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The Hartford republican: May 9, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913050901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 9, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ct Z)c Mattfox DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY f publican Subscription $1 per Year No. 43 n; Re-electi- Sl Fine Job Work. VOL. XXV. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913. F. Frazler and J. P. Rajraer, came to tholr death May 6, 1913 at 10:30 n. by m. from drownlngr-suporlndurc- d an oxcobbIvo inhalation of poisonous gases at Taylor Mines, Ky., In an old shaft." "L. L. STEWART, "RICHARD DAKER, "CHAS. CHOWDER, M. D., "WILLARD LAKE, M. D., "H. H. PENDLETON', M. D., "CHAS. CARGAL." r; FIVE MEN ENTER County Attorney ' C. E.Smith who Offers for SHATTOF DEATH i. 'IkVSk' i . y ASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSV U At Taylor Mines Tuesday Morning. Four Men Die Heroes to Save Lite of John Yelier '.HIM3lsSSSSSSK-- ' "H Police Foil Flot to Lynch Woman. Crown Point, lnd., May 3. Mrs. Grace Smith, who shot and killed Clarenco Murphy at Gary last Wednesday night, and who was threatened with lynching by infuriated friends of tho slain man, was brought hero this afternoon in an automobtlo by Mayor Knotts and Chief of Police Neuman of Gary. Murphy was a member of tho Gary local of tho Switchmen's Union, and when members of the organization learned that it was intended to take his slayer from Gary to the county scat at Crown Point they held a meeting, at which It was determined to lynch her, or at least give her a coat of tar and feathers. Tho mob made no secret "of1 its purpoeo and, determined to lay in wait for the interurban car on which. It had been Intended to transfer the the11 rriob, the prlnoner. To out-w- lt mayor and chief of police of Gary determined to mako the trip in an automobile over a road at a, safe dls-- . Unco from tho street car lino. They took tho precaution or arming themselves with rifles and pistols and followed by scores of machines containing sightseers set out. The change of route dooelvcd the mob, however. and daughter, Loura; Mr. and Mrs. Joo Snell, Hubert, Herman and Glan-doMrs. J. W. Rowo and sons, Annie and Otto; Mr. and .Mrs. R. H. Brown and Ellis, Edna, Gusslr, Eva, and Slbcrt; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rowe and Clifton and Nona Bell; Mrs. Amanda Rowe; Dowey Offslngcr, of Central City; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gray and little daughter, Stella; Mrs. Dorcas Gray. Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Snell, Erna and Artlo May. One Who Was There. KIUJFFICERS Battle Staged In Kentucky Mountains. Sister of Outlaw Will Lead la -- I. P. Barnard Witnessed Tragedy. v?i t. u o, Showing heroism almost unbollev-ablflvo employees of the Taylor nes, followed Coal Co., at Taylor fmch other Into a death trap filled Ath black damp Tuesday morning at 1U;30. When tho men were brought out they were all beyond tho power of resuscitation. The dead arc: C. F. FRAZlER, General Mgr. .' JOHN F. VELLER, Mine I3oss. JAMES PORTER, ' ''r !'' ; ir. .:n' J. P. RAY.MER, mk 'j ni49JHu:n''SBR.WV.'l',i'''4' ' fSj&ywjmvrjmm' tisssssssssssS. vV.issssssssssssssssssW.3 ssssssssssssssssBR tSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW'Jj 'nMK . lsssssssssBlssssssssssss Train Without Engineer. East Salt Lakp City, Utah, May 5. As Union Pacific westbound train No. 2, the Overland Limited, was nearlng Church Buttes, Wyo., last night Fireman J. R. Hurley discovered that Hunt of Outlaws and Murderers. Plkesvlllo, Ky., May 4. i&tf sr r t 'iiS'jii.l SffWV"' ilKift'J j. ..xllA l. .fcl XiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. IssssssssssssK' EO BURKE. In company with Mr. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, General Superintendent of Taylor Co., and Assistant U.ncral Manager Guy Statler, Manager Fra-cland Mine Roes Vcllcr went to an abandoned shaft about two miles from the main entrance of tho mine. Work was being dono near this shaft to drain a portion to the old works. Mon wcro working "near tho shaft, excavating for drainage leading to 'ho shaft. Tho shaft Is about fifteen feet deep, and was filled with about fle feet of water. As the Inspecting party paused .the shaft, Mr. Voller said he would go down the POLICE WOMEN WILL. shaft and sco how tho water was .standing. Ho went down by means WALK NIGHT BEATS ofcro bars In tho center of tho C.hhaft. placed at a distance of two foot apart, and used to hold the tTmbor In place. Tho remainder of Los Angeles Assigns Two to ProtliD lrty went on, but had gone only tect Girls in Downtown " , n short distance, when a splash In Ifjf'&io ahaft was heard. Mr. Frazler ran Districts. '.back, saying ho believed V'eller had fallen in tho water. Ho ran down as quickly as possible and soon encountLok Angeles, Cal., May 4. The ered the deadly black damp, but waa "plain clothes" police women will Htill able to catch hold of Mr. Veller. Ho yelled out for assistance, saying walk bca.s in tho downtown district of Lcs Angeles at night beginning ho could hold out no longer. T11S3 innovation was announcSuperintendent Barnard hearing the May 1. help ran to tho ditch where ed by Police Lhlcf Sebastian cries for l'ofter, Raymer and Uurke and a accompanied by tho statement that negro, Joe Derry, were at work call- police womon would devote most of duties to the protection of ing them to como quickly. Each of their threo white men went down one girls. tho Wells, who after tho other, only to meot his Mrs. Alice Stebblns of being the death trying to save tho fellow whoj'ms the distinction ponco woman in ue uniwu had gone before. Tho negro started , Shatto for 'down, the others having taken the state8 and Mra- It was "ome time a police matron, will bo lead, but ho soon saw that women-begauseless to go farther, and his headitho PIoneer Patro1 They will visit dance halls, came out. Mr. to swim and he rinks, "movies." and other also started down, as dld' .,1 I. tlttl u. 1. KU an w Ua 1UHVCH Ui UUlUUlUUt ,UO WC11 w mw j Supt. DHI uut uuiu by young women. Xolly of entering for It was then cafes frequented was death to TOPEKA TO HAVE POLICEWOMEN. clearly shown that it Topeka, Kan., May 4. Tho immenter. Each of tho flvo men that did go into tho shaft fell Into the water diate apolntment of two women memwas decided and all the time two men could bo bers of tho police force y by tho City CommissMn at the top of tho water. Mr. upon the Barnard went to a telephpno nnd had sion acting on suggestions from Idea a 'special train Bont from Central Woman's Advisory Board. The M. City with tho pulmotor, with which Was started by Rev. Charles Sheldon, preacher and novelist, who J10 hoped to revive his men. buggy to la taking actlvo Interest In tho muJflr. Stateler hurried In a nicipal affairs of his homo city. 1116 main mine for assistance and In Tho Woman's Advisory Board of hundred miners & fow minutes several Topoka was appointed, by Mayor Cof-ra- n wore at tho scene, working with all recently. It Is composed of leadtholr might to get their comrados ing club 'and society womon of tho out of tho shaft, hoping to yet bo to confer able to save them. Tho mines wero state. Its functions aroCommission and work not running Tuesday and all of tho many with the City government. In matters of city employees hurried out to tho shaft. Grappling hooks wero let down"the of Death of Jesse Smithl shaft and It was about an hour un- ' Report following is copied from a paTho til all of the bodies wero recovered. Dr. Oscar McKlnney was tho first per, of North Dakota, concerning the physician on the scene and ho did death of Mr. Jesse Smith, who until everything possible to savp jho mqti. recently lived in Ohio county, and Tho first aid team ofTayjor Mines had many friends here: did valiant work also. "There were Jesse, C Smith, tho fine young man lx members, of the team, and Mr. who taught the Bowline Butte school Frazler and Mr. Veller' were mem- for tho past fow months, died last bers of tho team, Mr. Frazler being Sunday evening April tho 6th, si 9 o'clock at the .Alexander Ufbtel after the loader. Tho bodies were taken to tho main an operation which was retorted to mine and in a room adjoining Jhe en- - as the only chance to save his life. .glno house Dr. A. B. Riley, of this The 'deceased had been in this count, icity, held tho inquest over the bodies, ty slnco last fall and was well Tho examination waa conducted. ,uy thought of by the pupils and patrons Cofnty Attorney C. E. Smith, of of his school, and by all who knew Hartford. Supt. Barnard, Guy State- - him. He was very highly esteemed Jer, Albert Leach, O. P. filler and by everybody. His death was due to joe Berry," colored, wero placed upon consumption of the bowels.. His the witness stand to tell of the accl- - homo waa In Kentucky. ,He was nlce-Aannd or thn 'recovery of the lv buried and the funeral took olace bodies. The Jury returned the' fol- - Tuesday afternoon at Hlnman'a Un-- I jdertakin Paror, Rev. Snell .con- -' ilowlng verdlot: . We, the Jury, find that John ducting, tho services at the Alexander Veller, Bd. Burke, James Porter, C. Cemetery. or Jl t iHf jt. t f t t I jr- - .v t. rm I t y.J f V Wit 1 J to-da- y, I K1 skat-Statol- er to the ofIn announcing my candidacy for nomination for fice of County Attorney, I have followed a custom universally practiced for many years by County officials. In but fow Instances, during the last quarter of century have those offering for nomination for to County offices been refused such Indorsement by the party. It has therefore by common practice and consent become tho policy of the party to indorse County officials for when they seek such Indorsement, especially when snch official has served the public in a reasonably satisfactory manner aud'so conducted himself personally as to merit consideration and indorsement. My record as County Attorney of Ohio County has always been and Is open, and freo from entangling alliances and subject to the scrutiny and consideration of a discerning constituency. 1 have used my very best efforts to serve tho wjiole people honestly, conscientiously and well at all times attempting to do the right as God has given me the power to see the right. In discharge of the grave .responsibilities of tho office of County Attorney I have no doubt made some mistakes, but "to err is by mo, or others of human", --and suchml6lakes as may 'have 'been'-mad- o occupying anyone like gravity probably would have been 'lnade by the same position. No one, however, can truthfully say that I have knowingly neglected my duty as a public official nor In tho discharge of such Mindful of the best Interests of the people duty Intentionally erred. years cf my official life, I havo not been during the three and one-ha- lt controlled nor dominated by any peison or number of persons. I have, 'tis true, sought counsel and advise of friends of more mature years and experience, but In tho discharge of try official duties havo never permitted any clique to dictate the manner of such performance. In politics I hae always urged that the people be given fullest possible control In the conduot of paity affairs, and In the matter of! 'nominations attsoluto dominion. I submit my case to tho sovIn seeking nomination for ereignity of tho voters of our party. I am not depending on any clique or clan to force my nomination against tho will of a majority, but am asking everyone interested in tho success of our party In November to thoroughly consider ray claims keeping; In mind the best interests of the party and if you can conscientiously do so give mo your support In the general primary August 2. To my numerous friends who have already given mo assurances of support and good will In my race I am profoundly thankful; to all who In my success I am and sha.ll ever'bei grateful; i to those who In their Wisdom favor some other I have but the kindest feeling. Very truly. I C. E. SMITH. Adv. It. Engineer Alfred Nelson was missing from his post. The train was stopped and then run back over tho road for several miles, no trace of the missing engineer could be found. It is not known how long the train had been running without an engi neer, but It was believed that Nelson wHS' knocked from his seat as the train passed over a bridge which spans Blacksmith Fork Creek about 10. mile 'from Church Buttes. AftesAwarchlng or two hours thef train proceeded to Granger, where another engineer was supplied. A searching party dragged the creek for Nelson's body. an ambuscade of negro moonshiners, Caught In whoso liquor distilling plant they had Notice to Secretaries. All local secretaries of A. S. of E, to pool wool and send pledges to county secretary at an early date. 43t2 E. C. BA1RD, Ch'm'n. GIRL THREATENED an BY HER LAWYER! Told That Rich White Slavers oil J Sse $he Was'Se verely Punished 1 to-da- 1 nt busy May 4. Farmers are very busy In planting corn. Thoy have awakened this community planting corn. Toto the fact that better cultivation bacco plants are a scarce article in and modern machinery are the only Ctntt part of tho county. moans oLobtalnlng good results. Wo Central Grovo church met last third see a great Improvement along these Saturday and called Rev. Birch lines within tho last few years. Shields as their pastor for this year Our town seems to bo on a boom May God's blessings rest upon him as two new houses have been built and the churclu recently, several others are being re- Sunday School is moving along Monday. Miss Phillips was questioned by paired whllo others aro receiving a nicely at this place with M. F. Faught new coat of paint. However, tho largo ; superintendent and Alney Tlchenor Chlof of Police Sebastian. Ho wanted y to know why she had pleaded guilty house on McCloud, St.,, that Secretary., to a vagrancy charge and then vanwas occupied by Fred Balzo was deMr. and Mrs. Everltt Fulkerson, stroyed by fire a fow nights slnco of Faducah aro visiting their rela- ished after the blackmailing charge preferred by Bixby had been dropped but It was fully Insured. tives in this neighborhood. and she had nothing further to fear. The Grand Army post met at the Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Faught and attornoys had homo of Marlon Crowders last Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Estill Bishop, of Wil Sho, replied that her advised her to do so, saying if she urday. Thosoxpresent were D. C. Al- liams Mines visited Leslie Rowe's did sho would be given a suspended len, 'Marlon Crowder, Ed. Pierce and family Saturday night and Sunday. sentence conditioned upon her leavJoshua Pittman of this place, and Llttlo Artie May Snell, who has Robert Simpson of Balzetown, and ' Deen very sick for the past two weeks ing tho city, while If she remained, certain wealthy men Interested in the Mr. Charlie Christian of the Cano Is improving nicely. x suppression of all white slavery facts, Run neighborhood. M. O. Snell was honored with a Rev. J. W. Crowo stopped off at big surprise "birthday dinner by his would see that she was severely punRIoBlna and was the guest of W. C wife, relatives and neighbors Sunday ished. Earp and others Saturday and Sun- April 20, when they all began to She further declared that when day and treated us to a fine sermon drive In, in wagons and buggies with she Is summoned to testify before grand Jury sho would add de Sunday night Utakets well filled with every thing tho t still more sensational to tho had ar- tails Taylor filled his regu- good to eat until forty-seve- n Bro. Ward stories already told of the system lar appolntmont at the BaptuVt'church rived. The dy was well spont and atic pursuit of young girls by sons everyone seemed to enjoy tho day last Sunday of wealth and prominence. Mrs. Cummlngs, who has been vis- especially the ono to wlm it was daughter Mrs. Robert Hoov- given, Those present wero Mr. and' Farms for Sale aid Oil Leases to iting her er of Hartford returned home last Mrs. Alney Tlchenor, Ruth, Maggie Let. and Powell Tlchenor; Mr. and MrB. week. I have several farms for Bale, 'with Miss BelyaJ Leach who has been V. W. Goff and daughter Jeneva; attending Klngswood College is la Mrs. Sallte McKernan and son, oil rights.