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STURGIS No. 52 In Central City Saturday after a their paws and cry over it like a VOTE IN FAVOR OF II. S. NAVY NOW IS fow day's visit to her mother, Mrs. young baby. WIPED L. T. Millard. An amusing fcaturo since tho IN FOURTH PLACE Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Rico and Mr. RAILROAD STRIKE young ones came Is tho male doing and Mrs. P. K. Salesberg, of Centrat all tho work. Tho first thing In the FLAMES City, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. evening when he comes out he Jones. changes the sleeping bed, swimming Details of the Demands Of Con- Heal Comparative Strength Of Simon Wesley Hardin of Hartford, vis Mr. weeds In with bunches of green ited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hardin from Property Loss Placed At Act Very Much Like Human thrown over his Bliouldcr and bringNations Shown In Bras- ductors and Trainmen Sunday to Monday. ing out the used bed. Then he $400,000 Or More, Mrs. Ernies Hardin and children patches up the outside of the house Are Announced.' sey's Manuel. Beings. returned from Fordsvllle Friday and entrance, getting mud out of ft where they have been visiting relacanal which ho digs out as an enResidents Battle Fire Ii locket-Brigad- es, trance to the house. Washington, July 6. Tho United tives for the past few days. New York, July 6. Officials of the Waste Nothing and Never Make Beaver do not carry mud as re- Master James Edwards, of Horton Order of Railroad Conductors and States Is now occupying fourth place But All Efforts was tho guest of his brother, O.'T. ported on their broad tall, nor ao nrotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. among tho navies world, and House Except With Dry Edwards from Friday till Monday. they use it to pat and level mud. Of wwe bU8Jf today comp!ot,ng the nt not third, as Is generally supposed. Prove Futile. course their tall dragging gives It a Sticks. the ballotot members the ques- - The real loss of prestige to the Mr and Mrs. Edward Owynn, of spent the day with Mr. and smoom iook, ine mua usea is car- Uon of a gtr,ke thQ l0o,000. train-rle- d navy by .reason of the failure to keep on their front paws, their hind men and conduclor8 on tho Eastcrn up the naval construction program is Mrs. Valcool. Evansville, Ind., July 6. Sturgln, Misses Jessie and Dorsey Peters vis- Ky., a town of about 2,000 peopto legs being so attached to weir toay railroads. shown very clearly In Brassey'e Manv. Having as a boy road many that they can walk on them like aj Th h al, whoso rating of the nations was ited their cousin, Olgja Lee Allien on the Illinois llf f tha vnta ,., ., Central Railroad, stories- - about beaver, since goose, the mud being deposited mItted to i about forty miles below here, wa discussed generally today by officers Monday. o coming to the States I have often Mrs. Kate Sloan and children,'. Wil- practically destroyed tonglht,aad where wanted with a flap and knead - mad0 pUuHc-u- t ,n anticipation of at tho Navy Department. at wished 1 could got a pair, bo I might ed with the front feet. The tall is mlUed today tmU th(J nllnaA Rear Admiral Bradley Flske, chief lie and Lavcrn, of Herrln, 111., Who 11 o'clock 'the fire 'was still ragiajj. .see them at work. My doslro was have been visiting Mrs. Jane Gwynn used only for swimming and Is a reallted a year ago when 1 obtain- combination of paddle, screw, propel-- , received advices giving the vote as of staff of Secretary Daniels, point- of this place, returned home Monday. and the few remaining buildings earn ed to bo at the merry of the fUuaen. overwemlngy ln favor of a atrlko ,f ed out the real comparative strength pair from tlio Canadian eomls-.jyed a Mrs. Ida Wakeland and children, It Is estimated tne property loss' scull, smoetmng man nas orieni by the of the nations as shown by Brassey's will of minds, from the llgonquln lor and Irene Morton and Ervln left Friday be $300,000 or more. uevcr iu uyui Ath ,t hag.been known that & figures is: park In northern Ontario, at a cost or, anauc-- nu.eusea as a vu -. for Hellier, Kjr, Ganger eigis also The fire originated at 8:45 o'clock: England, 29. wantcd lncreaae8 of about meen only sufficient to cover cost of trapMiss Eura Robison spent Sunday tonight in tho drug store nal, by hitting the water, making a per ccnt ,n wage8 of S. B. deta,u of tho Germany, 19. ping, boxing In a wire nottlng lined night with Miss Ethel Phelps. noise equal to the crack of a pistol, demands aro publ8hed for u Graves and spread rapidly. The tosra flret France, 17. box and market value of aklna. Misses Emma and Mary Millard of has no water works and the people-formehearing which all the thoer beaver Ume today For vmmger 8ervlce United States, 13. I put the pair In a small lake of Beaver Dam and Mr. and Mrs. John dive. themselves Into bucket briJapan Is not given. 155 miles or more a day, 'on runs of about two acres' stocked with several 111., spent gades Beyond the fiction regarding the conductors on steam and electric to fight the flames. The 'busiTeee figures represent the ships Millard of East St. Louis, verities of water lilies, calamus and the evening with Mrs. L. T. Millard ness buildings along Main Street on bulrushes with willows along tho use of their toll I have seen those trains want 2.90 cts. a mile, baggage- - that would count in war at the pres Thursday. both sides were destroyed and aboilt bank. The beaver appeared to think beaver do everything almost I have men j.,87 cents a mile, flagmen or ent day. The Unitod States is creditap- - rear brakemen, 1.80 cents a mile and ed with 38 battleships thirty dwellings had heen destroyed and Great It an ideal place, and soon grow read about their doing. They Great Hopkins County Fair. at 11 o'clock, and many people have Brltlan with 77, but a great many elcomparatively tame, coming rcgular-.l-y pear to have more than Instinct, al- - brakemen 1.74 cents a mile, ways apparently having an end ln ( on runs of Jess than 165 miles Judge Givens always announces that been rendered homeless, iminations would have to be made for to a certain place about sundown They waste nothing, where ductors want 94.50 a day, baggemen a fight at the present day, so that each successive Great Hopkins County The two bank buildings were de to eat cull apples. At tho end of August they made a they cut down willows. So far. they $2.90 flagmen or rear brakemen $2.80 the true standard is that given by Fair will be "greater and grander stroyed. At 11 o'clock the fire was-lBrassey. Naval, officers here at least than e,ver." Whether this is literally the building next to the Illinois lmrmw nhout tim font hark t.nrtnrlhave not touched the sprouts which and brakemen $2.10. came from tho BtumP possibly wlthj. There are other specifications ln think so, and have the best of reasoia true or not, the people understand Central Railroad depot, and It wtt the bank. Then to prevent any anl that they are going to get their expected the building would go nest. .rual digging into their living room'an cy t0 a Muro supply. Beaver detail for overtime work, Including for their opinions. over.aro purely vegetarian. They do not the demand that trainmen who are Admiral Flake ventured a new op money's worth at the Madlsonvllle The Illinois Central Railroad Comthey covered a s'paco of ten feet be- - ready for service the entire month inion today on the subject of the Fair. It holds the record in this sec- pany has sent a freight engine well It with-brusand sticks which they mo,C8t rlsh and w111 not as some Uove nn muskrats out of a pond, and Wh0 do not He off on their own building of the ships. He said: year's continu- equipped with hose to help fight the-firtion for thirty-on- e then daubed with mud, repeating the noUce they 8ometllues cloaa accord, receive $133 a month in 'the "You hear It said from time, to ous success, and every year somelayers till tho dome of the "fiouse but The telephone operator at Sturgis la now three feet above the level of niuskrat holes and appropriate one caseo f conductors; $87 for bagage-th- e time that the navy Is a burden to thing new and novel la provided for ln giving out Information, on- - the fire the poor. That Is not so. Ships are the entertainment of the bank. Tho inlot to tho house as a Btart for the,r burro'- - As " men, $84 Jor brakemen. Jn tho freight service the demands bulk by the proceeds of Imports which, invariably attend. The races at 11 o'clock broke down and sobbed. Jrom the water, they also covered the Stance of beaver's sagacity, a wil.same way, extending It as the pond ,ow treo had a narrow dltcn on the are on the basis of 4.18 cents a mile largely. It is the champagne, the dlia- -i during the past seven or eight years "The whole town Is doomed. We look they4 fished to cut, Caused by for conductors on thru trains and 4.84 moads, the emeralds, silks, satins have been of a high standard and for the wires to fall us any minute." got lower and digging and deepen-l8la- o The fire was still raging at midandffurs that pay for the ships and the Derby now draws large numbers Jng a canal from the level of the'an old niuskrat's burrow sinking. The centB a mile on way trains. beaver built a scaffold oer this ofj Tne Chicago standard of wages is the 'disbursement of the Navy De- of lovers of good raoing from'a wide night and a strong wind .was blowing. Jake to the mouth of th burrow, so they would always havo water to dead branches ou which they sat demanded for all railroad yards with partment. Tho great problem of any territory. The Derby will be run on Among the business buildings dec I while cutting. ten hours or less to constitute a natl-iis- . to keep the people at work Wednesday, July SO, which Is .also stroyed were, the following! navigate ln. to VM that is 'to have work for them to do. Woodmen's Day, the combined lodges C. E. Graves' drug store, Barker was noticed however that they ' It -r When the reverse happens, you may of Hopkins County uniting ln the de- & Perkins' restaurant;"" Dodd ana! u a a" V " used nothing In their house con- .. . look for trouble. I don't think there termination to make It a monster Omann'a furniture store, Sales " an HICAIUI W IUO WMWt " nnflW jiirui'uuii which uugm nerve as iuuu.'iVT Hlgglns' restaurant, the Sturgis Gro usefulness ln damming up email Flans to Take Appointive Power has been-ansubtle argument offer demonstration of Woodcraft. only dead limbs or such as they had streams every few hundred yards so The date selected this year Is very eery Company's store, Benedict's groed against a proper navy for this eaten the bark off, and all the trash as to Insure themselves a continuous From President. fortunate the farmers everywhere cery store B. O. Hall's tailor shop, country." they could get, and so Interwoven waterway, Washington, July 7. A .bill to take being up with their work and ready B. S. Welch's jewelry store, Mrs. the beaver being almost ntirf ltltia(ni"nH aa t Iia ItiiiirAiTrioMA t helpless on dry land or at least part of the appointive power from store. Miss' for a period of recreation and indi- Ebles five and .. . Japs Celebrate Fourth. , .u uugfl auu tu a vein wuiii iu slow, thus' conserving a supply of the President and lodge It in a com- cations point to record breaking Kate Wllcock's millinery store, Y. &f. New Castle, Cal., July 5. New bears, especially after frost. ' water In pools Instead of the stream ' mission of three men will be Intro- - Castle would not have had a Fourth crowds. The railroads entering Mad- C. A., the Bank of Sturgis, the First They made no move towards cutNational Bank, Bradburn's grocery, soon running dry, and stockmen now duced Monday by Senator Works. It of July celebration yesterday, had It lsonvllle offer reduced ratea. ting down willows till the leaves protect them. Shipley's grocery, George Stmpson's-grocory- , is designed to prevent public offices not been for Japanese residents. Most George Simpson's furniture Beaver apparently take two years from being used as political rewards,' of the Americans had gone on visits VT Pulaski Women to Vote. (about six inches In diameter, every store, Stevenson & Thompson's tintftke. to neighboring cities, so the Japanese wouM be growth( and , ,ook w ftnd tfae to Ky., July 8. County Somerset, xilght. trimming all the brush of, ware store, Nugent & King's drug" th,g fM iWben from Senator8 Representatives and built a platform in a field, decorat&n amusIng Ume Judge R. C. Tartar, acting ln the abfloating 1 down and ataok ng it In pant tlmo party Jeadera thelr pre8ent poWer of ed it with American flags and Japan- sence off the Circuit Judge, B. J. store, Trultt'8 grocery store, E. L buW and. tm . ,, . front of their house with the butts Y ,,M.. Jt ese lanterns, Invited Americans to Bethurum, who Is ln Michigan for his I.Rake's theater and the store of theup so that tho fine brush was all uuuicb. lucru win uu uivcra wuim icuuujuicuuiub wuuhimco. Tho proposed commission, appointed at(end and provided day and night Lealth, has Issued an order directing Stone Hardware Company. and admoniltons administered to the r"'d.JMrCTC the youngsters if they shirk byUe head by each President at tho opening of flre works and free refreshments. A County Court Clerk C. AL Langdon It was expected the depot of covered Central Railroad would be" his term of office