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The Hartford republican: July 18, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913071801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 18, 1913 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Z)c Wavifoxv Jtoitblicitti. .f Fine Job Work. "VOL. XXVI. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. STRIKE 1 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1913. flour Is free.' You declare they are paying $225,000,000 a year for pota toes. Ho replies, -- 'They are paying $500,000,000 for theaters and amusements. Cut your amusements In halt and your potatoes are tree.' You declare they are paying $300,000,000 a year for buttor and eggs. He replies, They are spending $500,000,000 a year for confectionery.' His replies are unanswerable. They are so many monuments reading In clear black letters Into our eyes an Indictment of your own criminal exravagances and high living." The North Dakota Senator asserted that prices would be lower after the tariff blU becomes law", but that It would be because of the inability of the public to lay higher prices and because of the "general stagnation of business" brought about by the tariff bill. "The farmer may be slow, but he Is quite sure," continued the Senator. "He may forget, but the hard rap of poverty, can Jog his memory. Oace pass this accursed measure, and before 1914 he will be fully awake to the realization of the offense com mitted against him. Pass this bill policy and unless this which annihilated the Republican party In 1912 continues there will not be a Democratic State In the whole N'nrth. If took the farmer sixteen years to forget the last Democratic policy. Pass this bill and the genera tion" living will never forget you." cut-thro- at II of Earllngton, arrived Thursday to bo present at tho raising ot their CAR SAYS DEMOCRATS brothers splendid monument which was erected last Friday. MIDGET MILLS S. S. Trogden visited hla son, L. END AGREEMENT FARMERS ATTACK S:, ot Buford last weak. A largo crowd attended the unveiling of Sovereign Z. Handley's Republicans Agree Not to To Be Established In We- monument Sunday. The service was TractionCompanyandUnioa McCumber Opens AssaultOn solemn and impressive, performed by stern Kentucky. the W. O. W. camp at Clear Run Men Agree. Use Money In Campaign. Tariff Revision Bill. Church. There werq speeches by Sovereigns John Park and L. L. Stewart, 'I Nf.lill Wealthy London Man to Erect of Beaver Dam, and a recitation by Men Will Be Taken Back At Ii- Further Agree to File With County Snoot Introduces Substitute For Mrs. Ira Funk, and singing by the Adaburg singing class, led by Mr. The First One In Clerk Itemized List of creased Fay At Lexington Wool Schedule of UnderJoseph Park. Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton ot SpencExpenses. Kentucky. wood Measure. er Co.,Ind., and Mr. Dennis Hoover and sister, Miss Edna and Mr. amjf Ky., July 13. Owens- Mrs. Joe Blondon were among those Owensboro, Lexington, Ky., July 15. The comThe undersigned candidates for the Washington, July 14. Senator Mcunpromise agreement presented by ActRepublican nomination for the offices boro is to have a new roller mill. of a distance who attended the Cumber, of Nortb Dakota, opened the veiling. ing Gov. McDermott to the traction, Indicated hereby mutually agree with Tho Mayhew Milling company has Republican assault on the DemocratMr. L. B. S. S. Superintendent been incorporated for the purpose of company and striking carmen to-deach other: ic tariff revision bill In the Senate conductig a general milling business. TIchenor is on the sick list 1. That they and each of them will has been accepted by both the comtoday, defending the farmers of the The contract will be let on Monday pany and the strikers and the strike not use or authorize or encourage any or country against the free listing Fish Found In Well. here Js virtually at an end. The agreeone else to use for Ithelr benefit, di- for "the mill, which will be located gr'fcrt reduction In tariff rates on agSebree, Ky., July 14. While testing ment provides that the company shall rectly or Indirectly, any whiskey or on. West Ninth street, opposite the charging the ricultural products, and money or other .things of value in Gallaher1 tobacco factory. The equip- the well in the courthouse yard here take back all its former employed Democratic party with deliberately order to influence any voter or ment of this mill will consist of a yesterday for the purpose of seeing with an advance in wages, although "kicking the American farmer Into I vote in the approaching Primary to "Midget" Marvel flour mil .and an if tho well would supply sufficient the company is not compelled to recthe gutter." meal and feed outfit. The water for a miniature water works ognize the union, but will adopt an 1913, for the purbe held In August, "In this year, 1913," said Senator pose of naming the Republican can- mill wlU be in charge of Col. Mark plant, fish to the length ot three "open Bhop" policy. McCumber, addressing the Democrats, Mayhcwt of London, England. Col. Inches were pumped out. The fish The conference of the traction ofdidates for the various offices In "you arc about to commit a greater Mayhewjhas, until recently, been the were alive, but the Bpecies la un- ficials and Strikers' Committee with Ohio County, Ky. crime against the American farmer Lon- known as they are not like any fish Acting Gov. McDermott was conclud2. They and each of them likewise owner of a 1,200 barrel mill In than has ever been perpetrated by don. He was in Owensboro for sev- found in open streams. ed at 12:45 o'clock, and as a result mutually agree and promise that they any political party against any class It has been the belief here tor a of the two hours and a half deliberawill not become surety tor any per- eral dajs week before last looking people during any period of recordof son or persons in order to Influence over the situation and he was most long time that the courthouse was tion a compromise proposed by Gov. ed history. the rote of such person or for arty favorably Impressed with the outlook. directly over a subteranean water- McDermott was prepared. This com- "With violent hands you are about Ship Stock. To other purpose, except that such sure- It Is hla intention to establish a line course and live fish coming out of promise measure, which has not been to strip them ot every advantage the well and the fact that a large made public yet, but which it la unCommittee tyship by them Is the result of re ot these mills, for local milling. The A. S. of E. Stock which the changed conditions of horn As soon as the mill here Is operat pump propelled by a gasoline engine derstood, embodies recognition of will ship stock from Beaver Dam lationship or personal obligation. .supply and demand were about to .be establishfaield to lower the water to any de- the union on the open shop basis by 3. We each agree to file with the ing properly another will on Tuesday! July 22. All parties 'havyield to htm. You have declared that gree, strengthens the above theory. the traction company and leaves wag' ing stock to ship will pease notify County Court Clerk, W. S. Tinsley, ed In another nearby city and this he Is an outcast In the land which es and other matters to arbitration. once. an itemized sworn statement within will be continued until more is a the Committee at he has made, the only one of all ,The traction officials expressed a thirty (30) days after the primary string o ten mills operated from a SIXTEEN STABS S. L. STBAVEN8, the class's of American peoplo who willingness to sign the agreement. stating the nature, amount and name common point. L. B. TICHENOR. is not entitled to any consideration It Is expected that the mill will ibe While the Strikers' Committee took it of the party or parties to whom we H. T. PORTER. May- WITH A KNIFE and will submit it to a meeting- of at our hands. You have insulted hU Committee. or either of us paid any campaign in operation by August 30. Col. xenso of fairness, slapped him in expenses after this date, but this hew has returned to London, but the union to be held at 2 o'clock this the face and kicked him Into the afternoon, for ratification or rejec shall not cover hotel or livery bills wUl be back In Owensboro In the gutter." INTERVIEWING THE made In regular course of the can- next five weeks, and will lie followed Inflicted Oh James Lanham, tion. " The tariff bill, Senator .McCumber by hla family In tho early autumn. Gov. McDermott received the offivass. . Aged Citizen, Near declared, 3eemcd to hae been "conArticles Incorporating the new con"4. cials of the Kentucky Traction and This agremeent' shall become INTERVIEWER ceited In animosity against every Terminal Company aad binding, on the candidates for any cern ,weje Jiled In the county' 'clerk's Fordsville. capital stock 13 American Industry that needed profrom the newly organized carmen's office when the same shall have been office Saturday. The 400 tection," with Uie American farmer union in his room at the Phoenix Hosigned by all the other candidates placed at $10,000, divided Into as tlio "special object of hie choler of $25 each. Mr. Mayhew Fordsvllle, Ky., July 12. Last Tues tel atl0:30 o'clock this morning for a Should Not a Clear Majority Vote for that office, and the fact that any shares 200 ehares, and tho other Inanil hate." candidate for other office or offices owns when Jagioa Lanham, conference on the strike1 situation. Little, C. A. day evening ...It was the Democrats, Senator Mc The traction officials In the conferthe Voice Be Respected as has not signed this agreement shall corporators, L. Freeman who lives about two miles south of own Cumber declared, who told the farmer not release any candidate whose op- Rogers and W. L. Reno each place, returned home from his ence were Vice President and Genthis that he had been wronged by Mr. four shares. The business is to be of the People? ponents have signed this agreement. work he was Informed by his wife eral Manager F. W. Bacon, SuperinTaft because the former President conducted by a board of five direc This July 8th. 1913. his nephew, 'James Lanham, had tendent ot Electrical Construction Jno sought to "trade off his protection for tors, and a president, vice president, that W. C. ASHLEY, Sheriff. lnstftted her. This so enraged the P. Pope, Superintendent of Transporreciprocal tariff reductions by Can-- ! secretary and general manager. The S. A. BRATCHER. Sheriff. audiences to news old man that he got hts shot gun and tation Henry Buush, Col. John R. In his ada," and it was the Democrats who election of officers Is to take place KEOWN, Sheriff. S. O. went to the home of his nephew, who Aliens Commonwealth's Attorney, and paper correspondents In Washington tried to convince tha farmer that the the first Monday in September, 1913. R. R. WEDDING. Judge. suggests the ques lived a shout distance down the road. R. C. Stoll, chief counsel for the comRepublican party was not to be trust- President Wilson The highest amount of Indebtedness MACK COOK, Judge. As soon as he saw his nephew he pany. tions to be asked ,and then, to his ed and that they, Instead, should be that the company may Incur is fixed commanded him to get up on top ot The strikers' committee was comJ. H. MILES. Judge. interrogations thus transferred Intrusted with his Interests. The reci- own at $20,000. M. L. HEAVRIN. Judge. press, a stump, where he held him until posed of District Organiser Harrr procity proposition, the Senator argu- to the good listeners of the C. M. BARNETT. Co. Atfy. answer he has deliber nearly dark, at the same time rep- Hearne and Messrs. R. Gross, W. ed, had one virtue, in that It pro- - supplies the Stringent Marriage Law. D. BAKER RHOADS, Atfy. rimanding him for his conduct. The jM. Holland; W. C. Stone and E. ately prepared. Thus, the prestldlg- loaed to get something for surrenderGrand Forks. OJ. D., July 14. Un- boy was then allowed to return to Sutherland, the last four members ot C. E. SMITH. Co. Att'y. requests a spectator to choose lmr nothlmr. while the Democrats nro- - Itator der the new North Dakota marriage his home. the carmen's union. N. B. WHITE. Rep. posed to trade away the farmer's In- - a card and proceeds Infallibly to name law, which has Just become effective The traction officials were donatiW. M. FLENER, Rep. U a question that Friday evening the elder Lanham terest in everything "for absolutely the card. There J. T. HOAGLAND, C. C. C. the Intermarriage of diseased per- was in Fordsvllle, where he works ed with the Governor for more than A should be put to the President, but nothing. sons is prohibited. This is the first most of the time as a painter. Re- halt hour the strikers' committee was SEP WILLIAMS, C. C. C. "The reciprocity proposition," he the chances are that he would evade BLANKENSHIP, step taken towards the more rigid turning to his home, he .was met in admitted. The Impression prevailed CLAUDE continued, "subjected the farmer to It. Let him anawer.lt If he dares. The control of marriages, and is In line hte public road by his nephew, who that a satisfactory settlement of the Co. C. C. the free competition of Canada only, probability Is that he can not be HENRY LEACH, Co. Supt. with the general movement thruout renewed the trouble between them. strike will be reached. You subject him to the competition brought near It. It Is simply this: imthe country for the physical examina- The old man struck at his nephew Circuit Judge Charles Kerr I J. W. DUVALL, Jailer. majority of Canada, Should a distinctly-declarof tho whole world-- all tion of persons about to enter the with a broomhandle and started to paneled a special grand Jury this W. P. MIDKIFP. Jailer. Auustralla, Venezuela. Argentina, Cu- - of the total vote in an election be marriage state. D. E. WARD, Assessor. people? get off his horse when hla foot got morning to investigate the riots1 of ba. the Philippines and eery other respected as the voice of the Each person seeking to be married caught in the stirrup. Young Lan- yesterday. He delivered a strong J. T. COX, Assessor. country on the face o'f the earth that Protective platforms received such a must file with the license clerk a ham had his knife open, and he Jump- - charge to the grand Jury to go to the G. WILL BROWN, Same. majority last year, but the President may want to dump its products Into W. H PIERCE. Magistrate certificate of good health, the. cer ed on his uncle, Btabblng him 1G bottom ot the lawlessness. It is ex program. He a market that belongs by right to is pushing a Free-Trad- e tificate to show that the person is times. Me was cut three or four times pected that wholesale summonses for Roslno District. y contend that a minority by reas- thi American farmer." NOTE. Several of the county can- not afflicted with any contagious or In the Dowels, and the other wounds witnesses will be Issued at once bo that bswu Senator McCumber asserted that on oi a amuea opposition-had an opportunity Infectious disease. Another certificate are very ugly ones. The wounded man every witness and alleged offender the Democrats admitted tho tariff national control according to const! didates have not moral to sign the above agreement, but must be filed to show that the was removed to his home, and his am appear before the inquisitorial tutlonal provision. But .the bill would Injure the farmer, they all endorse all parties are not, in any manner re- Injuries dressed by Dr. J. E. Barn-hi- ll body. that ho received too much point remain's. Is It entitled to any we understand All was quiet at the car barns last In high of Its provisions, and will add their lated by blood. official of this place. Mr. Lanham was ftr hlanroducts and must be comnell - ' weight? Should anpower without Habitual drunkards are prohibited still alive at a late hour tonight, but night. The strike breakers remain names to the list as soon as they, charged authority use his ed to sell them cheaper, and opportunity. Only a few of from marrying under the provisions It is said that his wounds are almost quartered at the company's barn unthe Democrat "know that your Sard tm the expressed Judgement of have an der a strong guard of police and depfor Magistrates have of the new law also. certain to prove fatal. claim that you are going to benefit! the majority, or. rather, exactly con- the 'candidates aa had an opportunity to sign. eye witnesses to the af- uty sheriffs. There has been no demThe only the consumer 1s false and demagog- trary to It? Ohio Coiaty Couple Elope. a ai and the Back ot the question that President fair were Ollle'Huff and hla wife, and onstration of any kind to-dic In the extreme." The Senator subyoung young Lanham's wife and children. city Is as quiet as a country village. Fordsvllle, Ky., July 12.