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'WWWWWtWW VIMI' Subscription $1 pe No. 49 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1913. compete largely with men as nhoada. A. W. Mills, E. Crowe, If. A. WILL ORGANIZE Babbit, Wm. Wallace, John A.Clark, Tho objection to chivalry la that James A. Thomas, A. T. Nail and It Is only skin deep; that along with NEW SUGAR Thomas Greer. extremo politeness may go the most those YEARS AGO In looking over tho names of In the substantial Injustice. who answered to the roll call That, of course, la true. But Isn't grounds on reunion at Hartford fair It better to have the injustice with the Fourth of July twenty years ago, politeness than to have neither Justice Deliberate Threat Is Made Tf"v ".. k' f"'' - wo find that about olght of every pv . .bssssss nor courtesy? IWellDescribedByenePresssssssssssssssssifr ' Before Committee. nlno have- gono to that great reunCourtesy costs so very little, and will July. ion nbovc. Therethis yearbo toonly ono It is so nice! ent That 4th of help us veteran In nlno Tho toast: "Women, once our su Fourth. celebrate the grand old periors, now our equals," was coined Oxnard Tells Senator Reed and There was another notable feature ns a witticism, but Isn't there danger Explains Formation of Independence Day WasCelebratcd of that day that will bo doubtless of Its becoming a tendency if we do remembered by somo of those present. nothing to check the rapid disappear Old Combine. . In Hartford By Bine and the It had been announced that there politeness and court ance of old-tiwould bo a bicycle raco that day, esy among tho young, and especially Gray Veterans. but for lack of courage or someamong young men toward their sisters, Washington, June lO.-- p Henry T. Dut thing It failed to como off. their mothers and other fellows' sist Oxnard, vice president ot the America there was ono blcyclo on tho grounds ers and mothers? Beet Sugar Company, told the Senate The old Fourth twenty years ago and Hayward furnished tho tun for Tho Boy Scout movement has ele- Lobby Committee today that free great day It BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW C i." vaa on Tuesday and a Mr. Hayward had never tho crowd. ments of usefulness In this direction; sugar would result In the formation ot Jwaa. to enBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSliW k ridden a wheel and In order IbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK7 but a courtesy league for ciders, as a new "sugar trust." Only the best 4kw The writer la a member of tho W. liven tho crowd decided to make his In Berlin, might also serve a good managed sugar factories would be to. V.. but he wantB to say that initial effort to ride ono that day, purpose In our careelss age. Louis- able to survive free sugar, he. said. as Wyou boys at Hartford can have despite tho fun ho would make for the ville Herald. and a combination would result. nn.t n Hino tliO COllllllK FOUrtll OS crowd of fully 3,000 people rlgnt jn "Then you are going to form a new of twenty r&J enjoyed on tho Fourth SMALLHOUS front of tho ampltheater. It was a trust?" asked Senator Reed. .years ago ou can well afford to con lively rldo and the June 18. Kuby Pearl',- - the three "I have that In mind," said the gratulate yourselves on having a gocni In nnd -- ut and around and about ran months old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. witness. and a day that can be iookcu the wheel, describing rainbows and tlrao Fred JJoone, died at the home of her law?" "In violation ot the antl-truback uion twenty years from now as ended in a splash In tho ditch, landparents Friday, June 13, after a brief "No sir; there Is no law to prevent toeing a great day. ankle deep ing tho young attorney Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Boone have It. I am sq, advised by counsel." Tho Fourth I mention was In the mud and water Just below the the sympathy ot all In the less of Oxnard told how he assisted In or by the old soldiers of tho ampltheater. their little darling. ganizing the oldl sugar trust in 1888, the dray. It was a beautiJJlue and AH In all It was a great day tho Mr. and Mrs. Carl Renfrew, Hef- - gantzlng the old sugar trust In 1888, I ful morning and tho crowd began to Fourth twenty years agoand lln, spent the week end the guests exchanging his company with a capiC. M. BARNETT, v gather early and began going In hun- would greatly enjoy going over It of Mr .and Mrs. Ben Ross. County Attorney. tal of 1,100,000 for ?75.000 new stock, Candidate for f Republican Nomination for dreds through the streets of Hartford again., i Mrs. Berry Bishop and children, of The new corporation later was taken ground. People by tho to tho fair B. S. C OwensDoro, ivy. near Centertown, and her 'slster.Mrs. over by the American Sugar Refitting hundreds camo In from every neighElmer Mltchel, ot Bevler, were the Company, tho present trust. surrounding coun Busy People. MADE NO RULING borhood and all tho CITY'S APPEAL IS juests of relatives here the latter part Oxnard said he received $10,000 congoes to tho lazy or the ties wore well represented. Every God never of tho week. as vice presdient of the American ceivable conveyance was to be seen. idle when ho wants men for his servIN KENTUCKY CASE Mr. Tom Robertson and wife, of Beet Sugar Company, but denied that WITHOUT AVAIL Tho finest carriages, and tho best ice. When God wants a worker he little he was paid that salary "for legisla ; Mrs. Nell Hazley and horses; mules and tho old oxen draw- calls a worker. When he has work laughter and Miss Clara Robertson, tive work." wagons ing tho good old farm road to bo done, he goes to those already Hartford, Ky., wero the' guests of DeAt the late afternoon session, Oxwere there. at work. When God wants a good Supreme Court Decides Against Supreme Court May Render '.heir uncle, James H. Fulkerson and nard testified that the American Beet soldiers, About 9:30 o'clock tho old servant he calls a busy man. ScripAlfe last Wednesday. Attack Sugar. Company was organized with. cision Counsil of Owensboro in who had gathered at the court house, ture and history attests this truth. Mr. James C. Drake, who Is suffer- - $5,000,000 preferred and $lt,000,WW tho marched to the fair ground to Moses was busy with his flocks at ng with rheumatism, went to Daw- - common stock. He declared the latter On State Rates. Cumberland Case. music, tho old time Horeb. Gideon was busy threshing tunc of martial ion Springs yesterday for his health. water," now represented, how-fire and enthusiasm wero kindled In wheat by tho winepress. Saul was Miss Ama Wood, who has been the ever, by plants and betterment. eyes of tho veterans. The old flag busy searching for his father's lost tho here for a week, Bankers took $4,000,000 preferred, and su- - juest of relatives Washington, June 16. The Washington, June 16. In City of received many salutes and cheers beasts. Ellsha was busy plowing returned to her home at Ceralvo got 15,000,000 common as a "profit." K With bands playing, banners flying with twelve yoke of oxen. David was Owensboro vs. Cumberland Telephone preme couurt may rule in the Kentuc "Don't you think you did a great natrlotlc emo busy caring for his father's sheep. rmm,nv ft uniinir with railroad rate case, when it meets th SuDreme Court affirm-Ik- y Miss Athel Wlthrow, of Nelson, Vy. moral wrong In putting all this watgrand old patriots march- KMiRmiah was bUsyhearlng" the" king' tions, the decision of the lower court, 'again In October. The case was not Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will(wn er In the common stock?" asked Senaed gladly on. The business houses wine cup. Amos was busy following ed the on Addlngton. tor Nelson. which an appeal was taken. The decided when the other decisions warn all decorated. tho flock. Peter and Andrew were! from Mrs. P. L. Wood and danghter.Mlss Wall street's con You know faces quick busy casting a net into tho sea. James city appealed from a 'decision ot the railroad rate case findings were an: ' Animated as were the Athel, were In our midst Sunday. science," returned Oxnard. were tho feet, ono could not fall and John were busy mending their lower court granting an Injunction nounced before the court adjourned ,os Senator Walsh questioned Oxnard to see tho trace of sadness. Thoughts nets. Mathew was collecting customs. to prevent the city moving the wires for tho summer today. The Kentuc about the American Beet Sugar Astelephone company. ky case involves an attack upon state ANOTHER CHANGE were wandering to other days when Are you busy? and ioles of the sociation, an organization of beet they had marched to battle on the because It failed to comply wlht an iI tea f a rlyer po,nt8 to iniand,dls-ordlnanc- e sugar men, and predecessor of the field where comrades fell. On and of August, 1908, prescribing ulery clUe8. and ,n addltion an BY COMMITTEE United States Beet Sugar Industry, Into the beau- DO NOT WANT on swept tho columns tav unon .the constitutlonaity of the which has been prominent in the pre . tiful grounds where back of the amenablne This opinion was .. by Justice Lurton, Mnhord ent fight against free sugar. The wit Btand had been tt. TO VOTE and. irom it juhih.-- rv.r Uiifvhno.- nTlH .1 RIGHT phitheater a speakers uu.j, iu&"vthe state railroad commission to fix old In their reasonabe rates on interstate busl Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and Wheat On ness did not know how much the rected and beautifully decorated. Pltneystrongly dissented. association had spent; its books were Klnnalrd, ot RochesCaptain E. F. opinion the same authority, the coun nesa. destroyed about two years ago by his Free List Must Pay Duty grant, ter, called tho vast assembly to ord Women Would cil, which made the original Decisions In the Missouri, Arkan authorization. A. Bennett, of Majority of Illinois er and tho Rev. J. could modify it. Oregon and West Virginia On Bananas Senator Walsh sought to learn Beda, led In prayer. In the forenoon Justice Day also s Down Proposition, Turn announced today, ar0 in con whether Mr. Oxnard was In Washing made by Dr. J. E. speeches were senting opinion ot nimseu auu u, DrinciDles laid down ton "When Sugar at a Glance" was Pendleton. Major Klnnalrd, General Says Cannon tices McKenna. Pitney and Hugnes. Minnesota case. Wa'shlnuton. June 16. The much changed by someone In what the com and In tho afternoon TO. H. Hobson In the Owensboro telep Jonecue. said , generally up- - mooted agricultural schedule ot the mittee holds a violation of the Senate gtalatloil ly Col. J. S. R. Wedding, Col. S. P. r the ordinance passed UoB ,n the Underwood tariff bill was suddenly order making It a public document. Love and Col. I. B. Nail. All speeches Tuscola, 111., June 16. Women don't boro Council. December 4. 