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PEOPLE with- ftjqmbjtfrtttL OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 50 MINERS WITHOUT PICK OR SHOVEL Twenty Barges of Coal Wrecked Three Years Ago (voL. xxv. in tho reservoir. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1913. Tho spillway will act automatically. Tho reclamation service- has Installed ono of the finest electric plants In the Southwest to construct tho dam and to oporate It when finished. 'More than 1500 j kilowatts of electromotor force aro, generated and used on the project each day. Tho aerial railway or cableway being operated at tho dam Is one of tho most unique labor saving devices yet Invented, it has three 2 -t Inch carsteel cables and riages to carry material for the construction of the dnm across the canyon. These aerial transports are now being used 'to place tho cement in the dam. There aro three transports and each carries about a ton of concrete. It will require many months of work to completo tho laying of concrete In what now looks like an almost bottomless pit. When this work Is finished land Mexico-Texa- s project In tho New will Increase In value to from $200 to $300 per aero In a remarkably short time. Tho principal products that will bo raised on wnat is in many places now a barren desert will bo alfalfa, corn, wheat, melons, fruits and vegetables. The land will yield high average values per acre, under Intensified cultivation. It will be one of thp richest farming countries In Uie world and will naturally be a great benefit to El Paso and be a principal factor In making this a city of 100,000 within a few years. The completion of this dam and ot the valleys will tho Irrigation bring millions or dollars of products Into' this city each year. Business men and. In fact, all El Pasoans are watch lng with much Interest the completion of the project. 1- ENGINEERS REACH K- - that rises above a certain mark THE BED ROCK ? pow Pouring Concrete After 3 Years Work. 't.'ou Bt. tsssssssssssssssssssK 'i j-- v bjbjbjbjbjH '4HiLssssssssssssssssssaB - .'t4-'";- '? Stanley, Ky., June 23. )Spec!al( At tho head of French Island, la the Ohio river, a few miles below Owensboro, there Is being carried on a rather novel industry that 1915. seems to reward, in a modest way, The Last Grand Jury. those engaged In it. It is coal minTho following is a statement of ing without pick or shovel or dertho age, religion and politics of the rick or El Paso, Tex., June 25. After three car. recent grand Jury assembled in Three years ago a Pittsburg coal ears of work, the United States Hartford at the June term of the fleet of about twenty barge3 wa rLssssssssssssssssssK' LaR iJRLssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssfl Government engineer of the Recla Ohio Circuit Court. wrecked ln a storm here and many con- mation Service supervising the J. A. Bellamy, 52, Christian, Pro thousands of tons of d brrrrrrrrrrrrrLIrrm. gressive Itepubllcan. of the gigantic dam In the " coal was emptied Into tho river Iuctioa i W. G. Bennett, 69, Methodist. Reat Elephant Uutte, N. near the head of tho bar that ln low publican. WflroP otvatoliaa aavafil mtlna uKava , 110 miles north of El Paso, have Methodist, ,'the ,s,andi J. V. Robertson, 6! jg ,g thfl th,rd flUn found a rock foundation and have HLiaRRRRaRHBsRRRRRRRHi Democrat. mer, I believe, the coal gleaners' iBRiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw'RlRiaB.Jiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam started work lalng tho cement Just Q. W. Burks, 63, Methodist, DemRBBbJRbJRBBbJRbJRBBbJRbJRBBbJRbJRK"? have combed the bar for the precfoundation. ocrat. RRjRjRjRjRjRjRjRjRjRjRjBfTv-sious black diamonds, but the floods L. M. Lawson, project engineer of J. C. Neighbors, 56, Baptist, Dem- - of winter wash down a fresh gup-p- ly RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRk-&- T 'tho United States reclamation work viOcrat: for the summer find. When the 4 In this district, said that tho most Sain DavlBon, 55, Baptist, Dem- spring floods are over and each, unImportant work In this mammoth ocrat. day's decline ot the river lengthens" dertaking has hecn finished. Actual Dem-jqcrA. F. Qulsenberry, 54, Baptist, the bar, these coal gleaners come in work on the construction of the dam their joboats early ln the morin M. L. HEAVRIN. Vlias now been started and will be 52, Cumberland Pres- J. C. Hill, to comb the shallows produced by to completion. The dam will , X rushed In presenting my claims for the Rejubllcan nomination for Judge of .the byterlan, Republican., the night's fall. To see, early in .be holding water In 1915, and the 51, Baptist, Demo-the-lr O. L. French, County Court, tho people should knoV my views upon questions effecting the morning, a dozen or a score of project completed the follow entire I favor- - rigid economy.ln tlje management of the county's crat. interest. these little boats' skimming over ing year. finances; ONE HUNDRED CENTS IN-- 1 VALUE FOR EVERY DOLLAR j A. J. Stewart, 50, Baptist, Repub-SPEN- the glassy waters, gathering for the One-hamillion cubic jarda of con the prompt payment of its debts; With tho end in view that our llcan. day's task, the spectacle reminds crete will be used to block this dam, Mack Ross, 50, Baptist, Democrat taxes shall bo lowered; better roads and safer bridges. A careful study the observer of stories of the old Is to toe the largest In the which Dan Mitchell, 44, Baptist, Repub days when the Indians swarmed of tho county's financial affairs shows, ihat by proper management these world. Tho dimensions of the dam things can bo accomplished. If nominated and elected I, will work persis- llcan. about the rivers in their frail Caare: length, 14S0 feet on top; height, tently and continuously to bring about t?ese results. I assure you that any noes. For Sale. 200 maximum thickness, 203 feet; Adv. assistance or support given me will bo appreciated These plckless coal miners anCarload Arab Horse Feed, Traveling Exhibit Car. ft. While the Assouan Dam In Egypt per 100 pounds $1.80 chor their little boats up ln the Is longer across the top In Its width. The Tuberculosis Commission last water and with a sack shallow June Pasture Dairy Feed It Is ovtr 100 feet smaller in height. Thiinutnv ennnHl thft services of Mr. 1 111 1 1 VllLLUAI.L STATE UNABLE TO per 100 pounds about their $1.65 Strapped shoulders' , and will storo.but 1,860,000 acre feet' "- m . np'oi tn take 111 I l"lIUI I IlflUL . .V- -, Special prices on ton lots for cash. wade out to their work. Little of of water. Tho Enge storage reservoir h,blt car. .n of tfao traveng P (HUPP II PFNQMNQ the coal is ever uncovered by the W. E. ELLIS, w Ut Elephant Butte will store 2..60.000 Mr Fau,kncr haa had a wlde experl. III ItfdLLU lamiuuu receding waters at night, so 'closely, Produce Merchant, to Irrigate the en- - enCB . lecturlnlt on heaUh topics, I uicre feot-cnare the shallows combed through Hartford, Ky. 50t4 project 1 foot deep vw Atlre acreage ot the tuberculosis, in the soUtST the day. From early morning until fit teen times. Notes on Company H. eastern part of the state, and as Former D. the last boat is loaded to the guard A..K. Head Eulogizes Delay Is Caused Because State project will cost the gov- The great l.Mn tho editor of the A portion of the Company did rail these folks wade back and Pfcnuuent $10,000,000. It will make a tako cnarg0 CMimm He w, rifle practice at the range on June forth In the shallow water around of Ky., Has No Money for Men And Asks Women Take forty mies long, aeraging six v 14 and 21st and a majority of the the sand bar feeling with their feet miles wldo and all the lower part Pensioners. Th(j Bxh,blt Car w, bo opened to Many Questions. men did excellent shooting. Private for the sunken coal and when they will be 100 fcot deep. pub,c for the flrat tlme at Malcolm Hoover, a new recruit, find a piece, they bend down, pick - th0 U. L. Baldwin, construction englnTuesday; June 24th. at holds high score for this year's it up put it in the sack and . . . g th , eer. who Is supervising tho work on Frankfort. Ki. June 24. A pro- - practice so far. He made 124 out ninnminfftnn. HI., uno the next strike. When the sack tho dam, and his associate engineers l8yino fop thre(j Uaya Qiwn from 12 grows weighty It is emptied into T Scott Jate pre3ldent gen. vl3loa ln the confederate pension aot of a possible 150. a"d frm 7:3 era. of the DaughterB of the Amerlc- - that "tho auditor shall Issue tho A score of 98 qualifies a marks-o- f the boat and this process is repeatwnen the wo tne i o'clock till 9 , . ou .u - .. .- - man and those who have already ed until the boat Is loaded. I am . mo ircnouij mi . experts saw started some From South Louisville it will pro- - an ucvoiution, issuea a sewna sxaie- warrants told these people make good wages was impossible to construct a dam ceed toward oardstown, Springfield, raent opposing wo'man suffrage to- - spectlve sum and the treasurer for- - vaJo Ernest Hud80n( 107; Sergt. W. at this work and that they have lit it at Elephant Butto or ln that vicinity yohanon and Greensbure. visltinK'rtav in which Hhe euloclzed men. Bay- - ward treasury checks to the address n fimv. 107: Sprart. Wm. C. Llles. tle organization and no strikes. I- to hojd enough water to Irrigate the many of the Bma lntermedlate stol)s ' . .. ot tho Pensioner" has given rise to a 109; Prvt. David R. Wnlttlnghill. Respectfully, . other thlncs- . . ... . ror a uay Tno car wm tnen proceeu J. H. THOMAS. m prvt. Eugene weaaing, xzv; 6..v morai prooiem wnicu mo auuiiur, ireiwu tno yet to solve. Ueutt c. B. Shown, 121; Prvt, Mar- . , .-. , flirts saia.had ivconuirj was 01 voiuiu - t0 tho aoutbea8t corner of tho state. ""' tlma f .., and pension agent have " ! nriein nroKen .ana rocK doi- Mr, E. R. Sapp, the Advance Agent of The strong Nebraska Indian base A total of 504 penBlon claims has Vn Hoover, 122; Private Gross whoso bodies aro torn could not bo found. But the gov- - liio Lnr. ih iiuw umiwiiK iiiki'uiuiiv.i" after all, it is men ... . . . boen allowed ,and 2,300 are ready to schroader. 122, and Prvt. Malcolm ball team will play the Hartford " be passed upon by the pension board. Hoover, 124. team at Hartford on Saturday, July ernment engineers continued their fop .. flnnearance .. theae various . DroKen anu wnu? They are fast on their feet as work and they have been rowardd by tons. air. Roy French, tho Secre- - ea..on every battle item. 120 or better, 5. claims are allowed before the If these Those who made day ., .1. . apolncr thn most difficult OI thO COn- - . i ...111 1,, n,ih i August pension day. It Is estimated wm bo entitled to go on a reglmen- - Indians ever are and sure fielders. irucTlonal work finished. vT- home be de8erted' zoning spent in that the state treasury will have to taj range and fire over the "Expert At bat they are vicious and with ComZ.on w.,1 wonderful accuracy of eye they are When th, dam Is completed ap- -' be prepared to meet a disbursement Rifleman's" course. proximately 180,000 acres of land in aU(J Jr f0W practice announced at able to clout the best ot pitchers. th6 car for In August ot $300,000. The rifle mawmf v - .. ..., uiv- - tu the Rio Grando Valley aoovo ana . h It is the belief of tho pension de- drm, for Saturday, Juno 28, These great genuine Indian experts belong, and finally, wnen election , twinw ri Pnso will receive water fori '?.. u. partment that these claims will havo WU bo postponed until Wednesday, have appeared with great success7 dav arrives, how much satisfaction irrigation. This land borders bothien On this date the team throughout the United States and 2d. tne 8ervlce8 of.a visiting , to be paid in checks and not ln Btate juiy , be sent to various cities and record sides of tho river from Elephant .. ...... may .u uliooi, wict warrants. If this theory proves cor- - which is to represent Company H Canada and have an envious without t u uuiiut wuiuu to their credit, and are miles LUUILUCB UL .i. DU41U. ,- .1 iinito in- a nolnt thirty-fiv-" e "IHW. U1D " l"i JIOVl- n,nm or four to one, by ballots cast by rect, tho state not having so much at the "State Shoot," which is to be pIace. u wla be the money in hte treasury, it Is possblle bejd at Earllngton, beginning Aug- - doubt the greatest Indian Ball team 4thea.t of this city. ThU Includes (luQ1th9 ,B her maid servants? Will she find In lands in tho Las Pa.omas. Rlncon . Members in the World. It may bo necessary to postpone uat 5, will be selected. k of the nur8e 0 dIsC0Ver the ex. ' the mere act of public depositing of thatpayments Mesllla .Juarez and El Paso valleys. , u ot pension claims until who are desirous ot becoming a condlton3 10,nt tho all Mr. Chancellor Withdraws. Only .pproxinuuely 80.000 acres ,s leegsllature meets and makes a member of the team must tire over aud organlzo ta Lch the pre th hours and Ceralvo, Ky., June 24, 1913. now being lrrlgatea from tne oroinmn)Unlty an association or league, special levy for tho purpose. It is the range on this date, as the team ferred society of her children to To my friends in the Centertown Evi&' flow of tho river, two and one- - aelected the levy of will be reported to to retain the services of a resident upon political committees and estlmted thaat a Magisterial District. i.. u me uulil The salary of cents will take care of the an- - Adjutant General Immediately after nurso permanently. dally meetings and long docu- - half After investigating the matter, I different aspect tlian It did last sum the one nurso will bo paid by the their nual pension disbursement. the day's firing. find that I. as rural mail carrier, am of excavating commission, but her living expenses mf""' v'mer, when tho work After "Squad Drill" Saturday night, of "Have you thought It out, all this . hold not eligible ..- ..' .... in thn ..rpiimlnarv stnees. More I to... Fourth Class Tostmaster Exam- four now members were enlisted and Justice of to Peace, the officewill ab' " the and I yards of njulUUe8, whIch 8he 8erve3. hthan half a million cubic Com- torfnJ that you are this brings the membership above the therefore be compelled to withdraw ination. , nqueaia of thought Larth and rock have been removed U8,on anxloU8 to by War Ctotnn Plvll IP... llnlUJ Mw.iv Kn'lln minimum reauiredprospectsthe very from the race. "Bhtly assuming? Wo have followed iUD v.. are from the river bed. Immense coffer- -' Department. The ber 8ervlces from resPonslble in- Thanking one and all, I am your r .loiivpritur h river's flow J,...J..., Vi UlbuulVuuflf .. .!., " thus tar oniy 10 tne nay 01 c.w- iTm!I!.,a-.a,n.-c tSJ,. 2?, bright for a Company of 60 men for friend, p. An,a t44 uu...0 UlllUUUID, rr W. M. CHANCELLOR. tlon. But Immediately after that? along tne wesi through the flume 0f the state. What next? Division of spoils, with HrvTgratlfylng to the Com- bank, wane tne tounuauon worn 10 taJ For Sale. still more work and worry yet, and bull 01 w iv id cai.ic ( Indlnns at Hartford July 5. and worK- i going on. Tho engineers nanv f.mm.H.r in imt thft falth- -- -' all heart burning of defeated expec- - certlflcation to fill a contemplated Dur- lVnon havo nerformed a wonderful member3 Qt One halt Jersey and one-ha- lt The greatest athletic novelty In am milk cow, 5 years old. Gives. 4 making ready for the actual the world is the Nebraska Indian , taMoni that turn fruit, of victory to vacancy In the position of fourth JTwork attendance at drills beyond that class postoaster at Narrows Ky.. building of the gigantic wall that will Base Ball team which has created a8ne. and immediately ,ntere3t of gallons' milk a day, never goes dry, " it . . next elec- - and other vacancies as they may oc- - " tn price $65.00 cash. "Reason for wanting t. valley development. so much comment by Its brilliant camo Prorations for the store waters for cur at that office, unless It shall b,,, tlflHil'OUB. anil Ulachlne shops, a standard guage nlnutno auu (ifnmlarfnl ailiaaa If of some few to sell, got one more cow than I buwvmb tulU5 nuuuui women have UeClUCU 1U IUU uucrcoiD ui vuu who loat on the streets, or struggle need. One full stock Jersey heifer railroad, a tramway, a cabloway, a achieved during its seventeen years "Is this the bqon that been fighting tor with such misdirect- - service to fill the vacancy by rein- of 4 months old $30.00 cash. Six concrete mixing plant and many othtravel throughout the United .1 In when the arms ore being replac- calf . .....1 ,t.AV pigs, $3.00 each if, uoiuhuui Um.VA .uj statement. The compensation of the ed In the racks. "Promotions usual- nice Poland-Chin- a have had to be States and Canada Is a rare and eu BnBr"jr It er costly Installations taousni out ana reauzea 10 uo postmaster at this office was $434 ly come to those who show their taken at once. erected before tho actual blocking of novel sight to see a team ot Daiii- -' bu"len "jfy for the last fiscal year. Examination eut the W. S. DEAN, players all of whom are marvelous- the river could be begun. fitness tor them." would add to their present cares?" Saturday July 13, 1913. Dundee. Ky. The flow of water will be regulated ly expert and also who are genuine The regular drill dates are fixed 60tf. Age limit, 21 years and over on the of tunneis Indians. When they come to the night until en- by three sets for each Saturday No people are ot more Interest ,.Etray. date of the examination, with the 'campment. ONE OF THE BOYS. through tho dam. Each tunnel will field with scowling faces and savage than the American Indians. For where un- - warhoops some ot the timid people I have taken up and posted as' an excsDtlon that in a State closed and sealed water-tigh- t, Notice! this reason Green's Nebraska Intilt It 1b desired to deliver an irrlga- - In the grand stand grow nervous estray one bay mare about 1(5 (bands women are declared by statute to I have just received a carload ot dian base ball team composed ot age for all purposes at 18 Etlon flow to any ot the canals serv- - but the Indians, are only Bhowlng high, mane sheared and Is sho4' all be of full Oats, best genuine, howling sceechlng savages 18 years ot age on the northern grown White lng the different sections ot land to their Irrepressible spirits and never around. Came Into my possession years, women gathered from the western plains ot the examination will be ad- quality, and also a carload ot good have trouble with anyone. It will May 31, 1913. Can be recovered by date be cultivated and watered. and reservations should attract an W. E. ELLIS, corn. feed . mitted. The dam will be protected from be a great treat to see them play owner paying all .expenses. enormous crowd when it plays Produce Merchant, must reside .within the Apllcants ASA HAYCRAFT, at Hartford on July 5. orfolw by a spillway 200 feet ln the Hartford team' at East End Hartford Ky. 50t2 of- territory supplied by the post 4 mile north of Horse Branch. Width, which will carry oft the water Park, Hartford, July J. arm m u n- 'VJLargcSl 01t IOilU5 nuapcuia nin Be Storing Water In . -.