-ipermitted himself to To Fight Tobacco Trust. mitted statistics seeking to show Wilson has not Organizer Hary Hearne annquaced couple Charles Conder and Mlsa LizThe Young Lanham has not been arMint Ihn tariff did' not effect the hear are the following figures: Grand Forks, N. D.. July 15. The zie Foreman, who eloped Thursday year was 15,034,800. although he was seen In this morning that out ot 11U men on rested, price of farm products to the oonsum- - total vote last Tobacco Trust and the Pure Food Deninety-five-hanow In Fordsville this afternoon. Owenabo-r-o the payroll ot the company er and, again addressing the Demo For Protective platforms the vote partment of North Dakota are setting night from Narrows are where Miss Foreman la beJoined the union and are standIs more than Inquirer. was 7,604,664 which crats, said: the stage for a fight, the efforts of ing held In custody, pending the aring firm tor thelrdemands. 6,- Your ears are closed to every half the total. Wilson's vote was the trust to evade the North Da- rival of her father in that city SunA Splendid Feed. - or l.ju.tm less iuu uk kota antl-snuappeal for Justice for the tiller ot.izu,law being responsible. day. ma-yoSpecial Trait. Arab Feed Js a tba)anccd ration. soil. You are reaching a point where vote for Protection. The jlear North Dakota Is the first State and Miss Foreman Contains every product Mr. Conder (and no To Madlsonvllle, Ky., July 31st and Income Is unable to keep pace'jorlty for Protection over all other in the Union to attempt to bar the I started to Owensboro early Friday It takes to make flesh, August 1st, account Hopkins CounNevertheless with your extravagances, and you parties was 174,528. sale of snuff, Pure Food Commis morning, but being Informed that .the other) that " " ,' Is trying to force muscle. Will tone up the ty Fair: are asking the farmer to make good President Wilson sioner Ladd making a successful fight father of the girl was on their trail, bone and upon the country. He Is appetite and increase vitality and by reducing the price of Free-TraLeaves Hartford, 8:30 a. m. the deficit on the product, on the plea that It they eluded the town marshal at , activity. Horses are fond of It and Centertown, 8:44 a. m. his products. It never occurs to you Ignoring the voice of the people and u .on,,,,.. He Instances " Fordsvllle, and went to Canuelton, will eat It In preference to any othKronos, 8:55 a. m. proper place to begin ec- - fastening upon me people somewwf whero v. BQU(f nave f thatf-the- . 4K crossing the river at Hawesville. er feed. For sale by W. E. Ellis, - ,that a majority condemned at the ltaanel ; . Moorman, 9)07 a. m. oaomy Is on the luxuries, the unwc days'asa a a8W They were refused license at Cannel-to- Produce Merchant, . Hartford, Kenelection, poea the President think Indulgence: Bremen, 9:17 a. m. of life. You declare eanries onby excessive and then proceeded to Evansvllle tucky. U brourtt lt Millport, 9:27 a. m. To. Uw WM pM8ed that, the American people are paying this standard of poUlcal action - glnce they- - were again refused. , Anton, 9:41 a. m. mothers ,njtroduoed a 8ub. ;where a year for meat, and la conformity with what he hw form$1,500,000,009 During the summer months Tmt bM ' is too much. He anw- - erly said and, written about popular aga,M you say-thfQp young children should watch for "Arrive Madlsonvllle, 10:00 a. m. and ,t RUN. CLEAR of MadUonviUe, Returning, leaves "They are atoo paying $2,000,000,- - ruei me majority tor th, fl nroduct the food department July 15. We had a f(ne rain last any unnatural looseness of the bowwm umumivimni will now direct 1U energies. your uq- - uu stau. a year for liquors, uut ot sev- els. When given prompt attention at 6:05 p. m. Tickets will be on sale week, which broke the drouth uor bill half and you will have be heard from later, aw, meantime, this time serious trouble may be July 29th to August 2, 1913, Inclueral weeks duration. xou ine rrewoeai wans August 4, 1913, enough to buy all your meat.' been, very busy avoided. Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- sive, return limit The women have, all CVS I t .iC AAA AAA tn AnfoutilA lfavh la tha linanaWAFd Remedy can al- at one fare plus 25 cents for the Only drug .tore la the oil fields, for the past two weeks canning and era and Diarrhoea upon. For sale by round .trip, vminimum fare 50 ceataJi a year for flour. He replies, 'They question. Can the, President be in u ways be depended preserving, blackberries. . DRUGGIST, making up AdiwM, H. V. MISCHKE.'.'Agt. ari paying J800.000.000 for tobacco, duced to" hear It without a1' 53a . Mr. and Mrs. Blouden and children alldefclert.' 53t3. In Care Republican. j your a Jlmerlck about somethln eUeT Cut your tobacco bill la half and CANDIDATES MAKE CHAIN OF 10 JILL inriia .,,ii' ay - - I ed I corr-tendl- nc re-th- at ay The ve ff ur de -- wn tg dd ahta se n, at mwun u """" jj. I, Mi-- ' " aaaMMUaiiMtlMM i.ln .'ULlllU -- - BIG ' FOW-WO-W AND 'i H H H .m H H 1 H B vH bHb H H Ib B H H B ' WnPVt IIKIIfrK VIV1V1 Iffili An VIVI VI K frill IVIfrllll IIIVIIII WHWH.HV VHIV ItIHII t ! VI I H HH .k. H JVB VB HB H BB Bft Hhsbt B . K Given by Wsjtsolw Tribe No. 73! H M - ? m m 3 bBbbbP BbI H JIH H lA. AB Bfl VI VABm. HVAbbW HVB BV1 VA BBB vHk H BB BH H H H On. R.ockport and Ceralvo Road IK IH B B ATURDAY. AUGUST BRASS BAND MUSIC 9, I9BI FREE ICE WATER 4k TWO BALL GAMES One between best teams in Ohio County and one between Odd Fellows k.nd Red Men. Hon. T. Wade Straton, Great Keeper of Wampum, will Speak A Paleface will be l -- $ t" at 2:30 P. M. See This! t .r, $ Captured at 10:30 and Burned at the Stake. greased pole; Premium to the best egg racer; there will be sack 'i' races, fat man's race, potato race and many other contests. will be given to the one that brings the largest load of people to the $1 will be given to the boy who chins the Pic-nic. -- a. t I An Airship Will Be Sent Up at 5 O'clock P. M. 1 HV EVERYBODY INVITED. GOOD TIME FOR ALL i A 4 . 1 ' " R. D. SNEDDEN, JOHN RUSSELL, MONT ENGLISH, .. Committee. . f4tjfi&$ i ! "n I'l1 nm n.ii .;4) m in mi-fc II I4g H . - , 'mf v T""7 .t&Lx,n '""f'T Ii! njp, ,1 - ""L I lir ir !!- - - Q9QQQ99GQQtiQ(iQQQGS&SG9Q&!i& HIS MYSTERIOUS NOTE REALLY NO MYSTERY AT ALl Hostess Hits on Right Dishes forDys peptic and Woman Who Was Reducing Weight When the LawtonB had lived In Wll low 1'nrk about n month, they wert Invited to u succession of little din ncrs at the houses of their new neigh bors. Mr. Uiwton was on a dyspup tic diet, nnd Mrs. Ivnvton was en deavorlng to reduce her weight. "I HUppoFC ue shall have to eat al Borts of things we don't wish, or els seem rude," said Mrs. Lawton, mournfully, as they set out for the first din ner. To tlulr growing surprise, thcblllt of fare placed before them at eacfc , dinner, although not remarkably were all composed of such dlshet as they could both enjoy. "I don't see how you all hit on Just the right thing, when Mr. Lawton and 1 really are such difficult guests," said Mrs, Lawton In a burst of confidence one afternon when the neighbors were taking tea with ber. The ladles looked at each other, and then one of them spoke. "You know Mary Sloan, who comet to wash for you Tuesday mornings?' she said. "Well, I have her Mondays, and Mrs. Green has her Wednesdays, and she Irons for Mrs. Porter Thurs da) s, and scrubs for Miss Homer Frl days, so ou see " Her olce trailed off Into silence, but Mrs. Lawton no longer wondered; eno saw. ar-led- tM4H- - REAL LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market HEARTFELT GRIN HAMBURG. !; Security Life Insurance Or, Not the oldest not: the biggest but in surplus security to policy holders. Highest ratio of assets to linbilitiesamong all the established life, insurance companies ir. America. Everything; absolutely guaranteed . No estimates. BY ARTHUR W. PEACH. Marlon Lclghton looked up from her book, a llttlo nmused and puzzled at the attitude of the muld, who after By CECILIA Street LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. s We keep a full line of first-clas- POULTRY SUPPLIES AND FEEDS. Write for Price List. 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Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journal t $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journin combination with this paper. al To Get Advantage of This X Cut Pate. Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. 1 . i, ,! MW mt yjjv'n fj- l-- titkt h) (sr 18 CMtf Its al It Catiitf hafcL" aS mW n 'Mtm&Z Mtmr.wttti'tmif (ii ttdH6Hikt m j.i i IM t 'mmM kiltM rt Baajl TILIGRAFHY uai i wa.Biw mum abU: tftlBkJks- tall tuKMSniXSKSSSSn ntkln bm? 'miV a - WEwWrraa thoroughly arranging the misplaced articles, dusting, and polishing, still lingered. "Well, Corley, what's the matter? Something you want to ark for? Go ahead," sho suggested kindly. "It Isn't ohout me," the girl hesitatingly, "and I don't know u b I ought to say anything about It; but I do like ou, and I don't want " you to "Tell me, Corley," the other said, laying down tho book. "I'll tell you Just what It is. Mr. Shafner, who comes here, and whom " you are engaged to "Not quite yet, Corley; I haven't made up my mind," Misa Lclghton said. "It's about him; he has been writing s to a girl wonderful love letters !" The words were a sudden shock to the listening girl. It was true she had not given her promise to Shafner, but that she loved him she could not deny. It needed but a moment to make her feel that the maid was mistaken. "Hut you can't know, Corley, whether he has or not," she said. The girl shook her head. "Yes, I do," sho said with firmness. "I've seen the letter, read It with my own eyes! It's written to a girl, whose name Is Ruth; It's a wonderful love letter!" "I don't see how It could come Into " your possession "It didn't," the girl answered, her head drooping. "A friend got it. He works at the Frazer Company with Mr. Shafner. I don't know how he got It; but I'll get the letter from him, and show you." "That that would be beet I am sura," Bald Miss Lelghtou. It seemed hardly plausible that a Setter of his could be secured, yet he might write In an Idle moment in his office, and such a letter might be found it might be among his waste-papeput there because of some flaw. There was a chance, a small one the chance that human hearts must always take Into consideration though there are a thousand against It Later In the afternoon, the maid came In, a little fearful, because she was In love herself with the bearer of the note to her, of what effect It might have on the beautiful girl she served. One glance told the story to Miss Lelghton. It was the same even, characteristic hand with which she had been familiar. It began with "Dearest Ruth," and went on into a tender love letter, brief but full of meaning, and made an offer of an engagement for the following night It was perfectly plain: It was his letter. He was In love with some one unknown to her; he was even meeting her, as the proposed engagement showed. "Go, Corley," she said. "No wait; did you ask where this was found?" "Yea. Fred found It In the waste-pape- r basket. It was crumpled a little " and there was a slight mark on It "I see; thank you. Go, Corley, please," she said. With that note crumpled In her hand, she sat down to think, to endeavor to plan some way to let him know that she knew. He was to call that evening; he must not She went to the telephone and called the office, but as she expected, be had gone with the rest of the men. She found him at bis rooms, and his cheery voice answered her question over the wires. "Robert, I don't want you to come i tonight; I will tell you why in a note I ehajl write you. With It, I shall enclose another. Good-bye.- " " "But, Marlon, wh She hung up the receiver, cutting off his answer. She bravely went to her desk and drew paper in front of her but her courage failed under the stress she bad put upon It She thought of him, her love for him, her dreams of hira and with tilm. She was aroused by a step in the room, and turning, thinking It w.u-onof the family, she saw him, toss-Ins- ; bis hat Into a chair. "Your mother said to come up, so I have, Marion. I want to know what " He came up you meant by what to her, and sbo rose drawing awa from him; but he was taller, and stronger than she, and she felt pltl fully weak in her defiance. "By what you said to me?" "Read this, and you'll Me what round I had," she answered in a low .voice, holding out to him the note. He took It, read, it started at ber smile, and laughed. Then be caughl her 'in his arms, and beld her. "Listen . dear, I know now'. But you are I wrote that note for this reason. One of the lads la the depart writs t .meat I discovered trying-t-o letter to Bis sweetheart during the noon hour. He was having a hart time of it, and I oeredrkld)lke 1 helo blm, give him a forp to use. B I wrote that out He wanted to inak a date with, her, he aa'id. and 1 pilt i in, too. Sosae aye brought jrou'inj laiitpe copy of a love' Utter. Taat'i all, dear. War you hurt by talnktaj taat I eared tor anyone but yoaf gtwBOMad. "Diyt yea.Uila.k it wM Ust t rea . m TM love-letterr, nis-taken- Miss Pcnrlle Fnttershall thoughtfully fluffed out the wnven of hair on the right side of her head and turned to get the effect. "Do you like this sweet sixteen style on me?" sho Inquired of tho TO HDE CHEAP WOODWORK Proper Treatment With Paint Will Turn the Hideous Into the Dainty and Beautiful. When the woodwork in the rented or bought house seems eo cheap and hideous as to be absolutely hopeless, which often appears to be the case, stain It black. This will hide the de fects and give a great deal of style tc the rooms if used with red or green or orange or blue paper, but will not look so well with delicate shades. always gives a White enamel dainty effect, but It is quite expensive to put on, and cannot be done by an amateur, while a sort of stain can be d made with Jjlack paint, diluted with turpentine, that Is easily applied by the Inexperienced and will glva a very much more stylish tone to the room than a poor imitation oak or mahogany,. The same treatment may be used to rejuvenate an old Morris chair, that Ib comfortable but whose yellow varnished arms have be- -' come too hideous to be endured. Old wood picture frames will be improved by the same treatment But If these are really mahogany or real walnut do not paint them, merely sandpaper them and stain with a stain that can be purchased at the paint store. one-thir- stenographer from across the hall. "The bride wore hers this way, and I thought I'd try It. Do you know It's upsetting to have a bride thrust into the family so suddenly. I've been with the William Pye firm so long that It affects me Just as niuch as though tho Pyes were relations! "What William Pye, Sr., has been through since he first got that telegram Is enough to finish a man half his age. The worst of It Is that I believe he Is discovering that all, his emotion was unnecessary. He vas should carry a guarandictating to me when the news came and he Just stared nt tbe slip of pateed policy in per and turned heliotrope. 