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FUSION TICKET HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY,,KY., FJRIDAY, MAY 23, 1913. vldcs that he shall possess them at nor, and daughters, Ruth, agglo and' LIFE PROLONGED tho tlmo of tho election." KENTUCKY FOLK Powell; Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Chapman, BATTLE MANNERS In tho same letter Mr. Logan says: and' llttlo daughter. Alga; Mr, and "Tho law provides that a Circuit or Mrs. P. A. Robertson, Ethel Dow, I.N ANIMALS County Clerk shall not bo eligible to and Vivian Mlllef; Aubred Doyle that offlco unless he first obtains a Mr. and Mrs. Virgil RIggs nnd chilcertificate of qualification from tho dren, John and Wade; Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Court, and It also is providChester Tlchenor, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Many Famous Names CanAs Result of Scientific Tests ed that a candidate for County School To Collect and Preserve Republicans, Progressives, Wood, Mr. J. D. Wade, Miss AmanSuperintendent shall possess a cerda Wade, Mrs. J 11. Kuykendall and not Be Recalled. Songs, etc. That Are Made. tificate of qualification, but it Is not Independents Together. daughter, Lottlo; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. requred that canddatcs for either of Ann, Jack Maddox nnd children, Sally theso offices shall possess such cor Noel and Claudls- Mr. and Mrs. BerSlip One's Memory As Soon AsWckens Heart Is Removed,Fro- - tiMcatcs before ho is eligible to en- - Legends and Customs of Our Stile ry Tlchenor and daughter, Mr. and Leaders Recognize Little Can be Mrs. John Dell and son; .Mr. and Mrs. ter the primary." School Days Become Thing to be Written About is zen, Then Thawed and Charles Turner and daughter, Cath-llnDone Against Common Enemy A Card. Of The Past. Mrs. Margaret TIchherior.iMlBB The Intention. Pulsates for Time. Hartford, Ky., May 19, 1913. Nolllo Qoodall, Mr. and Mrs. Worth By Keeping Apart 11. L. Carter, James Carter, Messrs. Tlchenor and son, Jin and Mrs Ever-- 7 I ! R. B. Whtttlnghlll and others: ct Tlchenor and Baby; Mrs. W. P. The place that looks at a battle, 20. Scientists May Baltimore, Attention of the readers of tbt Gentlemen: Yielding to the urgent v Tho Lexington Leader says: Tlchenor and children; Mr. and Mrs. more or less Important to keep its and .laymen alike are Interested In efforts of tt t not of olve8 but i taper is called to the ...-of the unanimity of children;- - Mr. and name fresh and green in th public's thn reniArknliln nnnnrntua Inatnlled Asa result J. P. Ross and . -- . . a .n tumeu xemucny 1 .. ir manv voters In cverv section of.'13":"" which characterized tho joint Mrs. M. D. Ashby and sons; Mr. memory has about as much of a in the histological laboratory of the .. . .. M .,, Lore Society. This Society is try tn conference of Republicans and Pro- -' Ross; Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Tlch- chance to realize its ambition as a John Hopkins University- - by which ' ing to collect and preserve all kind comln. Q(m irossivcs at Fusion headquarters Sa- enor and children; 'Mr. and Mrs. O. man whoso hopes of Immortality de- tho investigators have, by the use'a, name pr, of which there Is muck fop R bHam nom. of folk-lorafternoon, a Fusion or Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Balrd, pend on a cigar that bears bis name. of liquid air. discovered "latent Me." , H. turday ,nat(m for Co AM of Wo In Kentucky. The Society dearies tie ticket for tho various county of- land son; Mr. and' Mrs. L. H. Tlchq-jnRecently you have read and heard a stage between life and death. They county assistance of all good Kentucklaaa, C. much of Kirk Ktlllsse, Lule Burgas, fice in Fayctto county will bo put and sons; Mr. and Mrs. R. have.also revvedapparently dead or- -l ,t had nQt ben de8lr8 be. so' that tho unprinted songs, legend), Into tho field to bo voted for at the Tlchenor and daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Tchatalja, Mustafa Pasha, Salonika ga.nl.rais, If only for a short period, comQ a candWate t any customs etc., of our State, some of coming November election. 0lce M. Bishop and son; Dr. 6. W: and Adrlanople, but what are these months 10. after all signs of life have which are passing away with tW ,8 whQ hafl ovc ! M This decision, which was reaohed Crowe; Ray Vincent, Arnold Bennett, names going to mean to you in three disappeared. ,,,,,, m,i ...Mo. win nf 'generation, may be recorded after mora than an hour's discussion Mr. and Mrs. Alva Calloway and son; o four decades, Providence granting Not only cold blooded but warm .. , Many roaders of this article of tho situation by tho leaders of both Mr. P. R. Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. you at least that much longer. blooded organisms have been Tevlv- - of tfae exten8,ve wmatK&i which 'help In the work. The school parties, was embodied in a resolution R. D. Robertson and children; Mrs. . .. , Some Idea of the answer may be ed. Chickens' hearts hae been . ... tMuhom nt thn muntv am mnArfal- presented by Henry T. Duncan, one John T. Casebler. years, Inada to pulsate after months of had by going back thirty-fiv- e , elecUoniy m a position to get unprfatft a,d ,n Ba do, of tho recognized Progressive leadwhen the Balkan Peninsula was the finement la tho vacuum of liquid air of thjj dck ot blch ,8 t0 be nanied' songs that children and otler Looking to Fusion. ers of the last Presidential campaign, scene of another great struggle, the i&n Republicans and Progressives sing. , The following are the ata and clearly indicated that tho Prowar. We have talked, Tne Investigations Carlisle, Ky., May 18. A Joint meet Russo-Turkis- h started with uQn that the Society is ptotforin recenUy adopted of folk-lor- e Regressives arc willing to meet the lng of tho Republicans and Progrespersons who read all the war tne. ,uggesUon of one of the profes- - at a ma88 conventlon cwnpoaed of lectlng: publicans and Independents half way day and they have for- - Bora that he believed that he could sives of' Nicholas county was held naws SONGS-nMa- ny people sing soas 1 y. in tho movement to prevent tho old hero yesterday afternoon for tho pur gotten the, names of practically all the freeze an ordinary toad to a point thQ two element8 of the learned from parents ,or neigMxW h not be ftb,e tQ a tho .Democratic machine from again get- pose of considering tho local political places which at the time were fre-wnere. while not evident, life would ting control of tho governmental af- situation. Judge Samuel Hdlmea.chalr quently mentioned in the dispatches, remain. He tried tho experiment. eaavua of tho c)unt between now and pr0bably never prlntedrAtt and the prlmary and Bhall thereor0 kinds are wanted by the Society-re-Ple- vna fairs of Fayctto county. e, Is recalled, but then throe im- - but fa led. man of the Republican County Persevering, he finally be compeUed , upJllgious songs, love songs, Civil War , In a ringing address beforo the succeeded, in keeping a frog alive tor ., . . t0 . d . end 1Ilt, presided. Tho mooting ad- portant batUes were fought there. 'Bones. aorics of robberies or fUAts. m preliminary to tho Intro- journed mooting , , , until Saturday, May 31,'wlth- - Tho other names exist only on the several months. ,, bcu,u6 ii.J IVW etc. Sones of both neeroes and whits . t, duction of his rcsoluton, Mr. Dun- I dm. taking action, but It seemed to l.l,-- l, J i... rats and wun.w m oouioi. rrugs, .i fnrA dfllrpri. MmintAln nnnn nnA hAiI ui u.iv.ytimi uuu in uinwiucD nt itio nnnni. iizarus, snaKes, ,A .A hnn can voiced tho sentiment of a major- be thq sentiment of hose present that Shipka Pass, Nikopol. Loocha, Ver-Jevfish are used in tho experiments. ity of those present when he said a full Fusion tlcke should 'bo nom- boca. etc. But to return to Kirk The greatest success has been se- - ,f nomlnated x 8ha do aU ln my'lads are especially In demand, w,n Jn NovemUe not on. giQNS AND SUPERSTITIONS 'that nothing could bo accomplish- inated In 'this county .thta year. De- Klllss, Lule Burgas, Mustafa Pasha cured with frogs and reptiles. This , storle8 or "haunts," ghosts, hoodoo f or ed by either tho Republicans finite action to 'that end Is expected and the rest. Even a few yean from J ,B attribufed to the fact that there. who and the ,lke aro ietln4, compose th(J u flnd f cure8f Progressives by putting soparato ticknow the rnan who did not make a are certain times of the year when c, .to be tatfen at the meeting May 31, The negroes'have many of these, ,t shaU be ets In the field, but that by uniting special study of tho present war will, an,matlon Is partly suspended stories of to render faithful and conaetenUoue, LEGENDS-Unpri- nted 'land joining with tho Independent as likely as not wonder, when he these creatures. Sometimes they re- - BapvloA . ., .. the Civil War times, anecdotes ef TO r. "Democrats and Independents, making JMcg hears the names, who preached atjmaln ln the jars for months. Then of ith norinif' hAfnrn - h " wr rf.il Re8pectfnHy " ""-it a citizen's movement Kirk Klllsso aqd If Mustafa Pasha fneyiar "thawed out" and revived feuds, 'and tradltfons handed dowK c BAR.VETT local" government the for 'good SUCCEED BRADLEY and Lule Burgas were related to by means of massage and respiration.' 2L from Indian days, are all worts gained by tho Fusion victory each other During the dormant state the or- -' saving. fn 190,9 couuld be maintained and the Another little test, since some may canUm give every appearance of HENRY H, FLAGLER , DIALECT Unusual words, word Vfepunty's affairs continue to be admin- Kentucky , Senator Does No) consider thlrty--f Ivo years unfair. What beiDg absolutely void of life. Even used in unusual senses ln a deistered honestly, economically ami war, which microscopic cxamlnattlon names ot tho Turco-Italla- n falls to (such a and survivals HAS PASSED AWAY cently, without fear of drifting back Expect To Again Try as yet Is not two years old can you show tho slightest sign ot animation. are common ln the mountains of the Into the old rut, from which recall? been instances in Thero have Kentucky) of old words or meaning Fuslonlsts redeemed It four years ago. For Toga, Tripoli, that's good. What else? which bacteria have been frozen, in are desired. Tho origin of our geogwas Tho Duncan resolution which There were cases, too, but then you , the liquid jars at a temperaturo of Noted Capitalist and Railroad raphical names also needs to adopted without a dissenting vote, could not have been expected to re over 130 degrees below zero, and out. Magnate Dies After Long was as follows: Washington, May 2X It was stated member their names. yet they survlvo for months, because MISCELLANEOUS Besides the "Resolved, That It Is the sense of today on authority that Representa history as minute organisms Tho class In they possess Illness. above record Is wanted of peculiarly this meeting that the Republicans, Langley, or the Tenth District, will pleaso tell what part tho follow- muchdestructlve ability and therelocal games, plays, and dances, aad Progressives, Independent Democrats tive be a candidate ln the Kentucky ing played In tho Turco-Italla- n war: fore lrtues ot remarkable resistance wUl local jokes, riddles, and proverbs. ' and Independents of Lexington and State primaries for tho Republican Proveza, Umbcrto, Benghazi, d'Ab-ruz- to extreme elements. Even snails Please note these suggestions: (1) West Palm Beach, Fla., May 20. Faotto county should nomlnato a nomination for United States Senator and Bersaglleri. have had their life suspended for record, the material just as you fouad-it- , for to succeed Senator Bradley. ticket Fusion or During The names of battles ln foreign weeks and have revived upon an appll Henry M. Flagler, aged eighty-fivt mistakes and all; (2) indicate county offices at tho coming Novem- the past month, he has received com- - wars may be remembered well enough the noted capitalist and railroad magcation of chemical solution. " ber election." 'munlcatlons from many Kentuckiana but as time elapses they lose much Fish have been frozen to such a nate, died at his winter home here where when and from whom you got it; (3) indicate whether you got It this "urging that he make the race and It' of the Important battles of tho. Followlni- - tho adoption of state as to allow the removal of morning, after an Illness ot sev- from recitation, from an old manuresolutions, a motion was offered by 1b understood that he has decided so war, Port Arthur, which their lntcsttnes en masse. They have this script ifrom singing, or from your eral weeks. Mr. Duncan and carried, authorizing to do. is hardly ever mentioned any more, been revived, but did not live long. of tho chair to appoint a committee The octogenarian sustained a fall own memo;ry (4) indicate when, Representative Langley has closely still holds Its own In the public Ln warmer blooded animals the where, or from whom your Informant: not less than fifteen citizens repre- watched the j mind, but what was the number of, same resisting power was not found. from the steps In his home and senting tho conference to confer with Creary fight in its incipient stage, the Meter Hill that figured so prom- However, experiments with chickens of his advanced age his re- got It. Dr. D. L. Thomas, Danville, Ky., tho Republican and. Progressive coun- and has concluded, it is understood, inently In the news dispatches "at have been partly successful. Even covery had not been anltclpatod. ty comniltt6cs and secure their offi- that the bitterness existing between the time of tho attack. Menry M. Flagler was born at the Secretary of the society, will be Just beforo leaving their in Stanley and Beckham supporters will The following provides further In- chicks, havo been frozen cial approval and for weeks Canandaigua,N. Y in 1930. At Cleve- glad to answer any questions. Any shells, the' action taken at tho conference result ln a breach that will pave the stances ot tho ophemeral interest and afterward revived for a short land he organized the company of material however slight, that Is seat-thim will be gladly welcomed by relative to placing a Fusion ticket iVay for another Republican 'candi- possessed by places suddenly brought period. In one case the heart of a Rockefeller, Andrews & Flagler, In tho field, thus gvng It tho stamp date to cop the election In a State Into prominence by war: Chemulpo, partly grown chicken ws removed ln tho refining of oil. The the Society. A regularity. This special committee HUH. 18 UUIULK.TU.IH.. Yula River, Wlju, Klnchow, Nan- - with Its arteries, which were closed Stadard Oil Company was tho outnamed at this Death of Mrs. Iva Nail. of fifteen was not Mr. While Senator Bradley has not dl- -j shan Tellssu, Llaoyang and at the ends and frozen for several growth of this venture, and meeting, but will be announced later, vulged his future plans, there is a days. Tho organ pulsated twice af Flagler has remained actively conMrs. Iva Nail died at her home os the feeling that he does not expect or and It Is expected that within nected with the management of the Render street at 5: B0 p. m. WednesBut to come nearer homo to names ter being "thawed." next few dayB it will confer with the wish to succeed himself when his that a respectable person ,can proday. Mrs. Nail had been Buttering The tails of rats have been ampu- great corporation since Is inception. Republican and Progressive commit- term expires ln 1915. It Is said that nounce without being accused of tated and placed in refrigerator jars, Mr. Flagler built tho Florida East from results of an abcess from which tees and prepare the way for tho call- Langley Is proceeding with such an swearing. Our war with Spain added and weeks after have been grafted Coast railroad, and later erected the sho haA undergone an operation ser- ing at an early date of a Fusion con- Implied understanding. to American history names that the onto other, rats after the amputation Ponco do Leon and Alcazer Hotels at eral years ago. Recently Drs. Pen vention to nomlnato candidates from largo majority of patriotic citizens of their tails. This Is taken to a cost ot 13,000,000. dleton and Taylor found it necessary tho parties which compose .tho Fusion Base Ball. His greatest achievement, however, to operate agajn and sho grew can recall without difficulty, and, prove the preservation of tissues, an movement for the county offices. railroad . ,, WOP. linH.. lU,th tho extension of his Taylor Mines will play Hartford what Is more, can give some idea of essential to the prolongation of life eve& her .. from Miami to Key West. hero and Deanfleld will what they Btand for in our history. In a d organism. from her sufferings. Mrs. Nail was A Social Surprise. come next Wednesday. Both teams Yet these same places are "out of a native of Warren county and to beautiful Sabbath morning aro said to bo good ones and good date" so far as their receiving any On the survived by her mother who live Sending Obscene Leter. Time for Qualifying. of May tho 18th, when tho sun was sport Is expected. Games, called at particular attention for "their war asnear Smith's Grove where her fu19. Bowling Green, Ky., May Frankfort, Ky., May 14. The pro Invigorating '2:30 p. m. sociations Is concerned. h!nlng with all Its neral and interment will take place To Americans no battle names are visions of the primary act requir- United States Marshal J. A. Wise, sometime Friday. Sho was born Ausprlngtme warmth, and tho trees cloth Thatcher on"Safe." bottor known than those of Uje revo- ing that a candidate shall state in his made an Important arrest yesterday gust 21, 1S87, and was married to od In their bright tender May green when he caught Olmey May 19. For Washington, the lutionary and of the civil war, but petition that ho possesses all the le afternoon garb, tho neighbors, frlonds and relaMr. Iva Nail September 81; 1907. 