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Salary of DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE tlnues to make appropriations for tho Institution It should bo represented EUGENIC TWINS on tliq board by one tnember, rehired to niako reports at stated InterOLD NOW vals or when reuuestcd. Air. Goodpaster compares tho salary of $3,1)00 paid Supt. Sehon with tho salaries of suporlntendonts of state Institutions: Feeble-minde- d Institute, $2,000; tho Makes Statement. three stato hospitals, $2,000 each; stato hospitals, $2,000 each; Blind Institute, $1,800; Deaf Institute, $2,-- i 000; wardens of prisons, $2,000 each; Cold Baths, Fresh Air, Sleep and superintendent of school of reform, Good Food Makes Healthy Confedsrate Commandant $2,100; Bttjblitrttt OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 48 1 pie Klttlnger superintendent and MIs Ruth Godsey secretary. Thoso who attended Sunday school Sunday evening from a distance aro Misses Ellen and Fannie Lawrence and Mr. Henry CIsney of Greenville; T. R. Barnard, Mrs. T. R. Barnard and daughters Mary and Ethel, HartfordV and Miss Ama Wood, Ccralvo.' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morton of near hero aro visiting their son and family at Central City. Mrs. Price Hallows, of Louisville, will visit Mr. and Mrs. Morton the latter lart cf this week. Misses Etho' Hunter and Irene Drown; .Messrs. E. L. Bullock. John. WiUirow nnd Raymond Campbell attended ""'a surprise birthday Dartv given at Mr. Ala Calloway's at for Miss Maude Calloway. A nice time Is reported. Miss Ama Wood, Ceralvo, Is the guest of her uncle, Robert Hunter and family. Mrs. W. Fulkerson fs still quite III at her home near here. Messrs. Clinton Iglehart, Ed Hunter, Noah Wlthrow, and VIg Morton were at Hartford Saturday. Mr. S. W. Bilbro and family of near Matanzas were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Drake Sunday. Mrs. Jessie McLean and little, son of Knoxvtlle, Tenn., are guestB of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ball. Cen-terto- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913. a prepared food." eugenic babies Doctor Gorton's are, indeed, as he said, pretty and lively. They sleep twelve hours, beginning In tho evening, and four hours In broad day, and they don't gqt anything to eat, after they have once gone to bed. They each have four teeth their upper and lower Incisors. The lateral Incisors and bicuspids are on tho way. Doctor and Mrs. Gorton, who was his literary secretary beforo they married In order to have a eugenic on, invited 200 friends to the eu genic birthday. GOVERNOR MCCBEARY ANNOUNCES FOR SENATE At The Age of 75 Kentucky's enor Will Make Another HEAR Gov- - Kentucky Chil- Eighty-one-Year-OldFath- er Race for Office. Superintendent Regard- ed As Excessive, And Expense Items Criticised. Frankfort, Ky., Juno 7. ganco In salaries and expenses arc charged to tho Kentucky Chlldrens Homo society In a report made by Stato Inspector and Examiner Sherman Goodpaster to Governor Mc- dreary, in which he thinks tho per capita expense of maintenance Is high, tho salary Of tho supcrlntcn- dnot above tho average paid super- Intondcnts of state Institutions, and allowing the expenses of the super- intonuent. wmio Jn raiiKion, to se- cure an Increased appropriation, un- warranted IIo finds that tho general assembly In 1902 gave tho society $5,000, in 1904 it gave tho society $15,000 annually, In 190S this was doubled, and In 1912 Increased to $50,000. Tho Institution had .May 31, 1912. Its re real estate worth $29,211.80. ceipts for tho year, ending May 31, 1912, were $C1,C 8.7C and IU disburse- Ex"trava- - Home $1,500. Youngssters. Hur." Will Print Million Copies of "Ben- - Estray. I have taken up and posted as an The "Eugenic Twins" celebrate their estray one bay maro about 1C hands Indlanatiolls .Juno 9. A Chlcaeo first birthday today In tie home of high, niano sheared and is shod all father, publishing house has made arrange-- j their Came Into my possession min-th- q around. They havo never known one ments with a New York house for May 31, 1913. Can bo recovered by 1,000,000 j ute's Illness not" a shuffle, sneeze or right to print and sell ownor paying all expenses. rnnlr of "Unn-Hiir- .' For this ritrht. cough. ASA HAYCRAFT, ,g Batl thu chicago house has paid u They neve have been christened, 4 mile 'north ot Horse Branch. 120,ooo. that is 12 cents a volume because their father doesn't believe that'n It. of the mmioa for Will Have Exhibition Car. ...... L , t on ,,.. market at ,ow n Frankfort, Ky., June 11. At the 1)erha8 M low a3 3! L l ZTXnt y eh ar Wednesday meeting of the Kentuoky l HenrJ. WalIace ot Ulla clty, and sunshine arc given them. ," will 8(m of tho author ot Their father says they eat like Tuberculosis Commission final arrecelvo GO.O0O of this $120,000 as pigs and he lets Nature regulate the rangements wero made for taking over the Health Exhibit Car, which copyrfght royalty. amount. The boy Is Intellectual, generous, was run to' a great many towns in tho State a year ago. The car is now Attention Co. H. amlablo and philosophical. being altered, and a now exhibit Is An election haa been ordered for The girl Is a beauty. She demands being Installed: In the course of ten Saturday, June 14, at 8:00 o'clock attention and is quick tempered. days the car will start on another p. m. for the purposo of electing a After twelve months of dally cold Major for the 2d Battalion of the 3d baths, scientifically arranged dlot trip through Kentucky. Tho ComInfantry. Every member of tho Com and plenty of fresh air and sun- - mission hopes to keep tho car on tho Pany Is urged to be present as other shine, the much discussed "eugenic road, at least, two years, and, reach, business of special interest to the twins," Allyn and Leonora, celebrat- - If possible, all the available points in tr, , children 'organization will be transacted. ed their first birthday recently at tho State. The average number o A committee of three was appointDeWEESE. the home of their kept in the home Mr. Goodpaster re-- 1 ed to meet at the Capitol next Moncommanding' the Company, father. Dr. David Allyn Gorton, ported, was 87.8 during tho last engage one or more- repreIn Brooklyn says the New York day, and apfiscal year. Based on the state's sentatives to travel with the car World. propriation of $30,000 the per capita PRETTY HOME WEDDING ' "And they have not known a min- and explain tho exhibit. upon the total InIn $341.08; based ute's Illness," explained Dr. Gorton come for tho last fiscal car, a total IN HARTFORD TUESDAY recently. "Not a snuffle, not a FARMERS FORM per capita Is $410.37 ot $39,192.50, tho sneeze, not a cough or cold haa Based on the present aproprlatlon marred their perfect health since $i"0,C00 tho per capita is $309.47. of GROWERS ASSOCIATION: Assuming that the. receipts from do- Miss Stevens Marries Mr. Jones their birth, which was planned, as you know, according to the rules ot 44ct nations, county contracts, etc., will eugenics and my absolute theory of Will Spend Month la Jjo. the saino for tho prossnt fiscal of the sex of babies. the control Fourteen Counties Represented ear as the last or a total Income of L "I am glad that tho public Is in Ky. Mountains. 439,192.r.G, tho per capita Is C.74.1G. At Madisonville terested in the twins' birthday. I These figures speak for themselves; Report of Trustees' and Teachers' have had letters from every part of STILL WANTS ANOTHER OFFICE. no comment Is necessary." Meeting. Age has not headed the ambition meeting Educational Division No. 5, At tho homo of the bride's mother, tho globo asking mo if the story Office salaries, ho shows, Increased printed a year ago was true. .People of Governor McCreary. He announced at Green Briar, Juno 7, 1913. .from $1C,325.C7 In 1912 to $19,189.92 Mrs. Laura Stevens, Tuesday at 12:15, octoFor Cromwell E. S. Howard; Union In 1913. and Homo salaries from $3.- - occurred the marriage cf her daught- find it hard to believe that an Madisonville, Ky., June 7. At a Monday night he would be a candiShelby Shultz. Cooper Leslie Milor. Miss Winona, to Mr. Jams W. genarian could sQcceed in his plan meeting of tobrfeco growers held In date for the Democratic U. S. Sena332.80 In 1912to $10, 833.20. In 193. ler. Taylor Mines Mrs. S. O. Keown. to havo a son to carry on his 1913 salaries, he says, must Jones, of Murray, Ky. 11 torial nomination to bo awarded in To these this city all day today, at which after he Is gone. I will live to counties In this section 'wero repre tho August, 1914 primary. He has Green Briar S. W. Taylor. IndeAs tho beautiful stralr.B of Men- ha added salaries of special workers" pendence J. 11. Allen. Taylortown be 100, and then I will give way to ilnlssohn's wed dine march,, rendered i. i. sented, an organization was formed been twice Governor of Kentucky and Harry ItUn BUIM II Ull fcUU I'dJIUII. i Leach. Oakwood T. H. Park. uy .M'ss Nail, floated Allyn. Margaret from 1903 to 1909 represented the Ho then takes up "a $1,500 note to be known as the Consolidated To.. "Tho boy Is of the Intellectual bacco Growers Association' of Ken State In the U. S. Senate. From 1885 Jubilee Aaron Ross. ' Old" No. 19 made by Mr. Sehon, the superintend- - through the rooms, tho bridal attend-..., ants. Miss Virelc Lewis, of Bagdad, I type. He Is generous, amiable and tucky, with headquarters at Hender- to 1897 he was a member of Congress, Miss Ruth Hammon. Elmwood Mari,l(,- i, i.W IV lllJ DWIbll Tt.a i.nnb. UV... kWHO atni Vlll Goshen Miss Ethel sarvlhg in the Forty-nint- h to the vin Taylor. uhow there Is duo on said note $800 Ky.; Mr. Robert Jones, of Murray, (philosophical. Tho height in front or son.. There Is no capital stock. Erdlno Congress, inclusive. He Raines. Cool Sprlngs-i-Mls- s ,,n,i nwiiro.i infnrrat nninnntinir to Miss May Ward, of Georgetown, nnd his head Indicates sympathy and a ' Tho object of the organization, as Fifty-fourt- h Bunch. Union Hill Frank MUIer. $139.53. Tho credit of $700 Is ex- - little Miss Chlorls Stevens, ot Lou- desire to do good. The back of his Bet forth in its bylaws, ISjto represent will bo 75 years old on July S next. Sulphur Springs Miss Annie Carter. llalnod by an entry In tho Journnl," isvllle, nleco of tho bride, as flower head shows decision and firmness' of tho membership on the handling, gradPALO. Leaving Prentiss, Shultztown and and a "statement mado by L. Comln- - eirl. passed down tho stairway to tho character. Tho girl Is an out and ing and marketing of tobacco, and to Juno 9. Mrs. Cicero Whoberry South Beaver Dam to seleqt teachers largo ball, preceding the bride and out beauty. She demands attention j prepare same for the market. gor, an accountant employed by tho nor brother, tho Hov. Chester Stev; and is quick tempered and Impatl-- i Delegates from tho Stemming Dis- arrived home from Louisville Tues- later. aocloty." 1 p. m. Prayer by Prof. Andrew ens. They wero met in tho hall by ent. She Is much livelier and moro trict association, American Society of day where sIiq has been at the bed Tlio entry of March 31, 1912, says: Ross. Remarks by the chairman. temperamental than Allyn. The boy Equity, Green Hlver Tobacco Growers' sldo of her sick daughter. I'Ho Hov. L'ecii Stevens, tno groom 'Expneso (special), $700. "School Government" was discussMr. Pete Norrls, of Magan, was Mr. Jones, and tho Hov. 11. uoyeo is so niud like me that I am going association, and the Farmer's union, "To bills receivable: ed by Mrs. S. O. Keown and W. A. Sunday. Taylor, of Murray, tho latter speak- - to call him David." "(Note Georgo L. Sehon) $700." of tho organizations In this dis- In our midst last all Mr. W. L. White and son, Lester, Casebier. lng tho words whicli united two "Haven' the babies ever been trict In which tobacco growers are Mr. Comlugor explains: Mr. E. S. Howard gave an interot life's christened?" the reporter asked. attended court Tuesday. "At a meeting of tho Board of Kon- - hearts for the remainder were In attendance with, Dr. Gordon's black oyes sparkled. ' Master Joe Wlmsatt has the flux. esting talk on "Duties and Rights April Journey tucky Children's Home society. Tho new association Is to take 'the Mr. Wayne Lee and family wero of Pupils," followed by excellent talks "I wouldn't do such a foolish place ot these dlffferent organizations II. 1912. moved by Mr. Bullock anJ Immediately after tho ceromony re expenses, refreshments wero served and amid thing as to have them christened," Insofar as tho pooling of tobacco is tho guests of Mr. Tim Powers of by Aaron Ross and John Allen. sneonded. that Mr. Schon's "Should Agriculture be Taught In many ho exclaimed. "Bringing them up ' Sunday. their of amounting to $700, Incurred at Frank- - congratulations concerned. Thero were at least 1,000 Sunnydalo last Mrs. Josslo Duke of Dundee, was tho Rural Schools," was ably prefriends, tho young couple left for j8 all tho christening they'll get. I growers present, every county being fort, attending tho legislative session by E. G. Austin, Robt. JackIn tho interest of an Increased ap- -' Eastern Kentucy, where thkey will don't bellee In dabbling a little represented with the exception of the guest of her son, Mr. H. O. sented son, Harry Leach and Logan Smith. Duko last Sunday. society, bo credit' spend a month, after which they water over a child's forehead. It's Crittenden: liroprlatlon for our Mrs. Joo Miller who has boen visit- Mr. Austin spoke principally on tho 'senseless mummery. ed against his Indebtedness to tho will be at homo at Murray, Ky. Dr. D. A. Amos of Trigg county wa Tho bride was beautifully attired, I work for. I present and took an active Interest ing tho past three months In Chris- real value of commercial fertilizer. I want society." wuat . Mr. Jackson favors scientific farmtian county, lias 'returned homo. Mr. Goodpastor says that at tho in a gown of white charmouso over don.t nak God Almighty to bless my In tho meeting. Mrs. Alford, of Hartford, was tho ing as a means of restoring roplet-c- d Inspection, January 10, satin and a veil, and carried n show- - cuu,ren j expect to bless thorn time of his It ,1s thought that a majority of, the soli. Mr. Leach gave an excelguest of her son, Mr. Andrew Alford, bouquet of whlto roses and llllles n,y8elf jn Mxer words. I am a v growers 1913. tho minutes containing this on-'In tho district will' soon be lent talk upon conservation of the of Sunnydalo last week. or signed, of tho valley, Tho bridesmaids were Honallst. and I propose that my1 In tho. now association. had not been recorded Mrs. Sallle Renfrow and children Lsoll, Mr. Smith thinks it Is only a fre0 "Your examiner also Inquired as to attired in yellow satin and" carried chudron BUall grow up t0 rq went to Owensboro last Saturday to matter of a few years when item-- ( whlto roses. Tho groom woro tho conmatters, religious and thlukors in all Going Steadily Down. whether Mr. Sehon lias filed an will bo taught in rural see her husband, who is at work In Tho color scheme, 8ecuiar- Izod exponso account, covering this ventional black. agitation on wool has The schools. nxnondlturo of $700. and was Inform- - yellow and white, was tastefully car-- l nvr th, , already Tariff the price of wool, lni that city. forced Mr. J. A. Leach gave some pracMary White was the guest of decorations-- and tho twQ d by tho secretary, Miss Mayer, that rled out in the j go they Colorado down several cents a pound. ' Mrs. that her aunt, Mrs. Jane Maden last Sat- tical Ideas on' "Tho Teacher's Reladoems icos. jhavo noyer eyen j ho had not. Your oxamlner indigestion. I Over In the Mancos valley a Boston urday. im- tion to the Parent." this expenditure of $700 an unwar- - This event marks the most to. Iee,ng that - confno "Mutual Duties of the Parent and in their life. An- food contaJn- - tho l)roper chemlcal buyer the other day was advised byl Our Sunday school Is progressing extravagance, and ono that is portant jnlle-ston- o ranted his house to withdraw all offers of was discussed by Prof. x calculated to throw an unjust sus-- ( other homo is made, a now start in con8tUuentSi ,et Naturo rpgulate 13 cents. Last year the price was 1C nicely at Marvin Chapel. preached a Teacher" Ross, followed by J. M. Brown, E. Rev. Bally, of Roslne, is commenced under the most upon our last general assomb-.llf- e piclon amount Tney eat llko two mti0 and 17 conts. The big sheep rats- -' very , ablo sermon last Saturday night G. Austin and Mr. Park. ly. And 1 wish to condemn, in o favorable conditions and olrcum-ers In that section declare they aro at Pak school bouse. The ."Teacher's- - Roward" by Mr. 7 8ure that u doca terms, the practice of us- - stances. Tho Republican wishes them uncertain going out of business it wool is plac-- 1 ' Mr. Park and Mr. Dunk Berry wero Casebier was Instructive. Ho thinks long life and bespeaks for thorn much . lng part of an appropriation, mado AHyn weigh sUteen pounds. II. ou uu mo wcu list u) Luiisrvos. In Sunnydalo last Saturday. ono roward is that the teacher has regret that Ihoy w fcy the stato. to maintain a lobby to happiness. We unds ho Nearly a million pounds havo already I W. L. White wont to. Dukehurst tho consciousness of being engaged to r weigh a fourteen not remain among us to cas thplr increase that aproprlatlon" lk . n an beeu shipped from thr.t section. In last Thursday on business. In a useful and honorable calling, good In .UrtJMa e say8 tho Little Citizen, a paper leavening inl.uence for tho Mack section tho wool growers i "Alius ot our School" was well published by tno society, wub prunuu wiuimuiiii,( SMALLH0US walking a great deal." aro claiming that tho prlco of wool presented by Mrs. Samautha Acton. ana ad lUolf to bo -- r e ul it Is steadily going down as tho reJuno 9. