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Jtecognize Changes Are Necessary And Welcome ReorDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 44 MISSES HAHTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FAIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. then aroso as to whether tho Commltteo would Issue a call, and we ELECTION LAW felt that tho Committee would yield to tho sentiment of Republicans genIS CONSTRUED erally. "We agreed that .Southern representation In tho convention should bo cut down according to the strength of tho party In each Southern StateJ AtlOmey General KeVieWS Wo did not tako up tho details as to Mooted Points. how this should bo done, but left that to bo worked out later. primaries were not "Presidential considered, but I think we are all Holds That Name Written On agroed as being in favor of thorn." CHALLENGE FOR A JOINT DEBATE ... Is Issued By A. 0. Stanley to J. C. W. Beckham. Congressman Believes In Pitching Everyman's Candidacy,on ! wealth's Attorney Mercer law library. Both the Cumberland and Home NARROWLY Telephone Exchanges were burned, out. All of the nbove places were destroyed, but all are partly protected by insurance. In addition to these there were the grocery-stor- e of Has-we- ll Luckily Escapes Contact and the residences on Louisville strcc. Tho cause of the fire With Any Sharp Section. is not known as the proprietor of tho shop in which tho flames started says there was no fire left in his store last night. Boat Going Dead Slow At Tint FATEJOTANIC I Ballot Invalidates John X. Taylor Our former ganization. Has Politics. esteemed Entered townsman, The Vote. High Plane. t Washington, D. C, May 10. RepFrankfort, Ky., May 3. In answer Chicago, May 11. A concrete pro- 'politics In Muhlenburg County, hav- io numerous Inquiries, Attorney Gen- resentative A. O. Stanley tonight posal for the rehabilitation of the ing announced himself a candidate eral Garnott has prepared an opinion sent the following letter to former Republican party Is to be presented for county court clerk. Mr. Taylor construing certain sections of the Governor J. C. W. Beckham: tomorrow to the conference of "bear Sir: 1 am advised that you was for Borne years a citizen of Earl-Ingt- primary election Law passed by the Senators and leaders hrpp and while here conducted last General Assembly and known as are a candidate for the senate. I by a committee of five appointed toPrimary law. The will speak In behalf of my candidacy a good business In drugs and tho night after the "conferences had medicines, holding meanwhile the opinion was prepared by Charles H. for that office. In Glasgow, on Monfully the situation. confidence and esteem of all who Morris, first assistant, and will be day,! May 19, at 1:30 p. m. and take Tomorrow's conference Is to knew him. He was active, too, In mailed to various county clerks over this ' occasion to respectfully render about the report which the Republican politics during his resi- the State who have requested infor- you 'a division of time. cdmnilttec drafted tonight and which dence in Hopkins County and, of mation regarding the law. The opin"Ij heartily approve of tho resoluIs to express the consensus of tho Re- course In Hopkinswithout hopo of ion follows: tion adopted by the Democratic press publican leaders who are attending fee or reward. Mr. Taylor Is a man In fhe first place, you ask us to of Kentucky recently assembled at Tho commltteo Is of sterling worth and a high order Interpret the clause which requires Louisville .defining their attitude tothe meeting. .composed of Robert Luce, of of Intogrity, oncrgo" and wholly a voter to ask for either a Democrat- ward candidates In their own party, Borah, competent. If he wins there are many ic or Republican ballot. Second, does declaring that faithful and efficient Senator Massachusetts; Idaho; State Senator Frank James, friends ln'Hopklns who will do pleas- this clause do away entirely with In- service in the past is the best eviMichigan; United States Senator W. ed, and ho deserves to win. Earllng-to- n dependent voting? Third, is It pos dence, and earnest to their future S. Kenyon, Iowa, and Stato Senator Bee. sible fo a Domocatlc voter to write. condition in office, and that the real James Trautman, Kansas. the name of a Republican who is standard by which they should be Proposals to reorganize wcro disseeking nomination for office, In the measured, and the real issue between cussed at a conference hero today THE SCIENCE blank space usually reserved on the th'ern relative In their fitness for the botwecn six Republican United States Democratic ballot, and have such vote positions they seek. other ReSenators and thirty-tw- o OF AVIATION counted as a vote for that name as "By pitching every man's candipublican leaders, representing nlno a Democratic nominee, or will it bo dacy upon this high plane lrrevelant States. Tho Immediate subject before " Issues are excluded and personalities counted as a Republican vote? , the conference was as to what notion Has Made Greatest Progress First, the plmary election law is and party dlssentlonB are prevented. shall be sought at the meeting of tho designated for the sole purpose of "There Is a fitting rebuke to such Republican National Commltteo at Since Orville Wright's nominating candidates of the domi- mongrel Republican organizations as Washington on May 24, looking nant parties. By Section 3, the nom-wlt- h the Louisville Post, who unbidden ward "reorganizing tho party along First Flights. tho pencil, a cross in the square have obtruded themselves Into a progressive lines," and as to whoth-,io- r after the name of each candidate for Democratic house and unblushlngly there shall bo a Republican whom he wishes to vote for nomina- have, attempted to dictate the Issues tlonal convention this year. Washington, May 13. The remark- tion." and dominate the councils of the Tho conference lasted for more able advance made In the science of If my construction" of this section party".. than four hours and was held In a aviation slnco Orville Wright made ( is correct, that Is that the choice of "Our countrymen can then try us hotel overlooking the lake In a room the first public flights In a heavier the provided in section 17, then the by tho high standard suggested by where tho seven Governors last year than air machine at Fort iycr, Va., officers of the election would not be the Democratic editors of Kentucky drafted tho letter urging Col. Rooso- - In 190S, is the subjeet or-- statement authorized to count as a valid vote and can more accurately judge of velt to be a candidate foritho presi f compiled by the war department and for .any person, whether for one par- jour past rocords and our present el dency. Although the public was not just made Although the ly or xno oiner, a namo wriuen on flclency and capacity to serve them public. admitted, Senator Albert D. Cummins honor of inventing and utilizing the tho ballot with pencil, or with pen when afforded an opportunity to hear stated "It was merely an Informal aeroplane belongs to tho United and Ink, as far as that Is concerned. us discuss face to face our respective talk, a sort of round tablo discussion Statin, it Is disclosed that virtually You can readily see how any other claims to their support. of what may be done for the ibest In- all the adxanccs made in the. utiliza- construction of this would lead to an fn thin onmnnlcn vnlli rwvrrl nnH terests of tho party by reorganizing tion of tho air machines have been abuse of the law. and thwart tho in- -' ,ne wiU be placed n ovldence and . n it along progressive lines." -- oaccomplished by foreign air men.prln-clpall- y tAnttnn rt ....u T .Atrlalaf 1lio In htivlna. - ' niaae an issue. He wno scrupulously ..w.i.i,.. . !. by Senator L. Y. Presided over fair and full and free expression of Frenchmen. ,d8 m&s any ooniment upon .Sherman of Illinois, tho discussion In 1909, the records show, the me voters as io ineir cnoice oi nomiparticipated In by Senator Cum- greatest height attained by a heavier nees. As indicated above, it would tho conduct of an opponent not true was not fully sustained by the proof, mins, Win. E. Uorah of Idaho, C. I. than air machine was 1,450 foet. The be a very easy matter, both in the and is never embarrassed by the necessity of South Dakota, A. J. mark now stands at more than; 20,000 districts where registration is requirCnwford of uttering In the presence of an adOronna of North Dakota, Wni, S. feet, while the height of something ed, and in districts where registration versary. I shall say nothing about Kenyon of Iowa, Congressman E. A. over 10,000 feet has been attained by Is not required, upon the concerted you, that I am not more than pleased Hayes of California, Congressman J. a dirigible balloon. Tho aeroplanes, action of cither tho members of the to say to you, while at the Bame W. Coode of Iowa and many members however, havo demonstrated that they ono or the other party to write the time affording you an abundant opof State Legislatures, can rise hi her and much more rapid name of some Democrat orllepubltc-a- n portunity to expose or refute any In"Did you como to a decision ly than the balloon typo of air craft on cither the one or the other accuracy then and there. whether thero ought to be a national and for that reason their efficiency ballot, who would have no possible "You are respectfully invited to convention this year?" Senator Cum- In a military sense is regarded as chance of winning at the final elecbe present at the opening of my mins was osk'ed. much, greater. , In both speed and tions. For example, in a primary campaign for tho senate with the as"Wo did not decide on that, but duration of flight tho strides made election in Fayette County, upon an everyone seems to feel that tho con- since 1909 have been remarkable. In agreement by the( members of the surance that a fair division .of time, will be cheerfully accorded. s dition of the party seoms to nece- that year, the speed record was 48 Republican party that they should Yours truly, year. ssitate' a conyentlon this miles an hour, while the length of vote for John Smith, a Democrat, by A. O. STANLEY." Somebody asked Senator Kenyon time that a machine kept in the air writing his namo on the Republican l aether tlioro was to be an effort was 4 hours and 17 minutes. The ticket, and It so happened that John Fire At Hardinsburg. made to get a now national com- present record for speed now is 10S.9 Smith was a man of such character, (Special to Tho Republican) mittee. miles per hour, made by Vedrlnes of that he could not possibly win in the That subject did not como up, but France, whllo another Frenchman, November election there would bo a Hardinsburg, Ky., May 14. Flro most of us would havo no objection Fouruler raised the record for dura- clear defeat of the Intention of this which broko out this morning in the Masonic Temple on tho east side of lf tho present committeeman resign and that 7... replied Senator Kenyon. "What tion of flight to 13 hours and 17 min- law, hold we believeaction the courts Main .destroyed an entire block of fcd' will would not that such utes. property and spread to several other did como up was a proiosltlon to Busson still another Frenchman, re- be permissible, because It would delocations, causing a loss of $125,000, havo the next committee take oftlco cently established a record for speed feat tho purposes of tho act . only partly covered by insurance. The soon after its election bo that it with passengers. With five persons might pass upon the credentials of with him In his machine he made B4 flames Vere not under control until 'Fusion Favored. 9:30 o'clock, and tho Henderson the delegates to tho 1916 con- miles an hour In sustained flight. The Brandenburg, Ky., May 12. Fusion vention." war department records show that of Progressives and Republicans of Route was fqreed to rush aid from brought together Irvlngton, as there is no fire departTho conference, six persons have been carried to a Meade county was promised tho largest assemblage of Republican height of 2,053 feet. ment at Hardinsburg except a bucket when representatives of both parties brigade. leaders In Chicago since last years mot at the courthouse at Brandenburg convention. When Senator Kenyon Seventeen buildings were destroyed. Church At Goshen. in order to put out candidates for the noticed that the room assigned for The flames had managed to get This coming Sunday, I shall preach county offices. A Committee on Res- great the conference was also the one used headway when they were disProgressive party headquart- at Goshen In tho morning and at olutions was appointed and, In the res- covered, and efforts of the cllzons as the Hartford in tho evening. Bro. Bennett olutions adopted it was set forth ers, ho said: morn- that those at the meeting believed in to quell the blaze had little effect. "What! What! Are wo going to re- will preach at Hartford in the, flames spread rapidly, and soon the principles of the Republican par- The entire block extending from the organize tho Republican Party In the ing at regular Bervice. on the All Goshen people come out third ty, favored a protective tariff very room where the Progressive Sunday for there will be no service fanning products and taxation for Masonic Temple to Shellman's store Party was born?" was at Goshen the fourth Sunday on ac- road puposes. It was decided to se- and the new Methodist church When tho meeting adjourned for on( fire. sermon at lect candidates for the. county offices the day Senator Sherman gave out count of the Baccalaurete The flames also spread to two resi at another called meeting. what ho said, was a synopsis of the Hartford that day. dences, oa Louisville street, besides W. E. SAVILLE, PaBtor. discussion: Farms for Sale aid Oil Leases to consuming - Haswell's grocery on the "Wo considered," ho said, "whethwqst side of Main street. A. of E. Notice. Let. er the National Committee should be ' Among the chief sufferers from the All locals In' BartleU's Magisterial 4p.xlnflexable in oharaoter as It has I have several farms for sale, with flames are: Hardinsburg Bank and boon. The opinion was that the Com- District are requested to be repregas Trust Company, Klncheloo and Hatch mittee would be amenable to public sented by as many as 8 delegates at oil rights. Also have oil and keep pace with what Is Bell's Run schoolhouse, Saturday, rights for sale on many farms In and er, two drug stores; Shellman's Hardopinion and,' ware Store,, B. F. Beard & Co., dry going on, There was no definite ac- May 24, 1913, 1 p. m., tor the purpose around Beds. goods; James Gardner & Son, dry question of calling a Na- of organzlng a district union of A. tion on tho ELI WESLEY, goods; Fourth District Leader, J. W? year, Call of S. of E. tional Convention-thi- s Route 3, Hartford, Tvy. Guthrie, Leslie Walker's bakery, E. L. B. T1CHENOR. to come from the course would have 43ft McDavls, Masonic' Totnple, Common- Cumberland 'phens, County. Ch'tn'n. A. S. of E. Nation! Committee. The question 44t2 Eaton-ThompsI a John X. Taylor, has launched Into CLEAR RUN. Farmers are very busy planting corn. Tobacco plants are scarce through-p,this section. 'Mrs. Fidelia Stewart, who has been In Owensboro, under the treatment of Dr. Hoover, Is Improving. Mr. Leanord Hoover's baby has bee suffering from bronchial trouble for quite a while, but Is better now. 'Mrs. Emma Hoover and her granddaughter, Lora Hoover, visited iMrs. Martha Jackson Monday night. Mr. Jess Taylor and wife visited relatives at Buford last week. Miss Dana Fuqua spent a fow days wih Mrs. M. J. Jackson his week. Mrs. Rena Fuqua accompanied her husband. Rev. Richard Fuqua to hla appointment at Red Hill Saturday returning Sunday. The Sunday school Is progressing nicely. May 13. V Because Of Dense Fog, m SOME NEW SCRIPTURE Found In Old Manuscripts Found In Egypt 6 Years Ago. London, May 13. Some verses of tho New Eestament are Included In the manuscripts of the gospels discovered in Egypt,slx years ago and purchased by Chas. L. Freer of Detroit, Mich., according to a study made of the Freer manuscripts by tho Times. A facsimile of the manuscripts has been presented to the British museum by the University of Michigan to which Mr. Freer assigned the task of publlcalon and, according to the Times study, there have been found in the gospel of St. Mark several verses, which occur In no other known manuscript of the Now Testament, although they were known to St. Jerome who quotes part of them. In the Freer manuscript, after the passage In which it Is said that Jesus upbalded His disciples for their unbelief, tho text continues as follows: "And they excused themseh'es, saying that this age of lawlessness and unbelief is under Satan, who through the agency of unclean spirits suffers not the true power of God to be apprehended. "For because, said they unto Christ, reveal now at once Thy righteousness. '"And Christ said unto them, the limit of the years of the power of Satan Is (not) fulfilled, but it draweth near. (The. text here) and elsewhere Is corrupt). "For the sako of those that have sinned was I given up unto death, that' they may return unto tho truth and sin no more, but may inherit the spiritual and incorruptible glory of righteousness in heaven." A large number of variations in other portions of the New Testamont are also pointed out by the Times in tho Freer manuscripts. long-mlss-l- ng ..e Montreal, May 11. The fate of tho Tltantlc was narrowly escaped' by the steamer Chlltern Range in a collision with an Iceberg to the east of New toundland Banks on her voyage from Hull to this part, where she arrived today. The bow plates of the steamer, British freighter, ' were badly dented by the glancing blow she struck the berg, and only the fact that she luckily slid off the Ice mass and escaped contact with any sharp section of the underlying portion of it saved her from disaster, in Captain. Re' opinion. The berg was struck in latitude 46.39 north and longitude 44.40 west. In the track of the oceanllners, bat; some distance to the north and east of he spott where the Titanic met LTier fate. After the collision, toe