23, son of Mr. George B. Wade and slstor, present, at least, the place of M. H. somo of the former havo a tendency gal qualifications for holding the of Smith, aged She was a member ot the Baptist tives of Mr. J. Ky., as to slip one's memory as school days fice to which he aspires does not Smith, a well known and highly re- church and also of tho WoodmenClr- Miss Amanda Wade, came to therl Thatcher, ot Morgantown, . deprived of the righ specioa larmer oi mo wKmuu vitmnjr homo near Centortown, to their groat coventor of thfr Panama canal zone rather than the battles themselves "mean that he Is n natnw w 'nfv M 0ni, e9 tli AAA vac, la aafn thing of to enter tho primary .election if he on a charge of sending an obscene hud nn children. The remains aC- -. become more and more a jv(m, ,b mile. aurpr' w, quo after another until thro fiifVvv through the Vlsjtors to the White House this tho past. Many a northoner knows dqes not possess these qualifications letter to a young lady quite a crowd gathered together, companled by the members of the wm primary Is to be held, United States mall. family and Mr. T. R, Barnard left with baskots filled to the brlmwjth morning who discussed Panama af- certain places In the south only' at tho time the Officer Wise brought Smith to this on things as only Kentuck fairs with, the president Bald the latter through the civil war but the places said Assistant Attorney General M. the 1:46 M. H. & E. train, ye; Just such nice response to an Inquiry city and he was taken before United terday afternoon. women know how to proparo. To all, does not Intend to Institute a new or- with which ho Ism ost familiar are M. Logan, in Jr., Clerk of Met States Commissioner Byron Renfrew the day was a social feast in the der of zone government or in any those that somehow or other get in- from J. A. Hamilton, asked what he .this morning at 9 o'clock for exam county, who broadest sense of the term and will way chango the administration offi- to the nows ot the day. New York calfo Wants to be in Advaict. ', should do ln, the case ot a candidate tnlng trial. He pleaded guilty to the ' Sun. remorabered as a green spot cers at present. long be Salllsaw, Okla., May 15 ,19 who filed his nomlnatug petition for charge and was hold to the Federal Whether 'the "let alone" policy Is & "memory's wall." Millet. County Attorney, although he has grand Jury, which meets here Mon- - Editor Republican, Hartford. WkippoorwiUreas aad Mrs. Molly to endure until the ooeana have been Those present were: which he Dear sir; Find herewith my I have plenty ot Whlppoorwill not been a, practicing attorney two day, In the sum ot $3,000, Tlchenor, Mr. and Mrs? J. F. Ross, 1tnnl navt vaam la vtsvf trnntun tint provision," continued jgave, with his father as surety, ana for two dollars to pay for your'; Mrand Mrs. James doff. Mrs. 8. M. the prevailing impression here is that Stock Peas and- - German MUlet for years. "This to. was released. The highest penalty for 1913 and 1914. I want to Duncan' and daughters Olga.Jane; Governor Thatcher and .his collea- sale. Also best quality Red Top Mr. Logan, "must be construed hal he will possess such qual- - for this offense Is a fine of 5,000 or in advance once more. iV mean W. E. ELLIS, I Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carrlua and chil- gues will be allowed to complete their Cane Seed, lflcatlbna at the time fixed for tak- - five years, ln the penitentiary, or wishes I am. Yours truly, The Produce Merchant, dren, Jewel, Ruel Ward, and John work unless unforeseen contingencies WILLIE LEV expressly pro- - both. lng the office, unless It 'Hartford, Ky. 44t2 Richard; Mr. and Mrs. Alnsy Tlche arise. jNjAYETTE OFTHE PAST lilt LOWIETY and - o; ' Bcn-time- nt , ,,,,,,, iw e, non-par-ut- or I I . ... w.! . -- I J Com-'mltte- I I 'Mj'. .. cn 'langleywants non-partis- ". n.a ,alMfl. " . ,",:; ": gives-locality- d ld zl non-partis- e, -- Russo-Japane- se Stanley-Bcckham-M- c- so o Feng-shuttin- g. ... , warm-bloode- rl M ., ur S J " m - i i IHiW-- - - - - an- Sgbem FARING FOR DEMAND FOrT CURIOUS ftm$0 M MUCK FOffTHE REFEREE COULDN'T" BTTHUSE 0VE1T IT. m While They Have" No Commercial' Value, They Ara Cttferly Sought by "Collector." to Admit Hfr Wm Unable to tfc- - ftetoretflMlir WW Distinct Idea About: What Happened) to Person In the- -' Punsters Eittrtttc: cnair. 1 COURIER - JOURNAL LITTLE CHICKS (First Duty It to Provide Suitable Coop ' Jot Hen and Brood Two Methoda of Feeding. Tnrrn& tho hntchlnB. if you aro you will not bo too curious, but will allow tho Instinct of the hen to Jo ivr work. It may bo well to qulot- ireoch under tho hen and remove If ch bIicIIs as cnn be tnlson out trilfcout disturbing her, but nothing 'ifnrtber ahould bo attempted. Tfee first duty la to provide a coop for the hen and brood. No matter OFhafc kind of a coop, from a barrel dald down to tho most Improved pat- ' enfcoa article, la used. Sco that It Is ' zlvaa and tho bottom covered with 'Bna sand, or If tho weather bo really Vold, with oat chaff or Bhort fine hay. "Wheal the chlckona aro twenty-fou- r Jhrara old they aro ready to bo re-moved to their now quarters. Up to ithi time, writes M. B. Scully of Illl- mois In tho Prairie Farmer, they .fhnalfl havo received no food, but they :jiTt cow ready for their first meal. f Give them water to drink In a vessel 'into which thoy cannot get their Ibonlea. A tin vegetable can with smaS holes punched around tho bot- nam and placed In a deep saucer will Whatever their : answer admirably. l first rood may be, glvo them only a .small quantity. Tho best rulo for vrooffincIs'lUtlo and often." 'Tow dUtinct methods of feeding Tfuw their special advocates, tho wet, 4ha la. ground feed moistened with rmflt or water; and tho dry. I find r hu .Batter method tho more satlsfac- v Srjry- - I feed cracked wheat, corn and ' ' cvtoo, ' -- Tho more unusual tho mmo tho mora valuablo tho signature, mils 1b the latest development of tho autograph collecting fad. No matter how celeJonea brated a particular Smith may bo, his autograph counts for llttlo as compared with that of sotm? humble person of extraordinary name: To mako a collectlbn of these- curisignatures of value tho address' ous and dato must bo wrlten on the cardl with tho autograph. Without thse vouchors no ono could bo blamed for doubting tho authenticity of some f signatures In this typo of autographs thee For Instance, who would belle-namo "Turnlpsocd" ever existed unless Mr. Turnlpseed's address was: Mr.. plainly given as a voucher? Toadvlno's Identity would seem equally Impossible and Mr. Twelvetree would be hardly less probablo. A collector of curious autographs once ho Is on the track of a person with an extraordinary namo loses no time In bagging his prey. The rare sneclmen mleht leave his present ad dress and this valuable addition to a collection bo lost. So tho collector sends a politely worded note, Inclosing a blank card which fits neatly Into an addressed and stamped envelope. He begs the favor of the autograph and suggests that It ba written as legibly as possible. r o MORE THAN MATTER OF WORD Oratory, Though Simple to Those Who Possess the Power, Haa Some Tricks aa Well. Tow ITood' and' Theodore Hook! Tub uATfp,- who- - wero arrested made a) wager ns could spring! wtion- - ought act of murdering pun, icnving ure aecision to another, were- - lbdffedi la the same ceil mo ue-Chariest Mnthows. Tile- Toaer wns to I In thill the DORSl- -' "" r " stand supper for trio trio. bllltletr at thelireamv when they would i Scarcely" had tho ugrecsient been bouroinca on tho muraer mniln wlltm' tlirv psnli" a altrnlmsiril chfteo). and eatH.was convinced that whereon tile owner, mcmiBg- to adver noUHlnr ax aimthuti of guilty could tise his bsnv had prlHUWv. Ttear sold bo roturrr.' as 'tries-Bnbeen caught1 .iJk K..1.M. .tl.. here." 1 "Oho!" safe? Hook, "Ilira-ppoj- c that TBby. iBhctMant' Maoi the bear Is his awn bruin'' nenaUIos. tH--jr woHUfc bo caned on by T.ood!" snfcl MnthnwB.."Ym.11 hnvo tho hard work if you're golng:f boat that, PrWon. tJnais fl'orai one- - year to liro Master Tnommt. eentcaroes were t.i'owgHtt of,, wfren one "I dare say hall do'ltt.tltirogn," said of thb tAro hapnentdi to thrnk that Ifnnk. "for vain know hn naarlna moro both tt. be condcr-raedltone Hood. Don't than two faces-und' i"?o"d!.fSJt you, Tom?" At that moment:, turnlirir ai sham "Dak'B'Bov"' aaldilthiK? other.. : corner, they came' ln sight of a small. hew dora "Sami.iff we Is tumbledown hoove standing; fn the you want to klck.offtT'contlcncdi tho midst nf n wrntehird little nlfrt nf well. first --Afi cer trampled grass,. Juat In'frotnrof which "Ah dUnno," said1 3am:. was a huge board'with.thodkMcriptlon, tainly cadjiil sco muchi In1 datt Bang- to "Beware of tho dog." In atuter Ah Hood looked cautiously-- ' rarcad In all stretch, imah neck, dorjpu?'." directions and,, finding' no dag any "ah "No, .slr,r replied where vlslblo;. picked' up au broken b'lleve All'a rathoritaWe'aicha4noo' on Dlece of brick andl scribbled'. this query dat 'lectrtn chair. DeVjdoannlh'mucn underneath the'waraa.g,."Wkra be the to yo drec Jea pnb BrraparcMnd' ye' dog?" feet andtUWgs and 'haldland'uaponge "Wen. I'll toll' you' what if Is, my on top SOr head and lioci turns on: de boys," said Mathews. "I. oan--t decide current'-- " between two such. Jokes as tlicso. and, "No .""Sefd 9am. what's more, I'm not going-- to try; to you;.j ruin youvi.dafs-nlL'.'s-fi- l. so we had better all. go an sup to Ixiuis PUpubllc. gether, and each one- - of us pay his own share." The Sunday Magazine. MIDDLE OF THE ROAID BEST v j toho - ' lln-.ttin- I -- For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER-JOURNA- L Lou.sv,li.k, Kv.-HE- NRY d 'pos-sHH- o er 'Silnlf: WATERSON, Eimtoii Kott.-ndlo- WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L -- AND- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for PERIODS OF REST Pretty aaod Path to TraveMlfTOrjai la Sure He Haa SateetedJ thas Slumber PreventRight Hlglrnuy,. In answering an opponent, arrange Division of Time of Man. ed Breakdown of your Ideas, but not your words; conby Overwor- kIn spiTe of all tho talk,- racst off ua sider in what points things that reom a railwould stm rather differ, and in what those semble Two hours Ini bed1 ihi tfte early eve- road tUlm in an aeroplane orr things' that differ resemble; reply to for the You donlt hae toi get wit with gravity, and. to gravity with ning is ttio'latest' out of wit; make a full concession, to your busy man. whose day begin, early In clear ofl of tho roaUto night. a rutr Tou have ksowai thoae- who adversary, and give him every credit the morning The "treatment,'." wokjIij consists would Igive up a position antllmak an for those arguments you- know you In buaineas' 20rr "a lot can answer, and slur over alt those simply of. going tobedl front 5 till 7 which you feel you cannot; but above nVlnck. was describedl ttv a medical more money. Thefv wotrttt! ceme all. If ho has the privilege- of making man ho prescribed ltxrora- Business k aroundlat noon, all iggodortt Ilka the hi reply, take special care- that tho man whose manlroldl interests nau flqgs jC all nations, and ftelllyoui about oatmeal. Keep the chicks healthy and grow- - strongest things you: have to urge is been compelling lilmi to crowd two the "ap." Then tbey wtruld! the next you wold' hear of days' ork into one,. ttotfle detriment Uaj: right from tho start. Keep them the. last. themuthey would bjioeedtogrpluttafor He must Immediately get up and of his health. warm. Give them plenty of '. Ho1 and pure water. If In a brooder say something, and ir be be- not prea "My patient now Haa two distinct the hales In their jhoes get viously prepared with ani answer to days and two' dlstlnch sceupcration stra hat In Octier. . .scatter food In chaff and let them hours," Ittlaa pretty saftj.guesasttiat It will by scratching. The first your last argument, he will' Infallibly periods every twontjy&ur .euircl&o A.QUT99 weeks are tho most critical time; be boggled, for very few possess that the doctor explained!. "He begins pay you to go to tko endiof tbe road If ypu Jctftl'lni tke be aftar that. If kept free from llco, they remarkable talent of Charles Fox, who work wltm his secretary an hourthinn- thamyon are on Is .straight! enough and It If It could talk on one thing and at the fore moet business mm are .will do well ing of getting up in. the erornlng. At wide- - enough for jpu tojea- those who same time think of another. you flvn o'clock In the- aftarnoon his first tlend of it;ofIfthem MASH HOPPER FOR FEEDING iv thefbest day's wark. ends-- andl he goes to bed rnrM.o eo the Home Dentist.. completer rest. At sev-r- wear: for the besttthey ob for the go- for o Receptacle for Keeping Iron Is very Injurious, toi the teeth n'elork. he is uni again, bathes, Uigj.keep going and cannot be easily removed with dresses and dines. Ha Is then fresh: Oycter Shells, Charcoal and Grit a brush and clear water. It should for another four or fire hours' Is Quite Convenient. s Senscaof Prantav always be taken, when it is ordered, on social dutiosw 'llU two rcstt Ttie sense rrcst dcvelDDcd In plants follow tho dry hopper" method through'a glass tube. After taking It periods, combined! irbre him almobti "I Is. that of sight, whlilh enables themi i jf n fueling fowls and keep constantly the teeth should be rinsed with a so- nine hours in. bed. The 'patients tojsee light bvtt.not distinguish olK parts lution of soda and water. before them a maBh mado of two amount of. Jcots. This tense limitation Is found to gets through a greaterhealth." iran and one part each by weight of Massage of the gums does much worit. and enjoys better arcong manyt llvlnjj creatures, ouch, middlings, corn meal, gluten meal. prevent receding; gums, which are oyster and coral.', sa tho oats and beef scraps. In tho dreaded by every dentist as obstinate igrnaad visual' Justified HTs Opinion. rtc which uossess no.ltxallred lmoVnr to correct. The massage can I scatter whole grain In the thlncs organ, but lvo of their m. .. it Mfralif ferA Anni In Urln. be done at home, and should be done Alexander Pope as one of theiarst- ous impressions proofthe contractions lUwaa, to ducry i is In bed la .tcr. bnt only a little of it in summer, dally; after the patient forefinger of Englishmen,species of the pun. trlttlngly. that they raanlfeM.when exposed to.ai wit so he- aald, a In imod time. With the of sunehlno. Similarly, it la easy. heeither hand he can rub the gums gent- phut that any- - would engage to make - my gauge the lafluenee of llgkti out X subject proposed, offr- to onj up arrd down, back- nn ly and regularly plants. CCttltivaSQj a plant in a roomi ward and forward, for ten minutes or hand. ono sWo andl "WelU then. Mr. Pope," salfl! a. wo with a Mriodow. only on a quarter of an hour. on its stalk In growing will IncUnej totoothbrush Is at hand, tho man in the company, "make-on- e If no ward tho souteo' ol light. Physioloteeth can be thoroughly cleansed. In keel hauling." of gauze replted, "That gists r plaln ttltlB. hy suggesting, that Quick aa a flash he an emergency, with a piece the side to tae dark grows. mor or a clean handkerchief dipped In wa madame, is indeed putting; a maa un- quickly, than that exposed to tfce.llgaC. soda or water and salt, ana der a hardship." ter and however, the- - fact- that rubbed, thoroughly over the surface Spence. who tells tfcfij aneitote, There remain,,reacted to the- llgha t the plant has. of the teeth. deema It well to explain that "keelwas conscUus. hauling la drawing a man ua&r a whoso. effe4i It X sense, aotamon to maay; plaAte Is ship." He then falls into aa ecstasy Unslde Down. th- most inven- ttab of, tooolu. Of this He was glad to see. the postman of admiration. "What a ready name Imoxample is. as J3ry Mash the man have had!" he Another sai 1, that persons who persist In writ- tion must plies, the- sensitive plank cries. "One could hardly have found fonf runonslrn to thft touch. Is the nvriteB Merrlt Tt.Mead of Montgomery ing private and confidential communiof souvenir a more crabbed ward to exetclse the aatch-fiv- . - County, Ind., In the Farm and Homo. cations on the picture side whose two hares close down Oyster shells, charcoal and grit aro postcards are gradually learning a lit- punster's faculty." The Sunday upon, the other by means. OS a cenirai, tle common sense. (kept in "bins" in the hinge- - Harper's Weekly.. "They are not yet wise enough," "bopperr which Is herewith privHAS TWO - $1.5 0. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journal tel I at health-recln- e andilasta-tilDlate-a- t ikir - - entlre-janan- ge $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l in combination with this paper. t - - - x dSsap-pear.an- d -- - cen-terr- J' To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate,, Orders Miist Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. - havo-reache- d it ' two-hour- n Home-mad- 44 " 1 busl--iipr- I THE DAILY earth-worm- , imtr-aln- -. 7Z Self-Feede- r. - - LOUISVILLE HERALD Enjoys the largest circulation in because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. , '4 Ken-tuck- I - - y - t. - Blus-tratlv- o home-mad- e lllus-ulralt- ut NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS: uesiues giving tho public the most reliable market reports as. well as general news. The Herald's special features make among pre-eminent 'From experience I think this he said, "to refrain from penning niiuo of .feeding satisfactory, for from ate and confidential communications tllE en 1 got 11,357 eggs In 11 on a card, but they have sense enough to turn tho card upside down before biuatliL writing. That brings the writing upside down when peoplo look at tho k. nloture. and those who do not wish to read the message can admire the r w fnni without helne Dlaced In the em fiMr barrassing position of reading private j correspondence." 