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REPUBLICANS Subscription $1 per Year No. 46 a gold medal given to the ful success- - HARTFORD, OHIO COUNT YKY., FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1913. meeting began that tho question presented would be referred to tho National Committee. Ho was undecided as to Uio right of the National Committee to chango tho basis of representation In national conventions and declared that it was a l(gai matter upon which bo had secured no ad-- , contestant, On account of Tha Republican going to press before tho close of tho contest THIRD YEAR wo arc unable this week tolast night, announce HOLD CONFERENCE tho successful contestant. Tho scholj arship medal, offered each year to the pupil In the high school making Of Active School Life Of tho highest grades was presented. I Executive Committee Meets vice. Those ln tho contest were: Mlssea Senator Jones, holding a proxy from Hartford College. Margarot'Colcman, Edna Elliot, Btu-la- h In Washington. Sam Perkins, National Committee-- , Miles, Nancy Ford, Elizabeth Washington, sat with, the' man from Moore, Cliffle Felix and Mr. Aaron Executive Commltteo, and presented Exercises Held Here This Week Ross. .Republican National Convention the Ideas of Senator Cummins and the This evening will mark the close Progressives seeking an early nationand Diplomas Presented of the ' commencement exorcises Will Probably be Held Next convention. Many Republicans of al when the graduating class of 1913 will prominence, Including former Speakdeliver their orations and receive Year to Unite Forces. er Cannon and former Representatheir diplomas, which will be pretive McKlnloy, manager of the Taft 1 sented by Prof, H. E. Brown, princicampaign, gathered about the room j Beginning Sunday morning at the ple of Hartford College., The gradu Washington, May 2t. After several whero the committee met. Baptist Church with tho baccalaure- ates this year are Misses Mary El lunVrs' discussion the Executive ComThe question of choosing delegates ate sermon and continuing with ex- liot, Luclle Taylor, Katherlne Pendlemittee of the Republican National by State primaries was not discussed ercises this week each night, marks ton, Alma Riley- and Mr. William y tentatively agreed at great length. Chairman Hllles and Committee comthe close of the thirty-thir- d Moore. Com- somo others contended that a ConIn call a meeting of ho National mencement ot Hartford College. mittee sixty days after the adjourn-mct- y gressional district should bo allowed Vanderbilt Training School. Tho baccalaureate sermon was deof tho extra session of Congress, to chooso its own delegates In any enm- livered by Dr. S. M. Miller, pastor Elkton. ., Kv.. Mav 24. Thn to dctermlno whother a national con- way it saw fit, notwithstanding pro. of the Broadway Methodist Church, mencement exercises of the Vandervention shall be called to consider visions for a State primary. Louisville, who preached an eloquent bilt Training School will begin Sun changes In basis of representation. "The party has Insisted upon the and inspiring sermon to an immense day morning, when the Rev. Dr. C. C. djstrlcts to The session of the Executive Com right of Congressional audience. Special music was furnished Woods, of,tSt...Louls, preaches the mlttco was dovoted almost entirely 'select their own delegates and a re by special choir, representing all of commencement sermon. On Monday to a discussion of tho need for a.vcrsal of that policy would foist the tho churches in Hartford, lead by W. evening tho annual declamation con national convention. Committeeman unit rule uion us," said Chariman test between representatives of the JBean. Michigan, made the mo- mills. "This was tho point at Issue Warren, of "Cinderella in Flowerland" an op- Clay and Everett Literary Societies tion to call a meeting and practically In tho California case In 1912. The eretta In four scenes, was presented will take place, while on fTuesday every member Joined in the debate right of a Congressional district to Monday evening at the opera house', nfght. representatives of the two so that followed. There were no oxpres- - vote In a Republican national by a large company of little people, cieties . will debate the proposition. 'of disapproval, the only qu's- - vontlon for the candidate of Its choice under tho direction of Miss Glenn and "Resolved, That women should have tlons were thoso of dotal!. has never been denied. It was affirm- Miss Marks. The house was crowded the full right of suffrage." .The Claya Practically unanimous sentiment de- - cd in the convention of 1S7C and Monday night, as every night this have the affirmative, and are repreI veloited in favor of holding tho con- - again in 1880. The latter convention week, and the performance thorough- sented by Mode Spears, of Franklin, JUDGE R. R. WEDDING year. The Executive rejected the unit rule. This Is the vontlon ncj Ky., and John N. Williams, Jr., ot ly enjoyed. Commltteo probably will recommend fundamental question and not to be I take this method of announcthankful to my many friends who Those taking part In It were: Be- Elkton; while the Everetts, through. lo Committee, confused with the recognition of that to tho National ing my candidacy for nomination have asked me to become a candl-dat- te atrice Griffin, Vera Mldklff, Amelia Robert Sleamaker, of Tolu, Ky., and a majority of tho Executive gates in primary elections." Owing to tho Pirtle, Juanta Puckett, Ruth Lowe, Estill Barnbtt, of Hartford, Ky., de for to tho office of Counexpressed tho belief that. Tho letter from the Conciliation for Committee ny. NOTE The Everetts were sue- tho National Commltteo could chango Committee, signed by Senators Cum ty Judge of Ohio county. I have various duties of the office, it will Amble Ford, Anna Belle King, Nel- -' nmt RPn- - served the people of Ohio county be impossible for me to make a lie Blair, Zula May Howard, Beat- oessful tnls year In winning the de- ..mi ihA iirv niiPM Hmv nerved that the .i., Gladys ,bate. weight of a party convcnlon should bo rcsontatlves Cramton and Rogers, and as County Judge for nearly three close canvass of the county, and I rice Bean, Sue Spalding, ' years ,and during said shall have to depend on my friends Bennett, Flora Rhcads, Rosethelyn put behind any reorganization plau. Joined in by Representative Ander- - and one-ha- lf Primary Not Far Off. . Senator Jones at first argued for 8on and former Gov. Hadley, of tlmo I have at all times done my to look after my Interests. I feel Collins, Elizabeth Cauley, Margaret August '2nd., the date ot the priconvention, but finally Missouri, sets forth the report of best to discharge faithfully the va- - that I merit an indorsement and if King, Clara Wilson, Mary Maxwell an Immediate Tiny mary for tho selection of those who Williams, agreed with tho others for noxt year, the Progressive Republican confer- - rlous duties of the office, regardless given the nomination, I shall use Bean, Katheryn Sanders, National encc n Chicago and asks for "a or political or religious beliefs. I all honorable means to secure my Mldklff, May Palmer, Dorcas Lyons, wish to be voted for in the Novemfc'if hut Senator Schapmire, Bonnie Sosh, ber election, is now little more than to those election and the election of the Lillian Committeeman from Tennessee, de- - meeting or the Republican Committee am profoundly thankful Mary King, Marie Skaggs, Geneva sixty davs off and candidates who supported .nio for this office w hole Republican ticket, clared tho Republicans should vvalt.ia Howard, Conatt Rhoads, Udemah have not completed their petitions Yours truly, until "thev heardThe echoes from "the H,i..rp,tlnti mndobv a ureat s:nny Re- - and havo no ill feeling against those Rhoads, Wade Martin, Raymond should do so at once. The law reR. R. WEDDING. country" on the achievements of the publicans that there l.c held during who am not support me, I am Miller, Alfred Duke, Guy Daniel, quires the filing of theso'petitlons sixtfruocrntJc administration. m tho present year a Republican na- Forest Casebler, Jack Riley, Thom- ty days In advance of the primary. between tlonal convention." A iK)llcy of effect before the next regular Reas Tyro, Louis Gray Brown, Ray- They must contain the signatures of 'the Republican National Committee Setting .forth 'the reasons for this HIRED HORSE AND publican National Comention whereat least 3 per cent of the voters of mond Yelser, Mevillo Rhoads, de- - request tho committee sas: i'We be- was agreed upon, und It was by the unhappy contests which have Carson, George Baugh, Philip tho county It Is better to procure termlned that a campaign hcadquar- - llevo that an overwneiming majontj THEN SOLD IT May, Park Tappan, Harris Walker, the required .percentage In each votthe 8eaUng of deIegate3 la Republican party havo reashed ters should soon bo opened here. This of tho -- i . fn Charles Faught, Ellis King, Walter ing precinct, but this Is not required follows a plan recently adopted by tho conclusion that the basis of rep& mlnl Mlschke, David Barnes, John Moore, by the law. uu v.wn..- n rvseniuuuu in Cauley, Jennings Most' of the candidates have beea' ... o. ,,.f rontrrv mura and 80ttled wlthout heat and Was Sentenced to Tall Within Arnold Likens, r w. .o .. ..., . htph havo ho often. vtusmiiMU". .""J ."". v Virgil Crowe, William Davidson, Circulating their petitions for some fundamental principle of rep- tho Republican National Executive to the Twenty-Fou- r Honrs time 'and several have the requried Clifton Black, William Luce. Assuming marked them. government. to resentatlve Committee assembled here "We havo pointed out these matBetween the second and third number 'of,' signatures. These will file No- - that the will of the majority in any take stock of the party since tho After. ters in order to show how esstotial scenes. Master Lewis 1 Gray Brown their petlttipns In a short time. Signvomber defeal, look over the field for organization ought to prevail." it must H is that there shall be a readjust- was presented with a beautiful med- ers should guard against singing the' .... .An1 i i nni- n f I f mia mn(rTltv. ...i.ni.n. n i" mo luture. anu aenuiu ": '" n,ent Prior to the call for the con- al, being given by his teacher, Miss petitions .of two aspirants for the meeting of the Nationa Commltteo An actual major ty will not long sub- Glenn, to the pupil in her depart- same office, as signature to a petipre.- ahould bo called to consider the ad- - mlt to an aetua mino Jhe supposedly hailing from the ment who received the highest grade tion is 'supposed to pledge to the can- -, to know before there Is another west will spend from 2 to 10 years in during the entire year In geography, didate the support of the signer. . iiiiKllAnna w jtnntml nntlnnnl fonifn -.- .-. ii t,uU.... at uonvenuou. alignment that these changes have a Kentucky penitentiary as the re- - and Lewis Gray is a manly little fel- Many have not read the petitions Charles D. Hllles, chairman of the tlons, dictate party nominations and Vmstn wmdf elllf nt 1a VttilnT n liKif nnd KimnrTf low -- "".- -. uuS6, and is Justly proud ot his medal. carefully before signing them, and and National Committee, who Issued the determine party declarations, VlAATI n wituuut uui'o iut ncfuuutaiu truui a, iui.ai aiauie anu ueiure . Tuesday night Miss Nail's music have not understood this condition. 1 n lanii'AofllU mlV flflVO ...UAI if Un.....A. y.-- --, -- , can tor tno r.xecumo will agree upon every question, but hours had elapsed had sold it to a class gave a piano recital which was It Is unfair to a candidate to sign his reached Washington early In the day he motive for It or Ifi nal adoption we Fortunately an enjoyable entertainment. Besides petition, leading him to expect your and conferred with several Republic- - It is no longer defensible Qf govera. j vote for another Miss Nail those who took part in the support, and then recital were: Misses Mary Laura Pen- aspirant for tho same office. tnreo or ,.,... of tho urJmary voters, fairly express- - where tho horse was, lodged, recomlz- - dleton, Norene Black, Amelia Pirtle, have talked with only . ; ,..., . m. . "I iia , principien. nom- - strcngtn anu power. Clew to Stolen Money. ., eu Jl( anu geiung in communication Victoria Barnard, Kathleen Turner, iuui iiiwu.uv.o nf ..- - Mvnriitivn " eu uau iaiuiiuii cictuicu, nju "and I are sound, wise and ' HUlls, mlttco." said Mr. tabUsh 8Uch 1)oUco8 and ,nstaU such Wlth tho stable men here the man Martha Pate, Kennedy Collins, ElizLeavenworth, Kan., May 27. Govno uoay ot tne party wi i ui t , nd .that some of them favor calling t Con- - who had sold the horse and buggy leadorsh, wln coramand abeth Davidson, Lorena Ford, Mar- ernment secret service men who have of n.liinr nf tho National Committee, those principles to tho conditions un- WiUJ aiiui L1J U1IUU1 UiitTOi. UI1UC4 U1U garet Coleman, Mattle Duke, Gorin been working on tho mystery suran enlightened, I am not sure that a majority of modern times in namo of J. W. Wright, the namo ho Flener, Lucilo Pirtle, . nA1flnl. u'mf If thaif linl'A n fnlt fin .. Katherlne rounding the finding ot more than-$200. vw j "thorn are of that opinion. We must d gavo at Madlsonvllle. Hogard or Pendleton, JIarlam Holbrook, Mrs. ed un(ler tho Republican banner." in $20 gold certificates on S. portunlty to do so. To give lUL'ul talk things over before making any Wright, neither of which names is Otto Martin and Master Henry D. Leavenworth streets during the last ob- this fair opportunity Is the solo . predictions." Will Recruit State Giard. i considered to bo the correct one, was McHonry. month declared today was their our request, bo long as tne f,. Pnmmltt met .. it had a'Jeot of tYnnnli1lfntia In Pfintnln seC- - Lexington, Ky., May 26. Acting caught at the station whero he had "The Honest Shoemaker" and a belief it is tho money It stolen in St. .. . n - vntlni' . uommemorial from tno umcuation eteht'AdJt. Gen. J. Tandy Ellis stated hero a ticket for Evansvlllo and tho bal minstrel drill were given Wednesday Louis since March 28, 1912. ntiueo oi ucpuuu This declaration was nutdo upon tot, I today that the First Regiment. Ken- - ance of the money on his person, night by the pupils of Prof. Andertut times greater headed by Senator Cummins. ap-- j tuuky Natloai Guard, which has un- -' He did not resist arrest but went son, and the drill brought much ap- receipt of a letter from tho Treasury n r a Nat o nal Con pointed as a result of the recent u, reoently cora.)rlsed only elght com. nieekly before Judge Gordon, pleaded plause, so much that it was necessary Department at Washington that sevChicago conference, this wmum .MliianlM. will bo recruited un to tho 'guilty to the offense of horsestealing. for tho "little niggers" to go back eral thousand dollars In $20 gold w ' .' country, u tanuu ; cd a roquest that an carlv meotlng w and -- - full- pomnlHmont of twelve companies. 'than was sentenced to the pen. less on tho stage for the drill again. "Just certificates, bearing the same sorial ' WW wo act ot tno bo called. 21 hours elapsing from tho tlmo of tho National Committee Already three companies are being Plain Dot" was a short little play numbers , as the certificates found .- -. re- - act ot u iwijumy uw..tvUk It included a statement of tho tho natural re- - organized ana equippoa ax vexing-- 1 tno ouenso was couiiuuteu aim uio given by pupils of Prof. Hedrlck. here, were sent from Washington to invwi hv rnvolt are I forms propoaea at tno un.ut,u .. ton, Carrollton and Princeton, and time ho was on tho way to the pen- - and tho participants plajed their part a St. Louis bank on that date. ference, which would provide for . 'a fourth probably will be recruited itentiary. Ho was a man of pleasant splendidly. Berry Dudley Walker de- All of tho certificates were found 1)romulgated ex Istlng ty recognition of the primary ' system at either Bardttown or Springfield, mien, well dressed. 