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pendlo-toAs the twins were born premature At Uio conclusion of the pro A " vises that it bo discontinued. In 19U Kansas, and mother, Mrs. Jpo gram a Teachers' and Trustees As ly and only weighed five pounds sult ot free wool talk by Presldont i, bvb. it lot SS76.68. and in 1912' Tho Ohio County Union of tho A. too,' Robertson were In our midst Friday sooiatlon was organized for Divis.. S. of E. will convene at the court each at blrti the reporter asked tho Wilson and when It comes they, i io! 6i ' s of Mr. Bpb Fulkerson and ion No. 6. 1913. doctor If he had not .been forced to are going out of tho sheep- Industry. tho guq-tHe says the society purchased'four house In Hartford Juno the 27th going to get what it family. They were also guents oX Colorado Is Is AH locals should bo represented as keep them alive --aUtlrst. buildings In Louisville, "and It A spalned ankle may as a rule bo Pueblo Suni Mrsi Weaver Hocker, the occasloa "Among other things, they were voted for begin preparation evldenfthat they were purchased wlttf now Is tuo time to1913 being a surprise birthday dinner for cured In from three to tour days by tobacco crop.- - fed ou brandy and sugar and water," day Opinion. for handling the the sUte's money. The title to this applying Chamberlain's Liniment and Mrs. Hocker. Doctor Qortdn, smiling.' nronerty Is vested In the society and . and other very Important, .business admitted Sunday school Is progressing nice- observing the directions with each Help some girl or boy win the tine ... I... LXi. "But that was discontinued as soon win wmi ifor the body. ly at Smallhous church with Mr. Op- - bottle. For sole by all defter. L. B. TICHENOR, Pres. 'as they grew strong enough to take. Shetland Pony and outfit. nHe suggests that if the state con- eighty-one-year-o- ld y, cg 1-- M I 7 "J Bcn-Hur- ,:,, eighty-one-year-o- ld - j Frankfort, Ky., June 9. James B. McCrcary, Governor of Kentucky, to night announced himself an entrant In the raco for the Democratic Unit ed States senatorial nomination, to bo decided In the August primary of 1914. Tho most formidable contenders that the Governor will have to faco aro former Gov. J. C. W. Beckham, who will begin an active canvass soon ,and Congressman Owsley Stan-eof tho Second Kentucky District, who opened his campaign at Glasgow soveral weeks ago. Gov. McCreary says ho never expected to ask for the suffrage of tho peoplo again. Over his own wishes, he declares, hundreds of Dem ocratic friends have persuaded him that he Is the only man to beat a "united organization of Progressives and Republicans." Ho says that Woodrow Wilson only carried Kentucky by a majority of 1,300 votes Notice. over the combined votes accorded Roosevelt and Taft. He points out The A. S. of E. Stock Commltteo-wll- l ship stock from Beaver Dam that his own majority In the election of 1911 was 31,000. He adds:' June 23. AH those having stock to "I feel that I can state with cer- ship will please notify the Committee. tainty, that if I am nominated, I H. T. PORTER, will bo elected United States Sena S. L. STEVENS', tor." L. B. TICHENOR, The Governor, contrary to custom, 47t3. Committee. takes decided stand on certain things. For Instance, he says: "The people must rule and monopolies TRUSTEES AND must be dethroned. The power of the special Interests must be destroyed." TEACHERS MEETING Ho devotes considerable attention to tho taxing problem. He says the burden must be more equitable dis- Profitable and Pleasant Day tributed. The currency laws, he avers, must bo revised "and all other Just Spent At Greenbriar and needed reforms, set forth In the national Democratic platform, - must Gathering. bo complied with." 'I ( i $ life-wo- rk .,..ii ..- . cd I I er ra-ir- agr-cultu- w-n- I oura alJr g, iio. """ n, i, :l J Free-Trad- e. 44 s fir r I ( ! COURIER - JOURNAL l For 1913. You can not keep posted on current t FEED FOR THE YCUHG LAMBS Ij 3 BB8BBESBBeJMSBBe Ll events unless you read the .Vhtartrai It Excellent tsCegln With, Sajr FljiVmjtttr Give Exer cite and Pasture. holds that for is raoit excel-s- t to !eu: lth. iid after they be-nrocrer tie bra ihoald te ixe4 r3ils eora seal la ejaI qor-ert- . He cr oau thxt c,t ct-al- , hta tier caa eat It. itosld te added o balaxce tie ratios for oat ii near-a baUsced food JUelf. After ere -- P a UtUe tiey m shell their If rirea to tiea oa lie cob rb Jaabs tiat are to be raised oa ie fars sioald cot be forced to t-pleatr cf food, but Tier --be srais ratios sioald be ssiall aad so cora tiodd be used. Tier should 1 Eirea jJestr of exercise aad aa licadisce of good pasture If possible. Core tetds to fattea and will projects tscertala brw-dr-s of short sea-oa- Wicathraa aid oats are prob-ibl- r safest tsaterials of food tie 1. Whea tie grass be-siat can be strorptr asd good la the sprlog. traia feedlac is not seeded for thoie aiabs tiat are to reaia oa tie fars. tad cslr tie ccra will resiaia as tie 2rr feed ratioa for tie arlet laabs. Tie grass is better tiaa aar otier sitretoas focd. A COURIER- - JOURNAL J.yn.svin.K, Kv. HKNI'.Y WATERSOX, Editoi: Zri ArrHOACH TO HALL O- - PHLOSOPHY CHAUTACS'-- A. CHAUTALSUA INSTITUTtOX Jv. Y. a t MC KUJH Ubj wbeatbraa u;i xe T WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L tfMlfcSMIHMtfflMflMiflSrafcJkM-fl- r. on AND V cc-e- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for -- to es $ 1 . 5 O. Regular price of Weekly Courier-JournS'1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or al BUSINESS SLOCK. JUHUN6BI Ctaa Th wi, rri rra. w is tie saiare ChastArri sosiewii; wxi i . Pr.ra- -, a A-- mm" ie fSHIrtrKirs isr. a rtiu. Jsr -- PES33LA. AN3 CENTRAL PLATA. CHAUTACSL'a arr VJuc 1- Brrrr g'air . I , -- - 3J. jjjTT T? 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Jj To bild ap good beef pare-ire-d eatUe sires of type axd breed desired. Mate liese with ceaaoa ccwt. if better cows of hredJx are sot araiitbie Sare the a fezaaie caJres which taost eloseir to tie desired oeef trpe. to taate ties-- with geci. purebred bcH aad taxe tie best feaale offsprixg as before. Altioagh total rcrirj- - of Mood wiU aerer be obtalaed. ir ctt czAr coa:roa cr grade com Ca0 a ierd of Arrtcal-tr- l To Get Advantage of This pf coa-fonCoa-Urae Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. kjtim-- B:w. :i - Ia-- 'r a-- Fc-jt- - .. THE DAILY i tcciptl ?l4xa?rs. -- " it Ki-o- a. v1ay'"S" S- - 'j 21 ani Aij 2 Jfr. l2xai Aiss: 3 t 5 Saiio5 Ciarles IX or r'ic." CAATpi&n Shrtom. "KXixzLj. Pr?te3?i.Tt riKCpAl Bssi-5- ? 3 t? J Dr TV "n"i2iiios. T Powers Era:c recfcil. CiK-ri- . JGss BSti Siiy 52 ais Aarrt of Kiciifxa. Z&ci Tiiri BirtiK wr aixStiJe for foasdatioa stock. of Ntsir21e. Teii. Aujvrt 4 t 5 Kr EtrJ Brraes of ei-- oeaared type caa be cbtalaed aad tJ ts t Dr H. K Pwrs sJ K Baj izrbscrsof tie riepinaseii a Tcrii of gxod ilorg tie iiae of la t Tie "Kainxrr' at '.fvrsti Btr?;-.- '" AJirej.f is JJr 2 Dr. rrvirriri V Flsier af Prrciialosr xii of tie proTezaest cxa be acoKapUihed. rrex-Sccsxiinjt fjTE;irs: of tie of ii Carta-arcSaxiaer Ssictsj Jeecrr Jrij it. Is fc3etr balls for lijisfitiaa. Six series aa Tie IeTtJrjiaat of ih cioru-- frsss tie Tie Snafet"s AsnroJ TsvarJ Piiix-Pii5- c beef breeds. - Xsnl XitrreJ i rcre. Tie Paxij Htk J Q Pirfps .ites eiKC Cx3Eti-tir: Saortiora. Hereford. i ri. T Pawers Mr. aai tit 2s7:r Osca.. cf Tie i.r-.Asgas aai GaUowaj. Tie WeAt reoui Titi; Girritt.'- HigxAXtd bred is alio ciasAed with Ai,-- rt 5 ad J Xr Ei.aai Taac cartie. The Poled IariAS saay " restlls. be ciijjd wtti tie Siortioras, aad I Cosie i rrrrerjjcj of CaMor-ai- tie Poled Hereford wtti tie cf Dxj iJir-M; -t .t ?t ict"lr:raiassi ?eire rnrari Werfer H.: - -- 31! - - N- Arj - P-;- tvf "Wcora's Otbs-taer- i: rie lti-sa- s LOUISVILLE HERALD : bre-edla- g lastimt. .. 5-- . - Reii-SoKe- a s-- Pre-sa- Hrcae.-Sccix- Hra , yi, iti iii e Pe-iis- r r Frta-Citri- rr e Sv-g- ( :j -- Enjoys the largest circulation in Ken- !lr.i Aaabei--dees- . --,- iHtt. 1&r . W t -- r 1- - - 2riir tie "i.e? OSJ ""orii jr tie New. Ti Aij.: 7 Aari-t-t o - i! A tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. a. 2&?izr?- - i'fe rf-- 5, . - t'. "ss. . ? ji' , -- i?x::T?3E?; r. . -.- - - -- 5i -i. j-- -- t " fc' J.'Ai r.v ' u. ,x.t "N A'rs'Ti-iA,- .:t s " ? -- ' r"-'J- I "sjR-saB--- r sYLI?--Z.'2- ' fArsaer. wio raises I'M xxd fW i?cs eTerx rear. jatt tixt iis bogs iArv tcraed iato jlertiSc'' rcssisg cs alfalfa pAstar Aij 5 Pr3ies Gww E. Vis-M- i' ;cc-"of Abcrt ose eAr of wxi as ares-AgGrxxre Etij t54res. K. aors ;ir day rxta tie last six weeKs. AriK .S t SS 2uic? V st. Cttatfiiar of CiiatiacEt vies iier Are girts all tie oora tier is Aiditios to alfalfA. This Jrr3Esai iscr fArsvsr. wis sesss. to fcjew his ii.; i does sot pastcre so ALjrrt J ta Tjr?rC I 3L Scnarir-ta- a sat Xew Turk Lccxr iMlj. Vat tiAt ie is Able to gel two H.'-- s -s snGre--e lie Greit Tr.zr is iiii sasxtixot-- tire rattixg per an-u- a frosa tiexs xsd ties will arerage 1 to a fcttle over a ts f Prsi Stsmea DL trees tiree-csAru- rs Stisi-arieCieXarzail Los ;er cxtiisg- - Sooe iraiss la tilt Px. Serifc of Scicci. vr ie-re- Ea BtSfT- Jir Hesarj ins 5 Mr Nr rsx Ciew. Sis firar of tie Cbn.r St. Tiz Pa. Cii-a;- e Fni-sUPr:ieu Siiare tie ftiT.t H; on AMaMA. NEWS WHEN IT IS NEWS llesides giving the public the mct reliable market roports us well as general news. The Herald's special features make among Louisville newspaper. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles which are now runuinc serially in the Herald entitled: pre-emine- nt ir e jasa. icii xJtrtsi ra ta basi-a&t-- s. i i s Ai.-ri.-- Wt - Csr. IS On Board lie Good Ship Eanl to Ai-jir-t THE SA-riE- SS, CHAVTAaS'-- X, CNSTmrrZCi. CHAUTA'-C-- A, Ji. Y. growisg ssoet. Scaae peojJe of tie KS t,v irritij scskisI sever gire tt a siS-f- r H.wrsi,.5!ts Tar ti?tsf. tioTgss. It ar It wfU ti e that .2 ! A- -i tS Prsd C Air-rtcsrss ccirrespoiaa wjth tielr NeC ci vrs? Virjssn. Cslr3rr sJSA4iJrs2 saecsois. Tie kind f reaiuis. rarirx ts ftfi lie grawlsg stock is oae Avjist 17 v 2i Ir Jtis T5xttXT ore;iDSed of as T.fry dtferest ilads . 5 Frttjz-rjj- z ri graiu as tt is jcuaible of ti to get. Ciirci f. Crrt.r Wbtre tie few Is ax issed ea, scat Awr.-J- t Of TT'lfl fool scst b ati IJ Str. CiArie had. Jtejje ci New- - Terx Ti-- CSrrei trzhttz ha ti--e fora of awxt scrtps or asS Libsr"" PesiAjis silk Ss tie better. Asrst TJ Ad 25 Drr G Cis;M Greea sappiied, txxst Also s Mortis of Lipsiec Ttxst tCaaa." aits grcwixg At all oasta. Lxrr Asrat Sinrtxer Preafesi ?CitesxI 9f Asaeriar t tr Mr. Te5-kt- " S:ry losn. Prti. C Tf sot sgJtS tie ratioa of tie Te Crcmfej Str-ck-. lt2 : : all who subscribe now. Hack numbers of those articles free on request tir The Louisv ile Daiy H erad AND s-e- Fri ?rr 'I e ll;i "B KBIMfc TrMf T"IM 'flfjBBasSisttSltM. UlSl ., COTTAGES A.T CHAUTAUQUA IhSTmmON. CHAUTAUQUA. N. Y. icr Yoasg Meatfcc Laer sVeMn. 25 Gsrtczc? Ai4ijA. O. V CXA JIlSTTf ivxAA. gcod Xece ertArt cf M5ssca. SB Mir U U- lid a tee d 2 Prcf. GniAst Tajlar ysi'mr tut KaiM U lOasisx mat aa Saby LH Cwascss ! Pxticsc Whk Vh Ruet 'Arraie ct ti A tn pitJeAoe sar brisg tie mat Ci'srci Towxri 5cii Eris it Is iope-leass a2 rgst. 5t U Auavst IS and 2 Pnd TCKxs fee- few raaU ar 13 ft at - riiTecffcr -- Dr. MacDaaali cf Erowrrer worti axjIxaas eres tier GresfeH as His LAicxirr Msaca." large AAfstreifc exles It 21 Cct Geccf VC Baia ed asaj t!j Aur-aMAi. Liisr.c. Kr "Tie Sif S5J C be .Tat.- Avy.n Saest cf il tie ass Cs-cx-ra 2 GsaiAS So-csa- r tst Ep i The Hartford Republican Both One Year for Only Xo suWoviption van bo taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or eity where that paper U delivered by earner ot. ts - h A.iat Ssif Subscribe Now Subscribe Now , , Ait ir arr t. vr u This offer to'uooi, for a few days only. utjn ' 5" .fnqBjr, W. MM!1. Jl IIUUI BJ!itUtUl I M. W!XUU l'lgWI . .iH. ? fUE MOST PRECIOUS The Hand Tells the Truth. Tho great Creator made our souls when Ho ninilo tho unhorse. That Indestructible self nover dies. Wo nre nil a lmrt of tho wholo great selicnio. always, In many forms I Wo havo lived in many bodies, on many planets. Look In your Ulblo and you will find references to tho subject of reincarnation and palmistry, which Indicate an understanding of those truths, and ought to awaken respect In tho Christian mind for these topics. I All tho old books of sacred lore, all tho Bibles, speak of palmistry. Koincarnatlon as a fact, bcllovlng it to bo a fact, it gives mo renewed reverence for tho Creator to see how Ho hus placed a history of past Incarnations In the left hand, and how-Hhas Indicated by tho right, oven in an Infant, tho probable tendene) of a joung life In this plane of existence. Dut as wc grow nnd develop y, c''aeo tho llnca of this right ,hnnd. Tho left does not change.' The left is, as wc might say, tho ledger of past lhcs, and the right is the ledger wc are now keeping. It records with unerring certainty your mental, moral, physical growth or degeneration. You can train your eyes, your voice, your manner, jour lips to hide and conceal facts. You cannot train your hand. It will tell the truth. Just as tho little necdlo of tho barometer Is telling the changes of temperature second by second, so your mind la telling its thoughts in jour hand. Mind makes character. Character makes destiny. National Magazine. I Y ftftftftftftAAftftj ftftAAftftftjSdftftaftftftjSftt & n TEXT IN THE BIBLE pHow Differently It Reads From What We Once Supposed Says Pastor Russell, Unintentionally We Rend Errors Into Our Bibles Our Eyes Were Dimmed by "Dark A(jes" Smoke The Fog Lifts God's Qlory Begins to Appear. The Bible Shines Its Truth Is the Balm of Qllead Poor Discouraged Humanity Needs Just Such a God. Shortly Ha Will Wipe Away All Tears. I 49 (kTTIyf' wkLiJ:..,:' :li,i,,:.itSf. MOVABLE RACK METHODS OF MARKING SHEEP In Use UnIdentification Brands-Nosatisfactory Account of Injury 4i i This is Your Chance to Cut the Cost r byActingNow ? ? f i 0 ti ? FOR FEEDING ? f THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 Built on Runnero, It May Be Movec About at Pleasure, Keeping It In Sheltered Spot. used 2 by 8a for tho runners ol this movable rack, 2 by 4s for the rcsl of the frame, and 1 by 4s for slats. Foi length and size, tho rack may bo built to suit the needs of the feeder. Th feed boxes In mine are 1C inches wld and 1G Inches deep, with a solid bot torn to prevent loss of feed, wrltei Willis Wolft of Meade, Kan., In tht Farmers' Mall and Breeze. Hlngec" tlds cover the feed box when not in use. We feed alfalfa In this rack and as wo usually do not let stock have al' they want we can drop the covert I & n year & & i J FARM AND RANCH HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE - $1.00 ayear $1.00 a year 0 o 0 i 0 0 o Done to Wool. W 9 ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1.75 ? W 9 ? Pasadena, Cal. Juno 15. Pastor Itusscll Bpokc hero jHj Bar As fA this afternoon and evening. Ills even lug sermon we report His text was. "God so loved the world that IIo gave Ills only begotten Sou, that whosoever bcllev cth In Him should IPASIOR. RUSSELL not perish, but have everlasting life," (John 3:10.) Ho said: This text by some has been styled "tlifl most precious text In tho Itlble." To tread It is to be 'tilled with tho thought of the bin which has marred God's fair creation. Then comes tho Drives Off a Terror. reviving announcement of mercy, Tho chief executioner of death In through the Son of God. our Savior, through a work which He alone could winter and spring months Is pneu accomplish for us a raco of sinners monia. Its advance agents are colds and grip. In any attack by one of condemned to death. Forcefully the Pastor pointed out these maladies no time should be lost that onco Christian people, even Mule In taking tho best medlclno obtain students, misunderstood this text, and able to drhe It off. Countless thousread It as though It said that God so ands have found this to be Dr. King's loved the world us to keep them from Discovery. "Jly husband believes