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MOONSHINER'S LIFE In Illustrating Jflttrtfatfl ReimbJam DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 47 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913. auto-mobl- cago. Finally, she became an HUte son, Edward Gale, were tho chauffeur and worked In that CUSTOMS RECEIPTS SHOW guests of Mr. Harrison's mother, near capacity for former State Senator I. M. Mali, at Sauncmin, III. Llsh dis- DECREASE OF Mp- - Columbus King, ot Sacramento, WAR VETERAN covered her secret and got her ad- -. APPEARS itua mo b'uvai 01 nis mower, Mrs, mlttcd to the soldier's homo at Sallies King, from Saturday until Sun- ' Qulncy two years ago. Business Interests "Marking day. Superintendent know Mr. Otto Lamb attended church Woman Fought Three Years truth, but said Anderson Now tho Seems Child of Fortune Im- '"V'rS1 nothing. her at Sunnydale Sunday. Time" On Account Of growing feebleness of body and mind awhile, and tho other four men that Miss Lizzlo Moore, Hartford, was In Civil War. mune to Bullets. have made It advisable to send her j got out with mc asperated and I Tariff Agitation. the guest of Mls3es Hattye and Ruth to the State Hospital, where she will havo never seen them. I Just went Weller from Saturday until Monday. havo butter care, and so tho strange j back home toward Etowah, and stay- Life Mr. and Mrs. Noah White, Narrows, Is Full of Mystery Sex Re- story Is rcvealod. Charlie Mdhaffey Roamed Ten- ed around for two or three months. t Wnnhinztnn. Juno 2 Twvwnmnt visited Mrs. White's parents. Mr. She docs not know, however, that roVGmi- from P11RtomH Deputy sheriffs would conic down fn1I and Mrs. Buck Mitchell Sunday, vealed After-Lifeti- me nessee Fearlessly Making tho vorld has learned hoi secret. off more than .6(000,000 there, sometimes they would meet Sunday schools at this place are May durl me" In the road, but I guess they were And her comrades in the home, who as Masquerading. Illicit Whiskey. wUh tho 8ame m(mth progressing nicely, with Mr. A. B. ..are treated her always wlt'i to.ich- - of ,a8t yeari Treaaury ofrlclals at., Westerf ield superintendent of tho afraid of mc, since they didn't try i ing.; kindness and respect, still call trlbut0 to take mc back to Jail. Baptist school and Mr. Ira Day the loM to the perlod of Qulncy, 111., May.29. Of all the war "Aly wife and little boy went back and give no hint that , rev,Blon whlofl ,t ,8 declared( ls intendent of the Methodist, Cattanooga, Tcnn., May 30. Few v.,, . Mrs. John I.amh and win. P.llta. ,.,!- vellow novels havo characters rivaling t0 her father's Rev. W. A Cornette tales veterans will tell on Memorial they understnd. inrnriohiv nhnnxio I roamed around through Day "Ve never suspected that 'Albert ncss interests "marking time" to "Pent the day with her son, Mr. y that of Charles Mahaffey, which he ot Etowah. Jn a thousan,i American cities, n.n i -.--aopiciea i in a umim.g co.ue8a.ou u( fhn tnnnnttnlna In Afnnrno Pmintv. " ". townB and villages, three Is not one ias not a man," si)i Robert Horan. await the advantages of lower duties. Henry Lamb Sunday. ' of Belvidere, one of her old comrades. occasionally when I would be In Tel-Miss Margaret Worthums, Louishis record of crmlcs to a reporter In Total receipts for the month agrre- c,,riff nrt ltco Plains or Madlsonville I would'so strange and so full of I heroism as "But we did think sometimes that gated $50,370,364, or $3,000,000 les3 ville, ls the guest ot her uncle and it,. nrnno,. f have Just she acted more like a woman than a Nw..ort the othur da v. Robin Hood' see the posters tacked up telling the tale of the veteran thn.n MflV. 1012 Whllo tho ovnanrll. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dean at of old and Harvey Logan of recent" about the. rewards for mo. Several visited here in the Illinois Soldiers man. For one thing, she n'wys in- - tureg Qf ,Mt n araounting t0 this writing. r, slstcd on bunking by herself. And uruwu was ... guest limes would have to take off their times while the sheriff or some of Home. iae $!),a&,870, were $5,706,000 greater than "" Albert D. J. Cashier, who fought shQ did lotc of wash'ng for tho his officers would be reading those hoi ot his father, Mr. Lewis Brown near" ..rhriinMn.rrv if- ., tho disbursements of May a year ago. years of to wash our shrits. i ,.,!. posters I .would come up and read through the three hardest h otl- r Despite these differences, the current Hartford, Saturday and Sunday, Civil War. who draws a pension "When the strangeness wore away fiscal year un to of events which finally culminated in them also. As 1 would read about the the date shows a suralus' Mr' Lorenza Acton visited Mr. States, and is a omaae agoodcomrade. She was a of rece,pt8 oyer expendlture8 of 6 Otis Stevens Sunday. his temporary imprisonment In the rewards they would look at me androm tho United wo- - so!Idler with us. doing faithfully and378(975 aa agalnst Hamilton County Jail and a souWe laugh. They all knew who I was. bat member of the G. A. R., is a The people of this community wero a def)clt fof the well, must, they didn't bother about taking me nifln. tn.Ur., o,fnr, h fmm corresponding period of last year of very glad to see the rain which fell 'in. Tho fact Ih. those Monroe Countv i Her life is full of mystery. Her THE OTHER WOMAN SOLDIER. . .1 W4V ajrvnu jvui Mill i i .1... iai ,i.. j i $6,462,136. The general fund contains Sunday night. Although it was not sex has Just been revealed, after a n rl t?vttnn1l In (kn nnlit (iinn-in- . offclers aro all my friends. prlaon at Atlanta, then return to TeH "" $133,977,282. Including $61,320,914 as a yery good season many farmers I, V7 "1 WOS dOWH at BlUe RldgO last lifetime of masquerading, and she besides Cashier," known nnuuu, for i.lo.in montho nn.l tu'nn. were busy setting their tobacco, Monn.f.itt-m- . a and stayed there until Tom Is ending her days unaware tliat her have served in the Civil War. days in the County Jail of be reduced by $10,000,000 by the de- day. When her husband, Robert Brown-e- li posit of (Curtis got me. I completely surrend- - secret is known. llradley County. that additional amount In the Master Griffith and Donald Mltch- 1 had expected to meet an Amazon, of Central Falls, R. I., enlist of- - ered, for my conscience worried mel The Federal Government had national banks. The gold coin and e11 have whooping cough, A woman who had fought in the ed during their honeymoon, she In- fcrcd $100 for Mnhaffcy's arrest since every time I thought about them bullion in the trust funds of the Mr. death grapple of a nation and had slsted on going along. The Governor WILClAMS MINES. No- - holng on the lookout for me. ho led a Jail delivery at Athens. Trca3Ury amount lo $1o79.407,169, and -- "" - .. ""-- " SO nice mat -., ""," vnmhor 10. Shorlff HlvonH of MnMlnn Curtis salU I acteu The protracted meeting broke at p . . .. ne."" a century should be big, strong of thp State escorted her to Washington and got permission for her 659t034 County added $25 to the Govern - , woum give mo iu 01 tnai rewaro. half The outstandlng circulation th'3 Place Sunday there being uev- and masculine. inent's reward, all of which was claim hut I'm not. going to take it." "'"" ""'" ""-"-w"t 7,485 national banks amounts, eral new aau.uons to uio cnurcn 7 And when 1 entered her hospital clothes and never handled a gun. She of the Mahaffey asked for sow writing A very sad accident occured to .the od by Tom Curtis, an amateur de to $733,754,815. ' Paper, saying that he waned to vrlte ward there rose and came to meet me. carried a light saber nad a revolver, people of this place last Saturday teotlve of Uluo Ridge, Ga., a few days ago, when Mahaffey was snared t0 his wife, then he reopened his in her faded soldier's uniform, Just and became an expert shot. She was Met(jalf tQ Get Thatcher's Place. night when Henry RIsenger coming a little frail, sweet-faceold lady, wounded at Bull Run. On long marchfrom Centra City to McHenry supinto the crli. of the law. He was trl- - story: more enduranea than' Washington, June 2. Tho identity posed to have slipped between the "You see. I happened to be the ho might bo anybody's grandmother. es shn show-Pcd and con cited In Federal Court was so little and so gentle! She tho men. After the war she -- was of the "Western Democrat," whom cars .and was killed, his remains for Illicit sale of ll'tuor and resisting youngest child in a large family. I She was inv mother's not. her babv. andiculd wall; under the leveled arm granted a pneslon by special act of offlclal circles have understood for in the Williams Cemetery sentences nnvst. the aggregate any soldier in the Home. Congress. several aays is to succeea .Mr. .M. w. Sunday amounting to exactly two years in when I did wrong, when I shirked of almost afternoon at V'llllams Mines,' Thatcher as Governor of Panama, I Most of them were giants beside her. Ky. confinement of a man who has spent my work, she would Intert.ie and ..... .. . was made known- - today. He ls R. If she was ever five feet two, age I11V lal ICr irom wnill l.llg Hie. III- - 111.. In thn WWem Ion v..,. pi .f thn 1n Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rowe and famDROP TAKEN IN L. Metealf, of Lincoln, Neb., editor father died v.h.n I was 1.1 years and toll had shriveled her figure and y ily of McHenry visited her parents, mountainous parts of Polk and of the Commoner. decided bent her shoulders till she belies her was Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Waddell ot East M!.m counties. In Western North . oU. and then STOCK MARKET Lr alJlnJnr. aok.!,d -Georgia, llv that I would live the i.aianco of my , record Hartford the latter part of last week, Carolina, and Northern was timid and her Her hand-clasJudge Taylor who haa beon etck ing as flee as tho eagles and birds life without working but i liked of Gov. Thomas Metoalf, of Kenmoney, so got into ...c whiskey busi- hand was delicate and small. Her for some time ls improving slowly. . i of tho forest us they flew around his tucky, and the office for which Mr. '"Vcabln and nested along the paths to ness In the mountain,! I ot along brown hair had whitened. Her eyes All Shares Weaken Under Heavy Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Llnsey and litMetcalf is being considered pays $14,-00- 0 a secluded cove un- fine while 1 was out of Jail, for they wero a faded blue. And her face was his stillhouso in year. When definite announce- tle son, Slras, are visiting relatives a Selling and Prices Reached in Broadway. known to tho revenue officers, who, got me into Jail several times. I a face for a painter to dwell on. ment of the name of the appointee Half a century of sun and wind Mrs. Oscar Ashby and daughter, suspecting him, patrolled his neigh have had a lively time, yet you see will come and when he ls to replace Low Ebb. Bessie of Central Grove spent Wedborhood, but were deluded until one j how yuung I am jus,t now 'JJ jtars had bronzed that face, sowed It with Mr. Thatcher is not yet known. ' freckles and seamed It with a thousnesday with Mr. J. F. Rowe and day lato last summer then his story old. "Oh, If my mother had Just allow- and wrinkles. The razor, had helped family. begun. Estray. New York, June 2. After a week Mrs. Gilbert Johnston and chlWren "Marshal Welch and two deputies, ed my father to whip me and make her disguise and had coaxed forth of steadily falling prices the stock ' I have taken up and posted as an spent Sunday a film of beard. But there was no with Mr. H. W. Wadarmed with regulation army rifles, me work like the other boys!" Mahaffey is a splendid looking touch of coarseness. It was a sweet, ; market broke badly today. Under the estray one bay mare about 16 hands dell and family ot East Hartford. surprised us mo and one companion pressure of successive waves of sell-- j high, mane sheared and is shod all Miss Kathryn Rowe attended tho and when wo retreated to the cabin young man, a typical mountaineer, kindly, pathetic face, compelling af- lng quotations were, In many cases, ' around. Came into my possession commencement at Hartford last Monthey opened up with a severe fire. but, ah Deputy Sheriff Newport says, fection and respect. And this frail, little woman had borne down to the lowest points of May 31, 1913, Can be recovered by day night. "h lias a mean eye." 1 had been drinking pretty freely and Just lived, dared and done a man's the year. Canadian Pacific was weak owner paying all expenses. Miss Vlora and Anna Lee Taylor caro what I did, so returned didn't ' It ASA HAYCRAFT, ReOUbHcanS On Record for I. & R. wrk In the world. Her tiny feet to the point of demoralization. have been attending the commencethe bombardment with my pistol. dropped twelve points to 214' a 4 mile north of Horse Branch. ment at Hartford. "All tills happened near Cog Hill ' Topeka, Kan., June 3. .With but had tromped In line of march, nearly decline ,of twenty-tw- o points since 10,000 mies. Her delcate shoulders and Stars mountain. Since the cabin few men who havo attained promiono week ago today. Union Pacific, NARROWS. Declines Honor. was only - foot in length and breadt nence In the Progressive praty pre- had been burdened with half her Lehigh Valley, Reading, PennsylvaHer little Sir. John Greer, Whltesville, Is and tho officers were close by and us- sent, the State Republican harmony weight of equipment. Washington, D.C., June 2. Reprenia, Amalgamated Copper and other visiting his daughter, Mrs. Margaret sentative Ben Johnson today confirming cartridges of strong penetration, conference with 500 delegates wont hands had dus trenches, laid rails and welldcd guns. She had shared prominent stocks broke two to four Powers, this week. wo were hi very dangerous quarters. oa record today In favor of the In- ed the predictions of his friends that points. Mrs. Ruth Renfrew and children he will not serve as charlman of the Tho shot fairly hailed through the illntlvn and referendum, azainst Com- - the soldier's lot In camp, on sentry The St. Louis and San Francisco spent several days this week with Democratic Congressional Committee, walls, tearing holes in the logs that mlsson form of government for the' du'y- - n "Ivouac and line of battle, She had built and guardod a rail receivership and tho latest plans relatives near Olaton. I could put my head In. following resoto which important office, ho could Stato and passed tbo supreme court's for carrying out the Mr. John H. Thomas, Stanley, vis- be unanimously elected with the or"Tho fellow In there with mo got lution indorsing the national Repub- road in the advance on Memphis. She decreo for dissolution of the Hani-ma- n n had been through the battle of frightened, and taking off his Bhlrt, lican harmony movement: ited his family Saturday and Sun- ganization meeting lines disturbed the market last when her company was nearly day. dashed out the door, waiving to the "Wo Indorse the 'I don't want the chairmanship and . one ..au uWu pureuo week and pessimism was increased move- - a.u..u..uw.-uMrs. Salllo Harrison and little never have," said Mr. Johnson thi jrevcnuo men that ho surrendered. La today by weakness of foreign markets "Seventy-seve- n charges of buckshott ment to harmonizo the factions whoso Hood's defeated army to Tennessee, daughter, Elizabeth, wero called to morning. and heavy selling here by European wero fired Into that cabin where I discussions occasioned tho defeat ot j s'e had tolled in the swamps against the bedside of her brother, Mr. Jas. "To take It up would mean to add exi, .,npv i mi-- . nn,i uo Gen. Johnston's Confederates, and holders of American stocks. The Wilson, of Frledaland, Wednesday. was nuaartered, teaarlng up every- I..D n..,.i.iiP-,-n ,.