-- $f ... BBBBBRBBRV' 4." ' BBRjRjRjRjRjRjBw. SIW'', 'Yi9MiV,''(HRjH jPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI flco for which tho examination is announced. Tho examination Is open to all citizens of the United States who can comply wlht tho requirements. Application forms and full information concerning the requirements of the examination can bo secured from tho postmaster at Narrows, Ky., or from tho U. S. Civil Service Washington, D. C. Applications should be properly executed and filed with the Commis sion at Washington at least 7 days I before tho date of tho examination, otherwise it may be impracticable to 'examine the aplicants. U. S. Civil Service Commission. Com-mslslo- n, Interesting Sight to be Seen. rrrrrrLLV IKrrrrrrrrV brrrrrrrrrbirrrrrkErrrrrVI Z high-price- vMkJHI $ fHH rrrrrrrS rrrrH ISRRRRRRRRH T; lf ' ..,. I nTTrUrjT dlAILtnUll IPrn i' ough ,,..,,.. ftV uumxu. ri I gth Lou-l8V,- for wor kws "!6 .3?' ... ..-- 23.-Mr- - .. .. I ""' .... . r.-.- ...i I ?Z ZZ ttaftoT ., . rnd'bme'otosed'to ... f' jt -- "J LTZT w lo-uu- jr jin-sum- I t ... w...-.--- wta ... fw' " r- !."'! ".v : ' Vc.taiie ... -- ; .!.... uo N ""tl . ot in a .Ut 4 rtrfoiiirTtn- i . r"- r imu ii iiciM i mmt !".ww;nrnnnr B'gli'3JI'W1'gjlVH,WaH tWHWJWP" WMMW WWWWWW1WWW ,. , A, ' HB'WlH ' T , - - ?Tr- - y ff- HTWTffaf' oiMMminiinaa mme. i ,jitdMfc5SJlWISEKJBK5OTREw2S kk wPWWiflE5Jt TO PASTEURIZE MILK DANGER OF BLIND STAGGERS Kansas Experiment Station Finds Disease Caused by Poison In Mold and Filth on Corn Ears. Information coming from widely separated places show that tho corn-ea- r worm Is causing Injury and death to farm animals by Infecting them and giving thorn blind staggers. Fol-- I lowing Is nn oxtrnct from an article . In Farm and Fireside: I For live or six years occasional out breaks of blind staggers In horses have attracted attention. During this time tho Kansas experiment station has been making an experimental study of this disease and Its origin. Its exact cause is still only partially understood, but enough hns been learned to place tho blame safely on poison In the mold and 111th found on ears damaged by tho corn-ca- r Tvorm. INSIST ON PURE SEED Gettysburg. Sloop, peaceful hills! Thy crimson sun shall set Thy growing fields shall raise their golden grain .Untramplcd by tho feet of life and death. Great Care Should Be Exercised to Sleep, for the cry from d Prevent Introduction of Noxious suffering lips Weeds Upon Land Difficult of Is hushed forcer, nnd the hearts Eradication. that bled Have underneath thy flowers gone (Br O. I. TILLMAN.) Jo rest. Uy studying carefully tho character? tstlcs size, shape nnd color of grain more and weed seeds, tho. farmer will bo Sleep' wrapped in peace, no shall passion climb enabled to determlno whether or not his grain contains Impurities. Great In desecration up thy bleeding Hides, , caro should be taken to prevent the Nor hatred look deflanio In tho introduction of noxlotiB weeds upon 'neath tho quiet of th summer Innd, as they nro dltucult to crndlc.uo sky. i ('Those heart that lowed for peace, . Most Effectually Done in Bottles in Which Received. Good Results May Be Secured by Using Ordinary Tin Pall With Pie Farmer May Determine Whether Grain Contains Impurities. No more upon tho faces of the dead; tight-presse- COURIER - JOURNAL ' For 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you read the VXVAXA&JW-tJWWCXAl- lv Plate Inverted to Permit culation of Water. Cir- (By J. P. FltANDSEN.) SUlk cnn bo pasteurlzeJ most efficiently Id the bottles In which It If received. To do this a small tin pall with a perforated false bottom can bo used. If a special pall Is not at hand, tho same results can be secured by using an ordinary tin pall with an In- - eo; ! rrfTDIlTD K V, 11 irWTDMAT V X I The eggs of tho adult Insect causing this trouble are laid In the husks of tho young ear. After hatching tho burrows through the soft young kernels, leaving Its filth, which, with tho escaping Juices of the corn, furnishes the best possible medium for tho development of the seed mold and putrid decay. Sulil-deof this poisonous material remains In the corncobs and corn to caube a gradual poisoning of tho horses consuming any considerable quantity of the damaged corn. Tho los3 of horses in Kansas and a number of othpr states from blind Maggers has been found to be uncur-ab- l, cen by n skilled veterinarian, unless the treatment Is begun early. ear-wor- & A tjtK mi .y tf t Jt - IBM J y vr Tt & .A A- i i a ill! V Pi Me dreaming past the bitterness death. Yea, sleep, jui luujm mi wvii, my Ii0l'VIU,i:, .K WATKIiSON, Ki.irm nf iit vifii, 1 Mi iU ' U kkMM vr fjr MM v & - I TO REINFORCE Can Be A DOUBLETREE Wl U'&f- r Made of Oak Boards With Piece of Metal Between Them Held Strongest Team. and orten cause permanent injury to thu land upon which they grow. n. Tuft Hftgrass. Hull Mnglo. or straw colored, hairs and a bristle nt the base. In grasses. b. Wavy Ilalr-grasSimilar to a. but longer and brown. In grass. c. Common Oat. Hull single, mos.1- fi1SiKO:r-ilJ2L,aii--- wl"l watcr ly smooth, sometimes awned. f nearlylevel with the milk in the hot- i d. Wild Oat. Hull single, . l tlen. "Place tho pail with tje jnllU j or brown, haliy or only so at the ' "base,' a twisted awn from middle scar Dottles pa tlistov .5. ringliko. In corcals. indicates a temperaturo Hull single neare. Tall of from 130 to 1G0 decrees F. The ly "cylindrical, awned nt base, should then be repall and bottles Reinforced Doubletree, In coarso grasses. moved from tho stove and allowed to . Hull single, flat stand 25 minutes in the hot water. manner. They are not difficult to ' f. Bermuda-grassIn do-Now remove the cover and place the make and will hold the strongest team, tened, bmooth, pall under a cold water faucet, allow-in- s besides outlasting a dozen ordinary vers and grasses, g. Jlolinia. Hull single, brortn, dull the water to run slowly Into the doubletrees. In European clovers and grasses, pail. Continue until all tho hot water 1. f.!......! ,...,.,. ..- .11 a1nln. u. ui.uaiu crnaa has been replaced with tho cold water l q DUUIU lJI.llll.lBt- V.UIU.IUOO.UIIV..M I and the temperature of the milk has SOWING SEEDS TOO THICKLY' strav colored, curved and pointed. urns june i.uu. clovers and grasses. to about that of the been reduced 1. Dog's-tai- l Hull single.) Ohio County Board of Drainage glass. water. This ia the cheapest and most Practice Should Be Discouraged as Overcrowding Undermines Cultibrown, the pointed apex yellow and (Commissioners, by s. T. BAHNETT, Cli'm'n. i rough. In European clovers and j vation of Plants. grasses. a Copy Atteat. Hull sin It. GILBEHT.) (By J. Kentucky Blue-grasW. S. TIXSLEY, Sec'j. Thfck sowing must bo guarded gle, light brown, usually acute at end, seed should have room sido veins distinct. In clovers and against. Each Deafness Cannot be Curocl. to grow without crushing or Injuring grasses. Hull single, by local applications, as they cannot Us neighbor. k. Canada Blue-grasundermines the cultl-- , lighter colored than J, more blunt at reach the diseased portion of the ear. plants at the start and It is ' ends, side veins Indistinct. In clovers Tliftrf. ia null nlln U11V tl nirp itfllf- vatlon of long before. It ever, they outgrow it. and grasses, especially alsike clover and that is by constitutional Of course, small plants or seeds may and Kentucky remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Fescue-grass- . Hull sin1. Itafs-tai- l be sown more thickly man me larger rough, slender Inflamed condition of the mucous, ones, but relatively they ought really gle, When not to be sown thicker. awned. In clovers and grasses gen- lining of the Eustachian Tube. this tube is Inflamed ou have a Each plant should have sufficient erally. Hull sin- rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, room to develop its coyledons and ono m. Meadow Fescue-grass- . leaf before it is thinned or pricked gle, Stem cylindrical and when It Is entirely closcd.Dcaf-nes- s out. expanded at apex. Is tho result, nd unless thu InEvery year vegetable crops are much n. Soft Chess. Hull single, light flammation can bo taken out and this fci Injured by being sown too thickly and wrinkled, awned. tube restored to Its normal condition, perhaps It is hardly too much to affirm coarse grasses. destroyed forever; nine y& ' cylin- hearing will be gardeners would be tho & wtt'" t o. Cheat. Hull single, nearly that most aowa drical, straw colored, smooth, usually cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh gainers were only half the seed conJi-ithat there Is now. awned. In coarse grasses and cereals. which Is nothing but an Inflamed u We As to what to sow the seea in. mo Seeds simi- dition of the mucous surfecs. p. English lighter the seed bed the better. lar to m, differ artlcularly in the will gUo One Hundred Dollars for Few seeds will vegetate In a lower flattened, wedge-tmapestem. any caso of Deafness (caused by caV 4 '" tpmnnrature than. 40 degrees and In Seeds differ tarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's q. Italian Pall for Efficient Pasteurizing and tho range of 20 degrees all seeds will from p. chiefly In the slender awn Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, grow. Cooling of Milk. from the apex. In grasses. free. r. Darnel. Seeds particularly simiF. J. Cheney & Co..Toledo, O. efficient way of cooling and will also, Cause of "White Cob." lar to q, but larger and more robust. Sold by Druglsts, 75c. prevent breaking of bottles. The milk is caused by In cereals. "White comb" In fowls can then bo convoyed to the refrlgora- - decayed food, impure water and overTako Hall's Family Bills for constiSeed clusters and s. Couch-grasana piaceu ou ice uniu requireu crowding in dark and filthy houses. m tor p. pation, single seeds similar to m and for use. scurfy appearance to tho Found in cereals and awnlcss brome pas There is a It is well to remember that Notice. comb and wattles, head and neck, with teurized milk should not be used for a eradual loss of feathers from tho grass. t. Sedges. Seeds brown, both free Notice is hereby given that the tho feeding of children after it is 21 head and neck. Treatment consists In and covered by flattened, undersigned commltteo for and on hours old. leinoving to clean quarters and giving hull. Found mostly in grasses. behalf ot Ohio county will on Tuesnight give a wholesome food. At u. Wild Onion. Bulbet's covering day, July first, 191I5, at tho court Cultivating Corn. of castor oil, after which add papery, or purplo. white, straw-coloreTho purposes of interculture tilings dally a teaspoonjul of good condition house In Hartford, Kentucky, let to nro, first, to kill weeds; second, to powder to tho soft food, and anoint In cereals, particularly wheat. tho lowest and best bidder the gray, smooth, Seeds v. Hemp. to the head and aflllcted parts with vasUeep the surfaco soil receptive construction of four truss bridges; rainfall; third, to prevent the evap- eline. Tho castor oil need only bo veined. In millets and cereals. near Ralph, being C7 w. Field Sorrel. Seeds smooth, am- one located oration of soil moisture. Cultivating given onco. by feet In length; ono located on llor-to- n corn four Inches deep, as compared ber colored, shining, often covered and Ueavcr Dam public road reddish bull. In farm seeds generally. with two tnches deep, may reduce tho Contest. yield ten per cent., owing to pruning Seeds beechnut-shape- near Rick Taylor, being 10 feet long; x. Curled Dock. Egg laylug contests aro now being reddish brown, shining. In ono located on tho now Hethelham the roots Four or flvo cultivations carried on In many states of tho union, aro usually sufficient. public road near Jeff UeH'e, being farm eeeds generally. nnd they are serving as an excollent More frequent cultivations have not stimulus to the utility side of tho 40 feet in length; ono located on tho been hhowu to increase the yield poultry Industry. While they never For Egg Production. Hartford and Ueaver Dam public when the boll Is not unduly compacted have and never will prove that ono The secret of egg production con- road near tho Collins farm, being CO is tree from heavy rainfall, provided it breed or variety Is superior to all sist of a good supply of grit, good feet long. Plans and specifications from weeds. others, they do provo conclusively that health, plenty of exercise, pure food, for said bridges aro on file at the careful breeding In certain strains or green food, fresh water, cut clover office of tho County Court Clerk at Salt for Hard Worker. families of fowls increase the egg pro- hay and green cut bone, freedom from Horses at hard work and on full duction away above the average, and lice, regularity in feeding, cool houses Hartford, Kentucky. Commltteo regrain feed should have salt often. A thus boosts the returns to even larger in summer and warm ones In wintor, serves tho right to roject any and good way is to koep a lump of rock proportions. mado and breeding only from the best lay- all bids and all contracts salt in tho corner of each feed box ing stock. by tho commltteo nro subject to tho they are tbo bost judges of the approval ot the Fiscal Court. For Quick Growth. amount of salt they require, and II Cars With Turkeys. This Juno tho 17th, 1913. required for quick Every afforded a constant supply will not eat growth element development in pulAlways be sure that every part of v T. 11. BENTPN(1 and full too much. lets is found in milk, oatmeal, chapped any lnclosure where the turkey hen J. C. JACKSON, and poults are kept Is well drained, clover and bran, and In such LESLIE COM US, " at Care for Colt's Feet. proportions that the digestive sometimes the hen will sit down O. E. SCOTT, Take halt a day to examine and organs will not be overtaxed in any night in a low place, and a heavy Commltteo. trim up your colt's feet. Many young way. rain will fill the depression with wa- 49t2. ter and chill or drown the poults. horses are Injured by letting theli There la no real need ot onyono toet grow wild. Sheep Fertilizer. constipation. with Kale In the Garden. being troubled On hillsides where coarser animal Do not forcet In planting your gar Cluunberlain'u Tablets will 'Cause an Equal Chance for All. waste would hardly stick long enou;h It is an easy matter to put all the to do the ground any good sheep den to provide for a patch of kale, 'agabie movement of the bowels little pigs together to be fed by them- dropping take the place ot a spe- There are dltereat TarUtlea, aah ot lthout any unpleasant effect. Give selves or to enlarge the troughs so cially prepared fertilizer. which la goo. them a trial. For sale by all dealers. they may all have aa equal ektae. A reinforced douKetreo can be mado In the bottom of of two oak boards Ailth n, (bo same. This false bottom is placed piece of nwtal, A, between them. The fn the pail so as to permit circulation metal hhould be about thick, j of water and prevent bumping of the All three pieces thould bo cut and bottles An accurate thermometer shaped alike and riveted together, should be place.l in tho water or In The singletree:) arc made In the same one of the bottles Set the bottles of Arrangcmtnt for Pasteurizing Milk. t iffl WSV v . CiH ev& through all the anguish nnd the strifo, that mad Tho sjuiit was tho thorn great: they cost, irnhlauied, as I.o, now friend and fot1, where lleneath thy wounded flt-i shadows creep, rank While o'er those armies nnd tile, their sui'lsred' Thy evening nll stars unite. Llppfiwsott's. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L 8ie AND- - o o HARTFORD REPUBLICS m Ik-fi- O Both One Year for Notice for Ditch Letting. . o D tf? Various Craln Seeds. rerted pie tin placed one-Inc- h straw-colore- ..' Oat-gras- htraw-colore- straw-colore- 1 . T 1 ., rcraiinnt to an order uf the Ohi'i fJounty Court In the art.on or C, A. Itarues et al., motion tor n I ii- Mie Ditch or Drain. Tlie tind-r'eluhio Cotnt) Hoard of Draimtxi Coui- . l.ilv itulssloners, will on ., j ar tlu. C(mrt k ' "v i.hoUB ,loor '" "'""Word, let " tll lowt8t ml m(Mi ril"l,s l'1(bidder, the construction cf a dluh lor dniiu in tho nboe stu .1 mu': Imtid dluh Iwlng ailrolmaifly w1' sr s milts lm,. and containing V,:45 cubic anls. tli 'on b'ructlou of sulil ditch to b- - completed by December 1, WIS. Plans nnd specifications nay be seen oii tile at tho Ohio Cotm' c fieri. ' oftlce, nt Hartford, K Said Board rebenes the right to reject anv and all bids. Bond with good and sutf Ictunt securet, as required by law, will be required of the successful bidder. Done by order of Ohio County ,..., - ,. ,l..I,.....i Tih-mIh- O. 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Mr. Tim Powers and family, of Sunnydalo, are visiting their son and family. Mr. Orvlllo Berry went to Sunnydalo last Saturday. .. ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1, 75 Bears tho Signature of i 0 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year ? Notice to Water Users. 24- - F J. E. & Son Office First National Bank Pair & Co Ford, Dr. E. W... Ford, Dr. E. V Fogle, J. E Ford, Mrs. Dudley Ford, J. W Foster, Ellis II Gillespie Bros. Blacksmith Glenn & Slmmcrman Hartford Grocery Company. Hartford Republican Hartfonl Herald Hartford Ice Company Hood, P. II Hockcr, v Joe Heavrln, M. L. Store Office Residence Residence Residence Mill 57 50 93 77 80 83 17 9 Residence Shop Office ., 35 51 94 22 59 73 40-- H Store Office Office '. Plant Residence Residence Office 3 0-- 2 .'10-- 5 71 54 34 52 3 91 04 23 : 7 C3 J.j. lleyrJT Her, C I Store Rcsldenco IV ;... King, S. L King, R. W Keown, C. P Lyons, Jas. II if.ikens &. Acton U & N. Depot Likens & Crowo Leach, Henry Dies, Will Leisure, R. 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Wo want everybody to have plenty of water, and It Is not fair to those living at end or near end of pipe lino to be shut off from tho water by the constnt waste between them and the tank. Unless persons attend to their hydrants and keep them closed over night, we shall be compelled to shut water off wherever Could Shout for Joy. Respectfully, you from the this is neglected. "I want to thank Kentucky Light & Power Co. bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Iowlsburg, W. Va., "for Foils a Foul Plot. tho wonderful double benefit I got When shameful plot exists between curing me from Electric Bitters, In b of both a severe case of stomach liver aand bowels to cause distress refusing to act, take Dr. King's New troublo and of rheumatism, from of which I had been an almost helpless Life Pills, and end such abuse system. They gently compel ten years. It suited my your sufferer for case as though made just for me." right action of stomach, liver and For dyspepsia, Indigestion, juandlco, bowels, and restore your health and and to rid tho system of kidney all good feelings. 