53 years old. and serves mention for the good manner in the vicinity of the home of Mrs. held more than of selecting delegates to tho National a convention general)y in which he played the part of "Bust- Sarah Williams, a negfess, and grandnow manner or to the Conventions and a chango of Dosls ears at o relating anticipate in the It is believed that he Is wanted for er Black, the negro with a ravenous mother ot Charles Savage, who 1 of representation to conform to encampment at Mldd.esboro a graver offense as he seemed anx- - appetite." now serving a ten-yosentence In , annual voting strength ot the party n th. to bo taking part In the first play the Federal prison for the Kansas Thoso mury u uu """ "" " various States, a change directed out of the court room. After being were Misses Victoria Barnard, Ken- City moll robber.y harmony with tho against tho heavy .representation that are not In provision must bo told by tho court that ho had another nedy Collins, Ethel Barnard, "Mabel Fusion Flan Suggested. rulo and somo Methodist Conference Ends. from tho South have uay ,n whlch to make his plea, ho Rhoads, and Messrs. Oscar Bennott, conflict, Rowan county Republicans made that will remove tho of proposed Shephe'rdsyHle, Ky.. May 24. Tho se- - stated that ho wanted to plead guilty Henry McHenry, John Ross Taylor We content ourselves by stating what hit upon a novel plan for the STth. coaSpiated re- - seems , bo an obvious conclusion, leotlon of a coalition ticket for the at once Chief Langley, who made tho and Don Tlchenor. In "Just Plain District' Conferenco of the Condistrict and following young people apw" " the That wo must either accept these county offices. The Republican Coun- cate h s resldenco c""7 came Dot" thoMisses Lurene Collins. Alice ference after a three-day- s' Loulsvlle at session peared: rtammttSTmaV havo no ty Commltteo adopted a resolution Primary laws or wo shall Foster, Anna Rhea Carson, Mary this place, adjourned to meet at Har-ne- d, Naiona. Republican following In the States providing hat tho Republican and td Central City. ci! 1 betner te Ky., next year. There were sevBarnard, Mary Bean, Mary Newbolt, "Bull Moose" committeemen in each remittee that, which have enacted them. Notice. Norene Black, Wllma Lowe, Winnie eral addresses delivered' by able men, wSiaryto "Wo believe that It Is more logic precinct appoint two men. the four The Hartford magisterial district. Dean Moseley, and Masters Berry D. among ' whom were Dr. Wilkinson, each precinct in the county that Republican National Oom-jfro-,. Methopastor of the Fourth-avenu- o 7 and A. S. of B.. will meet with the Waeh- - Walker, Larkln Griffin. Glenn Tins-lemeet at Morehead on June dist church; Dr. FranH Thomas, preHlnton Leach and Randall - 'or rather than subsequent to future constitute a convention to name a ln SU ProitresBlve Republicans, how siding over. he Louisville district, J National Con- - candidate for each office In the ooun: at . -innlst a convention is nocos- - regular Republican Last night tho annual high school and the BevtW, G. Foote, pastor of somo moth- - 'ty, who shall havo no opposition In I represented. ventlona. Wo believe that ar: 'declamatory contest was held, and the Broadway .Methodist church. O. P. JONES, Ch'm'n. be devised and put into the primary. Chairman Hllles aaid before the od should To-nigto-dacon-slodelc-Wlil- JUDGE WEDDING FOR RE-ELECTI- IrMSF THIRTY rna ' Bo-dl- ; ?...l.Ir: " x,. to-d- iuwi ,. ..nivnnw lt ' '" t. ""''' xa,,. ... """" "; ".b i- Pac' . , yn un., ... ren .";"." i "'. "i:. I . P,8Uh Z (otln dfa' i'pjpj. ar Etil iT.!a xfrls TmIT dc' Ellza-bethto- t "'. "" f JSinSnllot JtZlcSSionVmll m y, Wat-terao- n. 1 rr ms$ ,FOR BETTER ROADS IN IOWA RJBBC Make WORSE THAN HEAT PRODUCES "Burn" Made by Cold Causes Stubborn Wound That Is Some Weeks In Healing. Whoever has applied & moistened finger to a piece of frosty metal In winter well remembers the painful experlonco thereby gained of tho fact that cold, as well as heat, can blister the skin. During some experiments In the pro duction of excessively low temperatures Plctet, the French Investigator, burned himself with cold several times, and the effects were so remarkable, says Harper's Weekly, that ho deemed them worthy jf description to a body of scientific men. It appears that there are two kinds or degrees of cold burn. In the case of tho less severe "burns" tho skin nt first turns red, but becomes bluo the next day. Tho Inflamed spot swells, and a period, varying from a month to six weeks, elapses before tho' wound heals. When tho contact with tho cold substance Is longer and more complete, a burn of the second degree Is produced. A malignant and stubborn wound Is formed, and tho process of healing Is very slow. A drop of liquid air falling on PIc-tet- 's hand, produced a cold burn which did not completely heal hi six months, while a scorch from heat, accidentally Inflicted on the same hand and nearly at the same time, was healed In ten or twelve days. AS'TO BOOKS AfTP EWCATfoNJ POULTRY Miannon mm una mvnmingj up Arc Worth- the Careful Consideration 4 All Resdsm. - Joint of Legislature Recommendation Concern Injj Highway Improvement. CURE FOR BR00DINESS Two Methods Given for Breaking Up Setting Hens. Strenuous Measures Must Be Adopted' to Dissuade Fowl From Her Purpose Leghorns Are Most Popular for Eggs. Contrary to general Impression, broodlness tn hens Is not a fever and we have no evidence to show that it is contagious. The ailment. It we may term It thusy appears without warning. The fowl may hare been laying steadily and acting In a perfectly normal fashion, when suddenly sho becomes Imbued with a great distaste for active pursuits. Sho betrays a very crabbed disposition, rushing at her erstwhile friends and pecking them viciously whenever they approach her. Her plumage sticks out at right angles, making her appear about twlco as large as usual. With head drawn deep into her hacklo feathers ,and wings and body taking up as much, space as possible, sho mounts guard over her chosen nest and defies all comers. The hen becomes broody becauso nature prompts her with a sudden desire for a brood oi chicks. She probably doesi Botcknow'why she does It as sho will take to potatoes or door knobs as. kindly aa to eggs, but she (By PltOF. JOHN WTI.LARD BOLTE.) - iAjj the result of dally deliberations Vbr foidg weekn by tho committees of ytbe Iowa scnato and house-- , the Joint siilxnmmlUco mndo tho following concerning road legislation: - 'establishment stato highway Willi ntnplo authority. to conoiHt of three members appointed by governor. Three to select competent state high-jwxengineer. Oaanty engineers for alt counties to "be wmployed by supervisors with ap-'tzxviral of highway commission. CiaRsiflcation of all highways Into vcotiaty and township roads. From 10 to 15 per cent, of roads In count to bo designated as county to be under supervisors and wxmnty engineer. , AH moneys expended on these roads to be In line of permanent work. No OF SPEED money to bo paid except on approval MARVELOUS GIFT of engineer. e Runner Make PresAll bridges and culverts, county and Feats of Day ent Performances Look township, to be built in accordance Insignificant. 'yith general plans of state highway commission, under direction of coun- Have you ever heard of Ernest Men- AH townBhlp work to be put by sen? Years ago his renown spread all the Tniatoca in hands of one man, to be over Europe. His exploits made day known as superintendent of township pedestrian feats of tho present .roads, who shall make all contracts look insignificant. He was a man who first came under for dragging and temporary repairs. Two-mil- l levy to bo placed In com' notice by running from Paris to Mosptflsory drag fund."to be pafrf-- ctat byfcow a '"ance of 1.760mlles. In 13 .superintendent for that purpose only. days and 18 hours. In 1836 he ran iln case superintendent does work through Central Asia from Calcutta to grading .on. township roads, the Constantinople, bearing dispatches for '. .engineer must go over roads the East India company. The distance was 5,615 miles, and he accomof the plished It In 59 days, time taken by the swiftest caravan. A favorite employment for him was as the messenger extraordinary of sovereigns. He ran from country to country, bearing letters and dispatches of the highest importance, and ,( v 'M'MmmMmiiWIWW? always beating mounted couriers He never matched against him. walked. Invariably he took the direct route to his" destination, climbing mountains, swimming rivers and guld-- I lng himself through forests in a way known only to himself. His food was a small quantity of raspberry sirup. " Com-niislo- n mem-I'Xk-jt y irc-h-M- s, Old-Tim--one-thir- d And now I commend you again to. your books. Books are dellgntfal so ciety. If you go Into a room and find it full 'of books even without tutting them from their shelves, they wem to speak to you, to bid1 you. welcome They seem to tell you' that they havo something insldo their covers that win bo good for you, and that tlley are willing and desirous to' lmpnrt to yon. Value them much. Endeavor to turm ' fttem to good nccount and pray-- recoF- fcet this, thnt the education) at themind is not merely a storage' of goods , ini the mind. The mind of man,. somo people seem to think, ls ai storehousowhich should bo filled wlthm quantity of useful commodities which mnybO taken out like packets fromi ntsllopA and! delivered and distributed) nccordri lng rxv tho occasions of ltfo. Iwllltnot say that this la not truo na fnr. aB- It. goes,, bat it goes a very llttlb' way;, fon commodities may bo takoniin, and commodities may be taken out; Uuttllu warehouse rcmnlns just tho sflmoaaIt'. wa' before, or probably a llttlb' worso.--. That: ought not to bo the man'smind. No doubt you ouli: knowledge that Is useful' for tho temporal purposes of life, but; never forget that the purpose for whlohi at man. lives, Is the improvement of.' thoi mam himself, so that he may go out. of the- - world having, tn hist great. Ipttere-ra- r his small one, done some' llttlb good: to his fellow creatures,, and' labored) ai little to diminish tho-aiand the sosrow that are In tho worldi Gladstone on the Use of Booksj ense-withiI I COURIER - JOURNAL I For 1913. 5, You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the COURIER-JOURNA- L Louisville, K v. HENRY WATERSON, Editor J WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L V AND HARTFORD REPUDLICAN Both One Year for $1.5 O. Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journal ECHOES LOUDER THAN SOUND) Probably Hard Thing to Imagine,-- . But Selene Has Proved It a Fact'. Beyond Doubt. to? Mi J ! I A . Chats" Road in Jasper County, Mo. to a Tmwrv fil Mill ...- '"fl'i . . .Inj-- s from the Mining District. ..........,. - T-il- r' giving profile, so that grading can be doos systematically, and township ( rcnis may bo put In same condition t . roads designated aB county roads. llf the legislature" will TiutlWeserec-ammaadatlouB Into a properly drawn 1 ' I road question. Certainly the money silent on tho roads will bo better spent nioiftr foinpetent supervision, says Thuse recommendations, however, net directly encourage a beginning .in. the way of hard roads. It would .that this legislature should do swdcUiIhk in the way of stimulating jpemtanunt road construction In those .'fortiaoG where public sentiment Is rrfpo for it No gjod will come from trying to force good roads 'In com-- t jcunitles whero the people are satis-3U- 1 with dirt roads. Ilut the state tax .itaai swell afford to lovy a one-min .spend the money to defray a tof the cost of permanent roads 'la 'ixtmxnunltlcH in which the county or municipality and the abutting land . owners will bear the greater propor- Ursa. Hot a great deal of permanent bo constructed In this way, rl ntouf-h to Bervo'aB an object les- 5on.:md this will bo all that Is neces- tax would amount ;eaiy- - A one-mito only $2 on each quarter-sectiofanzi. Surely the owner of 160 acres est land ought to bo willing to (Contribute that much toward expert-radichard roads. It seems so much worth while that wo wonder that such ,'rtjruziuous objection Is niado to It. ll por-tio-ll n "bill mid pass It. Iowa will have made a. long step forward In handling the ; i Wallace's Jarmer. ' ' Emerson's Trumpet Call. In that unceasing march of things, nMoh nulla forward the successive eneratIons 0r men. to perform their .it. part on the stage or me, we at tleiiBiu summoned to appear. Our fathers have passed their hour of visitation how worthily, let the growth and pros- perity of our happy land and the se- curlty of our firesides attest. . . . The turn has come to us. The trial of adversity was theirs; tho trial of ours. Let us meet It as prosperity-i-s men who knew their duty and prize their blessings. Our position is the most enviable, the most responsible, which men can fill. If this generation does it duty the cause of constltu- tlonal freedom Is safe. If we fall It we fall, not only do we defraud our children of the Inheritance which we received from our fathers, but we blast the hopes of the friends of our country, throughout liberty throughout Europe, throughout the ' ward Everett's L WOrlU, IU UIO u nf n.w. ... Ji cu"The tlmaVrnm History of ..- - TK?f - I I i I Curate Had Best of It. A clergman, called suddenly away and unable to officiate at the services In his own church, Intrusted his new curate with the duty. On his return home he asked his wife what she a o.- ." UlUUKI'l. u- - lll "The poorest I ever heard." she dared; "nothing in It at all." Later In the day the clergyman, meeting his curate, asked him how he had cJt along. "Finely, sir, finely," replied the cu rate. "I didn't havo time to prepare anything myself, so I preached one Ladles' Homo of your Bermona." Journal. ... Work at Louisville. "Tho city of Louisville, Ky., Is ask- ' tig for bids on street work as follows: square yards of concrete; 18,000 square yards of wood block paving; 17,000 square yards of asphalt, and ,000 square yards of vltrllled block Idewalka. Tho whole will cost about ;J213.000. Buy Many Automobiles, nocords show that there aro now more than 700 automobiles In William-tocounty, Texas, or about ono car to every sixty people. Farmers' are Cho principal buyers, on account of the reat improvements In the roads. d Joke on Elder Sister. Money had come Into the family and the young lady of tho household had begun to put on airs. Using ono day a terra not understood by her little sister, eager Annie asked what It might mean. "I couldn't explain It so that you would understand It now," said the grown girl, Impatiently, "but you'll know before you come out." "Hut I go out every day, sometimes lots of times," said Annie, innocently, wondering why her sister colored so hotly and tho rest of the listeners laughed in such glee. Bluebottle Heaven. In tho American Magazine there was an amusing story entitled "The Honor of the Dluebottles." Aunt Luclnda Bluebottle of Boston ran Into a young man, who used a bad word. Aunt Luclnda goes on: "The young man's language was not refined. He said he'd be damned, and that Is exactly what will happen to blm, I am sure, for whatever else heaven may be, I am convinced it will not be vulgar." To most persons It would seem' Im possible for an echo to be louder tbam the sound' that produced the. echo;. but. under certain rather peculiar conditions thiols really true. Whemai revolver Is fired fromiai balloon tho- report is sharp, but nottsoi loud an.lt: would be If the gun wore-fireom the surface of the earth-- . tho- balloon Is up something llko If 2.000 feet or higher, there will" be a few seconds silence after tho revolver shot and; then a roar or will rise- op from tho earth. If am explosive Is lowered, from tho baskot'of the balloon until It hangs a fow hundred feet below, and1 it Is discharged) 'ith an electric spark from tho a battery in tho hands of one-o- f aeronauts,, there will come to tho ears off those nbove a report llko a revolver shot and then a fow. seconds of silftnce, followed by a peaL of tho loudest thunder ever heard: There is no s61ld background about or abov the balloonlsts tt produce a rebound, of the atmospheric soundwave-and the air Is morodense below. Excellent Egg Type. Thus,, when the soundiwaves peneseta when, the- time comes Just the trate' the denser lower strata of air. same, and she will keep on setting and. then the solid earthi.the echo prountil you break her up or let her duced, seems to the ears, of tho occucpanta of the balloon far Touder thart-thhatch out x brocd of chicks. original sound. Harper's Weekly. This pertinacity would not bo so important 11 It were not for tho fact Advice About Reading. that she quits laying and stays quit.. Be- suro, then, to read no meani She has decided upon a vacation and! she refuses to work during this period! books, shun the spaWn of tho press In The lo3s of a couple of months of a the gossip of the hour. Do not read ben's time- - is not to bo thought of what you shall learn, without asking,, at any period, and especially during, lni the street and the train. Doctor-Johnsosaid he "always went Into the spring, which is the natural time for setting and heaviest egg produc- stately shops," and good travelers, tion, as. well stop at the best hotels; for though, If we do not wish to set the hen on they cost moro they do not cost muctu eggs- we will have to adopt strenuous more, and there tho good company means to dissuade her from heir pur- and the best information. In llkoi pose and start her to laying; again. manner tho scholar knows that thai There are a number of successful famed books contain, first and last, ways of doing this, and conditions wilt tho best thoughts and facts. . . indicate the most favorable. The main Tho three practical rules, thon, which thing is to act promptly and be thor- I aave to offer are: First, nerer read any book that Is not a year cM; ough. Remove the broody hens from the second, never read any but famed nests each night, as they are most books; third, never read any but easily detected then. They stick to what you. llko. Emerson. the nest Instead of going to roost. Dust them thoroughly with Insect powBest Wishes In the Word-- t der and confine, them In an open slat He was an author, but an author crato or cage In a cool, light location. means, authority which Keep water before tbem and give without vernacular of the street, his except a little whole using tho got nothing to cat across. It bis ability never wheat and green stuff once a day. This stuff equaled his Industry, he would had will not hurt the hen aud about three every novelist looking llko days of this "water cure" will con- have had ways. an Idler. vince her of the error of her On this particular morning bo Another good way Is to have a sen-rat-e walked Into the office of & publisher pen with absolutely bare floor rejected two or thrco bales and walls, and no possible place to who had manuscripts. nest, and place all of the broody hens of his "Now, look here," said the author, In It, in the company of two or three "on the level, how can I sell a good vigorous male birds. This scheme Is frequently used on largo poultry book?" publisher's advlco was excelThe farms. lent. He said: Tho heavier breeds are especially "Write one." Popular Magazine. addicted to broodlness, the Asiatics being the worst offenders and the No Mystery About It. Plymouth Rocks and R. I. Reds leadTravelers In Europe are familiar ing In the American class. Leghorns and Mlnorcas and Hamburgs set so with tho sign "English Spokon." which rarely that they cannot bo dopended Is so often displayed in shop windows. In a small town in tho south of Geron to raise thoir young. For this reamany a traveler noticed in the window Leghorns aro tho most popuson the lar breed for large egg farms, as thoy of a small shop the sign "Christian waste no time sotting and the young Spoken." He studied it for a moment and. being of a religious turn, he conare easily raised artificially. cluded that ho would step Inside and Inquire about this new language. The Most Fertile Eggs. joke was on hlra, for he discovered The eggs from raaturo hens will hatch better and produce, stronger that the sign was none other than chicks than the eggs of pultetB. They the name of the proprietor of the shop. are usually larger, too. deep-rumble' 1 re can aj80 $1.00 a year make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journa- l in combi nation with this paper. To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. . -- ,, ? .1 1 " THE DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it is the' best newspaper in the State and the people know it. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS Besides giving tho public the most reliable market reports as well as general news. The Herald's special features make among LouisviUe newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick'? masterful articles which are now running serially in tho Herald entitled: pre-eminent On "Back Board the Good Slip Earth t : : : : 4- numbers of these articles free on request to all who subscribe now. t The Louisv ile Daiy and H erad The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription can bo taken for tho Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by carrier. ' ) Transportation Problem. Toe farmers' transportation pu t begins with tho road that KmQj hi, t his door to bis school, Mr cuuroh. I silll, bis gin, IiIh poBtollico mW Discarding 8ttlng Hen, The old setting hen Is gradually going out of business, with Beveral hundred manufacturers of Incubators and .brooders as competitors. Don't Changs Its Mind. When once set, tho Incubator dowi not have the privilege of changing 1U mind as does old Biddy. siorket. i 8hould Be Ijctt'd. 'It roads urouud a ui.n ro jijtht U well bo on an !:las'J. i)- -l. Anxious to Be Firm. "Now, Rufus, I hope I have convinced you that there are no such things as ghosts." "Yassuh. You has convinced me." "You are absolutely sure 7" "Yassuh, an' all I hopes Is dat no ghos' am g"lnter come along aa' fore b to change my mlai." - Subscribe Now Subscribe Now This offer js'oood for a few days only. I T "V V crrsxxr SHWWaHl ' amount in force almost to authority. to trado Fletcher Henstcp wants Tho death rato among young chickThoso who have mado a study of straw hat for his a second-han- d for ens in' tills stnto Is very high. A tho divorce evil havo learned that If scarecrow to wear in his watermelon Inrfid pcrccntago of this loss la duo much of It la founded on the mar-rlag- o patch tills summer. to mismanagement. At tho Experift evil. Too esay marriage leads ment Station wo have had splendid to divorce. Elopements, dares, Joy Sim Flinders was tho victim of a iWcofls In raising young chicks. engagements, divorce marriages, o painful accident Friday morning when rdlo vitality of tho young birds deTho marriages, are nil io too youthful ho dislocated his shoulder. Ho was M pends vrry largely on tho vigor of fraught with the potency of divorce., 4a , at onco removed to tho blacksmith tiio bird that lay tho eggs. Wo have it wouiu seem mat 1110 ucst way iors fj shop, nnd was soon again all right. fjund that wo get tho best rcsuls the church to emphasize the sacredfrom eggs that aro produced nt that ness of marriage would be for its' Rnz Harlow has written to the editlirto In tins spring when tho flock ministers to refuso to pcrlorm the ' Intor of tho Tlckvlllo Tidings to THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year Ib allowed considerable range on ceremony In all such cases. A safe quire nbout the dlrecton of tho road grass and other gn.cn crops. During FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year rerule would bo for n minister to to recovery, which is so often, mentho winter It Is a common practice fuso to perforin the ceremony unless MAGAZINE HOLLAND'S $1.00 a year tioned in tho Tidings. Itaz says he among poultry men to house their of ho ho know personally at least one wants to take It the next tlmo brids closely. At this time fertility How's This? the parties and was entirely satisfied ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.75 gets sick. and t'ltally aro very low, while later Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reall tho conditions were proper and when tho birds get out of doors.theso ward for any case of Catarrh that calculated to make the marrlago a C The wife of Sim Flinders sent him THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year qualities Inccaac. a cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Strict rules In this re- H Wednesday after a spoo good one. to Ilyc Straw FARM AND RANCH We have round that, In comparison cure. $1.00 a year F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tolo-wlt- h spect, recommendations and resoluand as tho storekeeper of thread, i the Incubator and brooder, the j0( Ohio. tions In such denomlnat!6ns as have would not have any In until next $1,50 BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR nun can very satlsfactolly hatch the Ve, the undersigned, have known no supervlsoral authority, and discieggs and caro of tho chicks. Wo make p, j, Cheney for tho last 1C years, week, Sim decided to wait there un- pline 'n others as there already Is o tho ncsU out of hay or somo material land believe him perfectly honorable til It arrived, and is a guest of the In some would do more to Impress THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year that Is fine In texture. Straw Is roth-- 1 tn an ,UslncBS transactions, and f - storekeeper. public with the sacredness of the the $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE cr coarse and allows the heat of the nanclally able to carry out any oblimarriage ceremony when perfoynied Several of Wash Hock's hens have broody hen to escape, while the hay gations made by his firm. $1.50 by a minister and relieve the clergy BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. gone to setting. But they don't use holds the heat In the nest. WARDING, KINNAN & MARVIN, of much of the responsibility they ol Whon tho chicks arc hatched wo Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, 0. chairs. now bear for the light regard the keep them In the Incubator, or alHall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Intern public have as to Its sacredness. Havinjr made a special arrangement with the publishers Tho Deputy Constable thinks a perlow them to stay with tho mother 12 ally, acting directly upon tho blood Of. course, stricter marriage laws of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we hours before feeding an) thing. Then and mucous surfaces of the system. son can hldo most anywhgre when are needed. The clergy can not bring "daylight he will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the 0 wfvfeed a fine chick grit and supply Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. Its dark, but in broad the reform alone, so long as ofr has got to hide himself where no- about publications you ought to have. All three publications are luRc warm water. The next day we per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. land throngs with justices of the body can find him If ho don't want tho well worth the regular subscription price and,;ye consider glvo the first feed of fine cracked Take Hall's Family Pills for con peace, majors and judges who see to bo discovered. chick feed. Ilollcd oats are nhmble stipation. ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this nothing In the marriage beyond a lebut wc have had splendid results very low combination rate. gal form authorized by a license. After having heard that 'a man was o Farmers, are Hurt Most. from feeding nothing but chick feed Regulations requiring publicity and nndgrit for tho first week. At the The proposed Tariff bill can scarce- awarded $500 damages on account of the lapse of time between the applinaz end' of ten days we feed a finely pow- ly be accused of tinkering with tho a train navmg run over nun. cation for a license and its Issuance ofr Barlow has taken a seat on the dered "grow fed" which' has In it subject, but It Is a general slashing are the first and most obvious legal Send Your Order ofr beef scrap, fish scrap, wheat shorts of rates. Whether or not such slash railroad track near Tlckvllle. J steps, but there are others of a reofr and some other Ingedlcnts. Tho young ing is going to bo productive of the ofr which are likely Hcllwangcr called on Miss strictive nature Elllck ofr bids' aro very fond of this and it results alined at, the lcglslators.them- ? gradually to bo adopted. While this &fr makes them grow rapidly. Wo also selves, admit Is uncertain. Tho cut Belcher Sunday night. She asked him would not affect the sacredness of ofr sprinkle powdered charcoal in the ting of rates on all agricultural prod- "to call again, but he don't know tho ceremony it would prevent many feed onco a day. Clean water Is sup- ucts, and placing many of them on whether ho will or not. hasty marriages. The sacredness of plied in a sanitary fountain. The the free Hist is supposed to affect the the marriage cecremony must be preTho train arriving at Tlckvllle Tucs water Is changed several times a cost of these products to consumers. protected by tne church bathe the face and eyes in warm In conclusion he declares the purevening lacked only two sticks served and day, as the chicks require a very But there Is no ovldcnco that the day poses of ' the new government in his Itself, not by law. water. large quantity of water. When the lawmakers have even the remotest ofi wood of coming In on time. open win- paragraph: Then stand before an A Great Building Falls chicks arc about two weeks old we Idea as to tho extent of this effect' gown and "The sole aim of this government: Sidney Hocks says whenever you when Its foundation is undermined, dow in a heavy dressing pull a handful of green colver, tie or whether their general reduction is and will be to preserve this foroa Hellwanger's whiskers mov- and if he foundation of heatlh good take a few deep breaths. tho stems together with a string and Is discriminating properly between see Isaac Lastly, drink a cup of hot milk of government and to perfect its regdigestion Is attacked, quick collapse and then get to bed, stretch the body working to the endt hat the poopla hang tho bunoh of green material products of the samo class. But ev- ing he Is either talking or the blowing. follows. On the first signs of Indi- out, relax and think only of some- may enjoy Its blessings, prosperity where the little chicks can pull off en though protests will not avail now, ular wind is l gestion, Dr. King's New Life Pills thing pleasant. Sleep should not be and happiness within; through, the leaves. Too much feed will cause farmers may bo expected to remem-b- e A stray crow followed Yam Sims should be taken to tone the stomach scours, but somo of it is needed. execution of alt .established, that their industry has been sub long in coming. Exchang.e Sunday. and regulate liver, kdneys and bowobligations." The earthworm serves as a host jected to the greatest reduction for to the Dog Hill church last gapo worm. Therefore chicks the supposed benefit of consumers, The object of her attention was a els. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 Notice. for tho by Yam's cents at all druggists. manufacturing, Interests are new shuck collar worn that are allowed to roam over Infect- while By virtue of an execution issued By mado to suffer least. The greatest mule. ed ground will contract gapes. from the Ohio Circuit Court on March Sheriff's Sale. keeping our young chicks on ground menace, however, must come from the HAVE YOUR SUJTS 19th, 1913, commanding the undersign The Postmaster of Hogwallow, will become infected ,we have' fact that tho proposed rates are so that has not By virtue of an execution Issued ed Sheriff of Ohio county to make (not be affected by the civil service never had a case of gapes at this largely experimental. This sort' of may be inaugurat from the Daviess crlcult court In out of the estate of Frank Allen the Ffitlon. Tariff tinkering hurts, and the his- examination that Keith government as he just favor of Lavlsa B. Foster, adminis- sum of $24.05 which sum Martin Vhen the chicks are with the hen tory of the past forty years teaches ed by the Ohio at an tratrix of John B. Foster, deceased, recovered against him in the exethorough examination ( we provide a warm nesting box that it leads nowhere In the devel- stood a against C. B.-- Baxley, I or --one of Circuit Court, and whereas said trial recently held at my examining, Dyeseparated from the remainder of tho opment of a stable national policy. on Monday, June cution came to the hands of the undeputies will Bounding Billows. flock. If wc arc brooding the birds Pennsylvania Framer. 2, 1913 between the hours of 10 a. m. dersigned Sheriff and while in full ing . t, under a heated hover wc arc very on the 5th some word by and 2 p. m. at the court house door force and effect, Only a Fire Hero. Raz Barlow has sent Ladies 5fWul to keep the temperature at In Hartford, Ky., offer for sale the day of "April, 1913, said execution parcel post to a friend In Tlckvllle. 103 degrees F. while tho chicks arc but th.e crowd cheered, as, with burnfollowing real estate, or so much was levied upon the following tract young. If the young birds become ed bands, he held up a small round thereof as is necessary to satisfy the or parcel of land In Ohio county, Hats Cleaned "this As yet no effect has been felt at above execution, amounting to $302.50, Kentucky, bounded as follows: chilled they will be weakened. Any box, "Fellows!" h shouted, Repaired. arc killed Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has the Hog Ford moonshine still house with Interest' at the rate of six per deformed or weak chicks On the north by the lands of Thom the of everything beat for burns." Right! on account of the passage of during the first twelve hours cent from tho 17th day of February, as Wilson; on the east by lands of Work called company bill. 1890, subject to a credit of $150, paid George Crumes; on thesouth by the their lives. It Is not a good practice also for bolls, ulcers, sores, pimples, Webb to take weak chicks from the in- eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises. Sorest December 5, 1892, and also the fur- lands of Vlrg Stewart; andonthe Tho Deputy Constable, who went $1:00 Club cubator and allow them to run with pile cure. It subdues Inflammation, sum of $10.40 adjudged as costs. west by lands of Marlln Keith, Creek the ther 193 acres of land "in Ohio county, tbejr stronger males, because thoy kills pain. Only 25 cents at all drug- to headwaters of Gander 10 acres, more or less, and forepart of the week looking for a Kentucky, and bounded and describdiseases and infect gists. will contract being same laud that Is now owned lawbreaker, has sent word on ahead ed as follows: First tract, beginning by Frank Allen nd has been In his the entire flock. Hartford Pressing CM, on he will float down the creek at two beeches and a white oak, more than fifteen years If there are no trees In tho yard Farms for Sale and OilLeasjsto that raft, as he can travel that way corner of Charles Bell's land; theace possession for to said execution and a Y. M. C. A. BLDG., where we put the young birds, wo Let. . Pursuant without making a noise. S. 40, W. 20 poles to an ash stump; levy I, or one of my deputies, will on provide shade by making an awning I have several farms for sale, with HARTFORD, KY. S. 80, W. 100 poles to three tho 9th day of June, 1913, It being out of feed sacks, or cotton cloth. the thence A flock of wild geeso spent oil rights. Also have oil and gas 160 white oaks; thence N. 40, S. Sunflowers also make a good shade. the first day of the OhloCIrcult Court, Moseley's pond this day at Tobe to two beeches and sweet gum; at tho Court House door In Hartford, If the young birds when they are a rights for sale on many farms in and spend poles week on their way north to thence N. 80, W. 142 poles to two Ky., between the hours of 10 a. m. month old can run In a cultivated around Beda. the summer. Tobe's rlond Is becom- small black oaks, Spanish oak and It gives them exerclso and furfield, and 2 p. m., offer for sale to tne ELI WESLEY, ing quite a watering place. black oak nnd black gum; thence highest and best bidder the above nishes considerable feed. Route 3, Hartford, Ky. S. 22 West to the beginning, con Uy following these methods we hao described property, or so much thereMiss Rosyola Moseley was overc- taining 100 acres. 