1889. grantMissouuri upset again by the majority members Oxnard said he was away at that and " . were appropriate and patriotic want tho right to vote, a privilege lng use of streets and alleys to the jf the Senate finance committee late time. He said he knew a great deal kindly feeling for both the granted thorn In Illinois by the Leg- Cumberland, did not grant a perpetu-- . full of today, when a motion was made to re about "Sugar at a Glance," but dispublic dinA sUlue and tho Gray. A big islature lust Tuesday, Joseph G. Can al franchise because ot the limitation amendment to Tw tariff bill was consider the action taken earlier In claimed responsibility for It. ner was served and tho great crowd nnn. former Sneaker of the Natlon- authority of tho city of Ow- - , the day approving the free listing ot Senator Reed asked Mr. Oxnard audi Zero to grant such a franchise. He , unanimously rejected by the was treated bountifully. Many citizens 'al House, totd a Douglas-count- y tv mnmimrfl of the state finance livestock and wheat, subject to a aealn as to the destruction of the and surrounding country of tho town ence yesterday. Tho proposal sugar association's books. Oxnard extoday, who voted down countervailing duty. hrought dinner and Invited many Is not controlled by pre- - committee "I am not afraid of woman sui- Ba"The now Is to strike out the provision plained that C. C. Hamlin, of Colo Hitchcock's vlous'caSs in this court, such as the 'Senator enjoy their hospitality, friends to frage." asserted "Uncle Joe. "I ova for a countervailing duty and leave rado Springs, chairman of the Boom .vlu.Uw I will attempt to give tho names not violently opposed, It the women late case ot Louisville vs. the Cumber- - suggeeu u, cattle, sheep, hogs and wheat on tho of Directors of tho beet assoclatlno, Sot those who took part In the celeto do Koynuma. really want it, but if the proposition land, 224 U. S., 649, which had mltteemen said tonight this probab had been treasurer of the United bration, as best as I can remember: were put to the women ot the State with the construction ot a legislative ly would be done". No reason for tho States Beet Sugar Industry until last perpet S. K. Cox,, was chosen presiCapt. bo lost by 50.000 votes. Now erant to a corporation having The Need of Politeaess. change Is announced . July. He had been succeeded by John J. M. It would Illident; Roland Hackett and ual succession of the charter of a Ken that we are going to have n Many of tho fashions that we copy The committee today further en F. Harper, of Cleveland. Bishop, vice presidents; the Rev. J. nois, It will bo a good tune for an tucky city as Is hero under consider any too creditable larged the free list by voting to take "Were Hamlin's books destroyed? i from abroad aren't A. Bennott, (deceased) chaplain, and awfully handsome man run for omce. . , ,... Tha mifriroatlVA hemp and ramie a (fibre from the asked Senator Reed. , ation. B. Nail, secretary. opinion. n -was Col. I. Continuing the dissenting The former Speaker said he China grass plant, a substitute for "I don't know." The following old soldiers wero livine on "borrowed time," and that -cotton) from the dutiable list. The w. v "Were Harper's books destroyed?" repeal (of ordt- - iasmuui.j in tho 17th. Ky. Infantry and the speech might bohlsjast but the is right ot "If "I don't know." V. Wells. Jno. from the foreign underwork, as do. rates on the finished products of 12th Ky. Cavalry: R. authorities are conclusive platform from which ho spoke snoon nance '.. Oxnard was not prepared to say also, many of the absurdities in wo- - these materials was largely reduced. .4 h Morton, Robert Duff, J. O. But- with tho vehemence pf Ms movements P.' i..i. "The effect of the countervailing that he and his companies had conler, Capt. David Duncan, J. M. Byers, when he paid his respects to "some Q. 'duty restriction, removed from live- tributed $50,000 to the United State W. M. Morris, W. F. Wakeland. present political tendencies. its1 We are so eager to follow. a fash-J- Z stock and wheat, will be to admit Beet Sugar Industry and ita predecesSice Sy L. O'Bannon, W. V. Wright, Richard products sors. He said it might be fl0,000, but superior right In Ion that we rare y take the treub Jesse Canadian and Argentine to this W. Glvens, Sanford White, Fordsville Girl Drowas. promised to produce the figure Reddish, R. W. free. - i "Shaver, George W. 17. the city to end It. I (think the suose- resuectable. Bowling Green, Ky., Juno .. Th committee voted to put ban later. .. -with, Grimes, O. S. Simpson, Edwin Forbes. -Miss Slegel Gray Ford, aged 19 years. anas on the dutiable list, the object i 2-1 t'-e-r V. M. Stewart, J. I. Harden, F. M. of Fordsville, Ky., a student of the being to encouurage American Poiy Contestants. Felix, J. C. Wilson, John S. Fuqua, view or tne case, Kentuoky Normal scnooi, acceptance In this country. C. Truman, J. N. Western telephone company's . John I. Felix, If. LEWIS GRAY BROWN, Hartford. In " - was dwwned yoaterday afternoon grant. I A number o Pollard, John W. Black, S. M. WllOSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford Nrtice. Rlver.at Beech Bend, a popu contention as to a perpetual xt r naaland.- R. P. Sorrels, . Chief Juatloe. Whe bathing MARIE HURT, route 2, Hartford. avuf lar bathing resort, while In by the .rowingjackhlv- The A. S. ot B. Stoclf Committee S'iu-.tu-- r. Holmes and P.eas John N. Blair, W. M. SoutnaraKoun with a party of young people. TULA &. KING, route 2, Hartford. ,, Will Ship StOCK irom nearer ei ert Simpson, J. Wottannls, Luther She was In shallow water with a Vandeventer. ' a league June 23. All those having stock to vuumcryn na.-fonnRogers, Miles McCoy, . Llndsey Ben- companion and steped oft a ledge Centertown. - ship will please notify the Committee. RUBY NEAL FAUGHT pledged to practice and onoeumgo A. S OfE. Hotice. nett, Remus Carter, 13. H. James. DAVID SMITH, McHenry. was H. T. PORTEK, Chamberlain, la 80 feet ot water. Her body public places, Green River District Union Ilteneea In James M. Rogers, J. C VICTOR OLLER, Fordsville. obligate STEVENS. at 10 o'clock last night. S. L. recovered the league QAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. Daniel Hicks, R.. P. James, J. P. MUa Ford would have received a of tie A. 8. ot B. will convene at, Member ot Instance, surrender L. B. TICHENOR. Jewell, for In Hartford July the thenlve.. King, W. C. Ambrose. Aaron RUSSELL BARP, Roslne. Committee. can, to women 47t3. in tho Intermediate depart the wurt house V. J. certificate aeat. In street BERRY D. WALKER, Hartford. J. A. King, J. A. Hosklna. Bradley. ment, having completed the four 3d WIS at 10 o'clock a. . All local, their the aged; to offer iRalns. Albert FltU. Carroll la the Grn River DUtriot should be. and A spalned ankle may as a rule be OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. year course, on August 1. crossings and In oth- women at street 1& W. Stevens. Sidney Doiarth, J. I. three to four days by ELLIS KING. Hartford. TpreParln; to the er place, of peril: and to revive so cured in from W. Sharp, W. P. Napier U Patton. Jew applying Chamberlain's Llntaent and KARL HOOVER. Hartford. Thn ahave Item is ot interest to W. P. BenR. 4. Hartford. 1913 A. W. Hodges, J W. Bear, OD0Ccp,BALMAINt Ch.m.n. ot deportment which went Into eclipse observing the directions with each MYRTIE ASHLEY, Hartford. " O. Hartford people, aa Mlsa Ford was well D. L. Smith, Joan I. Crume. nett lARKIN GRIFFIN, began to bottle. For sale by all deaers. here. She was the daughter Col. C.Q. known about he time that women ,B. Chapman, R. N. Everly, S B. ROBERTSON. Secy. p. of Mr. T. S. Fori, of Fordsville. 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'' b' M CASTOFHA UTaMlMMiMJjjK J tWikW ( 6tm t. w. a;11" Mr " M rvu- - - tmwI UT - vaivii. .tmiiHi w i wuW' z?r"x ft--" iiwr alt 'iaUiL - AmbuI' 3w irvichud;. SUrx &MW asBM&mm . aaJ' "?jsaB.avtn 0) - lrx5la MvM MMJpKm MMj aLfAfSSZ H M Mt M V "" "L Mnk" . UMMJ(.'' r-- 'f ,. ft if a trip to Louisville. nomfine candidate for the Republican ination for Justlco of the Peaco of tho Beaver Dam Magisterial DisMiss Gayle Tlchonor is visiting trict. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1013. friends in Pleasant Ridge. Mr. J. H. Nave, of Owonsboro, visWo aro authorized to announco W. ited Col. T. J. Smith this week. S. DEAN, of Dundee, 'a candidate for Mrs. M. A. Faught and children the Republican nomination for Justice of alio Pcaco of the Sulphur Springs arc tho guests of relatives In Magisterial District. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1013. Bridges, of CharlesMrs. Gcorgo A 'Civil Service examination will ton, Mo., is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. bo held at Hartford on Saturday J. W. Ford. July 12, for the purpose of selecting went to Pendleton Miss Katlo postmaster at Narrows, Ky., to fill organize a a Wednesday to Dundco tho position resigned by Mr. J. H. music class., Thomas. Full particulars can lie had Mrs. Rowan Holbrook and daughter, upon nppyllng to Postmaster II. B. Murium, will leave Friday for Daw- Martin, of Hartford. son Springs. Mr. A. C. Yclflcr left yesterday for ?" . Wo are authorized to announce 8. W. LEACH, route, 3, Beaver Dam, a tVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'' m 4 lelp s6me girl or boy win-th. Shetland Tony apd outfit. Big Sale 10 DAYS ONLY. ... . .. We have bought the Bankrupt f: Stock of E. S. McMillan, of Center- - f: town, and will close out same MID-SUMME- visited Marguerite Taj-lo- r Miss Speaking Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Cooper, of Cromwell, last week. Scnato Will Have Hard Row to Hoe. of R .". BEG-I3ST- S Jennie Alexander. No doubt you sire how ready to change Misses Lucile Plrtle nnd Mattyc Duko are the guest of Miss Martha to one for troma Spring lint Thomas of Dundee. wear. We are prepared' to Blibw you the exMr. S. Rosenblatt, of Hawcsvllle, ' act styles you are looknig for and at a price visited his son, Mr. Nathan RosenBesides, we have sevblatt, Here Monday. if that will interest you. styles in "spring styles that we are now, eral Any girl or boy m Ohio county $ not over 1C years old may become a conclosing out. 'We would advise you to '4f candidate in our Pony Contest. sult with Mrs. Sara Collins Smith as to your .Miss Daisey Wedding has return-d- o .1 needs. She will be glad to assist you in. every lnd., home from GreenCastle, z where she has been in school, attendway possible. i. ,.' 'Jl ing De Pauw University. . and supplies from Also see us for Sheer Wash Fabrics, in fact :i , Buy your Kodak FAUGHT, No- consists of U. S. f anything in wearing apparel that would hay Centertown, Ky. " 4S(f Hardware,-?- ! tions, a tendency to make you comfortable. Don't Ask for Catalogue. home forget this and remember that Mr. Louis Riley returned -- ' ' Saturday afternbon from Knoxvllle, A Tenn. Mrs. Riley will remain there YOU MONEY. about two weeks longer. eed Peas, Cano Seed Plenty and Tona Silver Mine Seed Corn, and also a general line of feed stuff a;tR. L. DEVEK & cu. ' is . The Louisvillo Weekly Herald and ?.'ork. Tho monstrous blunder of subject Republican,, one year The Hartford Free-Traeach, for $1.35. Send all orders to ing American farmers to 32tf competition, while retaining ProtecJRepubllcan, Hartford, Ky. The 1 have, at my stand on tho Hart- tion for the manufacturers, cost the Republican party the presidency and ford and Llctohflcld road, a complete both bouses of Congress and gave and Dry Goods. lln of Groceries e r government the country a W. J. MILLER. The Democratic party participated In of-- woven Just received a carload that blunder, for It was only by tlio ?f ? T fencing aud barbed wire. aid of Democratic votes Miss Elizabeth Moore visited friends wire that the Ca from Louisville, where she has been aro the guests of Mr .and Mra. ieltr-Prices right. nadian- Agreement bill was passed in for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beeler near Kirk. OUT OF TEN In Dundee Wednesday. LIKENS & ACTON, both Houso and Senate. Tho DemoMiss Helena Miller returned hofaic 4Stf. Dr. H. E. Royalty, has returned; Kincheloe. Hartford, Ky. e cratic party escaped punishment for Tuesday from Central City. Haswcll, of Canrthcrs- - from Louisville where ho''haji- tt.ciM. Miss Llnnlo When In need of anything In staple that act of gross Injustice to Amer itJ-Six lnrgo bars of laundry Soap for or fancy groceries, meats, stock and ican farmers merely because of Roose- vlllc, Mo., 18 hero for Hie summer. for a visit to his' parents. R. L. DEVER fc.CO'S. 24 cents at chicken feed call J. D. Ralph's gro- velt. Now, however, tho Democrats Georgo Cuiidlf, of Ellzabethtown, At the home of 'ilr., Robert EiJgBfcf. cery, Hartford. Farmers' 'phone Na. propose to take upon themselves the o'n last Friday Mrs. D. W. Scott.f:!!