- - Also have oil ana gas Frank; Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Bishop," rights for sale on many farms in and town again. Candidates seen In town last week and son Leon; Mr. and Mrs. Howard around Beda. ELI WESLEY, were John Keith, J, W. Dougherty, Faught and children Atrlce. Adron I Route'3, Hartford. Ky. Mack Cook, S. A. Bratcher, 0. W. and Fleetie; Mrs. Ina Fulkerson, of Paducah; Mr, and Mrs. Joe Miller Cumberland 'phone, 4tf Brown and J. W. Odell. May 6. two-stor- ROSINE. Farmers aro very CENTRAL GROVE Los Angeles, Cal., May 5. Demurrer and other means of legal deprepared in behalf of fense were George H. Bixby, the Long Beach millionaire, when he was arraigned today in the Superior Court on two Indictments charging him with aiding the delinquency of two minor girls. The Indictments were returned last night by the grand Jury after a week allegations of inquiry into that wealthy men had an organized sys tem of ensnaring young women for Vrimonal purposes. The other two indictments were returned at the same time against Mrs. Josle 'Rosenberg, 'Who already was in Jail In default of 15,0QO bail. Mrs. Rosenberg, as keeper of "The Jonquil," the resort at which it Is alleged Bixby was known as "the Black Pearl," Js charged with having been chief procurer for 'the wealthy patrons of her place. Shortly after Btxby was arraigned, Kitty .Phillips, the youthful motion picture actress, whose charges initiated the sensational. white slavery investigation, was taken to the cen- -' tral jpollco station by Detective Ervln, who had brought her from San Francisco to testify before the grand Jury which will resume its inquiry "': destroyed, United States Deputy Marshals John Sloan and Marion Raniey, of Elk Horn City, were shot to death. Deputy Mart Potter, of Plkesvllle, wa very seriously wounded. All have families. The fight occurred In the Cumberland mountains, about noon today t a point known as Blue 'Ridge, near the Virginia State line. Plko County Sheriff Hiram Cauloy and several deputies went from Elk Horn and returned with Potter and the bodies of, Ithe dead men Just before dark tonight. No attempt has been. made so far to catch the murderers. The entire county Is worked up to a condition of intense excitement and anger. A posse will be organized, in the morning In this town and in Elk Horn to hunt the moonshiners. They will be guided by Lucy Hall, a fourteen-year-ol- d negro girl, whose brother, Dan Hall, 14 the chief of the band of outlaws and illicit whisk' makers. This girl led the Deputies to the killing and brought word, scene e of 'the tragedy Into Elk Horn. She came In to Deputy Marshal Potter hero Friday afternoon and told, him she would lead officers to the place where her brother- and his men were running a still. She said her kinsman had driven her from home and she wanted to get even. Potter consulted with Ramey and Sloan. The trio bellleved that the girl was telling the truth and decided to follow her. They left here at 7:30 o'clock this morning and went to Elk Horn CRy. Procuring horses at that point, they followed Lucy about eighteen or twenty miles Into- - the hills. She led them to the sUll.which was hidden near a cave on top Of Roundhead Peak. The officers destroyed the furnace, chopped the worm condenser into packed the stuff on their pieces, horses and started back toward civilization. They 'had neither heard nor seen the moonshiners up to this time. They had gone about three miles, pushing their way slowly through the rough bridle path, Interlaced with a continuous thicket of forest growth, and were making their way up a hillock when the first shot was fired. The bullet wounded Sloan's horse and ' It fell under him. Powder smoke showed that tho outlaws were hidden in the brush at the top of tho hill. The officers pulled their pistols. Before they could fire, though, a volley ripped forth from the hilltop and all threo men fell. Potter arose to his knees and tried to respond. At that instant a second volley laid Potter Iov again and blew the pistol from his hand. He rolled ten or fifteen feet, got Sloan's pistol and shot twice at the enemy. Hidden In a deep gulley, the little negroes witnessed the tragedy. She caught Potter's horse, which had run down tho hillside and brought the messago of death into town about 3 o'clock this afternoon. . Tho Sheriff and his men went a? once. Tho girl led tho way for thorn. The wounded deputy, who had bled almost to death, was found first. Before he lost consciousness he had crawled to a spring. ' The bodies of Sloan and Ramey lay twenty yards away, about ten fe'et apart. Each had received more than one body wound. The dead men were strapped to spare horses. Potter was carried in an improvised swing 'suspended between two horses. It was a sorry party which got In to Elk Horn just about dark or a llttlo after. Tho wives of the dead men, with their children, were waiting' with the crowd ,at the only church in town. Potter was rushed to the hospital. All the flesh was torn from his right arm and his back was ripped clean to the ribs. The physicians say tonight that he may live, notwithstanding because they have found no brok en bones. of-th- -- 5 .am.AJs h&Mb V. . , Ha- - - ,w. 22 tftSW rV THAT MADE HISTORY cot Ihe Constitution and tho Conttellatlon. JL nt Calls f6r tho Pritrvatlon tear historic BhlDS of war still wrana iho navy list, and, associated as TJttQf uro wiiu our uiusi munuiuun Jtaitss afloat, It becomes not only a mat-fr- r of sentiment but of duty to in our annals of the sea, "Slack of those famous vessels hn3 In yes Jay mado history for us. And tho JOTtiSUons clinging to their names and Ktkt.tla are still cherished among tho Inheritances of tho nation. ( Tvo of those tho Constitution and tfl3 Constellation wero laid down iwir$y 120 years ago, and It may bo usd without undue prido that tho CcraKltuUon was tho greatest frlgato of Tinra; Indeed, tho most noble tiat has ever flown our Tho Portsmouth was the of war In tho day3 following car Jxunl earned Independence and Is 2jb one ship most Intimately assocl-xatuwith tho marvelous story of out facias coast. The Hartford, flagship oC tflSit great seaman, Admiral Davlq Cagow Farragut, Is still kept green ftx tJw memories of this generation. Ijot tho country guard these suri lipars, tor whllo their numbor Is small CJvilr legend Is Immeasurable. And J&X. J3Joas congress Interposes theso 0I6. bulwarks of our liberties will soon Tae sstnborod among tho forgotten or ZeKtaes ranged tier after tier In that JEta! of Missing Ships out of which SKitxag but ghostly memories Issue. j :?$5r "2ork Herald. jro Sasplratlonn to patriotism and aa their stout and battered hulls fardel lessons ;ri2s8 p pen-atar- i. p speed-ifcrttso- Ha CORN CLUB OF DAVIESS COUNTY 1912. M. C. h HaMHBHjBHrMMTif k;-iv . COURIER JOURNAL For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the h COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Kv. HENRY WATERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L J AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for J. $1.5 0. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ$1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or al PUT BABIES t OUT TO BOARD Cftru York City Authorities Have ' Proved That They Do Not Thrive In Institutions. FORD, Hartford, Ky., Manager. roundlngs arc delightfully pleasant, and where his sister keeps house for him. One of the beautiful characteristics of Riley's life Is the care he took of his iarents during their declining years, their devoted son expending every effort to mako theso years tho happiest of their lives. Tho greater of Riley's work has been dialectic verse. He does not pre-fthis form, the regular poetic forms appealing to him far more; but as he expresses It, "dialectic verse Is natural and gains added charm from the simple Inner laws of human nature which everybody else overlooks and loses that he endeared himself to all." It Is said that, owing to these long lecture tours, Riley Is known personally by nioro people than any other writer. A large part of his time, until in the past few years, has been spent on the lecture platform. He and the famous humorist, popularly known as ''Bill Nye," made many a long tour together. One who has often heard the two together wrote recently: "Tho always carried away refreshing comic memories of the queer, dry. lanky Nye, but ever a real love for' Riley, which led hundreds to wait for a hand clasp before the lecture room closed. He knew of Its very commonpluccness. if truth and depletion of nature, then It should not be disregarded. I follow nature as closely as I can, and try to make my people think and speak as they do '. in real life." This is largely the secret of Riley's success. Unlike the verso of Milton or Pope, or eon Tennyson, Rilo's verso can be read or heard by tho uneducated, as well aft the cultured, and thoroughly enjoyed. His "Old Swlmmln Hole," "When th( Frost Is on tho Pun'kln'," "Our Hired Girl," and "The Raggedy Man" aro pictures of real life. Perhaps tho most popular poem that Riley ever wrote in tho regular poetic form is hfa "An Old Sweetheart of Mine." Its beauty Ilea In Its simplicity, both of thought and vesication, and thero are few poems of Its kind in the English language that aro more beautiful and tender. By Wm. Thomas Elroy in tho Masonic Homo or cc : i ' TSse who are abandoned jostiL be cared for thus. It has been jissaA that Instltutlonallsm Is fatal Xu isiblaa. Beyond doubt babies may Sera? every caro In institutions and ;2reC pine and die there, who would nilTe If given less care in a private 3raasz. In one of the best institutions death rate Is 60 per cent. T board of health is finding that ttoifira can be boarded out In private 3mbk( at less cost than their support ia. institutions means. At presentcity boarded out In New York jizi Ore result of this discovery by the ajoasd, and their care and quarters are 31 snpervlsed that there is very little us$3r of neglect The women who Sxxm them la charge are under the sui jezrsS&lon of nurses and Inspectors, f ftia has helped to keep mortality tho waifs Itaifs baby problems asylums. the .foundling rs every year, institutional baby Is one of New who Thou-aaica- s $500 to the woman who sends us tho best name for our new Southern Magazine. Five of the most prominent women in the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia will bo the judges. This magazine will be a woman's magazine in every sense of the word, containing all the best features of the magazines for women, includhouseing good fiction and hold departments, and in addition wll give expression to the sentiment that woman deserves and should have a better place In the order of civilization than that now accorded her. it will constantly give practical and endeaor to show her the way for a better chance In life. It will strive to show woman the things she can do the reforms she can institute In woman's .ork, in business, in schools and the home, In matters of hygiene and health. It will constantly glv practeical advice as to how women may earn a living without sacrificing any of the womanly attributes. te i ; I James Whitcomb Riley. Sunday Courier-Journ- al in combi- - ; I nation with this paper. ite than. No poet who has appeared in America during tho past fifty years has attained greater prominence or is more widely beloved by the people than James Whitcomb Riley. His poetry has no breadth of thought or wldeness of range, but It pictures In simple language the events of everyday country life; and, In doing so, ho touches the human heart on Its most responsive chord. He Is tho poet of the common people the Burns of'Am-erlc- a. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Seat to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. : : A t A x Sen dials are of great variety vertical, 12. 8un Dials. bori-xracte- i, polar, spherical and ono jpssaMft. Of this last description sumes qs3 the other. 2&s oldest sun dial on record was editor King Hezekiah about 740 B. C. Oa a, column of a chapel perilously upon a rock In the Glronde rtmar in .France may be seen a sun tEaS of 15SC The most recent and of sun dials for Its size and .4jraration is that of Juvisy, built In 7 ATd on tho front of the Flammarion This has a trapezoidal (Bonn, with a vortical surface, and 'zaeE&ares about 13 feet ln'height and Harper's Weekly, !JJ yvt at tho base. tnsaOer carrying a stylet and fitting use by tho Pyrenean peasantry conof two wooden cylinders, the :futed li'g Timber of Guiana. reeaheart" of British Oulana 2 cme of tho most remarkable and Of the tmcfal trees In tho world." t&see varieties yellow, black and Ecafcatoi) all are durable If cut at and grow to such dimensions Tift -- eight esteemed as first class by the tXlqjsdt. and admirable keelsons, piles other ship timber, as well as piling, dock gates, etc., aro ttatiB Irom It Owing to the great for tho timbers, and tho reek-Jet'- s destruction of trees, the govern-iao- l has put a ban on cutting any wt3ch will not produce timbers 11 Sxcbaa aiuare and aa nxs 3ogs can be had from 70 feet long. Gyeoahcart Is ono of the 18 to 24 Hxvzbea square to the literary yiV!i For Young Moth-er- columns of a blun-dw- .t vwently on library catalogue and mistakes made in ordering by tboir titles. thore has been a discussion Only ono of tho Instances seems really new. It is tho case of a small ;ixy who collects moths and was In on tho subject. 'jtaxrch of a After studying the catalogue of the toxt-boo- ocnl library for some time ho for and obtained a book which, fto thought, would be the very thing "p& wanted. . It was "Dr. Blank's Advice to. young Mothorel" Pearson's Weekly., ap-jtf- li ( -- Oa. thank you," said the elderly mssaan to a laborer who surrendered lta seat in a crowded car; "thank you And Did She 8mller vvrr xnucal" That's arl right, mum," was tho chlval-rees 'Wot I bos Is, a man never ort to $et a woman stand. Some men never jocks ap unless she's pretty, but you Msoq, As the woman oat down the laborer added: sram, It don't make no difference ." PltUburgb. Cbroalcla-Tele-gTap- , f ... a. Riley was born at Greenfield, Ind., in 1S33, of Quaker parentage. His father was an attorney, and It was his desire that his son should follow the same profession. Law, however, never appealed to the future poet; and, as he himself sajs whenever he picked up Blackstono or Greenleaf, CONDITIONS. ,hls "wits went wool gathering." His Fifty cents for year's subscrpltlon father finally gave up hope of his must accompany your suggestion for son "ever achieving greatness at the a name. For further particulars and bar." Riley had but little schooling interesting agents' proposition write during his childhood, and he insistWoman's Publishing Co., Nashville, ed that what little he had never did Tenn. him any good. Most of his studies he Note The publishers of this maga- thoroughly particularly disliked, zine have for twenty years published mathematics and history. He was alono of the best known and most suc- ways, "however, very fond of general cessful trade journals In the South reading, and he telU us that ho does the "Merchant and Manufacturer." ), not remember when he did not spend a large part of his time making How's This? rhymes. When the poet became a llttlo OldWo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that er, he traveled for about a year as a cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh sign painter for a patont medicine Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole- agent. After leaving the employment of this agent, he organized a band do, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known of sign painters, with whom ho tourF. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, ed the country, painting signs during and believe him perfectly honorable the day, and in the evening, as they In all business transactions, and fi- were all good musicians, entertainnancially able to carry out any obli- ing crowds with their music. "We kept at It," says Riley, "for three or gations made by his firm. four years made plenty of fun and WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. did no harm to ourselves or any ono Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern- else." During this period, RIloy was ally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. spending his spare hours composing Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. verses. Theso ho sent to various local newspapers. After tho per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. lng company seperatcd, he secured a Take Hall's Family Pills for position on a weekly paper at Anderson, Ind., where ho worked for some time. Ho now began to have Notice. higher aspirations as a poet and beCommd.iwealth of Kentucky, Ohio gan to send his verses to tho larger County Court. magazines, only, ho says, "to get Geo. A. Ilarncs, et al. them promptly back again." After For Judgement, .Order &c. a time, however, 'he sont somo of his Public Ditch or Drain. lines to Longfellow; who congratuPursuant to Agreement, and order lated him on his efforts, as did also of tho Ohio County Court, notice Is James Russell Lowell, o somo of hereby given that tho above styled whoso dialectic poems Mr. Riley's cause haa been Bet for final hearing boro a striking resemblance. May 19th., 1913. on Monday, Tho publishers, Influenced by the Witness my hand, this tho 29th., favorablo criticism of two such noted day of April, 1913. writers and critics, now began to acW. S. Tlnsley, cept Riley's work as fast as he could Clerk Ohio County Court. produce It. it; and from thls( time on It would surprise you to know of his success was assured. In a. short the great good that la 'being done by time, instead of having to hunt pubChamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- lishers, ho was kept busy trying to ey, of Nowberg Junction, N. 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Miss .Mnry C'hltm of Beaver Dam Is visiting friends and relatives hero. Mr. and Mrs. Hub .Meyers nro now In their now homo in this neighborhood. Sunday school which was organized w several weeks ago Is largely attended. Everybody seems Interested. .Mr. Clyde Chlnn of this placo spent WJ& Sunday with his uncle, Mr. Owen IVftfTMCV 1 '"V3-1 Chlnn, of llcda. . - V r.a HARTFORD, KY. Detroit. Mny 4. IIBk ssL' sfl B ssiiiiWWL ItusMcll gnve two addressee hero We report the one on Christ's Pnstor Mich.. July Given by t 4, 1913. Hartford Camp Ascension. text was: "Thou bust ascended on High, Thou bast led captivity captive: Thou hnst received gifts for PASTOR. RUSSELL! men: yea. for the rebellious also, that the Lord God might dwell among His 'm&m mmLm. tbem."-Psu- lm GS:1& No. 202, W. 0. W. 