would recommend Japanese acted as master of cere- to prepare a seperate ballot for the of the family, who Is always busy. al Hake. Seeing their design I odd t It Is gratifying to mo to see tho in- - appointments. Members of Congress monies and Introduced the speakers, women of Pulaski County to vote destroyed before 1 o'clock this morn-- 1 willow, loads of Cottonwood, lng. The property loss will be bemy neighbors and would be prohibited from making several of whom were Americans. cherry, etc, hauled to the edge of tercst taken by for County Schol Superintendent tn tween 1400,000 and $500,000. ln those animals as also ln ommendatlons, and the commission the August primary. the water, this also was promptly cut English pheasants which are now could make no selections on the basis RENDER. I up and placed 'lu their larder. It Is not known whether any other Glad He Never Married. gelling quite a start wmon, wnue oi -- ponucai rewarus. July 7. iThose, on the sick list are counties In the Eleventh CongresWhen ico came they broke holes protected by law the Ii Tho bill provides-- a salary of $6,000 Messrs. Simon Jones, Frank Hess, c Los Angeles, Cal., July 8. Daniel . sional District will have this privilege . . . from underneath close to the edge -.. fm. Turner, a veteran of the Civil War Tom Gwynn and. little Mi&s Willie or not. "" ww 0..w. ..., Mp ,. . ...1 vre,c. .!... t" w. ..u. !,.. f cete- to ,the kind care off our neighbors Edwards. If all tho women of legal 'age should residing at Santa Monica, who ao thick they Any ot over an Inch or l)ot hunter molesting" them toekl Successful A. S. of E. Meeting; 7 Several of our young people attend avail themselves of this privilege ln brated his 107th birthday today. kapt breathing holes open along We havo lng promptly reported. at (Hartford Friday. Pulaski County, it will cut quite a thanks his Judgement in remaining Green River District Union A. S. ed the pic-ni- c single for his long life and appareat lhe U'l,ln Hartford Those from this place were Misses figure ln this primary election race. of E met in court house In nder ico after Illy roots. Apparent- good health. th of, a..sreat July 3d at 10 a. m. Called to order by Maudo Millard, Jessie Chill, Bertha Jy they only used their store of "My life was never blighted by worHardin, Laura Dowell, Ollle McFare-lanPALO. 8' nri ,n extreme weather. Tnim 's L,"l ry or sickness because I never marMyrtle Hasklns; Messrs. John . . muenm ai vue . ... tn tlt . Although tne iaKo is injea witn . Mr. Tom Wlmsatt, 'of Sunnydale, irW VMW ried," said "Uncle" Dan. "Married wvwh A very warm and cordial welcome Hasktns, John McFarland and Sherley was tn our midst last Sunday. ipoultry netting they got out several ICHI VI UlAII ClU WUUIUQ ty of nature. men die younger than bachelors. report a pleasant time. was delivered by Attorney A, D. Kirk Peters. All aimes ln tho spring. Tho first night We are needing rain very badly. Sometimes deathl s a welcome reALLEN REID. Mr. Forest Beck of Louisville was Crops of Hartford. Responded to by Secrethey cut an apple tree down so I are suffering greatly. lief to a man who gets a modern ln town last week. Mr. John Willis returned from Owhad to put protectors round any ln South Hard.Hit by Wilson BUI. tary S. B. Robertson of Calhoun. on Credentials indtcat- - Mr. Ervln Chlnn and Miss Nannie' ensboro last Saturday. He had been wife." Committee the danger zone, using scraps of poultry netting, old Iron roofing, and Tho New Orleans Picayune de- - ed" that we had a stray delegation Millard were married at Owensboro under treatment of physicians and For soreness of the muscles, whethfrom all the counties composing the June 30. They were, accompanied by Is much improved. even barrel staves aa they do not nounces the Wilson Tariff by violent exercise or and Mr. and j Several from here attended the W. er Induced Mr. and Mrs. Joe James care to gnaw dry wood, and have too it "will do more injury to Southern district, there Is nothing better than high-- 1 . much regard for tholr teeth to cut Industries than wiU be suffered by Following the seating of deleates Mrs. Joe Smith. Tho bride is a at Hartford the Fourth. mont also relieves rheumatism palna. 0. W. plc-nl- c evea the finest wire. the Industries of any other section." tho chairman appointed a Committee ly accomplished young lady of this Mr Lawrence Bunger and family For sale by all dealers. adv. Finding this they did no further We are quite convinced of the groat on Resolutions, composed of H. T. place, while the groom is a prosper- were the guests of Mr. Lee Lewis and , of this family, Sunday. Tioh- - ous young man formerly damage and were always back home damage to be dono Northern indus-befo- Sanders, of Hancock Co.; L. B. Whei the Shoe Pitches. day, I did not close their out- - ( tries by the Wilson Tariff, and If It enor, of Ohio Co.; J. W. Dunn, of, place but now a resident of Hellier, Mrs. Baker, who has been vislltng A dispatch from Milwaukee state Ky. They left Friday for Hellier her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cicero let and they soon found the lower la going to be equally harmful to Daviess Co.; and J. W. Taylor, of of William Jenwhere they will make their future Whoberry, returned to Louisville Sat- that the father-in-laer McLean Co. lake below their own, .where finding 'the South there can be hut one nings Bryan, Jr., announces .the rehome. They have many friends .who urday.' While the Committee on Resolutions running out the spillway they j come, the return to power of the tirement of the big milling firm of promptly dammed this up, as I party of Protection which will benefit was out W. P. Stevens was called Join us in wishing itbem a long and Miss Bertha Whoberry went to which he Is the chief, owing to the speech. happy life. might nave mentioned they nightly Southern and Northern industries and made a very enthusiastic Louisville Saturday to visit her sick fear of what would happen to the Monday for sister, Mrs. Tilford. She will stay flour Industry under Democratic Tardid to spillway of their own lake so alike. But the South ought to take Mr. Bj C. Eaton, of McLean County., Mr. L. T. Millard left medicine without 'mak-- it was called and made some telling re- Hot Springs, Ark. effectually that one cou'd only clear its Tree-Trad- e about thirty days. iff revision. Sunday school at this place Is proMr. Dunk Berry and Ivan Park went out with a potato hook. Appar- - tag a wry face, for that Is what it marks. If a hosiery manufacturer la Phil very busy session and the gressing nicely. to Sunnydale Saturday. entl they could not stand Idle has been votlug solidly for these After a adelphia had made an aaaouacraeeat Misses Bertha Hardin and Dora selection of Livermore as the next Mr. John Stone and family and seeing water wasting, but they never many years. guests of iMiss Mrs. John Ezell. of Olaton, attended of this character he wetttd be brandinterfered .with the lalet. Water i The South has heen helped 'by place of meeting, adjourned at 5 p. m. Edwards; were the ed by Democratic statesmen as a Maudo i'Mlllard Sunday. meeting at Marvlns Chanel last Sat- calamity howler. It will be admitted Northern capital despite Um ooatlau- coraiag ln was all right. or Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. .Wray-- return- urday. Abeut the middle of June, four ed support of the Democratic party, LOST last week ia Bartletts we 'presume, that the Milwaukee man Suaday after a week's visit young beaver appeared swlramtnfc and it does seem a shame feat when Buford voting precincts, a Knight ed home and is simply exercising ordinary pruDysentery is always serious Masonio emblem watch to Mrs. Wray's mother, Mrs. T. M. ltut at sundown about the site of It is Just beginning to enjoy pros-ha- lf templar, often a dangerous disease, but it dence. grown rabbits and I should say parity, due to IndustrialdevelopBieBt, charm, with my name engraved on Gaddls.. It makes a mighty big differeaco-wheMrs. Mettle Eagleeby visited Mrs. can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, k by the same. Reward it returned to Hartford four weeks "old. They sit up la the 'it should be given a the shoe begins to pinch tho Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy baa Gwynn Moaday afternoon. Jane edge of the water and eat cut, party tt) whleh ,tt has gives such fun Republican or malignant and other fellow's foot. Philadelphia la-- "' Mrs. Edward Hughs and little dauga cured it evea whea T. E. BUTLER, yet bite a .measure of , devotion, Camdea (N. apples. They cannot ' ShreveKy. ter Juaaita,. returned to their home epidemic. For sale by all dealers, m qurer.. .V , one. They roll K around la J.) bol4 HERS ARE OUTBY of-th- won-dert- ul ltu er u vu. con-vlo- n ,i. "?1LZZ " ",7 TtTT0 " 7" , ten-cen- - T ..... tE " the-Illino- bov-icr- rec-frlon- ds ., .l.,l ". ... w ,,.. ,,. ...-..- - f?8"' "? "difi ST'lSTtl 5 so d, bill,-sayin- I re w out-wat- , a set-bac- Post-Telegra- I jfrhsWy- - ., :tjUnasfcnfcfc)ifcbn? mnubnmitnl A 'i .Afthiii,-..f- i I i 1 ANOTHER BIG SLAUGHTER IN PRICES! You One? I.- - We Must Sell Everything Before Saturday, July 26. Hundreds are Benefitting-A- re : DOORS CLOSED AFTER SATURDAY, JULY , table is to be taxed three years, or until after the next Congressional PEACE SHAFT election. Dressed meats are to come th. Pottoftlcf Mitn& rrorain eo tow t o( the wcond In free, but live animals are to be mall mttr UtmsUorO,, Kt.. taxed. This looks like a ipolltlcal trick. If meats are admitted free, live animals should surely come In on the C. w. XARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER same basis.. If free meats are to comAs Civil War Veterans EOITORS pete, then the farmer ought to have to buy the stackers and' Reunion Closes. to a chance oommunlcation H itrfitriM feeders from Mexico and Canada. We ftitttford Republloan. are losing faith In the sincerity of the Democratic party. Des Moines Big Camp At Gettysburg BattleM3TCE TO SUBSCRIBERS a new Capful. 26 ROSENBLATT'S. Hartford Republican. tho Southern army? e "Gen. Robert E. Lee's statue, mounted on his famous war horse 'Traveler' will soon be placed on the pedestal already placed by Virginia on Seminary Ridge to receive, it. The forms of the two great commanders on tho battlefield of Gettysburg will then Btand facing each other while time endures. Behind us a Itltlo way at the clump of trees Is a monument which marks tho high tide of tho war on this field. This grand celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg marks a high tide of peace befield Is Now Detween the North and South which serted. shall never recede while Americans love liberty and the Union. The cornerstone of a monument will be laid Gettjsburg, Pa., July 5. A great on Island In commemorasuponly and union of the Blue and the Gray com- tion of the centennial of Perry's vicmemorating the fiftieth anniversary tory over the British tleot on I.ake Ohio River. of ply house of the battle of Gettysburg, practically Erie. educamo to an end today altho the camp "Such monuments possess an We a full line of first-clas- s where more than 50,000 old soldiers cational value which cannot be measwere cared for during ihe week will ured by what they cost. Teach the not officially close until tomorrow. young Americans to believe that wv AH day long weary veterans walkcan have no fears for the future of AND FEEDS. POULTRY ed over the dusty roads and streets our country. to the railroad stations in the camp "Should not a 'peace monument be and In the town of Gettysburg and ' raised on this battlefield or GettysWrite stood or sat under the rays of a burg; a monument In commemorascorching sun while the trains to take tion of this union between tho soldthem were being prepared. iers who fought for different princiThere were no flying banners, ples bravely from 1861 to 1805, by and blaring bands nor marching columns. thru which It has been forever esThe veterans came to the stations tablished that this Nation under God and waited patiently for the announc- shall not perish? aa er with his big megaphone to tell "We should highly resolve to do them their trains were made up. Usu- all that Is in us to infuence the Con-greally about twelve coaches constituted and tho States to erect a twacc a train and the railroad pcophvraced monument which shall bo higher and the biggest problem of the week In grander than any other now here or getting loaded trains away. hereafter erected on the battle field V A NnUDDM T TB AIMING CrUHrtl C1D DAVC BlUton. innuLnuiLi innuuuu uuuui, i ua uutii Kentucky It was the sultriest and most un of Gettysburg." comfortable day of the week. One The Principals have conducted a preparatory school for the A Hero In aLlghthoue. old soldier In gray from North Caropast 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the followyears J. S. Donahue, So. For lina, dropped dead In the crowd at ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Mathecaptain, the town station of one of the rail Haven, Mich., a civil-wmatics, English, and History in 1906; Membership in Phi Beta lighthouse keeper, averted awroads. He was H. H. Hodges, of as a Kappa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's Medal .in ful wrecks, but a queer fact Is, he Union Hill, N. C. Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good Tonight the camp was practically might have been a wreck, himself, If records in bther colleges. deserted. The electric lights In the Electric Bitters had not prevented. sixty-tw- o SPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A streets In the camp were "They cured me of kidney trouble burning brightly 'but the streets and Chills." he' writes, "after I had safe place for young boys. themselves were deserted save for taken other so called cures for years, Boarding patronage doubled under present management. the hurrying back and forth of sol-- i without benefit and they also ImprovWrite to Principals for catalogue. dlers and workmen who hae already ed my sight. Now, at seventy, I am j begun the task of dismantling the reeling fine. For dyspepsia, indigescamp. Two months will elapso before tion, all stomach, liver and kidney the ground on which the camp was troubles, they're without equal. Try not, and there Is now every proba- overshadows tho State's fiscal affatpt pitched will have been restored to them. Only CO cts. at all druggists. Its original condition, fences rebuilt bility that the State of Kentucky will in his mind. But tho next Legislature Kentucky's Increasing Debt. and and roads made over. owo $500,000 in back payments to will contain some good men, The financial condition of the State Tonight the army officers, after a theso men must prepare to handle Confederate pensioners, and accumuweek of the hardest sort of work, of Kentucky has been frequently disthis situation either with or without In the last year, but we doubt lated Interest, before a dollar Is the aid of tho Governor. Evening made merry at a dinner In the big cussed Post. mess tent which they have used Joint- If tho people, of Kentucky, who must, paid out for this expense. Against this total obligation of four In the end, pay all these bills, jet unly with tho newspaper correspondents. Gen. Llgett presided and all of- derstand tho 'real situation, or the millions, and an annual deficit of half Transferring the Shackles ficers present were follcltated over necessity of some aotlon by the next a million, tho State has a claim Mr. Nathan T. Folwell, of Phil the wonderful success of what has Legislature If Kentucky Is not to bo against certain of tho coriwratlons, Involved In the quagmlro that now vwho aro resisting In the Federal adelphla, commenting upon the rebeen described as an army camp that will stand as a model for all the threatens to ovorwhelm our sister Court an Increase of their franchlso cent statoment of ' President Wilson assessments. countries of tho world for years to State of Tennessee. passago of tho Underwood If tho State wins these assessment that tho The uctual deficit at the end of the come.1 suits, tho revenues of the Stato will bill would "tako tho shackles from Wlion the week's program for the fiscal year, July 1, will bo about expenses of tho bo Increased from $200,000 to $100,000 buslneaa men" Is quotod as saying The ordinary colebratlon was tentatively laid out some time ago, It was arranged that State xceed tho revenues of tho a year. In no ovent Is thero any that ho hlmsolf has "looked In vain of the final feature of the reunion State (with tho Increacs by railroad hope of tho revenues of the State slnco then for an explanation of tho tho Fed- equalling current expenses. Including modus operandi of tho President's assessments still held up should bo the laying of a cornerstone great peaco memorial on the eral Court) about $o00,000. The cost Confedr.eato pensions, unless taxes are schomo as relating to this now Tarof a iff bill which will nut this deslrabln battlefield, but tho plan for tho monu of Confederate pensions will, It Is Increased. now conceded, reach $cr0,000 a year, It Is obvious, therefore that tho condition into effect." As a matter ot ment fell thru. 1b small reason to bellovo next Legislature must olther Increaso fact, 'Mr. Folwoll added, "It certainToday Col. Andrew Cowan, of Lou- and there isville, Ky., who was a captain of that this charge will fall under tho. tax rato or It must reduce ex- ly will tako tho shackles from th penses, and this leaves out of consid- European business man, If a statetho First Now York Battery in the $500,000. Thero is no reason to believe that, eration tho accumulated dobt. An In- ment receutly made can bo relleJ of Gettysburg, revived tho plan battle by the Leg- - creaso In the Stato tax of five cents upon, namely, that ou,e European and as a result of a meeting over barring intelligent action may carry temporarily tho cost of houso has orders for 30,000 pieces of which ho presided, a commltteo went Is lturu noxt January, the State's by than to Washington with a vlow to socur-- . deff Iclt will be lesswill co $4,000,0(10 - Confederate pensions. Such a tax woolens from American buyers, eamo on lncrp.ts- means that taxes upon all real estate orders to bo put Tulv 1. 1014. Knd Ing the Introduction In Congress of to work the moment In Kentucky and upon muoh personal the bill with-It- s a existing rote Is signa bill providing for the erection of ing to the tune of $1,000,000 i, year. . . . un paper mo ueucu ui mu r..A property must oo increased 10 per ed; not put to work1 tn American mill n oiiue a peaco monument and tha ' does not show much over $2,600,000, cent to keop up with the ponslons. with American labor, but In Euroof $1,000,000. lint. thnnn who make this calculation ' "if . t .la nrntlrmrvl tinurnvni in ',.v pean mills." ., .i , .....,.., v, In addressing the gathering, Col. It lookB." ho concluded, "o forget that the Auditor has held and tho stato out of debt by direct ttaxa- - though the shackles were being put Co wen said: Appeals has sustained Hon, the State tax rato must be la- -. on, "It U hard to control my emotions tho Court of ratherthuu taken off." It surely battlefield fifty him that the Confederate pensions creased from 50 cents to 60 or 70 looks that way. It looks as though when I recall this years ago. Plcketfa bravo men wore became a charge upon tho State from cents, although this could he reduced the sole consideration which has govapplication was filed. In a fow years. erned the framing of Tariff legislaIn fii'l retreat and wo were, holding the day each Nearly 3,000 applications havo been The most serious danger Is that the tion by the party now, in, power had the ground In tho Angle. Bexond the This Legislature will do nothing. U. would been the aivantago of foreign .proEmmqtsburg Road .the plain, was ' on tile for moro than a ye; thickly strewn with their dead and means $400,000 In unlisted claims, but ' bo better to increase, the tax rate tor ducers, and that the only shackles the Auditor has announced his Inten - a fow, years than to allow the debt to bo removod are those which havo wounded and our own. war - , accumulate. This money must bapald hitherto prevented tho foreigners from tlon of Issuing interest-barin- g "Over thero on Cemetery Rids statue of rants to thoa? pensioners as rapidly some time, nda the longer the matter ' taking possession ot tho America" stands today an equestrian names aro furnished him. is postponed the more difficult will U market, wallo our own Jabor nd'ln Gen. Goorge G. Meade, the great as the This task cannot be completed by the situation. dustry aw doomed to wear the shackArmy of the Pocommander of tho debt keeps piling up, Gov. McCreary we know la a can. les nf ltnAmml nnri unfair compel'' tomac, facing Seminary Ridge'. Does July 1, but the ''' the warrants are Issued or dldate. for .toe Senate, and that tact tlon he look for the peerless leader of whether life-lik- QG8eQ999QSGGi&G99S9G99&i89iQ PLVIVED LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply o. 305 East Market Street mcm it aWrtbti uMt-Klt- desiring th old uddtvu. will p(ierit to la making will recelre the " .fhat'd Louisville Have to Pay?" the livery wagon and began to scrape the mud from his coat, someone suggested, "Found that road kinder muddy In spots, dldntt you?" "Muddy in spots," growled the man, "never saw worse anywhere. Why don't you folks get busy and build real roads?' "Taxes are high 'enough now." "Make the rest of the state help you." "What do you mean?" "I mean that you people ought to be busy night and day trying to get your representative and your state senator to fight for a law so you might levy a tax of five cents on the hundred dollars and get State Aid for road building in every county In Kentucky. I mean that a lot of counties like yours are unwilling to nut ui) a little money to get a much larger amount for road building." "But taxes are high enough now. "I understand." continued the Cat tle man, "but If by a tax of five cents on the hundred dollars you Say, what Is the as could raise sessed value of this county, any how?" I J2.O00.000 about "Somewhere say." should "Well." continued the man, "five cents on that would give you about SI. 000 for your roads. Under a State Aid law that would force the state to pay you somewhere between S7.000 and $10,000." , "Where'd that $10,000 the state would give us come from?" "Thats exactly- - the point I was making when I asked why you didn't get the rest of the state to help you build your roads. Stop and think how many big business houses, corporations, and railroads would have to help you with their enormous funds. The thing that gets me Is that you folks are willing to go on pulling through the mud, when for every dollar you'd put up in the. way of taxes, tho towns and big cities would have to give you from six to nine. State Aid looks to me like asnap for you people that have roads to build and no money to build them with. There are only tour counties In Kentucky that' have to pay In more money than they'd take out of the fund." "Saw If wo were to get that kind of a law passed, and put up $1,000, what'd Louisville have to pay toward road building?" "Let me see, I believe Louisville has an assessed valuo or about Five cents on the hundred, $100,000; and Louisville hasn't makes a mile of road to build. Your tax would bo $1,000 and you have no end of roads to build. I don't see for the life of me where 'you people stand to loss. You put In $1 and gat back for your own use from $0 to $10." $200,-000,00- 0. tttina raannncrlpU not be returned iirrmriii- '- 'T lntm?. 4t3tcia aaninlcatlunit no As the cattle buyer climbed out of LOUISVILLE, KY. original poultry south the Put-In-B- ay .'t)cu(h 3tlirr .......... 11 ...123 The FRIDAY, JULY keep Dao county races are now made an.5 the candidates will get bu3y. j5d ihe State of Kentucky Is going the value of money in order u raj C icllp out her depleted Treasury. uj SUPPLIES TTs Louisville policemen have been Me Jwrrlfled by a few "split skirts" Oat. ihey have been utterly unable txt aoe for Price List. a poarch climber. se VWSVSVWSWVSVrVr 'Kntsident Wilsonmight smash While'llouso precedent by hav- -i weddings for all three of his during his term. s in Con-greTint administration-forcehopelessly divided on curteam rency legislation, and Presddent Wll-sa- a is doomed to disappointment over Ws jet measure. 4MU3&U3-- bs as B Matheney&Batts SEND YOUR BOY TO B s V 'Ohio countyDenioerats have no can Oiduifji for the offices of Coroner or The before the Primary. Snxwo-owhose Sort Ztgpabllcan candidates efeetun Is assured, thereby are Dr. A. .B. Alley and Mr. C. S. Moxley. r ar unanswered, 13 no bene-- f U farmers, why all this worry cjKi taking the duty off farm It It does not lower the price jf the fanners' stuff, it cannot pos-ahelp the consumer? "Fb question is still vis; U a protective tariff I pro-risu- "claimed to be "Tfcrt fi&3efo a war in behalf of Christianity when they pounced uion poor old TVrisy. Wonder what kind of war B&iiy call the present one, wheroln cYnyare "butchering each other in a wantou .and bloody fashion. Balkan-Stat- es intnul iwi JU3 foi'acleanTrImary, at the Republican candidates were present at the drawing t"cr tWisttlona Tuesdaj entered Into a& ixtai rlad agreement binding theiu-js- 5 Jjot to use money or Intoxl-.?vso Influence votes In the ALsa to make a sworn, Item-yitstatement of all expenses, ex- expenses or livery bills, tatpl uithin thirty das after the primary file with the County Clerk. All sixrcjJt lwo or three candidates liavo Jre?4y signed and tho others will do aa as soon as they liave an oppor-JtiraH-y and Uien tho agreement In jTmB as slgaed will be published In vSsiii jiaper. 1w candidates are to bo congratu-laze- d 5or Uils firm stand for !A.5wary and they will no doubt bo rodwwed with soma similar step by ar democratic friends for their nt 3s .v tra-vcjln--- ileoTiTLikeTFoiitical Trick'. ' . ' W trust tlio Democratic party will Emre the courago of Us convictions sand do something more in addition za txtR wool. Tho. Democrats prom-3tthe country a rovloutlon and im not even giving the country a This Is probably a moan thing Not a Safe Place. but we do not believe the Hn Did youse git anyt'lng?" whispered varty would call for free wool if there were a Democrat state engaged in 'the burglar on guard as hU pal em. jOhs wool business. Because Louisiana erged from the window. "Naw; do bloke wot lives hero 13 'bs engaged in the sugar business, wo not to. have free sugar. If there a lawyer," replied the other la dls- .are 5 Any one thing which tho country 5USt. "Dat's hard luck," said the first; eajttcted. U was free sugar. It was averted that Uie breakfast table was "did )ouse lose anyt'lng?" ant to lie taxed, but the breakfast C. Gordon Leo In "The Docket." & re-th- was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay, In New Orleans In 1812. Mighty costly for. thoso with stomach trouble or Indigestion. To day people every where use Dr. King's Now Life Pills for these troubles aa well as liver, kldnoy and bowel disorders. Easy, safo, sure. Only 25 cts at all drug adv. gists. $100 per Plate. I mu'ro-prlatlo- j,l. ... -- ... vt a. .WtKi,.,,-.