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ALIEN LAND Subscription $1 per.Year No. 42 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913. poses, except those set forth In tho ngrecment between tho nations. Explaining the wording of tho substitute bill, Mr. Webb said: "Our theory Is that at tho time the treaty was framed Japan asked for all tho rights as to ownership of land In California, that that nation desired for her subjects, and that tho treaty as It now stands represents all that Japan asked, and all that the United States was willing to grant. "This act docs not draw the line upon aliens who are ineligible to citizenship. Thoso words aro not used. It gives not only to Japan' but to every nation whoso subjects are Ineligible to citizenship under tho laws of tho United States the full rights to ownership of land in California that 'the treaties between tho United States and such nations give." It is genorafly believed here that the new act would accomplish the ends said to bo desired by the people of tho State, namely, prevention of the further acquisition by Japanese subjects of farming lands and' ranches. MYSTERY IN A MYSTERY WOULD ASSEMDLE ; ARMHFTENER Bryan Fails In California Senate. Secretary of State's Long Conference With Legislators of No In Kidnaping Case In The War Secretary Would Have Frequent Concentiation. South. Two Men In Custody Have, Same Believes There Are Too Many Bar- Name and Are Identical In Appearanqe. New Orleans, La., April 28. A mystery within a mystery has developed In the Dunbar kidnaping case, and to day the identity of William O. Walters ,tho alleged kidnaper, is puzzling "authorities more than the ques tion of the identity of the child which the Dunbara havo accepted as their than repaid in tho practical training' received by officers, upon whose ' GET TOGETHER, shoulders will rest tho responsibility for the lives of our soldiers In camp and their conduct In tho field." TOWNSEND PLEA "No better Illustration of tho value of divisional organization and training can bo given," ho added, "than to compare tho prompt and easy con- Michigan Senator Speaks at-centration of tho present division In Grant Day Feast. Texas with the cumbersome and alow assembling under the old organiza tion of tho provisional division Bent to San Antonio two years ago." G. 0. P. Must Unite To Save ' Cow racks In Country for Good of Common School Examinations. Examinations for Common School Diplomas will be held at Hartford and Fordsvlllo on May 9 and 10, 1913. HENRY LEACH, Supt try, He Says Wouia Avail. Service. Open Campaign. Pittsburgh, April 26. United State Senator Charles E. Townsend, Michigan, addressing the Amerlcus Re publican Club on the occasion of Its annual Grant day banquet, pleaded for a reunited Republiean party, and. to those who had strayed from it in the last national campaign he "extended the ungloved hand of genuine party friendship." Tho Senator, in prefacing his plea reviewed the record of the party while it was in power, drawing upon the Treasury Department figure it Illustrate his point. Comparison also was made with the proposed policy of the present Administration and thr new tariff. "I am not here to quarrel with Republicans,"'" said the Senator, "or to retard the Inevitable, reunion wkch must occur. Indeed, which In Michigan and Chicago and St Louis has largely occurred already, although the In Massachusetts still con tinues. "To those Republicans who felt ft waB their duty to divide the fore ; of the Republican party In the lat campaign and thus to givothe Demo cratic party its only possible- opppr- - ' tunlty for success, I extend the ungloved hand of genuine party frleed- ship and ask them to accep't It as a token of my strong desire- - to work with them in reuniting and rejuvenating tho party which we ail4 have supported in the past. , "We can well afford to overlook; the personal differences which originated in the choice of a national leader last year and unite in making: our party stronger, better and more responsive to the great present needs of progressive government. "In the face of Democratic incompetency which seems to threaten our progress and prosperity it is clearly the duty of all man who believe in Republican principles to unite In the common defense ot those American-policie-s which have made the United States at once, the glory and enyy of the world. .' "I would like a new National Congressional Committee organized from those members of Congress who have the confidence of the great mass of Republicans throughout tho country. A committee which understands the needs of the day and which would take up at once the work of organized publicity so necessary to a right understanding by the people of the real Issues which confront them. This committee could be as well appointed and as one year from now Is the time to correot the misrepresentations which are being sent out to the country. "Let us, therefore, as Republicans rid ourselves of all the petty animosities which have recently divided vi tl j ( ; Sacramento, Cal., April 29. If the Iurioso of the visit of Secretary of State Bryan was to check further notion by tlio legislature on an alien tijni law, directed against the Japanese Ills mlsMot. has 'jeen a failure. Thu ronfirencpa between Secrctaty Bryan and tlio legislators closed at 11:30 o'clock tonight. Within three minutes, and before most of tho Afraid of Tariff. spectators know what had occurred, Senator A. E. Boynton, president pro Woonsocket, It. I., April 20. Fear tern, of the upper house, conencd of tho effect of proposed tariff tho Senate and an amended land bill, changes is given by officials of the which provides that no alien who is Nasonvlllo Woolen Mills, at Nason-vlll- e, for voluntary receivership proIneligible to citizenship under tho laws of the United States may hold ceedings which were begun today. The real property in California, was ad- mills manufacture worsted goods and opted as a substitute for tlio pending employ 125 hands. AUgustln H. Eddy, president of the measure, by unanimous lva voce company, mado the following statevote. (t will come up for final passage ment: "On account of the proposed tariff In the regular course of business on Thursday morning and probably will changes we fear that the1 business lie approved and when it comes to cannot be run with any profitable reGov. Johnson It will be signed. That sults, and a petition for dissolution (has been filed. At tho beginning of Is tho opinion of tho leaders. Tho new bill Is drawn In strict the present year wo had a surplus conformity with the treaty between of J63.G07. How much of that will reJapan and. the U. S. but all efforts main to be divided depends entirely to secure an opinion from Secretary on the success of tho liquidation." Bryan or President Wilson failed. td tlio State leaders decided forth- - Negro Hanging Was Bungled. ith to proccod with their plans for Unlontown, Pean.,' April 29. Due enacting It into law. to bungling on tho part of spmo one, Secretary Brynn "brought into tho John Harris, a negro, condemned to final conference tonight further me: I death, was not executed with the hu-sages from President Wilson, but manity that is supesed to character"Vicy met with no rcsponso from the ize hanging. "Legislators. At tho close of tho secret Harris was placed ou tho scaffold meeting Gov. Johnson and u number at the county jail hero this morning, of tho Administration leaders, said and when It was sprung tho rope was their opinions remained unchanged. about throo fcot too long. The victim Attorney General U. S. Webb draft-- , fell to the ground beneath the scafcd the new measure at tlio suggestion fold, and with the ropo around his of Gov. Johnson, 'and a copy was neck, ho lauded on his knees, where placed immediately in the hands of he remained motionless for several Secretary Bryan. The term "Ineligible minutes. to citizenship," which Is declared by it was thought tho diop had broken Secretary Bryan to bo odious to tho his back until he started to rise to Japanese, Is not included, and, pro- his feet. Then tho Sheriff and his gressive Republican leaders are con- deputies Jumped to the scaffold, pullfident they have arrived at a solu- ed up Harris's body by the ropo untion of tho problem that will receive til the feet were clear of tho flooring. tho lndorsemcntof President "Wilson. For IS minutes tho condemned man Socrctnry Bryan declined to com- struggled and twisted, his contorta- mon t ui'on tho new bill except In tlons evidencing tho Intense agony tlio conference of strangling to death. Tho principal features of tho bill Harris shot and killed a fellwo ne ara as follows: gro last May. The execution Is the First All aliens cllglblo to cltlzcn-Bhl- p twelfth in the history of the county. may ncqulro and hold land in tie sanio manner as citizens of tho Mayo Gets Millions. United, States. Louisville, Ky., April 2C According Second All other aliens may ac- to a telegram recehed here this morn quire and hold land "in tho manner atft to tlio extent and for thopur-jioa- ing from Baltimore, final steps have been taken in tho organization of a prescribed by any treaty now corporation to bo known as the Elk- existing between tho Government of horn Fuel Company, which Is to havo tho United States and tho nation or a capital stock of $30,000,000, and country of which such alien Is which has acquired options upon 300,- or subjoct. 000 acres of coal fields in Eastern composed of Third Corporations Kentucky. Clarence. W. Watson, form-- i aliens other than those who are Virginia, eligible to citizenship may acquire erly Senator from West was elected President, and J. C. C. and hold land only according to the Mayo, of Kentucky, Vlco President. terms of existing treaties. it was learned today that Mayo reFourth Present holdings of aliens, regardless of their rights to citizen- ceives In consideration of certain of Is coal lands transferred to tho now ship, aro protected. sum of $000,000 In Fifth Tho State specifically re- corporation the cash, $2,000,000 preferred stock and serves Its soverlgn right to enact, $2,000,00Q, common stock In tho now Any and all laws relating, to the accorporation. Tho coal lands transquisition or holding of real property ferred by Mayo do not comprise all by allons. Attorney General Wobb worked up of his holdings In Kentucky. J. N. Camden, of Versailles, Is ton tlio theory that there could bo no mado a Director. Many other objection to writing Into the statuo are involved In tho deal, tho specific limitations of thee Japand It is understood they will proanese treaty of 1911. Under tho terms of this treaty, fit handsomely. Jttnancso subjects aro permitted to Box Supper at Goshen. own "houses and lands for residenThere will bo a box Buppor at purposes ; factories, manufatial evening, ctures and shops," according to Mr. Goshen church Saturday Wobb. Another clause permits Japan- May tho 3., beginning at 7:00 o'clock. The supper Is given for iho benefit ese subjects to leaso laud for of the church. Everybody Is cordially commerce purposes." and Theeo aro tho only stipulations Invited. Ladles come along and bring made, and it is tho belief of the At- a box, Gentlomen havo your pockets torney General that the rights of full of "spending" money for the Japanese subjects, to land ownership boxes will go to the highest bidder. BLANCHE RIOHARDSQN, In tho United States Btpp at this MARY MILLARD, Under his construction of, the point. ALICE C1IINN, treaty, no land can be owned or leas- Committee, j i... n inmnaiA trtr furrlfrtilttiral nUN cs Ken-tuokla- ns rest-deiftl- al Washington, April 27. In a statement ' tonight Secretary Garrison, pointing to the American army scattered in small units throughout the ; In The Oil Field. :: country. Impossible of coalescence for practical measures of battfe, urg; ii ; ed thej Importance of assembling brigades land divisions periodically and " Machinery for a well onthe Brown temporarily in times of peace for war boy. of a farm, near Victory schoolhouse, to Evidence was obtained today which training, ponding indicates there aro two William gorrenmental policy for tho adequate bo drilled by C. P. Brant & Co., has been hauled from the railroad at Walters, both .of about the same age, distribution of the army. Epitomizing his Jtpa.Xhe Secretary Hartford to the location and will be both itinerant tinkers and traders, In position In a few days. no relation and born 1,000 miles said: apart, but both frequenters of the "I hope that war may never come; Work on the well located on the same sections of Mississippi and Lou butV'ln the. present stage of civiliza isiana, and both so much alike that tion, we must recognize the possi- George Sullenger farm, near Duke-hurs- t; Is progressing nicely, the well the neighbors of one readily recog- bility, and It Is with this idea In nize him In tho photograph of the mind that J say I believe It will be having been drilled to a depth of 150 well 'for the country If our legisla- feet. other. More than a score of county of- tors wduld make provision for the anSome fancy prices have been paid ficials and prominent citizens of nual- assembling of at least one diJones county, Mississippi, have iden- vision, as a school, wherein our of- for leases within the last few days, Southwest tified tho photograph of William C. ficers mlhgt be given that practical within a mile and one-ha- lf Walters, alleged kidnapper, as .that training wheih Is. so necessary to de- of tho producing wells. of a native of that county, who was velop educated generals and staff of sent to the Tcnnosseo State prison ficers. Wo, may not need a large arm (, The Rough River Oil and Gas Co.,' about twelve years ago on a Federal but It should bo. onewhlch in organi- of this city, is making a survey of zation and training is as nearly per- - their territory, between Jingo and charge. feet as it Is nosaible to make It. Oth lOlaton with a view of having maps ti, mon in nri.m. iioKioii ho whatever Is spent is not made. Engineer John B. Wilson has ever In prison and said he is a . tilvo of Robinson Co., North Carolina. , bringing Us full efficient return and charge of tho work. skill and A letter rccqvlod today from Chas. t'iuj applies to thought, The rig builders arrived yesterM. Blackledge, La., training, at well as to money." of Tallsheek, day to begin work on the derrick, on DJsausslng the question of a states that the Jones County, MlssWilliam Walters, the son who ture military policy for the United the Widow Allen farm, for the West was 'in the Tennessee prison, is work- -, States, Secretary Garrison said it Kentucky Oil Co. ing for a lumber company at that seemed to bo agreed that there were All of the producing wells are holdentirely too many army posts at the place. ThlB morning a letter was received "Present time and that many of them ing up splendidly and have been profrom Sandersvllle, Miss., which stat- were not where they were useful or nounced by a prominent visiting oil mqn to be" "dandles." ed that last August, two weeks be desirable under existing conditions. "Whether this situation should be was kidnapped fore the Dunbar child at Opelousas, La., a letter was recelv- - remedied," ho continued, ",by concen-e- d The rig irons have arrived for the there from William C. Walters, tratlng the army Into a few quite well to be, drilled on the Steve Benlar8e l)08ts or lnt0 on'y M many M nett farm, near Bcda, and the casing d Opelousas. Tho Walters In jail declares he wasi "'01111 Permit a regiment at least to has been hauled, to tho location. This novcr west of tho Mississippi River, be quartered In each, I have not as well should be begun within the except In Now Orleans. A dozen yot formed any definite conclusion in Knext ten days. persons at Opelousas havo identi- my own mind. Mr. George D. Snowden, of the "Much may be said effectively upfied the photograph of the alleged firm of Snowden Bros., of Indian kidnaper as that of a traveling stove on each side of this question. I hope mender who was there last August. when I get the time to give this mat- apolis, was in Hartford several days Sandersvllle Is the home of the 'Jones ter my most earnest consideration, this week looking over the field. with a dearie to reach a conclusion County Walters. Messrs. L. E. Dewey and W. A. Did the North Carolina William that Is best for the army, which of 111., arrived Walters write tho letter from Ope- course, will be that which is best for Stewart, of Bridgeport, In Hartford this week to do some 'relatives of the Jones County tho country.' lousas leasing and they, want to get a loWilliam Waiters? The statement set forth" tho pri- cation to begin a well at once. - Was tho letter written by the mary objects' which impelled former Jones County William Walters and Secretary of War Stlmson to reorTho Cincinnati Enquirer said Satwas It a mere coincidence which ganize the army into the existing urday: brought him at that particular time scheme of brigades and divisions, as The announcement, printed In yesto Opelousas, the scene of tho crime follows: terday's Enquirer, that a million dolwhich has involved the other WalFirst The definite assignment of lar oil company, controlling 200,000 ters In the ineshes of tho law? commanders, their staff officers and acres of rich oil territory In West Vlr What William Walters was It that organization to tho higher tactical glnia and Kentucky ,1s soon to be carried a Btrango child to. his home units, which hereotofre had always accomplished through a combination at Hattlcsburg, Miss., after dark the been dono in times of Btress and con- of the Guan, the Hamlin, and tho latter part of last August? fusion, and after war had been de- Wayne Oil Companies, all of HuntThcso are some of the queestions clared or hostilities begun; and, sec- ington, W. Va., was confirmed by boing asked by tho authorities, who ond, tho hglher tactical rtalnlng of high official's at Huntington , last are striving to prove either the tho commanders, their staff and the night, according to a telegraphic dls guilt or innocence of the man accused organzlations bo as to make them ef- patjah from that city. Tho deal It Is ' stated has been pending since Januof kidnaping little Robert Dunbar. fective. And, with all of this conflict of The purpose of the order, insofar ary. A small minority has been in opevldenco as to Walters, dozens of as tho first object is concerned, has position. Tho attltudo ofthose who persons at PoplarvUle, and other been accomplished," the statement at first objected to tho proposition towns In Mississippi aro still willing continued, "the accomplishment of the has since changed, It is understood, to swear that tho child which the second object of the order will not be and negotiations are now under way Dunbara havo Identified as their bo Immediate or easy of execution. for a consummation of the merger. , missing boy was with William C. "Owing to circumstances over which Tho proposed combination Is' intend-July last year, a month "decrease Walters in tho ami has no control, and as a re- ed to simplify operations and before the date of the kidnaping. expenses as well as develop sult in large measure of the nec essities which in the past may .bo said unexpioreu ouprouucing vernwrjr u Dr. Mary Walker Has Lace Ci to hao been vital to the development Kentucky and Virginia. The three Her Shirt. of our country, tho army Is stationed companies aro entrolled by the same Washington, April 29. The eternal In many posts and in many com- Interests. F. B. Benslow, First Vlco President of tho Union Gas and Elecfeminine has blossomed anew In the mands.. heart of Dr. Mary Walker, whose "This scattered condition prevents tric Company, and a Director In the trousers and frock ccat have been Uie that practical training of brigades Columbia Gas Company, W. J. Rod-gor- e, envy of leas daring slaters' for jrefcraV and (divisions and their commanders both of Huntington, and E, G. Dr. Mary has put black silk lace cuffs and staffs which is essential for war Germer, of Erie, Penn., are the prin-clpl- o owners. The- - merger will dion her vor masculine shirt. Further- "burposes.'M rectly affect Cincinnati by giving the more, she Is wearing white silk elbow "Until some such plan can be work length gloves. ed out, it will readily be soon how Columbia Gas Company a new largo In her necktie gleams a diamond Important it is that at times the reserve gas territory and assuring a broach of approved fomlnlno design. larger units be assembled temporarily longer natural gas supply for CinAs sbo sat In the suffrage hearing for tho purpose' of what may be called cinnati. Tho new field is expected to bo established in Morgan and Mashe pulled out a dainty lace handker-chi- war rtalnlng." perIrrespective of the purpose of the goffin Counties, Kentucky, and In fragrant with temporary concentration of tho pres- some West Virginia districts. It was fume res4 of her apparel was a black ent division In Texas under command stated yesterday that any gas well The of Maj. Gen. William H. Carter and to, be drilled in the new oil fields will frock coat, striped trousers, bull-do- g shoes, high silk hat, and her faithful conslderde only as a school, tho Sec- become tho property of tho Columbia retary said the'expense "will be more Gas Company by contract. old umbrella. :"" 1 t to-d- ay .tfcei-adopti- -- on. I ., - -- I post-marke- ' to-d- to-da- y, (Continued on Eighth Page.) Pass Tariff Resolution. Boston, April . 