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The Hartford republican: July 25, 1913 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1913 hao1913072501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 25, 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. F , Itetfarrfr ftijmMicm j Fin Job Work. DEVOTED'TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL Ttfty PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year jrpL. XXVI. TREMENDOUS EGG LOSSES REPORTED Oie Tnird TprOWn AWay After Inspection. Blame Hot Weather for UnUSUal Conditi ni-'Uen- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1913. Improve fifty per ccht in losa than no tlmo. Indiana 'has a State-wid- e candling law whjch reads that any person who sells defective eggs is liable to pNinlshment. So another plea by wholesale dealers 'Is that the candling law bo made StaKS-wld- e, 'which would not only rcduco tho summer losses greatly, but wll send w 11 vaitt cft&O) w ttliu uui i ' housewife. To gather an Idea of the amount iiren tolnz lost dally, the figures i taken, from a produce houso's record of receipts for a day, tho following may be enlightening: Out of eight cases (each case containing thirty dozen), eighteen dozen of bad and spotted eggs were thrown away; out cases, 21fc spotted eggs of twenty-fou- r oases were taken; out of twenty-tw- o t doMn wefe thn)Wn awfty and nlnotyitwp dozen ere dxl&Kd unfIt for good bv the Qno ah(pper loet thlrtyrf3,x Th,B egg of e,eycn big loss of eggs daily on account of No. 2 PRIMARY OFFICERS MORE DAYS OF GREAT CONTEST Graiid Battle Being Put Up By Every Contestant In The lepublican's Pony Contest. CONTEST ,. 1 . cotnotlve cabs, where It would glvo a positive signal If a train ran past a' closed block signal. In war, he said. mines could bo exploded without wire attachment. Tho prisoner told the police ho had been Induced to try to 'blackmail iMiss Bamberger by two other men .who, ho bclievod, were members of a New York gang of blackmailers. "Make-Up- " . AREJELECTEB Commissioners Make i Stone Marks Grave lr Fruit CLOSES Scarce In Cities. LoulBVllle, 4- - P. M. SATURDAY t ,- I Ky., July 20. One-thigreat sneuana rony Do not fall to attend the primary . me eggs recoivca on u.e to it's close. After many weeks of ef- - Important of business arts, that of and register your choice. away, is et are dally being thrown "E. BEAVER DAM W. B. Taylor, fort on the part of enterprising girls meet,ng ad taing to e pubilc at ktement ot LouUdlle ogg and C; Harrison Austin, J.; Romla and boys of Ohio county there will large. exceptionally produce dealers. The Baldwin, J.; D. B. Reld, S. pony has now "Jack" the Shetland bo awarded the dear little black Shetnot .weawr prevailing .or xne W. BEAVER DAM John Baker, J; whet's la causing eggs to decay land pony, pony buggy and harness been hi Hartford several days, and three Mitchell Render, S.; H. C. Shaver, no the successful .the pony buggy and harness arrived as the grand prize , not on'ly in large quantities and, If conditions J J.; C. P. Hodges, C. bicycle will be award- - Tuesday morning, and the Uttlle fel-e- d cosmic, winter 'prices Promise to but. ,8 tclt M over contestant Tho MCHENRY S. J. Tlchenor, C; L.. Uoatev1 prize and the gold low was hitched to the buggy and as second prevail in Tdldsummer. Mora "bad thj coxlaiTy Mllwaukee threw away W. Hocker, J.; R. P. Beck, J.; A. watch, now on exhibition at R. AV. driven, around town, much to the than fresh eggs are contained In the ove M Thorpe, S egg8 from ,u .ece,pt jewelry store will be given lglht o dozens ot g'lrla and boys, majority of cases of labeled "fresh p cm about the, same raft. CENTERTOWN W. E. Brown, J.; which ran They were all excited over "Jack" as third pize. egg." received from the country: ' tale of well S. M. Dexter, S; A. F. Chapman, J.; To lis 8Caie aa In Loualvillei Every contestant has put forthjthe and the crowds follow hini every 9 ueaiers an over we city are aaiiy nnH 411 O. M. Bishop, C. best they could In the way of work tlmei.he Is brought down town. He Remember now how true through all SMALL.HOUS Clint Iglehart, C; throwing away enough eggs to feed Socialists Nominate. 1 the city for several days and already those days Ray Addlngton, J.; J. C. 'HU1, J; J. The Socialists of Ohio county met , tha a protest uob ucen wauu uy h(,P(, SturdaV ,trt hmu, Ho was friend, brother, husband, T, Rowe, S. living In tho vicinity of tho city morn,njnd a',80 he!(1 Bn afternoon I son E. PORDSVILL.E J. P. Cooper, J.f dumps against tho enormous amount foowIng Fill the whole limit of your apace J. B. Westerfleld, S; Renzo Marlow, whlch of spoiled eggs dumicd there by local M ' 1 . with praise. Ucket wag nomInaU?d. J; W. H. MlUer, C. produce firms, who, on account of the County Judgojno shult. Pren- There needs no room for blame W. FORDSV1LLE G. G. Lanom, new egg candling ordinance, put in- A blame there "was none." ryis; of cc C; W. D. Royal, J.; if. H. Roberta,' l city last winter. Hartford R clerkR to effect in .this E. Dean J.; Geo. Malone, S. 3; R9I,reBcntatlvc-- A. The boyhou of "William can selUno other tmtti strictly fresh ChB Howard was spent In the office of Simmons; Co. Attorne- yAETNA VILLEE. E. Fuqua. J; W. i rbb. tested and guaranteed fori four the Sentinel. The father of William P. Griffith, S.; S. L. Phillips, J.; Rone CentertoTO. Sherlff-- E. If daja by a licensed candler. who. .T. Dean and J. A. Howells was editor Jacob Newton, C. . . Prentiss; Jaller-- A. 0 . In the time prescribed Ihe- - eggs be- Assessor-- T. slmTOon8. J. of the paper. SHREVE Mark Clough, C; John come bad, is l'able for the loss si. phe, MclIeBry. swX Supt.-- W. Robinson, J.; A. Shaftzer, J.; Jeff The cause of this big Joss In the H Cund,t( Hartfordi K. 5. corone- rFamily Reunion. WhltttngtUU, S. eggs received every day ... aupply of v,pu.,lo,t. Hartfonl: Maelstrato "OLiATON W. H. Keith,.. I; H. C Sunday July 20th Mr. andtsitrs. G of the past nionht Is directly laid on Robert Davl8 Hartford. J. J. Brack- met at Daniel, S.; K. C. Byers, J.; M. S. W. Gordon, and children me excepiionauy not weuu.cr. j Ronkr- Mc. Hlghvlew Hill a. family re Patterson, C. ,thefe Is a second reason for this H Bartle'tt. ; Qqo Ear9-BHHunion. All came with well filled baSk- - ptlFORD O. C. Magan, CT; O. wliolesalo sioillng of hen fruit which, , rm m J.; Walter Blair, J.; was served it done away with: win do wonders( Has.Ulays Spelled Ruin for In their effot to be named the lead will be at The Republican Office eta anda at noon dinner with every S. spreading oak" under in letlucing tho amount of daily loss-BARTLETTS Alfred French, J.; es, and there is not one of them but .Saturday afternoon, ready to go to thing good to eat. Labor. according to well- es. This remedy, as- the little fellow who has earned him. Mr. A. E. Sandefur came In his Gilbert Shart, S.; D. B. Bartlet, J.; Hitormed dealers here, is prompt ship The Amoican. worklpgman dors not what la wothy of all the aid and Tho j contest closes promptly at 4 fmsnllnn launch and every one en- - Hosea Shown, C, play from this .V ineuta to ,the market by the" country' ask favors from anyone, but l.e has sistance and fair HEFLltf A. C. Porter. C.f S-- L. them. All have had equal as- o'clock Saturday afternoon and tne j0yed a ride on the river. people selling eggs lnsteftd"of'hold-th- e right of Prote:tIon ojalnst under-'ln- g pay from this of- count oi'voies wui lane piace in ui Refreshments ".were served again Whltqiker, J.; W. M. Heflin. J.;?,V. sistance and fair ct '' his them for an advance In the pad competition. Cova-jar- t and' have shown themaolvea Office a'nd tha winners announced. about five o'clock and all weal home 9. Condlt, S. or to make a big shipment ont condition with anyone in the fice, Collins, EAST HARTFORD R. t. Only a'few more hours, until three feeling that they had enAed .the ap-unocessary exitoaure to the hot labor world anywhreo and any time, worthy of It by the honorable conC; Leslie Combs, J.; Milton Black, duct which has distinguished them Ohio county chaps will bo. delighted day. Thoae- - present were: rioff of the sun. Everything is In his favor and this queatlon. ibut with their results o? hard work. EvMr. and Mra. G. W. Goraon, Mr. J.; J. Ney Foater, S. "A good many shippers" says one fo the result of long studied,- - long throughout. Jherela no WEST HARTFORD Joe T. Miller, should not lose a and Mrs. Lawrence Alien and chilso ery contestant will be gg dealer, "will hold their eggs back praott:al experience, based upon what the successful ones because of honest' hard .work, and moment now In seeing those who dren. Ravburn. Orvllle. and G. W.: J.: T. R. Barnard, S.; S. T. Barnett, this hot weather for an advance In sound principle. ''The Democratic par-th- e promised to help them, before tho Mr. and Mra. Jim Black and children, J.; Otto C. Martin, O. price on tho Tnarkdt, .whereaa by ty has alwaje spelled ruin lor labor those who will be unsuccessful ,jioed BEDA Dudley Westerfleld, J.; Her contest closed. DonfaU to maketae Durwood, Delmar C,' and Randall; have no faulty to tlnd. with , doing thla the eggs become so that n g coUntp-and before the next " by such last hours, even the lmnutea, count. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sandefur and man Plrtle, C; W. H. .Humphrey, J.; defeased of four yearB j, hej)feaeftt a cannier will not pass one-ha- lf r children. Oraji. Alary. Thelma and.O. R. Tlnslej. S. and the farmer yhereby loses gjme w1 prove no exceptlon.--Brlato- l SULPHUR SPRINGS Tice Baker, Oeyvlend; Mr. and Mrs. ESKer Joiemore than he has gained by waiting )?.( Courier., REMARKABLE DEATI -- man and daughter, Winona; Mr. J.; Late Weller, S.; J. K. MltcheU J WOMEN CONDUCTORS . for the advance, as moat all eggs AfnnHv Rordnn. Mrs. Lendie Brown Forizo Mldklff, C. Sugar aid Moles. are bought on th3 "loss oft" basis, Miller. C; Jotafr D; ! MAGAN children. Ernie and FOR NEW YORK Among those who have,, testified hi' MACME.SHWN and Mr. and Mra. OourtlanDesaie Tay W. Muffett, Ronda. H. HeltcV X; T. because tho eggs will not stand the J.; J. M. and nwu ana Lrouisviue canaiers win noi the louoying investigation ia a Benlor. Those present beside the family A. Fuqua, S . in turn stand for rotten eggs." So atpr from Missouri, who told how he I - VexeMp. ad Mrs. W. T. Taylor, of CROMWELI-- R. C. Stewart, J.;'Ikj; rs the urgent plea of Louisville egg had received telegrams from his flans For Gigantic BUS System Alleged Blackmailer S Fearful Mt pjeasant and Mr. Norwood Brown Cooper,, S.; S. L. Stevens, J.; Cf. to" the shipper Is ship your stltuonts asking him toy vote for a W. Martin, C. .of Sockport. eggs often and avoid heat whenever duty on sugar, because Protection Greater Thai That of Device Awes Electrical ExCOOL SPRINGS J. P. vShrum, ST.; One Present. " this la possible. It ia true that for sugar was neceaaary to preserve Allen Taylor, C; H. L. Taylor, J.; London. perts At Salt Lake. bad roads In many sections of the the mule Industry ot Missouri. The Dntgjist Wanted. L. M. Smith, S. v country will not permit ".often trips' senator's states a grkat source of NORTH ROCKPORT J. E. Maddox By coal company. Must be .willing city,, but wherever It ,1s, pos- - supply of .mutea,, and mines jiire to the y. J.; B. H. Robertson, J H. B. Bowen, Salt Lake City, Utah. July 21. In to clerk in all departments of g New York. July 22. The conduc-- J business, the egg producer la urged, lh sentlal in (he ' References required. Addresa J.; W. H. Maddox, S. presence ot electrical experU. toress, or conductorlne. da Boon to the n all good faith, to make prompt ship- - so, there you are-th-.e SELECT J. S. James. J.: C. W care giving expenlencb. 'Address T0f Amelcan lntweaia is demohatrated appear. In New York's transportation Federal officers and detectives hare numts. 2t2. Ranney, S.; O. N. Stewart, ,J.; E. B. what was Tho Hartford Republican. The scarcity 1; growing ao that It beyond neceaalty for further proof, ayatem, according to plana now under today waa demonstrated Flnley, C. to be perhaps the moatr e may be necessary, to draw eggs from And yet, the sugar-planteof Lou-4h- e way for an enormous bua system, declared death-dealin- g HORSE BRANCH Lon Daniel. C; machine In- Lwn- - marakbje cold storage, accordtagto dealers, uuna and the mule'growera of Mis- - which will even outlval Ithat ot N. B. Davis, J.; T. B. Freymlre, X; years sending to Congress J don. Indeed. Manhattan aland will be vented in recent li this, at the p reseat Ime, is ou ' souri W. P. Miller, S. thel,The Inyentiorf ta the wrk of W, Tho are ..deadaer against 'Kriddled with Motor bus lines . the prevailing the question ROSINE-T-Wl- ll Monroe. J.; years old. Board ot Estimate grants the fran- - L. jricea are too low to permit It. protection. Troy Times Raines, S.; H. C. Crowder, C.;VW. tnt ome fortv routes for which who confessed to Federal and munlc. Ayear or two ago equally aa hot'. , ,, F. Sanderfer, J. The Schoolmaster s Eye. Plal officers when, he waa arrested appllcatlona are now pending. weather aa that prevailing Jaat week CERALVO C. B. Everly. J.; Root ; Do you Imagine that Woody-Be- On some of the lines, which will that he naa tnreaienea 10 use would not have resulted In aa large Matthowa, S;; J.H. Wood, J.; Flnlo Bamberger,- - a a losa because of the absence of .the Oood i would have started . anything obarge a fare of only five cents. It destroy Miss Dorothyunless she gave Rowe, C. . . n tahiih fnml- - wealthy society, girl, law then, about the lobbyists being in wasa-- i. the present candling R. Jambs, J.; PT. PLEAS ANT-- S. denionatra'tlo'nJ and. buying egga waa, more ot a f lng ton had they all been. In favor of nine conductora with more to follow hlm.l,000. After the Burnle Tlchenor, C; V. fY Ooadtt, v If tho expelmenit proves successful. ' Government officials uok possession gamble than anything elao, but un- - his damphool notions of ', " J.; Irla Render. 8. der preseat condltlona nor housewife ' It makes a heap ot difference who The forty routes cover practically ev- -, of the inveatlon. Bos well. X; J. NARROWS C. J. What la hold to be of more Is obliged to stand good the .loss ot sees the lurking lobbyist first1, and ery district torn (the Battery to HarW. Thonias, S.; Henry CarteV, X; B. .WWWWWTh tF cast,'hlB school-jipo- n Many of them overlap, and for portanoe, the Invention, It la said, r a rotten egg received from her grocer . Woody aeeraa to have P. Petty. C Willi on hlm And sip! The the more profitable streets, there Is can be turned to tihe' saving ot lifereceipt of them, aa vevery case master-ey- e RALPH Ronda Wade, C; J. T. colllsI by preventing train or ahlp S. 0. KEOWN. the grocer .buys is guaranteed by alarm (was sounded and the guards spirited competition. Henry, J.; J. T. Whttehouae, J.; J. For thirteen yeans, or since the lona. his wholesale dealer, 'under the seal were warned to let no guilty ProSamuel O. Keown, who la a candi- R. Midkltf, S. Into machine took of a licensed candler, under the seal tectlonlst 'escape. But eaay on those motor bua'bbecame a reality, New' Electricians concretethe PRENTISS Clarence Plrtle, J. X vault In an of-- date for the Republican nomlnaKon and, of four days from the time of canldl- - favorable to free sugar, free wool and York's development of this branch of a steel pan oi too for Sheriff of 0hlo county, waa roar- Cooper, S.; C. C. Dennis,' J. ; 'H. B. lng, and any losa within this time la everything else. If he doe not, change the transportation system has been flee building. Anotner on wlhch was mounted ed on the farm, two and oneihalf Taylor, C. made good to the grooer by the his, pogram, woody isgolng; to be prevented by clauses In Ithe Trans , contrivance HERBERT Walter Skinner, X; W, waa miles north of Fordavllle, Ky., where lob nornomMon liaw. which a beU and incadescent wholesale dealer. But many grocers, i the most unpopular roeau kSJqBBBBBBl grown man ae underwent all P. Taylor, C; H. L. Blvens. J.;'Grat virtually restrclted the operation of placed In a closed room serosa the until a according to egg' dealers, buy cases of nation ever had, all thougl of of the hardships and vicissitudes of AUdkJff, S. ggs from a huckster on his way to I noranoe ot the dlf ferem buses to the present company. Now, hall. Than the electric current ARNOLD J. W. Arnold, X: J; T. boy. Afterward for many hardly a month since the Legtala - .the machine waa tunsad on. Onthe the farmer Loo-H- e town, without being candled, which theory and practice years he engaged in the livery busi- Renfrew. S.; Tllford Haynes. J.; "- unawacaam. w " i ho Inturn sella to the. house wife, and Protection. Pueblo Shultz. C. THF ure. urged by Gov. . Sulzert emer-jvidk',.!!. J.' --JA .ha limn irlnwod ness at Fordavllle. He has been dep. .. . Mx,m.. majority ot f rT RENDER Guy Stateler, Cr Claude ,ad in4 the n AAMlnitnoH cases where I day Oplalos. , tbT" cy message, amenasa we aci awiuty sheriff of Ohio county for five .. i , nlir in u ea xne power no xwai v yean, which position Alyers, J.; Sam Jaiaes; Jr., J.i D. W. .to Miss and one-ha- lt w A.f " with th Board of BsUmate. t W his aekaowlsdaed Utter A f if rH chase thq conaumer stands the loss. he hsf filled tearlesalynd with great Gwynn, S. ''iSrtoi. tfyi 1 compaales re- eager to op- - Bamberger, Cunmlass Bsnt'a-diagraArab reed is , a So wholesale dealers here are max . .it- i. n.r hi, lna!nn . . avinjt ha would credit to himself. Thla la the flrat SIMMONS Ed, L. Klrtley. S.; J. L; i . A . v.f orate la sireois anaew lac an, urgent plea wnousewiveaw Latatna everjr i in time he has ever been a candidate Southard; J.; Jeaae Hill, C: Mura 'itiUxn n anltnutf nf ,j , other) that it CsJJa'f;asi(flfBh, V4.. i... AUk 4lM.h vaijr uf uio tvu. demahd 'candled egga, aS'Uad-t- B -- - lu wu Jia. - ...n nfftan Mr iKwivn was a Brown, C. ner rooni-aasapiosa crfy ordbace they are not liable for boajo sad musele. .VJIKjijI lia' of tha new companies soy they Branch for four y resident of fewlUace. T.e lM Waited to Itatriaao. appetite sad acrsass any loss by rotten ones. years, and ot McHenry, one year, and "Bd moatba after they are iraatod tran - 'the eiecinoai exaora. prov "the question of activity., Hortes Any person having a axwJ plaao, An authority on now rasldea near Beaver Dam. He prottmcA&'JB-ftk- oMsoi. It. therefore, seom. probable could get good J if tte iiNNUt ordl I will eat as ndied has been a consistent and hard work- - which la not In use, may n -coa - , . thU the tenlaecoaduetor or V j -- It by the city waa made'er Mance er for his party even before he waa rent for' It, by applying to In fn,l. VannliHAan JJ la voter, Prowo' Merchajat, Hartford, Kea- - doctor. or MBiotoross will very aat the uumwuwuii.; .ttathmo. coaM lt4.'