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VETERANS GATHER ON BATTLEFIELD Men Who JfartfaiV ftejwMixrttk DEVOTED TO TUB 'INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 51 FIGHTING FOR BABY'S NAME HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1913. during the battle. Den. Sickles was escorted to hla tent by a cavalry de tail and was cheered lustily by wear- crs ot both tho bluo and tho gray. Open Air Churches. New York, June 30. 0en church services have become so In Now air pop- Fifty Years Ago ular mtt3MZ?mm IB BM Engaged In Struggle. Twenty-Fiv- e Thousand Already York that they were held yesterday In over thirty different centers. Some wero hcjd on the Church steps, some In tents and some on tho roofs of parish houses. A number of very well known churches havo added roof accomoda.,- r h Infant Human Question IHBi'SSS ,. Mark In Sordid Question. Alleged Father Says He Will Go tions this year, and find that the services held there are tho most popular feature of tho Sunday program. More on the Way. The wealthy congregation of Unity V church In Mont Clrae, N. J., banGettysburg, Pa., June 30. Twenty- - ished from Its edifice by reason ot ttvn thcvioantl vetpnuifl In blue and repairs, held Its regular services In "1 gray, tho biggest army ot Its kind a 6rov? at tho norU) end f where an orchestra and a to-feniay, gathered that hns been chorus of birds In the near-th- e NO gether In fifty years, woke today on treefl furnished the accompanl-o- t call'1 field of Gettysburg to the choir. reveille and the warlike rattle of(ment for mess lJta and pans In a score of King, the Drag Man. on Hand, and Thousands .. -r- - - . i VTO To Penitentiary Rather Than Wed. San Diego, Cal., July baby girl a sort of human question mark smiling, laughing, cooing; sordid reams of testimony about her and the fight not over yet That's the story ot the case of Henry S. Ervay, Jr., charged by beautiful Elsie M. Johnston of wronging 'her under promise of marriage. At the end of a trial lasting ten days a trial fraught with bitterness and sensational disclosures a nerve-racke- d Jury stood eight to four 'for conviction and was discharged as unable to Agree. Prosecution and defense are now laying their plans for a of the case. Conspicuous In the crowded court- vroom at intervals during the trial was the little baby girl, 'born to MtaM Johnston less than two months 2.-n- Just re-tri- al THE NEW HARTFORD COLLEGE. "HIRED MEN" NEED ASK FOR JOBS HERE suffra setts has changed and, recent- ly tho London quarters in London and places of assembly and conference, and seized papers and literature and arrested advocates and practlcers off violence. The furniture and other ef- - ' lifiljnCDQ fllED' liALlULnu III Elf COUNTRY "' 46 YEARS XeVrterans who sat up until late at' D- inventor of the K,n. nllt-,0- f down ,n dra' Two Hoosier Girls Own and Work printers were warned that they would Man "rgetS Wife and TWO Sons night exchanging remlnlscenses were up long before the sun climbed over Kentucky preaching the gospel of be proceededagainst if they 'continuDuring Time of Nearly example, of Its Intelligent use Their Flace, Doing ed in the work. Further than that, the hills of the Blue Ridge. Before h8 '??"" . notice 'was given that those who subthe electric lights of hls modern . 'Half Century. Everything. tl,ndnie scribed to the funds of the mffttatrt turned out to make way for the '' Patc"tcd invention and . Utawtl P branch ot the suffragette organizasun, the veterans were singing the ul '" tions or 'made speeches in favor of .songs of war time, and the wldei" "-- " Hopkins county is working her Rochester, Ind. No men folks do them Would also-b- e proceeded againBt. Jackson, Mich. Living with her streets of the tented city echoed with state. dirt roads with the drag and is "very any of the work at "The Sandridge-- j The action e government was re husband, from whom she was segaMt-'e- d of "Johnny Rcb" and the the "kl-yl- " pleased with the experiment. IPniiUrv Varrtf," It lAll.ifeMM.Jlv..MtflH' sponded to by for more than, forty years, yet yell ot his Yankee brother well the suff fragettes, with hoarser h,s wlte' Down in Jackson's Purchase the urag Edna Stauffer and Miss Carrie Bloa-se- r, angry not J8'" know,n to h,,m threats of retaliation by the from the North. ,of the proprietors. They .do all .the deatrultlon of property-"w- ar." oai,W6lltiy,, thJ J18."?' regular army men In chaige also Is being extensively used and Their The .' '' say that it fills the bill. plowing, 8eedlngKculUvating and harv tactWart inviting and resnfting family,. Is .accused by" the'mbtnirwkii-.- of tho ennip expected 15,000 veterans the farmers nonn King finds it difficult to answer estlng, look after the chickens, milk similar violent outbreaks by the antl WtSUV VAalfaa JUOV oner tf U1IO nlfr ,BA,0 inat VtlOk Vfc hla ttrj being the father of the child. to come into Gcttjsburg today, and Mr. Mr. Howard does not recognize her all calls from commercial clubs and the cows, make the butter, tend the suffrage people. In Newcastle-on-th- e He allowed his attorneys to stipuby tonight they will be .prepared to organizations which desire to garden, do all the "chores." And they Tyne he suffrage headquarters were as his wife, but calls her "aunt." late that he had bn guilty of imtent and mesa more than 40,000 men other The story of the aged couple is an proper relations with the girl, but about tho achlevments of his are making a success of it. attnfki d hv a. .rrowH. hrlcks wen without hitch or delay. There was no hear A llUlo over a year ago uMlss Stauf- - throwt thmueh th windows, fiimi. unsual one. Mr. Howard is now 86 .emphatically denied while testifying unt lirnrr?itn trulnv And thtf VfltftranS homely but wonderful road machine. . ..- . a nrlfa la CQ I 'Vftoro ! Anybody can make a split-lo- g drag ier ana iii83 uiwser ran a ijrusperuua tur & " t arra ' whtla " IW gmagh amj literature and, w",tnat mere naa ever oeen a promwe wore left free to look up old friends ' Forty-si- x years ago they resided n0t eXC,ns city. banners were destroyed. a. lonz tphotographic galjery in this marriaBe. and attemoted bv "W" and old enemies, swap stories of '63 Laporte, Ind. They had been married bcn the caae there. hfu,d But they longed tor tne outdoor lire, ot testimony to prove that Rex and enjoy themsclvs In any ay they improvements four years and had two children. Bi 01arft; a millionaire rancher, had tremendous dirt and finaly they sold their business a,w fit. . , . One morning in May Mr. Howard 'aiso Deen guilty of similar intlniacy ' roaas. aiaie journal. and bought' a small farm near Tra, ENCLOSES MAIDEN , Just as soon as the rations of bacon shouldered a shotgun and informed with the prosecuting witness. Rochester, moved onto it, west of and eggs and coffee, "fruit in sea- - iipii'r sjIflFBP-fJ- tl his wife that he was going hunting. and began their lives as "rubes," "as IN LIVING TOMB That was the last time she saw him Ervay and Clark are both former json." frcah bread and butter, were Pf nlUtllll .ill they call themselves, with only a secretaries ot the County Highway disposed of In the way all good sol-- i for more than forty years. He was Commission, and ..met Miss Johnston .. bulldog as protector. The nous Til TflpID 1)111 TDirKQ little put In good a Condition and made dlers dispose of them, the real In- a young man then, but when he re- - when she entered the employ of the was " section of the battlefield and the ' comfortable for the winter. During StOnemaSOU At KeVOlver'S Point turned, like Rip Van Winkle, he was commission as stenographer. rentelling of the story of Gettysburg bent, gray-hairand crippled from the rough weather the girls spent giri wftnera gaM, Each took . ( began, with all the pointed criticism LCave aMt Warning Eddwille their evenings mapping out the farm Forced To Build Wall old age. What caused him to leave to tho ea to dIne and upon auto-h- is ftiat the private soldier knows so well home is a mystery to his wife. moblle trips at night, but .while ther? work to be taken up In the spring. to make. Around Girl. how They had had no trouble. Merchants to Discharge They bought agricultural Implements, Was nothing to show that Clark had "I ain't seno a Reh yet who didn't . Leaving Laporte, Howard Journeyed been guilty ot any wrongdoing, it was a team of horses, a cow, some pigs Clerk. a charge Round Top and take it all by The and 250 highlass chickens. MadrJd Ju,y 1 The of Bar. west to a territory that was then established that Ervay took the girl himself," said a lanky Southerner as chickens were well cared for during , lnvestleatlne the storv ot In its wildest state. When the Santa 'to tho Hotel del Coronado on the he wandered Into the quarters of the the winter and at once began to lay, a utonomason. ,who, Fq railroad was built he helped to lay night of April 12, 1912, and reglater Pennsylvania contingent. Eddyvllie, Ky., June 30. As an producing a large supply of eggs when E.,.,Mn HA,.rpH f hnt hn wn tnrcA tn wall the track. For years he lived the ed her as his sister, "Margaret Br-"No, and I ain't seen a Yank who aftermath of the night rider troubles prloes were the highest. ' young gjri jn a buijdlng near I,fe ot a nermlt tar from civilization, vay." It was then, she testified, that didn't break up Pickett's charge by and the fearful example from their j Then when the spring came there up a He never ""nunlcated with his wlfo. he betrayed her under promise to e city. ills own self," said a smiling Penn- - cowardly practice of leaving notes' nrao iu . ninn. im tn Vto . tHav hnri - iuui iwu n r...... .. i Buffalo were plentiful In those days, make her his bride on the following y wxya .v. i w w,f - wrf uuueixei . . a. and threatening letters at the doors' . i . lanlan as they shook hands. jt and he killed thousands of them on day. ;c( l grocery' aeiermineu were sauoia oe no iubu men called at his home with a mo- - the plains. The only set event today was the of respectable homes, the i about the place, so they gritted their torcar, and asked him to accompany Clark has been doing everything joint reception by the survivors of firm ot Gresham Bros, found a note teeth and went at it. One hold the In the meantime, his wife, with in his power to assist Miss Johnston tbotn a short distance into tho coun-plo- w Gen. Butord's Cavalry and the South- - and bundle of switches at its door, while the other led the team. iry j0 carry out some urgent repairs. her children, left Laporte and came In the prosecution of Ervay and has enters of Gen. Wheeler's Cavalry to warning them to discharge James "Of course, the furrows were crook- - when htey were outside the city to Jackson. She made no effort to been assisted by his wife, Grace the citizens of Gettysburg. It was Shacklett, a young man ot exemplary ed as a dog's hind leg," said Miss tne men 8eized Gutlerrz, bound him, locate her husband and heard nothing Scripps Clark, who on the stand de- Buford who dlscoered the gray army habits and hold in the highest Stauffer, describing their eforts to and blindfolded his eyes. A few mln-- a from him until about three years clared Implicit faith In her husband. on Gettysburg, on the teem by the whole town and friend; "but what did we care so utes iater the car stopped in front ago, when a relative wrote from the Mrs. Clark remained at her husband's of July 1, fifty years ago, munlty. long as we got the field plowed? 0f a lonely house. West saying that she bleieved .Mr. ' side all during the trial and took the saw the The note advised them to turn and the picket who first j.ne magon says he was led inside, Howard was living In Dodge City, 'stand to testify that she was never - shacklett off at once and named who Anyhow, it made no difference after scouts of Lee swinging up the Chambthe ground was harrowed. But the and ordered to wall up a narrow ap-tl- Kan. Further inquiries were made, jealous of Clark and that Mtsa Joan-wlt- h ersburg" pIKo fired the first shot of should be his successor, we got ready. to plant we had erture. He heard some one sobbing, tho result, that the aged man eton was their mutual friend, the greatest battle of the war. it was The Gresham Bros, refused to a little experience and were able to andf tearing the bandage from his was brought to Jackson, where thel All thru the long trial, Miss John-reunistubbornly fought the ply with the cowardly request, who ' make the rows fairly straight, so that followed a peculiar reunion, ston sat huddled in her chair, clutch-howevyoung giri bound with advance of Gen. Heth's division of j Gresham Bros, are the leading busl-th- e cultivation will not be a difficult eyegi ne 8aw a ,.,. nn(i wedpd In the aDerture. as Howard, has mind fall-.in- g her baby to her breast. It was Third Confederate Corps on the ness men of the city and Christian Hls captors ordered him to build Ing, was unable to remember his held aloft before the jury that they - gentlemen 'n every sense ot the term, matter." July morning until Gen. Reynolds arThe girls Jump out of bed at sun- a wall so as to enclose the unfortu- wlfo, but thought of her only as his might compare it with both Ervay rJjVed and took command, and Wheel- - and should the cowardly warning be The comparison was rise. One attends to the morning nate girl, and when Gutierrez refused "aunt." He does not recognize his and Clark. ' er's men helped to make that Joint carried out the world can look for chores while the other Is preparing two sons. Together the aged couple against Ervay, for Its hair is light, they threatened him with revolvers. something doing in Eddyvll'.e. affalr a warm one. breakfast. When the housework is He says that he was forced to com- are spending their declining years like his. Clark's hair Is black. Gen. "Relatives of Gen. Meade, done both go to the fields and work ply with their commands after which near this city in a home provided (by Efforts to compromise have been Longstreet, Gen. Pickett and Gen. Birthday Party. abandoned. The mother merely wishes there until noon. Then they go to the car conveyed him to a wood sev- their sons. Hill arrived today and were given Little Gladys Bennett entertained the house and get their lunch and do eral miles away. to vindicate herself and legitimatize Quarters in tho t6wn. Col. J. M. a few of her little friends in honor a little work in the garden or among her baby. Evray was told that If he EAST VIEW. Before leaving him n tho wood the Schoonmaker, chairman of the Penn- nt hap ninth hlrthflnv TllfHKlnV. .Tune marry the girl, he would be the flowers about the house. In the men gave Gutierrez $20 in silver, and July 1. The temperature Is stand would .yirama uomiuissiou. uuuuu.eu v ,lh Hour8 wefa from tnree to flV6 evening there Is tho cow to milk and warned him "not to speak of the in- ing today at 102 and was registered ,""TW1, of all financial obligations and thirty-fiv- e Governors had Gameg were ptayed and day that at the end ot to get a the horses and pigs to be ted. Then cident. He was found by a woodman, nt 103 Sunday. accepted invitations to be were ,ervod. AU sported a most la year. He declared he would go to comes their own evening meal. Aft- and lie went at once to ithe. police. vwu .r. , u..time during the week. ,e t,me Those present wer0. h Would give before er It is over and the dishes are wash"t penltent,ary baby hishe from a horse two weeks ago, is still tb'e girl or While thouasnds of veterans of name. and Catherlne ed there is a little time for reading Lecture to Sunday School. the in a critical condition. both sides are here and other thou- - wm Woman's organizations have sent Tna and Ura MdUff Be. or perhaps for sewing. At Hartford Court House at eight Mrs. B. C. Austin and daughter, sands aro on their way to participate atr,ce t pla, ThBV declare f Beatr,ce arlffin Em,ly "No, we don't wear men's overalls, o'clock p. m., July 6, Professor Dudanniversary encamp- - Pend,eU) o Beaver Dam and Mrs In the great gan Dlego skagg8 FIora blooniera or jumpers when we are ley ot Earllngton, a great Sunday Hazel Marla . Mary ColUns of Taylor Mines are inent commo...oruuB protectron. Butthe baby, Rhoaa8( willlo Bennett, Amelia Plrtle, at work' said Miss Blosser. "It's School man will give the lecture at guests tot B. J and LD French u4. oett.vHDrK, mere are q ftnd mwt a(ortu. Bennett; Messrs. Park Tap- - just as easy to be noat and clean on night. There will be no service at the the quiet little jtwet of the .town a Danlel the farm as In the city. We are Just' Methodist Church that night, on ac- !h wh6, fifty .. seven girls who value count ot this lecture. two home-lovin- g , yottJ -, ensboro Wednesday until Friday wUh years ago, acted as volunteer nurses uu,u Zvm j "- health as the greatest blessing, and Every body Is cordially invited to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holbrook ot Max- for Union and Confederate veterlaas and the DUtrlct Attorney we are enjoying that blessing, thanks come to hear Professor Dudley talk exchange prints the following: An wel'' alike, when the thundering guns ot 'swear that the prosecution will be to the open air. Suffragettes? Well, about the Sunday School, what the waa Mrs. Ellen King and daughter, Lue, continued until a Jury returns a ver- battlo were piling up a gruesome total A guest In a Cincinnati hotel Sunday School Is for, why people negro porter, hardly." killed and wounded. Perhaps to no shot and killed. . The of dlct MUa Johnston says she could The farm work, proper is only, a should attond It, How it affects the went to Owensboro Monday. wlt-tlowas a Mr. Arvan Smith spent Sunday with bappy u Ervay would only give her one of the seven aro the recollec- who heard the shooting, ness at the trial. "How many shot means to an ead with the girls. young people ot the land.. I am sure rolattves at Palo. xl that time more vivid than Their specialty a raising Blngle-cooi- b that you , will not regret iff you Mrs. C. C. Taylor is on the sick , v.by his name she doesat want him .. hB hep husband. And the baby atai they re to Mrs. Salome M. Stewart, did you heart" "Two shots, sah, ho White Leghorn and.slag-le-wpBtack come tVyu will be highly entertain "How far apart were they.!" list. who with the exception of an expect ed. I have heard him and know that cooes and smiles as It the 'world had way," explained the Minorca chickens, terval.of a few years, has lived in the "Bout like dls been very good to her. an negro, clapping his hands with an to raise their own teed and do their be is a fine speaker and, a tine man. Marriage Uccim. same houso that was used as own marketing of fowls aad eggs beEvery time you. meet any one fell oeiency hospital during the famous Interval ot about a second between sides raising everything else tor him thai Professor Dudley lectures Dysentery ' Is always ''serious' and William C. WlUoughby,. ,Prentlfs, (claps. "Where were you when he ' at tho court house this coming Sun- and Mattle Meadors, Little Bead, Ky. ofteu a dangerous' disease, "but It Shining a gentle-vetera- their own sustenance. Among the notable arrivals at the first shot fired?" day night, and urge them to be sure J. A. Stewart and Ada Allen, Bea- - ' can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic. camp yesterday was Gen. mans' shoes In tho basement ot do Chojera and Diarrhoea Remedy has to come tor what he shall say will ver Dam, route 3. you when the War Oi SuffragrttM were Daniel Sickles, who declined hotel hotel." Where Sincerely, Aljea and Dusaa Parks, route' cured It even when malignant and hearing. L. B. "Ah was The