- ' "i. i wivrr .. , --- .. ff . - ...I . .r ..i ma'mi,9t!W" ' FAIR'S Basement Specials July is the month we give extra values in our Bargain Basement and we think we are just a little better prepared than ever to give you values that you will appreciate. Dr. Claude Wilson was in Hartford Tuesday. Mr. Claude Blankcnshlp, Republican .canddiate for County Clerk, was a pleasant caller at this office Wednesday. 1 have, at my Btand on tho Hartford ami" Lletchfield road, a complete Jin of Groceries and Dry Goods. W. J. MILLER. Messrs. Raymer Tinstey and Felix were In Point Pleasant nesday. . D. D. Wed- Mr. Samuel Thorncsberry, of was the guest of relatives and? friends here Sunday. Baseball Dope. Read below: a qt. Ornnile Biike Pan. regular 25c Value 4qt. 0 5 qt. qt, Pudding Pan Preserving Kettle Sauce Pan Coffee Pot 10c 10c 2qt. 10c 10c 10c 10c ,. 12 qt. Tin Dish Pan Frank May and John T. King have been awardede the con1 '..: Good Hatchet tract for painting the walls and ceilColander Big size Tin ing of the court haU, and have begun work. :.l0c Extra size Japanned Waiter WANTED Several cars of new 10c 10 qt. Tin Bucket " Not the oldest not Wheat. If you have any for sale, 10o 6 qt'. Tin Bucket call on W. E. ELLIS; the biggest but the; 10c Produce Merchant, STRONGEST in surm 1 lb, Butter Molds Indians. Hartford. 50t4 Hartford, Ky. plus security to policy Wolf, If. JOc Cundlff, lb. 25c Butcher Knives FARM FOR SALE A Bplendld 102 Taylor, bs. holders. Eagle, 3d. 10c Big size China Salad Dishes In art. acre farm, two miles South of Cen- Barhctt, cf. Highest ratio of Natum,2b. 10c Mr. Sam F. Riley yesterday receiv- tertown, Ky. A Bplendld farm and a Johnson, 3b. Comanche, lb. liabilities among' Ice Tea Glasses, good size Moon & Black Strpud, If. ed his commission as Game Warden bargain. For particulars, call on 10c all the established life Stem-bottoSherbet Cups BARNETT & FOSTER, Ha;wk, cf. Thomas, rf. of Ohio County, and Is now prepared insurance companies in Hartford, Ky. Soda Tumblers Flora, ss. Thorpe, a. to look after this bulnesss In this 52tf. America. Everything-absolutelTwo Dogs, rf. county. Mr. U. S. Faught, postmaster at Robertson, 2b. guaranteed. Bataga, c. Dr. Oscar Flener, of Russellvllle, Centertown, was a caller at this of Richard, p. No estimates. induceWauseka, p. par- fice Wednesday. Ho turned In sev Ky., who has been visiting his ' THE SCORE. ents at Beaver Dam for a few days, eral votes for his little daughter. Innings 12345678 9 R H E visited his sister, Mrs. R. W.' King, Ruby Neal, In The Republican's Shetshould carry a guaran- 62 Hartford land Pony Contest. 20000100 Thursday. city, teed policy in t h i s 90 30201020 Dr. E. B. Pendleton received a tele- Indians Mr. andMrs. L. M. Gary, of Loustrong company. gram Wednesday afternoon from phyisiana; and Mr. Garfield Barnard and Saturday afternoon at East End daughters, Vencta and Beroice, of sicians In New Mexico, where Mr. Z. gone Park Hartford will play against Clea-to- n, Millport, Ky were pleasant callers Wayne Griffin, of Hartford, had and this promises to be a hotly !; W. R.HEDRICK, - Hartforl. for his health, stating that Mr. Grifat The Republican office Friday. i: A. S. TANNER, - Oweosfar sinking and that ithey contested game. Gamecalled ait 2:30. fin was rapidly 1 am ready to Insure your horses, had started him home. Dr. Pendleton Jacks, mules and cattle against death Equality defeated Pleasant Ridge left Wednesday night to meet Mr. from any cause. here Friday July 4, at East End park, Griffin at Kansas City, Mo. E. E. BIRKHEAD. game being under supervision of A telegram was received in Hart- the Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. 52tf. Camp, Woodmen of the rs. 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon Hartford Marvin Thornsberry ford at Mr. and-MWorld. Score 14 to 7. Equality's announcing the death of Air. Henry HAVE YOUR SUITS Hartand daughter, Mary Luclle, of j living at Port Authur, strength was already known in the guests of 'Mr. and Field, who was are ford' and the Daviess county team Texas. His remains will be brought Mrs. M. A. Faught ana otner relathis ! to Hartford Saturday and it Is came highly recommended and here, tives brought out .alango and. enthusiastic -thougat Interment will take place sssssssssssssbsss-s-s-s-s-s-smbbb-" When In need of anything In staple years ago, 'Mr. crowd. The Woodmen gave $25 Ito ithe Miss Mary Smith, of Fordsvllle, is or fancy groceries, meats, stock and that day. Until a few .1 winning team and $5.to tho losing DyeField had resided all of his life In the guest of Miss Nancy Ford. feed 'call J. D. Ralph's gro- Hartford and his friends here will team. chicken ing Ridge boys 'phone No. Although the Pleasant Mr. R. A. Anderson, of this city, cery, Hartford. Farmers' deeply regret his death. 43t4 FRIDAY, JULY 11 sixty-nin- e (69). put up a gome fight and pulled .off lost- his fine horse Sunday night. Ladies Tuesday were Among our callers Judge W. B. Taylor, of near Mc Messrs. S. L. Stevens, Cromwell; several classy plays, they were, on The hardest worker will Burely be outclassed by the Equality rewarded handsomely in our Pony Henry, was a pleasant caller at this Henry Leach, Republican candidate the whole, Cleaned M. H, & E. Railroad Time Table Contest. bunch and during a large part of the 1 office Wednesday. The Judge has not for School Supt.; Wlnson Smltht game our Ohio county boys played past six Repaired. Hartford, Ky. exchange, nice mare been In good health for the Magistrate In rings at lean candidate for For sale or around the visitors. The batweekB. but Is now Improving con- Rosine district; S. A. Bratcher and Dr. J. S. BEAN, and colt. Work called teries were: For Pleasant Ridge, L. & N. time card effective Monday siderably. jOIaton, Ky. S. O. Kepwn, Republican candidates Westerfleld, Welch and Hlnton; for 48t3. Aug. 21st. Sow crimson clover and peas In for Sheriff; C. E. Smith, Republican LOST Cuff BuUon, with my monoEquality Wlthrow, Brown and Ad- No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. $1.00 corn. Get your sted, fertilizer and candidate for County Attorney; J. dlngton. Club E. W. FORD, gram. Reward. dally except Sunday. farming Implements from W. Duvall and W. P. Midklff, RepubKy. Hartford. GUI. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. lican candidates for Jailer; Esquire THE SCORE. Rev. Virgil Elgin, of Jeffersonvllle, 5213. except Sunday. Beaver Dam, Ky. daily Mack Cook and Esq. J. H. Miles, ReInnings 12345678 9 T Hartford Pressing GMfe, Ky., Is visiting his son, Mr. Virgil Dr. Claude Wilson, osteopath, will publican candidates for County Judge. Equality No. 115 South Bound due 3:45 a. m. Elgin and family. 10523300 x14 dally except Sunday. begin July 15th making trips to HartY. M. C. A. BLDG., Co. H will leave Hartford Tues., Pleasant Ridge 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 go away on your vacaWhen you Hartford at the July 15, at 1:4C p. m going to No. 113 South Bound due 1:4G p. m. tion his summer, let The Hartford ford. He will be In HARTFORD, KY. During the summer months mothers Commercial Hotel every Tuesday and Ky., where It will encamp daily except Sunday. Republican follow you. of young children should watch for 12 o'clock, noon, until Frhinv from with the First Kentucky Brigade for H. E. Ml SOU KB, Agt. looseness of the bowB2t4 Mrs. E. w7 Cooper, of Nashville, 7 p. in.. a ierlod of 10 days. A special coach any unnatural prompt attention at - els. When given Is the gucat of her parents.Mr. and Dr. Ivan Renfrew, of Denver, Colo., will take the. company to Madlsonthis time serious trouble' may be Mrs. C. M. Baniott. who has been visiting his parents. vlllo. where it will be put In a special avoided. Chamberlain's Colic, CholWho wants the bicycle? Williams Is the Mr. and Mrs. Mark Renfrew, of near train. This train will consist of 9 Miss Sallio luru alMrs. Aus- Sunnydale, for some itwo or three coaches and will carry the Hartford, era and Diarrhoea Remedy can guest of her grand-mothe- r, Who wants tho Shetland Tony? AND CURE LUNGS ways be depended upon. For salo by Dam. weeks started on his homeward trip Henderson, Madlsonvllle, Earllngton Hrtford Mill Co.. haa River sand tin, of Beaver adv. all dealers. tf. and Hopklnsville companies togethMr. andMrs. French Vtckere, who Wednesday. to Bell. WITH jurats of friends here .'tinvn iwwi t.iin Gertrudo Schlemmor loft Wed- er with the 3d Regiment Field and Miss Socialist Meeting. . likely Miss Mary MarkB haa rotumea ! reiuruoa jo vwunnuu nesday for Cannolton, lnd., where Bhe Staff and Band. The trip will Socialist meeting There will bo a tfrom Dawson Springs. Any girl or uoy m Ohio county will visit relatives for two weeks. be made up through the heart of Ten- at the court house in Hartford on 1 have Hay for sale. uncle, nessee and by way of Cumberland not over 10 years old may become a She was accompanied by her 10 n. m., when company will ar- Saturday, July 19, 'at R. p. MARTIN, Hartford. Ky. candidate In our Pony Contest. 33tt Mr. Charley Fohr, of Oannelton, who Gap. Returning the candidates for county offices will be fob ... mIT -i- - . "iimn.1 Tnrtav had been vIsItlnE here since last rive at Hartford Thursday, July 24, named. Speaking In tho afternoon Help some girl or boy win the fine ... . itUOD UVIH at 2:55, p. tn. ...... .w..fl.A.wv aim 1flSI ' week. tm HILL THROW AWB UIIWTlWjHK. Shetland Pony and outfit. beginning at 1 o'clock, whon Hon. " irom jeiieraoiuuwii mra visThe Fourth of July In Hartford was A. L. Davenport, QUJtANTXXD 8TI8FA0X0Mf Dr. Horace Bell, of Louisville, of Muhlenberg Hereafter I will sell for cash, ex boon visiting Miss Mildred Elgin. OK XOMXT KXyUMDHJ. celebrated, tho Hartford Camp county, wlll address tlio people. ited relatives here last week. the Shetland cept by special agreement. Will make well By a llttlo work Thomas, of Dundee, Pony, harness and buggy will belong prices that will pay the trade to pay of tho Woodmen of tho World hav Other speakers will also probably Miss Martha and barbecue bo present. Socialists are especialcash. Cutting out delivery service and ing given a big la the guest of Miss Alutt) Duke. to some Ohio county girl or boy. weather Soap for credit. This will enable me to give at the fair grounds. Fine ly urged to be present and tho pub Six large bars of Laundry Mrs. Otto C. Martin and little prices and merchan- prevailed all day and an Immense lic Is also cordially Invited. visiting you much bettor L. JEVER & CO'S. daughter, R. Gwendolyn, are 24 centB at crowd was ( hero, and tho beat of A. D. WHITE, A. E. CHAPMAN. Ch'm'n. dise. Republi- the former's mother in Lletchfield. The prlsos given In The order was maintained at the grounds. C2t2. Hartford, Ky. M. L. AMENT, Sec'y. 5U4. workprovcan's contest are well worth Buy your Kodak and Supplies from BBBBBBBi route 7, tame The ball game in the afternoon WoodMr. Hipsley Riggs, of U. S. FAUGHT, ing for. ed a great attraction, and the Notice. very near losing his foot WednesContertown, Ky. Copies of The Republican will bo caught in men cleared a nice amount on the At the old Y. M. C. A. building 48tf day, when he got his foot days work. The following prlies were In Hartford, next Saturday, July 12. contestants in the Pony Ask for Catalogue. sent to all some machinery on a traction engine, awarded Best sucking at the plc-ni' Schroeter's Floating Studio arrived which at that time was near Muddy Contest. at 1 o'clock p. m., said building wm F V7 PretssVMVsH fVsH Wbltes-vlllthe. Hartford wharf last Friday creek bridge. He. was taken to Dr. A. colt $5. Rev. R. D. Bennett; at be offered for sale to the highest Mr. Wilbur Haynea, of subscription ,.01 guest of relatives here afternoon and will remain here some B. Riley's office, and Is now getting tiest baby, three year, and best bidder. Terras, was the to Hartford Republican Little Wil-Bc- y cash, balance in 6, 12 and 18 time. along very nicely. week. last Owen, daughter of Mrs. Lizzie with interest and Hen upon Prpf. W. Fred Anderson has returnThe Bible School of the First Chris Owen; Best sucking mule, $4 pair months, Miss Mary Taylor left last week property. he Purchaser will be re wm ed from, Bowlln Green, where r tian Church and a few Invited guests M r for Chautauqua, N. Y.,where sne Foot race,. pent two weeks In the Normal pent Thursday picnicking at Bishop's of shoes Dennis Ashley;Bicycle race, quired 'ia Insure property tp esteat W wee'-'' Bpend several i. $2. hat Joseph Daley; payment. Right reserv- V'lsTsMrttsvste.aMssr school. ' landing. The trip was made in a large 2.50 Willis Lyons; seeend prize, of deferred Mr. William Moore returned from this EbbSSw feu fey,Ur sa ed to reject aay or all bids. He Mra. R. T. Collins, Mrs. C. E. Rog- barge, pushed by gasoline launch. The Ingersoll watcV-Chiar- les -4 ZseM Uat King; Best in Tiidav afternoon. M. D., E. W. A wKfcout a ttektr Mrs. E. lunch was under direction of Capt. M lady rider, $5. pair of shoes Miss will return in September and enter ers, Mrs A. V. Goodln and Cs lart area. rafUraa County Pres. Y. M. C. A. his spent the day in E. Blrkhead ersseVl -W. H. Moore, who is noted for sn4 te Kathleen Turner; Best piano 'player the Kentucky State 'University. CMtiM ore tts Mfrtaac- Monday. art in barbecued dinners. Miss 8. plaao beach Irtray. and singer, sins i.outavllle Weekly Herald and wum wohk-mv--w rs, . mm year Plenty of Seed Peas, Cane Seed Sunday School called In at Metho- Marguerite Taylor; Mule race, $10 Tew-toilekw'HQwiu .The Hartford Republican, one I have takta m and posted as an Seed Corn, dist Church Sunday, July 13th, on Harlan Stewart. im 11.35. Send all orders to and Tona 8lver Mine ch for re about 16 hands estray-e- ae fcX 32tf and also a general line of feed Btutt account of repairs which are going The- - Republican, Hartford, ny. d shod a)l is " setd-anDysentery is always serious and high. R. L. DEVER & CO. on at the court bouse. Those of us Colic, at my possession Bijy It now. Chamberlain's it arounA. Cpee -tcarload of Woven desiring to to Sunday School will often a dangerous disease, hut l alJust received a Colic, May 31, 1913. Can be recovered by Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdy barbed wire. have to claim the hospitality of our can be cured. Chamberla's most certain to be needed before the wire fencing and and Diarrhoea Reswdy has war Pybai H expenses.