perishing, in order that tho elect few New pneumight look over the battlements of It has kept him from having monia thrco or four times," writes t writhing Heaven nnd sec the in torture unable to perish forced to .Mrs. George W. Place, Itawsonvllle, live, that by tbclr sufferings they Vt, "and for coughs, colds and croup might entertain tho moro fortunate, we havo never found its equal." Guar who were guaranteed bliss to the full. anteed for all bronchial affections. What right did wo ever have, said Price 50 cts. and $100. Trial bottle the Pastor, thus to put Into the mouth free at 11 druglsts. of our Savior, as our creeds have done, words which lie never uttered words Want One Thing, Vote for Another. which are very untrue indeed, a blasThe distress of Louisiana In. this phemy against our Maker! matter of sugar ought to be an ob Through the Fog. Light 8hines to any community whose We are not faulting our forefathers, ject lesson aid the Pastor. Hnd we been In their Industries are dependent on Protecplaces, we would, have been aa con- tion for their existence, it was re fused as tbey, and we might have In- peatedly declared by Democrats duretc. And ing the campaign that they had no dulged in heretic-burninbad they lived In our wonderful day Intention of enacting Tariff legislaof great light, knowledge, education. tion that would "destroy any legiti Bibles, etc., doubtless they would have mate Industry." Now they tako the bad as noble ideas as ourselves position that only those Industries Jhp proprieties of Christian ffJld Divine conduct and Love and arc "legitimate" that do not require Justice. The Bible tells us that Satan Protection. Citizens who believe in and bis fallen angels. are responsible Protection, but who vote the Demofor those terrible "doctrines of cratic ticket, are playing directly Into which htre given thinking peo- tho hands of their Industrial enemy. ple such horror and driven so many Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. away from God Into unbelief. Let us rejoice in the light of this Could Shout for Joy. better Day. Let us become Bible stu"I want to thank you from the dents In the highest sense of the term. bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Never before hnB there been such an Rader, of Lewlsburg, W. Va., "for opportunity for knowing the real teach- the wonderful double benefit I got ing of God's Book. We have Bibles, curing mo concordances, helps, nnd general edu- from Electric Bitters, in cation which permits us to study these. of both a severe case of stomach Our forefathers labored against lack trouble and of rheumatism, from of education, time, Bibles nnd good ar- which I had boen an almost helpless tificial light' Surely the wonders of sufferer for ten .years. It suited my our day Indicate that the New Day is case as though made Just for me." upon us, that the sunlight of Messiah's For dyspepsia, indigestion, Juandlce, Kingdom will soon break forth through and to rid tho system of kldnoy every cloud! poisons that cause rheumatism, ElecWhat tht Word "Perish" Means. "per tric Bitters havo no. equal. Try When we think of It. the word Is guarantcod to ish" contains not tho remotest sugges- them. Every bottlo druggists. tion of Ore or torture. In our igno- satisfy. Only 50 cents at all wo read that meaning Into this rance and similar texts. Look critically at our text It corroborates tho account Cure- - for Epilepsy In Genesis 3, as explained by St Paul Finds By one man's In Jtomans 5:12-1of Suffering sin entered the world, nnd After Years so death "My daushtcr was afflicted with death as a result of sin, and passed upon all men, because all are epllcptlo fits for three years, the attacks coming every few weeks. We employed heredity. slnners-- by penalty has been carrying several doctors but they did her no This death good. About a our race to tho tomb for six thousand year ago wo Scriptural declaration Is 'years. would Imve perished hoard of Dr. that oj Nenlne, Miles' no future existence would) nnd It certainly any a Je brute had It not a Apnsslon, "The great has proved our been 1 blessing to e loved us while wo Lore ' Epheslans 2:4, C. little girl. She Is were now apparently ' tell us tbnt the Oth or cured and Is endeatbj )a a Ransom-price- , penalty joying the best price orresplding to the It Is of health. upon Adam and his race. By providover a year since she has had a an equivalent price for the ing fit We cannot against Adam, God can be Just In speak too highly releasing us from the death penalty. of Dr. Miles' Nervine." MRS. FRANK ANDERSON. All Saved From Perishing. Comlrey, Minn. The simple proposition of the Bible Thousands of children in the as Adam nnd all of bis race Is that legally perished, so they have all been United States who are suffering legally redeemed from that perished from attacks of epilepsy are a death being the Sat burden and sorrow to their parents, condition-Jes- us' isfaction-price- . Because of this re- who would give anything to restore demption the Bible assures us there la health to the sufferers. to be a resurrection of the dead, both Dr. MOW Notum of the Just and of the unjust The Bible further assures us that the' is one of the best remedies known resurrection of mnnklnd must wait un- for this affliction. It has proven til the completion of the Church of beneficial in thousands of cases used it have Christ Then the Second Coming of and those who have St. It is not greatest faith, in CUHst will be in order, that Ee may, the"cure-aH- ," but a reliable remedy His Church with Himself as the a exalt You need nervous diseases. reigning Power, the Spiritual Seed of for hesitate to give it a trial promised net Abraham; which God has If the ftt y aH Druaslets. SeW shall be exalted to glory for the very settle falls to tones your atesfty la pujpose of blessing all the families of returnee. Is the glori- MILKS HUICM. BO, Hfchsrt, la. the earth the son-eleous Messianic Klsgdem non-e!6," The means prevailing at the present tlmo for tho marking of sheep for the purposo of Identification Is unsatisfactory for tho reason that the coal tar or pitch solution which Is made uso of has a serious effect on the wool not only where the mark has been made on tho hair, but all that which Is being put through tho cleansing process at that time. Such wool brings a decreased price. Tho National Society of Agriculture of Prance has been Investigating the matter and tho report of those appointed to do the work contains the following: It has been proposed to uso anallne colors, but this Is even worse, slnco the colors do not merely oil tho fleece, but actually dye It. Other means aro not lacking, notably hat of tattooing the car of the sheep. Also, n small metallic plate can bo fastened In tho car, as is done with African sheep to prove that they have been "clavcllzed," 1. e., inoculated with the special serum which combats their dangerous and contagious eruptive malady, rot or scab. Tho Syn-dicChamber of Commerce and Industry advises the employment of a color composed of Unseed oil, essence of turpentine and Prussian blue or similar color. It recommends marking on nose, forehead or nape of neck. TO THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year 49 4? tf BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1.50 4 49 43 43 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year & 0 0 e BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1.50 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 of Having made a special arrangement with the publishers of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the publications you ought to have. All three publications are well worth the regular subscription price andjye consider ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this very low combination rate. c to & Ptl 0 43 43 43 43 43 i 0 4 43 43 0 43 43 43 43 Send Your Order to c HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, g oK 43 W9ZWWWWWWfWm9WW9WW Fear Blight. Pear blight, or fire blight, is caus- Farms for Sale and Oil Leases to Let. ARRANGE A CATTLE POKE Obstacle In Throat of Animal May Be Forced Into Stomach by Use of Rubber Hose. When cattle or horses choke take a rubber hose about Ave feet long, and with this you can force the obstacle down In the stomach without hurting the beast. I give a cut of a stanchion poke to put on unruly cattle, says a writer in the Rural New Yorker. Similar In style to the stable stanchion. Take a r scantpiece of ling: bore two holes six inches apart h h three-quarte- Hi i i ) lxltf i 1 Cattle Poke, and one In front to put a pin one foot long. The upright standards are 3Va inch, feet long, size about or round poles to extend above upper crossplece about a foot The standards are driven in the block below, the upper piece Is bolted on and spread according to thickness of neck. Making Cob Charcoal. One of the cheapest and best rel- "o ishes for hogs of all ages and sizes Is cob and bone charcoal. Some dry day rake together all the cobs, no matter how dirty. Dig a Bhallow pit, start a Are with some shavings, and gradually bury It with cobs without smothering It Put In the old bones that have been lying around. Let tho pile smolder until all the cobs are charred through, but above all things don't let the cobB burn so aa to crumble. Throw on a bushel of oats the last thing, and when charred pour on water. Salt down and scatter to cool. This Is a relish that will make a little pig hit daddy. Exercise the Brood Mare. . Moderate exercise Is essential to the brood mare while carrying her foal. Work which Is free from special risk of accident Is quite compatible of the mare and with the foetua. Though some mares work up to within a few hours of foaling and do well, It Is advisable that work should be gentle and not continued be yond the tenth month,. On removal of the brood mare from work It la highly Important that she should have the opportunity of exercise up to the time of her foaling. well-doing y Generous Feed for lew. The Incessant and continuous drain on a brood sow, when suckling a large Utter of pigs, Is such a drain on her system that it creates an appetlto that will require generous feeding for the good of the sow, pigs and the man that contemplates getting quick returns from them. heep Industry. that there harp Census reports-shofceM no material changes In the eheop Industry ha the last 10 years. Worthless dogs are largely responsible for the sheep ladvw- than slew growth ing .considerable loss to orchard own I have several farms for sale, with Peed Rack and Divider. ers at the present time. This scourge oil rights. Also have oil and gas whenever necessary1. Do not build the of pears, apples and plums Is known rights for sale on many farms in and sides of the rack too slanting or you will have to push the feed down. The by a variety of names, as blossoms around Beda. UDner drawlne shows the divider in- - blight, twig blight, fire blight, fruit ELI WESLEY, 1.1a ilwt ...If rPtita malfA. a Bolf. blight, canker, etc. Route 3, Hartford, Ky. feeder of the rack. By having the The symptoms are too well known Cumberland 'phone, 43tf rack built on runners it may be moved about, so as to keep It In a dry shel- to most orcbardlsts. The most strik-- 1 tered spot all the time. lng symptom is the twig or limb be-- 1 ing covered with brown leaves, con TEETH SHOULD BE EXAMINED trasting sharply with the bright green HAVE YOUR SUITS Veterinarian Should Be Consulted foliage of surrounding branches. In winter It Is recognized by the pres Where Owner le Not Competent ence of the brown leaves adhering Feed Must Be Chewed. to the affected branches. The leaves A great many of the troubles of the look as if they had been scorched by and Dyehorse come when the owner thinks fire and it Is from this that the ing he is treating him the best In winter name fire blight was originated. when there is little work and the Ladies work given The disease Is due to bacteria that horse Is turned out to pasture, or to enter the tender parts to the tree. an alfalfa stack. There are a number of points to keep in mind when, dis- These bacteria live over winter In Cleaned posing of the .horse for the wlntei. the cankered areas found on the says a Colorado bulletin. Repaired. trunks and limbs of trees affected First of these is the condition of his the previous season. During the Work called teeth. Remember, If he has" been liv- blooming period they are carried ing largely on chop feed, or other cankered areas to the grain that requires little mastication, from these flowers by bees and various other Club $1.00 that his teeth may not be in condition The bacteria work down to handle the roughage of the pasture Insects. of hay which la through the flower Into the host and or the ty usually fed to horses that are not cause the dying twigs as noticed on Hartford Pressing dill), working. He may be the affected trees. The fact that the and not able to bite off the grass. bacteria work entirely within the Y. M. C. A. BLDG., The teeth should by all means be host explains why It cannot bo con examined by a veterinarian, if the HARTFORD, KY. any- - spray or wash that owner is Incapable. Rough feed must trolled by prop- may be applied be well chewed before it can be There are two methods of controll- erly digested. lnc tho disease In affected trees. The cut out and burn all disHOGS IMMUNE FROM CHOLERA first Is to eased branches, and tho second is College of Agriculture of University to keep trees growing slowly. AND CURE THE LUNGS It Is absolutely necessary that tho of Wisconsin Has Herd to Sebe gone over several times orchard cure Serum From. ilurlnir thn ivlntpr nnd all susnlclous "Over there aro several pigs that branches removed. If his practice Is have been vaccinated. You can't give carefully followed there will bo no them hogs cholera," said Dr. Beach affected limbs left to act as sources of the college of agriculture of the trees University of Wisconsin. "If anyone of infection in tho spring. Tho has cholera among his pigs and wants should also be watched very closely a demonstration of the value of vac- during tho growing period and tho AND ALL THROAT AMD LUN8TR0J18LCT. cination, I'll send him one of those diseased branches cut out whonover GTJABANTEED SATISFAGXOJftYl pigs or the state will send serum to noticed. Every treo should be InOS MONEY B.VYVWDXD. Immunizo a couple of susceptiblo pigs spected at least once a week during to put among tho sick ones to demontho growing season, beginning first strate the value of the serum as a as 'soon as tho blossoms begin to preventive." with THE The college maintains a herd far fall. It is a good plan to rub off tho hands from tho trunks and main 8EWINQ out on the field beyond the barns, where pigs are given cholera In order limbs, all blossoms, fruit spurs and MACHINK to get their diseased blood for use watersprouts as soon as they start. OF In vaccination. with tho QUALITY.1) This will prevent tho formation of all limb and body cankers and savo Gestation Period of Ewes. a great deal of work another season. The gestation period of the ewe, or limb Is removed, cut NOT the time she carries her lambs, Is be- Whenever a BOLD 145 and 160 days on the aver- at least six to ten Inches below the tween age. Ewes bred in the middle of Oc- blighted area as to avoid any chance UNDER ANY tober are due to lamb In the middle of tho disease starting anew. of March a good time for lamba jto All the tools used In removing the OTHER NAME. come If good shelter is available It branches should bo thoroughly disshelter Is poor, however, It Is better infected after a cut Is made. For this WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. for the lambs to come the last of purpose crude carbolic acid or alcohol March. A tried ram Is of great value If yon purchase the MKW MSJUB you wiU may be used In Insuring the tlmo for the Iambs to aawt at the yrUe'yea'piy, and will The "treo doctor" who claimB to have a lift radical ehshi'ef refato. arrive. It Is a great disappointment - not have aa to have lamba coming for a period of be able to prevent blight by lnocu' VRRaaaaaaaeaBRV latttng trees with some patent com six weeks. pound should not be given a chance Conservative Hog Raising. to try his art. It la a fake, as there The farmer who has a nice bunch is no remedy that has prov of bogs la one that rides la autoed effectu.il. In many cases harm mobiles and has a city bank account. come from its use. If the diseas When the price of hog flesh soars has termers over the country begin to ed areas are carefully removed and mm w t breed their hogs, but by the time they destroyed and tho trees kept from hi ihit. , sure any piga to place on the market growing too rapidly the disease may .i to"iuv yoa watawliiaktae,xriU fcr, If there is a slump due to the. Increased be kept in control. ear Iatti t catalocue batere yea'poichaae. lupply. Keep a few hoga all the Usee, J. 11. CARMODY, s&4 do uot heeeate asenuje4. Aae't. Horticulturist. Cleaned i Pressed Repairing neatly done. special attention. and Hats delivered. month. for and rate per poor-quali- parrot-mouthe- d KILLthe COUCH Dr. King's New Discovery F0RC8i!Si",jS,. anti-seru- NEW HOME jsfclifc-Ji..4r?