the Cher-aab.i- f. Schroader's line, thence with ald er State. The crop will approximate Mr. Lansbury created a mild sensaline North 3S, West 32 poles to a This Inflexible rule er:ain J30.000.000 a year. Remove the duty, tion by calling on the men to imi- black oak on Sugar Grove branch, niarrlafw, requiring the ins l" and Japan, Honduras, and other tate the women and form a militant thence up said branch with its me of new blood at every union. countries would send enough rice to league. - ihe cause of another being adanders to a poplar and beech Chap- the United States to put the rice You will look a good while before ezo and Clements corner thence with dled to the seven then existing clans growers of Louisiana, Texas, and you find a better medicine for coughs this line North 56 West 94 poles to erf lie tribe. Arkansas out of business. and colds than Chamberlain's Cough a post oak, Peach's corner, thence Sri one of the early years of the "Unfortunately, rW is not conEast CI poles to a hicktUuvnih century a party of some sumed as much in the North as in Remedy. It not only gives relief- -it South S cures. Try it when you havo a ory and red oak, thence South 53, sl.My warriors, members of ffinjr the South. It is one of tte Cherokee Nation, reached the nourishing products grown the most cough or cold, and you are certain West CO poles to the beginning, conin this vast wilderness known formerly as country. The entire nation could sub- to be pleased with the prompt cure taining 130 acres, less the amount or gained im the Ohio Circu the-- "Mark and bloody ground." sist on rice if It became necessary. which it will effect. For sale by all said land m said land gained in the Ohio Circuit from a foray of revenge We raise in this country enough rice dealers. svsatnsi a hostile Northern tribe. to supply the entire population, yet The County School Superintendent Court by G. W. Clements, supposed In the center of this section, an wo Import a to be about 20 acres, and being the considerable quantity Should the County Superintendent same tract or land conveyed by Mat immense solitude far from the hab- for special purposes, which gives us of Schools be a Judge, a Sheriff, a thias Miller and others to said S. J. itations of any body of red men, a a good revenue. Washington Post. Io!lt!cal officeholder, or Just an edu- Baker on the 21st day or January, rrslon rarely visited by members of deedt of record In the Ohio asy tribe, a tract upon which the cator who knows his business and 1S92, Why He Was Lato. gives his whole attention to the County Court Clerk's office In Deed braves were loath to treat, this small "What made you so late?" schools? He Is or has been all of book No. 13, page 354, aud the same band of warriors found, bound at "I mot Smlthson." day of taf foot of a holly tree, a little "Well, that is no reason why yu these in different parts of the United tract of land on the girl, whose presence at that should be an hour late getting home States. In Texas it is the County sold and conveyed by said S. J. BakJudge who serves in many of the er and wife to said H. A. Williams, plans and in that situation gave the to supper." Superintendent but no record of said deed can be lBjrts!on that she had been carried "I know, but I asked him bow he counties as was feeling, and he insisted ou tel- "cf Schools, and In at least one State found in, the Ohio County Court suu! left there as an intended the Sheriff used to hold the office. Clerk's office to said Williams, and at sacrifice to satisfy the savage ling me about his stomach trouble." I'.raiWt at souio superstitious parcaU "Did you toll him to take Chamber-laln- 'i But Texas expects soon to have levied on as, the prorcrty of sad K real County Superintendents In all the A. Williams to satisfy above debts. orifrfi-r- . Her costume was fine, but TabloU?" a iLracturo the Cherokees had "Sure, .that Is what he needs." counties that are still without them, This April 11, 1913. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. yaSJET.peeii uor of which they had any Sold by 11 dealers. m according to Information received at 39t3. BF INTEREST three-quarte- rs 5 COURIER - JOURNAL t For 1913. f t Cf ItS -- v You can not keep posted on current 4 events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL 1.0CI5VIU..:, Kv.-HE- KKY nn-Xa- WATERSON, Editor lso-ia.- moun-Aainwy- ai WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND at r- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for g, $ 1 . 5 O. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journal J. iS to-da- i hls-lUE- $1.00 a year. 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Special attention is called to Herbert Quick'e masterful articles which are now running serially in the Herald entitled: pre-eminent Ob Board tk Good Skip Earth Back numbers of these articles free on request to all who subscribe now. 2, tr The Louisville Daily Herald AND The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription can bo taken for the Herald to bo mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier. In-H'- lo vlc-dl- m : Subscribe Now Subscribe Now This offer iVflood for a few days only. at ......ii,.., .,r.,,.mt.mii,-fV.-- - t 40; lnmitilBFmRm''0'mmi"mmmm . i t WHY JESUS DIED FOD State Flowers. The following nro "state flowers," instances by tho school pupils of mo respective siaics: Alabama aoldciirol. x Arkansas Apple blossom. California Eschscholtzia. Colorado Columbine. Dclewarc l'each blossom. Idaho Syrlngn. Indiana Corn. Iowa WIli? Rcsc Kansas Sunflower. Louisiana Magnolia. Maine l'Ino cond and tassel. . Maryland Ooldcnrod. Michigan Applo blossom. Minnesota Moccasin. Mlsslsslppc Magnolia. .Missouri Goldonrod. .Montana Hitter root. Nebraska Ooldcnrod. Now York Hose. North Dakota Wild Hose. Ohio Sirlct carnation. Oklahoma Mistletoe. Oregon Oregon grape. Pennsylvania Ooldcnrod. Ithodo Island Violet. South Dakota i'asiruc. Texas Blue bonnet. Utah Scgo Illy. Vermont Roil clover. Washington Rhododendron. West Virginia Rhododendron. Wisconsin Violet. In England the ' primrose is worn on tlio birthday of Lord Bcaconsflcld. On the anniversary of Parnell's death his followers wear a sprig of Ivy. Tho Jacobltca wear white roses on Juno 10. In Franco tho OrlcanlsU wear white daisies and the tho violet. Michigan Special Days. Bona-partlsU ANTI-SUFFRAGIS- TS ns ""oi'tod '" ,ost OlllllPflO rUll ulPJPltliu ALL'voto of tl0 l,ubIlc carry through a tariff programme. ON THE WARPATH Next must como tho lowering of Great .. I, efmur u. dm .(..( null, n id uupilMIU nf mu oiuii of a sufficient degrco of harmony to .... .!.. ... ! j 4 We Have All Erred In the Past, Demonstration Movement Against Planned In Said Pastor Russell, The Penalty For Sin, According to the Bible, Contradict Our Creeds The Bible Theory Reasonable A Ransom-Pric- e For Sinners Wat Necessary Under the Penalty How It Could Have Been Different, Had God Pleased How Jesus Suffered the Penalty of the Sinner He Redeemed Not Only the Church but Also the World How All For Whom He Died Must Ultimately Be Profited Divine Justice, as Well as Divine Love, In- Washington. Washington, April 15. started today on what their volvedThe Glorious Outcome. Brooklyn, N. Y.. April 20. Pastor Russell's topic in Academy of Music today was, "The Necessity for Death." Ills text was: "In due time Christ died for tho ungodly." Romans 0:0. The sieaker de(JPASrog.glJSSLli clared that while the Bible every where emphasize tho Importance of Jesus' death, yet Christians today seem to be perplexed upon tlio subject. Some claim that neither Ills life nor Ills death was different from that of other men. Others claim that Jesus camo Into tho world to show mankind how to live and die for a good cause. Others bewildered declare that they seo no relationship between Jesus' death and what they have been taught Is the pen ally for sin; viz., eternal torment. In general, said the Pastor, there Is confusion upon the subject, and only thoso who get the proper focus on the TjabStlon of why Christ died can be mentally at rest, and enter sympathetically Into, tb great rian of Ood. of which tho death ot Jesus for human Is a part The Pastor Protested against the too common practise of accepting a portion of the Bible and rejecting the remainder. He declared that any man wise enough to criticise the Inspired Word should be accepted as an inspired authority, capable of writing a better statement of the Divine Plan. Be be lieves that the Holy Scriptures, as St Paul declares, were written aforetime by hfliyTnenror the o3mouitlon of tbe Church, bocaose Ood wishes, His" people. to understand His arrangements. We Should hold fast "the faith once delivered to the saints." and not allow tbe wisdom of men to make the Word pf Ood of none effect He reminded bis hearers that Jesus reproved the Phari j oees,lor neglecting the Word of Ood j and preferring tbe traditions of men. ' Our English Bible, sold be. does not profess to be the Word of Ood, but merely a translation of it IT therefore we And mistranslations which misrepresent tbe original Scriptures, we should correct these, add admit that the translations are not inspired. Jssus Died to Met Man's Penalty. Orthodox creeds do not dispute that there 1s a ptnaRy against mankind. These cmds agree that Adam, father of humanity, was created perfect in tbe tooTa! Image of his Maker; bnt that be smiled and came under a penalty because or that Bin. All mankind, having Inherited life from him. share bis 'condemnation to death. Ood. having "sentenced man to death, cannot consistently deal with the sinner. Hence He arranged that Jesus should recover Adam and his posterity from that order that they might have opportunity to return to harmony with Him. and thus to everlasting life. This, said the Pastor, is clearly set forth lu both Old nnd New Testaments. If we could forget our creeds and the false theories which they inculcate, these Scriptures would guide us withChristendom Is handl-- v al out difficulty. capped by creeds of the Dark Ages, which confuse us. For instance, these creeds teach that God's curse against mankind Is eternal torment. "The Wages of 81n Is Death." F. Most emphatically the Bible declares the xracea of sin to be death not tor ment Lest any should think that only the body dies, but that the soul continues to live, the Scriptures say. "The soul that sins shall die." "God is able to destroy both soul and body In Second Death. The penalty against Adnm, "Dying, thou shalt die," signifies the death of bis soul bis entire being. Under that sentence Adam and bis race, unless redeemed, would have no future life. But God from tbe very beginning purposed to redeem man from this death sentence. Ho purposed to send forth His Son to nay man's redempdie for man. Christ's tion price-- to redemptive work would restore man's soul from the power of the tombrby a resurrection from tbo dead. 8t Paul expresses this matter in few words, aylng. "As by man cam death (not eternal torment, by man came also the resurrection of tbe dead. For as all In Adam die. even no shall all' In Christ be made silver But every man la his own order." promised V Tbe favors which CJ' to man through Chi! '(.im come In due season. Tbey will make earth a ParadiHe again, with, nothing.? hurt or destroy. All mankiod will. v then be w4vilan1 to return, if willing, to tbe teage of GoftVbwt by' AdasVbv re-Jo-su- a' the Brooklyn ti HI th u J leaders declared would bo tho greatest demonstration against woman suffrage that the country has yet seen. "Drawing-roomeetings" will bo numerous. Congress will bo assailed and this week will end with two public meetings, ono on Friday night and tho other tho following evening. Women of national note In the crusado against enfranchisement for tholr sex will bo among the speakers. Mrs. A. J. George, of Boston, Organizing Secretary of tho Massachusetts' Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, and Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, president of tho national organization, have taken control of tho situation. Their program for tho week In cludes a hearing before tho Senate Women Suffrage Committee Satur day, arrangements having been completed for their reception. Tho suffragists also will be heard on that crat. day and will present their pleas after their opposing sisters hae had their Administrator's Notice. Inning. All persons having claims against tho estate of Lewis Rankins are Fortunes in Faces. hereby notified to present them to There's often much truth In the me, properly proven, on or before saying "her faco Is her fortune," but May 20, 1913 or they will be forever Its never said where pimples, skin barred. JOHNNIE SHORT, SU., eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes Echols ,Ky. Beware of Ointments for Ca- disfigure It. Impure blood is back tarrh that Contains Mercury. of them all, and shows tho need of Administrator Lewis Rankin, de 39t5. as mercury win aureiy aesiroy we Dr. King's New Life Pills. They ceased. sense of smell and completely der- promote health and buty. Try them. The Printer Man. m ange the whole system when entering 25 cents at all druggists. Whether it blows or whether It It through the mucous surfaces. Such snows; the season comes and tho seaWILLIAMS MINES. articles should never be used except goes; tho crops get sick tbe farmon prescriptions from reputable, phy11. Pendleton went to Gra son Dr. H. ers blue the storekeepers kick, and sicians, as the damage they will do ham one day this week on business. lawyers sue; the preachers preach" Mr. J. T. Rowe who has been right tho is ten fold to the good you can posand tho sinners sin and cares beset sibly derive from them. Hall's Cat- sick, Is improving. arrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Mrs. H. H. Pendleton is on the tho souls of men. But through it all the printer prints; he saves and Cheney & Co., Toledo Q contains Bick lat. saves and stints; the winds may rave no mercury, and Is taken internally, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Llnsey and lit acting directly upon the blood and tle son, Sirls, who have been visiting and the floods may roil, and drouths mucous surfaces of tho system. In in BUtler County for the past week, break through from pole to pole; but the printer man, he prints and buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be luro1 returned home Saturday. prints; saves and saves and stints you get the genuine. It I taken Miss Lee Kathryn Rowe visited happy, happy printer man; he', does Internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, Misses Maud and Viola last Sunday. tho very best he can sticking type by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mitchell are the sj) twisting press, he trusts to luck proud parents of a fine eight-pounfree. and does his best. Ex. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per boy, born March 6. bottle. For rhonmatism yon will find Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens are nothing better than Chamberlain's Tako Hall's Family Pills for con- proud parents of a fine stipation. born tho 7th. Mother and child doing Liniment. Try It and see how quickfine. Dr. II. H. Peendleton attending ly it gives relief. For sale by all m Ten Good Things. deaelrs. physician. Mr. Albert Rowe, of Central Grove, There are ten good things for which A New Essay On Man. spent last Monday night, with his no one has eveer been sorry: A precocious little girl at Columbrother, Mr. J. L. Rowe of this place. doing good to all. For Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Rowe went bia is credited with writing this esFor speaking evil of no one. one day this week say, "Men are what women marry. to Hartford Rearing before judging. For They drink and smoke and swear, shopping. For thinking before speaking. Mr. J. T. Rowe attended the speak- but they don't go to church. Perhaps For holding an angry tongue. if they wore bonnets they would. For being patient towards every- ing at Hartford Labor Day. The guessing contest ended at They are more logical than women body. For stopping tho ear of the tale- Mr. Charlie Cargol's Grocery this and also more zoological. Both men week, Mr. Jesse Thorpe being the and , women sprung from monkeys, bearer. For disbelieving the most to the lucky one. The prize given vas a but the womun sprung farther than men." Yes, a precocious little girl nice rocking chair. evil reports. Mr. Jim Johnson of Hartford, is may have written tho foregoing, but it sounds a bit too sharp. In all "My little son had a very sovero visiting in town this week. events, some precocluos married lady try Mrs. Eddie 'Hess is improving. cold. I was 'recommended to Miss Opal Bennett of Cwtortown with a large experience undoubtedly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and bo he is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. H. edited It. Kansas City Times. fore a small bottle was finished ' was as well as ever," wrlteB Mrs. Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cantrlll, H. Silks, 29 Dowllng Street, Sydney, hot Herrln, 111., who have been vislt- FOR FLETCHER'S Australia. This remedy Is for sale (Ing Mrs. Cantnirs parents, air. ana m tho past few Mrs. Jerry Watson, for by all dealers. m weeks returned homo the first of Cleaning Burnt Fans. the week. To clean a badly burnt pan, of and little Mrs. Gcorgo Brunton A Nervous Woman Finds daughter, Ada Margie nro visiting granite or other ware, put into It a teaspoonful of baking soda, fill with relatives in Beaver Dam. Relief After Many Years Mrs. C. Q. Crowder, who has boen water, cover It and lot It boll for Women who suffer from extreme sick for several days, is Improving. half an hour. The burnt stuff will nervousness, often endure much Mrs. HustlBS, of Brownavlllo, Ky., flake off, leaving the pan clean and suffering before finding any relief. who has been visiting her sister, wholly uninjured. Mrs. Daniel Kintncr, of Defiance, Mrs. Coffee Barnes for sevoral days A Question of Milk. O., had such an experience, regardhas returned to her home. i ing which she says: Jersey calf was nibA month-ol- d Mrs. Tom Smith, of Hart Mr. and "l had stomach ford, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Roy- - bling at tho grass in the yard, r trouble when I was the summer girl eyed It doubtfully. eighteen years old nolds Sunday. that broke down "Tell mo," sho said, turning imMrs. Marlon Porter, of Hartford, my health, and for visiting her sons, Mr. Will and pulsively to her hostess,' "does It years I suffered is really pay to keep as small a cow with nervousness, Mr. Alniar Porter. headache, Indigesas that?" Llppincott's. tion and nervous m s, - prices promised, and without evil results that would nioro than counterbalance tlio advantages, whatever they might be. Consumers are looking on and nro lit constant touch with tho cost of living. They will know exactly what happens In this respect. Supposing that tho Democratic party will pass tho tariff law Its leaders have framed up, will bring a fulfillment of what Is pledged to tho pcoplo without any serious disturbance of industry, wages and opportunity for employment? Will general prosperity continue, and consumers rcjolco In a lowered cost of what they fat and wear, with no Impairment of their articlo on thn free list surely reduce correspondingly Its price to tlio consumer? These ara questions pbout to bo answered by practical cents. Throughout the world the cost of living Is high. A tariff revision In the United Slates will not revolutionize world-prlc- o nor radically change world-causenor bring n world-wid- e upheaval la tho laws of sun 1 5" and daman 1. Tho pcoplo of this country can only wait now for results. They will know exactly what these arc when measured by the promise. f.lobe Demo- BrVWff9l4rnpWBSWBsWaBBBlBSl Nan hio County Dr 'J INCcmi'ORATKD 'jIAIJTFOPn. EEiiTTwnnani ftftftft&&ftfmftjmftfiftft3 This is Your Chance I to Cut the Cost by Acting Now THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year It ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR J; $1.75 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a yea - $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. .$1,50 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. Sf.5(l Havinpr made a special arrangement with the publisher of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINEcwe will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions teth publications you ought to have. AH .three publications re well worth the- regular subscription price and we consider: ourselves fortunate in being able to oiler them to vouat this, very low combination rate. - Send Your Order to V I; HARTFORD ' REPUBLICAN, 7 j t We have 10 Registered Polled Duiiiam Bulls from 5 to 12 months This is a chance to buy a' good bull from Ky's leading herd at sa price. Will deliver to your station. W. Breckettrldae County Children Cry CASTOR. A a R. MOORMAN & SON, Oton Dean, Kentucky ing their hostess, many mora aatcZa happy occasions. Those present acescc Mlssees Ann and Mary Fits&ssgb. Archie Taylor, Monnie and DaBeBe-Godsey- , Garnett and Martlne Jofaa-st- on and Elton Huff; Messr. Al bert and Emer Foreman. Ueevsr Wedding, Ernest Martin,. Cheater xA Kermit Mldklff, Homer ami J. TKHuff; Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Acton esaft baby, and Mrs. P. P. Murphy and bb Fred, and Mrf and Mrs. C. L. HhsT- m SULPHUR SPRINGS. n, April '.. Miss Jessio Roach of is visiting tho family ot Mr. Horace Lucket this week Miss May Foreman, of Narrows, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. GK B. Bean lost Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Bethel Schrooter was In town last Sunday. Mr. Carson Duncan and wife, of (Barretts Ferry, were the guests of Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. J. B. Canan last Sunday. Miss Elton Huff, who has been vis-itifriends and relatives in Owens boro, has returned home. Mr. Wilbur Johnston, wle and chilr dren worp tho guests of Mr. Jesse Johnston and family of Olaton last Ma-ga- Saved by His Wife. She's a wiso woman who knows-JSCt what to do when her .husband's is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Fttat. Bralntree, Vt., is ot that kind. Insisted on my using Dr. King's Discovery," wrlteB Mr. F. "for dreadful cough, when I was so wi my friends all thought 1 had short time to live and. it ootopl cured me." A quick cum for and colds, it's tbe most safe ; reliable medicine fonmany throat lung troubles grip, bronchitis. whooping cough, quinsy. hemorrhages. A trial will coav you. CO cts.. and. fl.00. Guaramasssl by all druggists1 " a ; 'spasms. remedy mended, spasms sot bo bad I would have them three or four times trya wcclc. After every ing nearly The taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I must say it helped raa wonderfully. J have had no severe nervousness for several years." MRS. DAN'KINTNER. 1003 Pleasant St., DeOince, O. I began recom- li VMUJPU VI Many remedies are recommended for diseases of the nervous system that fail to produce results because they do not reach the seat of the Dr. Miles' Nervine has trouble. proven its value in such cases so many times that it is unnecessary to make claims for it You can prove its merits for yourself by getting a bottle of your druggist, who will return the price if you receive no benefit MILES .MSDICAV CO., Elkhart, In. S old boy would haye to lose hia leg, on account ot an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise," wipte D. P. Howard, Aquone, "All remedies and doctors N. C. treatment failed till we tried Buck-len- 's Arnica Salve, and cured him with one box." Cures'1 burns, bolls, skin eruptions, piles. 25c, at all drug m gists. "It seemed that my Saved Leg of Boy. ar Insane. Lawyer "When did your first husband first show signs ot Insanity, madam?" Client "The day ho married me. I then dslcoverod that ho was making only 12 a week. week. On Sunday Maroh 30 little Miss EAST VIEW. v-- " April 1C Elder A. B. Gardner filled his regular, appointment .at Bells " Run, Church Saturday and Sunday. Watching the Cost-o- f Living. ,Mrv.8.J. French, Went to Utica ThQ Democratic party has UnderFriday on business. taken to prove that the price of food Mrs. .Zachrlah Russell is on the can be reduced by lowering 'tariff sick, ' list duties and treating tariff protection Mr. and Mrs. Lon Coots, ot Uvla, not only ns a public Injury, but as a waSjlho.'guesJ of Mr. and Mrs.T, C. policy t,hat violates' the constitution.-A. f la- Duke .Moiiday" ,t d tto party that Mr, flames' Ford, is dangenoiuly pi in full .executive ind' legiaUUVe 'con with. cancer .ofthe, stymico.. A, trol, "and It at' work on Ihte vtask'4f that Pa baa. courted. 1t 'tnust dw- prjBCteeeT td -- U U aaf established a are 'rdaoldedly .'"small In mike good, or mn,;agaiBt'a failure rlsUn-batwhich will not be 1U first. It must site. .,... .. . ' ', s 'tsfckea'-thWtan- m .M Eula Huff was again given a surprise birthday dinner by her parents and friends In honor of her tenth birthday. She had gono to spend the day with a little friend, but was tailed homo at eleven o'clock and found many little guests awaiting her arrival, and at twolvo o'clock they "were taken into tho dining room lunch where a beautiful three-cours- e eon was served. The birthday cake was decorated with ten yellow, pink and' blue candles In honor ot 'the ten years ot the little hostess. One of tho i features of tbe event was thai this same day was also tho tent1) birthday of little Denver Wedding, one of the guests. Tbe day was spent In a glorious celebration and will long be remembered by .those, pros eat. mwHUle hostess, received' many little guests beautiful- - presents.1-Th-e departed lata la tbe afternoon; .wlah' --- "Except." The" tariff is', to be redact everything except (Here Insert grots? oans home producta.)- iugti l OHt. Don't! bo surprised It yo b .t tJ. attack of rheumatism tb Just rub the effected iertar wltbS Chamberlain's LIb!bsU as Sold 'by will aooa. disapfrjsir dealer i 'M 4 ?o f Lik-..- , -., mi m?,iii. .i Jt'r .- n.ys.Vs.j, . i liitiVbi. in, n -- - "-- V i... mado! several emery discs used for plpo Jail- lighters. These discs, with two holes AT ers and clerks and theso officials In them, aro hung on n douhlo string, (The Owcnsboro Inquirer 1ms a large arq really not half as important as which, being twisted nround and M th I'oitofflw t'.aUrrJ nrror.llnp to l mall mnttrr ot th Mconil "grouch" becuuso Hartford, Ky the Messenger Is our magistrates. around and then drawn taut, sends Ihi, given nil the Daviess County prlnt- Nearly all of a county clerk's or tho disc spinning with great velocity. lng- - s,,rcl' lhc IUllror would not circuit clerk's duties nro purely cler- Tho rest- - of tho paraphernalia conC. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER . Wck fop ical, and the Jailer's offico demands sists of a small box with nails in .It LUi i una selfsame paper which has been so llttlo moro than, honesty and ordl- - nhd somo cotton waste in tho box. WAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER much disgusted with Ohio County Re- nary horso sense, whereas practically Tho whirling disc Is allowed to strlko PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. publicans and iiull Moohc for going all of tho llseal court affairs of the j the nails and tho resultant sparks after "pie." county aro In tho hands of the inagls- -' Ignite tho cotton. From this prisonto AdarsM all communications mates. cis In tho cells obtain lights for n If iff TjftimFml From Washington all down the lino Hartford Republican. luuuiicaiiy an S1110KO 111 UCU. .iiiiKiBiiuiia biuiui comes the report that Democrats who county funds. are seeking positions under the presNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS They say how much shall bo set Announcements. new tent to n ent administration are disgusted Bitwrllwr tlclrln ttw EEvSOLVED ddrrM niot (Mr the olJ iilJrv In nmUnit th through and through over the posi- asido for all tho various departments and they chooso many Important ofrrdOrlt. oFTHE LADDER tion which has "been taken by PresiFOR REPRESENTATIVE. Cniillrllsl mimntcrlpu will not b returned Important of which dent Wilson and his cabinet in re ficials, tho most Wo nro authorized to nnnounco N. mnlrM nixompiinlftt li.r piMtapr. Mm MEANS SUCCESS. SOMET III and ono of the most Important of Anonymou' communlcrttlotn will rerelre no gard to allowing present officchold precinct, as all county officials Is tho road en II. WHITE, of Olaton (PEOPLE ARE attrDtlrn. . crs to retain their positions'. . a candldato for the Republican nomigineer. ENOUGH nation for member of Hie House of Tho fiscal court Is to a Kentucky Tho Progressives and Republicans i from Ohio county, s:i-.- 'r ..123 In tho city of .Louisville havo de- county what tho General Assembly Is Representatives THAT SUCCESS 1$ AN msu(ti to tho state and Congress is to the subject to tho General Primary Electermined to give the Democrats a ACCIDENT. "WE GOT tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. FRIDAY, APRIL. 23. walkover this year for the city and nation, the only vital difference beOURS BrGJVINCI GOOD county offices. This will bo a great ing In the power to enact statute We aro authorized to announro W. saving of campaign funds to tho Dem- laws. Iluerta, of Wo hopo President The progress of a county depends M. Flcner, of Beaver Dam, Ky., as ocrats, but what will become of the Mexico, will get Just whatever he Republican nomi fellow who has been realizing from more upon its magistrates than upon a candidate for the gave to tho Maderos. any other set of officials, and yet nation for the office of member of tho $2 to $3 for his election certificate. every since Kentucky became n statu House of Representatives from Ohio to In England It is necessary Kentucky'is to--bodivided Into we regarded them as tho least Im- county, subject to tho General Prt lCCEJJ-FU- L WE ARE CONDUCTING A guard the Jails to keep the suffra- about fifty districts, over each a portant cogs in the county govern- mary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. breaking In. gettes from Deputy Game Warden is to be ap- ment. BI.SINE.5J AND WE KNOW WHY. camp pointed at a salary of $300 per year But wo arc learning better. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. The war In the Democratic WE ARE ON THE JOB. WHEN WE A great many people havo already We are authorized to announce over the Lexington collectorshlp has to be paid out of the gun tax, and of fees. It is understood that each of learned that In order to be a good ESQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold votabout gotten down to the question CUSBUY, WE BUY THE GOOD S these Deputy Wardens Is also to magistrate a man must hnvo a level ing precinct, a candidate for the 'Reweapons. havo power to appoint other dep head and be abreast of tho times publican nomination for Judgo of TOMER 5 WANT. WHEN WEIJELL, Some discuss bad roads, while other uties who are to stand behind you Those who every four years get ex- Ohio County Court. General Primary simply cuss them. Let us endeavor while you fish and make notes of cited over the election of other of- Election Sat. August 2, 1913. WE CHARGE THE PRICE OUR CUSto do something to remove the cuss- the pattern of hooks and quality of ficials because they receive good salIbait used. ed cause. aries and for no other apparent reaWE TRY- OUR TOMERS WANT. We are authorized to announco M. son, must now help elect good men L. HEAVRIN as a candidate for The Hartford Herald this week conA great many Democratic office BEST TO BE PREPARED FOR ANY to the fiscal court. the Republican nomination for Counseekers are disposed to doubt Presi- tains about three columns of labored They must also help persuade good ty Judge of Ohio county, subject to editorials and clippings from other NEED OF OUR PATRONS. dent Wilson's claim that he Is overTHAT'S the General Primary Election, Sat. Democratic papers in an effort to men to seek tho office. ly "human." A busy man must sacrifice valu- August 2, 1913. show how wicked it is for the ReWHY WE ARE SUCCESSFUL. WE Still no Democratic papers have publicans and Progressives of Ohio able time if he attends to the duties ARE RUNNING OUR BUSINESS; IT given the benefit of the Republican-Progressiv- e county to get together in support of of a magistrate, but it is a very noWe are authorized to announco J. Ohio County platform to defense of Its administration at ble sacrifice, . and Jn, the future It H. MILES, of Paradise, a candidate NOT RUNNING ITSELF. WE ARE a county ticket, but not one word will be much more appreciated than for the Republican nomination for their readers. dcfpnsq of Its administration at in the past. in Judge of Ohio county court. General PROUD OF OUR BUSINESS AND OUR 'It has been suggested thatv the Washington, for attempting to ruin Conditions are changing in Ken Primary Election, Sat, August 2, reason they adopted benches for the the farmers of the country by plac- tucky. . 