29. In accordance with a request of Gov. Foss, expressed In a special message, both branchadopted es of the Legislature a resolution memorializing Congress "in support of tho principle of toctive reduction through reciprocity. in all The resolution declares: "That the policy of opening the markets of tho United States to the unrestricted competition of tho' rest of tho world, advocated by the Presl- dent, in his message, and the pending bill, which Is a long step toward' the complete establishment ol that policy, appears to the Legislature to be in direct contravention of the wishes of the voters of the United States and especially ot this Commonwealth In the last election." It Is urged that any tariff legislation should be based upon the protective principle; that a tariff commission of dlslutorestod experts bo and that reasonable opportunity be given those Interested to bo beard bfeore 'final action Is taken. to-dng tariff-making." , of rare-scent- ' ! IP l! jH&tte?' 8KJ7gSSa!SMiMMM ' fcARE CF SETTING HEN VMMflf if WK1 SELL CHILDREN AS SLAVES in. bttUINb bKAbb a aiv LANU5 TO MAKE SWINE PROFITABLE 4A4mm I For 1913. '1 Dislodge Perfectly Plan ef Callous Welsh Father Recall Actual Practice In Borne Places. Great Indignation was caused recently when a relieving officer in Wales said that a man had told him he intended to make an application; to the board of trade for permission to sell his children. According to the relieving officer, this mau said that "sheep were selling well at present, and he believed that his children would also sell well If put up at public auction.'' Such callousness on the part of a father Is almost unbelievable in civilized Britain, and It will no doubt astonish people to hear that in many parts of the world the selling of human beings still goes on with Inmost 48 much energy as In the old days of slavery, For instance, at Itaveasburg, in the Tyrol, a children's market 1e held every year, where the children of the poor are sold by auction to the highest bidders. .As a rule, boys and girls do not bring more than a few shillings. When bought the children are taken away to do hard work, the boys being used for agricultural pur. poses and the girls for domestic work. purSometimes, when a would-b- e chaser cannot decide between two boyB he makes the youngsters fight, and buys the winner. A former woman police assistant in Germany created a Bensation bast year when she alleged that hundreds of children are sold at prices xarying from $75 to 51,000, most of them being Bent to Russia. In Germany, so it was asserted, the sale of boys and .girls is not confined to the poor Even the children of aristocratic parents are occasionally Bold, prices rarying from $L250 to t:.500, Apparently the police do nothing to stop this state of. s things. Tit-Bit- "Hart-Work- Matrtn. Too Much Importance Cannot Be Given to Pure Seed. Characteristic of Alilkt Valuable Clover It That It Will Stay In Soil Several Years and Will d Itself, Re-See- jSeelnner Will Do Well by Adoptlnn On Breed, Standing by It and Worfc for Improvement I COURIER - JOURNAL (JBbe J K if. Barrel Laid en Bide, Painted Jasde With Cerbollneum or S'omi Other Good Lice Paint, la Suitable Neat. sr i !! bard working matron. suffering spring fever. attack an jrxn will ncutework, sheojrefuses to lay not :Sac ibr ven talk nbout It, and she derel-sjjvery crabbed disposition In a irajarlaibly shortlenfrth of time. Beek-iSn- j; nest she takeB tmt jxiTsfision, hy lorce. II necessary, and jartiStKsic to occupy It lor about ZZ 25 minutes every day, She ;hvw andsecretly and in silence, only iuzrcF li 'TrJnE. Iwd Is necessary Having nee wants, she suddenly remem-TiMthat unguarded nest, and makes aCor Si with preat Bpeed and contusion. It natters not whether the nest con-taicggfi or a doorknob, it is dear to bts. and nothing will dislodge her. max Bhe will hold the fort until ;$er motherly longing is satisfied in ja brood of little downy peepers. The wrfcer once hatched three successive Irroadr oT chicks under the same hen: ht hen Betting for 7C consecutive and coming off the nest relucts mtjj- aiud in good health at the end b: . some-chosen sat-istJc- c' at -- pOT TOOP, JOHN 'WTLUaU) VOLTE.) I JLsettiue hen Is a perfectly respect-ob- it Bjt tlise. best way to detect a broody ieai fi 10 look through the nests after Aul. and eoe whether there are anyr Ibes ou them. If so, they should af Qmx Titt- -- eltb-4e- -- Found Texts to Fit. James Whttcomb Riley tells a ctory of nn old fellow who asked for work at the Riley tarm in the poet's boyhood. He was set at hoeing potatoes, but did not prove to be especially industrious. When taken to task for bis lack of application he only re5x2tC3hsd- plied: "Waal, the good book says, "Do all things in moderation." 'Well, it came on dinner time at SHEEP HELP ON MANY FARMS last," Eays the humorist, "and the old They codger did his share nobly. In fact, j5esrea Seine Money-Makerhe ate enough to kUl two or three Many Noxious Destroy Will I Some one gently ordinary men. 1 Range Bred Best. Weed hinted that the text didn't seem to LINKLATEH Oklahoma Ex- -, upply. He opened a worn little Bible iBr "W. A. p?iinvnt Stutluu.) and imperturbably pointed to n passIt would add to the revenue of age. It read. 'Whatsoever thy hand mmy larniB if a flock of sheep were findeth to do, do it with aU thy Tax&L. Beuldee being profitable they might.' " aire jg?h&i weed eaters They will eat Knew Hie Time Wai Coming. tore out of bIe of our known weeds, as v53j a. cow or horse will eat only Louis Browning, who is noteddeniesa writer and traveler, and who ow out of every six xt&xuge bred sheep are the right that he is a hypochondriac, has a Sand ior tne average farmer to buy. headache ever' morning at 11 o'clock. Saen bhfp will be grade Merinos and No matter how well be may feel in morning hours, if tLsr cirry a cross of Shropshire, the earlythe buu nray shine or how or bow Xiircalt or other mutton blood, so brightly sorgeouuly the flowers may bloom, yaucii the better It would not be to buy Mexican sheep or low Louie 1b there every day with that One morning 11 o'clock headache. sruifc shwp of any other kiud. a friend of his called him on the teleTii rwes purchabed for the founda-tirphone in his Washington office at Hhuuld be good, large isoiu one to tour jeart, old, and about ir minutes before 11, and. in the course of the conversation, asked him Ljw hi felt. "Bully right no," replied Erown-lo"but in 10 minutes there won't b& tivf people in this city feeling any v orbe than 1 wIlL" The Popular Almost any concave nest, well lined will do for Betting a hen. TTake a. box. or barrel laid on its side, 3BJa. It Inside with carbollneum or acme other good lice paint, and form be aest ant of earth with two Inches t Say covering It. Be sure t get the corners filled so That the eggs cannot roll into them. Haw the edge of the box not over SixrtK inches higher than the eggs, so tbse Che ben will not jump on them. Xfcaftbe ben with insect powaer, place tier cm the una ton some dummy eggs, aadtsrrerber with another, ventilated icx. Iet, her off in 24 hours, and if jsbesoeB.back again, it will be Bate to pat sood eggs under her Owes an odd number of eggs, depending epon the size of the hen and the eaian. Thirteen in cold weather and 2S in wurm, is about right for a JPrysuouth Rock hen. H&ep whole corn and pure water at taradand let the hen take care of her-Be- C The chicks usually begin to day Let tbem isles, on the twenty-firs- t vita until the night of the twenty--ctecoa- d day Then move her and the ffcirS-to a warm, dry coop and do sot leed the chicks until the twenty-Sosrl- h day. " is a good plan to set two hens ill tbe Bame time and give all of the teflrefcs to one hen after they are liens. warlhiefw ggs In the hatching quarters, as they do harm in the regular pens hy partially Incubating TT-i-r lecgi sad fighting with all the other irt brought up or placed on some wCi bay, BLAMED ON THE ORCHARD Colored Man Refuted Idea of Smallpox and Ascribed Diseaae to San Jose Scale. Representative Dudley It. Hughes, of Georgia, has a jeach orchard that has suffered from the ravages of the ants caught the smallpox some time ago, and after an illness of some length, recovered enough so that he could get out about the place One day he approached within hafcng distance of Mr Hughes. "I'm glad to see you are .recovering from the smallpox, Sam," called out the congressman "'Deed, boss, I ain't had no Bxna.ll-poxreturned the negro earnestly. "Hit was 'jcb dem scales what 1 kotched in de peach orchard." "That tenant believes that bo firmly today," Bald Mr. Hughes, "that I cannot hire him to work in the orchard." ," Ban JoBe Bcale. One of his negro ten- t s, x. r. fik ? lit f.'s . tff Mrs. Irviu Dodd of Bostcn, lmplor-- , gov-ernor- 'B Offers Hair for Pardon. -- aV Wi M&& Excellent Type. more than one hundred n Wtiere possible it would be practical to start with lest tb&n 00 een, and a larger number would be Hotter utilL A flock of a doi-- j would reuuire udmost as much as 00 or 100. Thebe range bred grade Merinos should be bred to a XJoroet run if possible. The reaBou we recommend buying range bred grade Merino eweB Is that thousands ot thete tre available, while DorveU axe not to be bad in large numbers. These tail or early winter lambs. ty good feeding and care can be made jo weigh 90 to 100 pounds by May 1, B&ts they wll find a ready market b will always be in detnaud. Such lambs should bring iroui five dollars jXHUide. bol-ku- uelghlue cr -- tug the pardon committee of the council to release ber husband, To Clean Hatching Ea.gc serving two years for larceny, offered If eggs, while hatching, become to sell ber raven black hair, which tolled and it is necessary to clean reached to the ground, if thereby ehe them, a basin of vann water at a temcould secure money to pay back an perature of 10S degrees Fahrenheit express company the $000 which h should be ubedT but not above this, a wus convicted of stealing. Dennis D. . little lebB being better than a greater Dribcoll, assistant penal commission- -' V degree. The eggs should be put into er, appeared before the committee to this v. ater and the dirt gently removed Portable Manger. urge that the pardon be granted. after soaking and washing with the Judge Ely, who sentenced Dodd. sent j. dried with a cloth and put longer. The runners are 1'iWnch hands,, titen, nest. which should be first a letter favoring a pardon. back'inlbe stuff, fourteen feet long. Shaped at renewed with clean hay. If not badly' I Past Argument. Is a 2x8 three 1 BrldeE are the most illogical ot inches Xrom each end scraping with a knife or with the fln- feet long, set inside the runners. gere. Care Is neoessary to avoia crackpeople." A third 2x8 is spiked inside the ing 'How so !" the shell or Jarring the egg. "They are always ready to declare ' renners at center. On top of end I such an injury will destroy the possithat the bridegroom is better than i and center praceachare naileda l's4s fiat- J bility ot a hatch. 2x4 upcorner down. In I side tue best man." right two and a half feet high ib made Slow Turning of Separator. ptatlonary, also one at center ot each Neat Evasion. Slow turning of the separator will four-incboard are nailride. Tkr "When you went to tb rroirt to ' lose moie fat in the skimsillk that help fight the Turks, did ;o ixt a , ed to th uprigbtx. Holes tre bored tMt turning. in the cuds of the runners and heavy prominent part?" tingle tree ! A wire insrted to which 'Well, all I can Bty is, if you Wood Ashes. Place been there, you wo'jld h&re see m attached whenever it li desired to A good place for wosd ambea move Ike rack aboct oi the fu-ui- . running." ir "'ll (By It. G. TVEATHEliSTONC Too much Importance cannot be given to the selection of pure rrusF seed, for there is no greater failure ot disappointment in farm management than to fall to secure a good stand of grass or clover. Every year 1 am becoming morn and more favorably impressed with the value of alslke clover, although we have used it for a number of years in all of our grass and seed mixtures We have repeatedly failed to secure a favorable stand of common red clover, and to our surprise the nlslke would come along and make a good stand nnd we would be enabled to harvest a very profitable grass crop. Many "times red clover will not thrive for the reason that tho soil has become Bomcwhat acid, but the alslke will make a very good crop notwithstanding the acid condition of the soil. Another valuable characteristic of alslke clover Is the fact that it will stay in the soil several years, and if permitted it will reseed Itself. Alslke clover growB but little after mowing .A. IT and no second crop can be expected from it. Both in this respect, as well as the longer time it requires to mature its maximum crop, ulsike clover stands after rta clover. Its great nnd undeniable advantage, on the other hand, lies in the fact that it is more hardy than the common Ted clover and can be successfully cultivated on moist soils and Decidedly Unprofitable. land "that is flooded nt certain times during the year, on which red clover not so well. If Bhe is bred too young will notinow. or is too fat at the time of breeding, If alslke clover seed is mixed with the first litter, at least, wUl probably pasture graBS mixtures, it yields rich be small in number. and certain grazing crops, and when The breeder must know the type of cultivated on arable bind red clover animal be desires and select with that seed should be Bowed with the mix- in view. If the offspring of a given ture with which the field is seeded. sire have predominating characterisIn this way a great advantage is tics of the kind approved, by all gained in the fact that the arat year means breed this sire to bis best after sowing the fodder may be har- daughters, and if his points of merit vested chiefly consisting of the red are prepotcntly fixed one can expect clover and in the following years after to secure the proper offspring. Do not scoff at pedigree, for It the red clover begins to deteriorate the alslke comes in, in its place, and means the record of the blood of your yields rich and certain crops, together berd. Also, do not pay money for a with the timothy and other grass pedigree, but Bjcnd it liberally for seeds with which the meadow is the ideal hog with a pedigree equal seeded. to his merits. There Is abundant "While alBlke does not yield as large chance ior selection from prolific crops to the acre us common red swine. The young bow may farrow clover of equal stand, yet it is very at from twelve to sixteen months of profitable, and in actual feeding value age a mature bo buuuiu jimuuto year, which t 1 have found but .little difference ton twelve to eighteen pigs for ton when it was being fed to a will give you plenty of stock to select herd of dairy cowb. and for feeding from. horses and all kinds of young stock 1 The NEED OF GOOD DAIRY SIRES have found it greatly superior time of cutting and curing wUl .make more real difference than the variety. Cheapest Investment Farmer Can Alslke clover is not considered by Make Ic Purchase of Pure Bred soU experts to be as good a soil imBull to Build Up Herd. proving crop as common red clover for the reason that it lacks the By RAT T BPEEIt. Minnesota Collec branching root system of the red of .Agriculture.) clover, but It is a legume (nitrogen It has been demonstrated again and gatherer) and hence will build up again that the cheapest investment the soil and thrive on many soils thut can be made by a farmer who is where the red variety cannot be used trying to build up the standard of a as a nitrogen gatherer. herd of cattle lies in the purchase of It is my Lonest opinion that there a good pure bred bull. It is not necare many fanners who have given up essary to buy several high priced fegrowing clover who could make a males us a basis for the average herd, success of growing nbiike clover in- nor is it economical. with red stead of experimenting