passive attitude of the Eng- be worth in favor ot a tent pitched second shot was tired?" epWeaxlc. For sale by 'all dealers." a 3, Beaver Dam. . W; E. SAVILLE,. Pastor. lish authorities towards the lawless 2p0n the site where he lost his leg passing 'de Big Fo depot." . " camp'Pe u.0,u of--th- 1n'.H'2: CP"S " , ?sesr I f t2?'ad I gg - ed antler, ".. .o ... ncii-vicso- j j,j com-tnornl- com-Bufo- rd on er, . Pft - T,J1 en-so- iu '.,. b.uB . - sz?isi tHMor jrr L "zzsfir ns b 2tte i ns ii Eiglail v.. -. ,- - M Handle eggs with care. TRIBUTE TO BARD OF AVON mmmm d Vetch enriches the soil. Keep only pure bred stock. Trees need much cultivation. BREAKING IT TO SAM By QEORQE BINGHAM. Flower Uarden Contains Every Shrub, Mentioned In Plays f or Plant Shakespeare. Tradition has It that Shakeapcaro COURIER - JOURNAL "Alllo, I'm goln to ask you onco pitality dispensed at a certain tavern For milk production bran beats corn more to marry mo. 1'vo got a farm In Brentford, and until recently this meal. ihrlMimomMA, over vonder In that river-bottowas tho only direct association which ! There's a house therol It's well fitted this portion of Greater Indor. could-- T..1 Wild oats often transmit smut to up ror mo ana you noi lor mo u" claim with tho world's chief dramathe oat Holds. somebody else." tlst. to tho "8am, I know you have waited for Now, however, a tram-ridJust now tho silo Is certainly prov- me and I couldn't decide, but now 1 Shakespeare garden In Ilavcnscourt ing Itself a friend In need. 1th, brings tho pohave decided; I'll go and bo your park. Hammoi go." a llttlo green board wife. I'll et's devotees to No othor class of moat Is so subject "When will It bo, Alllo? Tonight:' which conveys this Intimation: "This to Improvement as mutton. day garden contains all tho herbs and gar-de"No, not tonight but the next after Thanksgiving." plants mentioned In Shakespeare s No animal on the farm should suffer ' Sam was happy and went to his timrlr a from hunger, thirst or cold. Many an Interesting hour may bo borne. Teach the colt to walk. .,nt hom in nn occuDatlon at once i The great objection to vetch hay Is -Tho ........... a ml mill., And the big., .1 -- -..u nnmlnv uu. boII. merary uuuI I. ..!... ilturit In Inditing Corn seeds a mellow the difficulty In curing It properly. flakes of snow drifted through tho i . nrin.i,,i an,i printed page tho plants and flowers keen air and settled on the frown , Order the garden seed now. First-clas- s meat cannot be obtained ground. It was Thanksgiving and tho wi,creaboutB of tho Shakespearean in flguro which from animals that are poor In flesh. day was good for killing hogs. Hm eare In selecting brood sows. dramas. Dock Hill built fires Before sun-uOn tho estate of tho countess of The calf stall should be plentifully Dirty eggs should never bo market supplied with good clean dry bedding. under the big kettles down In the Warwick In Essex thero Is a worthy horse lot and the neighbors came over tribute to the Uard of Avon. It Is a sC to help him. The neighbor womeu known as the "Shake-spoarTo successfully combat disease, It Is wrapped shawls around their heads piece of land Horses will be high for at least an Border." and includes every essential to know the sources of Infec- and flocked To the house to assist other fear. (lower, Bhrub, and vegetable mentiontion. Dock's wife in preparing the big din ed by the poet. Every specimen Is ner. Mach of the milk sold In cities la labeled, not only with Its botanic Tho cow that. Is a persistent milker That morning Sam went across tho name, but also with tho quotation two and three days old. Is the one that should be kept In he field to Dock Hill's. When he arrived from tho play In which it Is mention there other men were standing around ed. London Mall. Weeds are Just as subject to disease herd. the roaring firo built between two aa are cultivated plants. A little cayenne pepper In the mash large logs, upon which rested the AT ALL HAD NO DELUSIONS y will warm the hens up and help cure scalding kettles with The flesh of very, young animals water. . colds. lacks flavor 'and Is" watery. Sam came through the patch of Sweet Angelina Did Not Give the Sweet Response Henry So Ar Until the trees begin to shade the weeds and climbed the rail fence. So tax as can be done, select the "We're waltln fer you. The water's dently Expected. ground they should be cultivated frelargest and best 'sows for breeders. gettln' hot," some one called. Then quently. this same person In a lower tone spoke Love's young dream Is Indeed a Planners should be thinking about asparagus patch waa not cov- to those around him: "I wonder If beautiful thing. Sweet Angelina and If the jgettlBf seed for next season's plant yetT I wonder Henry thought It hardly possible such ered with manure In the fall, better he's heered the news icg. how he's goin' to take bliss could be theirs as they sat on do It now. . "You tell him. Jim." the river bank In the cool of an AugTo bare horses of ondurance give Jim Carpenter spoke up. "Sam, ust evening. good care, good stock looks With tbe colts a cbatiee to develop their you heerd the news!" They met only at weekends, for better, does better, and pays better have BNiecIes. "No, whut Is ItT" he was a toller In the city, and he than scrubs. "Why, didn't you heer about Allle found It cheaper to lodge near his King aad Minnetonka Ironclad rasp running away last work. Scraps saved at butchering time and Ben Tillman ixjifcta are good rod varieties for gen. And now the blessed week-enegg stimulating feed In night?" make a fine eral planting.' Sam never moved but his face spent at home was here, and he could cold weather. changed color, changed from a healthy see nothing but uninterrupted happiSoM infections are the hardest ,to ' Lumber and straw properly used red to a sickly pale. ness till Monday morning. He slipped control and crop rotation alone can "Dock, I don't reckon I can help his arm round his sweetheart's waist. than will furnish warmth cheaper -tceompllsh It. vou today. I'm not feelln good," ha "Dearest!" he said. feeds. aid. Her gaze was fixed on the water. prosper-oe-s Tfce time Is past when the Sam went toward his home over In "Darling!" he murmured again, Learn to distinguish between a new tanner can afford to ignore the laid egg and a stale egg; a fresh egg the Cumberland river bottomsof and drawing her towards him. "Can you of straw. after he was out of hearing one the guesa why I come home every Saturand a storage egg. men spoko up: "Say, Sam don't seem day?" day for the Three feeds of milk a Allle did run off "Yes," was the scarcely whispered A large part of the food for poultry to keer a durn If ne calf aro better than the samo should be grain because they are with that other feller, does he?" away answer. amount In two feeds. An old man f;Bed the smoke "What Is It, dearest?" ho asked, natural grain eaters. from his face and answered: "Young anxiously waiting for the sweet reflock on pure and Ftoed the chicken n.. VH T...W ronton nrA nnt worth !. feller, you can't alluB tell when a ply that he felt sure must be hovering ..w UQI xfcolcsome food and provide pure wawhile If you can't keep them well man's heart has been hurt. Sam's one on those pretty lips. ter In clean utensils. of them men that can't be seen Into. "It's It's for your clean clothes. stretched and stapled. You can't see the real Sam by looking Isn't It?" she queried softly. trees will not stand neg-Igr- t, The best If you want to be really up to date. Into his face. He's one of these quiet vhlle the tioor trees will respond sweep down the ceiling of your sta- sort of men. A better one never To Town Under False Pretenses. readily to good treatment lived." bles and whitewash them. "I was bora in the dark of the moon Sam Williams went to his borne and and foredoomed to ride two loads in Otocrve with care and note as a are rel- saddled his horse. Slowly down the the rear of the antepenultimate!" Soft coal first point that a cow should have a ished by pigs or coal cinders of the road he started with an ashy face and and hogs because body. targe and ample-sUe-d eyes that looked at nothing. His horse mordaclously explained Pip Maudlin, mineral matter they contain. took him to the nearest village where the popular clubman of Skecdee, as he stood humped up and hopeless at An old animal properly fattened and pure bred calf would be whisky was sold. Late that afternoon Tenth street and Grand avenue. "I health would be preferable to a The choice most appropriate gift he came back. His horse was In a Ui splendid and at ytmag one in poor condition. run, and Its rider, with a long read In the 'Speaking the Public Mind j dead for either the boy or the girl. pistol In one hand, started the people department in The Star where a helpful gent announced that the wind was The Plymouth Itocks, Wyandottes, Get the corn and Kaffir fodder fed living In sight of the road with shots giving a grand free exhibition at this Rhode Island Reds and Orpingtons are out soon. It Is of greater feeding value and wild whoops. by floating the hats of the men recosamended for milk feeding. "Well did you ev er!" an old corner as now than It will be next spring. the tops of the buildings "If that ain't Sam as high woman exclaimed. linger-eof the ladles Remove the male birds from the ItT Nrer and starting the If your sweet corn seed Is mixed Williams. Who'd a thought vieck Immediately after the breeding with field corn belter feed It to the saw him that way before, and I kaln't in the same direction. Having buBlness In Kay See this week, anyhow, I a. and market no fertile eggs. , believe my old eyes now." chickens and buy new next spring. my date two days ahead and came of that day set When the darkness Ct takes a mellow soil to grow corn, grew right along. And now, by jfmplecute, Feed only as much cabbage as the came the wind settled, the air as soon as I get here the wind dies vm& you can make the soil mellow chickens will eat up Immediately; softer and snow began falling. down flat, till if I had the only match before pUatlog time by plowing now. wilted, half rotten cabbage Is harmful. Dock Hill opened his front door and within a hundred miles I could light "Hit's my cigar with perfect safety. And looked out Into the darkness. Tter quick fattening of poultry noth. A snug, clean, dry, well lighted poul Jest peppering down snow. I'll bet the I And that In my haste to get hero I .&m beats a mash of cornmeal and try house goes a long way toward woodpile Is covered up In the morning. forgot to bring the list of things I 'cnTIk, fed wars about three times a making the flock pay dividends In win- Don't believe I ever seed It snow so Wanted to buy. Kansas day. brisk. HI, whuts that big light I see City Star. ter. house. over to'ards Sam Williams' Pulteta, commencing to lay, produce my bat, I'm gone; Sam's house ground have been Sorghum small ggs at first and old hens at the- found to be seeds about 10 per cent Gimme English 8tate Horses. Is afire!" worth uoultlnx time are prone to do llke- less than corn for A curious interest attaches to the pur Away across the hills toward the ' Tl5. horses which draw the poses. river bottom a huge light made a bole cream-colorestate coach of the sovereign on cereIn the darkness. money Invested Ftor the amount of Good breeding and good feeding are Dock drew near to the house of Sam monial occasions. These "ponies," as i tfce poultry business, it pays a spe- so closely related that they must go Williams and saw the red flames and they are called, represent the white Parser jwoBt than any other farm together; one Is useless without the spark-ladesmoke rise up in the horso which was the standard of tho cially. night, and heard the roof of the house ancient Saxons, and Is still preserved other. falling. Nearly breathless he ran up, In the royal shield of tho House of Care of the hogs does not mean No plant or treo Is fit for setting and there on the yard fence be saw Hanover, by which It was reintroduced reeding alone, but giving them England. The famous whlto necessary to keep them In out unless It has made a normal, Sam Williams sitting with a gun In Into horse carved on the slope of Ufflngton healthy growth. Neither extreme Is his hand. health. desirable. "Go back home, Dock. This is my hill In Berkshire Is a proof that It was house and I've got a right to do as I known to our Saxon ancestors, who on top of the Good looking fruit thus recorded their great victory over should be sown back, 1aaiet will got you now customers. In For sets onion seed the time when like. Go the AregoInback." building wan the Danes. Who has not heard of "Tho early spring, at about the After )ot mly honest quality lower down seed is sown In the open field for fall beyond control of anyone who might Scouring of the White Horso?" LonwiQ Veep thorn. or dry onions. want to Interfere, Sam took his borso don Chronlclo. from the stable, started a Are in the sheep on A timall flock of vigorous Unless the garden Is on high ground large hayloft and galloped away down Sad Memories. tarra If glvon good care cannot the well spent to put In a his steed. There are The curse of this life is that whatlieij but yield good returns for tho It will be timeditches and bo have an the road on community who beard peothe ever Is once known can never be unfew drainage ple In this Einoy lnvestod. earlier garden. boofbeats of Sam's horse as be swopt known. You Inhabit a spot, which bedown the road that night, The sleo of the udder Isn't always It does not require any great abil- are none who have seen him but there fore you Inhabited It Is as Indifferent since. to you as any other spot upon earth, :a aure Indication of tho cow's milk that there Is a (Copyright, by Dally 8tory Pub. Co.) and when, persuaded by some necesgiving capacity. The quality Is of ity at figures to show hogs when ttey In selling great waste sity, you think to leave It, you leave importance. are but halt fed. It not; it clings to you, and with memThsy All Read Alike. Cut the branches close to the larg"The average novel Is insipid." Mid ories of things, which In your expericalves can er ones or main trunk, and cover the Frequently good heifer keep family James L. Ford, the noted critic, at a ence of them, gave no such promise, men who revenges your desertion. Time flows tmXx wound with white lead and oil be bought from dinner. cows In town and have no facilities to keep out the air. "I was taking te one afternoon in on, places are changed; friends who for raising the calves. Washington square, when my hostess were with us are no longer with A profitable crop cannot be grown, to bar parlor naid us; yet what has been seems yet to A hog fed on corn alone from tho suddenly turned be, but barren and stripped of life. m land deficient In humus, which la Is weaned from the sow until and cried: the same thing aa. rotted sod or rotted time It at eighteen months old sel"'Oh, Marie, horrors I What have Percy Bysshe Shelley. butchered wiaoure, with fertiliser alone. you done With my new novelsf dom pays for his keep. Dlfference of Opinion. "'X Just gathered them frost the The yard and Bleeping quarter Tbe lafge matf'-wittwo tables, ma'am, to make roost for the red 'no the retail town trade milk-feFor be kopt dry and clean, aa service,' the maid answered, sneeied hugely. air and dampness are two things chickens bring a higher price and are, ths tea "You seem to have 'a bad cold," realways In greater demand than those 'and I piled than all together on this tfeal a sheep cannot endure. marked ths mall..one. , commode bare.' fattened on any other ration. my hostess cried. The large Individual glared. "'Perdition It behooves the farmer to study his Success In dairy farming depends as 'What am I I' do now 7 Dlda't you "It's tbe beet,, ,broadest, , noisiest to oils carefully and keep close watch the books oa the most successful coW I ever had'" be Marie, much upon good common sense as for diseases which may be lying upon anything --else. But this Is not know, table I'dthat read, while those on retorted. "I guess "you are a bum small to spray his fruit trees forsaaat there, must be good oaa I hadn't? Now they'll authority oa colds, ala'C you?"' and apply the kulfo when necessary. enough. There upon which to stock- the Urge ch And tbe thin aaav dfrea'lato Ua exarand good feed all be mixed up, and I'll never avrfl to get rid of his weeds of all aewsMBer, are waiohl'" . lt - .- .. urts. -e n I --- hoswas a frequent partaker of the For 1913. You can not keep posted on current r X events unless you read the COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, K v. ... I - HENRY WATERSON, Knmm p WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L o AND -- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for I dirty-lookin- g $1.5 0. Eegular price of Weekly Courier-Journ$ 1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. al al i in combi- & ltr ... t high-price- d To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate. Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. ,!. Rules Governing Pony Contest. 1. Any boy or girl not over the ago of 16 years, living-- In Ohio coun- . e -' ty, may enter the contest. 2. This contest shall begin Friday, March 21, 1D13. and shall close on Saturday June 2S, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will bo printed iu Republican for the 1'hc Hartford first four weeks of the content. These coupons when properly filled out may oo voted by anyone for any contest ant. To be complete they must Include tho border. To bo counted they must be brought or uiailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before the date shown on each pay all arrears owing and votes will bo issued accordingly, thus, say Or a total of seven years: 2 ar reara COO votes, 5 years In advance 2,000 votes, total 2,500 vote. 9. Voting counons and subiorif tlons must be sent dtreot to th On teat Editor. Monoy sont by mall must bo registered, money order or check, otherwise Tho Hartford Republican will not bo held responsible for it la any way. 10. Votea can bo secured only by the means sot forth In thew rule. )in f ,mllk-makln- g d n o-crfi i d koo-whi- - will be made at any time, until tho final count, when th winners will be announced. The balcoupon. lot box will' be In plain view In 3. Contestants will bo furnished will ba securely with receipts to be glvon for all pay- this office. The box locked and tho key deposited at the ments on subscriptions, and aa many for fisample copies of The Ropubllcau as Bank of Hartford until time nal count. desired. 13. Tho contestant, boy or sirl. 4. Special voting coupons will bo who receives tho highest number of Issued for payments ou subscripclass, gentlu tions, (new or old) aa suowu by votes will receive a first Shetland Pony to schedule herewith. The3a can be vot and well broken of hams' ed at any time during the contest. gether with a full sot will be given The number of votes Indicated will and a pony buggy and is mal. lu no manner be changed during the to the winner after count Tha contestant, boy or girl h reT progress of tho contest. celves tha secoud highest vote will SCHEDULE OP VOTES FOR receive a $30. bicycle; If boy Is i ner, a boy's blcyclo and If girl ' bicycle. The contf One year .... $1.00.... 200 votes wluner, a girl's ant, boy or girl, who receives thft Two ycar3 ... 2.00.... 500 votes receive a 1S third Three years . 3.00.... 1,000 votes gold highest vote will watch. Four years 4.00.... 1,400 votes competent and Impartul 14. Five years 5.00.... 