43tf AND CURfc Cumberland 'phone, had a splendid success In the roarof as necessary to satisfy above debt, omes with emotion Tuesday while 'of young birds. J. J. HOOPER, Second tract, containing 93 2 a., interest and cost at public auction, ing writing a spring' poom for tho Tlck- same convoyed to James Duko by o Professor of Animal Husbandry, on a credit of three monhts. The pur WITH vllle Tidings. William Duke by Joseph Smith; for chaser will bo required to execute of Agriculture. mm Neglected, seo record Ohio county bond witli aproved security for the Constipation, if Porto Rico's Nev Wonder. referenco lagod Train With Shirt. From far away Porto IUco come c6urt clerk's office. Tho above land purchaso price. Causes Serious Illness arlng his shirt from hiB uacK reports of a wonderful now discovery conveyed to Charles E Baxley and Given under my hand this the 21st PRICE Constipation, if neglected, leads Phlpps day of May, 1913. QUCH Kb. FOR an Ohio man flagged a train and savlf that is believed will vastly benefit W. D. Gray jointly by John It. to almost innumerable complicawu Trial Bottle Fit; OLDS a wreck, but II. T. Alston, tions affecting the general health. tho people. Ramon T. Marchan, of and Maggie D. Phlpps, January 14, 4ut ed It from T. H. BLACK. S. O. C. Mit ALL THROAT AN9LUHGTBPJIBLES. Many cases oi Barceloneta, writes "Dr. Klns's New 1901, and of record In Ohio county- Raleigh, N. C, once prevented a typhoid fever, GTTAJtANTKSD SATISFAOZOKn1 court clerks office, deed book J8, with Electric Bitters. "I was wreck appendicitis and Discovery Is doing splendid work OK MONEY REFUNDED. lalk terrlblo plight when I began to other beverc dis- here. It cured mo about flvo times page 49. And lovled on as the property of them," ho writes,, "my stomach, use eases are traceof terrlblo coughs and colds, also my able to prolonged brotlter of a severe cold in his chest C. E. Baxley to Batlsfy the above head, back and kdlneys were all badTor Infant and Children. clogging of the T. H. BLACK, ly affected and my liver was In bad THE Regard-th- e and moro than 20 others, who used debts bowels. tf.9KlR4YuH.Yi Always BNghi Sheriff Ohio County. condition, but four bottles of ElecSEWING effects of it on my advico. Wo hopo this great 44t3. constipation, C. medicine will yet bo sold in every tric Bitters mado mo feel llks a new Bears the MACHtNV Sleep for Looks. Ii. Ayers, 6 Sabin man." A trial will convince you of OF Signature of Montpelier, drug store in Porto Rico." For Jhroat St., says: their matchless merit for any stomQUALITY.) Sleep Is ono of tho best known preand lung troubles It has no equal. Vt.. Price oMi iiivpr. or kldrtcv trouble. "I was afflicted A trial will convince you of its mer- servations of youth, and every wowith constipation DO cents at all drugtsts. , Recognition ot Chinese Republic. and biliousness for it. EOt; and $1.00. Trial bottle free. man siiould get as much of It as posbad I Guaranteed, by all druggists. years, and at times became to NOT sible. At Pekln, China, recently, tho mes, Injurious Possibilities. would becomo unconscious. I have been SOLD Wilson of the A short nap after meals la an ex- sage of President found In that condition many times. Th'f Sacredness of Marriage. When tho pesent TarlffMaws was Physicians did not seem to be able to cellent .thing. Take it if you have iTnitoi stntPB recoenlzlng the now UNDER ANY 'The -- 'General Assembly of naBsed by a Republican Congress do me any Kood. I would become f-A-t tho tlmo to He down only for fifteen Chinese Republic was delivered to weak and for days at a time could do OTHER much excited talk by op there was no work. Not Ions aro I sot a. box. Northern Presbyterian Church at At- minutes. Provisional President Yuan Shi Kar NAME. ponents about tho "war" with other of Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets, and lanta 'ja' feB61u'tion wasf- - passed do- On getting up you will feel com- by the American charge, Mr. Wil never using them found had nations sure 10 louuw after anything" that actedI In such a &arfrik marriage to be "'a sacred In- - posed and In readiness for any tasks liams. Troops lined tho streets De commercial tried WAIWAHTFOIIjl.; prlnciially as a result of the pro- mfld and effectlv manner. I believe BHlUUSn au,u calling iurv muju ouivt that may await you. twocn the American legation and the IfyoupurchAW.tfaeNKW; JIOME jr.wUB regarding maximum and mini' I have afloat found the remedy that aff-focarvision 51any women think they cannot Winter Palace along which the and uniform maTrlage and divorce my case." hy a lite suet h(pw sxlc xou par, al wH .,m tPB. As it turned out that suits to res( (or a few minutes, yet n riage bearing the Amrelcan passed. not haYeaaWtotothataof Mfalrs.' Thousands of people are sufferers laws. Every expression oi this kind provision, instead of causing a "Tariff from habitual and is helpful.yet.lt would scent hat tho the end this rest pays. constipation The message recites how the Ameriwar," led to some very advantageous while possibly realizing something marriage Regular hours aro the best of helps can- people have testified ot their might bo mado question and, as everybody of the danger o! this condition, yet of'ch'uurch discipline to keeping one's youth and good sympathy with tho people of China in neglect too long to employ proper more a' matter D to inform himII a5t AllEl who takes the trouble tholr assumption of the attributes til than It is. Some, denominations have looks. may learn, our foreign trade, curative measures until serious of no discipllneary machinery.large latiand get to bed and powers' of self ' - .St Mako it your business to often results. The advice lies exports and imports, ui n for, extending bol ft in all physicians is, "keep your bowels tudes being allowed to indyldual min- at n irasonable hour every night and that the tlmo had rTUfiod areatly, But there Is a clean1 and ft's good advice. a greeting of welcouio Into the famisters' 'and churches.' But there are try t keep this hour .the "same. Dr. .Miles' Laxative Tablets are ii 0)6 4BV provtelda Id the pending Democratic Early rising will enable. you to ily ot nations. President Yuan delivassocatons and various sold by all druggists, at 2fi cents a, ministerial sloop ered a formall reply, thanking Prel-(foTariff act which ! certainty um Ik Liw bo containing 25 doses.. If not orgaiU,zation8 Vhloh might' so strong make up for the hours given to . Aft " injurious possibilities. As drawn, the found satisfactory, your nxmcy is ly gat (heir seal of condemnation on at night. '"mSi .V..nimvIm - r i it If- Wilson and referring to the ' ,A wm r five returned. clause'permittlngli, reduction of - - t a -- - - -l . you are troubled by sleepless- recognition as the culmination of ev If the performance, or me marriage cerpercent in all' 'duties- - collected on MILKS MSDrSAL CO., Ufchtrt, 14. emony by a minister, save under prop ness undress lolsurly, brush, the eaty years of friendly, relalloflsbe-jj- i hlps goods carrie er condltiosk ot'oautioa, that It would hair, tr&ssafco the scalp a little and ttfeea China and the United StM.AlMl ' mart result - ft. row W- - Agriculture Extension. I foreign countries or a rearrangement of treaties with them. Says a Washington dispatch to Tlio Now York Journal of Commerce: "Twenty treaties between tho United States and other government will bo violated grossly if the Underwood Tariff bill becomes a law In tho present form." So Secretary of Stato Bryan and tho diplomatists at tho national capital aro sitting up and taking notice. A little knowlcdgo of International law and of treaty obligations statesmen would tenth Democratic that they cannot smash such agrce-jmenns readily as they can the Tariff Troy (X. Y.) Times. B3mo ts Hogwallow News. ftilftftA5!ftAftAftJftftiSft''Saftftftftj I This is Your Chance to Cut the Cost byActingNow it to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ?99999V9v9?99999?l the-faithfu- Cleaned ifjessed 1 to-wl- Repairing and neatly done. work given special attention. and for and delivered. month. I anti-expre- ss co'rt-talnl- rate per KILL the COUGH the LUNC8J Col-log- Dr. King's New Discovery W CASTOR I A tZti NEW HOME il ' rd .lftl SpjKgMfl nt 'Tfj iimii a. ''HsrS - 'BBiLfesaK fflyggga iMim'M m MUPI oil States Steel Corporation, quoted not hnvo children In tlio school, KAHN URGES LARGER President Wilson at thc annual meetu nilonlll school In our mlilst ing of tho American Iron uiul Steel tlio iiiiiiim tlm eontlnuul uplift of II. S. ARMY RESERVE Institute and urged tho Institute to U'" l'iti'tfli mrur'Hiin In In town, numilly, socially mut flnim-chilltrrt '"' wall inllf "accept the statement anil feel asMtlor.l, hj., sured." Let iih ciMillnno to stand hy our nt ami ..imohl our school Member of the Committee on MiO. M. UAIINETT. J. NUY FOSTCIl ticlirM Hoard ti The General Kilucnllon locry rout Mini make It really Invlt- r)toim .New York appropriated $S:'.T,000 for M' " " "U,J litary Affairs Asks ShortHAMrY C. DUKU, J. NKY FOSTEII vail jus eitiu'ullounl enterprises, an rm.u.Mr. $Imi,000 for Hoys' Com Clubs UndWWOOd Bill to a Sbm,t thc er Enlistments. and ?7fi,tUiO for Girls' Canning and Referendum. to ooiuniuuioftUoim n Toultry Clubs. AtdrMi "k Hartford ItopuhUcitu. Tnrlff hill him Tim Piiilurwonil WashlnKton. Mny 20. lullu Kalin. " u inn- 'been piiHiioil hy tlio The Interstate Commerce Comwho represents u San Francisco l.irllv III llm lllllluil llf 1!t1IIIVHI'UtlltlVt'S mission yesterday suspended proposno not 10 suiiscmmtiis n .' l' RepresentaIn ,,.,, Id. .H.rr ..HI l Hl.llWt U)(, )lf ,.M KUt. tives, Ih tho llouso of Kepuhllcnn ed IneronKc's In freight rates from ' tho r.inkini; '""" Hl""1"' ' " """ ' '" ,K . l;!,7rr ' ,ii, Military points lu Louisiana, Arkansas and President, Is nieuiher of tho Coiniulttco on UI mil ..tiliini.. oil li' II tVllltVrntlc Texas to points lu Missouri and to lnnliti-.tPntotMlnl A f fill it, ami naturally takes u meat iilw.HiiiiiiillilnHr luKlUKC tlio Kooky .Mountain territory. mi m'fOUipllHhrd fllCt, 111 till' HtMlKl' ileal I . of Interest In tho army, ami will I"' ,f Aii.mjmi.il. ...miii.nil..ill..li ,.HtiililuMl political U particularly Intoresttil In Imilui; an Ktl.llll II. 'uvoril ui'iin which thc Ucinocnitlc The Japan Society of New; York gave a luncheon last night at which' Ip.uly should ho willing to stand or uiuy irservo. jc.irr"atoiToc. "I am In favor of an army re- 3 full. Ambassador (iuthrlo was the honor nerve." wilil Mr. Kfihit. "hut I Ih?- - guest. Toasts were drunk to the Hut tlio country lun not ct passed lloio tho host way to c rente. It Is hy of Japan and to President WilJuilncuicut upon tho I'niloruooil hill. may ;w. I would be l.'Kin.vv, short term enlistments. H son. Huhllc sentiment has not louml exwIIIIuk to j;o as far as hailui: enlistivpinlliiK Its pro Islons. pression I ments for ouo your with tho colors t do to say Hint the couu-hiii- o u It Is stated now postmasters will The formers of tho Putted States years In tho rosories. In Piulerwooil hill. ami tluvo heen denied n hearing heforc tlio t,.v u be named for Corbin, llnrard and ordered tho he" The country nan ilouc no such thing, this way we would soon haie a splen- Jenkins the coining nook, which will Hcunto I'lnamo Coiniulttcc, did lot of youtiB men with a year's make twenty Democrats the Presiproducts are threatened with quid, the contrary, In their military training nulijict to be callWilson Is a minority Wooilrow dent has appointed In Kentucky. minims competition ami because they during these thrco .SOS.iHHi of re-t- o ed Into son Ice send Homo ot their repivsonttttlxi'i i,vs,i,nt , tacking yitirs follow lug the end of their servtie- - rolling Washington, I'losliteut Wilson majority of the xotes of Fifteen pupils of the Akron high ice with colors. They would be subAmerican ohvtors. nouiuvrt theiu as lobbyists, In schools were seriously Injured and ject to demand by tlio country scores of others luully cut and bruisTho Hoiiiocr.it Ic House Is a minor- case of an emergency and beyond ed It Is ii great ilt.i to have tho IViu- - )tv ou.,,,. when the balcony In the nudito- uuostlon the most of them would be riuni of one of the buildings col- -, oeruttc delegation from Kentucky In .pj10 ivmocratlc Senate Is a willing to respond to a call eicni lapsed. of )tv s,,m,,,, worry so to keep out after the expiration ot the three They ni.ikc sight of Caleb Towers. Xolthor House nor Senate would . tluuitselies ridiculous In tho eyes of mnv yH, j control of the Democratic yisu-sPALO. "Hcsldes training soldiers the short h continual4. the i oat of tho country p.uty If the opponents of that party enlistment would tend to check W1LII May 20.. The farmers around here I JU&L ctiD ly say lug they will not speak to or and Its KrovTrndo policy had not term ! desertion. .Many young men enlist are needing r.iln very badly. If It dlildod In their opposition. associate wfth Mr. Towers. pique, j Mrs. S. K. Kell of Palo, is visitI ..it should ho mlmlttcil that Towers Is an oniior- - lu tho army on account of i ho count rv li.no It noulil not tunlty to approve or disapprove of i troubU at homo, a line affair or ing friends and relatirs at Olatou. guilty, as chaiKcil. something which disturbs them fori Mr. V. I.. White went to Hartford . ... .. inn. itlnjtnuv any of these men to eteml .. ...uuerwiH'n .... me i moment. Others enlist for the1 List Tuesday. 1 to n fellow member the scant iu-The new- Tariff rates embodied In the which they Uilnl; It wlllj Mr. I.on Gllliams and family went tcsj renulnsl of them. the bill are a surprise to the coun- adventure , , ,, afford, the opportunity to go across , Gilliam's f ., try. luid see different lands and ,mthor jlrs, Wnrd ,11 ho Is icry sick. ltytrosm.in Stanley Is still avvus speaking the ivoplo. til he water Honerall.v HH,,U, tvn ,he cha'uvs l) near Magnn, last Sunday. ;o- - ,'an.0 ing owlovvrnor Ikvkham of some (tflmllK of tluw - xxho ln rMl. xotlNj,unlw SJRXtght i affords to see a different phase Master Dow If Smith was the guest dsrk and almost criminal acts dmtno tnj: his term as i.ovemor of Ken- - nvnnvr.it Ic ticket .did not anticipate life. of Lester White Sunday. "After a short time they may retuoky. We have been expecting .ome ;ulv slu1, dmstlc changes and swvp-ilgoroJohn Willis and son. Ah In nent gret their action and wish to get out. to Hartford Friday on business. dentals on the jxirt of the ,UK mhlctlon of the Tariff. four-yeenlltment me v., Mr. Cicero W hoberry xvent to Lou evi.ovcrnors rricnus. among th,i iv.mi.1 lw clinn ih. on There is their . wltsl alusul ot them. vv.lU! 'isvllle last eek to see his daughter. press., but so far It has' lVwnvnitlc to ovuu,no iUU, Mdersmnd ln V t HP mm Mm m mm yiirs in the reserves. It look Hke.j I 9V not Uvu forthcoming. Can It be pos- Vt.. lt.1.xvt ...t Kill xerV low to a young man. .um e of Rcn(row lrom near sible that a IVuiocnitic C.oienior Mf lock Ut the dilate fus to jvss the'a rimo wk Kentucky h.i.s been guilty of such ford .and Mr. Elvis Renfrew and wife the ptvple bill until f" out b A ,ton- - " ,ch'u,sf hls of Sunnydale were the guests of Mr. Ule friendship for the people or the have had that opportunity. ,tu "nd ls forowr State as to commit the acts intimated and .Mrs. Andrew Hlnes last Sunday. I let then N an ajsnwieiit aml I SevenU from Palo attended the ly Congreewman Stanley? tw. House and Senate thvt thrtv' h fwr ,hat ho vui' 'shall be a relennidum wi the Cmler- - iscnt to prison. was for one or two 'foot washing at Jingo Sunday eient "It the term Ing. Wyvl bill at the jvlls in the Con- HAKirUKU LULLtbt. with an honorable discharge Mr. John Taylor Lowe has bought. wV has markeil the grosslonal elections erf 19H. The present at tho end ot the time, the average Mr. Andrew Alford's grist mill and ctoe of the thirty thirvl yvir ot Hart- - If the majority ot waters approve suan wouM stlc,c lt out' U will continue the business. . ... . ii..-.. k.1. . . .1 ..., li'rvi 1...1I.. l IMHV. HUH ..Hill' llll' MllTIV HJl . ll' 1' ...!... ..1 l.tll the agreement , """ 1 Mrs. John Willis Is in Owensboro u,ffu' clUi1"' ana mf tve done under most trying coudl- - should be to pas It Inmct. wwxl fw i with March. 1912. The average for very flrt day ot the uklnR treatment for rheumatism and CONFESSES MURDER all word, the tions. with the school I the railways of the entire country to a demand for. Hating men u the of hcf sot Gnbert wu. town, making It most Incon- - Khi ot the ptxnt CVngrxs which rtr the nee- Jecrcased 9.9 per cent. " M;npfncy should m hlh: then, ixvnlont for both tochers and pupils. Nglns the ftrt Monday In lVwtnta-.'1- ' OF WIFE IN HER GEO This operatlns Income for the ot 6 s the MaJen x' tt l commonly rxunarkcl by clt- - mt. jn tra1 yw miles of line summarized by the Mary E. White Sunivy. xxxers disa- ;Xn. ot the, town that insofar , cr . It thv majority of Bureau of Railway Economic from ln Louisville n,c th.. m.'.iis'nrvvve. then Vt tho hill die a nsturl : nJ mU uarehat the country needs. , MiM A,pha. . many people in this ,'s "There f Indiana Fanner Clnbs Mate and the reports of the railways to tho W wneernL the chool has never J death with the expiration .f country who profess to believe that Interstate Commerce Commission agis on the sick MlM cu(fte ? Congress. tvetser yer. lUxuldc. the oat- -, Sixty-thir- d had without the semblance of an rniyu$. gregated for the month li2.l37.S97, Sets Fire to ti&f attcnvlance hs been unusually organltatlon the United States could, or 1235 per mile of line, which Is SaDjar hool at Marvin's the inadequate Ur$ cwnsldcrlns FI INT SPRINGS . . . Clothes. ,. equivalent to $7.57 per mile of llnis waip any nauon on eana; nai aa p. taoAiu fvr carrying for them, which per day. Operating Income Is thai May . On the beautiful Saturday 'army could spring up in a night and Mlgs .j, xai Bertha WTsoberry was recognised to such an extent hy t proportion of their receipts which morning ot May U. when the birds fight its enual number. We have wnt w Sannydaje Saturday, the faculty that no catalog was -much experience which has Soth Lu- - remains available to the railways Richmond. Ind.. May M Duke and Mtss Fan- gj,,, last fall, a has been cutonia-rj- . wre singing their swwttt songs- had too buiilng trotuflow- - proved now cvxsay taat uiea is in nfe Rerrv. Mr. Cliff Berry and Miss cas ,a farmer, has confessed that he for rentals. Interest on bonds, approand no adixcnUement or extra and the boos and all nature seemed the loss of life and money Men ere the guests of Mr. ' murdered his lfe with a billy, pour priations for betterments, improie-ment- s, Willis tttert put forth to Induce them to cr to .ed. kerosene over the bedding and set new construction Qj to N rotysl in a evxu vxf KxiuUful om: training and officers without ei-- j and for Mre n lts. SaajjiT. cxax can not mae a gooo armj.( M To5. j isoved to Mr.,fitv to his home near Williamsburg dividends. The exerclM's at the o,vra houe gtxxii, the friends and relatives of My friend, former Coagrean Prine, e The aggregate of the total revenues Weatherford's farm at Sunny- - last September .according to an hy the various departments o the Mrs. Krances IXiughertj Bi a: her y of the hot ruea I knew In the by the police. for the month was $241,01S,S1S, an nouncement on hiNr 5M birthday and gave echwxl have been CxH:eU to both hoA-ame M" Increase of J9.S6t.272 oier March eQt 0 Bea,er Lucas Is In JaU hero, &frrJ. lujiil and tedcher tn charge- - The her a great urj,Ro in the form of House, one ween Talking with trouble ith Japan The burning of tho Lucas home at In 1912. The operating expenses were Kxs ct the old school huildlnj: hy a fine liinner and gifts; oo numerous about svsslble wi oa' i, , vxMcxM tlse scaument o: tsai '. on sick the time was hut in- - $17.234.107. or $14,104,236 more than Mr. EUlse rr last Juue was a sad and heaiy to mention. Testlgatlon revealed no Incriminating for March. 