'Me son!' strong company. he stuttered. 'Willie he's married!' " 'Last row of the chorus?' I asked, real sympathetic. W. R. IIEDRICK, - Hartfw&f "'I I believe so,' he said, kind of ;: wild. 'Willie says she is a beautiful J A. S. TANNER, 0ynsb. girl and has given up her stage career, for him!' "I groaned, I was so sorry for Mr. Pye. 'When they give up careers,' says I, 'you may expect the worst. m Especially when they make the bluff HAVE YOUR SUITS on account of any one like Mr. William er that is "'She'll ruin him!' Mr. Pye cried, sort of desperate. 'All she married him for Is ray money, of course! My poor boy, you don't realize what Dye-in- a you've got Into I' Then he grabs his bat and bustles home to break tbe news. "Of course we were all crazy to get Ladies aivero m a glimpse of her when they blew In Ml this I adM. Cleaned i Pressei Repairing and neatlv done. work special attention. Hats Cleaned aad Repaired. Work called foraotef ("lull CI Aft viuuiuici.vvpM me delivered. month. m Hartford Pressing Y. M. C. (M, A. BLDCT., HABTFORD, KY. awTTsm - y. ani CUBE Trit LUKC8J 4HbbbbbbB. KILLthc COUCH WITH i More Treasures Leave England. masterdecora- 'One of the best preserved pieces of Elizabethan interior tion In England Is doomed to be dismantled In order to adorn the mansion of some American magnate. A West End firm has acquired, lock, stock and barrel, the Elizabethan building, with its Queen Anne additions, known as Rotherwas, the seat of the Bodenham family, situated about two and a half miles from Hereford. The mansion had descended In unbroken line from George Bodenham, who lived In the reign of Henry I. tp Count Lublenskl Uodenr ham, who died last year. The superb paneling Elizabethan, Jacobean and Queen Anne of thirteen of the apartments Is now to be taken to New York. Rotherwas Is mentioned in Domesday Book. London Globe. To Cure a Stiff Shoulder. If you have had a stiff shoulder and want to regain the full range of movement the following simple plan has been recommended: Stand close to the wall and put your fingers on it; then creep up the wall with your fingers as high as you can. At first the stiffness will prevent you going very high. Make a pencil mark to show the level jou reach. Each day you ought to get a little higher, but on no account must you ever fall short of the mark of the previous day, or the spell is broken. When you have reached as high with the Injured arm as you can with the sound one you are cured. From the Family Doctor. Misfit Labels. "Economizing sometimes produces ludicrous results," a woman said. "When we moved last October we used travelers' tags to label the kitchen supplies, and when we went traveling In May we tried to save money by using those same tags which, as luck would have it, happened to get fastened on wrong sldo up, and when we got down to the pier all our 'luggage was labeled '8ugar, 'KJour,' 'PruneB,' 'Bread' and 'Roast Pork,' Instead ot Laura, Margaret and Pauline Smith, and although we Anally got straightened out, you really cannot blame tbe crew for slyly poking fun at us all the, way over.1 -- somebody. He' always spoke of Bill juw auumawn awpLuswTsjsqisaaaa. as though BUI were the dear departed lavAMAxrxxDBMSJMWAaftaaam and he seemed to have forgotten the ,P:TIT3TrWf tf,f path Bill ha'd burned clear across Chicago when be was supposed to be settling down to business in tbe office. "'William was such a good boy at heart,' says father, signing tbe letter I put before him. 'He always meant well. Just a little boyish frivolity, Miss Fattershall. Perfectly natural!' "'Yes, sir,' I agrees. 'Mr. 'William was sure a great frlvoler!' "'And to throw away all his prospects!' he kept on. 'To tie himself down for life to 'an empty head, 'a Is"- -. drug store complexion and a scheming, selfish naturej It's enough to .1 .rr break a father's heart, Miss Fatter- "HI Let You Off' Fifteen Minutes.' from their wedding trip, me keeping track of tbe affair In a way because Mr. Pye dictated letters to me and wisj so broke up he had to talk to Dr. King's I New Dtseowrj rn slouch --WSuj lnWMW iUmr vbtVb1bbT4bw VlBK "r"ra g wx WiA )j e Amafti altied: " Plfc Tfflf 'iimtto i ' li 11 Tnpi 25S.S Overworked. Mrs. Kaagc It we wotaaa had' the Male to read the papers as you man bare we'd kfcbw' Just as much about politics .aad other things, as you. Mr. Knajpg $ut, my 4ear, you tare Just as tayca tisae as L Mrs. KJtaag NtMHSMl I Bayer have time aeacfe.veiitecet tbrbttgt d , I W-7with the fcpvMtol fymrimmt,, the aaa .WlUiasa ne.- sKs. aa r ifc-- jj a r.AJ ,,k . w .. women's page,"the aeaaty expert, the fashion aoCeV,' the BMrUswtiTue itt aaew wa Bews mad tad MoUty oataaiB aal was hattrs; often bare to skip; ta datb. rord aaa the Banala Atsssnsnfs Hotting is more Important nx tive nature. tbe boms than clear. ateir next morning after the bridal "The light Insure this by gewac tbe oil that burns clear sax. couple reached town who should blow clean without a flicker down ta into tbe office one minute after I bad the lait drop, rennsylyaaim. crude oil refined to perfecQou. arrived at eigbbut Bill himself. Costs no more than the "'Good morning, Miss Fattershall.' kind saves lUONKt he said, brlskllke, not noticing how saves WORK saves eyes. Tour dealer haa SOLJTB OtU my Jaw had dropped, and that the tn barrels direct boas out.' himself office boy was supporting works. against the files sort of feebly. He Ows. headed for his mahogany desk that Oft Civ bad stood vacant for months, just as LealavUle, Ky' though he was actually acquainted Heflnery at Warren, TM.. with it, and rang tor tbe head sales(Wa sell the celebrated.- - "Site ' 41 Corb" Auto Oil. man. "He kept up the gait all day and the next and then some. Mr. Pye, Sr., was Just as overcome as the rest Trar s of his of us and spent SEWING time staring at Bill, who wore a heavy MACKsaac business frown and took only fifteen OF minutes for lunch. QUALITY, aston"We were all stunned with ishment till one day the bride dropped in. I bad expected a languid blonde la a moleskin, coat, who, would request NOT some one to. breathe for her bit aot OLD Mrs? BUI. was abomt as' big si a UNDER nlnuW and pre'tty as psica. ANY " 'WiUiaat,' she says to ber husbaad, OTHER I'll let you ott attien mtaatM before NAME. closing time today lor' good .baaayJor and you nay taks s oat aoaMwhere WARRANTED. FOR ALL ' for tea. But if you leave aay work MOlfcyocwS If UBBMlsaed yojl've, go, to get deva haveyou purchase tbeJKV y'ort poy.aaAwttl a Ufa asset at thi pries BKralag to satca not bars aa sndUM chain ofresatn. earHer tomorrow ,. W' dear,' say BUI, real oak aad sort et tteklad to death. TM eoaVlfyoaaay aoT "All t w sat paralysed, starlag at ''' ' TBli 'SlMi which she. had led the aoor tarc-aghiss. ,TtB, ws akV.teatad a aaaec taoifc-was- "It Is that,' ing myself. shall!' I agreed, almost cry'I'm of a terribly sensi- 1heLmmmOII1hmt Xmtfmm Fmm C StH three-quarter- NEW 8e HOME Til ..,.. a. wif as Y! ' '"EilHiTJr aVfeoa W-- lVMPWkr& HE iLWtSSSSaSS mi ,ja"- -' ' m ', IM v making anxious Inquiries about con- SLAYER IS CAPTURED ditions in Mexico; the Japancso situation Is qulsecent but not settjod; AFTER MANY YEARS iiLuml MTOrdlnR to law nt .tfc Pwtofllc Great Rrltlan has somo delicate busiKj.. fc nittll omltr ot th fCPE5 ness that needs attention, and with all this on hand our Imirovcrlshcd Secretary of State Is beginning six .Richard Allen Brought Back to C . EARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER weeks of lecturing In the Middle EDITORS Kentucky to Serve Terra West, nt so much per lecture. Aside altogether from tho question in State Prison. all communications to of taste and dignity, Is It wise that Address Republican. The Hartford the Secretary should bo absent from his office at a time of more than orFacing a sentence of two years, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS n dinary Importance? rMrnt to tt Would It not bo hotter to pass Imposed upon him In Casey county olcrtlr dftlrltK oldl H.Ur lu iintklLp tf uddrw mnt pit? tl. twenty-si- x years ago for tho killing around the hat, take up a collection Irqnwt. mBnncrlrt "HI not lw returtHl for William Jennlnca. and make it of Chrales Tucker, Richard Allen, a N HunJIcltfd ., ... hi- -. ,. vm-.-nn,i in tim warmer of Now 'Madrid, Mo., is lie- -, . tmlo BWnirnnl1 li.T nMipr. lll rlTf no lifiHiiiiM n.r mill u he needs a va - ing taken back to Liberty. Ky.. by ADotiyinoci conimnnlctloin country's business? If ntUMIcn. cation let us give him extra expense T. II. Black, Sheriff of Ohio county. The prisoner spent Wednesday night money rsx-srsic- i: :C3 With nine other Cabinet members. In the Jefferson county Jail at l.oulsXCMh 3ttVT...- - setting fVi enmn Rnlnrv and llie each Allen said that Tucker and he had most of them comparatively poor FRIDAY, JULY IS. men, the Secretary of State is assur- - been neighbors and in some way ill feeling hadarlsen. He declared he Woodrow Is getting down to brass Suppose the ohters follow It, nnd did not remember what Jed to the i V tacks lu his currency talks. s to increase their in-- J shooting, but htat he was being held, start . ...111 by three other men while Tucker was comes, wnat sort oi a speciuviu A lobby Is a large body of rumors shooting at him. According to Allen's It present to the world? surrounded by an Investigation. over Senator Brlstow Introduced a re- story he was compelled to shoot calling on the his shouldre Mn order to hit his opMexico should learn from us that solution yesterday ponent, who was not able to get a Investigations are much cheaper, moie President to say what salary Mr. Bry- good shot at him, because of the enable him an should get In order to effective and more Interesting. to Rtav at his nost of duty. Demo three men who held him between There Is no use to talk about State cratic Senators objected to the reso- - himself and Tucker. The prisoner was Indicted for man Aid for public roads when hte Stat lution, but it seems to us the Senaslaughter and later tried before Judge was Justified. Treasury Is worse than bankrupt. tor from Kansas It is surely enough that the Sec- Thomas Moore, who sentenced him enjoy an Looks like Kentucky will retary of State should be allowed to to two years in the penltontlary. A'" Indebtedness of something like run his own private nowspaper, and len made his escape before being takIn five years, unless the tax write editorials for It while he Is en to prison. After working on farms in Ohio rate Is greatly Increased. his serving the people, without 07: counties for tlfteen country nnd dis- nnd Grayson years old trotting around the That California-man-1years, he moved to Missouri, where of his bachelorhood should playing his eloquence for a share In who boasts ho bought a farm. Ills family, com- not crow too soon. Some woman may the gate receipts. Lonlsvllle Herald. posed of his wife and seven children, choose to marry him, just to show joined him there and he believed Entertains for Visitors. him she cam to be safe from capture. He does Misses Nancy Ford and Mattye Duk not know at the present time who The Senate lobby committee Is now entertained in honor of their guests. looking Into some things which hajc betraed him, but he believes that Miss Smith, of Fordsville, and Miss Civil War. Get Inpened before the friends of the man he killed learned Thomas, of Dundee, Friday evening of his whereabouts through relatives to the present gentlemen, get the the home of Miss Duke. Those at present generation at least. with whom Allen had been correspresent were: ponding. Misses Mary Smith, of Fordsville; There should be no chance for any For several years Allen lived in Nancy Repub- Martha Thomas, of Dundee; "chewing of the rag" by any this county in the vicinity of NarLeila Glenn, Mary Felix, lican candidate before the Ohio coun- Ford, rows, and is said to have married ty primary If the election officers Winnie Simmerman, Nora Wedding, there and still has relatives in this do their duty. The best men should fKatie Pendleton, Lucile Plrtle, Gayle county. For sevreal months Charles Mattye win as there Is absolutely no money TIchenor, Beatrice Haynes, Tucker, Jr., of Frankfort, Ky., son Marlam ng Duke, to influence the result. of the man Allen klflcd, has been Alice Taylor. Cllffle Felix and As yet our Democratic friends have in communication with Sheriff Mack, Phlpps and Mrs. Louis Riley; made no move toward eliminating Louise and after Mr. Tucker had finally loMcHenry Holbrook, Allison the use of money in the Ohio county Messrs. Douglas cated Allen Sherflf Black was notifiprimary. It Is none of our fight, but Barnett, Royce Iglehart, Saturday. There was Stevens, ed, and left ast Shelby Jn the Interest of decency and purity Felix, Glenn Barnes, a reward of $300. offered for the ar Taylor, Goodell Wooten Lewis paid to. in elections we had hoped some agree- Park Iglehart, rest of Allen, and it will be candi- Riley, Lee Robertson, Lune ment among the Democratic Mr. Black Hardin Riley, Hoyt dates would be made along the lines James Glenn, Taylor, There Is more Catarrh in this secby the Repub Taylor, William Moore, Ross of the one entered Into Iglehart, Estill Barnett, tion of hte country htan all other Tariff on hides. Is the consumer buyClarence lican candidates. Clarence Bond and Smith Hoover. diseases put together, and until the ing his shoes any cheaper? There Is am -ssi There Is absolutely no defense uplast few years was supposed to be no Tariff on coffee. Are you buying Kentucky Oil Increases. on the party of Secretary of State Incurable. For a great many years your coffee any cheaper? This counBryan for his lecture chasing tour, July 15. The Unit- doctors pronounced it a local dis- try has reciprocity with Canada on Washington, while filling the exalted position of ed States Geologclal Survey today ease and prescrbied local remedies, print paper and pulp, but we are Secretary of State and no one would made public a statement which shows and by constantly failing to cure with paying more for print paer than be quicker to condemn such a display a great decrease in the Indiana pro- local treatment, pronounced It In- when there was a Tariff on print if the shoe were on the other foot anc duction of oil in 1912, as compared curable. Science catarrh paper and pulp." Now, after looking some Republican Secretary was out with 1911. In the Kentucky produc- to be a constitutional disease and these facts squarly in the face, what earning money in this way while his tion, there was a slight Increase, therefore requires constitutional treat-mne- t. grounds have the consumers to war8 duties were being attended to by some namely from 472,458 barrels to Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu- rant them In expecting to receive any deputy at Washington. barrels. factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To- benefit on account of a reduction of The oil production of Indiana in ledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional the Tariff? Hawklnsvllle (Ga.) News We do not believe there is a town 1911 was 1,695,289 barrels. This had cure on the market. It is taken and Dispatch. of its size in the State of Kentucky 1912 to 970,009 barrels, a in doses from 10 drops to a good people fallen in which contains more Frightful Polar Winds. 