A Btrihiug proof of this has been clover. shown on the cattle show circuit at I have found in actual practice that various state fairs last fall. One of It is a better buBiness proposition to many instances will suffice Recently bow a mixture of grass seed that will a prominent state fair Judge had to jnake a certain Btand under the usual choose between two cows with the conditions than to spend large same dam. but Blred by different bullB, d luonej to ex- for the female championship of the amounts of periment with a crop bo uncertain as breed. So strikingly similar In tyje red clover, on any field where it is was each of them to its own sire, not practically sure to make a good though the dam was the eiime, that 6tand. there was no trouble in distinguishing between the two. The one that had USEFUL IN FEEDING STOCK been produced by the more outstanding cire was so superior to the one produced by the leBB suPortable Manner Proves Quite Bene- that hod been perior bull that there was no trouble ficial In Supplying Hey, Fodder about the selection and Other Roughage. The principle illustrated Is of practical value to the farmer who is thinkHere is a portable manger that one ing of beginning a berd with limited farmer has found very beneiicial in capital, or has a very common herd rough(Ceding hay, fodder and other desires to grade up. An averness about the farm. Of courie it that he age group of calves will be far sueaves waste resulting from feeding on perior to their commonly bred mothers the ground. In one seabon this man-re- r if a good pure bred bull 1b used. Such will pay for itself in feed that is can be purchased very reasonsaved, buys the Iowa Homestead. If a bull proper care 1b t&fcen by the ably if it can be made of oak boards, bo purchaser. much the better, as it will last much A - "With the number of excellent 'breeds of swine from which any one at the, present day may make a choice it is a waste of time for a breeder to 'undertake to create a strain of his .own by croeslng tho Chester White on tho Poland China pig. although there are some instances where thishas been done with pronounced sue) cesc. The beginner will do better by j y .ndoptlng one breed, standing by It nnd working .for improvement in me j o. I " family ratner man in tne race. "4 U1UU VWkU JlllllkCU VUM.Ul fVU be able to net a good start by know tnr- vlmf Excellent ' in Tinrr-tin-i young bows bred for fall or spring to farrow can be bought for from or those JuO, good male pigs for S, old enough for service for $50, writes "W F. McSparran in the Country Gentleman. There Is a question whether one need ever pay any more than these prlceB for some of the very best untried stock. The animals should be fed well and wisely, as their subsequent Improve ment will result from feed, care and selection, liw sow suouin proaucc two litters a year, about ten pigs the ' first year, although often she will do much better than that and sometimes You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER-JOURNA- L i: Lousvjlll. to.-HE- NKY WATEKSON, Ewtgk WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND J HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for tMrm. $ 1 . 5 O. Eegular price of Weekly Courier-Journa- l SI. 00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l nation with this paper. in combi- I it To Get 1 ( Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. , l - THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD Enjoys the largest circulation in people know it. It tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the Ken- t bard-earne- NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in the Herald entitled: Besides giving the public the nioM reliable market reports as well as general news. The Herald's special features make among pre-emine- nt On Board Hie Good Slip Earth all who subscribe now. Back numbers of these articles free on request to The Louisville Daily Herald AND J The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only ' u .75. No subscription can bo taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city whew thai paper is delivered by carrier. h fr t Subscribe Now Subscribe Now This offer is'good for a few days only. ummd the tr tree. 1"" too vAc&vaxf;v: MMHMftMM if " """'""' " "'"""" """ rf w :mr ' n wi MM ARBECUE! July Given by knx 4, 1913. Hartford Camp HE PAINS OF HELL EXPLAINED TO US Glovcrsville's Protest. Tho Xow York World sneers nt tho demonstration of fear and alarm which occurred on tho 14th of April In Glovcrmllle, N. V. Tho pooplo of that hitherto prosperous community aro firmly Impressed with tho belief that trcubiu and want arc-- suro to como through tho prostration of tholr chief Industry, Last Monday sovoral thousand cf thoi In a public protest against tho ruinous effects of tho pondliiK Wilson bill. A big in ratio wan followed by mass meetings in the five local, theatres. All on account of tho Tariff. Tho World thinks all this is absurd. Hut tho World evidently does not realize that It Is a matter of llfo or Probably death with Gloversvlllc. tho World doesn't care, anyhow. .Most don't. glovc-inaliliig. ra I Tha Dangers of Ignorance and Superstition. Pastor Russell Apologizes For Prevalent Misconceptions of tho Bible's Teaching The Worship of Hypocrisy and Fear, Great Spurs God Seeks Worship Only From the Reverd Popular ential and Misconceptions of Hell The Injury They Have Done and Are Doing-T- rue Christians Should Awake to True Biblo Study. True-HearteJ7.-Pa- 4. is aa fc rvr,?va -- wL -j N Freo-Trade- HARTFORD, KY. sSEVHl' 'P!l Paterson. N. J., Poro Rico's New Wondo stor April From far away I'orto Itlco como lUisscIl prciicut-reports of a wonderful now discovery In tho Opera House this after- that is bclloved will vabtly benefit noon. Ills text tho people. Hamon T. Marchan, of was: "The sor- Barccloncta, writes "Dr. King's Now rows of d o a t h Discovery is doing splendid work' me, here. It cured mo about five times compnsscd nud the pains of of tcrriblo coughs and colds, also my bell gat bold upon brother of n severo cold In his chest m c." Psalm and moro than 20 others, who used 110:3. V Ohio County Drug Co. iHARTFOPP, KY. x H,imitiflH,l.W BTnTMasnns , No. 202, W. 0. W. SEE THE LARGE BILLS Which Will Follow Later. BABIES SEIZED FOR MOTHERS' BOARD tuted. If living condition's by contest with the wits of the rest of tho world." For the word "wits tho word "labor" needs to be substiwtpfo equal tho world over it would bo a ques tion of wits, but when the labor cost is dominated by tho manner of living. it 1b obvious that higher paid labor needs to protect Itself against the competition of cheap labor. Our Democratic friends present to us a glowing picture of the reduced cost of living, but thoy say nothing about a reduced wage, which will bo the Inevitable accompaniment of the opening of the American market to the world's labor competition. Camden Post-Telegra- ft. ...VS. RfierriDie ..J,.,... T7 oonauions ruuuu Exist in Chicago Foundling Homes. A u. : k ' r April 22. Further evl-nf "inhv luccllne" In lvlne- tk hospitals was dragged from re- iSctant witnesses yesterday by the committee on home f Ind- ulBg ami maternity uubiuuub. rVA witness admitted that babies I were taken from their mothers In In&vmcnt for board. Another finally stated that prospective mothers per formed household work at his resi- dence, when ho was accused of having solved the servant probloni In this manner. A third superintcnaeni oi a "baby farm" said Infants were sent to all narts of the country when a few hours old and without any m- tcrlal Investigation of tho character of tho foster parents. Secretary Morris, of, tho Chicago Orphan Asylum, said tho contract signed by mothers entrusting children to tho Institution contains this clauso: "If I fall to pay board for any bIx consecutlvo months, that shall bo a full surrender to tho asylum." "Tho rulo Is never enforced," MorI ris explained. Dr. L. 11. Ilogqrs, superintendent of national "institutions," could not Bay what had becomo of tho moro than COO Infants ho has "farmed out." f Ho Bald ho appointed a woman solictor and that sho received 25 per cent commission. Ho asserted ho advertised In Journals at Albany, N. Y., In Indiana and at Louisville, Ky. vChlcago, Poor appetite lis a sure sign of im paired digestion. A few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will strengthen your diges tion and Improve your appetite. Thousands have bcoij benefited by-taking these Tablets. Sold by all dealers. Hymn Writer is Eighty. d, A famous and vnereable Celtic scholar has entered on his eightieth year tho Rev. Sabine Baring-Goulyears of Low- rector for thirty-tw- o Trenchard, Devon, on tho edge of has more Dartmoor. Mr. Baring-Goul- d books down to Ills name in tho Brit ish museum than any living author. He will perhaps bo best known as tho author of that popular hymn. "Onward, Christian Soldiers." Cardiff Western Mall. Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble Many 'children at an "early age become constipated, and frequently Not serious consequences result being able to realise his own condition, a child's bowels should be constantly watched, and a gentle laxative given when I necessary. Dr. MilcsT Laxative Tablets are especially well adapted to women The Sisters of and children. Christian Charity, 531 Charles St., Luzerne, Pa., who attend many cases of sickness say of them: "Soma time ago wo bosan using Dr. Mllea' Laxative Tablets and And that we like them very much. Their action Is excellent and wo aro grateful for having been made acquainted with them. We have bad good results In every caae and tie BUters an very much pleasod." The form and flavor of any medi- i' ,w Children Cry r PI rTPUCD'C " CASTOR1A Whetting Wits. The of If tho manufacturers and business Interests aro hurt by tho slaughter of Protection thoy must suffer for tho general good, according to tho Wilson philosophy. Tho Presldont Justifies tho slaughter in these words: Bhould be met n..- - manonslbllitles should bo thorough." and our methods Yot during the lato campaign he promised that there should bo such gradual withdrawal of Protection that sovero injury to business would b avoided. . Business men, tho manufacturers especially, stand aghast at tho havoc nfcniv in lm wroucht by the Tariff changes which have President Wilonly hopo, and son's nproval Is In modification Is a slight x It Bonato, tho Houso of tho bill i rvlent to tho mas- wholly bflng terful Prcsli nessago to Congress, In his sp Presldont Vimon says tho object of Domociatlc Tariff legislation is to promqte! tonfpotltioji and) enlaVg'eJthe nArket for American 'goods.' Ho' puts It as "the whetting qt American wits run rutiuuunw "r cine is very important, no matter who is to take it. The taste and appearance are especially 'important when children are concerned. All parents know how hard it is to give the average child "medicine," even though the taste is partially disguised. In using Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets, however, this difficulty is overcome. The shape of the tablets, tneir appearance ami candy-lik- e taste at once appeal to any child, with the result that they are taken without objection. The rich chocolate flavor and absence of other taste, make Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal remedy for children. ' If the firnt box fails to benefit, Ask your the price is returned. druggist. A box of 35 doses costs only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Tho Pnstor declared that his text, like many other Biblo statements, la so grievously misunderstood us to c prevent Christian progress. Many o hearts, he claimed, are famishing for lack of refreshment of God's Truth. Lfe The channels of thought aro blocked by fossilized errors of tho Dark Ages. 0 The. porta of our hearts should be deep43 bfr ? ened and widened by the blowing up For Infanta and Children. of the false nud devilish bell doctrines, 43 of fc which binder us from receiving spirit- TJ!8 Kind You Have 43 Always Bought" 43 ual nourishment. There exists "a famofr ftsV 43 ine for bearing the Word of God."' Bears tho 43 If this text were the only one mis- Signature of 43 translated and misunderstood, be said, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN .$1.00 a year 43 the ordinary render would doubtless 43 pass it by as a figure of speech. But $l.o6ayear FARM AND RANCH Sale. Sheriff's 43 It is merely one of a combination of HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year By virtue of an execution issucc 43 ElSirnnslntlons, n,l of which are con. 43 necled with hu olortlul torment sys- from the Daviess Circuit Court i: $1.75 0 tem of doctrines Invented during the favor of T. A. Pedley, receiver of 43 ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR ft 43 power of error is tJttrk Ages. This the Owensboro Savings Bank and I; turning intelligent minds' away from THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year the Bible. Hence It hi our duty to Trust Company, s. H. A. Williams, 43 $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH break down these fnlso doctrines, and I or one of my deputies will on Mon43 to clear away whatever binders the $1.50 day, May C, 1913, between tho hours 43 BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. flow of Truth to God's people. p. nt. at the Court 49 Is merely telling of bis of 10 a. m. and 3, The Psalmist 43 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a yearr severe Illness, from which by the grace House Door in Hartford, Kentucky, 43 of God be recovered. He would have offer for sale the following real es- 43 - $1.00ajearr HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE It understood that It was not merely a tate situated in Ohio County Ken43 It tucky to satisfy the above execution, 43 slight ailment Hence be described .$1,50 YOU FOR. as "the sorrows of death" that Is. the amounting to S349.20 with interest at 43 BOTH A YEAR TO sadness associated with the thought xhe rtXo ot 6 per from April 10, 43 that be was about to die, about to l906j ond aJaQ tne furUler Bum o 43 Having made a special arrangement with the publishers ft tu mire ius irieuua.thnnn-h- t imjvih; ucuictr, 9:5 adjudged OS Costs, 43 h in the next we ft First Beginning at a stono In S. 43 of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S-MAGAZINstatement "the pains of hell gat bold Sapling 43 will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the npon me." They were the pains of ap- J. Baker's line Black Oak 43 proaching dissolution. There Is not marked as a pointer. Thence North 43 publications you ought to have. All three publications are ft too slightest reference to the future. 36. East 57 poles to a stone In H. B. 43 well worth the regular subscription price and we'eonsider & Taylor's survey, small post, oak, 8 43 ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to youat this ft Why Net ths Whole Truth. ft In their revised translation of the feet from stone marked as a pointer- - 43 very low combination rate. ft line 43 with said Taylor's Bible, our Baptist friends use the ex- Thence ft . pression, "the underworld." Instead of South 80, West Gl poles to a stone 43 ft bell. Yet even here is danger that the Chestnut and Hickory marked as a 43 ft 43 average render may not catch the true pointer containing 25 acres. to- Your 43 thought, Far simpler and wiser It Second Also a tract of 10 acres 43 ft would' be bad the translator said, "the more or ft lees In the same county and 43 pains of the tomb." Begin-inft 43 Every learned .minister knows that state and bounded as follows: ft at a stone in the ,Cromwell and 43 the Hebrew word Sheol 'really means ft grave, the pit. the state of death. Hardlnsburg road, a white oak one 43 the people? pole West of Bamo marked as a point Why do they hesitate to tell the Why do they translate It sometimes er. Thence South 74, East 43 poles to the grave, and other times the under-oor1- a post oak corner to J. P. Nelson's Why do they use the transla- tract. Thence South 8 2 East 23 tion, the grave. In one place, the pit In poles to a stone, white oak and black We have 10 Registered Polled Durham Bulls from G to 12 months old. another, and then refuse to translate It marked as pointer. Thence west This 13 a chance to buy a good bull from Ky's leading herd at a loir In u third place, giving Instead the oak of price. Will deliver to your station. original word Sheol? Was It their In- 64 poles to a stone in the center W. R. MOORMAN & SON, the people? Wbnt the Cromwell and Hardlnsburg road, tention to confuse Qlott Dean, Kentucky. Breckonrldge County Is the motive? We wish that some of and with tho same North 12, East 37 2 poles to tha beginning, contheso great men would explain. taining 10 acres, more or less, and 1M2. The Reason For All This. Heed of record In tho Ohio We would like to have our minis- bolng the same two tracts of land County Court Clerk's office In Deed HAVE YOUR SUITS terial brethren state their reasons for conveyed to S. J. Baker by W. A. book No. 13, page 354, and tho same hiding the truth on the subject" of bell. FJelden and J. P. Fielden, his wife, day of tract of land on tho Only because they decline to do so. do on tho 10th day of October, 1892, by convoyed by said S. J. Bakwe feel nt liberty to make suggestions. deed of record In the Ohio County sold and er and wife to said H. A. Williams, mlnlstors seem to be of two Theso Court Clerk office in deed book No. but no record of said deed can bo clnKscs. with slightly different reasons They seem 13, page 331, and tho same tract af found in tho Ohio County Court for silence on this subject and Dye: day of to agree that It Is dangerous to tell the terward on tho Clerk's office to said Williams, and nconle that God Is really n God of love. sold and conveyed by tho Bald S. J, levied on as the property of sad II- v ing and thut the doctrine of eternnl tor- ipaker and wife to tho defendant, H. A. Williams to satisfy above oems. Ladies ment Is unscrlptural. promulgated dur- A. Williams, but no record or said This April 11, 1913. ing the Dark Ages by men who burn- deed of conveyanco can bo found In T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. 