1912. The net operatlns had "fareJ sump- - far too numerous .when he said: lis-- . Alter Mo to lUrticrvl. but the nc and are evidence against Lucas. Rcopontng of reienue was $62,S14.1, or $4,239.-96- 4 greater building, wfeva J ri;ftg tioasly." there as Wt raaay basket You people danger unduly disturbed. tise cas came when ft fixt Jaxn. Why. i be 'There b no less than for March. 1912. Taxes rhoenlx like, oil Ue oM uiri, Talk Here Sunday. won rx sji a nwp, hy the PoHw ec oly Aaat.csr hw Vul,lurt. were $10.41S,25S. an Increase of 7 7 enHVsh to wake the heart of every fc trxxsm. Jhe Into the sea The Rev. K. K. Bafiajta. of At- - day" and acted so peculiarly as to ex- - per cent per mile of line over March, citlsen of thc tow leap with pride. KrarKVs, ha: hy aH prxs:. woaldnt Uata. Ga.. wO! tilk a: the eosrt cite suspicion. " Bj; the crouV! - t can- -' 1912, leaving the operating Hon. IV A. Koyal oi frx-Uincome lw future ;.xre fxv ith the iwv-is t.Vl him. uaushter. Mrs. Groier IV- - 9.9 per vent less per mile of llnew la.xoe here with Irx-thc caue of education in llartrd dtdate for Cvrnwy Attocacy. Seaway hoa la Hartfori ' "They wvuM cvoc h aai a aap. mysteriously dlsapivarcd lat stated. -and the unxulin); wantrj. Thi oer suldst !at mm. t S oekvi. hU sab.v to te. Cro use then . Vr. Josi-- e lVe aai Kiccva Itatler risit fxvl notion of fct may aot tv all that sojuc baikUns itdlanapolls U saM to haie n- "I aw aoc advwati: ; a lar.e wa: vs. th? Oro.fu had tor. btit with k twxk a fishia.c trip o Gree Rtxvr f . array." concluded Mr. Kihn. "tn: wy.v hv-- t Dasa:. ;iaa s a noted Vvtarer. realeJ that she had btvn there, but .n.v.tec a,sMa:ent ar&ij. a VALU& a.NxxaiMvsUtu r pcvx tt wjll tv lYof John Alte anl we of M c&sht to haxeand eocaian.M oy 1a an' was bcra la AdriaaoySe. Ecro- - had returned to Richmond. The ills- - TESTED ! enUsvvl -a decided iwiyxMe; oivc the vd Hecry xi4txl rea:ixvs aear :ht aKraace of the daughter followxxl n Tariey. aai was also ils;ute with her father oer the piace Sataniay retaraliy: hecae Sn: who hav had eaperieoc la has -- U:l: trajUtcc "of tie ArKso-TartU- a la vxne and rvlvs :ae jvxi tactical ual:, asd. ha: I very ta- iay dlKOiitJoa of an estate valued at ot the folio"): cituc- i, $lti left by her mother. McV CocO. caxdkl&te (cc the ivsraat. a reserve oc trainee sea thc KoarU .v' Trueetf whvs s w :creo i Lacas, la his signed confession, ( mmTs?mmmmmahsM IccteJ thc dtven aad made the cvvr-tr- Kepnhticaa aoaucutxsa foe Oaayr hch caa was made in ths prew.:ue of. a la oar asxist Moaivy a eKKlect fvsatlaf feexv la cae of wssm IV K Vv IVtidiecv.. W. H Jadjre HI swidea war Chief Gonaan and !V.trolnvi;i Vogol- shaXUtf iiaais with hw awiay trseai. Kamcs. W !v Tir.cy. IV '. W. saa said he klllel fc's wlfv because Vr A. i Sctier. our sameyvc, was IVyl.v aad J IV l;Ve. World News in Tabloid. she was always nagging him uud "ly-ca- o VJti taach tvctor factiitv thai calVd tci Kcafrow ;ia weei cc tas- schedaks held the Wcol aad she thu.ced to put a v ha exvc had hof.xre HartKvi lacs spSier .a ny vap."" He said they had ! Ota. WaSa.-V- of CreeawU. r:t3oa of the Secate naxaoe Sah-hoaU raaW a e rxvxxrd a a c&vV smmmWl : hav g oxsihle for two yxxn ' Mmmmk" z? tova ar.i n.xw! Jhc jus; rctU. jit . Sw Mciaiay earccte Kv Rsii- - eoeasaltte, the air tvta flllei with C: i r.-iovr :3Cfy matters, l.ucns raid he iraawrs of coatesipiated ciaapes Viri. i.K'i ha attrccei atteatNxr mmwk of a . m aUUaces aad cocater-rsr- ?; with a billy, thcu iour-a hTs t. c all mw KeotwXi axi la e.-- kcrvateae oa her. mmmm. .xw wwxl U : fxx oc the frw )isc. farther tipateatair of the AiaUatTro ciirc tatrt. Howrtrr. $t :h; v ftw w.vi xad fr TIe.fln cratch 1 Uj:htoJ.w cxwi- of t e .vcj4v.vSKNi s Jv iMie hy rhtw wwxl the f.aishe; t tfaaos ih oaafessoa. "my wife blew That U what the l S, agricultural e i;eef raiser. It S ftaWie.1 tire efNvt t: aea? toj aci; fvc 'oct, My wlf hriekevi and made a stallona have done with hraa. Tho w! ' car eiec; ctU:c heti- - iwes are to $xx a the free 5s la Jiit.-- to aeanajs aai j& P--" "- km octcsy. Me cava a tnx struck results ixf mo xartous )ractKu :em- p itnvcTj tawcNCed ia the sci.vxl i r l' aaw 10 c sevvvy0aer aaia wna ta csuiy. y csSNaatei cj tie sieeji wta fciXjw, aa liey w ct to thro i Mw hxo :vn, ta perc. tthe confession, l.u to haater aai naassai rvxfrtah ia W. T5e J! t 5.irj: vty ;vCk aai f.e-- 1 Cee- . iHdally when xlu vxf RaxVla aai T,i-- v uAMti, V Joe the faroecs c A Saat aa.axxte to ve,x tar." tie fa Cueatil3ffL B f M--i i ia U:i," 1 Re-orlr Vaiteii Su(.-C4- Uai Uvi. Lmi Is .3 8B.-M?-.r Ms.ari eja, oteertr ti j thresh wfvh Ha wvci ,W " S jSsfsi. Viitx- c ,N TK WITH CORN. XX cr h CX"X barley or oata. U xu ar short 5" fctf isM.U cn ci Mtt&g at UftitX reoeu wr he- fyar wJjLte.'W' Av-ssax late2ieUT Bee. rMarci. twl yu ahouM tty trua. I la H cas TV aarVa.su 4ii A .c-twea the Cvt xaxiea Is ti Bnt-a- a laSvay ?f ascecixfs wd ivta .ne,-ii-ae t sta-- Nr CKv.Ka as eitr- of March the on- - auily wir waMa and nuote social rVfMrli. tv--v TPtr vi th rx?i.vriac CiajiwssftiS fee irOt rv? al) of line dc-- prUx at my prduoe house Saaday mmUV.im ta iay c ix .ca ai J Avi. Co&iueew I: U sskied. .ovtes ' x4wn aftsrxam ,V thewt w th s4 vai'crcftaei 3X2 ?er net for the rait- Ortecal M Kir ?. T. Le3 Avtftt . .v- ieavy cies hrf.--e ira s asr- , T FtecaxO . , 9! sjK. UrnMsvsl K.; -- w N! . n, v v Stev. was of .j. x eta & wKh Us r i.vJi e xar cx ef U VckaJt omT tc be railwaya - of the south iMSavtSe. sicac . x,YC5 i to-is- rt . ITh rnwiutM:UKt osbt tty th B.40S. Evcyfe&iy ti canfihSr &ai . 3 jva.'wit ia iaroccxi. U4 .t. t. 4 vxac tuit u .1 Ciairci. Nc a Hw m cvtoj-rts- l I r r u--vrs3a NANTrORO, w UTwed. w rtA'rJr.tT! Hanlord Ropublican. 'Pi y. I Wool! In ''''1n I I Friv-Tratl- ills-trl- I Wool! Wool! Highest Market Price Paid m ,. ''i,r.Hi fr ,, lt ,(; In Xt"r , -- Urn-per- or ..FOR y Wool of AH Grades Exchange of Merchandise at 1 ' CASH PRICES. miiior-CoiigU'- sa j lm"" ! I I I I You buy our merchan- l. UlltJclJJ ...:i.u j: UlbU wool as you can with cash. I I I BRING US YOUR WOOL. ; I us ii ar , I le-,w- rt' "n I C. T. DdlllCOCDIU, Beaver Dam, Ky. I I 222,-0S- iyrs. -- 1 ft v-- i -- I:, ,Jui,n. .! r' ' " JT' -- Oil-Soak- ed ed w-- fker -- pe.-iea-o? tvj.. an-oa- e de to-da- c, a Pors zj rtaeN'r! lvi . v! w-- ?. aitrc :e h.l - ad wWl-iraia- ed ai ITS t a- vHBiVK WmmmmmmYWi ymmmmmmJSim tafr fll il 'mmy rcx-iw- aaci tcx i jr. sjr - :M&r ve nm 1" W. E. ELLIS V otir vJ w-.- a lirrr ce Crrsy - t..ic s-- tvNi Cirxi. KeTSi F;cviai!i aa " " " T "22 SSi? siivfK d al3 AfSaila " j8' jar " J Utr,n y v is ii ui c at uu f. 'ic ui frit, ti ;r SM. E. a. Crj. i Ut CX KENTUCKY . Mr. Estill Barnott returned Wed- HEAD CUT OFF nesday from Elkton, where ho has bcert attending V. T. S.( for the BY I. H. TRAIN, . .. . last nine months. Tho Louisville Weekly Herald and Tho Hartford Republican, one year each, for $1.33. Send all orders to Henry Reissinger Attempted to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf Step From One Car to AnPlenty of Seed 1'eas, Cane Seed ..., rfi ,tt.... D.n.l vui..p .11...... J OIIU UI1U other and Slipped Off. Oliver .lllliu ncm rn11 and also a general line of feed stuff c.n. Lt t i. nKVRit Ht Henry Rolslnccr. a iouiijr miner Plenty of Stock Peas and German cmplojod at the Murtwlck mines, was Millet on hand now. Instantly killed by an I. 0. freight LIKENS & ACTON, train at a point near Nelson Satur Hartford, Ky. 4 Itf just day night. None of tho train offi Miss Mjrtlo Park, of near Center- cials knew of tho accident until after of town, Is visiting relatives hero this It had happened. week and attending tho commence RelHslngcr had been In Central City ment exercises of Hartford College. on Saturday afternoon and was exWin1 have, at my stand on the Hart pecting to go back to .Martwlck on ford and Lletchfleld road, a complete Sunday. He had just had a hair cut Curand shac at Treecc's barber shop lln of Groceries and Dry Goods. when a W. J. MILLER. a shine and was getting tains, Mr. Glenn Barnes returned home freight train In charge of Conductor from Elkton Wednesday where ho Shackelford passed along. Itclsslng-e- r took a notion to catch the freight, has been attending Vnnderbllt Train Exies, and Jumped aboard. Near Nelson ho past nine months. ing School for the tried to pass from one car to another J. D. Ralph's grocery Is head- and missed his footing, falling bein quarters for anything In the general cut crocery or meat line. Also handles a tween the wheels. His head was entirely off and one arm was also complete line of stock feed, chicken house- is There were several others 43t4 severed. feed. on tho same car who saw Reissinger Mr. Davis Duke died at his resilargest times. of fall. dence about six miles north-caReissinger has lived In tho vicinity Saturday night. He was Hartford last .of Mcllenry during his entire life SO years old and leaves a widow and of goods in and Is the son of a miner employed many friends and relatives. The reat tho Broadway mines. An Inquest mains were taken to Oakwood ceme- was held Sunday morning and the to call to a tery, Hartford, Monday morning. facts given above were established. In another column will be found line You to see our new line of DRY GO0DS and the announcement of Judge R. Notice. for the Republican nomina MILLINERY and LADIES' FURNISHINGS, I keep Jones' Brand of Fertilizer tion for County Judge of this county. Judge Wedding has made a faithful, on hand at all times. Any analysis DRESS MAKING. New Hats and Dress Goods conscientious official anu is asKing you want. Ask any one who nas arrive every week. an endorsement at tho hands of the used same as to results. people. Read his card In this Issue W. E. ELLIS. of The Republican. Produce 'Merchant, Mr. Trimble Pendleton left sevHartford, Ky. eral days since to accept a position 43t2 Fc railroad. Ho first with the Sante Fisherman Catches Four-Fowent to Kansas City, Mo., and from Moccasin. that city was sent to New Mexico, where he reported to tho division Princeton, lnd., May 27. While superintendent and will bo assigned running a trout line In Patoka river work in that state. His wife will last night, Homer Adams, of Patoka, water moccasin Join him as soon as ho gets perman- pulled a four-foently located . snake Into his boat. It had swallowed OF TACOMA, '.WASH. Miss Hattie Glenn and Mrs. J. Ney a minnow on one oi me nooius unu was so near dead that Adams easily Foster will leave on June 9 for Oil Ky., as delegates from the killed It, although decidedly startled local Literary Club to the annual when he realized what he had pulled v In. Fishermen say they never before convention of Womans' Clubs of HARTFORD, KY. tvViih will hn in session In know of a snake biting bait or hook; New Commercial Hotel. thnt itv for a week. A tour through 'thev wm 8wlm all around bait on t II i. rnrnhprnnd. nan ana otner uoinuj vi a -hook ana never iuuch it urui- delegates na'rlly." The prizes given In The Tlepubll- - Interest will bo made by the can's contest are well worth work before leaving for their homes. Marriage Annulled ing for. Invitations are out, announcing the . FRIDAY, MAY 30. coming marriage of Miss Winona Lexington,, Ky., May 24. The mar Copies of The Republican will be of this city, and riage of a fourteen-year-ol- d schoolsent to all contestants In tho Pony Chlorts Stevens, ALL KINDS OF PAINTING DONE. , Mr. James W. Jones, of Murray, Ky., girl, Nannie Wells, daughter of J. J. Contest. H. k E. Kailroad Time Table to take place at the home of the Wells, of. Jessamine county, to Henry M. Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Instance. The hardest worker will surely be bride's mother, Mrs. Laura Stevens, B. Stewart was annulled by the Fay at Hartford, Ky. ' rewarded handsomely In our Pony Hartford, at twelve o'clock, June 10. ette county Circuit Court here toEstimates Furnished. . Miss Stevens Is one of Hartford's day on the grounds that the license , L. &' N. (time card effective Monday Contest. ' young had been secured through fraud. accomplished and well-like- d . Aug. 21st, , Miss Martha Thomas, of Dundee, 7:19 a. m. is visiting Miss Luclle Pirtlo on ladles, and Mr. Jones is a prominent Stewart, It Is alleged In the petition, No. 112 North Bound due te'acher In the high school at Mur instead of presenting the real bride-to-b- e dally except Sunday. Union street. ton, 'Boston and other, cities. ray. when applying for the license e, STATUE GIFT No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. secretary of thas Mrs .David L. Johnson, of Evans-vlllH. S. Perrls, we In December, was accompanied by LINCOLN In this Issue of The Republican daily except Sunday. lnd., Is the guest of her daughBritish committee, attended the meet George M, Maddox, Sr., Mrs. John B. Stewart, a woman of announce Mr. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. ter ,Mrs. A. B. Riley . TO GREAT BRITAIN ing. a candidate for the Republican nom mature years, who, It was shown, dally except Sunday. "It will be a matter of satlsfactlonr bride.. Harry Monroe, of Beaver Dam, ination for Justice of tho Peaco In Imnorsonated tho would-b- e Mrs. to me to report that the last subject 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. wiia cupst of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. the Rockport Magisterial District. No. h by the American dally except Sunday. Election of Teachers. Ncy Foster Thursday. Monument to Queen Victoria In I heard discussed Mr. Maddox has always been a hard committee was the erection ot a. H. B. MISCHKE, Agt. Republican and is thoroughly The Trustees of tho different DiMisses Sallle and Grace Martin, of working statue of Queen Victoria In Washing Washington Part of Peace position. In a vision Boards will meet Saturday, Logansport, Ky., are visiting rela- competent for the ton," said Mr. Perrls on the evo ot says Juno 7, at 9 a. m. at the following letter to this office. Mr. Maddoxtives here this week. Who wants tho bicycle? Celebration Fians. his sailing for Europe. opposed to high salaries and L)acw 1, Darnetfs he is Division No. . tvrnA Al.nAl Lucille and Noka Flener, of IS IOr Buul DtJUUVia inwl feVV WMllfl Creek Church. Division No. 2, Fords-vlll- o Shetland PonyT Misses Who wants the Sheriff's Sale. Dam, are visiting relatives and for uniformity In taxation school building. Division No. Harttord Mill Co., has River sand Beaver New York, May 2C Plans for tho HTThomas has resigned 3, Dundeo school building. Division tf In Hartford this week. By virtue of a judgement Issued! Mr John to sell. 5, erection of a statue of Queen VicMrs. Reed and son of Colccreek, as postmaster at Narrows, this coun- No. 4, Mt. Pleasant. Division No. from the Ohio circuit court In favor Henry Leach was in Fordsvill Supt. visiting her mother, Mrs. ty, to accept a position In the In- Green Brier, Division No. C, Center- - toria In Washington, the presentaTenn., is of the Fordsvllle Banking Co., against yesterday. ternal Revenue Sen Ice at Owensboro. town school building. It Is very nec- tion of a statue of Abraham Lincoln Morton on Union Btreot. Sol Phillips and Jacob Newton, I Mr. Thomas will bo a storekeeper essary that all teachers and trustees Miss Aa Acton, of Dundee, Is hold Mrs. Tim Taylor and son,. Master meetings. Much to tho British people and the or one of my deputies will on Mongauger, tho position being protected be present at these visiting relatives here. Gayle, visited friends In Beaver Dam ball, all service. Mr. Thomas many information of Importance may be ing of a historical costume day June 2, 1913, between tha hourby civil Hcln some girl or boy win the fine the latter part ot last week. tho celebration friends In Ohio county will be glad obtained by both teacher- and trus- in connection with years of peace of 10 a. m. and 2 p. m., at the court Shetland Pony and outfit. 5 of 100 In Any girl or boy in Ohio county to know of his good luck, but they tees. Ky., otter for nations were house door in Hartford, Birkhead Is ill at his not over 1C years old may become a will bo sorry to lose him even tempo of Trus- among English-speakin- g Mr. E. E. Program for p. m. session estate or so meeting Friday oi sale the following real necessary mumps. residence with tho candidate in our Pony Contest. rarily from the county as he lias been tee and Teacher Meeting Juno 7, 1913. worked out at a to much thereof aa Is American committeemen In charge of satisfy the above execution amountShetland an' Important factor in uepuuucau 1 o'clock p. m., prayer. By a little work "the Miss Effio Duke, of Dukehurst, is event. It was '' preparations for the 1 School Government. Pony, harness and buggy will belong politics for the last twenty years. ing to $20.00 with Interest at the rate, visiting Miss Lolla Glenn. given out thatt tho statue oi yuvw 2. Duties and Rights ot Pupils. day or going to his work at Scotts-vlllto some Ohio county girl or boy. While under the of 6 per cent, from the luth Attorney Otto C. Martin Is spending 3. How can you best secure regu Victoria will be erected Ky., last Friday morning, Mr. February, 1903, and also the further Mrs. L. B. Loney, of near McHenry, county. this week In Grayson direction ot a committee of women sum ot $8.25 adjudged as costs. was lar attendance. has been quite ill for the past few T. S. Marks, ot Hartford, bo Taught whoso names will bo announced at 4. Should Agriculture Spalding visited relaMr. Casslus stricken with a severe paralytic A certain house and lot In the days, but Is now Improving nicely. a later date. right side 'being af- In the Rural Schools? in the county tives In Llvermoro this week. R. P. Beck will preach at stroke, his entire mnvnment to nresent a statue town of Aetnavllle.Of Kestucky, and. Tim ' '.Mr. Coleman Haawell, of Hardlns- - Central Grove Baptist Church at 11 fected. His family here was Informed 6. Discuss The Teachers' relation of Ohio and State of Abraham Lincoln to the British bounded as follows: over telephone, end his daughter, to the Parent. bttrg; was In Hartford Monday. partly by the o'clock 2d Sunday In June. (June 8.) 