'frv SWlVmlS TVBA nn HiKi raiirv dfc -- Keep something In tho grit box. Millet Is a great g Stood. ""Crowding just now lessen tho fer-- 'tnily of eggs. 3io better feed In the world than plump oats and wheat. The first warm days start vormln to growing in unclean houBes. The modern poultry house has -- everything insldo It easily movable. Never feed llttlo chicks wet, slop- py food. It is bad, enough for mature ssajek. i Dolling tho oats or wheat makes a food ration and a desirable cbango Z3.kcu Gat an Incubator and let tho hens jicop on laying. peod at regular hours and the fowls -will always bo ready and waiting for hilr last meal. A llttlo moro olbow grease used in Creeping the premises clean will often j prevent disease A hopperful of bran Is always raonable fed and the whole flock should Jhave access to It. .Get rid of tho hen that Is never t caught on the nest. "Dy their fruits rye shall know them." When disposing of some of the old esnock, pick out the poor layers and oldest specimens. Tbey are Just as for the tablo, aud you can't ti to part with the af-Jomouey-Eoakari., She Couldn't Say Garters. The Sweet Young. Thing entered the department store, and after glancing around In a helDless w'ay for a few moments approached a floor walker. "What can we do for you, iniss?" aBked tho floor walker. Tho Sweet Young Thing blushed and then said: "Where can I find those elastic bands capable of being elongated and put around the lower extremities of tho locomotive members to keep tho proper position and the required attitude for the habiliments of their tlblaa?" N Ten minutes later strong men led the floor walker away. He was a raring maniac Cincinnati Enquirer, Unalterable. "I love you, my daughter, although" the light from his eyes was as tender as that of a June dawn, and his tones caused her heart to dance In a billowy ecstasy of Joy "you are a woman with a past." And wltr a smile the thecbophlcal bridegroom pressed another kiss upon the brow of tho bride he had wooed and won long ago when tho world was yet damp from the creation In the evenings and on the holidays after carrying tho hod on King Solomon's templo. Lost Opportunities. We miss a good many opportunities because we do not recognize them. They do not come at the time expected, nor In the way we look for thm. A great many of them are disguised, because that Is the only way they can ever get Inside tho gate of our prejudices. A great many come and go, holding out hands full of good things to us, but wo shut our eyes until they are gone. We have a notion that our chief business is to get away from care, or keep care away from Sis, and yet under tho name and face of care oppormany of our best tunities come to us. The Universal- 1st Leader. Higher Mathematics. "Dad, you're pretty good at mathematics, ain't yout" asked the hope (and despair) of tho family. "I I used to be," confessed old BUI Payer, scenting danger. "Well, where a sidetrack and a main track Join they form an angle, don't they?" "Yes." "Well, If a wreck should tear up the track right there would It be a On Life's, Road. All our weariness ol suffering Is; without avail to, leave even a little, memory among those for whom to work Is done. AU that Is wrought In despair, all that la loveless and mechanical, falla to the ground. We Uve for even so much as a brief life only In that which carries tho breath of our being, the love of our heart, it is not In ceaseless routine and grinding that we Uve, nor In what is small and anxious. Machines will continue tho tale of that forever. No cog will over bo missed In that endless chain. Dut we shall not wholly die In the song we carry in our heart, the love with which we love the being of another, the smile we give another wayfarer at dusty noonday. Collier's Weekly, Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now runnin'g serially in tho Herald entitled: t ,0b Board tie Good Ship Earth Ifn nlv u,IUh- - all who subscribe now. n "'uu un 1. .r mese i A articles free on request to . a J Colors of Grapes. color of certain grapes The dark-reIs due to a compound of tannin which all varieties of tho vine contain. The pninr seems to deoend on the com bined action of the air, light and heat The change In color Is produced naturally In the vino by means of a specific ferment which carries the oxygen air to the grape. These ferments are often the agents of coloring In vegetable substances, as they are often seen in apples and, Economy. have been "It seems strange to me that you In potatoes which to contact cut open with the ahould book your passage to Europe and thus exposed on such a alow steamer," remarked air. The grapes that are white on diver to his friend Grinder; "a lower maturity owe the absence of coloring fare certainly would be no inducement to the absence of this ferment to a man of your means." "My boy," replied Grinder, "I have Getting On. "Haa Maud succeeded In getting Into mado my millions by always seeing that I got tho full worth of my money. society yet?" If I can get ten days' board on the "No; but she'a rising In the social ocean for less money than five would seals. She's been anubbed by a better coat, why shouldn't I take It?" of people this year than last" d of-th- The Louisv ife Daiy and H erad The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier. ' t I Subscribe Now Subscribe Now ' This offer iVoood for a few days ojily. : MaajajMaatM 1 t J than looking after tho Interests of! worth :aliout $7 1 $30 per jpound. DIVINING ADD IS agriculture; twOiIch, after all, Is thus gAAftAMAMdftSAftftAAftftAAdAAftaftftftftftfi,i Young .roots for JLranjlantln.S "ell oullged to hold tho short end of tho P 2 about as follows: Yeanlings, ,$10 per HACKED BY SCIENCE 3t!ck. Yet, It may not bo ns plain 1000; two years old, $20 per 1000: 3 h sailing ns seemed probable a month year itlld, $35 to $50 jwr ago. Already nro there squally sympwill depen on how badly .tho ars-wc14 toms in both houso and senate. Mean desires to sell. Golden ami plants The Seal of Approval Is Now ft Put while It Is dcslrablo that the agri and roots are about 15 per .cent Sure cultural press and lndlvdunl farmers Rlier. 0 Upon The Ancient InBlst congress give proper recogniofr on winch you "u. Soli The land Small Space. tion to farm Interests Farm Home. ofr plant jdnscus should bo Xith, loom Superstition. fcfr and loamy .and should bo .above .nil Porto Rico's Now Wondor. jl o possibility .of nn overflow ami have From far away Torto Rico como D perfect drainage. An cxress of water Arka&MS Farmer Has Hade Tho divining rod, n twig which is reports of a wonderful new discovery THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year Us extremely damaging to .gjjuscng Jtald to tremble wJbws hold orer Bub- - that Is believed will vastly benefit .plants. A north hlllslope is an Jdcal teranean waters or burled treasure, 0;OOO.on Acre and FARM AND RANCH ofr $1.00 a year the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of ft location tor sx jardden. has been used through tho ages by Dnrccloncta, writes "Dr. King's Xew HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year Half. "C. The roots .of tho plant only are the credulous to locate wells or find Discovery is doing splendid work nld. ? ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR 51.73 ft .lost money. here. It cured me about five times 0 "China is .our main market. Tiio Now tho superstition Is Justified of terrible coughs and colds, also my ofr Little Jltttl, jVrlc, May 17 Ttell-ln- g kChlnoso make a 3ca of ginseng ami brother of a severe cold In his chest ofr THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year tho rcslitants of Arkansas bow Jic manufacture It Into many mcdlelne. Recently tho German government and more than 20 others, who used ofr derives An income .at $10,00 annually U lakes from alx weeks to two FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year I cfr from an acre .aud .a half planted Jxi monjhs to properly dry tho root. Bent a J'.russlnn official to Southwest it on my advice. We hope this great 4H ofr ginseng, T. B.KIncnidof Hot Springs, Whatever the grower docs, he should Africa to locate subterranean water medicine will yet bo sold In every BOTH A YjEAR TO YOU FOR $1.50 ofr by means of this rod. drug store in Porto Rico." For throat ,Ark., whoso Announcement to tbt not string his roots. ofr In Munich not long ago Kurlnger, and lung troubles It has no equal. effect was jiulillahcd recently, ha ofr "7. Any large city is a market for the "wizard," THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year acting for tho Water A trial will convince you of Its merjiroparcd a statement of tho care and ginseng. It Is as staple us wheat and ofr HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year means employed by .him to obtiiln cotton,, but, like these commodities, Commissioner!, located several breaks it. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. ofr In the water mains by tho same Guaranteed by all druggists. ofr Xcom bis small tract of land this fluctuates in price, governed by the Liu cans. $1,50 BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR ' soemlngly fabulous sum from rool law f .supply and demand. During Carl Both, the celebrated inventor, Inconsistency of Underwood Bill. ofr eiUture. ? the winter of 1913 ho prices ranged ofr Wo used to hear a great deal about "J began to .grow gltumg about for wild sot from $C0 to $9.50 per has been conducting some experi9 fc ments with tho rod, and says that he freo raw materials. The Havinjr made a special arrangement with the publishers ofr. eight years ago," says Mr, Klncald, IKMjBd; for cultivated root from $2.50 In a letter to John If. J'jgc, Btatc to $(U0 per pound. For both plants must admit that there Is some con- crs alwajs fell back on that. Tho of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we ofr nection between It and deep water. Republican Protectionists could not commissioner of mines, mariufocturee quality detorulncs the price paid. will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the efr Faith In the diving rod Is as old see It quite that way, for what tho and agriculture. "1 put out 200 roots publications you ought to have. All three publications are ofr "To produce marketable ginseng it manufacturers called raw materials ofr-unficr Artificial shade on the back end should be grown from six to eight as human recorJs. well worth the regular subscription price and we consider ? Hosea denounces the Jows for their but to the farmer the animal is a ofr of a lot at my home In Hot Springs. years. Most writers Bay from four to 9 ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this ofr' Then I set out r.OOplants. These I five, but tho roots are too small, too faith In such heathen ceremonies. He really highly finished product which 4? says, "My people ask counsel and occupies two or three years of time ofr- very low combination rate. studied to two years, white at .the Boft, dry, hard and flinty, and lack ofr their staff declareth it unto them." to finish. Baine time I read everything I could tho quality which tho Chinese deofr Several different materials are Hut, in any event, we had tho flnUW tho ginseng industry. Hy ex- mand In good ginseng. ofr' used for the diving rod. In Germany phrase. But do the Democrats now perience, however, I found that many Ofr" The grower of ginseng must have the black or white thorn is 9 used. Both propose to live up to It? Not at all. Your of tho writers whose articles I so patience, must b a loveer of plant ofr diligently bad read, know even less life and have an Income to carry him of these shrubs are descended from Here are some facts: ofr the sacred thorn of India, and 1 ofr Oats are taxed In the Tariff, 4? about ginseng than I did. up to tho remunerative period of was sprung from tho lightning, that so but oatmeal Is free. ofr "Answering tbo inquiries that have bis labors. If he has been industriprophets say. 0 2 Wheat Is taxed in the new Tarbeen sent to me, I would say, first, ous and intcllglcnt, and has used their ofr- This Is the primitive way of ex- iff, but flour Is free. ginseng must have shade, either na- tho right method of cultivation he pressing what German scientists now Why is the Tariff thus made? If tural or artificial. I am using the na- will have each year a handsome In- admit that the power of the rod has there Is a duty on raw oats, why tural shade because 1 learned during come." In some way an electric origin. not on oatmeal? Unless the object Sharp Sayings About Free Wool. million sheep that cloths and feed, tho two years I experimented with The rod trembles when "brought Is to have oats come from Canada the ninety million people of this namy garden that during July and AugHow's This? Another flood of free wool. over subterranean currents of water; In the form, of oatmeal, bo that the tion. ust tho heat Is bo Intense that it Ib We offer One Hundred Dollars Rei impossible to keep thoplants from ward for any case of Catarrh that Just so tho lightning selects and Americans will not be compelled to Not a sliver left of the Tariff board strikes the tall tree whose roots go do their own manufacturing. Do they The American people will find burning. I was unable under lattice cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh down Into and are fed by the same want to put our oatmeal mills and Idea. wool does not reduce the cost. to bring more than P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toleof my Cure. subterranean currents. our flour mills out of business? of clothing. They hare been humplants to bear seed. There arc ob- - do, Ohio. Those Texas Congressmen certainly On the other hand, Prof. Barrett, bugged by the Bryan-WilsThousands of bushels of Canadian comWe, the undersigned, have known I Jcctlons, also, to a 'woods garden. of Dublin, claims that the rod pos oats are now made Into oatmeal in got Wilson's goat. bination and the public press. But The tree roots spread throughout the F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, sesses no power except what It gains American mills; some of It right they will know the truth and the.-trutbeds and during our usual drought and believe him perfectly honorable Evidently the sheep Industry is from the one who holds It; that, un- here in Cedar Rapids. But why buy will set us free. tho plants suffer Intensely from lack In all business transactions, and fi "legitimate industry." consciously or involuntarily he di the oats In Canada to mill here, or not a of moisture and a few near the trees nancially able to carry out any oblirects it, for only "sensitives" are suc- the wheat. If you have to pay a soon will wilt. I have been able, how- gations made by his fin. Bryan waited sixteen long years cessful. duty on the oats or the wheat, while garden to bring ever, in tho woods WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, to get even with a poor sheep. The German Emperor, when he ex- the oatmeal and the flour could come Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. about 90 per cent of my seed-beaHAVE YOUR SUITS pressed his faith in the rod, tried to In duty free? lng plants to a good harvest. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern- qualify as a "sensitive," It doesn't take a mlscroscope to but found Tho bill commits discover "the man behind the throne." 's '. "2. There is a disease which ally, acting directly upon the blood that he was not one of the chosen. the same Inconsistency with regard the seedlings, that Is, the llt- - and raucqus surfaces of the system; expresses Superstition tho same to other things. For Instance, there to injury the And to f ipjilants that come up the first Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. idea by saying that only the seventh Is a duty of 10 -- per cent on sheep Australians add Insult to show thqlr' year, called 'dampening off.' The lit- per bottle. Sold by all' Druggists. .threaten, son of a seventh son can use the rod Imported,, but the wool, the mutton tle plants decay at tho soil line, wilt anil DyeTake Hall's Family Pills for con- successfully. sheep at 'Frisco. and the spring lamb can all come and fall over a few daysafter they stipation. .Jing .The shape of this rod is tho letter in free. have reached their growth and be- There was a "reason" why Gov. Y. Invert it and you have a crude The duty on the "raw product In Wilson refused to commit himself Ladies any root iaB formed. If you representation of the human figure. each case, wo are told, Is to "Pro rfhavfc 'dampening off,' you lose your FOR FLETCHER'S on tho wool Tariff. That Is what It Is supposed to typify. tect" the farmer, but while It de(entire seed crop. Under aartlficlal, In some places in Germany these stroys the miller and the packer In Cleaned f shade I lost all my seedlings; under The wool, grower Is sentenced to rods are dressed up like dolls; else- this country, how can It Protect tho Repaired. ' m natural shade I never have .seen any A Good Thing for British Iidnstry four years of hard labor, with no where they are formally baptized. farmer, for the Canadlun miller can chance for a pardon. . 1 sign of 'dampening off.' Under natur-- I i Work called From historic Republican and Proget his wheat and his oats free across al shade the roots make slower tectionists viewpoints the Woodrow Flaged Train With Shirt. the line by simply grinding it first growth than they do under artificial Tearing his shirt from his back It was a "Ralney day" when he Wilson Tariff is a measure destrucThere Is, therefore, no Protection shade, but a .better quality of foot Club $1.00 tive to American prosperity and home an Ohio man flagged a train and sav- for the producers of the raw ma- Illinois Congressman saw the Presi' is grown. Quality, It might be said, industries and the real welfare of ed it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston, ' dent about free wool. puts a ten per terials, while it simply Is what the Chinese desire In ginlabor. An Interesting side- Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a cent premium on having tho milling American seng roots. Ida Tarbell will now proceed to light is thrown upon it by the ac- wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was and the killing in Canada. Hartford Pressing Clilb, "3. An idea provalls that all an as- knit those free wool pajamas for claim with which it Is greeted by In a terrible plight when I began to As we have said before, It looks Emmy Hough's birthday. i plrant to wealth must do is to set the London press.. Whether support- use them," ho writes, "my stomach, like an effort to Y. M. C. A. BLDG., relieve the workmen out a ginseng garden and let it grow. ing pol- head, back and kdineys were all badthe old British "Free-Tradof America, whether in mills or pack HARTFORD, KY. Indeed, many of tho writers will tell icy Tho "kangaroo" and the "donkey" or the nower "preference" or ly affected and my liver was in bad ing houses of the cruel necessity of you this. This, howover, is a fatal on the dead carcass will now feast "Protection" views of the "Conserva- condition, but four bottles of Elec- saving work to do. mistake. A ginseng gardener must of an American Merino buck. tive party, tho London newspapers tric Bitters made me feel Ilk a new These are a few things, but we stay with his garden. The amount agree that tho Woodrow Wilson Tar- man." A trial will convince you ol have not yet commenced the real of time he gives to it will dopend Freo wool cut short the political their matchless merit for any stomiff Is going to be a mighty good thing now Tariff, neither career of ono uresident. and you on the slzo of his tract planted. A ach, liver or kidney trouble. Price discussion of the for British Industry and British trade. have the people yet commenced to fJ:kn0W hlstory generaUy repeats Its- fow beds will require but a few min50 cents at all druglsts. Chicago Inter-Oceaf tho real effects of It. Cedar Rapids seKf. AND CURE utes each day. A garden of an acre LUNGS fi (la.) Republican. and a Mf will requlro the servlco Unsatisfactory Tariff Proposals Freo wool and 20 per cent duty on of one man from April 15 to NovemOnly a Fire Hero. WITH Curious isn't it, how different Inmohair. We choke on words to exber 1. If you have blight, which, terests view tariff legslaton! The at- but the crowd cheered, as, with burn- press our feeling. Ye gods! What encounter part of tho most gardeners titude of some of the leading city ed hands, he held up a small round next? tlmo, two moil will bo needed. Tho papers Is almost grotesque. Here Is box, "Fellows!" h shouted, "this gardjji must bo sprayed frequently ono of them; very properly recognizBucklen's Arnica Solve I hold, has PBICB The Farmers' Free List Is tho FOR and all diseased parts of the plants OUCHS fcLW. ing Hho merit of maintaining tariff everything beat for burns." Right! biggest wii Titol let hwf rOLDS Tariff humbug ever perpeMany writers removed and burned. on sugar (something not burdensome also for bolls, ulcers, sores, pimples, trated on tho American farmer, but Land all throat and lumthoublk. tell you this is not necessary, but to anyone), yet naively contends that eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Surest OTJASANTJCXO 8ATI87A0X0JLTI the American farmer Is too smart to 9 Take experience has taught me different. while reductions in manufactured pllo cure. It subdues inflammation, be caught by it. Barnum In his palmy OK MONEY MXrUVMD. fall, when ginseng has yJ, tho One goods are sharp, on tho other band ictus pain. Only 25 cents at all drug- days would never have attempted died down naturally, the bed should "duties on products of the farm gists. 