- -., burdens onto shoulders already bend"" VfUU.wU.. treme weakness ot Canadian Pacific Mrs. J. H. Thomas and children ing under the onerous duties of the thing, completely demolishing tho sincerely promise that there shall be triumphed with Grant amid the was due primarily to a slump of nine thunders of VIcksburg. I no prescription or blacklisting of Reare visiting her father, Mr. Noble Committee of the District of Columbia. .dishes on a table where we ate. She had taken part In the siege points in London last week over Bean, Sulphur Springs. Wouldn't lay down and be protected publicans on account of the differIt would simply mean my breaking of Natchez, tho battles of Kenesaw tho holiday period here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walker, Horse down under tho strain, and I cananywhere, and yet bo ablo to shoot, ences which culminated at tho last Chattahoochlo v River. Mountain, Branch, spent Sunday with their not accept the congressional chairand as 1 stool In the center of the goneral eloction Notice. Jonesboro and Lovojoy. Station. She" past my mother, Mrs. Margaret Powers. room, big buckshot whizzed manship." Amonc tho Progressives presont Notice. Mr. Emmet Willis, Owensboro, vishead, my shoulders between my arms wero two Roosevelt delegates to tho had been In the battering campaigns Seyeral weoks ago this attitude E. Steck Committee The A. S. ot Chicago convention and fifteen wo- - against. Price in Arkansas and Mlss- will ship stock from Beaver Dam ited his parents the first of the on tho part ot Mr. Johnson towar and body, between my legs. isslppi, and Hood in Alabama, and week. "Several times 1 was hit in the ,nn the chairmanship was described In Juno 28. All thoso having stock to camMrs. Will Park, who has been sick these dispatches, his trends then sayback, but that didn't bother me. I A white dovo was liberated Just as with Sherman in his Atlanta ship will please notify tho Committee. for several days Is much Improved. ing that Mr. Johnson would inform wasn't afraid, for I am lucky and tho conference was called and flutter- paign, where one soldier out of three H. T. PORTER, was killed and had followed him In Mrs. Estll Willis, is tho guest of the Congressional Committee, ot which ed above tho heads of the delegates. don't get hurt. S. L. STEVENS, his devastlng march to the sea. charges her brother, Mr. Lr B. Lawlace, this he ls a member, that he must decline "After tho seventy-seve- n L. B. TICHENOR, CLEAR "RUN. Her Ufo is a mystery. She was week. the leadership of the 1914 campaign. of shot had been fried Into the cabin Committee. y Juno 3. Rov. Tlchenor ot Center- - born In Ireland on Christmas Day, 47t3. Rev. Demonbreen, Fordsvllle, fillwhat His intimates repeat so that daylight was coming (through ed his regular appointment here, they said then, that e since a great all around, 1 flung tho door open, and town, filled his regular appointment 1844. She is said to havo coino to Pony Contestants. etowo-waSunday and Sunday night. senatorial campaign is to be waged as I surrendered Mr. Welch fired at the Clear Run Baptist Church last America In boy's clothes as a Soon afterward she entered the LEWIS GRAY BROWN, Hartford. mo, but It Saturday and Sunday. Miss Isabella Thomas went to before the people ot the North and another charge of shot at array. Perhaps there was a shattered OSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford Mrs. G ratio Meadows, of Owens Fordsvllle, Tuesday. West the Kentucklan favors the sedidn't hurt. I broke out of boro, ls spending a few days with her , romance nobody knows and her lips MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. Miss Mabel Gray, who was milliner lection of, a Northern chairman. imi toll nniv how TULA C. KING, route 2, Hartford. sealed. for Loyal Bros., during the season, the Athens Jail, for they put mo In relatives here this week. my Evan her name is unknown. She WILLIE FORD, Horso Branch. ,to Mrs. Nora Leo Troaden. of Owens- has returned her home In fp WMWWVp ?C Marriage License. 114V.V IUI .hnntini' hack from .' Caneyville. thoy arrested mo. The boro, will Arrive this afternoon to do has called herself "Albert Cashier," RUBY NEAL FAUGHT Contertown. cabin before J. A. Lake, Centertown, and Pearl DAVID SMITH, McHenry. IdenPulllam, Narrows. truth of It was that a negro did tho tho guest ot relatives and friends for but all attempts to trace her DUNDEE. VICTOR OLLER, Fordsvllle. tity havo tailed. sawing and chiseling, on thoso bolts, a week. Estel E. Peach, route 1 Hartford, GAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. Juno 6. Rev. Jarnagon, of Beaver She enlisted August 6, 1862 at Mr. C. W. Trogdon and family, Mr. and when ha got them loose we got and Irene Hale, Fordsvllle. RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. Dam, filled his regular appointment of tho Oscar Taylor, and Minnie Maddox, a steel bar and made every man Thomas Murray and wife, Mr. and Ninety-fift- h III., In Company G,was dis- RUSSELL EARP, lloslne. Infantry, and at this place Saturday and Sunday. Simmons, Ky, that part ot tho Jail help pry off Mrs. Jess Taylor and Mrs. Emma jn 1865. She did BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. 17 Mrs. Mario Longford and children August two small steel plates. It sure was Hoover were tha guests ot Mr. Max charged Lee, Marie and Rubx of Mollenry are A spalned ankle may as a rule bo farm work for two or three years at OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. hard work, but I had my eye on the Murray and family Sunday. The ELLIS KING, Hartford. the guests of her parents1 Mr. and cured in from three to four days by1 then disappeared. Miss Eva Gay Murray, ot Danville, Belvidere, we knew the sheriff was room where KARL HOOVER. Hartford. Mrs. Henry Cunimlngs at this writ- applying Chamberlain's Liniment and want-to- d Ky., will arrive the 6th to spend her next forty years are her own sceret. while he was eating supper I ing. observing the directions with each vacation with her parents ,Mr. and She la thought to have worked in a MYRTIE ASHLEY, R. 4.. Hartford. aim." to watch Mr. and Mrs. Ella Harrison and bottle. For-salby all deaers. ' 'factory somewhere, probably in Chl- - LARKIN GRIFFIN, HartXerd. He measured off a space on the Mrs. Max Murray. bars between h!m and tho reporter the size of the hole through which tho escapo was made. I "Yea, It Is about 10 Inches each ' CHARMED1; ho continued, "and I was afraid couldn't get out. A negro got out first, and one on tho Inside pushed REMARKABLE lo $6,000,000, T. 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Vr c : v9 1 sik's i-- '. t - iTtttr ii : ct4 1 i;;---Lt-i t. r9-- t t iF-itrt- iii iit -- tii - 1 nre --- "Via vbtei: f tc 'ty ret ret iiibotK-iii ty is--ri-w-- i iss -- ii bif iei- rcsui r-- st is ebtsct It s ir ii Ji ii 1 LOUISVILLE HERALD Enjoys the largest circulation in Ken tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. 1 rC-: t t- -i iaci -te titit-iJ- Kiv5. - fcr Ke-sc---- ti--'r-i- liiTereit rii? iry? tfter tie "VTiu is tryite-- ti i i KroT-t- cf -- -; bc-- fill e? cf '- 1 .! tt-" .. v- - JteOX fc-J- ii -- gi : ti 'ikt-- r tec Ti-- . ' Tt2-te ti?-'f.-- it '' iiStAO t. EBTaiaTaTbV " iii c-- i r.t-- & riir-ii--E- tit -. iz sy jr-" ra ; a ia a V it rit Vi SoJE. .. ttSt v:'i y tpMias-- i ft? &! ii Ai; t !.- - er ;.. --i-- Ihc. f&e t i-- 4 Xisj r -- Vr TUi : r t..rr v -- i. -- ' Mi ti-r-.'- tr- -- r . c ,j,r jJJt.f fr.. a of tifey tbet- - ii loir rcii iiJ ri.iUcJ-)- i rTi Pay rcai txr tbey ire i ir curt cf tie ii eiii iii lt tii iciK-- i i iosi y i iii :i. He sbscif te--r tir socti-Y- r Ur a st-:-- 7 iib nti iH tie tirre. Tiey f tzl3. iif Ci.ta.re I5i V" Y: ti. is-- i ii. cr eicitit ill ti ---- iii rii-r-- -; 1 t-- Jt rt. tia i --. ri ii vbo iiTe ti cf oflc e2ei--5- t. froi kt-t- ? rcti -. tie ti roii rCl tier ficr A rtii5-- cr :"rtiet. cet -- itiiy it-t rco-- -- r- y - e -- ti-r- - Ci-tT- -i wfi-- t I 5tit-s-I- NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS marfcei i- - - tir ieitir 4 t Itif ti i4-i- Tfc ft:-- . - -fo-t-- tfi 'iroi-- xi jci-- j -- ies I3-t- - fr ittrttiTiy cf refeT--- i nUr-e- iisi U tire i FOR MORE IMPROVED e ROADS Reniere--a Uutr. Valuitle Aulru.-c-t fc Off ef Pur-HRsaii Pe- lj-jt- Herald's special features make Besides giving the public the most reliable reports as well as general news. The pre-emine- nt -- . ts - - -- anno o5w"t i-K-- tf4 n. tk-- r tenui'-r ! xlM : ii iii "Jk Ts; K Vrsi! t3Cfifei oyU- - Nev 1. :- iii lc tirir itiOOii rT Micifeii Yort- f iy le ire tie Liie i-s --i Prv:U c-ie! Wait-- -. so-iti- e-i L-- t.;-ftta.- -- Tu sjj -- N iNt'.tri Yr'. iti - A'MtleiJ ?t :: -- CiiCA?o . tfi-c- i J.-4- e -- r. ie irf ti.-.- uj i tii St. . ti-- Ici i Uvie-votrt3-zv- tie S -- Miiy of tie trio-iS-i- iisi-ri- y ii-s-- s mU-r-n- "It I-- '.i- is ta Trt .j. .atv-. iui-i-'i ! r u3ls? ,' if ts- - j'.vt J a r lr ?rty. ? t; . xi : -CHA-TAL3r.- 1 2:eu -i -i svic-- . SfJfciir. M-- -- -- -. UjV2. t-i. wasii 1 tiry eSw-c- n y-- li'...iit-o- Tatr f-- tir y- it -t 'k-- r kv- -l j- ;- rt?itly v A f- ina?. iii i.? .ii ioi- - .! r4-;aj o Xs ti- -t :-; :ni! L'. . LAE t- ULSCAU-LO'.G- . Y. Vy troCty i;-Jiti- KiyTille uii tie n:':ii Pre, tie ny t ti-oe- li sUt' is tic ti ?iii.T-i-(i- iPituicr-- ; Jir---t"--- -i 3cTiio ri tit ! ter-atii- ls Ciisti-t-- t U r l-i- t. iii t. u----: - iU ti .i S-i-- i '.-- (-; Ir Tot? Cii-Ki----ii w jvz s-- tti tiii aix fi Lat t.-- -; - .s;---.- .t -- Ai II K -&6--i--. Ha4rt4t U i:'.t:5 "iti ta oct4-- r vi is4 '"i.-;i-;--!- tit softi It "ii. ii i.iiit tf u tt iirj-ri- ; -y zs-sV- ;t ti- - lir;-i- t ti-tilt ni:'n ii iti.i ;ry of lis Weu tti Ssti esjoy ti.9-:- fct triii: Ciita.?c. 5l iii Ciidi-iicurit IK bus :i tie cixi ire tit fiK-- traiiJ t ; Tiici fifr. iii i tie Vrt AJ of e. ; tit ti iii a t af Tie c - -- ati 1- to trsit -i --j ti of tie c of tie roid rt tie dejarttieit cf e iii cf tie ofice t3 tie diti tii stiti-ticf of sbbe rotdi irr it tie dt;-i- ! tie iei"lit-:r- -. of tie ofic cf Ii tie !it d ftite-- i tilt it tie it f lH-- . i H ir oeit. of tie do r&idi ia tie Uiited Stite ;roTed1 aii ii tie Tii rt i toul read tzileise isproTed for tie cf lit cr tie r ceii, cr. ii tier roidi hit i ceatrire ci s er-:-s- rtited iiTe bei jre-are- -i si-i-r ii Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now running serially in the Herald entitled: anions -- Ob Board the Good Ship Earth i r-- re t- -- re-i- all who subscribe now. Back numbers of these articles free on request to iTt-ye- ar -r- oe-ds. -- ed d lis-i- itr-oi-f t. to duriit tila period r ceat. rc-cil- fro-- 7JI I The Louisv ile Daiy AND H erad S.-- i ;..--..i w -r Ttirtyf-'-tl-- r t ir-"-- iry-rber- -r tt.-ri- tie-i- e r - U! cRait .s i ts-u:. iz i- -l t-Xzi. 7 rv-.it- i-- lilt:-ar- y ixyzzvt A j:t! -- titt. iy r,- cir, jC i-- ,4 ie tJiJ-rtfo-ii- i: ic-- n tJts.t-oC l orirr tor ti U itraiiri iid 3Gr -- oJ rU.x.i-tio- tiii 1 ri-it i iy orr -- -i cr.t diy tti J of ti-- j t lit truri tto it tie iti ?tj ibTt tsd icriis tiex.-ri.s-it- er s iice-- i Ttry er hot-r-ti- tie tir-- ? years tiii iiTe elaed iliee tiea. it U of roadi tiit tie la y .Tirity o! it xr. 2 tlsa tti4-r- r tad - . jt f'irifvsii'.-!-yoa riti PtriicrTe. Ttt tttiss ti om oi 4o wo wrio-- Uyi. for et ittitx-- Jit t&-tf- cr r.tfiiit, tT ti iiiis ITOp-llf4Tifl yvs i;i s -- a il;?itly Urj-- Lti y: a-- J jo at. -- :j.c. tItH iica tii oata vio tie ibei4ka of ii worW--- "-t? or rat ". u 3 -- JsMrrMt 'r-tiii iUri A ti of Cii-;-!-;-- ii-.- ii socM be reacaeo. u u for tie fwr liit-s-.e- aUUoa of doflirt --rodd be MTed ia 11 s, ue'rea suU. taier licir , tiia EttiUy ta tie of crop. tisstii for if p.t.---- ; of ii In-dcrsble tie Ure Oie i- iad Te iv .a- - aid tear ca ior eii-t- t iit!y tfo---j-- i orr. o--l 5C-- i ets it fsr rettrs hfclea. aid la tie of tie' toes oii:b!. toirl tfiii . s tilny diyi ire irtilible frcra vtatc la treek firssla-- Wiere rcada t t Jr&fi s. Ut-- i Lo-jiJ-C'.iCiiiti. LosU-rtil- arc bid. tie far-se-ra Aid it CiK4o. Sl e s.J i bu ft:c ETiis-llCii4 Ctiro. UOi iapoe'ible to set their prodacu to rt ii--i --ritr tare tils i.a r U is tccti-er- a the ahipplas polaU aid thtu perUa-ah- le the t-to Tie ti-i- e lov Ure- --- tie raH-o- il territory fiH doibt!ei fci low U prodecu are-- --raau-i. percepUUy 1 -tie teuoi ticreaati tie cottt rf c. rcettfe riy cf zy fUier-iii- nti titkeu ii ti r r--iit Aiy to. Scss fi;rit iiiLakes tctii Creit itturj rr-!iict:-:, pcciii cf U tie lit ex--- - ticket etit or :far Eiti tie trj? ! Cii-:u-- "Mt it-T- L-- ie Ft-c- -. Ciicls- - ell in gcae close beyoad to 10 oiiibly --- ti-i- Ciit:-ti-f--- ii frc i-- Cici"-it-er i o tiac-- i 1 1 bozrs. -- -i little oxer tes i bttle oxer felie tiit hih--i- y a-- ca if ii eici cliwiy beii: -- 'ere -- er iad er ceat. It U per ceat. of tie S The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only No subscription can bo taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city whoro that paper is delivered lv carrier. elected Ti-i-- ty !i tiii biiy u eti r obtiiit--i frcr teiriy cis. Tiee iicicie rip Je ---it, Denis tie teiv-- i lo erery eSdeicy -- ritei riti a Tiew to triiTic it ii-iw- ay ii iiji i--- tie propof-ioa-t- iadu of dere-- e -c r iii u oer ma !u Sciii ic-vk- e. Subscribe Now Subscribe Now lvvv i-c- -: Li j This offer is'nooH .v.- .... uays . j oniy. ! v purpose In Instituting tho suit, ho Strawhffrrles In Warren CotintV. .consequence. Wc arc only stating . fft- - Uut we muiit remark that the ROOSEVELT IS said: n..n i'IM " v,w UltL'ilf mv "I wish once for all during my pic in Bowling Green realize tho , -- larwer s gelling nis cany in uic ri e , to deal with tlicso slander- - menslty am! tho Imporuinoo of the , . , ... . , . Moines c iipluil. crs bo that nover again will It ho ' Mr for any man In good faith j possible ,,ro. parms for Sale and Oil Leases tO 49 Q, noUllng that Warrc 10 rejieui meiii. mon- -. duces wheh Is brlncinc in more ? r LCt. Hero recess was taken and the tho county !& Waives Heavier Amount spectators and witnesses relieved ey and giving an agriculturala better i have several farms for sale, with ? i center reputation ns excited nerves by discussing 4 is When Accuser Retracts. their sudden turn of the case. The than the strawberry crop. the biggest 0j rjBhts Also have oil nnd gas 49 the Friday was probably rights fur sale on many farms In and ? &' Judge read his charge to tho Jury day of tho season, twenty-tw- o cars 4? Immediately after the recess. Speak- being shipped out Friday night. around Deda. &s 4? ELI WESLEY, Colonel Clearly Proves He Does ing of tho plaintiff ho said: "Certain- Hut though this Is true, the strawTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year 4? ly ho has convinced the court not berry season Is not as yet half over, Itoirtc 3, Hartford, Ky. 4? i FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year Not Use Intoxicants Peronly that ho never was drunk but and business will still bo very lively 43tf 4? Cumberland 'phone, HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year that ho Is now and nlwas lias been for some time yet. There were le- 4? forms Generous Deed. a temporate and abstemious man. 4? Drives Off aTorror. tWAnfi twnU'O null flffppn car loads ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1,75 The chief executioner of death In At the same time the court held .i.i..,,-,,- , Monday nlcht. & ,.. 4? . -pneuIn publishing the. T1, winter nnd spring months Is that Mr. Xewctt I1U I'l I'... ...v. Is now i i, Marquette, .Mich., May 111. Colonel editorial was not actuated by actual ,i,,. day monia. Its advance agent3 arc colds 49 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year i,,.i,, the last 4? c Theodore Roosevelt today won his 111 will toward the plaintiff and that' f twnntv.flva and grin. In any attack by one of f...n n FARM AND RANCH 49 $1.00 a year i libel HUlt ngainst George T. Nowctt, ho acted in gool faith, but tho court ' ccntB per crate. This was ovlng to these maladies no time should be lost 4 who charged the Colonel with drunk held that tho Injury to tho plaintiff, tho Hooded condition of tho market, in taking the best medicine obtain$1.50 49 BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR cnoss, and having waived damages had he not waived the right to tho An the I)atciies of tiie C0Unty were able to drive It off. Countless thous45 after the defendant had uttered a re- verdict, would have sustained a ver- - fl,lcd wlth pickers Friday and there ands have found this to be Dr. King's 4?. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year traction, the Jury awarded the noinin-n- li diet up to the amount claimed, which . were sucl, Iargc qunntltlcs of tho New Discovery. "My husband believes i 49 & $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE In was flO.000. having pneu-- 1 49 damages of six cents provided berries that the drop ensued. It It has kept him from 49 V. H. Mathews, a argues well for the association tha: monla three or four times," writes As Boon as such cases by the laws of Michigan. $1.50 & BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR Kach party to tho suit will have to miner aged 31, foreman of tho Jury, 'jl was able to keep the berries sell- - Mrs. George W. Place, Rawsonvllle, 49 reported the verdict as directed by Ing at $2.50 for ten days, May 13 Vt., "and for coughs, colds and croup 49 pay his own expenses. it Judge Flaunlgau Instructed the jury the court, court adjourned. Roose- to 22. It Is no trouble at all to get we have never found Its equal." Guar- 49 Havinp made a special arrangement with the publishers o anteed for all bronchial affections. 49 to bring In a cnllct for the plaintiff, velt then stepped forward and shook $2.25 for them. which they did without leaving their the hand of each Juror. of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we J Tho berries are being shipped to Price CO cts. and $100. Trial bottle 49 4S While Col. Roosevelt was smiling ."alous ,1'jk.cb throughout tho north free at 11 druglsts. seats. The Colonel left for Chicago will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the & 49 and tho East nt 5:30 o'clock this nnd chatting, and Mr. Newett was ,and east. Detroit, Mich., and Pitts-- , publications you ought to have. All three publications are c Now, If the Democrats can fix 49 evening, less than two hours after the speaking with friends in the room, burgh, Fa., are receiving most of things io that the farmer can still K well worth the regular subscription price andjye consider & oiorybody else was watching to see them. Other northern points which conclusion of the case. get eight cents a pound for his hogs 49 ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this The climax of 'he case came like If the two principles wo(ld get to- come in for a large share are Cleveand the laboring man buy pork chops 49 very low combination rate. & tho conclusion of a powerful drama. gether. Mr. Newett was the first to land, Columbus and Youngstown i at ten cents, there will not be much 49 the afternoon session ltegan leave the room. The one opiwrtunity O., Buffalo, N. Y and Chicago. WJhen grumbling. Memphis (Mo.) Reveille. 49 ttk air was electrical with exjiec-tanc- where they might have met passed 49 Famous Stago Beauties, Rumors were flying that the and there was no further chance, as Is no real need of anyone There Your Order suit would be terminated. Counsel, tho Colonel had to hurry to catch look with horror on Skin Eruptions, being troubled with constipation. 