- jy i fcw. Hartford Republican. : J TTie . .j-- -. - coal fields of Keatnciiy sfcoald (mwrxi wr3B to litv ' PunMCco h w position t profit fey any ta-rn.t f ts il sire I- - . -erwU(rf a rfaaad for Aaserttaa weX There seeew bo reason to taAI exortAttes wW T , NCY FOsTER A 3asball Dope. i $ ? thc slunla' far ahead of many game be .....v on bis? warn- - in tne large aoiui'jn and Itaznes filay. ' ... T ' ?'"",,,MMi, I tt tM m torn, win try It RerGrt, that fast wninty t with Hartford Ohio sOur Boys of jS? To-d- ay ti T rfr jk f' 3ITC3 A44rM 'aH ccaiaiiiiJcaiiGC Ci Hartford Repubfleaa. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS t4.tr ars iacreaata; already. Soq of the al fVfct of ta OW World am a- - The Hale contest of kail pJajli- - Seatfay afternoon Harf'rd nnd to reafci4f exhaiJtatfn. tv. iue. m SatsrAxr ketweea Hartfanf an.' Tavlor UImm win nta at T. M. So a ?ae tkat wobM far Tajtor Mlns I Ue only fam So sttaBlate trade &lUty the canal w S nfam rp. f.tt .tr cairfti aiKwti r M suits V!!-i- Urtjyam cMia'. wf.s, tuin-wfea- l r"H -- ao 3t fp.iday, RejwWkaa - 3 jcxe n. aai Frosresstre cooaty talis for - The platforsa 1a Cfnio better roads and lower taxs, ae this e&s. be broaght aboat by rl-- M esoaoe-- y In the maaasemest of tae county flsaaces. tor anoxer aaatwaciag hU eaarta office, it sterns to as It is la order for Congressman Stanley to challenge htsa for debate. .Vow that Governor McCreary has violated fcls pledge to the people by - President Wilson has Increased the Is lze of "The Bfg Stici" to races ' Rlctard, 3d thaa double the oae ssed hy D. Garrwt, 3d Idect Roevelt. The way he is bo- - la his published anaooncement, Rim.f n R- - Addlngton, c i''-laj legislatfca ax Washlcgtoa woid Cor. McCreary displajs a rsodesty King, 1st bugan. If daJce the Coloae! Waih with Jeal- - it la recotjatlns the thlr.g3 "I hare Thorpe, II. Ererly, d slug-idoae", wh.i:h is retEariaMe for one Robertson, 2d oay. Brown,-ls- t of bis age- - He tells as of all the laws Morton, rf Jast to show how .the ".. hk!h h.A . nT K.P.tDevT., iis-;aoi. .u. ' -. Wthrow, p ci Representatives of any taai ia e ca.ii atim.ia w t paa dcrlsr the last session of the State Hunter H. Addlngton Ohio coaaty are all cordially iavi'ed fact taat oa last satorday a cocsWaA- feaJskusje, kes credit for the j&s wuv vrua E. Barnett to write or telephone Items for ra s tioa of ProgressfTea and Rebcaas nftT eoatotjoaaj aajendment. prov- -' Umpire: R. T. Colilas. column. f carried t&e city of Wilmiagton, DeletQT the f.lixaa 0f L'nlted States i ware, orerhetalagly la the city b7 pofmlar rote, besides all' score, Famous S:agc 3eaufes. 4V electloa. The thin? U erfag to enacted by Coazress ' IUC111. look with horror oa Skia Eru;uonst & Innings e all over the eoaatry. If the dariag h hapa Uj. ilx year3 TT tj They -. get t&gether In a - ', Blotches, Sorts or Pimples. Equality 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 leaders do aoHoVf.r(:Ti ce neglected to take doa't have them, aor wlil aay one. ' 00002200x I j 4 cocaMsed effort to overthrow Free- Paaama Canal Hartford fo. na who uses Bncklen's Arnica Salve. It e . the rank and file 0. the tnssin3; & the proposed Trade fceKO-iracglorifUs the face. Eczema or Salt to th; Job. Jl Cnderwood tariff law. Coming closer Rheum vanish before It. It cures sore home, the Governor also falls to tell lips, chapped hands, chilblains; hels OWENSB0E0 C0LLECT0RSHIP. as why he failed to abolish the State burns, cuts and brulsea. Unequaled which he As had been expected by almost Board of Equalization, for piles. Only 25c at AH Drugists. ereryoae ia the 3ertd Interaal Rat- - promised in a moat solemn manner eace District, with the pc!ble ex- - " a- - whea o apfieallng for votes; cetioa of oae 3. W. Hager, the d VT the present State Board has vL President oae dzj U.v. wek appoint- - raised the values In every county al-- ei In The Oil Field. wt ' the State, including our own. Coi. Josh Griffith, Collector at I Oweastoro, to sTa&ceed Lawson Reno. arid thus the burdens of taxation d n increased, while it Is who has heM the pesitioa aboat three aa tnltttd oa all hands that the State oat-ha- lf years. V.l- - Griff ita in a ?;.Jendfd man. well Indebtedness Is Increasing from day a fearfaI m- - Bot the Carter well Ko. i was shot one day tapped for the position, and aa old " ost abstm! paragraph In the Governjast wees wun mi quarts ox nitro- - j a 11a politician. He had tb backing announcement Is that In which 'glycerine, with splendid results, It rjf ed Senator Jaasea and the Owecaboro c- - Woodson. )!?..he uaieaa3 to show that wane tae Is beleved by Its owners. Sewengtr, Kaser. editor oitiife JnfjoSrer. though'. "it leguiature appropnatea the preceding one under the last The machinery for the well on the fn the tr. rA -- . "WW Widow Allen farm is being rapidly 'be had 'been President half of Wilson's administration aa , prize tecaue s!&a 'ROBERTSON' CL'ULDXT MISS "EM. gotten Into place and drilling will be Wilson's manager la Keatacky daring Governor, appropriated commenced In a few days. legislatures were overwaeiraing- U,T the nomination and had tfc ftbt The flames were not extlngufshed unSUFFRAGETTES DO n on th amtaUm committee 'r DemocraUc. and the appropriation! j The second teams of Hartford and ,, ...A. j til S o'clock this morning. placTJbe Ohio Fuel OH Co., is Bre -- c u. for the State during the Preaiden- - "- - " "B iW a friendly con- - ing machinery on the ground J)ia j for its e" " '" xwriiuuu w.- tlal camralgn. Howler. Mr. Hager's last Friday aaiternoon in tac No. 1 well on the Moore farm. MALICIOUS DAMAGE WOMAN WANTED WALKS IN. ""' " """" --- landing with Kentucky Democratic rain and Beaver Dam bojs put It the veto ax upon other extravagant , Qn Donctwter, England, June 9. While politician has never amounted to fi w cnjwd oar Work has been temiorarily abanhlle it Is not our prov n e the examination of a sonant girl, much .i:.e he M the r.rty to s.ch K fiw lnnlags were playe(J doned on the Shaw well on the Sul- 'charged with an attempt to sot fire disaster ota defeat as a nominee for UJ probably well for the Hartford boys. ' lenger On Trial, including to wostfleld House .was proceeding farm, awaiting a new stem to Seven it Is known that Beaver Dam had some big. fine young 1WT. Besides he has for extravagance, Governor In y Jn;e appropriations wfere necessarj-- fellows, and fine batters. Hartford take place of a broken one. The cci .May Dennis, alias Lilian craven himself to be a Their Alleged fVikt v.'z&v rt finlah th& ntT -- tractors hae had a great deal of Linton, who was wanted by the msnae in nis aeai- politlclar., narrow were sman ,n stature, but large trouble with this well on account of our recollection is that about In connection with tho Kew Gardlag. wth hs opponents to such a d Adviser. w, not endeavori a crooked hole, but they are sticken suffragette outrages last Februpractically un- - lAOW was appropriated to the two, gree as to make him sw)nd ing to Jhelr text with perseverance ary .caused a sensation by entering ' l"'a "-- h Inning It began drizzling rain, but fit for any public office In which, and pluck and claim they will yet the court. wr.nirt hav, tr, ame in contact nectlon the Governor bays: 'that never dampened the ardor of straighten It out. London, June 0. The trial of tho Tn" with men belonging to other partial.! "The appropriations made the tfc do, Jn suffragette Iraders charged with conm anm.nsirauon cm When your child has whooping No doubt this fact was brought foowg. Hartforj ' arn up one-haas much as the a;- Bra" l We"' ncar Vlctory spiracy under tho malicious damage cough be careful to keep the cough the attention of President Wilson In n & T"- - Glenn v & . ilUWUl i.VV IW. giv" " a forceahle v.av by his t, Tne ""'"""'"" y to property act began 1... r:.- - .. ,.i. n,- -. jVUVUIItUWC 13 proseedlng-Int the loose and exixjctoratlon easy by , a satis- ,f;ja:,d work Is ;T ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as man who will repeat a party plat- - K'ubllcan almlnUtratlon." f Central Criminal Court, Old 1 la Hoy. manner, Th' Is 'th'jr deception on the,Genn gub . may bo required. This remedy wlU form and then w. a private' letter D3 m' The accused Included Miss Harriet also liquify . . of the Governor, or a condition . , of earbllnK It. throw- - I'rt for the nun the tough, mucus ana i"4 l' wt . r,f rr.ln1 i.f,T.. nflta Kim trxw -- v 4llli long lookcd-fo- r T"ie machinery, Kerr, .Miss Agnes Lal;e. Miss Rachel make- It easier to expectorate, lt has " ' "' -- - 2d. j.ark M. lng the article which he refuesvi - ""- - ""n;.an:8, II, s1: Iwhl h has be n lest on the road for Uarrett .Mrs. Bcatrlco Saunders, Miss been used successfully In many epifce. It may fool wmc j Into the wate basket, to our mind c McKenne,. r.. adIriK eltteen. of the State fK,ncld- cf' more than t mouta, has arrived and .ympatby- 'u' lh does not desene much Annie Kenney, Mlsa Laura I.onnox demics and Is safe and sure. For sale is being tai.ieU fcr the Beda well on havcj by all dealers. thrown on the Junk heap kn(' that the Republicans hen he H on theJr ver been In the majority in a Ken- the Bennett farm. Mr. Lawrence In- and Edwd Clayton, tho chemist, alby his own administration, and even ow- - a), Qf them and - Tn cIw demonatratcU thclr old forms us that he has telegraphed leged to have acted as adviser to tho Jy the man whom he had sought to tic legislature. Uc,ld,. the H for the drillers and work will begin suffragettes In their campaigns. for by the Go, triumphed over Proprlatlons accountc-aid when those who playing, and were his legislature" do not In- mor there In a few days and will be "Gen." Mrs. Flora Druininoiu!, who him were flirhtlnz and from whom he ably aKalsted by McDugan, Green and pushed to completion. was originally charged with the othwould no doubt hae bad the Kreat- - cludfe hft Confederate pension bill, Garrett, three Rockjort players. whlch admitted would carry at er prisoners did not npo.ir. he cast consideration had he possessed more ier year. Accord- A well Is to be begun on the St. having be.cn postponed the element necessary to make a ,ftat 500-0owlnj; to her! Aahb;, lng to Commissioner Stone's speech I Dr. J. L. Smith and Will Ed. Clair land, near the Grayson county Illness. capable official. of Centertown, were hot rooters for line, about one and one-ha- lf before thc Court of Appeals recently, T,an.lla IY'a. miles Llttlo Interest v?s s'lovm by the fnn tlif.m VtAaiA tfm oast of Olaton, and several loads of general pu'.lh In vae over applicant. KENTUCKY COAL FOR EXPORT. ;Jhw trial. There casing have been hauled to that poluf. were a i ,v women Confederate pensions, under this' spectatoro In IMscu-sI- ng the probability of o, $10 ,.,.; Owenaboro. u aowftll M lhe It is understood that this well Is cor t , ur, 1. o tho prlsoncu. wore treat Increase In the exporta on ot to be on the land owned by the Ex- :i He It.nd on their loft mw , j What U calculated to be the big American coal, the Cincinnati En-- .. or tension Development Co. i tBii cf mournlnc for MIki Pmiiv . game of the season for local fans nulrer says: jV..Idlng Davison, tho mllltr.ut suf- Is the game scheduled to be played We have gone thoroughly through ,e n h,g neU The map is being pr-a- rcd the coo sluatlon In the principal Gwmtw ul, aban(lon lhe IeM of here this afternoon between Hart- by the Rough River O'l to., of Its fragott0 wllo dcd VttJterUay tf0M Juries received at tho Epsom race ford aitd Owensboro. Our boya, how- holdings, Is nearlng compl fields of this counrjrt which -- upply..whu , avo doncj.. , h tlou, and course. ever, are In good shape and Owensthe coasts and wel Informed corres- U8 how he dMn will be one of the fnest ever gotten There was a big array ot counsel boro will bo given a bard fight. Tho jMi.dci.ta In Great Britain are of the the IeK,latIirQ a bI to out in tills locality. the line-u- p when tho cases opened. Sir John A. will bo as follows: opinion that the export trade In ,nBtltutIomi un(ler non.I)artIs. Simon, tho Solicitor General, wns wluit kind of feed has been given Owensboro. Hartford. ,....... rom the United State la upon tho n Mr. Stowart Snyder, of the firm of tho loading barrister on behalf of tho tlm cow. If U has come from mo tho Bean, c Thorpe, c eve of a great expansion. law, which would equal tho burdens Henderson & Snyder, Lawrenceville, Government. Plrtle or Cox, p milk will bo rich and creamy, and 'They predict that such expansion of taxation In tho State; and many-othe- r Rlckard, p 111., who has been visiting his crew Tho ''arson squads" of tho militant thero will bo lots of It. There I Wltmcr,' lb (King, lb trill ba distinct and well marked even needed reform measures. at the Shaw well for several dnys, suffragettes havo once moro I Robertson, Richardson, 2d 2d become money In milk when I supply U' before the opening of tho Panama left for homo Monday. He was ac- very actlvo. Beside tho ago of our lives has Its Joys. Taylor, b be but the pre$70,000 fire feed and grain. Try lt for a while Sdilcmt, bs Each Canal, but this will companied on the trip b M . at tho Hurst Park race oourso last see tho milk money grow. Try It on Allison, 3b activities Old people should be happy, and Green, 3b lude to tho very groat Snyder. night, they destroyed ithu morning tho home, too. It will lmprovo both f loots of .they will be If Chamberlain's Tabtota Thomas, If Gabbcrt, If which will prevail after the There Is no real need ot onyono a boathouso on tho River Lea und his condition and his value. Woodward, cf the world pass up and down our are taken to stengthen tho digestion i Rosenblatt, cf being troubled constipation. also tho graudstnnd at tho North Midwith HaighU, rf coasts In their voyages through tho and keep tho bowels regular. These Barnett, rf Chamberlain's Tablets will cause an dlesex cricket grounds. tableU are mild and gentle In thoir Hunter, Bub. Strait. Isthmian Tho fire at Hurst Park was startagreeable movement of the .bowels "If they arc correct there will bo action and especially suitable for Barnett, Sub. I without any unpleasant effect. Give ed In tho royal box, tho furniture The Produce Merchant tremendous developments in the coal people of middle age and older. For of which had been saturated with oil. Judge J. .S. .Glenn, who Is a real them a trial. For sale by all dealers. possibly aUw affecting favor-- . sale by all dealers. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Ex-Pre- ay Ms feaoer kioah with envy. Ktly. w VrtMte? of cw nllroa.1 -K l " orj. of taaar af the Marylaad, aer. ana it has twen tne enure top- Already PeeTwyrvaaEa. ta of coaversation with the bo ever are self- VTrrtaU aad West fa ceal to foretja fcers. In Ken- - Jiace. Tae affair waa start! wjth golns to bat. with Bra.t SBy there are calJ of eacelleat 1 Thorp as battery far Hartford. irealtcy aarf Uy are not eoaflnei to small dfatrfet. With two dU- - Eiwiltty had a fast battery, compn- & Wkhrow aad Ray Addlnton. ilmet. tual fieMs. oae la the eastern d oa smoothely with- aad la tfce western firttoa of Tb gaaie ore on either side of the the state, Keatacky Is well prend of the arviopite! board eatll the third Inning when the t taXe of exort bwataeas Visitors made one ma. They follow- when th caal Is opeaed to the " tats In the fourth. ?olnK one bet- ben Add!n?ton and Dazan roa-fjja-- , tzaiilc of the world. n:n rach, V. Morton makln? th KeatoeiyY ccal octpct U growinz. a w- - rtaChed a prcloctioa ran la the third. But ri?ht there as tocs jhis was bere the fan bezan for the home j teaai. In the fifth Thorpe and King tariest figure erer attained. & scored, followed In the sixth b several tlraea larger. to 0 The coal Is here and the world wants by a score from Taylor and Rlckard. fa xafXf. g f aarf tar b'eaeh. Bat that was the end to the re boalness and when the fl&al Hftvs? ttAl prciactfoa will be oi OT Ja a tiV n.ore cocat came score was Rmallty 3 and ieaVM years. And evea then we win only Hartford i. Sorae game about that! bare begun to scratch the surface of THE I.1XE-Uocr EaarrelotLS eoa.1 dejodlts. Coor- Hartford. Eaeallty. Taylor, ss Gren, cf - lt S. Everly, ss McCREAKY'S ANSOUSCEMENT. t0a& Jta caa " tt wi' y-- wr tiyit n. bo-- - fcUn Hartford this a- - r1p y jt WILL BE THE AJPI ftC TUC CIITIIDF Vtni Ul I ll C iLI I tlllti . . ., Vh-zla- ae wt aneaJoa e j,;,)) bt i P. I " er ., These boys musi be CLOTHED bn '?tseason after season. Fathers ru ed by the manaefflent of the Hartford trow as official physician tor the team, ami he will be prewnt at h and mothers, the clothes you buy r should an each game and eident happen. Col. CaseMr said he i? for your boy can be used to his $? was not expecting any aoldents, but by teaching him for any if material good It was better to be eergy. that cheap materials cheaply An Interesting game as played at made are not cheap at any price. Ellntiuh Sawrday between FonU.lIe favoring and Trisler, resulting 5 to That PYfravatfanrp in Htaqq ic FordsTllle. Both sides did good work, and after the third Inning Trlslr did T foolishness, but good dependa- - T not score, awl the game as and ?? natil the senth when left fielder, if? ble materials well made at a le- - r$r Foreman brosght Warner houie. j V Ijt Reiidish" Hedden knocked a two f bagger tbe first thins; Buddie Owen rfc guimaie price are always a sale tapped a three barger ami brousht Royal from first to home. It said jc and sure investments Owen aad WhKler pftchei the bs' We have the suits your , boy gane ever ptaei at Ellm.rch. Tris- & ler toys are no stoeches la bo.i ri? should wear. We take a special Ing rook oat Hartford. Fre Wh , and Hardea are some interest in pleasing and fitting gers. Wells Is always smiling. Dr. B. Thanks to Nathan Rrsnblat for saying nice things abrot this column. Also to Ernsst Woolward. Jg "g i" r. Tlcher.or ha - - ac- - prei-onw- l 4, I "I.it-,tl- e M r. i .;.'