- neighbors, the Baptist. Christian and Cholera Is over. Buy it now and be Prices right. ASA HAYCRAFT, cured it even when niallfnant and Sincerely, Cars" Auto m. v summer Presbyterian. ACTON, L1KINS emergency. For prepared for such an .mile, sorih of Horse Branch. epldeale; For sale by all fetters, si 14 W. B. SAV1LL, Pastor. Hartford, Ky. adv. 48tf. ale by; all dealers. Messrs. Steel Frying Pan Flour Sifters 10c 10c 10c -- 10c ,...'.........: Plenty of Stock Peas and German Millet on hand now. LIKENS & ACTON, Hartford, Ky. 44lf T. H. Benton, County Road En gineer, will be found at the office of County Judge Wedding on Monday 4318 of each week. 3, HartLieut. C. B. Shown, route ford; and Mr. W. S. Carter, route 1 Centertown, were pleasant callers at this offico yesterday. Mr. JohnT. Mobro and family left Monday for New York city, where they will visit his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Will Moore, and also spend several weeks at Chautauqua, N. Y. I am ready to Insure your horses, Jacks, mules and cattle against death from any cause. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. G2tf I am ready to Insure your horses, Jacks, mules and cattle against death from any cause. E. E. BIRKHEAD, G2tf. Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. Mrs. Mary White, who has ibeen visiting her parents, Capt. and Mrs. for SyraS. K. Cox, Jeft Saturday cuse, N. Y., to complete her course Hon. Alvis Bennett, of taulsville, visited his father, Mr. W. O. Bennett, route 3, several days this week. Mr. Bud Hoagland, Republican can didate for County Clerk, was a pleasant caller at this offico Tuesday. Tho brick work on Hartford Col lege has been completed and car penters are now busily engaged In completing tho now building. Born to hto wlfo of Mr. George Tinsley, Simmons, Ky., a ftno boy, Dr. Wlllard Lake attending phjsician. Mother and son doing well. Mr. Sidney Williams returned to his work nt Luzerne Wednesday after spending two weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams. Mr. Hayden Webb and family, who formerly lived In this county, but now reside at Waynesboro, Miss., are visiting relatives and friends near Hartford. famous Nebraska Indians East-En- d park last Sat- urdoy afternoon against tho locals, before a crowd of fully 1,000 people, and did not have any enap of winning over the Hartford bunch. Since tho Redskins arc professional toll play ers, and average 12 games each week, It was hardly expected that the lo cals would do much damage to them, but notwithstanding this, the Hartford boys let the Indians know they knew n little about ball playing. The. final score was 8 to 3 In favor of hto Indians, but they worked for it. On both sides there was a classy exhibition of ball playing and Pitcher Rich ard was In good trim, fanning seven men. Contorfieldcr Barnott made good catches, but missed one long drive, which was almost impossbile to reach. For the first fow Innings of the game it looked like tho locals would tlo up, If not defeat the Indians. The Redskins complimented very highly the Hartford team for good playing and as gentlemen. They were also well pleased with the large crowd, and spoke favorably of our park, saying that It. was far above ithe average for a town of this size. Green's plaed at 1 Hi KODAK t Your summer vacation. ; i It will be a pleasure in after days. We sell EASTMAN KODAKS and !"'3upplies.Stock always on hand. i 2 J U. S. FAUGHT. Centertown, Ky. I Security Life Insurance Co. to lc These with many others are our ments for July, 1913. Visit our Basement and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS 03 08 TO TRADE 'WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. I Hartford Republican i Cleaned s Pressed i Re-pu- b! Repairing and neatly done. work given snecial attention. and Hats for and delivered. month. rate per 27 -- KILL the COUGH the w w.-.i- Dr. King's New DiscoYsry 08Kg JBk. pic-"nl- c 'JsHsQriHBiBiH II c: B, one-foun- th sKUta TmIK rHi MvitK AwlaSi9iH Rr JH w Sa i- KD. f - r a, o c ". aotir c swrit a. 1 J - I i uiLlr a.' n KMMKMHRSW .v&t. 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J 31st Annual Great Hopkins County Fair 3,, r dfv MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY, SO, 319 flLTJOhXJJST -- lcfc2, McKen-ney-Hunter Every day a big day. Wednesday derby day and W. 0. W. day. Great array of Races, King Shows, Floral Hall Exhibits. Fine Music. Twelve big special attractions, including Madame Marantette's Great Society Horse Show and the ltoyal Roman Hippodrome. Reduced Railroad Rates and Special Train Service on M. H. & E. You Will Meet Your Old Friends There. She is a queen In the realm of woman ASSESSMENT RAISE hood. She Is a princess among the tollers. Her hands may be stained TO CASH by dishwashing, sweeping or factory APPLIES grease. But they are honest hands. They stay misfortune from the home. they support the Invalid loved ones Kentucky Taxpayer May Have to mayoe: mey are moving iwwih shields that protect many a family Pay On More Property from the poorhouse. God bless the girl that works. Exchange. He Owns, we deserves better roads and pledge the candidates who may be nominated upon this platform If elect ed, to exercise their utmost powers to inaugurate a system which shall bring about this desired end In the Bpee(1,est anu be8t ,)0B8iulQ way, Slxth. We pledgo our hearty support in behalf of every effort to improve our schools, for better bulld-lngmore perfect sanitary conditions a 'course In agriculture for every high school, and an agricultural experiment farm located In the county. Seventh. Our sympathies are with to farmers In their efforts the obtain better prices for their products, and" especially do we sympathize with tho tobacco growers of Ohio county and pledge them our support In their efforts to maintain whereby they organization, an may secure a Just reward for the toll given by them to the production of this crop. We realize that the struggle is an unequal one and If necessary, we pledge them our stfpport to secure Government aid in maintaining public warehouses, through which they may hold their tobacco un til the buyers see fit to accord them Than I July 7. Stocks, bonds, notes and cash are subject to equalization the same as any other class of personality. When the State Board of Equalization has raised real estate In a county the raise applies to all classes of personality alTO, Including cash and commercial paper. Many county clerks have been Inquiring about this, as heretofore commercial paper and cash have been treated as exempt. Assistant State Auditor G. B. Likens consulted with Assistant Attorney General M. M. Logan and both agreed that the law plainly specifies that the personality without exception Is raised per se the amount of "the raise placed on real estate. Thus, If a man lists $100 cash, and his real estate Is raised 10 per cent., his as sessment on the cash wijl be raised? JO per cent and he will pay taxes on f U0. If he has been honest In returning his cash and the value of Mb land he will be paying on 10 per cent more land and cash than he owns. This Is among the problems with which the General Assembly will have to deal when it comes to consider tax reform legislation. Many tax lists have been made out under the old system, and some confusion Is expected to arise. As a consequence sheriffs In sbme counties who have been profiting by the raise on commercial paper and cash will lose some of the usufruct of have come to light where th clerk has made out his tax list omitting notes, bonds, stocks and cash from the raise Imposed on real estate and other personalty, while the sheriff has gone ahead and collected the raise on the omitted property. As he was not charged with this it has gone to his profit. In not vry case, howeer, has It been due to dishonesty, but the shelrlff simply failed to follow' the clerk In omitting the commercial paper and cash, collected on It and accounted for theito-ta- l amount with which he was charged. Frankfort, K, The Republican-Progressiv- e Plat- form. First. We office-Instance- s There Is more Catarrh In this section of hte country htan all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescrbied local remedies, and by constantly failing to euro with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional trcat-mne- t. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. it acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address: F J. 1IENEY & 0., Toledo, t . Ohio. by Druggists, 75c. Sold Take Hall's Family Pills for con- stipation. I, The Girl Who Works. God bless the girl who works. She ft mot too proud to earn her own llv-ijMr ashamed to be caught at her daily task. She smiles at you from -tokiad the desk or counter. There is a sweet memory of her In ever- jbrave mountaineer, . already far up the prselplce, climbing, strugllng, rejoicing. Tse sight is an Inspiration, It is mi jMBor to know this girl and be worthy of her esteem. Lift your hat U Jwr young man, as she passes by. -Bf endorse all the steps which have been taken by the County Republican and Progressive Executive Committees,, leading up to and Including the call for this convention to formulate a platform upon which candidates for the various county offices and member of the House of Representatives are to appeal to voters of Ohio county for support at the coming November election, under emblem, believing the Republican that it is best for those who may en- ter.the General Primary to know what may be expected of them In advance, and fair to the people of the county to know just where their candidates fair treatment. stand, upon all questions of public twelve Eighth. During the last interest. months the county has been im- Second. We favor rigid economy poverished and actual suffering l.as in the conduct of all the business ueen brought about among the coal of the county to the end that tax- - miners on account of slack work, ee may be reduced to the lowest pos- - charged, to the failure of the railroad slble rate, realizing that we are bur- - to furnish sufficient cais. In order dened by the present high taxes, tnat this evlL may be remedied we State, county and town. pledge our candidate for member of Third. As a matter of economy the House of Representatives to sup- and In the Interest of a better port a measure enlarging the powers business system, we favor placing the 0f the State Railroad Commission Fiscal affairs of the county In the an,i making It tho duty of said Corn-hanof a commission to be com- - mission to require all railroads to posed of three persons to be chos- - furnish a sufficient number of cars, en by the voters from the county at without dlscrlmtration, to handle the large; believing that the finances output of coal promptly, that the of the county can better be handled miners may hae steady work, and by a smaller number of men, who wo ai0 pledge our support for any can be chosen entirely with their otner wise measure, having for its business qualificatons in view. Un- - object relief from this intolerable .slider this arrangement the offce of uation. Justice of the Peace would not be Nlnth.We condemn the present detracted from, but Its powers 'or'DemocraUc aUln,nl8traon ot Kcn. ,, . .. . usefulness in the maintenance of fiYlravacanca throueh der in the various magisterial increBae 0f salaries, creation of count- trlcts would be far greater. less, needless offices, and enormous Fourth.