49 49 however, remained uncommunicative his train. They Chamberlain's Tablets will cause an 4? Blotches, Sores or Pimples. 0 Tho libel of which Col. Roosevelt , ,t h .. n Mi Am. nnr will nnv nnp. i nrrrnoniiiA mnvnmont nf. thr .howp 8 49 nnd Attorney Van Uonschoten for tho plalntff resumed tho reading of (complained was published Oct. 12, who uses Bucklen s Arnica Salve. It without any unpleasant effect. Give depositions. It was noted, however, 11)12. In Mr. Ncwott's paper at Ish glorifies the face. Eczema or Salt them a trial. For sale by all dealers 49 that he skipped portions of these and Iteming, "The Iron Ore." It took the Rheum vanish before It. It cures sore oven Ignored tho testimony of some Colonel to task for "preaching" to lips, chapped hands, chilblains; hels Cannot Change the Laws of Trade witnesses who had made depositions. others when he "himself gets drunk barns, cuts and bruises. Unequaled Tha laws of trade are Inexorable vantage. This country once suspended About a Lawyer. and not lnfrenuontly, as all his Inti for piles. Only 23c at All Druglsts. The next niovo was sudden. and the Democratic party cannot tho duty on coal without the slight"Tho plaintiff rests," remarked the mates know." The following lawyer's story was est resulting gain to consumers. The; change them by laws or threats. If Under Protection this country could manufacturers, attorney, James II. Pounds, In a matdeprived of Protec- recently told by Col. Mitchell, of present tariff admits hides free, bat. Could Shout for Joy. eventually produce all the sugar It tion, cannot match cheap foreign la Blnghamton: ter of fact manner, and every eye shoes are no lower. Coffee has long: "I want to thank you from the was turned toward tho table where Jones was on his last legs. way to abol bor by nearly as cheap home labor been on the free list and Is a great of my heart," wrote C. B. consumes. It Is the best In fact it was only a matter of a deal higher sat the defendant and his attorneys, bottom they must go out of business. It Is than in former years. Rader, of Lewlsburg, W. Va., "for ish a duty. St. Louis Globe Horace Andrews of Cleveland, and highly probable that the American few days with him, so he sent for These are facts that Congress should wonderful double benefit I got tho William P. Bcldcn of Ishpcmlng. manufacturers, who have built up a minister, a doctor and a lawyer, weigh with an open mind and with In curing mo ' that If they each "The defense will tall Mr. Newett," from Electric Bitters, and sustained business through the and concern for the whole peopl- e.of stomach would leave 1100 announced Attorney Belden, and a of both a severe case his coffin existence of a Tariff which offset the mnmt.. .. I AAA ...111 ' 1.FOR FLETCHER'S Ua A I Arl . d man whose color did trouble and of rheumatism, from uo u.vu rates which it Imposed on foreign eacu ta.vuu iu ui nm. I had been an almost helpless I not disguise tho fact that ho is suf- which goods and the difference between shortly after and the day he was burmy fering from a serious illness took the sufferer for ten years. It suited foreign and domestic cost of produc- led the minister met the doctor and for me." When your child has whooping chair. In his hand he carried a manu- case as though made Just wages paid, will bo compelled asked him if he had put his ?100 in HAVE YOUR SUITS , For dyspepsia, Indigestion, Juandlce, cough be careful to keep the cough tion in script. There was a shufflo of sound to close down their works and their the casket. kidney "I did," .said the doctor. as the spectatos adjusted themselves and to rid tho system of Elec- loose and expectoration easy by giv army of employes will be left without poisons that cause rheumatism, ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as work. Uie better to hear asd observe. "In what form did you put yours Try no equal. may be required.' This remedy will In?" Col. Roosevelt sat with folded arms tric Bitters .have A Tariff that eliminates the differbottle Is guaranteed to also liquify tho tough mucus and "In five $20 gold pieces." at first, but when tho defendant be- - them. Every GO to cents at all druggists. make It easier to expectorate. It has ence in wages and then threatens satisfy. Only "Well, you'll get your $5,000." ean reading his statement, he moved Dyepunish those who would adjust matRepairing "How did you put yours in?" been used successfully in many epi ters to keep the workers employed to the utmost edge of his chair and Ate Wild Parsnips. ing demics and is safe and sure. For sale Is unfair to the manufacturers and "I put in a crisp new $100 bill." betrayed an excitement which his Clover-port- , ay 31. Wilson "Well, you'll get your $5,000, too." by all dealers. given rigid Jaws could not hide. Mr. New-'"f- tt Ladies employes, with its ultimate effect the Jolly, aged .fifteen', son. of Frank Jolly Just then they saw the lawyer was well along in his reading beupon all lines of business. Doyles- re of this place,, died .today as the The Farmer is Getting His Early town (Pa.) Intelligencer. across the street. They called htm fore tho Colonel, whose position eating wild parsnips. Young lover and asked him in what form he Hats Cleaned likely that of a man about sult of seemed The Democratic Congress will reparsJolly and his brother ate the Each age of our lives has Its joys. put In his $100 in the casket. to leu forward, lost the tense look on move the Tariff duty from moats. Repaired. , nips and both became . violently 111. Old people should be happy, and "I put in my check for $300 and his face. The effect of this proceeding Is they will be If Chamberlain's Tablets and-delivereHowever, the brother will recover. Work called took out the change," said' the man broblcmatlcal. Along the borders of "It Is fair to the plaintiff to state stengthen the digestion of the law. are taken to that I hae been unable to find In Canada and United States meats will Scale of Prices for Killing:. and keep the bowels regular. These any section of the country any Indicome In' from Canada and supply tho $1.00 Club One of tho members of the Ways gentle In their Foils a Foul Plot. who is willing to state river tablets are mild and vidual witness local demand. Meats across the When shameful plot exists between In and Means Committee of the House from Detroit have always been cheap- action and especially suitable for hnt I hne been unable to find Is Fordney of Representatives, age and older. For liver aand bowels to cause distress by Now that there people of middle any section of the country any Indi- of refusing to act, take Dr. King's New Michigan, who takes a position in er than in Detroit. sale by all dealers. Hartford Pressing Glilt, to vidual witness who is willing to state of In tne will bo no custom house officer Life Pills, and end such abuse favor of high Protection. personally seen Mr. wagon, the meatthat he has Notice. They gently compel system. your course of a speech a few days ago look Into the Y. M. C. A. BLDG., Roosevelt drink to excess," read Mr. slaughtering will be In Canada and ho voiced his alarm regarding free By virtue of an execution issued right action of stomach, liver and United HARTFORD, KY. Nowott. will be in the wool. Langley, of Kentucky, arose the market from tho Ohio Circuit Court on March bowels, and restore your health and At this tho plaintiff smiled and, to ask the question: "What will States. Canadians will have a chance 1913, commanding the undersign all good feelings. 23c at all drug few words in the of Americans 19th, rlcaxlng, spoke " m lambs bo worth under tho to feed thirteen millions ed Sheriff of Ohio county to make gists. or of Attorney Van Benschoton. The Underwood bill?" To this Mr. Ford- without any extensive transportation. estate of Frank Allen tho out of latter smiled back at him. Tho Col- ney responded: "Oh It will be like Thirteen millions of Americans are sum of the for Consumers; $24.03 which sum Marlln Keith Disappointments onel broke Into a grin again when a fellow down nt unases uuiiub within reach of. the Canadian meat Buenos Aires A dispatch from against him in the Ohio recovered Mr. Newett, speaking distinctly and states that foreign capitalists, chiefly employed by a wagon. .... kmnrr tub I this week. Ho was Circuit Court, and whereas bald exeANU Wo are not predicting results or operawith emphasis, said, with reference gang of thieves to asslssinato peocution camo to the hands of tho un Americans engaged In trust testimony adduced by to tho mass of ple. Ho said ho would charge $15 a dersigned Sheriff and while in full tions, hae practically cornered tho tho plaintiff: "I am forced to tho head for killing young ladles, $10 a WITH on the 5th beef and mutton supply of Argentina force and effect, own conclusion that 1 was mistaken." lipml for married women. $3 a head day of April, 1913, said execution and are 'ready to turn to their a may bo Tho statemont admitted that for married mon, and old maids for was levied upon the following tract advantage any reduction that search of the country had been mndo IS cents a bunch; and tho latter Is county, mado by tariff revisers in duties on or parcel of land in Ohio Investigate stories of persons who t meats. These trust representatives PBICE what thoso lambs will bo Kentucky, bounded as follows: ioS Hnxc. havo knowledge that about FflR wero alleged to paying more for from AlaT.IM Bollla Free 9 worth." Tho gentleman F1 HI nft On the north by the lands of Thom- lire reported to bo Mr. Roosevelt drank to excess, but recent AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG 13PJJBLES. bama said thb country Is waiting for as Wilson; on tho cast by lauds of food animals on the hoof than in every case tho stories flattened this bill to beconio a law. It is, with prices for tho dressed meats sent to TaRo Georgo Crumes; on thesouth by the QUABANTEED SATISFAOXO&TI out to mere opinions or hearsays. fear and trembling, my Democratic1 packers In Ono lands of Vlrg Stowart; and on tho England, and Independent OS SON JSX Jt.iZUBiUXU. libel was published In good friends. Tho people of Dayton, Ohio, Pain Pill, con- Argentina find themselves In straits. west by lands or Marlln Keith, Sho Nowctt said, In tho belief that surely then wnltcd for tho flood, with fear and taining 10 acres, more or less, and If the removal of a duty wero it was true and proper Information trembling, and It came, and what was TaKa followed by a corresponding reducbeing same land that Is now owned for a public which being asked to tho result.? Cattaraugus it (N. Y.) "the liv Frank Allen nd has been In his tion of prices to consumers tariff Roosevelt for President. voto for Mr. Elasy. SEWING Times. possession for more than fifteen years, problems would bo simpler. But the That It was true, tho defendant MACHINE Pursuant to said execution and man with the markot basket knows dopended on. Poultry School on Trains said ho nover questioned until the Head-O- f OF levy I, or ono of my deputies, will on that no such rulo can bo libel suit was begun and ho believed QUALITY.) Mountalu Grovo, Mo., May 37. in 9th day of June, 1913, It being Somotlmes an article put on the free tho by various tho assertion until the trial opened. a campaign of education for poultry tho first day of the OhioClrcult Court, list Is advanced In prlco con No demand for a retraction over raisers of Missouri, the United States Court House door In Hartford, agencies between producers and at the Nothing it Better than had been made, ho stated, and when Department of Agriculture will run m. sumers, and a homo Industry Is InNOT Ky., between the hours of 10 a. tho bill was filed against him thero two special cars over every railroad Pills and 2 p. m., offer for sale to the jured without any decline In the cost SOLD Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n for .him to do but In the stato this summer, according was nothing left UNDER highest and best bidder tho above of living. ANY They Giro Relief Without seek evldenco and mako other It can be assumed that tho meats jlo Prof. H. C. Pierce, a representadescribed property, or so much thereto contest tho suit Forty tive of tho doparttment, who is staBad debt, of Australia will bo marked up also OTHER of as necessary to satisfy above NAME. depositions wero taken In various tioned at Scdalla. Prof. Pierce con"It gives me great pleasure, to Interest and cost at public auction, if American tariff schedules aro country, but to use parts of tho pur foreshadowed by tho final approval offer a word of recommendation with tho Missouri Poultry ferred on a credit of three monhts. Tho WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. Pills, (or Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n passed tho House. them, or attempt to use them, would Board at Its regular meeting hero chaser will bo required to exocute of tho bill as It you wilt, as there are thousands suffering an injustice which and was promised tho IfyoupurchaaetheHKWilMMIE bo to continue Tho great rivers reaching up from bond with aproved security for the unnecessarily from headache. I pay, and wU already become apparent to him of tho stato In tho tour. Tho cars, heart of South have a life uet at the prke you Argentina into the had for purcbaso price. was afflicted intermittently nave in endleta chat of repaint long given access to not and his attorneys. on poultry years with headache and after Given under my hand this tho 21st America have returning carrying special lecturers Leaving tho stand and other remedies failed, I tried a groat supply of cattle cheaper than subjects and models of poultry houses Quality day of May, 1913. In Pills. For Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n to his seat, Mr. Nowott loohod that of the United States, but of a equlpmo.n, will statt on the C. and T. H. DLACK, S. 0. 45t the past ten years I have carried ColiiJlhJ noorer Quality. In these times dress the direction of Col. Roosevelt, but tour about Juno 1. them constantly with me, getting whispered meats can be Bent far on ships kit the the latter was absorbed In iastant relief by using one or It Is now well known that not more two on the approach f headache. ing to Attorney Van Bensohoten. with facilities for refrigeration. OatUe Cheapest raso of rheumatism In ten They are also effect!' e Itr neualso are transported readily on ves"vlta the court permission tho than onenny Internal treatmont whatralgia, giving immediate relief." But plaintiff would like to make a brief requlrej sels equipped for the trade. Ckildrm C. M. BROWN, Esthcrvillc, la. Fc JjJaaU apannouncement," said Attorney Pound. ever. AH that Is needed Is a free speculative monopolists are quicker tebuy. Sale by All Druggist. For plication of Camberlaln's Liniment lbs KM YnHivi Always tocM to act than is a legislate e body. The Judge nodded and Mr. Roosevelt 28 DOMt, 23 Ctnta. apmassaging the parts at each "tr Mi Wlntkuwler aaMhbuiwrtto ttm arose. Bowing to the court, he said nnd MILES MEOICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. Thev calculate the probable action Bears' tb .. Mtafrurua liefuM you uiotoM.: . ,.iih waive the matter of plication. Try It and boo how quick- s. and place themselves . - -- -. uof lawmakers 'TT J.Ti Signature of -- r nominal amount ly It will relieve tho pain and sore-noead- -' damage save for the la advance at the points of trade by all dealers. Sold "- ( provided iy i ..,, o7pw V. life-tim- .... ! f G1VENJAMAGES 3 I inis is your unance to Cut the Cost byActingNow 5 I ,!,, ' y. Send to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. l?999?9999999?r .V - ruddy-cheeke- Children Cry CAS TO R A T 1- tCo -- Cleaned I Pressed K, and neatly done. work special attention. and for rate per . month. ' KILLtheCOUCbI UUItb -- tp-w- Dr. King's New Discovery rOUGHS llftfrCIt fcvtn To f a Headache s. NEW ns After-Effect- HOME CASTOR I A a4 'fusWK uzAfrr&zzut " Ts1fWrIM5lllWmC',,s - i.ii Haruora Rpnilhlican. JUrtf.Td. itrrd nrroriup hj.. to tn.il . ' ttt lw nt tk ot and Progressives 45. It seems very jkdy thnt the tvso DemosratU! Scna. tors from Louisiana will vote with rottotn. tne Republicans against the bill on thf cnd a(JC0Unt of tj,e gupnr solnxllllc Which places sugar on he free list at the against the bill on account of free . .col. the bill will then be defeated. w ever, It Is not likely that four Democratic Senators will ote against the bill. . Marshal should have proper support and encouragement In the discharge of his duties. THE ' a mmmmmma J Baseba11 News- - t PRESTDENTSHOULD PATIENT. BE V Monday against what he calls "the lobby" seeking "certain alternations Thc best game by far of this season of the tariff bill," exhibits a surU comniuiucauiui. AA&roM for the local fans was pulled off here prising tone of Impatience and a Saturday afternoon, when Hartford' tV Hartford Republican. deplorable blindness to fundamental defeated Island Station to the tunc ) iiHtlncts of human nature. of 9 to 3. Island bojs had come hero' NOTICE TO SUBiCKIlitHB Mr. Wilson Is Irritated because dwlrli th l mr "fit to n tit' Wilson has sent out a men who feel that their fortunes, with the reputation of being the best, .. ,.... i.. i.i u!Jni In ui ii I ISC tht -- j j scare throughout the country clnim- - and even their business lles, are team In McLean loiinty, and It Is tnwt. true they plajcd a good game, but j ni rot i tftcrtwi ng tnat there Is "a terrible lobby" mtn-frirnoiicitl menaced b the Woodrow Wilson bill our bos were Just too much fori nt worJ. Jn Washington trjing to de- - are In Washington . arguing and OF THE FAMOUS , w,t Thc fact of pleading with members of Congress' them, Until the first half of the Oth f game, f.iv- 'Inning It was a shut out . It Is that whenever a Tariff bill is i to gle them a chance to V. continue. "ring Hartford, but Ike all winning pending before Congress those i the product vo enterprises in whchl 'teams, , .. wore not , . terests that are effected by the pro- they are engaged. quite as careful, and the Visitors posed tariff nlwajs send represen-'tatlve- s Because these men are at least ot Washington to prevent rich enough to pay their fare to were on the iulcc, hence the three" FRIDAY, JUNE 6. scores made by Island In the ninth legislation that would be harmful to j VVasl)lnston nnd tneIr hoto, b inning. The line-u- p of the teaiii3 werei their business. This, however, seems wUon (alKs about n challenges Now see if Stanley be nothing more than right. Even I without limit being spent" and com- - its follows to . .. McCreary for a "jlnt" debate. .v '"-- " ' !. " . " - "-- l. plains of "this Interruption to the HARTFORD, ISLAND. congress ueciueu uiai mu pim calm progress of debate." are to have perpetual peace ster If we Taj lor, ss. Hurton, ud. ple had a right to bo heard before What would Mr.' Wilson hae? The what is to become of Hobson? Hennnt, cf. Congress and to petition the same. framing of a tariff bill is not the Rosenblatt, cf. Rlckanl, p. G. Lod, p. Florida and Louisiana hae solution of a problem In pure matheJ. l.od, p & 2d. President Wilson is particularly matics, which can be conducted with Harnett, 2d. that a tariff law is a serious King, 1st. fancy 1st. 