-tertaln- ed I have Hay for sale. week. was in town last J 43t4 ontlro responsibility for (CD). e . sixty-nin- e In honor of Miss- 33tf R. U. MARTIN. Hartford." Miss Clara Eskridgo Is visiting rel birthday. Judge John B. Wilson losUn fine In farm products. They will, In con- atives in Owensboro and Henderson. Jiepuiill-can'- s The prizes given in The Jersey rcow Tuesday morning. Tli'e sequence, havo a hard row to hoe, were served plcrifc. UsA Mrs. Charlie Dowell, Mrs.. Frank well worth workcontest arc afternoon before he had been offer- senators as well as representatives, Dowcll and son, Arthur, of Garfield; Ion In the yard. Thts 'Invited., gneztrl-- ing for. ed $100 for the' cow. It is thought the In more sections of the country than havo been .Mrs. D. D. Dowell's vis- were: Misses MlrlamVand Cathtriiit;. Northern New York. It Is true, as itors. Kincheloe, ' Paulino Coimitoni Bntsase, Just opened, now barrel of J umbo cow had. aeuio muieesuon. Pickles fine! Hdswell, Oeorgta HasneaU & Helen "cars of new tho Jersey City Journal Ingenuously WANTEDSeveral Tom Dowell, one of B. F. Beard W. H. MOORE & SON. 4St2. If you have any for sale, call observes, that "tho farmers arc not Co.'s clcrlis, has been visiting "his Wlhemenn Eskridg'c atfd.' Masief vKetl Wheat. v " ""w '' ) vl5u4 ei-- t Kincheloe'. a majority;" but It Is also truo that parents near Garfield.- W. E. ELLIS, Copies of Tho Republican wlllyibe on no political party which gains the Miss" "Edna Dqwcll Birfa. Produce Merchant.; Mrs. Susan Squires ana daughter. Bent to all contestants In the Pony of seven million fnrmors can ev- Mrs. Amos Board, spent lost week W the guest of hcrslster, Mie. Jc&ix. Hartford; Ky. 4Stf. ?,.&? Contest. ?f f hope to remain In favor. ' in tho country with Mrs. Tlco Hen - . Cook. In Tho Republican thlsTweck will er Tho hardest worker will surely$e I Mrs. Jdslo Jolly spent arlc bo found tho largo two,pago adverrewarded handsomely in our Pony Estray, Mrs. T.tieretta Heiislov. Sirs. John D. with Mrs. J. C. De Haven tisement of . tho firm of iRosenblatt, 7- Contest. Mrs. Thomas Withers fiamBceo &. I havo taken up and posted as an Shaw and daughter, Eula Ilensley Would bo secretly pleased to of Hartford, who will begin a 'closi"-- ' Mr. 55 Wnyno Griffin left SundV ng out sale. They aro offering many estray ono bay maro about 1C hands Shaw, leavo today for a two weeks' Louisville shopping."' see their wives shift the Miss Ka,tl6 Eskcrdlgo rcceWwS tw Mexico for tho benefit ;of bargains, and you shoud not fall to high, mane sheared and Is shod all visit to Dawson Springs. for New ' family baking to the his health. j. Mrs. Herbert Beard and Miss Ella diploma from the Clnclnhali around. Camo 'into my possession read their ad. ;ck. $& of Music last were visitors to Clovcrport many May 31, 1013. Can be recovered by Ahl, shoulders. Ours are When you go away on your vaca Baker's Mr. Ed. L. Bullingtmi, who for graduated In public school.'inuricasa'. Tuesday. expenses. tion Ms summer, let Tho Hartford years was in the barber business In owner paying all Eskcrldgo hoW at st brond! Mrs. Clara Ely has arrived from St. drawing ".Miss ASA HAYCItAFT, Republican follow you. Hartford, returned to Hartford Mon.-da- y for a visit to her sister, Miss sponsible position with the Usxm.'.cLouis 4 mile north of Horse Branch. after a Bojourn In Now Mexico, For sale oroxchange, nice mare ' HoniQ in Louisville. v Tula Daniel. having resided for soino time at Hag- rg Dr. J. S. BEAN, X and colt.Miss Lois Shacklett, of Brsa-buAlfred Taylor and daughter. Miss Notlcato Water Users. erman, N. M, Ho haa accepted a Olaton, Kyi Cream Served Every Sunday 4St3. Ice and Mr. Jesso Taylor, ol Jopl't"-Mo- ., Taylor, of Custer, have been shop of Mr. Persons who havo hydrants must Louiso Miss Nancy Ford returned Tues- position ,at tho barber havo 'been visiting frlcuds :Jw. guests of Mrs. Eliza Taylor. Bfiio W. W. Riley. and leavo wator tho not attach hose day from a visit wlUi Misses Rough, town this week. Miss Jennie Green, Falls of Mr. Thomas Likens, of the firm of running over night, and they are not and Eddyth Duko, route 1, Hartford. has gone to Iiouslvtllo, after a visit BAKERY By HERTFORD & Acton, Hartford, has been allowed to use samo to water gardens. Likens a little work the Shetland In Centertown all of this week, ar Wo want ovcrybody to have plenty to Mrs. Morris Beard. Pony, harness and buggy will belong Dr. W. A. Walker and daughters, THE BEST ranging for tho sale, of tho bankrupt of water, and It Is not fair to those W. 0. Schlemmer, Prop, Virginia, aud MilMary Elizabeth, to some Ohio county girl or boy. stock of E. S. McMillan, having living at end or near end of pipe Ky. Mr. Charles H. Ellis, of Sturgls. bought tho entire stock. Elsewhere lino to be shut off from tho water dred, are visiting In Bowleyvlllo. HARTFORD, Mrs. W. A. McGulro and children, has been visiting relatives In Hart-fpr- d in this Issue will be found the ad- by tho constnt waste between them of Horso Cave, aro the guests of. and vicinity the aast several vertisement of this stock.. Unless persons ,ati and tho tank. relatives near Vanzant. days. . Barnes, of Beaver tend to their hydrants and keep them .Mr. John H. Mrs. John M. Sklllman and eon, Ohio County Drug Co., Is hav- Dam la planning to begin tho erec closed over night, wo shall be com The John Edwards, aro visiting Mrs. Law-roning water works Installed In their tion of . two nlco brick business pelled to shut water off wherever FRIDAY, JUNE 20. Graham, near Bowling Green. Respectfully, drug stpro next door to tho Repub- houser in Beaver Dam, on tho block this Is neglected. Mrs. M. L. Dyer and daughter, El Keutucky Light & Power Co. lican office. tha,t was 'swept'- by flro last August. eanor Ray, have returned from a Plenty of"Stock Peas and German Tho buildings will bo two stories H. & E. Railroad Time Table M. visit to Nolln. Foils a Foul Plot. high. Mr., Wea ,Hocker will erect a Millet on band now. Miller DeHavcn has received tho at Hartford, Ky. When shameful plot exists between ACTON, LIKENS & livery barn on his lot on MalnSt. carry mall on routo by appolntmont to liver aand bowels to cause distress Monday lW Hartford, Ky,. Clear Run Camp No. m,.i 'Wood- refusing No. 2, and Sam DeJarnotto on No. J. L. & N. time card effective to act, take Dr. King's New oad En- - men of the World, will have unAug.. 21st. '' I. H. "Benton, County, of They began Monday. a't ihei olflcoof veiling exercises over tho grave and LIfo Pills, and end such abuse 7:'1P a.m.' er, will be found U2.Norlb Bound due John D. Shaw, Cashier of tho Farm- obtainable jMl be found here. ,N. system. Tbey gently compel ypur inty Judge Wedding on Monday monument of Sovereign of A. T. Han-le- y was In Guston'Saturday. dally except Bundt ? stomach, liver and ers Bank, need not tfjke- our word for h t8 ,, . In" July. right actlfft of a li week. on the second-Sundain Abel Gllllngwaters, of Basin Springs bowels, and restore' your health and It and you will soon he couvfwsCi. N. U4 Northbound. Sajnirilender, of" Oklaboma Services wilt, begin at 1 o'clock. All all good feelings. 25c at all drug- Charlie Blandford, of Bowieyvme, dally except Feed, makes good .stock; si . . fJ.M ami Arrln'4 "-- camps .and .secrfe't organizations are a., was tho cueal"SundayjfWid ., ," , rai uarner ,oi i..i.u, mnnv. theri4m n gist. US South Boui. "No. ' y if his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Invited to be presetM wejl as the Hardin .of Hltes Run, were some or "" .. ... dally exceji. t Pay ' u? Saturday. public In general. .. :! Aondor. 1?-. the county men In town v vut 4itvuuvun HARDINSBURG. NollS South Dot... Mr. and Mrs. Dennle Miller have i rank Foreman, who' halhcen Mr. Ttonimey "Wekjiln. traveling dally excej.. itaey condition are lower Mian the- OcW5 . . L. salesman for the Washburn-Crosb- y June 18. Mrs. D. W., ficott will returned from Cloverport where , iv lr-parontSAlr. of Qther dealers. Theso prtos spatc ' an,, rotvrned to. BeattyriUe.J Flour Co., and havlnfeadquarters leave the last of the week for her have been for a visit to Mrs. Site" fpr themselves. . , ' , xinetiuay. . at Indianapolis, lnd., is pending a home-- in Louisville, after a two Miller. t MUa vtka Hayns. w haB been a few weeks hero with his father, Judge weeks' visit to her father, Mr. Rob vi Anna Patton b' J' F' lMy' vlsltlwc -- w aW '"'-R. Wedding and family.-- ' Mr; Wedd- - ert Smith. R. ..., iiwk ai Steogrdpher' tfor Vaf ohmo V. Kincheloe Is at hone near towa, bur retund Dn Jesa savwal .1 if Thn r chjoa Merchant' w for Attorney M. L. HaavrIias VVbo wants tho S In ITnlnn Rtar. trip, tn Louisville. fcrniliH of , nwinssMS'jEijyj'.Myi KENTUCKY . ViOTNjMrKiaekelo---ttva- t borne Mrs. Leello Walker and children HAPTFORD, mruord Mill Co., j, iviver satiu w.th Attorneys Olenn ft SlmmrH- - good miw ; tf. . Mid-Summer, MILLINERY Miss Dora Gibson, of Crowley, La., arrived Tuesday to be the guest of .Mrs. J. S. Glenn. '' of Mrs. Franklin, and children, Cahbpun, are visiting her aunt, Mrs. . IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH THAT SAVES HOUSE of-S- - the decision of the to defer to the demands of President Wilson and place cattle and grain on the free list, tho Brooklyn Times says: Naturally enough thcro will be strenuous objection to this now feature of the Tariff bill by the farmers of tho States bordering on Canada. Tho free importation of live stock and other agricultural products, which was provided for In the scheme of reciprocity engineered by tho Taft administration, was one of the most unpopular features of Mr. Tnft's administration, and tho presentation of the Issue In the border States did much to help Col. Roosevelt's fight for delegates. Of course, Mr. Wilson has still three and u half years in the White House I if' which to demonstrate the wisdom of his judgement-- , but the Congressmen who -- will bb compelled e' In agriculturto vote for al products with Canada, whilo ex acting no reciprocal benefits from the own sins Dominion, will have-the- ir to answer for In the election of 1914. Tho Sena.te does not face this difficulty to such ah extent, although a successor to Root is to be elected next year In Now York, and the Demo ocrat who endorses Canadian minus reciprocity will have a hard row to hoe In Northern New Free-TradiTrec-Trad- At Less Than . Cost F -. . w g j" tuK lash: SALE .A.T Thursday, June 19 CENTERTOWN, Everything Must Go. Nothing Reserved KY. E Dry Goods, This stock Hats, Shoes, Groceries, Etc. rfe TELL YOUR NEIGHBORS TO COME for Cash. This Sale Nothing Charged de Likens & Acton. : Free-Trad- t tVVVVVlVVMVVVAVlVVVVVVWXVW' P I HUSBAND Free-Trad- ents ill-w- ill '' ,tr-;lli- last'i& ' " Let the Baker bake the bread. - IB Hartford Republican. j co . rii -- - -- Jt- mh """ . r. . . - alid-Slre- ..,,;, Who-antB't- ho htjeredfor t:hr W. E. ELUa ri'i rf.-w- V 7 ' V- - -- '! . "f ly !' 51 aa tC ntnu;nr ,;;:n:ttun:t rw turn: i....'.ML mitmmm kAi J .... 999W9WVWWW t n i 1 1. in . rl . . , A. .. tl . ' , V i,v ', . S '.W ' ".r . i i r o ' . . r . O , 8 0) 4 s8 " "w I .- $ o k -t! 3- - uKl!, 3 a $ " 0) 78 C3u 3 'J c 0 OS a n. toO ca aa o & cn A J s O Si? CD o ? S3 D CO i& 09 o 4 (0 s A3 CO CO 3 o .3 CO '3 a 3 . c CQ O OC fr CSCO-4- " 00 o " a (X) 3 I I CO o B 3 8 o o a -- a s 2 mo rC 0 4 3 tnui en J CO t C c r s s o o C C . 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M S i.. iui.it VliitWl7X7',-lUU-(T.rA.3viVii.