725,280 barrels, or 42.78 teaspoonful. It acts directly on the than the city of Hartford, but unfor- decrease of sys- blow with terrific force at the far per cent. blood and mucous surfaces of the tunately we have with us as almost 547 new tem. They offer one hundred dollars, north and play havoc with the skin, In the ell other towns have, a few "rough wells were completed In 1912, of for any case It fails to cure. Send causing red, rough or sore chapped necks" who are willing to commit an oil hands and lips, that need Bucklen's which 482 are in Ohio and sixty-fiv- e for circulars and testimonials. outrage on decency. On Tuesday evIn Indiana. The initial dally pro- Address: F J. HENEY & 0., Toledo, Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes ening of this week a party of young the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled wells was S.312 bar- Ohio. Jadies and gentlemen from our duction of these also burns, bolls, sores, for rels, or 15.2 barrels ier well. Sold by Druggists, 75c. neighboring town of Beaver Dam were Only The value of the petroleum proTake Hall's Family Pills for con- ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. here on a hay ride, and while here 25 cents at all druggists. adv. duced in Indiana in 1912 was $885,-97- stipation. some villainous persons throw anum-,be- r or 91.3 cts. per barrel. The value of paier sacks filled with water Notice to Water Users. WALTONS CREEK Kentucky production was (424, into the wagon, wetting the colthlng of the Rev. E. B. English of Hartford, i Persons who have hydrants must 842, or 87.7 per barrel. of several of the young ladles and filled his regular a polntment at not attach hose and leave water young men. There was no provocation A Hero In a Lighthouse. Waltons Creek church latin day and running over night, and they are not for the of tense, and we have been unFor years J. S. Donahue, So. Sunday. Rev. English ceitalnly seoma allowed to use same to water gardens. able to learn the names of the guilty Haven, Mich., a clvll-wcaptain, be an earnest and fer.rlt"s worker We want everybody to have plenty parties, and we are told that they as a lighthouse keeper, averted aw- to for the Master and the people here of water, and it is not fair to those were unknown to members of the ful wrecks, but a queer fact Is, he appreciate his service. living at cud or near end of pipe Beaver Dam party, but were said to might have been a wreck, himself, If Mrs. Jenney Morohead, of Owens-bor- line to be shut off from the water be grown men. We would be delighted Electric Bitters had not prevented. who spent a few days with rel- by the constnt waste between them to publish their names to the world "They cured me of kidney trouble atives In this community returned and the tank. Unless persons at-and will do so If they can be and chills," he writes, "after I had home Monday. tend to their hydrants and. keep them our neighbors that we taken other so called cures for years, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Render are the closed over night, we shall be comare thoroughly ashamed of this act without benefit and they also Improv- proud parents of little daughter. The pelled to shut water off wherever and it is utterly deplored by all good ed my sight. Now, at seventy, I am Respectfully, little one came June 28, and all are this is neglected. people here. feeling fine." For dyspepsia, Indiges- getting along nicely. Kentucky Light u Power Co. tion, all stomach, liver and kidney Misses Naoma Bell and Annie PASS THE HAT FOR BRYAN. troubles, they're without equal. Try Notice. and Messrs. Ells and Silas Bell As Secretary of State.Wllllam Jen- them. Only CO cts. at all druggists. and Mrs. Altha J. Carter or Matanz-a- s To the creditors of the Ohio nings Bryan gets 112,000 a year; were the guests of Mr. J. Y. County Bank, assigned: This is to a month; $200 a week, or about Offers to Lend His Horse to Can-diat- e. Montgomery Sunday. notify vou that I will on Thursday, $35 & day. Mr. E. A. Carter, Matanzaa, was July 24, 1913, pay a 5 per cent divThe following Is a copy of letter But William Jennings Bryan canthe guest of W. P. Maddox Sunday. idend on the indebtedness of thi not live on 35 a day. He told a Sun written to Mr. Andrew Alford by Mr. ' Respectfully, Mr. J. William Carter and family, bank. day audience at Hendersonville, N. C. E. Crowder, and published by reof Centertown, and Mrs. Iris Render ltl. B. E. BIRKHBAD, C that his salary from Uncle Sam quest: and son, Matanzas, visited Mr. and Master Commissioner and Kucelvcr wa too small, and that he had to Rosine. Ky., Mrs. S. H. Render Sunday. "Ohio, Circuit Court. eke out an existence by Chautauqua Mr. Andrew Alford. ; Sunnydale, Ky. lectures. $100 per Plate, Socialist Mtetiir And we had always thought that Dear friend: was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay, There will be a Socialist meeting Seeing in the Herald that you arc In New Orleans in 1842. Mlgfity costWilliam Jennings believed in Jeffer-sonla- n simplicity. We have called deprived of further making the race ly for those with stomach trouble or at the court house In Hartford on biai the Commoner In tribute to his for nomination for Sheriff on account Indigestion. To day people every Saturday, July 19, at 10 a. m., when your horse we feel where use Dr. King's New Life Fills candidates for county offices will be of loosing democratic manner of life. ' Thus another Illusion is shattered. sorry for your bad luck and as 'we for these troubles as well as liver, named. .Speaking in Che 'afternoon But what can William Jennings have an exrta horse that we dont kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, beginning at 1 o'clock, when Hon.' of Muhlenberg spend $35 a day on? He does not use very much will be glad to lend safe, sure. Only 25 cts at all drug- A. L. Davenport, adv.' county, will address the 'people. drink; he does not even buy wine for to you to complete the' race. All we gists, Other speakers will also probably .take, fair care hjs guests; so far as we know he docj would ask is that-yo- u Wkat GrsMidt flave They? Socialists are especialbe present. neisunoke, and we have ueterbeeerd. andn ruetr him after the prlmray. Can get the horse any 'day by calling Like Editor Jim Williams, of the ly urged to be present and the pubof his gambling. Greensboro Herald-Journa- l, here Is lic Is also, cordially invited. There Js big business brewing in on Fred Baize, Rosine, Ky A.' B. CHAPMAN, Cb'm'n. something that,' we domX quite unYours truly, Us Secretary of State's department. B2t2. M. L. AMENT, Sec'y. fliiropsf&J'o.werB are reported to be CO. CROWDER BRO. derstand. He aay: "There is no , Hartford Republican. "otti, Everybody Get Ready I TO - MORROW BARNES' Big Profit - Sharing Sale Begins ! I . side-line- il J For Two Weeks You Will See Some Fast Selling at Money Saving Prices. Day and Every Make Your Arrangements To Be on Hand the Opening Other Day. I ... t i You Can't See Half of Our Showings i in One Day or Even Two Days. Ruth-Spaldi- Hol-broo- k, E. P. BARNES & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. ' PONY CONTEST CLOSES JULY t 26 NOW FOR THE FINISH HIM 484,-3C- Contestants Should Not Lose a Moment, Your Friends Will Help You Get The Pony, Cart and HarnessWork Hard. great who will later help you in this conThe Hartford Republican's Pony content will close on test to make tho ery best showing Shetland Saturday, July 2C at 4 p. m. at which that it is possible for you to make and to get one of the pontes as an time the ballots will be counted and evidence of good faith and true apa fine Shetland Pony, cart nnd har- preciation of the assistance rendered ness will be awarded as first prize; you by them because of your persona bicycle as second prize and a gold al appeals. When you have received help from hunting case watch as third prize. Ini mediately after 4 o'clock the votes ono of your friends in this contest, at the time you havo enlisted tho atwill bo counted by will bo counted by W. C. Walku. tention of Hint erson until tho votes , Hartford; E. E. Btrkhead and are counted nnd It is shown by that count whether you have been earnest Attorney Otto C. Marn, Hartford. The names of the winners will bo and a hari worker to such an extent Immediately after the that you can bo trusted in any unannounced count. The count will take place iu dertaking of whateVer nature It may be. Perhaps thore are many of these the office of this paper. The candidates of THE HAUTPORL persons who are Just as interested REPUBLICAN Shetland Pony Contest In our success as you are thfl?" s1;culd now bear in mind that the wish to ace tho person they havo time In which to win a pony is grow helped the winner In the contest, and ing short; It will not be long ere the j if J'ou are unsuccessful they will be time will narrow down to Jess titan a greatly disappointed and vs ill, per-dathen there will como u time hups, feel that you have not done when it Is less than an hour and the Just as much as ou might have Important matter to ra hone of you la done. Do not let this feeling obtain to bei prepared for this time, t'J have In this do everything you can to get a large votu ready to be counted and votes and win and then you can meet sufficiently lcrt,o that you are assur- - your friends and show them that you cd that iu will bo among Uio win- - can be trusted to do the best there 'a 1 you, whether it bo a pony con- nc-aTo receive the news that )ou hac test or In something that may come von a beautiful Shetland pouy by UP of Importance sometime in as your earnest endeavor, to know that business way. Now Is the time to got subscrlp-amo- ng distinguished' you have yourself a 'number of representative tlons to THE REPUBLICAN, Every boys and girls to stand proudlorih one you "et counts"you votes' See and receive the benefits of your work tow you can run your vote up; it in the form of (one of these fine counts by thousands. This is not specimens of Shetland ponyhood, will bard for you to do; In fact, you be one of the proudest moments of should be able, to secure them life, and furthermore It will ly. Go after the subscriptions in. stamp upon' you indelibly 4he mark earnest, see your people, talk busi-unswerving industry' that, will be ness to them. They know that THE: remembered for many days to come. REPUBLICAN Is a splendid paper. Your success or failure will be and they will find It averV necessary watched .by your friends a a manner adjunct to the home. A clean. 'newsy in WB1CB you muo urctuui iuni uio paper and while they are helping Joy that may come to you la winning you on the road to success' &ndtfee will be shared by hundreds of your supporters and friends. You owe it ownersnip of a valuable Shetiandi have helped you, and psny. Tby will assist you. to those-w- ho tJasu- R.-3y; , of cold-sore- s, 5, ar o, ng Ev-er- ly $1,-0- 00 Bsss-- gf , I J . dwaSkj'i ' i'twi Hwf ttttt MBhi V mmmmfm'm K" 4 . W. giwtu? Lki i ' nfalfriTi f assjoKjyjuH&uaKflBSjBDau2Bf riTsiiftfiiMM i I'-a- ' f- irhii1i-- l IHSjim . i ir Jtel . -- IfrrfT'Iflr-' ' - - ,j.,t.JJ!L.4to t.i L.w t ..t. A . !? ' .V'J I x ,- -i .;..Y ,;..; ft - fi .. , Wi SjB- - 'Sj'iii UMarBoiiiii JS. -- 'iliJni'W" j ) 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. in.. 52t4 of Indlnniit.o-ll- s, Miss Orroll Flclilen, who has been hid., Ib spending a few days In visiting htr uncle, Mr. Gllson Fleldcn, Hartford. of Pleasant Ulilgc, will rotuni home Mrs. 13. L. .Miller, of Chlcngo, Is in a lew uays accompanied by Her the guest of her mother, Mrs. Jennie couBlns, AIlsscs Artie and Dcrnlce May, of Owensboro. Alexander. Dr. Claude Wilson, osteopath, will Miss Martha Thomas, of Dundee, begin July 13th making trips to Hartreturned homo Saturday. ford. He will be In Hartford at the Air. T. it. uarnaru rciurnwi Wed Commercial Hotel every Tuesday and business trip to nesday nlnht from a Friday from 12 o'clock, noon, until Chicago. 7 p. Mr. David I J. White, Miss Read below: qt. GrunHc Bake Pan, regular 25o value " Pudding Pan 4 qt. " Prcberving Kettle 6 qt. " Sauce Pan 5 qt. ' Cotfee Pot 2 qt. 12 qt. Tin Dish Pan Steel Frying Pan....'. Flour Sifters 3 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c lflc 10c 10c 10c Good Hatchet Big size Tin Colander Extra size Japanned Waiter 10 (5 1 qt. Tin Bucket qt. Tin Bucket 10c 10c 10c ' lb. Butter Molds 25c Butcher Knives Big size China Salad Dishfs Ice Tea Glisses, good size 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c 10c Sherbet Cups Soda Tumblers Stem-botto- 10c These with many others are our inducements for July, 1913. Visit our Basement and REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. gJj v tl . Only a few more "days until the Pony Contest closes. (Mrs. C. E. Rogers and daughter, FRIDAY, JULY 18. Dorthy, of Elkton returned home Friday. go away on your vacaM. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table When you tion his summer, let The Hartford at Hartford, Ky. Republican follow you. Monday Mr. Joshua Field left yesterday to N. time card effective L. Aug. 21st. resume his duties as teller In the First Tex. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. National Bank of Port Arthur. daily except Sunday. B. Howard and son, Otis Mrs. C. No. 114 North Bound due 1:15 p. m. visited Mrs. Howard's mother, Mrs. daily except Sunday. Massle, of Whlte3vllle, Ky the latdue 8:45 a. m. ter part of the week. No. 11D South Bound dally except Sunday. Mrs. Ernest Woodward, and little No. 113 South Bound due IMC p. m. daughter, Alice Louise, and Miss Mayme Shown are spending a few dally except Supday. days at Dawson Springs. H. E. MISCHKE. Agt. Plenty of Seed Peas, Cane Seed and Tona Silver Mine Seed Com, Who wants the bicycle? and also a general line of feed stuff R. L. DEVER & CO. at Who wants the'Shetland Pony? Mrs. Thomas B. Potrie and daughsand . Hartford Mill Co., has Rler ters Ruth and Lel- - May, of Brazil. tf to sell. Ind., are visiting the former's parher school ; ent, Jugc and Mrs. J. B". Fogle. Miss Cllffie Felix began at .Horton Monday. Ladles of the Liberty Church will I have Hay for sale. give an lco cream supper Saturday 33 R. B. MARTIN. Hartford, Ky. night, July 19, at the Church grove. Help some girl or boy win the fine For benefit of the church. D. H. tl. I have, at my stand on the Hart Shetland rony and outfit. AMnmnv nua C. Martin transact- - ford and Lie tch field road, a complete in 1 Ivarmnnn ifchls week. I lln of Groceries and Dry Goods. ..i ....... W. J. MILLER. Six large, bars of Laundry Soap for & COS. Plenty of Stock Peas and German R. L. DEVER 24 cents at hand now. Mr. Ned Turloy left Saturday for Millet en LIKENS & ACTON, where she will teach school. Krone, ' Hartford, Ky. 44tf Mr. 1. L. Porter, of Heflin, was Mr. T. W. Cates, of "Rockport, was office a pleasant caller at this a pleasant caller at thla office Monurday. and arranged for large bills for at Rockport day Red Men picnic at Rockport on Red Men plc-nl- c Bl the 9. Eyerybody l on Saturday, August August 9. Tltod. Miss Elizabeth Davidson, city, and Th nrlzcs eiven In The Republi visitors, Miss Nelia Alford, of Sun- worth workcan's contest are well nydale, and Mies Anna Alford, of ing tor. Beaver Dam, were pleasant callers Copies of The Republican will be at this office, Monday. est to all conteeUnU in the Pony Just received a carload of woven Contest wire fencing and barbed wire. ' The hardest worker will surely be Prices right. handsomely in our Pony LIKENS & 'ACTON, rewarded Hartford, Ky. 48tt. Contest sick this .Tho members of Warsaw Tribe Mr. Clove Her has been week wth malaria and was confined Improved Order of Red Men, are pre c and pow-dparing for a big to bis room. Heflin, is to be held at. Rockport. on the RockMrs. L. E.' Tanner, of visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. R port and Ceralvo road on August 9. FARM FOR SALE A splendid 102 Hedrick ana family. cars of new acre farm, two miles outh of WANTKO Several Ky. A sajendid farm and a Wheat. If you hoyo any for sale, bargain. For particulars, call on W. E. ELLIS, call on BARNETT & FOSTER. -Produce Merchant, Hattford,-Ky- . -. Hartfwd, Ky. , 62tf .E0t4 Ji ,, Hartford Republican. plc-nl- w n, The Republican's Shetland Pony Contest arrhed and Is now on exhibiProf. A. E. Ellis returned from tion at the Jewelry store of 'Mr. R. Sturgls last week where ho lmd been W. King, of Hartford. the guist of his brother. Now Is the tlmo for every pony iMr. J. A. C. Park, route a, Hart-forcontestant to got busy nnd win the city, were and Dr. L. B. Hui, fine little Shetland Pony, harness and among our callers Wednesday. cart. Remember the contest closes Any girl or ro'y in Ohio county Saturday July 2C, at in. when not over 1C years old may become a the ballots will be counted. candidate In our Pony Contest. The Cannelton, Indiana, telephone By a little work the Shetland states that .Mr. W. M. Hudson and Pony, harness and buggy will belong Airs. Mollle Taylor were married at to some Ohio county girl or boy. that place on Monday evening July Misses Margaret Quenther and Ida 7 at C:30 p. m., the Rev. M. F. performing the cereonmy. The Hurt left Sat. for Alabama whree marriage was kept a secret for sevvisit the former's sister. they will eral das, and the Intimate friends The little Shetland pony arrived of the contracting party knew noth In Hartford Wednesday afternoon by ing of the marriage until this week, A'larns e press, and was In fine con- when It was read in an Owensboro. dition. paper. The Republican joins their Miss Mary Anderson, of Louisville, many friends In best wishes. arrived Saturday to be the guest of "Uncle PhlU-- ' Taylor an aged dark Mrs. Reuben An- ey, he grand-mothe- r, who has been a familiar character derson. around Hartford for a number of The LoulsUlle Weekly Herald and years, died last Saturday afternoon The Hartford Republican, one year nt Jailer W. P. Mldkiffs residence, each, for $1.35. Send all orders to where Mr. Midklff kindly took him The Republican, Hartford, Ky. . 