.hortly become a reality here,.' Xed Tin LouUvllle IwussaoiS wjwldV tucky. ..- rd ... Il..n. ""..' . D.nnMI.in'a vnrlhr onmrunl On tkn nthop Harut . ' rv . n,nT.t in ,h h. h.H ara j, ...,;; - - w ,,;:"", .. ,, g's Jefferson ,0., July 19. One of tho most remarkable gravestones on record was placed in the cemetery here It stands at the head of the grave of J. A. Howells, veteran editor of tho Ashtabula Sentinel, "who Qlea neTe Tecenuy . " conslsta of the "make-up- " stone uged by Howa fof nfty dur. lng his successive evolutions as printer's devil, printer and editor. On it is inscribed a verse written by William Dean Howells, a brother of the dead man. The verso reads: "Stone, upon which, with hands of bo and man. He framed the history of his time until, Week after week, the varying record y. half-centurl- Four Men Selected From Each: Precinct to Conduct August Primary. . ' rf . ft,' illii M-Pn -en lPWl KF-v9- tilw t Bk k K to-ha- Claude-Hudson- ... ,, prea-mark- J ' pt A ni con-deale- lo com-mtsar- augar-growin- later-relatio- ' 7, rs iP H.-JX- I rhu. i. ..... .. i, ,ntui Free-Trad- e? lni-le- ,.n.nn p iii bN VT. - -i ." nsnr ". "'. t J nvn u-- ' nitro-izlvoerl- a a,ilim$ doavtu oy. ""'"'"" ' it-l- a havoopMin aUng .' 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T'i -r jity j- vto, Sw mor import nc .sw !, mw ". wwuraarlArt. Tj -jr nrr-- ii -V rrtlly 7rlv atr m. a.i, j U Sv Iiar PLACARDED! THin -sr" iiy Hi o- . if" .VK r 7mr "not loor iai mm prion .j r .itixaort---70r ir ait iiIo-.'a x.i viz, l v in: 7 r Jvr.ir 'jao .i aat forr . da t ,.nr. jur 10 J . !u-- vrt -- jrtyi.ctan.. iay TifTiirarta," at '"3itrlc it Tvr air ir Iion,J9 UlUllU-- i; 13- -a for n- -r iHl ..nilTi'flaJafir-iau- s. - ii " l iHiij-,- r q T ntucJry m Ta-5- - Cortt T Trortt. r -t nar-- a Jnaiatr f--m-r ?r f r - 0!o o j-- a7. t JttI- -i . ' of x e.-- t ;- j- WAHj J. oc ror tie- c -mt 2;ttc Ofiio - aS J: w-- ii . 7 .7. tc. X on-aa - 2 -OI-t K- - --.p- at J w x T3. O - cocstt uair-W- ft -la- ZZTZXZ. naif-. I t-7-- Z -f- c owtt or ro iiv fiit--r rrur 2 jotr a lfafa tout .lo!Tar . rti cr-i- ni 'Krej' i itan."-- " I 4 i. x --- --(5- or tuaxy --------:- ?--- it-j GXo --- 1-r. C. wL 3aOWX.rJB BC-- -. Icr m 23r!iUca -- f AMMr f 7 w- X Klil-- 3w i i mt ennr yoiurwrfC, 3, Kf" J --,- -. - -- 7' t au. ja ra t. Cr. li A4 of e: X Kerrtue- -r rtvtr--uio-i CtmmiM-- -- r an. asicr-- - io(oe-- rt IC 701 wmo; tTi 7it ono Doa' r c haT .tja 'o 7 .or 307rifttis ... VISITING NURSES Uh A TUJtlaa; -- HKO.-B- S. loo w--- hmk- :i...' 'Sw 'tl r - -- ir- - f Cir hooY uivwiljr Ssrtnar fm," tint, ir h- mm r -- it. t7ily it rtf h tfr Vatk fJic iitit .afaIrtri ..a--u-- . ..II ia. - l2i-- iirtSa-- C 3vitrS-o- u. rTti ! In "?m- l r - jit nrfy VW iri-r- r at,4 r .)ra.t aanirtr onoar-t rat c sa o nnntai,.n. . --- if r- tv;-- Tj-- v. .a ifor-- t m aiu--i iyi o ror :ta- - iff -- atwrfi- ' 5t- - soo ia ,vr K ntJi'-- r irtSiarT-r- i INHERITED! ff Hiftrtfini .,- syo. a iorojs-- 5 r if Tfowl ynnr. ir lUlnf--rt.-it f ' rhan '00 Sorsiawt- ifin aoc - lfi effy - T3r. iiiaoorreft ! t? orapa or eotrr. ar oa JC atton. vso f.jT orar rtbf-riTT ea yojwexxn. aw 01 - --n oqr ' txy urnr.. nairLajt ti jrr 7onrlatr. whicii 'it tmia - a ana aa jnoi i.tro: or i l un if -7fl'ir Ara- of Ohio e if itiiawz hr 'h taivirirorr of s - a o farfr a laort Sa. Of r - ...vl ?a 'o t Sru rv Sr. jiiyiloiaa. ahvrfciaaa ur ooc ive -lo aai- t7' 5- - 2a"r7 of fci nr - fo w oi fnr CoV'ar s::tKZ -- -i of a ooi. ai7- Das. . - - loi-- - rcujr-4c-C-- - I to a o- r . i-- -.- - ....-. - - . t- , C y .o..iorOai ,. ct tar tie - L. m c- 2t-- 3 "lf 7 -f aarv u .1 ca-a- -l anrjei -- Ai tc X -------- ' --Uis, Sat. j- caC7 ' il- -l i r - Ai-T- i? X UU. CO-OX-S. lUtlo-ifafi - iti 2 -- --aoww rx.rt.if-,.-i- if-i- i-- r a; '-- iio- ; -- r :or -i " ,. .oi-- T . ' g are ynrnta-vf oiiaxr. 7. vf.if-- f if f i-t- n r 5tri-! 3-U-- iy 5or-- i inc. JiMj EttaM of. Halfh. nfv soioaU ar 'oruKt. ;:jrj 'hat a? 700. tz v atr-- '' "' nrrtoy THl- a It -- f3w orKU )f Cvt - W&7 -- 7- , tit na- in, vV5e i.f--- w iy an. '.irojjpi 'a tMi-asj-- r '5tm- . t -- ZtamM Tar-?-- for r , psrr-- af, otot nor Zmm fr. rut . trkxir;tnt ;(-ir ? riafnMiri.-!- ' ait (Wbb .a) t!Vi li- . .f - pr ,t ,y 'jU'aoir .(K'.wr. 7irt4 m 7- - i(r vnr Ji .07 of riiua fa 30. ifWrf -- ar rthrtfartA ia fnoi '"a Jr- - 4iow ?r-- ia -fvi-a co A rt.aa-- of wr f .av ;inrf 7 if 'i 3fftf oar.t t-- tr irnr rion nvo--r .i.ria ror f iitinvt. 700 or .&rcnM. r .l.w-ra- itaa of a rn taoas jrvf '!-- .. a i rn v. jroaita-. frt ' f f nri.. ; Lt 3n-iar- ah it wxrv- it 1 ia-- diaeaa- ti '37 r 30 antirari n oo-t T in. -- MI avr Ttotlma' rh maf a , w.l Iio ii- "t torn 3s ,wr 710, .r. Jv--.ir' tiaoa ovvitora' or --arftfoJ & cSi-- ;: saor it "- - no: V? a- -r tnuc ; of 7ior JWJ7 wjf airk- & r- !i7ftr It. ,- 'oon1 :a 'S ootjisj, 31a '0tt7i4rf- a- al 1 Jrora J .B ofra ar7 yvaa , Uf sor t.. of .a.t w aia x- - if sor ta . no-'- rt ociro of ' zu aoz r aj j - of tUMzx rfi- - anra--t i-- U ?- !- ti r ta ta corrv 5- It iJ?fl-aa -k aio( rr-a- ary oh, to ur-- v lljj. 4ttr aei to JIT xj cxailiilila -:. U- -. 23E us ure Dr iac t -- n.u i- .. x-- i--. wt- 5TIR COCXTT COC3.T 0 ja- -r X laix - at tin GeaeriX JTSTICE atjuj-ijL ,. -- g.llivii r7 A-j- v-J ta.Hm. ? ta-- ;ti7ictaa i.i wm; m X- a nan rem. re a it raa-- jreat A Oni . -- vsAKX U 30c 3ri-- 3c a amiaaria of 3at.ar. Ia-- vrUaas-.a - 2it 10- i-- - t ui fm inil in It r3oroo..l7 and. If '- r 1. lar. Dim for fasraso. ah 3 to afv.r jroe uu of conansrioo. .tUi -- ria 01 0--- 1 aarn- -r r j. ct- - k. ..Iti u 1 or-- W --- oe. are axit - , t-- n- .ao-taa- - a ..rc ui jfs ae4 ..- ta aaa onac tt--aa -era for Conaty Court a- .ut -t .. X o. r -- ,. t- ?02 Oc" ae 'rS-V- C-. w ,... prS a- ;, Ro-i- of OerTc Jooit fc of Ohio county - EIectOB Sat. axs Geae- r- ?ri- - UIX - .By. (3su-ta--- r jfo-- rr. iti .p "ar-rfa.- 7 Ji tarn'ty U 'sixxullni Htl a i ir if it HC3.rnfl7 ift-- i;. HtlV. fh. t Mr. 'A-- 1 smt ftaJir in i T'W. a xr.Zrr 1 ytrlmlj vvAtA. 'or a fo rr .orVfttArf ac a7 mr .a .io-rrrr, in'jirt v-- r'r . .4in u 'a.-m;- 1 711? ami I .rrl35int fj, r.ii-- f - w of to ut . oat r rv - "arc a 12 oat-ffnt- o rial- -. raolrf Ty sunsorr la - We Sard, i--e 1- - r tmc corafa dOTa --Tt ; or sot fcrimi wnw .'aralli-- of w aoc aov&'Ai am- ?af- - r -;- ft -- 7 if all f 7f,or 'a . l If Jf.n iiih i rrtr7 tv. Jr k- ,f if tittnt irifimji-..- , 1isA txffiaiMf ha;A ai"!B i"apjUr'7. f.1 vr.. 5l-n- aa nV r it a; iim 1far y i. (l a.. 1 -- PKr-o9-- ! (ir-rt''a- i flo-"!- vxi , 'StAT-- . 7'.'J . r r 7 TOl Jhr.Hll 1- 1- 'f 'OtljTi . . . n FOOD! ,i.umfc., r. Pfei''3 B hl' jiFrf Er r f nJiJf We are ati-h- or . i to a onaot ve are- - uthori-- l .3 if 7 3P. T. WILLIAMS, ' of Cr--- efl to announce ca t iare jjr W 73i3totaa if ifinainsi "w'-t--ct canrli.fate for ti WINSOX SMITH, bf Solent precinct. Tiere are at pre-- t ;a Tie ine.tnr can ifsrt .wrae fhr tame for Cerx of Ohio caadldat tor th Republican noml- fe- rtattiaj: atjraea la KeatncSry "caa aomto-ti- oa "o:3a t .a7ua raa aot, &i;r , eat c oa. " aaiioa fur Jit-ttCeaeral Pj rj o tha Peace of WonWa'T 701X Itlc to aare os Ia 70tir 'Seiirnaf ,i?a an7in ajt not-' i Ro-l- ae Majtlatf rial tnrra7, Aasjut X -- IX Genewl eossniaalr 7" WooMa't it orta a TP.e ,wmtnoaf---r trmjtom u a roiv "iltSi tor of 7,,,,r :aca-- '' T,,f7 "--- Priaury -- Uvtlou. Sat. Ausuat 2, 191- r.nxa. rioX eftaer a loaa.-i-aof ' We. are aatherized to aaaona' uq; , 'W.-t- " a!!i 47 or 1 ! til- - aaJtlaa. . . -. . -o uor-ui- is .eni iaa, SlIITH. of Hartford. Rocte ,'., a- a aru a.uthwlr.t to announce J .ntervaU all .a7 Ion. A viS sosiI-J- a. ad-u- e 3jS" for tie on condition BOU'UXU, of N;irn- - preclnKa o'eloovr la '3e afternoon. f aatloa for tie office ot'Cotaty :iirt , caadlduttf for tho Uiut.llcaa uomln.i ill ra. 7 aiwit o'..Vr, inrf vn- - f Cleric of Ohio county. txb.--st to tie 'tionor Juslliv of. tht IV-c- e, of tlio aar.n onl7 a ha..' io'ir. It in- - i mcrioa of the General Prt-a- ry Sulphur Siclur ilUlrlot Ooneral Pri a '..-- r if .rnmoA ron aai i marr -- Utlou, siat. Au.u: 2 ,VilX wra-- , ,n '- - 7wr ari7, Au?xt X MIX ;w an4 'he '.tixr tS vr i- SYMPTOMS! on- ron Xot -- .ao-w- i r7 iat w to orir rtIa--. -r of the 3artau eoaTatVoetw to ja-i- l . refae or rhe eaicala of for jarieat 13.--I ao to of rJiemj'rfve 10 ia to arodj v te lar . ur are 7. tt-- -- te HepaUc aaots for tie-- office of County Conrt Cert tor Ohio eooaty. &MrIJ--. laja-t X 13- -i y -- fBCD)0GT."D. aat or eil to wt-a- ee raut. .. Ha J- - ,4, Prrs: W j- r, .;, -f irterU Sat. .U'XJt E ,or JaUN of . p.,.. Ro. DUtrict General X 1913. authorl-o- EWvU foP , aoance Drsdact. W a ,i.3ttUcaa noml- - are eon-jcsia- ., 1 3 eftiu-- a- rh ,ort ' EU-x- ih- paXJeaca reij lnf.t .'nuury tioa Sat August X WU. district. co tor ti Rput)IIa , tor Jttstiw ot t v,l0e 3aoVX, of to announcj precinct, a aomlna-o- f la Hart-tto- a. oloo- - -- eo-n- ty. ll-trl- n-- '?r, - " a lr?rn ... ct, 1 -- Iiort: '-- .,. h .?, BATH TUBS! ro 3- -1 "-- T.. r.- h- 'nlftji tvmr.ait ?.,: no'.' ai.l r!sr or rif'.ii ,rirli i ihr, r.i4f of ft .f,(r T, ,.w U rhu rf(f art .a Mvffif . h!7 contain aJ millr of nmij .(scaf-- . a r i fr.C.orli'-' A - mh .j, thi 'S'V- - ,r rmnA k lh lrth of rhi air, fvf t(l7i'..ft nil if nrj' rii l fi 'a a r.i- ar. 1 UtA, A -)f x ! -- fw,l tflat r.rtrilsAm An. j -- r thia . :i all hnl' va Jt .'! -- ooiit h ttf.tu.r. aiwl o, in mai7 If llftiV: Of Ir. a s fSr, ? 4lviiP 'R "t I ',f P y fr ' - l .. 1 1 H ! ft (, h! jarfita tf S,. rs -- fttom-oh- -i -- flM nor. t.?!l ir'. & ,t-- hr. ar- rs trl-r- Hr l tfrs-.ti.in-r thr.r,n r'.h-!- f Of foo.i unit xtn to b- - iii1 in ar.rdanr,! -I- fh th rJc,ofor'4 It i nla h Ut ttnrrv vht'. illitr . tint:r,n of Jlr. . o miiri of m.i' onl x- - ri !( fallen a h'r air! ra.. A Ponn-Ttranla r ai TH 0-- j, ryir, tK-- who trie. iv 4l-of hoiM ttam llr. m4 cfthhaid, tvtUnrM rh na'aral of a afiady l!flln- -, ftmm-tr- , If 7011 are a eonaumet-v.- . n, fy nrrtera etrtoUr oliow th . In ikaiA tft the diet; and If he rlo-tronaMeraMe U4e ut 'A prwrlhe milk ami Kca. l" another doctor, 'innrri,f.Wi, iVgilr '" a t mIa. patient ran llzt, ernrt the t L.T Of THE FAMILY. tt r.rtM'. memb-r- a of three of &r-- tola r-- Kentucky At ,t a riilt ltof - -i itein dni if tinjumptlon, all in me houM, Thr a no men-- 1 to iv thm adii.u.t car. A tjtr.-lil for hpiui, vhleh co-ha co-in- in turvfv.. (a1 Id and liv ctheri, might have Id thl- - on card prtented th th flr.t cimi Infection of th Kentucky Tub.ro.liel Comrnle-- t-. family. avd aevtral rtit, Mta' of a ?ral.a. '"" of v. it 1 if fte:a eoatSaually r th 3fo;eJ oreret--hart aiaau- -t or!t or rt unaanal Iar?e ir a. La- o- of fnwreat !a life, ir Tiofeat are rn-- te-, 1'her r.r3.11n al?3 .fh' at earrtea rhem ol with it ieian.nsf eonaurapt.oi A7 one ami the if 'Jiea- - peradtln? fnt aome weea jreafer rapMItr Th action of the aatl the rtibbia? of tie clotiea ahitiW cana the peraoa yaiMra aad waate, but I', caa .tunii him W'So ttcs.tar. Doar.eUy De- remore iime of tij u fJanernHf ?!- -! out hat afU not he thoron?hIf lone except Iti a7 Zverytiln can te jplneo' tad vater. A "ana bata wtti tie te of t can be b7 knowja? a little aoap once a week U tie ata-Imnoo'aln --1th which the akin caa do Iti (1 taier- -- nether or not 70ir itfllcf.ia -beat wor- -. Batha can well be ta ea nloaU Kentucky Tuoerculoei. Commfaelon. '' more frenuently. eepeclally If one ----u' a Treat doal of txTcii. batha ia cold water without tie aae of aoap to'igheua the body and make liable to hare cotda. Ho oae ! eer, auch hatha do not jrfr the i- - H a Prcbabl7 at ome time or other, a thorough cleana(n, and ought amooti lyyik a;enr, w trteri Vi aell m be takn br rerr delicate. eat you "a doctor boot" "rnerall7 It U people pt i under hi, heary volume, wlti th name tioa of a phyaleiaa. the rcoam tmtf Batha not of phyal.U .a. a dlaunt cities on tie cleanae the akin, but they alao tmrt I title pe.e, and a bU. iea77 price aet th blood to moving faatey. It U oa n. The eat --ill tell you that by known alao that they hare a mark Von caa a Uule atudy of It effect oa tie nervous .yitem. People' f,iJt tell aat what alia youTjtut "hat who are xceedlnjrly nerrouj or to-imedicine to at the drug atore, and can b more easily and surely Ju-- C what doaea to take. 80 you will quieted by properly administered tj doctor bill. If 70U bay the My- baths than In aay other way. For bt,ttk. you put youraelf amos that continuous mental and phyiical healti 'cUa offooU oaa whom the harper. a bath a day Is aa excellent, rule. ly f th;forI4 auk a rici. n-- f Tach tils to your children! I Ksntucky enjjer;;a!l7 of ''---- n ustoat 4HMI7 if eoaiWae - tj . ma Mhercnlr.lf--Wt-- ril7M-rta3-r&- a - iff k fa to "aioei of the anrface of tie tie f-i-f "--- apro4uJ e ree . 7t' lo-t- m Q-i- cit FOB SHERIFT. f U'e an uuhirUK to aanoul) H'e are authored to aaaouace S. jGEOUqH, M,. MAIUK)X, Sr. a can A. BRATCHEH- - aj a caaildat. for i dldata for Justlco vt ta In ti'J tie Republican nomination for aier- - j Rockpurt MuslartrlAl DUtrict. Geu to tie erai Iff of Ohio county. ab.e Aur.' KWollon, ku. August General Primary Election. Saturdar. S. hUS. Ausuat I. We ar. author!-- , t announM We are autiord to aaaounc. S. ISAM L STlVNS. ot Boaver Dam. O, KEOW.V aa a candidate tor tie a. candidate for th UpubUcaa nooi'- Republican nomination tor tit of er Datu .MajjUt.rlal District. Gener- -i fice of Sheriff of Ohio county, sub Primary KKvtlon. Sat Ausut X 1913. ject to tie Ceaeral Primary Elec -W are authority! ot announce tion. Sat, August 2. 13 IX ii. lr 2-- MEDICAL BOOKS! m ' I pa. al-t- m tt ae , Vtj C-,- Inatloa for Sheriff of General Prlcury Elec- We are. authorlted to aaaounee S. to X 19I3.' iW. LE.VCH, route S. lieaver Dxn. -tf tgur caadldate for tie RipubHca aom- . rUUU-l.f w. -c laatloa for Justice ot the UJ U .PQIIV Peace of for tie tie Beaver. Data K. --MNNITT rv -on for Sheriff rict, Ceaeral Primary Electloa Sat ojki 10 cue. ..irea- - I -- sust 2, 1913. i .Hi " .... f ' iwu nm)j c.- - , a.. Augu-f- ci We are authorised to announce W t.'im. ' S. DEAX, of Dundee, a candidate, for tie Republican nomlaatloa for Justice sciiopf soiRLNxe.vtiKr. r. We are aatharu ed to announce of tie Peace of the Sulphur SprloV m; Magisterial District! tirVOV tPiPU. m 9 ArHl.f-i- f General Primary -- omfjraUoa for Coua. Election, Sat. August 2. .915. ' J. irla nVM?l' ,,. .vuf., ot vratrtowi, ummi u.v.. anaooae. W.l a candidate for th KaubU.- -i noui ODORE) ASHLEY, route inatloa tor Justice ot th Peaw ot v r ay candidate tor tie Re- - tie Ceaterto-- a MAslsterUl District " awhsti-e- d to- - nMr r. ., 7I "ke-ina- -U- j sKji . , V-- V --fcttilMVB- 'VrW ZMjJ&kSm.KWtJtfii,;:x ifr ;. ti ' eVS3SSSSVyV,VSSS5fre HANDY SOLDER OUTFIT BULBS ARE PROFITABLE Kit Will Prove MOTOR-DRIVE- N LAWN MOWER l COURIER iWEEKtf x Many Inwn mowers of the lnrge type have for Borne time been equipped with gasoline engines as motive power, but No Investment Can Be Made That Will Most Brilliant and Gorgeous of the accompanying Illustration shows a lowering Pay Percentage of Profit Beit for Plants Are Gladioli Not the oldest not gasoline engine-drivelawn mower of Beginner to Make Hla Start Succession May Be Secured the Bmnll type, ordinarily pushed over the biggest but the With Wire. for the Summer. the lawn by the operator. STRONGEST in surThe actual mowing machine differs plus security to policy' 305 (By E. B. TUTTLR.) Any smart woman, with a bit of but little from the hand pushed device, holders. 