'anxious that a currency law shall be "calm" matter. because none sae a few Thompson, rf. passed at this session, but his Demo- - mathematicians care? what the answer Thomas, If. Uartlett, If. Een kings forget their little dlf- - cra!tc compatriots are rather sh Is. The factors in a tariff problem Thorpe, rf. jg iarge subject. The fact of it itllllam, bs. ferences while a rojal wedding is ot are human beings, their hopes, their Robertson, d. Shacklett, 2d. & p. being pulled off. js. that our currencj Is the mest Im- - fears, their welfare and thnt of those TInsley, rf. Hunter Hates. ",vhinr ols r(VkHl inil""""1 subject """. dependent on them, and their hap- E. Harnett. III. todav- - and tho5e Democrat piness. the cradle of the deep, the Japanese Umpires: Her and Shacklett. ic statesmen are anxious lor me curIs it a crime for men who feel war scare hs gone to sleep, rency measure to go oer until the whether correctly or mistakenly is SCORE BY INNINGS. Let us hae a joint debate be- - regular session In December so that iTiimn tirlnl flint tlm f.iititnfcia )i .. vj . ..- i i. ...-- .. tween Secretary of Wo,. rlicfin lne-- v ran Sluul Ul 30500100x 9 Ule A ti v 8 oi Uh,ch Uj aw, thouanilg of oU, Hartford lho and Secretary of Peace, Brvan. 00000000 finance. President Wilson Is help- ,Ue memtxi hy ,a;niaKe, ,0 Island .. ,n ,hom.at.n. , swnt.s mg iaaer tnaerwooa o pick oui "brightest chaps" In the present seek tQ ga,n a hcarng from tholr Her for Hartford, and Shacklett, his sled for a' pair of roller skates tfle i oncresa 10 serp im w.e to remonstrate with them. ' "T i."ermore, qiu me umpiring, anu who ctow up to be a financier. ... on Banking and Currency in the nope to try tQ convlnce lnt,n, tllat tnej. their decisions were as well liked President Wilson will find, as his tnat they M prepare and pass a cur- - may J wrong7 as by any umpire. They did to the precedessors hae found, that the rency Bill that will enable the cur-- . of their ability, and their work st Wilson sincerely Senate not onl does but Is delib- - rency to freely expand in accordance (,Iees hs tarl'ff bt ,s absoluteij all'uas aI1 rlglit. ,,,,. ,, vjhic. ,a lf lirrlnf nf n .. iui wie requirements oi uusim-ss-. . I ;. : others that -- the . . The alue of currency Is not Increas- M- vuiiwo, .iiu nuo unu "umpire Pnin nntinunrs that thp war InS ln 4'roportlon to the Increase of , corrul). heart In for the locals for the past slncerelv iHcxe that some features as spirit ls'ding, but perhars he will Sat- was absent around' to his foreign mail after business and a larger olume Is de-wrong an(, de8,nicthe .seeral ( games, k are a get the to the welfare of themselves and "ruaj, ueuig on .! way ironi i.ouii.-- uuj ' a. while. . country. i lo to Hartford that day, making imanv othor American citizens? " The first rush ot Pacific waters m- . .! the trip In the automobiles of Messrs v ,h. wii.-- . SOMEBODY TO BLAME. Into the canal makes the marriage Simmernian and Rowan" i tire sincerity. Whv can he not credit ' u- - E- Saturday two men from of enice to the sea looK UKe an Holbrook. When Collins is not um i, sincerity to those Atlantic City flirtation. distant part of the county came to compelled to disagree with him? And nlr,nS. ou nn depend he Is on the StanleVliTauthority town fl,Ied UP on moan whiskey tthen dld the ,,0SSesslon of property flrlnK lln?. rooting the home team to Congressman for the charge that the people of whIeh strange to say they are still lawfully acquired become a crime. 'ory. in this locally, and r argument in defense of that prop- - ( Kentucky wipre surrendered to the abIe t0 milroads by Gov. Beckham. Lefs 6ee. l)rocecded to do the town. Having erty become immoral? Have we lest i Since the bos had to quit throw, jdng balls In the court house ard It was Beckham a Democratic Governor? flred tner P,stIs thirteen times in een tne mon right of ,Hati, by the time they had reached jan(j 0f trjlng to save our property lis a common, in fact all day, every- Yc, that Is our recollection. L.ikens ana Actons xne) naa Moiai-,frodestructive legislation through i day. thing to see them umcticlng in j The Senate Finance Committee Is tne "drunk and disorderly" the election of Mr. Wilson aa our, front of Colonel Heg's place, on to go the House Wajs and nance and here they encountered our team being in fine shape Saturday. He almost seems to think er street. Means Committee one better when t igiiant town Marshal J. P. Stevens, jgo. Rlckard did good pitching and was it comes to doing the farmers. It IsUho placed them under arrest and ,ve note that some new spapers here-noIt was sure enough hot Saturday, well supported by thc remainder of proposed to take the rest of j started with them to Police Judge's about are railing at business men even as interesting as the game was, the team. To say the very least all protection off ot cattle and wheat. office. At the foot of the stairs one) for presuming to go to Washington and the fans .many of them, held of the spectators were well pleased resisted and it wasto argue ith senators In defense of themselves to the shady side of the with the work of thc Hartford bojs. It looks to 'one" of his constituents,,01 he Prisoners tne marshaJ to U8! their property and business Inter-th- e ball park fence. However, many reaway down in the sticks, as though" ;necessary for Rol Riley and Ernest Woodward's Wilson administraUon put the 'force and to sumran a b.vstander to eats. Yet we remember that when mained on the grandstand, and roothlm- - wbi,e overpowering the there was pending at Springfield a ed and perspired. On the bleachers third team plavcd against the "old crew to Congressman Johnson In '" nlB libel law which these newspapers were many fans who wanted to get .married men." last Friday afternoon, that ficht for Chairman of the Con-- 1 Uian a J"5"" wa Not the oldest-n- ot and when the other Prisoner did not like their publishers went to as close to the diamond as possible, and the sun was awfully hot. The gresslonal Committee. Mr. Johnson the bipKest but the rehed another pistol was Springfield, or sent their attorneys and there were a lot of negro fans, old men" had some plavers who was allowed the satisfaction of STRONGEST in sur-plufound cancea,ed on his TSm- - Here and agents there, to argue with th who enjoed the game, apparently, claimed to have been some ba'll play- .dining, after weeks of "Jocko ing." ere Jo cars ago", out tnat Is more were four distinct offenses or viola- - General Assembly that tie proposed more than any one else, security to policy Attention Is hereby called to the i tlons of the law, shooting on the law was wrong and should nut. than they were Friday afternoon. The holders. enie Owensboro inquirer that Ohio coun- -' public highway, drunk and disorderly acted. An interesting game between the game wound up with the score of , Highest ratio of asty is not the only one where fusion carrv Ing concealed weapons and re-I- s However, let Mr. Wilson be pa- third teams of Hartford and Beaver 12 to S In favor of "the old heads.' sets to liabilitiesamonp being arranged. It seems to spread, 'slstlng an officer. They were fined tient. In due time he will get his Dam is to be plaed here this all the established life However, Ohio count) has earned $23 and 10 days In jail b.v Judge tariff bill before him for signature WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS. insurance companies in the everlasting enmity of the Inquirer Crowe, the lowest fine for carrv Ing or if not quite all of It at least most America. Everything editor, and other people who do not concealed weapons, and went to jail, of It. Whether the people will like AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Equality plajs Hartford here absol u tely guaranteed . alwayB mind their own business, for but were released by order of Judge Mr. Wilson's Louisville 9; Toledo 1. tariff bill when he has Satunla afternoon. This will be a No estimates. starting the movement, 'crov.e Sunday afternoon. Everjbody signed it and they have experienced swift game. In former ears Equallt) Minneapolis S; Kansas City 6. In town wondered wh this was done Its effects Is another qustlon. Milwaukee 13; St. Paul 5. Ohio coun had the fastest team In Colonel Theodore Roosevelt won his Columbus 3; Indlanajiolls The Inter Ocean does not believe ty. They have the reputation of one! libel suit against Georg A. Newett, after our brave Marshal, who alwas should carry a guaranwho c'arged the Colonel with drunk- - tries to do his duty, no matter what they will like It .and does believe man getting on a horse and riding teed policy in AMERICAN LEAGUE. the danSel". nad risked his life in 'they will like it so little that they will for less than an hour and the whole enness. We are glad of it. Men who strong company. Mr. Wilsons 1 ir y out of of- -' team will be assembled, and then Chicago 4; Boston 1. start or repeat scandal about private maiungbyme arresi ana naa oeen Mr. John Tavlor. who also fice ias soon as th j c n Hut we do; mop up on any aggregation they Cleveland 3; New York 3. or public citizens should suffer a slsted Washington G: St. Lewis 2. Villion's v.'cnt up against. penaltv until the learn how base It showed good pluck In responding to not therefore Im. ig W. R. HEDRICK. e r."j Philadelphia H; Dot rol t C. is to destroy a man's reputation. New- - hIs cal1 for ald' at 8reat risK- - The 'motives for urglr.,' ilartfori.4 Hnrillnnlmrfr hfia n Kulft te.ini. ns ett Is to blame for ever listening to Hartford Herald sajs there is .a more than Mr. I.. on si. uU Impur A. S. TANNER, - Owenstnro. misunderstanding between Judge 'the motives of men who o...5se tl -- veii as nar xoni, anu iiaruinsuurg NATIONAL LEAGUE. scandelous words about a former wants to plcy us. Arrangements aregt Louis 0; New York A, and a national citizen. Crowe and the City Council over the passage of some pans 01 it. Mj&cur.teu ior a game at' Chicago 5; Boston 0. Let President Wilsoh ue more lev When men learn to turn a deaf ear question of the work clause and that Is no personal blame In the tlent and more charitable with tho3e an eanj uaie. 11 v,iu ue piajeu prou to scandal their lips will not sin and Cincinnati 4; Boston 3. Philadelphia 1; Pittsburgh 0. neither will men handle each other's matter, nor nothing esiecially wrong.' who have the misfortune to disagree ably ln the middle of the week. TESTED VALUE characters so lightlv Breckenridge U'H. nav be the weather Is to blame. with him. His recent utterance ex- It has been unusually hot for several hlblts a tone ot academic arbltran- One enthusiastic fan we miss ' Kews. das. The Herald further savs It went .css which nleases onh his enemies the games this jear Is Clarence FOR FLETCHER'S "Lobby probe tame affair." This to Major Williams and he "seemed and which grieves his best friends. Shown, of Beda. However, he has I Is a head line from the Courier- - to be never failed to call us up after the ln the matter, inter Ocean. journal. Lan it oe possiuie mat Presi- - but sajs the town treasury Is In a game and 'Inquire If Hartford won. Ants. dent Wilson cried "wolf", when there somewhat depleted condition Just Joy in Canada. He promises to be1 on hand pretty was no wolf. Was his charge of a now." Well, the State does not stop lowdercd borax and pp Taft was roundly de- soon. tariff lobby only a grand stand plaj? prosecuting and punishing criminals nounced, when In office, for his part aiuin sprlnKr! .inlci.au.lt tuo ui.cr It begins to look that waj So far because it is In debt, or out of fmwis. In thn fanndlnn rwlnroollv ntrree- - At Rockport last Sunday Taj lor oi s!... s 'r t "jid their lxu i... Is good. Rub a evey Senator of those examined un- - Neither should the town of Hartford. 'ment, which was rejected by the vot Mines was defeated by Rockport to PaLa' t of I'lai if It near the bottom of aer oath has asserted that those ap- - The Herald very properly concludes ers of the Dominion, much to the the scoro of 10 to 7. Taj lor Mines th preaching them have been onlj that "It Is liable to give, the tow u'a 'satisfaction of American fanners, plajed the same men as def'ato. tl t.- do legs or on the fher, mil who have a right to be heard reputation of being a place where Ipeclally In states bordering on the Hartford recentlj', and Rockyoi: in thro weeks, I r lav.- .he application nd that no Improper methods have rowdies can do pretty much as they j Canadian line. But the fanners of probably play here at an ea ly iate. l.i addition, boll 0110 ounce of thc been used. Have we reached the point please and not suffer any very ser- - Canada will more than make up what balsamln gallon ot water for thirty when a lot of farmer may not ask Jous consequences." We know noth- - was lost by Its rejection when the Hartford has played six ;am?s and mlputes, and then sponge this, while That Is what tho U. S. agrlculturaB hot, over the woodwork nnd floors. their representatives In Congress tong 0f any misunderstanding between new Democratic Tariff law goes stations have done with bran. Thff lost ono this j ear. against placing all their pro-- , the Police Judge and the City Ccun-jt- o Oil of sassfrn8 has many advocates. results of the force. That Is the opinion of a various prpettcal demducts on the free list, while the.cii, but there should be no trouble l Monteal paper which opposed Uie The Hardinsburg boys, in talking The method of using It Is rather onstrations havo gone to prove tho manufacturer Is still protected! and very little expense In establish-'agreemen- t. about a ball game here against us, unique. One Is to note tho trail the great value of bran, especially when In a late Issue It says: l'ng a r0C'J ,)Ile and the stret8 cer'' "Wilson, Underwood et a!., are ex- - said that last winter when we beat ants follow 'tis said they form a fed THF tTrJRP riunl. jtalnly need the rock as much as some tremely popular this morning over them at basket ball they expected trail In traveling to Its beginning. IN CONNECTION WITH CORN, Washington, D. C, June 2. The of these vlolaters of the law need' here. Canada has obtained all she that, but did not expect for five Then saturate a small cloth with tho Democrats are laying their plan to to break them. Wo do not Intend was otfered on the original Taft reel-rus- h members of their party of seven to oil and apply to every porttlon of tho barley or oats, lf you are short on the tariff bill through the Sen- - any Injustice to the Police Judge or proclty plan without any concessions get the mumps. The baseball team distance covered. Jour the oil Into fed nu hould try briu I An i'll.v jour wants and quota special ate Jn a few weeks In hope of ad-- f the members of the City Council and' or loss of Independence of her fiscal was very particular ubout finding out any cracks from which they emerge prices at my produco house journlng Congress August 1st. As to, our columns are open to them for pollcv-- . This new Tariff means mil- - If there were anj contagious diseases tho oil Is suro death to them, Cleanliness la essential. In order to whether thbj program can be carri- - any explanation they may feel call-'lioof dollars to us in Canada, big around this burg now. They were protect pastry In tho pantry while ed out Is altogether problemetlcal. ed upon to make concerning this increase in new Industries, larger right jou are getting rid of them, Insu- The Democrats have six majority In matter, but we do feel ln common markets for our food nroducts. for Tho Produco Merchartt It by raising it on four Inverted all our citizens that we should all of which we are profoundly grate-- 1 the United States Senate, they There Is no question about Hart-(lat- o bojs every member of the cups set in saucers filled wth water. Jog 51 mambers and the Republicans' be protected and that the town ful.' Ottawa (111.) Republican-Time- s, ford HARTFORD, - KENTUCKV I C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER EDITORS -t.. Democrats ran .1 - 1"'- - Thfltt If ' uu tun .V'V: iiiuus i" t lllnrn it t '" iOLIVER! CULTIVATORS. 