steamer was surrounded by Icebergs, which, although they could not be seen because of fog, evidenced' their presence by the echoes that resounded, from their towering sides at every blast from the steamer's whistle. "We were going dead .slow because! of the dense fog," said Captain Rea tonight in describing the steamer's experiences. "Suddenly an iceberg loomed up to starboard which I estimated to be at least from 150 to 200 feet high. It towered above us. Tho vessel touched it with her staronly bad' board bow, but ly dented a couple of her plates.. The Children Range struck the berg a glancing blow. "What I was most afraid of was that an underlying spur of ,the Iceberg might rip the ship open, as was the case when the Titanic .'struck. When the ship slid away", from the" berg we went to the, eastward, Uut very slowly. We stood away till dark and lay all night .with the engine ' almost stopped. We were surrounded by Icebergs for, though we could not see, we could hear them. After, every" blast of the whistle a' sound like the .. report of a gun followed from twenty to thirty seconds later." m the-impa-- . Card from Esq. Miles. We are In receipt of the following from Esq. J. H. Miles, of- - Paradise, Ky., who is. a- candidate for the Republican nomlnaton for County Judge. The letter is explanatory, and follows: Paradise, Kjy., May 9, 1913. Editors Republican, Hartford, Ky. Dean, sirs: to-d- ay .' f. I have just returned home from Prentiss, having been called there on account of It being circulated In that community that the Cumberland Telephone Co., has or will make, a proposition to the Fiscal Court to give them the exclusive right to build telephones in Oho county, and-tha- t I was favoring it. Will you please state In your nest Issue that the Cumberland Telephone Co., has not made such a proposition to the Fiscal Court, and that I would not favor' such a proposition and that the Fiscal Court would not listen to such a proposition for a moment. I do not know how such a Get It. Are Going to report got started, and doubt if anyFarmers have been told by the one else knows, and I want to cortear off party that the Tariff does rect It. Respectfully, not Protect them. How does It suit J. H. MILES. the watchful farmer to read In tho new Knockout for Jack Jokisoi. tear off bill that nearlyeverything Chicago, May 13. Jack, Johnson, he can raise has a free pass to come tonight was into this country without physical the negro pugilist, examination or certificate of moral found guilty of violating the federal "white slave" law in transporting character? Farmers, koep your eyes and ears Belle Scheciber, from Pittsburg 'to open to the preaching and practice Chicago in 1910. Ha '.was convicted of tho tear off party. Its orators have on all seven counts la ' the indictnectar in their words and poison in ment. Only a few persons were in their bands. You are going to got court when the Jury, after one hour's It whero chickens get the ax. Okeene deliberation, announced the yerdjet, as a result of Judge Carpenter's or(Okla.) Eagle. der that "scandal fans" be barred. WMppoorwlll Peas aid Millet. The maximum penalty under the I have plenty of WbippoorwIU finding Is flvo years' Imprisonment or Stock Peas and German Millet (or a $10,000 fine or both. The negro sale. Also best quality Red Top was released on a $10,000 bond. A motion for a sew trial wUI be filed W. E. ELLIS, ' Cane Seed. at once by counsel, and arguments The Produce Merchant, on the motion are set for May 19. Hartford, Ky. 44t2 "M, I S.USED SAFETT PINSl PREDICTS , A TOOTHLESS AQE MODERN DINNER ALL RIGHT CLASSED SALMON AS LUXURY Doctor's Explanation of Graded Fees Had to Satisfy Rich but Parti- J monloua Patient -- r COURIER - JOURNAL i many Familiar Articles Are of British Doctor Gives Out Opinion Physician Declares That Appurtenances and Menu All Tend to ProThat 8oft Foods Are Working JUsdoal Origin Haa Been Proved mote the Digestion. by Finds Made. Havoc With the Race " 1 Aitfear Taahloncd oxnctly llko thoso ofi Dinner as a social Institution has What our dentists havo from time to by us "safety pins," have tlmo been saying has been at last tak- been so sedulously attacked by gasSeen ttrand In Roman and Etruscan en up by n London doctor, namely, tronomic experts In recent years that SbeiIm. some being referred to a porlod that our teeth nro less solidly set In tho banquet has been held re'sponslbfo tho jaws than thoy Bhould bo for the for many untimely deaths of public jCKtar to the birth of Christ. reason that civilization encourages us men. Ono of the most conspicuous Tbe nafctf pin, It seems, was an to cat soft foods. "Dltlng Is becoming statesmen In Amorlca was said to of ojmmon uso In Italy long the Itorann omplro attained tha a lost art," says this British doctor. have been killed by dining out. Tho Zleijitar Its glory. Tho material of "The surest way to save your teeth consumption of courso after course Ptss railed or-tX- rc wan used In conjunction with pin In a number of wnys. 1W?jv would Imagine that tho little iprajwr KtoKtencr, with which wo are t'Jio brass device, that holds a uraafiac of looao sheets of paper yraa moro than two thousand 3tsrai'o1dT Vet such Is tho fact, since rsrecfo a. device waB employed by the 3lnxcsx soldiers of that'era as an of their costumes or uniform. The telt of thin copper worn by tho oftT fegians was fastened to a strip of cittfc. carving as a lining, with a series eC SCSfcs bronco clamps precisely like e&e pxper fastener In principle. 'VSSa&Aea are ancient. Somo sped-ibite- s are known to be 2,500 years old. ThBST are of bronze, and their outer aratfiasKM show the familiar indenta-- ' tSbas Cit engaging the head of tho nwiSte. These thimbles are precisely, TOv&cmr modern ones, except that they Xssnw; x taps to cover tho end of tho w'&.VSe. stances. Growing young people of toalways to have been bronzo. The collar stud Is another ancient day should bo given a diet of hard bisEttTcweion. While It Is tnio the old cuits and chop bones." Ho points out T&nunarai did not make use of buttons that tho jaws of today are narrower than those of our ancestors and this tbr Cfee jnirposc of fastening their and they wore no collars, yet applies to America as well as to BritCfcrgr swssessed a sort of collar stud, ain and that unless somo changes are BKKsar. s. w&tak they wcro made, however, from extinction is to blto hard tJxt. nalsty -- C mado In our mode, of life evolution will breed a race that will be practically toothlms. He gives as the reason for tho narrowing of tho jaws and that thoy are less powerful that they aro not sufficiently exercised; that we do not uso our teeth to crunch hard foods 'as did the early Britishers. Ho notes that wisdom teeth, owing to tho general narrowness of the jaws, are cut at all manner of times, and tells of a who had just cut a man of flfty-twwisdom tooth owing to the removal of other molars which at last allowed it to show Itself above tho gum. o DOCTOR THE ONLY ONE OUT upon a menu is held by various authorities to bo Inconsistent with long life and even with continued health. Now, all theso notions, according to Dr. R. S. Levcnson, aro based more or less upon delusion. Discoveries in tho physiology of digestion during tho past dozen years do not discredit They the modern dinner, ho says. vindicate it. Man has unconsciously established a routine of courses in the dinner that takes thorough cognizance of the physiological principles upon which digestion is founded. Take, for instance, tho elaborate gowns worn by the women and the evening suits by the men, the floral decorations and the music. Thero Is no doubt that each of these Items serves the purpose ot composing a generally favorable stago It has been setting for digestion. shown in recent years that the moods created by these details have a directly favorable bearing upon the performance of tho digestive function. Current Opinion. MaIL CALLED A wealthy man, well known for his extremo stinginess, drove up hurriedly In his oarriago to tho door of a celebrated doctor. Ho was In a state of acuto discomfort and fear, from tho slmplo fact that at tho momont a pleco of fish bono was sticking somewhere In tho region of his throat. Tho doctor removed tho dangerous obstacle, and tho gentleman breathed freely. "Thank you, doctor!" ho exclaimed, much relieved. "I'll novor eat salmon again never! And with what ease-yoremoved It A more minute's operation, was It not? How much a what Is your fco?" "Half a guinea," replied tho doctor. "Half a guinea!" exclaimed tho man.. "For half a minute's work? Impossible!" "But consider for a moment!" said, the doctor. "It's a salmon bone!" "What has that to do with It?" "Oh,a greot deal," replied tho doctor. "Had It been a halibut, or fresh haddock, I should havo charged less perhaps 5 shillings. For codfish or would have been ample eels, payment. Mackerel 2 shillings. Whllo a red herring bono I might even havo removed free of charge. But salmon! Well, really, sir, one has to pay for theso luxuries." And his patient paid. London For 1913. ' ' t You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Kv. HENRY WATERSON, Editor WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for Physician Not Aware He Was Giving a Wholesale Prescription for a ' COURT Nominal Price. IT CRUELTY SAYS NEY WAS A GERMAN 5BBSI8G AIR A REGENERATOR Iff T8my One May 8leep on the Ground Certain Localities Without Any 111 Effect. Zv. beo days of apartments many penpfe must sleep rather close to the jSsacBcd. The ventilation here cannot Ueae good as it is higher and sun-lisf- c lity. The renting agent pointed out the AndtVs a. tenant the other day that the saxaEzht, during part of the day, fell SC'vaas pathetic. XfOTETtheleoa. is usually almost an Impossibi- cntae.e'srall opposite and was reflected. bj swamp miasma, people sleep 2& ground in tho open not only In asa&QT. but with a distinct hygienic sarai. It Is particularly true of moun-22- c or high bill regions. Men, out aus0hig, have awakened in the d themselves lying almost ia tho water of sudden ralnsv jzuHi2vtiave experienced no ill effect. JUL of this leads us back to a that the system thrives vrdxea. air has a chance to search In amitfSrcnlato In contact with tho flesh. IC ssnaaalales and electrifies. ok morn-nxafm- it Is true that in any nexsooably healthful climate, not Evening Prayer. - "We beseech thee, Lord, to behold us iiwor,, Solk of many families and aacStsaai. gathered together In the peaco cffiSiMoi, weak men and women sub, under the covert of thy Be patient still; suffer ua yet sxvc!i2ie langer with our broken ia! good, with our Idle endeavors sagaf-ai- a evil, suffer us awhllo longer atid (If It may bo help us" inSo twttec iBless to us our extraor-tSticssmercies; If tho day come when t&tse wric3t be taken, brace us to play lite, rraaa under affliction. Be with our jfirieadE, 3)6 with ourselves. Go with enc"acois to rest; If any awake, tern-t them the dark hours' of watching and when tho day returns, return. g our una and comforter, and call scp with the morning faces and To want morning hearts eager to labor H3r ts be happy, If happiness shall jfee ctar portion and If the day bo jQTxrfct-lor sorrow, strong 1o enduro AC. Azcen. Ilobort Louis Stovenson. Jt sisns pur-Tcs- si cr a, -- Liars Tagged Here. Tp3fe Iremd1; Sruthful. So disgraceful, InilcMi, o the Dyaks consider tho do- si&HX of othora by nn untruth that .aaiA. & handed down to posterity by a rsrficms custom. They heap up a p& of branches of trees In memory .oC ttae man who has uttered a great lie, that thb future generations JS&&T &now of his wickedness and take ira.Txlos from it. 23m persons deceived start tho .iaipcig bula the liar'B mound by 'JKjrping up a largo number of branches da somo conspicuous spot by tho stifle at tho path from ono village to Evexy passerby contributes to it and mt tho samu time reviles the memory or lbs man who told tho lie. Tho D7aki consider tho addition to any bula they may pass a sacred the omlBBion of which will meet 37th supernatural punlnhmenL natives of Borneo, aro ex- - .EMWtfaer. tong , New Use for Beggars. A botelkucper In tho suburbs ot Patla. having been much troubled with mendicants, put a wheel near tho to tho building, and above It una placed a sign reading: "Charity ilfgrades both him who gives and him rha takes. Turn this wheel one hundred times and got half a franc." Numerous beggars applied for leave 'ia turn the wheel, until tho discovery was made that tho forco employed was utilized to draw water from a well which served a practical purpose In a xaosr&y orchard and hostelry, Then! litaocffing to tho story, no beggars -acre noun In tho vicinity. Harper's rS'.-xUy. Method of Negro Lion Tamer Met Isaacstein, his wife, and three chilWith the Decided Disapproval dren came home from a trip on the of English Judge. continent with a rather bad form of exzema. Lady Helmsley was a witness In an Isaacstein said to his wife: "Me Interesting case heard at York, In Is in our blood; ve must sheo dear, it which a negro Hon tamer named Ala doctor." Maccomo was sumonod for cru"But," replied the wife, "that will bert terrifying a lioness, and Albert elly cost an awful lot of money." Manders, menagerie proprietor, of Old"Oh, no, me dear" said Isaacstein, ham, was summoned for permitting "vait" the animal to be terrified, says the Then he went round and took a sam-pi- e London Pall Mall Gazette. of blood from each of them, and Manders was at the York Martinthen some of his own, in a bottle. mas fair. In November, and Lady He went to the doctor, who thought Helmsley was told by one of the atIt rather a large sample, and the blood tendants that the lioness bad already was duly examined, and a curative caused the death of one man and atprescription given to Isacsteln. tacked two others, and that Maccomo "Ow much is It?" ho asked the doc-towould at the period of 'his life enter the cage. "One guinea," .replied the doctor. Lady Helmsley described how the you are, thank you, doctor. "There animal was frightened by noises and May I use you 'phone?" by the insertion Into the cage of red-ho- t "Certainly," from tho doctor, who bars. She was so disgusted with had the pleasure of listening to the tho performance that she left and refollowing: ported the matter to tho police . '"Ello, 'ello Is dat you, Rebecca-Vei- l, Further evidence was called to show dls Is me. I'm at the doctor's., the cage for the man It's all right. I'm all right, you'r all' that moments, entered blank cartridgesa few firing right, and the kids is all right, too!" while he was inside. Manders was fined 20 shillings, and casts, and Maccomo 10 shillings and costs. Making Uce of Penguins. The most southern industry In the world Is believed to bo the strange, Great Virtue. business established on Macqaarlo There is no greater everyday virtue Island, a barren nesting place for sea This quality in birds, which lies about 750 miles than cheerfulness. southeast of Tasmania, the largo woman is like sunshine to the day, or Island situated a little south of Austra- i gentlo renewing molsturo to parched lia which is noted for its fine apples, herbs. The light of a cheerful face many sheep and valuable timber, and diffuses itself and communicates the us being the birthplace of Mrs. Hum- happy spirit that inspires it. The sourest temper must sweeten phry Ward, tho English novelist, e Island Is the homo of vast num- In the atmosphere of continuous good bers of penguins, the population of humor. As well might fog and cloud these big birds being estimated at and vapor hope to cling to landscape as "the blues" and 80,000,000, on an area of 25,000 acres. Tho penguins are boiled In "digesters" moroseness to combat Jovial speech holding about 800 birds at a time, and and exhilarating laughter. There 1b no path but will bo easier when tho steam Is turned oft and water pumped into the bottoms of the traveled, no load but will be lighter, digesters the oil rises to tho top and no shadow on heart or brain but will is drawn off into barrels. It Is used lift sooner In the presence of a do cheerfulness. It may at by manufacturers of binder twine In termlned times seem difficult for tho happiest Australia and New Zealand. tempered to keep the countenance of peace and content, but difficulty will Harmony of Colors. vanish when we truly consider that Tho principle that the sensation of sullen gloom and passionate despair white results from the equal excite- do nothing but multiply thorns and ment of sensations produced by tho thicken sorrows. three fundamental radiations is deduced naturally from an analysis of Strange, but Not Incredible. the rules of the harmony ot colors. Montenegro has a law ordaining that Colored lights do not focus at tho samo point; therefore the eyo must any found valuable shall bo placed seize different distances at the same where the loser can And It. Tho fact time In order to see when different suggests an anecdote told of Grlmal-di'- s grandfather in Dickens' life ot the colored surfaces touch. Tho difference of refranglblllty of tho different famous clown. On one of his visits to colored rays causes some colors to Leadenhall market with nearly $2,000 stand out and others to stand back. in gold and silver upon him "ha found Red is tho most "flying" or "tapering" that his shoe bad become unbuckled, of the colors, a rod object always ap- and, taking from his pocket tho bag, pearing to bo farther away than a bluo he placed It upon a neighboring post, object, though It is seen on the samo and then proceeded to adjust the piano and in tho same light. Har- buckle." Having afterward to pay for n purchase, he missed his bag ot gold, per's Weekly. and hurried back to tho post where he had buckled bis shoe. "Although more s than of an hour had The First Pump. The first pump ever Invented was elapsed , . . thero It romalned safe tho heart ot a man or animal, and It and untouched on the top of a post In Is today ono of the most perfect the open street!" That was In eight, pumps In use. The heart as a pump London. Is decidedly up to date, and engineers unanimously agree that Its principles Proud of Them. of construction for tho highest effWo can no longer think, with Periciency are correct, and that It is not surpassed by any pump Invented by icles, that good report for a woman man. It Is not only a powerful forco means a minimum ot any kind of repump ot Incredible efficiency, but it Is port about her, whether for good, or evil, nor with Dr. Johnson that when and While tho mechanism Is In action, It she speaks in public she is "like a pig cleanses and purifies itself. For Its standing on its hind legs; It Is npt size and work it Is' tho greatest pump that she does It well, but you are surof the age. From George Ethelbert prised she can do It at all." We are Walsh's "The First Invention," in St, aa proud of our famous women as we are of our famous men, and soma of Nicholas. the very best speakers In the world today are women. University Fete for the Lame. In the little village of In central Franco, a j Too Bad. fete Is to bo held; at three o'clock there will be a walking race, and the "What makes Wllloughby look so festivities are to be wound up with a woebegone t Disappointed In love!" ball, to which the lame will Invite "Yes." i j guests less handicapped than them"Who got the tirir selves. London Standard. "Ho did." r. Tit-Biti Mac-querld I three-quartereenth-century Varennes-Salnt-Sauveur, English Writer Makes Interesting Assertion About Moat Prominent French Marshal. A $1.50. Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al shal Noy, Napoleon's herloc lieutenant, "the bravest of tho bravo," brings out some Interesting facts. This Frenchman was really a Ger man. He was born at Saarlouls, now in Prussia, and then and always Ger: man. He spoke only German as a with a child. Ho was wldo face, and round blue eyes. Five feet eight inches in height, he had a short body and long legs. His comrades called him "le rougeot," which was equivalent to "carrots' 'or "brick, years old at top." He was forty-siWaterloo. So was Napoleon. So was. Wellington. "Michel Key was a man who was trained up to the hardships of a workman's Ufo. His father was a cooper, and in his boyhood work in his father's business ho was accustomed to toil and exposure. This enabled him to sleep placidly In tho snow on tho return from Moscow, wrapped in his." cloak, "with tho starved, ragged soldiers ot the grand army keeping guard, and the Cossacks prowling around in' the darkness." red-hairex recent English book about Mar- $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l in combination with this paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. . t Medical Fees In Bygone Days. At tho beginning of the eighteenth, century the usual fees to physicians, and surgeons In England were "to a graduate in physlck, his due is about. 10 shillings, though ho commonly expects or demands 20. Those that are only licensed physicians, their duo Is no more than G shillings and 8 pence, though they comomnly demand 10 shillings. "A surgeon's fee Is 12 pence a mile, be his Journey near or far, 10 groats to set a bono broken or out of joint, and for letting blood 1 shlllng; the cutting or amputation on any limb, 5 pounds, but there is no settled feo for the cure." The system of regulating the fee according to the pocket ot the patient, remarks the Westminster Gazette, is almost as old as history. THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD Enjoys the largest circulation in because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. Ken-tuck- y Matrimonial Market. The HItabadi and Basumatl, native Indian papers, publish between them some curious Instances bearing on tho state of affairs that prevails In tho matrimonial market of the present day. Here is one of them: An elderly gentleman of Cooch Dehar, a widower ot slender means having a marriageable daughter to dispose of, was on tho lookout for a sutable bride-grooIiut the prohibitive rates ruling In tho market was aglnst him, and ho at last hoped that with tho dowry ho would obtain from tho marriage of his only son ho would marry Uut as 111 luck away his daughter. would havo it, the boy died, and the gentleman, finding no other way open, ''was forced to enter Into wedlock himself for a second time in order that he might marry tho girl to his new brother-in-la1 NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS t Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as well as general news. The Herald's special features make among Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick'e masterful articles which are now running serially in the Herald entitled:. pre-eminent a On Board the Good Ship Earth Hedgehogs Milk Cows. A sporting Incident on a farm at Uffculme, In Devonshire, England, has revived the question whether or not clfcum-Btance- s hedgehogs under certain abstract milk from cows. A farmer and his friend were shooting rabbits when their spaniel bustled out of tho hedge with a hedgehog In Its mouth. "Kill tho brute," called out the farmer. "Hedgehogs have boon a perfect pest this year. They have been milking my covva." Tho dog returned tOjtho hecjgo, where It caught flvo other Hedgehogs in quick succession. Many Dovon farmers are convinced that hedgehogs take milk from cows when they are lying down. They have been known to kill fowla and Bach Innumerable eggs. all who subscribe now. Back numbers of theso articles free on request to The Louisville Daily Herald AND The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription an bo taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier. t ! r Peril of tho Game. "Making lore la dangerous, sometimes." "In what way!" "I've Just heard about a fellow who inhaled so much talcum powder ha cough." J now a chronic Subscribe Now This offer isood Subscribe Noiv for a few days only. wt t : mJF, DM ME 4, 1913. Hartford Camp PENTECOST NOT England Warns the Suffragettes. Alter tho raid on tho militant suf- -' fragetto headquarters in London, Tuesday, and tho arrest of the women connected with tho movement, tho probccnlor for tho government, Archibald Bodkin, made fromal explanation of that proceeding which ho said had been taken to end "a state of affairs which hns becomo dangerous1 to tho clullzed portion of tho community In the llrltlHli Isles." He warned all ahkra and abettors of tho null Units "that u any person makes n ann,fli In nnnnnrntrnlilnnt nt thlft cause, proceedings will ho taken against the speaker," also, If nny printer prints or circulates matter ' ftMi tlwi tftiiiiuii a lltilmi lift nuiiiii i iiiiu mu t riitinn'a uiiivii iiu tmiti1 bo prosecuted. This last was aimed at tho weekly organ of tho suffra-- 1 fffit.tos. r.illod thn Knffr.inrttn. tho office of which was raided and which i was Bumirrsscd. Mrs. Paukhurst was barricaded in her house by militant followers when tho day camo for her to return to prison, but the authorities decided that sho was not yet well enough to undergo tho Imprisonment. Her ticket of leave was extended Indefinitely. , , I I GREAT JUBILEE Are Still Greater Blessings r. I Coming, Says Pastor Russell. AND BARBECUE! What the Day of Pentecost Signified. It Was but a Foretaste of a Greater One to Come Why It Came When It Did Why the Greater BJetting Will Come and When Are There Sigm That It Is Near? Timet of Refresh, lng Timet of Restitution "I Will Pour Out My 8pirit Upon All Flesh." Boston, Jj 3J' Mass., Piistot HARTFORD, KY. Mny HsmsBwSMMf 11. Ituswoll gave two July Given by .. No. 202, W. 0. W. SEE THE LARGE BILLS Which Will Follow Later. RADIUM IS FOUND means commensurate with Its radium value. Pitchblende, tho richest of all minerals, has been found IN AMERICAN ORE m-bearing quantities in Connecticut In small quarries of North IT' and in tho feld-BpCarolina. Practically tho total Ameri Bureau of Mines Discovers Big- can output has come from the mines In Quarts Hill, Gilpin County, Colo. gest Part of World Supply Practically every ton of carontlte mined In 1912 went abroad, and, as U. S. Is From the American deposits are far from being Inexhaustible, we are rapidly depleting our own reserve and are Washington, May 4. The United shipping from this country material Btatea Bureau of Mine has made of great value and of unknown posthe discovery that more than two-thir- sibilities, which can not be replaced. of the radium supply of the world Is being made In Europe from American ores, shipped abroad thru tho foresight of foreign BClontiet. Qfcattrea. lafcaU Ilodlum Is purchasable at a price 2,250.000 an ounce, equivalent to and although It Is shown the UnitBears ed States has the greatest Known ores in Signature of supply of radlum-bcarln- g the world, not ono gram has been produced hero. Flaged Train With Shirt. y la In "Tho United States Tearing his shirt from his back tho humiliating position of being an Ohio man flagged a train and savforced to purchaso at extravagant ed It from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, prices from abroad such radium as Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a its hosnltals and phjelclans can af wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was ford for experimental purposes, while in a terrible plight when I began to we havo been suplylng the ores from use them," he writes, "my stomach.. which It Is made," said Charles L. head, back and kdlneys were all bad Parsons, chlof of the division of ly affected and my liver was In bad mineral technology of the bureau? condition, but four bottles of Elec"Wo havo aid Europe's prices for tric Bitters made me feel like a now wrtiat wo could get in order to In- man." A trial will convince you of vestigate tho wonderful properties of their matchless merit for any stomradium and their possible application ach, liver or kidney trouble. Price to tho eradication of disease, and CO cents at all druglsts. have been greatly hampered in our work by tho- almost prohibitive prices at which tho nullum has been held. "Several months ago rumors rcach-c- d Woman Finally Recovers From Nervous Breakdown tho Bureau of Mines that In Colorado thero had been an Increased Impoverished nerves destroy many demand for carnotlte, tho radium-carr- y people before their time. Often berealizes what the lng ore, and tha this ore was fore a sufferer on the verge of a trouble is, he is being shipped abroail m consiuerauio nimtl,t, nprvnnt breakdown. It quantity, it was also reported that is of the utmost importance to keep Utho Europeans were Insisting upon your nervous system in good condition, as the nerves are the source Knly tho highest grades of these of alt bodily power. Mrs. Anna of low-eores and that a great amount Kounz, 211 Mechanic St, Pueblo, grado ores was practically being Colo., says: wasted. "For many years I suffered from "It. H. Moore and K. L. Klthll, in nervous prostration; I was unWe to do any house yCI ana doctors charge of tho Denver (Colo.) laborafailed to 'neip me. Remedies I tory of the bureau, were requested tried from druggists did not do they reached tho me a particle of good. A neighbor to Investigate, and conclusion that while all tho ra'jm told my husband ab.out placed upon tho market In the last Dr. Mile' Nervine few years had been produced in Eu and he procured a bottle. After the rope, a large portion of this had come first few doses I showed a marked improvement and after taking two from American ores. bottles I was tntirely cured. I have "Itadlum institutea havo been been perfectly well for years and tabllahed in Austria, France, Ger- cannot praise Dr. Miles' Nervine many and England, and a TSuropean too highly." If you are troubled with loss of science and industry havo been veloped from American ores. The appetite, poor digestion, weakness,' inability to sleep; if you, are in a Austrian Government, realizing tho general run down condition and untold possibilities of tho radium unable to bear your part of the ores at St. Joachlmstoal, purchased daily grind of life, you need somegovthing to strengthen your nerves. the mines, put them under direct hao an ar You may not realize what is the maternment supervision and ter withyou, but that is no reason rangement with tho Vienna Academy why you should delay treatment worof Science whereby tho ore la Dr. MiW ked up into radium. disits value in hand, the United has proven thirty years, nervous "On the other and merits orders for greater States has allowed her much foreign- a trial, no matter how many other remedies have failed to help you. resources to be exploited toy sll druggists. If first Settle ers 6n a basis which wastes perhaps fall old benefit your money Is returned. to largo portlou of the MIUK"MBOICAL CO., Elkhart, In, .Irretrievably a i. ores mined and baa exported careful-orea at a price by no. scooted radiuar ' . v nddresscs hero under the nusplcet of tho International Bible Students We Association. report one of these, from the toxt: "Upon the servants nnd upon tho handmaids in How's This?' PASTOR. RUSSELL) thoso days will I We offer One Hundred Dollars Renour out My Spir any case Catarrh that ward this it Afterflesh."-J-Ioclwill pour out My Spirit cannot for cured by ofHall's Catarrh bo 2:28. 20. upon all The Pastor called attention to tho Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole. fact that he hnd transposed the parts do, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known of this toxt. to make their true mehn. lng more apparent. Do declared that P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, the Prophet unquestionably taught two and believe him perfectly honorable outpourings of tho Uoly Spirit, only In all business transactions, and fi- 43 one of which hnd yet come that upon nancially able to carry out any obli43 God's faithful servants and handmaid- gations made by his flrsa. ens. The second is to be upon all flesh. WALD1NG, KINN'AX & MARVIN, Prior to Pentecost the Pastor said, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. exoept Jesus had received no one Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internthe Holy Spirit of God bad held sll humanity at a ally, acting directly upon tho blood distance from Himself, declaring that and mucous surfaces of the system. 1 He could not accept them as sons un- Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. til their sins had been atoned for. This per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. condition of alienation from God had Take Hall's Family Pills for con- continued for more than four thousand u,j v, jntalSju t. ye rs before Jesus came. Adam was tiaatlon. i cnlled'a 86TJ of God, but after him none Age Pension Bill Put In. was so styled until Jesus. After Jesus had received the Holy 13. The ProWashington, May Spirit at baptism, De spoke of Himself gressives' old age pension bill to i as the Son of God. Of His disciples provide 1 to 4 a week for all those wo read, "The Holy Spirit was not yet more than 66 years whose incomes riven: becaoso that Jesus was not yet . ... mood rnaj newni iicuTuig (..'am under ito a week was- introduced r,. tgionnea.' by Representative Kelly of 49 them. Jesus admonished them to tarry to-dnt Jerusalem until endued with power Pennsylvania His plan would pension those with from on High. 'when Pentecost Was Fully Come. incomes of less than $6 a week at $4 o ..v..- -, . For ten days the disciples tarried. u woalf fncnmAit nf fmm S6 to S7. praying In tho upper room, and wait- - at 3; between ?7 and 8, $2 a week, lng ror me promisea ueinuuauu , and from js to , i a wee. Divine acceptance. This would lndl-Tno blu wouid disqualify all crlm- cato that Jesus had appeared in the lnft iunatlcs and inmates of alms- presence of God. ana uac me rawer mQTQ than 55 iflkit'isfl tiio County Dr IIConrOIIATED lllARTFORn, mtm wsasEnmmaa Hk- - ! This is Your Chance ow-- r fct & to Cut the Cost by Acting Now THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE - son-shi- ,ri eft SsV ti ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.75 IsV ... .. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year: $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH ay BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.5IJ THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE T BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $f.5Q m JsV T!nKWYnlHwfiaj.liM CASTOR I A tat I te aftrSaSitWl v. iZ&tfffi&t to-da- according to Betting of the Holy Spirit recognised iod have failed to earn ability. them as sons. The sonsblp to which 'their N-- e "me to get rlc I 0.: your You can do It by apply-Pet- er vine nature, as St Peter explalns.- -2 rheumatism. Chamberlain's Liniment and mas- lnB 1:4. appli-wa- s Tbe Pentecostal blessing, therefore, 'saglng the parts, freely at each It proved cation. For sale by all dealers. double attestation. a that Jesus as the great Bedeeiner naa accomnllshed the work which the Fatb "Industrial cowards. er gave Him to do. It also proved that nhn hnd resolved the finlrit were Rightly the Southern cotton mill iiuu accepted as .sons of God. original sin men resented the insulting asser- of Sncretnrv Redfleld that In DITlug Du ittutoiicu muvu uv-I lion it of Christ's sacrifice. And although a8klnK for Tariff Protection they the miraculous manifestations of Gods aro ..,ndll8trmi cowards." It should favor have not been repeated during resentod by every manufacturer s country who Is paying twice same sccep- - to three times the European wage the same blessing-t- he tance of the Father. "The God and scale and ten to twenty times tne Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which Oriental wage scale. Almost wholly according to His abundant Mercy hath j because of his contention that no begotten us again." 1 Peter 1:3. Protection whatsoever Is needed to Our faith has its sure footing In that enabje American labor and Industry original Pentecostal manifestation. Ben compoto BUCCes3fUuy with tho rest al-cause the Church Is one Bod Redfleld ti J HaviriR made a special arrangement with the pablisher' of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZTNE we will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the publications you ought to have. All three publications are JsV y 49 4 J well worth the regular subscription price and we consider stv this.-verat ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at low combination rate. St 43 4? 