1 jBK1' Pain Pill, such a raw Joke on the tiller of Ambe carefully gone over and every old are handled very gingerly to plaA British statistician says of the erican soil. then Wf stub and stem removed, for in the cate farming Interests." Aro they? THC Wilson Tariff bill that it will "trepith of the stems tho blight spores EWfcNa Efforts are being made to put both mendously augment" British trade in As suro as tho sun shines a flood live throughout the winter and are sugar and wool on tho free list; In MACHtHsT chls country, and "considerably of shoddy clothing will follow the over reay to attack tho "ginseng In many other instances the rates are OF the cost of living here. By passage of a freo wool bill. It came ' tho spring.' QUALITY. cut, square in two. Breeding and live finding the money difference be- under Cleveland. It will como again. stock interests in the southwest pro- tween "tremendously" "There Is work in every ginseng and "congarden. Let me assure you of that test against unfair competition from siderably" one may know Just how Wo now have convincing proof that Mexico, while farmers along the north NOT Tho grower must weed bis garden and much wo will lose by It. St. Loujs a donkey can ratso as much disturbBOLD keep a sharp lookout 'for moles. .These era border have qeual cause to comAnti-Pai- n ance In a china shop as tho proverbUNDER plain over sharp reductions In cerelittle animals con do a great amount ial bull leastwise in a Tariff, china ANY proals, onions, beans, hay, dait-you, A Great Building Falls of damage in a short time. will shop. OTHER three-fifth- s of the pres- when Its foundation Is undermined, ducts, etc; "4. Fal is tho besttlme" for sotNAME. ent duty on wheat Is to bo taken off, and If 'ho foundation of heatlh good Good for all kinds of pain. ting out a gardcn.Wthougu work also Incomes from $4,000 and above will Used to relieve Neuralgia, Headand western Canada can easily spare digestion is attacked, quick collapso can bo done In the spring. I prefer TarWARRANTED FOR ALL TWC ache, Nervousness, Rheumatism, us a hundred millions if ,the price Is follows. On tho first signs of indi- make up tho "difference" in (.he mil.planting In September and October. Sciatica.jKidtK-iff revenue. It's a cinch that a Pains, Lumbago, xIfyou parchM Uw NKW HaMKyoawiJ made attractive. Live cattle aro to gestion, Dr, King's New Life Pills Seed and roots may be obtalad from Ataxia, Locomotor Backache, sheep men will not contribute have lift MKt at tb prlci yea pay, an wOKi be taxed 10 per cent, hut meats are should bo taken to tone the stomach lion Stomachache. Carsickness, Irriany growr who has a surplus. Seeds not have an endfe chain sf f pain. revenue and regulate liver, kdneys and bow- largely to the new fund. to come in free. Tho loss of tability and tor pain in any part are worth from $10 to f 1G per pound. of the body. through free sugar would mean 60 mil- els. Pleasant, easy,- - safe and only 25 Stratified seed, that Js, seed which 7 "I have ulwayi been subject to II I Woodrow Wilson has pawned his I . fl I BNB lions of dollars a year. Such deficien- cents at all druggists. I neuralgia and have vufTered from have cracked open and will grow the B II hsv II 4S CosbhisssbV i pledge ("that no legislation be. enIt for years. While vieitlnc my son cies, it la proposed, are to bo made year after you plant them, for next and auflerint from one at the oM acted that will Injure or destroy leup through taxing Incomes, beyond a ginseng seeds from th utock must attacks, he brought m a box of gitimate industry") to pay the price n certain f'nr- - from whatever source Dr. Miles' Pllli. I used months to grow. havejclghteen them as, directed and after tul;lnj of Tariff harmony In a Democratic snrtng derived. comes up tho next them it was the first time In years Congress, Carefully analyzing the situation, . lor Iifcatt art CmlUrta. you plant them in tho full, and the neuralgia ceaaed from the uw of If medicine." MRS. E. C. HOWARD, it is evjdent to the prescient mind taLac usually sell from $12 to $IG per KM YmNiyi Ahrij. B(fc " 403 Greene St. Dowaslac, MIcK. ' ff. Woodrow Wilson stabs the heart I. that the trainers of the bill so planpound. There are from 0000 to 7000 25 doMi At all druoolita. e. ' If jroa vantasewtacsaMMK.wrntr J of sheep husbandry and thus pays ned as to cater to the artisan, the Bsara ths MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. seed, to tho pound. Green, seed, that rUhtctJooM9MPurcha(.' l ij .rwjLV 'v J J wage earne.r and to "the masses" (a his election debt to iWUllam Jenfgnator of is, Jed gathered from, the plant, TMKattllaaaTaaiaffBaMiMM- nam phrase, often carelessly used) rather nings, Bryan, the. arch enemy of fifty IH nn nffj vjfsfj bmsbbjw away, aioj and the 'pulp washed V IiMIi MOST 'raOFJTABLE JQOQ.-.ltuc- 3 fins Sale andleguints i. np This is Your Chance I to Cut the Cost byActingNow Free-Trad- e; Send Order to V9999mV;t on HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. one-four- th h r- at-It- Wilson-Underwo- Cleaned s Pressed ''(?? Children Cry CASTORIA Repairing neatly done. work given special attention. Hats and delivered. month. for and rate per e" n. couch r kill the Dr. King's New Discovery HMk S e" NEW Dr. Miles9 help as thy have helped others. y Pills Globe-Democr- HOME Strrt-lfledBe- ed Antl-Pal- CASTORIA Sm bi ". " - t w y ..ft&jjHttt.-- J wlUliMai :: riV-- a .T Vt frMsWHats l11, ' - &&&. Jm ?'- - '?. ) f! cratlc party should now be subjected , oi to the injurious consequences Free Trade tariff legislation at the & C(m actorain to law at ottht Tottofflcr hands of the Democratic party. . Day Baseball News. cond th mall tuattr artford. Kj.. by day the grim realty of this fact lM. forces Itself uikmi the understanding poeple. A recent ed C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER of the SouthernNew Orleans Picayune j itorial In the -rniTORS situation as follows: RAMEY E. DUKE, J. NEY FOSTER 'dwells upon this Hartford played Its second game w "So section of the country will be PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. harder hit by the Underwood bill thaa of the season hero Saturday afternoon Uie South. Not only would the sugar at Eclipse park, beating Mverraoro.y ...... u AMrH all commualcAtioaa to .iiiiuiuHr, l. UV.UUJ.U itt.Al.1rt ttld llltl ',g .n.1 S .....- ,0 c The attendance was splendid CWa Hartford Republican. .. . .U.UUC, jues, uui. a nice little sum was realized i cotton manufactures and raw cotton I ab(mj of ,ho SUBSCRIBERS 0NOTICE TO would be Injured, without and com-- 1 v,iUor ,f the gate nt to a B con. 8ilcrihrr Jlritc tb pj-pensatlng advantages to soften the tb olJ ad Jrr Is aaklns t 4dm nifl frr blow. Despite this unfortunate sltua-jth- e nant. k movement on foot will soon : W'M tot b rttnrnwl & raoSHtsl Southern Congressmen b(j Qut nf deT)t." Rlckard, tion, many who Is a sWw arroB ja ilfJ tr mlc. slavishly lonoweu me ieaa oi former Llvcnuoro boy and player, Aorj-tocaiBtslrtHeE will TtttlTt no have either tossed the ball the Underwood, Representative InattKcr. first five through Ignorance of the Injury they nings for Hartford, and did good are Inflicting on their constituents, work, not only In the box, but play--- -3 tjLCii or through undignified subservience ed all around good ball. He was In O Cotton Voiles, plain white, extra to the dictation of their irty lead- good form and knew exactly how to Cotton Ratine, in White, Light & ers. The South should dominate the throw to each Indl ldual player among FRIDAY, MAY present administration and dictate its the visitors, having plaed many 25c Blue and Tan, regular 35c values, per quality, per yard a policies, yet as a matter of fact this game with them. The game was Going fishing Is still the popular section is receiving but scant consid! yard .25o called at 2:23 by Umpire Her and treatment for spring fever. eration." the fun began with Llvermore at the Certainly It is true, as an ethical bat. John Taylor for Hartford, was As a peace maker, Mr. Bryan did being Tissue Ginghams, in all colors first man up, and fanned, but not carry a sufficiently thick and proposition, that the South, the dominant factor in Democratic as redeemed himself more than one heavy olive branch. cendency and control, rightly should time during the game. In Cotton Ratine, in extra quality and 25o neat, pretty patterns, per yard the secupThe Thaw case Is never brought to exercise a commanding Influence ond, contrary to his usual custom, Al. the Barnett fanned, but he, attention) without a "To be continu- on party policies that affect 50c extra wide, per yard like Taylor, material welfare of the South. Not came back. An Intense excitement & ed" line being appended. for long, we think, will the South con arose when In the second all the A class of nine men at Cornell are tlnue to endorse, with patience, the Irish Linen, very best quality, per cooking. Nothing scant consideration which it is re- bases were full Hartford batting taking a course In Robertson went to bat and was caught Silk Stripe Ratine, in Light Blue like being prepared for woman of out, ceiving under the present order but he made the visitors work 50c yard thngs. for It, Mutt Hunter scored. "Pun" 50o Tan, 65c values, per yard and scored next, with Turley following; It's nip and tuck in New York beangsters and the police. A Shock to Aricultural Interests. Igleheart went to first, bringing Turtween the The revision of the Tariff Iaw.now ley home. Igleheart made an out by If they could wipe each other out, being worked on by the Democratic trying to steal third. In last half of city would be better off. the Heavy Linens, in Brown and White, congress, includes in Its program the the third all bases were full for Liv- Summer Wash Silks, in Stripes and says to reduction of the import duty upon many ermore The Wilson administration when Downs fanned, and extra values, per yard 25c the Industries it Is about to kill; articles produced by Iowa and other two men were already out. Needless all colois, very fine grade, per yard 2oc pleas- farmers. The proposed reduction oi to say there was joy in the Hartford "take your medicine and look ed or we will swat you at once with duties is for the purpose of attempt camp. Rlckard made a dandy two bagour own big stick." ing to make It easier for people of ger In last half of the third, and the United States in our home market Barnett made a great slide on second Lawns! Lawns,!! in all colors, reguOotton Voiles, with Silk Stripes in We haven't much of the navy in so that what is produced by foreign in making a two bagger. His slide t waters, but among the the Pacific countries will lower the price receiv- was spectacular and applauded. Litvessels that are there, is the cruis- ed by our people in this country on tle Mutt got hit by the pill, as did lar 15c values, per yard many pretty, patterns, per yard... 35c 10c e er Maryland, whose men have just what they have to sell. Lower prices Robinson. Little Turley, the splent broken the record at target practice. Hartford catcher, bluffed the received by farmers and manufactur did he & If Congressman Stanley really wants ers will have their depressing effect catcher for the visitors when made a debate in the senatorial race why upon many industries now healthy un was a run from third to home and m aa Gentry made the first & safe. don't he challenge Governor McCreary der the Republican Protective Tariff law still In force. Since the last score for Llvermore, and it was in and request him to tell all about the present financial conditions of Ken- Democratic Tariff law with its at- the fourth. In the sixth for Hartford tendant low prices, there has been a Barnett went into the box to relieve tucky? readjustment of prices on a Protective Rlckard, and while not In good form In his speech at Glasgow Monday, basis, with higher and better prices struck out 6 men out of 12 up; Rich opening his campaign for United for farmers' products, and prosperity ard struck 11 men out with total of State Senator, A. O. Stanley assail- for them and those about them. In 12 men at the bat. Payne for Llv Beckham's record in a the near futuure, with a low Tariff ermore struck out 4men out of 24 ed attempted to and foreign competition, another re up, vicious '"manner'-anchow that he entered into corrupt adjustment may be expected In which a lively Interest in the ball games deals with the railroads to promote lower prices will prevail, and so a Interest and cost at public auction, The score: legislation in their interests. on a credit of three monhta. The pur, Still shock to agricultural and other bus- Hartford . . . 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 x- -S and the management hopes they will continue to come. They are an Inchaser will be required to cxecuttf; vben Beckham was Governor and a iness interests may be looked for. Llvermore. . . 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 2 In The Oil Field. spiration. j: bond with aproved 'security for tht candidate for this same Clarinda (la.) Journal. Stanley was "raving and caving" on purchaso price. The line up of the teams were as ; THE UMPIRE. every hill top, If not on every stump, Given under my hand this the 21st follows: Hartford Taylor, as; RosenWhea the Farmers Had day of May. 1913. in this neck of the woods in bis inBe kind to the unmplre who boss blatt cf; Rlckard 2b & p; Barnett Wool. terest and proclaiming Beckham the 43t 2b & p; Hunter lb; Thomas lf;Tur-le- y es the game, whose doom It too freT. II. BLACK, S. O. C. purest 'Governor Kentucky ever had. We take the liberty of making the Work has not yet begun on the c; Robertson 3b; Igleheart cf; quently sealed; It serves no good purStanley should be taken with several following selections from a personal King rf. and well at the Bennett farm near Beda, Excursion to Louisville. Llvermore Atherton c; pose to camp on his frame, grain of salt. although 'the machinery Is dally exSunday, Juno 1st. the L. & N.wlll letter from Mr. John C. McVay, for Moseley, rf; Howiey ss; Downs cf? strew him all over the field. The umpire is human which fact pected. run an excursion train from ProviWilson claims to be many years a large sheep rancher In Gentry If; Rowan 2b; Quigg lb; AthPresident erton, A., 3b; Payne, p; R. ' Payne, you may doubt a creature of tissues dence, Ky., to Louisville and return politicians in New Hand county. South Dakota: fighting machine and blood; he pales at the sound of The Brown, well, near Victory same day. "To knock American sheep in the substitute. Jersey, but down n Kentucky he Is your bloodthirsty, shout, and shrinks Schoolhouse Is down 500 feet and the Leave Madls'onilllc G:1E A. M. fare recognizing the class of this species head.klll the sheep industry too dead Clarence. Tlnsley, a baseball fan from the sickening thud. He may work Is very satisfactory to the con $2.00 round trip. of politicians in the appointment of to skin, and, not reduce the price of cottage like tractors. Leave Bremen 6:14 A. M. faro $2.00 JBen Marshall to the Collector-shiat woolen clothing to the consumers, and a good pitcher, too, was sitting have a vine covered in the grand stand and caught a foul yours, a home where a laying wife round trip. Lexington. It was Ben Marshall, who would be an outrage, as I view It. dwells; and when he's on duty the Two flno Bhowings of oil have been Leavo Moorman 6:23 A. M. fare $L-a few years ago, was suggested by "Of course, you know how It was strike during the game. no struck In tho well on Uie Geo. fear she endures Is something round trip. South Trimble as a suitable election under the Wilson Tariff. This was chronicler tells. She hears from the Did you ever notice that Rick, farm near Dukehurst, depth Leave Ccntertown 6:45 A. M. faro commissioner, in order to enable the my experience: There being no mar and botween 400 and 500 feet. smiles while playing, and also bleachers a thunderous roar, $1.75 round trip. Democrats to carry elections, even ket at home, we shipped to Boston. thinks It announces his fate. "I reckLeavo Hartford 6:59 A. M. fare though they did not have the majority After the wool had lain there till the enjoys his Spearmint? on," she sighs, "he'll come home on 11.75 round trip. of the votes. President Wilson can- new crop from the South was coming The Snell well was shot by Its In the Sth John Taylor caught a a door, or perhaps In a basket or owners Wednesday Leave Sunnydale 7:20 A. M fara not gain the confidencee of the peo- forward, I wrote for a report. Our with about r.O good pop up. In fact he played good crate." ple by fighting political thieves and wool sold for 9 cents. After deductquarts of nitroglycerine at two