25c at all drugm poisons that cause rheumatism, Elec- gists, have no equal. Try tric Bitters No Reason. them. Every bottle Is guaranteed to There is no reason why men who satisfy. Only 50 cents at all druggists. are at Washington asking for an opLetters You Will Never Receive. portunity to bo heard against provisions of the Tariff bill which are FRO.M YOUR DOCTOR. believed to be menacing to the busiOn reconsidering jour case I would ness Interests which they represent, advise you to destroy tho prescrip should be disconcerted by tho Prestion I gave you and see and uso a ident's attempt to represent them ns little of your own common sonse, engaged In activities to be conwhich Is cheaper and safer than demned. drugs. Five dollars consultation fee Never before had a President of Is returned herewith. tho United States sought to bring reproach upon men desiring to preFROM YOUR WIFE. sent arguments concerning legislation I can't seem to think of ono un- Hitherto, tho right to do that has pleasant thing to write you a'fmt been regarded as part of the connot cne. The maid hasn't left, tho stitutional right of free speech. children are as well, and best of all If the President meant to refer to I have saved enough out of my other, concealed activities, ho did not liousohold allowance to pay the milli- make them known. If ho has knowlner, tho dressmaker and the garage edge of anything underhand, dishonbill, besides making a small payment est, that Is being done to influence on tho now rent, which was worrying tho Congress, it was his duty to make you so when you went away. known what ho know, and to name those who were engaged in it. FROM YOUR BANKER. Ills statement was general audi According to our ledger, your vague. Ito declared a "numerous, inchecking account shows an "overdraft dustrious and Insidious lobby" to be1 of $13.05, Plcaso accept our thanks. active, but ho did not mention by Wo wish moro of our lady patrons name even ono of Its members. He understood that tho chief function hinted strongly at the improper use of a national bank is loaning money of money, but failed to present eviito its small depositors without dence that would warrant such ut o Trusting that you will terance. to draw upon the funds of this Surely It is tho right of American your own, citizens who believe that their legit institution as it thcy-'werand thanking you for past favors, imate business interests aro threatwo remain. ened with Injury by proposed legislation, 'o protest against It, to pre FROM YOUR DAUGHTER. sent arguments to Justify their pro You are rglht. in affairs of the test. For Americans In business, in heart a daughter's happiness is sub- big business, aro no less of tho people ordinate ot the parental whim. I of the United States tlian those whS love Roy and deslro to marry lilm, work for wages. Albany Journal. cpn-tlnuo' BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1.50 oft oft & THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year 4? ? J J oft eft oft i & BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1.50 fc 4? 49 4? 4? 49 4? 4? 49 Having made a special arrangement with the publishers of FARM AND RANCH and HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE we will be glad to save you money on your subscriptions to the publications you ought to have. All three publications are well worth the regular subscription price and jve consider ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this very low combination rate. oft eft oft oft 49 49 49 Send Your Order to oft b oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft oft eft. oft 1 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 'J there is a hush, the chairs cease rock-- ! Ing, and the conversation softens as the old heart songs are sung, awakening memories of the folks at home for there are Congressmen who get homesick In spite of an attractive salary and the honor ot serving the government under the Capitol dome. The heartfulness of the home life of the American people as Indicated In these gatherings of Congressmen Is one ot tho most fascinating and charming aspects of American democracy. National Magazine. Each age of our lives has its joys. Old people should be happy, and they will be It Chamberlain's Tablets are taken to stengthen the digestion and keep the bowels regular. These tablets are mild and gentle In their action and especially suitable for people of middle age and older. For sale by all dealers. KILLthe COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery w FOnCSUSs"8 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. JEk. THE SEWINC GTJAB ANTI3ED SATISFACTORY! OB MONEY REFUNDED. NEW NOT MACHINE OF QUALITY. SOLD I Security Life Insurance Co. Not the oldest not the biggest but the STRONGEST in surplus security to policy holders. Highest ratio of assets to liabilities among all the established life insurance companies in America. Everything absolutely guaranteed. No estimates. should carry a guaranteed policy in strong company. W.R.IIEDRICK. UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. . HOME ,.' ,,'1 t. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. If you purchase tho NEW HOME you will havo a life asset nt tlio.prlco you pay, aul will not Imvean endless chain of repairs. 1 II P Quality Considered it is the Cheapest in the end to buy. If our latest catalogue before you purchase vou want a sewInK machine, write for. ....' 3 John.... "Clean Up the Bowels and 33 70 Tinsley, W. S... Tlchenor, Dr. B. Tlchenor, L. B.. Residence... Keep Them Clean" There had for culty is without arc many remedies to be constipation, but the diffito procure one that acts violence. "A remedy that does not pcrtortn b y force what should be accomplished by persuasion is Dr. Mile' Laxative Tablets. After usinff them, Mr. N. A. Waddell, 3 I S Washington St., Waco, Tex., says: vr Rcsldenco ; .G ..Storo 'llllams, Jas H 49 Rcsldenco Williams, Jas. II 18 .Resldonco Wedding, R. R 14 Rcsidencco Woodward, Ernest ...... .UlIlCO. .J.) Woodward, Ernest 90 .Resdlonco Williams, K. T 72 Office Wilson, J. B OS .'Residence AVilson, J. B 4G-- 2 Residence Williams, Hooker Tlio Farmers' Mutual Telephone system continues to grow in Ohio county, all exchanges roport good Increase for each month. Switchboards have recently been Installed at Dundeo and Balzctown, with about seventy subscrblers connected. Tbo Hartford exchango has made tho largest increase, in subscribers since January 1, making an average of ten now subscribers per month. .,... ........ Not Much Hope for Farmers. Congress has finally put wool and moats on tho free list. With meats and all other foodstuffs at even a higher prloe In almost at foreign o bottcr the lands, how can conditions In this country? The bill must be passed upon by the Senate, but as that body Is revolutionized and controlled by (t), and renegade Republicans, there can hardly be apy hope . for farmers from the. Senate. admits And even though, Free-Trad- e to this country cheaper foodstuffs, iho will handle them and retail them Why, the fo tho "dear people"? yxxl-stu- ff Bamo class that now bandies fa They will control the retail Froe-TradTree-Traders, e8 markets, from the farm to tho consumer, JUBt as they do today. Trust "Clean up the bowels and keep busting hasn't helped the consumer them clean," is the advice ,01 all the any, nor will It. There have been physicians, because they realize condanger resulting from habitual a few articles of family usq on the stipation. Do not delay too long, free list, for several years, but inbut begin proper curative measures. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area stead of this fact reducing the cost old complaint, remedy of these articles to tho consumer, new a great for this and improvement over the they cost more than beforo they cathartics you luve been using in taste like candy The jwero put on the free list. There Is the past. a general disposition among American and Work like a charm. A trial people' who handle the necessaries of will convince you. Tablets are life to "gouge," and it will require sold by all druggists, at 25 cents more than Free-Trato boat these a box .containing .25 doses. not grafters off. Just how tho man who found satisfactory after trial,, re- ' old ben for 35c and sells 'turn the box Co your druggist-anbuys an money" return, her for 85c (as a comparison), is to lie will MEDICALyour Elkhart, lad. CO., MILES . be h faded off is a puzzlo. Green. 12 ville (Ohio) Courier. de .,-d "Almost all my life I have been troubled with rontipatlon, and have, tried many remedies, all of which seemed to cause pain without Hiving much relief. I finally tried Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets and found them excellent. Their action la pleasant and mild, and their chocolate taste makes them caiiy to take. I am more than (lad to recommend them." Tho chief executioner of death In winter and spring months Is pneumonia. Its advance agents aro colds and grip. In any attack by one of these maladies no time should be lost In taking the best medicine obtain able to drlvo it off. Countless thous ands have found this to bo Dr. King's Now Discovery. "My husband belloves It has kept him from having pneumonia three or four times," writes .Mrs. George W. Place, Rawsonvllle, Vt., "and for coughs, colds and croup wo have nover found Its equal." Guar anteed for all bronchial affections. Price CO cts. and $100. Trial bottle free at 11 drugtsts. Drives Off a Terror. 0 m The New Home Sewing Machine Co.. OraRge, Mass.' this .i Oat ilk Mt m the Ike lUitu rtit. hllu ulit Gm fir 10 Ceiti. It' til l m tic leit Ceiir tin :; - Hartford. ' HI' w Stia 10 1;;, Ctiti us let m A. S. TANNER, - Owenstoro. ITU irCCIUTY CK MOUSE AClHTf tvtnt lMi4 It rttut mill 441 IraM U. UdUTIlU. IT. HAVE YOUR SUITS I Home Life Among Congressmen In Congress Hall, located near the Capitol building, eighty Congressmen are domiciled. They aro of all parties and bollefe, but- on Sunday evening the neighborly spirit ot all men of all climes Is manifested. The program follows no order, and Is limited to no special number of "artists." There la no lack of volunteers, however, and the piano Is kept going with song and music. Congressman Falconer of Washington walks bravely to the piano and sings, by other colleagues, and followed down through the corridor ring tho voices of tbo people's representatives In Sunday evening song. .There Is hearty and enthusiastic applause, and little 'groups gather all about the iobby, having .a good " time. 4 ' Later In the evening the, singing e, naturally drifts to the songs; old-tim- Cleaned I Pressed Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Hats Cleaned and Repaired. . Work called forand special attention. KODAK Your summer vacation. It will be a pleasure in after days. We sell EASTMAN KODAKS and supplies. Stock always on hand. delivered. Club rate $1.00 per . month.' Y. M. Hartford Pressing C. A. BLDCI., Bliffb. U X' .. FAUGHT, Ctntcrtown, Ky. 1LVI?F0RD, ICY. tjpfato". et, 3 tfrnfc, Jfc , . 4... ii in mi i i.i "g.iTri'Mnwi,ls.fvT lUJMTOWiHjHrtHiwi mnrnt ij uim iiwfuwwwwmw W nMnmnninUwiiw"""w t t . 'iwhjwmw nvwiumpfc,.,, ww,w wiyywwwwWWfMWWi WOAJl-- RhSBBSS-V- it 'iv country declare that the new Tariff scssment hereby made against each based up- CURRENT COMMENT law will close down their factories. of said land owners to be Brockton (Mass.) Searchlight. on the original assessment for cost by assess1o law at tli rotoffl Ktrd KKordlDtt reottfr ot tte tvcund of construction ns shown BY Experts say that tho Tariff duty mull Urtlord, Kjr., ment roll now In the hands of the 'on a $1G suit of clothes is DO cents. Ohio county. Treasurer of ' Under the new law who will get the "The assessment above made and C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER when collected, to bo Pr'nmispsnf PrpsidentWikon !' cc,,,a' t,,e manufactMrcr or thc mcri referred to, EDIT0R8 clmnt7 Slll)CSlj the poor consumer, kept In seperato funds, and the fund FOR THE HOT WEATHER MONTHS. got it, how Is ho going to get the,! by assessment of land owncreated Recalled. prict! to buy It, when thc future of J jMrwi 11 communications to ers In each district to bo used only Jnnsheep-rnlsln- g is wilted and the j Hartford Republican. needs of that particular ditch for the What the Organs Of Public whlstlis arc not blowing? There are or drainage district." w......r - i I11UIU illl'll iiiiii'iin NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS The tax above levied may bo paid ttaterrllwr clfflriOK th vMrrwnt to n nw within the next 30 days to tho TreasThought Are Having to Say day hunting work than there has In iiiaklOB Ib sddrvM mnt iriTt the old iwldw been since 1S93. Carml (III.) Con-- J urer of Ohio county, without addiAbout The Tariff. returned tional cost, but If not paid within vlnccr. wilt tot lf Cnfollcltrd niannnrrlpt & tnleM Rcroropnnled by mf said period, same will bo certified will recti" no Anonymoni communication There nre a great many Protection- A duty which glcs foreigners Amto the Sheriff of Ohio county for col- Attention. Ists who voted for Woodrow Inst fall i lection, when a commission for col erican markets Is practically lection will be added. That policy could do no more. who did not think thnt he would do( exactly this way. In his npecel.es he,j S.C3 S. T. BARNETT, Pres. Watertown (N. Y.) Standard. KiTrr.... talked so much about moderate and o Attest V. S. T1NSLEV, Clerk. GOtl. The continued announcement of sensible revision thnt some of us j June 2oth 1913. FRIDAY, JUNE27. shorttlme by factories, In anticipa- almost believed that he was not a(j r. Cedar Rnplds tion of Tariff changes ought not to radical 4 make Congressman Mahan any more (la.) Republican. The President Is now beginning to -o- "lobby" for a currency law. positive that the Tariff bill is the I ; In The Oil Field. ;; Our Democratic friends In Congress j best ever. Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin. PresidcntWiIsoiPwUI try his Now profess to be legislating for the con-- 1 1 hand at lobbying this financial nieas-- 1 One would never hac guessed, from Burner. But before a man can be a ure through Congress. the way the South lnis been voting, consumer ho must be a producer of j If the President" Isto boss all the that there was all that Protection something he can sell for money money of the country, it ought to be with which to purchase something to sentiment which is now appearing. Brandt & Co., have succeeded In himself. easy sailing to consume. Do you, get that, brethren? straightening the hole on the Brown Albany Journal. ZKi Pittsburgh Gazcttc-Tmle- s. The men who raise live stock, farm, near Victory scnooihousc, ami oThe Democrats promised the coungrain, poultry and produce eggs, vege- - that well is now going down rapidly, "Tariff benefits," says Congressman j tables and wool know who Is getting It should be completed by the middle try lower prices and unbounded prosperity at the Baltimore convention of Hardy, "go Into profits, not Into up this tariff bill. Watch 'em at the of July, wages," which wo suppose Is the j 1912. But they will be unable to re polls hereafter. promises. The foreigner reason the American workman is far Mr. Grant Clnsell, who had the deem their The main difference between an contract for drilling the well on and the importc r will see to it that and away tho biggest wage earner "Insidious" lobbyist and one of the the Cox farm for the Wood Oil Co., the consumer will "get it In the In thc world. Philadelphia Inquirer. common variety seems to depend al- has returned to Hartford after sever- neck." The Industries will be strickmost entirely upon whether he Is ' al week's absence. His machinery is en', and prosperity will flee the counThe Wilson bill raises the duty on peanut oil, at least. Watertown (N. "for" or "against." try. Marlon (la.) Register. still on the Cox farm, and it is likeY.) Standard. A special tax with which to pay ly that this company will begin anAccording to the latest tests, thc the Confederate pensions is now other well at some point In the oil It begins to look like a Tariff for people of the United States are belne Hlscussed at Frankfort. This 'field in the near future, against Free-Trad- e. The Senate may European revenue only. Philadelphia wlH be delightful news to Kentucky Inqulr.cr. tax payers, already paying much more The Lawrence well, near Bcda, Is conclude that It Is best to recognize o the fact. St. Louis Globe eDmocrat. down to a depth of 400 feet, with than they get any return for. ought to be Every Free-Trado bright prospects. v What If Roosevelt had proposed to The objection to free lemons under driven out of the Republican party take charge of all our banks and Tarlif bill is and kept out. Decatur County (la.) The following locations have been the banking system, while he was Presi- made and some of the contracts let not confined to California and Journal. dent. We can Imagine the caustic for new wells: One at Sarvls 'Hill, Florida. It looks as though we were The "forces of humanity' are using remarks of some of our Democratic N. E. of Beda; one on the Walter all going to be handed a few. s, handcuffs, gags, straight-jacket- s, friends. Allen farm, North of Rough river; Johnstown (Pa..) Leader. and nippers In securing reo It has been well said that while one on the Yelser farm, one-ha- lf It A ten per cent Tariff on wheat, cruits for tho "new freedom." .paying so much attention to the mile east of Hartford; and one on with flour on the free Jlst, Is an- might be well to Institute a sort of wants of the consumers, Congress the Duncan land, near Olaton, just other of those Democratic customs quarantine at thc Washington railshould remember that every man over the Grayson county line. vagaries for which It seems useless road station and search incomers for must first be a producer in order to busiThe Rough River Oil Company's to ask an explanation. Pittsburgh evidence of intention to talk earn something with which to purness to senators and reprcsnteatlves. Dispatch. chase something to consume. See the new maps have been completed and Johnstown (Pa.) Tribune. are pronounced by oil men the most point? over Some alarm Is manifested perfect which have been gotten out 111 Of course Gov. McCrcary Is the for this field. Geologist Gardner has the rumor that tho Congressional TarOne of our exchanges In the rice only Invincible Kentucky Democrat. been at work for this Company, go- iff rippers may take the glove, out belt says that "The Tariff taken off Didn't he recently prove that an ex- ing over their property carefully. of Gloversvllle, N. Y. Des Moines of rice may be a good thing, he don't stake; thence North 80 2 West, ov- travagant Democratic legislature was making several locations, and ar- Capital. . Ntiice. know." He will know later on. Yell Notlce, Is hereby given that onjcr the lands fo said Montgomery 57 In ranging for a prospectus, which is to County (Ark.) Republican. sot responsible, because it was Monday, July 7th. 1&13, the said date ' Poles and 8 links to thc lands of W.