4 Is probably no Investment ground,' near n large city, can make but attached to the handle Is a frame There the farmer can make that will pay the money growing bulbs for market. Highest ratio of aswork bearing a small air cooled engine, percentage of profit that a soldering The summer flowering bulbs require gasoline tank, Ignition device and the sets toliabilitiesamonp kit will. Reduced to Kb lowest terms little attention after planting. gears required for harnessing the powall the established life The cannn, caladlum, tuberous-root-pa Colter can be bought for 25 cents, er to the mower proper. The weight of insurance companies in begonia, dahlia and gloxinia all re- the power plant Is disposed on tbe 5 cents, solder wire 10 cents. acid It will bo better, however, io buy quire to be started in March for the America. Everything two coffers, one and f or three-quart- beet results. absolutely guaranteed. sup only vand 'Many of the beautiful pounds each, which should not No estimates. cost .more than 7C cents per pair. Us- cannas .produce both fine foliage and ply house Ohio River. of heating while flowers. ing two one fan be In starting bulbs to be used for the other Is In use. We a full line of first-clas- s should carry a guaranThe acid Is muriatic in which dis- hedges, use long, narrow boxes, allowsolve a little zinc. For the beginner ing for only one row, and when ready teed policy in probably H will be found handier to to transplant, pull the boxes .apart strong company. Use the solder in the form of a wire, and slip out the bulbs without' disturbthough later a bar will be found to ing the roots. AND FEEDS. POULTRY Many of our bulbs can be planted In be convenient. ' W.R.IIEDRICK. - Hartford. Having secured the outfit the first the open ground. thing is to '"tin" the point. To do The most brilliant and gorgeous of A. S. TANNER, - Owensboro. Write for . bulbs are the this file the beveled surfaces down our summer-flowerin. bright and heat In the stove (gas, gladioli, and these should be planted : : gasoline, wood or coal) until It is hot out in the garden at intervals of two weeks from the middle of April until enough to melt the solder. Then with a small, flat stick smear the middle of July, thus securing a the surfaces with the acid and rub succession of bloom for tbe most of HAVE YOUR SUITS the summer. the end of the solder over them. Small Lawn Mower. y The tuberose and tlgredla are both get the If it docB not bulbs that frame In such a manner as to be balcoffer hotter. After tinning the point beautiful summer-flowerintry not to get It so' hot it will burn can be planted where they are to anced in respect to the center of gravT ity of the mowing mechanism. off; In case you do, however, retln by grow. In buying bulbs it is true economy The operator walks behind the mai the same process. If the tinning Is not on the solder to buy the best, securing them of flor- chine, grasping the handle In the same DyeRepairing will not pick up solder nor melt it ists who have them In proper Btorage. manner as If he really bad to push It. ing flowering period may be hast- All that Is required of him is to keep Their freely. VANDERB1LT TIAUUNG SCHOOL FOR BOYS For a starter let us try a leaky pan. ened or retarded at will, thus timed it balanced and control the engine. given Ladies Sandpaper, or scrape clean around the for special occasions or for a succesThe Principals have conducted a preparatory school for the ' m hole and smear with acid. Take the sion. The chief reliance for this purpose, ELIMINATION OF BIG VALUE past 11 years. Students trained by them have taken the follow- coffer properly heated and set the Hats Cleaned point on the hole, applying the solder. either in professional or amateur culing honors at Vanderbift University; Entrance Prize in Mathe-- B Watch and see it run freely (you can ture, centers in the various classes of Sufficient Attention Not Given to CatRepaired. matics, English, and History in 1906; Membership fn Phi BtHa, ting Out Process for Betterment tell at one if it fuses properly) and hyacinths and narcissus, and the list Kappa (scholarship fraternity4) in 1909; Founder's Medal in of Farm Products. Work called Is being yearly extended by new variremove the coffer. Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good Wk , ' If the coffer gets cold take the other eties. (By A. O. CHOATE, Illinois) Bulbs should have a rich, mellow ess one which should also be in the fire. records in other colleges. The road to much of the comparat Club $1.00 .The work stay be done equally well soil of garden loam, sand and fertiSPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHIUSTIAN INFLUENCES. , A lizer. This soil should be prepared tive perfection in live stock, etc , leads inside the pan. place for young boys. through elimination. safe If the hole is too large cut a small some time before, as fresh fertilizer Uy the elimination of weeds 'of InBoarding patronage doubled under present management. 1 piece of tin and put over the hole, causes rapid and unhealthy growth Hartford Pressing Gliib, terior specimens, in the thinning of having first used the acid oa both and often decay. Write to Principals for catalogue. It is important that your bulbs poor seed and poor plants in planting patch and pan. Put, the coffer on top 'away with most of the chances Y. M. C. A. BLDG., of the patch and when sufficiently bot should be planted as Boon as possible we do run tbe end of the solder wire around after they are received, as the mois- of failure and the production of rub- 1 HARTFORD, KY. the patch. It should melt readily. ture which they contain evaporates bish.' I Hold with the coffer or stick un- rapidly, and with it goes much "of icientbelieve we have not given suffattention to this elimination their vitality. til Use solder runs. la planting tbe bulbs see that both process for the betterment of our This briefly, is the problem of soldering. Other, applications will be ends of the bulbs are sound. If ei- stock and crops. This year, for instance, I have found 'readily solved once one is familiar ther end Is unsound the bulbs will that the elimination of poor seed ponot grow, as the plant sprouts-'ffowith the tools." anVCURP LUKCS Most metals can be soldered, not, one end and the roots from the other. tatoes and of course selection of good seeds in their places, has increased however, cast iron or aluminum. In my potato crop fully 20 per cent tbe case of galvanized iron or sine, MAKE GATE SERVICEABLE WITH When we carry this same principle v ase muriatic acid straight. As more of elimination Into other lines of akin is acquired you will be able to One That Has Been In Use for Several farming, and disposed of the scrub pick up solder on the pofht of. the Years Shown In Illustration and hens that barely lay 75 eggs a year, coffer when you can buy solder by the Never Sagged. and the cow that gives but little, or poor milk, the unprofitable mongrels I 00. gate that has, been in or no particular breed of stock, then, We have a WORKING THE LISTED CORN use for; several years and has never and not until then, will be be on the ANBAU THROAT AND HJHflTHOJlBtES. sagged or given any trouble, writes road to a more satisfactory outcome GUARANTEED 8AXZSVA0T0KH Sled Shown In Illustration May Be W. E. White in Farmers Mall and generally and soon see- - loss turned to os BEETrVDEo. 'Used fori First Time Over-Us-eful Breeze. Boards the same size were profit fl 1 r( and Practical. used for all parts of tbe gate, put together with nails and the nails clinch8ummer Feed Experiments. " ed. No. 9 galvanized wire is looped The illustration shows a home-madThe animal husbandry department sled which we use for working listed at the corners and run double to the of the University of Illinois is feedcorn the first time over. The runners ing 75 'steers experimentally in dry are of .2 toy 8 iplank, six feet long. They, lot Ten breeding heifers are beare placed eight Inches apart and a ing carried through the summer in LauisviK, Kv. HENRY WATERSON, Editor solid floor nailed over them. The floor dry lot on silage and cotton-seeis wide enough to reach to the middle " meal. of tbe ridge on each side. Six 2 by 4's There are also 30 head of breeding heifers being carried through on pas ' ture; one' lot on blue grass alone, c 'COURIER-JOURNA- L Vv ' Mil lUlssir H. .ItssU- -. . one lot on clover alone, and another M -- - 'i-- . 7M 4 I.IM on blue grass supplemented with '"wr z ; silage. The object of the summer - AND experiment is to obtain a comparit son between blue grass pasture alone, Eym clover pasture alone and blue grass Nothing is rnoro Important in Serviceable Gate. pasture supplemented with silage for the home than clear, steady llsnt Insure this by getting bottom, passing each side of tbe boards breeding heifers. tbe oil that burns clear ana and twisted tight in the open spaces. clean without a flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania Clean Feed for Horses. Gate fastens to a heavy post with strap crude oil rellned to perfection. .. hinges. Don't feed dirty grain to your n Costs no more than the horses. The dust, weed seeds and kind saves iMONBY- -. Sled for Listed Corn. eaves WORK saves eyes. , foreign matter In the grain is other Fertilizing Apple Trees. Tour dealer has SOL.1TQ nil. in barrels direct Irom our A Maine are then Bailed from the base of the farmer orchardlst had disagreeable to the animals and inworn. runners to the outer edge of the floor several apple trees along a stone jurious. . Use a sieve to measure the grain on either side. These are placed In a wall. The tree were not considered Chis. Sloll Oil position at right angles with each oth- of much Value until the owner and give it a few shakes to allow the Lealsvflle, Ky. er, says a writer in the Denver Weekly plowed the field for a crop, fertlllz dirt and seeds to fall out before feedRefinery at TVarrea, T. Post. This sled can be made in a lng it 'heavily and giving It liberal ing. Some pour water over tbe gralu Courier-Journ- al (W sn the celebrated "Ho in the sieve or dip the sieve of grain few minutes and you will find it both cultivation. , Carn" Auto Oil. The trees got their share of the In a bucket or tub of water a few useful and practical. benefit and produced apples last year times. This Is a good plan, as it reProtect From Files. worth $285. Another old neglected moves' all dust and smut. The feed THK Remember that It takes as much Baldwin tree was plowed and fertil- boxes are kept cleans by treating j-f- .j dj7vach i cvvmo energy and feed to fight files a it ized, and it responded with a crop of the grain in this way before feeding. " 1 1 1 r T does to grow a calf. Then will it not applej that sold for more than all MACHINK courier-journa- l, comDi- Oegrees of- - Lumpy Jaw. pay to cut out the flies by giving the the corn raised on the acre of ground OF . There Is an unnecessary prejudice calves access to a dark stable or shed, whete the trees stood. QUALITY against lumpy-Jacattle, according and also apply a little "fly dope." to Dr. M. H. Reynolds of tbe Ulnae-- , You may Vest assured that they will Should Net Worry Sheep. sota station. Considerable percentage grow and lay on ilesh twiee as fast Sometimes sheep get so fearful of NOT frera now on if they, are' afforded a dogs that they Will start up and run of these cases are passed by governSOLD means of thus protecting themselves the moment a man or other object ment Inspectors as fit tor food purthan they otherwise eoUId'posslbly'do. comes among them, No flock of poses. Only the very bad cases, es- UNDER ANY pecially those where the disease af sheep that Is as worried ever fects several organs' or parts of' the OTHER Bush Fruit Easy to Raise. can do well. The very thought of beNAME. body, are 'condemned. Blackberries and raspberries will ing chased takes-awa- y from their useany 'soil and under fulness, and sooner or later It will thrive on almost Planting for Futura. WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. a variety of condition. It is compar- ruin the fold! When plantlac tress oa the lawn It atively easy to propagate them, so Uyou purchase the NKSUOME you will Is well to consider the future, aad net have a life asset a t the prfce you pay, and! will there Is little 'excuse fornot havHarness for Backing. plant trees too dose together, Thea not have an endlthalB of repair. ' ing a small garden patch of this line If your teamsiare to be used much ' la bandlUg heavy loads where back- there will be no need of lopplnf oK -fruit. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV. ing Is necessary used a harness with limbs or bavin shade so dense that ' Bad Prsctlets. very wide and heavy breeching, It grass'won't grow. r- -j Too much forcing' la a young pig hi will add to the horse's confidence and Handicap In Scaly Leg. sure to eause a breakinodowa in the his backing power. , , Heas aCMcted with sealy 'leg canfeet; aad too j free a' use of com is1 apt " fct Mv tthtt (n W hU.' hi tM !' BOOKKEEPING to produce 'the same result Cheapest' not possibly give tbe best service la . Fresh 'Air and Sunshine. M th knt .SSMfM tk l4 egg production, and1 rough shanks Fresh air and sunshine are Impor" V V I WL , In Hoge. s ,. TELEGRAPHY Mistakes Mistake feeding are costly, tant as well as food. Hens kept In a look bad. tobuy In pig close, stuffy house without sufficient I i Avoid Disturbance. la the short IJfe of tbe plgtbere Is lit- air and sunshine never lay tbe mazi If you want a sewlor machine, vrite tar. . Keep dogs and strangers away from hss'cO Cntt , ftfwr rttm asH M.nMini hm yatn of xssriMc la rcsatll tle time'to'eorrect'mlstakes. mum number of eggs, or latest catalogue btforevoGpunhise.' ' " "' ' imiau.j the flock. nu twain ctfmm rt t Summer-F- LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply: Co. . , Profitable to Practical Farmers. All Very Little, Attention Is Required After Planting. . Small Machine, Operated by Means of Gacollne Engine, Differs Little From Hand Device. Security Life Insurance Co. East Market Street LOUISVILLE, KY. original poultry south the d The one-hal- dark-colore- d keep this SUPPLIES Price List. m02Al iii" melt-freel- SEND YOUR BOY TO Cleaned s Pressed MatHeiney6i?BQtts 5 g KJJJv and neatly done. work special attention. and delivered. month. for and rate per S 5 .55 111 E do-win JOURNAL ! KILL the COUCH For 1913. j. iL You can not keep posted on current .events unless, you read the . - King' New Discovery xorax I nvC&8P.tfafi COURIER- - JOURNAL e MH!U1 Save I -Z1 J Ai zfz: V MR i'l'i sNir theLmmpOillhmt : HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for - tanfr-waeo- $'1.5 O. C C. Begular ptice of Weekly $1.00 a yedr. We can also laic ji vMianc a " ounaay in nation vith. this paper. ' t NEW To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must' Be Sent to Us, Not to CourterrJournal. as-thi- HOME & tl4.'f 4 uaiiL". ttMMma WswB"li b An. yWgJgSt I t, t'. i.t fr V i fi 11 MMMM4MM MiliSMW- - ... jiwitiBBawomwrtsraSCear''SrtSE!,r nZOTIRVw. rtvw3awir? 'Wi.a1rfc.t- i tf - J, JfT.., i I I r. f "" r museum at the Bo$on Navy Yard. le posslb,e a ' SAVING OUR and by her pesent function IllusHO wasted oa fertilizers. trates'' the ideal disposition for nil of At early as December 1, nil things ' Vt - tc.W . ... t -the old vessels. eBrTM iiM(wii.f, ba w at lV " right, 1 break my land for corn, with Kj u a.t.3 ntltt r ct tk tcvtd The, Portsmouth, e an old wooden j ylow, deep as possible, b ,rlt sailing ussel which has lately been lalng off rows 5 feet wide with tnld- In use by the Initcd Stales .Marine bedding. I harrow It C M. EARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER Jdle buster and now nt Touring tie winter 11 1 get a cnanw, Will EDITORS Restore History Making Hospital Sen Ice, and isVa., could the nay jarJ at .Norfolk, be and the early part of Marcn 1 throw so restored for the sum of $25,000 the water furrow to two furrows Intoplow, rrakfng a low, Naval Address all communications hat her life would be prolonged with single turn The Hartford Republican. If she were anchored in flat seed bed below the leel, lealng placid waters or moored to a dock a high balk between. 9NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERBut the people of California nre I usually plant then as soon as I Spanish War Steel Vessels Detes8inw ?" gets dry' U .strongly urging Congress to expend) ? Upward of SlOo.OvO in order to so reriorate More Rapidly Than behind a enough, using a planter twU store the Portsmouth that she will I U planter opening. , small harrow; the r,LadtJ ntMrtit m Wooden Vessels. i ...t 'dropping and coerlng at one going. 'be caiuible of a oagc to San Fran tx m rMt to aUiU j s!de harrow, or Aicrraotf Cisco In time for the opening of the Nq fer.j,Uer as y UUMUl. Panama-Pacific sweep It If necessary to keep weed! Exoltlon. once or twice until it is knee. Vncle Sam Is at leant to i.oJcp siens1 "Hie explanation of this Interest down, 3 high, and thin to one stalk IS inches. to restore and preserve a number of ,n xiie Portsmouth on the iart of the" Me&ffii 3ir--x I apart. Not much thinning is needed, u,, ..v wnrahin. nwd mft mH-. - residents of the Pacific Coast Is ...