32tf sovua' days tfefore his death, when a he was quite ill. For nearly twenty Miss Anna Patton entertained Monday evening for years "Uncle Phil" had worked for few friends her visitor, Miss Fannje Whittlng-bll- l, the Chlnn Brothers and Johnson of Hardlnsburg. Brothers, and was greatly attached Sow crimson clover and peas In to them. They did everything they corn. Get 'jour sted, fertilizer and could for him in his last hours, anil paid the entire, expenses of having farming implements from him burled In the best manner pos D. L. D. SANDEFUR. sible. Interment was at Pleasant Beaver Dam, Ky. 52t3. I am ready to Insure your horses, Ridge Sunday afternoon. jacks, mules and cattle against death The remains of Mr. Henry Field, from any cause. mention of whose death appeared In E. E. BIRKHEAD, 4 this paper last week, arrived in HartAgt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. 52tf. ford last Saturday afternoon, and fuThe Ladies Missionary Society of neral services were conducted at the the Baptist Church will hold an ice Baptist Church by the pastor Rev. cream supper in court house yard E. B. English. Interment took place on next Thursday night. The public at Oakwood cemetery. The deceased D. H. ltl. was 59 years old, and had been a cordially invited. Baptist I am ready to insure your horses, member of tho Hartford jacks, mules and cattle against death Church for many years. He Is sur vived by three sons: Clarence R. from any cause. Field and Ernest A. Field, of LaE. E. BIRKHEAD, fayette, La., and Joshua C. Field, of Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. 52tf Texas; three brothers, I am ready to Insure your, horses, Port Arthur, Ben 'Field. St. Louis; Charles L. jacks, mules and cattle against death Field and James Field, of Owensboro. from any cause. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Buy It now. Chamberlain's Colic, Agt. Ky. Llve'Stock Ins. Co. Cholera .and Diarrhoea Reemdy is al52tf. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Field, who most certain to be needed before the had been called to Hartford to attend summer Is over. Buy it now and be the burial of Mr. Field's father, left prepared for such an emergency. For adv. Monday for their home at Lafayette, sale by all dealers. La. Mr. Ernest Field remained In HartWanted to Rent JPiano. ford until Tuesday, when he Jeft for Lefayette. Any person having a good piano, Miss Mary Smith returned to her which is not In use, may get (good home at Fordsvllle Tuesday, after rent for It by applying to The Hartspending several days here the guest ford Republican. of Miss Nancy Ford. She-- was acFinest Feed on the Market. companied by Amby and Edward Ford, who will visit relatlis In Arab Feed Is the best Alfalfa Fprdsville. Contains no Feed on the market. Hereafter I will sell for cash, ex- screenings or any foreign worthless cept by special agreement. Will make material. Consists of whole oats, prices that will pay the trade to pay cracked coVn, alfalfa and molasses. cash. Cutting out delivery service and Four pounds Is a full ralton for a credit. This 'will enable me to give horse at hard work twelve pounds dally. you much better prices and merchanAlmost all other alfalfa Arab feed takes 1(1 pounds dally. A. D. WHITE, dise. Hartford, Ky. Feed Is cheaper than corn and oats 51t4. Mrs. Matilda Shown, wife of Mr. alone, and will reduce your hay bill f. Don't .take my Ned Shown, who died several years at least ago; died at the home of Messrs. Ed., word for It try one bag and be Virgil and Wilson Shown Wednesday convinced. For sale 'by W. E. ElHartford, Merchant, night of diseases Incident to old age. lis, Produce It4. Burial took place at the Shown fam- Kentucky. ily burying ground Thursday afterDysentery is always serious and noon. often a dangerous disease, but it .. ABann .. T HBanl Ia,,A.. can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, IVLLVI AHr. A. XV. AUUCnHIU, lUIUI on route 3 raraora, ana At- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has carrier torney A. D. Kirk were among those cured It even when malignant and from Hartford who left with Com- Lepldemic. For sale by all dealers, m pany H Tuesday for Middlesboro Fourth Quarterly Conference. encampment. Mrs. Anderson will The fourth and last Quarterly Concarry the mail during Mr. Anderson's ference to this year is to be held at absence. i Company H, of Hartford, left Tues Mt. Hermon this ( coining Saturday, day afternoon on the L. & N. pas- July 19th. in the afternoon about 4:00 senger train for Middlesboro, where o'clock. All the stowarte of Goshen. they will spend tea days In the an- Hartford, and Mt. Hermon bring In posnual encampment of tho Third Ken your' reports. Make them full If sible' ao we may wind up tho busitucky Regiment There were flftH men who left including the comman- ness of the. year. Saturday night, at Mt Hermon the der. Capt. James DoWeese. Some of boys missed the train while waitj presiding eider will preach as well as the eving a few minutes In Madison ville", Sunday morning at eleven. Tell erybody to come to the services. caught the next train out but. Those desiring to go from Hartford J While removing a rope swing which may,' go if you so desire. memhad been put up by some of the W. E. SAVILLE, Pastor. bers of the Christian Sunday School plc-nl- c at Bishop's Landing late last If.,you are a housewfe you cannot Thursday afternoon, Mr. John W. reasonably hope to be healthy or Taylor the Hartford. barber, fell from beautiful by washing dishes, sweepthe limb and sustained severe injur- ing and doing housework all day, and dead tired, at night ies. Mr. Taylor bad Intended to awing crawllag lnto-be- d down on the rope after it had fceen You must get out into the open air unfastened, and in doing this he caught and sunlight. If you do this every hold of the wrong rope. Messrs. 'A. day and keep your atoinach and owK. Anderson and J. H Williams were es la good order by taking Chamber-Iain- 's .Tablets when needed, you standing nearby and prevented more by caecUng Mr; Tay should ..baeasBfi lain .healthy - and severe injuries, 'beautiful. For.JW&Jf all M"-- " tor a ho Ml. , f. Wedding nnd family. d, The fine gold, hunting ase watch Mary Wedding, of Whltes-vlllKy., Is the guest of Ur. S. J. which Is offered ns third prize In c, W" ARtTFISHINCj FOR RP'vrozvvF' r Hlf V a I PWr?" tfOOD VAUJES. (jOOD Jj. roir mt fisfuhg IF HAVE WHftTYou VMT. We'V cTor the tfoojtf BAUGMftS VE For. J. O il .X Ber-hau- m IF YOU ARE JlJT WHAT YOU U J AND .SEE IF WE THE VERY THING". WE KNOW WHAT FIJHINfi AR.OVND FoR. WANT, JUST COME To CAN'T .SHOW YOU oHl WE ARE CONFIDENT JU-SJ your OUR SIRE; AND WHEN IT doMEJ To DEdETTI-N- money 'S &ECAU-S- worth we can give you WE KNOW THAT WILL MAKE A FRIEND AND CUSTOMER OF Yol. WE CAN'T AFFORD To GIVE YOU LEJ5 THAN YOUR MONEY'J WORTH. THAT, CARSON & CO, INCORPORATED. V Hartford, Kentucky. ANOTHER BIG Slaughter in Prices m q We must sell SATURDAY, every-thin- g oue-hal- before JULY 26. A A Hundreds are benefitting Are you one? ' Doors closed after Saturday, July 26. i 4 Rosenblatt's, n NOTES Make plans for a gardca. Market only the clean eggs. There Is money In MftDCWBROOK small fruits. FARM IoS2k Wmffitr Ey V 1 m" . It is not Tramp trees. wlso to wash market eggs. the snow well about the for wood ashes trees. Is M1M- Study the boIIb A cood Dlace n round the pear Ago affects tho flnvor and texture of 'mont In nllltn on nrlonl This Is tho time of year the break of evergreen Is enjoyed. wind- When shipping eggs pack carefully carefully. In strong, cloan ctiBes and fillers. A cont of whitewash In the poultry house ndds both to beauty and profit. Chickens like oats In winter. Keep a record of your cows. Time to dust off the Incubator. Vow. There Is a decided difference between a cow keeper and a dairyman. The salvation of poor soils and the Flan the garden and order seeds presorver of good soils dairy farming. In winter Prune june for fruit for wood Mid In bet-Jto- tho strawberries Bnd fruit trees and shrubs if this has not been Mulch dono. i' ? rabbits from damaging difficult must be fruit trees Is sometimes a On cold evenings the hens task. ent to roost with full crops. Just because the calf Is large and Winter comfort In the cow stable thrifty Is no sign It will be a wonder(does not Imply an air tight room. ful cow. Pollen is a most essential factor in Exercise is a better laying stimulant the production of all fruits and grains. for th.e hens than condiments. Many a poor and unprofitable dairy (herd can be traced to a nondescript A rigid system of selection of brood Wire. sows should be practiced by all swine breeders. The good dairy cow will pay more (for farm crops than any market In this There Is nothing the matter with jcountry. the hen that shows a bright eye and a red comb. Foliage and fruit diseases are with little difficulty controlled A shed of crotches and poles, covy spraying. ered with straw, Is cheap, warm and businesslike. Keeping two cows to do the work of biggest leak In the Jese constitutes the Warming the cream to about 66 deJairy business. grees for winter churning will make less work of It Whatever your scheme of ventila-jtkrpoultry house, let no drafts In the No stock grower can afford to have iiwoch the roosts. his animals burn grain for fuel to keep ' AH laying and growing chickens themselves warm. hare some kind of meat food In Establish, If possible, a brand of to do their beet. eggs which will In itself be a guar! The dairyman who does not keep an antee of food qualty. flHdlvidual record of his cows Is not It the soil Is still open, a better half dairyman. o day's work can't be done right now ' The young trees should be banked than to plow the garden. Jwith earth, which will keep water Qreen food of some kind is necesttroB settling about them. sary to make hens do their best In Mgg ought to weigh a pound and a the line of egg production. pounds 4alf to the dozen or forty-fiv- e Let '.he dairy heifer have plenty of jMt to the thirty docen eggs. years growth before breedlng-tw- o A good plan Is to make the hog lota old Is' better than 18 months. bc ad narrow, and sow them to Foul odors in the sheep barn will jHssrsre, plowing up alternately. bring penumonla. Keep your mind nothing on having them well ventilated. JFbr washing a separator feeseta brush and scalding water The care of animals previous to some washing powder. slaughter has considerable effect on ' It fa Important that sheep Intended the keeping qualities of the meat 4ot slaughter should be kept off feed groan twenty-fou- r The dairy farm that is stocked to to thlrty-slhours. Its full capacity without being overWhile considerable Is known about stocked Is a pretty safe investment Ce value and use of alfalfa for The pedigreed sire has been the much remains to be determined. power In building up size and draft An Income of $100 per cow per year form in our American stock or horses. Is no longer an unusual occurrence In pasturing alfalfa It must never Hit what other farm animal can equal be overstocked, as the animals will T injure the crowns and the plants will Regular, careful, quiet milking will die. permanently improve an animal as a The cellar, even though It is milk producer and will Increase her thought to be well ventilated. Is not tow. a desirable place to keep the milk or Toung trees heeled In' over winter cream. mould be In a location where water Experiments show that chickens jeannot collect and stand about the with strong vitality and plenty of mas(roots. culine characteristics make the larg' Experiments have proven the aver-y- c est gains. milk cow requires about an ounce Heroic pruning measures are needtef salt per day. Heavy milkers should ed to bring many old trees Into bearhave more. ing; but it need not all be done the 0tlage Is very nearly as cheap as first year. y pasture and In composition is The man who dubbed the hog a the twine, pound for pound, as "mortgage Utter" was, posted; he Ussotby pasture. knew something of the possibilities of the animal. Wrapping young trees with building paper, cite., as a pro-.