49 49 49 Send Your Order to S 8sV It 8f of- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. - 999V9VV9$9;999VVVV99r 5- to 12 months efc We have 10 Registered Polled Durham Bulla from Is a chance to buy a good bull from Ky's leading herd at a lew This price! Will deliver to your station. - lXSSS'in j, W. Breckeurldse County R. MOORMAN St SONV " DeemKentueUy. HAVE YOUR SUITS r&5&s,rK;to necessary. - n; Nrvtn r & in a line As soon as we by conse- Pro- come Into the one Body, we are tlon not dependent upon Tariff tection, he has assumed to speak for sharers in an uiessiuKo uviuu(,,uB on that Body, tho start of which came On all lines of Industry. What ho does the momornblo Pentecost Day. not know about tho need of Protecthis basis, the gutherlngof the Church tion In Industries other than his own hunhas progressed for nearly nineteen would fill a larce volume. But he dred years. Soon, we believe, it will be talked to suit President Wilson. That .nmnintod. The last member having as a cabinet proved faithful and passed beyond the made him desirable concerning the veil, the Body thenceforth will be com- member. Ignorance Tariff and Its operative effects scorns plete in glory united to the Head. to be a high qualification In Wash- The Greater Jubilee. To the Church. Pentecost represents lngton just now, THE liberation from the thralldom of sin BEWUiQ It would surprise you to know of and death, as well as introduction into MACHINE: tho family of God. Thus It signifies tho great good that la being done by OF tho beginning of nil tho blessings Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius DownQUALITY.) which the people of God have known. ey, of Nowberg Junction, N. B., These are expressed in various spirit- writes, "My wife has been using ual terms as the fruits of tbo Spirit Chamberlain's and finds TabletB fellowship with God and our Lara. very effectual and doing her NOT Tho Pnstnr exDlnlncd'that thoso won them you havo any trou SOLD derful blessings are not complete. The lots of Rood." if resurrection change from Imperfections ble with your stomach or bowels give UNDER ANY In tho flesh to perfection on the spirit them a trial. For sale by all dealers. OTHER plane will be the consummation of the NAME. Strange Doings of Hens. Church's hopes. Although near, this has not yet been attained. London, May 5. Remarkable develWARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. God purposely deferred tho secondary opments In thQ poultry would 600m to outpouring of His Holy Spirit-t- hat T.nn nn.h.ui tha NEW HOME YOU will suggest that tho mascullno tenden you pay, and will r flesh." until the upon tbe world-M- all now spread have a life asset at the price repiun. of Borne women have not have an endless cnaia oi establishment of HI Kingdom. That cies to hens. will be a great Jubilee. In Israel's n A Sussox breeder, of Quality every fiftieth year was a Every Israelite was set free Hal!8)iaui, possesses a Jubilee. Gxui&easJ from debts of every old speckled sussex hen froffl bondog-etankind, and had a fresh start God thus whclh at the end of her first year ptetsred bbw during Blemish's jj'orlous was in appearance a hen, laid a quan Cheapest reign as Mediator 6f tho Nw Cove-BSB-t. tity of eggs, sat and reared abrood muSeead of .aus Ood will, on account Last' year sho did not lay sacrifice, cancel the sins of the whole toby. . but moulted Into a cock's plumage, werld, and grant a releasa from all m ' .. W " headgear, sssistacct back, to the with the excerption of the ..& weaknesses, and tnr BL&chlne. write fer a JaW which la normally a pullet's parchase. futoess.of .pivlae fuvor. What estates? A PartrliliM Wyandotte hen has toe that will be! been presented to the Natural Hi - re,iuca tory Museum which presents a specially "peculiar case. The bird was hatched In 1910 and moulded normally In the autumn of that season and again In 1911. After the 1912 moult her plumage becamo In all respects that of a cock. sho still laid eggs, not one 'bf them has been hatched. A. R. Cooper, of Knaresborougn, hns had a Blue Leghorn female wan a male's headgear, but In this caso tho brld did not lay any eggs. Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done.. Ladies work given special attention. Repaired. Hats Cleaned and1 NEW Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per GliNt delivered. month. Hartford Pressing HOME Y. M. C. A. BLDO., HARTFORD, KY. AN fil I thcCOUCH the LUflO CURB WITH well-know- d ksU Dr. King's AUGM -- Ntw DUtflwry CAB J1 srltt I"" IJlLJMMtfJgUMMI, winnr ytelt ftl- - lMmK Hartford Republican. gutfred from Kentucky streams from being placed upon tho market. PLAN TO WED WITH UNIQUE RITUAL Matrimony Like Any Chosen Work, Woman Says. . Underwood 1M4, was strong enough to pass wool bill Willi a uuij, uguuiai .". uw.. C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTEH Commoner said somo harsh things of .Mr. - E. DUKE, Tmsv FOSTER of H.rtfonl. A year ago Chairman rcor.1ln(t to law t th PoMofflc Ky.. m mull matttr ol. the econd Bryan is in the Saddle. Buying For Three Stores For Less Thaoi Arvv Other Store in Ohio County , II r-- - Wf nntr OFFER YOU MERCHANDISE PLACES US IN A POSITION TO PUBLISHERS " AND 0s tho Democrats and all tho Republi to cans professed their admiration for all communications Arfdfffti Hartford Republican. tho Chairman as against tho Pecr-tiu- u Not Race Suicide i.pnilnr. llut sixteen years in Declares TO SUBSCRIBERS wilderness made the colonel paNOTICE tho Wrong Under Certain new Bfetocribfn ilmlrlim lh Vrr nut to u tient. Ho blbed his time. It came mot Rlre the old uddrt-- In mallng the at Baltimore when he put all his ddrru Conditions. , rqnt. again came the Unsolicited miinncrlpU will not be returned enemies to rout. And opportunity when the Tariff bill nliiconnipanlfdb jiniitiiKe. will receive no Aioojmons communication was framed, 3Ir. Underwood proposBoston. May 11. Delia F. Dana. MUMIon. ed a duty on wool as before. He lagranddaughter of tho poet Longfcl-- 1 bored with tho President arguing low? and sister of Edmund TrowXEL2 jposoxtx:. S3 that tho Dcmoocratlc party having bridge Dana, who married Jessio I4cmgrl). BWi,.. duty on wool in its Tariff placed a the English portrait painter legislation of 1912 could not well rewith a unique ceremony of their own MAY 16. FRIDAY, verse Itself. Colonel Bryan also had coniosltlon, without the maids or a conversation with the President. minister, and with tho trees for n, Will Beckham enter a "Jlnt" de- The result was that .Mr. Underwood canopy, plans an Identical service accepted free wool. Is there any doubt bate with "Howsley" Stanley? when she weds Robert P. Hutchinthat llr. Bryan is in tho saddle? It next June at who would undertake Is surprising that tho business men son, a fellow Socialist The fellow the family summer home, Mnnchcster-by-thc-Scquinine in an of the country fear commercial to compare sugar and And with her husband, argument on the tariff question Miss Dana will immediately leave for of knowledge shows an utter lack Tho woolen manufacturers are mak Now Zealand, thero to study State concerning bitter and sweet ing plans for making goods abroad. Socialism with tho hope of applying John II. Stevenson, manager of the Our Democratic friends are doing Fulton mills of tho American Woolen Its principles In Philadelphia, where more to unite us than wo could ever Company, states that his company Mr. Hutchinson will finally engage have done, for oursehes in twice the will, in all probability, turn the wool In teaching. Miss Dana and Mr. Hutchinson have time. Your efforts are appreciated Into yarn in England or Germany, been aMualnted for six years. He boys. can do this work at 42 per where it Is now in the postgraduate school at Fulton. This While President Wilson Is wait- cent of the cost at Harvard, preparing for his work as 70 per cent of the labor ing on Gov. Johnston for an answer process Is a teacher. industry. Under the proposed to his last telegram he might start in the Miss Dana is completing a philo company can Import few battle ships around the Horn, schedules the a ad- sophical course at Radcllffe, paying the wool in the yarn state to as a matter of precaution. vantage and complete manufacture in especial attention to the works of politics into a this country at a cost much lower Tolstoi. She is a graduate of the The injection of Boston Children's Hospital and of school will effectualy kill that school, than the entire manufacture here. the postgraduate department of Johns located, wheth- Watertown (N. Y.) Standard. nomatter where it is Hopkins, Baltimore. has a great reputation, with a er it WALTONS CREEK Seated In tho great front room of $200 building. 120,000 building or a May 12. Wo are having a drouth the Longfellow house with many meNotwithstanding the fact that your in this locality which will If it con- mentoes of the great poet on every McCrcary prom"grand"Jeems" d uncle tinues much longer cut the wheat, side, including the ised if elected Governor," Just this grass, strawberry and perhaps other father's clock," Miss Dana, petite time," never to run for office again crops, very short. of form, with a wealth of golden he is muchly a candidate for UnitGeorge Bennott of Missouri, hair that refused to remain In place Mr. ed States Senator. At least as much who is visiting relatives in this and with her frank blue eyes sparkas, A. O. Stanley. communty and Mr. Frtz Genny and ling with good humor, talked permother of Matanzas, spout Sunday tinently and Interestingly of marriage The Republicans and Progressives with Mr. H. R. Bennett and family. and its importance. iav$,at last gotten together in good Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gelger of "In the first place," said Miss county, and there is were the guests of Mrs Dana, "we don't intend to use the prospects for a union ticket in Gray-wGelger's brother, Mr. J. I. Bennett formal vows. Instead, the one my Meade county follows Ohio coun- Sunday. brother used with slight variations movement. Let ty in the Mr. Earl Hooker who Is attending 'will be availed. the good work go on. Messrs. Taft school at Centertown spent Saturday "I will say: "i, ueiia uana, iane and Roosevelt are not candidates for and Sunday with his parents, Mr. you, Robert Hutchinson, as my lawKentucky councounty offices in any ful husband and promise faithfully and Mrs. Sclota Hocker. ty that we have heard of so far. Wil- to fullfill towards you all the obliMessrs. W. H. Boyd, Edward married The Attorney General of Kentucky liams, Arlie Brown and Mr. S. D. gations arising from the true comI hope to be a ruled that 'it Is not In order for Williams, children and perhaps oth- state, and baa rade and helpmate; as a symbol jPximary election officers to question ers have had the mumps. Centertown, and thereof I give you thla ring." Mrs. Alvin Rowe, voters, in precincts where registraLiver-mor- e, say the last words I will slip tion ia not required, as to how they Mr. and Mrs. Ed Render, of Mpn-da- y. "As I Hutchinson's third finger of on Mr. ReMr. S. H. Render visited voted at the last election. If a the loft hand a heavy silver ring. Mr. publican should state his Intention Mr. George Montgomery went to Hutchinson's vow will be the same to affiliate with the Democrats in save that he will give a gold the coming election they would be Utica Friday. He will visit friends lines, bal and relatives at Oweasboro and per- band, Instead of a silver one. compelled to give him a Democrat peace will marry lot and so with a Democrat who haps other points in Daviess county us"A Justice of the Instead of a minister. We aro not Republic- before he returns. should desire to vote In the Dr. Crowe, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Episcopalians nor are we believers an primary. In other words the prigood of Rowe, and Mrs. Rowe's Sunday school In any other sot faith. Wo will not mary is for the benefit and marriage vows. We will the voters and not in the Interest of class, whclh consists of quite a num- use the usual only what we believe. ber of pretty grils all of Centertown, take vows for . narrow partisanship. were welcome visitors to our Sunday One must be sincere in such a stop Prominent Republicans are meet- school last Sunday. We hope Mrs. and I regret to say that I believe few ing in Chicago this week to take Rowe will bring her class to see us really consider tho solemnity of such a union." steps looking to a union of all the again soon. Miss Dana declares she is entering elements of the party, In order to Dr. Crowe, of Centertown, and Mr. present a solid front to the Demo- P A. Carter, of Matanzas talked to matrimony as she would any chosen cratic party. Among reforms which us a while about the points in the work. She said: "Marriage is a calling that should have been suggested Is presdlentlal lesson which interested them most preference primaries In all the states, at Sunday school Sunday. We are al be studied as one would any profesand representation based on the vote ways glad to have young men visit sion, such as nurslnc, for example. cast, instead of upon representation our school who are not ashamed to It Is a definite work yet fow women bringing are really prepared In Congress, as has heretofore been work for the Master. up of children. I, l.o. er lmvo had tiie rule. We are heartily In favor Sheriff's Sale. a fino training in tl 3 care c f .rid of a union of all the forces, if it By virtue of a judgement issued training of ohlldrcr. 1 h::.o made i can bo done, upon honorable lines, as has been done in Ohio county. from the Ohio circuit court in favor close study of eugenics r.iid am of of the Fordsville Banking Co., against the opinion that I am flttoi for marThe Hartford Herald has been re- Sol Ph'tlllps and Jacob Newton, I riage with all Its duties. cently publishing attacks made on or one "I have made a close study of marof my deputies will on Monthis paper because It dared criticise day Juno 2, 1913, between the hours riage and have como to the concluthe Democratic game law, passed by of 10 a. in. and 2 p. in., at the court sion that race suicide, as It Is termthe last legislature, but it haa never house door In Hartford, Ky., offer for ed, is not altogether wrong. If a yet indicated how It stood upon ft sale the following real estate or bo union is completed wherein there this law. The Elizabethtown News much thereof as Is necessary to health, morally and physically, then haa been kind enough to say satisfy tho above execution amount- there should bo children as often as that we are probably In favor of ing to $20.00 with Interest at tho rate Nature will bless tho marriage. Buti dynamiting fish, becaus nee had surrounding the conditions G per cent, from the 15th day of where the ap- of the temerity to oppose child are not conductive to a healthy February, 11)03, and also tho further pointment of a hoard of game ward-ea- s, being, then, in my opinion, thero adjudged as costs. who are to be made adjuncts sum of $8.25 should not be offspring." A to the State Democratic machine, and town certain house and lot in the of Aetnavlllc, in the county boys who want to hunt squirrels .the Marriage License. of Ohio and State of Kentucky, and And rabbltB are taxed to pay those Jesse Awtry and Etta Decker, bounded as follows: wardens, at the rate of one dollar Beginning at a stone N. E. cornor Fordsville. Apiece each year. Tho idea that there and Chloe B. Shreve, any game in Kentucky is a joke, to Allen Buck; thence with his lino Felix Mercer is S. 210 feet to a stone; thenco E. 105 Fordsrvllle. anyway. The State Is practically Jesse Baggerly, Wyspx, Ky., and. of , timber, and game la a feet to a stone; thence N. 210 feet to Ky. fish a stone; thence with OwensbOro and Ruth Whitson, Green Jtlver, thing of the past. As far as the Leitchfleld road N. 105 feet to the are concerned, they are being much containing one-haaero of What Will They Have to My noro rapidly destroyed from the copSecretary Redfleld, who rejoices in land, more or lees. See deed book 12, peras water, from' coal mines, than netting. No, we are not in or page 478, Ohio county clerks office. the assurance that the Tariff is ia from be revised' downward, takes do stock of dynamiting fish, and it should Mate Oct. 15, 1892. penitentiary offense to do Levied on as the, property of Sol in the claim that a reduced Tariff fee made a ' will lower the cost of living, and o, tut we are In favor of some regu- Phillips, this April 4, 1913. T. H. BLACK, S. O. C. hp v.arns consumers not to expect concerning netting, which will lation 's By 8.- - O. Keown, D. C. that it will do so. Should Mr.. jUJow the' people who live along 44t3 forecast prove correct what stream's and who cannot fish. tJiMB will Wilson and Bryan and other Ifotice to Secretaries. with book and line, to buy a few All local secretaries of A. S. of ramocrats who have so persistently .fish oooasionally, tor as faunas of tho mothwe hate, heretofore eontended as E to pool wool and send pledges piocJaimed the Tariff to.be jtrlet enforcement of the fish law to county secretary at an early date. er of high prices have to say for taemstffvesTprsey CllyJ6u'rnair' B. C. BAWD, Chta's. tmgaH ftbttfujely prevent any ffca,43i2 I Hal-loda- y, a. -ever-fameMuh-Jenbu- rg Cen-terton. er PROPmETORB. " of Iloosior Sheeting Price good 5 if until June 1, per yard TJlo Percales over fifty different patterns. Price good until So .lime 1, per yard Hope .Blenched good until June 1, Cotton Price Kendy-Made per yard ...Tic $3.00 values of Gingham Regular made of extra grade Dresses $1.08 12ic Ginghams, new arrivals, in very neat patterns, per yard 15c Ginghams, per yard 8c 9c 1. Regular J?2.50 values, made of good Gingham $1.08 These prices good until June f)0c Table Damask in White 39o Children's and Misses' Dresses Regular $1.50 Misses Gingham Dresses ready-made and Colored, per yard Colored '. 