-.jy vuu 'ounu in tne fact thai it was this and this Is done two rows at a tune .rnn.,i.,A . -- . &' .s. FRIDAY, Jl'LY 25. e sloop of war Portsmouth .v with --.he hand. f nf en, ' wWsn WRS hip high. cvents ln "When between knee and the flnt naval vessel thut history of the republic. unfurled Zverybody In Kentucky has a right I apply 300 pounds of a home-mixe- d 5ome folks who j leen undcJ. ,be c,oMc'n G the American flag at the San .Francisco, and it equal parts, cottonseed impion that these precious me-to interpret the wonderful primary fertilizer, U Jfilrtd lo nave the historic kainit and acid phosphate, per laentoeg j htp( suit himself, ln no two ooun-'mca- l, bow, duIr safeguarded law to only serve as an exhibit at thej tie have the Judges held the same acre, on one side of each row, and M Js rath. not niay tnln). forthcoming exiosition. but also be! plow, appljlng the same amount at er R Jate dav to prorlde for opinion. lor. I the next plowing on the other side, JetuaUon of'our niost valuable object aDchred permanently ln San Fran- ., ls Cisco Bay as a constant lesson in Under the head, "Baby's Cradle-- ' and at Intervals of about 10 days, it ln m Ir.0.lw. And Editor Matthews of the Herald, this js plowed very shallow out and out Jn fact but 5,,31 tx pairiottsm. .n important feature of-' - TOB a cuiuvator until iaia oy. 1. the scheme is that w hlch contemweess issue, nas a spienuiu iDONT YOU THINK WE KNOW OlR. &V J.janatjons ot this tardiness. Jooes in southern Farming. al which no one can read without ToT h- nchtlnc. it is nniv Twntlv pUtes that the Portsmouth, en route being benefiued, or without feeling the Ilrrt csseM " WELL, WE DO. WE KNOW BETTER. that the most famous of these time"- - ,0 Frlsco TXTa ?mmHm CLmJJ bAMa a heaviness near the heart strings. ndgctdiucis ouuuiunuicai. honored HghUng shins became so to pass through the new Panama -It is well that the manufacturers soreJy in ne?d of wpa,re lha: ,t ,s Canal. THAN TO JELL POOR GOOP AT ANY PRICE. v1 It is announced that alUeal b0fOre ConpTCSS aad 1"- - evident that something must be done Coincident with the :heme for H,,Jdld for m will place aw ,.& VmlTl .Antk. year the respon- - to save the historic hulls. So long as saving the nation's historic warships IF YOU WANT TO GET THE 5E.ST COME To ' ''les:' J4.00. There seems to be no chanc slbUity cf the effects of the Under- - ,v .va therehas been launched by a number . for ii to get higher unaer ue .mc- - wood TariH bln whre u offMaia VS. WE WANT TO GET THE &EJT GooDJ, Gov. Beck- - There ls no pros-xx-- s adminlstraUon. Crearj" that their ap-- uaauuauwj TCiiitu ruits Kuifixuira nf tf- c- .,-,- - .' iwm-vmm v..v ., in . ham told us lour years, aco that we uU1 hae any efftv oif a body as well as individuals AND WE WANT To GET THE BEJTCUJToM-ER- J, slowed the perpetuating the names of some of might exxec: high taxes and low committed to Free-Trad- e, , . .. . ynn, th-- t . but it will .ovo .m- Khool per capita unuer place on this body odium that will .... , ...tut BUT WE DON'T To GET THE BE.ST .. - 'oiit nf Tt.ni it u nmivj ih.t Creary, as indicated by his " r necessaily attach to the passage of memorable names of gone but not of ,h, country and treasunng up all OUR CUJTOMERJ, BECAUJE THAT a dministrat ion. sue, a measure lor use od.ci oi tne mannr 'of hUtoric relics but civinc forgotten warships shall be bestowed ibill is to bring into this country -- r . . u uic lauumt, ' THE WAY TO KEEP CUJToMERJ. WE"LL J?,, v- - mr TV.mtvTn5 friends goods of COmpe" m 0re lBn ,nake, our modern navy. This has intererting of all the souvenirs. bkn : OWn l,WP,e- - and thu of l GIVE YOU THE FULLEST VALUE FOR YOUR aS the republic's development to the ready been done to some extent. The Pric,do- - ll ls that smus fcatUeship ware is the sixth of ou?LS word - m- ' :tn the fcxredgn products brought here wll GOOD HARD EARNED MONEY. her ru the armoured cruiser rimi roe Doctrine. Now comes 1 the Wilson displace an equal amount of Americ- Washington, the fifth; and the battle- whj. now NbJMt j 3ryan administration and 'aa taade goods and will uke that come a matter of serious consider- - sn,P tvearsargc, toe secono. But not for Nicargua and much labor protectorate a from American workmen. -,s 7 " 'Oniy very meir J names are" in -- " outline what many persons believe (0od8 d V benefit employment appro- raTapes of time have be- to be a scheme for the taUng over ,the American buyer but they can on- manifest ,a certain modern ?priate to their history. For instance, of all South America and Mexico ly injure and destroy the American -namesake of the hri, lt ,. .wi-.-v- t. vniH k the prseent-da- v under our protecting wing. Surely laborer. hv i t Rsnrpr. which w&ji nusminitnl things have changed since Betsy died. This will be the cause of the pinch, -- t . thp Att.hit, arrr,irf John Paul Jones, is merely a school- You cannot hurt the manufacturer ,,-- . ,heship. If this project is fully carried nfrai1f, ,n..loa.ir The 1. C Railroad from Louisville ""ase-eame- r. and Sjunish-Americ- a y exjct to see on the nwar. notably to Memphis is rapidly gaining a repu , T1?Bt WaIns INCORPORATED. jraB " er many years -- ureaa" 5"u fflrial Dewey's flagship. These ves-.sbad wrecks. The one at.T T tation for f ipj oj new aavy inaushts,- or more likely super-Drea- d Xelon last Sunday . came near being, "cuu-t- a Lruou,e .oreiga oompeuuon. jis. . ,.. . - . ms nnins 01 nnnr." m penect siaugater lor xne passengers, "i re 01 moca. mare recenx tutie inn 'naughts, bearing the. names of the V TKt. fni w.l. VI.. i vibu. max g oj UOoden "ships of the line""4011 u omme Kicnarxi. the consutu-- , and it seemed more good luck than. more jom tne worn- - wnich ordinarily come t omind when "on. the Alfred Uhe first veasel to nf n Kalf hundred ' innWnr 1u iTea. fc, nnabers and we speak uy ue lODtlDenial xlaz). the Colum-- i w- -. r ,eitrvr4r-,t--xi- rt people were not killed outright. ToSJ11111 .. ,.t t 1. ,wi hosts They should swarm the halls of as it hjL3ia e$m1 h!mi rirtrrinr-- 1 bus. Congress, Franklin. Lexington thai ou cacn sit in the second car.Congress aad in a vigorous manner aie much more raDidly than do wood- - Niagara anfl the United States; the! of such an in- - ea cj jlauer like tMe Constellation, having! H and generally see the engine froml?"" "e J,- &U1K In 1TS7. At present is neany mnesy 1hxt the buier-da- y the window. Notwiihstandin metal warriors , e the r .1 uuulu"rau j aracje. tv- o. .. A ...t.. . "" sllow a pressing need of preserva- - :!. fact their fast trains are driven at a , icuira run au uauiesoip I ladastry must in Ure measures just at the time that shall be named after the states of the! ckless speed, regardless of conse- - u(l blo,r tisiei For MtfTMnr Mm EtmUUhi 1854 .eviahly hit the industrial worker. q soences. of old are making Union, but .it ls believed that the Standard preparatory aad college coarses leading to literary and -and hit him hard. And. when this J themselves especially apparent in the presert is a particularly good time scientific degrees. Well equipped business department. Strong r tony waicn nas oone 4 woodea vessels, some of them to change this for, aside from the It as announced that Millionaire J. him faculty. Healthful and moral surroundings. No saloons. Camthe injudy will feel the effects haUt considerbaly more than a cn-o- f arousal of patriotic spirit and interK. Camden will shortly announce hts pus of thirty acres; four large buildings. Athletic park and his mighty displeasure. Tease- - turj. ago est In the old came, there Is the candidacy for the Democratic nominagymnasium. Steam heat. New and complete saaitary system. circumstances that the nary has i q tzKm tion for United States Senator at a well )Va.( RepubUcan. Boarding superintended by President. Tuition and 32Sj6Q'. barbecue, to be given by him-el- f. crepitnde of these veteran fighting about exhausted the list of stae ., .board at aodftrate'eosi.' - Addraa for caUlogac: ad with little prospect that By the time this barbecue comes vrgdHizing xat ranners. craft there is another factor which I0 H. G. UOWnELL. r--at. r W. E. FAMUI. ijaviason county. N. C, has an ag- - has lately ben injected off. the Wilson administration will Into the any more sates win come into inei uisawxrajx. wmjerr i with head- -' situation and which makes the ques-poo- d Union for some time to come. doubtless have the rank and file in ricultural organisation condition for this special appeal Quarters at the county seat in Lex- - tion of the preservation of these old to the appetite. In mentioning M". inston. Local associations have bees timers, a legislative, we might also Dysentery is alwajs serious and wa elected seTeUry t treasurer to Camden's probable candidacy, certain formed at evtry one of 20 different say a political, issue. This added ln- - often a dangerous disease, but it succeed Rosenblatt, who will irate Deaaocratic papers assert that he has points in the county. At Holly Grove flneoce- - is due to certain laws which can be cared. Chamberlain's Colic, this city soon. The work of Managvr been of "valuable assistance" to he Is to be found the real reason and have been fSssed by Congress in Cnolera and Diarrhoea Remedy has'Z Caaehler was Indorsed by a unani.party for several years. A hint to the exciting cause for the "better farm- - order to guide the Secretary of the cured BAMkfJl Btye. ' it even when malignant 'and mous rote. Ing tour" of the Davidson county agHNavj- - in the administration of his wise is no doubt sufficient. cjjjucauc ror saie oy au oeaiers. m ricultural Nassociation with its twice department of the national Eovem-an- d If yet) are a housewfe yoj cannot Certain Republicans ln the city of sometimes thrice a day speak- - meat. These laws make it incumbent reasonably how to be health or Notic& Louisville forgot themselves so far ings and dally corn shows, held in. upon the head of the navy depart- beautiful by mashing dishes, sweep1st to try to interfere with a numbsfc storehouses. churches, schoolhouses. ment ot sell any and all useless and Notice, Is hereby given that on Monj ing and dotng housework ami oj caacuaates t.ore the Progressive old buildings, fra- - obsoltee vessels when the esmuiad day. August i. litis, the said date be- Hartford and Pleasant Ridge will crawling into bed dead all day, tired at night. primary. They employed attorneys ternity halls. vtz houses, and at cost of their reparis ase in excess of Ing Eaat-En- d park here tomor- - You must get out into the open air the time on which the regular play at . ...isu. ... v.. immw cross roacs unaer spreading oak trees 10 per cent for voodin teasels and term of the Ohio County Court will row afternoon. Johnson, the fast aad sunlight. If you do this eery and others and attacked the legality says a writer in Southern Farming. per cent for iron d esself be held, the undersigned will pethion Daviess county pitcher, will do the day and keep jour stomach and s candidates In 15U0 somt n progress- - of the estimated cost of a new the Ohio County Court atd Judge twirling for Pleasant Ridge, aad , or P15005 of in good1 order by taking Qhanibr-lai-Clerk and Sheriff. The result up ive spirits formed themselves into a of the same site and l'fc material, thereof to discontinue a wirtion of I Tablets when needed, jou 10 tne present urne is the Repab- - union called the Davidson county To illustrate how thU restriction the Point Pleasant public-roaand Hartford. should becoaae both healthy ami tag agncurcuraj associa- - ouw wok out in tne ctse or several ,to alter and change said road asfol " " " beautiful. For sale b all dealers, adt. own candidates tor these offkvs tion. Was this organization formed of the vessels which it is most ur- .0.3.1. In a hotly contested game Graham ' lo oola TOrn ana tau boost the gently des.'red to save, it may be cltBeginning in the Hartford and defeated Taylor Ulaes at the latter other Probable disastrous results. The price? ,Vo Mtke Market1 merchMM v UnJ,t 6tP&lnt PlfASxnt Uw lhat uakr near place Sunday afternoon, score 11 to Arab Feed U th xltaUa. B aWih 'a else- - expenditure on the famous old a!pDoward Tichenor. residence; thence nston as f- iXs4 rrf rh -- ?7. The features of the were the lFed 0 lB i? unere. vtas tne Price of cotton too Constellation would 1 f 40.OM1. OnluKtii.TKf an. Caatalns nv . of A. work of Brown, aa4 the featilaa- - of creaalas or any foreign orthlv: association formed the Portsmouth $2200 would be the' H. Tichenor distance of about 100 the Graham team, aad the flaeorV. V Jow- business fftvl primary . let the 10 rtif (lnirn . .... ..a . rt otertaL OenaUts ot whole oalf. .k.. , mc;)w--a- c -- - n6uac,. -- nA .k.. i. .a. scnu wiwu .w ano iniervocung ..ne puouc of Held. Taylor Mlaea was bady-cH-plother fellows conduct their end o I' Pri0e oi cott0a cracked corn, alfalfa and tnolassfy n TT satis- - the ease of Admiral Dewey's old flag-- 1 road that connect the Hartford aad r,i-fS. oe account ef Petera being callA sh f paaada is ' W full rakoa for . !) " atem- - W lt the O1?05 Point Pleasant public road mkh the. ed tractTaoBie, aad Blackturn berag -n . who do nobr certain haras at haad work twelve iounds Ceotertoim aad Elk- Creek public hart aad set able tivUy ate usual aUjr. AJtebst all other alfalfa road, at a point sear the saw mUl'goed same. Graham was on ot the OM hare been awfully 'iulLe t0T aon ' v 7 be sufneient to put the craft site oa said public road aad to dis- hardest hitting teams that Taylor feed takes 1 pounds daily. Arab " a.aUowed f,ir Is cheaper than corn and oat t,Bie1' whJch of 'them thought in tadurtng from for the benefit of continue that portion ef the Hartford Mines has -i,s ,. ,k ctis year. Bshor aJaae, D,ar3' aad will reduce your hay bill on1- - 'ki-futare Srations. pvfcMc road from ice . aad Point Pleasant . L oarv. or some 'a:lcr Mlaea Blackhwxt. tirewa . Don't take my nroi tireaeat . . concerns pri tbt beginning' of said change to the aid Flat.-- Grahaca, .Miller aadT at feast ohe-hal- f. ive actuated these men ln lie.,mdJ The .- V..i-- v ln bust rnM--f asd .tv. jiaovessent marily the rehabilitation of the Cos IntersectiOB of said connecting roa-- I Davis. Umplrs Heary Mania. wfc6 word for Ittry one bar and bo w. i i.w mi oaavtacad. For aale hy W. E. El- object of the aasodatloa waa ateuauoa. net Fortsssouth aad the with the Hartford aad Point Pleas gave atsaaat aaussacuea to y gi. the plajr-er- s II. Prodvce to arouse interest idosf th tmrm. OCympia. With these easeto pern-acsU- y ant public toad. Merchant. .Hartford. aad faaa. . Ksatucky. , v provided for. Uncle Sana H lt acaatle for ereit E. BROWN, COT! Watt. KlCeHuL ,lng more com. wheat aad otter feed of steaentoes of rittmj os p. ,tx;hnob. j. play; Taj ter."XliB Saa-asaawiU soy sou a ugat and sandy, with a 'and feed product per ate high aeaa woajd be cre. JUtictU Water Imts. W. JC TXTHENOK, aay aneraaaa at jellow clay subsoil. Now this means take ad vantage of the most aad thus roan lute. Heading the STpopa-la- r exoaUeaC C. iL TrCHKNOR, list., Pwwm rha hra'hydiwu must as ordinary thin, sandy land, where market which had quietly, tot sorely. iatertst, perhai. Is tic HaHpafd. J. M. STEARStAN;v Mtvattach hose aad leave water --Oa accoaa( of the late arrival ef raaalag Mft uj rsaoi at taeir own rtnon Adalral Farraguta fasioas flaajamip. J. E. BENNETT, ever klrtL aad taejr are not c sifioa entirelr for sat mow vih . .- aesss of. the, outfit of the Hartfoill allow . m r 00 ine zooveme3t i This resael is yet In active service. W. F. COTTMAX. to aaait to waief aardens. planted. Corn should not be and the ajriiation t aad. valeh aad eesa ovarlsok-e- d Wa r doing dty as a station afcie at the la eosspUasce with Chapter 119 of teaaa. were takes e 6saliml CRy want evryoedy to have plenty isade. aad will sot be made this way auxiliary association was forsaed la Charleston Navy Tard. and la a re the Acta ef the Geaeml Aswan My aad f atr, aad it u aet fair to tbtf as sees, as we get educated to reu-JHoGrove, township. Perhaps the port aubsaittad to the Tnirtsry of,jet Keatacky. I aeraay publish the la aa aatesjoWleT aad" by the taws Wa l0 ed or bear eed of pip the auto party aarirei the CUatatt Mm,u bs ttac vpUatiac legtmies aad raising worst roads in the conatr la 110 the Nary a short. Use mMtMA fet ia f U laJV?av? abik oft frbmt.'klM water . lire- stock. I made 200 buafcato were to be fmn te'tetdacrsady to .u ed that aa iarastlaatioa W wwmmmmut MassMt niish,saajilliv t Ihe eeWat . . WV WlUitJ, A y them N. catch they. are the Lsar 00 locr acres on. wascn H.-this afeJr ean. with fi tacky. JO. there was,'e sjasse eeiwwaatiata mC U taak. UaUes pseeas st- iTiCAnuj- YtrA apf41ed S10 .worthiof fertllitir Hatlaard rcsttirs, be heat la bar bktw, oai cseuy I to Uslr eydraau aad ? thtu aaCIsaeaa Saaaay. uaiaoraojc wcatner. J.urove toraatin "for ISM ."( . ce&dttea alaaaat iadafialuly. r0 a abU be caki-- " JIX vrw - kr tan a mu mibbiKi arvna &jara aa aavt nia m a "JW OW bbibU v pBba vi&ia Bode by J CoaatltMiIeE, another old skip of the to abut 1 water- set iwrhererer waarea iiaaled thick enoci for MO'aay adalt faraier la th line, etrtaialr worthr a At a setiaaT ef the Hertford ball taU U.aeWte. la this JtetMstfully. ..fcafeti, with 9. oxsKii or exxrest wtt aero FancJxg. te aerrtsf as Oaating . teaaa Weeeceday aiflai' C 0. Auattr -- - Hartford Republican.,1'. I '""l" ..L. H.