- .. , j? l(vw.??7Sii-'itt(- t ",....,' MW&Mm&!HM!iMltoM4!l,i WWWlifMIWJWWi'''" " I C. G. Davenport, Warren county, nil in rnnntv officers L. B. Tlcli- Jhnni nntml .Ulion tills urhn. tt.a the onor, President; Henry Pirtle, Sec Ofeta That form. platform, should he bo selected by retary: 8. rc. lienncu, treasurer. 'end of the scoring for the locals, and Circuit WrtWr. F. Blrkbcad. COUNTY BOAUU Vl; KIJIIUATIU.. First, Vc endorse nil tho etopa the people In the "filial election, Is for many Innings It looked lluo a. HcmlX! Rlugo, Attorney; W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, pledLed to vote for Judce. Baseball Dope. shut-ou- t game, but In tho seventh which havo been taken by tho Coun .Instructed nnd P. .lldkiir, Jnller; E. G. Ilarrass, Ky. ty Republican nnd Progressive Excc - jthe following laws Com. k. um. . woouwnrti ami liruu Clerk; E. E. Blrlthead, Muster 1. L. B. Tlchcnor, iinruoru, Committees, leading up to and,' A measure cfaibbdyjns the liiltin missioner, R.. T. Collins, Trustco iD. No. C. ! v Ilean scored In tho eighth. Kvcryono utlvo TT. - u.e ami ruieri-miumSheriff, 11. Black, Jury Fund: 2. E. C. Ilnrtford, Reynolds, Ky. was well pleased with the game and Including tno can ior hub convenDeputies S. O. Kcown, ... M. S. Patterson, OlQton.Ky. Tho recall for nil Slate, District Hartford. ....... i... .,ra .rifnn .......- hnmn tlon to formulate a platform upon , "XL, P. Jones, Route f, I. B. L. Alford, While Run, Ky. Beaur Banff vuiii,ittMnvic . . . i ..i I...1.UI. - "" nml -- IVim tlm vnt1nlia rntilli -- '"' I'minti; nfftMnlft. " "" Hartford; V. 0. Enrji, Roslno. Court game lean, on all shies, li.com) .ncmen,, ... . n.t.1l.tnlnn 5. Richard Plunimer, Taylor Mines, The flnt and only shut-o.... Primary eon veins first .Monday In February Kentucky. .......... . .... - ..-.- ... game waa.u nf ho season played In Hnrftord was U mar the pleasuro or tuu 'of Representatives nro to appeal to KlccHon Law, providing for the clec- - nml continues three weeks; third ....tin.i nf l.rrn Wednesday aftcnioon tho constant "kicking" and fussing - Monday In April, two weeks; third ' especially votcre of Ohio county for support at tlon of .. delegates . to rational conven- Monday In October (wo weeks. Yii itiO'j-jtJtcjr.ia. .1 It .. HAlnntlnn when Hartford defeated Heflln to the of some of the Grays, and f till f Aa. .........a'...... of Center-wa- s the coming November election, County Court )U R. Wedding, of 0. to 0. The Heflln team the disgraceful manner score emblem, believing party committeemen. base-invtho Republican Judge; W. S. Tlnslcy, Clerk; C. K. accompanied by n big bunch of , fielder Woodward and second An amendment to the Primary Hl.ec Smith, Hartford. Court Attorney, of that It Is best for those who may en- motors and the visitors' friends, man Wllnior In their treatment I lllHj.ai tn 1amar Htlint ,,.. tlon Lav, providing that where convenes Hist Mommy In each a. help win, nnd Umpire Marvin Miller, of Owensboro. ler.me. ucncrai rmiui, iu month. did all they could to refusal may be expected of them In advance. ther Is only one candidate cf any Quarterly . Court Begins on the N the Heflln boys endeavored to put This resulted In Mr. Miller's Attorney Law ho people or ine count, party at the close of the time limit, fourth Monday In Fobruarj, May, game, nnd It. and fair to It over Hartford, but that was too big .to finish umpiring the through August and November. HARTFORD, KY. finish It, to know Just where their candidate tho selection may be made T. a Job, n it was decided. Rovnn Co. 'and Collins wo. called to Court of Claims Convenes first right there .ho disposition of hte, stand, upon all Questions of public that party's committee. Will practice his profaloa in lata an old time pitcher, did the twirling An nmendment to the Election Law Tuesday In Jnuuary and tlrst Tueschange for the 'Interest day In October. and adjolnluc couutiaa. CaMaraial Heflln, nnd was caught by Brad Gravs took a sudden for to have Other County Officers C. S. MotSecond. We favor rigid economy permitting any candidate and Oriitoial riaasiaa a SpaaUMy. Taylor, who did good work. The bat- better. Ky., R. In tho conduct of all tho business. the benetlt or the votes of nil parties ley, Surveyor, Fordslllc, r tery for Hartford was the Invlncl-blc- s -- . of the county to the cud that tax-- 1 which niny support his candidacy by F. 1). No. i; Bernnrd Felix. AssesSummary of the Game. RIckard and Thorpe. Many fans - having his name placed under more sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2'; es may be reduced to the lowest pose llnrt-forHenry had thought that it was going Stolen bases Green, 2; Taylor, slblc rate, realizing that we nre bur- - than one device ,unon the ballot, Dr. A.' B. Riley, Coroner, HartHefclose game, counting scores,' for Rlcliardson, Wluner. rogls.ra-StatThe repeal of the cdlous ford. dened by tho present high taxes, Law Two-bas- e RIckard. lln always has a good team, and It lilts Barnett, JUSTICES' COURTS. .Hon certificate law,, which In every county and town. materially nichardson, Pritlc, Bean HARTFORD, KY. was thought Cox would add TM.I.a.1 n nloHnn tma ......... rnnv fhp pnrrlln- - , Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday undo ,. ............. .......... ".. i... iu. a .. .nntlflr nf .,.... to their strength. No scores were Home-ru- n RIckard. W. 11. Bunue and 0. E. In the Interest of a better tlon of the balhU; wherever certIfl - ,S ?n JunSL' TUdSand la3t made .on cither side until the lilts Off RIckard, i; off Pirtle, 7. business system, we favor placing the cates nre required. havo form-- a after 3rd .Monday In September, Tues- - Snil'-- h announoe Uuit half of the fifth when Hartford ran liases on balls Off RIckard, 4. pracjttrtu.ri.h'4i Xcr tlio Fiscal affairs of the county In the) A measure prohibiting the use ot nay alter 3rd Monday in Deceniber. in five scores. One of the features John H.j Allien. Rockport. Friday tice of law, exc tpt criminal and dlvor Struck out By RIckard, 14; by hands of a commission to be com-- , money, with which to corrupt after 3rd Monday In Friday of the game was tho two bagger Pirtle, 7. of three persons to be chos-- , ers, nnd disfranchising any one after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Friday oaaos Mr. Smith balng County Attar-ury- 'i June. knocked by Hunter, and he came very pwvwntod frwu practicing suck en by the voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes, Monday In September, after 3rd close to getting the pill over the left Hartford lost Saturday afternoon large; believing that the finances Friday after 3rd Monday Jn De- cctauH. ' Mr. Borus will libdlvlduolir A corrupt practice act. field fence. He did good work in to Rockport, the score being 10 and cember. e cctu' BUcfa practloe. Ofky county can better bo handled! Workman's compensation lav. in O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday getting up steam and making it to . On account of the strenuous game . liv n (smaller number of men. who A measure niacins our ncnal institu Hartford Republican building, Hartafter 3rd Monday In March, Wedthe second stop for lunch. Needless day before, Hartford was not in a nonpar- - nesday nftpr-.'Sf- d chosen entirely with their tlons under control of Monday In June, ford, K, to say the crowd did some cheering. good shape, and several of the play - buslntlSS quallficatons in view. Uu- - tlsan commission, Wednesday after 3rd, Monday In Sepfielding of ers were unable to get In the game The next feature "vvas the tember WHlhesday artcr Sic Mon-u- a Repeal of the hunter's tax. dcr th,g arra,,genient thc offee of Thomas and Rosenblatt, the latter at their right positions, If at In Decern btr. 'justice of the Peace would not be Repeal of the dog tax. Ft John 11. Mile!?' Rockport, Friday getting two good flies. ... but ,. powers fori Abolishment of manv needless of- Thorpe was unable to get behind d f , , . . bad f Inger, , use(iness m ,i,e nialntcnance of or- - flees created by Law the bat, on account of a LINK-UJune.' Friday the last session of after rd aMou'dayi-i- ... .. ,.. . ... .. .' . ...... .1 and Robertson had to lay out during I uer in me various magisterial uis-- , tue legislature. HARTFORD, KY. oru i. - .h j .i.i .iuiiua in oepicniuer, iti- Heflln. Hartford. was almost en- trlrts would be far creator. the game. The line-u- p aaY ttfttT 3ri1 Monday in December. A mnasurj. rpformlnc ,. . Welch, 2d. Green, rf. .. n c the taxlnc . , . v. .,fcrt.ifc r.a.aa .. aai- - ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HEAVRIN" jau.ouii, v.euieriouii. tirely but iiotwlthstand-I- n Fourth. The office of county as-- 1 system of the State which will place King, rf. Taylor, ss. this-I- t looked for some time that sessor should be abolished, and the the burdens of taxation where' they urday after 3rd Mcnday In March. This offleo Is ciulped for handB. Taylor, 3d. RIckard, p. oru .uonuay ouu.iua Hartford wuold yet put It on Rock- duties of that official performed by properly belong, iusteud of upon the Saturday aiier '3rd. Monday in June, ling Commercial I .aw and Collection In Sepafter Cox, p. Garrett, 3d. port. ' tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litimen chosen by the County Board of men who own small homes and C. Bell, cf. Hunter, 1st. DecembCr." gated matters. Practice In all th for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded In the in M. C. Cook, Taylor, c, Thorpe, c. Jlcnfrow, Tuesday af- courts. Prompt and vigorous service. THE SCORE. I assessment. district. Atherton, ss. Thomas, If. ter 2nd Monday In March, 'Tuesday Fifth. The people of Ohio county a law giving Mio people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In .May, Tuesday-afte- r M. L. Heavrln's Office. Innings 1 2 3 4 5 C 7 S 9 R II Porter, 1st. Rosenblatt, cf. 3rd "Monday in 'August, Tueswe equal advantages with those of the 100103200 7 12 10 j deserves better roads and Hartford F. Bell, If. Robertson, 2d. who may be States North of us. by compelling the day after 2nd Monday In No ember. 2 00 310 1) 4 .pledge the candidates Rockport E. Barnett. 03200 Thomas Sanders, Olaton. Wednesnominated upon this platform If elect i railroads to gie us the benefit of 2 day after , the second Monday In Summary of the Game. March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday The grandstand has been n auled ed, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate. Hits off Cox, 10; of RIckard 4. and lmproed greatly and the root" to Inaugurate a system which shall; Upon all other matters not. specl- - In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday Put out by Hartford, 27; by Heflln, adds greatly to the safety of those brlng about this "desired end In the f.cally mentioned herein, our candl- - In August. WednesJay after 2nd .Mon Ohio County day In November. Hi. HARTFORD, KY. .tjpecdicst and beet possible way. jate 8 directed to otc In thc Interest Grant Pollard. Fonlsvllle. Tuesday who sit behind the screen. Assists, Hartford, 10: Heflln, 10. Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup- - f progress, and for the general wel-po- after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs AH Matters Given Prompt AttenStolen Bases, Hartford. 1; Heflln 5. day niter jnu .Monday In May, ThursIn behalf of every effort to lm- - farc 0f an our people, 0. Dammitt He Just Wants PWMSI0N AFFIDAVITS Left on bases, Hartford 10, Hefday after 3rd Monday In Aucust. tion. prove our schools, for better build-- j Upon this declaration of principles Name Changed. C. Thursday lilfer 2nd Monday In No SMJCIAIAT. lln Ings, more perfect sanitary conditions, tbe members of this contention vember. Bases on balls, off RIckard, 0; off Elmsford, N. C, June lC.Orlando a COurse in agriculture for every high iiiwlce their heartv sunnort to the J. I.. Palton', Ralph, Friday after Cox 1. Dammltt, of this village, wishes to school, and an agricultural expert- - candidates who may be nominated 2nd Monday in March, Friday after Hit by ball. Brad Taylor and Gar-- ! lay. Friday after 3rd ,at the general primary clectlou.first jiiu aMoniay-vtchange his name and has started pro- - imcnt farm located In the county. rett. Sevciith.