- j A score or more years ago eight-cetaction against rablts Ib better than yearlings were not lambs and els-ceHo apply a wush. sought by the trade, as Is frequently Of almost, If not quite, as much Im- the case now. portance as their food Is plenty of Trees and small fruits generally Uka Exercise and sunshine are application of ashes and bone dust. sheep tonics. Ily fertilising liberally, good crops Do not think becauso a sheep haa may be assured. m twavy coat of wool he will be able To lessen the chanoes for milk fe4e eodure cold rains and sleep with-ou- t ver and, other troubles after calvlaf . a warm sholtor. feed the cow a laxative ration tea Qalst, gentle handling of the ewes days before she Is due. tartaf the winter makes It much assr work to care for the flock dur-ta- g One of the most Important Itesna la managing a fruit farm, and specially tke lambing period. small traits, la to prepare the soil la Collect the eggs regularly at least equal hills before planting. i, better twtco, a day In moderate titer and more frequently In very For best results the alfalfa paatare and, very cold weather. mast be mowed at least three times a year, becaaae at certain Urns It behay and gins new growth from the am the eae where cow-pe- a ere' ted together, ,thre is no ajvafUen hut that hatter resurW would, t, Cera la ao eteut.Uka .haat save were alfalfa hay uatd.. instead' there Is for mom, tat' Iti fsj this pur- - sen only be realised whan H la ti the la oaaaMtla'a with ether teed Keeping g ) I ly o Encourage the farmer to keep poultry and more of It r Kit con-jtalpl- z '. prac-jUoall- corn-(talk- s, nt nt e. rat see rt. pledge our candldato for member of the Houso of Representatives to supOhio County form. port n measure enlarging the powers Commission We endorso all tbo steps of the Stnto Railroad First. Circuit Court T. '. IllrUhentt, which have been taken by the Coun- and making It the duty of snld Com- - Jmlpp, lien U. llltigo, Attorney. W. i, G. HurriiMS require nil railroads to P. Allilklff, .taller, ty Republican and Progressive Exec- tmlsslon to U. K. IllrUhend. Muster Comfurnish n sufficient number of cars, Clerk; missioner; ute e Committees, leading up to and without discrimination, to handle the Jury PujiiI: R. T.II. t'olllliH, TniHteo T. lllnek, Sheriff. including the call for this conven- output of coal promptly, that the Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keowu, tion to formulate a platform uion miners may have steady work, nnd L!euer lMlu, tl. I', ,1onc, lioutii f. Hnrtrenl; W, t Knrp, llonlne Court which candidates for the various coun- we also pledge our support for ntiy I eonu-iK'f Irstt Muiulny lit I'ebnmry other wise measure, having for its and cimtlmnH time. wreUs; third ty offices and member of the House sit-- J .Monday object relief from tills IntolcrnMe In April, two wevks, third of Representatives are to appeal to nation. : .Monday In October two week. voters of Ohio county for support nt County Cour- t- II. U. Wedding. Ninth. Wo condemn the present Judge; W. S. Ilimley, Clerk; C. K. the coming November election, under Hartford. Comt emblem, believing Democratic administration of Ken-- ! Smith, Attorney, the Republican In .Mommy tilth tucky for its extravagance through com tins first It Is best for those who may that 'increase of salaries, creation of count- month. General Primary to know what Quarterly Court lleglns on the February, May. may be expected of them In advance, less, needless offices, nnd enormous fourth .Monday In appropriations which have resulted August nnd November and fair to the people of the county Court of ClnliiiH-Convefirnt In many to know Just where their candidates In the largest State debt Tuesday In Jnnuury and first Tuw rc- questions of public years, and Which Is sure to stand, upon all day in October. nlltri n Inrrnnsn n fnxntlnn tllPnllch ' Other County Officers C. S. Mox- Interest. Fords wile, Ky., It We condemn It tor Its ley, buneyor, Second. We favor rigid economy some form. F. D. No. 2; Ilernnrd Ases-In the conduct of all the business passage of the Confederate pension sor, Hartford, Ky., R. Felix, No. 2; F. 1). tax- bill and Its refusal to pay these Henry Leach, Superintendent, of the county to the end that Hart- es may be reduced to the lowest pos- men, many of whose claims have ford; Dr. A. U. Riley, Coroner, Hart sible rate, realizing that ve are bur- been proven for months, under the ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. dened by the present high taxes, pretext that the bill is unconstitutionLeslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday offiState, county and town. al, although having appointed after 3rd Monday In Mnrch, Tuesduy Third. As a matter of economy cials under the act, who are draw- after Srd Monday in June, Tuesday and In the interest of a better ing their salaries. We condemn It after 3rd Monday In September, Tues 3rd Monday in December. business system, we faor placing the for its failure to place the Penal In- day afterH.' Miles, John Rock port. county In the stitutions of the State under a non- after 3rd Monday In March, Fridny Fiscal affairs of the Friday hands of a commission to be com- partisan commission; refusal to pass after 3rd Monday In June, Friday Monday in September, posed of three persons to be chos- a workman's compensation net; a after 3rd en by the voters from the county at corrupt practice act; and for lowering Friday after 3rd Monday in December. large; believing that the finances the school per capita. We also conO. K. Scott. Cromwell. Wednesday of the county can better be handled demn the unanimous tendency of the after 3rd Monday In March, Wed by a smaller number of men, who State officials, from Governor down, nesday after 3rd Monday In June, can be chosen entirely v Ith their to play politics, by looking ahead Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September, Wednesday aflei 3iu Mon- business quallflcatons in view. Un- for some other Job, instead ef look- uay In December. der this arrangement the offce of ing after the vital interests of the John H. MHcs, Rockport, Friday Justice of the Peace would not be people of the State, whom they are after 3rd Monday i!i March, Fr'eay alter Jrd .Monday In June, Friday detracted from, but It's powers for sworn to serve. after 3rd Monday In September, Friusefulness in the maintenance of orTenth. Our candidate for memoer day after 3rd Monday in December. der in the various magisterial dis- of J. C. Jackson, Centcrtown, Satthe House of Representatives, tricts would be far greater. who may be nominated uion this urday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday after 3rd .Monday in June. Fourth. The office of county as Inlatform. should he be selected by Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sepsessor should be abolished, and the the people In the final election, is tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday duties of that official performed by instructed and pledged to vote for In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday afmen chosen by the County Board of the following laws: ter 2nd Monday in March, Tuesday Commissioners, for each magisterial A measure embodying the Initia- after 2nd Monday In May, Tucsdny district' after 3rd Monday in August, Tuestive and referendum. day after 2nd .Monday in November. Fifth. The people of Ohio county The recall for all State, District we Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesdeserves better roads and and County officials. day after the second Monday In pledge the candidates who may be Primary March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday An amendment to the nominated upon this platform if elect Election Law, providing for the elec- In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday ed, to exercise their utmost powers tion of delegates to National conven- In August, Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November. to Inaugurate a system which shall tions, and for the selection of all Grant Pollard, Fbrdsvllle. Tuesday in the party committeemen. bring about this desired end after 2nd Monday In March, Thurs Bpeedlest and best possible way. An amendment to the Primary Elec day after 2nd Monday in May, Thursday after 3rd Monday in Sixth. We pledge our hearty sup- tlon Law, providing that where Thursday after 2nd Monday Aucust. in No every effort to Im- ther Is only one candidate of any vember. port In behalf of prove our schools, for better build- party at the close of the time limit, J. L. Pat ton, Ralph, Friday after ings, more perfect sanitary conditions the selection may be made through 2nd Monday In Mnrch, Friday after 2nd Monday In May, Friday after 3rd a course In agriculture for every high that party's committee. Monday In August, Friday after 2nd agricultural experischool, and an An amendment to the Election Uw Monday in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. ment farm located in the county. permitting any candidate to have C. M. Crowe, Judge; B. WilSeventh. Our sympathies are with the benefit of the votes of all parties son, City Attorney; J.John Stevens, P. to which may support his candidacy by Marshal; Court convenes second Monfarmers In their efforts the obtain better prices for their pro- having his name placed under more day in each month. City Council J. H. Williams, Mayducts, and especially do we sym- than one device upon the ballot. or; R. T. Collins. Clerk; Thompathize with the tobacco growers of The repeal of the odious registra- as, Treasurer. Members E. P. Council of every Ohio county and pledge them our tion certificate law, which in Robert Hoover, P. B. Taylor. J. II. support in their efforts to maintain election has mode easy the corrup- B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Cooper, whereby they tion of the ballot wherever certlfl-cate- a W. J. Bean. organization, an School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendlemay secure a just reward for the toll are required. ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secregiven by them to the production A measure prohibiting the use of tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnslcy of this crop. We realize that the money, with which to corrupt vot- and J, D. Duke. struggle Is an unequal one and if nec- ers, and disfranchising any one RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 51. E. Church, South Services essary, we pledge them our support who may sell or buy votes. morning and evening every first and to secure Government aid in mainA corrupt practice act. third Sunday In each month. Suntaining public warehouses, through Workman's compensation law. day school UM5 a. m. Prayer meetA measure placing our penal institu- ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. which they may hold their tobacco un a nonpar- Saville, pastor. til the buyers see fit to accord them tions under control of Baptist Church Services morning fair treatment. tisan commission. and evening every second and fourth Repeal of the hunter's tax. Eighth. During the last Sunday In each month. Sunday school twelve 9:45 a. 111. Prayer meeting every WedRepeal of the dog tax. months the county has been imAbolishment of many needless of- nesday evening., Rev. English, pastor. poverished and actual suffering has Christian Church Services every been brought about anioKg the coal fices created by the last session of fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7. p. legislature. m. Sunday school U:30 a. m. Elder W. miners on account of slack work, the A measure reforming the taxing B. Wright pastor. charged, to the failure of the railroad Cumberland Presbyterian Churc- hto furnish sufficient cars. In order system of the State which will place Sunday school every Sunday at 9MG that this evil may be remedied we the burdens of taxation where they a. m. properly belong, Instead of upon the SECRET SOCIETIES. men who own small homes and visiHartford Lodge No. 675, F. and A. ble property, not easily evaded in the 51. meets every first .Monday night In each month. M. L. Heavrin, W. Guard Your Children assessment. 51.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. A law giving he people of Kentucky Against Bowel Trouble Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. Many children :.t :.i early ape equal advantages with those of the meets every second and fourth Monbecome constipated, at. frequently States North of us, by compelling the day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, serious consequences result. Not railroads to give us the benefit of 2 W. 51.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; being able to realize his own con- cents per mile passenger rate. Mies Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. dition, a chiM's bowels should be Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights Upon all other matters not speciconstantly watched, and a gentle or Pythias meets every Tuesday evenlaxative given when necessary. fically mentioned herein, our candi ing. W. F.' Anderson. C. C; J. Noy Dr. MilesT Laxative Tablets are date Is directed to vote In the Interest & S. especially well adapted to women of progress, aud for the general wel- Foster, K. of R. No. 99, K. O. T. 51. Hartford Tent and children. The Sisters of J fare of all our people. meets every first and third Thursday Umstian Charity, 53' Charles at., Upon this declaration of principles nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; Luzerne, Pa., who attend many L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. cases of sickness say of them: this convention the members of Acmo, Lodge No, 339 I. O. 0. F. pledgo their hearty support to tho meets every second and fourth Fri"Some time ago we begun using Dr. MHeV Laxative Tablets and And that candidates who may be nominated day nights In each month. C. 51, Harwe Ilka them very much. Their action nett, Noblo Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Is excellent and we are grateful for at the general primary electlon.first . having been made acquainted with Saturday In August next, under the Secretary. Hartforf Camp No. 202 W. O. W. them. We have had gotd results In Log various offices to meets every second' and fourth SatCabin, for the eery case and the Bisters are very much pleased." be voted tor in Ohio' county at the urday nlrhts in each month. Leslie B"imett, Council Commander; W. C coming November election. The form and flavor of any mediWallace, Clerk. Respectfully submitted, cine is very important, no matter, Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. 51., who is to take it. The taste and' n.eets every first and third I'd day A. D. KIRK, appearance are especially important nights in each month. Mm. Attye M. L. HBAVRIN. when children arc concerned. All Griffin, Lady Commander; 51rs. Lula parents know how hard it is to give J. A. LEACH, Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. the average child "medicine," even S. L. STEVENS, Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. though the taste is partially dis- -' M., meets every third Saturday night W. R. EDGE. guised. In using Dr. Miles' Laxin each month. John T'. Moore High H. L. CARTER, ative Tablets, however, this dimS Priest: W. 8. Tlnsley; Secretary. Committee. culty is overcome. The shape of .AMERICAN SOCIETY the tablets, their appearance and National Officers President, Ira M. candy-lik- e taste at once appeal to surprise you to know of J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V, Preel-deIt would any child, with the result that they 8. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; the great good that la being done by are taken without objection. Q. Tank, Wau-aa- u, The rich chocolate flavor and Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- Secretary ft Trcas., H. Wis. absence of other taste, make Dr. BUte Officers President, J. H. Miles' Laxative Tablets the ideal ey, of Newberg Junction, N. B., Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presirctnedy for 'children. "My ' wife has been using dent, J. H. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; writes, If the first box fails to beaefit, and finds Secretary ft Treaa., 8. B. Robertson,n, Tablets the price is returned.' 'Ask your Chamberlain's Organiter, T. H. very effectual and doing ber Calhoun. Ky.; Ky. druggist. A box of 25 doses costs' them, Hartford. only 25 cents. Never aold In bulk Members State TCxecutive Board-B- en of good." It you have any trouMills MtOIOAU CO., Elkhart, lasv oU with your stomach' or bowels give Watson, Webster county; J. W. ble nimn navlausf Aouatvr HenrT Plrtle. them a trial. For sale by. all dealers. Ohio cou&ty; B. I. Ray. Hardin ceuV The Republican-Progressiv- e Plat- Directory ty: county officers L. 11, Tlch-eno- r, President; Henry Plrtlo, Sec retary; s. K. Dennett, Treasurer. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky. 1. L. II. Tlchcnor, Hartford, R. F. I). No. fi. C. Ohio 0. Davonport, Warren county. K ft ' COUNTY HOARD OF KDUCATION. I , Hartford, Reynolds, .Ky. Patterson, Oluton, Ky. Alford. White Run, Ky. .. Ulcliurd I'luinmer, Taylor .Mines, Kentucky. 2. K. C. 3. M, S. I. II. L. 