-fo- two-hon- JARSHIPS Craft '-- J?Zi:'z.:'Z ftn;t it r:rtl ed j rriPiteirs. ..... ,.. ,, -- ,. - mir .ii,,,,,. self-sam- THAT&UJMOULPrCEoW, Come and SEE &Wfirk nun.- S.rnr LOWrJT V .. zv iJtUL i, tit ve Keep the PRICED DOVN INEJJ? ijLg -- '': "OF" IJN'T ; J ,55. .t.i. - .., pj ..... ... -v- vr. ,, ,, ,,.t inc .- .. fr n.i al-J- m SicSriv LurieSotrnal.011 Jf li T " ,Mw , ',,,,,,,,,,, I"11 ,ltm " 2,, ,,. umuim. ,.i... o, CARSON & CO; Hartford, Kentucky. , Ad-'O- ot -. , '" eutus "" lies aty - 11 gtj 1 ... 1 this-JU"wu- "' ,. ir iac .,. ... . ae Apt BETHEL COLLEGE 4epartet. u-- phj-sjo- d. 1 I -- pflve half-doie- t sp tx-e- n' d io 'w" J FiintFa4 !Ll! ui "b ff mr .,, hi v-- lon cT trJ am M uviic, ed W Vk?i" fr , fnre - nJfirIS U j. 1 " -- " -- "" grow-rmmH- col-lecti- oa s:. u t ut ...... ir wi 1 w r-- .... f'kltaat bL "u .t.'. ..j'.ii ui mts. 'cat, inasmwi abaiHafia-we.r u a-k- a, - e' aa-aert- O-.- eV betea 1e CA8TORIA " ) Children Cry rtt nncjrus ''''V1' ' t - Kcky Uat . pe,. Co. " i -- , m rieisasatttit.. i.i. 1 '"''ajswjgeaasssaajsBayeejsaiisise m.mti lB 'ntumHuivgnfi -m lIMMM . ,."'.,; " 11 "Ii i.wiiylKnnai .. 'TSwjsaisaj j M ...,. : on at the muzzle. The stock and of woven "HAV YEZ HEARD handle of hot weapon Is straight, and fencing and barbed wire. COLLECTION wire . Inlaid withlyory. It is said to bo of Trices right. ABOUT PAT'S old Saxon workmanship. . LIKENS & ACTON, WEAPONS Among the guns and pistols U a Ky. 4 Hartford, 4str. short-barrelold Greek arm, the Company H, the' local company of stock of which Is ornamented with State Guards, arrived home yestersilver coins of ancient Greece. Anothday afternoon from their ten days From Russia Exhibited At er Interesting weaion Is a rfllo with enreinintiient lit 'MfiTillesbOro. All of gold Inlaying on tlio barrel, a padded U. S. Museum. t stock, nnd an Inscription the members report a splcndld'trlp. which reads: ".I P. St. Petersburg." it was t nm rpiulv to insure your horses. once owned by Catherine 11, of Jacks, mules and cattle against death Fifty-EigComprises. About Russia, and probably used In the any cause. from . early part of tho Eighteenth Con- B. E. U1RK1IEAD, Subjects Mainly of Or- -, tury. Agt. Ky.. Llvo Stock Ins. Co. 02tf There are several types, of pistols purchased a Types. iental Mr. J. W. Marks has In tho collection, especially kinds des lot on Clay 4re!t opposite Mr. K. A. ignated for duullng, Including models Anderson's residence, and will begin from France, Germany and Italy, all dwelling. Immediately to efcct a nlco collection of old of them richly decorated with delicate "the folneat iverl Sure ho wtk A remarkable already beon started for Work has wcaiKns secured by George Kennan, wok worthy of tho Jewelers' art, and on tho feed they do bo seHTif -- WHICH HKGINS- a concrete walk. Ellis'." There's moro. than ons irv the celebrated writer and traveler, most of them with the pomhorse a'nd cow which has been vtaiet John King, Charlie King during one of his trips, to Russia, has pon handle, or grip. Messrs. ahd Earl I'arncs started to Central recently been lent to thb National pistols ornament- happy and content ovor pnmsnder Two wheel-loc- k Sunday, and were bn fast train, Museum by Mr. Kennnn and install ed with engaved Ivory are rare cur- taken from my bins, granaries m& Cltv No. 101, Illinois Central, when It wa- ed (ri the new building of the Museum iosities. The flint-loc- k tiring apirarat- - hay lofts. Why shouldn't your join. wrecked near Nelson. They escaped The greater part of the weapons were U3 Is so arranged that after winding the fortunates? ANDCONTINl'KSTO 4 originally gathered by Prince Paskie-yfc- It up with a key, several simrkff can without Injuries. of Russia, a noted connoisseur, be' made In succession, thus enabling Mr. n. E. Leo Slmmeraian' Wfts the whom.M r. Kennan purchased the. soldier or marksman to fire 're '' hlirhnat lilildpr on the Y: M. C A.' from The Produce Merchant sale them a good many years ago. peatedly without recocklng and prim building when it was offered for are many and diverse ing. In case the gun missed fire the HARTFORD, - KEriTUeJKTT While last Friday, and It was sold to him eamplexs there of armorers' and gunsmiths' first time, a great impovement on the for $1,030. subject tdvthe ratlfisation ,,' .t work In, theolder Museum building earlier simple flintlock mechanisms. of the committee. aj. with the ordinance' exhibits, those Three othe notable articles are a and Delicacies Mr. J. S. Ford, living threejmiles, nnlrpti nm nf nnecall Interest in re body shied, a spear, and an African Substantials Jostgfhls lation to their orgllnal owners, or as southwest of Hartford, war club "secured by Lieut. E. J. Go Hand in hand, Heir barn, a road wagon, new buggy; lot of hte periods they" represent, Glave, who was on the expedition of gearing and fanning Impleumets examples of, the ant development wlth Stanley In Africa. loss of the periodB they represent. &c, by fife Thursday night. f ' about $500. No Insurance. . The collection comprises about fifty Frightful Polar Winds. FARM FOR SALE A splendid 102 eight subjects and consists mainly of blow with terrific force at the daggers, yatahahs, pistols and uns, acre farm, two miles South of and play havoc with the skin, Ky. A splendid farm and a Oriental weapons, comprising eabres, causing red, rough or sore chapped guns, hands and lips, that need Bucklen'a daggers, yataghans, pistols-anbargain. For particulars, call on BARNETT & FOSTER, all richly mounted, and some having Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes Date-Au- gust Hartford, Ky. 52tf. historic and ethnologic InteresT on ac- the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled count of the Inscriptions they bear In for also burns, bolls, Bores, Vllss Gladys Duke, who uderwent Kussian, rersian, Caucasian, Arauic, ulcers, cuts, bnjIseB and piles. Only Louslville several an oDeration in adv.. 25 cents at all druggists. 1 days since for appendicitis, arrived or Latin. The flearms antedate th use of . Sunday afternoon to spend some here Qflff hAlnnpml tO Special Train. timp with her brother:. Mr. Ramey naiwimalnn nnlia , v j- Asian, tribesmen' who were To Madlsonvllle, Ky.,,July 3lst and She stood the- trip Bpienauuy Central E. Duke. accustomed to alvlsh the greatest August 1st, account Hopkins Counand is getting along all right, f amount of decorative, art on their ty Fair: DELICACaEg SUBSTANTIALS " Dr. R. C. Dennett, who recently personal weapons; asi can be' seen Leaves Hartford, 8:30 a. m. Medical Board examtook the State from the heavy encnlstatlon In gold Cakes' ItcmL Centertown, 8:44 a. m. ination, was among those who made gold and silver, and the Jeweeld set Kronos, 8:55 a. m. 4 Ctolries-- ' Inns high grade, and he received his tings on the stocks of the pistols a Moorman, 9,: 07, a. m. certificate from the Board a few days and guns, andt he hilts and scabbards JeMyMK Rolls Bremen, 9:17 a: m. ago, and. left for Graham, Ky., where Of swods. The barels of the firethe Millport, 9:27 a. m. Fies ' he has formed a partnership. arms, and the hilts .and. scabbards Anton, 9:41 a. m'. . '1 -- ,.1 Hereafter I will sell for cash, ex- -' filpd knives are of expulsite metal Arrive' Madlsonvllle, 10:00 a. m. fiiir cept by special agreement. Will make work; served or damascend, and InReturning, leaves , Madlsonvllle, MMiMsiir M prices that will pay the trade to pay laid with gold and alive characters 6:05 p. m. Tickets will be on sale haii. aid delivery service .and recounting battles In wihich, the own cash. Cuttings out July. 29th to August 2, 1913, inclu- 1913. credit. This will enable me to give ers engaged. slve, return .limit August 4, . yoii much better prices and merchanSome especially attractive weapons, at one fare plus 25 cents for the Breai-l- s the ' , dised A. D. WHITE, ihe Turkish and Arab yataghans. round trip, minimum fare 50 cents. SB . Ky. Hartford, 5U4. which, are slightly .curved aworda.stlth 53tV- - , 4H E. MISCHKE. Agt. RfwwisV nmfl iK Tears. particularly pleasing outlines, 1r A Hero In aLlghthouse. Misses Ruth" Thomas, and gobble dlecV'at his residence near Dundeje, (o be or cniej reraang outlines, For years J. S. Donahue, So. Ice CrunSfirred origin and to be of Persian Barnard, of Madison vllle. are the Mondav nleht of heart trouble and captain, Mich., a clvll-w- ar were art. Their scabbards are marvelous Havivn. complications. Hla remains guesta of the Uk$ Rllev, keeper,' averted aw gold repousse as a lighthouse xiiui Maria AuatiB- - in we guest of burled In the Neighbors graveyard examples of silver arid FRIDAY, JULY 25. ful wrecks, but a queer lact is,( oe He leavea' a work. her Bisters? Mrs. z! Wayne Griffin Tuesday afternoon. mleht have been a wreck, himself. It LARTFORD many wife, several children and One sword .of, particular Interest Is Electric Bitters had and Mrs. Hooker Wljllams. nof prevented. othe relatives and friends to mourn that of a Russian executioner. It has E. lailroad Time Table mirs Victoria Barnard. Is visiting M. H. "They cured me or Kidney iroume W; 0. Schlemmer,;Fppw his death. a long broad curved blade ibearlhg on and chills," .he writes, "after I had her uncle and aunt, Mr. ajhd Mrs. M. rtartfoft, Inlaid -Mr Nnthnn Rosenblatt Will ClOSe one aide an Inscription of silver B. Barnard, route 3,Hartford. taken, other bo called cures for years, MARTFftRDt. t Monday In steel, "God help me to overcome without benefit add they also ImprovStefisrs. Ernest Taylor and JRonunle his store in Hartford (tomorrow., and U 4 N. Ume card effective my enemies in 'the mountains and of, ed my Bight.' Now, at seventy, am Aug. 21sL Baldwin, 6f Braver Darn, spe,nt a begin packlng.up'nextwee, and. will his stock to the HteDDees." while on the other feeling nne." or ayspepsia, iaiitBw-- rtAfifAwtAwn frtr fliAlr move the balance of Norta'!Bound due 7:19 a. . few hours in Marmora No. 112 otV'sag-sweClinton, Ind., where the Rosenblatt side Is record of campaigns against tiori, all 'atomach, liver and Kianey lug the lllnessv aaa; deatlb ' 'dally 'except Sunday. . at nff and Mrs. James San'derfer boy.Theyr gave aH Ou earn open a new store. We regret. the Caucasian mpuntalneers Jn 181. troubles, they're without equal. Try will m. to bo the guesta of that Hartford Is to lose this enter The- - handle is of plain black wood; No. 114 North Bound due i:lej p: rived and consolation possible. them. Only 50 cU. at all druggists. except Sunday. parents, Mr,, and Mrs. J. P. dally their prising firm, and wish them success the scabbard Is decorated In sliver J. C.S. Jackson, Nettle Jackson, W ra. gilt and red velvet with repousse orParents. No. 116 South Bound due 8:45 a. In their new field. Memory of Little J. Carl. Ii daily 'except Sunday". namentation. The 'Misses Riley gave a hay. ride to have Kir. Samuel Balrd, aged 891 years, 'Tls Dalnfullv grievous LOST last week, In Barretts sk Tuesday evening for their guests, 5 months and 25 days, died at hls A sabre 'having a remarkable his- our home rent and torn by the un No. 113 SouthiBound due 1:46 P- Buford voting predncta. a KsSf except Sunday. Miss Robbie Barnard and Miss uusn residence three mllee .north of Hart- tory Is one in a plain black scabbard welcome visitor' Death, and wftiie Masonic embhaa wste temnlar. Thomas', of Madlsonvllle. H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. sa ford. Tuesday morning. After funer with gold inlaying on the bands and we sadjy, mourn over our greatest charm,, with, my name engrave on Plenty of Stock Peas and. German al services conducted by Revs. Ben crossbar, bearing an inscription loss, Heaven rejoices in its richest same. Reward It returned to HartJw nett and Savllle at residence Wed- one side of the 'blade, "Pro Fide et galh.vj;Our dearest little boy J. Republican or Millet ;on band now-- 1 nesday morning at 9 o'clock, hla re pro Patrla" with theflgure of a man Carl 'iwtisori. was born April 22, LIKENS ft ACTON, T. B. BCTLi2 Mrs. John B. Wilson to quit lck' Hartford, Ky. mains were Interred In the Alexan brandishing a sword over his head; 1912, 'aid died May 18, 1913, aged Shseve; Kr Hartford" Mill Co., has River sand 44tf tf' Miss Katie Pendleton .entertained a der cemetery. Mf. Baird, better known "on the other side te the following: i2,4morithBknd 26 days. He was to aell. . was one of Ohio "Soil Deo Gloria," a coat of arms con the only child of Mr. and Mrs J. C. A Girl's Wild MldnlsjhtRM. guest few of' her friends' Wednesday even- as "Uncle Sam' Miss Beulab Moore Is the county's oldest and best .citizens. He sisting of a double headed eagle, and Jackson. To warn people of a fearful . ing In honor of Misses Ruth Thomas of the M.E. a crown, and below, "Las Deo Sem of U.e Misses Weller, of Dundee. It' Is a common practice for ua to fire In th Cstskllls a young gtrt raOs Barnard, of Madlson-vlll- e. had been a member of and Robbie Church, South, for many years and per." The blade to Inscribed on tne think- .nil uv mir nwn loved ones horseback at midnight aad savfJ Mr. Albert Oiler, "the tinner leaves a widow, five sons, ' Thomas. back with the 'following,' "Yohannes are the brightest and ' dearest, but many lives. Her 'deed was gloat at In Hartford WedBeaverTJam, was Mary Warren and Kennedy James, Hardin, Rufua and Sam Baird, Mayrschoffer Inlossay Anno 1139." Th. Mlaees. seems that all who knew Can but lives are often saved ojf am nesday. . Wednesday rrom oaedaughter, Mrs. Warren Bennett. warlike implement is consiaerea u it were, drawn to him by ihe strongest King's New Discovery In cunias HsctC ciienry. ColllriB returned Brown, of they have- oeen numerous other relatives and friends be" the most valuable piece of the en nhnmla nf IfWA. He WB8 OBly a ,Mr. Orvllle trouble, coughs and colds. wrWcfci was a pleasant caller at this o"106, eiipjita of'Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Ar- - to mourn hla, demise. It can be truly tire collection and Is irreatly prized ,V child, yet he was rapidly developing might have ended. In coaamnBfUBt mmr juvnutiy. Bald that a good citizen., has been by its owner' on account, of the anr buckle. giving every eviuemw w. ire6 pneumonia. "It cured me; or m historical and VorA left 'Wednesday n cleat date and probable Mrs. Amos Lemrabn and called to hie final rest. and lungdtsease;' wrttem Mr.i and a remarkably smart child. friends at 'connection with the Crusades. afternoon for a vtolt with 'daughter, Mlar Georgia Lemmon. of When we .remember , him la. hto W. !. Patterson,' We)Ungtoav Ttss ray Your Taxei. J Dimlee. Ateother weapon of Interest Is a unselvtoh, mood In the home wish 'after four In our faintly haul s Corydon, Ind., are the gueats of "Mr. for Uie year19i3 are now Scotch dirk once the property of a hla nlaymates and in all hts JoveUr wlta1 oMumptlon, and 1 gasaea family, of East Marlowe, of Fordsvlller Bvron Bean and Miss Julia High aess, our eyes are filled with tsars pottadsJNotblng so sure aa sarfa due and we are ready to receive member of the Seventy-Eightw the guest of Mis Nancy .Ford' Hartford. new law paused land Regiment, evidently captured rw ? lor all three and lucg rtfwsbtesc vnssr sjM our nen .peaa In ume. OwlnK to a ' gqw crlmaon clover and .zf t during the last Legislature, relative the Himalayas Aajtrkm .Such exDerlonosa and carried into free, aar- 6c and lr.00. Trial Martin will leave corn. Get .your, awo.,iiOTuiijr to- orenarinK the receipts, all taxes "peptral Miss Mawatae' Asia where, ttw as picked up cai.bnly be felt .and not uttered la sateed by all druggtot. - from, todajfor SJrlitt- witn reiuy farming implementa- Bnuisr-UH- , Will have to be paid .at the office. So by ; Prince Pasklevloo. it la an ooo peaea language, wougu we ww D. L.(D. please' call and pay your taxee ai piece" of cutlery, having a straight be resigned to' the sovereign wlU, of at Cromwell. t . A Fit Story. Dam. Ky, m mnABiiav fnr 52t3. ' t ..Beaver your earliest convenience. two-edtblade, ana 4 abort soua AlmigkySod. for 'tis He Nancy rora, W ,n Fish, T. H. BLACK, ' ready to insure your horaea, 2tf. leather I iohard (m : ttt hlack jt -- n4n -...(Cromwell where abe wUl b"y- - Tko .ww. Wish. agatnet death Sheriff Onto County. japkamiilea ahd cattle and, ornamented like the, pommel wm bleeslnga in' disguise, tyoaro.oom? Fleger, 1.., ,Qot ..- - far any cauae. niniinunaai. a. ViSKaivj a inrirn Bait, forted and rejoiced to, kiw, ttat E. Leo SlmmerBaan andv from Mrs R. t TM TImm WiuttW Tariff Tickert. alpJIfe and foxk to to bo seen on the Ortd is "i God of the Uvtte and not Winnie; let Wedmea-luWaitl iaiuihter, MIm ' LL - ' .. . . i. l' By all mean give ua free; augar, Bias, making we impieseai. BJtf. . Agt. Ky. Uve Stock' Ins. Co. the. seed ana. .jassv.wwfor Uvermore. , ,'oas,-andtwrHypu.dear, dellgtifuV Demratto .useibojli tf 'to xfivM v arllagv ta; i jfatt- BUe, , m. tre'er purposes." MakVlt Iree-J- Wat y for ;aale! 1 tfcsjigwOiwa-,Jai'tsgrewl Flight. Ii1wd Whiat. $mfc)M . aa coffee to reduee eur coat of lv-iaResresoaUUve of 4fre raa4 two-hadcall or Republican follow yw" . Then when you have crushed out heaven .W ctttasd Produce Merchant, Roam, swords of the early pari et nssslMsara been ' Mr. Z.'WYi GrittiX !