4 BilxK-rtH- r.,,,.f rt Ni.ktl. o.e. ,, : We Are Sole Distributors J i3 .,.,.,,, - Oliver Cultivators .... ALL DISC, ALL PLOWS OR DISC AND PLOW COMBINATION. -. -.- - : 1 i Riding Cultivators that ride easy. Easy to operate and will do any kind of cultivating you desire. WE ARE READY TO rf """ Jnlle -- - ... -- I ... ,,,, 33 STRATE THE TRUTH "'lruerS ,, of our statements. xugg jr.' be-'bc- Write us to send our man and see it iu.h Work in Your Own Field. S e of ' 1 , 1, a',,i I rt l's I E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. Pu"e self-defen- se m ordl-willi- Cent-Preside- w I Security Life Insurance Go. "tat I"1 de-!w- a3 s , I er this as-'tu- t -----, J re Children Cry C A ST O R A lru ITS irul 1 v.--'. In-vo- te ns W. E. ELLIS hav-;wi- th MW 'llJlB CO)M Is i question that concerns all of us, just at the present time. We are not the ice man, nor arc we sellers of cool drinks, but wc are dealers in WEARABLES is a COOL SUMM EJl for the outer man. To be comfortably clothed in warm weather problem, but if you will come direct to us, we can easily furnish a solution for it. can find in our house the sheerest fabrics for cool dresses, with a suitable line of the very newest trimmings. Every week brings to us new goods that will add to your comfort. 'For instance, the ladies Again, the men can come to us for lightweight Clothing, cool Underwear, the latest in Straw Hats, summer Shirts, Collars, Ties, etc. Mlns Winona Stevens was In If Btda Is a We!!. Louisville this week. If we get a well at Beda lol us give I.Mr. L. E. Chariot, ofTTeflln, was a big parade, a pleasant caller at this office 'And have big tanks sill 'long tho Htrcet clean full of lemonade: Mr. Curt Bean, of Olaton, was a An' Sousas band upon the square a pluyln' stlrrln' tunes pleasant caller at this office WedWith ladlts in green ' tights nesday. an' pink, a hanging from balloons. Mr. Ilerrcl, editor of the nock-po- rt News, paid The Republican a We Kure'll have a great old burg If call Saturday. we get oil there tco Miss Sophia Wahl, of No Creek, An' John D. won't have nothln' on was tha guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. such folks as me an' you Tinsley last week. We could buy a horse like Riley's "that three hundred bones won't Miss Elizabeth Mooro was the guest touch," of Mlss:s Ilattye and Ituth Weller, (We mlghtt use him fer plowln' corn of Dundee Saturday and Sunday. or snakin' logs an' ssch.) Mrs. Harry Monroe, and little Bon, HUlIe, and .Miss" Ella McKlnncy, of Beater Dam, were In Hartford yes- - But when It conies to rldln' round, well get a Packard enr. It' rtlny. With "chiffoniers" to guide us, an Plenty of Stock Peas and German you bet we'll be right thar; Millet on hand now. We'll build Barnard a monuiiient.for LIKENS & ACTON, by great brains an' toll, Hartford, Ky. Hit He flggered anticlines fer us an' got 1 hav.e, at my stand on the Hartus dlggln' oil. ford and Lletchflcld road, a complete lln of Groceries and Dry Goods. We won't ferglt religious side, an' W. J. MILLER. oil mon's soul's we'll save. The Ohio County Drug Company Is We'll see Mesklmmen gets to church, repaperlng their drug store on Center an' Sullcnger a shave, street. M. Bean manager of the We'll pay some note to cleanliness company, is doing the work. "Free baths at the Hotel" J. D. Ralph's grocery is head- With showers steaming an' swim- mln' pool, if Beda is a Well. quarters for anything In the general grocery or meat line. Also handles a complete line of stock feed, chicken Make Cooper got a nag or two, that 43t4 makes a mile In "ten", feed. Mr. Claude Blankenshlp, candidate We'll put a ban on snoring, send Kcown to the "pen"; for the Republican nomination for county court clerk, was a pleasant TA'e'll handle all the leases that Gibson has to sell, caller at The Republican office, SatAnd buy a house for Lawrence, if urday. Beda Is a Well. Messrs. R. E. Lee SImmerman and SSraSftSSSSSSrV&VS SUMMER WEIGHT UNDERWEAR B. V. D. and Mousing . Makes 50c to $1.50 RoseibleLtt's. ess?sswsssflwa; WANTED! You to see our new line of DRY GO0DS and MILLINERY and LADIES' FURNISHINGS, DRESS MAKING. New Hats and Dress Goods arrive every week. If you desire comfort, see us and we carefully take care of your needs. forget is, and remember that IT PAYS will Don't TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Rowan Holbrook have each purchas p. Rambler automobile. a 45-They are very fine machines and are beauties. j Mrs. Lavlsa B. Foster and daughter, Miss Alice, are vllsting the former's sisters, Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, and Mrs. John W. Sanderfer, route 3, this ed h. I week. Let's go to Dr. Waterhouse with all our aches an' ills, If Charley- - Brandt don't strike it rich', the Doc can feed him pills, An' Clevenger an' Standard Oil won't hold no mystic spell, We'll all be millionaires next month, IF BEDA IS A WELL. By "Barney Flynn." LOYAL BROS., - Narrows, Ky. ' Hartford k ,,,'''m''"m""7iRepublican. FRIDAY, JUNE 6. M. H. Li. E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. ft N. time card effective Monday Aug. 21st. m. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. 114 daily except Sunday. North Bound due l:lo p. m. No. daily except Sunday. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. 113 South Bound due 1:46 p. m. No. dally except Sunday. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt Who wantB the bicycle? Who wants tho Shetland Pony? Hartford Mill Co., has Rher sand tf. to sell. J B. Wilson was In OwensMrs. boro Tuesday. Help somo girl or boy win tho fine Shetland Pony and outfit. Six large bars of Iundry Soap for CO'S. R. L. DEVEIt 24 cents at I have Hay for sale. ,R'. B. MARTIN, Hartford, Ky. 33tf Mr. J. R. Coyle, of Big Cllfty, D. Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Betes. Mr William Mooro lefT Saturday for Lexington where ho will attend tichool. Ky., pMr. Eck Hudson has accepted a tho Hartford Bottling ortion With Works. RepublThe prizes given In Tne arc well worth workican's contest ing for. '.' Copies oT"The Republican will bo Pony Bent to all coutebtants In tho Contest. surely bo The hardest worker win handsomely in our Pony rewarded Contest. Hartford A numberof Pooplofrom Sunday on the went to Louisville excursion train. b" B. Blrk-bea- d Capt. S."K. Cox, Mrs. RUoy were in Mrs. A. D. -- Owehsboro this week. MliM and for Liberty where she will visit her uncle, Mr. "Taylor. Road En-!,- ,. T. H. Benton. County at tho office of m hn found of each week. LuTllofaylor left Wodnes-da- y f,.... t.i WWII, uv -- WMidinc on Monday When in need of anything in staple or fancy groceries, meats, stock and Only a Printer. cuiviten lueu cuu j. v. luupu s grv- "He Is only a printer." Such the ;cery, Hartford. Farmers 'phone NQ. sneering remark of the leader in sixty-nin- e 43t4 (69). a circle of aristocracy, codfish qual Mrs. Blanche Lewis and Mrs. Hunt- ity; Who was the Earl of Stanhope? er, of Smallhous, were pleasant call- He was only a printer. The present ers at this office Friday. Mrs. Hunt- Czar of Russia and Duke of Batten-ber- g er is the correspondent for The Reare printers, and the Emperor publican at Smallhous. of China worked In a printing office Messrs. Sep. Williams, Republican almost every day. Candidal for County Court Clerk, William Caxton, the father of Eng . te lish literature, was a practical printer and J. W. Duval, Republican for nomination for Jailer, were What were G. P. Morris, N. P. Willis, Hon. G. B. Likens, Assistant State pleasant Horace Greeley, 'callers at this office Mon James Parker, Auditor, Frankfort, was in town on Charles Dickens, James Buchanan, day. legal business Tuesday. 'A series of special meetings were Simon Cameron and Schuyler Colfax? Mr. It. T. Collins returned home begun at the Baptist Church Monday Printers all, and practical ones, also Tuesday from Louisville where he night. Rev. J. L. Lewis Is assisting Bayard Taylor, the poet. Mark Twain, had been on legal business. the pastor, and the services will con- Amos Cummlngs, Bret Hart, Ople Dundeej tinue several days, at 3 and 8 p. m., Reld, were plain printers, as were Miss Martha Thomas, of Ward, P. V. Nasby and who has been visiting Miss Luclle except Sunday when the usual 11 Artemus Seth Lovingwood. Senator Plumb o'clock services will be held. Plrtle, returned home Tuesday. was a printer and so was James Hogg A cornet band of twenty pieces Any girl or boy In Ohio county of Texas and the leader of science not over 16 years old may become a has been organized at Rockport, and and philosophy, Benjamin Franklin, practice has already begun. Those candidate In our Pony Contest. in his day made his boast that hr band are Messrs. Alex of Cannelton, In the was a printer. Children's Herald. Mrs. Minnie Fehr, S. L. Fulkerson, President; mmw her son and daughter, Sec'y. Ind., and Treas.; Chas. R. Lay ton, Deafness Cannot be Cured. Schlemmer. Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Herman Garrett, Cecil Dunn, Orett the Shetland Carter, Ray Harrell, Jake Maddox, by local applications, as they cannot By a little work Pony, harness and buggy will belong Clarence Durall, Carlos Coyler, Bob reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deaf to some Ohio county girl or boy. Cates, Addison Howard, Ben Wood-burness, and that Is by constitutional family of Mr. T. J. Morton and Vol. Garrett) Jewel Calrncs, remedies. Deafness is caused by an are the 'guests of his Burnes McDougal and R. M. Ried. Owensboro Inflamed condition of the mucous on Union St. mother, Mrs. Morton In our announcement column this lining of the Eustachian Tube. When Mrs. brTMcKlnney and children week will be found tho card of Mr. this tube Is inflamed you have a Stevens, of Beaver Dam rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, of Taylor Mines are visiting her par- Sam L. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfer. who is a candidate for the Republic- and when it Is entirely closed.Deaf-nes- s for Justico of the Miss Lucllo T'frtlo entertained a an nomination Is tho result, nd unless the In few of her friends Monday evening Peace In tho Beaver Dam Magister flammation can bo taken out and this ial District. Mr. Stevens Is well knout tube restored to Its normal condition, In honor of her guest. Miss Thomas. McHenry" Holbrook, who has In his section and for many years hearing will be destroyed forever; nine Mr. prosperous and well lik- cases out of ten are caused by Catarrl", been attending State University at has been a homo for tho vaca- ed farmer. He was reared on the which Is nothing but an Inflamed con Lexington Is at farm near Llbrety. At tho present dltlon of tho mucou3 surfces. We tion. time ho Is manager of tho Beaver will give One Hundred Dollars for Mr. Columbus King, of Sacramento, Dam Brick Co. He will make a good any case of Deafness (caused by caKy., visited friends hero Friday and race for tho nomination, and if nomiSaturday, leaving for Dundeo where nated, in November, If nominat- tarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hull's Send for circulars, Catarrh Cure. ho visited until Monday. ed, and a good official if elected. free. thoyoung nicn of HartA fow of (F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, 0. Resolutions of Respect. ford gave a dance Saturday night Sold by Druglsts, 75c. commencement exercises after the Whereas God In his infinite wisTake Hall's Family Pills for constiat Dr. Bean's opera houso. dom has called from this world of pation, m Mr. Ehuer "Allen, who lias been sorrow and disappointment to that teaching In Oklahoma for tho iast eternal home our Ueloved sovereign, Commonwealth June Docket, four years, Is visiting his father, Mr. J. F. Veller, wo reverently submit Term' 1913. to his will knowing that he doeth all j. W. Allen, Hartford RG. FIRST DAY. Bennett, one of the things well. Master Oscar Therefore be It resolved: That In 4699 Com'th. vs. Paul Cooper. hustling candidates in Tho RepublicBaize, et al. an's pony contest, was a pleasant the death of our sovereign the lodgo 4870 Com'th. vs. Hardin Baize, ot al. has lost one of. Its oldest and one 4872 Com'th. vs. Hardin caller at htls oftlco Monday. 4873 Com'th. vs. Frank Allen, et al. iU best and most faithful members. Mr. Frank Foreman, who Is emThat though his voice has over 4879 Com'th. vs. John Clever. N. R. R. Company L. ployed by the been ready with words of cheer and 4882 Com'th. s. Fielden Baize, et al. In Kentucky, Is visiting his parents, good advice la now forever still, he 4884 Com'th. vs. Chas. Baize, et al. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Foreman. yet lives In our memory and recol- 4911 Com'th. vs. Frank Smallwood. The LouIsvllhfWcokly Herald and lections of his wlso counsel and hal- 4915 Com'th. vs. Geo. Meyers. The Hartford Republican, one year lowed association will forever re- 4932 Com'th. vs. Bill Taylor., each, for ?1.35. Send all orders to main with us but however great may 493G Com'th. vs. Orvillo Crowe. The Republican, Hartford, Ky. 32tf bo tho loss to our brotherhood It Is 4937 Com'th. vs. Oswald Hocker. Plenty of'Sood Peas, Cams Seed nothing to compare to the loss to 4938 Com'th. vs. Orville Crowe. and Tona Slher Mine Seed Corn, his estimable wife and the community 4944 Com'th. vs. H. E. Plerco. 494C Com'th. s. H. E. Pierce. and also a general lino of feed stuff at large. CO. R. L. DEVER 'tl vs. J I. E. Pierco. Bo It further resolved that a copy 4947 O nj Miss Ma7y Elizabeth Felix who has of theso resolutions bo spread on our 4948 Com'th. vs. .Win. Bennott. been attending school at . National minutes, one sent to tho Southern 4950 Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling. Parko Seminary, Maryland, will re- Woodman for publication and one to 4931 Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling. 4954 Com'th. vs. App Robins. turn homo Saturday, accompanied by his widow. 4955 Com'th. vs. Georgo Myers. EUGENE JOHNSON, brother, Douglas, from Lexing her 4956 Com'th. vs. Wilbur Bailey. DON MILLER, ton where ho has been attending4957 Com'th. a. Wilbur Bailey. HENRY ;MARTINr" school., can-ddlaCa-lrnn, - LINDSAT DORSET Civil and Mining Engineer OF TAOOMA, WASH. Geological Examinations, Surveys.Oil Analysis at Reasonable Rates. New Commercial Hotel. . .HARTFORD..KY- - Pointer J. n: embryTrade and Decorator by . ALL, KINDS OF PAINTING DONE; Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Instance. Estimates Furnished. y P. O, CROMWELL, KENTUCKY., 1958 4959 49G2 4963 4964 4965 4966 4967 49GS 49C9 4970 4971 4972 4973 4974 4975 1976 1978 1979 49S0 19S9 1993 1991 1996 1997 ' 3000 3001 3003 5004 5005 5006 5007 5008 5010 5011 5012 5013 Com'th. vs. Austin Bowling, et al. Com'th. ,vs. Walter Patterson.' Com'ht. vs. Leonard Wedding, et al.' Com'th. vs. Alton Parrjs. Com'th. vs. Alton Parrls. Com'th. vs. Frank Durbln. Com'th. vs. Sam Cook, Com'th. vs. Wilbur Bailey, Com'th. vs. Noah Beasley. Com'th. vs. Noah Beasley. Com'th. vs. Elmore Roach, Com'th. vs. Leo Lloyd, Com'th. vs. Lee Lloyd, Com'th. vs. Leo Lloyd, Com'th. vs. Leonard Wedding, Com'th. vs. Henry Collins, Com'th. vs. Herbert Chinn. Com'th. vs. Hubert Baker, Com'th. vs. Joshua Crowe, Com'th. vs. Richard Stowart. Com'th. vs. Fege .Morris, et al. Com'th vs. Oliver Daugherty. Com'th. vs. Sidney Johnson. Com'th. vs. Alton Parrls. Com'th. vs. Fogo Morris, et al. Com'th. vs. H. C. Aoton. Com'th. vs. H. C. Acton, Com'th. vs. Ivan Allen, et al. Com'th. vs. Guy Combs, et al. Com'th. vs. Israel Johnson, Com'th. vs. Amos Taylor. Com'th. vs Charles Wallace. Com'th. vs Tom Wilson. Com'th. vs. Argan Bratcher, et al. Com'th. vs. Alva Wade, et al. Com'th. vs. Mack Honshaw, Com'th. vs. Leo Chinn. APPEARANCES. SECOND DAY. Com'th. vs. F. Burch. Com'th. vs. Tom Ferguson. Com'th. vs. Harry Batnes. Com'th. s. Estill Loo With- 5029 5030 5031 5032 5033 5034 5035 5036 5037 5038 5039 5040 Comth et al. Com'th. et al. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. vs. Randall Hoover. vs. L. ft N. R. R. Co., i vs. Luther Baitlett. vs. Bruno Frey. vs. Bruho Frey. vs. Byren Brown, et aL vs. Cody Woosley. . vs, Arvln Tlchenor. vs. VB. VS. VS, J. C. Bright. John Fulkerson. Solon Smith, et al. Jamee Torrents. NINE OUT OF HUSBANDS TEN Would bo secretly pleased to see their wives shi(t the family bakii.g to tho 5015 5016 5017 5018 5019 5020 5022 5024 5020 5027 5028 Baker's shoulders, Ours are broad! Let the Baker bake the bread.. Ice Cream Served - row. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Com'th. Co 'tb. very Sunday vs. Wm, Wetherford. vs Oscar McDanlcl. vs, Cliff Burden. ys, Bruno Frey. HARTFORD HARTFORD, BAKERY - vs Bruno Frey. vs, George Crowe. vs,' John Bradshaw. W. O. Schlemmer, Prop. Ky. t . ! ty! C. Q. Davenport, Wnrrcn county. th0 ll0US0 ot noiwsentativM, Ohio county officers L. II. Tlch-enupon tills ;who may bo nominated Ohio CoMnty President; Henry Plrtlc, SeciOttn. platform, should he bo selected by, retary; S. 13. llcnnott, Treasurer. la Court T. F. Ulrkhend. COL'NTV I10AIID OF 13DUCATI0.V. Circuit First. Wc endorse all the stops the ncoplo In tho final election, V. Judge; Ucn D. Itlngo. Attorney; Henry I.each, Chairman, llnrtford,. v which have Wen taken by the Coun- - Instructed nml pledged to vote for P. MldUlff, Jailer, M. O. Ilarrnss, Ky. - the following laws: ty Republican and I'rosres9l o KxccClerk; 13. 13. lllrMiend, Master Com1. L. 11. Tlchcnor, Hartford, It. V. missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee D. No. 5. uthe Committees, leading tin to nnd A measure embodying tho Jury Fund: T. II. IllncK, Sheriff, 'J. 13. V. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Including tho call for this conven- - tle and referendum. Deputies S. O. Kcown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olatou, Ky. The recall for nil State, District llnrtford.Dam; U. to formulate n platform upon .tlon 1. Jones, Itontc 5, , Ue.tver . 11. 1.. Alford, White Run, Ky. which candidates for tho various conn- - and County officials, Hartford; V. C. Earp, Uoslne. Court .". Richard Plumiuer, TnIor Mines, 'ty offices and member of the House An amendment to tho I'rlnmry convents first .Monday In February Kentucky. three weeUs; third of Representatives are to appeal to Election Law, providing for tho elee- - and continues In April, weeks; of Ohio county for support at turn of delegates to National, eonven- - Monday In October two weeks. third .voters two tfio selection of nil Monday Hi D 'tho coming November election, under tlons, and for County Court II. It. Wedding, Judge; W. S. Tlnsley. Clerk; C. 13. 'the Republican eniblem, believing party committeemen. , Attorney, llnrtford. Court An amendment to tho Primary hlec Smith, It Is best for those who may en URGE NATIONAL GOOD ROADS that In each that where coiiU'iics Ilifct Monday ter.tho General Primary to know what tlon Law, providing Is only one candidate of any mouth. of them In bo Quarterly Court the 'EUROPE'S GOOD ROADS Recent Convention AdopU Resolution "may fair expectedpeople ot thoadvance. ther at tho closo of tho time limit. fourth Monday In lleglns on Mn), Attorney Law county party to tho nnd February, rroposing nignways rrom may bo made through August and Noember, ' to know Just where their candidates the selection Ington to Capitals. HARTFORD, KY. Court of Claims Convenes first Ltnmi immi nil iiiipstlniia of nubile ulint unrtv's cominltto'. " " m January ami urst iue.- - Will practice his prufeMlou In Ula i (Regarded as Economic Factor of Law ' "l'8"! .iin,,.i...i.t t n.n That national roads be built con- Interest. day In October. . ... and adjoining counties. Commercial ll.lV.I necting Washington with the capitals o Second. We inor rigid economy permitting any cnnuiunic Life and Not a Fad. other County Officers C. S. Mox' and Criminal Practice a Specialty. of every state hi the Union was tho In the conduct of all tho business the benefit of the votes oi nil parties n0 Ky.. It, Survejor. FordsUlle. tenor of a resolution unanimously of tho county to tho end that tax- - which may support his candidacy by.F. I). No. 2 Bernard Felix, Asses- adopted by the national good roads lowest pos- - halug his name placed under more isur, Hartford, Ky.. It. F. D. No. Henry Leaeh, Superintendent, llnrtLeft by Romans Has Been federal aid convention at a session re- es may bo reduced to the ballot, ford, Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartcently held In Washington. The reso- slble rate, realizing that wo are bur- than one device upon the Husbanded and Ua. Arfriffri to present high taxes, Tho repeal of tho odious roglstrn- - ford. Law lution further advocated the creation, doncd by the Prosperity of France AusJUSTICES COURTS. tlon certificate law, wnicn in everj wherever they do not now exist, of State, county and town. tria Is Close Second. HARTFORD, KY. Lesllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday "effective state departments In every Third. As a matter of economy election has made easy the cormp- rd Matters. W. 11. U.irnrt uiud C. E. state" for the construction and main- nnd In tho Interest ot a better tlon of the ballot wherever certlfl- - after 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday Monday In June, Tuesday after The wide Interest that the road tenance of good roads. StulMi announce that Uiy liavo form-- a wo favor placing the elites nre required. buslness sjstoui, after 3rd .Monday in September, Tuesquestion has for all classes In Europe A proposition, made by William T. Fiscal affairs of the county In the iKirUiJiilp for tho tMienil pracA measure prohibiting the use of day after 3rd Monday In December. g remarkable, and It Is this unity of Page on behalf of Representative John II. Miles. Kockport, Friday purpose that builds on tho network Slemp of Virginia, urging the on hands of n commission to be com- money, with which to corrupt vot- after "rd Monday In March, Friday tice of law, exc ipt crlinliwl and dlvur Attor-i.,- y any one posed of three persons to bo chos- - crs, nnd dlslnfranchlsing legacy left by tho Romans, Frances, after ;;rd Monday in June, Friday cosm?, Mr. Smith being Comity Is prviwjiiUvl from practicing such Scientific Amor-Jeaby tho voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes, en Monday In September, Milton writes In the after 3rd 'largo; believing that tho ' finances Friday after 3rd Monday in A corrupt practice act. CU9U3. .Mr. Biltiks will individually Since that time, and that of the Henrls and tho Louises, to whom OfIlc.ii in 'of the county can better be handled, Workman's compensation law. acceK uch proctloa O. 13. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday were due much of the elements of A measure placing our pennl Instltu- by a smaller number of men, who after 3rd Monday In .March, Wed- llnrtford Republican building, Hartcompose the French road beauty that n nonpar- - nesday after 3rd Monday In June, ford, K", can bo chosen entirely witn tneir tlons under control oi system today, particularly with reWednesday after 3rd Monday In Sepbusiness quallflcatons In view. L'n- - tlsan commission. spect to tree planting alongside, and tember, Wednesday aflei oiu Mon-ua- y Repeal of tho hunter's tax. der this arrangement tho offce oi since the later day of the military Ii In Decern . Repeal of the dog tai. Justice of the Peace would not bo making genius of Napoleon much road John 11. Miles. Rock-port-, Friday In the way of re-Abolishment of many needless of- - after 3rd .Monday i .larch, Frt.-- i from, but Its powers for detracted bas been undertaken Law - flees created by the labt session of usefulness In tho niaJntcnar.ee of orflnement which has produced, if not after 3rd Monday In June. Frlda.v Jin actual money return, at least a HARTFORD, KY. alter 3rd .Monday In September, FriIn the various magisterial dls- - the legislature. der otherwise would A measure reforming the taxing day after 3rd .Monday in December. tricts would bo far greater. Prosperity which J. C. Jackson, Centertown, Sat- ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. IIKAVRIN' unknown. Fourth. The office of county ns- - sjstcni of tho State which will place urday after 3rd Monday In March, To be Just there are as good roads ' This offlie Is equipped for handsessor should be abolished, and the the burdens of taxation where they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, In the United States today as In and Collectlou of that official performed by properly belong, Instead of upon the Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep- ling Commercial duties prance. In top dressing, In comport men chosen by the County Board of men who own small homes and isl- - tember, Saturday after 3rd Monda.v Items as well as other lenl and litilocomotion, With the needs of the new In December. gated matters. Practice In all the Commlssloners, for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded in the according to any one of the four or M. C. Couk, Rcnfrow, Tuesday afdistrict. assessment. methods commonly made use of ter :'nd Monday In March, Tuesdav courts. Prompt and vigorous service. fire A law giving he people of Kentuclo after 3nd Monday In May, Tuesday M. L. Henvrln's Office. Fifth. Tho people of Ohio county fa America, results are superior even Pennsylvanla Road Before Improvewe equal advantages with those of the after 3rd Monday In August, Tuesto anything yet achieved In Europe. deserves better roads and ment. Brick Is found on some roads nf pledge the candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the day after 2nd Monday In November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, WednesHolland, but It dates from before the polntment of a committee in the house nominated upon this platform If elect .railroads to give us the benefit of 2 day after the second Monday In of representatives to look after legis- ed, jnotor car era, before even that utmost powers cents per mile imssencer rate. to exercise their .March, Wednesday after 2nd Mondav pavement of Terre Haute, Ind., lation affecting good roads, was heartsystem which shall Upon all other matters not sicc! - ;'n ,a' Wednesday after 3rd Monday owning already to some twenty years ily Indorsed, although no formal ac to Inaugurate a Mon" Ohio County bring about this desired end In the'fjcally mentioned herein, our auid still good. Great claims of dura- tion was taken. HARTFORD, KY. uaie is enrccxeu 10 voie in me iniereni brick, and If these Representative Moss of West Vir- Klieeuieoi auu uvui jiubbiujc nu. bility are made for Grant Pollard. Fordsvllle. Tuos.Inv Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup- - 0f progress, and for the general w wo examples have any weight, the ginia criticised the tendency which, after 2nd Monday In .March. Thurs'- - All Matters Gjven Prompt Attenday after 2nd .Monday in May, ThursIn behalf of every effort to 1m- - fare of all our people, thing would seem to be worth some-jthin- he said, seemed to characterize some tion. F1NSI0N AFFIDAVITS In France there is & famou of the speakers, to encourage class prove our schools, for better build-- 1 Upon this declaration of principles day after 3rd Monday In Anmiat. Thursday after 2nd Monday in No- - SPECIALTY. Route Natlonale In the distinctions and similar "factional- lngs, more perfect sanitary conditions, 'the members of stretch of this convention vemoer. jsosth, near Marseilles. Straight as ism." His remarks followed addresses a course In agriculture for ever" hleh pledge their hearty support to the J. L. Patton. Ralnh. Friday nftor speakers who said the ma arrow, fiat as a billiard table and by several school, and an agricultural experi- - candidates who may bo nominated 2nd Monday In Murch. Friday after as marble, with a row ot farmers were holding back the good jMBOoth county. at the general primary electlon.flrst 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd windbreak cypresses on the north, roads projects because they believed ment farm located in the uonuay Seventh. Our sympathies are with Saturday In August next, under the Monday in August. Friday after 2nd jsrbich in the writer's opinion Is the! them to be only "automobile roads." in November. I AM IPREPARED to L0g Cabin, f8r the various offices to In their efforta farmers rly Ideal roadway. French na"I believe the farmer Is entitled to the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John II. Wilpnal, departmental and communal consideration," said Mr. Moss. "I obtain better prices for their pro- - be voted for in Ohio county at the To do any kind of Veterinason, City Attorney; J. p. Sto'vens. have ducts, and especially do we sym- coming November election. s, as a class, are the best In the think reckless drlversshould ry work. Horses, mules and Marshal; Court convenes second .Monlicenses taken away from them. pathize with the tobacco growers of their --world. Respectfully submitted, day In each month. cows need not die for want of ' Jo the French Alps are the finest But I am also against the farmer who Ohio county and pledge them our City Council J. H. Williams. MayA. D. KIRK, Wmntaln roads In Europe, far and believes he has the exclusive right to support in their efforts to maintain Calls answered attention. or; It. T. Collins, Clerk; JJ. P. ThomM. L. HEAVRIN, way ahead of those of Switzerland the roads. The roads are for all the as, Treasurer. Members of Council day or night. they organization, whereby an J. A. LEACH, pn all counts. Many of them were people, rich and poor. We should all Robert Hoover, P. D. Taylor. J. H. tye to the genius of Napoleon and his stand shoulder to shoulder in this may secure a just reward for the toll S. L. STEVENS, u. parson, e. i .Moore, Fred Cooper, encourage any fac- given by them to the production "vV. R. EDGE, W. J. Uean. military road builders, and If their proposition and not Veterinary Surgeon of this crop. We realize that the School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendlejmln purpose In times past was stra- tionalism." II. L. CARTER, Ky. ton, Chairman; W. H. Iiarnes, Secreprac-fkaOther speakers Included Representa- struggle Is an unequal one and if nectegic, today they are essentially Committee. tary; Dr. J. W. Tavlor. V. S Tiniv tive Klnkald of Nebraska, Judge J. M. essary, we pledge them our support It would surprise you to know of aud J. D. Duke. The mountain roads of Austria are iLowe of Kansas City, Mo.; Pendleton to secure Government aid In mainRELIGIOUS SERVICES. the great good that le being done by particularly when It A close second, taining public warehouses, through M. E. Church, South Services jeexnee to considering them from the may hold their tobacco un Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- morning and evening every first and which they m point of view of the motor car. ey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., third Sunday In each month. Suntil the buyers see fit to accord them Italy has a nationalized roads sye-m- ; "My wife has been using day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetwrites, fair treatment. Belgium, so has Austria and m Tablets and finds ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. Eighth. During the last twelve Chamberlain's OBOSt of the Oerman confederation. them very effectual and doing her Savllle, pastor. Immonths the county bas been Raptlst Church Services morning The first three meet the situation but poverished and actual suffering has lots of good." If you have any trou- and evening every second ami fourth partially, organization and control be- f BBBBBsRttSK Vifr-r-f u been brought about among the coal ble with your stomach or bowels give Sunday In each month. Sunday school tag decidedly inferior to that ln,i BBBBBBmBBBK Succeed when everything else faBs. J.10 a. in. I'ruycr meeting every Wednance. In nervous prostration nnd female miners on account of slack work, them a trial. For sale by all dealers. nesday evening. Rev. English, jiastor. SbMsIsbSSSsIsV' weaknesses they nre the supreme charged, to the failure of the railroad Say, Mr. Business man; do you Christian Church Services every remedy, as thousands have testified. to furnish sufficient curs. In order need any printing done? If you do fourth Sunday at ll a. m. and 7. p. MAINTENANCE OF GOOD ROADS FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND in. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. that this evil may be remedied we let ira do It for you. Wo can print U. Wright pastor. STOMACH TROUBLE pledge our candidate for member of your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill it is the best medicine ever sold people In Many States Are Filled Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day supthe House of Representatives to Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewritover a druggist's counter. t school every Sunday at DMO With Enthusiasm for Improve-- i port a measure enlarging the powers ten Letters, Salo Books, Circulars, u. m. ment of Public Highways. SECRET SOCIETIES. Commission t etc., and print them right at right of the State Rallrcd Hartford Lodgo No. ' The present year promises to be tho and making It the dm or said Com- prices. Try us with your next order. M. meets every first 073, F. and A. Monday .. In in'lroads to Call at Tho Republican office 32tf. In each month. M. L.. Heavrln,night mission to requli history of the W. Katest the the M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. Improvement ot the pubfurnish a sufficient i .inr.er f cars, Hartford Chapter Xo. SI O. E. S. lic roads ot the United States, accord. without dlbcrimim.tlo.s to liu.i.ilo u meets every second and fourth Monand Improved. output BUCmrS SEEM SUCCEED I tn$ to the reports received from all Same Road of coal proi..pt.. . iliat t! e BOOKKEEPING day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, jparts of the country by the United SPECIAL OFFER: Buslitess,Phonography Beckley of Louisville, Ky.; Samuel H. .miners may havo stead work, vv. .vi.; jas. ji. Williams, W. II.; ' (States department of agriculture. A rtUaatakalMonr Mnjunnt euitAiner. N,. Ba.latM. AtrlllwUT TYPEWIUTINGand mftka tou i j.ea oi aouui .Men ju. roller wo also pledge our sup;io!t ior u i j Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Joint committee of congress Is Drli, Cnllrrtlnn K.ikk. li.rir(lriiUWl TELEGRAPHY Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights! 11 ' DIMM " " T tpltndld II tlM) t.oiims In an Investigation ot the feasi- of Clifton, Ariz.; C. C. Gilbert of other vvlso measure, having lor Its last U.U., I bMI nrl f Tlral. 