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There Is no army or navy to keep up, and tho United States is bound to protect Panama's Independence. To add to Panama's prosperity the United States must begin February to pay $250,000 a year forever, as rent for the canal strip Exchange. Only a Fire Hero. but tho crowd cheered, as, with burned hands, he held up a small round "this box, "Fellows!" h shouted, Ducklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has everything beat for burns." 'Right! also for bolls, ulcers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation, kills pain. Only 25 cents at all druggists. , ... Pastor rtUHsoll declared that one of tho serious errors engrafted Into the Cbrlstiau faith is tho supposition that Jesus is still a man. This wrong thought prevails especially amongst Prcmlllenarlnns. and helps to turn many awny from faith In the premll-lennlcoming of Christ for the blessing of all the world. Many Christians perceive that a reign of Christ in the flesh would be inferior to a spiritual rclgn. Hence the general rejection of faith In the Second Coming of Christ and the establishment of His Kingdom. lie showed that all Chrlsfans firmly bellove that Jesus was a spirit being before lie came Into the world. All believe that a spirit being Is of a higher order than n human being, and that Jesus Bisde a great stoop when Be laid aside the glory" of his prehuman condition to become "tho Man Christ Jesus." 'Man Is "a little lower than angels," i even In his perfection. The Pastor declared that surely no Bible student supposes that the Heavenly Father had permanently degraded His Son from a station higher than angels to one below them. Yet many Christians profess to believe this very thing. The ascension of Christ Is claimed to prove It. How absurd to suppose that our Lord Jesus, accustomed to spirit conditions, and made flesh' for a short period, could.be otherwise than discommoded and seriously dishonored by the Father. If He has a body of flesh! Ascends Where He Was Before. Mistaken views respecting the word ascend have helped to confuse us. St Paul, explaining our text, shows that the ascension of Jesus Is to be considered In conjunction with His de.) scending. (Epbeslans He that ascended Is the same that descended, thirty-fou- r years before. Did the descending have reference to the kind of body? Surely not! Then the ascending .has no reference to the kind of 4:8-11- From far away Porto Rico conic roports of a wonderful now discovery that Is bellefd will vastly benefit th6 people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Uarcoloneta, writes "Dr. King's New Discovery Is doing splendid work here. 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Williams, I or one of my deputies will on Monday, May 5, 1913, botween the hours of 1 a. m. and 3, p. tu. at the Court House Door In Hartford, Kentucky, offer for sale the following real estate situated in Ohio County. Kentucky to satisfy the above execution, amounting to $349.20 with Interest at the rate of 6 per cent from April 10, 1906, and also the further sum of . $9:45 adjudged as costs. First Beginning at a stone In S. J. piker'B line Black Oak Sapling marked as a-- pointer. Thence North 36. East 57 poles to a stone In H. B. Taylor's survey, small post, oak, 8 feet from stone marked as a pointer. line Thence with said Taylor's South 80, West CI poles to a stone Chestnut and Hickory marked as a polnfer containing 25 acres. Second Also a tract of 10 acres more or lees in the same county and state and bounded as follows: Begln-ln- g at a stone In the Cromwell and Hardlnsburg road, a white oak one pole West of same marked as a point er. Thence South 74, East 43 poles to a post oak corner to J. P. Nelson's tract. Thence South 8 2 East 25 poles to a stone, white oak and black oak marked as pointer. Thence west 64 poles to a stone in the center of tho Cromwell and Hardlnsburg road, and with the same North 12, East 2 37 poles to the beginning, con taining 10 acres, more or less, and being tho samo two tracts of land conveyed to S. J. Baker by W. A. Fieldon and J. P. Flelden, his wife, on tho 10th day of October, 1892, by deed of record in the Ohio County Court Clerk offlco In deed book No. 13, page 331, and the samo tract af day of terward on the sold and conveyed by tho Bald S. J. (Baker and wife to tho defendant, H. A. Williams, but no record of said deed of conveyance can be found in the Ohio County Court Clerk oftlco. Third Also a certain tract of land lying on tho head watersbf McGrady creek In Ohio county, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a black oak in Peach's lino; theneo South 39 East 26 poles to a stone, East 20 poles to thence South .75 a black oakv Thence South 72 East 30 poles tp a Chestnut and Gum on a, branch. Theneo down said branch with Its mesotders to Adam lino North 38, West 3?polea to a Schroader'a line, theneo with said lino North 38, West 32 poles to a black oak on Sugar Qrovo branch, thence up said branch with Its meanders to a poplar and beoch ChaP-ez- o and Clements corner thence with this line North 56 West 94 poles to a post oak, Peach's corner,' thence South 8 East 61 poles to a hlckx ory and .red pak,, thence South 53,' West 60rpolea to the beginning, containing. 130 acre, leaa the amount of said toad gained la tin. Ohio Clrcu cald 1M ftiaedja the Ohio Uut Court by Q.W. Clements, aupnpeed toj bf, about 2Q .acres, and balng-t- , same' tract of land conveyed, bruits tibia MUlerand .others to BaW(.Hv,N Baker oa the 2it day of January, 1-4, 3-- 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 2, By virtue of St 1 stv St a a ALL THREE A 75 YEAR TO YOU FOR' ipli.LU THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a yearr FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year e BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR 43 $1.50il year.-HOLLAN- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a MAGAZINE $1.00 a yearr 4? 43 BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1,511 8 ft 4? 4? S 43 43 43 43 43 49 body. 52 Cat In Church Riot. Uniontownn, Pa., April 27. In a dispute over which faction should take up the collection at Greek Easter services In a local foreign church, twenty-fiv- o persons wcro cut and bruised, several fatally, tonight during ll battle. Tho police quella ed tho trouble and soveral arrests were made. o freo-for-a- Heart , Disease Almost no strife. It learns to read botween tho lines anil find tho tender spot, to blow not cold on young or old, when tho blowing should bo hot. 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It knows tho financial standing of every man In town, and whether ItB living or cheerless giving; that constantly keeps him down,.v 'i Unlike the city dallies that delve ' la scandal's sewer It eliminates the sewage and retains the good and pure. Onarga (111.) Leader and Review. , It senses all the skeletons bohlnd cund her father, ' " Which Is worlttT Nojt Klcieit Katioi lithe World. the .richest nation Ja, Jhe .the United States The unbpunded confidence Mr. Canon has in Dr. Miles' is shared by thousands of others who know its vajue from experience. Many heart disorders yield to treatment, if the treatment is right. If you are bothered with short breath, fainting spells, swelling of feet or, ankles, pains about the heart and shoulder blades, palpitation, weak and, hungry spells, you should begin using Dr. Mile' Heart Remedy, at once, Profit by, the experience of others while you may. ., t Dr. Miles' Heirt Remedy U sols and' guaranteed ;ly all druggists., , . . ' ' MILES t MliDiCAL CO., Elkhart, 'IM Heart-Remed- splrlt-bcgettln- The descending signified the humiliation, the leaving of spiritual glory, to bo 'born of the flesh. The life of the Logos was transferred from' the' spirit body to tho body of the babe, that He might become "the Man Christ Jesus." Similarly, the begetting of the Holy Spirit came to Jesus at His baptism, and for three and a half years It constituted Him a spiritual Priest, whose work was to "offer Himself." That offering ended at Calvary. When on the third day, the Father raised Him from the dead. It was the Priest who was raised to glory, honor and Immortality not the sacrificed human body. As It Is written. "A body hast Thou prepared Me for the suffering of death." Jesus' sacrifice was finished at Calvary, as He said. Ho dleth notnore. and therefore has no farther uso for the body of flesh. What became of It. the Pastor would not undertake to say. It was not seen in the tomb. But the soul, not the body, was raised to life. "Thou wilt not leave My soul In Sheol" Hades the tomb. Why Body of Flash Was Used. We must remember two things, said the Pastor. Followers of Jesus were required to have full faith: (1) That Jesus was tho Logos, who bad descended from the spirit plane to the human. (2i That Ho bad died sacrifl-dalland that God raised Him from the dead. Unless these two points were fully established, tbey could not continue as Jesus' disciples, acceptable with the Father, and capable of receiving the Holy Spirit. But tbey could not receive spiritual things until after the g at Pentecost Hence their instructions roust be along earthly lines. 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 2 Having made a special arrangement with the publishers? of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S. MAGAZINE we will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the publications you ought to have. All three publications are well worth the regular subscription price and. we consider ourselves fortunate in being able to offer, them to you a t this very low combination rate. fcfri ar BsV - tt. ft Mr St atv v Send Your Order to St HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ot of- - li;999?r$999trW9VV9lr months We have 10 Registered Polled Durham Bulls from 5 to-12 is a chance to buy a good bull from Ky.'s leading, herd at a price. Will deliver to your station. oli-Th- ls lew W. Breckenrldge County R, MOORMAP4 & SON, Glen Dcnn, .Kentucky.. deed of record In the Ohio 1892. County Court Clerk's office In Deed book No. 13, page 354, and tho same day of tract of land on tho sold and conveyed by said S. J. Baker and wife to Bald H. A. Williams, but no record of said deed can be found In the Ohio County Court Clerk's office to said Williams, and Vevled on as tho property of sad H A. Williams to satisfy above febitv This April 11, 1913. C, T. H. BLACK, S. 39t3. 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Strong wilt ivlin nrnnlilpd OVr tho lilc 111- n enndidato for tho Republican nomi TO SUBSCRIBERS n now meeting held In tho Ly nation for tho office of member of tho tlsuffrago NOTICE in your undertakings coupled with 8ibcrlbr deolrlnn the jinmfntti the ceum, Cardinal Gibbons regretted his llouso of Representatives from Ohio maet give the old .wldrci In making ddrw. abundance of energy and good judgment in Inability to attend. He expressed tho county, subject to tho General Primost lively sympathy with tho move- mary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. CDiollclted maniucrlpte will not be returned prosecution will, in most cases, bring satnleee Bccompanled by iiontaRe. ment, saying: no Anonyinone comraunlcntlonii will receive "Equal rights do not Imply that isfactory returns. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. attention. A Good Showing. both sexes should cngago promiscu to announce Wo nro authorized In his inaugural address, Presi- ously In thesa mo pursuit, but rath 1,aiiSfiI'3tOXT3B. votr Wilson suited that Protection er that each sex should discharge ESQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold dent JoAta. pnrt 'Of the those duties whclh are adapted to ing precinct, a candidate for tho Re"cik us off from our . . commerco of the world." Well, it Js Ita physical constitution and are sanc publican nomination for Judgo of MAY 9. FRIDAY,. Ohio County Court. General Primary Jdlcnt that the President had not- tioned by tho canons of society. s 2, 1913. "The sad result? likely to follow Election Sat. August read the Treasury Department's rqSecretary Brjan scehis to have porl of the foreign commerce of. tho In our own country from .an active Wo aro authorized lo "mnounco M. marched up the hill and down again. United States for tho month of Feb- participation in political strife are ruary. According to that report, the foreshadowed by the scenes which are h. HEAVRIN RA a candidate for The people of California dcslro to Imnorts and exports for the month dally occurring In England, whero tho Republican nomination for Coun THE BOY CORN GROWERS have fully excrciso "State's rights" In all that aggregated $343,39313U, and tho bal- women, many of them of refined edu ty Judgo of Ohio county, subject to was $44,- - cation, aro ruthlessly pursued by the the General Primary Election, Sat. th term Implies. ance of trade in our faor hundred bushels of corn Remonstrated report for eight mob and are protected from physical August 2, 1913. Louisville Evening Post Is 456,702. Take the The acre of ground and more can be grown on of the present fiscal year: vlolenco only by the Interposition of months going to have mighty hard sledding Imports, $l,24G,0o3,DSl; exports, the police. Wo aro authorized to announce J. by proper cultivation and the liberal use of ,and continue In Its support of the trade balance, $474,600,-G5- 0. Ig"Under tho influcnco of such teach- 11. MILES, of Paradise, a enndidato Wilson administration, while he And during the eight months tho ers wo find wonrftni especially in for tho Republican nomination for good fertilizers. For over 30 nores its advice In ecry Instance factories of this country turned out higher circles, fcoBlectlng her house- Judge of Ohio county court. General question. on the patronage vast quantities of their products for hold duties, ftavor at peace unless Primary Election, Sat. August 2, The next legislature of Kentucky shipment to foreign countries and she is in perpetual motion or unless 1913. will be compelled to raise the tax paid their emplojes the highest she Is in a state of morbid exciterata to 75 cents, because of the grow- waces ever uaid in tills or any other ment. Sho never feels at home unless Wo aro authorized to announce L. Ky., ing Indebtedness of the present State country. It strikes us that Is a pretty' sho Is abroad. When she Is at home B. TiCHENOR of Hartford, administration and still they are not good showing against the claim of unless she Is abroad. She never feels routo E, as a candidate for the Demo Republicaat home unless she Is abroad. When cratic nomination for the office of paying any Confederate pensions, the President. Ottawa (111.) n-Times. she Is at home the house Is either. crops by County Judgo of Ohio county, subhave been used with success on to her.' She chafes and frets ject to the aetlon of the General ' Ohio county seems to have lead This Knot Surely is Tightly Tied. under the restraints' and responsibil Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. many of the best farmers in our county. off In the get together movement, and ities of domestic life. Her heart Shelbyville, Ky. ,May 3. John E. Two carloads fresh from the mills in our it is contagious. A genuine effort O'Leary, local concrete man, and Is abroad and her afflicted husband FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. part of National leaders oc upon the find It empty or ware rooms ready for you, and more to folMiss America Walker, daughter of comes home to to unite all the elements of the Re- John H. Walker, of Shelbyville, cap- cupied by a woman whose heart Is We are authorized to announce C is E. SMITH a candidate for the Rcpub- publican party in the near future has low. Drive in, we will be pleased to load ped thd cJimax by marrying twice in empty of affections for hltn. She been suggested, and Is, in fact, unat ease. Hence arise disputes. Ilcan nomination for County Attorney one day,- - This morning at 12:20 they ill you and you won't be sorry you made the estrange of Ohio county. General Primary der way. recriminations, were married at Jeffersonville, Ind., quarrels, ments or the last act of the drama Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. deal. The Progressive party in Ohio by Magistrate Hajs and came to id often divorce. county la made up almost wholly of this olty at noon today and were "Ii," wrote the cardinal, "woman WJ aro authorized to announce D. Republicans and there is much more married at 3 o'clock this afternoon Is ambitious of tho dual empire of BAKER RHOADS. of Beaver Dam, a reason why they should get togeth- at tho Catliollq Church by Father nomlitit public and prlvato lift!, then, llko the candidate for the Republic er; with Uiet Republicans than, that John H. Riley. . fabled dog beholding his Imago In the tlon for County Attorney M. Ohio democrats antf Popullsfe shouhT haVO water,' she will lose both; she will county. General Primary Election, Doctors Want Better Roads. united on a fusion ticket, as the fall from the lofty pedestal where 5al. 'August 2, I9l3v Populists were niade up from both Luray, Va., May B. Physicians of nature and .Christianity have placed Poiuoerats and Republicans". ..