& the augar lamleU and made barren the sltmteeaUOey., to ne 'wifck anstiier ae'ol its' Jewrfs sfcd J Hartrora, ny, Home, . j .to 5014 again the plantation 01 me ewuui, a.eoss handle and two,cuttln Ag, Bearer, oearer, ana y diageroualy U or. laany. daya. your boraesV I an ready to'llnjure the. Middle State and the far West Inscribed. "YJvat Zaar Fleter AlexHr, Buyi a sad. solemn, and .almost' o ?deputy for th benefit of foretojn producers, 17J.0,;' auposed lo be'rom.M'ore bWrsble ,Jhougt to know LW. maybe some kind goveramieat across ofjtoosfngea, asvUia name is encssv aaaawy uea save. sm. 11 . In the Hartford poatpiwe. wv, M(tt to mit on aa ed , seplritoi,, yet to Vwtm . a. the Uade ,,; he nareSu near Cromwell. Co. pr Agtl JCy. Xlvo'StocK IM. Buy It.BOwACfcamsssawYfc CMan. 6Jtf. tKfOti dufy to make. our sweets of we shall bjt uate4 n spirit. ,B'Thm $ IstasV- uuty iree.-i-fee-l' ' pertloaate oaatai vrand-imrev- i. .... bow to Ills, dlae wHl rlkAbn ana Dferrboea Jasssadr Per-sls- si kin Dr; Claude ttbatosfvolr. eoUseUoe,, oae iHh gold, rtlaidf -, vHeflJJI VWwb What kdifferece to- - a. Tariff most eartaia to be seeds to Hart kicte July 15twairV'P sad reeltoe that tlme'aad ths g badsJaad CaiMaauji aWlo-Wor- k ..lir.anaMn.C.P,JteO a ltoUa'addkloaal oast of. a wound. unatr la over. Boy ft ha wUl boAlBiiterttord at the l7.. . . 4; .. fcawUe and dated" 1&J0; tai"oar a t Go aloae an heal she Weekly ilorald aw f srsfsWasr'' mKii an emeraJMsr. Tk. iutoville every Tueaday as gBmKwm mm CoBBMrclal Hotel I arttlBtes . ale by all dealers. ouf Vaanks ' tov tbe fod P set just received a carload WAIT FOR FAIR'S OF mt ed BigKum I ht DOWN SALE Friday, August im'I t old-sty- le 1 h, Saturday, Aug., 9 W; E. ELLFS OUR USUAL BIG LINE OF BARGAINS WILL PREDOMINATE THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE HOUSE. far-nort- n, Dont Forget the cold-sore- s, to August 9 F9b JV F"H -- AND REMEMBER THAT IT PAYS TO TRADE tyfTH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Aiftlfi ratrAflfaiiv uiaxr m aoaetliirffl Staff ef Life I plii Hartford Republican. ain' ei-pe- ar Frtnf;Siaf BAKE1T .j ly; ; o et San-derf- . - ' - i,no dwsad-ful.eou- ugh h. u - w... l''vt?," - ar i.i '..'"T". ea j ..l i WW ifVouaany W.-.,-tti- ti" id ' t.. r"" p a, 1 g! 'os.?to,tot.rat in --ir-sU- raaUy T . r-- ' iTSSrSTB- ,- ...., jwr-t' - - ni tV t: ik..M - WWwi..tb' ciiv - to-ou- r tm-kM-- ll. lkt gre i pvp" TtJtSuiUcan. Hic. w. .,. hAtobet,. - '''p " tbt' latter 'vfrwlU, dsmsmy ti j - .. A, ;?r ,j M .'' . II r y 'T ' - H .".-- ' Plat-far- 3KUVJitii lv W " JBA8L OF THE SERPENT By A. F. BONNEY. Mollie Chnpman stood In the door-.wa- y of her ranch house homo. "Tou arc Just mad at me, Charley JlRiTfl," sho cried, " 'cause I went riding with Mr. Mclntyre." t i: "I don't just trust these tenderfcet who come browsing around in store clothes," he replied. "Jealous, ain't you?" she Jeered. "No, not Jealous," he said, low and quiet-like, "only, 1 love you" '"J love you, 1 love you,"' sho mocked. "1 don't believe you love a on earth except yourself and that brute of a pony you ride." "Of course I love Nig," he said, "and ao do you." She stared unwlnklngly at the distant mountains. Still, I love you bet-i- r than anything else in the world, Mollie. , "Jim Noman told me the same thing only yesterday. Fan-eleft her abruptly. Presently, as she worked, a voice from a near-b- y window startled her. "May I come In, Miss Mollle7" it nald. "Why, Mr. Mclntyre, where did you come from?" "Same old place," laconically. "And what brought you here?" innocently. "Same old thing no I mean er the same " "Your horse?" Ignoring his meaning glances. "Well, I rode the pony, of course," he laughed, "as I am much too lazy to walk. However, I did not come to Me the horse," with a suggestive ac-cent on the "tee." "Want to see dad?" clattering the dishes she was washing. "Saw him on the way over." "Maybe you want to see Mr. Farrel? He's down" "Charley? Oh, he Is down at the c6rall, playing with Nlggar. No, Mol-l m 1" Ba M I Sflft- - 7 . VPBBk- - i r Turned at the First Sound of the . Man's Voice. Ma, I came to see you," leaning In at the window and trying to take her N ,'hand. She turned on him In blind, unreasonable fury. "You Just wrant to see me," she stormed. "Well, look at me, with. your big, green eyes, Chase Mclntyre, and 'what do you see? Think I'm a fool? "What have I ever done to cause you to talk so to me?" "Jlra Noman says " "He says," came a snarling voice .from behind Mclntyre, "that yer a eneak, trying to get yer Iron onto other people's cattle." Mcfhtyre had turned at tho first eound of the man's olce to And him--selooking into the muzzle of a pistol. Mollie scrambled through the win" dow. "Jim Noman, you quit!" she creamed. Mclntyre thrust the girl aside, an Act of chlValry which saved his life, for his enemy fired the Instant he .moved, and while the bullet missed 'bis heart, It shattered his arm. There 'was another spurt of flame and smoke, and the girl hid her face In her rrns, that she might 'not see. Thert she heard a steady voice. "Now you hit the trail, Jim Noman," and looked up to see the man holding .hi mangled hand, which he gazed at in horror, with Farrel standing by, .smoke still curling from the muzzle of his gun. Bandaging the wounded arm as bs,t ht could, Farrell started, to get his .horse to go for trie doctor, thirty miles away. When he returned for pinnl word with his patient he found Mollie just outside the door, weeping bitterly. "I did not think you cared so nmcu for him, Mollie," he said, "or I'd have bit the trail long ago." He stopped when be saw McJn-tyre- 's face over the girl's shoulder, a ww pain In every feature. "I always gave you credit tor bar-Ha- g a little horse sense, Charley,", he aid. "I'm hurt In more ways than wse, old man," he said, his lips twitch-4a"hot take her, and may God bless 7u both." When Mclntyre recovered from a deadly swoon, Mollle's face wan on 0ii pillow, which waa wet with her -lf -c, J 11 tried to to love you, Mr. jMclBtyro Chase," the fobbed, '.'but I found I loved Charley, emd I'm only At to he tear. jua see. An cowman's turp-fUckl- wlte anyway, you know," "Yea, Mollie, 1 fcM.w," be said, face to the wall. CpyrisM, by Dally Story' Pub!' Co.) s Ipledpe our candidate for member of 'the House of Representatives to supofe.io couotr port a measure enlarging the powers DISGRACE OF TETLOW Commission FJrst. Wc widorso all (he steps 'of the State Railroad Circuit Court T. F. Blrkhcad, Judge; Ben D. Rlngo, Attorney; W. which have been taken by the "Coun- 'and raflklng It the duty of ,salil CLARENCE HOLCOMB. 8 to require all railroads to P. .Mldkitr, Jailer; U. (1. Harms, ty Republican and Progressive Exec(fdrnLph a sufficient number of cars, Clerk; E. K. Blrkhcad, Master Commissioner; li. "This Conroy party comes into the utive Committees, loading up to and without dJscrlmlration, to handle the Jury Fund: T. T. Collins, Trustee H. Black, Sheriff, bunch grass country from Noo York," Including the call for this conven- output of coal promptly, that the Hartford. Deputies S. O. Keown, said the judge. tion to formulate a platfbrm upon miners may have steady work, and Beaver Dam; U. P. Jones, Route 6, "Teudorfoot?" Hartford; W. C. Earp, Roslnc. Cqurt when he which candidates for the various, conn-t- y we also pledge our support for any convene first .Monday In February "Say, he's that green that other wise measure, having for Ita and continues stage three weeks,-- 'third climbs down oH the box of the offices and member of the, House ho looks tip an' down the street nforo. of Representatives are to appeal to object relief from this Intolerable sit- Monday In April, two weeks,', third Monday in October two weeks.' uation. he gets off. 'Frald he's goln to step County Court R. It. Wedding, voters of Ohio county for support at In front of a. trolley car. Ninth. We condemn the present Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. E. "Sure he's green, but he's good the coming November election, under 'Democratic administration of Ken- Smith, Attorney, Hartford. 'Court emblem, believing stuff. I'm runnln' a bunch of control the Republican tucky for It cxtravaganco through convenes first Monday In each Water mountain that It Is best for those who may cattle on 8Unkln' Increase of salaries, creation of count- month. Quarterly Court Begins on the that summer, an' I gives him a Job. General Primary, to know" what less, needless offices, and enormous pres may fourth Monday In February, Mny, Shure It looks like makln' him a be expected of them Jir advance, appropriations which havo resulted AugtrU and November. ent of them wages, but he's such a and fair to the people of the county Court of Clnlmtj Convenes first decent sort a chap I ain't got the to know Just where their candidates in the largest State debt In many Tuesday In January and first Tuesreheart to turn him away. I hears about stand, ujon all questions of public years, and which Is sure to day In October. lilra every month in Tompson's report, Other County Officers C. S. Mox-lequire an Increase lu taxation through ,lnterest. lie says: Survcjor, Fordsvlllc, Ky R. We condemn It for its Second. We favor rigid economy some sform. When you sent him out "'1 thought F. D. No. 2; Bernard Felix, Assesyour mind, In the conduct ' of all the business passage of the Confederate pension sor,. Hartford, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 2; here you must be Josln' Hartbut I guess you knew wot you was of the county to the end that tax- bill and It refusal to pay these Henry Leach, Superintendent doin' He's a fine chap, an' a bard es may be reduced to the lowest pos- men, many of whose claims have ford; Dr. A. B. Riley, Coroner, Hartworkf?i sible rate, realizing that we are bur- ibecnt proven for. months, under the ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. "It ain't long'after this till the first dened by the present high taxes, pretext that the bill Is unconstitution- ' Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tuesday enow falls on the mountain, an' the offi- after 3rd .Monday al, although having appointed Stale, county and town. cattle has to be got in on the home Third. As a matter of economy cials under the 'act, who arc draw- after 3rd Monday in March, Tuesday In June, Tuesday ranch. 3rd strango and In the interest of a better ing their' salaries. We condemn it afterafter Monday In September, TuesIt's hard work this, fur day 3rd, Monday In December. e business sjstcin, we favor placing the for It failure to place the Penal Incamps don't appeal to the John H. Miles, Rock port, Friday nonnone, so after It's all over I gives tnei Fiscal affairs of the county in ,ine stitutions of the State under a after 3rd Monday in March, Friday boys a week In town. I hangs around hands of a commission to be com partisan commisslo'h; refusal to pass after 3rd Monday in June, Friday Monday In September, the boardin' house principle, an Joe posed of three persons to bei "chos- a workman's compensation act; a after 3rd keeps me company. The house was en by the voters from the county,, at corrupt-jractlcact; and for lowering Friday after 3rd Monday in December. run at that time by a little widow by large; believing that the finances the sejjfei-pe- r capita. Wc also conO. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday name of Cummin's. the of the county can bqtter be handled demn tne unanimous tendency of the after 3rd Monday In March, Wed"It seems a fellow named Black by nesday after 3rd Monday In June, a smaller number of men, who State officials, from Governor down, .Wednesday Jack Tetlow was playln all suits both Sepafter 3rd chosen entirely jfith their to play politics, by looking ahead tember, Wednesday Monday In Mon-ua- y 'ways from the middle tryln to win can be after 3ia lu December. ,,the widow, but she don't enthuse. business quallflcatons In, view. Un- for some other Job, Instead of look John 11.. Miles, Rockport, Friday Final, when Joe arrives on tne scene der, this arrangement the ,offce of ing after the vital Interests of the she passes him up like he's a white Justice of the Peace would not be people of the State, whom they are after 3rd Monday vk M.irch, Fricay after 3rd Monday in June, Friday chip, which makes him Imagine Joe's detracted from, but Its powers for sworn to serve. after 3rd Monday in September, Frialienatln' them affections. usefulness In the maintenance of orTenth. Our candidate for memner day after 3rd Monday In December. "Harry, Jed an' Barney Is all down i magisterial dis- of J. C. Jackson, Ccntertown, Satthe House of Representatives, der, In the various to the saloon, an' before we turns in, tricts would be far greater. who may be nominated upon this urday after 3rd Monday In March, Joe an' I lights our pipes an' strolls Saturday after 3rd .Monday In June, Fourth. The office of county as- 'platform, should he be selected by ISaturday after 3rd Monday In Sep down town. As we pass the saloon my head sessor should be abolished, and the the people In the final election, Is tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday the boys Is in I takes it Into to drop in an' try to get them to come duties of that official performed by instructed and pledged to vote for In December. M. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday afto bed an' Joe follows. men chosen by the County Board of the following lavis: ter 2nd ,lcjiday In March, Tuesday "We ain't no more than entered, Commissioners, for each magisterial "A measure embodying the Initia- after- - 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday kid called Goggle district. when a tive and referendum. after 3rd Monday In August, TuesEye George, sticks his foot between day after 2nd Monday In November. Fifth. The people of Ohio county The recall for all State, District legs an' trips him up. This GogJoe's Thomas Sanders, Olaton,' Wedneswe and County officials. better roads and George's eyes stick out like a deserves gle Eye day after the second Monday, la may be An shrimps, but when Joe gets up, he pledge the candidates who amendment to the Primary March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday shure puts one of them back normal. nominated upon this platform if elect Election Law, providing for the elec- In May, Wednesday after 3rd Monday' In Just one lick, an' Goggle Eye ain't ed, to exercise their utmost powers tion of delegates to National conven- - uayAugust, Wednesday after 2nd Mdn- in November, got no more flght In him than a sheep, tlons, and for the selection of all ( Grant Pollard, 'Fordsvllle, Tuesday Inaugurate a system which shall but he don't heed to do his own fight-in- ', to party committeemen after 2nd. Monday in March. Thurs fur right hyer Black Jack takes bring about this desired end in the day speediest and best possible way. An amendment to the Primary Elec day after 2nd Monday lu May, Thurshis band an' plays it fur him. after 3rd Monday In August, providing "Gettln' up from the table, where sup- tlon Law, that where Thursday after 2nd Monday In NoSixth. We pledge our hearty he's been deal in' stud poker he. walks port in behalf of every effort to Im- ther is only one candidate of any vember. t up to Joe. J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after prove our schools, for better build- party at the close ot the time limit, do yod mean? he snarled, ings, more perfect sanitary conditions the selection mrty bo made' through 2nd Monday In Murch, Friday after "'Wot 2nd Monday In May. Friday after 3rd 'a hitting of my particular friend?' course in agriculture for every high that party's committee. Monday In August, Friday after 2nd "Joe didn't say anything, Just stood a school, and an agricultural experiAn amendment to the Election Law Monday in November. his. ground. HARTFORD .POLICE COURT. to have permitting any candidate "'Well, I'll make you talk!" shout ment farm located In the county. C. M. Crowe, Judge;. B. Wilthe benefit of the votes ot all parties son,, .City .Attorney; Jf.John Stevens. Seventh. Our sympathies are 'with Black Jack, haulln' off an' knockln' P. to? fwhich may support his candidacy by Marshal; Court convenes second MonJoe over a couple of chairs. farmers In their efforts tho Joe picks himself up, brushes his obtain better prices for their pro- having his name placed under more day in each month. City Council J. H. Williams. Mayclothes, an' faces Black Jack. ducts, and especially do' we sym- than one device upon the ballot. or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; ThomTYou're not goln', to shoot me?" pathize with the tobacco growers of The repeal of the odious registra- as, Treasurer,. Members E. P. Council of asks Black Jack, like he's alarmed. Robert Hoover, J B. Taylor. J. H. Ohio county andpledgo them our tion certificate law, which in every " 'Yes,' says Joe, 1 .think I shall.' easy the corrup- B. Carson, Er P. Moore, Fred Cooper, sport, support In' their efforts to maintain election has made "'Now you're talkln' like a whereby they tion of the ballot wherever certifi- W. J. Bean. organization, even If you ain't got the ear marks,' an School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendlemay secure a Just reward for the toll cates are required. 