39t3. ed ono auother at tlo stake. tho Ohio County Court Clerk office. Cleaned an& The Pastor declared that one class Third Also a certain tract of land seem to fear that If pen-plof ministers McGrady THE saw the errors of tho creeds, they lying on tho head waters of Work called had creek In Ohio county, Kentucky, and 8EWINQ would discredit the ministers who taught these doctrines. But why fear bounded as follows: Beginning at a MACHINB' to tell the truth? Perhaps they fear black oak in Peach's lino; thence OF Club $1.00 that people WIH ,ose confidence tn tneir South 39 East 2G poles to a stono, QUALITY.) of teachings, uud that the party walls Eaat 20 poles to South 15 thenco Christendom, which havo so long di- a black oak. Thonco South 72 God'a people, will fall. Since they East 30 poles to a Chestnut and Gum vided Hartford Pressing Clilb, NOT will not tell us. we tun only surmise. down said BOLD Other ministers, ho said, have become on a branch. Thenco Y. M. C. A. BLDO., higher critics." and do not believe the branch with Its meanders to Adam UNDER . ANY Bible. They prefer to pose ns nenev-rs- lino North 38, West 32 poles to a HARTFORD, KY. OTHEfJ and hone for the time when nil the Schroader's line, thenco with said NAME. Intelligent will have be- line North 38, West 32 poles to a wealthy mid come believers also. Then tbey wlllsay. black oak on Sugar Grove branch, WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. "We havo been unbelievers for many thenco up said branch with Us years, but have kept It secret, fearing IfyoupurchasothoNEW 110MB you will to a poplar and beech Chap-ez- o to be misunderstood as opponents of you pay. and wlU and Clements corner thenco with havo a llfo asset at tbo price repulrs. not havean endless chain of the best Interests of society." line North 56 West 94 poles to ANB CURB LUNC& The hitter class constitutes the great- this Quality est menace to law und order, and are a post oak, Peach's corner, thence East CI poles to a hickSatan's best ugent In destroying faith South 8 Considered WITH Ingersoll's methods of ory and rod oak, thence South 53, In God's Word antagonizing the Bible were far less West CO poles to the beginning, conit s the successful tban are those of modern taining ISO acres, lees the amount of Cheapest B higher critics and evolutionists. said land gained In tho Ohio Circu Would It not 'be wise to Inquire to in the end Circuit pbicts said land gained In tho Ohio &. a u. kiiu what extent fnlso doctrlues are reby Q. W. Clements, supposed to buv. Msl aslsto m sponsible for the Increase of wicked-nes- ? Court 1A bolng the v. LAN ALL THHBJtT ANB LUW IIWMLSfc Will monstrous, unthinkable de- td bo about 20 acres, and for If vou runtasewli)ifnjachl-v,wrltsamo tract ot land convoyod by Slat-tihlOUAXANTMD &AXI8FAOTOB lusions produce better results than catalogue before you latest Miller and others to said S. J. our OXXOVST MMWTJMOXO. will I he simple Message of God's Love? Orange, Mass.' oa the 21st day of January, The New Home Sewing Macbss Co., Baker (PASTOR. RUSSEil) no-bi- It on my advlco. Wo hope this great medlclno will yet bo sold In every drug store in Porto Rico." For throat and lung troubles It has no equal. A trial will convince you of Its merit. EOc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all druggists. ftftftjftftftftAftftftftftSSftAftftftftiftftftftftftAft This is Your Chance CASTOR I A to uut tne uost by Acting Now CJrtZAs Nnt.'(h. E r- Send Order ft' g. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ifc99V999re 1-- Cleaned i Pressed - o 4, NEW Repairing neatly done. work given special attention.. Hats Repaired. for and delivered. rate per 3-- 4, month. 2, HOME mo-ande- rs KILL the COUCH the 1-- 2, Dr. King's I Niw Disccvsry ' ruuvni ""ISOLDS as 8 . sJ&tMV.mi, i"nl(ituaAaV. .&, itiUli HVVA "i .mOtfci? 9WfA . ,lfc. JK. . Mtp & J rs rW T5tant JW 1 i & k fc fc fc fc .B ft H ft A A k fc k El Hartiord Republican. Ml, OHIO COUNTY POLITICS PAST AND PRESENT. Announcements. FOR RHPRUSKNTATIVIJ. are authorized to nnnomVo ,V. II. W'HITH, of Olaton precinct, ftH a candidate for tho Republican nomination for member of tho IIouho of from Ohio county RoiircHentutlvcB lmllljcct l0 tho General Primary Elec 1913. tou Sat. August "Wo 9 Al tiittnxt urtorJInn to lw t tho I'oitotn orUoril, Kr-- f "ll iniiltr of lh necund i '. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER RAMEY EDIT0R8 E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER AND PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHERS Addr all communication Hartford Ronubltoan. " to ,' " NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ilHrln litrrM intuit kItc tin- - Hi niHTMit ti n new ol.l mlilrrM In innklng lh will Utiaotldlpil inntiiiTtlpt li.r not IwrrtnrnwJ will Aaonjrinouii conimiinlcntloim MoMlon. 4 mtKf. reclt no X3eX3SFXXOXT3B. RoU(h H1VM FRIDAYr MAY - 123 i 1 ilny when the Hnrt-for- d cntmot find some counIJcrnld ty In Kentucky," wherein the Progressives and KciiulillcniiH linvc failed to get together, nntl then It sheds copious tears over conditions In Ohio county. It Is ft cold like to bco tho present with its hoard of game wardens and tho gun tax law sub mitted to n voto of thepcoplo of Kentucky through refereiiduin. Is there much doubt how It would turn out at the ballot box? The people should rule. would game Inw we Just to bco how It would turn out, - The Democratic State Equalization Board at Frankfort proceeds inerily along, raising the taxes In almost every county In the State, Ohio county Included, Just as though Governor McCrairy lmd not denounced the late Republican Board In his speech at Hartford In 1911 for doing this 'same thing. By and by and eventually the State Legislature will bo compelled to raise the tax rate In order to help lip present administration out of the Ijole, which in own JyCB'o'RtUro dug. . The fact that tho two wings of tho Republican larty, In Ohio county nt least, have decided to bury their differences and make common cause In tho coming county election, la ylowcd with strango alarm na something unheard of by nrlous Democratic newspapers In this part of tho State. That the Progressives and Republicans met and unanimously agreed upon a platform of principles, which were both Republican and Progressive, ....I .tnl..twtl ti'lfli Innnl fitfilrnra la tirtvnr rftfurrf.il In liV papers, their editors seeming to worry more about tho name nnd theso j um tuiKi'iiiw, mum n m.uuN6 emuieni man anming cie. ah iui u in a name nnu ino einuicm or uuvim is u mure puniier iu nuw ,iuu,piu who can neither read nor write, whero to vote. As far as the great body of tho voters Is concerned the emblem could very well be left off of tho ballot, nnd in fact, In most states, tho ballots carry no party emblem. Hut what we started out to say Is that It comes with very poor graco from somo of our would bo critics to mako so much ndo over n fusion of Republicans, whoso main difference has been concerning tho manner In which certain candidates havo, been nominated In tho past. They are nil united on tho question of a protective tnrlff, nnd with few exceptions they are united on nil of tho progressive principles by thnt wing of tho party, but In 1897 Ohio county Democrats met In county convention and deliberately made up a part of tholr county ticket from tho Populist party, and tho cnndldato for county Judge was elected on that ticket nnd who had mndo tho rnco for circuit court clerk In 1S92, against a Democrat and n Republican, and on tho Populist ticket. That B.imo year tho Democrats also nominated a Populist as their candidate for sheriff. Did tho Hartford Herald support tills fusion? Yes, and thought it was good politics to do so. It did not then consider that they wero "bartering away their principles for a mess of pottage" in jtlio shape of a few county offices. Oh, no, they wero not Inconsistent then, and of course, cannot bo Inconsistent now, when they abuso tho Republicans and Progressives, men who hnvo always fought side by side, heretofore, for laying aside their 'differences concerning men, and gottlng together. Tho Herald would "gag at a nat and swallow a camel." They supported on a Democratic ticket for county judge a member of tho Populist party, who had spent thirty years fighting for tho Republicans. Now, before jou utter any moro of your coarse abuse of Ohio county Republicans and Progressives you should cleanse yourself from the slime of fusionlsin and not stand nfar off and thank God that you arc not liad their split over tho like other men. Resides, when tho Democrat money question a few years ago nnd ran two tickets for tho Presidency, many of their party voted for Palmer nnd Huckncr, who have sinco held high positions iu tho ranks of the party and who havo received , the cordial support of all theso papers which criticise us, for offices. The present Lieut. Governor of Kentucky, Mr. McDcrtuott, voted for Palmer nnd Huckncr In 1S9U and we doubt cry much If he "was scratched at the last State election by either the editors of the Hartford Herald or the pretend to think ft Owensboro Inquirer, and yet both of theso pai-cr- s Impossible nnd unheard of for an Ohio county Hull Moose to support n Republican or an Ohio county Republican to support a Hull Moose. How-ove- r, as wo have often said, we feel abundantly able to take caro of ourselves In this matter and we arc Buffering no pangs of conscience on account of any "sacrifice of principles" In the position wo have taken and in view of pnst political history In Ohio county, we respectfully suggest to some of our critics' on tho other side thalrbcforo .tliey throw any more stones they had best remember that they live In Kla?3 I houses: ABanner isfactory returns. K 'ii ' Crop Year f authorized to announr W. Fleiier, of Heaver Dnin, Ky., a a candidate for tho Republican nomi nation for the offlco ot member of tho I latum of Representatives from Ohio county, subject to tho Genernl Primary Klcctlon, Sat. August 2, 1913. Wo nr .M. Start out this season expecting the largest crop year in your existence. Strong faith in your undertakings coupled with an abundance of energy and good judgment in its prosecution will, in most cases, bring sat- FOR COUNTY JUDO 13. to announce Wo are authorized KSQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold voting precinct, a candldato for the' Republican nomination for .ludgu of Ohio County Court. Genernl Primary Blcctlon Snt. August 2, 1913. Wo aro authorized to announce M. Cultivating too Much Ground is a Waste of Energy. Planting a Crop Without Fertilizer HKAVRIN as a candldato for tho Republican nomlnntlon for County Judge of Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. L. Wo arc authorized to announco J. H. MILKS, of Paradise, a cnndldato is Bad Judgment. have fully 'demonstrated that a hundred bushels of corn and more can be grown on an acre of ground by proper cultivation and the liberal use of good fertilizers. For over 30 years THE BOY CORN GROWERS for tho Republican nomination for Judge of Ohio county court. General Primary Klcctlon, Sat. August 2, 1913. B. Wo aro authorized to announco L. Ky., T1CHKNOR of Hartford, routo D, as a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for the office of County Judge of Ohio county, subject to tho action of tho General Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Challenge Corn Grower, stead Tobacco Grower and Corn and Wheat Grower. have been used with success on qany of the- best farmers in Two carloads fresh from the ware rooms ready for you, and - Home- h all crops by Wo arc authorized to announce C. E. SMITH a candidate for the Repub- lican nomination for County Attorney county. General Primary Klcctlon, Sat. August 2, 1913. of Ohio Tr We arc authorized to announce D. .today", Mr. Albert history which brings the present lnson, who has mado a. BAKER RllOADS, of Beaver Dam, ft Democratic administration face to study of his subject, shows Just what candidate for tho Republican nominaface with tho doctrine of State's rights "freo" sugar would mean. OF OHIO COUNTY tion for County Attorney of Ohio In connection with Japanese matter county. General Primary Election. To put sugar on the'freo list would, In California. The Democratic lwrty he shows, be of no benefit at all to Sat. August 2, 1913. "s Vfttf no South has always been a the consumer. The refiner would County is Divided Into Eigli Stato's rights party, but now wo have gain rather than lose by It. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. the strange, complex situation with Districts List Is But "free" sugar would crush out We are authorized to announce C. Secretary of State of ex,Btencc the beet 8URar industry .the Democratic Iw O. HUNTER, of Hartford.os a candiGiven. rushing to uaiuornia m an eiion io of tll0 ana Far Western FOR CORONER. brow-bedate for the Republican nomination tendent of Schools of Ohio county, frighten tho.ft.rn. i. would nhaolutnlv destroy or nursuadc, u, Jjfb v Wo aro authorized to announco Dr. for tho office of County Court Clerk Mbject to the General Primary Elec- California 'Legislature Into submission - he cano jnduBtry ot it , Primary tfon, Sat. August 2, 1913. A. 11. RILEY as a candlddate for the bout n matter which Is admittedly present ot Ohio County. General rula feugar produccr8 of Since ; offlco of Coroner, of Ohio County sun- - . , ,, m,,,,,,,, campaignthe opening of the of Ohio" Election, Augusi z, clearly within the rights of the clu- ."i.!- for county offices 'm'r''" u . ect to tne nct,on,f tno Republican "" xens ot the Stnto. Verily, strange . pQU JAILER. Cu'bai And wti, 'their, ruin would county, there have' been several re' Party at tho General Primary Ausust . things arc coming to pass In these . We are authorized to announco i i. thn American . exnort trade to quests at The Republican office for a vo aro aumorueu iu uiiuum. j. 2, 1913. i. : days. list of the magisterial districts of CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of pcavor W. DUVALL, of Select voting prethose Islands. 'ttie "Repubcinct ,as a candldato lor the Re"Free" sugar would mean a $52,- - Ohio county, and for tho information Dam, Ky., candidate for FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. , A Minority Administration. lican nomination for County Court publican nomlnntlon for the office of of our readers we give them belowt 000,000 annual deficit In the customs Wo aro authorized to announce W. Ohio county. General PriClerk of NO 1 HARTFORD DISTRICT. The President seems to hae lost reTenueB wjth apparently no conjpen-igJailer of Ohio county. Genera! Pri- If. PIERCE, of Roslne precinct, a E. Hartford, W. Hartford, Beda, mary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. of the significance of the advantages to anybody save mary Election Sat. August 2, 19)3 candidate for tho Republican nomurea of tho national election last year the foreign producers. .ew xorn HefHn. I. r ination for Justice of the Peace, Ro41. NO. 2 BEAVER DAM DISTRICT. There was a total voto of 13,034,800, Herald. We aTfi authorized to announce J. We arc authorized to announce W. slne Magisterial District. General i of which Mr. Wilson received 6,293,E. Beaver Dam, W. Beaver Dam, T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND, routo C, Hnr P. MIDKIFF as a candldato for the Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 191?. Prentiss, Cromwell. ;iJ0. Other candidates had 8,"41,C80. A ford, for the Republican nomination Republican nomination for Jailor of Among the Lodges. NO. 3 ROCKl'ORT DISTRICT. fresh recourse to popular judgement for the offlco ot County Court CieYk Ohio county. General Primary Electo announco Wo aro authorized The Roll Call and Home Coming Cool of Ohlo'county. General Primary would not give the President tho comN. Rockport, S. Rockport, tion Sat. August 2. 1913. ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, a fort he seeks. Two of tho parties sup- conducted by Rough River Lodge No. Springs, Mcllenry. August 2, 1913 candidate for the Republican nomlnn- ported the Protective principle, and :15, Knights of Pythias, at Castle NO. 4 CENTERTOWN DISTRICT, to announce tion for Justice of tho Peace In Hart Wo aro authorized their combined strength was 7.C04,- - Hall Tuesday evening brought out Contertown, BmallhouB, Pt. PleaB-an- t, We art authorized to announce Primary elecmajority of tho whole a largo attendance and was a success C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route ford district, General JOHN ,. a clear Ceralvo, Rcuder. SEP. P. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell 1, as tion Sat. August'2, 1913. a candldato for the Democratic i'n evfcly detail. A the list of names NO. 5 itOSINE DISTRICT. vote prfecract, ti 'Vftndidato for tho RepubOhio county. callIs examined by sep; composing the membership" wiisRoslne, Horse Branch, Select, Ar- lican nomination for Clerk of Ohio nomination for Jailer of If the case to announco Wo aro authorised General Primary Election, Sat. Aued; each one responded with ft little nold. erato states the point is emphasized cdunty. General Primary Election, gust 2, 1913. W1NSON SMITH, of Solect precinct, hlslory of the NO. 6 SULPHUR SPRINGS DIS. Saturday, August 2, 1913. that the present administration rep- speech, touching some a candidate for tho Republican nomiresents tho smallest minority that the lodge, or the particular member s Sulphur Springs, Olaton. Narrows, nation for Justlco ot tho Peuco of Wo aro authorized to announce C. the . ecr found. Itself lit control of tho experiences whllo taking witty ranks Magan. Rosino .Magisterial District. General announco LOf We are authorized to little R r'STKICT. P. TURNER, or Hartford, Ky., as n NO. country. Indiana, for Instance, has a and many bright and AugUBt 2, 1913. . SMITH, of Hertford, Route C, as a candldato for tho Democratic nom- Primary Election, Sat. In the absence of t FdrlfSVtIK-East Fordsvllle, solid Democratic delegation of thlr- - talks resulted. noml-latlo- n .indidate for tho Democratic Jination for tho offlco ot Jailer of , "teen In the House, et tho party poll- Knight 13. M. Woodward, tho roll call Shrove, Wo aro authorized to announce for the oliico of County Court Ohio county, subject to tho (ioneral NO 8 BARTI.r K 'H"TrV-T- . 