-O- ur sympathies are with Saturday la August next, under the .Monday in .August. Friday after 2nd Monday .in N6enlbcr. .n thnt nn.l. r.n,,,,,,),, I AM IPREPARED Time of game, one hour ami fifty to Log Cabin, for 'the- various otflct3 to farmers In their efforts the HARTFORD POLICE COL'RT. minutes. that his name has caused him a STeatjobtaIn bettcr .)riceg for ther J1)r0 bo voted for In Ohio county at the C. M. t'ro'wo. Judge; John 11. Wil To 1I0 any kind of VeterinaTwo base hits Hunter, Cox. son, City AttormJi-- ; J. P. Stevens, ucal or worry. or instance, it is a.(iuctSi aIui especially do we sym comlnj; November election. ry work. Horses, mules and Umpires .N'anee and Collins. Marshal; Court comencs second .Mon leomon thing to bear borne friend pathlzo with the tobacco growers of Respectfully submitted, day in eacb month. " cows need not die for want 6f ,sout: :Oh!o county and pledge them our CitV Couniir J. H. Wllllnmn Mm- A. D. KIRK. Barnett and King, two Calls answered attention. nffnH, ,n ,ni,,.."in ..naimltt! Come here a second. ,,.,.,., or; R. T. Ciillfu's. Clerk'; E. P. Thorn- i.i, w ........-.,,. -- t..,.1,..l 11. L. HEAVRIN, J !..... C1 JU1U Vlittl It lllCIUUVlSf ,..rt.. U Ml JJ'l'tfU U'lII VOU day orn.Kht. is. Treasurer. Members of Council they whereby organization, an J. A. LEACH. and on the bench Wednesday. They'll Robert Hoover, P. 1). Taylor, J. 11. Tho aga,n Danlmltt MB tllat ,t may secure a Just reward for thc toil S. L.- - STEVENS, U. l!irson,.E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper. prouauiy ue in goou lorm uy saiur Is rather awkward for him when glen by them to thc production W. J. JJeaii., A..)r . W. R. EDGE. Veterinary Surfieon day. his name Is being called at IoJgc Df this cron. We rpalizc that the School Trustees Dr. K. B. Pendle11. L. CARTER, 'meetings. The secretary goes down struggle Is an unequal one nnd If ncc- Httrtforcl. - Ky. ton, Clialrmuu; W. 11. Barnes, SecreCommittee. . ....... t)e st of names a.1(1 wht... he comes essa'ry u.... ...... w. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley support we ,,iedge them our baseman who has been added to the 'to his, bays. It would surprise ou to know of and J. U. DuKc. , f , to secure Government aid !u main- REr.'WQl'S SERVICES. Hartford team. c great goou max. is peing none i.j "O, Dammitt! Ualnlng public warehouses, through M. E. Church, South Services Half the time, Dammitt sajs he which they may hold their ur (Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius morning afid'Welilng every flrat nnd There was certainly no kick com I doesn't know whether his name Is j til thc buyers see fit to accord them e' of Newberg Junction, N. II., third Sunday. In each month. Sun uu iuC ueviwous ui ...v u. '- -j being called or whether the becretary My wife has been using day schooIfl'Jrj&ja.'iii. Prayer meetwrites. faIr treatnient and finds ing ovcryftVVdnciStlar evening. Rev. Tablets t.Vi1vn Chamberlain's, ''."" 'lias made a blot on the books and Is I "'H'"". nnti. b .Iia lief ...v... satuie, pap.iur. ;. ' merely giving vent to his feelings. Baptist dliunn Services mornlmr months the county has been im them .very effectual and doing her Hartford defeated Equality once l'iI uettlnc sick of it." savs i fia lofs of , good." If you havo any trou.,,i n..ini and evening every second and fourth this season, but they want to try It ' nilf t ... ' ..n..i .. i a -- . i with your stomach or bowels give Sunday In raph' month. Sunday .school .v.. Succeed when everything else fails. ...., . ;Ueen urougm. auuui auiuiig uiu urn.. ble """ .Itrt'ivf.nii If u'no ..... ....... ,. a. 111. .Prayer meeting every Wed &..., ...... ...v .V.....S, ..in ,.i.... ""icougj, When I went to school. 1 miners on account of slack work, them a trial. For enlc by all dealers. In nervous prostration and female nesday eveningr Rev. English, pastor. Saturday afternoon. weaknesses they are the supreme played on the football team and when charged, to tho failure of the railroad man; do you Chrlstlau! Church' Services every .Say. Mr. Business remedy, as thousands have testified. lever I made a good play the fellows to furnish sufficient cars. In order need any printing done? If you do fourth Suuday. at 11 a. 111. hiuI 7. p. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND .,..... A letter was recietd yesterday ...1UIIQ V.III.VII JV tJlll, that this evil may bo remedied we ,w ni. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. Elder W. "OU lW JIV, tfc Jet irs do It for you. We can print STOMACH TROUILK from the manager of the Deanfield molhInK iJ0 lhi8: .Kalli rah( rabt pledgo our candidate for member of your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill B. Wrlghf pastor; it ia tho best medicine ever old Cumberland- - Presbyterian Church-Sun- day team, wanting to play Hartford again. "hoo.ray, Dammitt! Dammitt! O Dam- over a druggist's counter. the House of Representatives to sup- - Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewritschool every Sunday at DM5 A game with them will probably be,mm; pdrt a measure enlarg'ng tho powers ten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, a. in. arranged. SECRET SOCIETIES. Cimmlsslon etc., and print them right at right of the State Railroad Hartford .Lodge Ko. 07"., F. A. and making It the .'tit., cf .wid Com rlccii. Try us with your next order. M. meets every Ilrst Mondayand night The famous Nebraska Indians will 32tf. In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. to require a n. lorda to call at Tho Republl an office mission play against Hartford here on SatWhole Family Benefited M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. cm!'. furnish a sufficient i t. .it. r v urday July 3. A record breaking Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. H. By Wonderful Remedy without dlbcrimlnutiJii. to Iir.n.tie t.o N expected. crowd Is meets every second and fourth MonWdtScffS SUM SUCCHBI .Vat the . nnrrtrtcT'inTPT.vr.r: There are many little things to output of coal promptly evculng8. ' Mfsa Anna Ptitton. SPECIAL OFFER:will Sjj f. BualiMM.PhonoaraDhv day M.; Jas. il. Williams,J. W. may have steady work, an' W. The Hartford team will rest up annoy us, under present conditions miners A trial B.; IUw.1tul.-'HmiU bll our MrUAnant nutAnur. rnftka you WC TYPEWRITING and Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Thc hurry1, hard work, wo also pledge our support kr an.. s m the Fourth of July, holding for the of life. Vritr rallM-tlahui.mt..iiiiu.! measure, having for Us TELEGRAPHY Rough Rlvor Lodge Xo. 110 Knights U lb flBMt Tiralik t PitndM 0.U., but ! game the next day with the Indians, noise and strain all tell on us and Other wise M object relief from this Intolerable sit- WILIURR.SMT RlUSINEStCOLLElE UMVU HH.Mli.iiM f TinttUI lo all. of Pythias meets every Tuesday 'oven-In. Mil HMMMMa CMB.nltvl CIUm rslaknltT. but tho Woodmen of the World of tend to provoke nervousness and lDcrl.ntti W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Ill PretMent hu run of '& yean la rn.rr.vl.tU. yi Write Mention thle Paper. camp are going to have a irritability.. We are frequently so uation. Hartford I0.UO sod tsokiDS baiinet. tleo Ninth. We condemn the present Tonne ram and woman foi- .Drrri. .dnmtlns MTKntrrnnw, Foster, K. of R. & S. big plc-nlat the fair ground and In worn out we can neither eat, sleep Hartford Tent No. 9t, K. O. T. M. AAMrAAMMAAAMrrMWMWVW of KenSEND IO CENTS meets every first and third Thursday the afternoon will have a game at nor worl: with any comfort. Wc Democratic administration through extravagance nmn tab TlmaU nights. R. T. Collins, Cjnnm..der; IwniKMil' "t Htl l wiiim m u piiiiwi, tttnmt w East End p.uk. It Is now thout;ht, are out of line witli ourselves and tucky for Its L. P. Foreman, Recorl Keeper. Increase of salaries, creation of counti Wit til oil nWt tuldlM W txlllhutk . I Equality will be others, as well. Tay.or Mines and Lodge. No. ,5.$. 1. O. O. F. Acme k.w.itriif,,jw"isawHf.ffl.i A good thing to do under such less, needless offices, and enormous 'l the t?sim3 to play. meets every '.seco.nd. fourth Fricircumstances is to take something appropriations which have resulted day nights In each n.uMh. '. M. Barin tho largest Stato debt In many nett, Noble ' O'ratidf W", R. llodrlck. Grays like Owcnsoro The famous Secretary. re, 1 .k years, and which Is sure to journeyed to Hartford last Friday, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pill Ha'rtf :dv(.Vii) No. 202 W. O. V. quire an increase In taxation through Juno 13, 1913 hoodoo day for the mee's every1 vOnd and fourth Sat Wo condemn It for Its Grays and found out that up hero to relieve the Mraiu on the nerves. some form. urday i.!gl.'( hi each month. Losllo Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 33 Corput St., passage of the Confederate pension uoi uer, (JI.UUCU ugmmanuer; w, c. in tho sticks are some sure enough vji jae , ucrK. bull players, when It comes to being Atlanta Ga., writes: bill and Its refusal to pay these ' Ladies! Siv Moaey tad Keep m tunatilne itlvo'fJo, i2, L. O. T, M., , ' (Hacked against a "I have, on several nccRsloni been men, many of whose claims havo ' Style ky Retain ticCaM. ...cms cti:7 i.iDi ui.u iu.ru rr.uuy vastly relieved by lli uso of your medteam, Owensboro losing by ncore of icines, specially tho nights In each month. Mrs. Attye n Pill., been proven for mouths, under th Mi uim wd Usitv McCaU PatteiM keep conntantly on hand for pretext that the bill ia unconstitutionQrlffln, lAdyCottiaifder; Mrs. Lula 3 to 5. Tho locals' realized that ther1 which I tho use of myself, husband and two Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. McCr(Ma(ailMll Jiad a hard team to play against, sons. Nbthln In the world equals them al, although having appointed offiMKAU.S MAUZIItf help )OU llioi l). Keystone. jau.pter No. .110, It. A. as a headache remedy. Often I am cials under the act, who are draw MpA every, wan of them did his ut nr it a iiHxirroia M., meets every third Saturday night by the' "f,0 of one ci'cnio by.kocplnr I salaries. We condemn keep up the winning etreak ing their in each month. John T. Moore High H. "S. floit to N0UU0 run poiiert oq tbn Is mera.taiporunt la, . littMl fuililous in ' Priest: Wv S.-- Tlnsley, Secretary. ateady When' otherwise I In bed. Mr th noma than Cer.' galilaa cbi .Maruoru nun ueen louowiug pnnv husband Joins me would benralss of tb for ita failure, t tdace tho eral i'-I ilyllivi and liuts. (a AMERICAN 'SOfllJsJTY,. OF EQUTY., ilghU Insure this by In my State unier u ilcally all' of the season. RIckard Antl-Pal- n atitutlous of tho Koiy. lflilnli I)MlBt,i assar ana ;tne eu.mai uuids Pills and Nervine." National Ira M. Jn cicli ui.e. Alw , partisan commission; refusal to eleao without, a, XUcktr 4awn 10. ad fl'horpe were the battcrty for J. Chryst, HndWn.v 1fflt y., PresiMiliial.ln Infariiitilmv the last drop, ranuyivaai Dr. MiW Anti-Pai- a compensation ast. 1.11 all liomo and Pill. a workman's Hartford, and Pirtle, an Ohio coudent, S. p. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; iic cruda oil rellned to parfvCtltMC filial oialii'it. Dulf Secretary ft Tress., H. Gi Tank, Wau-aCosts no moie thaa Ua.Uak-waKOnty Jipy, and Bean for Owenaboro. Tho arc relied upon to relieve pate, corrupt, practice act and for lo er t'w n rfr. Includlur ) - saysa , M OMSK kind Wis. a 1 o. pnlieui. k j, , .' Heaaa9ce waa tbe largest fo any nervousness and irritability in thou- the sc4.oor.Wr capita. We also e State Offlceri-PrealdeH- tr-J.' H. MDtt mal Your dealer has KMJTS Otis' fiiiiiafiSiJSi lir fica Unlay "- -uri.rti. damn tne' ananlmqud' tendency" of hero and the fans wero saiudIa . jqno sands of households. Of proven .PrlnaatoBY. Ky,;''Vioe Presi, ia. waxtrsia rtUtrw will r a .ijlc ru to l3tato of ftclaU, "from iioirernor,d.-Svorka. intereated. Hartford atartod merit after twenty years' use, you MuhVeobecg Co.; dent, J. H. . pwh homo. rt j tn wit tuu J 1" il'ink for . d". .'). Secretary. Dureey, 8. B. Robertson, .Treas., to play poHtioa.'by CiooMrigahe. oft in the first Juoinf" to tho good, can have'naTMiea fordeiAcr ji aiyio ann Calhoun; Ifjr.T Btrtmlrtrf T. H.. BaN. rae?oUier-"jofhsfectd- - 01 lor .a.W&n .!roan nril l?fAk'nrl ATnrO.l. t?.P I l . ... , f.f for a. U tmiifutt v.'JI.ciiiriialoiuo .Wll .. ZVh. main. Y7 ...J .'- - '19 ..." .L- - .".. . .f.1 aa.UBanr IBM Mi -- '' " aLauBlaviaa. Itar.1 W ..l: "rfifcr Cira Y l Fi. Piaiiali for (rUloi aalii' 'f'AtWwrUliiWi.je HMtM Mesbera BtatTTlmaUve Bfiard f rlBlrniu ii..n lu H'lTery at "Wairaa, TC. rwoplp ol tho State, ..1. ..bome run. Hart rtMtluut Catalog. and llJaUrmi oa. Brn Wataoa. Wekatsr oaaty; J. W. feeee and making W aall the worn to serve. Dunn. Davlaaa eeaaty; Heary Pirtle, but miMmoHvm.zNkMvmsuMrW , ierd did not iCfir Carb" Ante Ol. OWo eotwty; K. I. Kay, Hardla sua- ruuu Tout. Our candidt for member J M ! Mri, fourth ......... M.l I Xr TliAtiiiia fli-nn- n nml Hick" u The Repablican-Frogressiv- e . Flat - jr the ,,oufc of, nciircBcnitiv. Jx Diivootory County ty; vr, bi t . , "-- n-- ut "." T ..... "" I M ni a ., Otto C. Martin at to-b- t, d; Barnes M... & e, Attorneys at Ui-j- y Smith a, 13 vot-pos- of-th- te I -- ( ... lARTHTTR TTIPI P. ... m -. .i '... n ........ Attorney at J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public rt n wiin, J - ,!., ,.,,,. 'l'l'v. ,. .v W. H. RILEY -- ". ..'... I , I ! I i ..... ,i I f.., i..J. H.-1- Electric Bitters SEEDS a 1 1 alk-- (, ,,., VVJ ' 1 Va 1 !j)HtJj g. to-4a- - ? -- i . ' .Anti-Pai- eh'. thmLmmpOlltkaA fiT,. -- 2 1 '' Ottlcera-r-PresIden- 1 O u, . .n... ...- lMr eius. c. swi m c. t r. III-- 1 - lB"t-acon- n41m. I clrata -- s rum: ntoirmml&wiifrN&wiw3i&2E22!2Z22 RAISING GUINEA M PIGS Rules Governing Tony Contest. 1. Any boy or girl not over tho ago of 1G years, living In Ohio counFri- Children Cry for FlttcLWs Serve as Pets and for Many ty, may enter tho contest. 2. This contest shall begin Scientific Purposes. ? Little Anlmata Are In Much Demand for Experimental Use In Preparation and Standardizing Serume and Antitoxins. Tho Kind Yon Ilnvo Always Bonglit, and which has hcea lu uso for over 30 years, has hurnotho signature of has been mado under Ills pcr-sonnl supervision ulnco Its Infancy. ccc4X Allow no ono to deceive you In this. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are hut KxiictiiiH'tits that trlflu with and endanger tho hculth of. Infants uud Children Expcrlcucu ujjalust llxitcriinunU (y-jCjGHy- 7-f, al Jiist-iwgo- od harmless finhstltulo for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphlno nor other Xarcotla Hubslnncc. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverish ricss. Tor more than thirty years It litis been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation., riatulriiey, "Wind Colic, all Toethlnjr Troubles and DlarrhuiA. It regulates the Stomach and Howls, nsstniHatcs the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep, 'i'ho Children's Punncca Tho Mother's Friend. Cnirtorlii Is What is CASTORIA n Guinea pigs, or caviea, are raised chiefly for two purposes as pets or fancy stock and for jclentlflc uses. For four centuries tho guinea pig was regarded merely as a pet and bred for show and fancy alone. Ilolng a plastic animal, it was considerably changed during this period, and several strains and mollifications of the original were developed. Thus, besides the smooth-haireforms, "we havo the Peruvian, which Is a very longhaired type, and the Abyssinian, a type with rather long hair standing out In curl- - (By D. E. LANTZ.) day, March 21, 19 H, and shall close on Saturday Juno 23, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will bo printed In Republican for tho T,ho Hartford first four wcoks of tho contest. Theso coupons when properly filled out may be voted by anyone for nny contestant. To bo complete they must In clude tho border. To bo counted they must be brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before tho date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS A P Stack of Hutches. ous rosettes all ever the body. The cavles aro not recom mended for ordinary pets, na their coats need much care. Tho smooth-haireand require lesa attention They make equally attractive pets. have the advantages of being easily kept and of never biting when handled. However, It is not advisable to subject pet animals of any sort to much handling or fondling. Even dogs and cats are always the worso for such treatment, and pet rabbits or guinea pigs soon show the results of much handling In their roughened coats and lack of sprlghtliness. Longhaired guinea pigs, especially ,lf intended for show, require some handling, since the hair has to be brushed frequently. This Is best done while the animal rests on a high shelf where It need not be held during the brushing. Guinea pigs are In much demand for experimental use in the preparation, testing, and standardizing serums and antitoxins. They are well adapted for this purpose, being small and easily handled. Their use in medical research is steadily increasing, and soma of the large Institutions, unable to secure a steady supply of reliable Btock for their own purposes, havo of set up breeding establishments long-haired CafMJ&U The Kind You Dave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TWf CCRTaua COSJMNT.TT ttURIMV TMT. tUW YOWK CtTT. pmk POSITIONS GUARANTEED- - WE f "leMMaV--vr. ttcuwxMrr. rHiNotrAl. will GUARANTEE you a position If you ua real soon. Wo need many mora at once to supply the enormouu demand our graduates. As soon as we get the required for number of students tills oner will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. Y 1 f rv &$73?) - m a mo. C' BUSINESS COLLEGEHK.oaro4tn Kinnuiitttii iaiu ,OUI8Vir,l7R, KY. BucVWs "Full ol Life" Korthern Groaa! rdiatKd Sds hase reputation ol 4 years al successful seta growing behind I hem. 11 pajs plant 4hc best. Seasonable Specialties- SEEDS BBANS PBAS Alaska . . EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' Earliest Red Valentine . . ivw lushel Krlur.ee Kxtra lUtly . . $i 5 bushel New btringless Gresn Pod . j 70 Bushel Wardwell's Imp. Kidney Wax $4 50 Bushel Cull New White Wax . .. Jo..7jJiustiet H 5 Bushel Ctnle'i Run 1'rool Wax IsSBISS ' . iKVl Buihet New Karly Gradus . Is 50 Bushel Market Garden . 1 1 s Hushel Hertford's Bushel Buckbec's Llihtnluf Express ti-oand S full llltC 4iS. TB Seeds, riants and Bulbs at lowest trowlnr Pf!' Send for complete catalogue or submit a litt of your requirements and will quote price. Buy direct front th power Save Money. Write today. Mention this paper. Extra Early ... lhn. Ansvuit sanding a staled ana aesennunn may whether an aatcklr aacaetaiii our opinion frae Cnmninnlea. tlWafrktlre..adntll. HAIIOMOK on I'afenta Mit fraa. Oldest aasner foe soiriiiir patents. I'atanta taken tnruusa Munn A 1.0. retetvt notice, without cbarxe. In tho tnr.-V- rnmiauri Ac Trade Marks designs Scientific Hmerlcatt. MUNN , VttB:ikSr., H. W. BUCKBEE Fatal, SKlfws Sets "irii.4 oikV. ffls Co. V KL WaaaHwton. D. C ' New York .ckfsrt.sa and THADCMARKS promptty obtalaed in , w oWala PATE NTS ur all couuu-lMTHAT PA'b ailrenuw tktm UMrouajtu, at our you to sueMas. ipena, andlislp Ssnd iruJ.U phvlo or sktteh f or F R E E M ysars prmrtlc. BUR' oa patsnUbUirr. rorfrwOokto PASSING. RXFEriENCES. . Book on lrollublo IVUenta write to Mln rPrl Sometimes guinea pigs found in bird stores are unfit for laboratory experiments. They have been previously used for serum or antitoxin tests or may be the offspring of animals that have survived such tests. Unless the dealer knows the source from which the animals came and can guarantee that they have never been used for experiments, he can rarely sell them to Institutions. Any breeder undertaking to supply animals to laboratories must give absolute assurance as to thejr suitability for experiments.. Jf he can do this and furnish the animals as needed, he should he able to command good prices for them and to establish a permanent and lucrative business. The chief enemy of the guinea pig is the common rat. Preventive measures should be taken for the extermination of rats; after they have thoroughly established themselves about the premises it is no easy task. In a neighborhood that Is buildings intended for housing guinea f. pigs should be made absolutely their own. MtCAIX FATTEKNS OS-SO- S I B 9 Celebrated (or style, perfect ft, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 yeirs. Sold In rearly crrry city and town In the United MitM and Canada, or by mall direct. More told than any other nuke. Send lor tree dialogue. WAS M I N OTON, D. O. Sovanth ' Strt, ' The rearing of guinea pigs requires no extraordinary knowledge and no great outlay of capital.! Little space is needed to accommodate the anl- - More subscribers than anv olhet fashion magazine million a month. Invaluable. Lat. est styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, (tncy needlrwoik, lialrdressing. cents I etiquette, po.i.1 stories, etc. Only M pattern.a I year (worth doubts), including a free bubicrSe today, or send fur sample copy. WVONDEtfFlU. INDUCEMENTS to Agents. Post il brings premium catalogue and new cash priae offers, Address atcCAU co. m it its w. ma su. ncw vom McCALlS MAGAZINE I IBULBD K SPECIAL . F.. a bt ailCKBEE'S BULBS SUCCtED.' m lUIUVIs rou remiODent irlal -wUlnukd tlsMt autsrAnietlii ttltal OFFER'. Uaaalaaa. u.ifn. UJkSWJ cu. 1 onuiu A Open Indoor Runs. 'sTureak C.lleetlwSiSS, .(. liu.U Uulu w IKr bjmuu. rwtsw j I .uTaalM Srta., ISU.SSWM UV.MUIU. iTaT ai.a.u. rnatt, JUa ui tra ujao. . I -- , s. w ... ...MiMwf. cvpjrightj,et&, Sendr to viiila retenw. iraU. uaiAl I in ALL COUNTRIES. I mtaryaiiAffttntkrttntf tn mmtiru)nt rnraet tvia" ji t llsTilm, l&rirtistti&hi Mtaul Ulliuilt r.n " W.1r TV;...UiiT-Jl- (". ID u -- -- v- I i ho " . TT1 a - - - ahla l..kU ll!XLsw'rutf atMBr. ts. ala) KM .1. . hmuM twit . i cllaWenUM r - -m. .....i .muHMiin.H.....w."n,n.. . . T. T .MOT ...... -- " .- l. i aL T HtUw sm j inals, which aro hardy and easily managed. They make interesting pets and ure useful food animals. The constantly increasing demand for them in scientific investigations and. medical research Insure a ready market for reasonable numbers at prices that should be remunerative to the Moles and Growing The""food most liked by the ground and corn. molo',is' Jbo sprouts s A Way to protect these growing seeds tl rltoiAriunatiiUiat Slfktt strset, assr ValM waatMNQTON. D. C. ltiWa I".. Lit. W. BSwaSfl ism aneniK . SOCXIOU.nL. it. o 8sd. io'dlp them a kerosene just before Ranting. .The mole' will not touch the seed;andthe seeds are not Injured In the least. Popular Mecha41 furnished with receipts to bo given for all payments on subscriptions, and as many sample .copies of Tho Republican as desired. 4. Special voting coupons will bo Issued for payments on subscriptions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can bo voted at any time during the contest. The number of votes Indicated will In no manner be changed during the progress of the contest. SCHEDULE OP VOTES FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS. One year $1.00.... iTOO otes 2.00 . . '. . 