-T- he office ot county as- -, appr01,rlaUoM whtch, ,,ave re8Ulted sessor should be abolished, and the a the ,argcst stato debt ,n n)any duties of that official performed by reIs sure to men chosen by the County Board of years, and which magisterial quire an increase in taxation through Commissioners, for each We condemn It for its some form. district. people of Ohio county passage of the Confederate pension Fifth. The bill and Its refusal to pay these men, many of whosi claims have been proven for monthc, under the A Nervous Woman Finds pretext that the b'.ll I; mice institution-a- l, although hnv'ng appointed offiRelief After Many Years cials under the Uk.t, wl.o are drawWomen who suffer, from extreme ing their salaries. We condemn it nervousness, often enJure much for Its failure to placo tho Pcral Insuffering before finding any relief. stitutions of the State under a nonMrs. Daniel Kintner, of Defiance, partisan commission; refusal to pass a O., had such an experience, regard-in- s a workman's compensation act; which she says: corrupt practice act; and for lowering "I had stomach the school per capita. We also controuble when I was demn the unanimous tendency of the eighteen years old that broke down State officials, from Governor down, my health, and (or to play politics, by looking ahead ytara I Buffered for some other Job, Instead ef lookwith nervousness, headache. Indices-tlo- n ing after the vital Interests of the and nervous spasms. The people of the State, whom they are spasms got so bad sworn to serve. I would have them Tenth. Our candidate for member three or four times a week. After try- of the House of Representatives, ing nearly every remedy recom- who may be nominated upon this mended, I began platform, should he be selected by taklnr Dr. Miles' Is . Nervine, and I must say It helped me the people In the final election, wonderfully. I have had no severe nervInstructed and pledged to vote for ousness for several years." the following laws: MRS. DAN KINTNER, 1002 Pleasant 6t., Defiance, O. A measure embodying the Initia-. tive and referendum. Many remedies are recommended State, District The recall for all for diseases of the nervous system that fail to produce results because and County officials. An amendment to the Primary they do not reach the seat of the Election Law, providing for the electrouble. Dr. Miles' Nervine has proven its value in such cases so tion of delegates to National convenmany times that it is unnecessary tions, and for the selection of all to make claims for it You can party, committeemen. An amendment to the Primary Elec prove its merits for yourself by that where getting, a, bottle of your- - druggist, tlon Law, providing will' return the price if you ther Is only one candidate of any who party at the close of the time limit, receive o benefit the selection, may be made through . MH.CS MTOiCAl,- - MaMMkrV that .party's oaisaktee. I i An amendment to the Election Law or-J.-I permitting any candidate to have the benefit of the votes of all parties which may support his candidacy by having his name placed under more than one device upon tho ballot. The repeal of the odious registration certificate law, which in every election has made easy the corruption of the ballot wherever certificates are required. A measure prohibiting the use of money, with which to corrupt voters, and dlslnfranchl8lng any one who may sell or buy votes. A corrupt practice act. Workman's compensation law. A measure placing our penal Institu a nonpartions under control of tisan commission. Repeal of the hunter's tax. Repeal of the dog tax. Abolishment of many needless offices created by the last session of the legislature. A measure reforming the taxing system of the State which will place the burdens of taxation where they properly belong, Instead, of upon the men who own small homes and visible property, not easily evaded in the assessment. A law giving the people of Kentucky equal advantages with those of the States North of us, by compelling the railroads to give us the benefit of 2 cents per mile passenger rate. Upon all other matters not specifically mentioned herein, our candidate Is directed to vote in the Interest o of progress, and for the general of all our people. Upon this declaration of principles the members of this convention pledge their hearty support to the candidates who may be nominated at the general primary election, first Saturday in August next, under the Log Cabin, for the various offices to be voted for in Ohio county at the coming November election. Respectfully submitted, A.-KIRK, M. L. HEAVRIN, J. A. LEACH, S. L. STEVENS, W. R. EDGE. H. L. CARTER, Committee. wel-far- It would surprise you to know of tho great good that Is being done by Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Downey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., ".My wife has been using writes, and finds Chamberlain's Tablets them very effectual and doing her lota of good." If you have any trouble with your stomach or bowels give them a trial. For sale by all dealers. Say, Mr. Business man; do you need any printing done? If you do let trs c.o it for you. We can print your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewritten Letters, Sale Books, Circulars, etc., and print them right at right prices. Try us with your next order. Call at Tho Republican office. 32tf. fral NEW NOT BOLD THE SEWING MACHINK OF QUALITY. UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTIB FOR ALL TIME. Jfjrou purchase the NeW HOME you win have life asset at the price you pay, and will not have an end less ehal a of repairs. I S lidJ1S G" TfijtSMgM YsSSBBBsVrm it it th -- . machine, writs latest eeM4Pfue before you puinfcess, fhHk4 HiM 9pMf Italiil (!), If you, qantaMwlnc 1 w toLuK. 1 jPi ! OUo-oawt- Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhoad, Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. P. .Mldkllf, Jailer; E. O. Barrass, Clerk; K. E. Blrkhcad, Master Commissioner; R. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. Black, Sheriff, Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcown, Beaver Dam; U. 1. Jones, Route u, Hnrtford; W. C. Earp, Roslnc. Court convenes first .Monday In February three weeks; third ntul continues Monday In April, two whjIib; third .Monday In October two weeks. Wedding, R. County Court-LH- . Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; U. E. Court Hartford. Smith, Attorney, in each convenes tit st Monday month. Quarterly Court Begins on the February, May, fourth Monday In August and November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuc?-da- y In October. Other County Officers C. S. Mox-IcSurvcor, Fonisvllle, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Assessor, Hartford, Ky., II. F. D. Np. 2; Henry Leach, Superintendent, Hnrtford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tues day after 3rd Monday In December. John H. Miles, Rockport. Friday after 3rd Monday In March, Friday after 3rd Monday in June, Friday Monday in September, after 3rd Friday after 3rd Monday In De cember. O. E. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday after 3rd Monday In March, Wed nesday alter 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday aflej 3tu Mon-ua- y in December. John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday vi March, Fr'.ea' after 3rd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd Monday in December. J. C. Jackson, Ccntcrtown. Sat urday after 3rd Monday In March, balurday after 3rd .Monday in June. Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrew, -- Tucsdoy after 2nd Monday in March, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In 'May, Tuesday after 3rd Monday iu August, Tuesday after 2nd .Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesday after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday in November. Grant Pollard, Fordsvlllc, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In March, Thursday after 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after 3rd Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Monday in November. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after 2nd Monday in Murch, Friday after 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd Monday In August, Friday after 2nd Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M, Cro wo, Judge; John B. Wilson, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Marshal; Court convenes second Monday in each month. City Council J. H. Williams, Mayor; 11. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thomas, Treasurer. Members of Council Robert Hoover, P. D. Taylor, J. II. B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, W. J. Beau. School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Chairman: W. H. Barnes, Secretary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tinsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services morning and evening every first and third Sunday In each month. Sun day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. SavlIIe, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning anu evening every second and fourth Sunday In each month. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. unristian umircn services every fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W B. Wright pastor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church bunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford Lodge No. 675. F. and A. M. meets every first Monday night in eaen month. M. u. Heavrln, W. M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. H. meets every second and fourth Mon day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights oi J'ytnins meets every Tuesday even ing. v. F. Anderson, c. C; J. Noy Foster, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 99, K. 0. T. M. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander. L. P. Foreman, Record Kcerer. Acme Lodgo No. 139 1. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Friday nights In each month. C. M. Bar-net- t, Noble Grand; W. R. Hcdrlck, Secretary. . Hnrtford Camp No. 202 W. O, W. nr-etevery second and fo-init his In each montlt. Leslie B 'linen, Council Commander: W. C. allace, Clerk, Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M., meets every first and thirl Friday nights in each months Mrs. Attye Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. 4.ula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. M., meets every third Saturday night in each month. John T. Moore High Priest; W."S. Tlnsloy; Beeretary. AMERICAN SOC1BTV OF BQUTY. National Officers President, Ira M. J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. President, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Secretary Tress., H. O. Tank, Wau-san Wis. State Officers President, J. H. Princeton, Ky.; Vice President, J, H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; Treas., S. B. Robertson, Secretary n, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Hartford, Ky. Members Stats Executive Board Bt":WUson, Webster county; J. W. Dunn. a Daviess county; Henry Plrtle, E. 1. Ray, Hardin coun y, s th Sat-urJu, Bal-mal- Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford. Ky. 1. L. B. Tlchenor, Hartford, It. F., D. No. 0. 2. E. C. Hnrtford, Reynolds. Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. B. L. Alford, White Run, Ky. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. 3. Richard Pluinmer', Taylor Mines, Kentucky. Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession to UW and adjoining counties. CotRmerslsl and Criminal Practice a Specialty. Barnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith Metxra. W. H. BiirnuB and C. & SnilLh announce that Uuay have foriu-- a iarUurahi'sp fcr the guncntl prac- tice ot law, excopt crlxulial and dlvor cases, Mr. Smith being County Attorney is proventod from practicing such ocaees. Mr. Barnes wJU individually accept such practice. Ofiicos in Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- -, 3 - ARTHUR ASSOCIATED Attorney at Law - D. KIRK KY. HARTFORD, WITH M. L. HEAVRIN This office is equipped for handling Commercial Law and Collection Items as well as other legal and litigated matters. Practlco In all tho courts. Prompt andA'IgorouB service. M. L. Heavrin'a Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio Ceantr HARTFORD. KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. I AM PREPARED j-- To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. Hartford Electric Bitters ft is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY,LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE MOMttHBMSUCCHBI SEEDS' I i Tantura in au. wi.. ttMaHM UUABANTEEB TO PLKASE. Mentha M Paper. Wrtf U Uw Saaat t Tarala. f (pUnitld te-da- yt rrttfCvUcctkn SPECIAL OFFER: AtrUlwUT tatkIMour Mruaoant cnitomar. ukl too H.BadaM. O.U., ban TUIt- - AAMMMMMAMVWWVWW SEND 10 CENTS LtowrWH! iMklBfw4tMrrUtoTlaftU"( HIMVNBfJC MU T7SfM "fW" w F J L Mi tUx ttbovi JL ff. H, tk mmt wtouw i SMd4. rutUktJSTi i nSHMJWL Ladies! Saw TMWy uj -- : Style by jim! Mifui MKAllS Uhh McCall PatUrss help ou dtci iir. Wilr it a moUcrtlo exiientobr kweplug tun pos 10(1 cu Ultl fashions Iu lmbcs auU bus. lo hevi I'ublon Dtiicn In eacli luuo. Also talunbla luturiniiloa un sll boms sua iniuciL oniwirc Ttsr. locludinc, s frro patieiu. 8ul it-koii- nl - Rec Keep ki McCJTs MAGAZINE McCtirtMa(tilswll ) nil jCHrliiMilli;iibloroutnmk8lnronri own homo, ,n rriiMi jodoy fur frco iaimta ron.. I rluihlurtor I 16. V"utL1t- - ' ' -l- "io cants Baud for fm Itueru Csulujui i Tt" rtm rrT"to for fretting shd' SrtS" ? amcbc iir fndn. be ml for lit I'ramiuio CsialoiiM kud CU pnio OIUrY WCAUCWW.rMtoZWl37a,HM Jr--i Vr4JMww CANDIDATES Children Cry for Fletcher's DRAWP0S1TI0NS For Places on the Primary Ballot. Tbo Kind Ya llavo Always Botiglit, and which has been .. w jwo, IU uau v uviliu WU BIKIIUlIira UL and has been mmln nminr iiia onnl supervision since its infancy. -miow no ono loucccive you in this. ,,t All Counterfeits, Imitations ami "Just-ns-goo- d are but ... a a.t.t. ai..1 ....1 f1..Janfifii U.Ak;iiu;ii 41inf 4.lrt.. mm unit uiluilIIKUr .it.