sands. $1.75 round trip. Be kind to the umpire; his hopes The result was Leavo Dundee 7:2S A. M. faro $1.30 machine Democrats In spots. He owe3 ing the freight and other charges, we ball in every respect, Satu-daremarkable. A few are your own; he's doing the best minutes after tho shot tho oil went round trip. as much to Kentucky as he does to received S cents per pouund net. Messrs. R. T. Coll ss, Ab. Veiser that he can;- - hla head Isn't elm and at least 23 "Before McKlnley's first term was New Jersey along this line, and It Leavo Ellmltch 7:40 A. M. feet over tho derrick and ro three on- - his heart Isn't stvue. he's lust like It Is confidently at and Ernest Wood ar-'- w Returning leave Loulsvlllo 7:00 P. will not do to Pay he has been deceiv- out we got 28 cents per pound predicted that this ed In this Instance for the entire re- St. Lawrence. My grazing land of thuslastlc fans in .hu bl achers Sat- the neighboring man. Don't call him well, already a good one, will now M. sanio date. that time was worth $4 to $5 per acre urday rooting and call! g Hartford a bonehcad or say his work's punk, pump 500 barrels a day. cord was put up to him. H. E. MISCHKE. Agent, The same land today is worth $40 to victory. Get any me.uoer of tills or that he's a robber Insist; don't 5tl Hartford. Ky. recently to $30 per acre." An Ohio county farmer trio to tell you a yarn the ball lelt liir.i v.th cu3tlngs or vitrified Notice. went to Ownesboro to sell his wool. Free wool is to come again, and playing in those good old days 40 Junk, or smite him with .bludgeon or By vlrtuo of an execution Issued He "was politely Informed by the buy- with Worse fist, it a big drop In the price re- years (more or less) ago. ers to whom he bad heretofore sold ceived by the American than a fish story. Sunnose vou are doine the Dost from tho ohl Circuit Court on March OUR BILL OF FARE framerfor his that there would bo nothing doing clip. The drop will come not only you know how, and striving your 19th' 1913, columandlnB tho undersign in the wool line until the tariff act through the Inrush of foreign wool, SbcM ot Ohio county to muko Rol. Riley Is doing good work to blamedest to please, and bystanders . Iwas passed, and that If It went on oul ol u, C8UU0 or got the "kids" enlisted in a good throw at your head a dead cow. nk AU?: the but also through the free admission or the free list It would be at least 15 of shoddy and rags which take the ball team here, and Is taking the break your legs off at the knees. sum of $24.05 which sum Marllu Keith or 20 cent cheaper on the iound than place of wool. Then, too, there lead in getting a good second team. Supposo you are trying your best to recovered against him In the Ohio s heretofore. This fanner came back will be a iaid exefurther decline In wool price He is right when he says we have be fair, and critics come up in a Circuit Court, and wher-nhome declaring that he would put an when, as the some good and professional ball play crowd, set frle to your whiskers, and cution came to tho hands of 1.19 unresult of dlsemployment, dersigned ,' in riff a:iu while In full X under the lox cabin this fall, no American have a small- ers here In the embryo. Ho enjoy-e- s pull out your hair, and put you in matter who was on the ticket, nor er purchasing power with 011 l!io Gth the work with the boys as much shapo for a shroud. If p'eoplo re force a.id effect, which to day of A..rU. 1913. said execution who the members of the ticket had buy clothes made of wool and also as they enjoy playing and bis assis- fused to believe that you try to give voted jfor Jast fall. This is only the the food products them their 50 cents' worth, you'd WJ "!JL0'- - ul,on tno following tract that .come from tance. beginning of experiences to bo met the bo so discouraged you'd alt down ana or parCcI of ,and " Ohio county, farm. It was estimated that the by our fanner frlonds, who have been Wilson K atucky, bounded as follows: 0.1 Tariff law of 1894. In four Hartford will play against Llvermore cry. and say there's no iuslL'o fooled 4by the Democratic orators In- years caused a I 0a tno norta ov the lands of Thorn decline in 4he prices at that place Sunday. Another de- earth. to the belief that Free Trade could of farm products M Wi,80I: east by lands of " feat for Llvermore. Be kind to tho umpSro and give and In the value of bring prosperity to this country. farm lands' amounting him a chance to live to a happy old Goorso Crumes; on thesouth by tho to at U They findbat the first amplication ,f v,rS Stewart; One thing can be said for Llvermore age; reward him with pralso and and on tho always contains the' throo staples. 'iat the loss of 10 of Free Trade to be made by the y jands ot Marlln Keith, con-- j lav of 1913 is ttf be, remains and that Is that everyone of their fel couraging glance when ho does his we Oats, corn and Democrats Is upon everything that to be seen. "V J endeavor kJ acres, more or less, an,! . lows are perfect gentlemen, and con- devour on his staee. Save tm vour .. belng "" ,aU(1 that Is now owned j the farmer raUes, and it will take ducted themselves as such whilo in dead catus for the scavenger' man, at least another 20 years to fool them The bad faith of the Democratic Hartford, and that was not the your cabbago for cigarette smoke; bjr Frank Allen nd has been in his I BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, again. organization stands out conspicuous- first time they were over here. We the umpire is doing tho best that he l108"' tor more than fifteen years ' ly. Thousands of farmers voted for like tnnra all and are always glad to can U nro 6,ean and 'free front Puuant , to said execution and xr as a he shouldn't bo klllled The South's Giieva-c- p. ,ovy r or ono ot n,v deputies, will , Wilson and Democratic candidates for hav , rlendly game with them. , oh n,U8tant seed. My Corn Is sound and Joke. That tbo Southern States will sson Congress, under the belief that wool .the 9th day of Juno, 1913, It being 'not musty, m, Hay la well , curitV ,. . bo the scene of sharp reaction against would bo permitted to remain on the . . . the first dnv Of tho nhlrflM.,l. RBUVlVn MAPIITVP! Vfn CATF" It does no good to tell Estill Thoml ou"' Inl.. Ul ll r rrro.,,; ..- : ionou,, ., the destructive Kreo Tra e jo! of dutiable list and under adequate Pro- as what to do in playing ball. Just w"" """ "" r UJ , ,y y,.icea u -- - --- uuui in iianioru, "uu nest .u ,.. iow ,.. ...... uiowutuc, ..... usou hn uuuru the Democratic party becomes more tection, and this belief was Induced leave it to him, and If anything is roniug tartAl.,M uoit ..MAJ a mufciu - V ItaVIVAAn iuo 1..... oi an a, Jil. 10 and more probable. It in one of by the course of Democratic legisla- knocked In his field he Is always day, but goes at a bargain. Drop leaf and 2 p. m., bffcr for salo to tho fate's keenest Ironleo that a section tion and the utterances of the Demo-c-t!- c thero to deliver the goods. machine, and a dandy. Address O. F. highest and best bidder the above 4 which almost from time immemorial candidate for President. Point 17, in care of The Hartford Repub- - uescrtuca property, or so much there- The Produea'Marrihant .been .tug mainstay of the Demo- - PI .asant (V. V. a.) Sfate Gazette. of as necessary to satisfy above debt. .Juu 43t4. Tbo ladles ot Hartford are taking llcan. HARTFO.RD, - KENTUCKY Hartford Republican. , a4 a 0 ROSENBLATT'S HARTFORD, 0 o h o o .J. !..... ni-i.-- .land 0 Summer Dress Material s a a o o r avrir' s airar $ At Our Three, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Store - Buying Power Prices a o a o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 PARCEL POST ORDERS GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION rSjample entl tBy 1VguI On tequet. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ex-Go- v. d 000SO00030$00Hilt4Ni0 ! I Si 06 1 p 75 Sul-leng- er al-w- y. wage-earne- rs to-w- lt, to 1 od da '"B r ":' ""lia 6' r .:."".:.. -- ; ;;..: :,zr - ws. W, E. ELLIS 5r"- - TBir rrv ja wwauiwr rywwmwmxm:tm T" i V NEW SHIPMENT We have just received our fourth shipment of Rugs, Druggets, Win- neighborhood, Is tho owner of a now Ford flvo iae3cnger .touring car. Judgo J. S. Glenn was In Nashvlllo soveral days this week attending tho closing exercises of Ward Seminary. Sir. II. W. King, tho popular with his family has returned from CLEAR RUN. MIsb talia Glenn, who haa been In school. at Nashvlllo for tho past May 19. Mr. A. Stewart received a year, la at homo for tho vacation. message Saturday stating that his wlfo Dy ,a Uttlo work tho Shetland who Is at Owcnsboro under tho treatPony, harness and buggy will belong ment of Dr. Hoover, was much worse. to somo Ohio county girl or boy. Ho went Immediately to Owcnsboro. Sir. John Rlloy, of Hartford, visited Sir. J. A. Caldwell, of tho Goshen his tenants Sunday. Mr. John Jackson and wlfo spent tho day Sunday at Clear Run with Mr Mack Murray's family. Miss Cass o Hoover visited relatives near Concord this week. Mrs. T. Henry Is at present living with her daughter, Mrs. Delilah Smiley, near Taffy. Mrs. Henry is In very bad health. Tho farmers woro glad to sco tho nlco rain which fell rccntly. Crops hero wcro needing rain bad and many plant beds were ruined by tho dry weather. A beautiful monument has been erected at tho gravo of Mr. Zanda Hanley. Tho unveiling will not tako placo until sometime in June. I ' Summer Millinery a visit to friends at Itussell-vlll- o. You are considering the pur- Mr. A. J. Carter, Hartford, It. F. No. 1, called to see us WednesTho day and rcnowed his faith In D, Republican. T. II. Benton, County Jtoad Engineer, will be found at tho offlco of County Judgo Wedding on Monday 43t8 of each week. Miss Gladys Wootcn .will leave tho chase of your HOT WEATHER HAT. We want to call your attention to the great variety of dow Shades, Lace Curtains, Mattings, DraperiEx- New Summer Hats we are showing. Fashions latest decree always on exhibition in our show room. Copies of many foreign models as well as the productions of our own work room that will appeal to the most fastidious dressers can be seen by visiting our Millinery department. Don't think of buying your summer millinery until you have A ;'IV j Graduation Presents! f Y t- - thirty-thir- d com Tho annual mencement exercises of Hartford College will bo held at Dr. Bean's tension Mr. W. H. Pierce, Rosinc, candidate for tho Republican nomination Opera House next week. On SunMay 25, tho Baccalaureate ser for Magistrate, visited us while in day, house-cleani- ng is mon will bo preached at tho Baptist town Tuesday. by Rev. S. M. Miller, of fchurch Quito a number of people from Broadway Methodist Church, Louistimes. Hartford went up to tho oil wells to ville. witness tho shooting of tho Snell Monday evening "Clnderllla In in well Wednesday. an operetta in four Flowerland," will bo presented by GO Tho famous Beaver Dam Flour scenes, tlie direction of under and Meal Is for sale by W. H. children, Misses Glenn and" Marks. SatisfacMooro & Son, Hartford. Tuesday evening, Miss Nail's pu42t2 tion guaranteed. pils' recital. Mrs. Rouse, of Evansvllle, demon strated the Blue Flanio oil stove at Wednesday evening the pupils of the Hartford Music Go's, store on tho Fifth grade appear in a minstrel drill; those of Sixth, Seventh and Wednesday and Thursday. In Eighth grades In two plays. If you have something for salo, charge of Profs. Hedrlck and An It In The Republican, Hart' i derson. "' '"' i ford. Rates are low, and gladly furHigh Thursday evening " the 34tf nished upon application. Schnnln nnntinl noelamatflrv con- The Ubulsvllle Weekly Herald and te8t M von- A goW medal The Hartford Republican, onev year will be presented to the successful each, for ?1.35. Send all orders to contestant. Tho Scholarship Med- The Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf al, offered each year to the pupil Dr. S. J. Wedding, who has had a making highest grades in the 'High slight attack of pneumonia, is slow School Department, will also be ly recovering and his many friends presented. Friday evening the Senior Class will bo glad to see him out again. Plenty oT" Stock Peas and German will deliver their orations and receive their diplomas. Millet on hand now. tho expenses .In order to defj-aLIKENS & ACTON, Of the entertalnments.rent of Opera Hartford, Ky. 44tf admission fee I have,' at my stand on tho Hart House, etc., a small the first four complete will be charged for ford and Lletohfield road, a nights. Reserved seat season ticklln of Groceries and Dry Goods. ets, COc. Reserved seats, single W. J. MILLER. night, 25c. General admission, 20c. grocery is headJ. D. Ralph's Children, 10c. Tickets will be on quarters for anything Jn the general Who wants the bicycle?,. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock handles a sale grocery or meat line. Also Who wants the Shetland PonyT at Ohio County Drug Co. Store. ' complete line of stock feed, chicken ' sick feed. Miss Matty o Duke Is on tho t4 23. FRIDAY, MAY Resolutions of Respect. .list. Mr. Raymer Tinsley has returned I Whereas, It has pleased the Great Help bohio' girl .or boy win the tine from Greenville where he terminatM.-B& E. Railroad Time Table Shetland pony and outfit. . ed a very successful years work as Sovereign Commander and Ruler of principal of the Greenville High the Universe to call from the Forest at Hartford, Ky. Miss Graco Hartford, Uvermore, is School. ... fclAnria- In ITnrtfnrrl. of this world 'to the Golden Forest vloUIno ... . L. & N. time card effective aionaay Mr. J. N. Schapmlro and wife, of beyond, Sov. our dear brother, Aug. 21st. Mr. L. P. Foreman, who has been Bloomlngton, 111., and Miss Jessie Stevens, who died at his again. are Charles L. Mattlngly, Campbellavllle, 111., No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. sick, is able to be out dally except' Sunday. visiting relatives and friends here for home in the Forests of Olaton, Ky., cash prices at Commercial kBest Eggs. Chickens and butter. May 9, 1913, forcibly reminding us M' a few days. No. Hi North Bound duo 1:15 p. m. except Sunday. box, that in the midst of life w'o are in daily FdUND A silver plated match Mrs. Rowan Holbrook la visiting near the L. & N. 'depot Owner may death, therefore, be it No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a.' m. frlendB Owcnsboro this week have same by properly identifying ' Resolved, That in the .death of Mrs. Jennie Moscley.ot Owensboro, the property and paying for this ady. Bro. Sov. Stevens White Oak Camp 113 SOUtn uounu uuu No. Is visiting Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox. It. No. 243, W. 0. W., has lost a novertisement. daily except Sunday, for sale. When in need of anything in staple ble, zealous and ardent .worker In "I have Hay MARTIN, H. E. MtSCHKE, Agt. Hartford, Ky. or fancy groceries, meats, stock and the ranks of Woodcraft. 33tf R. B. Resolved, That In his death the Martin, of Select, chicken 'feed call J. D. Ralph's groEsn. Georce W. ' 'phone No. family lost a kind and affectionate came to see ua while" In town,, Wed cery, Hartford. Farmers' 43t4 husband and father, and the comsixty-ni(69). nesday. GIRL HELP WANTED Girl to munity In which he lived, a good Tho nrizra uivnn in The Republi help do housework and cooking. Good citizen. can's contest are well worth work Resolved, That wo tender to tho home for right party. Word is light. ing for. Must furnish good references. Apply bereaved family our heartfelt symRepublican will bo CopleB of Tho A. B. WEDDING. pathy In their sad bereavement and Pony to Dundee, Ky. commend them to Him who doeth 41tf. fast, but we sent to all contestants in tho Are going Contest. Editor J. Ney Foster, C. O. Hun-to- r, all things well. have some good ones yet. The hardest worker will surely be Resolved, That theso resolutions Clarence Barnard, Raymer Tins-leDon't fail to remember rewarded haudsomely in our Pony Allison Barnott and John Daniel be spread upon the records of our , Contest. and a copy furnished the are fishing on Rough river at tho camp your child, brother, sishas mouth of Banett's creek for a few family and sent to each of tho( Little Beattrice Bean, who ter, relative or friend. been quite ill of pneumonia, Is con- days. county papers and the Sovereign There are not many who valescing. city, has Visitor for publication. Mr. Hooker Williams, Dono by order of White Oak Mr. F. W. Plrtlo, East Hartford, been compelled to withdraw from honor and you have this was a pleasant calller at, our office tho race for the Democratic nomina- Camp No. 243, W. O. W., Olaton.Ky. DR. CHAS. W. FELIX, should appreciate and Wednesday. tion for County Clerk, because of G. J. HOOVER, removed Borloua and continued sickness In his them. Mr. J. W. Wilson has H. E. MONROE, A nice watch, of which from tho Klein property to his farm family. Committee. There will be nq regular preachwe have a complete line, near PrenUs. Hart- ing services at the Christian church struck Tho blcyclo Attention Company H. prices which we guar- -' ford and both craze has female seem bora Sunday mqrnlng, that hour male and beat, The members of Co. II, aro directantee you can't being taken up with the college bacto bo victims. However, Pas- ed to report at the armory for drill ,grade considered, makes Superintendent calaureate sermon. Mr. Tom Crowdcr, The 23, 7:30. night, an ideal present. It's of the Poor Farm, was among our tor Wright will preach at tho regu- Fridayrange Marecentlyat been repairrifle has every callers Tuesday. lar evening hour, as usual, something useful in ed and. members present will arrange Mr. Richard C. Hocker and Miss Mr. W. H. Parks, Hartford, R. F. day life, .and with proper v Taylor dates best eulteu to them for rlflo Myrtle D. Herndon, both of paid us care will last a life time; D. No. 3,Tuesday. a pleasant call while Mines, were married at the residence practice Tho fellow who tries and In town good will have a splendid optherefore being appreciatof Mr. Goorge Barakat, Louisville, makes Mr. Charles Bell, Hartford, R. F. portunity to get a summer's outing ed. last 'Monday. Mr. Hockey 1b the pop camp D. No. 7, was among our appreciatthis year, as all who make a ular manager for tne Taylor Coal Co., Or one of those stylish ed callers Tuesday. score of 120 or more on the homo Is one of tho most cameo necklaces Have DalFRoyal, Fordsvllle, Is while the bride sent to ono of tho reg rango, Mrs. not visiting G.her father, Mr., Tom Wal- talented young 'ladles of that vicin imental will bo for expert practice ranges you seen them? ity. Wo have during tho summon lace, East, Hartford. you should. At the Woman's' Missionary ConferC. B. SHOWN, 1st Lieut many other nice presents ,. or. J. S. Bea.n, Olaton, has re- ence- recently held in KUrton, Ky., after soveral das visit Mrs. A. L. Mell, of Beaver Dam, turned homo 1 he appropriate. thatv The Pooled Vol 's Sold. to his father. Dr. L. B. Bean. was made field secretary or conferI) . son, Bus-sel- L ence organizer. received at w Tho wool Mrs. Mell Is also Mr. T. H. Faught and1 J.