9 ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, Secrespouts Black Jack. A measure prohibiting the use of tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley "With this he motions the crowd to given by them to the production get off the firln' line, pulls his gun, an' of this crop. We realize thut the money,wlth which to corrupt vot- aud J. D.Duko. goes to the further end of the room. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. , struggle is an unequal one and If nec ers, and disfranchising any one M. 32 he's essary, we pledge tuem our support who may sell or buy votes. E. Church, South Services "Joe, 'he pulls a bull-domorning and evening every first and raked up somewheres, but keeps oulto "secure Government 'aid In main A corrupt practice act. third Sunday In each month. Sunetandin'i in the center-o- f the room talnlng public warehouses, through Workman's compensation law. day school yM5 a. m. Prayer nicot"'You i picks the quarrel, and you wiilch they may hold their tobacco un A measure placing our penal Institu- ine uvorv Wednesday nxnntnir. llnv. suggests the weapons. Now, I'm goln' a nonpar- Savllle, pastor. til the buyers see fit to accord them tions under control ot says Joe. to name the distance,' Baptist Church Services morning commission. '"Wot's the matter with this?' asks fair treatment. tisan and evening every second and fourth Repeal of the hunter's tax. Black Jack. Eighth. During the last Sunday in each month. Sunday school twelve " 'Nothln',' says Joe, 'only the school months the county has bepn 9:45 a. ni. Prayer meeting every WedRepeal of the dog tax. ImI attends when I'm a kid teaches matf-ner- s poverished and actual suffering has Abolishment of many needless of- nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every which been brought about among the coal fices created by tho labt session of Instead of fourth Sunday at 11 a,. mt and 7.' p. same system seems to have been v ' the legislature. m. Sunday school ii.30 a. m. Elder W. you're brought up. Now miners on account of slack work, A measure reforming the taxing B. Wright pastor. charged, to the failure of the railroad if you will be so kind,' says Joe, Cumberland Presbyterian Church to furnish sufficient cais. In order system of the State which will placp Sunday bowin' low, 'you will step this way.' school 'every Sunday at 9:45 where they a. m. "'Wot do you mean?' stammers that this evil may be remedied we the burdens of taxation properly belong, Instead of upon the SECRET SOCIETIES. Black Jack. " 'I mean,' says Joe, cool as a mint men who own small homes and visiHartford Lodge No. 675, F, and A. M. meets every first Monday night Jullp, 'that this affair is goln' to be ble property, not easily evaded In the lu each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. breast to breast.' assessment. Heart Disease Almost M.; Owpn Hunter. Secretary. " 'For a moment Black Jack looks at A law giving ho people of Kentucky No. Harfford Fatal to Young Girl equal advantages with those of the meets every Chapter and 84 O. E. S. him In surprise, then swallows several second fourth Mon"My daughter, Oien tl.lrtcen yeari times an' hangs his head. North of us, by compelling the day evenings. Miss Anna J. Patton, except he knows It's his old, was stricken with heart trouble. Stales "If he don't 2 W. M.; Jas. H." Williams, W. B.; 8he was eo bad we had to placq hrr railroads to gle us 'the benefit of finish in the cow country, an' likewise M1b8 Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. ceutB per mllo. passenger rate. bed ntur a window It's the same if he does, fur even a Rough River Lodge No. 110 Knights Upon all other matters not specl- so she could set tenderfoot like Joe can't mist at thaf every Tuesday evenher breath. On flcally mentioned herein, our candi of Pythias meets range. Black Jack 1b a bad man, with ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney doctor said, "'Poor date is directed to vote In the Interest Foster. K. of R. & S. more than one notch In his gun, but he child, she la likely of progress, and tor the general weldon't dare run bis brand on the little Hartford Tent No. 99, K. 0. T. M. slick-ea- r to fall dead any fare of all our people. meets every first and third Thursday that's standln' there In the 4 time.' A friend Commander; middle of the room, even If his horns Upon this declaration of principles nights. R. T. Collins, 'Keeper. told me Dr. Miles' L. P. Foreman, Record ain't out of the velvet. 'He looks Itemedy had the members of Heart this convention Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O, O. F. around at the crowd, then seeln' It cured her father, pledge their hearty support to the meets every second and fourth Friain't no use be shoves his gun In his ho 1 tried It, and candidates who may be nominated day nights In each mouth. U, M. Bar-no- tt, the began to Impocket, an' goes over an' gets his hat. Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, prove. She took at the general primary elcctlon.tlrst As he does this, Tompson gives a blss, Secretary. u creat many botan' though you can see It hurts he tles, but he Is Saturday In August next, under, the Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. .W. npared to .me to- -' Log Cabin, for the various offices to meets eer aocond and fourth Satnever turns. day, a rat, roiy urday nlgl.ts in each month, Leslie "Black Jack Tetlow la a gambler," cheeked girl. No one can Imagine the be voted for lu Ohio county at the Ue.sinetv Council Commander; W. C lays the Judge, as we arose and confidence I have In Dr. MlletT Heart coming November election. ,, Wallace, .Clerk. pushed our chairs against the wall, Remedy." A. R. CANON, Worth, Mo. Respectfully submitted, Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. 0. T. M., out no lets a ibuaenoot bum mm meets every first and third Friday The unbounded confidence Mr. A, D. KIRK, lay down a cinch." nights In each month. Mrs; Attye Caffon has in Dr. Miles' Heart RemHEAVJUN, (Cvpyrlfht, by Dally Story Pub. OsJ M.fL. Griffin, Lady Commander; Mrs. Lula edy is shared by thousands of J. A. LEACH, Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. . others who know its vahie from . ,S. L. STEVENS, Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. Worth the Money. ' Many heart di'soWeri M meets every third Saturday night w. r. edge; Sam, the chore man; returasc from experience. In each month. John T. Moore 'High the city with a scarfpin tbat.eyatala-e- d yield to treatment, if tic treatment H. L. CARTER, ', .1 Priest; W. S.' Tinsloy, Secretary. a "diamond" of, no, usual iris. It is right. If you are bothered with Committee- AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQU.TY. was the pride ot his, heart and the short breath, fairitinfe spefls, swell National Offfcers President, Ira M. envy of his village oompanloa. He ing1 of feet or ankles,- - pains about It would surprise you to know of J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presitreated all Inquiries from theaa'as to the heart and 'shoulder 'blades, palthe great good thai is being done by dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.: wltV-blgIt value yaod Ita authenticity pitation, weak and hungry' spells, Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Down- - Secretary & Treas'., H. G. Tanlf, Wau-sa- u, '' scorn. , Wis. Sta,te Officers PrcsldentrJ. .H. His employer, after a week of bask-Im- s you should begin using Dr. Miles' J ey, of Newbergj Junction, N, "B., Prlnceon, Ky.; Vice PresiIft.ltB radlaao, asked Bam) ate J t Hegrt Remedy at once. Profit by "My wife has been using dent, J. If. Burney, Muhlenberg Co.; the experience of others while you writes, Its history. r may. and finds Secretary A Treas., S. B. Robertson, Chamberlain's Tablets "Sam," he said, "to it a real dia, Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. Bali ' mond?" Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy Is sold and them very, effectual and doing her main, Hartford, Ky. ' . "'" "Wall," said 8am, "If It ain't IT guaranteed by all druggieta. ' , Members State Executive Boar- dlots "of, good." t you have any. trou been skua ov( ef.a naif dollar." MILKS MEDICAL 'CO., "Elkhart, las' Ben Watson, Webster county; J. W. ble with your stomach or bowels give Dunn. Daviess county,-- ' Henry Plrtie, fudce. ' ' - . -. .1 ..:'.. . -. : .! ,3 ' ithem a trial. For sale by all dealers, Ohio county; 3. I. Ray,. Hardin .coun- - The ftepublkftti-Frogresslv- e ty; Com-'missi- Davenport, Warren county. county officers L. U.' Tlch-cno- r, President; Henry Plrtlo, Secretary; S. B. Bennett, Treasurer. COUNTY BOARD OF'KDUCATION. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ky, 1. L. B. TIchcnor, Hartford, R. F. C. G. ll() I.I Ohio i. D. No. 5. 2. E. C, Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. 4. 11. L. Alford, Whlto Run, Ky. V Ill 5. Richard Pluininers Taylor Mines, Kentucky. (UlfJ5Br.lYlilL I he Otto C. Martin Attorney ajt Law y, HAJITFORD, KY. Will practice his profetalon In this and adjoining counties. Commercial and Criminal Iraci(M a Specialty. Barnes Smith announce iarUn-shi!- & HARTFORD, fa. Miiaara. W. H. Dams and (i Uuut 'Uwy Attorneys at Law hayo Smith E. funn-- a cow-brut- e iroc-tic- e toe thej gotK-ru- l of law, exoipt criminal and dlvor casus, Mr. Smith bulag .Ooititty Atbw-De- jr Is prevented from practicing such cooes. Mr. Barms Willi Individually accept ftuoh practloe. 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Is "I know--- " The nble to sympathize with both classM. "Very well," this with resignation. The savior Is also able, wno ocing On the table lay a sheet ot Edith's The rich. f,or our sakes became poor, that work done In a masculine chlro-through His poverty we might become graphy popular ot late years. The rich In the, truest sense. Some of "What ,1a this a map of T"I asked, .were very innocently. God's faithful In the past ', The rich Abraham, for Instance. Never"It's not'a map. It's the start of- - a theless, during this Gospel Age, not story," The many great, rich or learned have been "Where's the rest of It?" .blessing now offered. Its out The called to the "Oh. I, Haven't thought It all recipients have been chiefly the poor yet," with a sigh. or this world, rich In faith. "Do you' know what the title Is ta The The Master evidently Included riches be?" y of wealth, honor, education, etc., in His "I haven't decided on one." The implies that all now statement He 'Will you let me suggest a title for possessing a by of these blessings will it?" The 1r more or l,esa hindered from obtain"But you don't know what the story ing God's Highest blessing, and more s about.". The or less subject to woes. We nre not to "Is there any connection," I asked, mippose that He meant that at cleaJU meekly, '."between a story and Its the rich would be thrown inte title?" torture. These woes nnnertaln ''Certainly," sniffed Edith, Indig to the present life. At the close of the nantly. Jewlitti Age, tnlajclass experienced se"Then there's a missing link to vere trials; and our Lord intimates?4 8ome, I. deciarea. Hint at the close of this Age the same "Those are by Inferior authors." class will have similar experiences. "To change the subject, hav you Wrath to the Uttermost Upon Jews. sold any, stories ot late?" I asked. "No, Robert, you are more partial Wrath came upon the Jewish people to (he uttermost, in the End of their to me than the editors are." "Confound them; I've halt a mind Age. (1 TheBsnlonians 2:1G.) Ttios,e woes did not belong to a future life. to call on two or three of them and That tribulations come to all in the let 'em know what I think of their exclaimed, viciously. present life' is undebatable. 'But the Judgment!" most tcrrlble'forebodings are associat . "If I can't win by, merit, I don't ed with Imaginary woes of the future want to win," she declared stoutly. . "Edith," I asked, tenderly, "way IU Dl.llJlUICi IIIC 1UIIB VUUliniJ are glad to set aside this nightmare of couldn't you write just the same after we were onarrled?" the Dark Ages. The Jews, whom our Lord addressed, I've not "Of all the impudencel did not realize that tb'ey were living in said we Were going to be yet, have IT the Endof their Age, and that a great And, besides, marriage Is said to be settlement wajs about to come. Sinil an impedfment to a literary career." larlyv we are living In the End of this married?" I asked, "Aren't; n Gospel Age. and a settlement Is now naming over a halt doxea'ot the due. Jesus foretold the crisis of the feminine authors ot the day. Jewish nation. His message gathecad ,1 didn't know whether they were or out from tffat'natlon all the Israelites not, but spun them off at random. indeed, and then the nation was given "I suppose so," she admitted, doubt over to Itself. The Divine Hand which fully., hud guided them loosed Its hold; uud I pursued my unscrupulously gained human passions accomplished their advantage. overthrow in anarchy, which caused "For the seventh time, Edith,". I their downfall. A. D. TO. .warned. "I am going to ask you to So we understand that the Kud of marry me." this Age has'couie. and God Is gather'And tort the seventh time " she ing His Elect As.soqn us this Is ac began, mockingly. complished, God will permit mankind "Now, Edith," I interposed. "I am to wreck their present civilization. As only human and I can't go on this the 'rich of Jesus' day suffered most way foreyer. I have here" and I keenly, so the rich will suffer most lu showed it to her "a ticket to Havana the turning time of trouble. Shall I buy another, or. go alone tomorrow?" Compensations In Nature. Edith looked me squarely In the The! Pastor then showed that both rich ttlid poor have compensations'. Tho face. Her own was rather white. She rich have trials nnd perplexities that li ARlt&t fid "The seventh time." I said quietly, the poor know not of. , Ttie.v nlxo bare many more temptations to make them taking ufl my hat, "That was the lejs likely o seek the priceless things title I Was going to suggest for your J . ot God's Kingdom. But we are not ,to story." There was a long silence. Edith's understand that God is partial to the poor. He Is choosing n special class, face was halt averted, but what, I and the conditions surrounding the rich could see led me to bppe. and great make them less susceptible , "You are going?" she asked ta a to His message and to the cultivation rolce Intended to be quite steady, but of humility. The experiences of the still looking aWay from me. "It youjtell pa to," I replied. poor are most favorable, apparently, to Another silence. the cult! vat Ian of meekness, gentleness, patience- - and love qualities God esti"Can't you get tho tickets for a mates greatly. week from tomorrow?" she asked. And that was Edith's seventh Some poor, however. Instead of being drawn to God by poverty, cultivate a spirit of hatred, mlillce and strife. (CopyrlKht, by Dally Story Pub. Co' Such turn away from Him. Tbe'class described by Jesus as "ye Siege of Crate. poor" are those hungering 'and thirstCrete deserves mention of our list ,of ing after righteousness, who have bememorable sieges, tor in Cretan hiscome God's children. These may be tory we find the longest siege on recrich or poor Id the things of this world: ord, besides which Troy's ten year but all that tbey have Is consecrated, seem but a skirmish. In 1648 tbeTurks, to God, In order that tbey may 'become attempting to cpnquer the Island, laid Jolnt-helr- s with Christ .siegtt. to the capital city ot Candla, Thenceforth, the esteem of men. which, however, did not surrender ll while udt Ignored, must be secondary September, 1869. after 81 years. to the Lord and HI Truth.. All that Again la 1821, when the. Cretans rethis class tony possess wll bo used to volted, the defeased Turks were asle nis glory, regardless-o- f the fact that 'to hold the fortlaed cities against all It will nil be consumed In Ills service. attacks, and many of them were still vTue yTorld knnwsnot the followers of uncaDtured when the powers lntac - l Jesus, even aa it. unew him not. veoed nine years later. held heap stu- VH "You've certainly transformed tho Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. room," I said to Edith, opening tho of It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists, eight yeantfa door and walking In. In response to hsrd work experimenting to moke this pure glyceric extract and alterative of her bidding. It had originally been greatest efficiency and without the uso of a particle 61 alcohol, an attic. Just tlio sort 01 rcmcay you ncca 10 mauo ncu, ivj ( blood, and cure that lassitude and feeling of nerve cxhaustion-D- r. Tapestry hanging now hid the face Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery bear! tho stamp of In the days of timbers rough-hewPublic Approval and has sold moro largely in ths past forty when Washington waa young and yean than ony other blood purifier and stomach tonic. Fourth ot Julys like any other day, atnmach secmcl to bo tti "Some tlmo nro I rot out of limllh-for the house Itself was ot colonial iwot ot tho trouble." wrltej Mb. Eiba Williams, of llellevlllo, Kani. 