- - Ill'l'IMI OK .iiu Experience against HIO lufuntri and Children Experiment All Candidates Were Present Or Represented in Hartford v; vw. ni. Tuesday Afternoon. Tho following Is a list of tho Republican candidates who have legally ttualltlcd to appear upon tho ballot at tho August 1013, primary election, for Ohio County, Kentucky, and tho order In which said candi dates will appear as determined by drawing held, it Is as follows: FOR REPRESENTATIVE. N. II. White. V. M. Floner. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. R. R. Wedding. J. H. Miles. M. L. Heavrln. Mack Cook. . FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. Hartford District, No. 1. T. F. Tanner. Braver Dam District, No. 2. Joo F. Barnes. itockport District, No. 3. S. C. Hunter. J. N. Ucrryman. Centertown District, No. 4. R. C. Tichenor. Roslno District, No. 5. Pleasant L. Alford. Sulphur Springs District, No. G. J. L. Smith. Tartloton L. Loyd. Fordsvllle District, No. 7. T. A. Evans. Bartletts District, No. 8. Ben W. Taylor. J. H. Ambrose. FOR CONSTABLE cold easily and frequently mArT ill P time Some of from biliousness or headache; ? The reason it that your system doe not rid mm of the poisons in the blood; Just ns impossible as it U for the (rate of store tort itself ol clinkers. The waste doct to us exactly vhat the clinkers do to the stone; make the fire burn low until uiotigh clinkers have accumulated and then prersjsf it burnini at all. Your liver Is alurfgish you are dull and heavy-sl- eep Doetor Fierer In this condition illneaa develops. rest, nor is food appetizing. Golden Medical Discovery eradicates the poisons from tho body a glycerio stooeas ative extract made from bloodroot, golden teal and mandrake root,COTSfjflstssjeT Hj .....'. vv., w. ..the .. r.T- - ... uuotu .nn .iihnnt .1-.w ii nt. olonhnl.. No matter how stronf time t 1H I ,nut nt Wilier " aC I. qttence the blood is disordered, for the stomach is the laratory tor the constant manufacture 01 dioou. . 1UTCr, - tA . "" .r4.M-. .. Mf . 94! w .j1SCHJ. n. VMW I'Or n MB3. n DUSK. OS n been ... ...sufferer for years from throat trouble, catarrh.. Indisyatssay a Breat ..,... . A.it-a.lA- a H.MM.n..,'lF nfflM I WDBS be In bed. then able to bo up again. Was under many different clctoey and would got better for a little while, then I would sn'T"" f chronic; inflammation all through me. For nineteen years I Pad 1 irot; worse. I poison In mjr blood. After trylns nearly ewrythlnir IDr. Pierce .Goldja In The People' Common Senna Medical Adviser of Nerrou ? Tire You theBlue and Worried? Catch rclly daiMt ...... ..,l. Ink." .... S- - .J YTSf yj -- --. re, " hnrmlcss snbstituto for Castor Oil, Pare Cnstoria Krlc, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It is plcusnnt. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotio fiiibstuncc. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms .and allays Fevcrlshness. For more than thirty years it .lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,, .Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and JDlarrliwa. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, jusRlinllHtes tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep, '.a'ho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA Is Roslnc District. No. 5. Allen Coy. W. S. TINSLEY, ATTEST: Clerk Ohio Co. Court. .ssS-SSI ' BLA! arid Dr. Saire'j Catarrh Rcmedjr. I have taken 8 Medical Golden MedtcM Discovery' and 'Pleasant Pellets.' and hav mjrworic I am now able to d bottles of Dr. Saxe'j Catarrh Kcmody. anil walk with ploaiurs. 1 feel like a new woman. 1 enjoy cverytninar rrouml mo and thank Clod for letting mo live long: cnou... to find sotrw tilni th- -t . irJa ns. well tamln." . . . at -l Jt Of. Pieroo's flcuiant t'ciieta rc.iuiate uvcr ana .... ...... oow.. Notice to Water Users. Persons who have hydrants must not attach hose and leave water running over night, and they are not allowed to use same to water gardens. We want everybody to have plenty of water, and It Is not fair to those living at end or near end of pipe line to bo shut off from the water by tho constnt waste between them and tho tank. Unless persons at- -i tend to their hydrants and keep them closed over night, we shall be compelled to shut water off wherever Respectfully, thlB is neglected. .Kentucky Light & Power Co. Minneapolis, Jv. 3 .Forty is the age to love. This is what Sirs. Walter F. Slor- rlson of Chicago thinks. She has give up an estate said to be worth $250,-00- 0 for the sake of marrying R. F. Fletcher of Columbus, O., and has this to say about her choice: "The woman of forty has Just found out how to love. "There Is nothing In the .world so Important to woman's happiness as love. A man and woman of middle age know how to wag the world. In stead of letting the world iwag .theni." Mr. Fletcher Is equally as enthusiastic. He says: "I have known Sirs. Fletcher since she was a girl and I was a boy. She was just as nice then as she Is now. We didn't happen to marry then. But we are married now. That's one I put over on fate, anyway." JAMES & Centertown, CO-- , Kentucky. First Class Uveryitieii Prompt Attention and Good Service. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, GENUINE CASTORIA tBears the Signature of ALWAYS MSyfe TMl The Kind You Have Always Bought In Us For Ovr 30 Years. CtSttaua COSJUasiT. TT SSUaaaT TWtT. HCW TOBK CrTT. FOR CLERK COUNTY COURT. J. T. Hoagland. Sep T. Williams. W. C. Blankenehlp. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. D. Baker Rhoads. C. E. Smith. C. .U Harnett. FOR SHERIFF. W. C. Ashley. S. O. Keown. S; A.. Bratcher, FOR JAILER. W. P. Mldklff. J. W. Duvall. FOR CO. SUPT. SCHOOLS. Love Ae is Forty. OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Rkptjblican Thk Rkpublicak The Reptblican The Republican The Republican The Republican and Iiouisville Herald and Courier-Jounial Globe-Democr- fl.3C 1.60" POSITIONS GUARANTEED- - J. W. Odell. WS you a poett!6n If you us real soon. We need many more at once to supply tna enormous demand for our graduates. As soon as we get tbe required number of students tbls offer will be withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. wlU GUARANTEE Leach. FOR ASSESSOR. G. Will Brown. D. E. Ward. L. B. Loney. Henry at and St. Louis and Home and Farm Inquirer and and Louisville Daily Herald The jtEPUBLicAH ana Jjaiiy uwensooro inquirer O'boro Messenger The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k Twice-a-WeekOwensb- 1.75 1.60 1.75 3.60 3.50 1.75 J. OBO. VT. ROHWA1TZ rmpcir.L. BUSINESS COLLEGE ioosrafcTSD KIITABUIIirD 104 rxtjrsvir.t.E. ky. 60 YEARS T. Cox. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR. C. S. Moxley. FOR CORONER. Dr. A. B. Rltey. FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. Hartford District, No. 1. The The The The Republican Republican Republican Republican 1.75 and Kentucky Farmer. and New Idea Woman's Magazine. . 1.30 1.60 and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 . Vdckbee's "Full oi Lite" Korthem Gross jsVdltrttd Seeds hive a tepuutloti oi year at successful sred trowing behind tbem. It pays M SEEDS Specialties: EXPERIENCE 9lnt Seasonable -- the bnt. ; PBAS r.rtra Early Alaska . . ti ja Bushel Bushel 'New Eatly Cradus . . . Bushel Ilortlord'i Market Garden Buckbec's Llahtnlnr Express J5.00 Bushel tLattuca. litl Toeaeto and a full lineal &eds. Plants and Bulbs at lowest crowing prices. Send lot complete catalogue or submit a list of out requirements and win quote prices. Buy direct from the rrower Save Money. Earliest Red Valentine . . $j.soSushel - . j.ij bushel Relujree Extra Early New Strlntlesi Creui Pod . Ij.70 Bushel Bushel .Wardwell'a Imp. Kidney Wax U-Bushel Davit New White Wax . . Xurrie's Rust Prool Wax . Ry Bushel BBANS JjAlJi.M Tiuoc Marks WIA9 uji.. . .t.i.kat.il .AaM.ntlnn ic ascertain our opinion fre whether an fnvWon is Phh'r P''Jff4JE"5,IX tionstulrtirroiin.isutW.rUIM'w&'fn'e Ed Shown Beaver Dam Distrlot, No. 2., Sam V. Leach. Sam L. Stevens. RockiKrt District, No. 3. Geo. M. Maddox. Address all orders to Centertown Distrlot, No. Georgo W. Rowe. 4. . t.nmmtatrr nrtmNi i.u tia tsnl free. Ulil.it tbrouihtor MurineCoTreceiTe MuV".? ratents taxsn rCtOI IWIKfs Roslno District, No. G. Wlnson Smith. John W. Daugherty. J. A. White. W. H. Pierce. Sulphur Springs. District, No. C. wii noui wwmo. Scientific Bril4 oaceTat Co. Hmtm Terms. SJ a jitwadealan. -New J. A. Bollng'. W. S. Dean 'If you are a housewfe you cannot reasonably hope to be healthy or beautiful by washing dishes, sweep ing and doing housework all day, and crawling Into bed dead tired at night. You must get out Into the open air and sunlight. If you do this every day and keep your stomach and bow-e- s In good order by taking Chamber-Iain- 's .Tablets when needed, you should become both healthy and beautiful. For sale by all dealers, adv. Trespassing on Railroads. The report of the Kentucky Railroad Commission shows a total of 1,- In the State during 501 accidents the year 1913. Of these 229 were fatal. The dangerous habit of walking on railrcad tracks was responsible for msot of tho fatuities. T,he number of trespassers killed was 135. In ad persons were kill dition twenty-tw- o ed at crossing. Only six passengers lost their lives during .the year, an Indication that railway travel Is not( especially hazardous in the State. Working for railroads Is a perilous occupation In Kentucky as In other railway employers places. Slxty-sl- x were killed In 1912 and 1,362 sustained Injuries. It Is much safer to rldo on a , rail way train as a passenger r. than to walk on tho track as a Numbers of people persist, however, in walking on the tracks and a large percentage of them sit down on the ends of ties to rest or go t sleep with as muoh serenity as if they expected the engineer of a fast train to drive around them, or Jump over them. tree-passe- THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Heads Bill Heads ny elsflUSe.tonroal. Write today. Mention this paper. Sees onths.ll. sUbyall aXMSxkketSt., Ssckf ars H. W. BUCKBEE I testers; ftm. r BU Wasbloetoo. P. C York IPlAVHawlHLK aU ud THAT PA advertise success, eipcas., andwlp you to SssBHidei. photo or stitch for PRCK report on patsnUbUlty. ti years' prsetlc. SU" PASSING RXrCFICNCCa. rorfrseOulde Book 00 lrolltabl. llteula wilt, to OS-BOB Tiini.uilKl eounuiu, or no te. tta V promsclr okula rATC NTS thorongU, at our Fordsvllle District, No. 7. J. P. Cheek. B. F. Rice. Elazar Mitchell. Bartletts District, No. 8. None. 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The following Is a list of the Demo cratic candidates who have legally qualified to appear upon the ballot at tho August 1913, primary election, for Ohio County, Kentucky and and the o'rder In which said candi dates will apear as determined by drawing held, la as follows: FOR REPRESENTATIVE. SI. T. .Westerfleld. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. L. B. Tlcuenor Jno. B. Wilson. J. P. Miller. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, j. L. Brown. Lon Smith. Ulyssus S. Wtaalln. If It Is True. J. B. Renfrow. If It ds true that American manuATTORNEY. FOR COUNTY facturers can produce as cheaply as J. P Sanderfur. thoso operating In foregln countries, j. SI. Porter. why do not investors put their indney David A. Royal. (n rvlal industries and get sonio of SHERIFF. ' FOR e the big profits which the T. E. Butler. Democrats Jauntily assume are being J. L. Slassle. made in this country? There is no A. W. Alford. i fact better established than that disi S. E. Bennett., :" closed by the Industrial morality reJ. D. Holbrook. ports that manufacturing In the UnitJAILER. FOR ed States is aS precarious business. Roscoe Hardin. Failures are numerous, and their caus C: P. Turner. can usually be traced to excessive John Dugglns. Wages and high overhead expenses, W. SI. Boyd. which are, In turn, Inflated by the John O. Keith. jrt'V high remuneration of workers and Hardin Ashley. tweryoBe wbo ,has anything to do FOR COUNTY SUPT. SCHOOLS. with making the wheels go round. ShulU. Oitea ,The conditions are bad, at present, FOR COUN,Tr ASSESSOR. but If Underwood and Wilson perJ. M. Parla. severe In their efforts they wjlll prob'j . .SI. R. Madd6x ably succeed In making them worse, n. n nine.'" ' r" ' and may .even rival the. effort of 1893, FOR COUNTY .SURVEYOR. ,were more ,numer-ou- s when soup-housNose. than factories In active operation. San Francises,, Chronicle. None. '"".' Free-Trad, es . Special Attenton : : In The Republican Job Department. You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a' mistake in taking CARDUI Miss Amelia, Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark, says: " think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before 1 began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did. and can eat most anything. Begin .taking Cardui today.. Sold by all dealers. The Woman's Tonic Hat Helped Thouianctt. Ajife frT IH.I.a m$mmr n WW .i.ujimiij mi wwwM