13.07 per cent ot tho total was conducted by Knight C. M. Hared only A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a e abject to the 01 rlv of Ohio county, timely comment Primary Election, Saturday, August candldato for tho Republican nomina Aetnaville. Ht.l :l R "f'v. E- -yjote of the state. Wilson's vote In nett, who had somo tbr Oen'ral Primary, aifii'ii 2, 1913. xor to make on each member as his name lett, Buford. Indiana wns 2S1.S9U, ana inai tion for Justlco of tho Peace, of the , -- " August 2, 1913. P. quartetto Sulphur Springs district. General PriProtective platforms 313.274. Ohio's was called. The K. of E. A Great Bulldlr.f. Falls Wo aro authorized to announco mary Election, Sat. August 2 .1913. delegation In tho House Is eighteen composed of Knights W. J. Bean, " POU SHERIFF S" Democrats, three Republicans. Wil- P. Moore, John W. Taylor and A. K. when Its foundation Is undermined, JOHN A. DANIEL, ot Hartford, Ky., 4.13,152, whllo Anderson, rendered soniO splendid se and If tho 'foundation of heatlh good Wo aro authorized to annduncc S. as a candldato for tho office of Jailer son's vote In Ohio was Protective- platforms received 500,393. lections at various times during tho digestion is' attacked, quick collapse A. BRATCHER as a candidate for of Ohio county, Biibject to tho Gen BECAUSE Tappan follows. Gm tho first signs of Indi tho "Republican nomination for SherFive of tho Democratic congressmen evening; while Knight J. B. eral Primary Election, Saturday, Augraphophono to tho gestion, Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills iff of Ohio county, subject to tho gust 2 1913. i from Ohio hao stated that they will also lntroducedhis should bo taken to tono tho stomach General Primary Blcctlon, Saturday, not voto for free wool. No doubt they delight ot the Knights. Light wero served under special and regulate liver, kdnojs and bow- - August 2, 1913. know their districts stand on FOR ASSESSOR. . party supervision of a committee composed els. Pleasant, easy, saio ana oniy -- o jlou and arc aware that tho . we are auiuorucu in unnraii iu.n( Barnard, McDbw-ell 'dTvlsVons o'f lust year put a minority of Knights T. R. cents at all druggists. Wo ar& authorized to artntfuTnco S. COX, of Ro'lno, oh h tundlea'o for Fogle and J. Noy Foster. Tne brick steer temporarily In power. They will roii....a.U'.i for tho of jr-imM:m"O. KKOWN as a candidate ffor tho the Renubl'-n.-- ' of President Jco cream was furnished by Knight District Conference. of tho Free-TraRepublican nomination for tho of- flco of .it wo of Ohio Coui.t), sub Bottling Ohio county, sub-w- t- lect to tho .'.cv.-i- il Primary Llcctlou, , JR Wilson and Secretary Bryan, and so Jesse Hoover, of tho Hartford Tho business of the Quarterly Con" fice of Sheriff of ill many Works, the first homo product ever member! r 1913. to the General Primary Elec will Democratic at id. hi in conducted by tho I're proferenco was states, in nn appeal to the peoplo tho served in Hartford, and It was tion, Sat. August 2, 111 lb. shipped siding Elder, Bro. Thompson, on Sat any over President will learn something that nounced as fine as ne to a,inr,,inco 'o uro authorized tho Knights urday, and tho Sunday following S. n., t.io.m WARIl. of lleila i, ru.lnct. ho ought to know now. His own stnto hero from Louisville. All W'o are autliotlvtcAl to ...u. ....... roll preached a splendid sermon. ( fn- - fie a candldato for tho Ropublica i noml - MQ of New Jersey voted heavily for Pro- Joined In pronouncing their first At tho Quarterly Conference tho E. BENNETT fn candl-Ia- t which is hereafter to bo mado an tection last November. St. Louis call, wero elect Democratic "rtoinlnatlon f' r fcjcrut nation for Assessor of Ohio county. aunual event, a splondld success and delegates and alternates District Confrecnco. Those of Ohio county, subject to tho Gen- General Primary Election Sat. August An sMilmnl Is a hog Is no reason why a Voto of thauUu was extended to tho ed for tho seelected from Hartford aro Bros. W. J. eral Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. his lood should not bo carefully What "Free" Sugar Would Mean ouunitte. Bean, J. E. Bean. Pror. noiiriLK aim 2, 1913. lected. It actually pays In dollars and Thero Is no other icature of tho Wo aro 'authorized to announco G cents, to do so. Como to my store E. P. Mooro. Tho alternates aro Bros. Marriage License. Tariff situation about which so much WILL BROWN, routo 1, Hartford.as a and Inspect SCHOOL SUPERlNTUXDr.N f. J. H. B. Carson, and J. D. Baugh. Conignorance has been displayed In Byron L. Brown, Echols, and Sa- Those elected from Goshen aro Bro. authorized to announce candldato for tho Republican nominaWo aro THE FINE FEED I CARRY gress and out of It as tho sugar , Fred Miller, tho alternate Bro. L. A. HENRY LEACH as a candldato for tion fortho offlco or Assessor ot Ohio die A. Hughes, Fordsvlllo.' schedule. Nor has any other glwn that makes stock grow and br' Mt. Hcr-uio- ii R. Helton and Leonn Westerflcld, Stevens. Thooo elected from for Coun county, suujici, to tho (ioneral Elec- you ' f tho Republican nomination In liyrgcr profits. Wo have rlso'to so much willful misrepresenaro Bros. F. O. Bennett, and ty School Superintendent Fordsvlllo. of Ohio tion, Saturday A'ig . '., 1'JftJ. s Feed, llprso Food, Cow Feed idd A. W. H. Park. tation. I and Leona i SjIuwUi county. General Primary Election ' lo'domand for "free" biigar, so Wo aro puthoi ed to announco L. Chicken Food. Tho District Conreronco is to up Sat. August, 2, 1913. Plislps, Mclloury. liu.il.' voiced by politicians in thoir 1'. H. llluton nmW.ela May Tay- hold at Lltcrmoro, Juno 10th through B. LONEY as h cii.U.dato for tho nte seoUlng crusades, has boon pa- lor, route 0, Hartfoid. n nu tlon for tho oftho 13th. 1 urge tho dolomites to bo to announco Republican Wo aro authorized you raded as In tho Interest of the o mlo county, subWilson and Ruady Hughes, of present and If It Is lmpo&siblo for so JOHN W. ODELL. of West Fords- flco of Ae lrn Tho Produce Merchant who Is depicted as being robElecto be present notify tho ulte.fiatu Cromwell. Republican ject to tho General 1 Prlnmry s arrangements thus. vlllo precinct, for tho bed by wicked rofhwra. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY he may inaKo his tion, Sat. AujiU..t 2, I 11. O. Duff, Narrows, and Valeria nomination for tho offlco of Superln- In an Illuminating rovlow of tho W. E. SAV1LLE, Pu9tor. situation, published by the D. Harrison, Dundee. . v. It Is -mil .! fimrsa a strange turn in National Herald .' our county. mills in our more to follow. Drive in, we will be pleased to load you and you won't be sorry you made the deal. SoS;:mag.sterial district E.P. BARNES &BR0. BEAVER DAM, KY. at jhio m Iya iu. .,,," -- ht As-igo- ry 'Elec-tI6n,"S- - j bat-urda- y, - JUST OPT de oiHBia tmw oruro ......, SHPlEggpif ,,, yvtomm.9 Globe-Democr- ' con-BUin- W. E. ELLIS i SyjnviiZJ,... --wi., ii.j i. . --' . ,: 'f2m .,,. , i I l-H- X i i attended the dance Twenty coup Cooper & Co., tho M'Wynienv Mvo given by tho Hertford boys Wednesv added four now buj?Rle and throo adday night at Dr. Bean's Rink and It ditional horsts to Hlr stock here. was highly enjoyed by all. Tho music Mrs. J. Noy Foster Tias accepted a was rendered by Messrs. Murray lemnorary position In tho office of nnntol ntul I Winn nml was of tho W. S. Tlnaley. , County Court Clerk hlKh class typo. Several Mr. Harold Holbrook arrived homo guests were present. Mr. Xall was -- w. r, ' nrirsrwsM,hiT.w v mj vz TuesJn .om Now Mexico, where there In his "Olllc James suit." tKT&ZjM :fW Or hIS months ilin j.,.inl snvprnl w7CT9Mrc21HI-i7- 7 Howling Is announced this Mr.J. A. fSo- 5health. J ! week as a candidate for Tho RepubM!Km!wwir ! rr,-ST- -' Attorneys M.. L Hravrln and Ernest lican nomination for Justice of tho '"U,s KMflbiX. Woodward havo returned from Green-ivillPcaco In tho .Sulphur Springs dis Ky., whero they attended cirtrict. Ksu. Bowling was a member of cuit court. tho Fiscal Court for a number of i.i.i.i.i.i.i.iii.i.i.Liiiii Tho Stratfords, musical entertainers years and served with distinction. under direction or the Hartford Col-le- Ho Is deservedly popular In his loUie: 50UARE PETAL ill Lyceum Course, at the opera cality and will make a strong race. s-3WINS- - JUST ASK houso tonight. sa In this Issue of Tho Republican will Flour be found tho announcement of Mr. !UW)MERS VrfMETHETK. Tho famous Heaver Dam 1 111 and Meal Is for sale by V. H. Wlnson Smith, as a candidate for the SatisfacMooro & Son, Hartford. Republican nomination for Justice 42t2 tion guaranteed. ft of the Pcaco in tho Roslne MinisSupt. of Schools Henry Leach Is terial District. Mr. Smith is a well OL THE BEST THATS attending tho meeting of tho Ken- known farmer and contractor nnd Is IN THE MARKET tucky Educational Association at well duallficd for any position which ltJE-kJI2l-l-L.L. ' TUr Louisville this week. he may seek. His nomination would Ohio Circuit Court adjourned yes- add strength to tho ticket in his lo w terday, after a ten days session. Prac- cality. tically all of tho business on tho Elsewhere In tho' columns of Tho dockot was completed. tarings to us Republican will bo found the adverF.vprv Messrs. E. P. Moore, "1. H. Black, tisement of Barnes and Clay Machine is E. E. Dlrkhead and J. P. Stevens Works, of Central City, who have EVERY COME, --SEE OUR CLOTHING. will leave noxt week for a week's tho exclusive agency lrf Ohio county nVpnnmpreal line, .es- fishing at Grassy creek. for the noted Ford automobiles. There THREAD IN EVERY --SUIT WE --SELL, COME S d are already several automobiles in Tho stork left a fine BACK WHEN WE TELL FROM THE --SHEEP'-S boy at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Rol this county and from tho present many more Itllev Monday morning. .Dr. A. B. prospect there will be up-to-dYOU --SO. WOOL I.S WOOL IN OUR --SHOP. in owners in a short time in thlB Riley attending phyplclan. Mr. Claude Blankcnshln, candidate county. OUR MODEL.S ARE UP To THE MINUTEj OUR for the Republican nomination for' Col. C. M. Barnett, of thiB paper, as give as to County Court Clerk, was a pleasant has been selected as an Associate PATTERNS ARE THE bRIdHTE-S- T WEAVER; caller at this office Monday. Director of the Kentucky Association closest WEAR OUR THE MAKE HS FAULTLE-SJ- . Tho Louisville Weekly Herald and of tho Perry Centennial Celebration, Tho Hartford Republican, one year which has charge of the mammoth CLOTHE.S. YOU WILL LIKE THEM. PRICE each, for $1.35. Send ''all orders to celebration of the Centennial Ann! Tho Renubllcan. Hartford. Ky. 32tf vereary of the various events of the YOU WILL BUY THEM. WEAR ONE THEM KentucklanS If you have something for sale, ad War of 1812, In which OF OUR NEW --5UIT.S NEXT SUNDAY AND vertise it la Tho Republican, Hart- served with distinction. Tho ceienra in stock. will be held at Louisville Sept ford. 'Rates are low, and gladly, fur- Hon U-ALL OF 5, 1913. YOU WILL SKIP FOR JOY. 6IVE 34 tf nished upon application. The lunlor editor of The Republi ...on. D. Baker Rhoads, of Beaver IN EVERY LINE AND WE YOUR in reDam. candidate .Tor the Republican can aenokwledges with thanks tie nomination for Oounty Attorney, was, ceipt of an invitation from Dr. C. WILL GIVE YOU A --SQUARE DEAL. a pleasant caller at this office Tues Ross Bennett to attend the graduation exercises of tho Chclago College day. Ben Blankenship, candidate ot Medicine and Surgery. Ds. Mr. Claude nett graduates from that well known for tie Republican nomination for year, and while in county court clerk, was In Hartford institution this ochool there ,has tmade- - .a 'splendid Wednesday and paid Tho Republican, record and has done' fine work. Dr. ?calL Bennett Is another Hartford boy who Mr. Llndsky Dorsey, mining and INCORPORATED. lias' --Kade good. civil engineer of Louisville .and who 'to Mr. Onel Owen, who moved Is doing work in the oil "fields here. was a pleasant caller at this office Fordsville recently and- - open.ed a barSer shop, died at that place Friyesterday. The remains were day morning. The Stratferds, which appear nere fath- Teputatlon of jfleas- - hroucht here to the home of his tonight have the erfin-laMr. O. T. iQlBannon, Satlne every audience. Their program -urday morning' and funeral Bervicea I 'or boy win tho tine conslsts" 'of 'musical numbers and noere conducted at line First Baptist Help some girl quartette' ssinglng. .Shetland Pony and outfit. Church Saturday afternoon, inter Mr. Nathan Rosenblatt has return of j Mrs. A. Iva Nail, who has been ment following at lOakwood cemetery. ed from a. .visit with his parenta af Mr. Owen was 19 years old and leaves Quito sick, is somewhat Improved. . t It It . ... Jizurj jbim oo ntinttftlni. itin Hawesvllle, --and has resumed his du a, .wife and one cKlUl. .Miss ...B -- - ties as manager of the Rosenblatt K. E. A. at LoulsrUle .that, week. Mr. U. S. Ccj,.tae groceryman ol store in Hartford. Mrs. Ira JX Bean, .who .'has been visited his XhlB city, returned yesterday from Mr. Emory Scnroater called suffering from ioillltfl,'Js 'ifctter. family here this week. His floating. Louisville where he hud been cash prices at Commercial at 'Point to. attend the funeral and burial of Best studio iB now anchored Carson, who died in for Egg, Chickens and butter. -Pleasant amd will be brought to Hart- Mrs. Robert S. of tuberculosis. Mr. usediSe very much ( To be that city Sunday Associa- ford 1. Tho Ohio County .Medical -Robert Carson. Is a son of Mr. Ktt a matter of taste. It is tion mot at Beaver .Pain, .ypsterday. Mr. G. G. Wedding, sales manager' Carson who lived in the No Creek ToWaco Co, Mr. Oliver Klrkuatrlck, lot Green for the .Axton-Fishcommunity of this .county for many important, tfiough, i visited his father, years, ville spent Friday and Saturday hero. of Louisville, and for a long time has hem the frames act properly; Judge R. it. Wedding here Wednes Mn-- 1 sale. I havo Hay for a good position in Louisville. R. B. MARTIN. Hartford, Ky. day and Thursday. 33tf on tho noee and at thc Carson, the deceased, leaves Mr. Groste WllliamB visited friends and one child. Mr. W. B. Bender, city, was a right distance from 'the pleasant caller at tills vQffloo yester- faero last week. He has been trans Tho receipts at the Hartford post-offlcomferred to Chicago by the caa iEyes;that the lenses be day. , for the month of April will works and will pany for which he Mr. C. C. Carter, of .Narrows, was .perfectly centered, ana astonish most people. There are seven bo located there in the ruturc, of, Hartford and that a welcome caller at lids offlco Monretamed rural routes out business and work ,hov are you to know Mre. day. adds much to tho . from Owensboro where she went to of 'the Hartford office, but notwlth-- ' wheu some aiie guessing? Mrs T. S. Marks left Tuesday for consult an oyo specialist. She has had standing this the past month has Louisvlllo to visit relatives lor a few WE NEVER GUESS. serious trouble with her eyos for sev been tho heaviest In many months, days. eral months, but they are now much probably. nilng April $334.80 was Mrs. Lula Coppagc, td Leucniiciu, better. stamps, postals and enveC , sold In is visiting her daughter. .Mrs. Otto Tho Ohio County Jury Commission-- lopes; while tho postal money orders Martin. Judgo J. P. Miller, amounted to J2.329.83, 'which shows Lers, composed of Copies of The Republican will be trgll Renfrow and C. K. Morrison tliat a lot of money Is sent out each Pony ont to all contestants in the Monday, Tuesday' wero in session month by this. system; tho parcel post Contest. and Wednesday, arranging tho Jury: .business amounted to $23.80, whlcn Tho prizes given In" The Republi- list for tho coming year. was a gain df $3.04 over the month Tho llcliaWc Jeweler can's contest are well worth workbo impossible tof March. that It will and Optician, ing for. at this time to arrange to make reguBank Stock to be Sold. worker will .surely Io lar trips to Hartford as was announcTho hardest KY. I will on Monday, May 0, 1913. rewarded handsomely in our Pony ed last week. DR. CLAUDE WILSON. Contest. at the court houso door In Hart.Fordsvlllo, Ky. ford,' sell by public auction, at Anderson was able Mon- Prof. Fred p. m., five shares (day, lo resume his school work, after lino of feed Corn, Oats, about ono o'clock A new Mule In tho Cromwell Deposit Bank, a wet" ks illness Bran andSeverene Horse, and You to see our new line of DRY GOODS and .Leach, deceased. , FRIDAY, .MAY 2. Xoasrs. Silas Stovons, Cromwell, and f(pd. and also a nice lino of fresn owned by A. B. day of MILLINERY and Terms made known on LADIES' FURNISHINGS, Keown, city, were among our groceries. Wo pay cash and sell at low C. I sale .Right reserved to reject any callore'Tuesday. prices. Cull and eeo. . rock bottom DRESS MAKING. New Hats and Dress Goods nr nil lililB. H. L. DEAVBR & CO. " at Dr iiam.B op. ,U. II. H. & E. Railroad Time TaDiej J. A. LEACH, Admr. arrive every week. . !era houso Saturday night. Now songa Miss Alice Keown luw gone to Bowl at Hartford, Ky. now yiocure- -. lng Greon to attend the normal Monday and Big Honey Crop Predicted. offe-tl- vo U. & N. timo card In Miss MamSpaldlng is sending tho school to do some special work Aug. 2Ut. Tho following Is taken from an injiowensboro tho guest of tho teachers training class. Sho is 7:19 . m. week-en- d entitled "Increasing Hoes," article Io. 112 North Bound due this week attending the l.entucny Miss FrancULlttlo Issue of ,iniiv excont Sunday. AssoclntlnnatLoulsvllle. .published In tho current 13 P m. Wheeler and Attornoy Educational Rov. W. Farm and Fireside: 114v North Bound iluu J: .No. to GIRL IIELP WANTED-G- lrl si wero ploasant callers "The hubject of Increasing bees will Otto C. M dally except bumlay. 3:43 a. in. at this off and cooking. Good bo given much thought by tho Veterday. help do housework 115 South Bound duo No. party. Word is light. ' dally except Sunday. tho coming season, and well ,pcr and City Mnrsnai homo for right Mr. Fro in1:4G I. in. good icfercnces. Apply It might, as tho No; 113 South Bound due a Must furnish loft yesterday ior i'J. P. Stc A. B. WL'DDING. except Sunday. to dustry has grown to bo very profitdally V 1tomilli fow da8 r Dundee K". able In less than flvo years honey 41tf II. B. MISC1IKB. Agt. Jun',S3,'3ll'ord, who is attend- Michigan cities near Mr. Say, Mr. Bualn.s man; do' you has advanced In OF TAOOMA, WASH. ono ling 8cho(rrir4,WnB Grocn,' vi3lted printing done! 1' you do which 1 llvo from twelve and need any j weolc. this his m print half cents to twenty cents, whlousalo. Who wants tho blcyclo? Analy- let us do It for ou. A. most Ttho Pony? Any R. (hA toy In Ohio comity vn.i- - T.fMrr Heads. Kuvelo ios, Bill Tho same Increase is found tin Shetland u "!-. old may bocomo a Heads, Statomeuts, .l.l.P, lypowrlt-te- n sections. The coming suason. will bo i... Ml.i tint nVPL. Attorney P. T. Noel, o "'Tl'T Circulars. an excellent one. All clover and moat fony Contest. Letters, Sale I'.u1 , plants aro In bcjterj 4 was In town yesterday. at right HARTFORD, rk tho Shetland etc.1, and print Vn By a; Is r.nmmGrcial Hotel. years nnu a jnrt; m fary Boll, of Owensboro, us with your next order. condition than ror Miss buggy will boloug prices. Try - Pony, Maggld Grit32tf. liou?v crop Is predicted." visiting her aunt, Mrs. y girl or boy. Call at Tho Republican or to son Jin. KfOM ft flHLflE7i7 A4&&9tffl&fr' V---- rf,vfVs ''J&flZ' D c, M- fi- iWka ?i - PPT-i-OTAE- P That qur IwTv the verv latest week in New Spring Millinery. Our trade but we are in everv pecially prepared to show the ladies the ate lilMattf rieadwear. SS- FAIR.rj5TPRlE OUR-CLOTJUNG fbR. SEE nine-poun- call on Mrs. Sara Collins Smith. She will be well you show you, pleased prices. the very NW Oxfords. New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Trimmings, McCall .Patterns Courteous salespeople to wait on you. These are 'our, inducements. Bear mind and remember that IT this Uont tail to 29-O- PATS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. -- CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. The Kand FRAMES! 