11913. PATRONS, Public opinion, even In th"e most members of Congress was to make ing almost all farm products on the quarters, Is setting conservative Seliooliiiaster .Wilson feel at home. . free list. We are authorized to announce L. away from the fogeylsm which hel'l nrrrr-- t ' Ky., B. T1CHENOR of Hartford, tn Its, strenuous effort to create us back for bo long a, time. if the 5 Cents duty Iter ddzen bti gggs is no protection to the mhn tor some dissatisfaction in the ranks ot Candidates for offico. are no longer route 5, as a candidate for the 'Demowoman who raises chickens, what is Republicans and progressives lri Ohio afraid to express progressive 'ideas cratic nomination for the office of the sense lri biking 3 cents off? Who county, the Hartford Herald is pib- - or propose Vital changes In Institu- County Judge of Ohio county, sublishtng every thing in opposition to tions regarded as perfect twenty-fiv- e ject to the action of the General will It hep? Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. years ago. fusion which it can clip from tone end INCORPORATED, By all mean let us have a refer- of the land to the other, and in so Everywhere we see signs of a new endum vote on the new tariff law. doing it Is willing to discredit Its own era of progress, and we must read-Ju- st FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are particularly anxious to see party by such publication. For Inthe machinery of government to We are authorlxed to announce C bow some of the Southern States stance in this weeks issue it publishes meet changing social, educational E. SMITH a candidate for the Repubwould line npi ' in connection with tho Washington and Industrial conditions. lican nomination for County Attorney dispatch .showing the failure of the Our fiscal courts, we now' know, of Ohio county. General Primary "To the victor belongs thejspollB" prospect of the anialagatlon of, the mean as much as probably all-thI Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. WILL nROW.Y, Toute 1; Hartford.as a SCHOOL SUI'ERINTENDF.N .'. believes President Wilson so far as Progressive and Republican parties other departments of the governWe aro authorized to announce candidate for tho Republican nomlna- the Presldenttlal office Is concerned, in Congress the following statement: ment put together, except the educa Wo arc authorized to announce D. HENRY LEACH aa a candidate for tlon for the offico of Assessor of Ohio but he who seeks some other position tional. "There can be no Progressive BAKER RHOADS, of .Beaver Dam, a the Republican nomination, ' for. Coun- - 'county, subject to tho General. Elec- it a mere office hunter. We must have better roads, better candidate for the Republican nomina- ty Sch.qof Superintendent because the Democratic of" Oklo tlon, Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. There Is no better evidence of the theory of States rights and progres- public health service, better methods tion for County Attorney of Ohio county. General Primary blectlon faith which the Republicans and Pro- sive legislation arc incompatable with of taking care of the poor, and im- county. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. Wo are authorized to announce L. gressives have In the success ot their each other." What do the Democrats provements in many other depart- Sat. August 2, 1913. B. LONEY as a. candidate for tha ticket in Ohio county this fall, than of Ohio county think of their organ, ments under the control of the fiscal to announce Kopubllcan nomination for the ot- We are. .authorized court and we must have the best, the large number who are announcing anyway? JOHN W. ODELL, of WeA Fords- - fleo. of Asossor of Ohio county, sub- FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. lor nominations. "The Hartford Republican wants to available men for magistrates. We are authorized to announce C vlllo precinct, for tho Republican Joct to tho General Primary Elec- This editorial is no reflection upon tho offico of Superln- - tlon, Sat. August 2, 1913, Anyway, the duty was kept on fluor be hired to print a platform of prin- any O. HUNTER, of Hartford.as a candi- nomlnatlon-fo- r member of the present fiscal ... tendent pt Schools of Ohio county, . is a pet product of ciples for which six months ago it spar, which date for the Republican nomination court or any FOR CORONER. subject to the General Primary ElecSenator James' home county, and he was fighting for with all of the vim This is not a discussion of person- for the office of County 'Court Clerk tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Wo are authorized to announco Dr. was on botb the House Ways and at Its command." Hartford Herald. County. General Primary of Ohio alities. A. B. RILEY as a candlddato for tho Means Committee and the Senate Fi- The Hartford Republican Is fightIt deals with a rule ,not excep- Election, August 2, 1913. offico of Coroner, of Ohio County sub ing for the same principles It fought FOR JAILER. nance Committee. We are authorized to announce J. Joct to the action of tho Republican for months ago, and does not desire tion. Still the State refuses to pay the to be hired to print a platform of It is a 'discussion of fact about We are authorized to announce W. DUVALL, of Select voting pre imrty at tho General Primary August CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver Confederate pensions, but Capt. Progressive principles, but the Hart- general conditions which for a cencinct ,as candidate for the Re- 2, 1913. tury have prevailed in nearly every Dam, Ky., candidate for the Repub publican a Stone still draws his salary as head ford Herald can't' be nomination for the office of hired to print lican nomination for County Court of the Pension Dureau. Looks like a platform of Progressive principles, county In the state. FOR JUSTICE OF PEACH. Jailer of Ohio county. Genera! Pri(And it is a plea to the people in Clerk of Ohio county. General PriConfederate Pension bill is only but resorts to the Wo are authorized to announce W. mary Election Sat, August 2, 19)3. all sorts of wiggling every mary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. magisterial district in which "unconstitutional" In spots. II. PIERCE, of Roslne precinct, a to hide Its unwillingness to do so. the Hustler Is read to try to get Wo are authorized to announce W. i candidate for tho Republican noml- The resolutions to which It rerers, Free wool, free wheat, free corn, We are authorized to announce J. P. MIDKIFF as a candldato their best men for tho office of magfor the . nation for Justlco of the Peace, free hogs, free cattle, free poultry, and which were adopted by some Da- istrate. T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND, routo C, Har viess county Progressives was not a nomination for Jailer of s'ne Magisterial District. General free eggs, free butter, for tho farmers. We need the very best men tor tLo lord, for the Republican nomination Ohio county. General Primary Elec-- . Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. A tariff on sugar and clothing seems platform ot principles at all, but a office, and the ofl o u 'o- .s r splen i,r the office of Ccunty Court Clerk tlon Sat. August 2, 1913. to be the Democratic idea of doing set of arguments against fusion with did chance for tho invaluable public of O'jio county, tun nil Primary Elec- Wo aro authorized Republicans in Daviess county. We to announco justice to the larger part of the ,;lc::, Sat. August 2, 1912. Wo aro authorized aro In favor of home rule. Doubtless service. to announco jtu SHOWN, of Beda precinct, a JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, routo candidate for tho Republican noraln&r tho same conditions do not exist In At Loggerhea ' The Democratic Idea, Free wool, Daviess county as here. Ohio county o nvo v. ithorlzed to announce 1, as a candldato for tho Democratic i t,on tor Justlco of tho Poace In -protected clothing. Who gets it in Progressives Owensboro, Ky., April 21. Ovver.s-boro- 's SEP. j,. V.iLLIAMS, of Cromwell for Jailer of Ohio county. tor(i district, General Primary elec- and Republicans are ca the neck? Why the fanner, of course. pable of conducting their own affairs, official business Is at a wiiua-sti- ll precinct, a idndLute for the Repub- Gcneral Primary Election, Sat. Au- -, tlon Sat. August 2. 1913. Who Is expected to assist In press- and they Intend to and has been for .several weeks, lican nomination for Clerk of Ohio gust 2,1913. do so, with or ing down this "crown of thorns?" without the but now nearly all hopes have been county. General Primary Election, consent of outside The farmer. Will he do it? We shall parties. abandoned of getting the two factions Saturday, August 2, 1913. Wo' are authorized to announce C. IN THE FEED BUSINESS. see. of the City Council together so a P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a ! can be held and the city's DAUGH-TER- ." meeting "STILL HARPING ON MY We are authorized to announce LOf candldato for tho Democratic noni- -' It begins to look business transacted. The employes SMITH, of Hartford, Route 6, as a lnation for the office ot Jail r of of the Treasury McAddo and Senhave not boen paid for two months Ohio" county, subject to tho Oiueral ator James aro dead locked over Fed"The Bull Moose rid tho Elephant." and all bills are being held up,, and candidate for the Democratic nomi- Primary Election, Saturday, nation for the office of County Court eral appointments for Kentucky. In "Ohio county Mooeors havo been the ensuing year is in the balance. . . , meantime, Republican v officeholdClerk ot Ohio county, subject to' the 2, 1913. 'the led in a very sorry predicament." Is a regular meeting night, j . N.' "rt v i .( ers are enjoying the salaries and action ot the General Primary, .Sat"D the log cabin. , v but there is n hope for a compro- urday, August 2, 1913, Wd lore, authorized to announco ' ' making no kick. . "D fusion." mise foca meeting. .KVvx: X DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky'.. j'" wn "D the Ohio county Republicans The little towns'of-Ellzabetbtois accsndldJito for tho offico of Jailer i .FOR SHERIFF,, Donvicts Made Many Knives. and Hodgenvllle are insulted because for deserting their principles.. We are authorized to announce F til OhV county, subject to t'o Gen- "D the Bull Moose of Ohio counsome newspaper in speaking of the Frankfort, Ky., April 21. Patience A. BRATCHER as a candidal? foi br l Primary Election, Saturday, Au allowance to1' "those places for public ty for deserting their princjples. and ingenuity, strangely exercised', the' Republican nomination for Sher- gust nvis: , ; 'D the Ohio county Bull. Moose were buildings, referred to them as coun-disclosed when, following a re- iff of Ohio county, bUoKvc i- - tae , VV and the Ohio .county Republicans for try villages. The shot must have cent order In tho Frankfort Jtofortni-tor- y AnaMl P.lmapu E?lA4t.r. iLiiinlaV it x 'FOR. ASSESSOR. arranging a scheme to knock the W-I....i.j ..truck a tender place. that any prisoner found possess- August 2, 1913. . W.vv.ivu, We are authorized io announco TOM Your fowls will, show their appre- Ohio county Democrats out f tie ing a knife would be punished, .WarCOX, ,of Roalne, as a candidate for elation ot good feed by the,Jargei , The Owcnsboro Inquirer is not so county offices." The Hartford Her-den A. J. G. Wells had a saerchi the Republican isouilnatjon for the of-- number pt eggs they lay and by tho particular about using somo things W. We are authorized to announce S. made. The search brought to 'light -fice o Assessor of Ohio County, sub- - fat Uw Jut onThtn from this paper as' It Is about print'O. KEOWN as a candidate for the ' Ject, to,the Oeneral Primary Election, I ing the platform adopted by tho Ohio WHERE MORE ABILITY IS HEED- a curious collection of band-mad- e JlT D0BS ' I PAV' cutlery, including ono dirk at least Republican nomination for the "of Saturday Augvat ., 19W. County Republicans and Progressives. , w, ED. ten Inches long with a handle 'made fice-- ot Sheriff of Ohio county, sub awesmon to the 'quality-o- f ; . Last Sunday It used our poultry write-'.- p "v.f4 Tho Madleonvllle Hustler says: of leather rings. Tho (barponlng of ject to the General Primary Eleceea CKen without giving any credit what- to that W.ar authorised to announn The people of Kentucky have too the edges had not b omploted, tion, Sat August 2. 1913. bOrt,0C"' toog8 ttnfl DILLfs E. WARD; of Beda precinct, WT long JookM upon magistrate as be- but It was already a deodlyweapon. ,Usf "ememer' J ve' all The question to submit, tho "pro- ing. t!io K'.tat Important officials bUt n,y oae Other knives were made pf the steel .We are authorized to' announce B. "ty-th-be. Palo wunTy. posed tariff bill to a vote 'of tho with, county government. springs of shoes, that the owner E. BENNETT a candidate for the paeraiirrimarx Kieotloa Sat. August people for.ratiflcaUon is a good one. rrciuently men Adapted to,the. could shave with,, and even the fac- -. Democratic nomination tor Sheriff -' Our , Democratic friends,, who havo aro elected, but , In . fs ,' too ing of an ordinary door lock bad mJm of Ohio county; subject 'to the Gen . . ' ' eral Primary Election, talked so much afad'so loudly about many instances this Is the exception. ground down to an .edge.' Sat. August u- -"'t . We'ivthorl tt to wuaos. o t " ,. . ibe "rule of the people" cannot pot- - In nearly all the counties of Ken- - jnciaenuy me waraen gatnsrea. 2, 1913. "Ibly have any objection to this '! .f.f Mm tinnnlA I HcirtlOrd Republican. prop- - tucky tho voters have, always nolHnti ruin" a big nolso over tho election of TOP THE DEALING DID IT. OF OUR. HONEST I WE ARE PROUD n SUCCESS vt I miim m smam r ArMlm mI if. ararMwMmw The Top fpOLISH TbTHINr nun -- honest vawes tor. Your Monet OlR - IS ..' 1", CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. ' r .. ' - .j - Hart-nominati- on ' tary like-Secre- To-nig- ht '' ; """' JI i i'W 'uurn ps'T UAZ " con-n'eot- uSTSkjLm0rt "v- W. .E. ELLIS iKBNTUCKV t ZXatG&taz&mein " iiwiimiiiw: n wni.1 mnmmvmMmi B.Jf.SK MnM'gp" w . .Hartford Beptiblican. I i t 4 Tho lot opposlto the L. & N. depot, bclonclnc to .Mr. F. L. Felix, has HHB been leased for a ball park and work was begun Tuesday 'getting tho ground In order. Material for lmlldlmr n fnncn .. .1 rt n.i1 Ditiuu nllll uuu Ki.iiiii A.AH.1 nun linnn 1inl.nl, uuu utuu uuuut the erection of saino will begin Immediately. It is tho Intention of Manngcr Casebler and others con nected with tho schema to build a crand stand with a sen. tins: cauncltv of from threo to four hundred nnd an olght-foo- t fenco around the park. This. Is an Ideal location for a ball park and when completed will bo second to none, for a town of this size, In Western Kentucky. Just as soon as tho ground Is In condition tho candidates for tho team will start practicing and from them a team will bo solccted to represent Hartford. The prospects for a good team wcro never A. B. WEDDING, brighter. Let's all get behind this to Dundee, Ky. movement and have somo good clean 41tf. Mr. J. W. Duvall, of Select, can- sport In Hartford this summer. Wo didate for Republican nomination for have been requested to announce that Jailer; and Esq. Mack Cook, of Ar- soason tickets arc on Bale at the pool Ubifrflktiiii-?k nold, candidate for tho Republican room. r5l ? fllll nomination for County Judge, woro 3V Miners Suing I. C. R. R. pleasant callers at Tho Republican offlco Tuesday. F.vprv wppIc Krinas rn rhfi Greenville,, Ky., April 21. The regMr. Nathan Rosenblatt, manager of ular April term of the .Muhlenberg is Hm nnaonlilntt ntoro here, is vlslt- - Circuit Court convened today with iinc his parents at Hawesvllle, and Judge W. P. Sandldge, of Russell-vlll- e, esline, also attended tho Odd fellow meeting pesldlngr. A largo crowd Is In at Owcnsboro this week. During his town In attendancc-anIs further augto j had just retired for the evening wheas absence, Mr. W. T. Miller, head book mented by reason of a call Issued by BEDS OF GRAND the angel of death called her to hex keeper for tho Rosenblatt store at Judgo W. A. WIckliffe, chairman of fail in up-to-dlast reward. placo here. Hawesvllle, is in his ' tho Democratic County Executive JUROR VISITED Mrs. Dcane was the daughter of Collins Mr. R. A. Nofslnger, who was form Committee for a meeting. ,. tho late Mr. and Mrs. Mercer There are several cases of consid ally in Uie drug business In this and was born and reared as to you, as N city and later moved to Hazard, Ky., erable Interest to bo disposed "of at in Owcnsboro. She was 64 years-old- , visited his friends hero this week. this term of tho court, but perhaps Webster County Juror Returns and was one of tho most lovaclosest Ho has sold his store at Hazard and the case attracting the most attenble and well known women in tlic-clty-. . Home to Find Tobacco Will stay at his old homo at Sacra tion is a suit for an injunction filed Mrs. Dcano had many friends-anmento until ho finds a location. His by the Illinois Central Railroad Comby everyone who Tyas loved Beds Were Ruined. wife has been at that ilace for somo pany against "County Judgo J. J. Rice, know her. She was the wlfo oC about thirty miners who have filed Silas M. Dean, who died about IB time. in Judgo Rico's court and the to Say, Mr. Business man; do you suits Ky.. April 21. J. E. Melton, years ago. Dixon. attorneys for the miners. Mrs. Deano is survived by four need any printing done? If you do Several weeks ago about thirty prominent tobacco planter of this children, Mrs. II. B. Eagles,- Guy let us do It for you. JVS can print by as 'many miners' county and a member of the present Allen .Deano and Edward. your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill suits were filed in against the Illinois Central Railroad grand jury, .which is making diligent Dcane; also one brother, Col. Henry Heads, Statements, Bills, TypewritCompany seeking to recover damages Inquiry into the identity of plant M. Moorman, of Owensboro, an.2. ten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, company on account bed depredators, went home last week three sisters, Mrs. Julia Thompson etc., and print them right at right of the railroad cars after the grand jury adjourned until of Mississippi; Mrs. James H. Par-ris- b, us with your next order. of its having failed to furnish prices. Try to various coal companies thereby next Tuesday, to discover that in 32tf. of Florida, and Mrs W S. Call at The Republican office. preventing the companies from giving his absence his plant beds were Wilson, of Pickneyville, 11L. tho Ken School for officers of-the plaintiffs employment. ruined. tucky National Guard will bo held In the Injunction suit the rail A number of witnesses have been Arat Fort Thomas, Ky., July road company charges the plaintiffs examined by the grand Jury In the rangements for tho school are being and I -- . i. their attorneys with having .l.lnn l,..t It fa made by Capt. E. L.D. Breckin- brought their suits in the Quarterly , rumorea kere tnat practically no In- ,.... a .1 ridge, U. S. Array, who Is assigned Court for an amount too small to per . nas iueeu bwuicu. to tho National Guard. Tne en mlt of an appeal to any other court formation Because of the sheriff being unable campment for this year will proba and, that they expect to file a large to summon more witnesses on account bly be held at either Earllngton or number of other suits in the same of the high water, the jury adjournMlddlesboro. ccurt It Is alleged that there is no ed until next Tuesday,, when it wil We this week announce Hon. D. cause of action against the railroad enter Into a more vigorous lnvestlga-- j r.b We represent theBaker Rhoads, of Beaver Dam, as a company. There is, considerable in tlon of the lawlessness. The jury Is nndiitiin fnr tho Renubllcan nomi terest manifested as to the outcome composed ot determined and tearless Mr. Mayworth Barnard returned Security Life Insurance : : " . ". ' nation for County Attorney "ojt.phio. bl the salt ' men. Wednesday night from several days county. 41 Is an attorney Mr. Rhoads The depredations have been con coun- of Chicag j visit with his father In Wayne ,t.n ctanda hleh in his profession,.! 1. Court Notes. fined to one section of the county and APRIL 25. FRIDAY, i jty, Illinois. t qualified for tno and Is thoroughly ' one of the best com,0hlo cjrcult court met here last have not been within four mllesv of Quite a number of. Hartford peo- - position. He has, served aaClty.At-torne- v ' panies doing' business Monday with Judge T. F. Blrkhead Dixon. pie attended the circus, 'at BeaYer of Beaver Dam with distinc The' Plant bed of Jim Wllllngoam, .. . .to-da-y. Greatest perM. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Dam Saturday afternoon, and also tion and is popular with al classes presiding. This is a two weeks civil centage of" assets to term, however, a few Commonwealth who lives on the Eakins farm, near 'Saturday nglht, of people. at Hartford, Ky. i cases were disposed ot, and Common- Geneva, were discovered Saturday the liabilities of any Prof. H. E. Brown has received a wealth Attorney Rlngo was on hand, nglht .to have been sown 'with grass Monday j If you have something for sale, company. iL & N. time card effective seed. Tho beds of Ben Hooper, in it in The Republican, Hart-'for- d. letter from the Colt Lyceum .Bureau to look after these caess. Aug. 21st. ' reRates are low, and gladly fur- - of Cleveland, stating, that they couia m. vs. Bruno Frey, fined $60 tho same neighborhood, are also Com'th We, Have .An ..Intirestipg.X No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. 34t annd-th- e Tilchnrt ii tin n nnnllcatlon. Stratford 'Male Quartette, tq In each of two cases and other cases ported to have boen ruined? ' daily except Sunday. , May 2. . This uo,-tfrnn Frldav. . ,-Proposition:.. . . vv. continued. .. f No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. Mr. Walter Lanferslek, of Newport, LecHartford-CollegWILLIAMS MINES. jCom'th. vs. Cliff Burden, charged except Sunday. Ky., secretary of the Socialist party number of the dally Let us explain it to was to have appeared with manslaughter, verdict of Jury, due 8:45 a. m. In this State, spoke here Monday In ture Course April 22. Work Is. much better at you. Call or write , NO. 115 South Bound some weeks ago,, but the per not guilty. here ' this writing. The miners worked five the Interest of his party. dally except Sunday. ( formers were unable to get, mere vu uomtn, vs. l.. u. hiiuiuim, em- days last week. 113 South. Bound duo" 1:46 p. m. candidate account of tho high, water, The quarNo. Mr. Hooker Williams, bezzlement, plea of guilty, and given dally except Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abner and sons, v for the Democratic nomination for tette has tho reputation of pleasing one year In, tho penitentiary. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. Rosco and Guy are visiting friends has been every audience, and at Springfield, County Court Clerk, who W. R. HEDRICK, - Hartford. The following well Known citizens in Butlfr county this ' quite sick, is greatly Improved. Ky., recently they received many of Ohio county composed the petit and relatives A. S. TANNER, - Owenslor. weeki 'Jury: J. L. Hicks, Bob Miller, L. C The Louisville Weekly Herald and praises. Who wants tho bicycle? Mr. Bill Dowell has the smallpox. During the close1 of the Methodist Taylor, L. A. Ralph, Kit Mosely, The Hartford Republican, one year Mrs. Fred Traphln and little daughWho wants tho Shetland Pony? h fnr J1.H5. Send all orders to services at the court house Sunday James Weathers, Jeff Whlttlnghlll, ter, Virginia , are visiting Dr. C. G. fine 32tf moraine. Prof. Fred Anderson was Charley Mason, Pres. Bratcher, Les Help Borne girl or boy win the ,The Republics, Hartford,Ky. week. pros lie Shultz, Esq. O. E. Scott, James Crowder and family this Shetland Pony and outfit. Will paytop price for good butcher severely stricken with nervous Mrs. Dr. C. G. Crowder and little Ho- '.cattle. Lot mo know. tration, and when ho attempted to Koown, James Caldwell, R. P. Kirk, son. Charles Thomas, visited Mr. Tom Best cash prices at Commercial rise from his chair friends noticed and Cary Keown. R. E. BALDWIN, and butter. Brown and family Saturday and Sun tel for Eggs, Chickens Dam, Ky. It Is likely that court will adjourn day. his condition. For several minuies Beaver Nail, who has been 37 Mrs. A.lva was very critical ana early next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rowe and little Indian Runner Duck Eggs for sale. his condition sick for soeral days, Is improving. physicians were summoned. Aft two daughters, Lareon and Estelle and .and 13 eggs for 50 cents. AU kinds of Chicken Feed er some time, no was ianen m Buys Remainder of Green River son, Arthur, visited Mrs. Rowe's sis MRS. J. W. TAYLOR, ILER'S GROCERY. grit8 ,nirirv to his homo on Clay street, R. 3. Beaver Dam Ky. ter, Mrs. James P. Awtry, ot west 34t4 Pool. I have Hay for sale. and has been gradually recovering. Hartford, Ky. Ky., Atfrll 21. J. M. Providence Sunday. Dr. B. F. Tichenor, of Jills city, He was able to ride down town Wed Owensboro, R. B. MARTIN, 33tf Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Pendleton and has been appointed as a delegate to nesday, and will probably be able to Vaughn-entere- d Into a contract with Copies of The Republican will be . Hartthe Southern Sociological Congress, resume his school work Monday. control of the Green Miss Kathryn Rowe were in the board of sent to all contestants la thePony which meets at Atlanta, Ga., April ford Thursday. Rlyer Tobacco Growers' Association Will be ready for- cardihj; Meinbere ot Company H will Contest. Mrs. L. G. Johnston and llttlo son, remaining Republi- 25 to 29. armory In Hartford for the purchase ot tho meet at the visited Mrs. .Virg- wool about June 15. The prizes given in Tne Any Hon. John P. Haawell. .Assistant next Saturday nglht at 7 o'clock nooled tobacco, which Is estimated Yilla4 Pendleton work, can's contest aro well worth .Western something like 100,000 pounds, at il Croddock, ot Beaver Dam. District Attorney for the and target 'prac at exercise was In Bea- one can begin bringing ing for. Kentucky, and located at for drill prices ranging from $9 to f6 tor me Miss Kathryn Rowe desiring to become Monday!' . surely be District of court tice. Those lugs and $3 for the rtash. ver Dam shopping The hardest worker will circuit attended leaf and. Pony Louisvillo, in target practice are urged Several from here attended the shipping in at anytime after .M rewarded handsomely In our This closes the 1912 pooled crop sales horn WorfnnsdAV. to be present, as the team will Boon for show at Beaver Dam Saturday: association. Contest. this Dr. Claude Wilson, Osteopath, will be selected to enter Into State comIn shipping, ILee Taylor visuea that date. Miss Anna been Mm. C. 'O. Hunter, who has boeln to make regular trips to Hart petition. Sighting and aiming, Mock Hocker Sat thought Misses Sadie and ways, pay freight. Wool will? Woman Under Arrest. quite sick for sometime, la ford, Tuesday May 6th, and will be nltv. fhn nrmv rifle will be ' urday nfght Improving. 22.-- The Commercial 'Ho given and the full "gaUery course office-Ithe to be Morgantown, Ky... April. at hla Taylor began her spring be carded and shipped Miss "Flora Fordavllle, tel on Tuesday and Friday ot each telephone-'messagDr. E. P. Rogers, of . will be fired. At last drill nine mem- Jailef' here baa received a here M day. w' bers comnletod tho gallery course at The Repub- week. Ky., say- school Toni Jones and family have as quick as possible.' We foru; was a pleasant caller from Brownsville, Mr. ' lican office yesterday. Mr. J. W. Cheek, of Askld,- Ky.. and are entitled to practice, on the ing "that Evans Basham, who broke moved to Centertown. ' nJg grease g 7,,. a jail 'here night before last, has been C. B. SHOWN, 1st Lieut. bought Mr. Hpokor Williams, who has was in Hartford Monday and left range. .Mra Mr. Will Williams has thought to with The Renubllcan' an advertise returned been dangerously 1U, ifl Tom Jones' property and will move per pound- - Jl 'F. Overtw In the professional column of this caught there arid would be mueh hotter. ' ment of his Republican will be found to jail .here at once. im Issue ot. The In a few days. will help do the carding. Foar Lena Hatcllu, coiorco, nas oeon ' 'AnVili-roboy In, Ohio county His card will bo'" found ta aaother the card ot Attorney A. D. Kirk, who j charged with bid wfl old- - may become column of this tesite.'m-caat the Harf- nlicfr in 'tail here recently further information, Death of Mrs Sallie Deane. not over 1 yea MrV'C. O. Hunter." candidate for the ord bar, Mr. Kirk attended Hart- ing Basham to break jail. Her hus In our Pony Contest. candidate Owensboro. Ky., April on "EUls and Republcian nomination "f'or County ford College" and. waa graduated from, band. Sam Ratcllff, Is In Jail here. very suddenly Mr. and' Mrs. Ernest went up In the"' jail to . visit Sallie . M. Deane died freiame his the Western Kentucky Normal at Wednesday Court Cleric, is "able Ho . IVll hniflfl Of hCr --- i Jl.sana at c Miss Hettle Rlla? him ' ,1b Louisville, returning that night. duties aa deputy clerk after several Bowltng Green. He taught Buccew-full- y ok. tho day beforo uasnam nroKo ui J.n Allen Deane, at rem It la claimed she caiTted them son. Louis; days absence on-- ' account Af9 'llmees In the bighr.sehools ot shortly before 11 o'clock Sunday , Farm Po'r Sale- -A gre"u ro-Ij- r. i i 'Hi . with tha mourns. Una and Kentucky for five years, in- - tools to break out with. Mm. Deahe had been 'comwrite C. T. 5,For particulars to also claimed her husband, night. seMoafc- - If It e RoohttMt 'girl Atiuiiv .r T r - Hlab. . .. WANTED AT"ONCB-WoK. " Hardin Jones, 'who plaining for several days, but was ElUaUthtown. Ky., Route 2, On M. H. E. FT. H. Near r'two.. studied lW la oXflcea in tne bouu Sam Ratcllff, and sentence to a term fMiin much better1 on Sunday, 'as manager of Uie to do cooking for' family w is ln'jall under Mr. Brron Barnes, Fordtvlllf 'for and JUatuoHy.ad.waa graatafl 1 all light was ooa- ' t and Work she- so expressed herself, and t Barnes .tore M Beaver Dam; the present in the. penkenllaryj would right party. Good pay every week. llceaae last pctobej-.,?Averslng with the members ot tne famBasham .had not the Jailer's Deputy sheriff 8. 