." o-- tij a--aie j, ijmja chin anri rnnfilonro vuiiiiuvuvvi flitt Ravc v iuj J Suits will do all we claim for the i:h;?ts 03r aSi lyfy iour r. Shoes, compieie rtn ouuii is nere; Shirts, Underwear, Ties, jj Hats and Hosiery. Drop in for a look. We will be glad to show you. if? ad-aa- I E. P. Barnes & Bro. fjrfrfrjrr4ft ... -- thjti nrs t , i &jtc'l&lJCJC&'l&,&' ai, tt """" -- .... ....... one-bor- se ""'- 'tt'"' -- de-,"- '-- to-da- io-H- co ' aw """" lf to'r n. , "'' .n.. ic-opl- m.-V- ;" to-dn- .... I - - .'. 'ry I - rt n-u- i t- ' ' (t You Can Tell By The Pail ,. vx f ' ,. ooal, ,..,. H vv i nl I i W. E. ELLIS .J-.- . JXMtwu.JW.w '.'MfeJM$freEaWWeBWrgV' Jnamu f -- 1 'V ' ' i ' - WANTED Several cars of new neat, u on have any for sale, can em rm. V. E. ELLIS, top,' Produce .Merchant, Hartford, Ky. HStf Mr. '.. VVnvnn (Jrlffln will l."nVO Sat. afternoon for New Mexico, for ",l9 health, and will spend some time mviu ii uu liuiuut t;. tun man; friends wish his speedy recovery. Friends of" Mr. T. L. Bulllngtou, of New Mexico, who was formerly In Doposlt Hank. business here, will be glad to learn h Among our callers Tuesday were that ho will arrive today or tomorrow W. II. Miller, Pordsvllle; Silas L. to again make this his home. Stevens, Cromwell. Is a question that concerns all of us, just Master Park Tnppan, son of Mr. When jou go away on your vaca- and Mrs. J. B. Tappan suffered a We arc not the ice man, at the present lime. tion his summer, let The Hartford painful gash over his forehead yesterRepublican follow you. day afternoon by fulling out of a nor are we sellers of cool drinks, but vc Mr. Shelby Stevens returned home tree. He was climbing after a birds Saturday from Georgetown, where nest and In some manner fell out of arc Tlealers in ho has been In school. tho tree. Dr. A. B. Riley was called for the outer man. Miss Corlnno Woodward returned and dressed tho Injury. homo Monday from Bowling Green Miss Pearl Matkins, of Arcadia, To be comfprtably clothed in warm weather where alio attended school. Mo., and Rev. W. E. Savlllo, pastor Mrs. A. C. Yclser has returned from of tho Hartford Methodist church were is a problem, but if you will come direct n trlii In flvvpriRlinro. where she was united In marrlago at tho home of tho bride Thursday afternoon of last we can easily furnish a solution of physicians. to us, under treatment McKlnney, of Rockporl, who week. They arrived In Hartford SunMrs. for it. day and are at homo at tho Metho has been the guest of the Misses dist parsonage. Tho Republican Joins Tuesday. Gillespie, returned home In best wishes. For instance, the ladies can find in our Everybody's doing It! Doing vbat7 their friends Mrs. John Arnold, living at Horse Buying their Kodaks from house the sheerest fabrics for cool dresses, recently husband Branch, whoso U. S. PAUGI1T, Tho Repubdied, wishes through suitable line of tlic very newest trimwith a Centertown, Ky. 4Stf. lican to express her heartfelt thanks Just received a carload of woven for the many kindly attentions shown Every week brings to us new goods mings. g set for seventh day. Circuit Court In Session. wire fencing and barbed wire. J. F. Jones vs. I. C. R. R. Cctti3&. her by neighbors and friends duradd to your comfort. that will Prices right. Regula" session of June term of sot for eighth day. ing the last and fatal Illness of her LIKENS & ACTON, prays that God's Ohio circuit court began hero MonGolf, adnir., vs. Broad way CU5 She Hartford, Ky. Blrk Mlnlng Co., set for eighth iStf. Again, the men can come to us for lightrichest blessings may rest upon day morning with Judgo T. F. Mr. John W. Odell, candidate for each of them and assures thorn of head presiding and Commonwealth s vs. 'Boyd, icghth jUy weight Clothing, cool Underwear, the latest Republican nomination for Supt. of her hearty appreciation ar of their Attornoy Ben D. RIngo and County A. M. Ashby vs. O. B. James--sr- t Schools: S. O. Keown, Beaver Dam, kindness, which was like a ray of Attorney C. E. Smith present to look ninth day. in Straw Hats, summer Shirts, Collars, Ties, and Commodore A. Ashley, candidates sunshine through tho dark mist of after tho Commonwealth's cases. U. S. Faught vs. O. B. James; nTna i etc. The following named gentlemen day. for tho Republican nomination for sorrow's rain. were empaneled as grand Jurors for Sheriff of Ohio county, were pleasCourt adjourned Wednesday atiicon: Next Tuesday night at Dr. Bean's the present Juno term: J. H. Rob until Monday mornln on account at ant, callers at this office Wednes- opera you desire comfort, see us and we will If house the Ladies Aid of tne ertson, J. C. Neighbors, Dan Mitch the death of Judgo Birkucad'V utu day. Christian Church will present "'Tom carefully take care of your needs. Don't George W. Rowe, of Centertown Thumb's Wedding." There will b6 ell, J. M. Ross, Albert Qulsenberry, ther. Mr. Davmwinft. thin week announces as a CO children In tho play, ranging from Geo. Burks, Jesse Hill, Samuel forget us, and remember that Foils a Foul Plot. Bellamy, tho Republican nomina 3 years to 13. This play has tho repu ison, W. tii Bennett, J. A. candidate for A p. L. French and A. J. Stewart, Whon shameful plot exists. tion for Justice of the Peace of the tation of 100 laughs in 100 minutes Bellamy was designateu liver aand bowels to cause dlatrtslw Centertown Magisterial District. Mr. and all who attend will bo well re Mr. J. A. YOU MONEY. foreman, J. M. Ross refusing to act, take Dr. King's 2Scw by the court-a- s g Republic paid for the small price of admission. Rowe has been a and Jcsso Llfo Pills, and end such abuse a an and if elected would make a good Tho entire play Is under the direction was selected as sheriff system. your They gently cassjie'li Hill as clerk of the grand Jury. official. of an experienced lady who makes a following named gentleman right action of stomach, liter au The Mr. Marvin Bean, the Druggist, specialty of work of this kind. Adyour beallCi aaiflt " wero empaneled as petit jurors iur bowels, and restore Republican to say that the mission reserved seats 35c; General asks The 11. Brown, Soth all good feelings. 25c at al? dfiijer R. term: party who stole 34 small chickens admission 23c; children 15c. Play be- - this Payne, Joe Thoinasson, Alney Tlch- - gists. Saturday afternoon gflnd at S o'clock. from him last enor, J. H. Dawson, uarson rant, between 3 and 5 o'clock had better Mrs P. A. Paul, who resided with H. L. Hoover, II. J. Odell, J. M. ; come back and get the coop as he her and daughter, Mr. and Chapman, James E. Wilson, A. L. has no further use for It, as he has Mrs. W. T. Woodward, on Clay St., Balrd, J. A. Caldwell, S. W. Bell. no more chickens. this city, died Tuesday morning aftTho following cases were continWilliams, who has er a lingering Illness. She was 88 ued: Mrs. Hooker Com'th. .vs. Paul Cooper, r been under treatment in Owensboro years of age, and her husband iass-e- d Frank Durbln, Clias. Wallace, Mack away some years ago, and he had Henshaw, Argan Brateher, et aL for several days, grew suddenly worse Sunday, and Mr. Williams was sent served as a captain ,in tho Civil War. The following cases were continMr. Allison Bam?tt spent, Sunday for. He went to Owensboro Immedi- Funenal- - rservlces were conducted at ued for process: Com'th. vs. OsWednesday with Owensboro friends. ately in Mr. R. Holbrook's automo- the family "residence wald Hocker, Austin Bowling, (4 Not theoiat nofi S. O. Keown.'of Beaver Dam, bile, accompanied by Sir. Holbrook's morning by Rev. E. B. English and cases), Geo. Myers, Alton Paris, (2 Mrs. the biggest but family. When they arrived .Mrs. Will- Rev. R. D. 'Bennett. Interment fol- cases), Sam Cook, Noah Beasley, (2 Is vislUng In Evansville this week. FRIDAY, JUNE 13. con- lowed at Oakwood. This paper Joins in surcases), Elmore Roach, Leo Lloyd, Prof. Fred Anderson has been iams was much better and has tho many friends of tho family in (3 cases). Leonard Wedding, Alton plus security to policy several days at Dawson tinued to Improve. spending M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table Springs. holders. Paris, Frank Smallwood, Guy Combs, Mr. Douglas Felix returned Mon- sympathy in their bereavement. was Highest ratioof as&c., Israel Jones. Prof. 11. E. Brown has returned day from Lexington, where 'he Hartford, Ky. at Steer Eats Turkey. Hom'th. vs. Ann Robins. &c. sets to liabilities among: Springs where ho spent graduated from tho State University, from Dawson N. time card effective Monday a few days. L. after four years study and with the The wife of Charles Armstrong, wh Commonwealth's Attorney filed stateall the established Aug. 21st. Bachelor of Arts degree. He is to lives on the farm of Abe MoKee, Sr., ment and on his motion this action companies ire Just opened, now barrel of Jumbo bo congratulated upon being one of on Locust, turnedout forty-foyoung was stricken from tho docket. m. No. 112 North Bound duo 7:19 a. America. Everything: Pickles fine! The following cases were filed tho fifteen out of a class of 120 who turkeys after greasing them with dally except Sunday. absolutely guaranteed-N- o W. II. MOORE & SON. 4St2. m. were graduated with honors, and salty grease to kill the vermin. They away with leave to reinstate on mo114 North Bound due 1:13 p. No. estimates. Sir. L. M. WllsonTTof Trentlss also did two years work In tho law wandered out in tho pasture field tion of ''Commonwealth's or County -. dally except Sunday. visited his son, Judge John B. Wll- department at tho same timo ho was where some steers were Attorney: Commonwealth vs. Orville ni. No. 115 South Bound duo 8:45 a. son and family, Monday. grazing. Ono of tho steers got hold Crowe, (2 cases). pursuing his literary work. dally except Sunday. should carry a guaranThanksgiving birds and Mr. Nathan Rosenblatt and Mr. On motion of Commonwealth's At Funeral services and interment of of the young m. teed policy in 113 South Bound due 1:4G p. and ho torney the following cases were spent Sunday with tho Mrs. No. Fred May Clint Turner took place at Mt. ihte salt tasted good to him strong company.. dally except Sunday. Com'th proceeded to make a square meal of stricken from tho docket: former's parents in Hawesville. Carmel Church Wednesday afternoon, get vs. Hardin Baize, II. E. MiSCHKE, Agt. (2 cases) &c, Buy yourKodak "and Supplies from the services being conducted by Rev. the wholo bunch and managed ,to of ho forty-foaway with forty-tw- o John Cleaves U. S. FAUGHT, Frank Allen, &c, O. M. Shultz, of Llvermore. Among W. R. I1EDRICK.. - Hartfoifi. Centertown, Ky. c, (2 cases), Chas. Hartford who attended before Mrs. Armstrong couw rescue Fielden Baize, those from Who wantB tho bicycle? 4Stf them. At last reports the steer was Baize, &C, Geo. Myers, Win. BenAsk for Catalogue. tho services were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. S. TANNER; - Owensta. Times- - nett, living Flemlngsburg Walter Patterson, (2 cases), Who wants the Shetland Pony? Plenty of Seed Peas, Cane Seed P. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, 3tlll Democrat. Leonard Wedding, Henry Collins, Com, Hartford Mill Co., has River sand and Tona Silver Jllno Seed stuff Sirs. J. C. Bennett and sister, Miss Baker, Herbert Herbert Chlnn. Mr. W. T. Woodlino of food . tr and also a general Arrell Flelden and n W Dtll. Same, Cause, Same Effect. Crowe, Richard Stewart, Ol Joshua vLUIne'dtr It. L. DEVER & CO. ward. a, Miss Ruth Spalding Is , . Fanners in Decatur County, Iowa, iver Daugherty, Amos Taylor, Tom Plenty of Stock Pcaa and German who resides Miss Gladys Wooten, friends In Owensboro. experiencing the evil Wilson. NINE OUT OF aro already bus- -' Millet on hand now. noar this city, and Mr. Lewis Riley, effects of coming Free-TralegisCom'th. vs. Fego Morris, et a!., Mr. John T. Mooro transacted LIKENS & ACTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Riley, lation. They are now offered only 15 (2 casesl filed away with leave to lness in Louisville this week. Hartford, Ky. 44K were married in Jcffersonvllle, Ind., cents a pound for tho same grade of reinstate HUSBANDS Miss Jennie Kavcs, of Sacramento, 1 have, at my stand on the Hart Thursday of last week. They spent wool that last year at this time was Com'th. vs. Alva Wade, &c Es-- j of Mrs. Jennlo Mlllor. and Is tho guest ford and Llctchficld road, a .'complete soveral days ln Louisville worth 27 cents a pound. "But." says till .Miller entered plea of guilty .to Memphis, Tenn., at tho latter placo Six largo"bars of Laundry Soap for lln of Groceries and Dry Goods. "tho freo wool Tar- tho charco. law and facts submitted the Free-Trad& C'S' W. J. MILLER. 24 cents at with relatives of1 tho brldo, and will iff bill has not yet gone Into effect. to tho court and fined $20 and costs and I have Hay for sale. Rov. Chester Stevons and children roturn to Hartford this week, Thoreforo It can't bo tho Tariff that whereupon defendant paid tho fine MARTIN, Hartford, Ky. and Rev. Cecil Stovens, of Louis- will bo at homo at the homcof Mrs. lowers the price." That eanio silly and costs. On motion of tho ComR. B. 33tf McCormick. argumont 1b often used to provo tlifcit monwealth's Attorney this prosecu Supt. of'schools Henry Leach was ville, are tho guests of their mother, Rlloy's mother, Mrs. H-f Wcdncs- - Mrs. Laura Stovens, on Main St. Elsowhero In this Issue of tho Re because the panic of 1893 occurred a tion 1b dismissed as to tho remainIn Fordsvlllo on business -announceyear beforo tho Wilson law of 1894 der of tho defendants. day. J. D. Ralph's grocery 1b head- publican will bo found tho Com'th. vs. Cliff Burden default Gaylo Taylor was In quarters for anything in tho general ment of Mr. W. C. (Commodore) Ash- was passed, tho panic was not caused Master Tlraus Wednes- grocery or meat lino. Also handles a ley, routo 3, Hartford, for the Re- by tho Wilson law. But tho fuct Is Judgement for $25 and 10 days In Owensboro from Friday until of that tho drop in wool prices aro pre Jail, for carrying concealed a deadday. completo line, of stock feed, chicken publican nomination for Sheriff M Ohio county. Mr. Ashley has long cisely analogous. Both aro directly ly weapon. B The prizes given In The Republi- feed. Tho damage suit of Lucinda Wilbeen Identified with tho Republican traceable to the anticipation of a can's contest aro well worth work Attorney Otto C. Martin has re- the, general election and would maKo Froo-Trason vs. Oscar McDonlel was disTariff. ing for. turned from Grayson county, where it. Ho toas many friends and if nom missed without prejudice on mo- Copies of Tho Republican will be ho spent soverl daays attending to iinn nf nlntntlfffi nttirnnvB. Nurseries. strong raco In Fortst inated w;ould mako a Bent to all contestants In tho Pony legal business for a largo on corpoCom'th. vs. Harry Bayncs, charg- - Would DO secretly pleas- etho goneral election na,d would mako Two nurseries for tho growth of Contest. ration. . transplants a good official. forest tree seedlings and boo their The hardest worker will surely bo niiaa Jinttln Glenn and Mrs. J. Noy will bo started In tho near future, Mr. E. E. Blrkhead received a telePony years porously family bakll g to- - vol rewarded handsomely in Foster left Monday for Mtddlesboro gram Tuesday morning, announcing ono noar Frankfort, Ky., and tho Punishment from ono to five Contest. acres of land in tho penitentiary. nttnml tho State Convention oi Baker's shoulders. Oujrsaxw Mr. Ben T. other on twonty-flv.