2,000 votea Judges Three will be selected to count tha C. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their lm votoa on hour tha contest closes. by enterl 15. All contestants, mediate family, may eater tha conthis contest, bind themselves to test. and abide by tte foregoing C. Votes can not ha bought, and once Issued to, or cast for, any con- rules. 16. The publishers of The Harttestant, may not be transferred to tlmui another. All subscriptions securod ford Republican shall at all any l" be willing ond glad to furnish uy contestants, together with the money for same, are the property ot!fmat,on ,n reard t0, th 'J'f con- 17. The hour of closing The Hartford Republican and must be publicaturned Into this office. Subscriptions teat will be announced by tion in the lssuo of tho week pre taken In the name of one contestant may not be transferred' to another ceding the close. In any manner, but must ba turned In to this 'office and counted for the FOR, FLETCHERS one in whose .name they were seAny constant dropping out cured. of the contest .111 lose the votea , SlOOpsr Plate. cast for them. was paid, at banquet to Henry Cl-- y 7. Contestants, or their friends, in New Orleans, in 1842. Mighty cos need not tell anybody anything about ly for those with stomach trouble w their votes; if they do, they must indigestion. To day people every tell the truth or'lhey will bo ruled where use Dr. King's New Life Pll- out of the contest. for these troubles as well as liver, S. Ko 'subscription may be taken kidney and bowel disorders. Ea3' for more than five years in advance, safe, sure. Only 25 cts at all drugj but in. addition an old subscriber may glats. a"' of tho votes pt will receive any aid from The Hartford Republclan about any contestant's vote. No count 11. No contestant Children Cry -- CASTOR A MSHtxif&t fc i,w?as,ejSi. . irsHMMffliiisignlitiiiMsriiln "TT- . m' M'PawasjsasS fcMp! NiKuii'ww-P- wifnw"" SUGGESTIONS BY HEIGHT . OF FORK OF TREES FIRST BLOOD FOR In BRIDGET Repartee GAME WARDEN IS It Never Growc Higher Than , U STATE EDITORS How Kentucky Schools May Be Where First Noted, Declares an Authority. the Point Colleen Scores Heavily i f AaV Match With Nagging York shire Maid. BUSY IN DAVIESS Diclares 36 Prominent Hunters Have Not Taken Out License. C5 9 Improved. I TO EXTEND TERM IN OFFICE. Superintendent of Public trtitruction Should Have More Time to Carry Aim Should Be EduOut Reform cation Rather Than Instruction Importance of Electing Good Official. Why Not? . ' I ' From the Louisville Tlmra. The nwnkciMMl nml more Intelligent interest In nil tlmt ixrlaliis to cducn-UoIn the cominonwenlth supgeHtR nn Inquiry In pome qiinrtcrs. Why not, they nsk, ho contrive ns tlint n coni tinuity of reform lie tnnde (tie more certain hy eriiilttliiK n nocoml term , to the (tupiTlnlondent of jmbllc liiHtruc-tlon- ? Allowing for the time neccxHiiry for him to Hhnke down In his office ntid become nt home with the routine, how, in (lie oner cnncc ion, may nc nope to , Hlmpe nnd perfect plans that nhnll have time to bloxbom mid benr fruit? In It not cvHctitlitl thnt If those plnn n $ meet public approval and support they i5 Riven every widest opportunity to prove their worth hy remillH? The KiiKKeMlon 1h worth consideration. There Is much to be Mild for It and something, no doubt, on the other Hide, Hut, nt first glimee, we lire free to state thnt It "listens." well. an Our 8logan "Education vestment; Ignorance it a tax." I Borne people through careless observation bellevo that the fork of a forest tree will gradually grow higher from the ground. If they would investigate It would be found that the forks and "heads" of frultTrees nt at exactly the same point whero they were when first noted. The state forester In Inspecting lo- cuFt and cat a! pa groves throughout the state, says the Indiana Farmer, has found owners who have not removed one part of the fork of those trees that hnve formed forks below the fence post length, believing that In years the fork would grow up and a fence post could bo cut below the fork. This erroneous belief Is the cause of much ... ..! I - ,1 .1.1 . J . I . ui me uciuy uuu ui'Blci'l ui jiuiiiii& m early life of street and roadside trees. It should be remembered that the base of a fork or a branch of a tree will nlwavs remain nt the same dis- tnnco above the ground. The side firotifiltoa tt unmti trnna antYm an itk elm, usually continue to grow upward, while those of other trees, such as ' the maples, incline upward when young nnd as the tree grows older ' the weight of the branches gradually j brings it to the horizontal. The latter often makes the removal of large branches necessary, which not only spoils the symmetry of the tree, but usually starts decay, which soon kills the tree. No street or roadside tree should be permitted to form a fork below ten feet and all of the side branches to the tame height should be removed so that they will shade the adjacent crop less. ' If this Is done the tree In time will grow a saw log below the branches. Bridget had just come over from Ireland, and she had started to woik at a large Arm in Uradford. Ono of the girls who wbb noted for being unfamiliar with soap was very aggressive to the young colleen. She had been teasing her one dinner hour, when a group of girls was, watching. The repartee match waxed warm, the Yorkshire lass losing heavily. The finishing touch came when Drldget, suddenly turning to one of the girls, said: "What's this one's name?" pointing to her rival. "Lily," was the answer. "What!" said Drldget, ironically. "Judging by her dirty face, I've been after taking her for a spud never mind a lily." Tlt-Blt- This is Your Chance to Cut the Cost by Acting Now THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year ft 5 of m Who Knows the ShaddockT And here Is a man who says that the shaddock Isn't the eraDe fruit at .11 ... ntltrn Ik.n ,f... .. . are like gazelles. "I have," he says, "never seen a shaddock here in the market. The shaddock la a big lUot piga In- From the Itimrrll Democrat. Herein Ilex the luiortnnce of educa I SECRET OF JTRUE HAPPINESS consequently ... .. , ,, w r 'citrus decumana, andYork Mail. run the same thlng.-N- ew "P ,,our 7"u, ,n" " L(VC """ .,,, ' as six grape fruits. You would have to get more than 75 cents for It; be- cause one shaddock would serve a party of six any time. The Juice' tastes very different from the grape fruit." He also declares that the grape fruit should not have any bitter taste that this taste is imparted to it by falling on the ground, the spray from the rind being sent through the pulp by the fall. "If," he says, "Americana could get the fruit of the grape fruit as it Is picked they would never again eat the fruit that has been knocked about from hand to.hand." All of which Is referred to the scientific Owcnsboro, Ky., June 23. Thirty-si- x prominent rcsdlents of Daviess county are known to he exercising the privilege of hunting without having procured the necessary license 9 from the county clerk's office. C. J. Mosely, state game warden, has nn efficient corps of deputies throughout the county, who aro keeping their 49 J eyes open to the crack of the gun, and for the unlawful fisherman's net. Mr. Jlosely stated on Saturday afternoon that it was not the purpose of his office to put the citizens of the county to unnecessary expense and trouble, but that he considered it his duty to execute the laws of the state, of which he Is an officer. At stated periods the game wardens Inspect the names cf those who have procured the right to hunt, through license. He expects to take out warrants' against all of those who failed to get license. . ALL THREE A YEAR TO YOU FOR $1,75 ft G THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year FARM AND RANCH $1.00 a year BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1.50 J 0 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN $1.00 a year HOLLAND'S MAGAZINE $1.00 a year BOTH A YEAR TO YOU FOR. $1.50 ?Jt $. IV IIU tlon. We should educate rather than Instruct, because It Is far more Itnimr-tau- t to cultivate the mind than to store the memory, nnd Instruction Is only a part of education. Studies are a mean sud not nn end. Children arc by nature eager for information. They are always putting questions, and this ought to be encouraged. Their Instincts may be trusted to a great extent, and lu that case they will do much to educate themselves. school there are two things their parents should bear ' In mind. There should be a progressive, energetic county school superintendent, and the acaool trustees must take interest In their work nnd do their very best to get the beet results possible in tbelr respective districts. There are not two more important officers In the county than that of superintendent rfmmA trustee. Dear this In mind when you are called on to elect them and jrote for those who are qualified to fill these place. (From the Berry Citizen. Physiology, hygiene and other features pertaining to sanitation should have a proper place upon the curriculum of the school at this place and taught regularly each week. In order that these subjects my be properly handled the four physicians of Berry should be placed In charge. Each one of them would be willing to give an hour of his time each week to the school aa an Instructor upou sanitary or hygiene science. The were teaching of physiology, while It may Interest somewhat and tickle the fancy of many of the children, does not protect one against tuberculosis, typhoid fever and other infectious diseases. These subjects would not be too difficult to teach, and either if our physicians could make them understandable, Interesting and valuable. If our children are (From the Shelby Itecord.) to Improve at St. Klldan Parliament. One feature of St. Kildan life would Whether you are heppy or not de- nenda ution whether vou fllne out have appealed strongly to Doctor Jonn- what Whitman calls "the flag of your , son if he had carried out his intention disposition" to the breeze, and arc ot spending a winter on the Island, ready to be pleased by what repine "The men of St. Kllda," writes John and be querulous whether In a palace Bands, "are in the habit of congregat-o- r a dungeon; others would find roses In In front of one of the houses In the middle ot the Arabian m0Bt eyery morning for the discussion business. I called this assembly the desert and behold the sunshine rather squalor from the I parliament, and, with a laugh, they than the back-yargarret window, "The eye sees what adopted the name. When the subject it brings the means of seeing." Make!'8 exciting they talk with loud voicesuo vour mind that It Is fun to live and all at one time, but when the quesand you will find reasons sprouting tlon la once settled they work togeth like mushrooms on every band to con- er in perfect harmony. Shall we go to solan-geesor ling, or mend firm your theory. But If you decide catch that the game Isn't worth the candle, the boat today? Such are some examevery hour will provide you with a ples of the questions .that' occupy the fresh excuse for a gloomy face and a bouse. Sometimes disputes are settled bitter speech or still more bitter taci- by drawing lots." turnity. The strong men and women and the useful ones are those who re- One Way to Curs Habit of Stuttering. joice, and "praise our God for that Recently a woman phythey served his world." sician wrote a pamphlet on "Stuttering Children," and sent it to all her friend's. In it she told the mothers Excusable at Times. Those aging, bereft victims of thin- of all children who are Inclined to ning locks may need to supplement na- stutter that the way to aggravate the ture, but there Is no need for girls to affliction la to notice it. "Pay no attention to It," she wrote, spoil their beauty and become artift-- ' "but when the child talks, particularly clal. This is not caustic talk-- Were that clearly, praise him for it. Keep blm being given, actual comment over In the open air as much as possible. heard in public places would be quot- There are only a few cases that must ed. It Is plain fact, and so Is this, that be sent to a school to' overcome the the gaze which follows the girl or stuttering habit" woman "madeup" Is more often of beGrammar aa a Burglar Alarm. wilderment wonder, disapproval, than Mrs. Hubb I allow my husband no of admiration. A few years ago the woman or girl latch key. He rings and I ask who's who "painted" was as conspicuous as there: then he says, "It's I," and I a lone church spirt against blue sky open the door. Mrs. Kawler But supose a thief and people shied' from her. Now there pass scores, wearing dif- should ring and say the same thing ferent tlnts'of roseate hue, while the you'd be in a fix. Mrs. Hubb Oh, a thief wouldn't anrest ot the world wonders at this inno vation, happy In the belief that aucb swer "It's 1;" he'd say. "It's ma." only It Is, and that Itjias not come to stay. New York Telegram. blljVllldlfc Yours. ' d e, well-know- n Prophetic Retort. The governor ot Virginia, at a time when Washington as a mere youth BANKERS OFFER PRIZES ventured to remonstrate against the CORN GROWING CLUBS, Injustice of a certain decree, turned F0R fiercely upon the young man and inquired: "And who the dickens are you, sir?" Georgetown Men Will Dispense With With a cold but courteous bow, the Calendar Advertising to Carry young Virginian, drawing himself up Out Plan. to his proud height, frigidly replied: "Nobody in particular Just now, but Calendar advertising will he dispens- for the future, sir, somebody In gened with by the bankers of Georgetown eral."The haughty emphasis on the word this year, says the Louisville Herald, and the money usually spent along that general, It la said, sent a cold chill line will be given by the bankers in running up and down the governor's prises to the Boys' Corn Growing club spine, which it required seven mint Juleps and six bottles ot port to reof Scott county. .Commissioner of Newmau recently received a lieve. Judge. communication from the bankers of Georgetown stating thnt such action Crusoe's Problem, had been decided upon at n meeting of Robinson. Crusoe bent and looked the bankers. As n result of this action at the footprint In the sands. "Of about 1200 from that source will be course," said he to himself, "this In given In prises. dlcates that Friday la somewhere Tbki seems to be a snue and sensible near." thing to do. Calendar advertising Then bis brow knit In perplexity. brings Inadequate returns for. the, mon"But what in thunder am I going to state do to keep the reader's attention for ey invested. The banks ot this y are spending $30,060 or 940,000 anunai-l- the next four'aaysT" for calendars,, and exceptju rare He began kicking sand into the rases this J a "dead" expense- - It was jtootprtat all right years' ago when banks. Mrst "For this," he murmured, "this Is began to use this medium of ad, vertls-lag- , Monday, nil day!" bat bow practically every bust-sea- s bouse In every tows passes oat Paradise for Qrsuchss, t, calendars to Its customers. 'The bsw same for aursers of sjrenehss the" the miller, the butcher, beep, started up at Coney island. fejfacksmlth and' others make abid for has As a'resuft the It Js .called' ''the;. Cave of pestnictivef tMW lu'tMstway. bswk'h.custoBisrs have. Mere ealesdara The proprietor has nn endless supply than .they know what tojdo wHh seal of' crockery, and tor 5 eats yen can tfcsw artist; re-s-op boss ofvsutyes break aa much china with throe balls sVprsclatod, We the tJMtqaorf.. as yew aim r permits. that tjw lead, A rowdita about the booth al day. towsT IrtWersJwiil be follow by the audi many eour)fsoed nein go away bauheys aW'ofer the. suti. wasting broad smiles. New York Bub. Agrl-rlculturmer-chan-- CASTORI Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A There is more Catarrh in this section of lite country htan all other 0 diseases put together, and until tho last few years was supposed to.be incurable. For a great many years tfr doctors pronounced It a local dis 4? Your ease and prescribed, local remedies, i ejf and by constantly falling to cure with ' 4)9 local treatment, .pronounced It incurable. Science has' proven catarrh of to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treat-nine- t. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., ToClerk's office, at Hartford, Ky. Said ledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional right to reject cure on the market. It is taken in- Board reserves the bids. Bond with good and ternally In doses from 10 drops to a any and allsecurety, LUNGS. as required by AND CURE teaspoonful. It acts directly on the) sufficient law, will be required of the success blood, and mucous surfaces of the sysWITH tem. They offer ono hundred dollars ful bidder. by order of Ohio County for any case It falls to cure. Send Done Board of Drainage Commissioners, for circulars and testimonials. 16, 1913. Address: P J. 11ENEY & 0., Toledo, this June Ohio County Board of Drainage Ohio. f Commissioners, by Sold by Druggists, 75c. S. T. BARNETT, Ch'm'n. Take Hall's Family Pills for ConpWiTHWTMlUNtTMBlBU. A Copy Attest. stipation. QVAMAWmXD aULXIffFAOTOsntl Sec'y. W. S. TINSLEY. OK XOsTIT KK7UVDXD. Buy It now. Chamberlain's Colic, During the summer months mothers Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdy Is alyoung children should watch for nuiRf. rprtnln in lm nofwlpri tufnro thn of thf, boW; ? ""natUrf1 loosenet! summer Is over. Buy it now and bo , Prompt .hen prepad-fo- r such an emergency. -- For i THV ve sale by all dealers. adv. inus I,uuu. Beriuus uruuuio uiuy fjcwmo avoided. Chamberlain's ' Colic, Chol MACHINst era and Diarrhoea Remedy can al Notice to Water Users. OF? s ways be, depended upon. For sale by Persons who have hydrants must QUALITY adv. not attach hose and leave water all dealers. running over night, and they are not allowed to use same to water gardens. NOT We want everybody to have plenty SOLD of water, and It Is not fair to those UNDER living at end or near end of pipe ANY OTHER line to be shut off from the water NAME. by the constnt waste between them and the tank. Unless persons at- WARRANTED FOR. ALL TtJIIIC. tend to their hydrants and keep them closed over night, we shall be comIf you purcboM the NKW HOME yba wlB have a life aatet at t.he pjce ou pay, and wtlt pelled to shut water off wherever. not have an endless chain of repairs. Not the oldest not Respectfully, this Is neglected. Kentucky Light & Power Co. the biggest but the STRONGEST in surIf you are a housowfe you cannot Co01" plus security to policy 1 reasonably hope to he healthy or holders. beautiful by .washing dishes, sweepHighest ratio of asing and doing housework all day, land Cheapest I sMarBSslli crawling into bed dead tired at night. sets to iabili ties among fm-jL-ktbeesJ vjl You must get out into the open air all the established life V nssssBSssaW m in Kmf and sunlight. If you do this every insurance companies in w day and keep your stomach and bow-e- s America. Everything If you' want a sewlnr machine, writ fct) in good order by taking Chamberoar latest catalogue before you purchaae. absol utely guaranteed . when needed, you lain's Tablets The New Home Sewing Mactsse Co, Orange, tml No estimates. . should become both healthy and beautiful. For sale by all dealers, adv. j 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 andwe consider ourselves fortunate in being able to offer them to you at this very low combination rate. Send Order to ijs.js; HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. KILL the COUCH Dr. King's New Discovery NEW I Security Life HOME &J13 Insurance Co; L 1 .r i lw d& TaKs One Fain Fill, then Take it Easy. For Neuralgia, Bothlng Is better than Anti-Pai- n Dr. Miles' Used by tkeusaads for a feneration Pills A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. To warn people of a fearful forest! fire In the, satskllls a young girl rctio horseback at midnight and saved many lives. Her deed was glorloiuf but lives are often saved by Dr. King's Now Discovery In curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of a dreadful couugh and lung disease," writes W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex., "after four In our family had died with consumption, and I gatned 87 pounds." Nothing so sure and safe for all throt and lung troubles. Price 60c and 1.00. Trial bottje free. Guarady. anteed 'by. all druggists. Notice for Ditch Letting. Perauant- to an order ot the Ohio County Court in the. action ot Geo, A. Barnes et al., motion for a Pub-- , - should carry a guaranteed policy in th i s strong company. W.R.IIEDRICK. A. S. TANNER, - Hartford. tkc 0t NlUr Uriel Im fw 10 Cutt. CmJ m tit Kit Uti 10 CtiU c ttf kit attftr tka k' all is - Owenstoro. ni tremor UINTS'SUmv us fit m lyttttn sail . . mi im S0UU U5UTUU.IT. ,ii -- I 1 HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned s Pressed head In fifteen nlnutea,, I have also 'takes laek) for rheumatism, bead 'ache, salaa in the. breast, toothache, earache and pains In, the bowels and limbs. I have found nothing to ualt.Uea.an4. they are all. that la claimed for them." J. W. BaUXJB. Blue tlerwss. Me.' a seats., At'att aVutsisti m Never sold In bulk.. Rlkhart, Ins. Those who have suffered from neuralgic pains need not be told hovy ncceasary.it is to secure relief. The easiest?' wav out of neuralgia 'is ' to use Dr. Miles' Anti-Pai- n Pills. They have re' lieved sufferers for so many years that they have become a household necessity. 