- Scott county h'are hit op, a novel way her, and will fail to grasp the 'scep' k.wV..' Fdft 'tfeuKTY COURT CLERK. of aiding 111 Uic tonilhg 'election to ter ot political authority from the. f,A and make the i.tiii .Vi S cotMHlt the county to the authoriza- strong hand f her rnalo competitor. authorized to announce C. W things which he grows to jaf, cheap tion of a heavy bond Issue for the "To debar wotnan from certain pur 0. iititoTER, of Hartford.as a candi thfc pres- FOR CORONER. ""'J Jb thfe open wtttenword bt They have suits Is not to 'degrade her. To tb-- J date for the Republican .nomination tendent of Schools of Ohio county, building of good roads. . -- vWe are authorized to announcaJDr. goes atrirt her fletd of action, tor the for the office of County Court ClerK subject to the General Primary ElecCHI ucniocju.nu utiiv can only announced that if the election A. B. RILEY as a candlddat'o for tho calletl' "fie market basket" adversely and the people of thecoun gentler avocations of Jifo ft not to of bhlo County. General Primary tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. !Uia-mean llavery for the farmer.. Will ty do not recognize tne neea lor uei-t-ui vviuuui ui vuiu vuuihj out .... ..' "". fetter her wJplratloirs alter the high- Election, August 2, 1913. iject to tho action ot the HoimbUcan """" the farmers bow their neck and bend they will be compelled er and the betffif. H IB, on the,.con- , FOR JAILER. highways m UUUVlttt 4 iiUUU Ub tl,. ninnMl t)ili. J AUUOb fs&l L the knee to a party which thus openl to double their prices for profession Itrary, to seeuW) to her not equal to announce Wo aro authorized 1019 Wo are authorized to announce J. O .wa... . of reducing the avows its intention, doctors contend that rights Buperemi-neal services. The but those CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver W. DUVALL of Select voting pre price of every farm product, which the inadequate and unsafe roads renrights which can not fall to en- - Dam, Ky., candidate for the Repub- cinct ,as,a candidate lor the Reclassed among the food ' ' Tan ,be VOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. der travel dangerous to themselves ilnw Vint with n a.irnri Influence in lican nomination for County Court publican .nomination for the office of articles? , We aro authorized to announce W. and their licrses and that their car tor own proper sphere; for as soon Clerk ot Ohio county. General PriJailer .ot Ohio- county. General rtt- H. PIERCE, ot Roslne precinct, a " There 'la a continuous demand for riages are qulcniy mln-- ! .by the ro.5 as a woman trenches on the domain mary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. mary. Election Sat. August 3, 19)3. candidate for the Republican nomi usage. -ot man she must not be surprised copies of the Progressive-Republica- n .. . Ohio county, and platform, adopted in that the reverence once accorded her We are authorized to announce J. We aro authorized to announce W. nation for Justice of the'Pcc, RoDistrict General slne Maelsterlal Women Take Lead. comes from all over the In the past has been wholly or in this demand T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND, route G, Har P. MIDKIFF as a candldato for the , VrimAry ElecUon, Sat. Agist 2, 1913. Is" soll-r- d conclusively what Burlington, N. J., May 2. Women I art withdrawn, and that she State, and shows ford,' for the Republican nomination HUlJUUIIttm v w...w. ufci,iivtwi with the dust of the political is in the minds of the rank and file again T'took a prominent party today for the office of County Court Clerk Ohio county. General Primary Elec We are authorized to annoUncO and Repub- In the niofjt serious riot that has yet at una. among the Progressives ' - - '!--M" of Ohio county. General Primary Elec tion SatT August 2, 1913. a ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, Get together for the coming occurred during -- the strike of the licans. tion, Sat. Auguat 2, 1913. Republican nomlna- NO CREEK struggle to wrest the country from workers of the several iron mills In r candldato for the .. to announce tlon for Justice of the Poace In Hart Wo aro authorized May 7. Jlev. Ell Wesley preached the Democrats, who have embarked this city. The women, who are mosi- Wa are authorized ,to announce JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route ford district, General Primary elec upon a policy of destruction for al- ly wives or at Wesley Chapel Sunday. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell 1, as a candidate for tho Democratic tion Sat, August 2, 1913. most every Industry In the land. Miss Mvrtle Willlford returned Sun SEP. T. with the help of men,' overpowernreclnct. a candidate for thejtepub- - nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. police and deputy sheriffs and day from a two weeks visit to 'rela The Ellzabethtovvn News continues ed the We aro authorised to antlduuco llcan nomination for Clerk of Ohio General Primary Election, Sat. Au soreness because Its town rescued a patrol wagon load of pris- tives at Owensboro. to show county. General Primary Election, gust 2, 1913. . , WJNSON SMITH, of Select precinct, oners. The police and deputies used Miss Lydia Ward attended the com has been shown up to be too small 2, 1913. a candldato for tho Republican nomi,m ....r freely on the men, but mencement of Kingswood College at Saturday, August J. for the expenditure of thousands of their clubs seriously Injured. ot Klngswood last week. to announce C nation for Justico ot the Peaco treasury no one was Wo aro authorized dollars from the National announce LOr P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a Roslno Magisterial District. General and Uva Thomasson Misses Cora We aro authorized to for a Government building. In answer attending sclool t Hartford SMITH, of Hartford, Route 6, as a candldato for tho Democratic nom- - Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. ""vo'our suggestion along this line It Roasts Liquor and the Night who aro v .h their par rnudldate for tho Democratic noml-latlo- n Innflnn for thn ' office of Jailer Of spent the week-en- d Riders. retorts that Ellzabethtovvn is twice Wo aro authorized to announco J. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe I'ho.nmason. for tho ofllco of County Caurt bhlo county, subject to the General as big as Hartford. That may be true. A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, . Princoton, Ky., May 5. The Rev. J. subject to the Primary Election, Saturday Mrs. C. M. Barwtt a.id Mr- -. J. U August ;irk of Ohio county, Jnjt It does not lessen tho argument T. Randolph, of Henderson county, Pirtto and chlldun, Amelia a.u tttlon of the Gone ml Primary, Sat- 2, 1913. . candidate for tho Republican nomlna" , wasting the public funds for created a strong Impression In a seragainst tion tor Justice of tho Peace, of the Ferdinand, visited here Sunday after- - urday, Augv'. 2, 1V13. Sulphur Spring district. General Pria building In every cross roads town. mon here last evening in his denunMr. Simpson Johnson r..uraol SatVe art authorized lto announco mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. The pOiht we mako Is that this ciation of the liquor traffic and the urday from Mudlavla SpilTigB, tea., p FOR SI!BR1FF bioney would far better bo donated night-riddepredations which have much JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., " i Wa am authorized io ahnOuhce S. as a candidate for the office of Jailer National Government for the been menacing the peace and happi by the representing the Mr Wv R. Cook for of Onto 'county, Bubject to the flon construction of good roads, and thus ness of tho people of thlls section. BRATCHER ah a candidate GETTING firm ot H. P. Barnes & Bro., Beaver A. entire country. benefit the the Republican nomination for Sher- eral Primary Election, Saturday, Au Ho said that Christian pooplo should Dam, was In our midst yesterday. a iff of Ohio county, subject to the guat? 1913. stand opposed to such tactics overt at Miss Ophelia Ward, who has had Must Perish All the Same. General PrinAr-- Election, Saturday, tho point ot a rlflo. Ho callod upon erysipelas, la convalescent. of a C. S. Mathews, proprietor August i, 1913. ' FOR ASSESSOR. all good citizens to Vote against anyMisses Ruth and Lenora Lindley, large sugar' plantation at Racciand, thing bearing tho earmarks of the of Llvermore, returned home Sunday to hnntvivhec "tf!l W as La., writes the New York Herald liquor traffic, and touched upon the after a visit to their brother, Mr. We 'are 'authorised to Wra'dunce S. COX, of RiJslne, 'SS a tind!oai 'tor follows: ' n fMWN ni :a candidate "for the the'RepUDilfan'Aomlnati tolWo oflocal option right in Henderson coun- Homer Lindley and family (here. I beg to bespeak your oonsldera- - ty. The Rov. Randolph is a former HLJ.V. Roiiubllcan l nomfriatUm for Vlie of fice of A'fcT'ssor'of Ohib CbHirVy,' subv. Anyone ueturing w iwiuro tion for the sugar Industry ot the pastor of the Methodist chuurch here, poultry In egg production wottld do fice ot Sheriff of Oh rity, subject t'o.'tnVtfeherul Primary 'ElocUon, United States, J which is now threat-ae- d but Is now superannuated, resident at well to call on Mrs. 'Hefcl Ward, Who ject 'to the General iPrrmary ' with destruction through hos- Corydon, Ky. He is the father-in-laowns a hen that bus a record erf 'lay r tile legislation, and to lay before jiu of Dr. U. G. Foote, of Louisville. ing two eggs In a day. ' Aoaro''a'ttthofllJca 'to announce rr-ESJsh following facts: t';f''n.(1ft iiH.-lnct-. Wo are auth6t45d to WrfBunce Sj Kii't Master Loyd Sidy Ward is Tipentl- That every civilized country In thecandldafc 'for the, ..'f.ofi'HMn'io'f jrtih'TRniiubltcaii noml- Mchenry. ine the week With bis grandmother, E. BENNETT .-. w.w world is trying through Tariffa, boun-frr, rorllf riatIon"forABteBbr ot Ohio county., community Mrs. Milrfe A. Bennett, at Hartford.'" riomoc,fatic 'Bb'nlliS-ttto- n lis and otherwise to raise enough Is April 28. Health In this Mr. na aire, uaxi xveuiruw of phto fairly good. General Frtwwy Election eat. Augusi own consumption. augar-forlt- s In feed is an easy waiter It you come -' ; Jdr .and Mrs. V. P. Allon visited the former's ... parents, Mr. and Mr eril Ptlniary 'Election, 'Bat. August 2, 1913, .v. sugar la cheaper to the . nn That .... nn.iu 1rtm.ailfl- VlSW. , ' fsTXi inwim.hero for,VYon wUtind'tt-lw- a) any 'Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haven on last A i. Ivexuruw uvor uvai n h. United States than ' day. We 'are1 -- ulhorizod W announce Q. wholesome and, voujrlshlntf and that Ettropeaq. country with the exception Sunday. The mne workers are rejoiced WTL-.l'ibroute 1, Harttordas a Is why M England. And Still Debt Grows.,, i t ' United States to he the prospect ot a gooda summer's work . MY FBIp WINS. .authorized .lto announce caddlate for the Republican nominatWelire That (were the , Frankfort, Ky., May "3. Auditor ot Ohio s Messrs. Alvln Rondsr, James Renpowerful ion1 forlhe.Qfflee HENRY LEACH at war with any England, maritime der, Alvln Cblnn and Noah Phelps Bosworth today announced the balanc ths'Republlcan-i'oiiJttiatTo- :ft "a candldaie'tsc odwfttx, .mbieotjto ot Assessor '"ojdiniry food often obn tains' dirt Germany the Oeaeral for CounSucb as and foreign matter-whic-h injurs thf sugar flpent last Saturday with Mr. John in tho various nds of the8tatotresi ty School SirferVntendtat 'at Qhlo 2 91S. Aug.,. ffeace, Or Italy, her supply of VuklBg'tuad,r$ir,i ' ury aa follow stock: Use ey ' tiyld" and see your '.T A theiputrfildo world would be cut Vlun. , comity. -tmm ' Il'.Iss. Ethel Phelia visited Mrs. 248.11; school fund, 44l2.14a.80j --gsn Sat Augusts. '1111. , i We 'a:340rj,sed to annoitnee U stock thrlw. and expense 'fund, ' .W,&S8.l2r Dai u LQNBr.M candidate for the sugar industry In t o Rosa Alien last ' aixl&y. . TW' the suports hundreds '(, ;.ir,. urover' smacr wno .is ai ance la treasury, tl'.SOS.dSb'.OS. 'The ... .i. . J k !. -- . BsfUJhUgsrp - oaaaUoa. (or the of- United o womw L T"Z7T 'has been vepF outstanding warrants at the dike ot - We are awBorueaot.Weat'ybri-- , tUsj ei, Oklo county, sub-Til- ls o people who it tho w.ivt, tfceuMnfr April S0 amounted te-- IV JOHN W. ODKL1,, , IJ1 wujj' tenui, but a telegram received bualnea Tf'roslueelfclere.hant to the iiaiHatkywew destroyed would lift. Prtoary., preciaii, 'for ths reeover- 4,49t.M,s compared to '1M&,175. , 113. '4 KENTUCKY otW means' of employment, by hla mother saying a HARTFORD, . 8- -t -r- -t 48 for last month. ,wJ dittribuiea. millions fit doUft, insrta. n AMrsas all communication Hartford Republican. to this country which would go toj United foreign countries did the not mako any sugar at an. States It does not matter In the least to o administration and tho Congress that hundreds of thousands of pcoplo will loso their employment, and that many millions of money which now stays at homo will go Industry g abroad If tho , iTnirnii Rtntra shall be de i.. stroyed. Tho general proposition of Is that any muus- tli' . -- t . try which cannoi get uiuk U1lA1lt """" Protection oucht to be destroyed. Sugar Is not the only Industry that is to walk the plank under this rule. leveling Thero is to be an down of prosperous industries whether of tho factory or tho farm. Frca-Tradsugar-growinFrce-Tradc- GIBBONS OPPOSES VOTES FOR WOMEN Points to Scenes in England as Foreshadowing Results in the U. S. Announcements. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. Wo aro authorized to' announce N. H. W1IIT1J, of Olaton precinct, as n candldato for tho Republican nomination for member of tho House of '.Representatives from Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Elec tion, Snt. August 2, 1913. A Banner year -- ii Crop Year an ... rs ter sent 1- Start largest faith its .13 Cultivating too Much Ground is a Waste of Energy. Planting a Crop Without Fertilizer is Bad Judgment. that a an years Challenge Corn Grower,, Homestead Tobacco Grower and Corn' and Wheat Grower. all Irk-so- -- ..,... E.P. BARNES & BRO. : BEAVER DAM, KY. ' , er 'J' v A uj 7 d, nt 9 - "- . iB" ."1 - -- .i" 1 er lmm-oved- '" THE BESf y J.i LOOKENC'; w .... WEhWrwIeiT.! con-ma- w '...', rrty a' Qal''lPrtsay - 6tte . i be-wa- ..j. it ifr ...; W. E. EJULIS - ,m. iSb .r I rnitvn' 'WW'-A A NEW ARRIVALS t B T Our sernnrl ment 9 shin- - near tho L. I tinrn enmn tf urvtrrv Irlnnt If ntr IlfYlVPr Tl.ifiv fnniml Plfif nttrl tfnrl. 'tho property and paying for this ad - ilngton, Mid Mr. Vivian Lllcs, salcs- vnr'Iunninii It. I man for tho Barnes-Cla- y Machlno , va Works, of Central City, were In I In need of anything n stnplo Whon Hartiord last Friday In of the lor fancy groceries, meats, slock and now 191,1 models of tho one automo-niobllc- s Ford 'nhlnkptt fpril pnll .1. D. Tlnlnh's irro- peowhich tho Uarncs-Cla- y cery, Hnrtford. Farmers' 'phono No. ple nro selling. slxty-nln- o 43t4 (G3). & N. I 1 (. otlvnr nlnrvl mntrh 1Mf.r I Mr.. R. P. Tlnrnna nt Hm unll . w .,w IUVWU ..v.. .Y. depot. Owner may .known firm of E. P, Barnes & Bro., IV -- f ..,.. Our Windows Tell The Glad News They tell you "what's what" for immediate wear and for the summer to follow. Norfolks for the lively youth, Grays, Blues and Browns; $10 and $15. Norfolks for Boys,in all shades, of spring and v' Hartford 1 4 Hv elected as members of tho Board. They succeed Mr. W. S. Tlnsley and I Dr. J. T. Weddlnc and Mrs. P. II. Judge W. H. Barnes, tho latter hav is arriving. Haffey havo returned to their homes ing been elected by tho Board to fill lot Whltcsxlllc, after spending tho unexpired term of Mr. II. F. fabconsist of days hero at tho bedsldo of Dr. Lowo, resigned. S. J. Wedding, who has been qulto A big picnic will bo given at Hart sick. rics ford on July 4 by Hartford Camp Miss Mary Spalding, of Hartford, No. 202. Woodmen of tho World. Ar 1 I1 will will nrrhe In Owensboro on Wednes- rangements havo already begun to day to snend a week with Miss mako this one of the best picnics Ji Ik I j V 'Frances Little, at tho lattcr's homo over held here, and a largo crowd Is .ftx-.- T if a grfeat In Frcderlca court. Owensboro In expected. It is planned to have a ball ' gamo In the afternoon, and complete of quirer. A new lino of feed Corn, Oats, program will appear in Tho RepubBran and Secrene Horse, and Mule lican as soqn as tho committee re of feed, and also a nlco line of fresh ports. groceries. We pay cash and sell at low At a recent mcetln.i of the Repub least rock bottom prices. Call and see. lican Executive Committee of Ohio It. L. DEAVER & CO. 4U4. county held at the office of Attorney to Otto Martin, Mr. R. B. Martin tend GIRLHELP WANTED Girl help do housework and cooking. Good ered his resignation as chairman, and Dam, rehomo for right party. Word Is light. Mr. E. P. Taylor, of Beaver signed his position as secretary of Must furnish good references. Apply will the committee. Mr. Otto C. Martin A. B. WEDDING, to Dundee, Ky. was selected as chairman, and Mr. 41tf. Ramey E. Duke was chosen as sec also McCall Pattern SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE retary. Ladies' Dress No. 5273 Sonio one can get a bargain In a Wo are again compelled to call Price, 15 centr t sowing machine, never used a single upon those writing to The Republican day, but goea at a bargain. Drop leaf re Mc-Ca- ll of machine, and a dandy. Address O. F. to alwajs sign their name. We up-to-da- te ceive many communications for pub17, In care of The Hartford Repub 43t4. lication and without names signed. lican. salesin stock Such communications go into the Mrs. Lula Coppage haa returned to wasto baskej. The names to any comher homo at Loltchfleld after-- a visit munication are not published unin to assist hero with her daughter, Mrs. Otto C. less the writer so desires, and we Martin. She was accompanied homo again are called to let those writing us, by Mrs. Martin and little daughter, us know of this rule. who will visit In LeltchXIeld for several days. Find $3000 in Tin Can. The first base ball game of the Decatur, 111., May 5. The curiosity season In Hartford will bo plajed of hit son, Wayne, hero tomorrow afternoon between madii Walter Uhrich a Decatur bar wmm " "'K' Hartford and Fordsville. The game wl ber,- - the possessor of $3000 In gold be played at tho new ball park, oppo- which the barber's father had hidden site tho depot. No admission will bo away in a small can before he died Charged the ladles. nearly six years ago. Uhrich at one Rev. B. F. tfenklns went to Pleas time proposed to his wife that they he will abandon an old trunk containing old ant Grove this morning preach the funeral of Mrs. Garrett clothing, when they moved, but sen- Petty. Mrs. B. S. Chamberlain and timi'nl. prevented, and lt was placed Mrs. Lizzie Brashear Went to Nuck-o- ls lit a coal shed. yn $ m. m this morning to spend a few days ,Mrs. Uhrich was examining the contents, and came upon Ihe can, though with friends. owensooro inquirer. togcjntaln putty. iThe boy was curious Mrs. 