111ft lb SMITH BUSINESS COLLEOE of Pythias object relict from this Intolerable sit- WllU. m4 D Mr,(Nia.nlil fWUft bility ot federal aid in the construc- Nashville, Tenn., and Col. Cameron. UMMIHM.Iwrt.t meets every Tuesday eventj, C.I.rJlr. GCAKAM-EETO PL.KARE. Judge Lowe In his address declared uation. Ill Prtaldent h yer of tipttit nee In mercantile ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Noy tion, improvement and maintenance Dd pinking builnnif, Write Mention thlt Paper. to 32 yean to that congress should pt public highways, and a number ot appropriate money not hesitate as Ninth. Wo condemn tho present 'ortDtc mB ana women, ior turrM. rdnrMIng K'.uu Foster. K. of R. & S. mrr.nttr now. OTU.HUK M. SMITH, LMlBKlQm, Ky. for good roads, Hartford Tent No. 09, K. O. T. M. ' legislatures are considering jtbe state Domocratlc administration of Kenmeets every first and third 'llwradav i SEND lO CENTS jgood road legislation. In connection it has appropriated enough for rivers tucky for Its extravagance through lUeOTWMUfu4 MllU4 tM.lt, tkUTftUtfcW and harbors. wHiuH. ii. i. woiuns, uomr-ander- ; MltoctlOB of Br4, ttiml4, leratlHr llh mj kl. fwlth the general Impetus that the good L. P. Foreman, Record Keoier. Increase of salaries, creation of countvui. ta rtwi ik, Jtu iu, ti uu. ruou, .wo. :, iroad movement has recently had In all Acme Lodgo No. L'29 J. o. O. F. less, needless offices, and enormous k.W.IttM,"WMaIttoW.L.i jparts ot the country, the director of Aided Good Roads. meets every second and fourth FriThe Inauguration ot the parcel post appropriations which havo resulted day nights In each mo..t:.. C. M. Ilar-not- t, the office of public highways says: Noble Grand: W. R. Hndriek. "Too much streBs cannot be laid did more for the good roads move- In tho largest Stato debt In many Secretary. reMipon the Importance of malntonanco ment than any slgle action of the years, and which Is suro to Hartl-r- d Camp No. 202 W. O. W. government in many years. The conkn connection with the work ot quire an Increaso In taxation through me'ta every s?tond and fourth Satthe roads. The people In stitution specifically provides for the for Its condemn urday nljhts In each month. Leslie (early all the states are filled with construction ot post roads. That the some form. WoConfederate it pension B iinef, council Commander; v. C. Mthusiasm for road Improvement and parcel post cannot be successful un- passage of the Maiioze, uierK. suv spending enormous sums of money less the government exercises its pow- bill and its refusal to pay these Ladies! ave Money and Keep iaf ..ut.iinlne Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M 4n the construction of superb roads, er In Imporvlng the highways is ac- men, many of whose claims have i' ceis every urst and third 1 rlday Style by Readiag McCalTs jand yet almost without exception they cepted as a fact. been proven for months, under tho nights in each month. Mrs. Attye i Magazine and Using McCall Pal:rB jsvre making little provision to care uommanaor; Mrs. Lula pretext that the bill is unconstitutionuniun, Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. tor the roads after they are built. This KtCJl'. M,f.,l.,wllt t al, although having appointed offiGood Roads In Texas. MKALLS MAGA2INE l:( yuu diets tly). K nojstono cnapter No. 110, R. A. M true' not only In the various coun-JtVThe cltlsens of Montgomery county, cials under tho act, who are drawulily it a inudpruio I M., moots every third Saturday night 3mv9B tat under many ot our state high, Texas, recently voted bonds to the ing tholr salaries. Wo condemn it CIMT.MJby topping in each month. John T. Moore High IfothlnK Is more Important in Yuu posted ou tho jsrajr departments. amount ot $260,000 to be used In con- for its failure to place tho Penal InPriest: W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. laloit fsslilonj In the home than dear, steady the roads In good iluitiej unit ban. to To maintain structing good roads in this county. stitutions of tho Stato uud.r a nonthis AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BQUTY. licnt insure euros by setting Niw KaaLlmi Ucilitni year after year requires a toe oil tnai clear ana Work will begin at the earliest posNational Officers President, Ira M. vacli hsuo. Alio l partisan commission; refusal to pass clean without a flicker down to y annual outlay, but this J. Chryst, Hudson, "Wis.; V. Presisible date. .iiidui inrorinstlon the last drop. J'ennsylvanl a workman's compensation act; a jj Infinitely less than the loss; tui til liouio auj Qrr dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; crude ell renned to perfection. t('iial luaueii. Onlr. n Costs no more than the Secretary & Trcas., II. Q. Tank, Wau-sacorrupt practice act; und for lowering rJilcb must fall upon the people event. ..... 1...,..... KlV. n No Encouragement kind saves MONEX Wis. hmUf Ii they allow their roads to go a frcu iisttrui. 8ub- eyes. saves WORK-sav- es considering roads remember that the sohool per capita. Wo also conIn State Officers -- President, J. H. f.Tii.o today or tend Your dealer has BOUTtfl Olb 'to trtter rain. The thing for all advo. there are few towns that look so good demn the unanimous tendency ot tho fur frco iiuinla oiinv. m barrels direct trom ur Princeton, Ky.; Vlco Presijtattt of good road to do is to org to the farmer that he will kill hi horse State officials, from Governor down, NcCall hltaTM ill enable you to mik In worn. dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; ybur owu boino. Willi yoirrowuliukU sir! nil mn. systematic maintenance, to get there. cloibluifor j Secretary ft Trees., S. B. Robertson, to play politics, by looking ahead every year of an Cfcas. C. Stofl Oil sMd the setting aside In style tDdlli. Calhoun, Ky.; Organiser, T. H. for some other job, Instead ot looksend for free iWru Culoiuiv7 sMMQnt per mile estimated by the an Hartford, Ky. LsMfbrvtlle, Ky.P Bad Reads a Tax. ing after the vital interests ot he Wi Ifll Or Tm To Fnwat for sufficient relUnc ub Members State Executive Board 0mT in charge to be ot the road lor Bad roads are a tax and a fearfel people of the State, whom they are MrtBiwas tmopc Saanery at Warren, T ur rfleiidt. heiid for T4n Wo font. WlKotnf Annntv. T IT a 4IM proper maintenance rremlum Cstilosue sod Cub. Pm5 OfTcrIree 1W mil the celebrated "N. Dunn, Daviess county; Henry Pirtlei which must make tor economy limitation upon the business and soolal sworn to serve. Cars" Auto OU. Ma st country people. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun- Tenth. Our candidate for member .Md aAsaescT." nSMSWMW aHV. TVi.fl .lsqtm. wiiiRf tmsmirfm inuimiui vKii The Republican-Progressiv- e Plat- - f Directory or, rr sSClt' BUILDING ( P ' Otto C. Martin at Hlei-Miii- Barnes & Attorneys at Smith ' tu-r- 1 ARTHUR D. Attorney at KIRK J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public i el-p- g. J i W. H. RILEY, Hartford,, L 2ltT,-'i'-JrtWj- Electric Bitters SEEDS 1 r to-da- y; MvAMMAMMvVVW J fimnn 111 111 till m thmLmmjtOUIhat iay ty oon-JUtt- le out-.fe- tank-wago- u, C. Bal-mal- n, SBMIIrtfJllr T - ayAa mMmri Mil TMfcll LIW. , p..1 WaBWaZr IF ' , '" I jL.Jn1" '"' ";',". '"iViak'iJ'W.U-i-.1 ''" '"'' " MSMSoa1aSlgMtfl tlTmitnr " -- .'" m. H Rules Governing Pony Contest. 1. Any boy or girl not over tho ago of 10 years, living in Ohio county, may enter the contest. 2. CASTORIA a This contest shall begin Fri- For Infanta and Children. day, March 21, 11)13, and shall close on Saturday Juno 23, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will bo printed in The Hartford Republican for tho first four weeks of tho contest. These coupons when properly filled out may bo voted by anjono for any contestant. To be complete they must include the border. To bo counted they must bo .brought or mailed, (as shown by post marl;) to this office on or boforo tho 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 be voted at any tlmo during the contest. The number of votes indicated will in no manner bo changed during the progress of the contest. The Kind You Have are V.WUi i.i two vaya by tho white corpuc!c iub.'rwcc thct u in tlic hlood. Just hat thi ihc blood t.1 n hCJt.tlty person always has soma sub's! nice in i: to ward oil tho atta ! ol ilncic. The fountain head of lite is the stom.uii. . man who has a weak and stomach and who d does not properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has become weak end impoverished, and that his whoie body is improperly end insufficiently nourished. To put tie body in healthy condition, to fsed tho system on rich, red fciood anu tnrow out ins poisons irom tjic Doc, nothing in the pust forty years has excelled Dr. Pierce's Guliicn Mcjicul Discovery, a nuro fjlyceric extract (without ulculiol), of blcodroot, golden of ths blood, anJ by u subitanci Is, wc d- not crm-klllin- How The Body Kills Germs. hoJy thct Germ Set into tho ctn-HUi- krto-v- . imp-irc- ticl "'u"i' P'-jjtiiJM- a. uMiurjinctoodanlKMuh Bears Itagiiicbioaiactooailfandttfl l J PKK CK.W "'tscauwiwpnraionrnr.ts Always Bought Uvs x. V the CURE FOR INDUSTRIAL EVILS Signature " Promotes DtyslionChfrfd ncssaivIH;st.Coiilaiii$iicifter Ojwiu.Morphmc norMincral. of INOTNaHCOTIC. Imilii S.ni' JttMteU':-AtbiIh- iI W AW In When Time and Labor Unnecessarily Consumed In Transporting Products There Is Big Waste. If tho public could be convinced that It Ib economy to begin with fundamentals the problem of progress in every line of social endeavor would bo solved. At present tho sole remedy for many Industrial evils lies In the betterment of roads. Manifestly, when time Is unnecessarily consumed and labor wasted in transportation of products to market there is a fundamental waste. One instance will Bcrvu as sn illustration. A man loaded his wagon early one morning with a bale of cotton and a few bags of the loose product. He miles from town. lived twenty-twThe roads In that section are better than the average, but it took him until nightfall to reach the selling point. son, who acHe and his companied him, spent the night in town, paying the expense of lodging, meals and keep for the team. The second day waB 6pent in negotiations for the sale of the cotton and the purchasing of a few necessaries. They arrived on the third day late in the afternoon, having lost practically three days. That farm was mortgaged. Everything made from year to year was paid out in Interest and for a poor living for the family. There waB not a ma- dollar for Improved labor-savin- g o half-grow- n rli'ti ' " fr if5-K- -' jl !lH!y' ,ev ,' i' ' ' ' .1. II. JIahtin, Esq. quccn'a roct Willi black clicrrvbark, Jly luislianJ v.n .uffrrr from stomach and. Iinpurn bltrxl. ' vviiuw Mia. .James It. M.virn.v, ot I'rank-fr- r, Kv. "ilo j.i a aorj 0:i uu face t'uj. wo.M form a. t'.ii vi LiiwtmM dr' rrtd drop olf In about a mor.tli. then rr. ithor Mould Immii!' itely firm. It cnn'..r.u il this w.17 ir 1 iiiii't rime, iio trifii cvi'ry ti..u any or.o would. """. h'lt found to r"M '. Dr. Pierce's Hi then (1"''l' r M'tl'cnl I.. wny vviiic'i complc te'y can il h m. 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"AI' , TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, votes votes 2.00.... 3.00.... 1,000 votes Three years 1,400 votes 4.00 Four years COO.... 2,000 votes Five years G. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their Immediate family, may enter the contest. $1.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 6. Votes can not be bought, and 1.50 once Issued to, or cast for, any con- The Republican and Courier-Journ- al testant, may not be transferred to Globe-Democr- at 1.75 another. All subscriptions secured The Reptblican and St. Louis together with the by contestants, '.. 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm money for same, are the property of The Hartford Republican and must be The Republican and Inquirer 1.75 turned into this office. Subscriptions 3.60 taken in the name of one contestant The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald may not be transferred to anothei 3.50 in any manner, but must be turned The jaepubucan and JJany uwensooro inquirer In to this office and counted for the Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k O'boro Messenger 1.75 one in whose name they were se- The cured. Any contestant dropping out 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer. of tho contest will lose the votes 1 JBaaaaaBflaSaaaaaawejrlsi2Laaaaaaaaaaasl cast for them. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 7. Contestants, or their friends, IaSjT'A''VB!5BV1WBMSaS)UBSSBBBBSU V. 1.50 need not tell anybody anything about The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 5' atSjSBKB&aBtflBmmmmSs9S aaismaf' Saaaaasaavs4aaBBVP'BasBSaaaaaaaSaV their votes; If they do, they musi tell the truth or they will be rulec The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 out of tho contest. 8. No subscription may be taker, for more than five years in advance but in addition an old subscriber ma; - - , , i ' , ;v rt s.' s f pay all arrears owing and votes vvll be Ibsuod accordingly, thus, say foi a total or seven years: 2 years ar' rears GOO votes, 5 years in advance 2,000 votes, total 2.GO0 votes. A Good Road In Ohio. 9. Voting coupons and subscripchlnery, for additional fencing, or, in tions must be sent direct to the Confact, anything that would enhance the test Editor. Money sent by mall musl value of the place. registered, money order or check, It this farmer had raised small mar- bo Republlcar ketable crops which he dlun't he otherwise Tho Hartford Heads or give up will not bo held responsible for It could not afford the time the uso of his team to take them to In any way. Bill Heads the nearest point. A few sweet pota10. Votes can be secured only by toes, cotton and corn were the sole the means set forth In these rules. INoteheads products raised. 11. No contestant wilt receive any It his place had been mortgaged Tho Hartford Republcian for the building of a pike or trolley aid from No count lino connecting him with a market about any contestant's vote. hope of paying out. of the votes will bo made at any there would be As conditions are, he gets poorer and time, until the final count, when the more hopeless every year. winners will bo announced. The ballot box will be in plain view in given And GOVERNOR SULZER ON ROADS this' office. The box will be securely key deposited at the locked and tho In Recent Message to New York Bank of HarUord until tlmo for fiLegislature He Laid Down Law nal count. In No Uncertain Terms. boy or girl, 13. Tho contestant, who receives the highest number of Governor Sulzer of New York is a gentle road booster of the right typo. In hl votes will receive a first class, recent message to the New York and well broken Shetland Pony tolegislature he "laid down the law" to gether with a full set of harness the legislators in no uncertain terms, and a pony buggy and, will be given pointed out defects In New York's to tho winner after count is made. road laws and pronounced the doom Tho contestant, boy or girl who reof tho spoilsmen who bad been fat- ceives the second highest vote will tening on the people's money, says ?30. bicycle; It boy is winthe Southern Good Roads. In his recelvo a ner, a boy's blcytio and If girl is message ho paid this great tribute to winner, a girl's bicycle. The contestgood roads: ant, boy or girl, who receives tho "We know'that good roads, like good streets, make habitation along them third highest vote will receive a $13 most desirable; they enhance the gold watch. value of farm lands, facilitate trans- 14. Three competent and impartial portation, and add untold wealth to Judges will be selected to count the tho producers and consumers of the votes on hour tho contest closes. eountry; they economize time, glva by entering 15. All contestants, labor a lift' and make millions in After Four Years of Dfoowagiag I had gotten so weak 1 could not stand, money; they save wear and tear and this contest, bind themselves to acand I gave up in despair. worry and waste; they beautify the cept and abide by the foregoing Coaditioas, Mrs. Bollock Gave country and bring it .in touch with rules. At last, my husband got me'a bottle of the city; they aid the social and re16. The publishers of The HartUp ia Despair. Husbaid Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comligious and educational and industrial ford Republican shall at nil times progress of the people; they make bo willing menced taking it. From the very first furnish any in and glad to Case to Rescse. better homes and happier firesides; formation in regard to the contest. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I they are the avenue of trade and the 17. Tho hour of closing tho conagencies of speedy communication; can now walk two miles without its they mean the economical transporta- test will be announced by publicaweek pro- tiring me, and am doing all my work." products the tion in tho Issue of the tion of marketable Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter pazlmum burden at the minimum ceding the close. If you are all run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock post; they are the ligaments that troubles, don't give up la despair. Try the country together In thrift bind writes as follows : "1 suffered for four Fusion Ticket. and industry and Intelligence and years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped patriotism; they promote social ln Princeton. Ky May 26. Harmony tercourse, prevent Intellectual stagna- prevailed at the mass meeting the this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 tion and Increase the happiness and Progressives of this county, held hero prosperity of our producing masses;' Saturday afternoon, and Messrs. Ell while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should They contribute to the greatness of surely help you, too. Your druggist tat Nlchpls, W. S, Groom, W. B. Ravvls, all. At times, 1 would have severe pains the city and the glory of the country; sold Cardui for years. He knows wtait and J. N. Brewer were in my left side. give employment to our idle work W. L. Davis men, distribute the necessaries of appointed as a oommltttee to confer Ask him. He will recomThe doctor was called In, and his treat- it wilt-d-o. life the products of the fields and with a like committee to bo appoint mend it Begin taking Cardui today. encour-ag-t ed by the Republicans at a mass ment relieved me for a while, but I was the forest and the factories energy and husbandry, inculcate meeting to be held here next Satur LavUfa' Writ tot soon confuted to my bed again. After Advisory Dpt.. Chatunoac MailclM Co., Sf0siai Chattanooga, Ttnn.. for love for our scenic wonders, and day for the purpose of affecting a book, Injtmctwni oa your cat ana noaaat that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Traatawat far WaoMa," Mat la plain wrappar. stake mankind bsttor sad hsssisr." ' I fusion ticket for the county offices. Htt $1.00.... COO SCRIPTIONS. OUR CLUBBING RATES, Twice-a-WeekOwpnsb- Address all orders to 4 -- '.. THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Envelopes Cards Statements other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican t Job Department. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE V- ' ) ' - ) X njMOT'iwowwoiyiwi'mm'Wuwti mmimuminMarti Announcements. KOR RlU'nESKNTATIVE. Wo arc authorised to announce N. U. WJIITK, of Olalon precinct, as a 'candidate for tho Hcpubllcan nomination for member of the House of from Ohio county, Jteprcsentntlves subject to tao General Primary Election. Sat. August 2, 1913. HENRY LEACH aa a candldato for the Republican nomination for Counof Ohio ty School Superintendent county. General Primary Sat. August 2, 1913. to announce We nre authorized JOHN W. ODELL, of West Fonlsvllle precinct, for the Republican nomination for the office of Superin tendent of Schools of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Elec tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Wfe-STAN- BE.HINO fH rK Sl V amtSai V B TV OUR GOPVS ANDREI MAKE 3QOP OK EVERY 30(H) 0ttM Vi DEAL -.- OUR. MAKE (SjOdP.WtfboK shoes K i Vr H sW. bE sH Lm Wo re authorised to announce W. SI. Planer, of Heaver Dam, Ky., as FOR JAILER. mndldite Cor the Republican nomiJ. nation for the office of member of tho Wo are authorized to announceprellouiw of Representatives from Ohio W. DUVAMj, of Select voting county, subject to the General Pri- cinct .as a candidate lor the Re publican nomination for the offL-- of mary KlectloH, Sat. August 2, 1913. Jnlier of Ohio county. General Pri mary Election Sat. August 2, 1UJ3 FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We ari asthorized to announce We are authorized to announce W. B5Q. MACK COOK, of Arnold votthelte-j)uj3Iw- a P. MIDKIFF as a candidate tor tne ing precinct, a candldato for nomination for Judge of Rcimbllcan nomination for Jailer of county. General Primary ElecOhio County Court. General Primary Ohio tion Sat. August 2, 1913. August 2, 1913. Election Sat. . ELECTRIC Merely CLIPPER IS HANDY FEEDING OF BROILERS KIND,, AsJaws Work Automatically Uier Guides Implement Handle Has Firm Grip. One of tho latest of electrical appliances Is tho electric horso cllppor patented by an Illinois man. Tho clipper has a long cord which Is reinforced oy a heavy string coll to keep it from twisting or breaking and no 'special wiring Is. necessary to use It. Just plug into a socket that has 110 volts and there you aro. A thick handle affords a firm, comfortable grip and as tho Jaws work automatically all the user need do Is guldo tho Implement. Interesting Experiment Made at Cornell Station. Wet-Mas- Powdered Milk Ration Gavt the Best Result With Chicks In WelQht, Rapid Growth and Their Development. h witm mnrin tho subioct of a feeding experiment lasting six weeks, by the Seven flocks of 110 chicks each, I ;' V to announce We are authorized Wo are authorized to announce M. as a candidate for JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route I,. ILEAVRIN the Republican nomination for Coun- 1, as a candidate for the Democratic ty Judpo of Ohio county, subject to nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. the General Primary Election, Sat. General Primary Election, Sat. Au August 2, 1913. gust 2, 1913. We ar authorized to announce J. H. JfllJiS, of Paradise, a candidate We are authorized to announce C. for lie Republican nomination for P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a Judsa of Ohio county court. General candidate for the Democratic nom rrimaxy Election, Sat. August 2, ination for the office of Jailer of 1913. Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday, August V.V r authorized to announce R 2, 1913. K. WEDDING, a candidate for the nomination lor ItejKablican to the office of County Judge of We are authorized to announce Ohio county. General Primary Elec- JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the office of Jailer tion. Sat. August 2, ,1913. of Ohio county, subject to the Gen authorized to annouuee L. eral Primary Election, Saturday, Au We are Ky., gust 2 1913. B. T1CHEN0R of Hartford, Electric Clipper. as a candidate for the Demoroute 5, The carbon brushes are accessible cratic nomination for the office of FOR ASSESSOR. and easily replaced, adjusted or County Judge of Ohio county, subWe are authorized to announce TOM cleaned. The housing Is dirt and dust ject to the action of the General MX, of Rosine, as a candidate for proof, which prolongs the life of the Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. the Republican nomination for the of- motor contained within. Incidentally this housing Is of aluminum, which Is fice of Assessor of Ohio County, sub, a purpose, yet "FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. ject to the General Primary Election, strong enough for such easy handling. light enough to make We are authorized to announce C Saturday August 2, 1913. Furthermore, the motor Is Bhort and E. S.UITH a caudldate for the Repubhandy to clip the horse's feet. lican nomination for County Attorney to announce We are authorized of Ohio county. General Primary DILLIS E. WARD, of lleda precinct, PURE-BRE- D BULL CHEAPEST Election,. Sat. August jJ, 1913. a candidate for the Republican nomi county. for Assessor of Ohio We are authorized to announce D. . nation Primary Election Sat. August Ruling Prices Have Been Low for Number of Years In Comparison RHOADS, of Denver Dam, a General BAKER 1913. With Market Value. candidate for the Republican nominaAttorney of Ohio tion for County to the prctlco We are authorized to announce G. of Some farmers stick scrub bull in county. General Primary Election, keeping a grade or WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as Rat. August 2. 1913. spite of the fact that they really lose candidate for the Republican nomlna-cio- n money by so doing. Tho ruling prices Ohio for the office ot Assessor of ' e are authorized to announce C sires have really been for pure-breGeneral Elec-io- low for a number of years, In comSI. HARNETT a candidate for the :ounty, subject to the parison even with the market prices Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. for County nomination Zlepnbiic&n When a pure-brefor such stock. Attorney of Ohio county, general bull can be secured at from $100 to Saturday, August authorized to announce L. $200 We are Primary Election, for the ordinary useful sorts ,j 3. LONEY as a candidate for the there is no great excuse of complain2. 191J. .tepublican nomination for the of- ing about prices. And remember, In sub-lecomputing the value of a bull, his ITOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. fice of Asessor of Ohio county, merit or lack of merit, as the case to announce C to the General Primary ElecWe are authorized may be, will be shared by the offO. HUNTER, of iWford.as a candl-Iat- e tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. spring from every cow In tho hord. nomination for the .Republican the exnense of a bull over FOR CORONER. Soe tha office of County Court Clerk whole crop of calves, the extra' Inauthorized to announce Dr. the General Primary We are of Ohio County. dividual expense Is slight; certainly for the not as much as you would pay If you V. II. RILEY as a candiddate Election, August 2, 1913. jfflce of Coroner, of Ohio County sub-le- were purchasing calves and deciding to the action of the Republican the relative merits of those sired by We are authorized to announce sires and tnose sired by CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver party at the General Primary August pure-brescrubs. 1913. Ky., candidate for the Republican nomination for County Court FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. TO DESTROY LICE ON HOGS Clerk of Ok,lo county. . General PriWe are authorized to announce W. mary Blctlou Sat. August 2, 1913. Dry Straw Should Be H. PIERCE, of Rosine precinct, a All Loose, Burned and Pens Thoroughly Disannounce J. candidate for the Republican nomi"We art authorized to infected With Formalin. T. (HUD; HOAGTLAND, route 5, Har nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro District. General nomination sine Magisterial ford, for tho Republican (By E. T. nAKEU. Veterinarian. Idaho Kxperfment Station.) toe the offiejj or County Court Clerk Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. Primary ElecA pig weighing 150 pounds will have of Ohio county. General to announce approximately twelve pints of blod, Wo are authorized tion. Sat. August 2, 1913. a each pint containing 7,680 drops, or a ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, blood. If a We arc authorized to announce candldato for the Republican nomina little over 92.000 drops of day and the Cromwell tion for Justice of the Peace In Hart- louse abstracts a drop a SEP. T. WILLIAMS, of Is hoarding several thousand lice, a condjdate for tho Repub- ford district, General Primary elec-tlo- u pigis easy to see where the profit goes Ztreebuz. ft Sat. August 2, J913. lican nomination for Clerk of Ohio when, "hogs don't pay." county. General Primary Election, It is worse than useless to "dope" to announce the pig with "lice killer" without disWe aro authorised Saturday, August 2, 1913. W1NSON SMITH, of Select precinct, infecting pens, bedding and in the Wii are authorized to announce I.OJ a candidate for the Republican nomi spring the wallow. First burn all SJimi, or Hartford, Route C, as a nation for Justice of the Peace of clean out manure,the loose, dry straw, spray the pen floors, noml-aatCIto3ine Magisterial District. General candidate for the Democratic troughs and every 2, 1913. walls, beams, for tho office of County Court Primary Election, Sat. August crovlce with a 10 per cent, solution Cfick of Ohio county, subject to the ot formalin or a halt gallon of formalin announco J. to five gallons of water. Creoltn may We aro authorized to aotfcin ot the General Primary, A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a be aided to wallow in warm weather, August 2, 1913. candidate for the Republican nomina- say, halt a pint to a large wallow. Then dust on each pig powdered tion for Justice of tho Peace, of the FOR SHERIFF. Pristraphlsagria. This will cause the We are authorized to announco S. Sulphur Springs district. General average louae to homestead elsewhere. mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. A. HRATCHER as a candldato for the Ecpubllcan nomination for SherCooked Potatoes for Hogs. W. to iff of Ohio county, subject to tho Wo aro authorized ot announce prePotatoes can be fed to bogs with Ceralvo good results, but thoy should be cookCfiioral Primary Election, Saturday, M. CHANCELLOR, cinct, a canddlate for the Republican ed first. In experiments it has been August 2, 1913. nomination for Justice of Peace In found that four psunds ot cooked poGeneral tatoes are equal to 1 pound ot grain Contertown District. S. tho We are authorized to announce potatoes should with e. KJSOWN as a candldato for the Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. fceft The alone they form be fedunbalan grain, as of- Jtemibllcan. nomination for tho to announce anced ration. The grain fed should We aro authorized flee of Sheriff of Ohio county, sub- not be cooked, as the raw grain is ject to the General Primary Elec GEORGE JSI. MADDOX, Sr., a can- moro digestible. Peace in the didate for Justice of the tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Rocknort Magisterial District. Gen- Shads In Pastures. d discusWe once heard a authorized to announco S.'ora Primary Election, Sat. August 'Wu.nre sion among a lot of "scientific far53. BENNETT a candldato for tho 2, 1913. mers" at a convention, as to whether .Democratic nomination for Sheriff Wo are authorized to announce the pasture without shade was better ot Ohio county, subject to the Genthan one with It. says a writer In an eral Primary Election, Sat. August SAM L. STEVENS, of Bsaver Daai. exchange. The scientists left the quesa candidate for the Republican nomi2. 1913. tion unsettled, but did you ever see a nation for Justice of the Peace, Beav- pasture with shade trees in it where er Dam Magisterial District General the cattle did not make use of theaf JSCHOOI SUPERINTEND!;?. '. 1913. "tt'c are authorized to announce Primary Elpctlou, Sat August 2, d u, d Cornell station. The purposo was w ascertain what feed produced tho best gain at the loast cost. Tho feeds were as follows: Cracked Grain, Bran. Wheat throe parts (by weight), corn two, hulled oats ono (finely cracked), knpt before chicks at all times; bran fed In dish with cracked grain for first few days, afterward In separate dish; beef-scraunmixed with other foods given from first feeding time. Grain fed In litter as soon as chicks could find it. rrnoicd rirnln. Wheat three, corn two, huled oats one (finely cracked), kept before chicks at all times; beer p WHEN YOU SLIP YolR, FEET INTO A PAIR. OF OUR. JHOEJ THEY WILL LOOK So WELL, FIT 50 WELL, THAT YOU WILL JAY "fiOOD!" AT THEY WILL GIVE j YOU WILL&ELIEVEIN EVERYTHING ELJE WE .SELL. WEWANT'ALL 0FY0UR. &UJINE.S.S . BECAUSE WE DEJER.VE YOUR. BUINEJ-5DEAL WITH U J ONE SEA .SON, AND Style of House for Young Chicks Can Be- - Placed on Runners and Easily Moved,, scrap unmixed with other foods, given from first feeding time. Grain in litter after first three days. Cracked Grain, Dry Mash. Wheat three, corn two, hulled oats ono (finely cracked), kept before chicks at all times; wheat three, corn two, hutted oats one (finely ground)., bran two, fed in dish with cracked grain Tor first few days, afterwnrd. In separate dish; cracked grain. In- mtcrr beef-scra- p unmixed with other foods given from first feeding tlmo. Dry Mash. Wheat three, corn two, hulled oats one (finely gropd).. bran two, kept beforo chicks at alt times; beer-scraunmixed with other fooda given from the first feeding time. Solutfon. Wet Mash. Powederd-MIlWheat three, corn two, hulled oats ono (finely ground), bran two. tho mixture moistened slightly with powdesolution; solution being red-milk r to nine part one part water, for first week, afterward tho proportion of the powder Increased somewhat; moist mash fed In such quantity as was readily eaten, flvo times a day for first week, decreasing the number of feeds as seemed best; beef-scraunmixed with other foods given from the first feeding, time. Wet Mash. Skimmed Milk. Wheat threo, corn two, hulled oats one (finely ground), bran two, this mash sweet slightly with moistened skimmed mltkv fed In such quantity as was readily eaten, five times dally for tho first week, decreasing feeds as unmixed with seomed best; beef-scraother foods given from first reeding time. The following facts were found: h The youngsters relished the feed better than the dry feed. The chicks seemed to require both cracked and ground food, and they craved a variety ot all feeds. The cblcks fed wet mash were the largest and plumpest, but those on the vnrlnlr rntlnn were the most active. These latter had no mortality up to six weeks. Next to these the lowest flock. In mortality was the Chicks reared on skimmed milk mash made a most rapid growth for the first three weeks. The chicks mash made reared on powdered-milthe greatest growth In six weeks. Chicks having tho variety ration made, during tho fifth week, the greatest., weekly gain of the experiment Chicks having the wet mash and the variety 'rations made better growth than those having dry mash' or cracked grain. Chinks havlntr dry mash made the least gain In weight per chick, at greatest cost per pound. The wet mash and tho variety ration flocks ate less per pound weight, Good p k milk-powdep p wet-maBwet-mas- h k AFTER. THAT YOU WILL ALWAYJ COME To OUR, STORE FOR. WHAT YOU NEED, CARSON I 61; CO. INqORPORATBD. Hartford, Kentucky. r ' ct Pro-ratin- e ct d Ua, Help the lassies and lads in the great Pony Contest. It's a good deposit in the bank of happiness and pays 1000 per cent. Sat-upij- ytomm$m$ Feeding Trough for Mash. at leas cost per pound weight than and Ine flock having the dry rations. Dry feeding cost less for labor per 100 chicks than the wet mash. Tho variety ration cost more for labor per 100 chicks for the first three weeks', but cost less than the wet mash for six weeks. Considering the number ot chicks reared, the vigor of the chicks, and the continued palstabllity ot the ration, the variety ration gave the best rer.ults for the first six weeks. In total weight of flock averago weight of chicks, rapid growth and development, cost per pound gain and h per pound weight, the ration gar taa bast results, iw wet-mas- long-winde- Y im vuSWir'' . kp9PJSiZKitt?l .a. i E5?Wl CSi . JmLx MMsUNlMM 3K3C - an'AJjL,.. x tj