'JJi'V 'J" B Bimv list I Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. prootlce Uia pixtlon In Ut Will and adjoining countlus. Commercial and Criminal l'muico a Specialty. nes 7 Dtarnes & Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Smith ce Mttens. W. H. Uarme and C. E. Smith announce Uuvt Uiuy linvo form a jtarUnrabj'.p for the soucmt imic-ti!of law, exoiirt criminal nnd dlvor o.i8 Mr. Smith being County Attorney Is ppuvn,txl from practtalns such ccaem. Mr. will Individually OUIcits Id .locni such practioa Hartford Republican building, Hartford, K- e is jARTH UR HARTFORD, ASSOCIATED Attorney t Law WITH 51. L. D. KIRK KY. HEAVRIN I, This office Is equipped for handling Commercial and Collection Items as well as other legal and liti gated matters. Practlco In all the courts. Prompt and vigorous service. 51. L. Heavrln's Office. J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public HARTFORD, KY. AH Ohio County tion. Matters Given Prompt AttenPENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. I AM (PREPARED To do any kind of Veterinary work. Horses, mule; and cows need not die for want of Calls answered attention. day or night. a I -- . W. H. Veterinary Surgeon RILEY Ky. 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With all the beauty of a cataract of Is in Algeria a remarkable petrified waterfall which ret cently has been engaging the attention of scientists. This Is the Hammam-Meakhutln- , which means "The Bath of tho Damned," and is located 62 miles from Constantino, on the site of the ancient town of Clrta. This solidified cascade Is the production of calcareous from sulphurous and ferruginous mineral gprlngs, Issuing from the depths of the earth at a temperature of 95 degrees Centigrade. "The Hath of tho Damned," even from a near viewpoint, looks for alt tho world like a great wall of water dashing Into a swirling pool at Its foot, yet Its gleaming, graceful curves and tho apparently swirling eddies at Its base are as fixed and immovablo as if carved from tho face of a granite Prayer Is Not a Doty, bot an living water, there Inestimable Privilege, Says The Kind You Have Always Bought Pastor Russell. 6inners May Approach Him Only In the Appolntod Way "No Man Cometh Unto ths Father but by Me." Formaliatio Prayer Valueless Pub-li- e Prayer Private Prayer Family Prayer Prayers Which Nevor Aaeend to God Rejected Prayers Prayers of Praise and Thanksgiving Defore Qod The Prayers the Saintly Are Limited. 'aaaaaaMaaaesaaaa at ripif i'l'1. ANcgelaWe Prepamlionfjr.lt Sim l.ll(nililor.vvln.in... i. lingihi S.oKiaifc andlJiMlitf Bears the Signature of Ir M CS fl" That is tho nature oJ Dr. Pierce's Favorite- - Prescription the one remedy for drugi. 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The name Haramam-Meskhutl- n The atiation. was given to the stone tendance is large. cataract In an allusion to a legend Pastor it u s s o that tho waterfall was petrified by was ono of the Allah, punishing tho Impiety of unbePrompt Attention jind Good Service. speakers t o tl n y. lievers by turning all the members of We report Ut dis- a tribe Into stone. At night, so the TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, course on Prayer, story runs, Its stone dwellers of the iFASTQg. RUSSELL from the text. remote past are freed from their "Mine House shall be called an House strange fetters, come to life and of Prayer for all people." Isaiah 50:7. their normal shapes. The Pastor said: These words applied to the Jewish Temple, which hi turn OF TRAGEDY was typical of the Spiritual Temple of LIQUOR CAUSE the future. The antltjplcal Temple has not yet been built. St. Peter de- Tramp Tells Philanthropist Harrowing Tale Illustrating the Fatal I1.3E scribes It as the Church In glory, The Republican and Louisville Herald Effects of Whisky. whose chief Corner Stone Is Christ and 1.50 Republican and Courier-Journ- al whose living stones are the saints of Philanthropist Can you not from The God, now being chiseled and polished your own personal experience recall The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.76 for places in that Temple. stones of Solomon's Temple tragic deaths due directly to liquor? As the Tramp I kin. One time me an me 1.60 Republican and Home and Farm were all completed before the construca long an" weary Jour- The tion was begun, so the Church of Christ partner, on work, ye know Inquirer 1.75 will bo constructed at the end of this ney lookln' for The Republican and found two big bottles of whisky. We A ir. after all the "II vine stones" hhall one, an' wo strapped em 3.60 have been fitted for irlory. This will each took The Republican arid Louisville Daily Herald about our necks for convenience in be accomplished by the power of the carrylu'. Our pockets was worn, The republican ana jjaiiy uwensDoro inquired 3.58 Tlrst Itesurrectlou "changed in a moment. In the twinkling of an eye": for out." "Yes, yes go on." O'boro Messenger 1.75 Republican and Twice-a-We- ek "llesh mid blood cannot inherit the "Well, we come to a bridge with a The Kingdom of God." rotten plank, an' both went through, 1.75 Kentucky Farmer As In the type, so the finished was drowned. Yes, The Republican and structure will be followed by an' me partner big bottle full o' whisky Divine recognition. The Temple will sir, that there Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30 weighed so heavy ho just sank like a The be tilled with the glory of the Lord, Poor pard! He was as fine a 1.50 nnd thus marked as His dwelling place stone. The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer man as ever " forever. Thus will be established-ve- ry "But you had a bottle about your soon, we trust God's antityplcal The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 neck, too." i , w herein and whereHouse of Prayer, "I'd emptied mine." by all mankind may come into fellowship with their Creator and bine comOne Black Sheep Needed. munion with Him through His appointA revival of religion was In proged agencies. ress In a town where Peter, Paul and Only Consecrated Priests Pray. John were coal dealers. John was tho I refer to consecrated priests. When come under the influence of said Pastor Ktissell, do not misunder- first Ho erv eloauent preaching. He was hon stand me to mean the clergy of any or est and sincere about it and Joined all denominations. The Bible recogwas class, but declares. the church. A week later Paul nizes no clerical Influenced to abandon the world and Is your Mas"All ye are brethren. One became an enter, even Christ" (Matthew 23:8.) For the flesh, and he, to, the good work. eighteen centuries God's work In the thusiastic suporter of aloof from the world has been to call out a iloyai Peter, .however, held Jesus, their High meetings. None of the Invitations of Priesthood class. seemed to have Heads ' Priest, was Brst called to suffering nnd neighbors or brothers auy effect. Finally the clergyman then to glory: and His footstep followpersonal appeal. made Bill Heads ers have done the same. Through this called and rough a ignorant and a and Royal Priesthood "the world will. In the Peter was little inclined to profanity, but honest future, have access to God. and frank In speech if not in act. Respecting Prayer. Wrong Views He finally clinched his negative arguPastor Itussell then showed concluments with tho clergyman when In sively that nearly all have discerned reply to a question he said: "John the subject of prayer very indistinctly. has become a Christian and Paul has Sinners have been urged to pray; mor- become a Christian and It I join your alists, who have never accepted Christ church who the, excuse me, paras their Savior, have been chlded for son, will weigh the coal!" given And uot praying. The impression has been very anxious to be given that God Is Got in a Quiet Knock. approached by anybody at any time.Whan Innnilln Miller, the Poet Of This the Pastor declares Is a mistakeEugene Regis; As no one would think of rushing In- - the Sierras, edited the Into the presence of au earth; ter.i he ran a joke column that la formally among Eugene vetly potentate, so none should expect to still remembered erans. enter the Divine Presence without "Miller," said an aged EugenUt, preparation, and to ask Heavenly favors with selfishness more or less fill- "used to like to roast the coal man. Thus, I remember how, in a descriping the heart arrangement where- tion of a wedding, he once Wrote: God has a special " 'The presents offered the bride by Ills consecrated people may approach Him. "We the Itoyal Priest were unusually sumptuous and abunamong them was hood have an Advocate with tne fa- dant. Conslpcuous Hlghteous." a ton of coal. This won general adther, Jesus' Christ the writes the Apostle John. Hut before miration and approval by reason of its masslveness, It the ltedeemer will become Advocate quaint, for any, certain terms must be com- being much heavier than the tons of piled with. He serves only those who coal of tho present day." become His disciples. None others have any assurance whatever of DiLobsters That Do Not Boll Red. vine supervision of their affairs, or any Native French lobsters are growing authority for comlug to God In prayer. scarce as the result of a series of. epiThe Pastor stated oue exception to demics, and an attempt la being made this Divine rule. The children of con-- , to Introduce those from Koumania, I could not stand, secrated parents have a standing be- Hungary and Russia. But these tor--, After Few Years of DifiMWlgkll1 had gotten so weak fore God through their relationship to elgn lobsters have little flesh on them I gave up In despair. and their parents. But this standing man- and turn a dull color when they are utYe CeMitioM, Mrs. L At last, my husband got me a bottle of shortly after the boiled. ifestly terminate child reaches a personal knowledge of To give them It possible the attract Cardui, the woman's tonic, and 1 com UpuDesfur. Its responsibilities. ' Thereupon It must ive scarlet tint, appetizing odor and menced taking it. From the very first make a personal covenant with the delicious taste of the native Professor Cane to Retcae. Its standing with Leger Is making researches in bis lab, Lord, or else have dose, I could tell it was helping me. I the remainder of the world. oratory of plscicuUured In the Unican now walk two miles without its That standing, the Pastor reminded versity of Grenoble, and he hopes, in bis hearers, does not mean liability to naturalizing the foreign species, to me, and am doing all my work." Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter tiring everlasting torment. It means aliena- give them some at least of the French, If you are all run down from womanly special provi- characteristics. tion from God and His from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock dences In the present time,: for the DiTry "I suffered; for four tjQublw, don't, writes vine arrangement Is for the ultimate L Descended From Noah. Welsh blessing of Adam and all of bis posCardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped tne smaller a nation tne longer iuu years', with womanly troublesand during terity through the Messianic Kingdom. every more than a million women, In its SO pedigree of the native. Thus The Pastor concluded by declaring this time, 1 could only sit up for a little demay Scotsman of decent lineage la Irish-mashould that the truth on this subject n sot walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and Bruce, every bring many Indifferent, ones to the scended from' the Kings and every while, and could from the Red surely help you, too. Your druggist haa would have severe pains point of decision nnd thus1 greatly benNoah. The last, claim all. At times, I efit them. lie bellevps that many Welshman from for the family of the spld Cardui for years. He knows what la my left side. Christians are asleep, and should be haa been made Tredegar. Coxe, writing In it will do. Ask him. He will recomawakened to realise that they are tri- late Lord tourtng The doctor was called L; and bis treat la Monmouthshire,, Such may 1800. when ll trig with the Gospel call. was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. "rancirui genealogists awake to finA themselves forever out. wrote thatorigin of the Morgaaa from meat relieved me for a while, but I VMlm lot Chattanoon Mellclne Co., Uairs' the stdf the Hlgb Calling anil tb. privi- the third son of Noah," but) that there soon confined to my bed agate. After Aavlsery Dept.i Chattanaoea. Tenn.. h i&- -prr lege of the Church. Jiutrvctiont aa yotu tnm ana "? t was m dlvUloB of oplnioB la taror of llaaBOtfciag seeaiad to do aw any good. Traatawai far 1 .i w , . Mass.. Totlny SprlnRflelu. JAMES & CO., jtv' First Class Liverymen Centertown, Kentucky. mi 11 re-su- OUR CLUBBING RATES, Twice-a-WeekOwensb- nntl-typic- a Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards : Statements' other printed forms are Special Attenton In The Republican - .... r- - t Job Department. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE week IfataJ st .... t- .Announcements. fic"OR REPRESENTATIVE. N. ty School Superintendent county. General Primary Sat. August 2, 1913. of Ohio Ejection a--j i We S. WHITE, of Ola'ton precinct, as JOHN areV. authorized of to announcee West Fords-vlllODELL, Republican noml-lafti. raxdldate for the precinct, for the Republican ior itnembor of the llonso of ZeKUY.i)tatIvcs from Ohio county, nomination for tho office of Superintendent of Schools of Ohio tniJtst to the General Primary Elcc-- subject to the General Primarycounty, ElecjSat. August 2, 1913. tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. TSfffljcrs authorized to announce W. FOR JAILER. St- - tFlensr, of Heaver Dam, Ky., as n We are authorized to announce J. a. ci9.tUdtc for the Republican ior the office of member of th W. DUVALL, "of Select voting "pre- the iltoui af Representatives from Ohio cinct ,as a candidate for nffl.-- r Rerj of nuhllrnn nnmlnntlnn for Hip OJua,7., subject to the General Jailer, of Ohio county. General PriiJlcctloH, Sat. August 2, 1913. mary Election Sat. August 2, 19)3 jFOa COUNTY JUDGE. We arc authorized to announce W. 7s jore authorized to announce i: P. M1DKIKF as a candidate for the OWL ALACK COOK, of Arnold imdnct. a candidate for the'Re- - Republican nomination for Jailer of iwi'l"iui .JMiulnatlon for Judge of. Ohio county. General Primary Election Sat. August 2, 1913. ZXoztteoL iit. Ausust42, 1913. We are authorized to announce .authorized to announce M. JOHN C. DUGGINS, Olaton, route Wt X. HfiAVJEtlN as a candidate for 1, as a candidate for the Democratic ttlK ffiepuliiTcan nomination for Coun-t.- g nomination for Jailer of Ohio county. Ji&lge of Ohio county, subject to General Primary Eloctlon, Sat. AuX " 3jucral Primary Election, Sat. gust 2, 1913. iUk z ta Sj noml-inaiJaFrl-atavot-'Zxrf-- re 'Ws arc authorized to announce 31st Annual Great Hopkins County Fair 29, 30, 31, A.TJOXTT 1 MADISONVILLE. KENTUCKY. & 2. MoKen-ney-Hunter t Every day a big day. Wednesday derby day and W. O. W. day. Groat array of Races, Rinir Shows Floral Hall Exhibits. Fine Music. Twelve big special attractions, including Madame Marautettc's Great Society Horse Show and tli3 Royal Roman Hippodrome. Reduced Railroad Rates and Special Train Service on M. H.-- & E.' Yoxi Will Meet Your Old Baseball Dope. Darnctt made long drive to right field, making first; Johnson knocked two bagger, meantime Barnett came from first home. Spalding put long I shot to c. f. but out. NINTH INNING. Walls was out at first by assist of Robertson; M. Drown fanned; Mac Drown clean hit; O'Urlen fanned. against Harftord did not bat any more. P. Friends There. t ! -- .f :. The game of Hardinsburg Hartford at East End park at HartI ford Wednesday afternoon was proTHE LINE-UKt .ar.2 authorized to announce R. FOR ASSESSOR. nounced by all of the fans to be the Hardinsburg. H. O. MOWNELL. TtmmUmmt. or W. E. rARIA. Hartford. the DM. V are authorized to announce TOM classiest and fastest ball game played Green, rf. 3. W7S1DDING, a candidate for RUS5EU.VH.LE. KENTUCKY O'Brien. 