0. Keowa,;?r5 Apply at once to The Republican ofi terra ot,tae ily avshort tim before! sat died.. She A vet DaaVWare pleaaaa 'oalterr wife dlacoTervA'the plot 'la time. fte.7HarUor.YKjr: JLJJJJ, v t Messrs. Fred Cooper, Harvoy Sheffield, Otha Doxtcr and Moso Maddox left yesterday for Owcnsboro to attend tho district meeting of tho I. O. O. P. A now lino of feed Corn, Oats, Bran and Sovcrcno Horse, and Mule feed, and also a nlco lino of fresh groceries. Wo pay cash and sell nt low rock bottom prices. Cull and see. It. L. DEAVER & CO. 41U. Shetland Dy a littiowortho Pony, harness and buggy will belong to somo Ohio county girl or boy. Just received a largo shipment of Armour's Crape Juice. So pood! ILEU'S GROCERY. to DIM, HELP WANTED-G- Irl help do housework and cooking. Good home for right party. Word Is light. Must furnish good references. Apply T CROWDS CONTINUE To Attend Our SELLING OUT SALE in New Spring Millinery. Our trade but we are phenomenal in every show the ladies the pecially prepared to Headwear. Don't Smith. She will be call on Mrs. Sara well give you show pleased prices. the very New Oxfords, New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Trimmings, McCall Patterns wait on in stock. Courteous salespeople you. These are our inducements. Bear mind and remember that IT this ate likJ a m verv latest Rosenblatt's. d d - PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 2. 7taz2?&&x I t 1 m Of-vaiu- e INSURANCE - ,j. v v ii e :! I WOOL CARDING - ipro-flctont or - ex-.i.- u. n e befc - anj r -- - began-practlcl- mt ll ... ...:. 1 beln. nu, -- w.o J.W.CHEEK 'h-iv- ed tttyaf''Tttai4ayf'' if;w.r, v" wvifrs. as Platof tho who may ftf Representatives, onor, President; Henry Plrtle, Sce- rntnrV' H. K. tlnnnntt Tm.i.u. humiliated upon this Ohio Covmtjr COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. form. platform, should ho bo selected by Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, FlrstAVo endorse nil tho steps tho pcoplv: In the final election, is Circuit Court T. F. Illrkhcad, Ky. SYSTEM GROWING which havo been taken by the Coun- Instructed and plcdyed to vote for Judgo; Den D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. 1. L. B. TIchonor, Hartford, R. F. 1. MldUlff, Jailer; M. U. Hnrrnsa, D. No. C. ty Republican and Progressive Exec- tho following laws: Clerk; B. K. HlrUhoad. Master Com2. E. C. Hartford, Roynolds, Ky. A measure embodying tho Initia- missioner; utive Committees, leading up to and R. T. Collins, Trusteo 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Trunk Lines Conncciing Entire Including tho call for this conven- tive mid referendum. Jury Fund: T. It. Ulack, Sheriff, 4. U. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. Kcown, O. tion to fonnulnto a platform upon G. Richard Thorccnll for nil State, District llaftford. Deputlcs-rPlummcr, Taylor Minos, System Completed Giving IJcnvcr Dam; G. 1. Jones, Routo S, Kentucky. which candidates for tho various coun- and County officials. Hartford; W. C. Karp, Rodlnc. Court ty offices and member of tho House An amendment to tho Primary convenes first Monday In February Service to 800 Patrons. Mild Knocks. of Representatives are to appeal to Election Law, providing for the elec- and continues three weeks; third If your eyes nro blindfolded a kiss voters of Ohio county for support at tion of delegates to National conven- Monday In April, two weeks; third .Monday In October two weeks. Tho management of tho Hartford from n homely girl Is just as sweet tho coming November election, under tions, and for thu selection of all County Court R. 11. Wedding, emblem, believing party committeemen. tho Republican of tho Ohio County Farm- as ono from a pretty girl. Division Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. Is best for thoso who may Every married man knows that tho that It An amendment to tho Prlmnry Elcc Smith, Attorney, ers' Mutual Telephone Co., announce Court Hartford. General Primary to know what Hon Law, providing that where convenes first .Monday In each tho completion of trunk lines connect- surest way to bo considered a liar Is Attorney Law may be expected of them In advance, there Is only one candldato of any month. ing with every exchaiiRe of the sjs-te- to tell his wire tho truth. Quarterly Court HcrIiib on the HARTFORD, KY. Another great comfort is the fact and fair to tho pcoplo of tho county party nt the close of tho time limit, fourth Monday In affording Us subscribers direct February, May, Will practice his profession in lab and efficient communication with that tho hobble skirts are beginning to know just where their candidates tho selection may ho made through August and November. stand, upon all questions of public that party's committee. Court of Clnlms-Conve- nes first and adjoining counties. Commercial eight hundred subscribers In tho to bag at the knees. A girl's nether extremities never Interest.' An nmcudmeut to the Election Law, Tuesday In January and first Tues county and long distance service and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Second. Wo favor rigid economy permitting any candldato to hnvo day In October. through Rochester to many points In get cold in winter ns long ns sho has Other County Officers C. S. Mox- In the conduct of all the business the benefit of thu votes of all parties ley, Survcjor, neck. a fur collar around her and out of tho State. FordsWlle. Ky., R. Tho Hartford Division has a plant ' When a man Is trying to please of' the county to tho end that taK-e- s which may support his candidacy by F. D. No. 2; Ilcrnnril Felix, Assesmay bo reduced to tho lowest pos having his name placed under more sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; second to none In the county and It, his wife he forgets to do lots of Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartas well a3 tho cntlro system, Is con- things that he would do If ho woro sible rate, realizing that we aro bur than ono device upon the ballot. Law ford; Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, Harttrying to please some other man's dened by tho present high taxes, Tho repeal of the odious registra- ford. ducted on an entirely mutual plan, HARTFORD, KY. State, county and town. tion certificate law, which In every furnishing telephoao service at ac- wife. JUSTICES' COURTS. Third. As a matter of economy election has mado easy tho corrupLeslie Combs. Hartford. Tuesday Tho Hand Holder's union Is tho More. W. H. Banuo and C. B tual cost. and exchange of only union opposed to shorter hours. and In the Interest of a better tion of the ballot wherever certifi- after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Tuesday Smith announce that Uwy have iform-- a A switch-hoar- d after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday Tho reason a man likes to meot business systom, wo favor placing the cates aro required. partiurshilip for tho BvJUeral irrac-tic- o nearly one hundred subscribers Is after 3rd Monday In September, Tuesnow being Installeu at Dundee anu his wife when ho Is out with a chick Fiscal affairs of the county In the of law, crojpt criminal and dlvor A measure prohibiting the uso of day after 3rd Monday In December. will bo ready for business within en Is because dynamite won't explodo hands of n commission to be com- money, with which to corrupt votJohn II. Miles, Rockport, Friday oa&ij, Mr. Smith being County Attoposed of thrco persons to bo chos- ers, and dlsIufranchlsIiiR any one nftcr 3rd Monday in .March, Friday rns Is pwvonitiod frotu practicing such thirty days. A trunk lino from Hart- If you hit It with a hammer. after 3rd Monday in June. Friday ccJsuH. Mr. Barms will individually There Is no uso denying It. The au- en by tho voters from the county at who may sell or buy votos. ford to Dundco Is now In process of .Monday In September, after 3rd construction and will bo completed tomobile has certainly affected the large; believing that tho finances A corrupt practice net. accent BUch proctloo. Friday after 3rd Monday in Offices Id of the county can better bo handled parlor lounge Industry. front within the next few days. Workman's compensation law. Hartford Republican building, Hart0. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday ford, K". During the first year of married by a smaller number of men, who A measure placing our penal Institu This telephone system has been 3rd Monday In March, Wedbuilt up by and at the Instance of life he swears by his wife, but after can be chosen entirely with their tions' under control of a nonpar after nesday after 3rd Monday in June, the farmers and other country peo- that he Is more likely to swear at business quallficatons In view. Un tisan commission. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sepder 'this arrangement tho offce of Y ple, tho Initial steps In Its Institu her. Repeal of the hunter's tax. tember, Wednesday after 3iu Mon- uay lu December. Justice of tho Peace would not be tion having been taken following and Repeal of tho dog tax. Friday John II. Miles. RocIumu-Law detracted from, but Its powers for Alphabet of Spring Time. as tho result of resolutions recomAbolishment of many needless of- after .Monday usefulness in the maintenance of or- fices created by tho last session of after 3rd Monday tu AUireli. Frlca.v - KY. mending and urging It, passed by the Among the slumbering sleepers, HARTFORD, 3rd In June. Friday der In tho various magisterial dis- the legislature. county and district unions of the Am- Drcathes the breath of spring, after 3rd Monday in September, Frl- - ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN tricts would bo far greater. erican Society of Equity and other Calling forth the creepers, A measure reforming the taxing uay nucr jru .nonuuy in December. J. C. JncKson. Ccntertown. Sut- - This office is equipped for handFourth. Tho office of county as- system of the State which will placo farmers' organizations, and the en- Drinking of waters that bring urday after 3rd Monday lu March, ling Commercial Law and Collection sessor should be abolished, and the the burdens of taxation where they Saturday tire system is owned by its subscrib- Endless chains of pleasure, after 3rd .Monday June, duties of that official performed by properly belong, Instead of upon the Saturday after 3rd Monday in Sep- Hems as well as other legal and litiers and patrons. Although In a few From beneath the sod, In men chosen by tho County Board of men who Own small homes and visi- tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday gated matters. Practice In all tho instances tho people at whose sug- Giving In the fullest measure, courts. Prompt and vigorous service. Commissioners, for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded In the In December. gestion and on whoso motion the sys- Heaven's blessings from God. --ni M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af- M. L. Heavrln'a Office. tem has been built have failed to In many lonely places, district. assessment. ter 2nd Monday In .Mnrch, Tuesday to the extent of becom Jostle the comers new, Fifth. The people of Ohio county A law giving he people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday ing patrons at a time when they Keeping their shining faces, we equal advantages with those of the after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesdeserves better roads and pledge the candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the day after 2nd Monday In November. wanted telephone service and an op- Lighted with sparkling dew. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesportunity was afforded, but as a rule More and more the flowers, nominated upon this platform If elect railroads to give us tho benefit of 2 day after the second Monday In ed, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate. not only those but the business Now seem the stars of earth, March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday to' inaugurate a system which shall and professional men have become Opening amid the showers, In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday Upon all other matters not specipatrons at the very first opportunity. Proclaiming once more a new birth, bring about this desired end In the fically mentioned herein, our candi- in August, Wednesday after 2nd .MonHARTFORD, KY. day in November. speediest and beet possible way. The system Is founded on economic Quietly fall the beams of light, date Is directed to vote In the Interest Grant Pollard. Fordsvlllo. TupbiIhv All Matters Given Prompt Attenprincipals and Its practical opera- Rays of silver and gold, Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup- of progress, and for the general welafter 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- - tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS port In behalf of every effort to im- fare of all our people. tions have been and are satisfactory, Slipping forth and putting to flight aay auer snu .Moiioay In May, ThursSPECIALTY prove our schools, for better buildand a continued strong healthful The days of chill and cold. Upon this declaration of principles day after 3rd Monday In Aucust. Thursday after 2nd Mondny in No- growth is assured. ings, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of Underneath the carpet green. this convention a course In agriculture for ever high pledge their hearty support to the vemoer. Voices may be heard, , J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after Bchool, and an agricultural experi candidates who may Whispering of a glorious scene, be nomlnatod 2nd Monday In March, Friday after ment farm located In the county. FOR FLETCHER'S at the general primary electlon.first 2iid .Monday In May, Friday aftor 3rd Xyris plants and song of bird, AN Seventh. Our sympathies are with Saturday In August next, under tho .Monday In August, Friday after 2nd Yonder from the torrid zone, the to Log Cabin, for the various offices to Monday In November. fanners in their efforts surely flown. glpn'a wealth hath HARTFORD POLICE COURT. To do any kind of Veterina obtain better prices for their pro- be voted for In Ohio county at the PLIAR RUN. , C. M Crowe, Judge; John II. r, "Elmer Lucas. ry work. Horses, mules. and ducts, and especially do we sym coming November election. city Attorney;' -- J. P.-- Stevens, having sonia fine weather We are cows need not die for want of Marshal; Court convenes second Monpathize w,tn the tobacco growers of "Mother." .., Respectfully submitted, now and all the, farmers are very day In each month. Calls answered &nd pjedge them our attention. Ohio count "Mother," Jn the good old days, it City Council J. H. Williams, Maybusy breaking ground, A. D. KIRK, day or night. StippBrt in their efforts id maintain or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. ThomIs true, used to .make the family Fidelia Stewart went to M. L. HEAVRIN, "" . as. Treasurer. Members of Council organization, whereby they this week at which place she clothes, work the family loom, raise an J. A. LEACH, Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. II. may secure, a Just reward for the toll will remain for several weeks under the. family chickens, plant the family S. L. STEVENS, Veterinary Surgeon B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper. 'l W. R. EDGE, thjS.treatment of Dr. Hoover. W. J. Beau. garden, cook the family food, churn given by them to the production Ky. School Trustees Dr. E. B. PendleH. L. CARTER, Mr. Arthur DavlB little son, the family butter, embroider the fam- of this crop. We realize that the ' ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecreIn very HI this week. ily f rooks and bear the family grief; struggle Is an unequal one and If necCommittee. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. S. Tlnslav Air. and Mrs. L. L. Trogdon spout but "mother" In those days used to essary, we pledge them our support and J. D. Duke. day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. die at an early enough ago to make to secure Government aid in main the religious flErtvrrrcq. taining public warehouses, through M. E. Church, South Services Jpjjn Snjlley. It possible for "the man of the famFOR FLETCHER'S A may hold their tobacco un morning and evening cvory first and Mr. Lorn Bmlth and Mr. Hardin ily" to take unto himself another which they third Sunday In each month. SunI buyers see fit to accord them Chapman Went to Hartford Monday. wlfo .and sometimes a third and a til the day school DM5 a. m. Prayer meetfair treatment. MP. Joseph Funk and sons, havo fourth. It there is anything that the ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. Savllle, pastor. taken the contract of sawing out the old graveyards show It Is that tho Eighth. During tho last twelve Baptist Church Services morning: material for the derrick which Is "mothers" lived hard while thoy did months the county has been imand evening every soc6nd nd fourth: to be placed near Beda by the oil live, but seldom lived long. That poverished and actual suffering has and CURE in each month. Sunday ncdol'i LUNCS Sunday m. rrayer Succeed when everything else folia. company which will soon commence "mother" today only does about beett brought about among the coal a.o a. meeting every WedIn nervous prostration and female miners on account of slack work, nesday ovcnlng. Rov. English, pastor. drilling in that section. as her husband twice as much work weaknesses they are the supreme Charged, to. tho failure of the railroad w Christian Church Service's every Mr. Frank Lake of Union Grove we are speaking of the average remedy, as thousands have testified. fourth Sunday at 11 ft. 'm. and 7. p. was in this vicinity this week, selling "mother" is tho reason, an investi to furnish sufficient cars. In order FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND m. Sunday school 9:80 !a. m. Elder W. gator avers, why the race IS degen- that this evil may bo remedied we fruit trees. B. Wright past6r. STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever aoU Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day erate. Wo do not think that the pledge our candidate for member of Removing Finger Marks. over a druggist's counter. school Wdry Sunday at 9:45 race is degenerate, but It were bet- the House of Representatives to supa. m. Finger marks on doors will quickly ter that It were degenerate than that port a measure enlarging tho powers SEORET SOCIETIES. of the State Railroad Commission 4Jsappear If rubbed with a clean "mother" should be a packhorse. ANDALL TII30AT AND LUNO TROUBLES. Hartford Lodgo No. C7C, F. and A. and making it the duty of said Compiece of flannel dipped In paraffin. Charleston News and Courier. GUARANTEED SAXISFAOXOBSfl M. meete every first Monday night mission to require all railroads to Afterward wipe with a clean cloth In each 'nionth. M. L. Heavrln, W. OB. MONEY BEFUHDED. furnish a sufficient number of cars, M,; Owen Hunter. Secretary. The Hero. in order to remove tho smell of the Hartford Chopter No. 84 O. E. S. without discrimination, to handle the oil. It Is easy enough to look pleasant, meets 'every second and fourth MonMKKMB-SEE SUCOMI spring comes along with output of coal promptly, that tho When the dny Pepper for Mice. BOOKKEEPING 'M.: Evenings. Miss Wlllyo Smith, W. SPECIAL OFFER:will miners may have steady work, and a rush; MIbs Ellzahoth Miller, Secretary. T)U to kaOi IUv.BmUm Atrial Buslrrew.Phefioflraphy we also pledge our support for any Cayenne pepper Is excellent as a Roueh River Lmlirn N'n 110 Hita you our Mrauntnl cmatnnur. But the fellow worth while TYPEVRITINGahd J0f Pythias meets every Tuesday oven- PllZgCvlrtttrgl other wlso measure, having for Its means of ridding a cupboard of mice. Is the ono who can smile TELEGRAPHY ing. w. tr. Anucrson, C; J. Ncy I UUanMKT1M.TmMKIlVM,IMUVUl. The floor should bo gone over caro-lull- y When he slips and sits down in object relief from this Intolerable sit WlLIURR.SMin Foster, K. of R. & S. m bmi s rt uation. and each hole stopped up with y; Lipplncott'8. tho slush IU PrwMnt hi years pffzkcrfotK, o inrVui(U Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Writ Meatha thin Paper. Ninth. Wo condemn tho present a piece of rag dipped In water and 7W moots every first and third Thursday AAMAMWMAMWMWWVW nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; Democratic administration of KenSpeaks for Itself. then in Cayenne pepper. SEND lO CENTS L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. MMMllMIU4HlirtMlWttUTlnH When you see a man und awoman tucky for Its extravagance through UMIIM.H W W1W ni ftlf Ill, Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. Bright Things. Increase of salaries, creation of count-los- s, - Bt..4- sitting together In the theater solinnian Miuni tiM a ' nut BMk.ti Alia all iiial &a - - - VKsiadiaA a i moots every second and fourth Fri'" ,?; "Tir needless offices, and enormous Why not look for tho bright things emnly reading the jokes on the proday nights In each month. C. M. Bar-not- t, Noble Grand: W. R. Hmlrtrir. In every condition or circumstances gramme between tho acts you don't appropriations which have resulted oocroiary. in tho largest Stato debt in many in life? Surely It will glvo ono moro have to bo & mind-readto know Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. pleasure now and additional pleasure they are married. Lipplncott's. years, and which la sure to remeetB every second and fourth Satwhen called up again. There is no urday nights In each month. Losllo quire an Increase In taxation through object In nature whclh docs not pos Bennett, Council Commander; W. C. Jealous. some form. We condemn It for its Wallace, Clerk. sess some bright spot, and, if wo "will First Satanic Imp. Who' the passage of the Confederate pension Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., ' patiently seek It, pleasure will bo thu arrival? lie's making quite a bill and Its refusal to pay these meets ovory first and third Friday result Ladies! aTS Money and Keep ia hit. uiguia in eacn montn. Airs. Attyo men, many of whoso claims hare Apply this to men there ma) he Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Second Satanic Imp. Traveling sal- been proven for months, under the Style by Reading McCalTa Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Imllar results provided tho same esman, I guess. OVd Rabelais and pretext that the bill is unconstitutional W?t Magazine and Utiag McCaU Patten Koystone Chapter No. 110. n. a. disposition Is exercised. Every man, Munchausen aro sore as pups over al, although having appointed offiM., meets evory- (hlrd Saturday night McCtirMutilatirJU unless he has violated every law of something. Puck. MSQULS imZIXf. cials under tho act, who are drawbelp jou dress in eacn montn. Jonn T. Moore Hieh at s modems hatity and honor, has a bright spot Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. &avvm . ing their salaries. We condomn It qxpenio br keeplDf AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. Cabbage and Rice Soup. In his character. It It Is found, it you posted on lbs for its failure to place the Penal In hnmA th.N WBM ..M ft l..n BVHUy National Officers President, Ira M. M.W HW1 latest la May become tho means of restoring Take half a small white cabbage, stitutions of the State under a nont&UclGihoj Uihlom to rilfht ouInsure euros- by getting J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presiand bats, wear ana New 1'iublon Detlrni him to his right mind. 'Aud, when remove .all the.' stalk and cut Uje partisan commission; refusal to pass dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; , cleim wltaout a flicker down to lu oicb luus. Also this desirable result Is roaohed, ho loaves in rather largo pieces. Put a workman's compensation act; a oecroiary ireas., m. u. TanK, Wau-saT.lluaLU liifonnillnn the laat drop. J'onnirlvaoia on (II bomo aud per- crude ell reflned to perfection. Wis. mmr be induced to grow Into a noble theso with half a cup of, washed rice corrupt practice sot; and for lowering tonal manors. CoiU no more than tat tank Onlr ' State Officers President, J. H. xample oft manhood, and honor to Into two quarts of light stock and the school .per i x te. We also confifM ft fir fni1i1ln wuroa kind mvm UOtiKX Princeton, Ky.; Vloe Presift t'v TC( WORK-MV- M liailero. Bub-. bsself and a 'blesslqg to his family add I cJf a can of tomato soup. 'Sea- - domn the un'anl-'i- . dent, J. H. Buniey, Muhlenberg Co.; tridency of the crij fvday or aeotlf' Tour doUr bu 80LXTS Oik ' mmmanmmmm . w Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, i '.o taste., and Wends. ') . COOT. State officials, fron) Governor down, McCUraltrMtilleuMi!'., mm 4- Calhoun, Ky.; Organiier, T. H. a, A bright 'and happy disposition fc to 'play politics, by looking ahead own bomo. wlib yuirnn Imiiut nakelnyour Hartford, Ky. Toan.lf and CaUCrm whlcU vlll bi2tfoct rich possession ( and it kIvob one ,.Not Big Efapngh to Go 'Round. fpr some .other Job, Instead of, lookIn atLnd et. Members State Executive Board tWiio hliher ttSJaW decided advantage in the struts to "One hundred ' ways to cook an ing .after the vital Interests of the Bea Watson, Webster county; J. W. . Jjn.Seod for ftp- - iviiwu CaialbruJ ... - - P.!. '.--rt- - iwr- itiunr life. It lightens the gravity of lUaic." read Mrs.. Kwivwnrt tmm of " Dunn. Daviess .couBty: Henry Plrtle. people of the state, whom they aVa KripUOQl .amoooMUr floods. SADdfetijeo'i j ". IMaenr at WimM.' v Ohio couaty; B. I, Ray. Hardia counurdena pressing d6Vtftfpon the souf Icootf fc&k. "OJudearJ I can only. cook sworn to nSrve. Premium Catalogun and Cull rnioorrtf. '. ,tff 'IttrcteC ty: C. Q. Davenport," Warren' county. mtuiu.mtm.tsihuc7r-v,mivc- - aui ou. t the same time, Induces 'speedy ! this c0w once!' Judge. Tenth. Our 'candidate for member Ohio county offwert B, Tien- - NEW TELEPHONE recovery of ono's redlfcetnlncss, tho cxcrclso of which Is toward successful methods and results. Wlso and skillful approval of 'effort Is a groat factor In tho various fields of nctlvlty. Tho man who possesses such a disposition receives a hearty wolcomo Into any society or community and his Influence for good Is universally recognized. Ex. The RepubHcatf-fo-ogressiv- e Houp 1 Directory S. "jj'DirjEaar.'imniL at i Otto C. Martin m Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ARTHUR L D. KIRK1 Attorney at J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public OhloCntr Children Cry JSASJQQJRIA M. I PREPARED W1I-soi- Ow-ensb- W. H. RILEY " Del-toe- rt, Hartford, t f Children Cry CASTOR A KILLthc COUCH the Electric Bitters SEEDS' Dr. King's New discovery ?m hai3acL fc a I to-dt- SWi ,...!. -- j.f.fcw,wM"iaawKii '"! - i er If,. : thmLmmpOilthmi Eym iijl-Isb- lr uh u, !''.' L ' a, c. ska m a; Bal-mal- "', -- ." ( n u Tnmtii fftwvwaiBiMaw -- nr MAKE PROFIT FROM CHICKENS Rules Governing Fony Contest. 1. Any boy or girl not over tho age ot 1C years, living in Ohio county, may enter tho contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, 1913, and shall close on Saturday Juno 23, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will bo printed in Tho Hartford Republican for tho first four weeks of tho contest. Thoso coupons when properly filled out may bo voted by anyone for nny contestant. To bo complete they must tho border. To be counted they must be brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to tbls office on or before tho date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants will bo furnished with receipts to bo given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many sample copies of Tho Republican as desired. 4. Special voting coupons will be Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can be vot ed at any tlmo during tho contest. Tho number of votes indicated will In no manner be changed during the progress of the contest. SCHEDULE OF VOTES FOR SCRIPTIONS. One year SUB- Children Cry for Fletcher's Lucrative Side Una for Farmer Will Make Who Most of It Fowl Destroy Many Insects. be- v Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bonglit, and which 1ms been iu uso for over SO years, lias homo tho signature of and lias been made under bis per uonal supervision since Us infancy. Allow no ono to dccclvo vou in tills. " nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments tbut trlfluwltb and endanger tbo bcnlth of Infants und Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good coming moro numerous each year. In many cases these are paying good returns on the money invested, but their effect on tho supply or eggs ana Specialized poultry farms are Nature's laws ore perfect if only we obey them, but disease follows disobedf' encc. Go straight to Nature for the cure, to the lorest; there ore mysteries tbere tree, some ol which vro can fathom for you. Take the bark of the wilh mandrake root, Oregon grape root, slone root, queen's root, bloodroot aJ golden seal root, make a scientific, glycerio extract of them, with Just the riflef proportions, and yoii have Wild-cherry DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists and pharaw cists, many months of hard work experimenting to pertre this vegetable alterative and tonio extract of the great? efficiency. 9siSBBK-A- Castoria is a harmless substitute- for Cnstor Oil, Pare gorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotlo mibstunco. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms nnd allays Foverishncss. Tor more than thirty years it lias been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea, It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend - What is CASTORIA dressed poultry for our largo markets Is but as a drop in tho ocean, it is for tho small flocks of 60 to 300 fowls kept upon tho farms as a elde line that we must depend for our supply of poultry products in the future as in tho past, says Prof. P. O. HOiaen in the Farm and Homo Poultry Annual. No other branch of ngriculture Is represented on so many farms. Tho cen sus for 1910 shows- - that 88 per ceni. of all farms reported keeping poultry. In no caso can tho business bo made so profitable as where it Is conducted as a side line of general fanning. It is possible to allow chickens .ssssBBVl TnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfcaBafe'Wi S hvH vTva J Mn. C. W. Pawixt, of Mlllvlllo, Callf.,wrltes : " I wbav to tell you that I liavo used your ' Golden Medical DI covery' In my family for twenty years. Wo have had a doctor called In but onco tlurlns that tlmo. I havo a family of ton children, nil well and hearty, for which, to a great extent, wo owe thanks to you and your ' Ooldcn Medical I llarni'nrv rr.il ' TVllnli' wh'eli va iim v!icn sick." P'j'J C. W. Pawlcv, Esq. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate nnd invigorate stomach, livrr Kn-- i uovcn, suiar-coote- a, tiny granules. c . JAMES & CO., First Class Liverymert r Centertown, - Kentucky. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Barred Plymouth Rocks, to range through many crops that are grown on the farm without damage test. 6. Votes can not be bought, and to tho crops and by such practice settf flTIV 00 11.35 cure double returns from the same MMMn lD.ll.fi 4 rt flf Rkpubucan and Louisville Herald jtestant, may not be transferred to Thk land, piece of In Us 1.50 nrrhnrria or cornfields are Ideal for another. All subscriptions securea The Republican and Courier-Journa- l. THC CtWTU COWWWT. TT MUKWAT BTWItT. WCW YOWK CtTT. with the together this purpose and the presence of the by contestants, 1.75 chickens in them is beneficial rather money for same, are the property of The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at than detrimental, as they will destroy The Hartford Republican and must be 1.60 largo numbers of Insects injurious to this office. Subscriptions The Republican and Home and the crops. The movable colony house turned into name of one contestant 1.75 which Is rapidly coming into general taken in the The Republican use on tho farm makes it possible to may not be transferred to another POSITIONS GUARANTEED3.60 scatter the chickens out over the In any manner, but must be turned The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald fields. iln to this office and counted for tho you a position IT you will GUARANTEE 3.50 Thin method la esneclally valuable ono in whose name they were se- The republican una uaiiy uwensooro inquirer ua real soon. We need many moro at once to supply the enormous demand for handling the young stock, as It cured. Any contestant dropping out graduates. As soon aa wei k?et tlienqulred for our O'borb Messenger 1.75 gives freedom to the birds. The re- ot tho contest will lose the votes The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k number of students thle offer wiU be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. sult will be stronger, more vigorous cast for them. 1.75 .birds. By moving the house close to 7. Contestants, or their friends, The Republican and Kentucky Farmer the fields whore small grains have anything about tipnn hnrvnated the birds aro able to need not tell anybody New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 Lturn into profitable gains the shelled their votes; if they do, they must The Republican and 1.60 grain and scattered heads whicn re- tell the truth or they will be ruled, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer BUSINESS COLL.EGE main on tho field. out of tho contest. MCtsroa4TBD oxoi vr. ncnwAKTZ RRTADUintD 1B4 8. No subscription may be taken The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 LOtJISVItiliE. KT. SPRING WORK IN THE GARDEN for more than five years in advance, but In addition an old subscriber may Early Vegetables May Be Grown Be- pay all arrears owing and votes will tween Rows of Tomato Plants VsalstsYftaLtf be issued accordingly, thus, say lor 60 YEARS' Long Before Latter Are Up. HHHEXPERIENCE a total of seven years: 2 years ar Grotm "Full of Life" Northern years 01 Buektxt'a m4 space in the garden rears COO votes, 5 years in advance Much of the have a. rrDiititiou of sS .may be double cropped where the soil 2,000 votes, total 2,500 votes. successful swd growing behind them. It pajn u Slant the bett. 9. Voting coupons and subscrip. is kept free from weeds and hand hoeSeasonable Specialties: ing is thoroughly done. To illustrate: tions must bo sent direct to the ConBBANS . Earliest Red Valentine . Sow a row of onion seeds and, about test Editor. Money sent by mall must ' .. t Refucee Hxlra Early "' Traoc Marks . . wT two or three Inches distant, a row of be registered, money order or check, New&trinRlcM Cretn Pod . Si 70 Bushel nrtlRNS 4 Kidney Wax U V Bushel WantwcU's Imp. sots, or buttons of the evergreen onion. C COPVRIOKT otherwise The Hartford Republican Da Is New White Wax . . UlS Bushel djeertrtloiiBiaT Anynna sending a akelrh and free These will grow and be eaten before Cunle's Rust Proof Wax . fe jo Bushel responsible for It !n0Ten'W.Uprob.blyp.to..tbU Cornmuntra. black seed fairly starts growtn. ur will not be held PBAS the lorsMrietiycinnaamii. for aann.. Extra Early Alaska . . . Sisa. Bushel and a row of let- In any way. a row of onion sets I'.. I f7e Oldest PaMju. 5JO Bushel New Early Gradus tasen tErouih Muim A t . Horslord's Market Carden . 130 jiusnei tuce, or radish, together. A row of 10. Votes can be secured only by Heads Buckbee'a Lightning Express Is" Bushel parsnip, or carrot, and a row of sets, the means set forth in these rules. sUsUth. Tomato and a full lineefl Lettuce.. Bill Heads or lettuce, or radish. One will mature Seeds, flints and Bulbs at lowest growing prices. 11. No contestant will receive any Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of A handsomely lllnttralad jreaMy. and be used before the other, and both aid from The Hartford Republclan s quote prices. our requirements and will are hoed and hand weeded at onco as Buy direct from the grower Sa e Money. about any contestant's vote. No count swoel Write today. Mention this pP. MUNN&Co.3e,BrtNewYgrk readily as If alone. A row of along-sld- ot the votes will be made at any peas may have early vegetables to advantage. Early vegetables time, until the final count, when the It laCoBacibMSt., aKlfart See Ptnrj. KcMonJ.K may be grown between rows of tomato winners will be announced. The Oai-l, plants, melons or cucumbers, and hnx will be in plain v'!W In usod, or marketed, long beforo theli this office. The box will be Becurcly comrades occupy the ground. locked and the key deposited at the fl z a At. . r !.4.At Atimci mwA Hubbard squash and pie pumpkins Bank ot Hartford until tlmo (or fino oxner priiinsu iwiissa os miAn potatoes set and planted among early promptty count. S and "f fmmlim.'9s mature their fruit after the potatoes nal r; bn ail oounirits. wwim " boy or girl, 13. The contestant, ripen and their tops die down. Ground THAT PAadrrtiMUiamttiorou(tur,atour ) I ubuh, aodlslp you to sueossa. FREE repors early peas may bo set to late who receives the highest number of 4 sown to Bsndmodsl. (Hoto or sketch ror UR- W years' praeUee. on patentability. cabbage or sown to winter radish 01 votes will receive a first class, gentle turnips after the peas mature and art and well broken Shetland Pony towrite to Book on frotltable ratenta removed. This late working the soil gether with a (ull set o( harness B acsvsnrs D. O. MeCAIX PATTERNS WHINOTON. kills hosts ot weeds and rreventa them and a pony buggy and will be given perfect St. simplicity and Celebrated for style, maturing seed after August 1, we relisbility nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly count Is made. if city and town In the Un ted SUt.s and time when garden weeds usually ma- to the winner after ? Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than The contestant, boy or girl who re ture seeds. Send lor free catalogue. any other make. ceives the second highest vote win a, atcCALlS MAGAZINE any othei fashion rpcetvn a S30. bicycle: If boy is win More subscribers thsn Machinery. . Farm T . magaiine-rollll- on a month. Invaliub e. Lat. dressmaklnir, millinery, Numerous Investigations upon this ner, a boy's bicycle and 1( girl is est styles, plain iewlng. fancy' needlewo.k, Calrdress Ing, farm machinery question have brought winner, a clrl's bicycle. Tho contest cents F etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 60 pattern.a out that the life of farm machinery de- ant, boy or girl, who receives the double). Including a lubscrfTe today, or send for sample copy. pends a great deal on the owner. The third highest ote will receive a $15 aiiWBIWS BULBS SUCCEED. 1 J WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS .same Identical machine or implement gold brings premium catalogue watch. Vi' to Agents.cashPostal offers. Address 'will last twice as long with one man prise ft.rftlaL OFFER'. k' T and new . F . V. U.letA. yoik 14. Three competent and Impartial as It does with another.. The difference McCJiu. co. na u Ms w. nia su raw OU cub r .?. i.V.., wn.i tsarmAnent . , irialWIIIHiaav sv- r f Usmtjr. .fSasaJsiasvw..-.- i In duration Is In favor of the ma- Judges will be selected to count tho r money ref undo?. chinery that Is housed. All leather votes on hour tho contest closes. W Sniivanlr CollecllOHm .uim hui 1 Hannv ?hi crM. or woman, who has never suffered from belts and canvas parts Bhould be taby entering .1. IU L.lx U.UN ncui nw 13. All contestants, -."'T. Ufcs.w m, wwwww I iTii.Tu. ssa 1'iasin In v... i ken from the machine and stored any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a this contest, bind themselves to acnM!-iurlTriisSrii. initimi a dry place and In a place freo from cept sufferer, happy Is she if she has learned of the' Wonderful and abide by tho (oregolng rats and mice. A tew of these rodents iiTasiaAriaav w r".-a benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonicl a great amount of - -- mm """ I can doshort time. Figure damage in ol rules. The publishers o( The HartI 16. the cost very PROCURED AWOOErENrj Cardul is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. u.su Mia HMI1 taaarsurtlea I l s.1. Ill.aaaKaaJ ..i. your machine and the per cent. II ford Republican shall at all times u tt a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. ,ww .;any in l?VJBlZslavBkUMRIMU. see you the and glad Jfuslxtu atrtrtvu r. m'.." l"n"""1'.i.. w a stMiimMN tawUan I rarns onaffordInvestment and well. If The be willing In regard to (urnlsn u has hoan in iirrfccftii use for more than 50 years. It sm"yTKTTriZas.TMtfeUMiaiU to shelter it cannot to tho contest. formation m-- w I kTOaSR-2?-,-r- " be added to the life of years that will has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. 17. The hour of closing the. con Writs or eome sous as m- - I iTTwi It will offset the first coBt many times test will be announced by publicaTil Sliasa Stress, aeae Wahrf States raises aooajoaB. iu. k H. R. IIKalfej n wiamnuiMni "Zl over. tion in the issue ot tho week preceding the close. Ebb More Profitable. Thn nmduction of eggs on the farm - A Logon the Track. Is always more profitable than the production ot market poultry. Lesa of the fast express means serious equipment is necessary to carry on trouble ahead. It not reraoveJ, so Mra Marv Neelv. .of Denver. Tenn.. says, "I think the business and the product Is ready 'does loss ot appetite It means lack tHr t nn inn lr on earth, as sood as Cardui, I used it as produced. It for market 'as soon strength and norvo POSITIONS' the greatest profits are to be1 secured of vitality, loss of with the very best results. I had backache and nearly Elec Vm from the business some attention must weakness. If appetite falls, take tPutmnJU everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. be given to the proper selection, feed- trie Bikers quickly to overcome the tMMOJi Now, I .(eel better than I have for two years. I shall ing and care of the poultry. Tfes cause by toning up the stomacn anu I ready for the mar- curing the Indigestion. Michael product should be always recornmend Cardui to other suffering women, I ket when the prices are bighest Lincoln, Neb., had been of nraUn 'h tan hlphlv. As a medicine for weak, tired, sick over three years, but six doi- women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try H, todajf worn-o- ut Mlna. fttraw for put him rigni straw (or betMlavc, tles ot Electric Bitters Using plenty of They havo help-. "--" wnmm. V..T.-lZ.s-r..M-Mmw7ig Improves the quality or toe manure on his feet again. " .iu ?Atocr) ww. . If, SSSM ssstssas. They give pure blood, and keeps the land la good coaditlos ed thousands. ifj W?lK Only because it provides Uusaits, sad au strong nerves, good digestion. arwprtff cfi 11 s4L m 50 cents at all druggists, astti Is Beoessary $1.00.... 200 votes years 2.00.... D00 votes Two 3.00.... 1,000 votes Three years 4.00.... 1,400 votes Four years 5.00.... 2,000 votes Five years 5. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their ImI mediate family, may enter the con Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Kind You Have Always Bought For Over 30 Years Farm....:..; andTwice-a-WeekOwensborolnqui- WE X Address all orders to x Sii..i SEEDS Jj-t- THE REPUBLICAN. t i M !VAiIiiuIJcj .... Y OUK Letter Nivl-ftliftAd- . Scientific JUmricam 4 &, H. W. BUCKBEE o t Envelopes Cards ot J Statements r&s"M2&& miBv BPV ,) TRAOt-MARR- xsz. yssmw NJ'fHH' panes' (mWyfli) I StteeiAl Attenton wjp'ww In The Republican ai!"' OS-BO- rei .bs) i II r Job Department. I F BULBS a m. w-- ..:r' ) .,.,,..1 n-r u -u Be Happy ! - lo-a- wpjr,n ---- ... .SK'Z.y..uu .... n. TrawEfa w. rr r Cardui .,' uv fi J4cVr .T&JW&'Z Hess-helm- er GfeygjSajsi&MVf' Gre,fr T '.waiinsiw 4JteKNiesWWSsaWi. ,.' -i-31 l&k 2. V; - SETTING v GOLD GIRL GETS MONEY; FROM OCEAN ' i SaltWater Scheme Used Oii'.Gullible Public Many Genuine Attempts Have Been' Made but all Have' ' g Failed Dismally. Various" Inventors havo. been work-3nfor years on' the theory thatthdre Js plenty ot gold In sea water If only some jirocoss ot, extraction could be rtlcvjlopcil. er A few years ago Kev. l'roscott J. Wizard Jcraegan Was the day his bubble t the hoar. From the iurst and ho left for Europo nobody seems to Know what has become of Alio. Jernegan, who posed as a Baptist clergyman, and C. E. Fisher, aonoc. a floorwalker In a New. York department. etore and before that a diver, got together In the fall of 1896 and tor a whole year carefully considered the problem ,of extracting old from salt water. It Is true thelr wbole field. of thought compassed the accessory aiio- of salt water as an .only, the real material from which jUus gold waa to be extracted being .the American poople. Very artistically Jernegan, to whom was left the matter of publicity! some vague rumors to leak out. "A leading clergyman had a device. The .marvelous money-matin- g world was soon to be stunned by a Jact that would make the possessor of the original secret so rich that all She multimillionaires would bo paupers In comparison." When they had stirred up public curiosity Jernegan and Fisher went to Now England and there set up some myBterlous machln-ersalt-wat- per-jnltt- ed y. . wharf, and at the sea ..end of this the two erected a cheap fnmA shnntv about eisht by ten feet in size, with a square' hole' cut through the floor and looking directly down intD about fifteen feet of water. An electric wire from a small battery was run along the piling of the wharf and attached to ml mysterious box, with heavy iron clamps and holes all through to permit of free- passage of ifac water back and forth. Finally the great secret was divulged these two men had discovered .a way or taking all the gold they wanted from the salt water at a cost .so trifling that It was ridiculous to mention It. Two wealthy uersons, one sl Providence jeweler .and the other .a New York florist, were approached hy Jernegan with what seemed to be such a trustful and childlike proposal that they both embraced It eagerly. Jt was that, all his apparatus being Teady for experiment, they would come to the shanty on the wharf prepared to go through a night's vigil .and witness the result1, accompanied by any scientific friends they cared tto bring along. The idea,' as outlined by Jernegan, wan to send a current into a pan of .mercury held wlttyln the box, the - On Narragansstt Bay'-Ava- s an old, thcn''bclng' senfto'the bottom of tho sea and drawn up after several hours,- when It would toe found - ihot the mercury had absorbed gold trom the ocean. When tho night of the experiment rcamc the box was prepared in the Lshanty, two chemists, friends of the .capitalists, bringing their own mer-veuwith thoni. The box was lowered io the bottom and then the party of Jflie began their wait. Soon after daylight Jernegan announced that It was Jtime to draw tho box up again. This was done, 'and "tho 'whole party eagerly set to work to find out whether tany gold had been received. When the chemists announced that gold to tho 'value ot $14 was found mixed with the quicksilver all were stunned .by tho discovery and realized at once She vast possibilities In more exten-.islv- o operations, the original 'experiment having been1 practically made with a toy apparatus. The story spread llko wildflro and tho modest Jernegan was' prevailed upon to organize a company. Stock was sold, and; after getting possession ot thousands of dollars, the promoter sailed away to Europe. Tho auccess of the great experiment was explained afterward. Fisher, tho diver, had gone out from the shore in his suit, opened tho box and, taking out the mercury that bad been brought by tho chemists, substituted .a vial ot hla own that had been strongly Impregnated with gold. Both before and since the Jernegan fraud many