35c Table Damask White and 27c 08c Regular 50c Cotton Voiles with Silk stripes, Special, per yard. .35c Children's regular $1.00 grade, sizes from 2 years to 12 years of age, made of extra good grade Gingham 48c ROSENBLATT'S HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. U zone (C6 116). Lately a machine has fair way to become a largo dot on been put on tho niarkot to convert the map. 4 tho gases from the oil well directly In The Oil Field. Into gasoline. The Whip Wil Be Cracked. Regarding tho formation of oil a It is evident the party whip is to number of theories have been advanc- - be crackotl In nn oxtnnt niipr hofnra cd but these may bo classified under witnessed In Confess. Tho request two principal heads, namely, tho for a voto gchedulo by 8Chedm0 will Kentucky Oil Company Inorganic (or minerals) theories, sup- The West ,)robably be denied. Tho Democratic shot the Howard well Wednesday at ported mainly by chemists, and the iiousn i,,iPn, wm uithhi,t 0iion 12 o'clock with CO quarts of nltro -- organic (vegetable and animal) theo-'d commute ulU thev aro glycerine, immediately alter me snoi, irlcs which arejmpported by tho ma-L- r a practically solid vote for the geologista. the oil went over the top of tho of bill. Last, but by no means least, tho rclk for several minutes, it is mougm The inorganic theories consider administration will likely withhold by everyone that this well will be a that steam coming in contact with post office and other appointments AAtnln rtn ! I it great producer. fnnn4 wnica vw..4 v.uluco on.catu Ba. ...t.t t. untl, tho bm ,la8 becn apj)r0ved by y m6,1 ,U"0 beC" a n'aJ ot the House. PrC8aT Drilling Vegan Tuesday on the Ch01 rE QUh Cn'l Man Democratic Representative Drown farm near Victory gases were generat-- 1 mako no 8ecrct of the bo,ot , th0 ed by decaying vegetable and animal prfnolplo - of Protection, especially Protection for tho owner of sheep. Work on the Sullengcr well at No doubt you have all seen bublea The Louisiana and Colorado Demo-comiDukehurst has been suspended sevup out of a swamp or from crats mako no secret of tholr .belief eral days on account of no water. leaves at the bottom of a stagnant in tho principle of Protection as This Is generally marsh gas, or piled to sugar. Drilling will commence in a few mothano whclh Is also found In coal Uut there will bo a socrlflco of days on tho Dennett farm near Beda, mines and called by tho miners "fire principle, a sacrifice of platform damp." Mothano is ono of the prln- -' pledges, oven sacrifice of Bolf respect, the rig having been erected. clpal constituents of oil and natural and tho Underwood bill will be pass-ga- s. Often around decaying sea plants ed by tho House as soon as a divided Wo aro indebted to Mr. Lindsey Dcrtoy, mining enijineer, who is at will be found oil, this being a paraf leadership of an unwieldy majority can force tho passage Johnstown prtbcnt located In Hartford, and do- fine. Oil is rarely found without gas and (Pa.) ing wori; tor savcral oil companies Tribune, In tho Ohio count oil feldfor the salt water Is likewise usually present. If the containing rock stratum following article. 1 have heard, In Hartford, consider Is horizontal tho oil and gas aro usu able discussion and speculation upon ally Irregularly scattered, but if til THERE IS NO KICKING the origin of petroleum, and believe ed they appear to collect at the a review of the various theories that mgnesi point possioio. Thus almost any plnce a well might liavo been advocated by tho leading scientists would be of genreal In- bo drilled In Ohio count), tho el.anccs are that somo oil will Lo found but terest. Crude petroleum is a liquid of com- In the anticline.), cr djmu-n.iapplex composition and of variable col- foldings in U10 strata, would Lo the or and density. It consists of a mix- logical pines to drll for oil. The t.l juirlnjr strata, or "saad" ture of hydro carbons, . (substances ( ot der-;j0rl- tv ...: 1 TM ng ap-po- I I Ir to Ki I od .AmnA.Ai1 . hm1.AiT.n An ed lf fa-T- Rod-fiold- v rln If infcrvlous roo. above' mainly liquid but with somo gaseous or as shale which prevents see-i- n and Bolld components, the last belnj It. solution. American oils na,e elu.- - - 0 irom the sand. Where Hiiro Is er a paraffine base (as In Pt .is.,1- - seepage, or oil found on the aurfaco,-vanlero is some break, or fault, which asphaletic base ins in 'iexas Lp'ILiBCSBVii -w 11 or mixed paraffine. and asphaltlc aiiowaus .escapo from tho sand. I In Hartford tho oil bearing strata With my Keod baso as here in Harbford. either from the cow That the solid, liquid and gaseous to sandstone, in Indiana and Ohlo'or lta ow-e- K Th(J, n ta Blmply hvH.v...Knn0 oro tnnivt nr laa nlnoAlv it U Of ten fOUnd In lh ffttllniw Ti., they both kjl0W got n( " limestone. According to the related Is evident from the fact that ports. on. this .field by several cnuni-simil- "better. tho gases given off by petroleum are ot those p'redomlnatrng rn , nent , geolojp the Trenton "sand" OUR VHAY IS ESPECIALLY INB. ' natural gas. while by exposure 'to Bhoull le abotit eight hundred feet; atmosphere many, 'petroleums below'the sands producing here and "I have lowland grass, well cured. the Change uvueavai uponwnicn so much timothy or alfalfa and at prices thatv o a viouu substance ana,4' " asphalt depending prospecting hasbeea planned extends will surprise 'you. 'All kinds of feedT finally to a solid to this depth It is perfectly possible for all kinds of animals and towls. on the, character ot the oil, that taorVnuty be' a much larger pool Ifc has bees proven experimentally that by, heat and pressure gases may In this stratum. At any rate the next prove V great deal be1 ooeverted , Into "oils,, la fact the mnrtytkyjWrn The Produce Merchant , , it. writer has, by .beat and pressure, con ia the "field and if oil Is found Victory, Hartford to' In' a HARTFORD, -- . KENTUCKY verted acelyUne (C2 H2) into Ben- la) ?- ,n MKvn I Dill I bo Illl DCIOIIa IfVW UrItTn o fn .. tn ar W. E. ELLIS tesd.s-.-.- .- 1"' Miss Anna J. ,1'atton left "WednesWOODSON day afternoon for;a' visit' In Chicago, AND WBmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmm IV i l L L V ed songs, at Dr. Ucans opem houso tonight and Saturday night. Now pro- Owensboro Editors Jab Each gram. -Mr. T. Wado Stratton, of Cromwell, Other In Vicious 'went to Morgantown, Ky., lust wcelf, Manner. Iwhcro ho successfully iwissed tho bar examination. or Mr. 0. V. Williams, routo 3, Dca-vKy., May 12. Two Owensboro, Dam, and Mr. Lcman LIIcs, routo Democratic editors, Urey Woodson, of (G Hartford, wcro pleasant callers at tho Messenger, and Judge S. W. this offlco yesterday. Hager of tho Inuulrcr, hao been is arriving. Miss Mary Dell returned to her I homo In Uwcnsboro Wednesday, aft-- pummcllng each other editorially for or spending several das hero tho a week. Somo very uncomplimentary fabconsist of things are being printed. V00d30n, guest of Mrs. Maggie (3 riff In. who was formally Secretary of tho A now lino of feed Corn, Oats, rics National Democratic Committee, sajs , Bran and Sovcreno Horse, and Mule Judgo llagcr Is a "Dick Knott Demo1 feed, and also' a nlco lino of fresh will crat," and that every party man who grqcerles. Wo pay cash and sell at low docs not seo tho way ho docs Is rock bottom prices. Call and sec. "dominated by tho liquor element." injustice if a It- - U. DEAVEIt & CO. 41t4. Judge llagcr bos replied. Under an SEWING MACHINE FOR editorial a Knockof Somo one can get a bargainSALE a er," and captioned "Always things, he In ft among other sowing machine, never used a single says: of day, but goes at a bargain. Drop leaf "Tho editor of tho Measener has machine, and a dandy. Address O. F. an unenviable reputation as a knock,:Vsr 17, In caro of The Hartford Repub- er on everything and everybody not 43t4. dominated by him, at homo and away lican. no At tho annual meeting of the Great from home. ' "It matters not how meritorious a Council of Red Men of Kentucky, held In Lexington this week, Mr. T. man or thing may be, ho must be Wade Stratton, of Cromwell, was asked to give his sanction, and that as Great Keeper of can not bo obtained except as he is again Wampum, which office holds the allowed to be undisputed master. He has never stood for anything that money of the order. also ams, meant Uie uplift of Owensboro, beMcCall Pattern who has cause Mrs. HolTker-Willihis chief occupation Is not upladles' Dress No. 5373 several selected,-- been 111 for .Monday weeks, was op- lifting merltorous thngs but knockPrice, 15 centr ) j. i by Dfs. Taylor, ing erated upon them. of Hartford, and McKlnney, of Beav"His specialty Is politics and he te line of up-to-daer Dam, and her many friends who would sacrifice his best friend if it have been so anxious about her, now would aid him in any of his political expect her rapid recovery. salesin undertakings. Ho will" feign friendA free demonstration of tho New ship for a person in order to aln Perfection Wick Blue Oil Cook Stove that person's help at a crucial time, in to assist will bo held In Hartford next Wed- when his political fortunes are In nesday and Thursday May 21 and 22, great jeopardy, and immediately he) to us, by S. L. King, who sells this stove. wins through this felned friendship will be held next he tosses the men who aided him inDemonstration door to his hardware store, Hartford to the political discard and turns upon Music Co., room. them his batteries of abuse. He has Everybody Is Invited to seo the treated friends thus right here in demonstration of the New Perfection Owensboro and within the recent Oil Cook Stove, held here next Wed- past He has since abused men who nesday and Thursday by 3. L. King, saved his scalp in the Democratic the agent in Hartford. A competent convention at Owensboro, which electlady, will bo In charge and will serve ed delegates to the district and State good things to eat Demonstration conventions, just prior to the Balti held In stor of Hartford Music Co., "Not only docs he turn against next door to Mr. King's hardware friends at home who help him, but he store. Mr. J. M. Chancellor, of Ceralvp Is equally as ungrateful to those of precinct, Is announced in this Issue national prominence that have really of The Republican as a candidate for secured for him all ithe. political hon tho Republican nomination for Just-Ic- e ors', he has ever had. .He knows, antr The First National Bank and New of the Peace in the Centertown everybody In Owensboro knows, that Commercial Hotel look much better District. "Mr. Chancellor is well qual buffer the friendship of William J. after having bad the wood work re- ified fo the position and Is popular Bryan,' the owner of tho Messenger FRIDAY, MAY 16. painted. among all classes of people In his would never have reached any disas a Plenty of Stock Peas and German section. He will make .an exceedingly tinction Bryan national character In once believed in Him, politics;. Btrong candidate. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table siniet on hand now. but the Nebraskan was not to be I A competent lady will be In Hart LIKENS & ACTON, contlnuausly fooled by the deceptive . Hartford, Ky. 44tC ai naniora, iwy. ford next Wednesday and Thursday mask of the political hypocrite, and demonstration of the New L. & N. time card effective Monday Messrs. Barrass and Heavrln are to hold a he let the National Committeeman OH Cook Aug. 21st. having the fronts of the City Restau- Perfection Wick Blue Flame King, from Kentucky drop. He oouldnt No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. rant and R. YV. King's Jewelry store Stove, sold In Hartford by 8. L. stand for alliances the Owensboran the hardware man. Good things will had made." dally except Sunday. painted. served. Come and meet your be No. 114 North Bound duo 1:15 p. m. There Is no telling what the outMr. James Nance, of the Herald friends. Demonstration will be held daily except Sunday. come will be. The Inquirer, under force was In Owensboro recently for In store of Hartford Music Co., adNo. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. the management of Judge Hager, has an operation on his' eye, which was joining the hardware store. except Sunday. dally struck a stride most progressive. His highly successful. Missionary Union paper Is on record for municipally-owne- d The Woman's No. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. entertained Mr. W. M. Flener, of Bearer Dam, of the Baptist Church except Sunday. dally utllites. The Idea is opposed candidate for the Republican nomina- Monday afternoon in honor of Dr. by the Messenger. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. tion for Representative, was a pleas- R. T. Bryan and Mrs. Bryan, Bapant caller at tills offlco yesterday. tist missionaries of Shanghai, Chi Who wants tho bicycle? residence of Rev. and .The Bank of Hartford has complet- - na, at the Mrs. E. B. English. A very enjoyShetland Pony? Who wants tho ed extonslvo repairs which renders attracivo bank able musical program was given by Mrs Lavlsa B. Foster Is visiting It ono of tho most Emory Mrs. Mrs. E. W. Ford, buildings to bo found In Kentucky. relatives hero. Schroeter and Miss Ruth Riley. A ' The Louisville Weekly Herald and splendla, reading' was given by Mrs. Help somo girl or boy win tho fine ! l&e Delightful alOru ttCliuUHKUH, uuo ,w English refreshments Vonv n.l.1 outfit. CWI.1 'ani-i- i Are going fast, but I fnr si .35. Send all orders to were served. Dr. S j. Wedding is confined to ReDubllcan. Hartford. Ky. 32tf have some good ones yet. Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Bryan, of bis homo by sovere Illness. I have, at my stand on tho Hart- Shanghai, China, delivered talks at Don't fail to remember Best cash prices at Commercial Ho-f- cl ford and Lletohfleld road, a complete the BaptlBt church here lost Sunday. for Eggs, Chickens and butter. your child, brother, sislln of Groceries and Dry Goods. Dr. Bryan Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. W. J. MILLER. ter, relative or friend. I have Hay for saie. and his wife to the women and chil p. m. Dr. J. M. Sal-le- e, R. B. MARTIN, Haruora, .y. 33tt If you have something for salo, ad- - dren at 3 "o'clock There are not many who of Beevllle, Texas, preached at V .Mrs. Iva Nail is very ill at her vcrtiBe it in The Republican, Hart-hom- o have this honor and you Sunday, evening ford. Rates are low, and gladly fur-- the Baptist Church on Render street . 34tf at, 7: 30. The services were all very should appreciate and application. nlshed upon Dr. S. J. Wedding, who has been Impressive, being Interesting and The famous Beaver Dam Flour along missionary lines, and were them. "sick for several days is improving. and Meal is for salo- - by V. H. highly enjoyed by all present Drs. T A nice watch, of which The BPM" Tho prizes given in Satisfac-- ( Hartford. & Son -M wife and wife, can's contest are well worth workguaraod. im Sallee the guests ofBryan G.and Fair we have a complete line, G. Mr. In t0T' - were at prices which we guarT. H. Benton, County Road En- and other relatives while here. Coples of The Republ can will Q antee you can't beat, m found at sent to all contestants In the Pony County Judg0 ,Wedd,ng on Monday Commencement exercises ot Fordsgrade considered, makes vllle High School were held at that Contest. 'of eacn week. t ' ,43t8 place four eVenlngs last week. Tuesan ideal present. It's Tho hardest worker will- surely be grocery is head-- . D Ralph's something useful in every I day night Miss Stella Dantel, with rewarded handsomely in our Pony quartot for anything In .the general her class in elocution, assisted by day life, and with pr6per Contest. grocery or meat line. Also bandies a the Music Class, gave a Splendid pro, care will last a life time; " bere from pjete line of stock feed, chicken gram. Wednesday evening the deMrs. Jennie Moseley Js 4$U therefore being appreciat"Owensboro visiting CapV andyr. feedi . clamatory contest of Senior boys was I ' , ,V r By K, Cox. ed. FOUND A silver plated match box, held, the medal being won by Mr. i the L & n. depot Owner may f Ed win 'Mastftt. Thursday evening a Mr. A. R. Carson has returned from Or one of those stylish trip In the Interest of the Kentucky bave game by properly Identifying play, "Rebecca's Triumph", was given cameo necklaces. Have . the property ana ' paying ior um aa- - by." sixteen girls of tie F. p. W. LitClothing Co. not pou seen them? attending the yertlaement. erary Society, and waa quite a sucRov. K. B. English Is We. have you should. staple cess. Friday evening the commence- In St., When In nee4 of anything-ISouthern Baptist' Convention ' 'many other nice pre&euts were held. Those or fancy groceries, meals' stpek and (ment exercises Louis this week. ' that would be appropriate. wife bave chicken feed call J.. D. AUpVi who were graduated were iMIsses Jes. Judge : R. Wedding and several days eery, Hartford. Farn.er'j hone No. sie Marlew, Bunlee Shultz, Mary from a visit .sixty-nin- e Thomas Qulseoberry. Kathleen Young . Ferry. .9). T to rolatjves at Barrett's to and Rollle FeJUJ 'Messrs. Easnet Ohlo.ccntyl HBLP .WANTD-dl- rl Any girfor boy' In WbltUagUU, Stanley Phillips," Edwin The Reliable Jeweler and ;?18-- 1 not over HJ year old may become' a .help do housework Kelly. Prof. B. O. Optician, candl-latehome for righ party. Wwd , is light Maaok and 'Alva n our Poay" Coatest delivered the ,.Must furnfsh good rsfarjncea. Apply. Balrd," -- of WalUsvlile. ji lair. - i ..Li. . Ky. -m. ' A. B. WSDD,, J!?luw7wUl belong to . NEW ARRIVALS zr Our second ment spring with, f'rlortds. "' Moving plcttiro shows and Illustrat- HAfiER WARRING J ! cr summer Wash, Goods now They the latest M llA for summer wear. do yourself You Wj' ,7'H you great do not avail yourself the opportunity at least seeing them.When doubt seen, we have will appeal to you. but what their beauty Remember we keep a well that Copyrlfht Hirt SchaSber te Man Y! men want the new sack suit styles we're showing this OUNG Dress Trimmings. Mo Call Patterns ladies see stock and courteous you your selections. Come and remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Spring; we've never shown better riiodels than these. The fabrics are all wool, chosen for young men; the designing done by young men for young men. Nobody but HART SCHAFFNER & MARX 2kx&&Ga more-conventi-on. 1 does it just this way; we've brought these goods to you because we want you to have the best. 4 Hartford Republican. Suits at $20, $22.50 and $25 are best for you; we'll shcriv you some higher and some lower. Look at the $20.00, $22.50 and $25 goods first. . E. P. BARNES & BR0. BEAVER DAM, KY. This store is the home of Hart Schafiher & Marx clothes. Graduation Presents! WANTED! ' You to see our new line of DRY GOODS and LADIES' FURNISHINGS, MILLINERY and DRESS MAKING. New Hats and Dress Goods, arrive every week. en-cour- ge LOYAL BROS., - Narrows, Kr-- 1 .J LX2TDSA7 Civil and Mining Engineer OF TAOOMA, IWASH. - . Geological Examinations, Surveys, Oil Analysis at Reasonable Rates. New Commercial Hotel. HARTFORD, KY- - " If od qirl J. B. TAPPAN Hartford, by Pointer and Decorator DONE.' Trade ALL KINDS ' J. N. .EMBRY or FAINTING Estimates Furnished. ..?' Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every InsUnoe. - ' S.Liffl V 49. saeOlTio count. Kirlorrboy.' ' vi.j, .u,.i. HzS?' ' HaluburprsUdtM.Wc4Bf , v - P. O CROMWELL. KENTUCKY. 1 '. "stfrortsafffSti SsaJWOSfl1 jsTrWftW - M J) t '. enor, President; Henry Plrtle, Sectl6 House of Representatives, Plat- - of retary; S. E. Honnott, Treasurer. from the chill air of tho The RepubHcan-PrOgreSSiv- e ed salesman Girls Win In Corn Contest. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Oh.io Couiity early morning. form. platform, should ho bo selected by y Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford season a few Oklahoma girls Hoppc was committed to tho'Coun-tIllrkhcnd, Ky. T. Circuit V- First. Wo endorso nil tho steps tho pcoplo In tho final election, Is Judgo; Hen CourtUlngo, P. pressed a desire to enter a Statebeing taken to Attorney; W. Jail annex after D. L. II. Tlchcnor, Hartford, 11, g contest In which police headquarters. He was not in- which havo been taken by tho Coun Instructed and' pledged to voto for P. .MldUlff, Jailer; K. U. Darrnss, D. LNo. r.. wide ty Republican and Progressive Kxoc- - tho following laws: 2. 13. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Clerk; 13. K. Ulrklicml, .MaBtcr Commore than COO boys wcro engaged. jured by tho Jump. 11. A measure embodying tho Initia- missioner; T. Collins, TruBteo 3. M. S. l'nttorson, Olaton, Ky. admired tho girl's pluck utlvo Committees, leading up lo anil The Judges Jury Kund: T. II. Illitck, Sheriff, I. B. L. Alford, Whlto Run, Ky. including tho call for this conven- tive and referendum. and granted tho request. Tho result Porto Rico's Now Wondor. Deputies S. O. Kcown, 5. Richard Plummcr, Taylor Mines, Tho recall for nil State, District Hartford. away I'orto Rico come tion to formulate a platform upon one of tho girls, Ksta was that From far Ucaer Dam; O. I. Jones, Houlo G, Kentucky. 17 years, won tho first prize mnortfi of a wonderful new discovery which candidates for tho various coun- ami County officials. Hartford; W. C. Knrp, Hoslno. Court amendment to tlw Primary convenes first .Monday in An of $200 In gold, says tho Youths Com- tluU Jg bclevcj wlll astly benefit ty offices and "member of tho Hoii3e thrco .weeks; third Law, providing for tho elcc- - mid continues paulon. Her acre, on whlcn sne uiu th(j j,copi0i nanion T. Mnrchnn, of of Representatives are to appeal to Monday In April, two weeks; third voters of Ohio county for support at'tlon of delegates to .National com on .Monday In October two weeks. work alone, yielded 93 bushels Uarccloncta, writes "Or. King's :.c all tho of corn, which is about six times Dlscovery is doing spicnuiu woru tho coming November election, uinicr tlons, and for tho selection of nil County Court It. 11. Wedding, emblem, bellovlng party committeemen. ' Judge; W. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk; C. K. tho averago in Oklahoma. It was ono here. It cured mo about flvo tlnicfl the Republican Attorney, Hartford. Court An amendment to the Primary JJlcc Smith, of tho best acres In all tho States .of tcrrlblo coughs and colds, also my that It Is best for those who may Law Attorney that where coin ones first .Monday In each General Primary to know what Hon Law, providing where contests wcro iicld, although brother of a severo cold In his chest month, it was on a hlllsldo where there aro and moro than 20 others, who used may bo expected of them In advance, thcr Is only one cnndidnto of any KY. Qunrtcrly Court Renins on the HARTFORD, stumps and rocks, and whero the It on my advice. Wo hope this great and fair to tho people of tho county party nt tho close of tho tlmo limit, fourth .Monday in February, May, Will practice his profosaion In Uls aro distinctly unfavor- mcdlclno will yet bo sold in every to know Just whero their candidates tho selection mny bo made through August and November. soil conditions Court of Claims Convenes first and adjoining counties. Conun.irclal able. To show that thero was nothing drug store In Porto Illco." For throat stand, upon all questions of public that party's committee. Tuesday In January and first Tuc.a- In her lctory, Miss Dea-ma- n and lung troubles It has no equal. Interest. Election Law day An amendmont to tho accidental and Criminal Praciico a Specialty. in October. to havo ralsod two acres of corn near by A trial will convince you of Its mer Second. Wo faor rigid economy; permitting any candidate Other County Officers C. S. Mox- t'ordstlllc, Ky., u. ,aia good as her prize acre, and also it. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. In ll.r. nmirlimt nf nil thn llimllirSS 'll( llPlinflt Of tllG VOtCS Of nil D.trtlOS lcy, Survejor, ; IJonmnl Felix, AssesJjalf an aero of flno tomatoes. Jf Guaranteed by all druggists. of tho county to tho end that tax - which mny support his candidacy by F. I). No. sor, llnrtfonl, Ky., It. F. D. No. '2; JI..I....H (i ! U cs may bo reduced to the lowest pos - lm lug his name placod under more Henry Leach. Superintendent, llnrt other girls show pluck and skill liko Law contests, in that the fonl; Dr. A. U. Klley, Coroner, Hurt-forslblo rate, realizing that wo nro bur thnn ono devlco upon the ballot. Egg Romance Hitches. registraof bright bo8 in HARTFORD, KY. Tho repeal of the odious which thousands dencd by the present high taxes, Moberly, Mo., May 5. Fredrick JUST1CKS' COURTS. many States havo taken part in the tion certificate law, which In every county and town. 24 State, Mfrs. W. II. Barms nnd C. B Hartford. Tuesday Leslie Combs. past few years will assumo a new Kcllcy, of New London, Conn., Third. As a matter of economy election hns made easy tho corrup- after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday Smith announce that Uwy liavo ifurm years old, arrived hero today to and highly Interesting apsect. and in the interest of a better tion or the ballot wherever certifi- after 3rd Monday In June, 'luesiia) a partnorsliAp for thu moral irnic-tlc- o claim the hand of Miss Ava Mercer, business system, wo favor placing the cates nro required. after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesoiitailma! and dlvor imof law, exctpt Toor appetite lis a sure sign of 17 years old, whose name and address A measure prohibiting tho use of day after 3rd Monday In December. Fiscal affairs of the county in The paired digestion. A few doses of ho found on an egg last December. s, John II. .Miles, KocUport, Friday oasctf, Mr. Smith bulug County Attorcorrupt hands of a commission to bo com- money, with which to after 3rd Monday in March, Friday ney Is pwvvintod from practicing such Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver "On Christmas eve I wrote .Miss chos and dlslnfranchlslng any one after 3rd Monday In June, Friday census. Mr. Barnes will individually strengthen your diges- Mercer a long love letter," Mr. Kellcy posed of three persons to bo Tablets will Monday In September, after 3rd en by the voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes. In practloa Offices tion and improve your appetite. said, "and January 8, I received a Friday after 3rd Monday In De aocejt such A corrupt practlco act." benefited by reply In which she told mo she had largo: believing that the finances Hartford Itepubllcun building, Hvrt-torThousands have been cember. Workman's compensation law. county can better be handled O. D. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday K, taking these Tablets. Bold by all written on the egg more than a year of tho A measuro placing our penal Institu- after 3rd .Monday In March, Wednumber of men, who by a smaller dealers. before, Her father sent me a sub, nonpar- nesday nftcr 3rd Monday In June, of a can be chosen entirely with their tions under control stantial money order the other day business quallflcatons In view. Un- tisan commission. Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Sepof an Egg. give me a flno Some Uses and said he would tember, Wednesday alter 3u MonRepeal of tho hunter's tax. der this arrangement the orfce of nothing mora position and a good home so we're day In December. Repeal of tho dog tax. Law For "hums and scalds Justice of the Peace would not be John II. .Milts. Rockport, Friday x- -. thq whlto of an egg, going to get married." Booming than Abolishment of many needless of- after 3rd .Monday i March, Frlcay detracted from, but Its powers for KY. HARTFORD, which may be poured over the wound. usefulness In tho maintenance of or fices created by tho last session of after 3rd Monday In June, Friday nfter 3rd Monday In September, Fri ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN' It, is softo as a varnish than collotho loglsIuluW. der In the various niaglsterlal " being always at hand, canj reforming tho taxing day after 3rd Monday In Dcccmucr. dlon,.andi FOR FLETCHER'S A measure would be far greater. Till Office Is equipped for handj. C. Jackson, Ccntcrtown, Sat '.iiT C nmillod. It is aisq more Fourth The office Of eounty as- system of tho State which will pluco urday after 3rd Monuay In March, ling Commercial I.aw and Collection cooling than tho sweet oil and cotton sessor should be abolished, and tho the burdens of tnxation whero they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In Juno, IteiuB as well as other legal and liti Monday In Sep-- j after which wcro formerly supposed to be duties of that official performed by p?operly belong, Instead Of upon the .Hturday Saturday3rdafter 3rd Monday j gated matters. Practlco in an uiu Knows Whisky; Gets Job. o tembcr, the surest application to allay the by the County Board of men who own small homp and courts. Prompt and vigorous service. in December. all men chosen Washington, May Smarting pain. The egg Is considproperty, not wwlly .VAded In the Commissioners, for each magisterial 51. C. Cook, Rcnfrow. Tuesday af M. L. Heavrln's Office. ered to be one of the best of reme- reports mado hero this afternoon, this district. assessment. ter ?nd Monday In March, Ttfcsday y Monday in May, Tuesday dies for dysentery. Beaten up Blight-l- man seems to know a good deal abou Fifth. The peopM f Ohio county A law giving ne 'iftople of Kentucky after 2nd Monday Jn Auprfat, Tuescon-- j we equal .with or without sugar, and swal- whisky and I move that he be with those of the after 3rd and deserves better roads day after 2nd Monday In No ember. lowed at a gulp, it tends, by Its em- firmed." pledge ttie "candidates who may be States North W us, by compelling the Thomas Sanders, 'Otaton, Wednesinflamcharacteristic stateThis was the ollient qualities, to lessen the nominated npon this platform if elect railroad Yo glc us the benefit or 2 day after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday mation of the stomach and intestines, ment of Senator Martlne, of New ed, "to 'exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate. Ohio County Monday and by forming a transient coating Jersey, In executive session yester- to 'inaugurate a system which shall Upon all other matters not speci- In May, Wednesday after 3rd HARTFORD, KY. In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monon those organs, to enable Nature day afterlnoon toward the end of the btuig about this desired end In the fically mentioned herein, our candi day In November. Given Prompt Attento resume her healthful sway over a discussion of the qualifications of epeedlest and best possible way. date Is directed to vote in the Interest Grant Pollard, FordsvlIIe, Tuesday All Matters tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS wel- after 2nd Monday In March, Thursdiseased body. Two, or at most, thro William H. Osborn, of North CaroSlxthAWe pledge our hearty sup- of progress, and for tho general day after 2nd Monday In May, Thurs- SPECIALTY. eggs per day would be all that is lina, to be Commissioner of Internal port In behalf of every effort to Im- fare of all our people. day after 3rd Monday In August, required in ordinary cases; and since Revenue. Upon this declaration of principles Thursday after 2nd Monday In No3 prove our schools, for better buildcure estabmerely medicine, but food egg is not Osborne ran a drink this convention vember. ings, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of as well, the lighter the diet otherwise lishment for many years. The Senate a course In agriculture for ever" high pledge their hearty support to the J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after and tho quieter the patient is kept agreed with Senator Martlne that school, and an agricultural experi- candidates who may be nominated 2nd Monday In Murch, Friday after 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd the more certain and rapid is the AM from whatever cause, Osborne did ment farm located in the county. at the general primary eloctlon.flrst Monday In August, Friday after 2nd . know considerable about whisky and sympathies are with Saturday In August next, under the Monday In November. Seventh. Our To do any kind of Veterinawas qualified. He was confirmed. to Log Cabin, for the various offices to HARTFORD POLICE COURT. farmers in their efforts the Only a Fire Hero. a C. ry work. Horses, mules and their pro- bo voted for In Ohio county at the son, M. Crowe, Judgo; John II. Wilobtain better prices for City Attorney; J.. P, Stevens, but the crowd cheered, as, with burnA Great Building Falls cows need not die for want of especially do we sym- coming November election. Marshal; Court convenes second Moned hands, he held up a small round when its foundation is undermined, ducts, and growers of answered Respectfully submitted, .Calls attention. day In each month. pathize with the tobacco "this h shouted, box, "Fellows!" City Council J. H. Williams, Mayand if he foundation of heatlh good Ohio county and pledge them our day or night. A. D. KIRK, Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has digestion Is attacked, quick collapse or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thomsupport In their efforts to maintain M. L. HEAVRIN, everything beat for burns." Right! as, Treasurer. Members of Council they follows. On the first signs of indl an whereby organization, A. LEACH, J. Robert Hoover, P. D. Taylor. J. II. also for bolls, ulcers, sores, pimples, gestlon, Dr. King's New Lite Pills Veterinary Surgeon toll may secure a Just reward for the B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, S. L. STEVENS, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest - Ky. w. J. Beau. should bo taken ts tone the stomach given by them to the production W. R. EDGE, pile cure. It subdues Inflammation, School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleregulate liver, kdneys and bow- of this crop. We realize that the H. L. CARTER, Only 25 cents at all drug-fist- s. and kills pain. ton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes, Secreels. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 struggle Is an unequal one and If necCommittee. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley support all druggists. cents at essary, we pledge them our and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOU8 SERVICES. to secure Government aid "In mainWhere They Should Go. M. E. Church, South Services Hymns They Like Best. taining public warehouses, through FOR FLETCHER'S morning and eenlnR every first and Singers to Alto, Ga. ut they may hold their tobacco un which "Abide with me" The Jailer. third Sunday in each month. Sun' Bakers to Cakes, Pa. til the buyers see fit to accord them day Bchool HMD a. m. Prayer moot"Press on, press on" The tailor. Jewelers to Gem, Ind. ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. "Fight the good fight" The pugil fair treatment. Smokers to Weed, Cal. Four Booze Into Sewer. Savllle,. pastor. twelve Eighth. During the last 1st. BaptlBt Church Services morning Printers to Agate, Colo. months the county has been imCarlisle, Ky. .April 23. Four hun- and evening overy second and fourth "Sow In tho morn thy seed." The sleepy to Gap, Pa. poverished and actual suffering has dred bottles of beer wcro broken and Sunday In each month. Sunday school Tho farmer. Succeed when everything else fails. The idle to Rust, Minn. In nervous prostration and female "HelrB of unending life" The coif- been brought about among the coal the liquor poured Into a sewer here 1:43 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed Cranks to Peculiar, Mo. nesday evening. Rov. English, pastor. weaknesses they are the supreme miners on account of slock work, by Police Judgo James E. Plummcr feur. to Paranassus, Pa. every Poets Christian Church Services remedy, as thousands have tettified. e, ".My feet shall never slide" The charged, to tho falluro of the railroad today. Ernest Thompson, of Hcnry-vlllfourth Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7. p. Deadheads to Gratis, O. FOR K1DNEYJ.IVERAND this county, was recently ar- m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. to furnish sufficient cars. In order roofer. Actors to Star City, Ark. STOMACH TROUBLE may be remedied wo rested at about midnight bringing B. Wright pastor. "How firm a foundation" The that this evil It is the best medicine ever sold Perfumers to Aroma, 111. Cumberland Presbyterian Church pledge our candidate for member of tho liquor hero from Paris in a stone mason. over a druggist's counter. Apiarists to Beevllle, Ind. supspring wagon, and tho liquor was bunday school overy Sunday at 9:45 "A glorious day Is dawning" The tho House of Representatives to a. m. Tramps to Grubtown, Pa. port a measure enlarging the powers seized by tho officers. When ho was optimist. SECRET SOCIETIES. Bankers to Deposit, N. Y. Commission tried, Thompson agreed that tho "Oft In danger, oft in woe" The of the State Railroad Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. and A. Small men to Digger, Ind. might confiscate tho liquor, M. moots every first Monday night and making It the dut ?l said Comchauffeur. Widowers to Widows, Ala. In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. r.VlroacU to which was done. "A chargo to keep I have" The mission to require Brokers to Stockvllle, Nov. Mi; Owen Hunter, Secretary. . cars, furnish a sufficient it..nlt-bookkeeper. Old maids to Antiquity, O. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. on fb h.iu .0 t is BUCOWS SKM SUCCBMI "Partners of a glorious hopo" Tho without dlscrlnitnat meets every second and fourth MonLovers to Spoonvllle, Mich. output of coal promptly, fiut I'm day ovcnlngH. Miss Wlllyo Smith, W. SPECIAL OFFER: reformer. BOOKKEEPING Hunters to Deer Trail, Colo. TtUi U U4 Nw.BatlMk A UUlwUl ' OvfckZ'-'o- . Baslmss,Pbsnsgrsphy M.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. "Oh for a faith that wlll not miners may havo steady worj., an. niBMBi tod oar uariustuvub cuimiumh Young ladles to Bangs, Va. Rough Rlvor Lodgo No. .110 Knights iTf rnllfrrlna ui,jimriiiut-- l wo also pledge our supifoit fo- - any shrink" Tho dyer. m t iiiiiiitpltndld I I latt TUl. of Pythias incuts every Tuesday event..uinaiT.-- , Hucksters to Yellvllte, Ark. H TELEGRAPHY ing. W. P. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney nth flnwt Happy tho man who knows" Tho other wise measure, having tor us nnSln la all. Cobblers to Shoo Heel, N. C. i tM li.t-MMiOCAUANTEEB TO PUCAaE. object relier front this intoieramo su- Foster, K. of It. & S. ... .SMfTH I! school teacher. Politicians to Buncombe, N. C. Mention thlt Paptr. Write Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. Iti Pn.ld.nt hi.! Ton of nssrl.net In fa.resritlt "Wo walk by faith of Joys to come" uation. tad tnnklos buriMW, lM n rtn ,n)aUiK 1U.W meets overy first nnd third Thursday The "boys" to Mldwa, S. C. MWWWWtfAMMAAAAMA Ninth. We condemn the present toudi mm inrnmn ivriucrqi. Tho Democrat. Theosophl8ts to Mystic, Conn. nlghtB. R. T. Collins, Commander; SEND lO CENTS S IMMKUBl M. UTB.MxIBBIM.'SCy. "Ten thousand times ten thousand" Domocratlc administration of KenL. P. 'Foreman, .Record Keeper. MtomiiUftM putlDf ut nnln UU Talaaltl Topers to Brandy Station, Va. l pimwiwi a pmi 17 tucky for Its extravaganco through T H9wmf Lodgo No. 339 1. O. O. P. promoter. Acme Tho MHIU1I mrwm Physicians to Doctortovwi, Ga. llrUT la. Ma twwm m m.flHl J IMll wl MMI run "Why search the ruturo and tho Increase of salaries, creation of count .tpasBssSBBgSjSlBHBIBHlMHBlBSBM meets overy 'second and fourth Friy hi pauA Ga. inn Hwuim Puzzle fiends to RIddloton, t, day nights lireach mo-tl- i. ,mn C. Al. less, needless offices, and enormous past? Tho Idler. Drummers to Modest Town, Va. Noblo Urand; W. It. havo resulted appropriations which "Tho morning light Is breaking" Secretary. Druggists to Balsam Lako, Wis. in tho largest State debt In many Tho ' night watchman. Hartford Tamp .'r 2'12 W. O. W. Prohibitionists to Drytown, Cal. moots eve'r- - u :ond una fourth Satre "How sweet, how heavenly Is tho years, and wnicn is Buro w Chewton, Pa. Tho gum brlgado to urday 'Hill'. a n each month. Leslie quire an Increaso in taxation through Political orators to Stumptown, Pa. night," Tho optician. Bcij 'U, ( ur.'ll Commander; W. C. , "Art thou weary? Art thou lan- some form. Wo condemn it for Its ( , rk. Newly married couplea to Dllss, Mich fniiR'Mni jllvn N'n. 12. I., fi T. AT.. guid?" Tho physician. passage of tho Confederate pension Jiflr-'t"every first und third Frlda "Now Bweoplng down tho years bill and Its reiusal to iay these Ladies! ave Mosey mi Keep ia( nl iHb In each mouth. Mrs. Attvo Reuntold" Tho chambermaid. men, many or whoso claims have Style by Readiag McCaU't FOR FLETCHER'S T-r- " kJrufln, Lady Commander; Mrs. ula flector. been proven for months, 'under tho i'enuioton, Lady Record Kec.icr. Hagsaie tad Usiax McCtll Pattenw Keystono Cliaptor No. 110, R. A protext that tho bill 'Is unconstitutionMcUfi Mamlatnlll. M., meets every third Saturday night Palmist Suddenly Disappears. al,, although having, appointed offiGarb. In Nature's MSCAU.S MvUMZUiC liiiln you diets tirl In each month. John T. Moore High iMr st u inwlrrilo 111., May 12. After ho Henderson, Ky., May 11. Profes- cials under tho act, who aro drawSprlngflold, Priest; W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. cxpoiisqLy koeplur -condomn It AMERICAN SOCIETY OP EQUTY. tou uoncd on Itia "HotmagU nVrs'lmpcfrUnt k bad Jumped from a wlmijw on tho sor Roberts, who advertised himself ing their salaries. We l.i leu (anbloni la . Penal In- i m tot boms tbsn1-clear.National Officers President, Ira M. ateaar (iiuuei ouu ubu, tu second floor of the Park Hotel in as Amercla's Master Mind Clair- for Its 'falluro 'to place the J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi.Mint. insure.' una or sewns; Ktw Fatblon Ueilgm tho Stalo under a nonthis city B. V. Hoppe, of Columbus, voyant and Palmist," who has been stitutions of Uh.'oU'tuM burns cwsr sua In racn Usuo. Alio dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; pass cieu "without a'fllcker .down to M Secretary & Treas., II. O. Tank, Wau-sataltubl lufonnallon Ohio, traveling salesman for a cloth- In this city for soveral weeks, with" partisan commission; refusal to ' the ' last ' drop. fennyvani mi all borao aud pcr compensation act; a Wis. kcruds ell reOnod' to Ddrfsctlon. ' ing company, walked in the vicinity offlco In the Rankin Building, has a workman's winal oiulitrs. Culr 7 -1 loworlng State Officers President, J. H. COiU no ftdf. thaij'tha UnitHW jrar. Includlnir, of the St. Nicholas Hotel, ono of the IqTti tho city suddenly, it is alleged corrupt praetlce'aot; 'and for a frco palteui. SukV Princeton, Ky : Vice Presiwaion! idq lave munmi .leading hotels here, clad only In na- that ho obtained ?' 0 rrora a fanner, theohool per capita. Woateo 'confrriliu todaf or tend 'Saves "WORK aved are. dent, J. 11. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; IsWaVSBSVSBSBBaiBi Ki lot frcum()la gopf. p o havo been demn' the "unanimous- tendency 'of the Secretary & Trcas., S. 11. Hr bertson, ture a tarb, at 5 o'clock this morn- who, In return, kkCaU PtiUru mil timliloiiu to niaka In Tour officials, from Govern6r'l,down, n, "Works. Calhoun, Ky:; Organizer, T, H. told who was sowing grass seed in State ing oku liuino. w lib yuiftuun li?ad cl(.iblurfor 'iooklrig ' ahead Hartford, Ky. Touraclfand rnlldanu wliUh will bo ofoct (Jurat at other hotels In tho lo tho tobacco plant beds in this section, to play politics, by In tlylu and lit. rrtr tUSl , Members State Executive Board-B- en lookcaota Baud forfroa l'aiitriiCaUlutu. i. cality stretched a point to gain a the farmer doubtless thinking be f6r'sosne,other Job, lastead ofof Wstson. Wobster county; J. W. -the Mntereets WaVal Ofa Ta flaa fraaato til rrtilo( . ih look at his 'manly figure until one would collect iho, $2,000.. reward of- ing after 'the Tttal r Dunn, Daviess county, Henry Plrtle, acrlptionaaraooiturrnrn(1i. BaaSrorH-aSttte, whomlthey are RatMrr at "rVarrea, TV. I'rsmluin Caialocuo and Vain, Drua QCTor. L Ohio county ; E. I. Ray, Hardin counMm curious told the police, who found fered. There are others who would people of.' tie 'iWsj'sa the csUbratat " latUl CaSfiNT, OtkUllatM lUKHMSC m ty; O. Q, Davenport, Warren county. , Cart- - Aute OU. 4 Jt necessary to borrow a sheet at tho like to know the whereabouts of tho sworn1 tor serve.' Ohio county officers L. D. Tich'Tsiith.-Oacandidate "tor' member M. Nicholas Hotel to shield the naU- - professor. Directory lat corn-growin- Dca-ma- n. Kk-ctlo- - Otto C. Martin at Barnes & Smith. Attorneys at corn-growi- d. ot-er- d, ARTHUR Attorney at D. KIRK Children Ory 13.-"From CASTORIA t Uts-trlc- lsl-bl- J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public I PREPARED M. i mm f W. H. RILEY Hartford, Children Ory CASTORIA Electric Bitters SEEDS' m t r -- "sA, y !. to-da- y; I gf .!". J IJar-not- llo-iric- -- Wb'-l&cic- Children Ory CASTORIA Wth9Lmmpqifthmt W Savtm Ey4 ,, J u, Bal-mal- C'SttfMGfw npno-hlrbo- li a iuj.,, J ui USE SNAKES TO KILL SNAKES Rules Governing Pony Contest. 1. Children Cry for Flttcher's Botrth America Hat Dlieoverad an' age of 1C years, living In Excellent Way to Cope With the ty, mny enter tho contest. Universal Any boy or girl not over tho Ohio coun- Pett Tln Bonght, n"l which has been linn hnrnn 41k. ainnn.. nnd as been mado under his , Ai?nl BI,Pcrvlsln slnco its Infancy. C&c yon in tins. " All Counterfeits, Imitations" and ",,u v" ucccivo . nro but ... I'.YiMtrliiiKiitii lm- 4lri.. ...in. ...I Infants and Clilldreu-Exncrlc- uco ugalnut Experiment. n2V$lvVfty8 ".Tiist-nH-eood" - SJr0 per-7&j- &ts Is for Castor Oil, Pare Boric, Drops ntul Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. Ifc contains nulthcr Opium, Morphlno nor other Nnrcotio substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays I- evcrishncss. For more than thirty years It lias been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation,, llatulcncy, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhiea. It rcgulatos tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend - What is CASTORIA Cnsforla a harmless snhstltnto . GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SJBcais the Signatur of In South America, whero the snaker pest Is a very serious proposition, they nro now using snakes to catch, makes. j Even In tho moat civilized parts of Draill over 1,000 persons are killed annually by snake blto. Tho mongoose, which proved so et fcctlvo In Jamaica nnd elsewhere, Is ot llttlo uso here. Necessity Is tho mother of invention, and nature and' science together have at last dlscov ered something which It Is hoped exterminate tho dreadful pest. Tho dlscovory Is nothing else than a "bcneflclent" snako which is harmless to man, and which kills and cats the poisonous species. Tho mussurana, as It Is called, is-thick, muscular snake about four feet long. It is possessed of an Insatiable appetite for poisonous vipers, and It can tell of thc approach ot ono In tho same way that a pointer will, "scent" game. When tackling its prey, which Is frequently considerably, bigger than Itself, the "good" snake assumes a lethargic air as If It were, glutted with food and could not fight Seeing this the bad snake Immediately attacks. This is Just what the other wants; for, being rendered by nature completely Immune from the poison, it. seizes Its enemy before it has had' time to recover from tho charge, and gives a fatal bite at the base of the. , brain. MUCH IN 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, 1913, and shall close on Saturday June 28, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will bo printed In Tho Hartford Republican for tho first four weeks of tho contest. These coupons when properly filled out may bo Voted 111" nnvnno for nnv pnntont. ant. To bo completo they must In clude tho border. To bo counted they must bo brought or mailed, (ns shown by nostninrk) to this office on or before tho date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants will bo furnished with receipts to bo given for all payments on subscriptions, and as manv sample copies of Tbo Republican as dosircd. 4. Special voting coupons will be Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can be voted at any time during the contest. Tho number of votes Indicated will In no manner be changed during the progress of tho contest. One great secret of youth and beauty for tho young vroman or the mother Is tho proper understanding ol her womanly system and Every woman, yound or old, should knout litrself and her physical make up. A good way to crrive at this knowledge it to fct n good doctor book, tuch for Instance, as "Ths" People's Commu.i Seine Medical Adviser," by R. V. 1 .erce, M. D., which can readily be procured by sending thirty-on- e cents for cony, addressing Dr. Pierce, at Buffalo, N. Y, The womanly system is a dslicato machine which can only be compared to the Intricate mechanism of n beautiful watch which rill keep in good running order only with gaod care and thc proper oiiing ct tho right time, so that the delicate mectf nnism may not oa tsorn out. Very many times young women get old or ru;i dawn before their time through ignorance and the improper handling of this human mechanism. Mental depression, a confused head, backache, headache, or hot flashes and many symptoms of derangement of the womanly syitcra can bo avoided by a proper understanding of what to do, la those trying times that come to all women. well-beincloth-bound HOW TO PRESERVE YOUTH AND BEAUTY. llp Mrs. Vtu-tAiis- . Mrj. G. II. VilliaU3, of Lynnhoven, Vn., wr?te: "It Is six rears? 1 had f emila trouWo nnd all tlia doctor tinea mjr health iravo 1 1 employed three) said I would die. I was not able to do my work. I'M to hlro Romcoro all tho tlm. Finally, I road In tho papers about Dr. Fierce 3 Favor! to Prescription, and decided to try It. I had not tiUcn but. ono Imttlo until I found It had dono mo I took. In all, fve liottlen of Tavorlto Proscription' and two of 'Golden Medical Dtaoyory. and now I am nhla tn ifa all mv hmiunrlr. nnt Ii,m ...int fourteen pounds. I cdvleall women who suffer from f nslo trouble toti. rour raiorllrtl'rescript.'an.' It's the uulyml!clni on earth." ifJ. JAMES & CO., First Class Center-town- , t SCHEDULE OF VOTES FOR SUB- Uiveryi-tieti - Kentucky. -- SCRIPTIONS. year One $1.00.... 200 votes Two years 2.00.... COO votes Three years 3.00.... 1,000 votes Four years 4.00.... 1,400 votes Flvo years COO.... 2,000 votes 5. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member ot their immediate family, may enter the con- Prompt Attention and Good Service. 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TuUcsUl I hHi Ir ST4MM-k m4 Jhu jijmuiu. I roiuf oi.u. rtwh, 'nmup. Hatlf Action OUaVTsUltetid Of TOOT ' mnnATrefuntitHL Fe nnivnir rii..iiA.ncbtJfliBistoriMli-- - .sima.aauaM .a T7Ts ..... . -' sjBvfrsnsis rKSM5MPJJiKteW!!s& fn aarlw. how to oltus i". "" Bulntst ifirret villh Washington TU ..... Mtt nt Umt, Meatloa tptjPapir HRIXD 38 GBNTi MlTkMtlt tht4 ttlwU I Is s4 9ltMf u4 fmi TrTrf?:. . z:.- k- -- t.k ... u Tun tvu - iu.i.. iiiuii b AN bm. Writs todMy Kb L .IM IsTl fc .1 KwItM. -. I I Ptttnt tnd Infrfnpmint Pnctlc toluilwiy, '"",",,",7 ". "s. ... afamwwMqrl4ff J . .. ' 1U UN CslUstUt. I tiVws UI vrnti. fr fcJW IktgTMiMl Uve4 TU1 avLkBaiaatsswtB a. ,( . -ais --. fc 1 k j Stbtt Itrat, WAiHinQTani u Mtf Vftltol IWtM OAot, tvll. W, WCkMI .m ibm BOCZ70U), XXX. innniv n Votes can not be bought, and Man Uniformly Courteous, Has an Ad- - once issued to, or cast for, any con, testant, may not be transferred to vantage Over Rival With Morose Bearing. another. All subscriptions secured by contestants, together with the A pleasing manner Is an important money for Bame, are the property of essential to. success In any business. A gentle, courteous manner will win rec- The Hartford Republican and must be ognition anywhere. So much depends turned Into this office. Subscriptions upon first impressions, and these are taken in tho name of one contestant favorable or unfavorable according to may not be transferred to another whether a man is polite and courteous In any manner, but must be turned or brusque and nervous In bear- in to this office and counted for the ing. ono in whose name they were seWo cannot always Judge a man by says or does, but the way In cured. Any contestant dropping out what he which he Bays or does a certain of the contest will lose the votes thing will prove the best index to his cast for them. i7. Contestants, or their friends, character. A pleasant, courteous bearing will need not tell anybody anything about help a man to success In business, their votes; It they do, they must where a boorish, impatient manner tell the truth or they will be ruled will turn away customers. The brusque man may be as well meaning out of the contest. S. No subscription may be taken as his moro affable rival, but people have not tho tlmo nor inclination to for more than five years in advance, find out what is beneath the rude ex- but in addition an old subscriber may terior; they prefer to patronize the pay all arrears owing and votes will man who makes It plain that It Is a bo jssued accordingly, thus, say for pleasure to serve; that tho'world is a' a total of seven years: 2 years Armighty pleasant place, and that he is rears 500 votes, C years In advance glad to be alive. If you are not the possessor of a 2,000 votes, total 2,500 votes. 