-B- . 2 and 3. All per- Owensboro, are visiting Mr. secretary of the Owensboro district. Deaver Dam, Ju. of THer, past success and real In the mis sonB having We. poolod with the and Mrs. M. A. Faught, pity . The Reliable Jeweler and county sionary 'work, has won her theso A. S. of B. will 4 leaso deliver on Optician, Any girl or boy In Ohio ' of honor among the elect those dates. 1C years old .may become a places not over Ky. ".'AR'i, Sec. D. M. 3 women of (he, Louisville Conference. candidate In our Pony Contest. es, Curtain Poles, needful these first of tho month for Knoxvlllc.Tenn. whero she will visit her slster.Mrs. A. V. McFcc. Commencement Exercises. Brackets, etc., in fact anything that We carry the largest stock of these goods our city and we want to extend to you a special invitation to' call and see our line and. get our prices. YOU DO THIS AND WE WILL DO THE REST. Also remember that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. seen our showings and consulted our trimmer. J5g5c . ". ! E. P. BARNES 4 BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartford Republican. WAN TED! You to see our new line of DRY GOODS and! MILLINERY and: LADIES' FURNISHINGS, DRESS MAKING. New Hats and Dress Goods - arrive every, week. '7 i,u LOYAL BROS. Narrows, Ky. . .J LINDSAY Civil and Mining Engineer OF TAOOMA, WASH. ne Geological Examinations, Surveys, OiT Analysis at Reasonable Rates. New Commercial Hotel. , HARTFORD,KY. y, Pointer and Decorator by Trade MJV. KINDS OF PAINTING DONE. J. Nl MB'RY en-cour- ge Satisfaction Guaranteed in Eveiy Instance. Estimates Furnished. ?at P. O. CROMWELL. KENTUCKY. ' Y Sheriff's Sale. If TAPPAN Hartford, By virtue ot a judgement Issued from the Ohio circuit court in favor of the Fordsvllle Banking Co., against Sol Phillips and Jacob Newton, I or one ot my deputies will on Monday June 2, 1913, b ween the hours a. m. and 2 p. n., at the court of house door In Hartford, Ky., offer for salo the following real estato or bo much thereof as Is necessary to Batisfy tho above execution amount ing to $20.00 with interest at the raw Notice. , of 6 per cent, from the 15th day '" I keep Jones' Brand of February, 1903, and also tho f uu. '.land at all times. Any, sum of $8.25 adjudced as icosU, the you want. Ask any one A certain house and lot In town of Aotnavllle, in tho county used same as to results. W. B. of Ohio and Stato of Kentucky, and bou led as follows: Produce Beginning at a stone N. E. corner V 45t2 to Allen Buck; thence with bis line ; 1 a stone; thence B. 19fc feet to a stone; ttiencs N. 210 feet to-stone; thence with Owensboro Leltchfleld road N. 105 feet to the be- acre glnalng, containing one-ha- lt land, more, or lees. See deed book page 478, unio county cieres. ou n mate uct. 10, isa- -. Levied on as tho property Phillips, this April 4, 1913. T. H. BLACK, S. By S. O. KeowH.l 44t3 S. 210 feet to a ao. . J4S i . JiJ?awawflPJSJI"CTP;reTaasarpel -- i M ty: C. G. Davenport, Warren county. lh0 I,ouso of neprcscntatives, Ohio county officers L. B. Tich-ono- r, jwho may bo nominated upon this YOUR Ohio Coumf President; Henry Plrtle, SecMay 13. Rain Is very much needed 'platform, should ho bo selected by retory; S. E. Bennett, Treasurer. hero. Is T. F. lllrkhcnd. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Circuit Court First. We endorso all tho stops 'the pcoplo In tho final election, An addition Is being nmdo to which havo been taken by tho Conn-- 1 Instructed and pledyod to yoto for Judge; Ben D. Rlngo. Attorney. W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, 11. G. RIGHT Panther Creek church. llnrriiH, Ky. P. Mldklff, Jailer; AND ty Republican and Progressive Exec- - tho following laws: E. BlrUhead, Muster Coin Clerk; E. 1. L, II. Tlchenor, Hartford,-- It. F. Prayer meeting and Sunday school lulssloner; 11. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. fi. utlro Committees, leading up to and A mensuro embodying the In the school house. Jury Fund: T. II. Muck, Sheriff, tho call for this conven- -' tlvo nnd referendum. 2. K. V, Hartford, Roynolds, Ky. ' Rev. O, H. Lawrenco haa resigned Hon Deputies S. O. Kcown, 3. M. 8. Pntlnraon. Qlaton, Ky. The recall for nil State, District Hartford. to formulate a platform upon accept work Dam; G. P. Jones, Kouto ft, Beaver I. II. 1.. Alfonl, White Run, Ky. Don't Let Them Waste Time tho caro of tho church to which candidates for tho various conn - , and County officials. Hartford; W. C. Knrp, Roslne. Court fl. Hlrtuml l'liimmor, Tnylor Mines, near Orconvillo. An amendment to tho Primary contents first Monday In February Kentucky ty offices and member of tho House Mr. Henry .Mllllgan and family and on Useless Studies. three weeks; third of Representatives aro to appeal to Election Law, providing for tho elec- and continues sister, MIsh Mattle Mllllgan, spent weeks; voters of Ohio county for support at tion of delegates to National conven- Monday In April, two wooliH, third Sunday at It. M. Millers. Monday In October two tho coming November election, under tions, and for tho selection of all Palls-vlll- o Wedding. R. County Court R. Mr, John Bruncr went to emblem, believing party committeemen. tho Republican Judge; V. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. TTittTiSJsr- WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT? Sunday. Hartford. Is best for thoso who may An amendment to the Primary Elec Smith, Attorney, Court Mr. O. T. Burdett and Mr. Wm. that It In each that where convenes first Monday General Primary to know what Hon Law, providing Mllburn are building an addition to may bo expected of them in advance, tlier Is only ono candidate of any mouth. It Not Mr. Ed Baize's house. Quarterly Court Hasina on the A Boy Trained For a Profeuion Attorney Law and fair to tho people of tho county party at tho closo of the time limit, fourth .Monday in February, May, Apt to Be Contented or Suecettful Miss Mary Chambers is in Owcns-borto know Just whero their candidates tho selection may be made through August nnd November. HARTFORD, KY. Yet Agriculture la a Farmer Court of Claims Convenes first stand, upon nil questions of public that party's committee. Quite ai Important a the 6lattlca or Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Storms of Tuesday In Jnnuury nnd first Tues- Will practice bin proftoalon in Uala-anAn amendment to tho Election Law day In spent Saturday night and Sun- interest. Profeseions. October. Floral adjoining counties. Commercial the "Learned" to have Second. Wo favor rigid economy permitting any candidate Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le- and Criminal Practice a Specialty. day with tho families of J. B. Cham-cr- s you expect to rear a line trotall the business the benefit of tho votes of nil parties Could Survejor, Fordsllle, Ky., R. in tho conduct of and Newman Harden. ting torso or n Rood steady farm county to the end that tax- which may support his candidacy by F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, AssesMiss Bculah Corley, of Owensboro, of the early If you sent the beast In its es may bo reduced to tho lowest pos- having his namo placed undeY more sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartyouth to a man who trained a etableful Is at R. M. Miller's for the summer. sible rate, realizing that wo aro bur- than one device upon tho ballot. ford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hart Mr. Jack Brlddle and family of of fancy saddle stock? Can you exhigh taxes, by tho present The repeal of tho odious registra- ford. dened Law pect your boy to go through the ordi- Evansvlllc arc visiting at Mr. Geo. JUSTICES' COURTS. tion certificate law, 'which in every State, county and town. nary rural high school and hnvc him Barnctts. HARTFORD, KY. Lesllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday Third. As a matter of economy election has made easy the corrup"stay hitched" on the fnnn? These L. J. Taylor and family spent Sunafter 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday Mjaans. W. H. Uarrnu timl C. E. and in tho Interest of a better tion of the ballot wherever certifi- after 3rd Monday In Juno, Tuesduy are Identical. The aver- day at VlreliMllIera. propositions Smith onnounoo 'that Uwy havo form- system, wo favor placing the cates aro required. holds up Ideals age county high school after 3rd Monday in September, TuesMr. and Mrs. Robert Miller siiont' business a lxirtiKTiJv'j) for tlio eottoml prac A measure prohibiting the uso of day after 3rd Monday In December. and teaches topics that will necessarily Monday with Mr. Jim Phillips, who Fiscal affairs of the county in the John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday tice of law, cxc(pt cnhnlnal and dlvor lead the boy to sigh for a city career In has been quite sick the past six hands of a commission to bo com- money,' with which to corrupt vot3rd Friday the learned professions, so called. posed of three persons to bo chos- ers, and disfranchising any one after 3rd Monday In March, Friday aasas, Mr. Smith being County Attor.Monday In June, after Are you and I to blame? Of course months. en by tho voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes. .Monday In September, ney is pruwnted from practicing such after 3rd Mr. Ben Swope Is sick with rheu we are. It is only necessary for the frlday after 3rd .Monday Iti De- ccaeetj. Mr. Buroua will likdivlduolly A corrupt practice act. large; believing that tho finances parent, the taxpayers, tlie everyday matism. cember. accept such practtoo. Workman's compensation law. Office la Mrs. Elizabeth Douthett of Sythla, of tho county can better bo handled folks who hold the purso Btringa to say: O. E. Scott. Cromwell, Wednesday A measure placing our penal Instituwe have had enough of an edu- Is spending some time with her by a smaller number of men, who "Here, after 3rd Monday In March, Wed- Hartford Republican building, Hartcan bo chosen entirely with their tions under control of a nonpar- nesday after 3rd .Monday In June, ford, K" cation that Is so old that it Is musty daughter, Mrs. Sallle Floyd. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sepan education that is all books. Give of the business quallficatons in view. Un- tisan commission. Thero will be a reunion tember, Wednesday after 3m Mori- our children an education that tits Haynes family at Panther Creek der this arrangement tho offco of Repeal of tho hunter's tax. ..... . .n .4 t.. rt them for lite here at home," Repeal of tho dog tax. Quite Justice of the Peace would not be John H. Miles. Rocktmrt. I.VI.lnv! will fit peo- grave yard, Thursday the lath. This new education that detracted from, but Its powers for Abolishment of many needless of after Srd Monday vi March. Frten.v ple for life is coming, but It is coming a 'Crowd is expected. Law Misses Myrtle Burdett and Sallle usefulness In the maintenance of or- fices created by tho last session of after 3rd .Monday In June. Friday too slowly in the country. Our very KY. HARTFORD, after 3rd Monday In September, Frider in the various magisterial dis- the legislature. best young blood is being siphoned out Ford have returned from tho teachA measure reforming tho taxing day after 3rd Monday In December. tricts would bo far greater. country and Into the city. The ers meeting in Louisville. of the J. C. Jackson, Contertown, Sat- ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN Fourth. Tho office of county as- system of the State which will place urday after 3rd Monday in March. cities do not need this fine new blood; Mr. Israel Rheardon and family This office Is equipped for hand sessor should be abolished, and the the burdens of taxation where they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, the country does. spent Sunday at Charlie Rhcardons. It Is quite easy to say that the cry Mrs. J. B. Bruncr Tlsited the duties of that official performed by properly belong, Instead of upon the Saturday after Srd .Monday In Sep- - ling Commercial Law and Collection Is rising, "Back to the farm." But It family of Walter Skinner Sunday. men chosen by the County Board of men who own small homes nnd visi- temncr, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litiIn December. gated matters. Practlco in all tho Is not at all easy for the city man to Commissioners, for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded In the Miss Annie Belle Miller of OwensM. C. Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday afgo in fact, the city man, the man bred assessment. boro who has been visiting her sis- district. ter 2nd .Monday in .March. Tuesday courts. Prompt and vigorous service. and born in a big city, can hardly go A law giving the people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday M. L. Hcavrln's Office. Fifth. The people of Ohio county back to the soil with any degree of ter, Mrs. Ed Frolelgh, has returned we equal advantages with thoso of the after 3rd Monday In August, Tues deserves better roads and certainty that he will succeed. lie home. day artcr 2nd Monday in November. Mrs. Dora May Chambers has re- pledge tho candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the lacks the technical part of farm work Thomas Sanders, Olaton. Wednesthat comes through dally contact with turned homo from a visit to her nominated upon this platform it elect railroads to gle us tho benefit of 2 day after the second Monday In Jive, growing things, that contact mother, Mrs. Lou May, of Owensboro. ed, to exercise their utmoet powers cents per mile passenger rate. March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Weduesday after 3rd Monday which the country boy has had since Upon all other matters not speciMrs. attended to Inaugurate a system which shall Arthur Burdett the day he first beganto notice things. church at St. Lawrence, near Knotts-vlll- e bring about this desired end in the fically mentioned herein, our candi In August. Wednesday after 2nd MonOhio County day In November. If these statements 'seem at all too HARTFORD, KY. speediest and beet possible way. date is directed to vote in the interest Grant Pollard. Fordsvllle, Tuesday Sunday. irtrong simply pick up the Kentucky Sixth. Wo pledge our hearty sup of progress, and for the general wel- after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- All Matters Gjven Prompt AttenMisses I oca and Clara Myrl Crowe, Educational Directory of 1912. Turn day after 2nd Monday in May, Thursof county high schools on of Aetnavllle, spent Sunday at Mr. port in behalf of every effort to im fare of all our people. to the list tion. PiaSSION AFFIDAVITS prove our schools, for better buildUpon this declaration of principles day after 3rd Monday In August, fwge 34 and run through them. Out Jim Burdetts. Thursday after 2nd Monday In No- SPECIALTY. ings, more ierfect sanitary conditions. tho members of of About 180 approved high schools 114 this convention vember. are classical or English high schools a course in agriculture for every high pledge their hearty support to the J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after are scientific high aad only tnlrty-fllschool, and an agricultural experi candidates who may be nominated 2nd Monday in .March, Friday after FOR FLETCHER'S cbools. ment farm located in tho county. at the general primary election, first 2nd Monday in May, Friday after 3rd Monday Just so long as our country boys are Seventh. Our sympathies are with Saturday In August next, under the .Monday in August, Friday after 2nd In November. jHtfbed through schools that are clasI AMXIPREPARED to Log Cabin, for the various offices to farmers in their efforts the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. sical in their tendencies Just so long More Suffragette Destrcntion. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. Wilobtain better prices for their pro- be voted for In Ohio county at the will our rural population drift cityTo do any kind of Veterinson, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Since the seizure of the London ducts, and especially do we sym- coming November election. ward, for their education has develary work. Horses, mules and Marshal; Court convenes second Monoped them most carefully for that life. headquarters of tho militant suffra-gotte- e pathize with the tobaoca growers of Respectfully submitted, ' cows need not die for want of day In each month. IF TOOK BOY IS TO FARM by 'the British Government and Ohio county and pledge them our City Council J. H. Williams. MayA. D. KIRK, Calls answered attention. TRAIN HIM FOB A FARMER. or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thomthe suppression of their organ and support in their efforts to maintain M. L. HEAVRIN, IF TOUR BOY IS TO BE A as, Treasurer. Members of Council day or night. whereby they organization, an Imprisonment of their leaders, J. A. LEACH, MAN TRAIN HIM IN tho Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. a number of acts of violence have may secure a Just reward for the toll S. L. STEVENS, D. Carson. E. P. .Moore, Fred Cooper, THAT DIRECTION. ' given by them to the production been committed by the members of W. J. Beau. W. R. EDGE, Veterinary Surgeon School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendlo-tothe Women's Social and Political of this crop. We realize thut the II. L. CARTER. THIS IS 1913. - Ky. Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secrestruggle Is an unequal one and If necUnion, or at least acts credited to Committee. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. s. Tlnslov Wauld you plant and harvest as In thorn. On the 3d extensive train essary, we pledge them our support It would surprise you to know of and J. D. Duke. sheds belonging to tho Midland Rail- to securo Government aid In mainWOT RELIGIOUS SERVICES. you light your housa aa In road, containing much freight, were taining public warehouses, through the great good that Is being done by Would M. E. Church, South Services may hold their tobacco un Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- morning and evening every first and Would you cook over the fire aa in burned at a loss of $500,000. On the which they ey, of Nowberg Junction, N. B., third Sunday In each month. Sunsame day ono of tho schools of Aber- til the buyers sec fit to accord them 11907 "My wife has been using day school 9:13 a. in. Prayer meetwrites, Would you use a "muzzle loader" at deen, Scotland, was partly burned. fair treatment. Tablets "Tind finds ing every Wednesday ctenlng. Rev. in 1SS07 Both of these acts were charged to Eighth. During tho last twelve Chamberlain's Savlllc, pastor. Would you breed - razorbaoks aa in suffragettes. George Lanabury, form months the county has been im- them very effectual and doing her Baptist Church Services momlnr? 1850T lots of good." If you havo any .trou- and evening every secpnd nnd fourth If everything on your farm and in er Socialist member of Parliament, poverished and actual suffering has your borne bears the mark of 1013 why was sent to Jail for three months be been brought about among the coal ble with your stomach or bowels give Sunday In each month. Sunday school Succeed when everything else bua, j.to a. m. I'roycr meeting every WedIn nervous prostration will you insist upon a school that was cause of his active connection with miners on account of slack work, them a trial. For sale by all dealers. female nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. 1 weaknesses they are andsupreme the planned In 1850? !tho militant women. charged, to tho failure of tho railroad Say, Mr, Business man; do you Christian Church Services every remcay, as tnousanas nave testified. If your children are to live and earn Mrs. Belmont, In a Paris Inter- to furnish sufficient cars. In order need any printing done? If you do fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. living in 1013 would It not be better view, says she was prcsont when tho FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND m. Sunday school U:30 a. m. Elder W. that this ovll may bo remedied we let ua do It for you. We can print U. Wright to give them a 1013 education? STOMACH TROUBLE pastor. militant headquarters In London were plodgo our candidate for member of your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill h is the best medicine ever told Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day raldod, and tliat thero was no excite tho Houso of Representatives to sup- Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewritover a druggist's counter. school every Sunday at 9:10 3Y ALL MEANS. ment, for tho raid had been expect- port a measure enlarging the powers ten Letters, Salo Books, Circulars, a. ni. , mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ed for weeks, and tho women were of tho State Railroad SECRET SOCIETIES. Commission etc., and print tljcm right at right (Superintendent Barker hns tho right fully prepared, that they left no docand making it tho dut.v c t said Com prices. Try us with your next order. M.Hartford Lodgo No. 075, F. and A. Idea. He proposes to establish an meets every first Monday night uments of Importance to full into tho mission to require a'l rc- - Irords t" Call at Tho RepuMI au office. 32tf. course In the Wert Liberty In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. hands of tho government. Mrs. Bel- furnish a sufficient m iL;r r" cars M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. high school. That should have been Hartford Chapter No. Si O. E. H. done at tho outset. Wonder if there mont says that civil war Is ahead without discrimination, to huni.o I meets every second nnd fourth .Monbe any who are so shorudghtcd as to for England if tho vote is not given output of coal promptly, t!mt tl.r BUCOaVS aHM WCCaMI SeA 4 BOOKKEEPING day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, oppose? We hoo not. Au awful howl to women, and compare) their vuiiso miners may havo steady work, nn, SPECIAL OFFER:Will 1 RuiIimm Phnnnnranhu W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; IV "VCV-- ".1 TYPEWRITING and woyld bo raised if some one should to Uiut of tho American colonics wo also pledge our supiwrt lor an r JUS t kallS Hw. ! A trial ..VA'!7.: mate you oar Mrmaoant natomtr. Miss Elizabeth .Miller, Secretary. propose to tako history, grammar or against England. ' 'TjjJv-other wlso measuro, having for Its TELEGRAPHY civics out of the curriculum. Agricuobject relief from this Intolerable sit- WHIURft.KMlTi ff lUSiNPct rniipor of Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights U U flnnt Tiral,. T aplfndM i cto., I ten ti Pythias meets every Tuesday ownT r Ua 10 i4illfW i.lk-- al Tuuilea la all lture Is Just ns linportnnt us either of ab4 Iiahhasl IUmhahUI fVkii.. L Now Is the tlmo to got rid of your uation. UUAKAFITTEB TS) FUCAaE. Itf.krMi1'n,.h! "jwrlenc in mercantile ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy these Editorial Licking Valley Cou- rheumatism. You can do It by applybanking butlnen, Write Mention tnla Paper. nan Ninth. Wo condemn tho present Tonne rnjn end women alio lyrrxi. rrtnratlnt IO.0U) Foster, K. of R. & S. for rier. SWKnlrr now. lidlM WILBUR R. ing Chamberlain's Liniment and Hartford Tent No. &9, K. O. T. M. MtMSMAMtMAAAAAMMVWI Democratic administration of Kenmoots overy first and third Thurs-la10 CENTS SENDMatklftB mA MmIm tkftaa la. SS1 tho liarts freely at each appli- tucky for its extravagance through tAMM fcW nights. R. T. Collins. Camnuudcr; m cation. For salo by all dealers. "MB Incrcaso of salaries, creation of countL. P. Foreman, Recor-i sWWW MM Wa Uk? i Keeper. X 500 IN GOLD FOR PRIZES & llrUTfcBUrTiaULW rUU,44. tolW eU aWl UM BM Wrmje ft Acmo Lodgo No. 339 1. O. O. F, J less, needless offices, nnd enormous -IN CORN AND TOMATO X JU W. IWlMt, ' moots every second nnd fourth Frl- nasatevmi appropriations which havo resulted Rhubarb Jam. uay nignis in eacu iiio..tii. O. M HarGROWING. in tho largest Stato debt in many RaupbcrlcH, blackberries, atrawber-rk'nett. Noblo Grand: V. !l. MnHriMr Secretary. currants, poaches, pears, apples years, and which Is euro to TWO CAPITAL PUIZKS OF Hartf-- . J Camp 'No. 202 W. O. W. all niado delicious Jams when coman Incrcaso In taxation through ' 250 IN GOLD EACH ARE OK- meets oer." second and fourth ; FERED BY MR. J. It. M'FEU- J bined with rhubarb. In making straw- somo form. We condemn It for Its nights in each month. Leslie .i. ' BAN FOR BOYH AND (1IRLH berry rhubarb Jam take ono part rhu- passaga of tho Confederate pension Bei eti. C ucll Commandor; W. C--r ! mi:miii:hi3 who !nco Uerk. of J barb and two parts strawberry. Uso hill and its refusal to pay these ' CLUBS WORKING IN KEN- IM ' Ladies! &ve Money and Keep iaV Mins..lno Hive No. 42, LT O. T. M., in.-only tho tender ondM of tho rhubarb. men, many of whoso claims have meets every first and third Friday TUCKY. IT IK HOPED THAT I 23S3 ayle by Reidisg McCaU'i K)tind of sugar to each pound beon provon for months, under tho S Uso a 7?. lights in each month. Mrs. Attyo ' ; THESE TWO HlKli: PHIZES (' ', Magailae led Uag McCall Patten of fruit. Placo Uio strawberries on protcxt that tho bill is unconstitutionOrlffln, Lady Commander; Mrs Lula , WILL CAUSE THE YOUNG- - J am .1 platters and cover with tho sugar, al, although havlm; appointed offi' BTEKS TO PUHII THEIR : IUMM Pendloton, Lady Record Keeper. MCairiMaiileKiil MSCA1LS iveystono vnapter No. 110, R. A. MA&UlhT , CROPS TO TIIH LIMIT. licit' jou dros.1 and let stand overnight. In tho morn cials under tho act, who aro draw-in- s M meets every third Saturday night Savmm at a moderate ' ing pour off the Julco lno a preservTHE BOYS' COUN CLUB their salaries. Wo condomn It cipemo tjr kooplog in each month. John T. Moore High Homing- Is taor Important la BOY WHO IS CHAMPION '.', ing kettle, and add tho rhubarb, and for Its falluro to placo tho Ponal Intau potteil on Ilia Priest: W. S. Tinslcr. Secretary. the horn than dear, steady hint fatliloni tn ' ' let ; ; FOR THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTV. llxat Insure tha by got Una begins to get of tho Stato under a clulhci nuU lio'.j. 60 ou iaai euros ctear and .. GROWS MORESTATE AND V. nnd boll until Ittho strawberries, thick stitutionscommission; refusal to non'cr 1'ublflii Dcdirus' THAN 150 National Officers President. Ira M. ui wltoout a flicker down to pass then add and partisan clean lu eacb .luuo. A ho I J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. PresiBUSHELS OF CORN ON HIS " cook until thoy aro heated through. a workman's compensation art; a the last drop. A'eaniyivaata xalutiUlo luforitutloa dent, S. B. Robortaon, Calhoun, Ky.; crude oil renned to perfection. (ii all bomo and iw ACRE WILL RECEIVE t'XO - Pour Into Jars or ((lasses and seal. corrupt practlco act; and for lowering Costs no more thaa the tank-wo- a Secrotiiry & Treas., H. O. Tank, Wau-s:i- u ; t.iufci waueis. ; uuir in gold. kind too e Teat liictudinj saves aiONJCr conyis. This makes a pretty Jam aa well as tho soliool per capita. Wo also t saves WORK eavea eyes. ' ' THE GIRL WHO EXCELS a frcu luliaui. Suli.V 'atr Officers President, J. II. Tour dealer has 80LITQ M'rlbo tmljr or KQdj a delicious ono. Red raspberry Jam domn tho unanimous tenoVnc of tho i IN HER TOMATO CANNING laaaaMawssBssaa for frco uuiulo conv. tn barrels 7 direct uom oib Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presiour can bo mode In tho same way. In Stato officials, from UoverrT down, ' ' OVER ALL THE OTHER works. dent, J. II. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; SSbSKlJ.?A" Sf.V!?JS?J "! .'! Tour , , GIRLS IN THE CLUB WORK making blackborry-rbubor- b Jam uso to play polities, by looking ahead Secretary & Treas., 8. B. Robertson, Mivnuuunui riuiuinir ictrx IOUIMII snii cuildBu ttblcb will be 1 ' ; IN THE STATE .AND CANS ' about equal parts of each kind of for some other Job, Instead of lookCtas. C. SMI tacfect Ct. Calhoun, Ky.; Organiror, T. H. ,. Id Mrloi fctlU At. rrV.iwiia n, iwJL i'wiiiakilv( tjlfW reuts gaud lor frte l'attcru rm.in..i. . eVv Hartford, Ky. i . OVER 800 QUARTS WILL SB- fruit. A delicious preserve can bo ing aftor the vital Interests of the say.! Members State Executive Board-B- en j I CURE $230 IN GOLD, aisaaery at Wama, mado with equal jarta of pineapple people of the State, whom they are Watson, Webster county; J. W. 4 (W (Mil I reruliini Cattloeue itud CU the celebrated rnio OrrrV and rhubarb, using a pound of sugar sworn to serve. Dunn. Daviess county: Henrv Pirii Caro" Auto OIL ; each pound of fruit. ,. Ohio couaty; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun- I1W1VU1 VSUUIIUUU tVi U.V.U1V. i TRAIN BOYS HERBERT. The Republican-Progressiv- l0" . e Flat- -' Directory GIRLS inltla-Includl- V 'J'JiDJ"BUTy&-at & Otto C. Martin o. y, Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ARTHUR. D. KIRK Attorney at J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public x Children Cry CASTORI A W. H. RILEY n. Hartford, Electric Bitters SEEDS' i mas-Bagl- '.' 1 to-da- y; ITnaVaSaen I l t ' Sat-urd- ny are vln Si m. .. ilvM yc fljl-L-li- lr i ; ', on Bal-mai- li-i- '. UW t liw.iif l,ni lgiii.l.).lilHfli IIIiiiiIK n niaitii'iw0' lt"UJ.'waifi '"" "frwwwirpelflilsl Children Cry for Fletcher's CI1KEN5 ,. Rules Governing Pony Content. 1. Any boy or girl not over tho age of 1G years, living In Ohio county, may enter tho contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, .March 21, 1913, and shall close on Saturday Juno 23, 1913. A coupon good for 10 .votes will bo printed in Thc Hartford Republican for the first four weeks of tho contest. These coupons when properly filled out may bo voted by anyone for any contestant. To bo complete they must include the border. To bo counted they must bo brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before the date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants will bo furnished with receipts to bo given for alUpay-men- ts on subscriptions, and as piany sample copies ot Tho Republican as doslrcd. 4. Special voting coupons will be Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herowlth. These can be voted at any tlmo during tho contest. Tho number of votes indicated will in no manner be changed during the progress ot the contest. SCHEDULE One year Two years OF VOTES DMS w M' g Tho Kind You Have Always Botight,and which lias heen in uso for over 30 - years, lms immnfim atnntn and lias linnn miuln nmiin itu supervision slnco Us Infancy. CZ.JJ& Tt--h, A llnw 1.. il.l vKit4 8."al It A ntin n 1ajmi AH Counterfeit, Imitations and " " nro hut txperinioiitH tliat trlflu with and cmlan&cr tho licnlth ot Iufunis and Children Expcrloiico ngolnst Experiment. ' FEEDING HENS WHEAT ALONE Grain Does Not Contain Materials In Proper Proportion-C- orn Is Even Worse. Somo years ago Prof. James Dry-de- n JiiHt-as-go- od Cnsforla is n harmless nnhstltnto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is" pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Xurcotlo HUbsUincc. Its npo Is Its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcvcrlshncss. For moro than thirty years It lias heen In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation.. Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhcca. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Fowl, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA spreads tnem over our food and poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with l's bito injocCl Into our veins malaria and e!lov fever. The bacteria of consump lion, or grip, nro everywhere present for us to breathe into our lungs. The blood which flows through our veins and arteries is our protection. It should contain healthy red and white blood corpuscles capable of warding off these disease1 germs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative made entirely without alcohol, a pure glyceric extract of bloodroot, golden seal, Oregon jlrape root, queen's root, mandrake and stono root, which has enjoyed a r.ooa reputation ior over tony years, ine refreshing inJl&SSK fluence of this extract is like Nature's influence the blood is bathed in tho tonic which gives life to the blood tho vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased I flSiW,. vl dx l-- i j f ( activity consumes thc tissue, rubbish which has accumulated vi! jLy jfj during the winter. " About fortr years mro whllo In Ncwnrk, New Jersey. I ritul chin V . nnd fever, writes Mr. Miciiaei, Mac.L'Iise, ot National Military Home, Kons. ' I went to Kansas City nnd In the spring of 1877 the chilli anj fever returned. Doctors nnl everything I tried failed to do me irood. rin.'lly 1 taw Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery advertlicd. f tool? one Ijottlo of It and tho chills vanished. In nliout a year afterward I felt them comlnif tick to I eot nnotbr bottle nnd nave never had nny symptoms of lever or ame since. That Is nil of twenty scArs ?fr", for I lind Umj chills ntuut twtlvo years beforo 1 started to tako 'Goldea JJcdlcal Discovery.' " At Maguce, Es. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant JPeHcts aro tor liver Ills. Arellie Fly and Mosquito Dangerous?Tho fly, with spongy (cet, collects the Invijiblo crmi of diseases, IiL iff3r GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (2L&0&fa Tie Kind You Have Always Bought thc ccntAur commnt. In Use For Over 30 tt murrat stucct. Years ' ncw voart crrr. 4 BS POSITIONS GUARANTEED- position If you will GUARANTEE you a many more us real soon. We need to the enormous demand at once As supplyas we tret toe required soon far our graduates. number of students this otter will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. WE 0 ao. w. BOntTARTZ rniMOirAt. " BUSINESS COLLEGE IHOOarOBfcTBD delivered an address before tho Utah Farmers' institute, from which this extract is worthy of reproduction: "A abort study of the composition of wheat and of eggs will explain why a profitable egg yield cannot to be expected from wheat alone. Supposing you feed a ben which weighs 3.S pounds 3.25 ounces of wheat a day. "Of course, a hen of that weight would not long consume its weight of wheat alone. Supposing, further, then tho hen uses 2.75 ounces of that for the maintenance of tho body; that leaves half an ounce to be conveyed Into eggs, assuming that all food is digested, which, of course, is not tho case. In halt an ounce of wheat there Is about .06 of an ounce ot protein. So that assuming that the hen consumes and digests 3.25 ounces of wheat per day; aid that she uses 2.75 ounces of that for maintenance of her body, there is available each enough egg proday Just tein for an egg. "In other words, it will take four days to get the necessary amount of protein for one egg. But the egg has other constituents; so has wheat. The 'half ounce of wheat contains about f ono and times as much carbohydrates and fat as one egg contains. The hen fed on wheat alone, has a surplus of ono material. In 'other words, she has enough carbohydrates and fat to make an egg and a halt day, but she has only pro-,telenough to make one egg In six days. You place the hen in an awkward position by feeding her wheat alone. "Wheat does not contain the materials in proper proportion. Corn is even worse than wheat Jn this respect." one-fourt- h one-haln egg-.maki- JAMES & CO., Hirst Class Liverymen Centertown, t FOR 200 SUB- - Kentucky." SCRIPTIONS. votes $1.00.... 2.00.... COO votes Three years 3.00.... 1,000 votes Four years 4.00.... 1,400 votes C.00.... 2,000 votes Flye years 5. No employe ot The Hartford Republican, nor member of their immediate family, may enter the contest. 6. Votes can not be bought, and once issued to, or cast for, any contestant, may not 'bo transferred to All subscriptions secured another. together with the by contestants, money for same, are the property of The Hartford Republican and must be turned into this office. Subscriptions taken in the name of one contestant may not be transferred to another In any manner, but must' be turned in to this office and counted for the one in whose name they were secured. Any contestant dropping out of the contest t1U lose the votes cast for them. 7. Contestants, or their friends, need not tell anybody anything about their votes; ir they do, they must tell the truth or they will be ruled out of the contest. 8. No subscription may be taken for moro than five years in advance, but in addition an old subscriber may pay all arrears owing and votes will be issued accordingly, thus, say for a,i9UUot.Pevn .years.; 5. xears arrears 500 votes, 5 years In advance 2,000 votes, total 2,500 votes. 