-- f There are many interests vitally session while the State offices' were be issued soon. oer being the time on which the regular F Condltt; thence North SO Republicans? What other affected by the new Tariff bill whose beld by Leader Underwood of the Demo term of the Ohio County Court will, the lands of said W. F. Coadltt 73 representatives have not had .a full cratic House ot Democrat in the entire State could Having gotten their hole straight, Representatives Co the old Coleman Fe.-pn slave thought of so powerful an ar- the contractors on the Shaw well at opportunity to state their cases in thinks the great merit of his Tariff be held, the undersigned will petition . POtes gument? the chilling atmosphere of the House bill Is that it will extend trade the Ohio County Court and Judge Rough River now known as the the Sullenger farm, are now making to 'establish a public roadld,tt Ferry, the total, length of said Committee. There should be no' ban abroad. As our exports have grown The Fusion arrangement of the good progress. They have had a se- on these gentlemen when the broad- enormously under the .present law leadlnfg 'from the Knott Ferry Pub- - proposed road being three and oncries of batMuck incidents in connecBull 'Moose and Republicans of -..v-.. VM CVHU IW M WU .V.VIWUH4U Vll tion with the drilling of this well, er and more statesmanlike Senate is his point docs not seem to be quite Rowan county for a joint ticket Rough river, according to tbe meets J. V. MONTGOMERY but the contractors now think the engaged in reconstructing a coun- clear. Perhaps he means that the the county offices could hard-l- y for K. A. CARTER. hoodoo has passed and that they will try's Tariff. Brooklyn Times. Tariff act will send our industries and bounds as follows: be improved upon. The ar"Beginning In thc Knott Ferry J. E. JOHNSON". N soon bring in a gusher aft this point. abroad. Many of them are preparing rangement provides that the Public Road, where H. R, Bennett J. B. MONTGOMERY. In other words, Secretary Rcdficld to go to foreign lands. Troy Times. Moose are to have the County corners in R. C. Taylor's south line; F. J. JENNY. threatens that American manufacturtacoa Caring in Australia. Judge, Sheriff and Jailer, while W. A. JOHNSON. thence In a westerly direction on ers shall be spanked If, finding the -Wonderful progress has been made the Republicans name the balline between R. C. Taylor and Green W. L. JAMES. with the construction of the extensive Tariff medicine bitter, they make a REPUBLICANS FUSE ance of the ticket. To even up A. F. PHILLIPS. River Coal Mining Company, (Incor wry face. Albany Journal. works of the Western District and tilings a little more the candiporated), and over the lands ot R. Z. TOOLEY, Murray Bacon Curing dates are to run on a Bull Moose WITH PROGRESSIVES each 72 poles and G links, to J. B. CASS TOOLEY. A new House will be elected next Co., Ltd., at Footscray, platform and appear on the balnear Mel year, Montgomery's corner; thence In the F. L. RONE. and If the Tariff revisers fall bourne, and it is fully anticipated lots under the "log. cabUj," the same direction on line between J. B. A. F. AKIN. to reduce the cost of living by that .regular Republican device. The that the treatment of farmers' supMontgomery and the Green River W. F. JAMES. time, without impairing the means Hancock County Voters Adopt plies of hogs will be In full swing two committees will pick the canCoal Mining Company and over the J. M. SMITH. of living, their excuses will not be in August. didates to make the race on the lands of each G4 "poles to a stake J. V. MONTGOMERY. GlobeDemo-cra- t. McKinley'sPicture Offices Seeing that the foundations were worth much. St. Louis Fusion ticket. on Grassy Creek; thence around said NATH'N MONTGOMERY The above quotation is from the begun only in February, the comcreek with the old road and over the D. O. STOQNER. Equally Divided. Louisville Times' political writer, and pany is to be congratulated on the lands of J. B. "Montgomery 11 poles HERBERT OGLESBY. A Protective Tariff bill is the red tells of the same arrangement as vigorous policy which is being pur and 13 links to a stake In A. A. W. P. MADDOX. flag 'to the. Tear O.f jr.rty bulls and was made by Ohio County Republic- sued. line; thence In a Northemly J. J. SMILEY. rage is being vented by a near', ans nind Progressives, except the Hawesvillc, Ky., Juno 23. The direction on line between A. A. This Is, no doubt, owing to the their ISAIAH SMILEY. ly total destruction cf Protection to of positions by the commi- fact that the wise men of the west Standpat and the Republican commit' and J. B. Montgomery-anH. H. BUCKLEY. over ttee. This same writer had many have apparently given their English American production und its employ- tees for Hancock county mot here to tho lands of each 11 polou d W, B. SMITH. to a stake mean things to say about us. Wonder expert, Mr. J. E. Prossor, a very free ment of millions ot men and women. day and agreed to fuse for the pur In Bald line; thence In a Westerly diCECIL UZZELL. Okeene (Okla.) Eagle. why this discrimination? poses of tl.o fall election. Neither rection across hand to push forward the enterprise. V. F. CARTER. and over the lands of will go into tho August primary apd A. A. Kverly C pojes to a Btake The main buildings, which are of g H. HOSKINS. Injure or destroy the in Ditch Tax, Assessment Notice. brick, wood, and Iron, will occupy an that will be left entirely to the Dem- tho center of tho old road; thence In compliance with Chapter 'o. 110 business, and sheep will disappear. At a meeting of the Ohio County area of 240 by 240 feet. Everything That will result in a greater scarcity ocrats. Tho divided Republicans will with said old road over tho lands of of tho Acts of General Assembly ' Board of Drainage Commissioners Is deslgnedd and being carried out of food and run up prices. Food is abandon, one 'the log cabin and thc said Everly 109 poles and 15 link Kentucky 1912, I heroby publish the beld at the office of the Clerk of on a solid and extensive scale, which supposed to be more important than other the picture of Roosevelt, and to the lands of E. A. Garter; thence foregoing notice. T. ii. BENTON, the Ohio County Court, on Tuesday, speaks volumes for the faith Vic- rainment to most people. But this place their ticket under the picture with old road over' tho lands cf U. A. GOtt. Hoad Engineer Ohio Co. November 19th., 1912, with S. T. Bar-net- t, torian farm res have in tho venture, makes no difference to the Democratic of McKlnley. They are to divide tho Carter 127 poles to tho lands of J. 1. offices In proportion to the votes Bennett; thence with eajd old president, presiding and S. L. and when completed the premises party. Pittsburgh Gazette-Time- s. roadl feny GtintettaitS. castv last fall which will give the over the lands of Stevens and J. B. Wilson present, promise to be the most in J. l. Bennett 96 LEWIS GRAY BROWN, Hartford, Standpatters offices ot county poles to a sbiko; thonco y,ith there was by orders regularly pass- Australia. Sugar at 3 cents a pound is a good judge, county the left . OSA D. WESLEY route 3 Hartford attorney and county curve over tie lands ot Already some 28,000 shares have ed and entered, a TAX or assessment man without a J. I. Ben- -, MARIE HURT, route 2, Hsrtford. deal dearer to the superintendent and they have already nett, 4 polos to a Btake of TEN per cent levied against each been subscribed for, and tho ener- wage than in A. B. Cart- - TULA C. KING, routo 2. Hartford, it is at 6 cats, ea pound to and all of Uie land owners within getic secretary, Mr. Arch. McKellar, the man who has employment at a slated for these G. W. Newman, J. cr's lire; theuco on line between ' W1LLIU FORD, Horse Branch, the Ditch or Drainage Districts in states that farmers are loyally sup- $1 to 2 wage. Marion (la.) Register. R. Hlgdon and Herman Rice respec ea! 1 Carter and said J. I. Iionnett ' RUBY HEAL FAUGHT Centertown. tively. The other offices are to said County, which Drainage dis- porting the movement. ard ever the tends of each 102 poles DAVID' SMITH, McHenry. the. Progressives and they bittu a:kd 10 links, to J. 1. Bennett. E. A. ' VICTOR tricts- are known and designated in , At a recent meeting ot the newly When we recall the prosperous' (to OLi.En. Fnndavllle. except lor ,'iiikr.' Carter and H. R. slate made-uorders and-. judgements establishing elected board of directors, Mr. times prior to the agitation .op: tbje Bennett'B corner; GAYLB TAYLOR," Hartford. ... the same, in .Ohio County Court Ord- Michael Burke ot AUansford, was Tariff it is not unreasonable to ask-- , There are four candlcutts ftr the """ w,l " roaa on line between RUSSELL EARP. Rosine. place, viz., Henderson Johi.son, John said H. R. Bennett and unanimously elected chairman, and er Books, as follows. J. I. Ben- - BERRY D. WALKER." Hartford. what has been gained? Fibre and Bwihsart, Warren Keown, and Joe f& .nd oer tbe, glands of M. Ward, et al., Ditch or drain-sfj- e that gentleman's popularity among each 37 Douthltt. The selecting ot one of nolMi and- - YflTHhW'- district, The W. C. Knott, et laiiucru, roupiea wun nis oroau pro.k. . .. .... w mv vinivr i COAR ,BNNarrT, Hartford. ' L, ditch or drainage district, The gressive views and untiring energy these will be left to the delegates to Tinkering wiin the Tariff down-w- tbe nominating convention which will a strip ot Und owned by J. E. John - KARL HOOVER; Hartfofd. J, P. Taylor, et al ditch or drainage should materially assist in bringing son lying. betwoeo.the land ot H. R. MYRTIE ASHLEY, R. i, Hartford. or for revenue) only, will nec- be held here on August 9. Tbe slate district, The B. W. Rial, et al., ditch tho enterprise to a successful issue. essarily put the Democratic party on for the other offices is as follows: Bennett and Srrab C Jonney; thence .LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartferd. ' Drainage district. The R. B. It is interesting to note that the w- - muu, juivt fir ivp(iuuf pi msu lien Rap- County Clerk, Ed. N. Lamar; sheriff, nett and Jenny 10 feet on, Xartia, et al., ditch or drainage dis- British Dairy Farmers.' association is the fast train to failure. Cedar When your child has wl each aide (la.) Optimum. Bd. 8. D. of said strip ot land 1C1 poles to' said cough be carefu) to keep tbe cougfc trict &d The M. F. Tlcheoor, et al.,' providing a, special prist for corape- - ids tUtom-at- eLott; assessor, Claude Bowling. EasfcwdaiT-:ehow- , ditch or drainage district Johnson and Jeaoex's -- corner; tbeaice!IoOM na expeatoralkm easy by giv .in tax or ascpss'ment hereby levi- Octoberi among curenF'ja theTeyer-ss- a Think" of 'men who never did more on line between said Johnson" and lag Chamberlain's' Cous4 Remedy as al4 British 'dominions, and 'In view business tan buying tbe family grik - j i Atpalned ankle may as a rule be Jenney tnd over the lands ot each may be required. This remedy '" ed to be uses in defraying expense cleaning put. .repairing and all ot the. success which attended the erlcsT making Tariff laws for tbe cured in fritsa three to four days by 63 poles and1 16" links to J. Y Moat-I1- 0 of UQUlfy tbe tough mucus and ' piceeaary to the experimental shipments . fo bacon great, industries of the country! W otber incidental applying Chamberlain's Liniment and gomery's line; tesoe on line between make. H easier to. expectorate. .It bas of said ditches, drains or made from Australia last ysar. It is tertown (N. Y.) Standard. many observing tbe directions with each said Johnsoa and .Montgomery, and been used successfully-i- n WU 6burMt' within said, drainage hoped that the commonwealth will be tad Is aafe and sure. For sal over, tbc'tataui ot each CO paler to a 'by The thread Manufacturers ot tbbi bottle. For sal by tii weaers. i4ttriots, and Jthe. said Tax or as-- 1 worthily represented. Farm Journal. adeeJw. Hertford Republican. I J NEWSPAPERS I COOL UNDERWEAR ! Our assortment of Ladies' Sum ir S tg. I Free-Trad- e. .N.- - nouh mer Underwear is quite varied and complete. You certainly can be pleased here in your summer underwear. We have seperate Vests, seperate Pants and Union S X S ti r Free-Trade- I Suits. K OUR LINE I ( of Men's and Boys' Underwear - ! ( I I er Wilson-Underwo- Short Sleeve Shirts.knee length Drawers, long sleeve Shirts and ankle length Drawers. UNION SUITS, short sleeves and knee length. UNION SUITS, long sleeves and ankle length. MUSLIN Gowns, Night Shirts, Corset Covers and Under Skirts. Prices and quality of every garment on a perfect balance. can't be excelled. J w 5 g g leg-iron- S LP. Barnes & Bro. I BEAVER DAM, KY. j C y 1- Coh-there- of ' -- -- Kv-erl- Ev-cr- ly wool-raisin- f m f I. pk .'..'' 1 3 I d, ., . .'.. us-kee- p- ea JMr-- " r"-- ' ... y r " 'iiibi'iiiiiiiKIIi i tfrni mi- - -- wnr-r,e What Is called by many fans the best game played here was staged at East End Park Wednesday afternoon of this week when Hart ford and Habit, of Daviess county, entertained the fans for one hour and forty minutes In fast ball' plavlng. - -Barnett and Thome were on the i Green's Nebraska Indian baseball points for the locals and Johnson and you aro after Good Feed como to If team v. Ill battle with the Hartford H. Coons were In same position for my store. Don't bo satisfied with team at Hartford ball park on Satvisitors. Barnett did good work, second or third rate stuff when tho urday, July 5. The Nebraska In- the In the first part of the gaine did best dian baseball team was organized but not have the best control of his balls, by Guy W. Green In 1897 and Is FEED game progressed he warmnow managed by Beltzer Bros., of but as the up and put several twisters that Is obtainable at ordinary prices. Car Lincoln, Neb. The team is compos- ed could not be struck at all by the loads of Hay, Corn, Alfalfa feeds and ed of three white bojs and ten full scoring Oats are received every fow days, and who are selected batters. Habit started the blood aborigines stunt In the second when Welch and all of It Is of tho highest quality of MID-SUMMEfrdm the different tribes on the They did Its kind. Whatever the grado of goods R plains and reservations C. Coots each made a run. western the' low not score again until fifth when H. needed, that grado Is here at such as the Sioux, Arapahoes,' brought one in, and that was est prices. Coons and Fox and Sac. the grand final of their scoring. Mr. Samuel Morton died at his Hartford was without a single score residence near Equality sometime last until the fifth when Little Green The Produce Merchant Friday night. He had been as well as scored, and ho was followed In the HARTFORD,' - KENTUCKY No doubt you arc now ready to change usual and went fishing the day be- sixth by a score from King. No scores fore. Upon rising at 4:30 Saturday In the seventh. Rlckard scored In lrom a Spring Hat to one for morning his wife found him dead. Fu- tho eighth and Barnett made a groat Unfortunately the game Tvas marred exwear. We are prepared to show you the neral and burial services were con- slide at home and brought in another by heated discussions at various act styles you are looking for and at a price ducted by the Masonic fraternity, of score. The visitors were all young fel- times over decisions of Umpire Ad- &ev-erwhich he had been a member for lows, and. good chaps, too. They dington. In the eighth E. Bamett that will interest you. Besides, we have forty-fiv- e years. The remains wrere never quibbled a time about any de- was put on first for Hunter, and styles in spring styles that we are now sixty-nin- e 43t4 interred in the Centertown cemetery cision, took their medicine in good that caused a wrangle on tho part ot (.09). closing out. We would advise you to conMiss Leila Glenn left Thursday at 11 o'clock Sunday morning in the humor, and with alj this they were the visitors, who did not want any Ky., where she presence of a large crowd of friends. swift ball players. Pitcher Johnson player, to go Into the game for one for Jefiersontown, sult with Mrs. Sara Collins Smith as to your was one of the hottest twlrlcrathat who would necessarily have to drop will be the guest of Miss Mildred Mr. Morton was In his sixty-sixt- h needs. She will be glad to assist you in every years ago was has been on the diamond here this out. Barnett, however, was allowed Elgin. She was accompanied by vear and forty-thre- e married to Miss Susan Smith. He year, and for many innings he had to run. according to rules, and made little Mary Virginia Elgin. way possible. leaves, besides his wife, one daughter, the Hartford bunch fooled on his a run on an Infield blnglo by Thorpe. Mr. George Whoberry, of LouisT. R. Barnard, Hartford: three drops. When Hartford went to bat In the Also see us for Sheer Wash Fabrics, in fact ville, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ' THE SCORE. ninth Green was walked and stole of Palo sons, Ross Morton, Central City; Mrs. Cicero Whoberry, apparel that would have anything in wearing Eauallty: and Vic Innings 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E second; Taylor folowed with a dandy neighborhood, for about ten days, John Morton. 5 Morton, at home; two brothers, L. C. Hartford a tendency to make you comfortable. Don't 00001102 x 1 3 7 sincle to left field and Green took returned home last Wednesday. 