1 have taken Dr. Miles' Antl-Pat- a Fllla, for flue '.year and they are the only thing 'that doe me any food. Tbey have relieved neuralsU la my ' sbsbsbsm II BSBBBBaJUSBT H ajSkA r lie Ditch or Drain. Tho undersigned Ohio County Board of Drainage Commissioners, will on Tuesday July 8, "I -, 1 court 10 o'clock a. m., at-tdoor la Hartford, Kentucky, bouse let to the lowest and most responsible bidder, the construction of a dKoa or drain In .the above styled cause; said ditch being approximately., one "lilies long, and and three-fourtcontaining 66,545 cubic yards; the. con structloa'ot said ditch to be completed by?Deeeber 1, 1913. Plans i and specifications may be seen ou file, at the Ohio County 1913, at he KODAK 1 Your summer vacation. It will be a pleasure in after days. We sell EASTMAN KODAKS and supplies. Stock always on hand. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. " Work called for and delivered. Cfub rate $1.00 per month. , Hartford' hs U. S. FAUGHT, Praf -. ,- Glilb, Cmtrt)wnt Ky. HARTFORD, KY. ii it fej- - f .,. - 1 -- . Hartford Republican. nvmt Mtoritur rfcrd.Kr.. to iw itt ' many workers of the cheap good. ' suraer" should be ti- - pwtotnw j nc n t,e fooled tU'""d ' wool." Troy (N. moans to buy eveh The "ultimate con past the point where by talk about'frce ' Y.) Times. 'of Louisville, are the CAN NOT VOTE IN COUNTY RACES ss pie-it-s of " Mr ,nd " their Ju" 1- - Mrs. 1'. M. Brown .as given a Qf . ?? ame uoovn, v. " surprise birthday dinner by her viupi. uoum-WEATHER MONTHS. FDR has teen MUs Rosa Uou LHlto s .. friends and relatives at her home In i Act guWt. AMimt all communion, to EImwood nelghborhood SundaJ. Jlinc LiUlc MIm Elnora Robertson came Am Hartford Republican 23 her G4th anniversary. up from Glea Dean and visited her Tho excessive heat did not mar -, He Hopes That Obstacle May Be Mr. and Mr. Wll- Sum-NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS he cnj0nK.nt o tnc day, and nft- ' , Ham Hensler. . , yea Overcome In ftext Leg- F. R. Dowell and son, Wlll.e Dowell have passed away, the recollection ' have been In Louisville on bus.ncss. ni tot imoroo 0f guch pleasant occasions will bum CuoUdt.d mtm.cr!pt islature. Mrs. James T. Smith and children uVMiiC(MQtiillbr lo.t.Fr j be bright In memory. May there be Aiot;icoo. eomraaDkatloL. will tk.It to happy returns of the day. She wasi hae returned from a uslt to the ttWltli. Frankfort,- - Ky., June .2$. Con:ru- - country. the recipient of several nlc' use- Ing the Act of 1912 regarding the suf-- 1 Miss Virginia Akley Heard Is at fful presents. Those present were: LC3 Mr and Mrs Fender Austin. Mr. frage of women In school elections, home from Union Star where she has grand-parentand Mrs. W. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Superintendent of Public Instruction been for a visit to her Norval Drown and daughter Olhe. 1'anilett today gae an opinion In Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson. FRIDAY, JULY 4. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Brown and little wn'cn he holds that women are not j Miss Halite Brown who Is teaching for county school music at Narrows, Is spending this Mr an,i Mn, w i iEi,.hart. entitled to votHe favors women week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Diplomacy Is working well on grape Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Loney. Mrs. J. ' superintendents. Gus Brown. '"S In the following language, Juice. . . it il A. Hockcr, Mrs. A. J." Williams, Mr. "s,l,ce won,e are entiUed to hold Tom Do ell spent 3unda In Gar- chil-- l lobby inqulrjMsabout to ex- and Mrs. Ellis Chanman and That lc of County Superintendent f lelU. dren, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Brown. Mr. the plode at the breech. Willie Hobtn ts in IxHilsvllle. and Mrs. M. F. Faught, and Messrs. and are amonS the best Count Suer hath-hMiss Louise Moorman was the guest no less than Aaron Ross John Carter, Nicholas Perintendents In the State. I faor horrors Peace al"as have, ghlns thejof her parents near Glen Dean, Sun- war especially In the Balkans. Hazelrigg, Emory Schroeter." Barney I now. a8 Qualified women voters of the Statu' day. Master Theron Tlchenor; Still Senator James has not suc- Hocker; Thomas & Whitton, contractors May and Bessie Hazelrigg.' tne rignt to ote ,n these elections, In getting fluor siar on the Misses ceeded . Lillian Tlchenor , Sadie and Meek I the same as In all other school elec-- from Louisville commenced the brick Iree list. "k on the Bank of llardlnsburg Hocker, Violet, GIads and Eunice t,ons- "' rsret that the Act of 1912 ap- - and Trust Co., and B. F. Beard's As j et no European country has Loney, Pearl, Geneva and Mar' protested against the passage of the Brown', Grade Chapman, Lillian Iars. aow ever, not to have been suf- store last Monday. to bestow this right, and I j Sclent Miss Mayme Mattlngly and little ;D)ocratlc tariff law. One Present, Brown. Jj 'hope that some way may be found Miss Pauline Lawrence, of Evnns- J Wlth live cattle on the free llstj by the next Legislature to give thevllle, Ind., are the guests of .Mrs. Skeleton Of Indian iS Found. there will be a notable Increase In t Augusta( Ky July 3.WhlIe work-- j women of this State the right to vote Marcla Mattlngly. tbi Canadian cattle raising Industry. men Mfcs Ida Kennedy has returned excavatlng for a concreteln all elections affecting the educa- of this Common- - f from a visit to Louisville. CommodoreT Perry had no idea what 'pavement in front of the old Presby-- f tlonal welfare Mr. and Mrs. Stile Howard, from a 'Pandora" box he was opening when! terian church building on Upper wealth." The Legislature at the ame ses- - North Carolina, are the guests of he paid that visit to Japan, sixty street, this city, the skeleton of an Indian chief was discovered about' sion when women were given the Mrs. Chambllss and family, years ago. . Dr. Rod Brown, of Brandenburg,' eighteen Inches under the ground, right of suffrage, adopted Chapt- -r 7 It is claimed on good authority Several Implements were found nearjof the Acts of 1912, which provides has been visiting Gus Brown, that if the present Democratic tariff the body, and also a hatful of .for nominating candidate, by a pri- - Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bashnm nnd .act becomes a law It will cost this beads, denoting his high office. Thetmary election. children are visiting relatives neat ' country more than the Civil War. "It seems from the language of J West View. beads were made from deer horns, this statute, that It was the purpose Miss Maggie Ahl fell across a bar-- ) hollowed out, and were about one-ba- lf The declaration" by" of the Legislature to require all can- - rel Sunday and fractured on; of her' thai he Is the only Democrat who Inch long. i The position In which the bdy wasdldates for elective offices to be' ribs. can carry Kentucky also takes Into A. C. Glasscock and daughter, Miss, account one A. O. Stanley tempo- found indicated that the Indian had , nominated by a primary election, ex- been killed in battle. There have'ept trustees of common schools, j Lillian Glasscock, of McDanlels have rarily at Washington, D. C. ' I been a number of Indian skeletons members of school boards, trustees . been In town this week. "for the Ad- linrmrthwl in th itrlnitv of this old of towns and Dresldcntial electors.. The Book Lovers I'luh ehnrpvl "Wouldn't ltbe" wiser ministration to enter into some sort church building, but none had any Therefore, nominations for School a wagonette from Trent & Wall's of reciprocity treaty with the ornaments of like character ot the Superintendent will be made by a.jjlvcry barn and went to the Tar people. It Is reported. Jfcey 6ne just discovered. It Is believed primary, without any provisions be- - Springs Tuesday. There are no have on hand 50,000,000 pounds of Augusta was a battle grounding made for women to vote in the Mtors at the Springs this ear so the Jmtter. Why not so after them in- for the Indians before the advent primary election. Club had all to themselves and en- stead of the farmer? "If it was left with me to -- av. Joyed the day to the fullest extent. of the whites In this section, as skelc- -. following are the ones who went: Kentucky Democratic editors are, tons can be found In almost any sec whether or not it is for the best terests of the schools of the State Misses Rosa Lou and Meda Ditto, receiving scant recognition at tion of the town. to far, permit women, to vote for County Ifatle, Clara and Addle K. Eskerldge, the hands of the National adminis- Interesting Reminiscetces of Dr. to School Superintendent, I mlglx-ansElla and Emma Ahl, Anna Kincbe-e- r They are the men who do tration. We idell Pnilli: s. jour question In the affirmative. loe, and Maud Smith. the work In campaigns and they are stake; thence North SO 2 West, ov- Notice. "" r Repub- but, when the people adopted th la position to assert their claim to Brought up In a free soli ,andfl fo Mld Montgomery 07 HOgWallOW NeY S. Notlce. Is hereby given that on cr,the lican household, I had imbibed tho no Constitution they placed certain limi- a part of the reward for the major nd 8 llnks to the ani upon the acta of the Lia-Dcoit BocJts, our blacksmith, who Monday. July 7th. 1913. tho said dato ' Vf part of the work In the election. So Hon that Phillips was an agitator tations over aslature. We should obey the express- - barbers In. one corner of the black- being tho time on which the regular F' c?ndl": thence North 50 far we do not recall the appolnt-$ne- who Injured the good caus.e. His w- lands of Condltt W single one to office not saults on the Union of States, his ed will of the people as contained in smith shop, reports a shortage of hair term of the Ohio County Court will th? of a organic law, and the provisions this aeisoa. be held, the undcrelgned will petition P,C8 to tho old Coleman Fefry ou even a post office. We know what denunciation of the Constitution, and the 0 of the Constitution should be con- the Ohio County Court and Judge "0Ufih niver now known M thq it means to conduct a country news- - his attacks upon Lincoln all combin- strued as we find them written. M Thv; mail carrier is trying out a to establish a public road d,tt Fcrry' the total icn&h of ed to foster this idea. paper In Kentucky and would be glad mythe law in question exeeed the new kind of a bit on bis horse, as leadlnfg from tho Knott Ferry Pub- - Proposed road being threo and one-l- lc "If to ee some of our brethren on the Later, as I began to think for self, these early Impressions were right granted to the legislature by he was started, and would alwavs have road to tho old Coleman Ferry on.fourth m"e8." other aide come Into their own. strengthened by Phillips' support of the constitution, then the law la void (trying to get the horse stopped once Rough river, according to tho meets J. Y. MONTGOMERY. K. A. CARTER. X The Sword of Damocles. Butler and Butler's candidacy for to that extent. The act In question (he was started, and would alwavs hav and bounds as follows: J.-JOHNSON. The country was told that the el- Governor of Massachusetts, by his Is not unconstitutional, because it to begin slowing down just this side "Beginning In the Knott Ferry J. H. MONTGOMERY. ection of President Wilson and a zeal for the negro governments of the plainly sas that it gtvt to women of Muskte Ridge. He sajs when his Public Road, where 11. R. Bennett F. J. JENNY. Democratic administration was to be South, by his praise of assassination the right to vote for only such of- -, horse gts started right good he is corners In R. C. Taylor's Bouth line; W. A. JOHNSON. followed by one of the happiest In the case of the Czar, In his Phi flees as they may be permitted to almost as hard to get stopped as son o thenco ln a WC8terly direction on W. L. JAMES. times In business that could be Im- Beta Kappa speech, and by his reck vote for under the constitution. Un- -, newspapers. line between R. C. Tujlor and Green A. F. PHILLIPS. agined. Confidence was to be reviv- less diatribes against everybody who der tho Constitution, women may be River Coal Mining Company, (Incor-The horse doctor of the Calf Ribs porutcd), and over the lnnds of R. Z. TOOLEY, ed, and ever thing was to go along crossed his path. He was In truth permitted to vote for School Trustees CASS TOOLEY. in a gladsome way. The methods 'an Ishmael, and his hand was against and in other common school district neighborhood, who has been treating each 71 poleB and C links, to J. B. has ad- -' every man's. When Judge Hoar, on elections, and under the law in ques- - Mrs. Tobe Mosley, has pronounced Montgomery's corner; thenco in tho F. L. RONE. which that administration thus far they may go and no that there Is very little hope for her same direction on lino between J. B. opted for the revival of confidence being asked If he was going to Phll-jtloA. F. AKIN. recovery, as Too already owes him Montgomery funeral, replied. "No. I cannot . iurtner. W. F. JAMES. seem to have a rather depressing lli and tho Grecu River "In my opinion, the election of a, for seven visits. J. M. SMITH. result. When Congress, with the, go, but I entirely approve of the Coal Mining Company and over tho 0 bossing the Job, sts out i ceedlngs," he expressed by his jest County School Superintendent Is not! J. W. MONTGOMERY. lands of each CI poles to n stake uuu, uuM a wumuh to cut off the legs of every Industry' the general feeling about Phillips, NAT1PN MONTGOMERY. lm on Urag8. Crcel. theuco around 8ald .U11U.,u,.lululiTOMlne Yet when I came to know Wendell Is a county election and since it fa by home talent at the Tlckvllle oicra- - creck D. O. STOGNER. eo that their heads will all be at tll tho old road and o;er th0 HERBERT OGLESBY. the same level there Is bound to be Phillips, 'although I did not alter my a county election, th- - ri5ht of suf- - house Tuesday night. The actore play- - Iaml8 of J n MontgoU)cry n l)oloa W. P. MADDOX. a little exhaustion from the blood- - J opinion of him as a public man, I frage In such eletrior i confined to sd their parts well in their Woodmen 'and 13 lluka to a 8tako ,u A A Ev . ,.. ,. and when tho Secretary of could not help being attracted by him male voters. Tho oft e .xaj be held lodge uniforms. J. J. SMILEY. V Re Department of Commerce Intl-- t personally. He was tall, slugularly by a woman, lut ih a dees ar ISAIAH SMILEY direction on line between A. A. Bv- "V e A ventriloquist exhibited at the Wll erly in el mates that any of the wounded who highbred and distinguished looking, change the right of suf'-aH. II. BUCKLEY, and J Montgomcry and ou.r 0...on a few nights ago. th(, Iamla of cach groan will be clapped Into Jail In-- J handsome and with the most beautl-stea- d tlon." W. B. SMITH. 0,e8 t0 ft Btake j He a xmian!ed by two little In of a hospital, not even hope ful voice, I think, that I ever heard, CECIL UZZELL. said line; thence In a Westerly dl- Hardinsburg. sawed-of- f n e aid ha nmered-dowwood- - rectlon anecdoto of Lord is left in the box. So, It is not W. F. CARTER. acr088 and Oor tho IamU of j July 2. Miss Hannah Beard Is at .prising that the market values of Morpeth and Mr. Tlcknor gives the II. HOSK1NS. uf mack A. a. Everly C pole to a stake In many of the properties of the coun-!b- st Idea of he way Phillips appear-tr- home from Lorena, Texas, where she and the other white, and while they tne center of tho , In compliance with Chapter No. 110 roa(. tenco as Indicated in the sales d so far as mere exterior went. Lord has been teaching expression. Miss iul3ih"tV8an'1 worKeu lnt''rwith said old road over tho lands of ot tlm Acts of General Assombly of changes, took a biger slump yester-- i Morpeth wasvln this country In 1S42. Beard and some friends took a trip, lips It is believed the ventriloquist !8ald Evcr, m , ftnd ,5 ,nW Kentucky l'Jis. I hereby publish the ,,. , M . -- ...... allow Ken-I.- n day than at any time since 1907. It J In Boston he stayed with Mr. Tick-I- s In a touring car, of eight hundred did all the Ulktug-Ho- gw , .. formal,,,. w n hwywm. n.. ,., tuckian. .... uiu iuuu. mer iim i.uniH u i;, a. ""'- r.n,. . well enough to say that this Is' nor, the historian of Spanish litera- miles over the state. mm jiuuu engineer uuiu v,. Graham Eskridge, of Washington, ti due to business conditions, andjture, who had traveled much and had The Growth of EngiisLgjJ Carter 127 poles to the lands of J. I. particular!) to the situation abroad, made a business of seeing every one D. C, Is the guest of bis mother and Bennett; thenco with caid old roui Pony Contestants. now 100,000 words In the There are but when the sword was suspended! of note. Ho, therfeore, very natural-ove- r sisters. over tho lands or J. 1. Bennett !0 LEWIS GRAY DROWN, Hartford, Dr. E. L. Shepherd, of Louisville, dictionary, exclusive of foreign lan- poles to n Damocles, he was In no state I ly took charge of most of the dis stake; thenco with loft OSA D. WESLEY, route 3 Hartford pastor-o- f guages. Back three centuries Shakesthe M. E. Church, of mind to leap upward with exhil- tinguished foreigners who visited Bos- former curve ovir the lamia of J. . Bun- - MARIE HURT, routo 2, Hartford, peare carried about ln his head five ton. Lord Morpeth, standing at the was In town the first of the week. aration. Troy Times. nett, I po'es to .i stake In A. 15. Curt- - TULA C. KING, routo 2, Hartford. W. C. Moorman, Insurance Agent, times as many words as the diction.