- o Enof tho death of his father, .. Nannlo Heck vs. Clara uogers, T. II. Benton, County Road the. Federation of Woman's Clubs Owensboro. Mr. Blrk- belonging to tho State Fair at Lou Blrkhead, of aiCC plaintiff for ono cent broaU! gineer, will bo found at the office of Kentucky. isville. The State Board of Forestry iiiHrmnt for head who was a brother of Judgo T. Weddings on Monday April 21 and cost. Quarterly meeting on bake County Judgo wion in need of anything In staple F. Blrkhead. had lcen in declining at Its arrangements to undcrtako this Alice Shown vs. Tom terguson. ! 43t8 of each week. .. fonnv groceries, meats, stock and kealtli for some time, and two mado Judgniont $750 each to tltlon taken for confessed. Ics Cream SenretLEvery Any girl or noy m Ohio county chicken feed call J. D. Ralph's gro months ago went to Espanola, Flo- work. It will cost about a cery, Hartford. Farmers' phone iso. rida, for his hoalth; and died there. establish tho nurseries and tho stock for.OOO. not over 10 years old may become J. J. Bolton vs. B. F. Tichenor, 43t ' Prs' -- omalns were taken to Owensfrom them will bo furnished to the (CO). alxty-nln- o 1B0. candldato in our Pony Contest. , for was peoplo of tho State at cost In or- Judgcmont for defendent boro lor intorment. The deceased the Shetland Green River Association of By a llttlo work reforesting of Same suit,. Judgment Xir Tichenor HARTFORD Tho .citizens of Daviess der to encourago tho Tandy Harl for $150. soldiers will holU their cele ono of tho best 65 years Pmiv. harnesB and bugg .will belong old. Hd cutovor areas and wastq lands. Theso vs. on county and was bo to 'some Ohio county girl or boy. Abration at Central City this yeaii J. H. Qlasscock vs. I. C. R. R. Comwhich will W. O. Schlemmer, Y leaves a widow, ono daughter, Miss nurseries aro 'projects 4. Tho conunlttco in cnargo in great benefit to tho" peoplo of tho pany. Continued to October term. Tho LoulsvUlu W. .rtsly Herald and July Spanish Pearl, of Owonsboroj two sons, E. E. of and CASES SET FOR TRIAL. HARTFORD,, state and within a very' shor.t time , vites all BlrkThe Hartford Republican, one j to be. wltn Blrkhead, Hartford, and II. A. P. M. Hoover va. W. H. Crabtreo,. will bo ordera to American war veterans each, for $1.35. Send aU head, Owensboro. ' The Republican, Hartford,, K.y. ! MW TJm ft Capt. and Mrs. 0. V. Fcagan and son, Lawrence, visited incnds nerc this weok. For sale or exchange, nice ware Dr. J. S. BEAN, and colt. 4St3. Olaton. Ky. "" .. .. .. .Mr. Larson rnrK, route i, narrows, woh a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday. Read the statement In this Issue of The Republican of the Cromwell j '."" Wactch This aH COOL SUMMER Space For a Surprise WEARABLES ! Rosenblatt's. life-partn- IT PAYS TRADE WITH THAT SAVES TO HOUSE b3n life-lon- ijgaSM& son-in-la- w I Security Life Insurance Hartford Republican. (j. I life-insuran- ur ld this ur TIM de 2tJ l-ff- HTi 1 IB 0Ew 'vS?l i de or zzzss r;rs.." . it .. Let tne the bread. M Ml g. "-- uhihwiiiiimwiih ML VI' J&RJVJ ww -.-- The RepubHca-rrogress- lve Hat- - ....... aim httUINU ANU UMHC ninr ur- PUCCD oncer 11 r- , Mutt Be Scrupulously Dampness Guarded Against at All Times Little Grain Is Needed. i Fifteen or twenty ewes, and a ram, will constitute nbout tho right-sizeflock with which to begin. They must have abundant shelter from rain and snow; but It need not be in a warm barn. Wet, whether from above or under-fooIs to be scrupulously guarded against by the ehcerowner. Exposure In a cold rain Is bad for a fioreo or steer; It Is doubly bad tfor d t, lS. V OC!- -f Vv5'jJ4hP A Prize Winner. ebeep. The sheep sheds should be on high, well drained site Indeed. heep should be allowed to run over po low, wet land, no matter how attractive the herbage thereon may be. Except that the ram should have a Jlttle grain now and then, to maintain Jhia virility, and the ewes a little at Jamblng-time- . tbe dock will require only pasturage tor the greater part of tbe year, with clover hay or like roughage for winter feeding The sfanner with only himself and a child of 4r two to carry the burden the caring keepjfor animals, will often find ing of sheep more advantageous than jibe keeping of cattle A (DEVELOPING MILK IN MARES Unless Defect Is Noticed In Time and Remedied Colt Is Lost cure la Almost Certain. and pledge them our A. D. KIRK, . vm..b v..v. - ww Dnnnn. 1 In tVinlf nffnH-tti tt maintain M. L. HEAVRIN, Dutiful whereby they organization, an J. A. LEACH, S may secure a juBt reward for the toll S. L. STEVENS, , thorough manipulation of tha udder i Vsl given by them to the production W. R. EDGE, with some warm water. of this crop. We realize that the Have the water aa warm as the H. L. CARTER, struggle Is an unequal one and If necsure can stand it, and hold the Committee. essary, we pledge them our support ftacket under tho udder, and keep the It would surprise you to know of latter thoroughly moist and warm to secure Government aid in mainby wtille the manipulation Is going on. taining public warehouses, through the great good that is being done Generally about 20 minutes to a hall Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downwhich they may hold their tobacco un hour will start the milk. N. B., ey, of Nowberg Junction, til the buyers see fit to accord them this work Is going on, tbe While "My wife has been using writes, fair treatment. mare should be kept busy with a hot Tablets and finds twelve Chamberlain's Eighth. During the last bran mash, which will act as a stimuvery effectual and doing her months the county has been im- them lant to the milk glands. The sooner Bandage for Leg. any troupoverished and actual suffering has lota of good." If you havo tbe trouble Is noticed, and work startit, the greater the other at least once a day, and two a been brought about among the coal ble with your stomach or bowels gle ed to overcome prospect of success. If the difficulty day are better. When a bandage ii miners on account of slack work, them a trial. For sale by all dealers. noticed as soon as could well be removed, the skin should be washed charged t0 the falIure of the railroad Say, Mr. Business man; do you and treatment begun at once, and rubbed with the hand and fingers, to furnish sufficient cars. In order need any printing done? If you do !an almost certain cure ought to and the covering replaced as prompt that this evil may bo remedied we let us do it for jou. Wo can print ly as possible. pledge our candidate for member of your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill the House of Representatives to sup- Heads, Statements, Bills, TypewritHints on Feeding. Suggestion on Stock Feeding. It does seem that when a farmer pump water port a measuro enlarging the powers ten Letters, Salo Books, Circulars, No farmer who has to Commission etc., and print them right at right Intakes up his mlud to shovel 2,000 or half a dozen head of stock can'f the State Railroad of corn Into a lot of afford to tre without a wind pump. .8,000 bushels .and making It the duty of said Com- - rices. Try us with your next order. steers ho would tako .the precaution 32tf. A water heater will cost much less mission to require r.'l ra lioaus to Call at The Republican office. to select the kind of animals that will than the loss of flesh occasioned by furnish a sufficient m.ilcr tf cars. jtnake the best uso of it. cattle drinking Ice water. without dlscrlmlnat.on to llanJo t One reason why so many farmers At the present high prices pf feed RrwYtrvTrppirvir. A out of the little It takes a good feeder to get ahead oi out t of coal iirdmlltiy t,lat who feed cattle come d Jf,' Buslness.Phonography end of tho horn Is because all steers the game, eveu with hogs and cattle .' ana we a,so I,,cdBe our Bupiwrt for an rewm i ilook alike to them and they think they selling high. I TELEGRAPHY wise measure, having for Its jare saving money by buying animals other It seems a pity to feed tMITH lUSINFXt cniLEQE iwhoso first cost Is low. corn to scrub hogs these days, when object relief from this Intolerable sit . CbT..I,. fa. 4 Kit MMC (rCWlCMlftM If we cannot afford a silo we can a prime Iti Prf ilrtnt hi yraof eiiKrUnc In mercantile animal will take on uatlon. and tanking bntlsni, alo M jean rrinrmln I0,(0 s 'certainly afford a field of horned more flesh at the same and womn "Knter now, Ninth. Wo condemn tho present Tonne WILBUR B. for unrrmn. U&M bi or mangles, They are not equal cost. Democratic administration of Ken of course, but they help make (to silo, tucky for Us extravagance through (dry feed palatable- am) therefore An Economical Beef Ration. Increase of salaries, creation of count-los- s, its value. The results of three Nebraska exneedless offices, and enormous Does silage fed to the dairy cow (taint the milk? No; but tbe odor periments Indicate that when corn is appropriations which havo resulted per bushel and of tbe silage, It allowed to get Into from 35 to 50 cents debt In many alfalfa not to exceed $7 per ton, con- In tho largest State Hbe milk in open pails, will taint It. siderably leBs than a full feed of corn, years, and which Is suro to probably 14 to Impounds per day for a an lncreaso in taxation through Rheumatism In Hogs. steer, Is more profitable some form. Wo condemn It for Its disease known as cramps In Tbe If corn Is worth 60 full really form of rheumatism, Jls !although anot exclusively caused than acents feed.bushel, something ap- passage of the Confederate pension per to 60 juid, proaching a half feed of this grain, 10 bill and Its refusal to, pay these (by climatic conditions, Is greatly men, many of whoso claims have by certain to 12 pounds per day, would seem and aggravated under tho atmosphere, especially more profitable If a few more weeks been proven for months, states of the j may be taken for tbe finishing process. pretext that the bill la unconstitutionwben Insufficient exercise Is allowed al, although having appointed offiHo ausceptlble animals. 8heep on Rough Landa. cials under the act, who are drawTbe reason for this Is when animals 9mvmm Eymm Some rough 115 to 20 land In the ing their salaries. Wo condemn It fubjected to to conditions which j0n Notabuc la more Uaportant la eastern state la being stocked with ravor tbe development of tbe rbeu- western abeep. Tbe eaat producea but for Its failure to place tho Penal Intb bora than clear, steady light Insure this by getting pMtle virus, or poison, and do not get a small share of Ita meat, and pros- stitutions of tho State under a nontb oil tnat burn clear and raeBfh exercise to enable tbe excre-Aor- f pect are good for mutton prlcea that partisan commission; refusal to pass eleaa without a flicker down to to throw it out of tbe sya--teth last drop. innjylvaiila organi a will give to tHa grower a fair profit, a workman's compensation act; crud oil renned to perfection. rheumatism developa. Cost no mora than tha tank-wazif doga do not become troublesome corrupt practice aot; and for lowering kind save MONK these landa should show good returna the aohool por capita. We also con saves WORK save aye. Rearing Draft Horse. to Investors who understand tbe bul-ne- demn the unanimous tendency of the Tour dealr baa SOUTH Oil. Tbe faraoer who goes Into tbe bust- la barreia direct tnm eurv boraea ahould from Governor down, works. State officials, of rearing draft to play politics, by looking ahead ptlek by tbe bilaeta through thick rMdlng Sheep. SMI .JM4 thin, tbrougb good Uaaea a4'ba4. . Ib breeding abeep, first and fore- for some other job, Instead of lookmost of all la tbe blood, then next la ing after tbe vital Interests of tbe gllagt for Lambe. UCntry at Warna, Combine tbeae witb people of the State, whom they are conformation. (W " ilaga 1 veil adapted for fattaatag I aklU tad tbe world will bow at your Mil tb sworn to serve. tare- - aui,on.l Mbt and for a part ntlw (er wl I abxiM. . .. candidate (or member Tenth. Our , fcreedlnf Vm foUk Wvlnnnllv a mare fails to Drovlde after dropping her foal, and un less this Is noticed in time ana the colt is lost This tmtihln ran uauallv be remedied br be selected by ir rmirt T. F. Wrkhcad, steps the people In the final election, la First. Wc endorse all the Attorney;- - V. for Judge; Hen D. lUngo, which have been token by tho Coun- - Instructed nnd pledged to voto I'. .MldUlf, Jailer; K. 0. Unrrnss,i?nt.iii,iirjiii nnd I'roarosslvo Exec- - tho following laws: n. E. DlrUhead. Muster ConiIt. T. Collins, Trustee A mensuro embodying tho lnltln- - mlssloner; Committees, leading up to nnd 'uthe ' Jury Fund: T. II. HlacU, Sheriff, and referendum. conven- Including tho call for this Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcown, 'tlon to formulate a platform upon 'I ho recall for nil State, District Ueaer Dam; G. 1'. Jones, Route f, Hartford; W. (.'. Harp, Roslnc. Court which candidate for tho various coun- and County officials. amendment to tho Primary lonvenes first .Monday In Fcbniar) An ty offices and member of tho House elee-- I and three weeks; third continues of Heproscntatlvcs are to appeal to Election Lnw, providing for tho conven- - Momluy In April, two weeks; third voters of Ohio county for support at t.on of delegates to National two weeks. all Monday In October It. II. Wedding. County Court the coming November ejection, under tlons, and for tho selection of. Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, CIcrU; C. H. emblem, believing party committeemen. the Republican Court Hartford. Attorney, An amendment to tho Primary Elcc Smith, who may en- Ithat It la best for thoho first Monday In each w Here convenes .---- - ,i, r.nor,l Prlrfl.nrv In CHOW what tlon LnW. nrOVMltlg ... . UUU -- -n DC -- --. month. . Bf)i,. bHUUU bUW onUULU on0 cnnillllat0 of any Quarterly Court Begins on the ul Hiu ue of thq time limit. fourth Monday In county , party at tho closo February, May, Prolific Animal, Proven to Be Good 'and fair to tho people of the me selection inuy u iu.w..b.. . August nnd November. 'to know just where tneir caniuuaies 8uckler and Careful Mother, Court of Claims Convenes first Should Be Retained. 'stand, upon all questions of public ' that party's committee. Tuesday In January and first TuesAn amendment to tho Election Law j day In October. Interest. It Is 6trango that a farmer will ( faor rigid economy permitting any candidate to have Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le-II. year keep the good brood mare from jondmt o( all the business the benefit of the votes of all parties Sun or, Fordsxllle, Ky., Put ' ' Assesto year and at tho same , tlic county t0 tho Cn that tax- - which may support his candidacy by V. D. No. 2; Bernnrd Felix, No. 2; sor. Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. pos- - having his name placed under more to the ,es nmy be reduced Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hartupon the ballot. ford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartas sho Is fat enought to go. Thus the,slble rate, realizing that we are bur- than one device e ford. high taxes, The repeal of the cdlousreglstra-whllgood brood sow Into the fattening pen , aened by the present JUSTICES' COURTS. . tlon certificate law, which in every county and town. tho Kilt, untried as a brood i j Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tucs.lny sow. takes her place. This Is a mis matter of economy election lias niaue easy me cornm - j after 3rd Monday In March, TuesdiO Third. As a , take. and lu the interest of a better tlon of the ballot wherever certlfl-- ' after 3rd Monday In June, Tuesday bo a good When a sow proves to after 3rd Monday in September, Tuessystem, we favor placing the cates are required. mother she business suckler and careful A measure prohibiting the uso of! day after 3rd Monday In December. Fiscal affairs of the county In the should bo retained, especially If she John II. Miles, RocUport, Friday ot- to be com- - money, with which to corrupt Monday In March, Friday Is prolific, says tho Iowa Homestead. hands of a commission one after 3rd Mondny In June, Friday cjios- - era, anu uisinirancnising anj after 3rd With such a sow the farmer Is reason, posed of three persons to be Mondny In September, after 3rd ably assured of a strong, healthy lit- en by the voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes, Friday after 3rd Monday In De a corrupt practice act. ter of pigs that will grow into profit- large; believing that the finances cember. able hogs. A gilt may prove a good of the county can better be bandied , Workman's compensation law. Wednesday O. overlay her brood, while four by a smaller number of men, who placing our penal Instltu-ca- n after E. Scott. Cromwell, A measure suckler. 3rd Mondny In March, Wed of her or five Is often tho number a nonpar-busine- nesday after 3rd Monday In June, bo. chosen entirely with their tlons uuder control of brood So with the young gilt for Wednesday after 3rd .Monday lu Sepquallflcatons In view. Un- - tlsan commission. brood sow the pig proposition on tho ider tember, Wednesday aflei Siu Mon-ua- y arrangement the of fee of Kepeal of tho hunter's tax. this In December. farm Is a very uncertain one. A . llPllPilt Of tllO dOC tnV. P.TPO WOlllll J10t bfi Ti.a.lnn nt tha. - -. an.