6 Morton, Centertown; Kfcnard Morton, Habit third; Rlckard hit a hot one to sec 02001000 remember that forget this and WANTKI Several cars of new of Texas; and one sister, Mrs. Mol-H- e ond, scoring Green, and Taylor was you have any for sale, Wheat. If A Smith, Muhlenberg county. Ohio Dut out between first and second. Tho, Game In a Nutshell W. E. ELLIS, call on county has lost one of Its best and Stolen Bases Green 3; Taylor & Centerfielder Barnett put a beauty YOU MONEY. Merchant, Produce most substantial citizens, and the King 2. : to the fence, on extreme Tight, near Hartford, Ky. f,0t4 family has the deep sympathy of Sacrifice Hits King, Rosenblatt. foul line, for two bases and took JuBt try one sack of Arab Horse everyone In their bereavement. Three base hits Barnett. third on throw In, Rlckard scoring. Feed and be convinced that it is Hit by pitched ball H. Coons, Kirk At this stage of the game Umpire Ad- the cheapest and best feed on the Women Who Shouldn't Marry, Green, Barnett. dlngton was only umpiring the base W. E. ELLIS, market. Bases-oBalls off Barnett-- 5, off running, and he took it upon himself The woman who buys for the mere Produce Merchant, Johnson 2. to call "Barnett's ball a foul, which pleasure of buying. Hartford, Ky. 50t4 Struck out by. Barnett 7; by John- decision was clearly left to Umpire The woman who expects to have jfallflNll . . . .! 1l4if1a aire, rh . . .inuwi son 11. " wb "a eood.- easy time." Collins. Another argument resulted, iwuen . . ter. wannie Le. oi nenucn,... Left on Bases Hartford, 6;. Hab and Equality refused to finish the -- -- " y- Laura Klrtz StiUi, of Oecellan. Ky., game, which by this act, according it 7. -- " " Misses Lillian Tlchenor and J2va ,""""-? woud rather die Hits-of-f Barnett 6, oft Johnson 3. to rules, made the score 9 to 0 in woman who Nance of McHenry. were the guests. 'thnn ntnnii n lna( annafVn'il tin Double plays Kirk to Coots, Rlck favor of Hartford. nnrt Mra. James Nance last """.!""-""'"'-" "" f Mr t THE LINE-U. ard to Robertson. .Thewaman who. expects a declara- - Time" of game, one hour and forty week A. Everly, as. Green, rf. i.jiJtlon'ot love three times a day ; ilr. Sidney .Williams, of Luzerne, Mr. John W. Marks, railroad B. Barnard, 3di 'minutes. Taylor, ss. The woman wno nsrries in order Ky., Is visiting' his 'parents, Mr. and, E. Brawn, Cf. Umpire, R. T. Collins. Rlckard, p. engineer, who for the past twelve to have some one to pay her bills. ' Mrs. A. J. Williams. A. Barnett, cf. I Brown, lb. months has been engaged on railThe woman who reads novels and Mr. T. S. Marks, who suffered a road construction work at Cape Hay-UeR. Addlngton, FRIDAY. JUNE27. King, lb. , THE LINE-Udreams of being a duchess or a severe paralytic stroke several week E. Wlthrow, rf.. Haytl, arrived homo recently, countess. Thomas, If. Habit. Hartford. since, is Improving nicely. H. Everly, 2L . spend Borne time here with Thorpe, 3d & c. and will H. Coons, c. Green, rf. The woman who thinks she can M. B. ft E. l&ilrotd Time Table Any girl or boy in Ohio county J. Barnard, If. Turley, c & 3d. parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. get Hite, ss. Taylor, ss. fis 5,000 worth of style out of S 1,000 N. Wlthrow, p. Robertson, 2d. B. Coons, If. not over 16 years old may become a Marks. Rlckard, 3d. at Hartford, Ky. income. J. Brown, Sub. Hunter, 1st. ' controversy candidate in our Pony Contest. Welch, 2d. p. "While there Is much The woman who does not" know Barnett, N. time curd effective Monday L. E. Barnett, 1st. Coots, 1st. sale or exchange, nice mare about the new Tariff bill in this how many pennies, nickels and dimes King, 1st. For " ". Aug. 21st. . The score: Harrison, cf. Thomas, If. country, there Is no doubt whatever gcrto,anake,a dollar. Dr. J. S. BEAN, i and coit. v ft R H E Innings North" Bound due 7:19 a. m. v 12346678 Olato'n, Ky. Klrke, 3d. No. 112 about how It Is regarded abroad. 4St3. The woman who proudly declares Thorpe, c. A5 Hartford 00000001 dally except Sunday. Hicks, rf. Joy cf. ou go away on your vaca- Every foreign nation halls with that she can not even hem a pocket Rosenblatt, 2d. When 73 Equality p. p. m. 00200000 Johnson, of the bars along handkerchief and never made up her Robertson, No. 114 North Bound' due 1:15 tion his summer, let The Hartford the taking down except Sunday. .Hunter, E. Barnett. Wellsboro (Pa.) bed in her life. dally American shores. Republican follow you. The Summary No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. The woman who cares more for the Shetland Agitator." By a little work Stolen bases E. Wlthrow, 3; J. Robertson was in the game all the dally except Sunday. Rough River Lodge No. 1,10 K. of the style of her spring suit than Pony, harness and buggy will belong a great Barnard, Green, E. Barnett. time Wednesday and made IP. of Hartford held an Interesting she cares for the health and comfort No. 113 South Bound due 1:4C p. m. to some Ohio county girl or boy. Two-bas- e hits L Brown, Green, A. catch, causing the sides except Sunday. meeting Tuesday night and transact of her children. dally Barnett. Buy your Kodak and Supplies from x The woman who does not cat break to change. ed much business and eleoted of ,H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. U. S. FAUGHT, Hits Off Rlckard, 7; off Wlth ficers for tho ensuing term, begln-nln- e fast with her husband, but has It Centertown, Ky. row, 4. In making a slide at July 1. as follows: C. C James brought up to her room. 48tf Struck out By Rlckard, 7; Wlth Ask for Catalogue. bruised himself pretty badly and In John W. Taylor; Pre Who wants the bicycle T suffering from it, and row 8. of Cold- - Lyons; V.'C the ninth was Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Render, late McD. A. Fogle. M. of A. W. Base on balls Off Wlthrow, 1. Rlckard went Into the box and finishwater, Tenn., are the guests of Mr. W. Riley; I. G. Jesse Hoover; O. G. Who wants the Shetland Pony? Assists Hartford, 14; Equality, 10. game. ot Centertown. . ed tho ' Aivin Rnwe. W. H. Gillespie. Mill Co., has River sand Sacrifice hits Hartford, 2. Hartford mim Nancy Kins and Martlne tf. Left on bases Hartford, 2; Equalto sell. S. W. Leach, of route 3, BeavSir. The boys from Habit were loud Ward will leave Saturday for Owcandi6. is announced as a I have Hay for sale. In their praise for the the work of ity. ensboro to visit relatives and friends. er Dam, Double plays Green to King; RobMARTIN, Hartford, Ky. for the Republican nomination R. B. 33tt Umpire R. T. Collins. Both teams the liveryman, date Mr. Freii Cooper, BeavKing. played ball from start to finish and ertson to Help some girl or boy win the tine will leave In a fow days for Dawson for Justice ot the Peace In the District. Mr. Dam Magisterial game was er tho wrangling of Saturday's Shetland Pony and outfit. Springs waere he will spend a month Leach served as Assessor of Ohio At East End park Saturday afternoon missing, much to the joy of all. Mss Verna" DukeTreturned home or more. at Hartford the colored teams of county some years ago, and made a Saturday from Owensboro, Irvlngton will have a Mr. A. E. Pate, manager of tho sDlendld official and kopt his books J. Ciller, the local Spalding man. Hartford and teams are determined Miss Lynn, of Earllngton. visited Hartford exchange of the Farmers' In good shape. He has a large host big game. Both had offered a splendid bat to the Miss Nancy Ford last week. good game and much Mutual Telephone Co., was In Dundee of friends who will welcome his Hartford player who did the best play- to win, and a pleas- - on business Monday. Capt. S. K. Cox, city, was a game, Umpire amusement are assured. The grand ing In Wednesday's reserved for the whites. Mn Charles Rocers and daugh ant calleer at this office yeswraay Collins to be the Judge. There was stand will be In our announcement column will arrived handing the pill The line up will br as folows: Hartlarge bars of Laundry Soap for 'ter, Dorathy, of Elkton, Six no hesitation about joe found the card of Esq. W. 8. 1st.; Taylor, 2d.; J. Wednesday to be the guests of her Dean, R. U DEVER A? COS 24 cents at driver over to Robertson,', but Mr. fordMurray, of Dundee, who last ween an Coons, rf.; Cox. Republi- parents, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. should also have Taylor. 3d.; Griffin, as.; (lor thought Barnett The prizes given in The nounced for the Republican nomina Moseley, cf.; Tolbert, If.; S. coon's eighth, so presented them both their can's contest are well worth work Plenty ot Seed Peas, Cane Seed tion for Justice of tho Peace in ine Irving-to- n In the p.; Hlnes, c; Lem Coons, eub. hat tnr Mb three-baecing for. Tona Silver Mine Seed Com, Sulphur Springs Magisterial District. and Claycomb. iBt; Dehaven, 2d.; splendid line. JusVooened. new barrel of Jumbo, and also a general line of feed stuff Esq. Dean has been well aai favor- IS OUE CONSTANT AIM. choice of his BelJ, ss.; Cleaver, 3rd.; Lyons, If.; W known for saany R. L. DEVER ft CO. at abf Pickles flnel O. Lyon6r cf.; Jolly, rf.; Lewis, p.; "W1 Hartford will play against Taylor county,' and served; ate SON. W. H. MOORB 48t2. Mrs. R. E. Lee Slmmerraan left DON'T DODGE! Mines at that place Sunday. This Miller, c ' for Dawson as a meMr of tae ferte legislaafternoon Miss Mary Stewart, of Beaver Dam, Monday way friends and will Our excellent Bread, Light Is the opening day or the Taylor The Kreatest battle that has ever She was accompanied by ture, H has teaching music In Cromwell far a Springs. Mines ball park, and since (Hartford Is Charles; be a siren eaaaiwe. twwn foinrht In the sMKOrx. ot the Mrs. George Bridges, of fevj weeks. ,.,., McHenry, and Rolls, Brown Buns,- - Fjreeh last their first game to Taylor Mines Redmea next- - to the famous Custer Mlas Bra Nance, of Mo. ton, j Home Made it is expected there will, be a large battle will be pulled aft with the Copies of The Republican will be . Mr. A. M. Ktnkead, ot Cecellan, Ky., Doughnuts, Mflttva Duke and Luclle mim. see the performance. Pony resi- Pies', marriage at the sent to all contestant la the Hartford Base Ball team at Bast una JCak&, . Coqkies, Jelly crowd to Plitle retched- - home, Monday afteM were united in . Contest. dence ot.Mr,jand MwJamas.Nanpe,! 'Rll,-riit8,HfcoEausJlty ulavedi their second game part, Hartford, on 'Sat. .July 6. when ,V &c..a: Hartford, at 1 o'clock' Saturday aft" from surely' be against Hartford here last Saturday IbetNefirask Indlau.'selaeUd TJi' hardest werker will our Pony been the guests of Miss Martha eraoon, iae ceramoay being performthe westers plains haadsoinely counted the best players-orewarded afternoon, and H had' been'' ta. Thomas. Hit. Will ' ed by the Rev. E. B. English, of the and reservations combat .wHh the by everyone 'that 'this "would be Contest , , compos- Mrs. Jennie Miller" left Saturday First Baptist Church,. The wedding If You'll was 'universally Hartford team- - The team ts fine game, since it Mrs. French Vlckers and Duraat. Okla., where- she was march was played by Miss LULUn ad ot thirteen man of which ten are Hertford aad Kauallty ter, of Owensboro, are visiting called t0 tae bedside of her tight for Ticheaor. Soon alter the ceremony Ice Cream Served Every Sunday mimii ikif teams' in (he county full blood aborigines who ansae ag ware .tbje best ; , '.. ' , er, Mr. George Short, who Is dan- - the happy couple left for a bridal trip friends here. victory la a gme with the w lUOkara ana Toorpe were '' genaUslr iH. T to Loukjville' and' other polate. after sameness aa tawr coresaui-eMlM J.BDlte lyewBO.'haKBeea . 'Hartford,' and ' RayAdalagtoa and gressive - .J re- they will be at home la Cen did oa the'rvUleslB.Ahaveartjr tune Pasture Dairy Feed has the which tho guest of Mrs. 'Jennie Miller, ' It was Wlthrow tor Equality. town , . turned pome days. riuay. , reputation ot being the best milk tral. City. Those from out of were: HARTFORD BAKERY Nah remarkable that the home team 'did witnessed the. ceremony H who eighth butter producing 'eed ot and car net begin scoring until the Mrs. Laura Stltb, ofCsoellaa; Mrs. Alfalfa feeds. For sale'by tnnlnr. whli Bcuallly had made-twW. O. SdiletaDier, Prop. TvsMftt.U yoa.aavo any for. sale, bntort Nance and" MkOe dawiaW. ' "W. E. ELLIS, ILCTf NCR'S W; 1. BLL18, ruas la tatf third and one in the a Nannie JUe, of Hendesaon. aad Wm HARTFORD, Merchant. Ky. ninths andJUrtfordwo In the atnfth. -0 Produce II . Produce MiwfcM.t. " --.rr Httftord, book-kcer,cr -- MILLINERY Mid-Summal Plenty of Stock Peas and German Millet on hand now. LIKENS & ACTON, Hartford, Ky. 41lf Dr. Ivan Rcnfrowo7 Denver, Colo'., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Renfrow, of near Sunnydale. T. H. Benton. County "noad En gineer, will be found at the office of County Judge Wedding on Monday 43t8 of each week. The LouUvllle Weekly Herald and The Hartford Republican, one year each, for $1.35. Send all orders' to The Republican, Hartford, Ky. S2tf 1 have, at my stand on the Hartford nnd Lletchfleld road, a complete Hn of Groceries and Dry Goods. W. J. MILLER. Just received a carload of woven wire fencing and barbed wire. Prices right. LIKENS & ACTON, Hartford, Ky. 48tf. ou want the best in cured If meats or lard call on Moore & Son. Premium Swift's They handle gcods. "Premium" is the mark of 50tf quality. Williams returned Mon-da- y Mrs. Hooker from Owensboro, where she had been under treatment for some time. She Is much better and getting along splendidly. When In need of anything In staple or fancy groceries, meats, stock and chicken feed call J. D. Ralph's grocery, Hartford. 'Farmers' 'phone No. Miss Arbje Drown, of Centertown,! will lcae Saturday .for Columbia, Adair county, Ky., where she will visit Miss Pearl Hlndman for several ' AFTER GOOD FEED Baseball Dope. days. formerly resided here, but for ast several months has been In the employ of the Cumberland Telephone Co., as at Louisville, has been quite 111 fo" several davs and her Ill ness has grown Into apiendl;ltls and an operation will be made Saturday at the Norton Infirmary, where she was taken Thursday. Miss Gladys Duke, who tfek, v?,f. j Wln-nebag- es W. E. ELLIS TO TRADE WITH THAT SAVES IT PAYS HOUSE 03 JLfflSGb n 1 ,..., " ! ". P. Hartford Republican. n, P. -- c 23 13 one-hand- home-Barne- '..J ti To Malt You A Cuslomor er t 9l -- Mat auB'for Permit. 'a eury nr ,' 48U. '.' VW ; Kjf 5vt4- - ,v'.: Kjr, 'ltwvW5u ' sw T' X'- v OMldrii Cry Fit A "TO A Wnw ? ' wj "J y '' wt HTM . " .i ii m iffi; ; "mSpTVSfimjBm pftmmnii .IW r - i jjhijw) !'!'; mi -.- 11 j. JfllW '"T-TT- (, mtrgfm J,t,u Ml jpwffayyjgetfj Jp s-anijiiiwiuttMimiii'aw.iwi.wq'T . IT r- - ... ' 't"" ''" ' "'" ' "" tw "7 l W'H? " ""." i""""-aai ruiim iniinin .M.HI.irMlllf -- mi ii .,.! '5 mm j38S5SBS 1? It upon Ohio Covinty lOTtti, 'platform, should ho bo selected by OUR ADVOCATE Ulrkhoad, T. Question Arises at to Advisability of Circuit First. Wc endorse all tbo steps, tho pcoplo in tho final election, Is Judge; Ben Court Rlngo, P. Attorney; W. D. Making Any Preparation of which have been taken by tho Coun- - Instructed and pledged to vote for P. MldMff, Jailer; K. U. Barrass, FATHER WITH THE the Soil. ty Republican and Progressive Exec- tho following laws: Clerk; E. E. Birkhcad, Master ComA measure embodying tho Initia- missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee uncertain utive Committees, leading up to nnd Oats has been such an Jury Fund: T. H. Black, Sheriff, crop In many of the western states, including tho call for this conven- tive and referendum. S. O. Kcown, platform upon. Tho recoil for all State, District llnrtford. Deputies Jones, Route 6, formulate the best crop being from a field Beaer Dam; G. P. Nt Approach to God Except by oftenwas sown broadcast and scratched Hon tocandidates forathe various coun- - and County officials. that which Hartford; W. C. Earp, Roslno. Court In any old way, that a question has ty offices and member of tho House An amendment to the Primary convenes first Monday In February Pastor Russell. lisus, Says been raised among farmers as to the 'of Representatives nro to appeal to Election Law, providing for tho elec- and continues three weckB; third advisability of making any prepara- voters of Ohio county for support nt tion of delegates to National conven- .Monday In April, two weeks; third Monday in October two weeks. tion of the soil other than getting the tho coming November election, under tions, and for the selection of all County Court 11. R. Wedding, Man Needi God Not. In Affliction seed scattered and enough soil worked tho Republican party committeemen. emblem, believing Judge; W. S. TInsley, Clerk; 0. E. Merely Alio to Perfect Joy Many up to cover them. Court Hartford. An nmendnient to tho Primary Elcc Smith, Attorney, In some sections this lack of tho that it is best for thoso who may BroRepelled by Erroneou Creed that where convenes first .Monday In each General Primary to know what lion Law, providing proper preparation Is the rulo rather Wounded Heart. than the exception. A great many may be expected of them In advance, thcr Is only one candidate of nny month. Heart ken Quarterly Court Begins on tho e Yearning Heart The Qopel sow the seed among corn stalks and and fair to tho pcoplo of the county party nt tho close of tho tlmo limit, fourth Monday In February, May, I to Such It Speak Peace. disc or cover with tho cultivator, har- to know just where their candidates tho selection may ho mado through August and November. ' Reconciliation Joy of rowing afterward. Newne Court of Claims Convenes first stand, upon all questions of public that party's committee. In some cases this plan, has proTuesday in January and first TuesLife Chrittlan God Ambaadors. An amendment to tho Election Lnv day In duced good crops, but from my obser- Interest. October. to have Second. We favor rigid economy permitting any candidate Vnncouvcr, B. C, vation and experience the best crops aHEiiSkiiSS Other County Officers C. S. Mox-le22. Our city of oats are grown on land that has in tho conduct of all the business the benefit of the votes of all parties June Survejor, Fordsvlllc, Ky It. Is onco more honbeen well broken either In the fall or of the county to tho end that tax- which may support his candidacy by F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Asses ored by a visit the early spring and the oats drilled es may be reduced to tho lowest pos- having his name placed under more sor, Hartford, Ky., R. F. D. No. --'; Henry Leach, Superintendent, llnrtfrom Pastor Uus-sel- l. In at the rate of two bushels to the sible rate, realizing that we are bur- than ono device upon the ballot. ford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, llnrtWo report aero. high taxes, by tho present The repeal of tho odious registra- ford. dened ono of bis addressWhen seed are put in in this way JUSTICES' COURTS. tion certificate law, which In every es, on n topic of there Is no trusting to a rain to finish State, county and town. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday Third. As a matter of economy election has made easy tho corrupvital Interest to covering them and they will begin to erarBBfcL? " Tuesday after 3rd Monday In HaVSMYaSSl thoughtful people germinate at once. The seed are all and In tho Interest of a better tion of the ballot wherever certifi- after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Tuesday June, kaaaaaaaVV-aaaHow may sin- put In the ground to the same depth, business system, we favor placing the cates are required. after 3rd Monday in September, Tuesners come Into re- resulting In an even stand. A measure prohibiting the use of day after 3rd Mondny in December. Fiscal affairs of the county In the lationship with John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday When the Beed are sown on top and hands of a commission to bo com- money, with which to corrupt votQod? Ills text cultivated or disced in some will be posed of three persons to bo chos- ers, and dlsinfranchlslng any one after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday In June. Friday was, "We have an covered deep and in some cases shal- en by the voters from tho county at who may sell or buy votes. Monday In September, after 3rd Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ low or not at all. Tho birds will get large; believing A corrupt practice act. Friday after 3rd Monday in De that the finances the Righteous." 1 John 2:1. some of them or in a few weeks of of cember. Workman's compensation law. tho county can better bo bandied ImnrpssK-flthe Pastor reminded us dry weather they will not sprout at O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday A measure placing our penal Instituby a smaller number of men, who .lm. I..m .ilt.. la rr AiinatlflAf A1 fl Q tn ' once. after 3rd Monday In March, Wed a nonpar- nesday arter 3rd Monday In June, can be chosen entirely with their tions under control of God nnd for have a longing for If a hard rain comes while covering nperbuman care and guidance, es- and before the harrow has been run business quallflcatons In view. Un- tisan commission. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In SepHe de- over the ground It caa never be der this arrangement the offee of tember, Wednesday aflei 3iu Mon pecially In life's difficulties. Repeal of the hunter's tax. day in December. clared that, phrenologlcally, venera- smoothed so that a binder can be run Justice of the Peace would not be Repeal of the dog tax. John H. .Miles. Rockport. Friday tion and spirituality 'are located In the over It with comfort to the driver. detracted from, but Its powers for Abolishment of many needless of- - after 3rd Monday vt March, Fricay crown of the head, as though they or- - flees created by tho last session of maintenance of after 3rd Monday In June. Friday properly should dominate the entire GIANT THUYA GAINING FAVOR uscfulness in the after 3rd Monday In September, Fri der In the various magisterial dls- -' the legislature. being. Notwithstanding the Impair j A mcasuro reforming the taxing day alter 3rd Mondny in December. trlcts would be far greater. ment of our race through the fall of J. C. Jackson. Ccntcrtown. Sat "?.d Tr"";Pant office of county as- - system of the State which will place urday after 3rd Monday worships, however Fou"d EaA,,er Fourth. Tho Gro? nan. humanity still in March, Any sessor should be abolished, and the . the burdens of taxation where they Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, much misled Into worshiping unworthAny Soil. ily an image, an Idol, a creed, another of that official performed by properly belong, instead of upon the Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sepduties Vitman tinfnr . t t rTT BrnT men chosen by the County Board of men who onn small homes nnd visl- - tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday vtj """""Pastor showed conclusively from i ' in December. The Commlssloners, for each magisterial i ble property, not easily evaded in the M. C. Cook, Rcnfrow. Tuesday af , ,nfonof thog district. tho Bible that Satan, man's great ene-- 1 , h assessment. ter 2nd Monday In March. Tuesday has in various ways arlemptjed to,. ,ntere8ted n conlfer8 W. found Fifth. The people of Ohio county A law giving he people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday In .May, Tuesday separate us from God and the Bible, easier to raise and easier to transwe equal advantages with those of the after 3rd Monday In August, Tuestfc darken our un- deserves better roads and and proportionately plant than any other conifer. It will pledge the candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the day after 2nd .Monday in November. , nlmnq. nnv Bnii -- . in ,,.,, iwj uumuu , uemiuuu.ub- Thomas Olaton, WednesT "tf -.! ,." hnt,nmB-- nnrt nn-- . - ,,. nnlto. nominated upon this platform if elect railroads to glc us tho benefit of 2 day nftcr Sanders,second Monday In treeua, ..n..tIAHH .u t.A 11nV.f n ..bu.. u.eisuuuua. the our wonuerrui day, nowever, uoas and seems equally Indifferent to wind, ed, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate. March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday time has come for binding Satan and damp and spring frosts. There is no to Inaugurate a system which shall Upon all other matters not specl-hrln- g In .May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August. Wednesday after 2nd .Mon liberating bis prisoners. reason why this tree should not be about this desired end In the'ficaiiy mentioned herein, our day In November. sold in nurseries at the price of Here We Meet a Danger. and best possible way. date Is directed to voto In the Interest Grant Tollard. Fordsvlllc. Tuesday ' Sixth. We pledge our hearty bup- - 0f progress, and for the general wel-po- after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs- The moment we begin to exercise spruce, unless It is the absence of a regular demand, for It can be got to uay alter 2nd .Monday In .May, Thursour reason, the Adversary seems to In behalf of every effort to Im- - fare 0f a 'QUr 1(COpie. redouble his energies to hold us ' the proper size for planting In two prove our schools, for better build-- ) upon this declaration of principles day after 3rd .Monday In August. Thursday after 2nd Monday in No back from the truth. As St." Taut years' less time. Tho tree seeds Itself lugs, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of this convention vember. points out. Satan Is an adept at put- - In sandy soil, agriculture for every hlRh ' ,,ie(ig0 their hearty support to the J. L. Tatton, Ralph, Friday after In a visit to England a few years a course In ting "light for darkness nnd darkness expert-- 1 candidates who may bo nominated nd Monday in March. Friday nfter lor llcht" When his dupes begin to ago, i saw a plantation or muya ana school,- and an agricultural Jat the general primary electlon.flrst 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd think nnd inquire, his method seems larch planted In poor clay over chalk, ment farm located In the county. Seventh. Our sympathies arc with Saturday In August next, under the .Monjiay in August, Friday utter, 2nd be to pose as a reformer, to mis- nnd the Thuya had completely outto Monday in November. to Log Cabin, for the various offices to farmers in their efforts lead them Into theories, speculation, or stepped the larch. Another Instance, the HARTFORD ?OLICE COURT. , bo voted for In Ohio couuty at the C. M. Crowe. Juduu: John M. Wil Into occult systems. Thus many today, obtain better prices for their pro-son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens. the Pastor declared, have stepped out ducts, and especially do we sym coming November election. .uarsuai ; Court convenes second .Mon of Ignorance nnd superstition merely to pathize with the tobacco growers of Respectfully submitted, day In each month. po entrapped by other superstitions, or Ohio county and pledge them our City Council J. H. Williams. .May A. D. KIRK. by Agnosticism, Evolution, Higher or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. Thom support in their efforts to maintain M. L. HEAVRIN. Criticism. He urged his bearers to as, 'treasurer. Members of Council they whereby organization, an hold fast the Word of God. J. A. LEACH, Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor, J. II. may secure a Just reward tor the toll the trend of The Pastor declared S. L. STEVENS, B. Carson, E. P. .Moore, Fred Cooper, given by them to the production modern thought to be away from tho W. J. Beau. V. R. EDGE, Bible, from thought of personal sin, of this crop. We realize that the School Trustees Dr. E. 11. Pendle II. L. CARTER. personal condemnation, a personal ton, Chnirman; W. II. Barnes, Secrestruggle Is an unequal one and if necCommittee. tary; Dr. .1. W. Taylor. W. S. Tinslov nnd personal snlvutlou. Tho essary, we pledge them our support tendency Is to think of and discuss civIt would surprlso you to know of and J. D. Duke. to secure Government aid In main ic righteousness, outward moralities, REL1GIOPS SERVICES. taining public warehouses, through tho great good that Is being dono by M. political progress a social salvation, Chafiiberlntn's Tablets. Darius Down- morningE. andChurch. South Services which they may hold their tobacco un evening every first and to be accomplished by moral and Inteltil tho buyers see fit to accord them ey, of Xewbcrg Junction, N. B., third Sunday In each month. Sunlectual forces. The Pastor would not ".My wife lias been using day school o'Mu a. m. Prayer meetwrites, be understood as opposing any humanfair treatment. Tablets and finds ing every Wednesday coniiig. Row itarian work. Ho declared that even twelve Chamberlain's Eighth. During the last Savllle, pastor. unwise efforts prove bcnutlclnl to Hielr them very effectual and doing her months the county has been Imliaptlst Church Services inornliif? movers, even though failures In themtrou-bl- o and cenlng every second and fourth poverished and actual suffering lias lots of good." If you have any on the principle that no man selves, with your stomach or bowels give Sunday In each month. Sunday school been brought about among the coal can attempt a good work for another 9M3 a. in. Prayer meeting overy Wed- on account of slack work, them a trial. For sale by all dealers. miners ncsuay evening, iicv. English, pnstor. without being himself blessed. charged, to the failure of the railroad Say, Mr. Business man; do you Christian Church Services evnrv A Beautiful Specimen. A Personal God and Savior. to furnish sufficient cars. In order need any printing done? If you do fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7. p. The Pastor then showed that modern In a plantation of evil may' bo remedied wo let us do It for jou. Wo can print in, omnium buiiuui y;ju a. in. r.iuer w. education has not only undermined tho Thuya, DouglaB fir and larch, on farlly that this B. Wright pastor. pledge our candidate for member of your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill Word of God.'but has In many instances good soil tho Thuya had grown two feet Cuinberlund Presbyterian Church supHeads, Statements, Bills, Typewrit- auniay scnool overy Sunday at 9:45 destroyed fnlth In n perbonal Creator, per annum, and pretty well hold Its own the House of Representatives to and abolished the thought of the soul's . with tho Douelas. thnueh on a rIaah port a measure enlarging tho powers ten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES, Commission etc., and print them right at right need of n personal Savior. In the Bib-- 1 hill about 500 feet In altitude it was of the State Rallror. I ileal sense. Hence many pose as Chris being suppressed. Here then is a and making It tho dut of said Com- prices. Try us with your next order. M.llnrtford Lodgo No. 075. F. ami A. meets every first tlans and declare their faith In a "god rival to tho' Douglas In rapid growth, mission to require n'l i.illioads to Call at Tho Republican office 32tf. In each month. M. L.Monday night Hcavrln, W. may be. and tho lumber Is acclaimed as furnish a sufficient i uiu'.cr of cars, of Nature" whatever that ai.; uwen Hunter, secretary. Similarly, their highest conception is superior to that of tho best larch, and Hartford Chapter No. SI 0. E. S up discrimination, to ha.iulc that Jesus was n great Teacher, with preferable to larch for planking and without meets every socond nnd fourth Man. output of coal promptly, that the en uplifting, civilizing message. BOOKKEEPING day ovenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, fencing, so, apparently decided on All this Is unsatisfactory to a hungry rivaling tue Douglas in qaulity. Furttt miners may have steady work, and ""P"'prnuHuyrpny w. M.; Jas. II. Williams. W. n.; linjf-A- .J T. I VMHHWI eoul-m- ero chaff. Wo need to get back ; er the adaptability of tho treo to soils wo also pledge our supiort lor any Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. mr to the Bible. Wo need the Bible prcs and Its power of resisting cold and other wlso measure, having for its TELEGRAPHY Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights cntatlon that God can linvo no. sympa- storms are greater than those of the object relief from this Intolerable sit WILIURfUft mMl!L"SPOU?lE ui meets every Tuesday even thy with sin, nnd no dealings with sin- Douglas. III Prcildent hn yer of xprlnce la mtrctiitlla ing, w. t Anderson, c. O.; J. Noy uation. and banking builnm, alio Jl MtarMIng 10,0X1 ners, in the way of recognizing them, Foster, K. of It. & S. Ninth. We condemn the present toudc rnrn inn women for rln giving them everlasting life, etc. LUmiWILHCB H. HniU,iM.tmitim,U,: Hartford Tent No. 99, K. 0. T. M. For a 8uccelon. Democratic administration of KenWe need also to see something of meets overy first and third Thursday Do not forget and plant the whole tucky Its extravagance through for nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; the Love of God. manifested through garden when you start. Just a small L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Increase of salaries, creation of countJeans. From Him wo hear the Mes uuu itjyeui ,.. ir i.,.m .i... 6cuuio, ..... .i .. Acme Lodge No. 239 I. O. O. F. needless offices, and enormous ' ll10 planting from three to six weeks less, i meets every second and fourth Friultimately Messiah shall become ,ntcr. A,80 remember which have resulted appropriations that you should day nights in ca.h mo .th. C. M. Har"B f ,nutht!,rlZ,e1 t0 HE deavor to plant the vegetables In a In the largest State debt In many nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, . ,,, rrnm , mankind up 7rt ,. reSecretary. years, and which is suro to AnUnn find tr u.n..A nil 41m .nlllln. planted Hartf lrd Crmp No. 202 W. O. W. last year. through nd obedient to human perfection In n meets every second and fourth Sat- If beans were on one lido of the quire an Increase in taxation world-wid- e Edeu. We condemn it for Us unuy i.Ir. ts m each month. Lesiln some form. garden last year, plant them on i Be met, tjuncll Commander; Then comes tho Gospel Invitation to opposite side or near tbo middle the passage of the Confederate pension W. C. this ; Haunt , iieric. till bellovers, to become Joint-heir- s In year. Rotation Is Just as neceasary in bill and its refusal to pay these Miua'aine Hive No. 42, L. O, T. M., I that Kingdom which Is to bless all the the garden for the best men, many of whoso claims have Inoots every first and third I rlday families of tbo earth. This, the Pas- obtained as in the regularresults to be field. been proven for months, under the M,bMW In uciwt UIUUIU. WTS. ALI.YU tor said. Is what St. Paul calls "our Griffin, Lady Commandor; Mrs. Lulal pretext that the bill is unconstitutionfcigb calling of God in Christ" Jesus Climbing American Beauty, rcnaieton, Lady Record Keeper. although having appointed offiassures us that this class will sit with Keystone Chapter No. 110, The climbing American beauty baa al, Sim in Tils Throne and share His been produced by a. method of cross cials under the act, who are drawmavmm Evmm . ia M., moots every third Saturday R. A. night flory, in. the First Resurrection. in each month. John T. Mooro High fertilization which has retained the ing their salaries. We condemn It Nothing la mora) Important in I am convinced, said tbo Pastor, that charming; qualities of the American fdr lta failure to place the Penal InPriest; W, 'S. Tinsloy, Secretary. the noma than clear, steady AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. light Insure tbta by getting sainy hearts are longing for God. It beauty rose and yet. by way of con- stitutions of the. Slate under a nonthe oil tnat burns clear and National Officers President, "Ira AH U one thing to know about God and trast, it is hardy and will stand heat partisan commission; refusal to pass without a flicker down to clean J. C)iryst, Hudson, Wis.; V, PresiJeeus. about the DIvino Plan, tho so- - drought almost as well as any, rose. , the last drop. 4eonylvania dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; a. workman's compensation act; a crude oil renned to perfection. lection of the Church, nnd the Milieu-sin. Secretary & Treas., H. O. Tank, Wau-sacorrupt practice act; and for lowering Coits no more than the in which Messiah will bless and kind taves MUNIS" Nourishment for tow, Wis. the sohool per capita. Wo also conuplift nil mankind, but It Is qnlte a save WORK saves eye. The sow with a litter of pigs tugState Officers President, J. H. Your dealer Ima SOLlTfi Oil unanimous tendency of the. to know-- how to come ging at her different matter Princeton, Ky.; Vice PresiIn barrels direct Iron our needs, the roost nourishing demn the to God nnd be of the Church class. works. dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; teed not necessarily grain, but a State officials, from. Governor down, The Pastor realizes that ho has a good, rich slop of shorts or middlings. to play politics, by looking ahead Secretary & Treas.. 8. B. Robertson, Clus. greater responsibility than nny other n, t Cfc SW1 Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. II. for some other Job, instead ef lookHartford, Ky. Bdnlater because of the twelve millions LMlsvalIc.Ky.l Hour for Milking. ing after the vital interests of the Members State Executive Board el Intelligent people who read bis serRefinery .at. Warren. Ml Cows should be milked as much as poople of tho State, waom-they.- aro i Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. mons weekly. IJe Invites correspondL IW sell th. celebrated "Wo. possible morning and evening at the sworn to serve. Dunn, Daviess county; Henry PJrtlo, i ' Cirb" Auft btl. ence from such. game hour. Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin coun Tenth. Our candidate for mbmberj MANY ho Jnay bo Me-ay- The WAYS OF SOWING OATS RepubHcan-Frottsiv- e Plat- - . ' "', neprcscniatiycs, pireotory ty; C. G. Davonport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. 11. Tlch- enor, President; Henry Plrtlo, Secretary; S. B. Bcnnott, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. 1. L. B, Tlchcnor, Hartford, R. V. D. No. 5. 2. E. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S, Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, Whllo Run, Ky. f V m 5. Richard Plummcr, Taylor Mines, Kentucky. vjKDVxssr.ornaa Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profesaloa In Uric and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Practice a Specialty. MMPajlH y, Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith H Mr& W. II. Bat-ru- e and C. E. Smith announce that Uwy havo form-- a partnirabAp for the enwral practice of law, except criminal and dlvor casotf, Mr. Smith being Couitty AUor-t- 4 nr?y la prarentod from practicing euck Mr. Bornos Willi Individually ocaooB. accept such practice. OfXlcui In Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K, ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. HEAVRIN WITH M. L. HARTFORD, This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Uw and Collection IteniB as well as other legal and liti gated matters. Practlco in all tho courts. Prompt and vigorous service. I M. L. Heavrln's Office "'"". D- .. "-- J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio Countx candi-Bpeedie- st I HARTFORD, KY. Matters Given Prompt Attention. PRtfSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. AH rt ! I AM (PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls nnswered attention. day or nifiht. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. er Hnrtforcl, Succeed when everything else falls. 8 In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme i remcuy, as inousands nave tesuned. twenty-four-year-ol- d it is the best medicine ever soli over n druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE -- VJa. rssS? 'V SEEDS' uxMB--s scem succen I rtUtmU I 11 SPECIAL OFFER: U4 AtrUlwUP miu iou our DcnnaueDt aU. IUw.BmUm. I Tnlf. tuMrtMwi, f tBltmtM 1! PrlieCvircctifi llnMt y; r.iu!;ir.', I TUlf ItaWa, ciutomar. bMI Write i I i 14 Mention thla Paper. J i MAAAAMXMAWWMMVWWWVWW ortr pMtef NUNHW.tl 3 .- I I din-.,..,- m -- t4 ! fffUIII, MfMMf vita nr U r WMiii iHuiiuimiiMJMtwWMWiiiriuta,io. 11 TO MKXlMSTHfr NIK isimiHTk 10 SENDPMklM CENTSTftlBftfcU rtMln UU ril l , 'IkLmrnjtbtfthai ave Money a&d Keep ia Style by Readisj McCtU'a Magazine and Using McCall Pattenu McCiU'iMitulitwui MCAltSMAGAZ!NE - Ladies! Unit-waa-- u, C M lilcti failiiou lu clolUci and bat. 60 Kctv roililon Deilcui. lu caili Issue. Alui ajIuiLIo Information. in nil litimo uud tier. tonal muiieM. Oulr vie a year Inrlurilnr. a freo puttum) Buli- t I rw awm am Arm willio today cr (cud) amammuaaamaaaM fur frco tauiulu codt. altCJI Nttww will onaWo you to inako In tour , jourMilf and tbllduu ivhli-iwaAprt.' no i!L?,,0Jin'1,lJu hU'ior tiiA lb- - I froud tor freo l'tltcru Culalocu. ( F"' fur icrlptioiu amonc wmrlJit ndi. Kctiliif wb (nrhee.1 Premium t ataloirue andratU Pnio OlTcr. m IfcUU OMTihr, US b Z4 Wot 374 Jl. NW Y8K I 1'iV-uo- lielu you ilrc. till UUly. t a uioilfriiie tipeuko by Looping rou pouou ou tho Bal-mai- r" '" U. ,- - &,,. i, .., ...a. j jjtrf it i .vAje j iuftJ; ki .. txitumfri ji, '?t.r . 1. Any boy or girt not over tho The liquid and tho digested foods In tho alimentary cannl pass through tf9 Compartlvely New Spray Material Is age of 1C years, living In Ohio counwall of ths canal into the blood. This process is cnlled abtorfitlon and take plw Used Primarily for comroi w After absorption the blood carries the food chiefly from the small intestine. ty, may enter tho contest. the Brown Rot through the body, and each cell tnl'es from t'm blood tho food it needs. A now 2. This contest shall begin Friglyecrio extract mado from bloodroot, mondrake, stone, queen s root and (Joldtn the namo of (Dr M. W. niCHARDS.) day, March 21, 1913, and shall close teal -- nd (old by druggists for tho past forty years under results as a Dr. Pierce r tonic to help Is a comGolden Medical Discovery, gives uniformly excellent A. coupon by .' the assimilation of the food and in tha absorption !a L the blood of tho food paratively now spray material as on Saturday Juno 23, lflt2. I a!aari. t Lf 4 mo muuu wim mis oucruuru afer aA For Infanta and Children. mnitn nt thn nrpHpnt tlmo and ia good for 10 votes will b printed in it requires, uradicotc tno poisons irom al.flf. which does ef shrink the white blood.. corpui,cIco, because containing no alcohol or nsed primarily for tho control of the The Hartford Itcpubllcan for the . Tl.t.a !. . kn.1w fan nt- hnt ..I ff ..v.. ...... mua I. . .. bincr injunuua !....... !:.. !. i.M m.ama faMilfa Druwu ruk uu mo owmu strong to resist disease. Thia is a tonic taken from up Kind simple and should not first four weeks of tho contest. These preparation is Nature's garden that buildn up those weakened by disease. r. bo confused with that of boiled coupons when properly filled out may Dr. Pierce, founder of tho Invalids' Hotel at Duffilc, llmosulphur b a N.Y., has received many letters eimilar to the following : contest by anyone for any take ursat simple mechanical mlxturo of freo bo voted tin. FnEn It. Muinn, of Pnmllw, N. S.. wrlts: "I In Icpr-Nur I rlr.f uro In writlnsr rou t TCRarr.s myrnM end Its curr. ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. I ant. To be completo they must in u llmo nnd sulphur, while boiled I wn liitteti with TsiJmul Fix cr, nlikh put mo In n ilrimllul Is a mlxturo of complex and clude the border. To bo counted they eT I vai jak, TVH down, ucrvtnta aa tivw rwrttla r tHlelon. I livt tri- - moat uvcrylhlnir I couI trt but ro'lilna did ma Is mado lime. 'St must be brought or mailed, (as nn o.l until, at lait, I v.M .vlvll to try Dr. I'lcrco i Golileii Medical e A ljlch I dkl. I!fon I hzrt used cno by slaking eight pounds of good, icovry, MiJ ricasart I'jllol nhnwn hv nostmarlO to this office vhcn I bad nml liotth t hv n treat I jiiirovcra ntand 'I'lcajtnt Pe'Isti." this Ireatt.iecs stone lime In a tub or box. ti v.linf. to ' xprcca 1 .liaMi'ln for two n'on' it. 111. ,M ' ' or before the date shown on each xri-as the lime starts to slake eight on l.oiil'h. 1 rancot . iid c nl Just nJ . all sulfucrs to wr.W U Lie. II. t oiuVr:til ncllch, , tlil flowers or sul- coupon. pounds of 1'lercc, nu ... i.v.1 ictinr f .11." V. R. Ulnro, Esq. will be furnished 3. Contestants phur are sifted In. Tho slaking llmo pay&$f ProraolesDtysltoiiCkeifur causes tho llmo and sulphur to mix with receipts to bo. given for all aaflatataIIIJtataataatata; "t2 nessandlfcstATontalnsnctor K thoroughly. After tho llmo has slaked ments on subscrlntlons, and as many Ojmtni.Morphine norJL'ncral. j2E tfl I fnr from tnn to fifteen minutes, cold sample copies of Tho Republican as water should bo added so as to stop desired. Not Narcotic. tho slaking. If this is not done, tno 4. Special voting coupons will bo llmo may develop enough heat to Issued for payments on subscripcause the llmo and sulphur to go Into by combination which results In tions, (new or old) as shown chemical of soluble sulphides schedule herewith. These can be vottho formation E si ,p0 MeSnJ f j IA ft that nro highly injurious to peach- ed 'at any time during the contest. hvirnq. Tho mlxturo Of tHO Mill BUI- The number of votes Indicated will phur Is now diluted to GO gallons In no manuer bo changed during the ahd strained Into tho spray barrel. progress of tho contest. Great caro should bo taken to work Prompt Attention and Good Service.. V.jV through all of tho sulphur, as this Is SCHUDULK OP VOTES FOIt suuo.SourSSoraa-Ii.B!an!- J fcfttexerts I fe Worras,Cira! .ov.s.py "wTI the material which making the fungici SCnil'TlONS. .: . fe TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, U dal property. In ncssaiOLossorJMLL.; 200 vote $1.00. r for orchard use, It Is ad- One year .. GOO votes 2.00. visable to work with large quantities Two j cars . ... 3.00. 1,000 vote's of lime and sulphur such as 32 pounds Threo years ,1,400 votes of lime. 32 pounds of sulphur and 200 Four jeara 4.00. Lgallons of water. The heat doveloped Five jears r..oo. .2,000 votes - iA-ifti.w.-55f'J-from this largo quantity or umc win D. No enuilote of Tiip Jtaruoru lime and sulphur. This mis 11 ? SR better ...noc thotvintorlnl will lmVn to bfl Ronuhllcan. nor member of their Im I..- -. tt thoroughly stlrrred, however, as the mediate family, may enter the con L3E 1 The Republican and Louisville Herald test, I fi. Votes can not be bought, and 1.50 mw 3Trr eitt. Exact Copy of Wrapr-tr- . Tmi citui Republican and Courier-Journonco Issued to, or east for, any con The ' 1.75 testant, may not he transferred to TnE Ruptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at subscriptions secured nnotliL-r- . All ' together with the The Republican and Homo and Farm by contestants, money for same, are the property of Inquirer 1.75 a i' The Hartford Republican and must be The Republican and 8 ' j- - turned Into this office. Subscriptions 3.50 POSITIONS GUARANTEEDRepublican and Louisville Daily Herald talten in the name ot one contestant The you a position If you may not be transferred to another ,. wrTtousroalBoon. Wo need tunny moro , ana. jjauy vjwenBooro tnquiren---3.5- 0 demand t., .,,. tnnmmr. lmt must bo turned The hepublic. ln onco to supply tUo onormoub required as wo got the A for our Braduntos. tuis soon Messenger 1.75 for otiorwlll bo wttUUrawn. So ''"'' " ' i3to tUlSo'fflcQ'aiidvcounied.were the TheRepublicaiT 'ef2i2 uumrorbtuduiita sewrlta at onco for particulars. name they one In whose 1.75 A VaijMVi 1 cured. Any contestant dropping out The Republican and Kentucky Farmer contest nlll lose the votes of tho K 1.30 cast for them. The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. v . Contestants, or their friends, 7. 1.50 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer need not tell anybody anything about The Republican 33USINESS COL.L.T3QE lj.coroa4TKn their otes; ir they do, they must I OKO. VT HOHWAHT. KKTAnLtsnitn inn TOTJISVir.T'K. KY Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 rniycirAb bell the truth or they will be ruled The out ot the contest. mmmmim. -- a S. Xo subscription may be taken . for more than five years In advance, go YEARS' EXPCniENCE but in addition an old subscriber may taaaiBSBsifffffffjFK . imv all arrears owliiE and votes will t I ff m. .. 1. I10..H Kortliem Gnrts A new type of etralner for tfedlijiftd Sttds lave a reputation ot vivcanol materials. The liquid bo Issued accordingly, thus, say for or other d srowing twlimd Ihtra. It pays I raucccsslul movea upward toward the screen and a total of seven years: 2 years ar Specialties: Seasonable out through tho aplgot. Tho coarae rears COO votes, 5 years In advance ssss, aflfik BEANS aedlmenta collects In the bottom and 2,000 votes, total 2,500 votes. Earliest Red Valentine . . JJSoSushej "x Karl)' Re(UKee-i:x- tra 3S Bushel any solution retained In It may be Trade MAnn coupons and subscrip9. Voting nraiQNS N:w btrlnRless Gretn Pol . Sj.To Bushel washed out and secured by means of Wardwetl'a Imp. Kidney Wax 4 50 Bushe Copyrights 4c. tions must be sent direct to the boilWax . . 4.7S Ials New White Wax . H y iiahtX the water required for tho next AnHi. senrtlng a keteh ana aesmpu ?;j Currle'a Rust Trool Editor. Money sent by mall must I'UAS. Jj.50 Bushel h",!:r,r,r.i,'HJ,H,aoronu,raa ing. be registered, money order or check, Extra Early Alaska . mui ""'".v..;: S jo Bushel iicenrr formriiiir eiiL irsa. 'n New Early Gradus . . . lime will have a tendency to cake on otherwise The Hartford uopuuiican . Ij jo imsnci ratenti taXen tfirouiih Jluiiii 4 l, I1UI1IUIU HWl... Heads tho bottom of the tub. ttxcial nolle, without charge, lu tha EiDress Ssoo Bushel inrLhn't l.lchtn hr nlil not bo held responsible for it Formula Eight pounds sulphur, 8 5cicnii(ic lettuce. RadUh, Tom.to and a full lnea In any way. Bill Heads " --3 fieeds, I'lantsana nuiuim pounds lime (unslaked stone lime. di Send lor complete eataloeue or submit a lUt of A handsomely Illustrated weakly. JfJJ' 10. Votes can be secured only by Do not use hydrated lime or that Trour requirements and xrluquote pneea. r Buy direct from the crower Save Money. which is. air slaked), 50 gallons wa- the means set forth in these rules. Write today. Mention this paper. MUl.NiCo.38,Broid-'NevvYor- l( ter. 11 Kn contestant will receive any Envelopes Geneva Formula Eighty pounds aid from The Hartford Republclan high grade flowers of BUlDhur. 40 laMBackbecSl., iKktari Sees Ferns. RKkfr.,M any contestant's vote. No count pounds Btono lime (high calcium lime about any is of the votes will be made at should be used; magnesium llmo until the final count, when the tim unsuitable), fifty gallons ot water. AM 1 winners will be announced. The bal IC tVki-m- t m i lot box will be in plain view in ,w ii ssii uaf v riiion ui HERBS NEEDED IN A GARDEN be securely "SSSfilTSKSiwompslT obtalsad la this office. The box will W. oktala ATCNTS U oououiea, or no fe. the key deposited at the Among Beat for Use Are Mint, Sage, locked and ys AT PAiu Rnnnw mm. wwwii w. fi.sttvistta . sspenss, ana uijvi Savory, Thyme, Bank of Hartford until tlmo for Lavender, Summer Send nvxleL photo or aketca (or FR K C rtpon count. nal M jean" practice. SURAnnla and Coriander. on paUaUbUlty. 1 PASS! NO RirCrCNCM. rwfrajOuld. boy or girl, 13. The contestant, Book on ProftuoU I'atenU wrlM to (By LEBOr CADT.) OS-BOSavanth Stratot, who receives the highest number of iiniaMa No garden is complete without some Ah. VUSHINOTON, -- . w. will receive a first class, gentle Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity and i ot, the herbs. Among the best for use voteB k rcliabllily nearly 49 years. Sold In nearly summer sa- and well broken Shetland Pony United States and R eerr city and town In the are mint, sage, lavender, direct. More sold than by r with a full set of harness vory, thymo, annls, coriander, dill and ' Canada, or mike.mallSend lor Uee caUlojue. any other winter savory. Directions for sowing and a pony buggy and will be given MeCAIXS MAGAZINE subscribers than any other fashion theso are given as a rule, on the pack- to the winner after count is maae. million a month. Invaluable. Lat. age In which the seed comes. The The contestant, boy or girl who repatterns, dressmaking, millinery, (More sewing, fancy needlework, lulrdressinif, aeed may be sown in boxes or flats ceives the second highest vote will cood stories, etc. Only 50 cents early in spring; and, as soon as the receive a ?30. bicycle; if boy is winIncluding a free pattern. (worth double), SubscrlSe today, or send lor sample copy. plants are large enough, thoy may be boy's bicycle and if girl Is ' transplanted to a permanent place in ner, a sWONDEBFtlL INDUCEMENTS RllCkBGB'S BULBS SUCCEED. contestcatalogue to Agents. Postal brings premium i plants of winner, a girl's bicycle. The the garden. sflsirr.iAL OFFER' A I and new cash prlie offers. Address .. purchased ant, boy or girl, who receives the 1lsaaJssits.B. r.T J V.sssr most of theso herbs can be BI HCCIU f 0 X t Hi W. J7U SL. KEW TOM $15 r trill' wilt make rou a pemanerrt eua. 1 from the nursery, which will Bave third highest ote will receive a I lutuer. U.t .fant nn BUaUlllktWU ui JVM4 i' " .. wr ii Ditw-. r tins!. gold watch. Bomo time. ."""'.7:r..ii.wcuWKeto W nnTeme Miuw"m muntt, "'" 14. Three eomnctcnt and Impartial Long Life of Rhubarb Bed. Jiidg"es will bo selected to count tho Tihuharb 1b tho first vesotable we votes on hour the contest closes. MMhllhOulU. " " -I would have died if I hadn't I .ii,aui.Tiip.. a by entering Aid For Three Summer Mn. Via- - believe have from the ground In spring. It is. ah contestants, iiniuin 1 TXMB v "' m.... w,h. -taken It. has a host ot friends who fully ap- this contest, bind themselves to acmm.-.-jii- mI !. i;,7v' awO rT I7IMTM preciate Its merits, while those who foregoing ceit Was Unable to Attend to by After I began taking Cardui, I was aro ; rrT.iL . , vi.t do not fKMIMTD PB. i um !i. .... j .v.. dlrftlvilk Waikl-f- le laut IikU.I a1 hiiw.OT'.T"::!.Tw:. iua. t,ui su um UiUM have land and nature's grow It and cept, and abide greatly helped, and all three bottles re rules. choicest iuu Amy ef Her HoaMwerL losing one ot Vuslr..u wlMbl t I la Cae"r"",-- ; -;, r- - jk ttl,JJ -1C. Tho. publishers of Tho Hartiim in;, lieved me entirely. healthiest vegetables. It lr the easiest "v"- y"V'f"r' ..... r..i..i-- i..--v tv.u.l ni I , 1 iw laumtsment rntuo Pitentind .TXuiai .. o plant to grow ot all the perennials. A ford nonuhllcan shall at all times IrfiMHt. i fattened up, and grew so much " ofc' Tit SUM. Stmt, awr Wi bed once established will last 15 years. bo willing and glad to furnish any in .U.W. BvckbM BOCxroiD.ru. WABHanurun. " suffered for stronger in three months, 1 felt like an C.- -"l supply a formation In regard to tho contest. A bait dozen .plants will Pleasant Hill. N. large family during the season, .which 17. The hour of closing tho conthree summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." with crimson winter rhubarb, It 62 test will be annouueed by publicaVincent, o! this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle- weeks each year. tion In the Issue ot the week prewas my worst. acting. Its ingredients have a mild, toaio last time, ceding the close. nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. 1 had dreadful Sweet Corn and Drought. No vegetable withstands severe prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength. rlmuffht and heat so well as sweet walk about. Could not do any of my Improves the appetite, tones up the nerFOR FLETCHER'S corn. It succeeds well, ia either hills TostriQNS housework. or drills; probably in the latter plants vous system, and helps to make pale, PLENTIFUL do not blow over so muciv auras wei I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy; 11107, fJtTi'awC , ; . rr and t wintry westker. The. soilisfcould It Is bow well known that nptmore and sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped more than a raUJAT Ml be very'riehe the beat results. rHAP than one caao of rneuniaueui iu u slnklnz speDs would come on me, 1 weak women, during the past Wf vSZv J. ZipiinatnsAje -' ' require! any internal treatment what' V,i , Lfms n, Fsttlllssr. would Have .to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has , Vegetables ot a. leafy nature, such ever. All that la needed ia a free watuitworeeff. done for them. Try Cardui today. of Camberlaln's Liniment as cabbate, lettuce and spinach, are 1 was certstely la a dreadful stale of parta at each ap greatly fceaeflted by the application and massaging the Writ to: Chaltaaeaca Medicine Co tUe' AJ., aaasssssssssssssaa-Zze- O,. ot llaae. Ia order to grow prostable plication. Try it and see now quicn-- i health, whea I bully decided to try Uructiom on your case a4 M;Paf bauk. v.. Bkw "'' crops ot lettuce sad spinach it Is ato it win relieve the pain and sore Cardai. the weaua'a toalc, sad I Brady vWSMpgrAUAWy ssarr to fsTtiUs UUraUy. ness. Sold by all dealers. STRAINING OF LIME-SULPKU- R Rales Governing Stay Contest. HOW BLOOID IS MADE. a a GASTQRIA Solf-bolle- d lime-sulphu- t..w m rBMiimi The You Have M !ss5iJl Always Bought atL $ww Bears the Signature of "' iueh-h-h.