-- . window of Mr. Tlcknor's house in , era i.ne thence on line between WILLIE FORD, Horeo Branch. When We Have Free Wool. lr h Park street, said: "Who are those two from Glendean, has been ln town ary then J" J' ,,cn(" wSs "V N8.1L FAUGHT Centertown. f one wh'i With the Democratic Tariff bill a men walking together? They are the this week. ot each lO- - Nci DAVID SMITH. Mcllenrv. IZT writer Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hawkins from a use. T.e law In the present shape the coun- most aristocratic, the most distingr "I'i.imH .v ....., tn 1 .. Tl . I .. . t ...... IH llnlo u. uu.mvn, i A. vit,1Un UL.1.KU, . KOrUSVlllO. try will have "free wool" and will bo uished looking men I have seen in Illinois, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. est gains in tne number rf wnrcs Carter and H. It. Bennett's comur; QAYLE TAYLOR, Hartford. recorded within the lest fifty years "favored" with reduced duties on j America." .Mr. Tlcknor looked out Mica Jan Bobbins. tnenco wiiii om ronii on llnu butweon RUSSELL EARP, Uoslne. Miss Mary Franklin Beard, who haTe, of course, come f.-a minute said II. R. Bennett woolen goods. An enthusiastic re- - and saldi "Those men are Edmund and J. I. Bun- - BERUy D. WALKER, Hartford. vUlonist explains: "With free wooliQulncy and Wendel Phillips, two has been ln East Orange, X. J., study- raking over of all accessible EngllBb nett and over tho lands of ewch 37 OSCAR BENNETT, Hartford. ing music, has arrived home1 to spend documents and from special brunches poles manufac-- 1 abolitionists and much lower rates on and agitators, violent. and 10 links to tho center ot ELLIS KINO, Hartford.' ture-- s of wool we shall havo cheaper j dangerous persons." the vacation with her parents, Mr. of human labor, particularly tho a strip ot land owned by J. E. John- - KARL HOOVER. Hartford. sciences, In which changlug con- son lying clothing and better clothing." We and Mrs. P. M. Beard. between tho land of H. R. MYRTII3 ASHLEY, R. 4, Hartford. For Sale. Henry Trent, of Custer, .and Lee ditions have made necessary hosts had free wool and lower duties on Bennett and Sarrah V. Jennoy; thenco LARKIN GRIFFIN, Hartferd. . purchased the livery of new names. One half Jersey and one-ha- lf woolen goods from 1S91 to 1S97, un- Dur- - Walls have on and over tho lands ot wild Hon- der a Democratic Tariff. It would pui-'amilk cow, 5 years old. Gives 1 stable from Ball & Miller. Frightful Polar Winds. nett and Jenny 10 feet on each side' What is Suggested. Mrs. Jube Hook has returned from sle any one to recall the benefits to gallons milk a day, never goes dry, of said strip of land 101 poles to tuild 1,0W w,th terrific force at tho far you read my poem?" asked "Have the public during that period. We price $65.00 cash. Reason for wanting Loulsv llle where she has been for a I'lay hvoc with tho skin. Johnson and Jcunoy'u comer; themco nor"1 tho eager futurist. had some cheaper clothing, to be to sell, got one more cow than I visit to ner son, torn hook. on lluo between bald JoIuihoii uml u'ii red, rough or eoro chappel replied the editor. "What "Yes," Mrs. Nannie Adkisson spent last sure, made ot the shoddy Imported in need. One full stock Jersey heifer ! Hp, that need 'Bucklen'B Jounuy and over tho luiuls of onoh nttnd enormous quantities under a favor- - calf 4 months old 130.00 cash. Six week in the country with her grand- is it, about?" C3 poles and IS links to J. Y Mont- - Ar,,,c, Blve to heal thoni. It make "Ah, that la It! What does it suge goods were; nice Poland-Chin- a pigs, 3.00 each if son, John M. Sklllman. log Tariff. But gomerj's lluo; thonco on lino botwivu ih" Ukn 80ft und n,ooUl- - UnrlwWl Miss Elolse Hook Is visiting rela- - gest to ou?" high in price, and the depression j taken at once. r H)ld-orbolls, sores, county. "The waste basket." Chicago Rec- said Johnson and Montgomery, and ukoril, cuU 'tnSaMVL W. S. DEAN, and wool inanujtlves in Hancock in the 0niy. over tho lauds ot each 00 Men to u ao tm& ut Misses Margaret and Mildred Hook, ord Herald. Dundee, Ky. f&cl wing laduHrieyB Oeprhed a good OOtt. adv. ull dnifgists. u C. M. BARNETT. J. NEY FOSTER rniTflpn Another Surprise. ,,. Eskcridfc has ffrom a visit to relatives In Henderson and Owensboro. Godfrey Haswell U at hmoe after Miss Clara COOL UNDERWEAR THE K K Ha V.r., uuujuu" .' ?? 'ZZl iiv.m Ef draining iuifrage. IT j,rn",r.zvr::.7;;,;. jBt. i " h.. m, grand-parent- Our assortment of Ladies' ' s, u.n . 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 Suits. OUR LINE of Men's and Boys' Underwear - J j eary Gov.-McCr- 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. cold-storag- e vis-th- at E. P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. w- ImnimnunniniBniiiii ic 1- nt " " Co.i-there- of I n, ... ilng, n. .,.. a w-- aur-,Tn- well-know- n. y, ex-je- ............... ,.,... Lvy :. oi .! '"" "" m "! high-grad- wool-growing lvi ffrtjjiiyrT W .. m -n i- KjfmrT HHm. r f IHMjgmmHHHHMBHk Hartford Republican. and hnve created an at- mospherc that Is liidcod tilcnsant to Monday from Louisville m.. Prof. V. R. Hedrlck has returned dwell In and which Insure continued success for our literary club. from a trip to Dawson Springs. From the first meeting Inst SepMr. Janus D. Ford lias returned B. tember at the homo of Mrs. Jo (home from Bowling Green where he InWilson until our session of has been In school. terest has never waned. With Mr. Word was received here Saturday Stoddard sc have Journeyed through j. Port that Mr. Henry Field this long Texas, was dangerouslyofIII. Arthur, historic old England; pausing by the way to note tho beauties of tho counMrs. C. E. Rogers and children, of try lanes and manor houses: celebrat acClkton, are the guests of her par- ed castles where kings and queens ents, Capt. S. K. Cox and wife. once feasted; former battle-field- s of lslttd favorThe friends of Z. Wayno Griffin and celebrated ruins; will be glad to learn tluat he Is stead- ite haunts and homos of England's faof. also ily Improving In his quarters, New mous men and women; lingered with her poets and artiste In poems and Mexico. give to Mrs. Millie A. Dennett returned lmlntlnns. In London wo visited West Wednesday from a visit with her minister Abbey and paid tribute to daughter, Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, route our own Illustrious dead lying there sailed on the river Thames: and re 3, Hartford. vived Shakespeare's undying master Mrs. M. A. Faught and children pieces. On Halloween we were de1 returned home Sunday from Owens- lightfully entertained by our program boro. They were accompanied by Mrs. One assortment of Ladies' Oxfords, regular $.'$.00 committee, consisting of Mrs. PIrtle, Faught's niece. II8c Mrs. T. L. Griffin and Miss Margaret and $3.50 grade, close Miss Wlllye Smith entertained a Nail, at the beautiful home of Mrs. number of her friends at her home PIrtle. Witches, hobgoblins, black Tuesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. cats. Jack O'lanterns, weird music VIckera, of Owensboro. and ghost stories, followed by appro assortment of Ladies' and Children's White CanJust recehed a carload of woven priate refreshments, made up a very One barbed wire. pleasing afternoon.,, Wo continued our wire fencing and vas Oxfords, regular price $1.50 and $2.00, choice to Prices right. travels thro our own land, visiting 50c close LIKENS & ACTON, Southern California with her raro 4Stf. Hartford, Ky. plants and profusion of flowers, paus & When In need of anything In staple ing to call on Joaquin Miller and or fancy groceries, meats, stock and Luther Rurlinnk. Unlnn Hunt .Tank. chicken feed call J. D. Ralph's gro son's home and grave were visited and One assortment of Men's Gun Metal, Tan and cery, Hartford. Farmers' 'phone No. her beautiful "Ramona" sketched. slxjy-nln- e (C3). 43t4 On thro Arizona, the Patent leather Oxfords, regular $4.00 grade, to close Can on and Into the Yellow$l-rMr. Georgo R. Rowe, candidate for Grand '0 nt Republican nomination for Jus- stone Park with its wonderful gey-- OF THE- th" y. sers and thrilling mountain sc tice of the Peace In the Centertown 1013, our Beglnnjng with January, Magisterial District, was a pleasant new program comittec, Mcsdames J. caller at this office Wednesday. T. Moore, T. R. Barnard and Miss Mrs. E. P. Neal, Tulsa, Okla., who Jessie Nail, introduced a pleasant with her daughter, Miss Mable, Is feature In the writing of composite At 30, 1913. making an extended visit to friends stories not an easy duty by any and relatives at Beaver Dam and means. Try combining Mrs. Wlggs, Prentiss, was the guest of Mrs. C. David Harum and Josiah Allen's M. Barnett, city, Wednesday. RESOURCES. wife's effusions all Into one story, and Esq. J.'XBollng, Narrows No. 1, you will understand. However each $158,825.77 Bills Discounted called to see us whilo in town Mon- lady In turn responded with her very 11,410.00 and U. S. Bonds day. Esq. Bollng is a candidate for best efforts In Stocks Another Magistrate on tho Republican ticket Interesting feature was a scries of ,.... . 1,693.82 Checks for Remittance in the Sulphur Springs district. sketches of modern writers, their 3,000.00 Banking House and Lot Mr. Volney Shaver, of Bonham, works and home life. 1,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures Texas, conductor on the Texas Pa- v.On February 22, at the home of J. cific railroad, and sister, Miss Ola S. Glenn, after the regular session Cash on Hand and in Other Banks..... 103,465.74 Shaver, of Earllngton, Ky., are vis- we were Invited to a colonial tea iting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. given by Mrs. Glenn, assisted by ! Mrs. Slmmcrman, Mrs. Felix and E. T. Williams and Mrs. Lydla ..$279,385.33 Total ...-Miss Hattle Glenn as hostesses,, in Mr. Ramey E. Duke returned from the various rooms. Three periods of Louisville Saturday night, where he our Nation's life were represented. LIABILITIES. had been called to the bedside of Colonial, Civil War period and the $40,000.CO bis sister, Miss Gladys Duke. Miss present. An elaborate five course Capital Stock Duke was operated upon for appendi luncheon was served, the decora- .17,300X0 Suiplus citis Saturday and at last report was 4 t Ion -- and costumes of the hostesses 88.95 carrying out the historic times and Undivided Profits Miss Loretta Hoaey, Select, Is vis getting along nicely. iting Mrs. H. E. Duke. 1,200.00 ...., I will sell. for cash, ex customs. This occasion was one of Hereafter Unpaid Dividends the most pleasant of the entire year. Jlr. V. It. Stewart spent Tuesda cept by special agreement. .Will make 220,796.38 Deposits During this time we .were study-I- n with his niece, Mrs. James Caskey prices that will jay the trade to pay FRIDAY, JULY 4 c Ireland, thel and of O'Connor. cash. Cutting out delivery service and Bennett. from which me to give Parnnll nnd O'Mnllev . $279,385.33 Total exchange, nlco mare credit. This will enablo For sale or - St. Patrick drove the snakes and Tabic you much better prices and merchainM. H. & E. Railroad Time Dr. J. S. BEAN, and colt. made the "auld sod" so dear and A. D. WHITE, dise. Olaton, Ky. 48t3. J. W. Ford, Pleasant to live on. Thomas Moore at Hartford, Ky. Hartford, Ky. 5U4. sang again to us his beautiful ' Irish Jno. C. Thomas, Monday LOST Cuff BuUon, .with my monoL. & N. time card effective The District meeting of the Green melodies. Directors.- R. E. Lee Simmerman, E. W. FORD, gram,. Reward. Aug. 21st. v River District of the A. S. of E., and On St. Patricks Day the program Hartford, Ky. McRowan Holbrook, composing tho counties of Ohio, No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. Cltl. at the homo of Mrs. John Mrs. RonHolbrook"and daughter Lean, Daviess and Hancock was In committee Jno. T. Moore, dally except Sunday. Moore gave us an unusually fine p. m. Miss Marlam, returned Monday from session at Uie court house here yes No. 114 North Dound due 1:15 program, consisting of Irish songs, terday., Tho meeting was fairly well Dawson Springs. dally except Sunday. was was presided oer by stories and legends. Tho house When you go away on your vaca attended and shamNo. 115 South Bound due 8:43 a. HI. Balmaln, of this county. decorated with frogs, snakes, H. tion his summer, let The Hartiora Rev. T. rocks and Irish flags. The refreshdally except Sunday. legends In the forenoon meeting, .Mr. B. C ments served, while partaking of an tire afternoon in this land of p. m. Republican follow you. No. 113 South Bound due 1:40 g of- - McLean county, delivered Eaton, and lovers. Visited again .that never-railinFOR FLETCHER'S dally except Sunday. Any girl or Doy m Ohio county a talk, to which the public was In Irish nature, pleased 6ur Amerlcau interest, Niagara source of 11. B. MISCHKE, Agt not over 1G years old may become a vited. He spoko at some length upon palates exceedingly well. Leaving tho Emerald Isle we Journ Falls. candidate In our Pony Contest. tho A. S. of E. and what it stood for, eyed Tho Austrian. Tyrol next claimed to Denmark and Sweden, where necessary to business our attention and tho magnificent Mr. Rolllo Foreman who has been and showed how we passed In and out thro crags and HPfi was tho agricultural side. Who wants the bicycle? HI for several das Is no better and pursuits crevices, rocky fyordsynd bays; re mountain scenery, superb roads and lovely villas, bo attracted our guide Is thought to bo taking typhoid. Who wants the Shetland Pony? To the Voters of Ohio Countr. vived King Christian's largo ramny permanent "work the Shetland of distinguished children, practically that ho has made his By a little Owing to the fact that I am not able Hartford Mill Co., has River sand belong to make a thorough canvass of the all, kings and queens of various Eu- homo there. With such extenslvo Pony, harness and buggy will to sell. wo feel greatly broadened and county, and having decided to enter ropean thrones. By circuitous route travel to sorno Ohio county girl or boy. enlightened and expect to pass tho sale. I have Hav for withdraw wo next touched at Malta's rocky m Ambers of tho W. O. W. at uiton other work, I wish to next threo months quietly in our R. B. MARTIN, Hartford. Ky. ' Thn 33tf at myname as a candidate for the of- shores where the Apostle Paul was successful plc-nl- c Mcllonry held a homes In this dear old town of Hart someshipwrecked nnd remained Help sorno girl or boy win tho fine McHenry last Saturday. A good crowd fice of County Court Clerk. ford. Dy ' Thanking those who have been in time. Shetland Pony and outfit. MRS. H. B. DROWN, attendod. With the beginning of the last In my behalf, I am, Womans' Club of Hart Spalding returned MonHart- terested Member of Miss Ruth I have, at my stand on tho Sincerely, club session our present program con day from a visit In Owensboro. ford and Lletchflcld road, a complete C. O. HUNTER. mlttee, consisting of Mrs. Pendleton, ford. Dry Goods. Mrs. J. G. Keown and Mrs. Ira Bean Six large bars of Laundry Soap for Hn of Groceries and W. J. M1LLHK. Evening Pleasure. R. L. DEVER & CO'S. 24 cents at announced their special features for (julto an enjoyable evening was tho term. A series of Famous Sweet- THEY COME A RUNNING! Plenty of Stock Peas and German Tho prizes given In The .Republispent at the home of Misses htto, hearts ,and or charac now. workMillet on hand can's contest are well worth Mable and Clore Wallaco Tuesday m ter sketches of club members. Old LIKENS & ACTON, ing for. honor of their cousin, Miss UlaayB friends and well beloved hao re Hartford, Ky. 44U Copies of The Republican will be Render, of Centertown, who Is mak visited us In search of lost loves. r. T. H. Benton, County Road visit. String Evangeline and Gabriel, Prlsollla and sent to all contestants In the I'ony ing them a be found at tho offlco of will Contest. music was furnished by Miss Matto John Alden. Hiawatha and Minne IS OUR CONSTANT AIM- County Judge Wedding on Monday and Dora Hicks and brother. Those haha. Romeo and Jullot, Mr. Rochest of Centertown,, Esq. J. C. Jackaon, 3t8 of each week. present were Misses Cllffa Tlnsley, er and Jane Eyro. Of esivoclal Inter DON'T DODGE! was a pleasant caller at this omce .1. Tl. Miles, of Paradise, can Trn Gladys Render, Mable McKernion, est the character sketches havo provTuesday. Our excellent Bread, Light didate for the Republican nomination Motto and Dora Hicks; Messrs. Almon en. While wo knew each member to The hardest worker will surely be for County Judge, was a pleasant nd Hobert Tlnsley, Elllo Allen,, Leo bo the possessor of Intellectual atRolls, Brown Buns, Fresh rewarded handsomely In our Pony cller at this offlco Saturday. and Arch Hicks and Cllde Wallace. tainments and many fluo qualities of Homo Made Doughnuts, Contest. Colic, womanhood, we did not know Indi The Loulsvillo Weekly Herald and Buy It nowfchamberlaln's Pies, Cakes, Cookies, JelJy expected in HartRepublican, one year ohniera and Diarrhoea Reemdy Is al vidually each one's flno points, per Hartford h A blif' crowd Is of All ford today to attend the Fourth each, for ?1.35. Send all orders to most certain to be needed before the sonal tastes and family history. Roll, Tarts, cto &c. Your stock will come a running at of which haa been brought out by K.y. fair ground the July celebration The Republican, Hartiora. Bummer Is over. Buy It now and do emergency. or each lady in writing of tho other, and feed time if the feed you give them Will Make' a Hit. Miss Delia' White has returned to prepared for such an Plenty of Seod Peas, -- 4?ane Seed been very Interesting Indeed. is of the best quality. Why not give &dVi has Mine Soed Corn, her homo at Owensboro, after a visit sale by all dealers. If You'll and Tona Bilver Mrs. Wayne Griffin's sketch of her- them Kng and and also a general line of feed stuff hero with Messrs. S. L. self bringing out her own character A Year of Club Work. THE BEST FEED family, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rial. R. L. DEVER & CO. at rt fnur nleasant. profitable years istics and peculiarities was much en- obtainable? That la the only kind Ice Cream Served Every WANTKIK Several cars of new from Buy your Kodak and Supplies with the Woman's Joyed. highWheat. H you have any for sale, spent Jn connection During tho session our guide. Mr. that we carry and at prices no U. S. FAUQHT, I feel the last year CJub of Hartford. W. B. ELLIS, others ask for a much Incall on Ky. Contortown, Stoddard, has led us thro the pro- er than has been one of the best in u Produce Merchant, 48lf ' ductive wheatflelds of Western Cana- ferior article.- HARTFORD BAKERY Ak for Catalogue. ' Hartford, Ky. history. 50t4 da, the picturesque lake region of MrsT James W. Jones re 01 u Mr. And Tho harmonious workings children, Bast-er- a Mrs. A.V. Goodln and Great .Lakes, thro Montreal and Que W. C. Schlemmer, Prop.' turned to Hartford Friday from Mary members, the BWeet . atouianlonsnip they had been of Charleston, Mo., and Slw, visit- of the ladles, the ooMi&mtUon aid bee, and Into the land ot Acadia. Kentucky, where The Produce Merchant 111., aro T HARTFORD, of Harrisburg. .A ZTiZ tho other, mado famous by Longfellow's beau- on their bridal trip. They loft Tues- White, - KENTUCKY Capt. and Mrs. S. recaru or eatu uiuujuvi ever tlfuUoveBtorles. We tarried ono en-- 1 HARTFORD, Murray, Ky., where ing their parents, day afternoon for that havo ar characteristic K. Cox. ihey w'U HMJ' '.. , . , - . - Mrs. Jcnnlo Mcllonry returned homo prevailed, i July Fourth at Fair's day We want to help make to be remembered, not only on 123 DAYS BEFORE count celebrating our Independence, but the rare Rare Bargain on account you. Read Plums we are going Below: WE LEAVE. LOT NO. LOT NO. 2 Rosenblatt's. Statement of the Condition " LOT NO. 3 awe-Inspiri- with many others throughout our entire House, will be our inducement to you for the "Glorious 'Fourth.' Make our house your headquarters and REMEMBER THAT IT These specials, Ba nk off Hartf on the close of business June PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. story-wrltln- g. JLi36b .m...wv. &KSS$SSS3flSSSSSS300SS Children Cry CASTORIA yirh . " I PI5 To Mak You A En-inop- two-wee- ks Customer SmBrmJBj oi Permit. Wqf if V'i -- W. E. ELLIS - Ky. ,.. -- i "3. 