-- , John II. Miles, Rockport, Friday vi II a sow proves 10 oo u buuu U.r.A.orafter 3rd Mondny i March, er from the start she should bo re- detracted from, but Its powers for Abolishment of many needless talned, for It Is reasonable to expect usefulness In the maintenance of or- - flees created by the last session of after 3rd Monday In June, Frhla after 3rd Monday lu September, Frithat ehe will get better each year. der m tne vari0us magisterial dls- - the legislature. day after 3rd Monday In December. And it is a fact that older sows bring i . rf A measure reforming the taxing would be far greater. J. C. Jackson, Ccntcrtown, Satstronger pigs and a greater healthier, Fourth. The office of county as- - sstem of the State which will place urday after 3rd Monday In March. number of them, with less danger of sessor should bo abolished, and the the burdens of taxation where they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, trouble of any kind at farrowing Ume. of upon the Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep perforined by procIy be,ongt of tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday men chosen by the County Board of men who own small homes nnd lu December. BANDAGE ON A. HORSE'S LEG for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded In the M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af assessment. ter 2nd Monday In March. Tuesday district. Should Be to Get Equal PresObject Fifth. The people of Ohio county A law giving Mie people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday sure at All Points Replace at wc equal advantages with those of the after 3rd Monday In August, Tues better roads - and descrves Leaat Once Dally. day after 2nd .Mondny In Not ember. candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the pledge the Thomns Sanders, Olaton, Wednes2 day i railroads to gic us the benefit of after the second Monday In In bandaging the legs, endeaver to nominated upon this platform if elect March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday get an equal pressure at all points. A cd, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate, Upon all other matters not spccl-lirln- In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday long roll Is, therefore, best, and sev- to Inaugurate a system which shall In August, Wednesday after 2nd Moneral layers should be wrapped around nlinut thin desired end in the flrnlU-- mentioned herein, our candi- - day In November. the member. It Is a good plan to re-'date Is- directed to vote in the interest Grant Pollard, Fordsvllle. Tuesday edIest and bcst poeslble way. . ltA nA.toA MnlaKtlff With fill. ' fcUO tauuUfeV, .,).au,.MD 1UUVD nlv,L Wrt nlAilitn rt.lf" ll ftfl " V Qlin-'.- tf nwArvAda .1 il r- t- tUa nnndPfll M'nl. after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- uay alter 2nd .Monday In May. Thurs port in behalf of every effort to lm- - fare of all day after 3rd Monday lu August, Upon this declaration of principles Thursday schools, for better build- -' our after 2nd Monday In NoIncs, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of this conent!on vember. every high 'pledge their hearty support to the J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after , a course In agriculture for nd Monday in March. Friday after school, and an agricultural expert- - candidates who nray be nominated In May. Friday 3rd ment farm located In the county. at the general primary clectlon.flrst 2nd Monday August, Friday after 2nd .Monuay in after Seventh. Our sympathies are with Saturday In August next, under the Monday In November. to Log Cabin, for the various offices to HARTFORD POLICE COURT. the farmers In their efforts m C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. Wilobtain better prices for their pro- - be voted for in Ohio county at the son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, ducts, and especially do we sym- coming November election. .Marsnai; court com ones Bccond MonRespectfully submitted, pathize with tho tobacco growers of day In pi-mfii-r- k? form, !ilatforni, should he . Zy'TJJS'Zf Directory OHio CoVrnty ty; m.i C. G. Davenport, Warren county. ... nflriM-f- l t.. II. Tlch- lenor, President; Henry PIrtle, irctnry; a. u. ncimcti, inwuni. COUNTY UUAHU UP 1. Sec- - J-, fl n Henry Leach, Uiuirmnii, L. 11. nariioru, Ky. D. No. 5. 2. E. I'. 3. M. S. I. n. L. -.. Tlchcnor, Hartford, II. F. tie Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Alfonl, Whllo Run, Ky. Richard Plumnicr, Taylor Mines, Kentucky. v y'ii d iratcer. (DWii'-C-. nr lrnr r. vii".M ...... J .; Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. praotlce his protoalon In UU and adjoining countioa. Commercial and Criminal Proctlw a Specialty. Will - .... gccon,ve y, ttu lo,t isr-ite- ... - Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. 1 Smith ss Mire. W. 11. Banuo nml C. E. vo form-- a Smith announce that Uwy jrrac-tic- e partm.'rabAp for tho goiK-m-l of law, exc at criminal and dlvor oa., Mr. Smith bolng County Attorney Is pixnvntod from practicing such couws. Mr. Llarius wdll Individually In OKloa .icct'lt nuch practlcv Hartford Republlaiin building, Hartford, K" -- ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law WITH M. L. D. KIRK KY. HEAVRIN HARTFORD, ,,. This office Is equipped for handand Collection ling Commercial Items as well as other legal and liti gated matters. Practice In all tho courts. Prompt nnd vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrln'a Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD KY. Matters Gjven Prompt Atteri' tion. PHN3I0N AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTT. AH p- Ohio County 1 lis J,lV i m Ohio county I .- -. iiv!!'BSfc-- wmPH Mm t. 1 tt x high-price- d sftS inj full-bre- d tur-lOlp- one-fourt- - each month. City Council J. H. Williams. Mayor; R. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. II. B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Bean. Veterinary Surgeon School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendle- Ky. ton, Chairman; W. II. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. .Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Suu-da- y school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ccning. Rev. Savllle, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school I Succeed when everything else fatls. 9M5 a. m. Prayer meeting- every WedIn nervous prostration ana lemaie nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. weaknesses they are the supreme Christian Church Services evorv remedy, as thousanda havo testified. fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. STOMACH TROUBLE O. Wright pastor. It ia the best medicine ever aoU Cumberland Presbyterian Church-Sun- day over a druggist 'a counter. school every Sunday at 9:15 a. in. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodgo No. C75, F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. M.; Owen Hunter. Secrotnrv. Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. meets every second nnd fourth MonBOOMr. SKM SUCCSM I day evenings. MI6S Anna J. Patton, SPECIAL OFFER: W. M.; Jas. II. Williams, W. B.; Xw.BmImw. AtrUIWUI riUitfcMoar Mruunint raitomer. von m Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. r Ht rallrrtloM ww,ji-riHiii- H Mr uiiutT.--iM- s Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights Ir UlflnMtTintmlnUlii.iM.(l)MTWI. k. nnttlMUaU. of Pythias meets ovcry Tuesday even- lUMlMti'i-iw-MU- t ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ncy y; Mention thla Paptr. Write Foster, K. of R. &. S. MVWWNMWVMMMAAAAVlW Hartford Tent No. 99. K. O. T. M. SEND 10 CENTS meets every first and third 1 hurs Jay nights. R. T. Collins, Commp.r.der; m.m14, Ut-w- t with j tm o Swift ' L. P. Foreman, Recorl Keeper. , Acme Lodgo No. L'1,0 1. O. O. F. meets every second nod fourth Friday nights In each . C. M. Bar- nott, Noblo Grand; W. R. lledrlck, To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. iphd t f W. H. RILJEY Hartford, Electric Bitters SEEDS' 11 iiimiiii to-da- i..t. ro ! hLmpOI!tfrat a, a. , am Ob. C M ft. i fatot clrt J 1 Hartf:d Ca'iip No. 202 W. O. W. meeta eer-- ' s cond nud fourth nlsl's in each month. Lesllo Bei'.iett, C iiucil Cominundcr; W. C. vh luci, cierk. huns-in- o Hlvo No. t2, L. O. T. M., meets every first and third Friday nights in ea"ch month. Mr3. Attyo Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Kee.ier. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M meots every third Saturday night In each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W. S. Tlnsloy, Secretary. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National Officers President, Ira M. J. ChryBt. Hudson, Wis.; V. President, 8. B. Robertson, Cnlhoun, Ky.; Secretary & Treas., II. Q. Tank, Wau-aa- u Wis. I State Officers President, J. II. Princeton, Ky,; Vice President, J. H. Uurney, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson. Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. Hartford, Ky. Members Stato Exocuti.-- Board Bea Wataon, Webster county; J. W. Dua, Davlees county; Henry PIrtle, Oblo couaty; E. I, Ray, Hardin coun-Sat-urd- ty Bal-mai- n, e secretary. Ladies! S&ve Money aad Keep tat Style by Readisg McCalTa MagaiiHe awl UtiagMcCallPatterM MKALLS MACA21KI Kc(riUiili icn jnu urns 1) wlllt ui-l.li- lr at a iiiixlrnue kooplua cilen!.o lou polled on Ibo (.itoJl faalilous la dolbo tuil bill. Kulilon Dettcua rajucH. Oulr a rear. Including-Bub- arm mm fay cnlo todar or Kud fur treo umplo copr. McC Futw will ennhlc rou to mako In jour owa bom, wltli you'iuwu liaotli t lotblQEfor louruir aud cbildipu wtilcb will ba aertert la nils and fit. I'rtre nnna Ii Islirr IbfB ! ctnti Bond fm tree 1'aturu Cawloiruo. ( (Oc lu cacti Usuo. Mm-alualjla Itiforiiittloa in ill boino tuU per-kifrco palteHi. -r 1ft-- Wifill mmm.MimilMtumnnal w wmi mi rut rnmt roi aenpttooa among Murfrlodt Premluui Catalocue and Caib in --.- mLJL&'m i ;ff-ft&VffMv " . ' Rules Governing Fony Contest. STku 1. Any boy or girl not over tho age of 10 years, living in Ohio county, may enter tho contest. 2, This contest Bhall- - begin Friday, March 21, 1913, and shall close on Saturday June 23, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will be printed in Tho Hartford Itcpubllcnn for tho first four weeks of the contest. These coupons when properly filled out may be voted by anyone for any contestant. To be complete they mu3t Include tho border. To bo counted they must be brought cr mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before tho date shown on each It. ' WOMAJS TRIALS. The burdens n i ghtencd if she will bottle-wrapp- I CASTORIA Cpr Lrr uit1MUsiBsWlBEXjSI .TTatJitLawv 4 AW 'AfK.," r. v.v v '. v For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought AU'OIIOI, 3 TEIt CKNT. ANdclable Pre rarallon IV.W slmilnllnjilieroodamlRa'ufe liiigllic Sioaiadis nndDwclstjf snvi.rn.T-,.iMnu:t- l TOOD &WE&? t"- - , RQAP3 STATES LAGS Im- t imau lim,fo ca'ry through IV e are many b'lt thty can t t.rn to Dr. Tierce' Friont.s I'rsseription. A soothing and autiduin tienotn excitahrt; . prtntraticn, hysteria, ttren4'henins5 nervine ard t!: many aymntutu r)ich ivty I' romj ' bv tlutuesi.if!, ill peculiar ' pmiiJ .r di. tress t..d lor tho derange to women. For thJii "rlroMitit.-Jow- n men! ont! Irregularities ilia " Fnvorito l'rctcriplion " has had many thoujands o from peoplo living Li every ptrt cf Amerieai' Another Important testimonial thing to tvery aomen is that this cisdlcinc fc made from cCicIcrit medicinal roots, 'ull list of ingredi without the use of alcohol, narcotics, or any injaricms agents, ami eworn to By Dr. H. v. riercc wno is 1 resiuest ents given on ol the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, tit Buffalo, N. Y. Bvcry wonsa is invited to write to ISis institute at4 hot-Cas- he SIwISLmw5BVafsB9P3aBBB9B9BBBfllBS Bears of tie UNITED Signature Promolcs Dirfeslionflvcrfur tifi ncss snd l'vesLContalnj nciLVr Opiitm.Morphtac norMiarral. J In Way Behind in Matter of proved Highways. Of 2,200,000 Miles In This Country Than 200,000 Are Up to Date 9250,000,000 Is the Annual coupon. 3. Contestants, r.'Mtvc confidential and sound medical adice, entirely without cot from one who makes the diseases of noaica his specialty. "I :an chorrfuuy recommend yonr.ipnvws, especially vour Faviirlbil'ieJcrltitlon.' for nil f"ninl'll.rlcr?, wr.lca i:'i. M. M. :iotmi:i.L. of Waff Cfr, Txnh., U at; i. "D11rlr.it tho t'wrs'tsflwn ynars I r'tonvl ?from pilm Inonly bnckan-- l l' tnnlcnti but fmnl TrhM many by a friend to t:y Dr. riorcr 1 iHTsiLiui-I'll I until I wjs ',-- . V&vort'r Af!r C'Vltvj th'J iirtiindy a fitr trltl. Ui I fauttl "tat it tt,Ti!d di J'ist rhnt It Is reornm-mlr- d I mall C ). n I cniimv, speak too Mju.7 Ii'I'i rw's rem .I'm lor all female d'Tjujoaiurj." of Dr. cvul. nT-m- rT-ci- j'. Lot''. "M.-w-r Lets Not Narcotic. tciptctoUkS3Zwmin Dnjin Stta" jUitStti iOraSurJ- Ctonfril Slmr Waayrrra araft Lots to People. What Is the use of rural frfce delivery mall routes and the parcel post system If thero Is to be no Improvement of tho public roads for the economic delivery of parcels and malls? According to a bulletin Issued by the offlco of public roads, there were In tho United States In 1909 2,199,645 miles of public roads, and the total mllcago of Improved public roads was only 190,476. Yet we boast that tho United States Is a highly civilized country and make faces at tho eflete countries of the old world, In come of tho most decadent of which, as we are accustomed to call them, the people know where they are going when they Btart, and have some Idea of when thoy will get there and what it will cost them to make tho Journey. There Is a good deal of humbug lu the claims wo mako for ourselves, particularly when It comes to practical things, although we are willing to admit without argument that wo are the most practical people in tho world. Recently what is called tho second National Good Roads Federal Aid convention was in session in Washington. The place of meeting could not have been better selected; the time could not have been more Inauspicious. Nobody was thinking about good roads, except the nearest cut to the. White House and the offices waiting for distribution. It was announced in tho official program of the meet, which was called by the American Automobile association, that "the distinct purpose of this gathering is to create a concrete plan which shall logically involve our national government In the highways progress of the country." That is a One purpose; but with the old ones going out in shoals and tho new ones coming in wlthotai any special purposo or any purpose that has been formulated clearly, this was hardly the time for the association to make a very deep Impression upon tbe legislative and disposing mind. For two days the convention discussed good roads in a most intelligent way and a mass of valuable Information was obtained from expert testimony, foreign and domestic, that would lose much of its force If it should be suffered to "perish with the using" or the speaking. The main contention of the association is that "it Is the duty of the federal government to supplement state and county systems with a plan of national roads connecting all parts of the country. That Is a most ambitious project, but none too ambitious for a country so big as this. There are something like 3,000 counties in the United States and it Is well within the mark to say of these counties that in not one-hal- f Is there anything like what could be called by the utmost stretch of courtesy a road "system." The official figures prove this without argument. The ratio of good roads to bad roads Is as 199,000 Is to 2,000,000, and, as Mr. Dooley would say, "there ye are." But it is as certain as taxes that good roads are coming. Tho Idea is taking hold of the public imagination and will soon make Its way into the public pocketbook. It costs from five to ten cents, according to the classification, to haul a ton of freight by the much abused railroads a hundred miles or cents eo; It costs about twenty-thre- e a mile to haul a ton of almost any sort of freight over most of the public highways in this country, and these highways are in the dally use of tho people In their most intimate and necessary bUBlneBS. It has been estimated that bad roads cost the people ot the United States not less than a year. $250,-000,0- r 4i forConslipa- Use For Over Apcrfcfi Remedy 1 will bo furnished with receipts to be glve'n for all pay ments 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. Theso can bo voted at any time during the contest. The number of votes Indicated will in no manner be changed during the progress ot tho contest. SCHEDULE One year Two years OF VOTES FOR Mns. lioEMXL. Dr. PJcrc'a rcucta resmate aver u.s. JAMES & CO., First Class Liverytneti Centertown, Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, 1011 , SOUl 910IXKII.IJ Mil IK" Yorms,toiiMiisioH5.rcuri3:i Signature of uc3sadLossorSiEi:?. FaeS'ir:! NEW YORK. Thirty Years 5S5tt3un3"" Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA votes votes .. votes Three, years votes Four years votes Five years 5. No employe of Tho Hartford Republican, nor member of their Immediate family, may enter the con ... ..