500 votes Two ears 3.00.... 1,000 votes Three years s 4.00.... Four years Five years f.00.... 2,000 votes 5. No cmplojc of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their immediate family, may enter the contest. 6. Votes can not be bought, and once issued to, or cast for, any contestant, may not be transferred to another. All subscriptions secured together with the by contestants, money for same, are the property of The Hartford Republican and must be turned Into this office. Subscriptions taken In tho name of ono contestant may not bo transferred to another in any manner, but must bo turned in to this office and counted for the one In whose name they were secured. Any contestant dropping out of tho contest will lose the votes cast for them. 7. Contestants,' or their friends, need not tell anybody anything about tcs; It they do, they must their tell the truth or they will be ruled out of the contest. S. No subscription may be taken for more than five years in advance, but in addition an old subscriber may pay all arrears owing and votes will be Issued accordingly, thus, say for a total of seven years: 2 years arrears COO votes, 5 years In advance 2,000 votes, total 2,000 votes. 9. 'Voting coupons and subscriptions must be sent direct to the Contest Editor. Money sent by mall must be registered, money order or check, otherwise Tho Hartford Republican will not bo held responsible for It In any way. 10. Votes can be secured only by the means set forth In these rules. U. No contestant will receive any aid from The Hartford Ropublclan about any contestant's vote. No count of the votes will be made at any time, until the final count, when the winners will bo announced. Tho ballot box will be in plain view In this office. The box will be securely locked and tho Key deposited at the Bank of Hartford until time for final count. boy or girl, 13. The contestant, wlio receltcs tho highest number of votes will receltp a first class, gentle and well broken Shetland Pony together with a full set of harness and a pony buggy nnd will be given to the winner after count is made. Tho contestant, boy or girl who receives tho second highest vote will receive a $30. bicycle; it boy Is winner, a boy's bicycle and if girl Is winner, a girl's bicycle. The contestant, boy or girl, who rpceltes the third highest vote will recelvo a $15 gold watch, 14. Three competent and Impartial Judges will bo selected to count tho votes on hour tho contest closes. by entering lo. All contestants, this contest, bind themselves to accept and abide by tVe foregolug r rules. 1C. The publishers of The Hart ford Republican shall at all times bo willing nnd glud to furnish any in; formation in regard to tho contest. 17. Tho hour ot closing tho will bo announced by in tho lssuo ot 'tho. week pre ceding tho closo, . t . i .j will bo 1,400-vote--- Buried deeo In our American forest rs find tloodroot. Queen's root. drake and stone root, golden seal, Oregon rjp root or J cherrybark. Of these Dtv R. V. Pierce made a pure Clyccrio extract which haj bcn favorably known for over forty esrs. He caMed it "Golden Medical Discovery." This " Discovery" purities the Mood and tot.es up the stomacn and the entire? system in Nature' own way. It's Just the tissue builder and tonic you reoairar No matter how strong tfcer when recovering from a hard cold, grip, or pneumonia. constitution the stomach is apt to bo "out o( kilter" at times; in consequeac the blood it disordered, for tho stomach Is tho laboratory for the constant manufacture of blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomac- hputs it in shape to make pure, rich blood helps the liver sad kidneys to expel the poisons from the body. The weak, nervdebilitated condition which so many people ous, experience at this time of the year is usually the effect of poisons in the blood; it Is often indicated by pimples' or boila appearing on the skin, the faco becomes thin you feel ' ' blue." "Moro than a work ago I was puffcrln vith an awful cold lu my iipad, tliront, breast, and body," writc3 Km James O. Kkxt. of 710 h. Strict, S. E., Washington, D.C. "homo callod It La Grippe, somo p;icuinonla. I fra? advised ty a irienu w try a uouio oi your "uoiacn ineuicai uiscov-cry- .' 1 trlrd a bottio and It did mo so much good that I fscl s.tfo In nyln? It Id the groatot and oct racdlclno thnt I ever took. Jvfv hoalth is nvich bettor tbnn It was lulns your nuditl-- d. It does ell ycj claim for 11 and U " Q. Kent, hsa. J. run-dow- Nature's Way Is The Best TO5? lon JAM S & CO., Plrst Class Uverymeti Centertown, h - Kentucky. Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, OUR CLUBBING RATES. r $1.35 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 Owpnsboro Inquirer 1.75 k The Republican and 3.50 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald.... 3.50 The hepublicaw ana Daily u wens ooro inquirer k O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and 1.75 The Republican "and Kentucky Farmer The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 1.60 The Republican and Cincinnati The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50al Globe-Democrat Twice-a-Wee- Twice-a-Wee- Weekly-Enquire- r - Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. ' r T - YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads. , Noteheads Envelopes Statements X X And Cards other printed forms are given Special Attenton X X In The Republican Job Department. says Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky In writing of her experience with Cgrdui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before i began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a- big water milt. I wish every suffering woman would give - It Always Helps i i Art . ' -- tr T"!' .t BJ0l3p JIB A pos 'sson ?l X 04o pas ujvd, oip ouoi m ..' - iR&l<Re ,' , jx uoj)i,ci otoinU moij oob puu , jpUV'ftW,' Mence In farming, spipfoiu fJtn3S8iui pu just AaWp- , f vajrytklag else, means dB hobo Bothlsff mora than knowing things. )uouiU'i B.uruioqiuu;) jo upjiBoild WlthutKbkGWledie titers can be dB OOJJ B B popjKHl B "jiny nv "JaAa nics, s.r., ---- a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, ; and it always does me good." . CARDUI the Woman's Tonic ut s VjlX. a 'aSxSJSpasjI44;y rt t....j'...i!i.V (IU-'- 1 I,. Mi ., --vx.-.ai wT .- '- f -' '.- ... 1 . -- - - -r .'.J'.r,f.:,,,: ' w. ......... ;m"" " . . . liM , TJicj ....-..- sr tr j i't fnl (o( ,'i, uaj uj Neesed. ojoui joa BIU.UOU( 0M. MOl stock, machinery and MW''rirehsfita a large Invest- " sent, and the maa who succeeds twist , tth ftke greatest aHsslaess FOR FLETCHERS. ' IT l.1 . lasntlaa ,i .... .... . . ... , .. ul IV " V v ' Bxscii,ai),rr; U)t it, TBe'Jajw'srU-'l- ta tf aftj'Cluitles ... ,ii tr . . -- Vbu iuouutJ04 iuJ3yiju"jnb8j uiB?vuin3i.i jo oo, iuquBm B Headache, backache, Jside ache, nervousness, feelings, etc, are sure signs of womantired, worn-oly trpuble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You canaot'ioake a mistakejn trying Cardui-foyour trouble. M has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. r Get a Bottle Today! MI st CASTORIA W IfJI ItM); lama ma a w. , , ,, IM m . ... I, i U" UJtfl gjiwiamMqjgM MMvi.itmtMmmvimm HWHWPHgWICTtWWini ii iai mi i" Announcements. nKI'HESENTATIVE. We aro authorized to announce N. B. WHITE, of Olnton precinct, as m. cuBdldatc for tho Itctnibllcan nomination or member of tho llouso of JBejrownUitlvefl from Ohio county, subvert, to tho General Primary Klcc-aoSat. August 2, 1913. FOTt Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. 1 SCHOOI SUl'ERINTH.NDKN V. authorized to announce We are HKNKY LEACH as a candidate for n, the Republican nomination for Counof Ohio ty School Superintendent county. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. to nnnounce authorized ODELU of West Fords-vlll- o precinct, for tho Republican nomination for the offico of Superintendent of Schools of Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. We arc Ky., ns iwjRdliUte for the Republican noml- vl or the offico of member of the CBAllmi .JioiiMS ot Representatives from Ohio .county. MJbJeU to tho General .Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. lVo are authorised to announce "l-n- cr, W. 3i. of Weaver Dam, JOHN V. Irl-gxx- FOR COUNTY JUDGE. to announce Wis are authorized iSSQ. AIACK COOK, of Arnold vot-3n- c jirezlaci, a candidate for the nomination for Judge of Obio County Court. General Primary EJoctton Sat. August 2, 1913. FOR JAILER. We are authorized to announce J. V. DUVAIJ.., of Select voting precinct ,as a candidate lor the Republican nomination for the office of Jailor of Ohio county. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 19J3 We are authorized to announce W. We are authorized to announce 31. P. MIDKIFF as a candidate for the for JJLKAVRIN as a candidate .for Conn-st- Republican nomination for Jailer of itle Jleji'Jbllcau nomination subject toy Ohio county. General Primary Elec Judge of Ohio county, 3. ithe General Primary AuiiU.it V tfoe- 2. 1913. Election, Sat. tion Sat. August 2, 1913. of Paradise, a candidate Republican nomination for Jadps of Ohio county court. General JUmaty Election, Sat. August 2, 3912. HL .MILES, arfl authorized to announce J. tte to announce We are authorized JOHN C. DUGtilNS, Olatou, route 1, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. General Primary Election, Sat. Au gust 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce C P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nom ination for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the General August Primary Election, Saturday, 2, 1913. We sire authorized to announce R. EH. U'JSDDING, a candidate for the JKeiwlJican nomination for to the office of County Judge of ObJo county. General Primary &H. August 2, 1913. Elec-rtJtxn. Ws are authorised to announced. Ky.. Q. T1CHENOR (ft Hartford, cwute 5, as a candidate for the Demo-tacainomination for the office of vCmty Judge of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. as to announce. We are authorized JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford Ky., as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday, August 2 1913. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce TOM V)X, of Roslne, as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of Assessor of Ohio County, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday August 2, 1913. to announce We are authorized DILLIS E. WARD, of Ueda precinct. a candidate for the Republican nomination for Assessor of Ohio county. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. iFVR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce C. JS. SMITH a candidate for the Ropub-.Wct- n nomination for County Attorney o Ohio county. General Primary .Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. lWts .are authorized to announce D. SAKKU. RHOADS, of Beaver Dam, a cxnUdate for the Republican nomination for County Attorney of Ohio -coualy. General Primary Election, iSit- - August 2, 1913. VVs are authorized to announce C '51. BARNETT a candidate for the HejnUican nomination for County General Attorney of Ohio county. .3'rUnary Election, Saturday, August J2. 