mmmmmpmmmmmfm of Ohio Election Bf "WSf ? v Your Four Footed Friends Aiioiiiceneits. Wc aro authorized to announce N. B. WHITE, of Olaton precinct, as a candidate for tho Ropubllcan nomi-of nation for member of tho Hoiwo from Ohio county, Representatives uhject to tho General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. for rkpresejntativeJ! ty School Superintendent county. Qencral Primary Sat. August 2, 1913. Edtcatioial Rettf. Denver has ten public playgrounds, with a teaching corps o nineteen men and women. IT 15 A to announce We are authorized JOHN W. ODEL.L, of West FordsWomen teach practical agriculture the Republican In tho elementary schools of Tlppe-cano- o vllle precinct, for County, Indiana. nomination for the offlco of Superin4 tendent of Schools of Ohio county, ElecSwimming lessons, sex hygiene insubject to the General Primary struction, aviation, and wireless te tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. legraphy arc some of tho now' sub Wc aro authorised to announco W. jects In city public schools as reportFOR JAILER. Dam, Ky., as M. Flencr, of Ucaver Wo are authorized to announce J. ed to the United States Bureau of a candidate for the Republican nomiEducation. member of th W. DUVALL, of Select voting nation for the offlco of ,as a candidate lor the Reof Representatives from Ohio House tho offlco of "Tho best thing In my section this! county, subject to the General Pri- publican nomination for year was the Introduction of IndusOhio county. General PriJailer of mary ElectloB, Sat. August 2, 1013. trial education for tho negroes by mary Election Sat. August 2, 19)3, means of a negro supervisor," writes knows ho has something flno when ho FOR COUNTY JUDGE. authorized to announce W. a division superintendent of schools gcl8 tt ni0uthful of my to announce We arc We are authorized i In Virginia. SPECIAL BLEND FEED. ESQ. MACK COOK, of Arnold vot- P. MIDKIFF as a candidato for the I o it would not trouble you to know for tho Re- Republican nomination for Jailer of ing precinct, a candidate typical Amcrlc- - jlow iuch trouble and expenso it roIt costs twenty-flv- o publican nomination for Judge of Ohio county. General Primary Elecaverago of Jess than a quires to procure such Feed. That an cities an Ohio County Court. General Trlmary tion Sat. August 2, 1913. dollar a year per pupil to provide free j nftV0 it a enough for you to know, Sat. August 2, 1913. Election according to W. S. Deffcn- - my prices aro the lowest, so there announce textbooks, to We are authorized baugh, of tho United States Bureau j8 morQ inan on0 reason why you We are authorized to announce M. JOHN C. DUGOINS, Olaton, route of Education. .should buy hero. L. HEAVRIN as a candidato for 1, as a candidate for the Democratic Republican nomination for Coun- nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. tho Tho coureo of study (n tho Alabaty Judge of Ohio county, subject to General Primary Election, Sat. Au ma normal schools is to bo radically General Primary Election, Sat. gust 2, 1913. the The Produce Merchant thanged to includo such subjects as: August 2, 1913. - KENTUCKY Rural Hoctolocv. ' bloloer. - domestic . HARTFORD, " We aro authorized to announce C to announce J. P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a science, domestic art, library methods, We are authorized gardening, and agriculture thru Oif NHtr nit (w II CuU. hi ill It H. MILES, of Paradise, a candidate candidate for the Democratic nom- school m Ik kfL CkHftt tku tit kbta. nomination for ination for the offlco of Jailer of club work. for the Republican tWrtrt. Judge of Ohio county court. General Ohio county, subject to the General Some of tho rural schools In the Primary Election, Sat. August 2, Primary Election, Saturday, August have college State of Washington 1913. 2, 1913. graduates as teachers. In that State Utl 10 Ciiti hJ t mm W rthm atL 4 tmt a. nit mciurr c, um they pay good salaries to country FOR ASSESSOR. We axe authorized to announce R. MINTS' iUPflT NOVtl IMHTOU. IT. TOM teachers becauso they believe that candidate for the R. WEDDING, a We are authorized to announce country school should bo as well Ropubllcan nomination for VOX, of Roslne, as a candidate for the Count? Judge of the Republican nomination for the of- taught as the city school. to the office of Ohio county. General Primary Elec- fice of Assessor of Ohio County, subConsolidation of schools Is going on tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. ject to the General Primary Election, to such an extent dn tho United Saturday August 2, 1913. States that, even with a building We are authorized to announce L. boom in progress, many localities reKy., Hartford, of B. T1CHENOR We are authorized to announce year. Tenfor thc'Dcmo-cratl- c DILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct, port fewer schools each route 5, as a candidate nessee offers some notablo examples. nomination for the office of a candidate for the Republican nomiKnox County has erected 'fourteen nej County Judge of Ohio county, sub- nation for Assessor of Ohio county. buildings during the year, yet the ject to the action of the General General Primary Election Sat. August total number of schoolhouscs In use Saturday, August 2, 1913. Primary, 2. 1913. has been reduced from 154 to 136. How consolidation helps attendance FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce G. is shown by another Tennessee counWe are authorized to announce C WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as ty (Lauderdale), whero a new conE. SMITH a caudldate for the Repub- :andldate for the Republican nomina- solidated school had twice the cn- lican nomination for County Attorney tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio rollmen of the combined three schools of Ohio county. General Primary county, subject to the General Elec- which it replaced. The hotter con Election, Sat. August 2, J913. tion, Saturday Aug., 2. 1913. solidation school attracts better at tendance, despite tho fact that it is Wc are authorized to announce D We are authorized to announce L. Dam, aQ ' LqNEY as a candidate for the easy to reach. IS OUR CONSTANT AIM. BAKER RHOADS. of Beaver mndirtnte for the Republican nomlna Republican nomination for the of DOIST DODGE! tlon for County Attorney of Ohio fice of Ases3or of Ohio county, sud- FOR FLETCHER'S county. General Primary Election, Ject to the General Primary Elec Our excellent Bread, Light tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. Sat August 2, 1913. pre-clnTft PICNIC TO 5HOP AT OUR, STORE LOT5 OF -- RESOLVED CSOODTHINdiS TEMPTING Pfc1CC- S- At As "i VsIiMmivp Tr t--- amammmzzxL. t mr,. y It. 'ir s7Ls Q-fc- W. E. ELLIS ti THE GOOD DIE YOUNG, No MATTER HoWLoNG THEY LIVE. GOOD THINGS ARE THE BEJT; THEY ARE GOOD UNTIL THEY ARE READY TO GO. WHEN THEY ARE GONE, THOUGH, COME TO US AND 5UY MORE GOOD THINGJ. THAT'J THE KIND WE ARE CELLING. IT 1,5 A PICNIC TOR YOU TO 5UY HERE; WE KNOW OUR STOCK AND CAN ASSIST YOU To FIND JVST WHAT YOU WANT, AND YOU CAN DEPEND ON ONE THING -THE PRICE WILL 5E RIGHT. . To Mak You A CARSON INCORPORATED. CO Customer Children Cry Hartford, Kentucky. FOR CORONER. We are authorized to announce C We are authorized to announce Dr. M. oaRNETT a caudldate for the for County A.. B. RILEY as a candlddate for the Republican nomination General office of Coroner, of Ohio County subAttorney of Ohio county. Primary Election, Saturday, August ject to the action of the Republican party at the General Primary August 2. 1913. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. Wc are authorized to announce CLAUDE BLANKENSHIP. of Beaver Dam, Ky., candidate for the Republican nomination for County Court Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce J. T. (BUD) HOAGTLAND, route 5, Har ford, for the Republican nomination for the office of County Court Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce of Cromwell SEP. T. WILLIAMS, precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Clerk of Ohio county. General Primary Election, Saturday, August 2, 1913. SMITH, of Hartford, Route C, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the office of County Court Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the action of the General Primary, Saturday, August 2, 1913. y FOR SHERIFF. va authorized to announce S URATCHER aa a candidate for A. the Republican nomination for Sheriff of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday, August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce S. O. KEOWN as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the office of Sheriff of Ohio counfy, subject to the General Primary Election, Sat. August 2. 1913. Wc A Girl's Wild Midnight Rldo. Home Made To warn people of a fearful forest Doughnuts, fire In the Catskllls a young girl rode Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Jelly horseback at midnight and saved Roll, Tarts, &c c. many lives. Her deed was glorious but lives are often saved by Dr. Will Make a Hit. King's New Discovery in curing lung If You'll trouble, coughs and colds, which might have ended in consumption or FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. pneumonia. "It cured me of a dread- Ice Cream Served Every Sunday We are authorized to announce W. precinct, a ful couugh and lung disease," writes H. PIERCE, of Roslne Patterson, Wellington, Tex., candidate for the Republican nomi- W. R. "after four In our family had died Ronation for Justice of the Peace, 87 HARTFORD BAKERY District. General with consumption, and I gained slne Magisterial pounds." Nothing so sure and safe 2, 1913. Primary Election, Sat. Agust for all throt and lung troubles. Price W. C. Schlemmer, Prop. announce 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar- J 'We are authorized to Ky. adv. HARTFORD, a .intPArl bv all drueelsts. ED SHOWN, of Beda precinct, nominacandidate for the Republican tion for Justice of the "Peace in Hartford district. General Primary elec tion Sat. August 2, 1913. CASTORIA Rolls, Brown Buns, tresli Permit. 1 fe j iSrSraSSraS3XESSfi?reSj Statement of the Condition -- We are authorised to announce WINSON SMITH, of Select precinct. a candidate for the Republican nomi nation for Justice of the Peace of Roslne Magisterial District. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce I J. of Narrows precinct, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Justice of the Peace, of the Sulphur Springs district. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. A. BOWLING, OF THE- - are authorized to announce LOI Bank of Hart At the close of business June 30, 191.3. Acting according: to advices from the Dnnlap 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 RESOURCES. Bills Discounted Stocks and U. S. Bonds Checks for Remittance Banking House and Lot $l58,82ft!77 11,410.00 1,693.82 Saturday, July 26 4 p. m. when the ballots will be counted. The pony people state at this week, when the pony was to have been delivered, that they cannot send but will' send as quickly as possible. We are expecting the Pony Outfit any day after this week, and will arrange a -- to announco We are authorized GEORGE M. MADDOX, Sr., a can didate for Justice of the Peace In the Rockport Magisterial District. General Primary Election, Sat. August 1913. 3,000.00 1,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures Cash on Hand and in Other Bauks Total r! 103,455.74 15279,385.33 We are authorized to announce SAM L. STEVENS, of Beaver Dam, a candidate for the Republican noml- - er Dam Magisterial District. General Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. LIABILITIES. Capital Stock .$40,00O.CO . We are authorized ot announce GEORGE W. ROWE, of Centertown, We are authorized to announce W. a candidate for the Republican nomASHLEY, route ination for Justice of the Peace ot C. (COMMODORE) 3, Hartford, a candidate for the Re- the Centertown Magisterial District. publican nomination for Sheriff of We are authorized to announce S. Ohio County. General Primary Elecfff. LEACH, route 3, Beaver Dam, a tion Sat. August 2, 18t3. candidate for the Republican nomWe are authorized to announce S. ination for Justice ot the Peace ot E. BENNETT a candidate for tne the Weaver wm Magisterial uia- Democratio nomination for Sheriff trlct. General Primary Election Sat. of Ohio county, subject to the Gen- August 2, 1913. eral Primary Election, Sat. August We are authorized to announce W. 21913. S. DEAN, ot Dundee, a candidate tor SUl'ERINTK.NDl-.M'- . the Republican nomination for Justice SCHOOl We are authorized to announce ot the Peace ot the Sulphur Springs HENRY LEACH as a candidate tor Magisterial District. General Primary ' Uip Republican nomination tor Coun- - Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. . FOXTX" Suiplus Undivided Profits. . . ..;. Unpaid Dividends .... Deposits ' 17,300.(0 88.95 1,200.00 . .220,796.38 DAT HOW Whlckwlll be annoonced later. IS THE TIME FOR EVERT CONTESTANT TO W0RI HARD. Total J. W. FORD,no. C. Thomas, J R. E. Leb Simmerman, - '' $279,385.33 There are Scores of 'Peopje ie Your Neighborhood Who Have Never ' . Cn Directors. Rowan Holbrook, Jno. T. Moore, Been Visited. See Them. " ... - s w.-TTrw J ""J4& W.i fri ,'. .i ..,.. - ijrrfiwtefa-- 3 i4lBaoc2-... " ; " II ;jZStriniiiln! lllljMMiMi ifi Utiili? ik 1 1 n f f iTimlt ilffi .r- - "-"- " .,--" ;