1 Children to abo-lt.Jai- ne, Matde that. er Dresses co 48 Cents 98 Cents. "Glasses Right, Good Sight." RoseiblLtt's. J. B. TAPPAN, HARTFORD, ' I.nd ' Hartford Republican. WAN LOYAL BROS., - Narrows, Ky bee-keen- er LINDSAT DORSET Civil and Mining Engineer sis at Reasonable Rates. honoy-producl- maW-NUp- Geological Examinations, Surveys.Oil ' J?' i'.t honoy-produci- Oy t --JA, V , i,-V4t-- A, Hi ll'ft.fr.KJS. ?0t O-Jtau-: -- jAfai- vJktttudv uWmAj- - , 'reia , w I t rjf onor, President; Henry Plrtlo, So. th0 HoU80 o(. Representatives, Plat- - of rotary; 8. E. Bennett, Treasurer. who may bo nominated upon this Ohio County COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. 'platform, should ho bo selected by Henry Leach, Chairman, llnrtford, According to Farmer, Brilliant Idea, Good Story of Prudent Princess Who First Wo endorse all tho steps tho people lit llio final election, is Circuit Court T. F. Hlrkhcnd, Ky. Makes an Excellent Use of Her Had Had the Mot 8a 1 if a c-j Judge; lien D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. - ' Instructed rfd plcdycd to voto for 1. L. B. Tlchcnor, Hartford, It. F". which havo been taken by tho Conn tory Results. Two Suitors. , P. .Mldklff, Jailer; M. O. Uarrass, D. No. G. ty Republican. and Progressive Exec- - tho following laws: Clerk; E. E. Hlrkhcnd, Master Com2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. A measure embodying tho lnltln- - missioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee Alonzo Thompson, known as "Den utlvo Committees, leading up to and Jacob Fischer, head of tho Barbers' 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Jury Fund: T. II. Hlnck, Sheriff, young man," Is to including tho call for this convcii- - live nml referendum. I. II. L. Airortl, Whlto Riln, Ky. Jntcrnntlonnl union, said at a bar- Tor's O. Kcdwn, Tho recall for nil State, District Hartford. Deputies--S- . 5. Rlchnrd Pluniincr, Taylor Mlnes4 Inherit from his father elthor G or Hon to fonnulato a platform upon kers' banquet In Indianapolis: Heaver Dam; G. !'. Jones, Routo f, Kentucky. "Scientific manngomont Is a Joko. $5,000,000, according as ho succeeds which candidates for tho various coun- - ami County officials, Hnrtrord; W. l Earp, R03I110. Court ty offices and member of tho House An It will contlnuo to bo a joko till men or falls in business. amendment to tho Primary In February machines." to tell," said Mr. Thomp of Representatives nro to appeal to' Election Law, providing for tho eloc- - convenes first Monday weeks; third "It's hard lira turned into and continues three :p:h When I hear ono of theso efllcioncy son tho other day, "whether I am to voters of Ohio county for support nt tlon of delegates to National conven- Munduy In April, two weeks; third engineers boasting that ho can treble go through life Ilka tho old prlnco or tho coining November election, under tions, and for tho selection of nil Monthly in October two weeks. County Court R. R. Woddlng. and qundruplo tho day's work of a Uko tho young prince, emblem, believing party committeemen. "There's a story, you know, about tho Republican Judgo; v. s. Tlnsley, Cterk; C. E. bricklayer or a barber or n plumber, An amendment to tho Primary Elec Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court a prudent princess and two royal suit- that It Is best for thoso who may 1 think of Cornelius Husk's, hens. CcncraJ Primary tokhow what lion Law, providing thai vherc convenes first .Monday In each "Corn Husk was feeding his hens ors. Whon it was announced thnt tho Attorney Law with cornmeal ono summer day when princess had reached a marriagcablo may bo expected of them in ntlvntirr, Uivr l only ono cnndhlnto of nny month. Quarterly Court Heglns on the spend- ago, two princely suitors presented and fair to tho people of the Coilrtly party n't tho closo of tho tlmo '.Imlt. HARTFORD, KT. en efficiency engineer who was fourth Monday in Februnry, May, ing his vacation on tbo farm said, Im- themselves at court to know Just whero their candidates tho selection may bo made through August nml November. Will practice his profusion fn Ulai "Tho first was very old and very stand, upon nil question's Of public patiently: Court of Claims Convene first and adjoining counties. Commercial, that party's commit toe. "'Why wasfo all that good corn-rjne- rich. Ho knelt on a rheumatic kneo, Interest. Law Tuesday lit January ami first TuesAn amendment to tho Elor-tloprincess' slim whtto hand, on those hens? Tho stuff looks kissed tho day !u October. and Criminal Practlco a Specialty. to have Second. Wo favtof rigid economy permitting any candidate just Uko sawdust. Other County OMccik--Substitute saw- and wheezed: S. Mox- parties ley, Snrvejor, Fovd'jWlle, In tho conduct of nil tho business the benefit of tho votes of all Ky., It. '"Ah, I would dlo for youT dust for It, then. Tho hens won't' "Tho princess smiled. 'Stand nsldo,' of tho Touny to tho end that tax - which may support Ills candidacy by l 1). No. L'; ifcrnnril Felix, Assesknow tho difference.' tho efficiency engineer twirled! sho said, and thcro was no dlsplcasuro es Tuny 1e reduced to tho lowest pos- - having his nntne placed under inor'o sor, Hartford, Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Henry Loach, Superintendent, llnrt-forfifldc rate, realizing that wo nro bur- - than ono dovlco upon the Ixillot. mustache, puffed out his chest, In' her voice. iis Law Dr. A I). Rllcy, Coroner, Hurt-for"'Then tho second suitor stopped doned by tho present high tixcs, The repeal of the 'odious reglstni- off haughtily, tho way ho tind strode HARTFORD, KYS forth. Ho was very young, very hand State, county and town. nlways did after submitting a new tlon cortlf lento law. Which in every JUSTICES' COURTS. Mtpans. W. H. Diinutj mid C. B. I.pllo Combs, llnrtford, Tuesday Idea. Ho went back to town tho next, some, and very poor. Kneeling with Third. As a matter of economy election has made easy tho corriip- ;ird 'day, and from town, a fow months. gallant grace, ho kissed tho princess' and In tho Interest of n better tlon of tho ballot wherever cortlfl- - ntttr 3rd Monthly In Mnrch,, Tuesday Smith aim win 00 that 'Lhuy luivo foru-- a Monday lnJuiic, Tuesday after later, ho wroto to Husk to find out hand In his turn and said: iKirUkt-ahilfor U10 general pracbuslncss system, wo favor placing the eatcs aro required. "'Ah, I would llvo for you!' after 3rd Monday In September, Tueslow tho sawdust feed was working. tice of law, exfript criminal and dlvor Fiscal affairs of tho county In the A mcasuro prohibiting tho use of day after 3rd Monday In December. again tho princess smiled. "And "Tho sawdust feed is working Miles, Hoc!; port, Friday John 'My. "'I am yours,' sho said, and at tho hands of a commission to bo com- - money, with which to corrupt vot- - nftcr 3rdH. Monday In March, Friday aisos, Mr. Smith bolng Coiimty Attor-iiri- y Husk wroto back. :flnef' Corn la prowntod from practicing eucfcv dlslnfrnnchlslug any one o!d yellow hen has been on it over samo tlmo she beckoned to the old poscd of threo persons to bo chos- - crs, and afUT 3rd .Monday In June, Friday fllnco you left, and in her last hatch- prince to draw near again. 'I am yours en by tho voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes. Monday In September, cciw.. Mr. Bttnuo will Individually nftcr 3rd just as soon as this old gcntlomon large; believing that tho finances Oftkvn ing six of tho chicks had wooden A corrupt practice act. la Friday after 3rd .Monday In De- accent such proctloo. legs, three wero woodcocks and the. dies for mo." cember. Hartford Ropubllcau building, Hartof tho county can better bo handled Workman's compensation law. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday ford, K", rest were woodpeckers and rail-- ' A measure pluclng our penal Instltu-ca- n by a smaller number of men, who after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Wedtarda.' " NO DOUBT ABOUT THE FACT entirely with their tlons under control of nonpar-businebe chosen a nesday nfter 3rd Monday In Juno, qualiflcatons In view. Un- - tlsan commission, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in SepNeeded der this arrangement tho offco of Assertion HAD MANIA FOR EATING PIE Representative's Repeal of tho hunter's tax. tember, Wednesday after 3iu Mon- No Corroboration In View of tintr In nripnfiiti.ii- Repeal of tho dog tax. Justice of tho Peaco would not be Subsequent Happening. o Law John 11. .Miles. Rockimrt. Friday! Pennsylva- Cvery Night a Its powers for' Abolishment of many needless detracted from, but alter 3rd Monday - March, FrUay nlan Broke Into a Bakery HARTFORD, KY. In the maintenance of or- - flees created by tho last session of after 3rd Monday In June, Friday A representative of Pennsylvania is to Get It. after 3rd Monday In September, Frl- - ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN one of the three or four Quakers in der in tho various magisterial dls- - the legislature. A measure reforming tho taxing uay alter 3rd Monday In Dcconibcr. the house. Rules of tho house permit trlcts would bo far greater. Becauso he was overly fond of J. C. Jackson, Centertown, SatThjs offico Is equipped for handof county Quakers, Instead of swearing alFourth. Tho office of tho State which will place urday nftcr 3rd Monday In March, was wont to appease his appetite. the erery night at tho bakery of'Bauman legiance to the, constitution when the sessor should be abolished, and the tho burdens of taxation where they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, ling Commercial Iaw and Collection: oath is administered, to form a sepa- duties of that official performed by properly belong, instead of upon the Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep- Items' as well as other legal and litiBrothers, unknown to the proprietors,-WilliaWlland, a respected and well-- ; rate party afterward and "affirm." men chosen by the County Board of men who own small homes and vlsl- - tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday gated matters. Practlco In all The story is told of one Quaker Commlssioners, for each magisterial Prompt and vigorous scrvlce,--M- . 4o4o citizen of Somerset, Pa., was bio property, not easily evaded in the in Dacombcr, M. c. Cook, Ronfrow, Tuesday af In $500 ball for his appearance member who came Into congress some district L. Heavrln's Office Jeld assessment. ter 2nd Monday In .Mnrch, Tuesday time ago, who did not know of the os charge of forcible entry and Fifth. The people of Ohio county A law giving Mio people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday provision made for the separate cerewhich Is a penal offense. we equal advantages with thoso of the after 3rd .Monday in August, Tuos-da- y better roads and Wlland, according to the author!-- ' mony, He walked forward when bis deserves after 2nd Monday In November. iXee, has made it a practice surreptl-4ioasl- y name was called with other new mem-ber- s, pledge the candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the Thomns Sanders, Olaton, Wednesand muck againsi bis wishes, nomluated upon this platform if elect j railroads to give us tho benefit of 2 day bakery almost to enter the big after the second Monday In Ightly and gorge himself with newly swore" his allegiance. At the conclu- ed, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mllo passenger rate, March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday "swearing" ha saw the to inaugurate a system which shall Upon all other matters not spccl-brin- g In .May, Wednesday nfter 3rd Monday Ohio County Staked pletu PoV some time he re sion of the al! traces of his nightly feast, other Quakers walk up and "affirm. about this desired end In thelflcally mentioned herein, our randl- - In August, Wednesday after 2nd .MonHARTFORD, KY Rushing out into the corridor after day In the firm bakes several hundred spoedlcst and beet possible way. date is directed to voto in the interest GrantNovember. Pnnlnvlllo. Pollard. Tnns.lnv All Matters Given Prompt Altcn-tioWlland de-- one of them as he left the chamber, each'nlgni, - of progress, and for tho general wel- Sixth. We pledge our hearty supafter End Monday In March, Thurshe demanded: PENSION AFFIDAVITS was not missed. day after 2nd Monday in May, Thurs'Why didn't yon tell me yoa were port In behalf of every effort to im- - fare of all our people, fSBslly, however, Wlland resorted day after 3rd Monday In August, SPECIALTY. It, I prove our schools, for better build- Upon this declaration of principles t sampling the pies before he would 3wore,M ji9 affirm; why, ut Thursday after 2nd Monday In NoExchange? ingi, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of this convention vember. The employes of the .Jpsgln the feast course in agriculture for ever high pledge their hearty support to the a J. L, Pntlnn 'Ttnliih. Prlilnv itfln.. JHfeMX noticing the. mutilated pleSj Ufa Nlghtcaii. .iBsTiTrap and caught Wlland. Bchool, and an agricultural experi- candidates who may be nominated 2n'.'4 Monday In Mnrch, Friday after Let our but thought U the evening ment farm located in the county. 3 sub nu viytwwuuu was j.ui in at the general primary electloUjHril aim .Monday in May, Friday after 3rd I AM be one of thanksgiving that. In the .'fsssaat have Die." Seventh. Our sympathies aro with Saturday In August noxl, under tho Monday In August, Friday after 2nd Monday In Novombcr few hours of the day now ending, so TV v to Log Cabin for tho various offices to the farmers In their efforts HARTFORD POLlCfi COURT. To do any kind of Veterinamuch good will naa Been show to us. pro- be voted for In Ohio county at the C. M. Crowe, Judge; John U. WilThere have been well wishers ready to obtain better prices for their ry work. Horses, mules and son, City Attorney; J. P, Stovons, Tfc lobster's claw Is said to be the. ducts, and especially do we sym- coming November election. There further every effort of our hands and pincers. cows need not die for want of Marshal; Court fcohVenes'sccond Monaaridasl Respectfully submitted, rZ .4L.. UiMLJtanvne nl. responsive to each Impulse of oar pathize with the tobacco growers of day In each month. Calls answered attention. We hare received .much Ohio county and pledge them our A. D. KIRK, City Couirclr J. H. William, Mayt, especially the scorpions, and. friendliness. day or night. klndneiB" withlni little time. It is not support In their efforts to maintain or; R. T Collins.-Clerk- ; K, ?. ThomXI. L. HEAVRIN, these we can nna neany as as. Treasurer. MniiibriSa 4if rvmnnli they whereby s yariety as Jjuthe hardware permitted us to doubt the good la all an organization, J. A. LEACH, have may sscuro a Robert Hoover, P. B, Yaylor. J. H. swop. Bnears ana scissors are very men when tEo'sewhom toBow Just reward for the toil S. L. STEVENS, Veterinary Surgeon u. Larson, E. P. Moon-- , Fred Cooper, M .similar in operation to the pincers, helped us to happiness. 'Xefusshel- given by them to the production W. J. Beau. W. R. EDGE, glad of the peaceful home the - Ky. !! we-- find & number of creatures of this crop. We realUe that the School Tru8t((MDr. E. B. PendleIf. L. CARTER, "carrying such tools. The earwigs, for ter itself shutting out the night of struggle Is an unequal one and if necton. Chairman; W. H. Barnes. Kccrn- comCommittee. instance, carry a pair of forceps as storm and the loyalty of tho lone- essary, we plodgu them our support tary: "Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley any a een-ti- rades, housed with us from tho skillfully constructed as audJJ.'D.'tHto. liness of life, giving of their steady af- to secure Government aid in mainpin-ce- n uses. The power of the big RELijOIOUS SERVICES. M., 'E, Church, South Services of a crab's or lobster's claw is fection. Let us be comforted, know- taining public warehouses, through FOR FLETCHER'S peace, for- which they hiy hold their tobacco un m6m1rtg,'and evening every first and veil known, and some of the modern ing that we shall sleep in and that third., Sunday in oach month. Sunare given for our shortcomings, instruments used for til the buyers Sue fit to accord them day 'fechool UM6 a. m. Prayer meetbased on principles of construction wo shall awaken to work and the fresh fair treatment. ing every Wednesday ecnlng. Rev. Blmilar. From George chances of the morning, with failure somewhat Four Booze Into Sewer. Eighth. During 'the last twelve Savlllc, pastor. , newly set JJtaelbert Walsh's "Tho First Inven- forgotten and the scene Weekly. for months tho coUrit'y 'has 'Cecil Baptist Church Services mornlnc endeavor. Collier's Carlisle, Ky. .April 23. Four linn J tion" In St. Nicholas. and actual 'suffering has drcd bottles of beer were bfoko'tfiinij and evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday Succeed when everything else falls. s. Willow been brought about among tho coal tho liquor poured Into a sewpr 'nore 9M5 a. m. Prayer mooting every schoolMay Consult Woman Physician. WcdIn nervous prostration, and female Aboard ono of the ships which sail miners on account of 'slack work, by Police Judgo Jamefi E. Hummer nestiay evening. Jiov. English, pastor. The extraordinary regulation which weaknesses they are the supremo Christian Church Services every obliged woman postal employees in between London and Rotterdam there charged, to tho failure of the railroad today. Ernest Thomion, of llenry-vlll- e, remedy, as thousands have testified. has been recently installed a species to furnish sufficient cars. In order 11 e Berlin to obtain a special order this county, wub recently ar- fourth Sunday nt 9:30 a. in. and 7. p. FOR KIDNEY J.IVER AND lifeboat which Is quite novel. These in. Sunday school a. m. Elder W. they wero allowed to consult a it that thfs evil may bo remedied we rested at about midnight bringing U. Wright pastor. STOMACH TROUBLE doctor of their own sex has at last boats, which do not weigh bore than pledge our candidate for member of tho liquor here 'front 'Paris It is the best medicine ever sold Cumberland Presbvtcrlan Churc- hin a countermanded, and a woman tho ordinary lifeboat of wood, are tho House of Representatives to supkeen over a druggist's counter. spring wagon, and tho liquor was Sunday school every Sunday at 9MD people and aro doctor has been officially appointed by mado to hold thirty-flv- o omposed of several concentric layers. port a measure enlarging tho power? seized by tho officers. When ho was a. m. e the directors of the Imperial SECRET SOCIETIES. Commlssloi tried, Thompson agreed that tho ofto bo at the disposal of 'all wom- rhe exterior Is of willow, then comee of tho Stato Railroad Hartford Lodgo No. C73, F. postal servants In tho capital. i layer of wood, then another of can-fa- and making It tho '"ut.