3d. XtafjdhMcan nomination tor KOX, of Roslne, as a candidate for on the local grounds this year. The Welch, ss. Mattingly, If. to lie office of County Judge of the Republican nomination for the of- fact that the Hartford bojs had Rlckard, p. F. Dillon. 3.1. ahla county. General Primary Elec-Uta- fice of Assessor of Ohio County, sub lost the tvo previous games did not Barnett. cf, Ditto, c. ed at Montgomery, Ala., on their ex- Who talks of Jcffenwnlon simplicity, 1913. J3at. August 2, ject to tho General Primary Election, hinder them In the least, and they Johnson. 3b. J. Dillon, rf. hibition trip there was a remarkable And other things toq nnmeroua to Saturday August 2, 1913. played with vim and snap, which had Spalding, 1st. McGary, 1st. Display. It happened that the chief tell. announce L. .authorized to Et few games. Thorpe, c. been absent in the last Walls, cf. actor was Oscar Stanagc, a player BL THENOIt of' "Hartford, 'Ky., ' We are authorized to announce The Breckenrldge county bojs did Rosenblatt, If. M. Brown, 2d. who Is conceded to be the brainiest He talks of extravagance dn office, mntaS, .as a candidate for the Demo- DILLIS E. WARD, of Beda precinct, not score until the sixth Inning, lit- Robertson, 2b, Mac Brown, p. backstop In the American league. AlAnd other political funk; cratic: aominatlon for the office of a candidate for the Republican nomitle Francis Dillon making the run, Hunter. Thomas. though Stanago committed the blund- While his wlfo gees off to their Cbex Judge of Ohio county, su- nation for Assessor of Ohio county. and there their scoring ceased. Green Marks. er, there was not another man on summer home, blet Q the action of the General General Primary Election Sat. August scored In the fifth for Hartford and the playing field aware of It; at With thirty servants and flftyon KeinziXS, Saturday, August 2, 1913. N 2, 1913. iBarnett made a great run from first THE SCORE. least, no one called the catcher's atBy Tom, trunks. to home in the eighth. This was the Innings 12345C781 9 R H E4 tention, to the mistake, nor did anyRender, Ky. rstsJi county attorney. We are authorized to announce G. end of the scoring on either side. 0 0 0 0 10 0 one try to prevent It. x25 Hartford Are authorized to announce C. WILL BROWN, route 1, Hartford.as 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 I 8 2 FlgST INNING. H'burg The play hapiicned In MontgomJS. SUSTH a candidate for the Repub- candidate for the Republican nominaHardinsburg at bat O'Brien made ery's half of the first Inning. One lican- ts ruination for CQUttty Attorney tion for the office of Assessor of Ohio blnglo to Green and out; Mattlngly HEALTHY Cleaton defeated Hartford here Sat- man was out and a runner on first. General Primary county, subject to the General Elec rf ffl&to put one to Rick and out; F. Dlllion urday afternoon at East End park. Two strikes had boon called on the SlaXim. Sat. August 2, 1913. tion, Saturday Aug., 2, 1913. out. Hartford batting Green got a score 9 to 1. Cleaton had a splendid batter, when tho pitcher, Troy, servclean hit making first; Welch caught team,, and It appeared to be an off ed n low curve ball. The ball struck US e authorized to announce D. j are autnorized t0 announce L. out; Barnett sacrifice hit and out. day for the Hartford boys. Barnett the ground In back of the plate and Dam, a B L0NEY as a candidate for the RHOADS, of Beaver Green out stealing home. was In the box for 'Hartford and did bounded through Stanage's legs. The stxJidtXc for the Republican nomlna Republican nomination for the ofexcellent work, but waa not given batter, however, swung and missed SECOND INNING. Cits, for County Attorney of Ohio fice of Asessor of Ohio county, subHardinsburg Ditto caught out by proper support. Thorpe was his mate. land Stanagc ran after the tui.ll. General Primary Election, ject to the General Primary EleceuuxCr. Now Section G of Rulo 51 reads: Welch; J. Dillon struck out; McGary Brown and Cody was battry for 2, 1913. SaX. tion, Sat. August 2, 1913. "A batsman Is out if while first walked; Walls caught out by Spald- Cleaton. base bo occupied by a boso runner ing, assisted by Robertson. Hartford " uro authorized to announce C. FOR CORONER. Johnson fanned; Spalding fanned; lnlru strklo lw called on him by Cleaton defeated Equality at Cen-itn- c 3i. atllNETT a candidate for the We are authorized to announce Dr. Thorpe went to first; Rosenblatt' fan- rtal City Sunday, score 3 to 2. Bat- - tlMS umpire, unless twq men are alCounty A. B. RILEY as a candiddate for the .Kfji3icr.n nomination for ter Cleaton Wilson and Cody; E.ii- - ready out-- " General office of Coroner, of Ohio County sub. ned; Thorpe died on third. ZUtarzkiy of Ohio county. allty WIthrow and Addlngton. Four-- 1 But Stanagc. recovering the, tell. THIRD INNING. Saturday, August Ject to the action of the Republican Election, Hardinsburg M. Brown put out at teen hits were made off or WIthrow niado a hurried throw toward fin. a. UU. party at the General Primary August TJ" all passed rour fcot outside he first; same thing for Mac Brown; and three olf or Wilson. 2, 1913. bag. Gainer tried to block It, but With good teeth and plenty of time O'Brien got 2 bag hit; Mattingly 2CC. COUNTY COURT CLERK. to masticate their food are not greatly caught out; O'Brien died on second. UV are authorized to announce Hartford will play agaist Cleaton fa,lcd' Ono runner rcchod th,rd FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE. 800ond- - uom scorca benefited by ground grain. All Amlno U10r Bl CL.EBE BLANKENSHIP, of Beaver We are authorized to announce W. Hartford Robertson put out at 1st; at Cenrtal City Sunday. There will be fow a momollU l01--berican and European tests show this. iSbuc. K.7., candidate for the Repub-Vcsn- x H. PIERCE, of Ro3lne precinct, a Green same thing; Welch made first no game at Hartford Saturday. happened that tho same play N.J putting one too hot to Pitcher acminattan for County Court candidate for the Republican nomiFor hard working horses, however, fl'-s-r ,nf Ohio county. General Taylor Mines and Graham will crosj1116 u, at MoblI thr0 day bG' with but little time in the stable. It nation for Justice of the Peace, Ro- Brown, who laid out a few minutes; fore. The Mobile catoher missed a Is generally Sloctloa Sat. August 2, 1913.. believed that all grains slne Magisterial District. General Rlckard caught out; Welch died on bats next Sunday at 3 p. m. at the th,rd 8tx,kc- - wUl "" t"0 first. PA should be ground. Remember I am Taylor Mines park. This promises to Primary Election, Sat. Agust 2, 1913. and none out. Tho batter started for in 'VRt sat authorized to announce. J. be a good game. FOURTH INNING. the feed business, can furnish first and the runner on first started ground or unground and . BJLWi HOACTIAND, route 5, Har grain that is SHOULD KNOW THE RULES. We are authorized to announce . F. Dillon clean hit over second; for second. v The catcher recovered (Tixtk. &? the Republican nomination ED SHOWN, best adapted to your horses' needs. The Courier-Journof Beda precinct, a Ditto put out by Johnson to Spalding bays: the ball and was about to throw w.he iOff Ice of County Court Clerk candidate for the Republican nominatiasr ( F. Dillon played hide and seek beMajor league ball players study T GItounty. General Primary Elec-tfax- tion for Justice of the Peace in Harttween 2d and 3d, and out. Jef Dillon every angle of the ganve but one a voice from the outfield shrieked: "Hold the ball!" "Hold the ball!" Hartford Barnett hit by Acgvst, J913. the rules.- - It Is strange that In the ford district. General Primary elec- fanned. The Produc Merchant pitcher; Johnson made long fly and greatest game In the world the one He hold It. tion Sat. August 2, 1913. In two games, with the same situ- VCe :K.r5 authorized to announce caught out by Walls; Spalding caught neglected thing is that which Is HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY nttnn nrliilni-- tuta finf ntia trm-SEll T. ''.VULLIiLMS, of Crpmwell Wo are authorised to announce out by F. Dillon; Thorps fanned. Hi learned in almost every other know of Repub-3fca- it 3fr4iY., .a candidate for the sport. And yet we do not recollect WINSON SMITH, of Select precinct, FIFTH INNING. play came up a fow days later Mont- jQfemination for Clerk of Ohio a candidate for the Republican nomiqf having ever heard of a olub in the lnni(irv Hltl nsvt bnntv If anH lAM1t Hardinsburg McGary made long hit couafty. .Ginaral Primary Election, nation for Justice of the Peace of to right c. Caught by Barnett but major legaues that compelled Its play- - , remcmber ,t ' altnougn ' the aUrmfey, August 2, 1913. Roslne Magisterial District. General dropped; safe at first; Walls clean DM frk hi I'll u, lnnnlivln,k Ml l.An.lt II Tigers vt a vir uai m n nuvn iwujU n.9 UAzn; villi probably did not realize why Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. hit, making first; M. Brown fanned; playing rules. tho catcher In Mobllo was cautioned VZa Authorized to announce LOI It Is highly Improbable that more not to make the throw. Mac Brown bunted and made first; C, as a SUIXO, at Hartford, Route We are authorized to announce J. O'Brien made first; McGary put out than half a dozen players In the high It Is but ono of the many situat:Mtd'.lc for the Democratic A. BOWLING, or Narrows precinct, a by Thorpe coming home; Mattingly circle of baseball aro thoroughly ac- tions that arise each season and in of County Court candidate for the Republican nominaK' the office knocked the pill to left center and quainted with tho rules. Manv up- I'liCtKv Ohio county, subject to jthe tion for Justice of th Peace, of the Barnett was In right of field, for left sets have been caused by Ignorance which players provo that a study of Sulphur Springs district. General Pri- handed batter, but made run and of playing rules. Not a season goes the rules Is not Included In their sctiM j.f the General Primary, worl. August 2, 1913. mary Election, Sat. August 2 ,1913. caught Mattingly out, saving the day. uy uui some important turn in a . .. team's raoo Is featured by Ignorance Three men died on base. Hartford Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. Wo are authorized TOR SHERIFF. to announce Rosenblatt fanned; Robetson ditto; or a certain rulo or tho game on the To m ,,e(j,,e or a fearfu, foreet Xa are authorized to announce S. GEORGE M. MADDOX, Sr., a can- Green made first by error of center part of one or more players. jnre ltl Ul0 catskllls a young girl rode SA. KRATCHER as a candidate for didate for Justice of the Peace In the fielder; Welch nude two bagger, Turn tot he history of tho season horseback at' midnight and saved ttfa. ;tnibUcaa nomination for Sher--lt Rockport Magisterial District. Gen scoring Green; Barnett caught out dt 01 xjuo auu you win una mat tne many lives. Her deed was glorious rt Ohio county,, subject to the eral Primary Election, Sat. August flrvJt. ow tone uiancs iosi tno National but lives are often saved by Dr. iA'-ra" Primary Election, Saturday, 1913. . Lcaguo pennant becauso a number King's Now Discovery In curing lung SIXTH INNING. JutsiT.2, 1913. F. DIUon clean one bag hit; Ditto of members and one, Fred Merklo, trouble, coughs and colds, which 0-i.toWe are authorized to announce fanned; Jeff Dillon caught out by In particular were not acquainted might havo ended In consumption or Wv jtre authorized to announce S. SAM L. STEVENS, of Beaver Dam. Spalding at first; Robertson made with u certain Important and not unpneumonia. "It cured me of a dread -O. fCJCOWN as a candidate for the candidate for the Republican noint-e- r error; McGary clean hit, scoring F. common rule or the ganio. Tho ract ful couugh and lung disease," writes IS OUR CONSTANT AIM. .t kpu&?ic&u nomination for the Dam Magisterial District. General Dillon; Walls caught out by Spalding. that a member or tho Cubs knew 'the W. R. Patterson, Wellington, Tex., of Bhcrlrf of Ohio county, sub- - Primary Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. Hatford Johnson clean hit, one bag; rule or which the IGants were Ignorant "after four In our family had died DON'T DODGE! the General Primary Elec- fxa: l Spalding out by assist of F, Dillon gave Frank Chance's team the Na- with consumption, and I gained 87 Our excellent Bread, Light We are authorized o' announce to first; Johnson out stealing; Thorpe tional League flag. .Uni,aJL August 2, 1913. pounds." Nothing sc auro and safe GEORGE W. ROWE. of Gantetown, put out at first. Johnny Evers gained everlasting ior au tnrot and lung troubles. Price Rolls,, Brpwn Buns, Freeh Vt'e :ire authorized to announce W. a candidate for the Republican nom fame because he won a pennant COc and 1.0, Trial bottle free. Guar SEVENTH INNING. Doughnuts, Home Made C. (COMMODORE) ASHLEY, route ination for Justice of the Peace of M. Brown clean hit, between c. f. simply because he kuew the rules anteed by all druggists. adv. Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Jelly ELulford, a candidate for the 2 tho Centertowu Magisterial District. and r. f. only making fist; M. Brown thoroughly and took advantage or nomination for Sheriff of bunted out; Robertson made error; that, knowledge. Fred Merkle became Netke. Roll, Tarts, &o &c. ly a, persecuted OfUo County. General Primary Elec-tin- a We are authorized to announce S. O'Brien put out going io firut; victim of ignorance, of Sealed bids will bo received on AV. LEAC4I, route 3, Beaver Dam, a the county farm for tho oil and gas Sat August 7, 1913. fanned. Hartford Rosenblatt playing rules. Will Make a Hit. candidate for the Republican nom- caught out going to first; Robertson It would seem that the ract that rights up to 12 o'clock noon, SatIf You'll W Are authorized to announce S. ination for Justice of the Peace of same thing; Green put out. by star a major league pennant was decided urday, August 9, 1913. Right re"S- - C2BJNETT a candidate by knowledge ofhe rules should served to reject any and bll bids. for the. the Beaver Dam Magisterial Dla- - catch of Mattingly in left field. Ice Cream Served Every Sunday. serve as sufficient reason why every 7AoBioxsU6 nomination for Sheriff trlct. General Primary Election Sat. C. E. SMITH, EIGHTH INN1NO. 2, 1913. Ohio county, subject to the LESLIE COMBS, F. DIUon made first by error irom major league player should devote V. nU .Primary Election, Sat. August J. C. JACKSON, Johnson in throwing to first; Ditto part of his time to becoming fully We are authorized to announce W. was out by Baroett's good catch; J. acquainted with them. But the Merkle 53t4. mix Committee. S. DEAN, of Dundee, a candidate for DIUon made first on clean hit; F. incident, although remembered and HARTFORD BAKERY The rrwf of the ruddli the Republican nomination for Justice Dillon put out at third; McGary. put often referred to at this day, failed siwsoi. svperintij.ndf r. W, .0. Schlemmer, Prop. XJ uxe authorized to announce of the Peace of the Sulphur Springs the pill to C. F. .Barnett, who dupU- - to serve as a lesson. There is as We find that Woodrow Ja a man aftgXBr LEACH as a candidate for Maglsterlal District. General Primary cated his good work. Hartford Welch much lgnoranco as ever, er alL HARTFORD. Ky. Whose hea,d la liable to swell; put out at first; Rlckard same thing; j la the last game the Tigers play- Cfcrf JStoubHean nomination for Coun- - Election, Sat. August 2, 1913. 2, 1913. n, -- authorized to announce J. 3JU1ES, of Paradise,, aicandldate If. tar tXc .Republican nomination for Juifec if Ohio county court. General ZYiMarr .Election, Sat. August 2, &3tt. W3 sr We are authorized to announce C P. TURNER, of Hartford, Ky., as a X I x candidate for the 'Democratic nom ination for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the General Primary Election, Saturday, August; scientific degrees. Well equipped business department. 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