'were-widdivans " I commcnciil to doctor with all tho doctors at home n well a wlUi antiquity and there on?aas. Noni wemrd to do ether nieclallata on stomach on.1 on which one was allowed to sit I wroto rny rorel-- ln fact. mot of the mellclnc did mo hirm. t among dozens ot cushions done In 14 Dr. Tkrce. IluiTalo. N Y., who replied, itatlnu that t hid liver com. indigestion ind eonstlpatjp-i- . and airitod Dr. Piorco Golden plaint with colors to the rainbow unknown. There ,, MoJIcaI Discovery nnd 'rieS'nntPelletn.' . fet them. was a writing desk of odd design In "Tin ' '"sTOve'v' inl Telleta,' have put me j mrwithoutruram Bctsa-- J txTbo . it t wuat I needAl. I could not liavo from the one corner, and a desk typedepths of which a much-use'et are for Uyar Itti. rlitacnt Or. p'o-v-'- writer wb apt to half emerge, like a if otfe walked about with a heavy step. There was the usual array of brass articles used tor ornamentation. "Now," she irent on ',v3rr much of what I've been able to do has been owing-- to your kindness. Of course I thank you, Robert" "I shall receive my reward some day," I reminded her. "So the Good Book says." of temporal "Oh, I am speaking things." "Your mind should be above them," Prompt A ttentio'n and Good Service. she admonished. you are its near au appruavu iu TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS', divinity as I care for at present" I Insisted. "You should be ashamed to say so. What Is any one. of us after all? d What are our little loves, our fancies but things of a day shadows that cross the face of the great sun o't fame?" "But my love Is not a little love, I1..3E neither Is it 'the thing ot a day," I The Republican' and Louisville Iferald. contradicted,, hotly. 1.60 ' Edith blushed. The .Republican and Courier-Journal.....- .'. my e 1 o-d Nature's laws are perfect, hut disease loltows if these laws are not obeyed forest; there are mysteries hero tht war Go straight to nature lor ths cure, o 1 tree, tho root of nmndraksv can fathom for you. Toko the bark of tho stone, Oregon drape root, queen's root, blood root and golJcn seal, make a cteo , tifio, extraot of them with ,'ust the right proportions and you hav JAMES & CO., - Pirst Class Uveryineti Centertown, Kentucky. halt-forme- OUR CLUBBING RATES. REPTBLicAN'and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at 1.75 Republican and Home and Farm..". Republican and Twice- a-WeekOwensboro Inquirer Republican' and Louisville Daily Herald republican nna Laiiy uwenlooro inquirer... v...., O'boro Messenger k Republican and Republican and Kentucky Farmer;... , Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer Twice-a-Wee- 1.50 1.75 3.50 3.50, 1.75 1.75, 1 1. 1.50 evef-iHHtln- C ,' X Address all orders' to THE REPUBLICAN. - Y O li R i Letter Heads Bill Heads Noteheads Envelopes Cards Statements Arid best-know- other printed forms are given Special Attenton ; : In The Republican t Job Department. !- 'i : : - Saved GirFs Life want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have rewrites ceived from the use of Thedford's JVlrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles.. I firmly believe saved my little girl's life. When she. had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's made them break out, and she, has had no trouble. I shall never be without more Black-Draugh- t," Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht ," an-Bw- THEDFORD'S In my home." iBBliH sr BLACK DRAUGn I ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments,; Thedford's BlackrDraught has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of, these complaints, try it is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success' proves its' value. Good for youhg and old. . Eor sale, tverywheie. Price 25 cents. Black-Draug- ht' )1 ?or constipation, Indigestion, headache, dizzi- u-t- . (' ' &T3?,iv WE ARE USED TO DOING BIG THINGS t BUT THE OPENING DAY OF OUR BIG: r PROFIT-SHARIN- G WAS. THE BIGQEST We ' . IN OUR HISTORY! started into this sale with the merchandise to do the business with. We made the prices so ltw that provident buyers could not help seeing the values we offer. We don't employ any. dishoherable methods. Everything is on the square at 4his store. J)on't get your dates mixed. Remember this SaJe Closes Saturday, August 2nd And if you are interested in making your money go a long way, BUY 'DURING THIS SALE. 1I E. P. BARNES & Beaver Dam, . Kentucky. ' 'S A , - , - , I aaaaaal CANDIDATES MAKE AGREEMENT V M. L. HEAVRIN, Judge. C. M. BARNETT, Co. Atfy. D. BAKER RHOADS. Atfy. ANOTHER CROP .. C. E. SMITH, Co. Atfy. N. B. WHITE, Rep. REPORT ISSUED p I&ffiblicans Agree Not to - W. M. FLENER, Rep. J. T. HOAGLAND, C. C. C. SEP WILLIAMS, C. C. C. BLANKENSHIP CLAUDE Go. C. C. Commissioner Reports to 'Mse Money InCampaign. JIEN'RY LEACH. Co. Supt. DUVALL, Jailer. W. A. MIDKIFF, Jailer. WARD, Assessor. D. J. Tj COX, Assessor. G. WILL BROWN, Same. W. H. PIERCE. Magistrate Present Time on Crops Conditions of F J.'W. F5ther Agree to File With County Expenses. iJ raits Have Fallen Earlier Xlerk Itemized List of , Below Frospects In Season. for the offices 3nifScted .hereby mutually agree with eacfc other: 3L Timt iheyand each of them will non. se or .authorize or encourage any cTBtt dae to use tor their benefit, or indirectly, any whiskey or .wicfX- !-' Mr other things of value in oriter Jo Influence any voter or tuuik 'in .the approaching Primary to Ina JteW la August, 1913, for the pur-,pr.at jiamiug the Republican ifor the parlous offices in tfjteivs sQonnty, Ky. 2. Xhey and each of them likewise inurcjilty agree and promise that they was raot become surety for any person mr jiersoiis in order Jo Influence rthcj twite of such person or for any ik.3r .purpose, except that such sure-trjsby them U the result of or personal obligation. U' each aprco to file with the CmaiXy Court Clerk, W. S. Tinsley, suk itemized sworn statement within ttOxtrf 30) dajs after the primary seating the nature, amount and name of tlxe party or lartles to whom we jxt either of ua paid any campaign es3rtztjs after this date, but this cover hotel or livery bills-- ' nbiiU tax lie in regular course of the can- Efcitstlallcan nomination dl-x- ey "Tit Mndcrslgned candidates for the Rosine District. NOTE. Several of the county candidates have nit had an opportunity to sign the above agreement, but we understand they all endorse all of Its provisions, and will add their names to the Hat as soon as they have an opportunity. Only a few of the candidates for 'Magistrates have had an opportunity to sign. ot Thin agromeent shall become on the' candidates for any oOcs achen the same shall have been dtBoi Sy all the other candidates office, ana'the fact that any or other office or offlcss A. &I3Tng jraat itei ;cuk xnlease any candidate whose op- iVuueoU fcava, signed this agreement. Tnta July 8th, 1913. fl V has wt signed tills agreement shall ' W. C. ASHLEY, Sheriff. S. A. BRATCHER, Shcrltr. S. O. KEOWN, Sheriff. Tt R. WEDD1NO, .Judge. 31ACK COOK, Judge. J. H. MILES, JudgS. ' .The splendid prospects for good crops as reported on Juno 10th, have been greatly lessened owing to the severe drouth throughout the State. In some places local showers have been reported and crops In these loFQimEieWUKS calities are looking in splendid con I dition. Central and Western Kentucky more Catarrh in this sec- -' seem to be suffering word from tho There is Seven Sentence Sermons. tlon of hte country, htan all other dry and hot weather prevailing. The A man's reputation la what hia diseases put together, and until the condition of wheat shows 90 per cent, fellowmen think of hW; his character' last few years' was supposed to, be which Is an increase oer last Is what God knows of him. tAnon. Incurable. For a great many years month's report of 5 per cent. Wheat doctors pronounced' It a local dis- is reported as not yielding so many I bow before' the noble mind ease and prescrbled local remedies, bushels per jacre, but the .quality is That freely jiome groat wrong for' and by constantly failing to cure with extra good. The condition of rye gives, local treatment, pronounced It in- also shows a higher average than was Yet nobler Ib the one forgiven curable. Science has proven catarrh anticipated a month ago, same being Who, bears "tfce burden well and to be a constitutional disease and 89 per cent. The corn crop Is 98 per HvGa. A. A. Procter., treat-mne- t. therefore requires constitutional cent while the condition shows 91 per , grow' 'greater by I. M sparkHall's Catarrh Cure, manu- cent. The, average of oats Is given IOO per Plata. niy ySdllng my.',traera factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To- 88 per cent, and the condition 74 per t$ r.,.i ( ledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cent, slightly lower than last month's was paid at a banquet ioHenry Clay, , ., .' ? cure on the market. It Is taken In- crop Indicated It would be, which la New Orleans in 1842. Mighty costWMRKttf In worry; you ternally In doses from 10 drops to a condition was reported as 79 per ct., ly for those wlto stomach trouble or need It sJTlW d(ky.-Aia- oa. To day people every teaspoonful. It acts directly on the. June 10th. Drk Tobacco shows an indigestion. ' '' v.ii blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- acerage of 64 per cent while the con- .where use Dr. King's New Life Pills Tiu ij ui t wt"l "" i. Hv"Wf j""except nuim t for these troubles as well as liver, tem. They offer one hundred' dollars dition is 75 need fear per cent. Burley Toits own nusaoui rwMto? V , cow tor any case it falls to cure. Send bacco reports 80 per coat acerage kidney and bowel disorders. Easy, strong as any other falth.-S- eil 0 t the kids nave safe, sure. Only 25 cts at all drug tell k for circulars and 'testimonials. 79 per cent condition. 8J per cent . and got jb inherit coasuaptlea if aswlr It If bMtsiw1 adv. UJt,a.'rae Address: F J. IIENEY & 0 Toledo, Is the acreage of potatoes; the dry gists, , parents "have it." In bulk doth make mWoetUr be;. Ohio. an effect that Say, Mr. Business raan do- - you weather has had such In .small prapoetloas. we just eauties Sold by Druggists, 75c. the condition shows only 76 per cent need any printing, doneT J.f you do I For soreness of the muscles, whethsee, , ' Take Hall's Family Pills for 93 per cen tho outlook let us do it for you. We can prist er induced by violent exercise or as against And la short ..measurea Hte may perreported June lat. The awoet pota- your Letter Heads, Envelopes, Bill there is nothing better than fect be'. Ben Johnson. ' acerage la 93 per cent, white Heads, Statements, Bills, Typewrittoes Notice! ment also relieves rhoumatlsm pains. Oh, th9 littleness of the 'lives, that received on the condition Is 89 per cent. Blue-cra- ten Letters, Sale Books, , Circulars, For. sale by all dealers. Sealed bids will b adv. a. seed crop will be exceedlOKly etc., and print thew rjcfct at we are. ltvlng, denyjng to ourselysa iuu county ,iarm tor ine w anu paa rifht rights up to 12 o'clock noon, Sat- short 'this year, 'and owing to the price. Try us with your next ordar. low Tley lemice" Tke Costy the .blgoasa of that thing which It Li redrouth pasture condition! Call at The Republican office. 32tf. continued urday, August 9, 1913. Right to be man, to be a child of Godl Llylig. generally are short. TJie condltloa served to reject any and all bids. PhlHIi- -j Brooks, During the summer months mothers The Inconsistencies in the Wilson of grasses Is given as follows: Blue-gra. C. E. SMITH, 74 pet., Clover 78 pet., Alfalfa of young children should watch for Tariff bill are comtaig under (ire, and. LESLIE COMBS, 87 pot., and Orchard Grass 81 pot. any unnatural looseness df the bow- - the shots are not all from JtauubUc?- J. C. JACKSON, When given prompt attention at ana. It has been a favorite Den The acerage of Cow Peas Is jeport-j'els- . 53t4. Committer. 7 OUUns. . . , 90 iKt.. while the rTittl"" time serious trouble may be cratlo contention thwt "raw matered at For Sale. Chamberlain's Colic, Choi-pot- ., ials" should be "free. Yet the measis- - 89 pet. The acerage of aoyUaawi avoided. sssl KW YM MbUM HHsWyv ItSaTll Wy ssMKsM Hnlv Hsiitr atniA In Yia ill flaLilj 13 Od and the condition MLpeti ' era and piarrhoea Remedy can al ure affords numerous lsntanoes snowI ways be depended upon. For sale by. ing where that principle has been SsaMta The garden conditions are onlyabout, Address, . DRUGOIST, . adv. j Ignored. Tfaore la a duty on knpoftan fasUrs of 63t3. 80 pot., as the drouth has greatly ef all dealers. la Care Republican. fected same. Young' poultry Is doing well, and the condition of chickens generally, is reported at 93 pet. The condition of. the fruits of the State have all rallen--bclothe jiros-pocearlier in the season. Apples show 73 pet., as against 85 pet., reported last month, cachos 70 pet., as against 78 pet., last month, pears 55 pet., as against 61 pet., last month, plums 64 pet., as against 67 pet., lost month, grapes 87 pet., as against 89 pet., last month, and blackberries Su. pet., showing a somewhat smaller crop than was reported earlier. The disease known as catarrhal fever or pink eye among the' horses, which has been prevalent In certain localities for some tnie is reported to be well In hand and no nev outbreaks for the past ten days have been reported, and the localities suffering most from this disease are about cleared up. No new' cases "an, reported. Local rains have (been reported In the following counties in which crops are looking In good condition: Shelby, Nelson, Kenton, Lawrence, Crittenden, Marshall, Caldwell, Graves, Jacks3n, Letcher and Laurel. Pasture and tobacco are reported as suffering the most for the lack of rain. There has been a large corn' crop planted and the reports are that it is generally clean and In good' condition. If the drouth is broken soon, there Is every prospect of a bumper corn crop. J. W. NEWMAN, Commissioner of Agriculture. ts NState TlbcrcalOSiS ComnilSlon. i 2. A young LoultvUle mechanic' came Into 'the Health Car Exhibit Of the Kcntucxy Tuuercuiosu commission when it was flpsV opsaed. ''Good exhibit hert IVoUjiUk like I had tuberculosis?" ; "Well, seven years igoslwordoc-tor- s told me I had it aan that I had only a few moots more to lire.; My Fife had Jat die ..frowsts 4ls-eas-e, too. I wont totho'tMrd, aoctor, In a little town over In asteriijKon-tuckand ho said lie jepuld cure me." "What did the doctor, 'tell you you must do?" asked the attendant. "Told me I had got to do exactly .what ho said! He didn't give roe' any nejflclne to speak of, but followed just about the line of treatment you teach 'here. For three weeks he wouldn't let mo lift my hand to do anything I could keep trout doing'. He told mo what I could eat; gave me lots of 'eggs aid milk; made me stay all day and sleep with all my windows 'open at night, In three weeks I was eaough better .so that I began tb do a' little work1 again; and I've been at It' ever since. Of course, I' ain't what you'd call robust: but still 1'rri in pretty fair shapo and manage to do a day's work ' overy day. s "My vtfe and I had one child, 'a boy oyear old when .the mother died olks said that 'of course with two consumptive parents he could never had to take care of nlm,aft- -' live. er his mother djed; a lot and I don't sunnoae I did it as well -- -. -- -r as a woman oouia. i ve taicen him In Just Ue aamoVay hat .I've taken care;af him In just, the same ...- - i' !. " way iium. wu t "VWand now Wbjsk aa healthy and 'i y, tho "raw materials" from which shoes ore made, while shoes, a finished product, are admitted without duty. Wheat Is to lay' a duty of ton per cent while flour goes on the free Ust. am! iU is" pointed out that this means 'a bounty of 10 per cent to British and Canadian millers. The, vanilla, bean, free in every Tariff for years, is to pay 69'aeau per. paund Yet, by bo bean be grown In this country, while the article ( is Imperatively necessary to many. American ladastrles engaged in producing extracts. The sole effect of tho vanilla beaa duty will be to Increase the cost of production of the j extract and raise the price to every This Is the Democratic way of reducing the cost of Jiving by revising tat Tariff. Troy, (N. Y.) Times. oan-sum- Bkfns, ax ' OfcUdtten Cjry out-doo- rs OR A ' r pwy-Jere- 1 PMlfi io i.-- .Ut me-tha- " , -b- T ss ss CASTOR I A Insulin. lm JjiiM t-- (WSBBSlSSSSal :ja. ViTtff.-- i i ft'4? ,,v i Wl t A?. '., fltjri ii'.' t1Wi,irif'f1w'fi iti 'i7'i'fsiaiiM.BaaaiMMtJWMi4 l -SM'ttm'JtliiSmhfm, ' : i i Jii.."" mmm 'ZMF?m HHbHI 'Jm. .