- - of said Com ficers might co'nflscnto tho liquor, M. meets every first Mondayand A. en night a 3econd layer of wood, and a mission to requlr i 'it- 'Is to wMcfi AvnH'clorTe has also Frau Dr. Roscubaum-Phillip- s In each month. M. L. Hcavrin, W. iccond layer of canvas. Tho Interior furnish a sufficient ru.nler cf car'', M.; Owon Hunt'tr. Secretary. been appointed to a similar position in Hamburg, while tho "OBterrelchlscho of tho boat is of wood. Experiment without discrimination, to hanio t .u Hartford Chatter No. 81 O. E. S. MJCKMB-" ncots overy 8eoOid and fourth Mon- tho Austrian wom- bas demonstrated that this kind of output of coal promptly, that tliq Itm SUCCEED I uay evenings. .Mils willyo Binlth, W. en's Journal, Is vigorously agitating on lifeboat Is practically "unbreakable," miners may havo steady work, an-- l SPECIAL OFFER:WUP It is the kind r JU4 U fcalM Xt. Saltan. A trill BuiliMs,Phonoortphy M.; Miss Ellzabotl: .Miller, Secretary. tehalf of tho Austrian Women Postal ind shock guaranteed to resistoverturns wo also pledge our support for an Rough River Loogo No. 110 Knights f mui too. our penauent cuumr. Lt--i which so easily jBervants' union for a similar concesTYPEWRITING! ileal of Pythias meets ovury Tuesday oven-ln- g. 11 tba OiHMt Tirmla. 1 nlndl4 ihe ordinary lifeboat It is also ex other wlso measure, having for Its sion to civil servants in Austria-Hun-arT&rta. 0.l. (Ml all. W. F. Andersen, C. C; J. Noy I Has I pected that this new boat will keep object relief from this intolerable sitfcalaat Tuutlm la Mrtf Foster, K. of R. & S. ifloat indefinitely in the stormiest uation. y; h in I'rMl'jMit limine), eiperfoQce la mercntll Mention this Paper. TMnof Write Hartford Tent Noi 99, K. O. T. M. iveather. Harper's Weekly. and banking alio reari winratlna-- H'.un moots every first nn'i. third Thursday Accidental. Ninth. Wo condemn tho present rn'n inn wnmn rnranrr. MVWWNAAAAAAWSMVAAMWIAWVW WILBCB B. HMltlI,lsast.,K,; nights. R. T. CoIHb)), Commnndor; The southern bivouac attributes a Democratic administration of KenSENOIU VENTS Cow on the End. Wvero remark to Stonewall Jackson, L. P. Foreman, Rocom Kcopcr. taewatnimi u4 pwtltt i4 twin tkU TalaakU tucky for Its extravaganco through Though ho was given credit for tell Acmo Lodgo No. 3S.1 I. O. O. F. who was not a man to speak 111 of i latraT7RaUraraW aa PUat uimk, i Will StU moots every second ar d lourth Frl-- 1 TatM J alSiai, rilBUi IN, man without strong reasons. At ng tho most remarkablo story over increaso of salaries, creation of countjeard In a Wilmington (Del.) court, less, needless offices, and enormous H. W. fcwisftv IJ0 ""imfWEL day nights in each moth. O. Har t o council of generals early In tho nett, Noblo Grand; W It. which havo resulted "war, ono of them remarked that Major t did not savo John Collins, colored, appropriations Secretary. rom going to tho workhouse for 18 in tho largest Stato debt in many o was wounded, and would bo Hartford ('.imp : ". IQ'J w. O. W. to perform a certain duty for nonths and being whipped with 20 years, and which Is uro'' to meets ever" unit! fourth Satsuggstcd. "Wound-id!- " ashes. John solemnly declared ho .which ho had been urday ulglia i:i each iai)iitli. I.oallo an Increase In taxation through vas walking along tho road in Clay-nosaid Jackson. "If that is really Ben U, 1. tir.cll Commaidcr; .C Wo condemn It fdr its when he saw a cow. A short somo form. jso, X think it must have been by an wr. inco, 1 rn. llstanco away ho saw a ropo lying in passage of tho Confcde'rato pension accidental discharge, of his duty!" I O. T. M . tiiiiBine dlvo No. 42, bo road, and, picking up tho rope, he bill and Its refusal to pay these mcr:3 oory first and t krd Friday Christian Register. Ladies! ave Money and Keep iat valkod on. When he reached nl (its In each month. BlrB. Attvo men, many of whoso claims have s. Gt'iffln, Lady Commander was stopped by a pollcc-na- n ' he Style by Reading McCall'n iula Woman's Quick Wit Saves Man. proven for months, under the Pendleton, Lady Record J leojer. and said ho thon was surprised been Allen Falls of Haddonfleld, ft J., Magazine and UtiagMcCall Pattens protext that the 'bill Is unconstitution10, It. A. Keystone uiiapier iso driver for a contractor, owos his llfo o find tho cow which ho bad seen al, although having appointed offiM., moots overy third & uay night MtCtlr ,iId.w!11 it Claymont, 10 miles away, was to the quick wit of Josephine MSCA1LS HAC.U1M liolp you. UtOM in each month. John " $ lire High cials under tho act, who aro drawto tho other ond of the rope. Alleged to havo imbibed too at a iiKKlcralo Eymm Priest; W. S. Tlnsloy4w; tnry. oilwusoby kooplim ing their salaries. Wo condemn It tfrecly, Falls drove directly on tho AMERICAN S0CIEl,o QUTY. Nothing Is mora Important in You ponotl on tbo Time's Revenge. Cracks of the Pennsylvania railroad for Its fnlluro to place tho Penal InNational urncers Utcsi fa ill l ous la the homo than clear, steady Ira M. Wiseman I seo Paris is going to stitutions of tho Stato under a non'rl'iilios ami bats. Co llfa'ht. Insure thla by gottlna while a train was rapidly approachJ. ChryBt, Hudson,! c Preci- Now rnslilon Drslnns the oU that burns clear ana woman, seolng tho man's pend 150,000,000 to mako herself partisan commission;' refusal to pass n, Ky.; ing. The lu caili lutio. Alia clean without a Dicker down to ?Tir W.in. Secretary & Treas., 'fi predicament, grasped a rod coat from nore beautiful. nlusblo Information tho last drop, Pennsylvania a workman's compensation act; a A sau. Wis. 'on Ml linmn ami cr- crude oil rellned to perfection.. !the rack in her homo, rushed on tho Ironlcus Quito a sum for paint, UI1U, U1UIKTS, corrupt practlco act; and for lowering Costs no more than tho tank-waguiu Stato Officers Joa 1 lopwu. MC (tracks and flagged tbo train to avert (pamctlcB and tho Uko; but old beau--' too a year kind saves iilONUlT Conncll, Prlnceti tho sohool per capita. Wo also conpattern. bubles havo to use thorn. Judge. Impending fatality. eaves WORK saves eyes. tf M Prcsli MosnaT nrrf mipi 'ti frco toilayIncludingthe trjlt'O dent, J. H. BuW '': U, t.iiSfi.8 or tonit Your dealer has SOMTH Oil demn tho unrnlmous tendency of the for freo saumlo cony. Secretary & T in Urrds direct Iron our rtson, down, Wrong Estimate. Stato offlcl s, from Governor McCill Pilicnu will onalilo yoti to mnkn In your London Fog. works. I Calhoun, Ky.;r Ualown homo. yliliirroivu Iniadj cluiiiinifur "They say ono per cent of all the to play politics, by looking ahead rnntn Unrtfn i. "We English aro a prosaic lot" i routsolf WHICH will nonoy In tho country Is put la ? Cbas. Co. In style and fit. I'tlra-np- no . Stoll "SoT" somo otl'.r Job, Instead of lookiean Members for iBrd .. lilshortlri. 14 couu UtuA for freo I'attttu Cuulouo. i m.. TIah UfntanJ "We never build castles in the air." W. ing after tho vital interests of tho W WJ1 Qn Yon Flat Loalsvtlle, Ky. TT:- if-PrtU for bonVl juIk Dunn. Dav "Don't you bellovo It There Is peoplo of llio State, whom they uro Irtlo, "Your air Is so suitable for buildscrlpnuns siaune yourfrlou.U. Refinery at Warren, TV. tor Ohio courfi.ij-,-, ' ii of" ,tlou,' oun- i'ronilum Cataloguu and CatU Irl:"o Olfcrfrco fWs sell the celebrated ing purposes, too," opined the Amer- nore scont than that la the gasoline sworn" to sorvo. "No THE Krfm C6HFA.ST. 2M to h!o! 'iUr. ty; C. Oio n,.. o 249 Wat 37 S, HW W5t carb" Auto OU. "You could chop it Into blocks " aono." ican. ..h '"i coub lencral Prmch- Ohio Tenth. Our candidate for member HAD FUN WITH THE EXPERT, BOTH TAKEN AT THEIR WORD The RepubHcan-PrOgrCSSiv- e ' Direotory best-drcsse- d w.ssr.im.&:L. at Otto C. Martin al C. j d; Barnes & d. Attorneys at Smith t. ss ' ARTHUR Well-To-D- D. Attorney at KIRK i- pie-4m- d m Mia-court- lar-(Cea-y, J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public I W. n. 3,n, PREPARED k no-fitter- 's .ret ir W. H. RILEY rN J Hartford, - st gas-fittin- g Children Cry CASTORI A 5r Life-Boat- Electric Bitters SEEDS9 1 bo-lor- post-offic- r - Frauen-Rundschau,- f Jm vSta " to-4a- f an-fth- er MaW aaVSJS 1 llo-irlcf- un-bl- ro wmazmi 1 Wll-nlngt- ffl M-- Fur-ananl- k. the Lamp Oil ttai 99V9 sltl-lslil- jr rr K . v'i "f .t o-- auto-noblles- ." C 00 "H 1 ?twwaj. 0 . 2, 1 v .,Ki.V JtS ' SILO IS A NATIONAL FACTOR Rule3 Governing Pony Contest. 1. A.iy boy or girl not over tho we u. iG years, living In Ohio county, may enter tho contest. 2. this contest shall begin Frl-.luAnirch 21, 1913, and shall closo 011 Saturday Juno 28, 1913. A coupon ;oud tor 10 votes will bo printed In 1110 artford Hcpubllcan for tho ilrst I ur weeks of tho contest. Thcso coupons when properly filled out may 00 voted by anyone for any contestant, .0 bo coniplcto they must Include the border. To bo counted they must uc brought or mailed, (as ' 4hoii uy postmark) to this offlco jii 01 tioloro the dato shown on each y, -1 I V--1 Children Cry for Flttcher' All Great Industrlrs Depending on Live Stock Are Advocating Use of Huqc (Icceptaclo. (Ily A. U HACCKCn.) fi . III 'A fil 'V Just-as-good Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, nnd which lins fcccn in uso lor over 30 ycnrs, has borno tho signature of las been mado tinder his ST& supervision slnco Its Infancy. AJ'aw no ono to deceive you In this. YTA AH Counterfeits, Imitations and j:.tcrlinents thnt trlflo with nfid endunger tho " nro hut licnlth of JiifauiM und Children Uxpcrlcnco agulnst Experiment. Castorla ig a harmless snhstituto for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotto substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd nllays Feverlshncss. For moro than thirty years It lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,, J'lntiilcncy, Wind Collo, all Teething Troubles nnd IMarrhwa. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA fBears the Signature of ALWAYS Tho leading agricultural Hiibjcct o tho day Is tho silo, and Its cuming la of national Importanco. No f.ubject Is receiving bo much attention from thq experiment stations farm papers nnil farmers' Institutes. All the great depending on live Block, such bb the stock yards, creameries, packing houses and transportation com- panics aro advocating Its uso. It la a conservation subject of great impor- tance, for with it can be saved a large part of our principal crop. Nearly 40 per cent, ot tho food elements of the corn crop of this country are now being wasted. By tho uso of tho Bllo this could bo saved and by bo doing, hundreds ot millions of dollars could bo added to our national wealth. The corn forago which annually goes ta waste In this country Is often referred to as tho "billion dollar waste." Is it any wonder wo are complaining of thq high cost of living? In the past eleven years the great stock Industry of the United States in comparison with our population, has been showing a decline. This condition has been largely brought about by tho rise of prlco In all kinds ol . on her i,cnemi t.e before . r timo Lt cause t ,. Starting . om early wcinrf .irly ) (hat uii-her 1 -J ego without vi 1'. -- t 1! It is invarhbly ta... (liJ health derangements vi ? .r.l'.'.'ic?ce,t!io and sinTcring. lr. lut early practlo.' n prescription hood oiled tho mschlru fy,Q3 it we. to pass those painful period.) thst scr Ucpc-v- 1 st vp jMU ioijrri ,vs 'ii t u. tsll-t- i , old lino, merits ncllovr 1 .rticath. svonanly of paid otsesc 1 pecu. ind hcl; Tliis ''is woman .n misery id j .woman- - en, found :iu VTcll-ica- e Preser' red tiis. Jyhccamo , that has drsltX benefited tl: and cuficrinj ?.:na. Ham: j, itreot.Enr Ihreo Jo " 1 run new n Vit'icaomlt.. ci '. ami tho 1. I vr si rs . On..'vHtej t ' jltwx tli, . 'Inir dlfTc- rmlnAtlOT, doctorlnf ault la opcr- jIJ not ami f Ur. '..It . tti n.. ,t-- u 1 SOUpOil. 3. ontcstants will bo furnished tth receipts to be given for nil payments on subscriptions, and as many sample copies of Tho Republican as 1 . -- criFtl'' ' llnir P I'lon Ptitnt nnJ ttcly 'hew f r! i hope v prn'f is ta .lcalrcil. 4. Siicclal voting coupons will bo for payments on subscriptsauctl tions, (new or old) as shown by jchctlute herewith. These can bo voted at any time during tho contest. Tho number ot votes Indicated will in no manner be changed during tho progress of tho contest. SCHEDULE OP VOTES .?1.00. . 2.00. . 3.00. . 4.00. JAMES & CO., Plrst Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention und Good Service.' TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, FOR . . ( TZZ "i Ono year Two 2L&fffl&&u The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CCKTAUn COMPANY, TT MUMMY votes votes .1,000 votes Threo years .1,400 votes Four years Five years ., 5.00.... 2,000 votes C. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their immediate family, may enter theXcon-tes- t. 200 jears ., ... COO OUR CLUBBING RATES. Republican and Louisville Herald Republican and Courier-Journal STKICT. NCW YORK CITY. a aak POSITIONS GUARANTEED- lr will We need many more ub rail WE graduates. soon.soon astne enormous required demand at once to supply we the As GUARANTEE you a position you Bo fret for our number of atudenta this offer will be withdrawn. write at onco for particulars. " CJ mo. 7J"fi'r IMCoaroaai-ai. rl-- r ao. X BUSINESS COLLEGE vr. HCIIVTAKTZ rnlltoiPAtt mriRUiniD aVOOTSVIE.17E. KY. ' "Pull nt Life" Norlhtm Gi Pcdljtwd Swds hive a reputation ol V) years successful seed growing behind tticra. It pay It? Mint the beat. Kni-V- SEEDS BBANS J.S Seasonable Specialties: Earliest RkI Valentine . . .. Kxtra Early KHiiffee New Strlngless Grem Px! . Wardwrlls Imp. Kidney Wax Davit New White Wax . . Currie's Rust Proof Wax . fj 50 Bushel J1.70 Bushel ! ijjwjra maT sket Anenna sending ".":'. rh and inrantlnn la prohabSr paleutabU. Communlrsy. HANDBOOK on lateuu foraecurincpatciua. Oldest l!iiou5 taken tnrouSh Maim A Co. recclra turtot notle: without ebarte. In tbe EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS . . . $j 50 Bushel $5 50 Bushel New Early Grailua Hortlonli Market Garden . is-o- Bushel Bushel Bockbec's Llzhtnine Express a full LaMuc. RUUh, Tomo andgrowing line cl Seeds, l'lanls and Bulbs at lowest Send for complete catalogue or submit a list of our requirements ana win qujc l'"'"-Ba- y direct from the grower Sae Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska PEAS .... ijo ftmu $4.75 Bushel H jo Bushel I4.J0 Bushel DraiaNS CnavnifiUTt Ac. Tradc Marks t?s Scientific American. . Trgaat -- yiir: laOKBacibctSt., H. W. BUCKBEE Eockfwt,B Serf ttclf art INN Jt i ttrii..-J- of any clanttso Journal. Terms. 13 a four months, U Bold bjall yewadealerj. Offlca, i !.. in wfclr. rift 3BIBrowiy. Ot F BU WaabUwton. D. ?aLHmMLiJl ijkwmmnmn -promptly obtalnad la and TRADC-MARK- S all countries, or no fen. W obtain PATENTS advenlx thain thurouguly, at our THAT PAY spenie, andlislp yvu to succeai. Bendu'odel. photo or sketch (or FREE report M years' praeUce. on paWntaUUty. RIFEflENCES. ForfreaOulda Book on rronuble fatenta writ to B03-B0- S Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity and , reliability nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly b every city and town In the United Stttes and m CanjJi, or by mall direct. More mid than any other make. Send lor tree catalogue. McCALIS MAGAZINE Moil subscriliers tl.sn any othei fashion f MtCALL PATTERNS Seventh WASHINGTON, D. C. Street, tlt!.. a I I I f I SJ I I vfl I fWONDERFUL tt styles, patterns, dresunakinjr, millinery, plain scwlnir.fincy needlework, liJirdreising-etiquette, Rood stories, etc. Onlr W cents year (nnrth double), including a free pattesn. bubcrfT today, or send fur sample copy. nn(l. fn.nlnim I.9ta to Agents. brines premium dialogue and new cash prise oilers. Address W. JWl SU NW YOM HE BcCAU. CO, MS U ltal INULt-tlHtni- is BULBS' ' niiek-REB'- BULBS SUCCEED. you permanint eua. 1 u..T....il,n miuantaed or TOUT riu' will make " I - .. 1 money r'--j.- ..... ' Souvenir CoUeciiottm .' uin. r RaSPECIAL OFFER' ... v.-- . .. & L a" " S 33 ESSs t' I m V.1UM tMIJB .T. I I I t rrv aarKw, now ... - to a.tAnllalTDirS. faa. tttTtt x jJustHtsf mrrcr wum n "ti "" ww T?""'' U II'lr I I IJfltafal r..l...l-- l.. PitaM too littnirsmsni rracuw thdtsd tUUs rat--t Oataa, BUkU B- U-. lr?STrjrtSrtusi.cJi.i Tliimlnl "?"... aK .MtoUwrfSWaMwatMJf- -- ,. vikButV aVentl veaalsi wiawNQTon. a. asr 1 k . ns kH. W. BUCkBN . .. UfiBWJOSKKBT." aociroiD, Hi. 6. Votes can not be bought, and once issued to, or cast for, any contestant, may not be transferred to The another. All subscriptions secured together with the The by contestants, money for same, are tho property of The The Hartford Republican and must be A Panel 8II0. turned Into this office. Subscriptions The many taken in tho name of one contestant stock. This in turn has driven The men oat of the stock business, and dis- may not be transferred to another couraged others from going In. With In any manner, but must be turned The the silo the cost of producing stock in to this office and counted for the and stock products can bo greatly ono in whose name they were se- The lowered. Experiments have shown cured. Any contestant dropping out that by the use of the silo in place of the contest nlll lose the votes The of the old feeding methods, butter can cast for them. be produced from nine to ten cents 7. Contestants, or their friends, The per pound cheaper and a saving made need not tell anybody anything about on tbe production of beef from $1.50 do, they must The to $2 per hundred pounds. As tho their votes; If they largest part ot our food comes from tell the truth or they will be ruled The live stock it is plain to Bee the rela out of the contest. tlop. of the silo to our national food 8. No subscription may bo taken The supply. for moro than five years In advance, Silage can bo made from nearly all but in addition an old subscriber may kinds of farm forage and is a good pay all arrears owing and votes will and cheap ration for horses, cattle, be accordingly, thus, say for sheep, swine and chickens. It rea total of seven years: 2 years arquires little storage space, is a labor saving device, doubles the value of rears 600 votes, 5 years In advance the corn crop, triples the stock carry- 2,000 votes, total 2,500 votes. ing capacity of the land, restores tho 9. Voting coupons and subscripfertility of the soil, aqd returns its tions must be sent direct to the Conuser annually one hundred per cent, test Editor. Money sent by mall must on the investment. be registered, money order or check, otherwise' The Hartford Republican CARING FOR YOUNG ALFALFA will not be held responsible for it in any way. Practlca of Pasturing Crop During Fall 10. Votes can be secured only by - and Winter to Save Feed Bill tho means set forth in these rules. Is Serious Mistake. 