$1.00.... 200 .. 2.00.... 500 .. 3.00.... 1,000 .. 4.00.... 1,400 5.00.... 2,000 OUR CLUBBING RATES. fl.35 The Republican and Louisville Herald 1.50 The Republican and Courier-Journ1.75 The Reptblican and St. Louis 1.50 The Republican and Home and Farm Inquirer 1.75 The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.50 The jxepublicam ana uaiiy uwensroro inquirer al Globe-Democrat ro test C. 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We aro s&caxdid&to for the Republican notnt-aaS- b HENRY LEACH as a candldato for a candldato for tho Republican nomJtor member of the Houso of tho Republican nomination for Coun- ination for Justice of tho Peace of from Ohio county, ty School Superintendent tajarjU3taUvc8 of Ohio tho Ccntertown .Magisterial District. twtfvfccfc to tho General Primary county. General Primary Election Doarnoss Cannot be Cured. Sat. August 2, 1913. Sat. August 2, 1913. by locat applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the car. 'VFa sire authorized to nnnounro V. to announce Wo aro authorized ., nar, of Reaver Dam, Ky., us JOHN W. ODEM-- , of West Fords-tlll- o There Is only one way to cure deaf-n3JL Is by constitutional and that at ouudlrlate for the Roiiulillcan precinct, for tho Republican remedies. Dcafncxs Is caused by an the offlco of member of tl.o nomination for the offlco of SuperinInflamed condition of the mucous JEJivjem of Representatives from Ohio tendent of Schools of Ohio county, lining of the Eustachian Tube. When subject to tho General eraate,. subject to the General Primary Elec- this tubo is Inflamed you have a Sat. August 2, 1913. tion, Sat. August 2. 1913. rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deaf;FOtt COUNTY JUDGE. FOR JAILER. ness Is tlio result, nd unless the InWssarn authorized to announce V'o arc authorized to announce J. flammation can be taken out and this tSSQ. .MACK COOK, of Arnold W. DUVALL, of Select voting pre- tubo restored to Its normal condition, a candidate for the cinct ,as u candidate for the Re- hearing will be destroyed forover; nine nomination for Judge of publican nomination for tho office of cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh 2Jkfc .County Court. General Primary Jailer of Ohio county. Genera! Pri- which Is nothing but an Inflamed conan 2, 1913. CSIw-tiSat. August mary Election Sat. August 2, 19)3 We dition of tho mucous surfecs. will give One Hundred Dollars for TO?, eve authorized to announce 51. We are authorized to announce W. any case of Deafness (caused by ca- 12,733. for P. MIDKIFF ns a candidate for the tarrh) as a candidate Vl.. i'EAVRIN that cannot be curod by Hall's "Six counties oted for prohibition CJfci JBepubllcan nomination for Coun-H- jr Republican nomination for Jailer of Send for circulars, by an aggregate majority of 2,319, Catarrh Cure. Ohio county, subject to Ohio county. General Primary Elecjsarfgo of free. and at tho same time gave an ag.Alut General Primary Election, Sat. tion Sat. August 2, 1913. F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O. gregate majority of 7,020 against wo1913. slBrat 2, Sold by Druglsts, 75c. man suffrage. The other six counties to announce We are authorized Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- voted against prohibition by an agto announce J. JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route pation, "W.itri authorized m gregate majority of 3,1 19, and at tho of Paradise, a candidate 1, as a candidate for the Democratic HC iKU-Esame time gave a majority of G.707 - JJtvV Republican nomination for nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. .aWhat Free Sugar Would Do. against woman suffrage. .Itips of Ohio county court. General General Primary Election, Sat. AuPut sugar on the free list and what "It Is Interesting to note that the Sat. August 2, gust 2, 1913. EMnKiry Election, would happen? majority of those counties which ot- The planters of Louisiana say that ed In fat or of woman suffrage are We are authorized to announce C. It would ruin their Industry. small, sparsely populated counties, VSe anj authorized to announce R. P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a The planters of Hawaii and Porto situated either In the upper peninsu .WEDDING, a candidate for tho .. candidate for the Democratic nom- Rico islands over which flics the la or In the plno barrens of the backJfZtgMbllcaii nomination for ination for the office of Jailer, of United States flag say that It would woods district of Uie loner of County Judge of So .the office Ohio county, subject to the General bankrupt them. sO&io county. General Primary Elec-tJ&Primary Election, Saturday, August The beet sugar manufacturers of Sat August 2, 1913. Pony Contestants. 2, 1913. the West declare that It would put LEWIS GRAY BROWN, Hartford. them out of business. ' We are authorized to announce L. to announce We are authorized It would take $30,000,000 a year 05A D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford Ky., 3L ?riCHENOR of Hartfoid, JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., from the treasury, an amount which MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. z sxcni- 5, as a candidate for the as a candidate for the office of Jailer would hac to be made up by the TULA C. KING, route 2, Hartford. nomination for the office of WILLIE FORD, Horse Branch. of Ohio county, subject to the Gendirect taxation of incomes. OstiKy Judge of Ohio county, sub-gx- si eral Primary Election, Saturday, Au.Meanwhile the magnates of tllP RUBY NEAL FAUG11T Ccntertown. .. iio the action of the General gust 2 1913. Sugar Trust smile and smile. They UAN lu fMnu. Mcnenr. SZcuatjry, Saturday, August 2, 1913. VICTOR OLLER. Fordsville. alono would be benefited. They would FOR ASSESSOR. have a monopoly, and they would GAYLE TAYLOR, Hnrtford. .'FVS. COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce T05I continue to fix the nrlco of sucar RAYMOND FELIX, Hartford. iSTc .are authorized to' announce C. S")X, of Rosine, as a candidate for to the people, just as they hae been RUSSELL EARP, Rosine. ? SlttTII a candidate for the BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. for C&unty Attorney the Republican nomination for the of- In the habit of doing heretofore. ' OdCAR BENNETT, Hartford. Wllson-a- nd Great is the oj iJfeio county. General Primary fice of Assessor of Ohio County, sub Trust! Philadelphia Inquirer. Sugar ELLIS KING. Hartford. ject to the General Primary Election, i2?to3.i'm, ShL August 2, 1913. KARL HOOVER. Hartford. Saturday August 2, 1913. MYRTIE ASHLEY, R. 4, Hartford. Puziied Him UTs .tire authorized to announce D LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartferd. An officer who was in charge of We are authorized to announce .i KKTR UHOADS, of Beaver Dam, a cxsif jiate for the Republican noniina DILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct. recruiting duty tells the story of a recruit who was undergoing Siasc. Jfox County Attorney of Ohio a candidate for the Republican nomi- - , would-b- e FOR FLETCHER'S riKTtrQF. General Primary Election, nation for Assessor of Ohio county, examination as to his phjslcal Primary Election Sat. August ness for the army. In applying the 2, 1913. iiii. eye test the official told the recruit 1913. Report of the Condition of the to look at the signs bearing the 'vv are authorized to announce C. JU1 S..LBNBTT a candidate for the Weare authorized to announce G. various letters of the alphabet with- CROMWEL DEPOSIT BANK out order .Ihe recruit examined the TUejjiWJcMi 'nomination for County WILL BROWN, route 1, llartford.as , .Attorn? of Ohio county. Doing Business in the Town of General candidate for the Republican nomina- signs carefully, sas the Washington "Election, Saturday, August tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio Star. Cromwell, County of Ohio, "Can you see those letters?" askState or Kentucky, at tho county, subject to the General Eleced the officers. Close ot Business on the tion, Saturday Aug., 2, 1913. "Yes., sir," said the recruit. TVCU! COUNTY COURT clerk. 4th day of June, 1913. "Then read them," commanded the U'feare .authorized to announce C. to announce L. We are authorized officer. The recruit was RESOURCES. a. KSjX711, of llartford.as a candl- - B. LONEY as a candidate for the times the recruit was silent. Three asked it he Loans and Discounts $2S,021.19 cJait. or the Republican nomination Republican nomination for the ofcould sic the lines and eacli time he ; tfor- - EJ2 oXCJoe of County Court Clerk fice of Asessor of Ohio county, sub replied he could but stood in nervous Overdrafts, becured and uu3.73 Secured a" OiHo County. General Primary ject to tho General Primary Elec silence when asked to read them. Stocks, Bonds and other 83- i?iAalan, August 2, 1913. tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Finally the exasperated officer de00 curltles manded: 7,7.r1.2S Due from Banks to announce authorized tt?V: are FOR CORONER. "If you can see them, why don't Cash on hand 2.970.7S (CfUlUDE BLANKBNSHIP, of Beaver We are authorized to announce Dr. Checks and other cash for the Repub-Jita- A. B. RILEY as a caudlddate for the you read them?" ',0410 K.. candidate "I would, sir," answered the per89.C0 Items nomination for County Court office of Coroner, of Ohio County sub. spiring recruit, "but 1 don't know-ho- Banking House, Furniture ? Ohio county. General Prl-nsOii-f- c Ject to the action of the Republican to pronounce, that word." 2,241.10 and Fixtures Election Sat. August 2, 1913. party at tho General Primary August 00 Other Real Estate i. 1913. Other Assets not Included 'VJ; tire .authorized to announce J. I 00 under any of aboo heads m2Si:i HOAOTLAND, route 5, Har FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. Por Infants and Children. JTunC &cr ihe Republican nomination W. Wo are authorized to announce $4l,077.9S Total HcciOvi ntlJco ot County Court Clerk H. PIERCE, ot Roslno precinct, a Ti;9 Kind You Have Always Boughl LIABILITIES. uyr&ihtvoiuty. General Primary candidate for the Republican nomi Capital Stock paid In, In xYugust 2, 1913. Bears the nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro In cash $15,000.00 District. General Signature of sine Magisterial 2.722.4C Surplus Fund authorized to announce Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. VT2 tart Undivided Profits, less exiSEX'. .'C "WILLIAMS, of Cromwell Vote on Suffrage in Michigan 235.SS penses and taxes paid ; tirpjay. :a candldato for the Repub-HUsk- n to announce The We are authorized wiulnatloji for Clerk or Ohio ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, a "A claim made by suffragists that Deposits subject to $18,290.42 oaaiiy. "Uuneral Primary Election, "andldate for the Republican nomina- the overwhelming defeat of woman Check suffrage In Michigan a fow weeks ago Demand Certlficat- August 2, 1913. kratxrA. tion for Justlco ot tho Peace In Hart00 es of Deposit .. was duo to tho lltpjor Interests has ford district, General Primary elec' Sfe.jrre authorized to announce LOJ tion Sat. August 2, 1913. been crushed by the official figures Timo Deposits .. 4,822.47 00 ryifiOTJl, af Hartford, Route G. as a complied and anal zed by tho elec- Certified Checks .. Checks tion authorities throughout tho State. Cashier's oxtatitJite fur tho Democratic Wo aro authorised to announco C.7D 23,119.04 outstanding .'... 'Xor tho ofllco of County Ceurt WINSON SMITH, of Select precinct, Tho liquor Interests aro credited Cfrti:.of Ohio county, subject to tho a candldato for tho Republican nomi- with Increasing tho majority of 7C0 Duo Hanks and Trust Com00 panies &xianE. 'Of the General Primary, Sat-ibi- jr nation for Justice of tho Peaco of against votes for women registered Bills Redls-countAugust 2, 1913. In Michigan last fall from a majority Notes and Roslno 51aglsterial District. General 00 Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. of 9C.H4 this spring. Yet the same s00 .FOR SHERIFF. Interests did not have enough Influ- Unpaid Dividends 00 Wtf- am authorized to announce S. Wo aro authorized to announco J. ence to mako the majority ot coun- Reserve for taxes 00 Av. 'zTRATCHER as a candldato for A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a ties opiosed to equal sutfrago 'go Bills Payablo Other Liabilities not Includ"Uks 31epublinni nomination for She- candidate for tho Republican nominawot.' " 00 ed under any above heads riff a Ohio county, Bubject to the tion for Justlco of tho Peace, of tho This Is tho opening paragraph of 'djcju'jxti Primary Election, Saturday, Sulphur Sprfugs district. General Pria statement Issued by the National $41,077.98 Total .. ..- mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. uijfisi. 2, 1913. Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage and given out last week by State, of Kontucky.) Mt'ie we authorized )Sct. to announce S. headquarters. Wo aro authorized to announco W. Its Washington The County of Ohio,) tt. KEOWX as a candidate for tho M. CHANCELLOR, of Ceralvo pre- - J statement Is In kooplng with tho Xftijwlrilcan nomination tor tho of- We, T. E. Coopor and J. J. a canddlato for tho Republican soclatlon's policy of furnishing for Justlco of Peaco In act figures (o offset tho claims, Stewart, President and Cashier ot tho ilm at Sheriff of Ohio county, sub- abovo named Bank, do solemnly jffE io ihe General Primary Eiec- - tho Contertown District. General , charges, or arguments of tho swear that tho abovo statement Is Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. fraglsts. ef2im. K.t. August 2, 1913. I "Tho following figures," continues true to tho best of our knowledge and t :M o aro authorized are authorized to announce W. to announce tho report, "furnish tho only reply belief. T. E. COOPER, President. 'AT- COMMODORE) ASHLEY, routo GEORGE M. MADDOX, Sr., a can- needed to refute tho desperate efJ. J. STEVART, Cashier. rr. Hartford, a candldato for tho Ro- - dldato for Justice of tho Peaco In tho forts of the suffragists to ovade the Subscribed and sworn to before me ptiuTimn nomination for Sheriff ot Rockport .Magisterial District. Gen-or- moral lesson given them by the votPrimary Election, Sat. August ers of Michigan: this 10th day of June, 1913. C&o'o County. General Primary Eloc- .My 2, 1913. - "Woman Commission Expires February suffrage was defeated In JBJiirn .Sat. August 2, 1913. I s Michigan by a majority cf 96,144. Sov- - 23, 1916. We are authorlzod to announce onteen of the eighty-thre- e T. WADE STRATTON, "We' are authorized to announco S. counties NotCary Public. tSJ. .BENNETT a candldato for the SAM L. STEVENS, of Beaver Dam, In Michigan gave a majority'Jn favor Klcc-CJuax. ht homl-aa.2on.f- or ht S, -sc -Demo-maz&- ot suffrage. Twelve of these sjven- teen are 'we' counties and flvo of tho soventeen are 'dry' counties. In other words, 70 per cent of tho counties giving a majority In faor of woman suffrage aro 'wet' counties and less than 30 per cent of all the counties giving a majority In favor of woman suffrage are 'dry counties. "There aro In Michigan thirty-thre- e counties which are theoretically 'dry' under tho county prohibition system. Of these thirty-thre- e 'dry' counties, twenty-eigvoted against woman suffrage. There are fifty 'wet' counties In Michigan, of which thirty-eigvoted against woman suffrage. In other words, 76 per cent of the 'wet' counties of Michigan voted against woman suffrage, as com pared with SI per cent of the 'dry' counties which oted against woman suffrage. "Twelvo countlis In Michigan voted for or against county prohibition on April 7, 1913, the same day on which woman suffrage was submitted to the electors for tho second time. Each gave a majority against woman suffrage, tho total majority being j5i.. sWmW WE ARE THE BUSY BE& $TOKZ ALL RIGHT BUT Yotf CANT CjET ocnr.X7pn STUMG HEUF; FOR, iwmjk WwawL (T !!UinK-JritW- i f- WE DID N'r MAKE OUR SUCCESS THAT "WAY. jJF ARE HEUt To STAY AND MAKE (JOOP. PRICE OUH. U.OIHINU it im mh fiftPHfl w.a r. m "Wdc5 ''y' ijWF ) 1-- YOU WILL NEVER. GET "JTlNfj" IF YOU &UY THAT NEW JtIT OF CLOTHE J FROM WE WILL NOT JEND YoU AWAY WITH A POOR FIT. WE CANNOT SEND YOU AWAY WITH AN OLD JTYLEJUITOR. A POOR PIECE OF CLOTH, BECAUSE WE HAVE NOT GOT THAT KIND IN oVT JToRE. WE WILL JELL YOU A GOOD .SUIT FOR LE-5THAN YOU I THINK. 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