attempts have been made to extract gold from salt water, jonio of them fraudulent, some gen-irfand. based on scientific grounds 2aU hav from time to time appealed to deep students. But all so far .'ixavo failed dismally. Though traces ry ne Los Angles, Cal., April 21. llttlo game of love, Joseph W. Allen, under nrrcst hero charged with havMADE AT HOM- Eing embezzled about $7000 from the First National Bank of Canadian, Tex., got tho cruel double cross, lie , did not know until this afternoon of gold are to bo found In salt wat- I that Miss Grace Nccdham, formerly er, commercial application Is prac 'a school-teachat Kansas City, Mo., tically Impossible. to whom he had been sending money In Los Angeles since January 1, had married F. S. Fountain of Nashville, TARIFF BILL Tenn., a younger and handsomer man, shortly after her arrival here. DESTRUCTIVE Not until tho young woman failed to keep nn appointment to meet Al len, a' tho depot upon his arrival (Continued from First page.) Thursday afternoon did be begin to suspect that she was untrue to him tlon by a majority or our poople In A)lcn said at the County JaU'ithat ho favor of the revenue tariff plank In and tho young woman had corrcs ponded regularly slnco alio came to the Democratic platform. . "Tho party now In power repre- Los Angeles. "Miss Nccdham represented to me sents only a minority of the voters that sho wished to buy a small notion In the Nation. "Without the aid ot nonpartisan, store here and I sent her money to tariff commission, in- make a payment on It," Allen con scientific telligent and beneficial tariff legis- tinued. "She kept asking for more money and I sent It. Finally, 1 lation Is Impossible." sup- thought sho was going too strong Senator LaFollette wlU not port the Wilson tariff program. He and I refused to send any more. Then has announced that he will have a she sent an appealing letter stained tariff bill of his own. This means with tears, In which she said that that he will reintroduce his wool bill she would lose her "storo if I did not providing for about thirty per cent send her more money. Then 1 deduty on that product and will have cided to come to Los Angeles. to "She niado an appointment bills for other schedules a little above those which were worked out as a meet me at the train. When she did compromise with the House Demo- not show up at the depot 1 began to crats in previous Congresses and ve- suspect that perhaps something was wrong, but her marriage is a com toed by President Taft. Senator Cummins will Introduce plete surprise. There was nothing In bills covering the wool, cotlon and her letters to indicate that she had steel schedules, and Senator Brls-to- taken such a Btep." Allen does not recall how much will offer amendments to the Income tax provision. Senator Pen- money he sent to the young woman. I.lp-pl- tt but officials of the Canadian bank rose will reoffer the bill, and Senator Smoot will believe that he gave her a largo part probably have a bill providing du- ot the $7000, alleged to have been ties substantially like those of the embezzled. At first It was reported present Aldrlch scale, with a few that the shortage at the bank was about ?3000. Capt. itobt. Moore of trifling changes. Senator Cummins expects to make Long Beach, Cal., one of the owners an active fight on tho Woodrow Wil- of the Texas bank, was Informed toson bill. "I shall fight this Demo- day that the shortage Is consider cratic tariff just as vigorously as I ably more than that amount. A little bit of alleged "high fi fought the Aldrlch bill," said Senator Cummins, "i have fought the Al- nance" by the young woman result drlch bill because I looked upon that ed In the disclosure of her marriage. measure as oppressive. 1 shall fight When attorneys brought suit and at this bill because 1 regard It as pro- Inched $1000 deposited by her, on the portionately dangerous. I believe in grounds that the money was part of equtlizatlon of the tariff and wish to the funds alleged to have been stolen see a reduction of the tariff. I am by Allen, It was learned that she not, however, in favor of free trade had two days previously transferred or and I be- the account to F. S. Fountain. Delieve the revision proposed by the tectives then began an Investigation Democrats will work a serious harm to learn tho Identity of Fountain. Fountain and his wife dropped ou to the Industries of the United States. It Is just as bad to go to one ex- of sight tho day previous to the of Allen. It appears that they treme as to the other." 'Progressive Senators will put for- were alarmed by the coming of Allen. ward the permanent tariff commis- They have been diligently sought by sion plan as their answer to the detectives, but no trace of them has Democratic tariff. Senator Polndex-te- r been found. They told an acquainIs strongly In favor of the com- tance that they were going to San mission Idea. "I would go so far," Diego. Little is known of Fountain, ox,-said he, as" to take the tariff tinkering absolutely out of the hands of cept that he came here with letters Congress and our local politics and of reference from the First Nation oreate a commission of permanent al Bank of Evergreen, Ala., and the high-pricexperts a commission Cumberland Telephono Company of which would challenge as much re- Nashville, Tenn., and that he was spect and have as much authority as employed here as a bookkeeper at the Interstate Commerce Commis- the Edison Electric Company. Officision has today in its regulation of als of the latter company said that he left there on short notice. railroad rates. "I would have Congress lay down The woman was a teacher In a certain principles to guide the com- commercial college In Canadian when mission in adjusting tariffs and then Allen met her. He was a director In leave the matter In the hands of tho the same institution. commission. There are certain principles which could bo followed. The Man Around Town. "They ought to take Into consideraMany complaints are heard around tion the proportion ot imports to the Hartford from various people about total manufactures of any particular chicken thieves visiting their hen lino ot goods and the aim should be houses. Here's a prediction: Some guy to place our manufacturer on an even is going to have to call a doctor to footing with the man abroad with pick tho shot out of him, it this kind whom ho must compete. ot business continues. "Taking into consideration the difference In cost of production at homo Swat tho fly. and abroad tho commission might Theso are tho days of wearlsomo well be charged with tho full re- practlcq for school children for the sponsibility for making tariff rates." Commencement exercises, and tho graduates are beginning to make tho Fony Contestants. woods roar with their declamations and orations. LEWIS GItAY BROWN, Hartford. OSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford Hartford Is on a boom, and there's .MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. a good opportunity for some manuTULA Qf KINO, route 2, Hartford. facturing setabllshments. WILLIE FORD, Horse Branch. The Idea ot teaching every girl to RUBY NEAL FAUC1HT Centertown. thump tho piano, and evory boy to DAVID SMITH, McHenry. be a bookkeeper will make potatoes VICTOR OLLER, Fordsvllle. worth $8 a barrel in twenty years. OAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. Mr. Harold Holbrook, who has been sojourning in New Mexico for the RUSSELL EARP, Roalne. past several months for his health, BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. Is expected home in a few weeks. His OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. friends will be glad to know that hla ELLIS KINO, Hartford. health Is greatly improved. KARL HOOVER, Hartford. MYUTIE ASHLEY; R. 4, Hartford. The annual value ot poultry and LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartford. eggs sold U more than that ot the er w al ed - A Royal Baking Powder Hot Biscuit is the luxury of eating sliver, gold ahd pig Iron produced. There Is millions of money In poul try and egg, and but small capital BANKER DRAWS CELL required. The annual Import of eggs In England approximates 100,000,000 dozen, hud Into tho United States 17,- InLure of False Fiancee Climaxes 000,000 dozen a year. Hero Is an dustry In which tho demand Is greater than our homo supply. in Texan's Arrest As MUMI oys' sail Hi i Suits! JAV Embezzler. Is being taken by the boys and girls ot Ohio counyt In tho Shetland Pony contest that Is being In a carried on by this paper. Much interest Spring Is hero without a doubt; the Btnall boy has dotted his shoes and stockings, donned his last year's straw hat and with his ikjcUcU full ot marbles can bo seen dwon on his knees In tho .dirt deep In tho mys tcrics of knucklo and two. A few days later when tired of marbles you will find him on the banks of a crook with a can full of worms, a hickory polo and a fish line, having a glorious time. Tho buds In tho trco will hardly show a tint of tho green before he will bo swimming, taking cramps and Just missed being drowned, having oceans of fun, bad colds and soro throats. Oh, halcyon days of youth, oh spring tlnio ot life, of s, days of mumps, measles and all too quickly you fly; the boy grows to nlanhood; old ago grows apace, a fow years and ho totters on tho brink of the gravo; yet a man never grows bo old but that In the spring when tho boys first get out with their marbles ho will stop a moment to watch the game and memory will recall dnys long since past. Btono-bruisc- Owing to the garment 'makers strike in New York, our Boys' -- Suits have been delivered by piece meals. But now our en- tire purchase of Boys' and Children's Suits are ready for you boys to see. We are showing quite an assortment of nifty suits a in Norfolks and D. B., J. $ P. A Hartford husband on being told that his wife lost her temper, replied that he was very glad of It, for It was a bad one. Candidates every where county. can bo found nearly these days in Ohio suits. We have our boys' suits made with all the pockets that a d little fellow desires. PEG TOP PANTS and Belt Loops. Boys, they are right up to the W minute in style. You need not be so particular about the size of your purse. We B can match it with a nice new S suit, and we have every size 1 from 3 years old up to 18 years old. We have all Tho Hartford base ball club will soon begin tho erection ot the, grand stand and fence at tho ball park, recently leased from Mr. F. L. Felix. "Heg" Caseblcr has just finished painting and otherwise improving the pool room; The Bank of Hartford has about completed many Improvements on their building and will soon be ready to paper tho interior; Attorney Ernest Woodward has completed many Improvements on his law offices; Attorney Otto C. Martin has purchased a large number ot now books and Is Improving his office; Attorney M. L. Henvrln now has one of tho finest offices In Western Kentucky, after man'' Improvements; the Interior of the post office has been repainted; Postmaster Martin Is having his residence on Clay street repainted; the new college building Is rapidly being erected; work has been In progress for some time on the Interior of the Hartford House. Look at all of theso Improvements and then you will agree with us that Hartford Is on the boom. prices from $2.00 a suit up to $10.00. It will be our pleasure to show you, to fit you and to please you. E. P. Barnes & Bro. . K X BEAVER DAM, KY. LJNDSAY DORSEY '" "Where there Is a will there Is a way. It is told that at Fordsvllle Monday a man wished to attend the circus, but had not the means. To steal was not honorable, and to beg ho was ashamed. At last a happy thought Btruck him. He went to a grocery store and bought two packages of coffee on time, and sold It later for cash. This gave him the money to see the show. COME TO HARTFORD. Tell me not In mournful numbers That this town Is full ot gloom, CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEER OrTAOOMA, WASH. Geological Examinations, Surveys, Oil Analysis at Reasonable Rates. At New Commercial Hotel. HARTFORD. KY. -I wish Nomination VOTES. Blank. GOOD FOR lOOO Age For tho man's a crank that slumbers. In theso glorious days ot boom. Llfo Is real, life is earnest, And tho grave Is not its goal Every dollar that thou turnest Helps make this old town roll. But enjoyment and not sorrow Is our destined and our way; If you havo no money, borrow Buy a corner lot today. Lives of great men remind us Wo can win Immortal fame. Lot us leave the chumps behind us And we'll got thero all tho same . In this world's broad field of battle, In tho bivouac ot life, Let us make tho dry bones rattle Invest something for your wlfo; Let us then be up and doing With a heart for any fate, Still achieving, still pursuing Booming early, booming late. to place in nomination as a candidate in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN PONY CONTEST Name... ffr Address By whom nominated .. . , i . Address Fill out and mail or hand to THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. The 1000 Nomination Votes will only be counted once for each contestant. and drafts an ordlnanco accordingly. continuAnother Insists on well-nig- h ous blowing. Tho railroad companies are harrassed by indictments on trl-vgrounds and thoy are constantly assailed, by damage suits, some ot which are utterly without merit. Thoy arc looked upon by potty politicians as legitimate prey and .they are the targot for all sorts of legislation, some of it wise and much of it foolish. Communities that aro without railroads always rejolco at a prospect of getting thorn. A town without a railroad is Inevitably a town behind the times. A county without: a railroad Is virtually "out of the world." All such counties want railroads and tome ot them make stock subscriptions to secure them a eenslblo thing to do, . provided tho amounts required are not unreasonable. But once a county gets a railroad the "hammering' 'begins, and Is con, , tinuous. f The. railroads should be given a fair show. The country could not get along without them. In essential particulars theyare, and should be, regulated by law. If held to proper ac- al & countablllty in Important things tho public should bo satisfied and should give small encouragement to legislative hold-up- s and potty persecutions. Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Taft to Make Address. Washington, April 21. Former Presdlont Taft has accepted an Invitation to read a paper on a subject to bo announced later, at tho annual meeting of the American Bar Association at Montreal In September. Chief Just led White, of the Supremo Court of tho United States, will pre side at tho session of the association, and Viscount Haldane tho Lord High Chancellor of England, will make the annual address. Qhief Justice White, the highest officer of American e, courts, will Introduce Viscount who occupies a similar position in England. Senator Ellhu Root, of New York, will preside at the an- nual banquet September 3. These features of meotlng were announced .here Sunday after a conference between Presi dent Prank M Ifa1lnva Qeorge Whltelock and Treasurer Fredrick E. Wadhams. Hal-dan- Give Them A Show. In two Kentucky counties recently railroad companies were Indicted by grand Juries. In one Instance a. company was indicted for the fallurel of Its employes to blow the engine whistles. This leads a Central Kentucky paper t0 remark that no corporation In the world suffers as much from "adverse legislation and gen eral knocking" as does a railroad. There is a 'good deal of truth In the assertion. As a matter ot fact those who are In tho business ot operating railroads must find It bard to run the roads to suit tho public. One class of patrons Inveighs against slow trains that iare fast, One municipality object! to. whistle blowing n.rv t - - - .V- - swvUvrftwA- - s& " fr