'ffPimiy j'" ; iiHfiiw"w' ? " ' j 1 House of Representatives, may be nominated upon this Ofelo County lorm. platform, should, he bo selected by OF GOOD s Challenged In Bantering Spirit He T. Circuit First. We endoree all the etor9 the people in the final election, Is Judge; lien CourtRlngo, F. lllrkhcad, Attorney; W. D. Feat Because He Needed which have been taken by the Coun- instructed and pledged to voto for P. MldkUf, Jailer; K. U. llnrrasn, tbe Money. Progressive Exec- the following laws: ty nepubllcan and CANNING Clerk; E. B. lllrkhcad, Master Com: A measure embodying the initia- missioner; II. T. Collins, TniBtoo "I have Just heard of an Incident at utive Committees, leading up to and Jury Fund: T. II. Black, Sheriff, ono of the New England colleges," including the call for this conven- tive and referendum. Deputies S. O. Keown, s says a correspondent, "which The recall for all State, District Hartford.Dam; tion to formulate a platform upon II. P. Jones, Route f, Beaver Youths which candidates for the various coun- and County officials. an oddity In betting. Hartford; W. O. Earp, Roslne. Court Girls and Women Taught to working their way through college will Primary convenes flrBt .Monday in February An amendment to the ty offices and member of the House often do much and go far to win a of Representatives are to appeal to Election Law, providing for tho elec- and continues three weeks; third Save Vegetables, degree. Not long ago a freshman a In April, weeks; voters of Ohio county for support at tion of delegates to National conven- .Monday In October two weckH. third Monday Hostonlan, too was challenged In a two the coming November election, under tions, and for the selection ot all County Court It. It. Wedding, bantering spirit to eat one of several emblem, believing party committeemen. Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; 0. B. little goldfish swimming In a glass the Republican AIDED BY THE GOVERNMENT. globo on the table In a chum's room. that it is best for those who may Hartford. Court An amendment to tbe Primary Elec Smith, Attorney, in each that where convenes first Monday General Primary to know what tlon Law, providing "I'll give you a quarter to do it," may be expected of them in advance, ther is only one candidate ot any month. cried one of the boys. Quarterly Court Begins on the As the Hoston boy needed ready and fair to the people of the county party at the close ot the time limit, fourth Monday In Give Instruction Expert! Furnished to February, May, money, be promptly accepted the of- to know just where their candidates tho selection may be made through August and November. In Scientific Canning While Kentucky Court of Claims Convenes first Agricultural Department Loans Mod-- I fer. He put bis hand into the globe, stand, upon all questions of public that party's committee. caught the little fish and In a twlnk An amendment to the Election Lnw Tuesday In January and first Tues ern Outfit Women Are Also Show- ling crushed it in bis teeth and swal- Interest. day In October. to have ing Interest In the Work. Second. We favor rigid economy permitting any candidate Other County Officers C. S. Mox lowed It in triumph. Ky It. As he took the quarter, another in the conduct of all the business the benefit of the votes of all parties ley, Survejor, Fordslllc, garden behind ench and every Tbe support his candidacy by F. D. No. 2; Bernnrd Felix, Asseseach summer student said, "Uob, I'll give you half a of the county to the end that tax- which may produces jfnrrobouBe poshaving his name placed under more sor, Hartford, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2;more vegetables than the family can dollar to eat a second one." The grit- es may be reduced to the lowest Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hnrtty youth Instantly accepted and sell- sible rate, realizing that we arc bur than one device upon the ballot. use. When winter conies the farmer rord; Dr. A. D. RUcy, Coroner, Harting another, a somewhat larger fish, dened by the present high taxes, The repeal of the odious registra- ford. and bla family have to buy canned JUSTICES' COURTS. tion certificate law, which in every tomatoes, peas, corn and benns at the hurriedly devoured It State; county and town. The boys now thoroughly aroused Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday cross roads store. election has made easy the corrupThird. As a matter of econom enafter 3rd Monday In March, Tuesday The Girls' Canning clubs thnt the kept on offering their money for and in tbe interest of a better tion of the ballot wherever certifi- after 3rd Monday In June. Tuesday United States government Is develop- cores until the fish supply gavo out business system, we favor placing the cates are required. after 3rd Monday in September, Tues ing In nine counties In Kentucky this and tbe Boston Ian had won a total of A measure prohibiting the use of day after 3rd Monday In December. Fiscal affairs of the county in the are part of a huge movement $4.fi0. jBummer Miles, Friday John The feat became the talk of the hands of a commission to be com- money, with which to corrupt vot- after 3rdH. Monday Rock port, Friday to check this huge loss In fine food dormitories, and next day when the posed of threo persons to be chos- ers, and disfranchising any one after 3rd .Monday in March, Friday and money that totals millions annualin June. Monday In September. ly. Besides tbe saving In money there piscatorial prodigy entered the dining en by the voters from the county at who may sell or buy votes. after 3rd Friday after 3rd Monday In De to another point which Is commonly hall at noon he was Instantly recog- large; believing that the finances A corrupt practice act. cember. overlooked. In canning vegetables that nized and a great shout of applause of the county can better be handled Workman's compensation law. O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday are borne grown the housewife Js sun went up from the throats of 150 of by a smaller number of men, who A measuro placing our penal institu after 3rd Monday In March, Wedbis enthusiastic admirers. she bas a first class article. a nonpar- nesday after 3rd Monday In June, can be chosen entirely with their tions under control of That the work may be done In the quallflcatons in view. Un- tisan commission. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sep beet possible manner, the United BANDMASTER A REAL GENIUS business arrangement tember, Wednesday aftei 3iu MonRepeal of the hunter's tax. the offce ot der this government Is furnishing exStates day in December. Repeal ot the dog tax. Justice of the Peace would not be perts to demonstrate this home can John II. Miles. Rocknort. Friday Clever Expedient Adopted to Keep Mu- detracted from, but its powers foi ofAbolishment of many needless after 3rd .Monday March, Fr'cay sicians on Their Feet for Pattl usefulness In the maintenance of or- fices created by the last session of after 3rd Monday in June, Friday Reception. dis3rd Monday In September, Friafter der In the various magisterial the legislature. day after 3rd Monday in December. A measure reforming the taxing At Cheyenne, Wyo., the band from tricts would be far greater. J. C. Jackson. Ccntcrtown. Sat Fourth. The office of county as system of the State which will place urday after 3rd Monday in March, an army post had been engaged to play iBpJSSJsnnnnsja, iimhi l2j.l .. Mil III J F M VI 'J" , in honor of the visit of Adellna Patti sessor should be abolished, and the the burdens of taxation wbere they Saturday after 3rd Monday In June, and Etelka Gerster, many years ago. duties of that official performed by properly belong, instead of upon the Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep;, ijjUaiSaaJ , 'u'l' i Strange sounds came from the band, men chosen by the County Board of men who own small homes and visi- tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday hi i(n and Pattl asked Colonel Mapleson, ber Commissioners, for each magisterial ble property, not easily evaded in the in December. M. C. Cook. Ren f row. Tuesday af Impresario, to And out what the tune ja, im v jgsBvespjjv.MM assessment. 2.j t ii , ter 2nd Monday in March. Tuesday was. He found the band standing in a district. Fifth. The people of Ohio county A law giving 'he people of Kentucky after 2nd Monday in May, Tuesday circle, so close together that they we equal advantages with those of the after 3rd Monday in August, Tuesdeserves better roads and formed a solid bank, with the bandday after 2nd Monday in November. master in the center. Mapleson was pledge the candidates who may be States North of us, by compelling the i nomas banders. Olaton: Wednes about to part them to reach the band- nominated upon this platform if elect railroads to give us tbe benefit of 2 day after tbe second Monday in to ed, to exercise their utmost powers cents per mile passenger rate. master, when the latter begged him March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday desist and explained that as the band to inaugurate a system which shall Upon all other matters not speci- in May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday bad been on duty for thirty-sihours bring about this desired end in the fically mentioned herein, our candi in August. Wednesday after 2nd .Mon day in November. annnnnnnnnnnnnvilRwRannaV i "':'':.B awaiting the company's arrival, and speediest and best possible way. date is directed to vote In the interest Grant Pollard. Fordsville. Tuesday r saloons were numerous In Cheyenne, sup of progress, and for the general wel- after 2nd Monday in March, ThursSixth. We pledge our hearty none of the musicians could stand day after 2nd Monday in May, ThursImfare of all our people. alone and he had adopted the expe- port in behalf of every effort to Upon thi3 declaration ot principles day after 3rd Monday in August, dient of standing them in a circle so prove our schools, for better build Thursday after 2nd Monday In Nothat each would be supported by bis ings, more perfect sanitary conditions, the members of this convention vember. a course in agriculture for ever' high pledge their hearty support to the fellows. J. L. Patton. RalDh. Frldav after "If you take one away," said the school, and an agricultural experi- candidates who may be nominated 2nd Monday In March, Friday after m May, Friday after 3rd bandmaster pathetically, "the whol6 ment farm located in the county. at the general primary election, first una .Monday August. Friday after 2nd .Monuay OAmao omjb at valley station. lot will fall down." Seventh. Our sympathies are with Saturday in August next, under the Monday in November. in to Log Cabin, for the various offices to Mine work. Tbe state agricultural de farmers in their efforts the HARTFORD POLICE COURT. pertinent la loaning each of tbe nine Greek View of the Unfit C. M Crowe. Judxa: John B. Wil obtain better prices for their pro- be voted for in Ohio county at the In connection with tbe prevalent dls ducts, and especially do we sym- coming counties a borne canning outfit, and son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, November election. Marshal; Court convenes second Mon the counties themselves are furnishing position of great corporations to ex- pathize with tbe tobacco growers of Respectfully submitted, day in each month. interested teachers, parents and wide clude drinking men from their employ City Council J. H. Williams, May wake country girls to form tbe clubs ment, consider this remark which Ohio county and pledge them our A. D. KIRK, or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E. P. ThomId Jefferson county clubs have been Xenophon. credits to Socrates: "It my support in their efforts to maintain M. L. HEAVRIN, as, Treasurer. Members of Council they whereby organization, developed at Valley Station, O'Ban-itoo'- t friends, when a war was coming upon an J. A. LEACH, Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. H. and Okalona. During tbe latter us, we should wish to choose a man may secure a just reward for the toil S. L. STEVENS, jb. carson, E. p. Moore, Fred Cooper, part of May tbe government expert by whose exertions we might ourselve given by tbem to the production w. j. Bean. W. R. EDGE, 0ave tbree demonstrations. Of course be preserved, and might gain tbe mas of this crop. We realize that the School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendle H. L. CARTER, latere were no ripe tomatoes or beans tery over our enemies, should we se- struggle is an unequal one and If necJ ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecreCommittee. to tbe country that early In the sea-ae- lect one whom we knew to be unabit. tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor. W. S. Tinslcy support so they were bought in the city to resist gluttony, or wine or sensual essary, we pledge tbem our It would surprise you to know of and J. D. Duke. and taken to tbe scboolhouses where Ity, or fatigue or sleep? Or, if, being to secure Government aid in main- tbe great good that is being done by RELIGIOUS SERVICES. (be clubs were to meet. Beside tbe at the close of lite, we should wish taining public warehouses, through M. E. Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- morning andChurch. South Services jdrki who were members of tbe clubs, to commit to anyone the guardianship which they may hold their tobacco un evening every first and sassy mothers and interested house of our sons or the care of our unmar til the buyers see fit to accord them ey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., mira sunaay in each month. Sun "My wife has been using day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetwrites, keepers came and brought tbelr din rled daughters, or the preservation ol fair treatment. sera so they might get tbe benefit of our property, should we think an in-- , Eighth. During the last twelve Chamberlain's and finds ing .every Wednesday evening. Rev. Tablets all tbe work that was done. temperate man worthy of confidence months .the county has been Im- them very effectual and doing her Saville, pastor. Baptist Church Services moraine After tbe first lot of tomatoes bad for such purposes?" suffering has lots of good." If you have any trou- and evening every second and fourth been put through tbe canner by tbe Tbe Greeks were above all things poverished and actual your stomach or bowels give Sunday in, each month. Sunday school expert In forty minutes tbe girls were reasonable. Temperance to their clear been brought about among the coal ble with 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- thoroughly interested and continued vision was one of tbe greatest of vir miners on account of slack work, tbem a trial. For sale by all dealers. nesuay evening. Rev. English, pastor. tb work. Jt was remarkable bow tues. charged, to the failure of the railroad Christian Say, Mr. Business man; do you Church Services every fast tbe work went with five girls .as to furnish sufficient cais. In order' need any printing done? If you do fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. busy as beavers. As one old farmer school that this evil may be remedied we let ire do it for you. We can print m. Sunday pastor. 9:30 a. m. Elder W. Conversational Killjoy. u. Wright expressed It: "Every year I've been on Dr. Johnson referred to the death pledge our candidate for member of your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill Cumberland Presbyterian Churc- htoy place I've made up my mind to memorable phrase the House of Representatives to sup- Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewrit- Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 plant fewer tomato vines, for I have of .Garrlck In the gayety of nations." port a measure enlarging the powers ten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, a. m. more tomatoes than we can use and as "eclipsing the SECRET SOCIETIES. Commission ec, and print them right at right give away. Hut I don't believe I'll cut for this be was taken to task by the of tbe State Rallro.id Hartford Lodge No. 673, F. severely accurate Boswell. them down In numler this year If the and making It the duty of said Com- -. prices. Try us with your next order. M. meets every first Mondayand A. night "But why nations?" protested Boz-zy- . I girls can do the work this fast. I've latlroads to Call at The Republican office. 32tf. In each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. "Did his gayety extend furthei. mission to requlra r M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. than his own nation?" "Why, sir,' furnish a sufficient i .imbcr cf cars, Hartford Chapter No. 84 O; E. S. replied Dr. Johnson, "some exaggera without discrimination, to handle tin meets every second and fourth Mon tion must be allowed. Besides, na- output of coal promptly, that the IJOOKKEEPDNG day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, tions may be said if we allow the miners may have steady work, and !fcv& BmlMM,PbeHiraBhy W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; - TYPEWRITINGaDd Scotch to bo a nation and to have we also pledge our support lor any 7 Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. gayety, which they have not." TELEGRAPHY Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights other wise measure, having tor Its x ... There will be widespread sympathy object relief from this Intolerable sit- WILBUR n 9RM &. i r Saw Hfl diH with Dr. or rytnias meets every Tuesday evenafaifariss J rvTunTtr. satau auaa MasMiavw Johnson In his protest lit rrNldept hu yean ol exprloc In mrcntli ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney against the killjoy who would ruin the uation. tad bnkiD twIneM. 1m B jrtrt rriorfttlDc 10,000 foster, k. or k. et s. now, udai mm inawpnun IOr nrrM, Ninth. We condemn the present freedom of conversation by insisting WXLBCBI Bb SBUtH,Iralac. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M, 7. that every statement made be sus- Democratic administration of Kenmeets every first and third Thursday ceptible of mathematical demonstra- tucky for its extravagance through nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. tion. Increase of salaries, creation of countAcme Lodge No. C39 I. O. O. F. less, needless offices, and enormous meets every second and fourth Friappropriations which have resulted Queer Uses for the Crocus. day nights in each mu.ith. C. M. Bar-net- t, The crocus is nowadays held to In tbe largest State debt in many Noble Grand; W." R. Hedrick, Justify Its existence by its beauty, years, and which is sure to Sccrct&ry rebut in bygone centuries It was cultiHartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. meets every HDeond and fourth Sat- vated with an eye to profit Its saffron quire an increase In taxation through unlay nights in each month. Leslie We condemn It for its being in high demand both as an some form. tieunctt, council Commander; W. C. aromatic and bb a flavoring for cakes passage ot the Confederate pension Wallace. Clerk. and pies. A distinction of crocus bill and its refusal to pay these Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., o'iunmon'h causing club. blossoms, also, was held to be good men, many ot whose claims have meets .every first and third lost been figuring on It a little bit, and for strengthening tbe lungs and heart, been proven for mouths, under the nights in each month. Mrs. Attyo this little cunner that'll set on top of and as a preventive of plague. Evi- pretext that the bill is unconstitution urtffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula one burner gasoline or coal oil stove dence of the flower's commercial Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. ls al, although having appointed Ww aVawPaapW mmm eTawaBw Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. trill can sixteen quarts of tomatoes value survives in the name of the under the act, who are draw M., meets every third Saturday night every of an hour. That chief center of Its cultivation. Safcondemn"' it in each month. John T. Moore High to 906 quart In a ten hour day," fron Walden, but saffron nowadays is Ing their salaries. We MetUac la awra iatfertaat la Priest; W. S. Tinsloy, Secretary. steaoy "yes," remarked one of the appreciated only by ta,e sparrows, for its failure to place the Penal Intha Mtfcaathisctoar, getting by AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. Hint. Insura "and tbe great beauty of It Is, who wreck the crocuses to obtain It. stitutions of the State under a nonurns clear and tee ou uisi National Officers President, Ira M. wttii tbe temperature you can get In clean without a alcker down to partisan commission; refusal to pass J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.: V. Presl-den- t, ne of tbese cauners, you can can anytba last drop. Jsnnsyivaaia a compensation act; a workman's S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Motor Cars at Church. crude ell refined to perfection. thing and be sure of Its being perfectSecretary ft Treas., H. O, Tank, Wau- Poets no more thaja the tank-wag"Where did you go Sunday stoni- corrupt practice act; and for lowering ly sterile. You don't have to uso any- ng?" -- aave BIONJCV-se- ves pay VJ B 'kind the school per capita. We also conec "' thing with banst for Instance, but o "I went to chureh." State Officers President, J. H. Your dealer baa 80UTB Oil demn the. unanimous tendency ot the inch of salt and a little water. Princeton,-- . Ky.; Vice Presica - barrel direct cream aur ttw seTTlee well at- State officials, from Governor down, "You did? v work, "Well, It took a long time to get the tended?" dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, aid mothers In this part of the country to play politics, by looking ahead "It must have baea." Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T, H. Bal- to use thermometers to test their cream "Why do you say It mat fcava for some other Job, instead et lookmain, Hartford,. Ky. before churning, and I reckou It'll takti ing after the vital interests ot the nr. i ye know?" , . Members Btate Executive Boar- dsome lime to get them to live modem been? Boot ware sXadaery at WarreaJ.m State, whom they are fourteen oMaTareat. people of the "Well then Ben 'Watson, Webster county; J. W. (We aB the celebrated '" tanners with thermometers so they will make of uoior oars ataadtag out- - sworn to serve. , Dunn, Davleaa county; Henry Pirtle, Cars" Auto OU. Jie certain of results In canning." Ohio county; E. I. Ray, Hardin Tenth. Our candidate for member WORK STUDENT ATE RAW GOLDFISH J Republican-Progressiv- e Plat- - of tic who Directory Pep-form- Davonport, Warren county. county officers L. B. Tlch- cnor, President; Henry Pirtle, Sec- - c rclnry; S. E. Bennett, Treasuror. ly; C. G. Ohio CLUBS Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchcnor, Hartford, R. D. No. r. 2. B. C. 3. M. S. 4. 11. L. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. llluo-tratc- Hartford, Patterson, Olaton, Ky. Alford, White Run, Ky. ,".. Richard Hummer, Taylor Mines, " Kentucky. r , l'V. Reynolds, Ky. :"' I :pu v'JBsr.wnr jsx Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hJa profession ra lata and adjoining counties. Commoraial and Criminal Practioe a Specialty. : Barnes Mra. & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith W. H. Barms and C. E. Smith announce that they liavo iorm-- a iwrtnirabAp for the guneral practice of law, excipt criminal and dlvor cases, Mr. 6mith being County AAUxr- n.y la prevented from practicing suca ocaets. Mr. Barnes will Individually Officii In accei such practioe. Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- - u i- - ARTHUR ASSOCIATED D. KIRK Attorney at Law KY. HEAVRIN WITH M. L. HARTFORD, ti ) Hi in- ii i This office Is equipped for handling Commercial Lnw and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practico in all tho courts. Prompt and vigorous service. M. L. Hcavrin's Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public OKIe A siiiailH-- il County i HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. I AN PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. i ioi -- W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hartford, I r II Sat Electric Bitters SEEDS Wrtf t4My; Mtattom Xav.BMlattfc AtrUlWlll litkkiWBU """""" CMHWIW. HBBB TOB MttCvlrtttrM .""feUX! SDisixnu to rue.. 8uccec4 when evcrythiaf else ftUia. la nervoas prostration and female weaknesses they are the aapreme remedy, as thousands have tastaUd. FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLK k la the beet medicine ever aaU over a druggist's coaster. SPECIAL OFFER: if S ii V i tlrim X Maw. Ladies! & vij Mafaaiaa aa4 re mj r Kr ', twewag aKvasi Uaf McCall PattM Kcttr.M.iitlsfWllI Tim .? H .off!.-cla- HKMliHMJOM. three-quarter- s tiehi you drou tf. hlilf t t moderate ejlienKitjr keeping bouse-ftoener- WOtUC-eavee'ey- Unisys, (ril-today or trot! mmmmmmmmm lur Irve tauiolacoDr. I SkCall r titan, will enatilojou to make In lour i oiru bomo. wlili tloiLluifor ' biii, t uiMIB'li WUICI1 Will Utf imttrt in sine etui tiir i,n i.kbiir ftkA lb tOBU Sana for free l'altrru PniiLn'ii. . . sixtaamttfua wojiian a rir, 0cfrco1 a DcHciil In etili luufi) Abe Tnluibl Information vit all taotuo aud im fcunml mniiAr. nut l.ilcit foil Ion in iHibM auUJuii. to Ki'W Fuitilon posted ou ibo Intludlnr. pattern. 8ub- - i.V .. 7 S.ffitefiSdrj y """"1 "I" w veer i lift insaaahial&irVlssalayhli- - BsJsalfe9sW.ttA JjJwggj iwMJtsfea j4i geVww... TtTi3m r- - liW- - j flwl Children Cry for Fletcher's Il 0 SVjU cy -- 33f jgrmwfuoi; - . NOTES eW fARM i Whitewash the stables. Keep tho hens scratching. Keep tools In their places. Breeding and feeding go together. Keep the nests clean and sanitary. - a, iiii Tho Kind Yoa HaTo Always Bonght, and which 1ms been iu uso for OTor 30 years, has bornotho signature ot nd has been niado under his per- -71 sjHAT? -- ". Boaal supervision slnco Us Infancy. Liafy, UCA4M Allow no ono to deceive you In this. " are but AH Counterfeits, Imitations and " Kxporlmonts that trlflo with and endanger tlio licolth ot Experience ngulnst Experiment. jnrunls and Children J - JiiNt-as-go- od Keep the sheep dry. Keep the mlllc cans clean. nnbsttruto for Castor Oil, Pare-orl- e, Caslorlft Is Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It eotitulns neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Nnrcotia Mibsluuco. IU age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms For more than thirty years it mid allays Foverishncss. .. -i..... i..m In rnnntjint Mn - - ilin r.llf nl rnn.iii.n jiiin ; . " for "xvviiiiiiir r.'xwunui'ia.iuin. run... ..i ? uiu Flatulency, ivihji a.... rouoics ana the Stomach and Bowels. rcRUlntas y It and natural sleep. usslmllates tho Food, glvlng-licalthThe Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend -- What is CASTORIA a harmless i"ti --. wwi The big mllkor must be a big eater and drinker. Systematically, r Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that n prescription mads Blue or white spruce trees, on tba from medicinal extract ot nativsroots.withoutlhcuseot alcohol, relieved over 99 lawn aro attractive now. per cent, of such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private practice he put it up In form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it The ram should be In perfect condi- easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines aro handled. tion, but not fat, at mating, Mrs. Lila B. Hawkins, of Zeus, Va., wtUm: " I hod boon failing In health " . for two yoars nwt of tho tlmo was nnt aWo to attonil to household duties, For a feed to push the young calf, tomato wodknc.ia was my troubKi tttid I was gutting vrry had m7 thank to Doctor but, I'lcrco'd mfxiiclnos, I am woll and try ground oats and alfalfa hay. asaln. 1 took only thn-- bottles of ' Favorite Proscription,' nnl usod the fiotlori '.'ablets.' I havo nothing but prauo for Doctor Pierce's wonderful medicines." Use corn stalks to protect fruit TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PFI.I tvt!R ILLS. trees from the ravages of rabbits. r riila Is tha reason why women liavo nerves." Whcnthoudhts begin to tW cloudy and uncertain, Impulses lis and tha warnings of pain and distress are Maw" like flying messaet throughout limbs and frame, fitroihtway, nine time) in ten, a tha trouble to some defect at the point where she firs romanmlt hy the saus-j-otilt it. It it a headache, a backache, a sensation of irritability or twitching ami uncontrollable nervousness, something must bo wrong with the head or back, e woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often centers is the? womanly organs. In nine cases out of ten the seat of the difficulty is here, and a woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflammation of the delicate special organs of tho sex should bo treated steadily aatj ! Why Haw ";iiM.i?ves? " l" r"" Alfalfa la a buHlneas crop. Soil for onions should ,0ood feeding Is an Integral part of ttggs are a perishable food product success In breeding pure-bre- d swine. As a soil enrlcher, vetch ranks close to the top. Give the poultry the care and tention they deserve. at- je sandy. Sklmmllk, sweet or sour, can be made good use of bx the chickens. JAMES & CO., Poor quality In dairy products can never be cured. It must be prevented. flAra prnnnil mfllrnM n cnM hftf for eowa these nights. Straw Is plenti- PIrst Class Liverymen Centertowh, - Kentucky. GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS Bkim milk Is one of the best supplements to corn now known. ful. Animals grown, largely or exclusiveare likely to have weak bones. ly on corn Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, QvaSWfj&JiM. The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us Tut Don't miss the chtlcken shows in reach. They are educators. with- enrfuw cotnurr. tt wuaaaT stwiit. For Ovar 30 new towk crrr. Years POSITIONS GUARANTEED- SaV S V SasSaasBsf WE - s.eeP aSBBTaaaW- position If you will GUARANTEE you us real soon. Wo need many more the enormous demand to at once Aa supplyaa we vet the required soon tor our araduatee. number of students this offer will be withdrawn. So write at once tor particulars. bSbsbw s "f j r?' OEO. vr. r.ivoir.1. noHwaami BUSINESS COLLEGE tuooarOBATBD BMkBLISBBD tSS rxursvttiL.E. 60 kt. -- BuekWa "Full of Life" Northern CnMM eed hive tepuUlion ol VI yean ef juccrjilul ircd growing behind tbem. It pays s 0Llnt the toft. Prlire til SEEDS Sptclattlesr YEARS EXPERIENCE . . jj.is Bushel Extra Early N;w Stilnrtess Green Pod . f j 70 Bushel Vardcll's Imp. Kidney Wax I4.50 Bnshct New White Was . . fc.7S Bushel .ja Bushel Curne's Ron Prool Wax , Kcfujcce Fjrllest Red Valentine BBANS . JjjoSuihel . 1523330 CnavniaMTB Ac. mwib Anrnns isndlnf a txstrn ana free whetherm, an our opinion SVSntVm lions la probably IMiSlS-.fKKtin- u Iilj Trade Marks nniftNl j.jo Bushel New Early Grarfui . . . . fj S Bushel Iloislord's Market Garden . fj, y Bushel Buckbec'i Llxhtnlnr Express 13.00 Bushel Lettuce. RUUk, Tetaate and a full line ot ; riams ana buids ai lowest irmnni lor complete catalocve or subaiit a list oj requirements and sriirquote prices. 7ur direct from the mower Save Money, Buy Hitra Early Ataika o-I"'--'?d PBA8 .. . mtcUl nock, without etaarxs, la to Winu Un tnroSh Muim tSTrecJlTt Write today. Mention this paper. StitHM ic fltmricati. k haaosomsly ltlstrtl wtklr. lrtmt . lon of any rt.;tll?A TeW TsstfJIOriWOMf olr--. 1VH H. W. Backset Si., KXtfsra Sees BUCKBEE "twu. BscMsri. mm uwt .. "T: eowun wmmmgmm - . 9twmtm. new 10m w wm dm w ". n4 rciumnty nearly 40 years. Sold In nearly tha 9 erenr Cllva and lawn In t.A tTnltM Stat.s ani t.w mII II.m anM Ik... any other make. Send lor ires catalogue. McCAf.lS MAGAZINC store subscribers than any. other 1.1- latnion -- . I. L .t H lilt - WW sVlfssxVVX "r 'lMim.T Bt, simplicity $& B.PVM.P m r:m n au " THAT PA fctnrtlM tham taoroof aly, at our to mmm aadlalD tou Band apodal photo or akateh for PHCC rport UR H yaarar praetloa. on patwtablUty. PABSINd RirinKHCM. JorfrOttlda 'aasaeaw ookooProlltaulal'atMUwTttato IL'a w Tiim.ulllKl groviH nraapay AL..I. MeCALL PATTEBNS lor style, perfect OS-BO- tavanth WMHINtTON, S Streastt. D. O. aubtcrfSe I I today, or send lor sample copy. VONDEBFUt INaNlCCMENTS to Amenta. Poilal brings premium catalogue and new cash prise oners. Address BI McCAU CO, 2M la Ms W. tTta BULBS nwaaara m BULBS SUCCSED. St, NIW TI A . .a a V FW . W a prmnettl ctu-- r Ari.vL"..rif,tn.mjan&tMd or your -r WBivri KcttmisVL OFFER viLVMy-adu-- u aoBTnais I KuVfiBVo- -i )&: aa4 free raport, dtawuut nrwiuUKlor auSit rrra adnoaThow to obtain paUoM, trad maiAa, eop7nUta,eto, N COUHTBI". I J.'"glmIr MnnmrniiianfrfHlirD.mlwMl RtuXntu Piteat I sai ,. ri, r. a,rwtii, iw E;7. aw, llllisui us - q .. -- ax arvss.maJi-aaB- iirrtl milk Att iiflflm O. tavtt tfru.l l LlaC a!r;-'."unL- lYrlta or mm. lauitk III Slfkta Mrwt, aaw ud UfriiifeMt NotlM ticlltlrsljf. WABHINaTON. "IM Maaia fatast OaUa, I ! iiiwip 1 irr i, 1 -- m -- t- vH. B1.&. aiiiiMiiii -- r: aatu lIMk..w pwi 1 aaav. : .u& TtaaasBBXXi 0. LM.W. aa as hWH BboBroii,iu. S(4MM07i iAVL 10Yfl sjhfeejet 'VosindNS' ) j" N. ISSSSSSSSIS,. J22iil m'4 ner,fc maroi Colored butter need not be labeled It Watch your machinery for loose the coloring matter Is not injurious. bolts and nuts, and don't forget the oil can. Hens will not lay when permitted to run about the farm in the wet and Dairying Isn't always easy work, but cold. neither Is any other job that really paya well. fl.3E The Republican and Louisville Herald a If the cream Is still warm after sep1.6C arating, don't put the lid on the can No man can make a success of The Republican and Coturier-Journal.- ... down tight. dairying who doea not take good care 1.75 of-- his calves. The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at Only In rare cases do cutworms 1.60 bother crops that are planted on Sheep, It given half a chance, and The Republican and Home and Farm land. If of good healthy stock, are sure to Inquirer 1.75 pay their way. The Republican and A alfalfa field 3.50 should grace from fifteen to twenty Alfalfa under congenial surround- The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald pigs per acre. ings or conditions Is a business crop 3.50 The itEPUBLicAn" ana Lauy OwensDoro inquirer and "no loafer. Hens that are put out Into the cold - -Week - O'boro Meaaenger 175, A dosen eggs will buy almost a The Republican and Twice a and snow are soon chilled out of the good notion. bushel of oats. And oats make a .., The Republican and Kentucky J?armer.i-- . winter fed for eggs. is quite common to sow buckIt 1.30 wheat, especially on poor land, aa a Provide roomy nests and plenty ot The Republican and New Idea Womanls Magazine... green manure crop. clean nesting material, preferably dry The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 shavings or cut bay. Is dry and dusty Corn fodder that Ocean and Farmer 1.50 Do not attempt to raise more hogs The Republican and Weekly Inter will be improved a little by sprinkling In the ntangers. than you can handle, else they will eat tip all the profit. Feeding chicks when too young and too much at a time are fruitrui Castrate every male Iamb that will sources of bowel trouble. be an eyesore to yourself or do mischief to any purchaser. Pound for pound, vetch hay has al- ti aoma f.alflliDi 'VttlltA MAM. awmIv One'of the most essential things for as cowpea hay and alfalfa. good seed corn Is not only to pick It ( early but to dry It thoroughly. Get catalogues of the best nursery and seed houses. Make careful selecThe post of feeding an animal Intions for next year's planting. creases with Its weight, but not la direct proportion to its weight. Sheep dogs In England, Scotland and France are the most serious of What the dairy Industry needs most Heads animals, and are Is an improved breed ot dairymen instead of a new breed of cows. Bill Heads Good fruit can be raised only with care and attention given to spraying, whisk broom Is A brush or old ' pruning and generally good care. handy to brush off loose hair and dirt from the udder before milking. Sweet sorghums are more palatable and therefore relished better by both Plant diseases of an Infectious charhorses and cattle than corn stover. acter are caused by microscopic organisms, either fungous or bacterial. The dairy farmer should knew what his milk costs Mm. This Is Just aa Vetch stands out as one of the very given. Important as knowing what tt brings. best green manuring crops to seed in And the tall and plow under In the spring. If sheep are In a good, thrifty condition at the start, two months of good The better your sire, the better, feeding will properly fatten for mar- - your lambs, and so the more money aer. you will get from your flock next year. When some men get on the track of InOccasionally wlnte vetch Is seeda dollar, they think of no other terest until they have tracked It to Its ed In the spring, but under such conlair. ditions It does not seem to do so very well. Sudden fright and excitement at once tells on theegg crop. Never alWhile mutton Is one of the most low strange dogs about where the healthful of meat foods produced upon bens are. the farm It Is not as popular aa beef or pork. There Is hardly any question that Many of the details In butter makthere Is as much In the care of the trees after planting as In the selec- ing can be learned by doing the work. tion before. No one can begin where the other fellow left off. Feeding troughs raised above the salt hardwood ashes and charcoal litter of the floor should be used If soft food Is allowed to stand before are Ideal to keep In hog pasture, and If there 1b any other one thing neeaea the chickens. I decided to It Is pure wator. ef Fried. TkeugU Mr. taking other medicines. No other class of animal so readily take his advice, although I did not haw The day of the country butter merlends Itself to the. demands ot a rural rt WmM Die. Hk- any confidence in It, a supply of fresh meat chant who was In the habit of tradhousehold for ing calico and nails tor dairy butter Is as a young sheep. 1 have now been taking 0 rWpW Ha. t rapidly passing. Light framed birds that mature for three months, and it has cured me RectTtry. People who say that chlcken'keep-In- g quickly, 'such as Leghorns and Minohaven't had those awful sick headaches on the farm doesn't pay are usurca, should not be kept with those ot do not pay attention ally those who the heavier fowls. since I. began using U. to the .chickens. I am so thankful for what Black-Drauinteresting adPomeroyton, Ky.