11. No contestant will receive any (By O. O. CHTjnCHILU Department of aid from Tho Hartford Republcian Agricultural about any contestant's vote. No count Oklahoma Asronomy, College.) any Many people, on account of short-a,g- e of the votes will be made at pas- time, until the final count, when the ot pasture and to save feed, ture their alfalfa during the fall and winners will Jbe announced. The balwinter. This practice Is harmful to lot box will be in plain v'f.w in all alfalfa, whether it is young or old. this offlco. The box will be securely No doubt lt reduces the yields the looked and tho key deposited at tho following season, although the reduc- Dank of Hartford until tlmo for fition may be very slight If conditions nal count. are favorable. boy or girl. 13. Tho contestant, With young alfalfa the practice Is very harmful. It reduces the vigor of who receives the highest number of the plant, reduces the yield very ma- votes will receive a first class, gentle terially the following years, and fre- and well broken Shetland Pony toquently kills out some of the young gether with a full set of harness plants at a tlmo when they are not und a pony buggy nnd will be given very well developed. Fall seeded alto tlio winner after count is nirfde. falfa should never be pastured during girl who ro- same fall and winter in which it The contestant, boy or the celvcs the second highest votq will is seeded. Tho little feed wtyen the alfalfa will furnish during the winter receive a $30. blcyclo; If boy is winis far more than offset by the decrease ner, a boy's blcyelo and If girl Is in yield. winner, a girl's bicycle. Tho contestWhen young alfalfa receives a back-se- t ant, boy or ulrl. who receives the it may require two or three years third highest oto will receive a ?1G for lt to fully recover, and during all gold watch. of this tlmo tbe yields are smaller 11. Three competent and Impartial than they otherwise would bo. It pays to glvo young alfalfa careful Judges will bo selected to count tho treatment and to glvo lt every oppor- votes on hour tho contest closes. tunity to make a good development. by entering 1.V All contestants, this contest, bind themselves to ac Best Poultry- Tonics. cept and nbldo by tho foregoing Fresh air, sunshlno and exercise are rules. the best poultry tonics. But fresh air 16. Tho publishers of Tho Hartdoes not mean drafts In the houses, sunshine call for exposure to ford Ropublican shall ut nil times nor doeB hot suns during tho summer. The bo willing and glud to furnish any Inhouses should be bo constructed that formation In regard to too contest. fresh air can constantly be present to 17. Tho hour of closing tho con-to- st drive out bad odors and purify tho atwill be announced by publicamosphere. The sunshine should be tion In the issuo of tho week preevery corner to destroy able to reach any genia that might be lurtetag In cedes the close. dampaets. Tho fowls should exurclsa by icrtteatag that a good clrwtatton of the blood may be stimulated. 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STARTS HADLEY DOOM. ltho power of confirmation. Tho sue- Doston, Aprl 2C Former Governor entire Urt cms of tho Administration's Caleb Powers Denounces the program rests to a greater or less ex- Herbert S. Hadley, of Missouri, was derWb:dd' Democratic Tar- -' tent with tho Senate, and It Is nat- Indorsed formally for President of ural that the Administration would the. United States and Nicholas MOr iff Measure. desire to keep In harmonious relations ray Dutler for Vlco President' at tho ,M in with that branch of tho lawmaking I Grant night dinner of tho Middlesex Club Doth wero guests and i in . body. i hi' When It was annuonced today that speakers at the dinner. Tho mention P. C., April 2C The Wnstyilktop. President Wilson will send a batch. of their names as possible- Republi Herald. correspondent Is In u position cs Kentucky poatofflce nominations can nominees ror jyib uy tno toast to state" positively now for tho first to the Senate on Monday, Kentucky master of the banquet, John D. Long, time that Senator Olllo James has Statesmen In the capital expressed former Secretary of tho Navy, was won his patronage- - fight. This means the belief that the Lextigton Collec-torsh- received wIUi cheers. "There is room for only two big will bo settled at the same ethat thu Kentucky patronage deadwho have Inside Infor- political parties in the United States," lock Is about tp bo t broken and tho time. Parties regarding Uie matter say that said former Gov. Hadlc In his adway will be-- opened for final settle- mation appointment of tho Collector will dress. Ro publicans and Progressives, the ment qf the other patronage problems bo announced no later than Tuesday, ho added, differ only In methods and that will comu up from Kentucky. and Marshall Is tho lucky Individual. not In results. He believed tho time n out The result of the In a speech In tho House today would come when they must- agree contest Is bound to be ontlrely satisRepresentative Caleb Powers, 'of the If they would attain their ends. factory to Senator James. It Is no Tho split In tho Republican party Kentucky District, denomihalf-na- y victory. He wins a stake Eleventh nated the Underwood tariff bill an at the Chicago convention he at that has no strings tied to It. tributed to an abuso of authority by overdose of the DemocraUc cure-a- ll In other words, Den Marshall will remedy for government Ills. The high those In control of the party machin bo appointed Collector of Internal cost of living, he pointed out, Is ery. To prevent any recurrence of Revenue at Lexington and Warner traceable not to the protective tariff such an incident, he recommended a Klnkcad v. Ill bo made Surveyor of tho change In the basis of Southern rep every but to the unlawful combinations in Port at Louisville. There Is resentation and the selection of dele restraint of trade. reason to believe that Marshall's "Tho Democratic party In the gates to a national convention by ill name will bo sent to the Senate .'House," he said, "is a child of rect vote in each State and congrcs' early In the coming week, possibly chance, of unrest and of Republican slonal district. Monday. on The achievements of tho Republi dissensions. If as chance agent of the The triumph for Senator James Is people this party falls to can party were rovlewod by Mr. Had chiefly because It estab- American significant Nicholas afford promised relief to the wage ley and the toastmastcr. lished tho rule that will govern in woe unto you and may the Murray Dutler, president of Columbia disposal of Kentucky patronage earners, the have mercy on your troubled Unlvlersity, discussed the tuture of under the 'Wilson administration, it Lord the party souls and coated Jobs. means that the recommendations of "Danger lurks and possible disaster Lame back is usually caused by Senator James are to "go" at tho Ilea In the more or less free trade rheumatism of the muscles White House. of the tariff bill you propose to foist upon back, for which you will find nothing As soon following those two "Secretary of the Tr8-ur- y the people. You have promised the better than Chamberlain's Liniment. to remove burdens by elncos a desire to receive other people legislation. their responsibility Foi sale by alt dealers. tariff This recommendations, the Senator will ue not be escaped." Notice In Bankruptcy. ready to Bend In a full slate of Ken- can Representative Powers compared In the District Court of thn Unit tucky appointments. There was strategy In holding back the other recom- - the American people with a child who ed statcs for th(J Western D8trict desires candy and can not be pacified 0f Kentucky until it has eaten enough to make it , Jn th f Ccntertown Mer. tt uesperaieiy hi. ine people. ue cante Comnany. bankrupt, saiu, presseu neavuy oy uie nign To the creditors of Ccntertown cost of living, have demanded a re- Mercantile Company, fo Centertown, vision downward of the tariff. They in the County of Ohio, and District will not realize just what the Demo aforesaid, bankrupt. cratic tariff policy is until they have Notice is hereby given that on the an actual dose of It." h Itli ,lnv r.t Aurll A II 101? The Kentucklan contended that the 8ald Company wa8 dulv adjudged Underwood bill will not reduce the bankrupt, and that the first meet cost of living. Ho attributed this con ing of creditors will be held at tlieH dition to the. monopolistic lnt Jests of ,,aw off,ce of Ukens & Croue, , the country. Hartford, Kentucky, on the 9th day Will be ready for carding Representative Powers has been HI of May, A. D., 1913, at 3, p. in., at for several dajs but now almost which time tho said creditors may wool about June 15. Any recovered. attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and one can begin bringing or How's This? transact such other business as may shipping in at anytime after We offer One Hundred Dollars Re- properly come before said meeting. ward for any case of Catarrli that Petition filed March 2S, 1913. that date. In shipping, al- cannot Le cured by Hall's Catarrh J. A. DEAN, Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., ToleReferee in Bankruptcy. ways pay freight. Wool wilJ do, Ohio. Owensboro, Ky., April 23, 1913. be cardec and shipped back-a-s We, the undersigned, have known Flaged Train With Shirt. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, his shirt quick as, possible. We fur- and believe him perfectly honorable anTearingman flagged afrom his back (rain and savOhio In all business and finish grease antj card at 7c nancially able totransactions, any obli- ed It from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, carry out Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a per pourjej. J.' F. Overton gations made by his firm. wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, in a terrible plight when I began to will help do the carding. For Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. use them," ho writes, ."my stomach, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken further information, write or ally, acting directly upon the intern- head, back and kdineys were all badblood ly affected and my liver was In bad . call on and mucous surfaces of the system. condition, but four bottles of ElecTestimonials sent free. Price, 7uc. tric Bitters made me feel like a now per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. man." A trial will convince you of Take Hall's Family Pills for contheir matchless merit for any stomstipation. ach, liver or kidney trouble. Price CO cents at all druglsts. Notice in Bankrupcty. On M. H. & E. R. R. Near Now is tho time to, get rid of your Fordsvllla, In the District Court of the United rheumatism. You can do It by applyStates for tho Western District of ing Chamberlain's Liniment and mas. Kentucky. saging tho parts freely at each appliIn the matter of Edrls S. McMUlen, cation. For salo by all dealers. bankrupt. To the Creditors of Edrls S. ' To Clean Ribboas. of Centertown, In tho County way to clean ribbons Is Tho beta i:of Ohio, and District aforesaid, bankto sponge first with amonla and .warupt. ter, then press wltha heavy Iron, or Notlca Is hereb given that on the rather draw tho ribbon from under 2d day of April, A. D 11)1,3, tho said 'passing the latEdrls S. McMUlen was duly adjudicat- tho iron instead of ter over It, says tho Washington Hered bankrupt, nnd that the first meeting of creditors will bo held at tho ald. A sheet of tissue paper should We represent the aliped between tho Iron and, the law office of Likens & Crowe, In be ribbon. This will decidedly freshen Security Life Insurance Hartford, Kentucky, on tho 9th da ribbon that Is slightly soiled or of .May, A. D.. 1913, at -- , p. in., at which tlnio tho said creditors may rumpled. of Chicago attend, prove their claims, appoint a Only a Flra Hero. one Of the best comtrustee, examine tho Bankrupt, and but the crowd cheered, as, with burntransact such other business as may ed hands, he hold up a small round panies doing: business properly come before said mooting. box, "Fellows!" h shouted, Greatest per"this Petition filed March 22, 1913. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo I hold, has centage pf assets to everything beat for burns." Right!' J. A. DEAN, the liabilities of any Referee In Bankruptcy. also for bolls, ulcers, sores, pimples, company. Owonsboro, Ky., April 23, 19i3. eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest pilo cure. It subdues inflammation,. We Have An Interesting Thero never was a time when peokills pain. Only 23 cents at alj drugple appreciate tho real Proposition. merits of gists. "' Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy moro you to Know or j it wouiu surprise Let us explain it to than now. This Is shown by the In- 'tho great good that Is being done by you. Call or write crease In sales and voluntary testi- I Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down monials from persons who have ey, of Newbcrg Junction, N. B., "My wife has heon using writes, bepn cured by It. If you or your chilTablets and finds W. R. IIEDKICK. Hartford. dren aro troubled with a cough or Chamberlain's them very effectual and doing hor cold glvo it a trial and become acA. S. TANNER, - Owcnsboro. lots of good." If you have any trou- quainted .with Us good qualities. For ble with your stomach or bowels give I sale by all dealers. them a trial. For sale by all dealers. OLLIE JAMES . And All the Contestants Hon to Spring SURPRIS "r MAY eOME V.' hould be Prepared. Be in a Posi; Yourself When the Votes Are Counted. - "" HBHHlSHpt VrBlBk- - - lp PIE'') Ht " l--B''- 5H'iliPl'BL - --- "' itt'o-- ft?B H long-draw- WOOL CARDING 1 The very best way to bo sure of this contest It would bo Imposslblo llttlo moro energy and n little moro Is to first pet, a very o lcli tho winners for this reason: and closer application would havo largo number of votes, In fact all No ono knows what tho other has, In brought them a pony with which they tho votes that It is ikwbIuIo to got the way of a surprise, somo ono away could havo" whllcd away many pleasand then there Is a splendid oppor- down In tho. list tuny land at tho ant hours and dnjs, with which they tunity for a Shetland. last moment With a Sufficient amount would havo been repaid many times To get a largo number of votes of vote to win. They might bo fool- over In, real servlco rendered byl will entail some work, a good system ing UBifelj no time by going about this llttlo animal that holds tho ' and tho proper determination; to get getting their promises and their sub- place of a toy or necessity as tho a small number of votes requires scriptions and preparing them to caso may demand. much less than this, but n small Bprlng upon us nt an unsuspecting Now that tho time Is growing short number of votes means no iony for moment; therefore, each ono of tho nnd thnt all will liava a compare- -, some, of tho candidates who don't candidates should bo doing ever) thing tlvoly short tlmo In which to do than.' work, which In the end Is what the ho can to prepare a surprlso for tho which should be done, thero should boys and girls arc after. 1 other, not be made the mlstako of watting Some one may como to tho front So long as tho contest Is open a single mlnuto to do that which now at tho last moment with a big hand- Just that long should jou work for should bo done. If to wait means to ful of votes and capture a iony when moro otcs, Just thnt long work nnd lose, do not wait. If to work means It is least expected. It is always tho work hard, so that when tho time to win, do work. Wo all know that unexpected that happens, but that docs coma, to count the votes and to this Is true, then thero remains but which happens unexpectedly is al- view the (Svork of each contestant, tho ono thing to do WORK AND ways the result of effort. If this thero shall be nothing to show that WORK HARD. contestant had not worked to secure ,any candidate has been careless In Pony Contestants. these subscriptions, ho would not their endeavor to win a pony. have had this surprise to spring, but Each one of the contestants should LEWIS GRAY BROWN, Hartford. as he went out nnd by work nnd ef- kcop all these things In mind at all OSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford fort secured a lnrge number of votes times, keep working and watching Hartford! he places himself In n position of every ndranUgo that will bring to MARIE HURT, route 2, "uttlnc tho other contestants to them success and a beautiful Shot-lan- d TULA C. KING, route 2. Hartford. guessing'. pony, keeping In mind tho WILLIE FORD, Homo Branch. Another thing should bo remem- rights of their competitors and do- RUBY NEAL FAUOIIT Centertown. bered and that la that Just about tho ing everything that Is done by them (DAVID SMITH. Mcllenry. time wo feel most secure In our po- In n strictly honorable and logltl-mat- o VICTOR OLLER, Fordsvllle. 'GAYLE TAYLOR. Hartford. sition, Just at that time something manner. nrisf--s which disturbs all our plans ! When each ono of tho candidates RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. and wo may find that we have slept I has dono this they have dono their RUSSELL EARP, Roslne. on our rights too long. We may be duty, but If anything Is- slighted In BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. deprlvedo f what otherwise we might tho least, the" penalty will bo meas- OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. have secured w'lh tho prouv effort ured lnvsorct disappointment to them ELLIS KING, Hartford. and being awake to the exigencies and they y will afterwards feel keenly KARL HOOVER, Hartford. I this iM'.ic occasion. disappointment In the thought MYRTIE ASHLEY. R. 4. Hartford. Among the list of candidates In that, perhaps, a little moro work, a LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartford. getting a pony f J M com-plete- ly ,. '" "f We are sole distributors in Ohio County for the .s l.l . CAR J. W. CHEEK ASKIN, KY. Universal Ford Model T AUT6MOB1LES. ROADSTERS, 2 PASSENGER - -- . I - n, I TOURING, 5 PASSENGER GAR INSURANCE Free on board cars at Detfoit, Michigan, freight $525.00 $600.00 to be added to our shipping point. Cars in Stock at Qur Shops, in Cenfral City. -- , . to-da- y. Get your orders in eairly. 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