9. Voting coupons and subscriptions must be sent direct to the Contest Editor. Money sent by mail must be registered, money order or check", otherwise Tho Hartford Republican will not be held responsible for it in any way. 10. Votes can be secured only by tho means set forth in these rules. 11. No contestant will receive any aid from Tho Hartford Republclan about any contestant's vote. No count ot the votes will be mado at any time, until the final count, when the winners will be announced. The ballot box will be In plain view in this office. The box will be securely locked and tho key deposited at the Bank of Hartford until time for final count. 13. The contestant, boy or girl, who 'receives tho highest number of votes will receive a first class, gentle and well broken Shetland Pony to gether with a full set of harness and a pony buggy" and will bo given to tho winner after count is made. Tho contestant, boy or girl who receives tho second highest vote will receive a ?30. bicycle; If boy is winner, a boy's bicycle and if girl is winner, a girl's bicycle. Tho contestant', boy or girl, who receives tho third highest vote will receive a $15 gold watch. 14. Three competent and Impartial judges will bo selected to count the votes on hour tho contest closes. by entering 15. All contestants, this contest, bind themselves to accept and abide by the foregoing rules. 16. The publishers of The Hartford Republican shall at all times be willing and glad to furnish any Information in regard to tho contest. 17. The hour of closing tho contest will be announced by publication In the Iesuo ot the week the close. pro-cedi- Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAiNS, , OUR CLUBBING RATES. ;....$1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald . 1.59 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The REPTBLicAN.and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.75 The Republican 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald........ 3.50 The .republican and uauy uwensooro inquirer.'.!' O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Twicera-tyee-k 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 1.50 The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 al Globe-Democrat andTwice-a-WeekOwensboroInqui- l .i riTADUinED lMt IXTOISVIt.Z.K. KT. HANDY FOR THE POUURYMAN .Powerful Lamp Arranged in Apparatus Invented by Indiana Man Shows State of Eggs. At their present prlco eggs occupy the same relation to foods that diamonds do to Jewels, and because ot the price that any old egg will bring good, fresh eggs are all the harder to get. An Indiana man has Invented 'an apparatus by means of which eggs .may be surely tested. A powerful lamp has a conical metal tube fitting 'vcr it and around the tube are aper-- n t. Cream Vdlcrreil Seeds have a reputation ol jS years ol Successful teed growing behind them. It pay t tttant the belt. Seasonable Specialties: Backbte's SEEDS "Pull ot Life'- EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' Address all orders to -. . KorthCTti Earliest Reil Valentine . . .. Reluree lixtra Early Nsw Strlnlrss Gretn Pod . Imp. Kidney Wax Wa'dw ell's .. Da Is New White Va Cunlc's Kuit 1'rooi War . ' DUANS $3.50 Sushel J4.50 J.J bushel tijo liushel Bushel U .73 Bushel fc.jo Bushel ilSMS CAavDlftUTS Aff. Anvnnl sending a sketeh and description ma; an qutcklr aaeeruln our opinion TnTentlnn Is probably "mEu.nl. tlnntrlctlTeolmdlltlal. 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Try. it Wriat to; Ladiu' Advisory Dpt. CtettMooi. Medietas Co.. OutUaools, TsatL, irsiaatnimc wvaw, tv aiu. t MS0tdaltMtrffmMtaa.:tmfO tl rij'j. t. 1913, term of the Ohio County Court, Election . Notice New Election Freclict Commonwealth of Kontucky, Ohio file a petition In Bald court and niovo a Couuty Court. Regular Term, May tho Judge thereof, to establish follows: to announco 5th, 1913. Hon. R. R. Wedding, J. O. public road Wo arc authorized FOJI RUfolESENTATlVB. Beginning at a black-oa- k tree at W. ODELL, of West Fords-vlll- o C. C, Pre. x "Wo aro authorized to announco N. JOHN tho end of tho W. E. Ashby lano oil precinct, for the Republican A. E. Chapman, ct al. IB. WHITE, p? Olaton precinct, as tho Hartford and Pt. Pleasant Pubvs. Motion, Judgmont &c. nomination for tho offlco of Superinlic road on W. E. Ashby's farm; at candidate iW'tfio Ifopubllcan nom- tendent of Schools of Ohio county, Division of Voting Precinct. ination for Mcnibcr of the llouso of General Primary ElecThis day came A. E. Chapman and thenco running North across W. E. Iteprcficntotlvcfl from Ohio county, subject to tho ninety others and filed their peti- Ashby's land about 100 rods to tho tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. subject to tho General Primary Elecbelonging to tho heirs of W. 11. tion for a dlvson" of tho North Rock-po- rt land Ross; thenco North across sold Roes tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Voting Precinct, and this cause FOR JAILER. ISO rods to tho land of being submitted on the pleadings and laud about Wo are authorized to announce J. exhibits, and the Court being suffi- T. H. Benton; thenco North across Wo are authorized to announco W. 3JL Fkncr, of Ucavor 11am, Ky., as W. DUVALL, of Select voting pre- ciently advised, and It nppearlng to T. 11. Benton's land about fiU rods to a. candidate for tho Republican nomi cinct ,as a candidate for llio Re- tho satisfaction of tho court that the tho land of Eugene Stroud;thcncc East nation for tho offlco of member of tho publican nomination for the offL-- of establishment of a new ' precinct out on lino between Eugcuo Stroud and House of Representatives from Ohio Jailer of Ohio county. Genera! Pri- of a portion of tho said North Rock-po- rt T. H. Benton about GO rods to Rough county, subject to tho General Pri- mary Election Sat. August 2, 19J3 Voting Proclnct as hereinafter River; thenco North with tho said mary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. described Is necessary for tho conven- Rough River across tho lands of We arc authorized to announco W ience and for the public good, and it Eugene Stroud about 40 rods; thcnc6 across Rough River; thence CO'UNTY JUDOE. P. MIDKIFF as a candidate for the further appearing that a majority of East TOR Eugene to announce Republican' nomination for Jailer of all 'the voters Included In said pro- East across the lands of Wc jro authorized Stroud nbout SO rods to T. IL Ben- Ohio county. General Primary Elecposed boundary have signed tho pe'ESQ. 3.IACICCOOK, of Arnold vot20 tition herein filed, It Is therefore or- ton's line; thence South about rlujj lnTilnct,' 'a candidate for the'Ue- - tion Sat. August 2, 1913. rods on lino between Eugene Stroud dered and adjudged that said North jjuhlican nomination for Judge of and T. 11. .Benton; thenco East about Ohio County (jourt. General Primary to announce Rockport otlng Precinct ho divided, 100 Wo aro authorized rod on lino between W. S. Tins-le- y KlocUon Sat.'' ,August i 2, 1913. JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route and Simmons Precinct No. 34, be, i , on tho South and T. H. Benton 1, as a candidate for the Democratic and tho same Is hereby established, and Eugene Stroud on tho North to We are authorized to announce M. nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. bounded and described as follows: Beginning nt a point on tho Illinois the Ccntcrtown and Beda road. Tho JIEAVRIN as a candidate for General Primary Election, Sat Auroad ending of said road. Distance of said Central Railroad where the Bepubllcan nomination for Coun-i- y gust 2, 1913. now road being about 1 2 miles liv established on motion of C. A. Smith subject to Judge of Ohio county, length and running from the HartNorth-cacrosses' tho same, vthe General Primary Election, Sat. We are authorized to announce C. et al., of Simmons, Ky.; thenco a wetterti-l- y ford and Pt. Pleasant Public Road August 2, 1913. P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a course so as to Include Pendloto and Uie Ccntcrtown and Beda Public candldato for tho Democratic nom' Austin's farm and all of Simmons, Road. We are authorized to announce J. ination for the office of Jailer of In testimony whereof, witness, our Ky.; thence to the intersection of 3L. JJILKS, of Paradise, a 'candidate Ohio county, subject to the General day of May ,1913. and slgnatuca. this tho August said road with tho Mcllenry Set? He Republican nomination for Primary Election, Saturday, ALVIN ROSS. Rockport road so as to Include the .Judge of Ohio county court. General 2, 1913. EUGENE STROUD, farm occupied by Richard Carter.and Primary Election, Sat. August 2, T. H. BENTON, known as the Spurgoon Maddox farm, J91i LESLIE FIELDEN, We are authorized , to announce and Richard Hobdy's farm; thence In J. L. FIELDEN, JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., a southcrnly direction so as to H. D. WILLIAMS, Wo are authorized to announce I as a candidate for the office of Jailer the farm of Rev. H. P. Brown; Ky., of Ohio county, subject to the Gen'IB. TK3HHNOR bf Hartford, J. E. TINSLEY,. i thenco along the lino between him JOSHUA TINSLEY. irote 5, as a candidate for the Dem- eral Primary Election, Saturday, Au- and the W. 'T. Ashby farm, so as to A. F. AKIN, ocratic nomination for tho office of gust 2 1913. Brown; Include the land of C. M. Couaty Judge of Ohio county, sub-SeESTEN WILLIAMS. thence South on' a straight line to DELIA WILLIAMS. to the', action of the General ASSESSOR. to 43t2 FOR Low la creek; thence up said crook Erimary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce TOM the Illinois Central Railroad; thence A- - S. of E. Notice. COX, of Roslne, as a candidate for with said railroad to the beginning. TDR COUNTY ATTORNEY. the Republican nomination for the of- so as to Include all the buildings on All locals In Bartlott'a Magisterial "We are authorized to announce C. fice of Assessor of Ohio County, subwhat Is known as the Robt. Southard District are requested to be repre K. SMITH a candidate for the Repub- - ject to tho General Primary Election, land near Southard's Cut on said rail sented by as many as 8 delegates at Siezjs nomination for County Attorney Saturday August 2, 1913. road. Bell's Run school house, Saturday, county. General Primary - ol Ohio And the voting place therein shall May 24, 1913, 1 p. m., for the purpose -- ..Election. Sat. August 2, 1913. to announce be Simmons, Ky., and that all the of organzlng a district union of A. We are authorized DILLIS E. WARD, of Ueda precinct. legal voters contained In the above S. of E. L. B. TlCHEXQIt. '.We aTe authorized toannounce D. a candidate for the Republican nomi described boundary are ordered and County Ch'm'n. A- - S. of E. BAKEH RHOADS, of Beaver Dam, a nation for Assessor of Ohio county. directed hereafter to cast their ballots 44t2 candidate for the Republican nomin- General Primary Election Sat. August In and all elections In which they ma desire to jxirtlclpate In said Simmons ation for County Attorney of Ohio 2, 1913. Voting Precinct No. 34, Instead of county." General' Primary Election, ' ' We are authorized to announce G. North Rockport. Sat. August 2; 1913. It Is further ordered and adjudged WILL .BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as a by this court that W. S. Tlnsley. We arc authorized to announce C. candidate for the Republican nominaes court Ohio tion for If. BARN'ETT a candidate for the county, the office of Assessor of Elec- Clerk of this of saidadvertise the g Simmons tablishment subject to the General Kcjrabllcan 'nomination for County 'one Precinct No. 34, at least General tion, Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. Attorney of Ohio county. month before any election to bo held lMiuary Election, Saturday, August by one publication of the We are authorized to announce L therein, 2. 1012. newspaper published in Ohio county, B. LONEY as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the of- - Kentucky., having the largest circuWill be ready for carding '"FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. therein, and this is continuflco of ABessor of Ohio county, sub- lation We are authorized to announce C. ject to tl?o General Primary Elec- ed for his report. wool about June 15. Any A copy attest: O. HUNTEtt,' bf Hartford.as a cand- tion, Sat. August 2. 1913. W. S. TINSLEY, idate for the Republican nomination one i can begin bringing or Clerk Ohio County Court. 45tl FOR CORONER. &r the office. of County Court Clerk shipping in at anytime after or Ohio .County. General Primary We are authorized to announce Dr. Sheriff's Sale. Election, August 2, 1913. A. B. RILEY as a candlddato for the that date. In shipping, al office of Coroner, of Ohio County subBy virtue of an execution Issued Wc are authorized to announce ject to the action of the Republican from the Daviess crlcult court, in ways pay freight. Wool will 'CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver party at the General Primary August favor of Lavisa B. Foster, administratrix of John B. Foster, deceased, be carded and shipped back JCam, Ky., candidate for the Ropub-JBIex- n 2, 1913. against C. E. Baxley, I or ono of nomination for County Court We furmy deputies will on Monday, Juno as quick as possible. FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. Clorfc of Ohio county. General 1913. announce W. 2, 1913 botween the hours of 10 a.,m. nish grease and card at 7c We are authorized to Election Sat. August 2, H. PIERCE, of Roslne precinct, a and 2 p. in. at tho court house door per pound. J. F. Overton We are authorized to announce J. candldato for the Republican nomi- In Hartford, Ky., offer for sale the nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro- following real estate, or so much will help do the carding. For "T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND, route 5, Har as Is necessary to idrd. Xor the Republican nomination slne Magisterial District. 2,General thereof execution, amounting satisfy the 1913. to $302.50, further information, write or Primary Election, Sat. Agust above tar the office of County .Court Clerk with Interest at tho rate of six per Ohio county. General Primary Elecoi to announce cent from the. 17th day of February, call on We aro authorized tion. Sat. August 2, 1913. a 1890, subject-t- o a credit of $150, paid ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, candidate for the Republican nomina- December 5, 1892, and also the furW are authorized to announco Justice of tho Peace In Hart- ther sum of $10.40 adjudged as costs. SEP. T-- WILLIAMS, of Cromwell tion for 193 acres of land In Ohio county,, ford district, General Primary elec precinct, a candidate for tho Ropub-iica.- ii Kentucky, and bounded and describ tion Sat. August 2, 1913. nomination for Clerk of Ohio On M. H. &. E. R. R. Near ed as follows: First tract, beginning snunty. General Primary Eleotlon, FordsvllU, two beeches and a white 'oak, to announce at We aro authorised Saturday, August 2, 1913. W1NSON SMITH, of Select precinct, corner of Charles Bell's land; thenco .' V S. 40, W. 20 poles to an ash stump; a candidate for the Republican-nom- i We are authorized to announce LOt nation for Justice of tho Peace of thence S. SO, W. 100 poles to three (SMITH, of Hartford, Routo C, as a Roslno Magisterial District. General white oaks; thenco N. 40, S. 160 s&Ddidate for the Democratic noml-raati- Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. poles to two beeches and sweet gum; for the offlco of County Court thenco N. 80, W. 142 poles to two Clerk of Ohio county, subject to tho Wo aro authorized to announce J. small black oaks, Spanish oak and wctlon of the General Primary, A. HOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a black oak and black' gum; thence August 2, 1913. candldato for tho Republican nomina- S. 22 West to the. beginning, contion for Justice of tho Peace, of tho taining 100 acres. a., Second tract, containing 93 Sulphur Springs district. General PriFOR SHERIFF. samo conveyed to James Duko by 'We aro authorized to announce S. mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. We represent the William fluke by Joseph Smith; for A. URATCIIim as a candldato for reference sco record Ohio county Wo aro authorized to announco J. bo Republican nomination for Slier-af- f Security Life Insurance of Ceralvo pre- court clerk's office. Tho above land of Ohio' couuty, subject to the M. CHANCELLOR, Republican conveyed to Charles E. Baxley and of Chicago General Primary Election, Saturday, cinct, a cunddlato for tho nomination for JubUco of Peace in W. D. Gray Jointly by John R. Phippa .August 2. J9U. General and Magglo D. Phlpps, January 14, the Ceutertown District. one of the best comPrimary Election, Sat. August 2. 1913. 1901, and of record In Ohio county panies doing business We are authorized to announce S. court clerks offlco, deed book 28, Greatest pertO. KBOWN as a candldato for the page 49. centage of assets to JRepubltcan nomination for tho Southern Inventions. And lovled on as the property of of Sheriff of Ohio county, subthe liabilities of any C. E. Baxloy to satisfy tho above The following patents were just ject to the Genoral Prlmury Elec-;Uocompany. T. H. BLACK, reported by dobts to Southern cllonts Sat. AUguat 2, 1913. Sheriff Ohio County. D. Hwlft & Co., Patent Lawyers, of 44t3. We Have An Interesting Washington, D. C, who will furnish AVo are authorized to announce H. Notice. copleu of any patent for ton cents Proposition. 35. BENNETT a candldato for the aplocu to our readers' Ohio County Court. XJcmocratlo nomination for Sheriff Let us explain it to Kentucky Harry Buckley, of Louis Eugene Stroud, ., of Ohio county, subjoct to the Gnu-or- ville, Disintegrator; Theodore J. Kirn, vs. ( Notice. you. Call or write Primary Election, Hat. AugiiHt loulwvllle, Plunger elevator; George Establishment New Road. X. 1513. Notice Is heroby given that wo the dotaohable II. Knuckllcs, Slusber, undersigned citizens of Ohio county, saw handle-SCHOOL SUl'EIUNTH.VDKN '.', Toniii'SHoo W.R.I1EDR1CK. - Hartford, William A. Moonoy, a Kentucky, and residents of the said county and state, will on Monday, TWe aro authorized to announce track sanding dovlco. A. S. TANNER, - Owenstoro. West Virginia John W. Calhoun.of the 2nd day of June, 1913, at the JxTENZlY LKACU an a candidate for Hartford, Ky., It betho Kepubllcau nomination' for Coun-(- y Huntington, valvo; Llndale E. Thom- court house In ing the drat day of .the regular June, of Ohio as, of Koroilt, switch. 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