'Jennie McHenry suffered a litue.work. .the Shetland weignt ana prevauea on aip spell during, the preaching over' its open ,Pony, harnesafand buggy will belong fainting lt. Uhrich knew of lai.er to services at the court house Sunday the' existence of the money but had to some Ohio county girl or boy. morning, and bad to be drlvjen home FRIDAY, MAY 9. Dr. S. J. Wedding has been quite in a carriage. Mrs. McHenry was not never been able to locate it. nick for several. dais.. .Hla many in' good health and it Is thought the wlBh-hlBaptist Church. H.v & E. Railroad Time Table frlend8 heat that day brought on' her illness. H. Services Sunday will be aa fol Rev- - EU We" and Mrt John W. ' Esa. Mack Cook, of Arnold, can at flartlOrO, Ey. Sandefur, of No Creek", wee pleas- - didate for nomination on the Repub- 'lows: "Sunday School '9:45, Dr.' E. W. Wednesday. L. & N. time card effective Monday 'ant callers at thla office lican ticket for, Judge of Ohio coun- Forij, Supt. Carefully graded Classes at-th- is j of Aug. 21st. jir. James W. Jones, of Murray, ty, was a pleasant oaller forail ages. No.-11North Bound duo 7:19 a. m. yMtea friends hero a few days re fice, Saturday.; Esq. Cook expressea Preachlpg at 11 a. m. and 7; 30 dally except Sunday cently, returning homo Tuesday night. himself as well pleased with his pros i m. u nomination andel60" No. 114 North Bound duo 1:15 p- Judge James. P. Miller pects for the IJr., R. T. Bryan, of Shanghai, dally except Sunday. . tlon. China',- - will speak at both hours. Dr.' has announced as a candidate for the No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m Democratic nomination for Judge of . Silver Crown, the fine Jack belong- Brvah has' had 27 years experience dally except Sunday. ing to Black and, Btrkhead, died as a missionary In China and this is Ohio county. No. 113 South. Bound duo 1:46 p, m at the ialr ground 'here Tuesday. The a, rare opportunity. Everyone is corH. Benton, County Road dally except Sunday. mule was one of the finest In this dially' Invited to come and hear him. will be found at the office of section of tho State and was valued MISCHKB, Agt. H. E. Mrs. Bryan, who has had 8 years ex 'County Judge We'ddlng on Monday at ?7G0. Another Jack will be bought perience as a missionary iu wuw, 43t8 of each week. at an early date by Black and Blrk will talk to the ladles and children '' Who wants the bicycle T Issue head. In another column of this at 3 p. m. will be found the Announcement for County Clerk Tlnsley showed us wants tho SheUand Pony? Who , ,. .... ac Marriage License. recently the new tax receipt which he win the fine Help Is making out. He has several thousIra Watson and Ruady Hughes, of ' Pony and outfit. I and "to' make but for the taxpayers Cromwell. Tho famouB Beaver Dam . Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford visited land CUcal Is for sale by W H. In Ohto county, and will keep him H. O. Duff, Narrows, and Valeria SatlBfac- - and his deputies busy for several D, Harrjson, Dundee. relatives in Louisville this week. Moore & Son. Hartford. 42t2 wdeks. Tho receipt is vory complete tlnn mlhraiitefd. at Commercial HO- ," Eugene Oiler Beaver Dam, and ""-vr.i. wit nrifa ucBh as large as MInta Lake, route D, Hartford. Eggs, Chickens and uuiier. N. Martin?, of Cromwell, and about- two times .Mr8 J. tel for ,. formerly. C. Tt, Baxloy, route 1, Hartford, and . Mr. Magistrates- - O. E. Scott, Eeslto Lucy M.' Tllford, Dundee. family R. B Postmaster visited relatives here Wednesday. Thompson Williams, route 1, BeaCombs and J." C. Jackson and County ,,, foi' several days. .. com ver Dam, and Sophia Williams, BeaI have' Hay for sale. Lep Simmer-ma- n Road Engineer T. H. Benton, Mr. and Mrs. R. EN places In ver Dam. 33tf R. B. MART1N Hartford, Ky- and daughter, Mlas. Winnie, mittee appointed o locate ml ' Tho prizes given 4a The .Republi- have returned fora a yIsit,of several thin onuntv for new iron brldces .and for Teachers.' to purchase, the orldges were in ses Examinations t can's contest are well wortjh work days in Louisvuie. t sion hero yesterday, rney consuiiea jhe first examination for teach-- ; K J Ir. G. W. Gordon, of PrjntIs, for ing for. , witlKrepreeentatlves of several bridge era wiU be held at Hartford, May. ... 1. .. ". Copies or. Too KepuDv;" ..Ill " lA many years a suDscrioer w we n companies. ,, 10 and 17; second at Fordsville, sent to all contestants "In the Pony publican, was a pleasant caller at Messrs. Sep T. Williams, of Crom- June 20 and 21; third at Hartford, Monday. this office , Contest. well, and C, O. Hunter, city, Repub July 18 and 19; fourth at Hartford, '. State Treasurer Jthea has mailed The hardest worker - will surely be for Aug.15 and 16. , Pony out checks,, fpr the .last' payment, on lican candidates for nomination . wtifcd handsomely- ,to' W County, Court C)erK: b. a. praicner, . ..,,., HENRY LEACH. Supt. , f ' ..i.Jui "Tho tnta . City, ana a, , U.. i.eown, ui. m-ao-i " I m .. ; Coyest iurai' itwwip . '' 0r,E.,D. Duko, route 1, Hartford, amount is I4l0.401.55.(,,),y, sale, . Dam, candidates for the Republican Radium as Cancer Cure. ad sa a pleasant caller at this oflce If vou have aoroethlpg' foiv Hart- - nomination for Sheriff .of Ohio coun- Cambridge. Mass.. May 4. The ef ' vertise it In LSijrday., ty, were pleasant caUers at TheRe-publlca- n fect of radium in tho treatment of R. 7, Hartiord, fprd. Rates art .lowarid gladly furoffice Monday. i iMr. Victor Stewart,, cancer Is to be made the subject 34tf upon application- -, 1 was- a pleasant caller at thla olflce nished Miss. Lota Bellow and (Mr. W. C of special Investigation at Harvard ' .. .j.jJryan, m Hamilton were Ip Hartford Saturday Wednesday, Dr. and Mrs ; Medical School under the direction Hart .1 Ella, wU ,"Tr Morton Md.. Mrs. "gm G---- Shanshal. China, wl arrive InGeorge repreaeaUng the Daviess County of .Dr. William Duane. For. the pres , , a ) ford tomorrow. i tolsltiMrv Business, College, of lt Owensboro, and ent, experiments will bo conducted Keown visited reiauves m v demonstrating the stenotype, machine, In the Collls P, Huctmgton Duuaing Fair and other relatives. week. ro last The Louisville Weekly Herald and which Is a new Invention' used by at the Harvard Medical School, but 'Commencement exercise of West in taking dictation, a special building will be erected being Tield The Hartford iRepaMfcaiiA one year stenographers Kentucky Seminary are ' each for 1.35. Setid all. orders to and U sald'tor'be muoh tasprovoment boob and ev!oted entirely to radium Dam this week. at Baaver , i, Investigation. Dr. puanethas studied 32tf over'tne'saonaana sysieiu. , county The Republican, HariforteCy. Any girl or boy In' oata Bay, Mr. Business man; do you In. the laboratory of Mndame uune, I have, 'at my stand vtirTtbe Hart- oM may., bacoms a mot over 16 years cotaplete vH 'priBtlBg(doae?xH yoa do the discoverer of radium, and has ford'aad LleteafIetoa4, saadldate In oar l' " Contest, do?Ufor iou. Wo can print been In touch also with tho 'v'ork of lin ' of Groceries andtOtvialoods. m i Mm. C. T. S. Uvertou ana -- " .i Snvelefs. 111 t&e radium iattitute In Lo'mlpn. The ff. J. MILLER your Letter Nettle Qdger. otcenterwn, u- - btmd Heads, SUUamUBllki, Tybewrlt-tea aaaounoomcat of tho p'an, says a - r- - v-- 'r JV jiAii. visiting in JtiarwoTo,. 4"w. Ii Latteri.' Sato Books. Clrcvlars, groupk ot IttYeeUgatonj la btlng to attacltvth' pnldem of AMMT handles a etc,, an ptat ihm right at 'right '11 SJSSd .r pomu ya.rl a PJ", - Try nuwHf,yoir ert- order caacer treaUnent-froB- a dhlckra prie.' er w;u" 'feedVJ '32tf.'of v W'wK . rar.,.-PlMatyc1ICall at Taf .. N '4 In federal court. summer Wash Goods now annual election for Mr. F. W. Plrtllo, of IJast Hnrtof tho Board of Education of ford, and Mr. Sam Davison, of Bar- - ber Saturday E. .nctts Ferry, were In Owensboro this Hartford last R. T. Mr. W.were Ellis and Mr. Collins week as members of the petit Jury mem- At the They I the latest sev-'er- al jra JrvHM for summer wear. do yourself You injustice you do not avail yourself the opportunity at seeing them. When seen, we have no doubt appeal to you. but what their beauty that Remember we keep a well selected, and courteous ages 6 to 17, $4 to $7. Panamas and Straws for days, $1 to $5. -- line Dress Trimmings. sum-m- er Patterns ladies you your selections. Come ? 'to see and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. 1 eight-year-o- ld English Oxfords, with rubber soles, as well, as other English styles, at $3.50 and $4. I&xz&T&Qb. Republican.'- Rosenblatt's. -- rsasssspsgreeffrSvSvSSrsqfegj WAN You-to see our new line of LADIES' FURNISHINGS, DRESS MAKING. New Hateand Dress trotds. and.. MH4LINERT an DRY, GOODS . arrive every week. 2 , ty LOYAL BROS., - Narrows Kf-- t. En-irlnt- LINDSAY DORSET v Mm-eWb- .""V' Wl" Wte ...... Civil and Mining Engineer OF TAOOMA, '.WASH. - . .., Geological Examinations, SurveysOH Analysis at Reasonable Rates. New Commercial Hotel. - y Jn CW. tojt to HARTFORD, KVL ' ..... o.o., m i K w S&'iitT - iitu ay .- Li.MU.' H&, iJ.', At,, -- 4' - u iaysllMnta .. ployed with a construction NARROWS. working on the Chicago rtrwfisjy- -' Mr. Jack Walker, I. C. Railroad agent at Horse Branch, visited his canal. Rev. H. C. Truman spent ar mother here Tuesday. days the first of the week. lr. A. R. Renfrow is in LouIs-- ( friends. vlio this week. Mrs. Almeda Petty an ago Mr. Virgil Renfrow was4ln Owenshighly respected lady died. boro Wednesday, and her remains were turfed Miss Eddlth Duke, of Dukehurst, day in the Pleasant Grave CemeCeiT-Is vUltlng her sister, Mrs. A. R. Ren After a brief respite maesl " frow, thlB week. again, broken out here. Mr. C. T. Sutton, of Owensboro, and Postmaster, J. H. Thomas have Company H Drill Qrdcrc been making a liberal catch of fish the Tho members of Comoanv 11 a days. last few Mr. Cooper Powers, of rCaasas City directed to report (or drlU Mrs.iMay 9, at 7:30 p. From. Mo., is visiting his mother, best available Information, the Maggie Powers. The Fordsville High School, which and place for this- years) village ment will be July1 9, aUI has almost depopulated our WF- of young people the .past few months, boro, Ky., lasting ten' day. young peo- teen new enllstmenat ,wre will close Friday. Narrows 3B ple attending the Fordsville school dnrlnr hfl naat moatii and osdtr Renfrow, Cecil more men are required' to are. Misses Ello White, Minnie White, Isanel Thomas, the company to t uiristaeafcthV V iinlca Bhultz. Grace Shultz, ana no more enlistment Mixwra. Stanley Phillips. Collls Shultz, kd until i. vacancy occurs: Carl Bennett. Griffin Klrby and Ev- d( rlir to- fill 'the above-' and wnu 'hdVe Klrby. rmut- - ie-- m I Mr. Charlie Candor has gone to Mt military training, employed jjMay 9, otherwlsa they eaa aaC Veraon, Ind., where he la cure "pay for ftteadlsg th wlili a construction COBlDanV. Mrs. Hattle WlUIs wl)! leave btn encacapment CLARBNCE B. SHOWrC tr tnr rhlrAeo ta lola" her hull- y i'baHaMr. Estill Wlllhr; irilo U ea, My - naAw -- nof-'had.- t es-e- " - - rar'i . Wfjy , i . r MiiiJ'i3Tw'ViSrS---TClH- 1!I'.W . fc.n.ifa wimir -- A r - ji.il wiiiiirwMiiiwjwwi.l")iiwriMw'j.nim.- - &(.., ,. X &sMwiirtTraaT jLJ""""'''-- &. TfrflMC'' BURIED WITH DUMB FRIEND NEW FARMING TOO POPULAR Draws Men From Other! j Professions, a College Dean Broken-Down The Repflb.ican-PrOgreSS.V- e tarm First. Wo tn0 Houso of Representatives! Flat- - of I who may bo nominated upon this endorso all tho atcps tho people In tho final election, Is Circuit Court T. F. Ulrkhcad, been taken by tlio Coun- Instructed and pledycd to vote for Judge; Ilea I). Rlngo, Attorney; W. . which havo Asserts. P. Midklir, Jailer; E. U. Uarrass, ty Republican ami I'rogrcsslvo Excc-uth- o tho following laws: Clerk; 13. lllrkhead, .Master ComVhltln-tlv- o leading up to anil II I H.. .IJmIhm a.lnnHflAi Committees, A measuro embodying the UUIB IU DU1V1II&, Dl.lVl.lli.!,, JlllUr Curious directions wcro left by missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee and referendum. Jury Fund: T. II. lllaclt, Sheriff, James Griffith Dcandcn, F. S. A., with igrlculturo has become too popular," Including tho call for this conten Deputies S. O. Keown, Tho recall for all State, District linrtford. record tn hln hurlnl. Mr. Dnnrrlpn. n lays Dean Eugeno Davenport of tho tion to formulate) a platform u,ioii Heaver Dam; U. 1'. Jones, Routo fi, Lancashlro (Ens.) man, died last fall,' College of Agrlculturo of tho Unlvor-- j which candidates for tho various coun- and County officials. aged floventy-throo- , ty offices and member of tho House ' An amendment to tho Primary Hartford; V. V. 13arp, Rdslno. Court and tho gross val- -' "y of Illinois. "Tho demand for scientific lnforma- - of Representatives nro to appeal to Klcction Law, providing for tho clec convenes first .Mouilny In I'obninr ?2,500,-- ; ! no of his cstato Is moro than and continues threo vveelis; third Hon," ho added, "Is reflected by the do-- j OOO. otcrs of Ohio county for Bupport at tlon of delegates to National conven- .Monday In April, two ucel.s; third dui-- i Among tho Instructions which ho mnnda for talks at Institutes, for .Monday In October two weeks. tho coming November election, under tions, and for thu selection of all County Court R. R. Wedding, left wero tho following, written on a' letlns and for lottcrs of advlco on,,' tho Republican emblem, believing party committeemen. farming problems. black-edgeJudge; W. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk; C. E. paper: aboet of An amendment to tho Primary Klcc Smith, Attorney, "Our letter flies aro crowded wlthj that It Is best for thoso who may Hartford. Couit "It Is my will and wish that my reGeneral Primary to know what tlon Law, providing that where convenes Hist .Monday In each mains bo cremated and then Interred letters from persons who want to help, agriculture' may bo expected of them In advance, ther Is only one imullilato of an month. at the samo placo whero my dog Pom-pe- y In tho causo of scientific Quarterly Court Regius on the Pulpltloss preachers, brokon down and fair to tho people of tho county party at tho closo of tho time limit, J is now burled. fourth .Monday In February, .May, xue urn is 10 do bo consirucieu as lournallsts, bankrupt business men to know just hcro their candidates tho selection may bo mado through August anil November. to contain tho ashes. Falling this, and others offer their services as soil Btand, upon nil questions of public that pttfty'd commlttoo, Court of Claims Convenes first then in tho onen wound as near to . experts, explaining that they havo Interest. An amendment to tin! Election Law Tuesday In January and first Tuesxnv doe's remains as may bo. on no1 been reared on a farnl. day in October. Second. Wfi faor rigid ocononiy permitting any candidate to have Up to 15 years ago tho farmer boy account at Darnack' Other County Officers C. S. Jlox-Icin tho conduct of ,all tho business the benefit of this votes of nil parties to it worth while VJ further chargo my estato in 'did not consider of agrlculturo. Today of the county to tho end that tax- which may support his candidacy by F. D.Survejor, Fordsvllle, Ky., R. No. 2; Dernard Felix, Asses-so- r, JC500 in addition to I 'end tho collego Boutnorpo Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; nrncd, thnt scientific es may bu reduced to tho lowest pos- having his' name placed under more do? form?" liY9. I may have already Henry Leach, Superintendent, HartI ........ u.. j . In ft Vlprnnaltv. i. sible rate, realizing that wo nro bur- than ono device upon tho ballot. ford; Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, Hartbut a dened by tho present high taxed, Tho fmer '? n0 Interments Xre dialtfrbcd of repeal of the odious registra- ford. Nf ibeso Tho removed, both as regards tho dog's rq-- , hoa!yk alert business man. By this I, State, county and town. tion certificate law, which in ever) JUSTICES' COURTS. mains and my own, from their present mean tno miaaio wesi larmer, ior tno Lesllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday Third. As a. matter of PCbnouiy election has mado easy tho corrupposition within a hundred years of New England larmer oniy warns 10 and in tho interest of a better tion of tho ballot wherovcr certifi- after 3rd .Monday In .March, Tuesday maKO a living ior nimseii, ni wuuuuu, after Urd Monday In June, Tuesday this date. T? ijf-- his horse. Tho middle west farmer business sjstein, t faor placing the cates aro required. after 3rd Monday In September, TuesVLuU, A measuro prohibiting the use of day after 3rd Monday In December. Fiscal affairs of the county In tho wants to mako money. BABIES ON THE BATTLEFIELD John H. .Miles, Rockport, Friday "Yet agriculture Is an old science. hands of a commission to bo com- monoy, with which to corrupt voti George III. was moro interested in Its, posed of three persons to bo chos- ers, and disfranchising any one after 3rd Monday tn .Mnrch, Friday after 3rd .Monday In June, Friday Turkish Mothers Abandoned Their, study than ho was in oppressing tho en by the oters from tho county at who nitty Hell or buy votes. .Monday In September, after 3rd colonists, as tradition says. Michigan largo; believing that tho flnancee Offspring In Retreat From Vlctorl A corrupt practice act. Friday after 3rd Monday In Deous Bulgarian Army. had tho first- - agricultural college. cember. of the county can better be handled Workman's compensation lAw. O. E. Scott, Cromwell. Wednesday A measuro placing bur penal IVintltu-tlon- s by a smaller number of men, who When the Turks filed before the SMALL FOREST THAT MOVES' after 3rd .Monday In .March, Wedcan be chosen entirely with their under control of a nonpar- nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Bulgarian army, as at Mus- -' conquering Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Septaphla Pasha, mothers fleeing In pan- South Wales Has a Phenomenon, business quallflcatons In view. Un- tisan commission. arrangement the offee of. Rental of tho hunter's tax. tember, Wednesday after 3iu Monic In many cases left children and Somewhat Akin to That of Mac-- ; der this day lu December. Repeal of tho dog tax. babies behind thorn, bo that the conJustice of the Peace would not be beth'a "Blrnam Wood." Friday John H. Miles. quering Bulgars in addition to gath-- . detracted from, but Its powers for Abolishment of many needlcys "o- after 3rd Monday Rocknort. Fr.eay March, exing the dead and wounded had also, the moment has a usefulness In the maintenance of 'O- ffices created by tho last session of after 3rd Monday ri June, Friday South Wales at In to piok up crying babies. Many ai real moving wood whose movement is rder In the various magisterial dis- the legislature. alter Jru Monday in September, FriBulgarian soldier considered It his' due to tho physical forces of nature greater. A measure reforming tho taxing day after 3rd .Monday In December. duty to send homo a Turkish babyj and not to the human agency which tricts would bo far Jacl.son, J. SatCcntcrtown, Fourth. The office of bounty as- sjstein of tho State which will place urday C. after 3rd Monday In .March, to be taken care of when he discovers produced the phenomenon that prebe a bol filled, and the tho burdens of taxation whero they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, sessor should ed that its mother bad abandoned is ceded the downfall of Macbeth. official performed by properly belong, Instead of upon tho Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep, and could not be found. The moving wood of Wales stands duties of that A cavalry lieutenant from Sofia addi in the Vale of Glamorgan, nine miles men chosen Uy the County Board of men who own small homes and visi- tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday December. ed the other day to his family of si from Cardiff, and it seems to be grad- Commissioners, for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded In the In M. C. Cook, Renfrovv, Tuesday afchildren a seventh one a Turkish, ually nearlng the final stage of its district. assessment. ter 2nd Monday in March, Tuesday baby girl. His horse suddenly shied, progress. It Is now perched on a hill Fifth. The people of Ohio county A law giving he people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday saw on the ground tho which rises from the roadside at a and the rider vc equal advantages with those of the after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesdeserves better roads and baby, and jumped off to take it. Just' gentle declivity. who may be States North of us, by compelling the day after 2nd Monday In November. pledge the candidate Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednes at that moment a shell fell on the The movement, which Is due to the saddle of the horse. The baby saved; loosening of the superincumbent root nominated upon this platform if elect railroads to give us the benefit of 2 day after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday the man's life. He left It in the care soil from the bed of rock, commenced ed, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate. Upon all other matters not speci In May, Wcducsday after 3rd Monday -- of Bulgarian woman in the city, and two months ago. A few days ago the to inaugurate a sjstem which shall when after the battle he could not dlsJ wood slipped athwart the road and bring about this desired end In the fically mentioned herein, our candi In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In N'ovembor. cover Its mother, he sent It to bis, completely blocked traffic. Bpeedlest and best possible way. date Is directed to vote In the Interest Uront Pollard. Fordsvllld. Tuosclnv care for as one of her own. wtfe to The obstruction Is nearly a dozen Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup- of progress, and for the general wel after 2nd Monday in March. Thurs feet wide, and watchmen are posted port in behalf of every "effort to im- fare of all our people day after 2nd .Monday in Mar. Thurs r ! Without Navigable Waters. at the spot to divert the traffic. prove our. schools, for better buildUpon this declaration of principles day after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Monday ih NoWith the exoeptlon of a few esttra. ings, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of this convention vember. - .Sklnjeee furs U tea. Natal cannot lay claim to the a course in agriculture for ever' high pledge their hearty support to tho J. L. Patton, Ralph. Friday after A FrenchTchemTsI has recently pat.ffotsnutfrn of a navigable river. Tho streams are too small and too much, ented an ingenious process for mak- school, and an agricultural experi- candidates who may be nominated 2nd Monday In Mnrch, Friday after First, on a frame ment farm located in the county. at the general primary electlon.flrst 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Jtrdkta up by rapids and falls to allow, ing furs moth-prooSeventh. Our sympathies are with Saturday in August next, under the .Monday in August, Friday after 2nd van rowboats to travel for more than in a shallow pan. he stretches the Monday in November. to Log Cabin, for the various offices to few miles without interruption. skin with the fur up, and pours In the farmers in their "efforts HARTFORD POLICE COURT. enough water to cover it He puts, obtain better prices for their pro- be voted for in Ohio county two adventurous at the C. M. Crowe, Judge; John D. Wil Serertheless, recently set the pan in a refrigerating chamber ducts, son, City Attorney: J. I8tevens, and especially 'do we sym- coming November election. and keepsU there until the water la pathize with the tobftoCo growers of Marshal: Court convoaet second Mon fgrtJUjui enaeavor to rlacn tbj9-SRespectfully submitted, 'OM AlOTt )lH tAkM Ollt thA day In each month. jr toaTfrom the capital, , distance by Tivion county and ,ledge them our OUo ' , A. D. KIRK, City Council J. H. Williams. Mav- mile .. JThe clt cake of Ice, andfronTtne- bottom iw.' . .ffi?- of tome '' or; R T ColllnB, Clerk; E. P. ThomM. L. HEAVRIN, " 'Iliads on the Umslndusl, " a stream the layer that contains the skin. Then support in meir euoris 10 maintain as, Treasurer. Members of Council they whereby organization, J. A. LEACH, which affords a short boating stretch, he meUstEa bottom of the cake that an Room Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. sequence of rapids is left, and whgn tBj Joyer ends of may secure a just reward for the toll S. L. STEVENS, imt becomes a B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, . allflile, he "pourTon given by them to the production W.-Jtrow HJS nd. P.I the boating stretch to. thefuf protrude W. R. EDGE, Beau. p H$ Junction with the Umpenl, of which a solution, of rubber, layer by layery of this crop. We realize thut the School Trustees Dr. E. D. Pcndle-- 1 H. L. CARTERv ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecreBy making frequent Tintll the "coating ls ST tha required struggle ts an unequal one and if "VlU.U a tributary. Committee. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. S. Tinsley the twornenhope to reach thickness. The coating is flexible., We pledge thorn oUf support and J. D. Duke. .coast hear Durban In their little When the rest of the ice has melted to aecure Government aid In mainRELIGIOUS SERVICES. aavas boat, and It they succeed their the fur is practically finished. The inpublic warehouses, through M. E. Church, Soat'lr Services FOR FLtTCrTErVS joarney may lead to the river route ventor says that except for the fact taining morning and evening first and feeing Improved so as to make it a that it is proof against the attacks of which they nitty hold their tobacco tin third Sunday In each 'month. Sun-da- y practicable highway for small craft Insects, it Is exactly like the natural tit the buyers seo fit to accord them school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meet. a M fur. The skin is sold as leather. fair treatment. ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. Pour Booze Into SeWr. Life. Queen's Recipe for a Happy Eighth. During the last twelyo Savllle, pastor. Baptist ChUrch-BervIc- es Three ounces are necessary, first of Couldn't Foot Him. mornlnc months the county has been ImCarlisle, Ky. .April 23. Four hunpatience, then of repose and peace; of The organist of a country church, poverished and actual suffering has dred bottles of beer were broken and and evening ovcry second and fourth -Sunday In 'each month. Sunday school conscience a pound entire is needful; having fallen ill just before a festival been brought about among the coal liquor poured into of pastimes of all sorts, too, should at the church, asked a friend of hla miners on accouut of Slack work, th'e Police Judge James aE.sower here 9:45 a. m. Prayer ineoting every Wed by Plummcr nesday evening, itcv. English, pastor. an accomplished musician to play( be gathered as much as the hand can Clirlstliin Church Services every charged, to tho failure of tho railroad today. 'Ernest Thompson, of llenry- hold; of pleasant memory and of hope in bis stead. fourth Sunday at IX a. m. and 7. p. three good drachms there must he at The friend consented, and, on the to furnish sufficient cars. In order vllle, this county, vvgb recently ar- m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. least But they should moistened bo festival day, chose the "Hallelujah that this evil may bo remedied we rested 'at 'about midnight bringing B. WrlKht pastor. with a liquor made from True Pleas- Chorus," playing full chords where the pledge our candidate for nfember of tho liquor hero from 'Paris in a Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day ures which rejoice the heart Then regular organist played only slnglo tho House of Representatives to sup- spring wagon, and tho. "liquor was, school every Sunday at 9:40 of love's magic drops a few but use notes. The former, of course, re- port a measuro enlarging 'the powcr3 seized by tho officer's. When'hoNvas a. m. them sparingly, for they may bring quired far more wind. SECRET SOCIETIES. of Hartford Lodgo No. G75, F. and A. a flame which naught but tears can Presently, In the middle of the piece, and tho State It Ratlroatl of Commission tried, Thompson agreed that the making tho dut.. said Commight confiscate th'o liquor, M. meeta ovcry first Monday night drown. Grind tho whole and mix the wind gave out The organist In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. therewith of merriment an ounce to waited a few moments; then, finding mission to 'require 'r. I r.i roads to v.iil eh was dohb. M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. 4ven. Yet all this may not bring it did not come on again, he went furnish a sufficient lumlcr i cars, Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. 13. S. ttappiness except in your orisons you round to the blower and found him. without discrimination, to iiau .o t.o' meets every second and fourth Mon21ft your voices to him who holds the Just going home. output of coal pruiiip.l tint t.ic day evenings. Miss Willyo Smith, W. 'A BOOKKEEPING gift of health. Margaret, Queen of "Go on blowing," said the organist miners may havo steady woik, anu M.; Miss Elizabeth Miller. Secretary. 'V C(i8lm8s,Pboitogrsphy "Blowing!" said tho blower. "Why, we also pledge our suppoit to- - r. Navarre. Rough River Lodgo No. X10 Knights .? 'nVPFTPRITIMrt,-- J Do you think I've you're finished! Tuesday other wlso measure, halng for in-TELEGRAPHY oi i'ytnias meets every C. C; J. evenModern Youth. F. been throwing all these years and object relief Noy COLLEBE rriTSMlfrl lUUNFXfi rTCJ.. ing. W. K. ofAnderson,' from this intolerable sitFoster, ...... f.Mw.fi.rf .Tl h "Well, Tommy, what do you want don't know how many puffs the R. & S. f... law-yeItf Pr aidant h&a VAara of asBArl.ni. In m...ntlla uation. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. to be when you grow up? A Chorus takes? You can't get and bntlneai, Ninth. We condemn tho present ;rpuBbanklaz n1 wonan alto Xtrtara HnratlaK I0.UD meets ovory first and third Thursday for W""- SWEnter now. Qrn over mo." Weekly Telegraph, UtnHWII.BCB M. MXITK,LMlatm,Hr. nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; "Naw." Domocrattc administration of KenL. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. "Ob, I know. You want to bo a tucky for its extravagance through Unearth War Cache Bullets. Acmo Lodgo No. 339 I. O. O. F. policeman, or an engineer." Va., exca-vatln-g Increase of salaries, creation of count- Plumbers at Winchester, moots ovcry second and fourtl. Fri"Naw, I don't I wanna be a brick-3ayerday nights In each mo-t- h. near an alley In the rear of a lose, needless offices, and cnormouB C. .1. Harnett, Noble Grand; W. R. HcJrlck, Main street establishment unearthe appropriations which have resulted Why, that's bard bricklayer? Secretary. "A 6, uuo Duueta, ounoa in a neap several in tho largest State debt ' in many work." Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. below the surface, presumably by reBut there's so feet meets ever" u cond anu fourth Sat"So'a everything. Union soldiers when Stonewall Jack- years, and which is suro to urday ulgl is in each month. Lc3lle ouny days a bricklayer don't hatter son was forcing a retreat during the quire an Increase In taxation through Ben Mt, L iiniil Commander; W. C. work on account o the weather an' Civil war. The bullets are of tbe We condomn it for its form. sonio Wa Iac3, 1 1 rK. (there's so much rotten weather." small mlnlne ball mold, used In old passage of tho Confedcrato pension tans tine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M. Our young generation is becoming Springfield rifles, and the ' cache meets e.cry first and third. Fjlda bill and Ita refusal to pay these CTAlcal and socialistic, in other words. weighs over 200 pounds. nl Uts In each month. Mrs. Attye --Cleveland Plain Dealer. men, many of whoso claims havo GrUtin, Lady Commander; Mrs. ula been provbn fbr' months, ''under' the Pendl6ton, Lady Record Keo.icr. Had Train to HimMlY. One Cent Savea a Life. Keystone Chapter No. 1X0, R. A. H. 8. Rolliford, a Chicago 'grain; pretext that' tho bllf Is unconstitution wagon to pick up u Getting out of a M meets qvery third Saturday night broker, had a lonesome rideyacron al, although having appointed offiIn each month. John T. Mooro High cast that glistened in 0 ve4 the lifo of Charles the road tbe continent from the Paciflo coast cials 'under thowact,v,who'dro drawSmvmm Ivlns In Priest: W. S. Tinsley. Secretary, oaly' paajsehi ing wtholr. salaries. Wo condomn it AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. iJaaaeaburg, N. J. He waa driving this week. He was the Nothing Is more Important in ger on Banta, Fa train No. f, the tie for Its failure' to place tho Penal InNational Officers President. Ira M. through Davison's woods, wheaB his tba horns' toaa clear, steady .Ub'nt. insure . this, by geuins J. Chryst, Hadson, Wis.; V. Presi farther, Richard, waa felling- - thn-- i Luxe, on its last weekly trtp'troa Loa stitutions' of tho"Stato under a nonoil to at burns clear and tho dent, S. l). Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; JMr. Richard, swinging his ax against Angeles. No other passengaratarteol partisan1 'commission; refusal to pass clesa vrltuout a fllckec down to Secretary & Treas., H. G. Tank, Wau-sawith tbe ?ansyiva&i the Jat,f,drop. tree, did not hear tho approach; up along train and none waa' 'picked a workman's compensation, act; a Mf , Wis. crude oil refined to perfection. the road. Mr. RoUltord, havwagon. Just after Charles had Coats no more than the Una-wacState Officers President, J. II. t tq corrupt, practice act;, and for ldworlng got the coin tho tree felt ing the train to hlwelf. kind lavea UOUKX kHx'.td to Princeton, Ky.i Vlrn Presitho'Whoo'l per capita. We .also, conaarcf TvOKKaatM eyes. pt trvck tbe vehicle and killed en tha time It arrived laBataklMa. dent, J. H. Burney, MultV.ib ? Co.; Tour .lei er haa BOUTJQ ott demn' the unanimous tendoncy of, tbe ' Secretary &. Treas., S. B. Robertson, tn lmr ! direct firota sue 0i Uui horse. QtieertMH of It. officials, from Uovernor down. .State works. Calhoun. Ky."; Organiser, .T. II. ! ,The.Wr.Ukaftwhia'"fthirr' to play , politics, by looking ahead, Hartford, Ky. " His Mlsferiuat, I ac-swiwc- t. "OtuMet" ! Members State Executive Board-B- en fpraorai qber job, instead of lookTt oaght aot to be hard to WUct "Why strange? Watson, Webster county; J. w. ing, aft Arable' vital Interests ,of the. natrr" '. I jI Dunn. Daviess county m Henry Pirtle. "A father like that baby got sel- people erx sV,Warra IL "Why qtate, wnprn juiey are the, Ohio couatyT. E;,I. Jtay, Hardin coun!! dom leaves anything atter,BfaBii,fcr ' I tbe caiabraiUal fM ft nan haa it fc Ja "Beeauee wh ty; O. O. Davenport, Warren county. '0 anybody to tmk." Jt.il-- zrz.1 nrM jittts NL eaMly potted." ur candidate for member. B. Tlch- Ohio county ojticers Psjcullar Instructions Left by Englishman Concerning His Place of Interment. ,....,......, ... Kitura .v Directory Counts Olxio enor, President; Henry Plrtlo, 8ce rotary; S. B. Bennett, Treasurer. , COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford if. L -- .... L L. B. Tlchcnor, Hartford, It. F D. No. o. 2. 13. C. linrtford, Roynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. I. I). L. Alfonl, Whlto Run, Ky. ... Rlchnrd Plummcr, Tnvlor Mines,. ! Kentucky. 1 aBirjsBsr.Dfaiaa a i d Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. practice his profession in this and adjoining counties. Commercial' and Crimln.il Practice a Specialty. Will y, at-wi- th n..j inn.. Barnes & i wcei, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith & t- Mfare. W. II. Bavw and C. E. Smith announoo tfuut Uwy luvo fornv-ixirtinrah'ji for tho gmornl lc-tic- e of law, erciipt cnimlnal mid dlvor castu, Mr. 6nvlth bolng County Attor-ac- y is prvivvntod from pracblclng such, ccaeus. Mr. Bornos will Individually In. Oftlotu accent euch pr.tctloa Hartford RepubUcam building, Hartford, K- -, ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRKK Attorney at Law KY. HEAVRIN WITH M. L. HARTFORD, This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practlco in all tho courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Heavrln's Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten-tioh- Ohio County ; PfiNSlON AFFIDAVITS s SPECIALTY. f. ! AM PREPARED y ea l To do any kind oi Vtterina-rwork, rlbrfcfefe, mules and cows n'eteti hot die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. RILEY Veterinary Surgeon Ky. V Hartford, jrtes lit nec-essar- .E tJhildra Qy .1 CA6TORI A cry Electric Bitters FOR K.DNEY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE 8ucceed when everything- - slse fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. it is the best medicine ever soli over a druggist's counter. 1 K 'v H 'Hal-leuja- . rr - Prize CaTtectloa la,l!KinatlT..hMa, ! ""nitmiiiu-a IUIM flnaat Taaala. 1 aplandld OaUa, bMI all. I Ul M aHatariC TrtUf la TU. Write tamyt. Mention thlt Paper. MAAAAMMMMUWWWVSVW SEND 10 CENTS to wnmin 4 vuktog m4 iw.f UU TJVU miwiw w ssism NtiMii, Hftustr wtlA my itlg r 1 tUitt SPECIAL OFFER: AtrMwUn mik vo our Mnauent customer. Bala-U Bucoars seest succeed Xw.Bulam. SEEDS' i j ." a mum iiT!5 mat was wsiawisi srjsi mm tswisjw Mmm sjn Pas. ruM , ruwisw MC. CfLW tmmOIHhmt ys ave Mosey and Keep ia Style by Reading McCalTa Magazine and Using McCall Pattern " Ladies 1 KP0U.LS MCA2K! -- mmmmr MCll'iMiitilwtlll uoip you or u siyl hhf ut a liiwlcrala cipcnso ty kooplm Mm (a .hi nr.t in c.olbei una Lou. to New Fashion Ocslcn lu rtcU bsiio, Abo you posted on th u, laf -- at'-taaa- TalunbU liifortuoiloa on nil homo. anU txr-vou- al Only rnsiiurs. toe a Includins, a freo imiuui. 8ub- - ytr Dal-mai- n, I for free urn nla rftrw wv rtturu win tnsblsyou to own home, wlirtrjirrown btiidi roike In rour I ' i m bi floe! rourult and colld--!rfce-np- whku In style and nc no hlcht'tMktat mbu Send fbr fr PstiAa CauiJJ uiJT ' I of ..iiJiitjt erlMiootaraopfsswrflUnds. SsjfdforSS.1 and Cash Prlie Offor. u tdmlmmmhtmt.mtmi", u V Presidents Who Were Writers. "iliW.! Rules Governing Pony Contest. 1. Any boy or girl not over tho age of 1C years, living In Ohio county, may enter tho contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, 1913, and Bhall close on Saturday Juno 28, 1913, A coupon good for 10 votes will bo printed In Tho Hartford Republican for tho first-fouweeks of tho contest. Theso coupons when properly filled out may bo voted by anyone for any contestant. To bo complete they must the border. To bo counted they must le brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or beforo tho date shown on each r CASTORIA f"PTVBBBB For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have ca sssssasaa ih.-jj.jj.jiiii 1 1 ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT AVC8C ante Prrnimilnn r I- - Always Bought Bears the Signature of Promotes nigeslionJChecrfu!-ncs- W s and IbstjConlains netoer ypiura.pior)mnc norjliiicrai. Not Narcotic. JhAttcMf PankifSmr. Htm irt it- - JtoyttroUDrSMLmmmi uimtStnl f TV In hmtomnf&mr. Apcrfcct Remedy forConsltya-lio. Sour Storaach.Dlanta Worms .Convulsioiis.FcvrrisIi-ncs- s Use For Over aivlLoss or Sleep. Facsimile Signatureof NEW YORK. Thirty Years r.MiaBjLtaajBas1 . Guaranteed underihel CASTORIA TMf Exact Copy of Wrapper, elNTtUM 0PT, NCW TOR CITTf. The writings of tho president of tho United States have been collected by tho Industry of historians Into Imposing sets of volumes that fill many feet of shelving In our largo No "flvo foot shelf" of libraries. culture could ncconiodato more than a small fraction of these books. Most of their contents, to bo sure, observes tho Dial, aro Innocent of tho. tinctures of letters, and wo know how Charles Lamb would have classified them Tho "works" of Madison and of Polk and of Iluchanan and of may not even remotely bo associated with literature, and arc valuable only for their biographers and the historians of their periods. Iiut in tho Sahara of tho mass of prcs Idcntlal writings there aro scattered oases for the readers refreshment. In tho recorded words of Washington and Jefferson there Is something more near material for history. There aro passages which strike the human note, and have the validity of literature becauso they transcend tho conditions under which they wero produced. The writings of Lincoln contains purplo patches of wisdom, adorned with style for which nothlrig less than the inspiration of genius can account. Tho epic of tho civl.1 war, as unfolded In Grant's memories, was awarded very high praise for its purely literary value by no less a critic than Matthew Arnold. The volunio of Mr. Roosevelt's writings is so great aa to give their author a recognized place in American literature and win for him a .place In the Academy of Arts and Letters. President Wilson, the Dial concludes, Is a man of lottcrs in a mora absolute sense than any of his predecessors. Masonic Home Journal, ey will bo furnished jylth receipts to bo given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many sample copies of Tho Republican as desired. 4, Special voting coupons will bo Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can bo voted at any time during the contest. Tho number of votes indicated will in no manner be changed during the progress of the contest. SCHEDULE OF VOTES SCRIPTIONS. Ono year $1.00.... 200 votes Two years 2.00.... COO votes Three years ...... 3.00.... 1,000 votes Four years 4.00.... 1,400 votes Five years 5.00.... 2,000 votes C. No employe of Tho Hartford Republican, nor member of their immediate family, may enter the contest, 6. Votes can not bo bought, and once issued to, or cast for, any contestant, may not be transferred to another. All subscriptions secured by contestants, together with the money for same, are the property of The Hartford Republican and must be turned Into this office. Subscriptions taken in the name of one contestant may not be transferred to another In any manner, but must be turned In to this office and counted for tho one In whose name they were secured. Any contestant dropping Out of the contest will lose the votes cast for them. 7. Contestants; or their friends, need not tell anybody anything about their votes; If they do, they must tellthe truth or they will be ruled out of the contest. 8. No subscription may be taken for more than five years in advance, but in addition an old subscriber may pay all arrears owing and votes will be issued accordingly, thus, say for a total of seven years: 2 years arrears 500 votes, 5 years In advance 2,000 votes, total 2,500 votes. 9. Voting coupons and subscriptions must be sent direct to the Contest Editor. Money sent by mail must be registered, money order or check, otherwise The Hartford Republican will not be held responsible for It In any way. 10. Votes can be secured only by the means set forth in these rules. 11. No contestant will receive any aid from The Hartford Republclan about any contestant's vote. No count of the votes will be made at any time, until the final count, when the winners will be announced. The ballot box will be In plain v';W In this office. The box will be securely locked and the key deposited at the Bank of Hartford until time for final count. 13. The contestant, boy or girl, who receives the highest number ot votes will receive a first class, gentle and well broken Shetland Pony together with a full set of harness and a pony buggy and will be given to the winner after count is made. The contestant, boy or girl who receives the second highest vote will receive 'a $30. bleycle; If boy is winner, a boy's bicycle and it girl is winner, a girl's bicycle. The contestant, boy or girl, who receives the third highest vote will receive a $15 gold watch. 14. Three competent and Impartial judges will be selected to count tho votes 'pn hour the contest closes. by entering 15. All contestants, this contest, bind themselves to accept and abide by tho foregoing rules. 1C. The publishers of Tho Hartford Republican shall at all times be willing and glad to furnish any information in regard to the contest. 17. The hour of closing the contest will be announced by publication in the issue ot tho weolc preceding tho close. Coupon. 3. Contestants way increase tho red blood corpuscles. This medicine he) called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, B7 asiimi lating the food eaten tho SYStcn is nourished and the blocJ takes on a rich red color. Nervousness is only " the cry of the starved nerves for food," and when the nerves era fed on rich red blood the person looses those irritable s, sleeps well at night and is refreshed in the morning, "I was attacked with a sevens nervous disease, which was caused fcjr n disordered stomach and l.vcr." writes Mn. Jas. D. Lively, of Wash' burn. Tcnn., Route 2. Hex S3. "All my friends thought I would die and tho best physicians cavo no up. I was cdvlscd to try Dr. rierca'a Golden Medical Discovery, and derived much benefit .'rom same. laV case had run f o lonjr. It had become so chronic that nothinir would e(Te n permanent cur?, but Dr. 1'lerco's medicine hno done much fcrmeand I hlffhly recommend It. I heartily ad Ise Its uso ns n iprinsr tonic, and further ndvlso alllne people to tako Dr. Pierce's medicines before their J. D. Lively, E3q. diseases ha. o ran so lors that thero Is no chanco to be curv-Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser. 31 stamps, to pay for wrapping and mailing only. feef-ing- disordered, Dr. R. V. Pierce found years aio that a glyceric extract of golden seat and Oregon grape roots, queen's root and bloodroot with black chcrrybark, would helf the assimilation of the food in the stomach, correct liver ills and in Nature's Owb a e of Worn an ii not quite so rich, for scientists have proven that the normal man has five mil lion tho woman only four and n half million to a cubic millimetre ol blood. A decrease in number of -- ed blood corpuscles and n person " looks pale fret, is anaemic, the blood docs not get the right food and probably the stomach H Why Women times orrNotpossession blood cells. Are In the RICH. Man is milliuna! many "far W7 J. JAMES & CO., First Class LiverymeH Centertown, , FOR SUB- Kentucky. , Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES, '.'. The Republican and Louisville Herald $1.35 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.50 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.75 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 3.60 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald The jaepublican na JJaiiy uwensDoro inquirer 3.50 k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.60 al Globe-Democrat ro POSITIONS GUARANTEED- saw position If GUARANTEE .need many WE will ua real Boon. We the a get more enormous demand once to supply at we Aa soon you you as the required for our graduates. number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. i vls ISO 7M'0?t j. j. i -- a bo. vr. ncnwARTZ 35J BUSINESS COLLEGE SMOoaroaaTKD KtTAIItnntD LODTSVII,r,E. KY. Tearing his shirt from his baclc Ohio man flagged a train and saved it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C once prevented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was In a terrible plight when I began to use them," ho writes, "my stomach, bead, back and kdlneys were all badly affected and my liver was in bad condition, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new .man." A trial will convince you of their matchless merit for any Btom-ac- h, liver or kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at all drugiats. Flnged Train With Shirt. an Twice-a-Wee- Things to Forget. Backbee's "Full of Life" Northern Croats Pedigreed Seeds have a reputation ol jSyeirioi nccessful seed trowing behind them. It pa) t asani ine oesi. Seasonable Specialties: SEEDS BEANS Red Valentine . . . Uxtra Early New Slrlngless Green Pod . VYarduell's Imp. Kidney Wax Davis New White Wax . . Curric's Rust Troof Wax . Kefujr.ee Earliest . . . $J5 Bushel New Early Grarius 5s S Bushel llorsfortl's Market Garden . i$.y Bushel Buekbee's Lightning Express. 13.00 Bushel Lattuca, Radii. Tomato and a full line ot Seeds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest trowing prices. Send for complete catalogue or submit a list Of your requirements ana win quote pnra. Buy direct from the rtower Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early Alaska laWSactteeSI., (KkfirdStrartrau. PBAS 53 jo Bushel jj.JJ bushel Jj.70 Bushel Bushel $4.75 Bushel J4.50 Bushel l.0 .... H. W. BUCKBEE Rtkforas iSR8-L If you see a tall fellow ahead of a crowd, A leader of men, marching fearless 60 YEARS' L and proud.. .. EXPERIENCE . And you know of a tale whose mere telling aloud Would cause his proud head to In, angulshe Le bowed. It's aprcttygood plan to forget it Trade Marks If you know of a skeleton hidden designs away in a closet, and guarded, COFVRIQHTS AC Anvnna sending a rselfh and description ma; and kept from tho day . quickly ascertain our opinion frea whether ail Invention Is probably patentable. Cnmmanleiw In the dark; and whose showing, and tiorustrlctlrronOdeiitlal. HANDBOOK on Patcuta patent. ' snt frea. Oldest aiiency for socurmi;Co. rtcelT sudden display Patenu taken tnrouah Slunu & tltctiX notict, without chareo, intho Would cause grief and sorrow and g dismay, Scientific Lt's a pretty good plan to forget It. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Ijireest e eolation of any edentlOo Journal. Terms, tl a If you know of a thing that will Bold by all newsdealers. hUNNCoB-NewYor- l( darken tho joy Of a man, or a woman, a girl or a Brai.ro 0ce, 6t T Bt, VTaaologtoo. p. c ' boy, That will wipe out a smtle.or the least, way annoy A fellow, or cause anygladness to cloy, It's a pretty good plan to forget it. and TRADC.MARKS PrempOy obtaUMd la Exchange. countries, or no fee. We oktala , ijfljMM Jlmtim. --- . Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads life-lon- t Noteheads Envelopes 'Statements . Cards And w all FATCr1TS THAT PAadrenlMthemtloniti(lu,atoar espuse, andlulp you to aueoeas, Send nodel. photo or sketch f or f R g, E report on pateatablUty. M years' praetlee. SURPASSING REFErtENCES. for free Quid Book on Prontable write to OS-t- other printed forms are given SSeCALL PATrtlNl Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 vears. Sold In nearly every city and town In the United States and Canada, or by mall direct. More sold than any iner mase. ocna tor iree cataiague. McCALVS MAGAZINE Mora subscribers than any other fashion T a Hinatlaa aMisiawsaea mnfilk Invalturtla inw HHaamv mill! dressmaking, millinery, k est styles, patterns, plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdresslng, etiquette, cooa siorici, etc. vniv uu cent, a year (worth double), including a nee pattern. bubscriTe today, or send for sample copy. feVONDEatFUI. INDUCEMENTS I tn AirAfv TVi.t.l hrtnva nremlura eatalomie I and new cash prise offers. Address CI! McCaU CO. JM U Hi $71 St. NEW tola WASHINOTON, D. O. Sovatnth tStrateat, Lame back is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles of the back, for which you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. Foi sale by all dealers. -.- Special Attenton X . Burned With Own Oil. Youngstown, 0., April 29. James Tuttle, aged 27, employed as a farmhand on the Perkins farm near Kins- i In The Republican Job Department. : BULBS'!' KILB3 SUCCEED. r wr man, sought to save distance by crossing the fields on his return from the vlllago last' evening with a can of oil. !. 