9. Voting coupons and subscrippleasant manner, start In to acquire it. You will find it an Immense help In tions must be sent direct to the Conmaking a success of anything you test Editor. Money sent by mall must be registered, money order or check, otherwise The Hartford Republican will not bo held responsible for it Enriching the Language. The growth and change which aro in any way. inseparable from all living language 10. Votes can be secured only by cannot fail to Interest the student, and the means set forth in these rules. a Bpecial Interest attaches to the in11. No contestant will receive any n corporation of the names of men. Thus Wellington has aid from Tho Hartford Republclan come to mean a sort of boot; Broug- about' any contestant's vote. No count ham, a carriage, and Gladstone, appro- of the votes will be made at any priate enough, a traveler's bag, as time, until the final count, when the that great man advocated the "bag and winners will bo announced. The balbaggage policy, which seems likely at lot box will be in plain view in length to be adopted. this office. The box will be securely Other names have been turned into verbs as well as nouns. For Instance, locked and tho key deposited at tho the murderer Burke's ,namo Is per- Bank of Hartford until time for fipetuated in the words to burne, burk- nal count. ed, burking and burklsm, while In 13. The contestant, boy or girl. quite recent times Captain Boycott's who receives the highest number of experiences resulted in the language votes will receive a first class, gentle being enriched by the phrases to and well broken Shetland Pony toboycott, boycotter, boycotting, etc. The most notable caso was prob- gether with a full sot of harness ably that of the great and good man, and a pony buggy nnd will be given Rev. T. Bowlder, D. .D., who by pub- to the winner after count is made. lishing a "family edition" of Shake- The contestant, boy or girl who respeare In 1881, added the words ceives the second highest vote will "bowldlerize" and "bowlderlsm" to our recelve,a S30. bicycle; If boy is winlanguage. Exchange. ner, a boy's bicycle and If' girl Is winner, a girl's bicycle. Tho contest Good Reason. ant, boy or girl, who receives the "I don't have the kiddle at the thea-te- r third highest vote will receive a $1.5 very often," said an actor who re- gold watch. cently returned to Npw York for 'the 14. Three competent and impartial usual brief run in a house whero tho bill changes weekly, "but during tho judges will bo selected to count tho holidays I let his mother bring him votes on hour the contest closes. by entering 13. All contestants, down for a matinee, and arranged to havo a box for them. The youngster this contest, bind themselves to acremained remarkably quiet (for htm) cept and abldo by tho foregoing during the entire performance. rules. "That evening at dinner I jesting16. Tho publishers ot Tho Hartly remarked: ford Republican shall at all times "'Son, bow did you manage be be willing and glad to furnish any In so good during the show?' , formation in regard to the contest. "Ills answer surprised me. '"Do you think I wanted you to 17. Tho hour of closing tho conscold mo, daddy, before all those peo- test will be announced by publicaple V" tion In tho issue of the week pre ceding tho close. well-know- at Twice-a-WeekOwensb- Twice-a-Wee- ... Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. 4 YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes ! V Statements Cards And other printed forms are given Special Attenton In The Republican Job Department. Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was got a so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet bottle of Cardui,- - at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." I- - 'QSITtONS' Plentiful , 771 JOCWYffl4 77a ra 3Wsfnessjr&nirstxxrioi 'n&SjTfriO'etdt ReSBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSSwaawB wffr . d&ft J3owng Green, Hfr wfMPerMwtfrfi Great Soldi. r's Mistake. When General Moreau waa In England ba was once the victim of a He rather droll misunderstanding. waa present at a concert where a piece waa sung by the choir with the. ' retrain: , "Tomorrow", tomorrow." Having a very imperfect knowledge of English, he fancied It to be a cantata given In his honor, and thought, j bo distinguished the words: "To Moreau, to Moreau." Each time the refrain waa repeated he rose to his feet and gracefully bowed on all aides, to the great aston-- , lshment ot the audience, who did sot' know whit to make of it. Lanio back Is usually caused by rhoumatlsm ot the muscles of the back, for which you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by all dealers. There never was a time whon peo ple appreciate the real nierlts of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more than now. This is shown by tho in crease in sales and voluntary testi monials from persons 'who have been cured by it. It you or your chih dren are troubled with a oeugh or cold give it a trial and become acquainted with its good qualities. For ale by all dealers. Cardui womlnTonic Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. th signs of weak nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask vour drupclst about it He knows, lie sells 1L i over-wor- U , Writ to: Lsdict' Adrian itr Jfesiau MilraeMnu, sad Deet, CksMuooM book. " Horn Q CUtUnooto. Tea, TfMBswot lor Woauo, KM iret. J a) Mta Li.. a- -i 'lWi'ft jsN .i ntntU J -- TTssv - Anooncements. FOB REPRESENTATIVE. We arc au'thdrlzed to announce N. JU. WHITE, of Olaton precinct, as n a mndldAte (or tho RopUbll'enn for member of tho Houso of Rcprcoentatlrcs from Ohio county, mairfect to the, General Primary EIcc-ito.Sat. August 2, 1013. noml-malion. Undent of Schools of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. Is justly proud of his medal. 'us-i-" Baseball News. FOR JAILER. Wo aro authorized to announce rJ. W. DUVALL, of Select voting precinct ,as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the offloo of Tho opening gamo of tho baseball Jailer of Ohio county. General Pri- season for Hartford was played hero mary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. Saturday afternoon at tho now ball park, opposite tho L. & N. depot, Wc arc authorized to announco W. rorusvlllc played against Hartford, P. MIDKIFF as a candidate for the tho score being 13 to 4 in favor of Republican nomination for Jailer of the homo team. Tho attendnaco was Ohio county. General Primary Elec- much better than had been expected by tlio manager, Colonel Ileg Caae-bio- r. tion Sat. August 2, 1913.. We are authorized THE SCORE. 4 Fordsvlllo..O 10 0 0 0 10 2 13 6 2x Hartford ..2 The llno-u- p of tho teams was ns follows: HARTFORD J. Taylor, ss; Rosenblatt 3d; Rlckard 2d and p; Barnott, p. and 2d; Hunter 1st; Thomas, If; Turley c; King rf; R. Taylor, cf; A. Glenn, sub. FORDS-VILL- E B. Owen 3d; C. Greer c; R. Foreman If: Burnett ss; E. Mason p; R. Heddn rf; Whltler 1st; Rhodes 2d; Royal cf. Llvcrmoro vs. 'Hartford at Hartford hall park tomorrow afternoon, 2:30. ?;-- .. Examinations for Teachers. Tho first examination for teachers will bo hold at Hartford, Slay 10 and 17: second nt Fordsvillc, June 20 and 21; third at Hartford, July 18 and 19; fourth nt Hartford, Aug. 15 and 16. HENRY LEACH, Supt. fi V a to announce JOHN' C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route FOR COUNTY JUDGE. 1, as a candidate for the Democratic ' Ve aro authorized to announce nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. T33SQ. JMACIC COOK, of Arnold vo- General Primary Election, Sat. Auting jpsffinct, a candidate for the'Re-- , gust 2, 1913. jpufeUmn nomination for Judge of J3hlo County 'Gourt. .General Primary We are authorized to announce C. .iSlecOon Sat. .August 2, 1913. P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for tho Democratic nom' Ws are authorized to announce M. ination for the offlco of Jailer of as a candidate for Ohio county, subject to the General Xu JiEAVRIN ifce Republican nomination for Cou- Primary Election, Saturday, August nty Judge of Ohio county, subject to 2, 1913. Abe General Primary Election, Sat. .August 2, 1913. We aro authorized to announce JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., 'We are authorized to announce J. as a candidate for the office of Jailer IIL .MILES, of Paradise, a candidate of Ohio county, subject to tho Genj&ce the Republican nomination for eral Primary Election, Saturday, AuJcdg- of Ohio county court. General gust 2 1913. IWmar.y Election, Sat. August 2, ;!912. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announco TOM We are authorized to announce L. COX, of Roslne, as a candidate for 'S. TK3HENOR of Hartford, Ky., the Republican nomination for the ofzwvte 5, as a candidate for the Demfice of Assessor of Ohio County, subocratic nomination for the office of ject to the General Primary Election, County Judge of Ohio county, sub1913. ject to , the action, of , the General Saturday August 2, (Srlmacy, Saturday, August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce DILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct. TFOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. a candidate for the Republican nomi 'We are authorized to announce C. nation for Assessor of Ohio county. VS. SMITH a candidate for the Repub- General Primary Election Sat. August lican nomination for County Attorney 2. 1913. of Ohio county. General Primary .Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce G. WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as a ' We are authorized to announce D. candidate for the Republican nomina TBAKER RHOADS. of Beaver Dam, a tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the General Elec s&&tHdate for the Republican nomination for County Attorney of Ohio tion, Saturday Aug., 2, 1913. county. General Primary Elcctlqp, We are authorized to announce L. Sat. August 2, 1913. B. LONEY as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the of FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. fice of Asessor of Ohio county, sub We are authorized to announce C ject to the General Primary Elec O. HUNTER, of Hartford.as a candt-2at- e tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. for the Republican nomination FOR CORONER. Xor tha office of' County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce Dr. d Ohio County. General Primary A. B. RILEY as a candlddate for the JSJcatlon, August 2, 1913. jfflce of Coroner, of Ohio County sub. iect to the action of the Republican We are authorized to announce arty at the General Primary August 1913. CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver Dam, Ky., candidate for the RepubFOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. lican nomination .for County Court We are authorized to announce W. Oerfc of Ohio county. General II. PIERCE, of Roslne precinct, a Election Sat. August 2, 1913. candidate for the Republican nomi Wti are authorized to announce J. nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro T. BUI) HOAGTLAND, route 5, Har slne Magisterial District. General Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. rfarcL for the Republican nomination -Prl-.-nia- jy We are authorised to announce W. Flencr, of Ucavor Dam, Ky., as candidate for tho Republican nomi nation for tho offlco of momber of tho Home of Representatives from Ohio co4inty, aubjqcjt'ito tho General Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. 3J- Prl-aia- msxi Sheriff's Sa'e. By virtue of an execution Issued from tho Daviess crlcuit court In favor of Luvlsa B. Foster, administratrix of John B. Foster, deceased, against C. E. Baxley, 1 or one of my deputlos will on Monday, June 2, 1913 botween tho hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. at tha court house door In Hartford, Ky., offer for sale tho following real estate, or so much thereof as Is necessary to satisfy tho above execution, amounting to $302.50; with Interest nt tho rate of six per cent from the 17th day of February, 1890, subject to a credit of $150, paid December 5, 1S92, and also the further sum of $10.10 adjudged as costs. 193 acres of land In Ohio county. Kentucky, and bounded and described as follows: First tract, beginning at two beeches and a white oak. corner of Charles Belfs land; thence S. 40, W. 20 poles to an ash stump; thence S. SO, W. 100 poles to three white oaks; thence N. 40, S, 160 poles to two beeches and sweot gum; thence N. SO, W. 142 poles to two small black oaks,'' sivantsh oak and black oak and black gum; thence S. 22 West to the beginning, containing 100 acres. Second tract, containing 93 a., same conveyed to James Duke by William Duke by Joseph Smith; for reference see record Ohio county court clerk's office. The above land conveyed to Charles E. Baxley and W. D. Gray jointly by John R. Phippa and Magglo D. Phlpps, January 14, 1901, and of record In Ohio county court clerks office, deed book 2S, , page 49. And levied on as tho property of C. E. Baxley to satisfy the above dobts T. H. BLACK, 44t3. Sheriff Ohio County. 1- -2 -- v 03010 wtwm k v ""'"WJUilJSasUZ Help the lassies and lads in the great Pony Contest. It's a good deposit in the bank of happiness and pays 1000 per cent. AVr ROSENBLATT'S Mr. !3 POSE AT BAT. ?a- - HPUBh uIHkj rmMtaaTamam waaaaajaaaaaa wrflBrST afllB saaaaram amaaaaawamaa. J. C. Her, who for the past years lias been a baseball "bug", acted as official umpire, and gave fine satisfaction; In fact he always satisfies better than tho ordinary umpire. C. O. (Mutt) Hunter played first for Hartford and certainly delivered the goods. My, but it was great to see him try to run when ho knocked a two bagger In the first, and then In the second he made more fun when he broke one of tho best bats belonging to the Hartford bunch. WOOL CARDING be ready for carding wool about June 15. Any one can begin bringing or "Will fV aaanMMVaaaaaaaarTTuttlktaat''lt t'tfi&t'fX'fwwr1"! - YaraalaaM saaaaaataawaaafaaOEac .ksmhihb 21ZimW&mMmiatMMMMWMmmMMMMMMmMMMtimMMMMMmCW M for, new "things. VeareontheWatch ANY--THIN- RE50LVED V CJ in Rlckard made a dandy put-othe first half or tho fifth when hi caught a short fly from the bat of Hedden. ut i iSai the offlco of County Court Cleric af Ohio county, General Primary Elec-tUoSat. August 2, 1913. W n, ways pay freight. Wool will be carded and shipped back Rlckard went In tho box In the We are authorized to announce sixth, for Hartford and did good as quick as possible. We fura work. ED SHOWN, of Beda- precinct, nish grease and card at 7c candidate for the Republican nomina- Again Hunter made fun when In tho second he fanned with the bases full. shipping in at anytime after that date. In shipping, al- IN OUR. .STORE AT THE LOWEST PJIICC KEEP UP WITH TIME.S- - WHEN NEW COMZS OUT YOV CAN FIND IT we the: &3HH WaaaaaaWtaWM'Waaaaaaam tion for Justice of the Peace In Hartto announce ford district, General Primary elec.SEP. T. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell tion Sat. August 2, 1913. jireclnct. a candidate for the Republican nomination for Clerk of Ohio We aro authorised to announce county. General Primary Election, W1NSON SMITH, of Select precinct, .Saturday, August 2, 1913. a candidate for the Republican nomination for Justice of the Peace of We are authorized to announce LOJ Roslne Magisterial District. General SJUTtL of Hartford, Route G, as a Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. candidate for the Democratic noml-foatffor tho office of County Court We are authorized to announce J. CIork of Ohio county, subject to the A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a (xotlon of the General Primary, candidate for tho Republican nominaAugust 2, 1913. tion for Justice of tho Peace, of the Sulphur Springs district. General Prl mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. FOR SHERIFF. 'We aro authorized to announco S. Wo aro authorized to announce J. JA. JMIATCUEH as a candidate for M. CHANCELLOR, of Ceralvo preilhe Ztopublicau nomination for Sheriff of Ohio county, subject to the cinct, a canddlato for the Republican General Primary Election, Saturday, nomination for Justice of Peace in tho Ceutertown District. General .August 2. 1913. Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. are authorized Whltler caught beginning the sixth for tho visitors. Herbert King Is always counted as a sure hoine runner every time he goes to bat, but Saturday ho failed to deliver tho goods, and fanned three times out of five times up. However, ho partially redeemed himself In the sixth when he knocked a dandy two-- ' bager. Burnett went In the 'box In ,the eighth to relieve Mason. per pound. J. F. Overton will help do the carding. For further information, write or call on SSSWWUaaaaaaW WaMlgfSKmaW "rlaaaaarii. fmKawSsssj eu J. W. CHEEK On M. H. & E. R. R. Near ifi-c- u- aSSaaaaaaaWaaaaT THE STYLES AND SHAVES IN OUR DRY Sat-ucrdt- y, Fordsvllla, Hunter was the first to put tho pill over tho now fence. Al Barnott did tho best batting of ASKIN, KY. a tho entire Hartford flvo times up ho made bunoh. Out of tho scores. INSURANCE We represent the LIFE GOODS DEPARTMENT ARE RIGHT UP To YOU WILL NOT NEED To THE MINlTE. .SHOP Rosenblatt, on third, was terrible on spiking Foreman, of tho visitors. A lot of errdra were made by the ARolND IF Yol NEED-S- ; COME .STRAIGHT To SVM-M- ER OUR .STORE FOR YOUR 5PRING AND YOU WILL FIND We are authorized to announce S. X2l KEOWN as a candidate for tho Xilhimbllcaii nomination for tho of Sheriff of. Ohio county, subject to the Gcnoral Primary Elec-- . tioa, Sat. August 2, 1913. of-Jfl-co Royal R4KIN6 POWDER A Pure, Grape Cream Tartar Baking Powder I THE HIGH ' locals, but that was expected as It was the first time that tho entire team had played together. Next Saturday afternoon thoro will be a big game here. Llvermoro t Security Life Insurance of Chicago the best companies doing business Greatest percentage of assets to the liabilities of any company. one of to-da- y. QUALITY YOU WANT IN OUR .STORE, AT THE LOWEST PRICED, CON.SI.STENT WITH -- to announco S. 'B. BENNETT a candidate for the .Democratic nomination for Sheriff o Ohio county, subject to the Geu--cr- al Primary Election, Sat. August .2, 1913. We are authorized thinks GooDMERCHANDI.SE. HOUR-GLA-S.S NOOLD-FA-SHION- ED thoy can boat Hartford, from Missouri. but wo are METHODS WITH VS. WE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. "We are authorized to announce 2HENRY LEACH aa a candidate for Une Republican nomination for Coun-it- y School Superintendent of Ohio . pmntv nanorfll 1rllnni.v WWiMInn tSat August 2,- - 1913. 'VXo .VOHN RmyaJ Baking Pwwmwr vmm Among the ladles who accompanied the Fordsvlllo team here Saturday were Mrs. Clarence Koown, Mrs. I. S. Mason and Miss Isnia Mason and little Miss Mary Mason; Misses Beu-la- h Martha Greer, Mabel Kelly, Mary Louise Flemlster, Rachel Haynes nod Louise Lewis; also Messrs. Russell Cooper, Edgar Wedding and Stanley Jones. Edwin Mason did not make a star of himself in playing ball Saturday, but he Is some star when It comes to pulling dQwn the medal In a hot ly contested declamatory contest. He J KEEP RIGHT UP TOTHE MINUTE. X i We Have Interesting Proposition. An Let us explain it to you. Call or write CARSON & CO, INCORPORATED, thm flavor fmmm are authorized to announce W. R. IIEDRICK.-- - Hartford. OwcQsboro. of West Fords-vlll- e precinct, for the Republican, juawluatioa for tho office of Superln- W. ODELL, fulmmmm mi tarn A. S. TANNER, - Hartford, Kentucky. I u & is0 .., -- r.... 1, .urn., nm,iMfjitmjH&&