- Umo-ulphu- Self-boile- d lime-sulph- Self-bollc- llmc-sulphu- high-grad- fm r ftAtf l tTij r ur high-grad- e JAMES & CO., First Class -Liverymen Kentucky. Centertown, ,o f iMS2M' P m W jeai5KiOT5BBgatfa s W ft..r, UVi .. solf-bolle- lime-sulphu- in.rty iBuJs ill IJ I eot, ... OUR CLUBBING RATES. al IJSP&t b iL 0 ro WE s37672$ ' ,,,, 6ZL.fr WMtt $S.va?ffiA' P) Address all orders to SEEDS attii ( THE REPUBLICAN. 1 VSMIj ntnericam llme-eulph- ur vi. YOUR Letter Noteheads Cards ri"i H. W. BUCKBEE Statements fx'IL 4rtl f'miim 3!MV -a 51 I m I Ki . -- : .i.L.. unou u.y nna oilier ..!44 t Special Attenton In The Republican 5 B ! Job Department. BULBS' "- d w i lSEia?5SStfiat ,.. say '..' A k2i:w jmZ&J&Z&2 -. ,- COULDSCARCELY WALK ABOUT ftac .. '"7.:rJ:.. ..-;. .,... to si Ofciiaren Cry SfoA yjoewYffit yr CASTORIA r& Mfsftvtft' bJesiedJ J-- S lirWJr - - . --v wswsw SflftSSfSCTSMSHWHS T rr lgfK'i''ffijSw! ws' Ainounccmests. FOR RRPUESENTATIVB. Wo aro authorized to announce N. B. "WHITE, of Olaton precinct, as , a candldato for the Republican nomination fpr member ot tho Hoiibo of Representatives from Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Elec- tlon, Sat. August 2, 1913. to announco V. Flener, of Beaver Dam, Ky., as a candidate for the Republican nomi nation for the office of member of tha House of Representatives from Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. Wo aro authorized 31. Democratic 'nomination for Sheriff of Ohio county, subject to tho General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. SCHOOf SUPERlNTHNpl.N V. authorized to announce We are HENRY' LEACH as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Counof Ohio ty School Superintendent , county. Oeneral Primary traction 3at. August 2, 1913. to announce Wo aro authorized JOHN W. ODELL, of West Fords-ll!- o precinct, for the Republican nomination for the offlco of Superintendent of Schools of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. JAILER. We are authorized to announce J. VV. DUVALL, of Se'leet voting precinct ,as u candidate lor the Republican nomination for the offL'0 of Jailer of Ohio county. General Primary Election Sat. Au;ust 2, 19)3 FOR We are authorized to announce W. P. MIDKIFF as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. General Primary Elec- FOR COUNTY" JUDGE. to announce V.'c aro authorized ESQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold voting precinct, si candidate for the Republican nomination for Judgo of Ohio County Court. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. Wo are authorized to announce M. L. HEAVRIN, as a candidate for tho Republican nomination for County Judgo of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. tion Sat. August We 2, 1913. are authorized to announce are authorized to announce J. H. MILES, of Paradise, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Judge of Ohio county court. General Election, Sat. August Primary AVc JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route 1, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce C P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday, August 2, 1913. 1913. are authorized to announce R. R. WEDDING, a candidate for the Republican nomination for to the office of County Judge of Ohio county. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2. 1913. AVe to announce L. Ky., fiCHENOR of Hartford, route 5, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of County Judge , of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. We are authorized B. are authorized to announce JOHN A. DANIEL, of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday, Au gust 2 1913. We FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce C. E. SMITH a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Attorney General Primary of Ohio county. Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce D. BAKER RHOADS, of Beaver Dam, a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Attorney of Ohio county. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce TOM V)X, of Rosine, as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of Assessor of Ohio County, sub- jJect to the General Primary Election, Saturday August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce DILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Assessor of Ohio county. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce C. We are authorized to announce G. M. BARNETT a candidate for the WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as Republican nomination for County candidate for the Republican nominaGeneral tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio Attorney of Ohio county. Primary Election, Saturday, 2. 1913. August county, subject to the General tion, Saturday Aug., 2, 1913. Elec- FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. We aro authorized to announce C O. HUNTER, of Hartford.as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of County Court Clerk County. General Primary of Ohio Election, August 2, 1913. We are We are authorized to announco L. as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the offlco of Asessor of Ohio county, sub ject to the General Primary Elec tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. B. LONEY" FOR CORONER. authorized to announce We are authorized to announce Dr. CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver Dam, Ky., caudldate for the Repub- A. B. RILEY as a candlddate for the County sublican nomination for County Court office of Coroner, of Ohio ject to the action of the Republican Clerk of Ohio county. General Prl party at the General Primary August mary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. 2, 1913. Inatlon for Justice of tho Pcaco of OWE STARCH TO QUEEN IES9 the Ccntortown Magisterial District. t IU Um Wat Unknown In England U til tha Reign of the Oreat Worn- - ' We are authorized to announco S. an Rultr. V. LEACH,. routo 3, Heaver Dam, a "i i candldato for the Republican nomStarch was nover heard of In Engination for' Justico of tho Peace of land Queen Elizabeth, untlt the Beaver Dam Magisterial Dis- camo to the after throne.' Elizabeth's fa- -; General Primary Election Sat. tber, Muff King Hal. was tho. first trict. ' August 2, 1913. English monarch to wear any of neckband. That was very plain,--' We are authorized to announce W. about an Inch In depth, and made! S. DEAN, of Dundee, a candidate for of lace. Yet only 60 years later anj the Republican nomination for Justice author of the times Henry Peacham writes: "Ho Is not a gentleman, nor' of tho Peace of tho Sulphur Springs in tno tasnion, wnose band of Italian Magisterial District. General Primary work standeth him not at least 3' Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. to 5. Yet, a seamstress In Holburn told me that there are some of threeReport of the Condition of the score a pound apiece I" Fancy pny-In- g McHGNRY DEPOSIT BANK such a sum as 720 a dozen for V one's collars! Tho origin ot the prea-Bank DoIiik Business at i.v. County of Ohio, State of ent starched collar was tho ruff. In, Kentucky, at the Close of tho year 1564 Queen Elizabeth first IIiivIhons on tlii I tli used a coach. Her coachman came, Day of .hint-- , from Holland. Ho was a man named! 1111:1. Boeman nod his wlfo brought with, her from that country tho art of clear," RESOURCES. starching. Soon afterward a cortaln Loans and Discounts ...$23,730.22 Mme. Dlnghen came from tho NethOverdrafts, secured and erlands and started a laundry with OS. 43 clear Btarchlng In London. unsecured A veryj good thing she mado of It, for the. Stocks, Bonds and other 200.00 daughters of worthy citizens crowded", Securities to 4,503.08 as her to learn tho nrt. As soon Due from Banks starching became 4,796.37 ruffs took the place common starched Cash on hand of the thin band Checks and other cash of lace. 00 Items Banking House, Furni5, 354. 13 BOTH SATISFIED. TO PART ture and Fixtures 00 Other Real Estate Neither Man Nor Lizard Desired to Be Other Assets not includPermanently Attached to ed under any of above Each Other. 00 heads Evan $38,082.43 cover Jones, who la beginning to reTotal from a cough that has mado LIABILITIES. his life miserable for the past two Caultal Stock paid In, in years .says the cause was nothing less .$15,000.00 than a lizard three Inches long. cash Surplus Fund 1,200.00 Jones declared that he brought up tho reptile while out driving the othProfits, Undivided less er day. Ho had a paroxysm of coughexpenses taxes and paid 144.92 ing on the road. At the end of It ho choked, be said, and reached down Deposits subject his throat for relief. He seized the $14,432.34 to check lizard and drew It to the light ot Demand Certificates day. 00 of Deposit ... The lizard seemed to be as happy as Jones to dissolve partnership, and Time Deposwas wriggling away as fast as it could, $ 7,574.94 its when Jones decided he would capture 00 Certified checks It and show It to his roctor. The doc Cashiers's checks outstanding $ 231.80 22,239.08 tor dropped the wriggler In alcohol. Jones got the doctor's theory which Due from Banks and was that Jones must have been drinkoo ing at Trust Companies . . . the well or spring, and taken d Notes and Bills a lizard's egg Into his stomach. Tho 00 grateful warmth batched the lizard. 00 The agony, of coughing that Jones Unpaid Dividends . 00 endured Is ascribed to the frantic, Reserve for Taxes 00 efforts 'ot the lizard to liberate itself. Bills Payable Lafayette (N. Y.) Dispatch to tho Other Liabilities not inNew York Times. any of cluded under 98.43 aboe heads .. ., .. Keeping Him Waiting. .$38,682.43 Total . . She Is a most Irritating specimen of humanity. Even the best of men State of Kentucky,) ' )sct. lose their temper when, time after County of Ohio.) time, they are kept waiting by their We, Dr. J. S. Smith and A. M. sweethearts. Twenty minutes, half Smith, President and Cashier of the an hour, and even more, have thoy to Bank, do solemnly wait patiently till her ladyship ap-- . above named swear that the above statement Is pears with Just a slight apology for true to the best of our knowledge1 having been so long getting ready. But. really, the time flew so! Sho and belief. had no Idea It was so late, and It took J. S. SMITH. President. her so long getting on her new hat. A. M. SMITH, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before Somehow sho couldn't arrange her curls to suit it., t' i me this 14th day of June, 1913. The patience of man in this respect Mv Commission expires January is most marvelous, and he does not 30, 1916. JESSE THORPE. get a quarter of the praise he deNotary Public. serves. And what girl would wait paCorrect Attest: tiently for her lover, even five minGEO. W. BASEHEART, utes, without preparing a good scolding for him for daring to keep her S. J. TICHENOR. waiting? And should he, as the reaE. B. TICHENOR. son for his tardiness, blame business, Directors. why, should exclaim as It be had acknowledged to a most dreadful faut! Mi-He1 rw RESOLVED WE VOOM IT- - "WE " -- W'fc . . V B00MIN3 BZCAVSZ ifl'Jfi Boom oub Business BYtflVNO PZOpLC GOOD GOODS TOR. THEIR MONQY, iO - miwwmDON'T KNOW IT S DEALT wmKL LIJTEN--I- F YOU ... WHICH I J THE BE .ST BECAV.SE YOU HAVEN'T u WITHlJ. OURCUJT0MERJKN0W, BECAUSE WE GIVEoURCUJToMERJ money, we want you for, a customer, and the way we will treat you ween you come inwill full plump value for their, uj with one purchase, and will prove it to you. makeacujt0mer0fy0u. favor we Redls-counte- CARSON & CO, INCORPORATED. ... Hartford, Kentucky. b'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm Famous Stage Beauties. look with horror on Skin Eruptions, We are authorized to announce J Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. T. (BUD) HOACfTLAND, route D, Har don't have them, nor will any one, AVe are authorized to announce W. ford, for the Republican nomination who uses Bucklen'a Arnica Salvo. It for the office of County Court Clerk H. PIERCE, of Rosine precinct, a glorifies the face. Eczema or Salt candidate for the Republican nomiof Ohio county. General Primary ElecRheum vanish before it. It cures sore nation for Justice of the Peace, Rotion, Sat. August 2, 1913. lips, chapped hands, chilblains; hcls sine Magisterial District. General burns, cuts and bruises. Unequaled AVe are authorized to announce Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. tor piles. Only 25c at All Druglsts. . SEP. T. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell We are authorized to announce precinct, a candidate for the RepubNotice in Bankrupcty. a lican nomination for Clerk of Ohio ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, In tho District Court of the Unitcounty. General Primary Election, candidate for the Republican nominaSaturday, August 2, 1913. tion for Justice of tho Peace In Hart- ed States for the Western Dlsrltct ford district, General Primary elec- of Kentucky. In tho matter of Patterson Boat AVe are authorized to announce LOf tion Sat. August 2, 1913. AVorks, et al In bankruptcy. SMITH, of Hartford, Route C, as a To the creditors of Patterson Boat oandidate for the Democratic nomiAVo aro authorised to announce nation for tho office of County Court W1NSON SMITH, of Select precinct, Works, a partnership comiKwed of Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the a candidate for the Republican nomi- A. C. Patterson and Ethel M. Welch, action of tho General Primary, Sat- nation for Justice of the Peace of and to the creditors of A. C. Patterurday, August 2, 1913. Rosine Magisterial District. General son and Ethel M. AVelch, Individually, Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. all of Point Pleasant, in the County of Ohio, and district aforesaid, bankFOR SHERIFF. rupts. , Wc are authorized to announce S. We are authorized to announce J-Notice la hereby given that on the A. BRATCHER as a candidate for BOWLING, of Narrows precinct, a the Republican nomination for Sher- candldato for the Republican nomina- 24th day of May, A. D. 1913, the said iff of Ohio county, subject to the tion for Justice of the Peace, of the parties were duly adjudicated bankGeneral Primary Election, Saturday, Sulphur Springs district. General Pri- rupt, and that the first meeting of ' creditors will bo held at the law ofmary Election, Sat. August 2 ',1913. August 2, 1913. fice of Ernest Woodward in Hartford, AVe are authorized We are authorized to announce S. to announce Kentucky, on the 2d day of July, A. D. 1913, at the hour of 1 o'clock, p. O. KEOWN as a candidate for the GEORGE M. MADDOX, Sr., a canm., at which time the saldcrcditora Republican nomination for the of- didate for Justice of the Peace in the fice of Sheriff of Ohio county, sub- Rockport Magisterial District. Gen- may attend, prove their claims, ap- ject to the General Primary Elec- eral Primary Election, Sat, August ! point a trustee, examine the bank rupts, and transact such other busi2, 1913. tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. ness as may properly come before said meeting. AVe are authorized to announce W. We are authorized to announce Petition filed May C, 1913. ASHLEY, route SAM L. STEVENS, of Beaver Dam, C. (COMMODORE) J. A. DEAN, 3, Hartford, a. candidate for the Re- a candidate for the Republican noml-- er Referee in Bankruptcy. publican nomination for Sheriff of Dam Magisterial Dlstrlct.-Gener- al Owcnuboro, Ky June 21, 1913. County. General Primary Elec- Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. Ohio tion Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized ot announce FOR FLETCHER'S AVe are authorized to announce S, GEORGE W. ROWE, of Centertown, E. BENNETT a oandidate for the a candidate for the Republican nom- I PC l m Queer Funeral Customs. , It would be difficult to find stranger funeral customs than those practiced' by the Andaman islanders. The na-- , lives actually drop the oodles of' their parents into the sea at the end of, ropes and leave them there until nothing remains but the bones, which they gather and hang from the roofs ot their huts. It Is a common custom for a man to sit by the house and watch the bones ot some relative. This Is the way they have of showing their love and respect. Tno bodies are treated in this fashion so that the evil Bpirlts cannot tease and pinch them. All that is left are the dried bones, and these are placed high so that It the evil spirits wander Into the huts they will have a hard time to And them. If a bone is carried away it means some bad spirit has seized it, and this indicates that some terrible calamity will befall the family. Cost of Typhoid. ably. Dr. McLaughlin did' not exagger- Action according: to advices from the Dunlap Pony Co., of Greenfield, Ohio, who are furnishing the Shetland Pony, Cart and Harness in The Re publican 'Pony Contest, we have extended the time of ending the contest until H- - 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 ? It la hard to state human lives in terms of dollars and cents, but prob- Children Cry J WM9 typhoid is costing the United, States Incidentally it $100,000,000 a year. kills 25,000 people, or as many as a considerable war, aad to Ufa iBSuranee men that Is not a merely sentimental ,rguiHeat.. That. the. greater, part of this loss UfaVoldaale appears from1 the fact that a 60 of our largest cities the death rats per 100,000 from ty- jhold. Is Jtfr while la S3 of, the principal pavavst cities of aonaera ssurope ii-That means that some 18,000 of the 15,000 who die every year from typhoid fever la the United States might probably he saved hy'better sanitation. This is' a reform upon whleh sCsrt should be strongly concentrated. ate in telling the Association ot Life Insurance presidents in New York that PONT DAT Which will be announced later. NOW IS THE TIME FOR EVERT CONTESTANT TO WORK HARD. There are Scores of .People ie Your ; Neighborhood Who Been Visited. Have-Neve- r See Them. if' .- -1 iJButij ;- - .