6. The Mutual Duties of the Par- people was Inspired Robert Beelnnlng at a stone N. E. corner- Miss Margaret, and son, Mr. rela,-tly)Mlsa Winona Stevens visited Misses Ella McKlnney and Mary admiration which the British dele (, Marks, who Uvea in Louisville, went ents and Teachers. to Allen Buck: thence with his liner coun In Beaver Dam this week. Stewart fit Beaver Dam, were the 7. Alms ot tho School. (For color- gates who recently visited this Scottsvllle. They arS. 210 feet to a stone; thence E. 105- ... .Mla8 Barnes of centertown, la guests of tho Misses KUey mis Immediately to try expressed for a statue oi L.incou feet to a stone: thence- N. 210 feet to rived home with their father Mon- ed Folk.) " In Chicago. The commlUee plans week. 8. The Reward of the Teacher. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hani Barnes. day afternoon, and the physician a stone;' thence with Owensboro ana. ' H. Benton, County Road EnSoap for that this statue shall be of heroic Leltchfield road N. 105 test to tho T. Six large bars of Laundry and family think Mr Marks is much ' 9. Song. of size and shall be done by one ot the Signing Teachers' Contract acre of R. L. DBVER & COS. gineer, will be found at the office containing oss-aa- lt 24 cents at better, and Improving as well as Wedding on Monday LEACH, Supt. beat sculptors In America. HENRY County Judge could be expected. land, more or less See dssd book ge I have Hay (or sale. costume ball to bo 3t8 Tho historical Ky. of each week. 478, Ohio county clerks office.- R. B. MARTIN,' Hartford, Auliiiuit day was spent on Rough 33tf given some time next winter will be (date Oct. 15, 1S92. West Keitucky Fair Circuit Mr. H. D. Ross, route 2, Beaver rlver by-- a crowd from Centertown on Dam. MUs Myra Flener, of Beaver auspices ot loading society The West Kentucky Fair Circuit under the W. Dam, has accepted a position aa Tuesday of last week. The day was Levied on as the property of as la' the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. women in this city. The costumes Phillips, folJudge . stenographer In ( the office ot having a gen has been formed with dates as this April 4, spent In fishing and ball will be H King. 29, five daya; and incidents ot the T. H. BLACK, S. John B. Wilson,', , eral good time. Those In the party lows: Madlsonvllle July epoch ot entertained. tn emphasize tho Mlas Beatrice Hayne daya. Ixmls-vlll- e, By S. O. KeowB.DC- were: ,Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Bishop, Henderson August 12, ilvo Hon. John J. McHenry ot celebration. . ? tew friends Tuesday at alx o'clock atconnecting with the fairs ot tho In peace marked by. the K. Rowe, Mr. and was In Hartford this week Mr. and Mrs. ' An Idea as to the coei w m Augdinner, tending to. business fwttemod vis- Mrs. A, R. PlumineY,Mr. and Mrs. diana circuit at Rockport, lnd., - tun Assaults upon to Tsxtff are bs1 in this country was given In offersGray, of Beaver Dam. 19. This arranaomeut Miss Ruth U. S. Faught, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. ust , iting his. family. by John A. Stew ginning to bear fruit. Last year omr h .nnnuniument H. Is tho guest ot Prof, and ilia. Rowet weeks continuous racing, short ship Monroe County farmers st this ttesv ot the Executive Miss Cllftle Felix, daughter of Mr. Morton, Mr, and Mrs. Alv.lu ' will offer great Induce- art, chairman . Brown. Felix, recently took Mra. O. 'L. Rom. Mr. Root, piummer, ments, and Chicago sold' their wool for 25 casts. New that the people of staple and Mrs. James parts ot Whoa lneed of anything-IexamlBattlon Hbero and Mis Laura Toll, Mh.4Mary Render. ments to horsemen in all - territory. have decided to raise llOO.wu tor w are selling It for 13 casts. Prop meats, .lock and the teachers a'lrwajiv attocttnx "Baaatrv to make this "wAftl""! or certificate. She haa Dr'j. X.; Smith, M.r. Vivian LtJ. the first-claIn that city. There will fr J. D- - Balpb's gr made secured a, school (or the coming Master Neal Plummsr and Little Mtara kovart'-e- good racing expect tho best celebration celebrations- - In Waaalag-- price. Waterloo. (ill.) ' Republics. chicken feed csll be similar No. also , , sport ever seen In this section. mtv UsjkJsrd.' rarmwa' 'pbooe " TU, of MoHrf, . .- -, at Hortoa. v, NEW SHIPMENT s&mM We have received our 'fourth shipment Rugs, Druggets, sflJssss9s New English STRAWS $1.50 to $5.00 dow Shades, Lace Mattings, Draper- Curtain Poles, tension Brackets, etc., needful these fact anything that these cleaning extend We carry the stock st you our city and we want to special invitation and see our YOU DO THIS AND WE WILL DO THE REST. Also remember that IT and get our prices. WANTED! LOYAL BROS., - R.oserblaLtt's. sssw;sssrwssMe PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Narrows, Ky. ot LINDSAY DORSE? Civil and Mining JEkta&&&x ot Engineer Geological Examinations, Surveys, sis at Reasonable Rates. Analy Ken-tnob- ... fi Hartford Republican. Pointer and Decorator by Trade P.O. CROMWELL. KENTUCKY. J. N. EMBRY ' . - m 1 I - 1914-191- e, rv. es - tng, n-pa- ar-n,- a C-44- t3 a fancy's., w t pr 7s v A"At1,i,'-'k-.- niiwii.iiiS5wWM8M - I PlatThe Republican-Progressiv- e Notice. Ohio County Court.. form. at., detent of This Infirmity li Not Gen- Eugene Stroud, ct First. Wo endorse all tho steps vs. I Notice. erally Known Except to the which have been taken by tho CounEstablishment New Read. Scientific World. ty Republican and Progressive Exec Notice Is hereby given that wo the Committees, leading up to and The various tests for colorblindness undcrslcnod citizens of Ohio county, utive In tho , Kentucky, and residents of tho said Including tho call for this convenfcavo como Into practical use tion to formulate n platform upon , , xamlnatlon of railroad engineers and t on Monday M which candidates for tho various counbe like where the ability tc , dlstln- jrulsh colors Is necessary, so that ty offices and member of tho House t house In Hartford, ky., It bc-t- of Representatives arc to appeal to Ahese tests are no longer peculiar to laboratory. Dut It is not general- - fine the first day of the regular June, voters of Ohio county for support nt 1y known outside the laboratory that , 1913, term of the Ohio County Court, tho coming November election, under everybody Is partially color-blin- d file a petition In said court nnd move emblem, believing Republican that ,1s, in certain parts of tho field of the Judge thereof, to establish a tho It is best for those who may that individual public road as follows: vision. Tho most normal General Primary to know what can see all tho colors only when he trco nt Beginning at a black-oa- k looks directly at them. If looked at tho end of tho W. E. Ashby lane on may bo expected of them In advance, and fair to tho people of tho county 'from an angle of about 15 degrees, red Hartford and Pt. Pleasant PubAnd green can no longer be seen, but the to know Just where their candidates V. E. Ashby 's farm; 1b their places will appear shades of lic road on stand, upon all questions of public running North across W. E. yellow or blue. This region of the thence Interest. zone. Ashby's land about 100 rods to the . ye is known as tho yellow-bluSecond. Wo favor rigid economy color be removed still farther to land belonging to tho heirs of W. II. It tho will dis- Ross; thence North across said Ross In tho conduct of all the business toe side, the yellow nnd blue appear and only gray can be seen. land about 150 rods to tho land of of tho county to tho end that taxThis region Is known as tho zone of T. H. Benton; thenco North across es may bo reduced to the lowest posg sible rate, realizing that we are burAn complete 50 rods to theory In regard to these zones T. II. Benton's land about dened by tho present high taxes, tho land of Eugene Stroud; thence East State, county and town. 4 that every normal eye represents three stages of evolution. The zone on line between Eugene Stroud and Third. As a mntter of economy s Is the low- T.ell. Benton about GO rods to Rough ,cf complete and In the Interest of a better est stage, and appears In such ani- River; thence North with the said business system, wo favor placing the Is Rough River mals as the frog, whose vlslou across tho lands of Fiscal affairs of the county In the known as shadow vision. The Eugene Stroud about 40 rods; thence hands of a commission to be comzone is one step higher in the across Rough River; thence posed of three persons to be chos scale, although not clearly marked off East Eugene kingdom. And the ap- East across the lands of en by the voters from the county at In the animal Stroud about SO rods to T. H. Ben- large; believing that the finances zone marks pearance of the the highest stage of evolution. Cases ton's line; thence South about 20 of the county can better be hnndled are, according to rods on line between Eugene Stroud by a smaller number of men, who of this theory, a lack of development be- and T. H. Benton; thence East about can bo chosen entirely with their yond the early stage In the Individual 100 rods on line between W. S. Tins-le- y business quallflcatons in view. Unlife. Professor Pcffenberger in the on the South and T. H. Benton der this arrangement the offce of ' Strand.' and Eugene Stroud on the North to Justice of the Peace would not be the Centertown and Beda road. The from, but Its powers for ACHIEVE SUCCESS BY STAGES ending of said road. Distance of said detracted usefulness in the maintenance of ornew road being about 1 2 miles In magisterial disElevation to Leadership It On a Basis length and running from the Hart- der in the various tricts would be far greater. of Preetige, and Mutt Be ford and Pt. Pleasant Public Road Fourth. Tho office of county asMaintained. and the Centertown and Beda Public sessor should be abolished, and the duties of that official performed by As soon as a certain number of llv-I- n Road. In testimony whereof, witness our men chosen by the County Board 'of beings are gathered together, day of May.1913. Commissioners, for each magisterial whether they be animals or men, they slgnatues this the ALVIN ROSS, place themselves Instinctively under district. EUGENE STROUD, the authority of a chief. Fifth. The people of Ohio county Am enthusiasm becomes inflamed, it T. H. BENTON, we deserves better roads and happens most often that the then leadLESLIE FIELDEN, pledge the candidates who may be er la he who started as one of the led. J. L. FIELDEN, nominated upon this platform it elect He has himself been hypnotized by H. D. WILLIAMS, ed, to exercise their utmost powers tha idea whose apostle he has since J. E. TINSLEY, to Inaugurate a system which shall become. It has taken possession of JOSHUA TINSLEY, him to such a degree that everything bring about this desired end In the A. F. AKIN, outside it vanishes, and every conspeediest and best possible way. trary opinion appears tothlm an error ESTEN WILLIAMS, Sixth. We pledgo our hearty supr a superstition. In time by affirma- 45t2 DELIA WILLIAMS. port In behalf of every effort to Imtion, repetition and contagion great prove our schools, for better build power la given to his ideas, and he ings, more perfect sanitary conditions, mysterious force known as that FOR FLETCHER'S a course In agriculture for even' high successful man, preetife. Every school, and an agricultural experi4rery Idea that forces itself into recognition, ceases ipso facto to be called ment farm located In the county. n onestlon. Seventh. Our 'sympathies are with Now Is the time to get rid of "your The psooi that anccets is one of the rheumatism. You can do It by apply- the to farmers in their efforta principal stepping stones to prestige ing Chamberlain's Liniment and mas obtain better prices for their pro4s. that the dltappearance of one Is we symalways followed by the disap- saging the parts freely at each appli ducts, and especially do pathize with the tobacco growers of cation. For Bale by all dealers. pearance of the other. The hero whom Ohio county and pledge them our the crowd aoclalmed yesterday It Insupport in their efforts to maintain The Bible in the School. tuited today ahould he be overtaken whereby they will y (allure. The reaction-Indee- d organization, The Northwest Church Lire, for an fje'the stronger in proportion 'as "the August, 1912, published at Seattle, may secure a just reward for the toll preetige has been great. LeBon, in Wash., where regular Bible reading given by them to the production Me hook upon "The Crowd." of this crop. We realize that the In public schools Is prohibited, says: We have received from the De- struggle is an unequal one and if necAt an Owner Should Be. partment of Public Instruction at essary, we pledge them our support Whilst it is each man's interest that Sydney, N. S. W., Australia, sample to secure Government aid in mainet only ease and convenience of t. taining public warehouses, through but also wealth or surplus prod-et- a copies of the text books containing exist somewhere, it need selected scriptures put out by the which they may hold their tobacco un ahould sot be in his hands. Often it Is very department and used In the public til the buyers see fit to accord them jodeeirable to him. Goethe said well: schools. These text books are very fair treatment. "Nobody should be rich but those who suggestive. They show us how we twelve Eighth. During the last understand it." Some men are born here in America, could have similar months the county has been imto own, and can animate all their text books prepared, with selections poverished and actual suffering has Others cannot; their possessions. brought about among the coal owning is not graceful seems to be from the Bible that might be used as been compromise of their character; classics, the selections to bo made miners on account of slack work, a they seem to Btetjl their own divi- by broad committees, with such care charged, to the failure of the railroad dends.. They should own who can ad- that they would not be objectionable to furnish sufficient cars. In order minister, not they who hoard and con- to any one. that this evil may be remedied we ceal; not they who, the great proFor a long time we have thought pledge our candidate for member of prietors they are, are only the great-e- r it a most unfortunate matter that se- the House of Representatives to supbeggars, but they whose work arc port a measure enlarging the powers .carves out work formore, opens a lections from the old classics Commission so extensively in our schools, of tho State Rallroal path for all. For be Is the rich man used people are rich; and he while no smiilar headings have been and making It the du.j of said ComIn whom the ruilrccds to 1a the poor man In whom the people culled from tho scriptures to be used mission to require t: as u part of the education of our furnish a sufficient : .m er t ( cms, are poor. Emerson. without discrimination, to haiule t ir youth. 'nt tlu Hunger Strikes. It may well bo considered as a se output of coal promptly The problem of the hunger strike rious question as to whether a per- miners may have steady wcr!f, and van not known in the, seventeeth son may lay claim to a liberal edu wo also pledge our supi ort lor :.i Then, however, It was allowed cation, who haa never had any train other wise measure, having for its to solve itBelf. John Evelyn, for ing in the Bible. It Is absurd to say object relief from this Intolerable sit in 1656, found martyrs to their that a satisfactory agreement cannot uation. Ipswich, and entered the .beliefs in Ninth. Wo condemn the present d committee flfht and its sequel in his diary: "I be made by a upon suitable scripture selections for Democratic administration of Kenhad tho curiosity to visit some Quakers hero in prison," he noted on public school use. It can bo done. It tucky for Its extravagance through Increase of salaries, creation of countJuly 8, 1656, "a now fanatic set, of should be done. dangerous principles, who show no reless, needless offices, and enormous appropriations which have resulted elect to any man, magistrate or other. , . . One of these was said to have In the largest Stato debt In many FOR FLETCHER'S fatted 20 days; but another, endeavor-ia- x reyears, and which is suro to to do the like, perished on the I through quire an Increase In taxation .tenth, when he would have eaten, tut could not." There Is no question Poor appetite lis a sure sign of Im some form. Wo condemn it for its of forcible feeding here! London paired digestion. A few doses of passage of tho Confedorato pension Chronicle. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver bill and its refusal to pay these Tablets will strengthen your diges men, many of whoso claims have Speedy Courtship. been proven for months, under tho A sum recently In New York laid tion and improvo your appetite. pretext that the bill is unconstitutionThousands have been benefited by that he would woo, win and appointed offiany within an hour a young lady taking these Tablets. Sold by all al, although having who aro drawcials under the act, dealers. whaai, with hit companions, he had ing their salaries. We condemn It paet teen arrive at the hotel where he Wring. Tho Princeton school teacher is for a Its failure to place tho Penal Inlet There it nothing in the American writing tho first chapter of his book stitutions of tho Stato undor a. nonaaarrtage law to prevent this dispatch, on "Llvo Stock Economics." Contrary partisan commission; refusal to pass Me Introduced himself to the damsel, to the usual habit of authors be for a workman's compensation act; a he sailed upon hit suit, a minister gets corrupt practice act; and for lowering to consult tho highest authority wa called in, and they weretaarried the Amorlcan farmer: He In quite the school t per capita. Wo, also conarithta an hour. the. unanimous tendency of the The wager, of bo Inconsiderable likely to hear from the American demn officials, from Governor down, State armor before the last chapter Is ssaaat, was handed to the tp play politics, by looking ahead who left with alt bride tat finished. American Sheep Brooder. for 'some other Job, Instead of lookfella wing day. It was shortly alter . erarde discovered that the eevple. had ing after the vital Interests of the Aeen ntau and wtte, aad that they had people of .the state, whom they are FOR FLETCHER'S ,. oea travails ahaat pteylaf thf aasae, sworn to serve.. at vajiyp hetata, .... Tenth'. Our candidate (or. member 'of All PARTIALLY COLOR-BLIN- J D i ' he o color-blindnes- Inter-jestln- color-blindnes- blue-yello- fed-gree- n color-blindne- Children Cry CASTO Rl A al-a- llv-faj- 1 the Houso of Representatives, may bo nominated upon this platform, Bhould ho bo selected by tho people In the final election, Is Instructed and pledged to vote, for the following laws: A measure- embodying the Initiative nnd referendum. j The recall for all State, District nnu ouniy uiucinis. Ail amendment to tho Primary Election Law, providing for the election of delegates to National conventions, and for the selection of all party committeemen. An amendment to tho Primary Elec providing Hon Law, thnt where thcr Is only ono candidate of any party at tho closo of the time limit, tho selection mny bo made through that party's committee. An amendment to the Election Law; permitting any candidate to have tho benefit of the votes of all parties which mny support his candidacy by having his name placed under more than one device upon the ballot. Tho repeal of the odious registration certificate law, which In every election has made easy the corruption of the ballot wherever certificates aro required. A measure prohibiting the use of money, with which to corrupt voters, and disfranchising any one who may sell or buy votes. A corrupt practice act. Workman's compensation law. A measure placing our penal institua nonpartions under control of tisan commission. Repeal of tho hunter's tax. Repeal of the dog tax. . Abolishment of many needless of fices created by tho last session of the legislature. A measure reforming the taxing system of tho State which will place the burdens of taxation where they properly belong, liiBtcad of upon the men who own small homes and visible property, not easily evaded In the assessment. A law giving he people of Kentucky equal advantages with those of the States North of us, by compelling the railroads to give us the benefit of 2 cents per mile passenger rate. Upon all other matters not specifically mentioned herein, our candidate Is directed to vote in the Interest of progress, and for the general welfare of all our people. Upon this declaration of principles this convention the members of pledge their hearty support to the candidates who may be nominated at the general primary election, first Saturday in August next, under the Log Cabin, for the various offices to be voted for in Ohio county at the coming November election. Respectfully submitted, A. D. KIRK. M. L. HEAVRIN. J. A. LEACrf; S. L. STEVENS, W. R. EDGE, H. L. CARTER, Committee. It would surprise you to know of the' great good that Is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., "My wife has been using writes, and finds Chamberlain's Tablets them very effectual and doing her lots of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowclB give them a trial. For sale by all dealers. Say, Mr. Business man; do you need any printing done? If you do let us do It for you. We can print your Letter Heads, Envelopes, BUI Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewritten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, etc., and print them right at right prices. Try us with your next order. 32tf. Call at "Tho Republican office. who - Directory Coirity OHto Circuit Court T. F. Birkhead, Judgoj Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. Mldkllf, Jailer; E. U. Barrass, Clerk; E. E. Birkhead, Master Commissioner; R. T. Collins, Trustco Jury Fund: T. II. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcown, Beaver Dam; G. P. Jones, Routo f, Hartford; W. C. Earp, Roslnc. Court convenes first Monday In February ami continues three weeks; third Monday in April, two weeks; third .Monday In October two weeks. County Court R. R. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk; C. E. Smith, Attorney, Hurtford. Court convenes first Monduy In each month. Quarterly Court Beclns on the fourth Monday In February, May,' August and .November. .Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-leSurveyor, Fordsvllle,' Ky., It. F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., R. V. D. No. 2; Henry Lench, Superintendent, Hartford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Leslie Combs, 'Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday In March, Tuesday nftcr 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday after 3rd .Monday In September, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December. John II. .Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday In .March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June, Friday Monday In September, after 3rd Friday after 3rd Monday In December. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesdny after 3rd Monday In March, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September, Wednesday after Sim Mon-ua- y y, Davenport, Warren county. county officers L. B. Tleh-ono- r, President; Henry Pirtle, Secretary; S. M, Bennett, Treasurer. ty; C. G. Ohio Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. I). Tlchonor, Hartford, R. P. D. No. G. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. a. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. AUord, Whlto Run, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. . V 5. Rlclmrd Plumnicr, Taylor Mlnee, Kentucky. irj;r.'rjiYii'i Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. practice his profeealon In this, and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Will Barnes Mrre. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith W. II. Barms and C. announce 4bat Iby liavo iform-- a parUurshAp for tho general jtrnc-tic- e of law, except criminal and illvor oases, Mr. Bmith being County Attorney Is proventod from practicing such ccaexs. Mr. Barnes will individually accent such practice. OUlcos la Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K" f n John II. Miles. Roclsnnrt. Friday after 3rd .Monday i'i March, Krtcay after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd .Monday In September, Frl- uay alter 3rd .Monday In December. J. C. JackBon, Centertown, Saturday after 3rd Monday In .March, Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, Saturday after 3rd Monday In September, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Rcnfrow, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In Mnrch. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November. i nomas Sanders. Olaton. WciIiiks- day after the second Monday In Marcn. Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in August. Wednesday after 2nd Mon day In November. Grant Pollard. Fordsvllle. Tuesday after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- aay artcr 2nd Monday in Mav. Thurs day after 3rd Monday in August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in No- -- In Decern twr. ARTHUR D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. M. L. HEAVRIN HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED WITH This offlco is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practice In all tho courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln's Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Gjven Prompt Attention. TORSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. Ohio County ccn-'tur- broad-minde- Children Cry C A STOR A J. L. Patton. Ralnh. Frldav after 2nd Monday in March, Friday after 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd Monuay in August, Friday after 2nd .Monday m November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe. Judicc: John II. Wil son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday in each month. City Council J. H. Williams. May or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. a. carson, B. p. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. School Trustees Dr. B. B. Pendleton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. S. Tintlev and J. D. Duke. .-,RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church. South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sun day school 9:45 a. in. Prayer meet ing every Wednesday cvenlnu. Rev. Savllle, pastor. . Baptist Church Services mornlnir and evening every second and fourth Sunday in each month. Sunday school 9M5 a. ni. Prayer mooting every Wed nesday evening, iiev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. u. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. and A. M. meets overy first Monday night In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. meets every second and fourth MonBOOKKEEPING day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, BuilmM,PhoRegraphy W. M.; Jas. H. WilllaniB, W. B.; TYPEWRlTlNGand Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. TELEGRAPHY Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights WILBUR Rrnll H ot rytnias meets every Tuesday oven-Insi i asm im. Ita Pmld.nt hu rean of iMrt.Bc la m.rc.ntll. W. P. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney ana tanking bn.infna, lo 11 y.trt rrinr.tlng 10,10 Foster, K. of R. & S. roan( w.n nd wom far inrr... SVEnt.r now, UlMWILBim H. SMITH, IxlBfim, By. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keopor. Acme Lodgo No. 139 1. o. O. F meets every second nnd fourth Friday nights In eajh month. C. A,. Harnett, Noble Grand, ,. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. sksMi g. vcinDer. I AMSIPREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. ,u W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hartford Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE 8uccsed when everything else fads. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. SEEDS' MKUSVS tMSS MKCSBB I SPECIAL OFFER: rjU4.Uk.ni N.w.BnlacM. AtrlilwUM mik too oar Mruuotnt cuitomer. 1 U w IU nnailn la all. Hfiimh vuuiiiaip rwii. Write toay; Mention thin Paper. 1 tl tb. flnwt t Tnli. 1' ntondM I (Mm. bM fe.iki-- artf t I MMMAAMMAAAAAAAAAAWWVI 1 Mr i lMtrnttTaTKuUMSM l SEND 10 W4 CENTSTMMkW ! Mf FMkllf lhr UU VVMMT WIW nm m mm win u in J.W.Ii.'netflresmi Viak7 h4 nu, mua w PU.t w. ii war tkmLmmpdifihmi 9mvttm Kotain the home than clear, steady light Insure this by gettto tne oil that burnt clear and eltaa wltnout a flicker down to the last drop. 'fennsylvsnla crude oil reload to perfection. tana-waao- r,.i My0 Is sere lawortaat la n bride-sTraos- Tour dealer baa SOUTH Oil fa barrels direct steam tw CoiU no more tbta tat kind tavtt MOMBr tyee. eaves WOiUCi-tav- M works. a, ."j Children Cry CAST.ORIA I ck.caaHC1 ii ,M . aTWatry at .tww sen xne wtrrea, . Kar.l lT, ; it. Cars" we?-,,-!- and fourth Saturday t.lgl .3 In each month. Lesllo Ht met , council Commander; W. C. v a Jnci', Clerk. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T M., mtets every first arid third Friday nights In each month. Mm. Attyo Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meets overy third Saturday night In each month. John T.. Mooro High Priest; W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National Officers Presldont, Ira M. J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. President, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Secretary ft Treas., H. G. Tank, Wau-saWis. State Officers President, J. II. Mc- -. 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Sub-- 1 uiatwrt. Oulr V mimt im.nimrni;i,imi,iiitt,M,w acrlptlnriianioiifMtir friend, fcmrifa rrainiuai Cuulotu and Caati IViatt Obm, -- jxQitosms$$&!?" - "vmag. ha BBBBBBBBBSBBsflhl i 'i " ' mmmmkm rWF&?" r i Kc31 i. CASTORIA am.ii:i For Infanta and Children. M GOOD Rales Governing Pony Contest. 1. Any boy or girl not over the age of 1C years, living In Ohio county, may enter the contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, 1913, and shall closo on Saturday June 2S, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will be printed In The Hartford Republican for the first four weeks of the contest. These coupons when properly filled out may be voted by an) one for any contestant. To bo complete they must Include the border. To bo counted they must be brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before the date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants will be furnished with receipts to be given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many sample copies of The Republican as desired. 4. Special voting coupons will be Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can bo voted at any time during the contest. The number of votes indicated will In no manner be changed during the progress of the contest. The Kind You Have ALCOHOL 3 PC many women endors A man cannot understand the torture and If the majority ol men suffered oi much pain and sndurcd wittl uncomplainingly. weakening sicknesses thct most women dc, they would dslc for patience the " lmcudiat:, sympathy and look lor a quick Many vtomen have been saved Irom a Ills ot misery ani veering by turninf a remedy which is safa to the right remedy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to take because containing no narcotics, alcohol or injurious Ingredients. It is an alterative extract of roots, made with pure gl)crin, and first given' to the publit? by that famous specialist in the diseases of women Dr. R. V. Pierce, of iba Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute of Du2alo, N. Y. WOMEN TAKE NOTICE! lufferinff, cri, iimJ Always Bought Bears the Signature of HOUSE FOR THE FOWLS ( slm aitogifcFoodanilRctf lingUicSiomadisaalBowlsif o?F M.13. j i u j J(73mwa r noL-iv- w C Hi - Should Havs Southern Front ant Yardi May Be Laid Off for Individual Pent If Desired. A good poultry house may be bulU after plant shown In the drawing. Such a ho. iso may be made any length nd partioned Into desired breeding pens, 16 feet deep, which six-fo- Mr. Lrczin M. 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The house should front south and SCHEDULE OP VOTES FOR ytrds may be laid off for the use of One year ,.,'. .... $1.00.... 200 votes Two years 2.00.... COO votes Three years 3.00.... 1,000 votes J flf Four years 4.00.... 1,400 votes Five years 5.00.... 2,000 votes 6. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their Immediate family, may enter the conGood for Several Uses. test. C. Votes can not be bought, and pens if desired. This kind Individual once issued to, or cast for, any conof house is also suitable for raising testant, may not be transferred to early hatched chicks. ' The upper windows are hinged so another. AH subscriptions secured together with the they may be swung open at any de- by contestants, sired angle or to be hooked up aB money for same, are the property of the weather demands. The lowor The Hartford Republican and must be mesh turned into this office. Subscriptions front Is covered with one-incwire and a drop canvas or windows taken In the name of one contestant may be used. The window should be hung so as to swing in at any desired may not be transferred to another angle. Rootta are placed along the in any manner, but must be turned north wall. A single roost running In to this office and counted for the the length of the building and set one in whose name they were seout two feet from the north Wall, may cured. Any contestant dropping out be made to Berve the purpose. of the contest will lose the votes A roost shield for cold weather can oast for them. be made of a frame the length of the 7. Contestants, or their friends, roosts and two feet wide, to be covtop and need not tell anybody anything about ered with sound burlap on sides. Place this frame six inches their otes; It they do, they must above the birds' heads and let the tell the truth or they will be ruled burlap hang a foot below the roosts. out of the contest. 8. No subscription may be taken This frame should be drawn up out of the way each morning. for more thaMtHve years in advance, If nests are place low enough not but In addition an old subscriber may many hens will lay on the floor and it pay all arrears owing and votes will 1b often considered better still to place be issued accordingly, thus, say for them right on the floor. A screen made of burlap so It will almost hide ja total of seven years: 2 years nr-- t the nests make them more atractlve rears 600 votes, 5 years in odvance 2,000votes, total 2,500 votes. to the hens and helps to prevent . 9. Voting coupons and subscriptions must be sent direct to the Con 'SULPHURING' THE HEN HOUSE! test Editor. Money sent by mall must be registered, money order or check, Job 8hould Be Performed at Least otherwise The Hartford Republican Once Every Month Flrtt' Rewill not be held responsible for it move All Combustibles. in any way. 10. Votes can be secured only by sulphur In a poultry bouse To burn first retnpve all combustible matter. the means set forth In these rules. 11. No contestant will receive any Then put an old iron kettle Into a dlshpan and place on four bricks in aid from The Hartford Republcian the middle of the house. In the ket- about any contestant's vote. No count tle put some cobs which have been of the votes will be made at any soaked In a solution of one part of pine tar to four parts of kerosene, time, until the final count, when the sprinkle the sulphur over the cobs winners will be announced. The ballot box will be in plain view in and set on fire. Be sure to have everything arranged this office. The box will be securely so as to beat a hasty retreat from locked and the key deposited at the the room and close the door quickly Bank of Hartford until time for fias the sulphur fumes are suffocating. nal count. Sulphur burned In this manner will 13. The contestant, boy or girl, penetrate every crevice as well as covering the surface and aids won- who receives the highest number of derfully In purifying the building and votes will receive a first class, gentle and well broken Shetland Pony toin destroying poultry vermin. One pint of turpentine may be add gether with a full set of harness ed to the halt gallon of kerosene as and a pony buggy and will be given well as the pine tar with beneficial to the winner after count is made. results. Once a month is none too The contestant, boy or girl who reoften to burn sulphur in every poultry ceives the second highest vote will house. receive a $30. bicycle; if boy Is winner, a boy's bicycle and if girl Is winner, a girl's bicycle. The contestant, boy or girl, who receives the third highest ote will receive a $15 gold watch. 