1913. We are authorized to announce G. WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of Assessor of Ohio county, subject to the General Election, Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. We are authorized to announce L. B. LONEY as a candidate for the 'Vt)R COUNTY COURT CLERK. We are authorized to announce C O. HUNTER, of Hartford.as a candl-Walor the Republican nomination rfor the office of County Court Clerk County. General Primary vi Ohio J3Jts:tlon, August 2, 1913. te Republican nomination for tho office of Asessor of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. FOR CQRONER. We are authorized to announce Dr. A. B. RILEY as a candlddate for the office of Coroner, of Ohio County subject to the action of the Republican party at the General Primary August 2, 1913. authorized to announce (CLAUDE BLANKENSH1P, of Beaver ZDam. Ky., caudidate for the Repub-litit- n nomination for County Court Clfct of Ohio county. General Election Sat. August 2, 1913. Ve are Prl-oix- ry nation for Justice of tho Peace, Heav- Opposed to His Pet Legislation. er Dam Magisterial District. General President Wilson Is greatly disturbPrimary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. ed over tho presence In Washington ot Announce of an "Industrious" and "Insidious" Wo aro authorized lobby, which has gathered thero "to GEORGE W. ROWE, of Centertown, croatq public sentiment against cera candldato for the Republican nomination for Justice 6f tho Pence of tain features of the Underwood bill" and has Issued a stntoment In which the Centertown Magisterial District. ho says ho thinks "tho peoplo ought be Curod. to know tho extraordinary exertions Doatness Cannot by local applications, as they cannot being made by tho lobby to gain recreach tho diseased portion of the oar. ognition of certain alternations of the Thero Is only one way to cure deaf-n- Tariff bill." Tho President does not seem to and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an realize that theso alleged lobbyists Inflamed condition ot tho mucous are the manufacturers nnd business lining of the Eustachian Tube. When men of tho country who have Investthis tubo Is inflamed you have a ed their capita in tho Industries that rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, have made tho United States prosand when It Is entirely closed, Deaf- perous, and that tho men who hate ness Is the result, ml unless the In- made tho Journey to Washington are flammation can be taken out and this there simply to protest nsnlnst cerof their business tube restored to Its normal condition, tain ruination hearing will be destroyed forever; nine through nttempted legislation draft cases out of ten are caiiBcd by Catarrh ed by guesswork by men who know-littl- e or nothing of tho business which is nothing but an Inflamed conWe which they would regulate. Tho many dition of tho mucous surfces. will give Ono Hundred Dollars for business men who have assembled at any case of Deafness (caused by ca- tho Capital aro there because they tarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's would have the members of the I lout o Send for circulars, of Representatives nnd Senate know Catarrh Cure. tho actual conditions that confront free. the industries. F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O. President Wilson and the DemoSold by Druglsts, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti- cratic majority "would bo relieved situation," from this unbearable m tution, "this intolerable burden" nnd "this Returns Thanks. constant Interruption to the calm progress of debate" because they are Hartford, Ky., June 17, 1913. When Mrs. Savlllc and niself ot willing tp learn the actual constepped Into our home, (the Parson-- . dition of business affairs which they age) June the 8th, 1 saw a verifica- threaten to destroy. They would have tion of what some of the people said the people believe they are only wor" would happen to me If I were to get ing for the people's good. But are married. That Is I would get a seO they to be the sole Judges and arbitvere "pounding", and I assure you I ers of what is good for tho people? was beaten very badly. I shall not Tfhcory Is all right, at times, but begin to, tell what was at the Par- it Is much better to havo practical sonage when" we came, for It would knowlodge of the business, and this does not be hardly possible; but all kinds of the Democratic majority good things were there. Enough to possess. The actuating motlvo Is to try out the theories of the classstart me house keeping almost. I hardly think It necessary to tell rooms and- - the declaration of tho you we heartily appreciate what you Baltimore platform. No attempt is did for us. It Is natural that we ap- niiulo to find out the real status of preciated the things we recoUcd affairs. Hearings on tho several schedfrom you, but our greatest apprecia- ules havo been barred, and the pubtion was the spriit in which they lic has been able to learn little or were given to us, it Is as a spur to nothing, representatives of tho busihelp me to do better things without nesses affected wore unheard, and under the administration whip the the effects of the spur. We are with you in your commun- schedules havo been Jammed through ity and are felad to be here. We shall, against all opposition from those mem get along all right because we are bers who foreseo the consequences. While tho President complains of right. We want to work together for the glory of God and for tho good the "Industrious" lobbying of the men of mankind. We shall stand by you who are vitally Interested in tho Inand you stand by us and I am sure dustries affected, he has given his we shall have a flno year here and approval of the establishment of a the Church and the people will be publicity bureau "to educate tho peoblessed. So may the Lord bless us sill ple" and "create a sentiment In favor and help us to do the thing which of the Underwood bill. That, In his opinion, is a perfectly legitimate will be a credit to us and Him. process. There Is no allegation ot Sincerely, any corrupt influences being brought W. E. SAVILLE. to bear by the men who have assembl Could Shout for Joy. ed In Washington with the avowed pur"I want to thank you from the pose of influencing members of bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. ito favor changes in the pendRader, of Lewisburg, W.'Va., "for ing Tariff bill favorable to their own the wonderful double benefit I got particular business. The one raw spot from Electric Bitters, In curing me on which tho President Is touched of both a severe case of stomach Is that these men are opposed to his trouble and of rheumatism, from own particular pet legislation, tho which I had been an almost helpless evolving of theories which he has ensufferer for ten years. It suited my and taught for years in the case as though made Just for me." tertained classroom. This makes the "lobby" For dyspepsia, indigestion, Juandice, insidious. Intolerable and unbearable. and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no equal. Try FOR FLETCHER'S them. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only GO cents at all druggists. Con-guess r We RESOLVED THAT To Have- You Come: IN ANDEtOUROOOD - Will be pleased VALUES ANDOUrV Complete WE ARE JVSTLY PROUD, For, WE'VE COT THC GOODS JrocK TALK ABOUT A FINE STOCK OF GOODS, WHY, WE ARE JUJT AJ PR.OID A J WE CAN BE OF WHAT WE WE WILL BE HAV IN OUR. JTOHE. UPON YoU QUICKLY ABLE TO WAIT TO ANYTHING YOU REQUIRE IN OUR LINE. WE WANT To PLEAJE YOU. WE WANT TO GIVE YOU 5THE BE ST THERE S, AND WE WANT YOU To BE .SATISFIED WITH THE PRICE. WE ARE PRETTY JURE WE AREMN A TO SEND YOU AWAY POSITION PLEASED Wj.TH EVERY PURCHASE YOU MAKE FROM US. CARSON & CO INCOHPORATUD, V-- Hartford, Kentucky. v MHjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjfBBj"jjjjjjjjjjjjV Children Cry CASTORIA. We .are authorized to announce J. T. BUD) HOAGTLAND, route C, Har rt, lor the Republican nomination ?or Vm office of County "Court Clerk af Ohio county. General Primary Election. Sai. August 2, 1913. to announce WILLIAMS, of Cromwell ;.jrciri. a candidate for the Repub-:3lc- u nomination for Clerk of Ohio e.;ouuty. General Primary Election, ljdiuviiy, August 2, 1913. ' Ws are authorized FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. We are authorized to announce W. H. PIERCE, of Roslne precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Justice of the Peace, RoDistrict. General slne Magisterial Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. to announce We aro authorized a ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, candidate for the Republican nominal tion for Justice of the Peace In Hartford district, General Primary elecw tion Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorised to announce W1NSON SMITH, of Select precinct, a candidate tor the Republican nomination for Justice of the Peace of vvvvsvvs-v-vvvvvvStatement of the Condition v Acting: according to advices from the Dunlap Pony Co., of Greenfield, Ohio, who are furnishing OF THE 3KP. T. naruuru ill 0:Miiw-J- ! At the close of business June 4, 1913. I ctiiT ..M RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $150,414.35 2.520.GG ' the Shetland Pony, Cart and Harness in The Re"--, publican Pony Contest, we have extended the time of ending the contest until Saturday, July 26 4 p. m., when the ballots will be counted. The pony people state at this week, when the pony was to have been delivered, that they cannot send but will send as quickly as possible. We are expecting the Pony Outfit any day after this week, and will arrange a i vW.2re authorized to KJMSUU, or Hartford, announce- LOr noml-i-xaftU- m tsuifidate for for the OJnk of Ohio totiim of the Route 6, as a tho Democratic office of County Court county, subject to the General Primary, Sat- - nJtS.y, August 2, 1913. Roslne Magisterial District. General Primary Electlou, Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce J. A. BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Justice of the Peace, of the FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce S. .'A. BRATCHER as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Slier- Iff of Ohio county, subject to the Jneral Primary Election, Saturday, ' Overdrafts Stocks and Bonds Cash on Hand and in other Banks Checks for Remittance Banking House and Lot Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets Total 11,410.00 116,160.05 797.77 3,000.00 1,000.00 1,896.12 287,198.95 Sulphur Springs district. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. We are authorized to announce W. M. CHANCELLOR, of Ceralvo pre- .August 2, 1913. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Deposits .' FONT DA? Which wilt be announced later. NOW IS THE TIME FOR EVERY CONTESTANT TO WORK HARD. (.: We are authorized to announce S. O. KEOWN aa a candidate for tho Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Ohio county, sub- jject to the General Primary Elec- EUon, Sat. August 2, 1913. $ 40,000.00 17,314.48 cinct, a canddlate for the Republican nomination for Justice of Peace inf tho Centertown District. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. .: ..v. 229,884.47 $287,198.95 and-gbo- d Total'....: There, are Scores of People in Your -- We are authorized to announce "Wo are authorized to announce W. GEORGE M. MADDOX, Sr., a canASHLEY, route didate for Justice of the Peace In the C. (COMMODORE) I 3, Hartford, a .candidate for the Re lltockport Magisterial District. Gen tpubllcan nomination for Sheriff of eral Primary Election, Sat. August Ohlo County. General Primary Elec-tlo- n i, IVld. Sat August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce S. SAM L. STEVENS, of Beaver Dam, candidate for the a candldato for tho Republican noml- 3L BENNETT' loans, guaranteeing safety and'eourtesy. J. W. FORD, Piesident. ROWAN HOLBROOK, V. Pres. J NO. 1 MQORE, Cashier. tr We respectfully solicit deposits safe Neighborhood Who Have Never N Been Visited. k ' See Bern. ,&, 0sa$rara ' ... . - - jttA .i-- a-' ,r.S.w'- - LX