-- Keep In mind the perishable nature The male bird Is the most Imporproduct aad do not hold eggs on of the has done for me." vices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes a rls Ing market without proper fAcill-tie- s tant Individual in a breeding pen ht has bea to raise tha egg laying writes as "follows: '"I was down with Triedford's through watch tor storing them. qualities ot young fowls. stomach trouble for five (5) years, ami found a very yahiable medicine for Draft horses la the core belt fed a thorough would have sick headache so bad, at of the stomach and liver, tt Olvs the poultry-hous- e largely on com mad timothy, or cera stover, lck bone deVetofatj., m I clsanlBf svery spring and keep It herbs, clean;' spray often, and whitewash times, that I thought surely 1 would die. U composed oft pure, vegetable found la lMporte4 'horses. '' 4 and walla, roosts, etc.. regularly. 1 tried different treatments, but they contains no dangerous ingredients, hoga this eld Hare slop warn-fo- r yet surely. It can be freely acts gently, HaUfc tka chickens early; keep did not seem to do me any good. weather If possible. If it cabbo be warmed do, not feed it this,' bat .stake then separate from the old stock and got so bad, I could not eat or sleep, used by young and old, and should b I It 'thick. Always slop them before give tkea. every possible opportunity feeding gralB. Shorts make the best to grew Into strong, healthy, vigorous, aad aU my friends, except one, thought I kept in every family chest. ) seeoad. birds before tho cold ho ate wltholl-awa- l Oat a package today. ott meal weather comes, la the fall aad early would die'. He advised me ta try aborts aad oaa-thl!. Only a quarter. to beat and winter; aaakea'a atoaasrsl . TlMdtord'a OUR CLUBBING RATES. d Twice-a-WeekOwensb- ir-- egg-layin- g l.i Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards I hard-workin- Statements other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican I Job Department. i : STOMACH TROUBLE FOR FIVE YEARS Mt-jtrit- Black-Draug- ht ght Black-Draug- m Two-thtrae- welt-Mtur- rt LVlacJ(-Drau- yr r J t .JJiLLikSku x- - iilWlM., ailift lali Jkniotincements. F- -' IFOR HBPItESENTATIVE. 'Wo wo authorized to announce N. fit. WHITE, of Olaton precinct, aa noml-outfa.. edldato for tho Uopubllcan ot the llouso of or member ' epie9ntatyes. from Ohio county, StJsct to tho General Primary Election. Sit. August 2, 1913. ty School Superintendent county. General Primary Sat. August 2, 1913. authorized ot Ohio Election Baseball Dope. i ( to announce We are JOHN W. ODELL, ot West Fords- vlllo precinct, for the Republican nomination for the offlco of Superintendent of Schools of Ohio county, What was expected to bo one of tho subject to the General Primary Elec best games ot tho season was pulled tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. t off at Taylor Mines park Sunday Wis are authorised to announce W. afternoon, tho day being tho first FOR JAILER. JM. Slcner, of Ucavcr Dam, Ky., as gamo to bo played at tho now Tay. Mtiillrlato for tho Republican nomt- - Wo are authorized to announce J. lor Mines Park. Many fans thought .antion or tlio offlco ot member of the Re- - that Hartford and Taylor Mines were ijllouce of Representatives from unio clnct ,as a candidate tor the evenly matched and expected nubllcan nomination for the office of about .tenuity, subject to the General to eeo a hot game, nnd it was. Botu Jailer of Ohio county. Genera! Pri Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. teams were In A No.l shape, and mary Election Sat. August 2, 19)3 tho Taylor Mines boys outclassed In STOtt COUNTY JUDGE. one respect Col. Casebler's bunch by Wo are authorized to announce W. t authorized to announce Ws jar-maklnc an effort In ovcry Instance vot-SP. MIDKIFF as a' candldato for the to get to first. Whllo on tho other' SSSd. --MACK COOK, ot Arnold ji Republican nomination for Jailer of hand the Hartford fellows, thinking iKCtlnct, a candidate for nomination for Judge of Ohio county. General Primary Elec- they had plenty of runs, were rather i 01tto County Court. General Primary tion Sat. August 2, 1913. slow in that particular. The game iSieeXloa Sat. August 2, 1913. started off with Peters and Flat aa to t announce battery for Taylor 'Mines, and Rick-- J We are authorized We re authorized to announce M. JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route ard and Thorpe in samo position for as a candidate for 1, as a candidate for the Democratic Hartford. In tho second Inning Bar-ne- tt OU HEAVRIN for Coun-tt- y aie Republican nomination subject to nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. and Rlckard made a score each Election of School Trustees. Judge ot Ohio county, Goneral 'Primary ElecHon, Sat. Au- for Hartford, and this was followed Primary Election, Sat. gust 2, 1913. An election for school trustee will rtke Ceneral In the sixth by a run from Harper, JkugjuA Z, 1913. Robertson, Thomas and Rlckard. Tay- bo held in each of tho following of the county on August 2, We are authorized to announce C. lor Mines came back at Hartford by 'Wo .are authorized to announce J. P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a Westerflejd making a run In the fifth beginning at 1 p. m. SH. JJLLES, of Paradise, a candidate candidate for the Democratic nomPeters a run In tho sixth and Brown" i The law provides that all men years of ago and all woiToff ibe Republican nomination ,for ination for the office of Jailer of and Rei t each a score in tho seventh. twenty-on- e years of ago who can jjodgs at Ohio county court. General Ohio county, subject to the General All thru the gamo there was com men twenty-on- e ,tYmarjr Election, Sat. August 2, Primary Election, Saturday, August plaint, and room for It, on tho part read and write are entitled to vote. 2, 1913. 313. of the manaccment of the Hartford Every person Interested In good team as to decisions of Umpire Hob. schools should see that best trustees Ws .are .authorized to announce H. FOR ASSESSOR. Taylor, Jr., and In the last half of poslsblo are selected. Bciow find division and name nnd 5H. WEDDING, a candidate for the We are authorized to announce TOM the elEhth with Taylor Mines at tho number where elections .HcjBibllcan nomination for SOX, of Roalne, as a candidate for bat. It culminated in Col. Casebler lo the office of County Judge of tho Republican nomination for the of- manager of the Hartford team, re are to be held. QMo county. General Primary Elec-sifa- fice of Assessor ot Ohio County, subDIVISION' NO. 1. fusing to allow his team to play furs.t. August 2, 1913. ject to the General Primary Election, ther, claiming that the Hartford bojs Lawson, No. 1. Saturday August 2, 1913. Crowe, No. 3. were not getting a square deal. At Wo are .authorized to announce L. Beda, No. 7. ., ;! , , this time the bases were full The batO. STICHENOR of Hartford, Ky., We are authorized to announce ter struck out. and ran .to first ,' Sarvls Hill. No. 9. ' a, candidate, for.the iDemo-ssxxt- is DILLIS cwaip.-a- s Beda precinct. when Thorpe dropped the ball. Of Bartletts, No 10. nomination for the office of a candidate for the Republican nomi- course If the runners had held their East View, No. 12. vCsataty Judge, of phlo county, Bub-fa- nation" for Assessor of Ohio county. bases the batter was tho only man Bells Run, No. 11. lo the' action ot the General General Primary Election Sat. August out, but they all started to run. Cane Pond, No. 13. Betaary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. Moseley, No. 14. 2, 1913. Catcher Thorpe seeing this, touched Washington, No. 15. home and ran to third touching that FUR COUNTY ATTORNEY. Clear Run, No. 16., We are authorized to announce G. base also. He then threw to second "We are authorized to announce C WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as Mt. Moriah, No. i6. but his throw went wild and was 13. SillTJl a candidate for the Repub-riic.- u candidate for the Republican nominaGreer, No. 19. recovered ty Barnctt who was back nomination for County Attorney tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio ing second. Barnott pegged to RlckTaylor Field, No. 20. DIVISION NO. 2. eI Ohio county. General - Primary county, subject to the General Elec- ard who was covering homo and the .2Slwtion, Sat. August tion, Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. runner, trying to score, was out by Sugar Grove, No. 1. I Aetnavllle, No. 3. five feet. Umpire Taylor claimed he "V xre authorized to announce D. j We are authorized to announce L. didn't see the play and Manager lies Deanfleld, No. 4. tOiKER-RHOADof Beaver.Dam, a ,B L0NEYaa a candldate for the stepped up and announced that when Herbert, No. 0. t eismaate lor ine nepuuuuau uuuim- - Republican nomination for the oi- - the umpire wont blind it was time Clark, No. 9. Attorney of Ohio flee of Asessor of Ohio county, sub to' quit, so the Hartford team followHighland, No. 10. ior County 'aaMsaUy.' General Primary Election, ject to the General Primary Elec Odell, No. 11. ed him off the field. It would have S.U. August 2, 1913. Trlsler, No. 14. tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. been a classy game If the argument Pleasant Walk, No. 15. had not arisen, and many fans want W re .authorized to announce C FOR CORONER. Oaks, No. 18. ed the game to continue. By rules of ."ST BARNETT a candidate for the DIVISION NO. 3. We are authorized to announce Dr. the game it the umpire annqunced nomination for County A. B. RILEY as a candlddate for the that Hartford had refused to play, Kcjicblican Tanglowood, No. 1. General office of Coroner, of Ohio County sub. the game was forfeited to Taylor . Attorney of Ohio county. Narrows, No. 3. ".Primary Election, Saturday, August Ject to the action ot the Republican Mines, with score of 9 to 0. It is not Hickory Grove, No. 4. S, 1932. party at the General Trlmary August known if this was dope by Taylor. New Bamus, No. 6. ' McGrady, No. 10. 2, 1913. The game has been played over and 'JOS COUNTY COURT CLERK. again In Hartford since Sun Cedar Grove, No. 11. over to announce "We are authorized FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. White Oak. No. 13. day, and discussed from every ang'le CIAUDE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver Schroader, No.. 15. We are authorized to announce W. and no doubt the same thing has ZJtra, Ky., candidate for the Repub- H. PIERCE, of Roslne precinct, a occured at Taylor Mines, Beaver Dam, Rlcketts, No. 19. lican semination for County Courty candidate tor the Republican nomi- McHenry, Centertown and other nearSulphur Springs, No. 22. DIVISION NO. 4. nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro- by places. C.'k of Ohio county. General Election Sat. August 2, 1913. District. General Antloch, No. 7. slne Magisterial THE LINE-UPrimary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. , Arnold, No. 2. Hartford. Taylor- Mines. 'XSli are authorized to announce J. Bailey, No. 6. Green, rf. Plummer, 3d. route 5, Har VC. IBUD) HOAGTLAND. to announce Peters, p. We are authorized Now Oklahoma, No. 8. Taylor, sa. ford, for the Republican nomination ED SHOWN, ot Beda precinct, a Flat, c. Roslne, No. 12. Barnott, cf. Sar (Uie office of County Court Clerk candidate for the Republican nomina Westerfleld, 1st. Brown. 1st. Sarvls Hill, No. 13. cC Ohio county. General Primary tion for Justice of the Peace in Hart- Draper, cf. Mt. Pleasant, No. 14. Harper, 3rd. August 2, 1913. ford district. General Primary elec- .Brown, ss. Flint Springs, No. "15. Thorpe, c. Sugar Grove, No. 16. tion Sat. August 2, 1913. 2d. Robertson, Reld, 2d. Ws are authorized to announce Excelsior. No. 18. Thomas, If. Ament, If. REP T. WILLIAMS, of Cromwell Wo are authorised to announce C. Taylor, rf. Horton, No. 19. Rlckard, p. ' jiccfcnci, .a.vjfiandldate for the Repub-'.Hcx- ji WiKSOX SMITH, of Select precinct, Kendall, sub. ss. Johnson. . Oak Grove, No. 20. , nomination for' Clerk of Ohio a candidate for the Republican nomio. 21. Old Union, E. Barnctt. anaxAy. General Primary Election, nation for Justice of the Peace ot DIVISION NO. C. big game at HartDon't miss the siiturday, August 2, 1913. Roslne Magisterial District. General Cromwell, No. 1, Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. ford Saturday. Hartford against the Union, No. 2. ' We .are .authorized to announce LOJ famous Nebraska Indians. Cooper, No. 3. SMITH, of Hartford, Route 6, as a We are authorized to announce J. Prentiss, No. 4. Equality and Pleasant Ridge teams A. BOWLING, ot Narrows precinct, a jcaaiidata ior the Democratic South Beaver Dam, No. C. will play at East End park this after.for the office of County Court candidate for the Republican nominaGreen Brier, No. 7. Cleri: .st Ohio county, subject to the tion for Justice of the Peace, oi the noon, representing the ball game Independence, No. 9. Sulphur Springs district. General Pri- which Is furnished by the W.O. W. fctctloa of tho General Primary, Taylor Town, No. 10. plc-nlmary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. August 2, 1913. Pleasant Ridge claim they No. 19. No. 13. have a strong team and will try to Union Hill, No. 17. to announce defeat the strong Equality agrega-tloWe are authorized FOR SHERIFF. Sulphur Springs, No. 18. $25. will be paid by the Wood'Xk ure authorized to announce S. GEORGE M. MADDOX, Sr., a canDIVISION NO. 6. as a candidate for didate for Justice of ,the Peace in the men to the winning team. ZA Bend School, No. 2. fihsi USepubllcan nomination for Sher-"i- tf Rockport Magisterial District. GenPink Hall, No. 4. Indians ut lla'rtford July . Election, Sat. August iflf Ohio county, subject to the eral Primary greatest athletic novelty In Jxne Star, No. 5. The SAasral Primary Election, Saturday, 2, 1913. Hickory Ridge, No. 7. the world Is the Nebraska Indian -- Ausiat 2, 1913. Waltons Creek, No. ,9. Base Ball team which has created We are authorized to announce so much comment by Its brilliant Rough River, No. 8. We are authorized to announce S. SAM L. STEVENS, of Beaver Dam, playing and wonderful success it has Brown, No. 12. W. KEOWN as a candidate for the a candidate for the Republican notnl-e- r achieved during Its seventeen years Broadway, No. 14. Dam Magisterial District. General of travel throughout IRepubllcan nomination for the ofJamestown, No. 15. the United fice of Sheriff of Ohio county, sub- Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. States and Canada. It Is a rare and Respectfully, ject to the General Primary Elec- HENRY LEAOH, Supt. novel eight to see' a team ot ball We are authorized ot announce players all of' whom are marvelous-l- y tion. Sat. August 2, 191S. For soreness of the muscles, wheth aEORGE W. ROWE. ot Centerowu, expert 'and also who are genuine Wo are authorized to announce W. a candidate for the Republican nom- Indians. When they come to the er Induced by violent exercise or there Is nothing better than C. (COMMODORE) ASHLEY, route ination for Justice ot the Peace ot field wlttTscowling faces and savage Hartford, a candidate for the Re- the Centertown Magisterial District. warhoops some ot the timid people ment also relieves rheumatism pains. 3. adv. publican nomination for Sheriff ot In the grand stand grow nervous For sale by all dealers. We are authorized to announce S. but the Indians' are only showing Ohio County. General Primary ElecThe Senate committee propounded V. LEACH, route 3, Beaver Dam, a their Irrepressible spirits and never tion Sat. August 2, 1913. questions on the Tariff candldato for the 'Republican nom- have trouble wUh anyone. It will twenty-nin- e "We are authorized to announce S. ination for Justice of the Peace ot be a great treat to see them play to manufacturer?, then announced that Magisterial Dis- the HartfoVd team at East End It would act on the Underwood bill TS. BENNETT a candidate for the the Beaver Dam without awaiting answers'. The' "comiUemocratlc nomination for Sheriff trict. General Primary Election Sat. Park, Hartford. July 5. . The strong Nebraska1 Indian base, mittee must have studied statesmaniof Ohio county, subject to the Ge- August 2, 1913. " neral Primary Election, Sat. August ball team will play the Hartford ship In the same school as the mag1913. We are authorized to announce W. team at Hartford on Saturday, July istrate who admonished a prisoner: S. DEAN, ot Dundee, a candidate for 5. They are fast on their feet as "If you' have anything to asy In iSCHOOr SUTERINTKNDK.vr. the Republican nomination for Justice Indians ever are and sure fielders. your own behalf, say it now, lor I'm to announce ot the Peace ot the Sulphur Springs I At bat they are vicious and with going to send, you to the House ot authorized 'MVe are 1MENRY LEACH aa a candidate for Magisterial District. General Primary ' wonderful accuracy ot eye they are Correction." Philadelphia North Am. able to clout the best ot pitchers. ertcjtA. vilm Republican nomination (or Coun- - ; Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. oa Prl-stxta Win-nebag- es ns tho'Rc-jKiJidlcasub-distrisub-distri- ct n. ,' nt . I Thcso great genuine Indian experts have appeared with great success throughout tho United States and Canada and have an envious record to their credit, and are without doubt the greatest Indian Ball team In the World. Green's Nebraska Indian baseball (earn will battle with tho .Hartford team at Hartford ball park on Saturday, July 5. Tho Nebraska Indian baseball team was organized by Guy W. Green In 1897 nnd Is now managed by Beltzer Bros., of Lincoln, Neb. Tho team is composed ot three white boys and ten full blood aborigines who are selected from the different tribes on tho plains and reservations western such as the Sioux, Arapahoes, and Fox nnd Sac. No people are of more Interest than the American Indians. For this reason Green's Nebraska Indian base ball team .composed ot genuine, howling scecchlng savages gathered from the western plains nnd reservations should attract an enormous crowd when It plays the team at Hartford on July 5. WHWT POYoU NttD? WE'VE GOT .famwwwirm nva ur & '"im r ci ! lit I LOOK AROUND YOU DONT DONT HAVE To WASTE AMY TIME RZJOWCD LOOKING ARoUNP Come US-WVE straight to 30TJT, AND THE PRICE "Siia WlU-BCRUi- fcucjd" HT. what'j the uje of you waiting your, time looking around when exactly what you we've got elv-s- t want? what',5 the lje of you waiting your. time looking for. any better, priced when we've got eju jt the pr.ice want? that youlooking we won't wajte any time around our. ,stor.e you want. we have a for what .splendid PLEA JED TO YOU QUICKLY AND WlLL-ftJU-SWE HAVE WHETHWHAT .SHOW YOU ER YOU BUY OR NOT. E T jtock and we can wait upon GARSON Si CO, INCORPORATED. m Hartford, Kentucky. - t , Pri-jriir- P. - lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillBi.illlK' X. noml-KBAti- on Acting according to advices from the Dunlap Pony Co., of Greenfield, Ohio, who are furnishing the Shetland Pony, Cart and Harness in The Republican Pony Contest, we have extended the time of ending the contest until ' Sat-usr&- c. 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 quicklyi as. .possible. We are expecting the Pony Outfit any day after this week, and will arrange a n. PONT DAT Which will be announced later. NOW IS THE TIME FOR EVERY CONTESTANT TO WORK HARD. There are Scores of People ie Your Neighborhood Who Been Visited. Have-Neve- r .?. See Them. "v. MM.fmip!MftaMpnmNMH rii.---faSMv- i tfnniliftin- -