14. Three competent and impartial Never breed from immuature stock. Judges will be selected to count the Ground bone la great for laying votes on hour tho contest closes. 15. All contestants, by entering hens. The first symptoms of roup swol- this contest, bind themselves to ac len eyes. cept and abide by the foregoing Dampness and chilling mean sure rules. death to chicks. 16. The publishers of The Hart Do not allow the fowls to be exposed ford Republican shall at all times to the strong winds. eggs are a' sign of lack be willing and glad to furnish any In formation In regard to the contest. of lime or of 17. The hour of closing the con Scrub hens kept by scrub poultry-me- n make a bad combination, test wU be announced by publicaSifted ashes scattered under the tion In tho Issue of tho week pre roosts make an excellent absorbent ceding the closo. Try hard never to catch a hen by - eSVwaSSawaw. the wing or feathers; grab her by Lame back Is usually caused by the legs. A little granulated charcoal mixed rheumatism of the muscles of the la the soft feed Is excellent In cases back, for, which you will find nothing of diarrhoea. better than Chamberlain's Liniment If there are cracks In the walls of the houses, the chilly winds are sure For sale by all dealers. There never was a time when peo to sreata a- - draft The best way to run an Incubator ple appreciate the real merits of at to follow the directions that come Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more with the machine. than now. This Is shown by the In The hea that will not scratch for crease in sales and voluntary testiher living Is too lazy to make you a monials from persons who have prolt as a layer. by It. If you or your chll-dre- a Leghorns make poor sitters. Bet- been cured are troubled with a ceugh or ter not trust the eggs to them. They are' better layers sad forsfsrs thaa cold give It a trial and become ac quainted' with Its good qualities. 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J X - lNoteheads Envelopes Statements Cards And 1 X x other printed forms are given X X In The Republican Job Department. t 1 prec Soft-shelle- d over-feedin- mm You Need a Tonic There are tirrjes in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardul is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which- - act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Gardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel, as well and as strong as I ever did. evi can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thomands. IIIII rvstiT- - dustrlcs, but It repudiate a' policy which has .been common to'sUts and local communities In the United SCHOOr. SUPERINTENDF.N '. States from tlmo Immemorial. EveryFOR REPRESENTATIVE. Baseball News. where municipal governments, lawWe are "Wo are authorised to announco N. authorized to announce making bodice and taxing powers go B. WHITE,' of Olaton precinct, as HENRY LEACH as a candidate for as far as they can to encourage nianu a candidate for the Republican nom- the Republican nomination for Counfacturlng, by donating sites and reof Ohio ination for mombcr' of 'tho 'Hotiso of ty School Superintendent lief from taxation, In order t proateprcecntatlrcsV from Ohio county, county. General Primary Ejection Hartford ball team waB In hard mote tho general welfare and prossubject to tho General Primary Elec Sat. August 2, 1913. luck last Saturday when they play- perity of the community. Doylet- tion, Sat, August 2, 1913. ed against Taylor Mines at this town (Pa.) Intelligencer. We are authorized to announce place. At the wind-u- p tho score was o Wo we authorized to announce W. JOHN W. ODELL, of West Fords-vlll- 13 to 7 In favor of tho visitors. PetSinging Convention. precinct, for the Republican ers, tho Taylor Mines pitcher, was 31. Flpner, of Reaver Dam, Ky., as - nomination for the office of SuperinTho Progressive singing conyfentfon ji candidate for, the Republican nomlIn good shape, although his own (nation for the office of member of the tendent of Schools of Ohio county, team did not know how to count on will bo held tho 3th Sunday lif June, House of Representatives from Ohio subject to the General Primary Elec- him and then Peters hnd good sup- 1913, at Shlnklo Chapel church near Ileda, Ky. AH choirs are Invited to county, subject to the General Pri- tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. port, all through. Qarnctt, pitcher como and help make tho welkin pins-Don- 't mary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. for Hartford, was In very good forget to b.rlng your dinner FOR JAILER. shape, but his supiort was not Rood along with you. Rally for tho conFOR COUNTY JUDGE. many errors were mode by HartWe arc authorized to announce J. and vention. Yours for better singing,. ford. Tho line-u- p was as follows: Wo 'ere authorized to announce W. DUVALL, of Select voting F. P. SALMON, L'tlca. Ky. ss; Rosenblatt, 3d; '2SQ. .MACK COOK, of Arnold vot,as a candidate for the Re- Hartford, Taylor, IiiB precinct,-candidate for tho'Re- - publican nomination for the offL-- of RIckard 2d; Harnett, p; Hunter 1st; IMibUcan nomination for Judge of Jailer of Ohio county. Genera! Pri- Thomas rf; Thorpe, catcher; King, FOK FLETCHER'S If; Iglehart cf. Taylor Mines, Frazler, Ohio County Court. General Primary mary Election Sat. August 2, 19J3 p; Flat c; Plummer 2d; 3d; Peters . .Election Sat. August 2, 1913. Westerfleld cf; Drown ss; C. Taylor We are authorized to announce W. Notice In Bankruptcy. We are authorized to announco M. P. MIDKIFF as a candidate for the 1st; Anient If; LUcs, sub. In Uie District Court of tho United THE SCORE. ."X,. HEAVRIN' as a candidate for Republican nomination for Jailer of States, for the Western District of v the Republican nomination for Coun-'t- y Ohio county. General Primary Elea Hartford .. .. 01130010 0 4 0 3 0 3 2 1 013 Kentucky, Taylor M Owensboro Division, In subject to tlon Sat. August 2, 1913. Judge of Ohio county, bankruptcy. tho General Primary Election, Sat'. In the matter of John B. McDanlel The Hartford boys journeyed to August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce Llvermore Sunday where ,theyv play- a,' bankrupt. On this 22d day of May A. D.. 1913, Olaton, route ed that afternoon against Llvermore, TVe are authorized to announco J. JOHN C. DUGGINS, Hi on considering tho petition of the Hr 1, as a candidate for the Democratic defeating them for tho second time 2L MILES, of Paradise, a candidate aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filthis season, for the Republican nomination for nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. In favor of the score being 8 to r ed on the 21st day of May A. D., 1913 Hartford. RIckard and Ohio county court. General General Primary Election, Sat. Au Judge of Thorpe was the batteny for Hartford. It Is ordered by the court that a Primary Election, Sat. August gust 2, 1913. Many fans from here witnessed the hearing be had upon the same on the 913. J 28th day of Juno A. V., 1913 before game. said court at Federaf Court Hall at We are authorized to announce C. We arc authorized to announce R. Dcanfield got a notion Into their Louisville, Ky., In said district at 10 .11. WEDDING, a candidate for the P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nom- head that they could wullop the o'clock, In the forenoon, or as near' Republican nomination for locals aud accordingly It was tried thereto as practicable, and that noto the office of County Judge of ination for the office of Jailer of out here Wednesday afternoon at tice thereof bo one time In Ohio county, subject to tho General vOhlo county. General Primary Elea newspaper Eclipse Park before a largo crowd, Hartford Republican; Primary Election, Saturday, August ction. Sat. August 2, 1913. In fact the attendance was up to the printed In said district, and that all 2, 1913. . f usual Saturday crowds. Score, Hart- known creditors and other persons In "Wo are authorized to announce L. ford 5; Dcanfield 1. For a long time Interest may appear at said time and We are authorized to announce it certainly looked like It would be place and show cause. If any they "B. TICHENOR of Ky., Hartford, game In favor of tho liir have, why tho prayer of said petitionroute 5, as a candidate for the Demo- JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., a shut-ocratic nomination for the office of as a candidate for the office of Jailer cals, but In the last Inning, with, two er should not be grafted. Witness tho Honorable Wnltei- County Judge of Ohio county, sub- -. of Ohio county, subject to the Gen- men out and two strikes and three feet to tho action of the General eral Primary Election, Saturday, Au balls on the batter,' Barnett grew Evans, Judge of safd Court, and tho wild and the shut-obusiness was seal thereof, at Owensboro, Kentucky, l Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. gust 2 1913. called off, and one score was made in said district, on the 22d day of r'jp"'"" ' by the visitors. Our bojs said after May A. D:, 1913. FOR ASSESSOR. "FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. A. Gl RONALD, Clerk. the game they did not want to treat We are authorized to announce TOM Wc are authorized to announce C. M. E:. DUNN, Deputy Clerk. COX, of Roslne, as a candidate for them too badly. The Locals, all of B. SMITH a candidate for the Repub of- - them, were In dandy shape, and. ev lican nomination for County Attorney . the Republican nomination for the flee of Assessor of Ohio County, sub ery time knew where to land on the of Ohio county. General Primary ject to the General Primary Election, pill. Deanefluld had a good pitcher, Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. who threw like a cannon shooting Saturday August 2, 1913. balls, In fact nearly all of their men "Wc are authorized to announce D. could throw long and hard, but nothto announce We are authorized ing to compare with Jack Thorp's "BAKER RHOADS, of Beater Dam, a DILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct, throwing from home to second. candidate for the Republican nomina- a candidate for the Republican nomiWednesday was as folThe llnu-u- p tion for County Attorney of Ohio nation for Assessor of Ohio county. county. General Primary Election, lows: Deanefleld, Lojd 2d; Phillips General Primary Election Sat. August rf; liowman c; Neel 1st; Heavens JSat. August 2, 1913. 2, 1913. 3d; D. Bowman ss; F- - Bowman cf; Frank Bowman p; W. Phillips If. v Will be ready for carding "vVo are authorized to announce C. We are authorized to announce G. Hartford, Taylor ss; Rosenblatt cf; if. HARNETT a candidate for the WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as a Rickard 3d; Barnett p; King 1st; wool about June 15. Any Republican nomination for County candidate for the Republican nominaIf; Thorpe c; Robertson 2d; General tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio Thomas Attorney of Ohio county. one can begin bringing or Primary Election, Saturday, August county, subject to the General Elec- Tlnsley rf; Hunter, coach. THE SCORE. 2. 1913. tion, Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. Hartford .. .. 21001001 x 5 shipping in at anytime after! Deanefleld .. .. 00000000 I 1 that date. In shipping, al.FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce L. Island Station plays Hartford here B. LONEY as a candidate for the Saturday afternoon. "Wo are authorized to announce C. ways pay freight. Wool will Republican nomination for the ofRockport will play Hartford here fiO. HUNTER, of Hartford.as a candl-ja- e fice of Asessor of Ohio county, sub- Saturday week. be carded and shipped back tor the Republican nomination ;tar the office of County Court Clerk ject to the General Primary Elecas quick as possible. We furcf Ohio Cqunty. General Primary tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. nish grease and card at 7c Election, August 2, 1913. FOR CORONER. per pound. J. F. Overton We are authorized to announce Dr. 'Wc are authorized to announce A. B. RILEY as a candlddate for the will help do the carding. For CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver Dam, Ky., candidate for the Repub- office of Coroner, of Ohio County sub. further information, write or lican nomination for County Court Ject to the action of the Republican party at the General Primary August call on Clerk of Oklo county. General 2, 1913. Eleetlou Sat. August 2, 1913. 2, 1913. pre-clnct a c .Ainouncemeits. eral Primary Election, Sat. Auguit' tew gL'g S&FE HP cs 7-- r " AkMittftTTT "55fc- - -- 'rT MNO I I I sJKMWT WITH ATA J?mfiAW& rvr WMM WEWfLLMKEAHIT &U WHEN U RESOLVED TWAT 5EE OUR STOCK OF GOOD COOPS.' WE Children Cry SELECTED THEM TOR. YoU THEVARE HERE FAIR-PR- KE CAS TO Rl A YE STAND BAdK THEM . or AND 17 -- , EVERYBODY LIKE..S A CERTAIN. AMOUNT APPLAlJE AND APPRECIATION. JHoWN THEM WHEN THEY KNoW THEY HAVE DONE A GOOD THING. WE ARE ALWAY STRYING To MAKE A HIT WITH THE PEOPLE. IN OlR COMMUNITY BY HAVING A NEW, FREJH -- STOCK, AND BY BEING ABLE To GIVE CUSTOMER J JUST WHAT THEY WANX,.ANDBY MAKING GOOD, HONEST PRIBEJ So THAT EVERYONE WHO BUYJ FROM VS WILL Go or ut AWAY WECANDoNoBETTER ADVERTISING THAN. To PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS AND TO GET THEIR CONFIDENCE JATI-5FIED- . AND GOOD WILL. ut CARSON Si CO. INCORPORATED. WOOL Hartford, Kentucky - CARDING . I Prl-.ma- ry FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. "We Are authorized to announce J. We are authorized to announce W. "T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND, route C, Har :?onl, for the Republican nomination H. PIERCE, of 'Roslne precinct, a cfor the office of County Court Clerk candidate for the Republican nomiof Ohio county. General Primary Elec-rtlo- n. nation for Justice of the Peace, RoSat. August 2, 1913. J. W. CHEEK On M. H. &. E. R. R. slne Magisterial District. General Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. Fordsvllla, Near ASKIN, KY. f .TTF71 1 Help the lassies and lads in the great Pony Contest. to Springs district. General Pricounty, subject to tho mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. General Primary Election, Saturday, August 2, 1913. We aro authorized to announce W. M. CHANCELLOR, of Ceralvo pre Wo aro authorized to announce S. cinct, a canddiate for the Republican KEOWN as a candldato for the nomination for Justlco of Peace In Republican nomination for tho tho Contertown District. General of Sheriff of Ohio county, Primary Election, Sat. August 2. 1913. to the General Primary Elec-ttloSat. August 2, 1913. Wo are authorized to announce GEORGK M. MADDOX. Sr.. a can- We are authorized to announce S. dldate for Justice of the Peace In the IS. DENNETT a candldato for the Rockport Magisterial District. GenDemocratic nomination for Sheriff eral Primary ElecUon, Sat. August at Ohio county, subject to the Gen- - 2, 1913. WAS ALWAYS THERE. ford district, General Primary elecTlnsley Is a new member on tho tion Sat. August 2, 1913. Hartford team. He made good Saturday, all right. Keep your oes on vVe are authorized to announco LOI We are authorised to announce htm. He's good stuff. 3M1TH. of Hartford, Route C, as a W1NSON SMITH, of Select precinct, candidate for tho Democratic nom- a candidate for the Republican nomi"Mutt" Hunter did not get In tho ination for tho office of County Caurt nation game Wednesday, but did good coachfor Justice of the Peace of Cterk of Ohio county, subject to the Roslne Magisterial ing on the third base line. District. action of the General Primary, Sat- Primary Election, Sat. August General Mr. R. T. Collins Is the now of2, 1913. urday, August 2, 1913. ficial umpire for Hartford. Ho is an old timer at tho game, and underWo aro authorized to announce J. stands his business. Xo use to quesFOR SHERIFF. A. BOWLING, of Narrows proclnct. a "Vo are authorized to announco S. candldato for the Republican nomina tion his decisions. When made they A. BRATCHER as a candldato for tion for Justice of the Peace, of tho stand, and so does Collins. Judge C. M. Crowe, Marshal Stev"the Republican nomination for Sher- Sulphur We aro authorized to announce SEP. T. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell jireclnct, a candidate for tho Republican nomination for Clerk of Ohio ounty. General Primary Election, Saturday, August 2, 1913. We aro authorized to announce ED SHOWN, of. Beda precinct, a candldato for the Republican nomination for Justice of tho Peace In Hart- TINSLEY It's a good deposit in the ! X INSURANCE We represent the bank of happiness and pays 1000 per cent. t t Security Life Insurance t of Chicago one of the beat companies doing: business to-da- y. Greatest per- iff of Ohio t. of-til- ao Bub-JJe- ct n, ens and "Pete" Caseblor were three fans at the game Saturday who aro always there, rain or shine. Hartford ladles are. as interested In seeing the home team win "as the men. Andrew Glenn Is always on the sldo line, rooting. Henry Nail does good service at office. centage of assets to the liabilities of any company. f We Have Interesting Proposition. An Let us explain it to you. Call or write tho ticket f'T3HBlBHHBBiHUiAv)Br!TAuu:'BniJB W.R.IIEDRICK. - Hartford. A. S. TANNER, - Owensboro. Reverses and Repudiates. The fatal fault with the Democratic Tariff measure Is that It reverees sysnot merely the tem of Protection to American In- long-sustain- fir !Rr W M I ittTVjg)g&tftaHii'iirwi' wwft?g U&iitUHXUMl