'tomer.will make trial aotl OFFER' rSPECIALHew BaatneO. A1 "ss.d. ta balld you a permanent ous. , st IMlll.1,1 BatUf money ref uaded. ,. -- lfJui.iVi,.o.SI;rk. Tll.rm iw I An!, DEFENDED. OCURCOA iHDexport .uaiv.ii aud free "port, i... i. minn urwiotu. r to obUla patent, trade - aiia, are. wiwi www oopxrlctu, etc, N ALL COUNTniua. Rualnttt Jlrrct vUk Washington tavtt llmr, I VI juu. ifHi"" IHIvreresViiiiei.ei "R- -J .tr1Rmk. LutlFul suiiai UnM UtaarUtk. - hi hi run U M..y Fsstlvt mv---m 1 Unv 1 - Writs TOPLKAaK """iir aiiiM TKEB Mtatloa thli Paptr to-d- Uliu ujmiuu. . Si.TiK.'r,- r.: . U alias ??,TfT.T'a-.,k nantfaniojltntkifaitnt. lwJrSuuaru.u. .0, u, n W. wiaaaaawasawaw ftairir 3M CKISTi alsajtk IhU . laala.a. fSMltS falsABa J I Patent md Infriseameit Prtctlci Exclusivity. Write or come to us at Tia Hiatt Street, sua VatM States Meat OSes, ,"JiiriirRin;f,i'ito.i fuH. taklwsskatlfBjstufui, II.- - UWaUOKHSBT, NCUtS sosKroao, xu. .. . I WMwnaiuni u. m rawa vrgjt Wffnoff ..- - v ifc Cavers' 2W9'' fu. rJg9Z?&-..j- .j femcssjfamfitsftvrMa ?"&? . iir "AiZZZZZ' v 7ccrriv 4iA 'POSITIONS' CNUSiAity- w When on tho edge of tho woods ho was set upon by two unknown men, according to Tuttle's story, tho oil poured over his clothing and set afire. Robbery was not tho motive for the crime, as nothing was taken from him. Tho man is In Warren Hospital with tcrrblo burtis all over his body, and. Is in a critical condition. Thero never was a time when peo-pl- o appreciate tho real merits of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This Is shown by the Increase in sales and voluntary testimonials from persons who have been cured by It. If you or your children aro troubled with a oeugh or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with its good qualities. For sale by all dealers. Be Happy ! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. , -- Children Ory FLETCHER'S C A STOR A FOR I Cardui WoTonic Mrs. Mary Ncely, of Denver, Tena, says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer wkh, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. 'As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try k, today. ut Administrator's Notice. All persons having claims against mBoad . - A Great Building Falls 'rAVl?' 'JBowfag 'Gneetr,Jfy &WftrV0g2 when Its foundation la undermined, and It 'ho' foundation of hoatlh good digestion Is attacked, quick collapse follows. On the first signs of 'Indigestion, Dr, Klnfi'a New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach andbow-ei- s. and regulate llver,-kdneeasy, safe and only 25 Pleasant, cents at all druggists. ys the estato of Lewis Ranklus are hereby notified to present them to me, properly proven, on or before May 20, 1913 or they will be forever barred. JOHNNIE SHORT, SR., Echols ,Ky. Administrator de Lewis Rankin ifStO. ceased. aVHatfc; Ussm' AMmr Past, Oisassuss M4Ma rs. Co., ,taWWasSta-UasTrtassrthWasa"al- CMsssscss. Teas. JM it OJl&H. .MMffteSimMK HMpMIHNUNMMliU in im'it'i r i niimr,iir-rrrrw-Tl'"nf'"c- 1" Bjryinanvdwwn ASKS THREE BILLION : cement. Mx well wiyi appiy inin. sal water and , ROYAL BAKING POWDER 1 ' ' DOLLARS FOR ROADS i Ex-Sena- Bourne Submits Flans to Congress for Improv- - . ing Highways. :'l If ' f! ji HOW-T- O Washington, May ."..An expendMAKE .MISCHIEF. Keep your eyes on your neighbor, of $3,000,000,000 for good roads iture "1,000,000,000 being for construction Tako caro of thorn. Do not lot thorn for nialntcnanco-th- o stir without watching. They may do and $2,000,000,000 investment extending over a per- something wrong If you do. Td bo suro 'ou never know them to do anyiod of fifty years, was proposed NO ALUM, HO LIME PHOSPHATE in a plan submlttod to tho Joint thing bad, but It may bo on your act congressional coniinlttco on federal count that they have not. Perhaps If aid in tho construction of post roadft It had not been for your kind caro by former Senator Bourne of Oregon. they might havo disgraced llremselves laugh with tho rest. It Is good to Mr. Bourne's plan provides for fed- a long time ago. Therefore do not re- laugh. LAID AT Ho also lnx any effort to keep them whertt eral and stato "Granted that It Is a pity wo don't suggested the establishment of a na- they ought to be. Never mind your want Ibsen In our moving pictures, and tional school of that will tako care DOORS but that we do want melodrama wlti engineering, from highway trainedbridge own businessIs a man passing along of spe- Itself. There which hidden cowboys , gunmen, pirates, d ho Is looking ocr the fence bo suscialists In road building would bo nn entlrely-too-goo- d treasure, ; picious perliai ho 'contem to the varlors states. villmposslbly-ba- d hero and an plates construction of these dark Tho billion-dollSays Wipe Out Prud- lain what are we going to do about according to Senator Bourne's fund, nights; stealing, Issome knowing what plan, there no It? among thcquecr fancies he may have Into his would bo apportioned "You can't legislate a boy Into in the Home. area, popula head appetite states on the basis of reading Drowning when his If .you find any symptoms of anyvaluation and road Dick.' But you can, tlon, assessed craves 'Dead-Sho- t mileage. The states would bo re- one passing out of the path of duty, you try long enough and hard enIf everyone Wsza Placing Women On ough, educate in him an apreciatlon quired to deposit In 4the United States tell particular elso what you see, and per cent bonds bo and seo a great many. Treasury fifty-yeof) a good story in a book or In the Jill Social Service for tho amount duo them. The gov- It Is a good way to clrculato such stage, Just as you can, if you persist, ernment would then loan tho stato things, it may not benefit yourself make mothers see the criminal folly Boards. tho iar value thereof for road con- or anyone else particularly. Do keep of lying to their children concerning struction, tho government raising Its something going sllcnco Is a dread-fu- i subjects which they think are not thing; though It Is said thcro nomtak- fund by tho sale of fifty-yeMay 3. "If there 'nic?.' " TEatartna. Waah., Was sllenco In Heaven" for the space able 3 per cent bonds. By crediting each stato every year uf half an hour, do not let such a vonem .fewer prudes among fathers and Pony Contestants. with the excess of tho Interest paid thing occur on earth; It would be too would be fower .rooters, there LEWIS GRAY BROWN. Hartford. on the bond and allowing 3 per cent much for this mundane sphere. the police courts and fewer OSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford If, after all your watchful care you on the amount compounded annually JStUea women In the red light dis- - MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. a sinking fund would be established cannot sec that they havo done anyTULA C. KING, route 2, Hartford. from which the government would thing bad, throw out hints that thoy pay off the bonds at tho end of fif- are no better than they should be woman has borne three WILLIE PORD, Horse Branch. IKTkii a RUBY ty years and tho state would be re- that you should not wonder If the scssi, jpjidcd them through the maze? DAVID NEAL FAUGHT Centertown. SMITH, McHenry. a lieved of the payment of principal on people found out what they were aftcilldhood and boyhood, warned er awhile, then they may not carry rfVr .is time of the ruts and pitfalls VICTOR OLLER, Fordsvllle. Ita bonds. their heads so high. Keep it going, 3aa &cset their feet, and brought GAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. Freaks of Nature. and some one may tako tho hint and 3&esx to young manhood, whole, RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. Carlisle, Ky.. May 5. Tho freak begin and help It along after awhile atang and clean whon a woman has RUSSELL EARP, Roslne. D. WALKER, Hartford. then there will be music, and everylamb .which was born on the farm ticat .all that, she may be said to BERRY BENNETT, Hartford. rrpaTify us an expert;' in the science OSCAR of William Roberts, near here, wltli thing will work like a charm. ELLIS KING, Hartford. Follow the aboe directions and six legs, was sold to Ed Lester, of or j&fe. r Missouri, and will be shipped by Mr. you will be pretty suro to make plen Hox Is a finer, surer knowledge KARL HOOVER, Hartford. MYRTIE ASHLEY, R. 4, Hartford. Lester to his home there at once. ty, of mischief, rtXai.jrKi will find in books. TCEkui you appoint such a woman LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartferd. The llamb Is perfect In every way i" except It has tho two extra legs. :or : owe on a "board of social OLATON. The freak mule colt, owned by H. N. to adviso the city fathers In Olaton, May 6. Farmers are very Rankin and others, now two weqks BraRicrs which affect vitally the lives old and having only three legs, is ztttt souls of 100,000 people, you do a busy planting corn. Mr. Lewis Martin and family have pronounced ono of tho greatest curwiovaaue thing. ScfM n woman Is Mrs. J. Q. Mason, returned from South Dakota. iosities ever seen here. It runs and wlro aaaj s if parents were .less pru-efi- s. Mr. Ed Jamison has moved to Mr. plays about as if it had Its four legs. Jfewer would ''go Worth Haley's farm near Friedaland. children It was born with only one fore leg. Messrs. C. S. Moxley and Essie Milnephows and ler attended Sunday school at Fair- iiavo thirty-tw- o The Man Around TownJ "C2iirJ(2f-onj- B nieces," said Mrs. Mason. view Sunday. Miss Dora Faught was In this column recently in naming -guest of Misses Jo3le and Leona ' xkz& one of a family of seven, and the those who were having their resi"Will be ready for carding .E?arrfod iuto a family of seven. And Wilson Sunday night. Mr. Tom Ford of Horsa Branch was dences painted and repaired wo failziwjt J Jim a grandmother. So I know! ed to mention the residence of wool about Juno 15. Any "X Jhaw: talked at many mothers the guest of Mr. Anderson Martin Miss Susa May, on Union street and Sunday afternoon. thorn how many have uxttaxusa. one oun begin bringing or Master Ivan Raley went to Beaver the residence pf Sheriff T. H. Black, 2xtfI iheir .sons and daughters the ln Clay streot, which have been re- shipping in at anytime after jLara Saturday. rtrzax About the great mystery of life. Ai4, nh, so few have! They are Mr. J. G. Wilson went to Owens- - painted. that date. In shipping, alihat I should suggest such 'boro Sunday. Those who are fond of working out .a. thins. Tho subjects of sex they puzzles can tackle tho following: A ways pay freight. Here's A Wise Judge. Wool will jObxMX. are not 'nice' subjects. Tjlald my children the truth. They Kansas City, Mo., May 5. When a certain family consists of ono grand be carded and shipped back father, two grandmothers, one fath Kfaaalc jiuj for it now. The healthy man 77 years old writes love letters, two mothers-in-lathree as quick as fjLhUtl is ciorious. I wouldn't give a the fact does not constitute evidence possible, We furmothers, two fathers, two daughters, tsmp f my finger for a child with-.uu- of meatal incapacity. ono nish grease and card at 7c Judge Ellison laid down that ruling one son, ono daughter-in-lararJftslty. one grand daughter, and in the Kansas City Court of Appeals boy is going to Ifa curious J. F. Overton persons In the per pound. there ihe .mysteries, if not with his today. The case was one In which rainlly. are only six will help do the carding. For jeosKBti' .guidance, alone. Alone or a son sought tc break his father's ' ni&uruisfi. ho will oxplore. And, If will. In tho low! letters, the writer t Tho only people who make money further information, write or siltsot;, ho .gathers half truths of life said ho was only C3 years old. Judge Ellison held that this mis- without advertising are the employees call on a thousand times more dan ,i representation had nothing to do of Uncle Sam's mint. jSiati8 .than Jgnoranco. with the .case. . The fact that he "Jjl 3s .a mistaken goodness to keep ;Our Jtnath Jiom the children. It Is un-.t- wa3 able t'o. deceive, the judgo said. JJA. writer has said that no newspaper which took the truth for itsj JU the children. It sends them argued ho was in possession of all standard would make a pecuniary the A'orld handicapped by igno- - his faculties. iai success. Th6 press might return the cmxj. or ihings which thye have a. On M. H. & E. R. R. Near compliment by remarking that no Friedmann Deal Completed. ju Jinow." arfei. Fordsvlll. New York, Dr. Fried- - minister who told tho truth about Bits. Mxaan was asked by what got a check his congregation, alive or dead, would toKthsui .nf approach. In her opinion, rich F. Friedmann occupy tho pulpit much longer than 'icii2d .the general social tono of a for $50,000. It completed tho $125,000 on Sunday afterward. Tho press and payment which gains for a drug firm :uijr bo . tho right to sell tho Berlin physician's clregy go hand in hand with the "Mot by legislation," she replied. -whitewash brush, rosy spectacles, "YJaa make pooplo good with tuberculosis antitoxin in America. Tho contract provides for further magnifying llttlo virtues and kindly it?tulftH and ordinances. Education is payment to Dr. Friedmann of an throwing little deformities into ob- ptbrsitMcst, hut surest, way. And edu oeatfwn must begin with thorn others. amount variously estimated at from llvlon. The pulpit, tho pen and the II gravestone are partners in be taught that it is wicked $1,000,000 to $1,800,000. ' An Institute will bo opened In fne.il as foolish to bo prudish. .a West Seventy-Becon- d street very soon. 'We must arm tho child with know What do you think of tho man who rtuJsE. Wo muat then give him every Later others will bo established in We represent the will, at tho table, tell the Lord p largo cities throughout tho country. jieuonablo opportunity for clean play. is thankful for tho things beforo Dr. M. A. Strum, who is to bo the Y"e twiut more playgrounds. Wo want Security Life Insurance head tho tho Now York Friedmann hlni, but as soon as' ho says "Amen" ?aias5eJial danco halls. will begin storming about tho cook"Wo liave tho censorship of tho institute, said tho upper floors of tho ing? of Chicago Now York Institute .will be fitted atwiss picture- - shows. Some people as laboratories one of the best comand an operating wmU Jwvo us condemn tlireo-fourtNow, that Ohio county has an oil u ilia films, not because they are room. panies doing business "Not a particle of tho antitoxin field why would It not bo a good jDMunily bad, but because they are Greatest per- "will be sold or given to physicians Idea to secure oil from our local oil Ttal intellectually good. centago of assets to field to oil our streets with In Hart- -J "1 do not think wo huvo a right ouisioo or uils Institute, or thoae the liabilities of any ford? condemn molodnuna because it to be established In various places company. i through tho country," said Dr. Strum. cfooaa'L come up to our esthetic Now is a good t(mo to take a "Tho fee will be $500 down. For per We Haye An Interesting X sons making about $25 a week tho feo glanco over your backyard and "Othisra would havo us condemn tho some plan to ostraciso tho tlu will bo fixed within their means. An frlvo-IubbProposition. toadC films as fllpiant and cans and rubbish which havo accuWell, soma of us tuko life too investigation will bo made by the In- mulated since the last installment Let us explain it to atrfeuuly. The humor of the films stltutlon to find out Just the finan was removed. tatus of you. Call or write juaj lie broad, but 1, for one, will cial ba ,nado applicants, and charges W,U accordingly. If any one when tho uaa&ua unblushlngly,-tbat- j The whitewash season is on and a re arx3tu( busband is chasod by au Irate caa " afford to pay ho will not be ceipt to make whitewash that will mother-in-larlu'reu 10 pay. tho butcher, a hot crumble off may be used by W.R.IIEDRICK. - Hartford. tUus .TOliceman, tho' nursemaid, the someone who reads' this. It is the Vfetisun&nd all tho rest, up hill and formula uaed by Uncle Sam at the A. S. TANNER, - Owensbro. FOR FLETCHER'S ikm dale, through rivers, over government works. Ten parts J various I well, I and sd. on, freoh alacjiea Hmq and ono hydraulic 1 i Absolutely Pure How often. do wo hetor neonln sav: "Whoro In ho world do all of tho flics como from?" It Is slmplo cnbugh. Tho toper makes tho bluobottlo fly, tho stern father makes tho gad fly, tho cyclone .makes tho houso fly, tho blacksmith makes tho Mro fly, tho driver makes tho horso fly, tho grocr , cr makes tho sand fly, and tho board er makes tho butter fly. 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XjiXFJES 5cS5 , MW mw?za vvsl-co-- NEW CLOTHING IS UP WITH THE SEASON AND THETJMES "WEVANT TO BE THE FIRST To SPRING ALL7HF-NE- W THINGS to-d- rn't 'v.nust saint-makin- g. INSURANCE your clothed from 5tore that keepjwide-awak- e model-and patterns. tye were awake when we bought our line of clothing and GOT THE LOWEST wake up, if you have s never bought pojible Vricej. we f CAN, THEREFORE, GIVE YoU'LoW PRICED ON OUR SJTS, AND WE WILL. WE DO NOT WANT YOUR TRADE ON CLOTHUP-GRA- DE ING oR-- ANY LINE JUJT ONCE, to-da- y. WANT ALL OF YOUR TIME, AND IF YOU DEAL WITH MAKE IT PAY YoU To Do Jo. BUT WE ALL, OF THE t JS WE WILL. ' do-frl- se bl CARSON 6c CO. . !. -- INCORPORATED, Children Cry CASTORI A i t I Hartford, Kentucky. frill H.IJ.7JAV rh ' u- ?nfry T WJJgrfjysf t ' ' ,JPW ir.f MWW)W