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PENSIONS GROW, THO VETS DYING fhe Sherwood Law Causes Much of Expenditure. $180,000,000 1913 To Be DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1 per Year No. 10 GERMANY CALLS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913. been receiving. Of course, many of BUILDS them alracdy are drawing the- addi- KANSAN tional $72 a year. Tho Sherwood law provides a gradROAD uated scale of pensions for pensioners according to their age, and it l necessary for tho pension officials to have some proof of a man's age before they admit him to the class Mysterious Old Man With of pensioners defined by certain age Mule and Scraper. limits. This has given rise to a difficulty. Many boys enlisted in tho Union Army (during the Civil 'tWar, giving fictitious ages. ,In a Right of Wctys Are Bought As great many cases, bos of 15 or 16 who could shoulder a muslcet gave Fast As the Work their ages as 18 or 21. When an apProgresses. plication for a pension lsmade, many veterans produce their enlistment pa pers as proof of their age, but the Dodge City, Kan., Sept. 17. Out on peuslon officials always attempt to prove their exact ago by Investigat- the prairie .to the northwest is being ing the records to determine the date built the strangest railroad In America. One man Is building It all by of tholr birth. Some difficulty has been experienc- hlinss1 f, and It runs from nowhere to ed with the Sherwood law on account nowhere. of the Inability of the Government I Rudolph Meyer Id the promoter, purchasing agent, civil to ascertain when a pensioner dies. president, superintendent, construc Under the law, postmasters are 'pro- engineer, hibited from delivering pension check! tion boss, crew, mule skinner and when they know the pensonlers are water boy. dead, and beadles, pension checks have I There are no trains running yet. to be Indorsed by two citizens of the There isn't even any track laid. But community where the penslonre re- there are five miles of perfectly good sides. Despite this precaution, pen- grade ready for the ties and rails, sion officios know that payments and there will be more of It as long are sometimes made on pensions wbic as Meyer's money, mules and strengtl last. What the purpose Is nobody should hare been stopped by death. knows but Meyer, and he won't teFl. In the spring of 1908 this old German appeared In the Spring Creek WOMEN TO DEMAND Valley, north of the Hodgman County line, and asked a farmer to seil him VOTE OF SUFFRAGE a strip of land for a railroad right of way. He declared that he was the sole builder of the line and was not School Superintendent Finds Wo- backed by any railroad company. The wondering farmer sold him the Jand and he started to work with a men At Institutes Seek team of mules, a wagon and one scraper. In a year or so, he finished Yotes; the grade on the strip he had bought and purchased more land from the neighboring farm to continue his line Stanford, Ky Sept. 14. The Year after year he has toiled on, suffrage question .will be a pushing ahead with his leveling, cutlive issue beforf the next session of the Kentucky Legislature,- - according ting and filling, absolutely alone, with his single mule team and scrape to Prof. J. W. Ireland, Superintendent of City Schools of Stanford, who and whenever he has reached the end has just returned home from a swing of his right of way he has demandover the State conducting county ed the next strip of land and paid teacher's institutes. He saya the Wo- the price. It Is a tremendous job that this man's Equal Rights Association has single-handeOne had representatives at almost every man has tackled a great r, of his fills Is 70 feet high institute he has conducted this to work up sentiment in behalf dike of dirt hauled into place .slowly, of votes for women. Speakers Have month after month, a little scraper-fu- l at a time. Just ahead of him Is appeared at institutes and have Bought time on the program, in an another deep depression to fill up, endeavor to arouse Interest among and beyond that rises a high hill tha the teachers to make ' sentiment has to be cut thru. "That's all right," says Meyer. "It's strong enough to warrant the coming Legislature ln submitting the level further on." When asked why he chose this lo matter to a vote of the people. Prof. Ireland, says he detected the cation for a railroad, he answers, "Oh Intent of the suffrage workers after IN Just picked out an easy place to ho had held a feew institutes and build one." The roadbed runs In a northeastnoted the sentiment of teachers and others .pres-.n- t at Institutes toward the erly direction, and If It were being proposition. He declares, "I found built In the usual way, by railroad very little sentiment in favor of giv- men, the purpose would seem to be ing women the ballot In Kentucky. the connection of Dodge City, sevThe opinion seemed to be general eral miles to the southwest, with that It would be no more than right Jetmore, a village to the 'northeast.' e, The Santa Fe has a. branch to to submit to a vote of the people, running west from Great Bend, whether they desrle the constitution amended to allow women the right to and this connection wouiM make a vote. A great many who expressed loop with the main line. But Meyer themselves as favoring submission of declares he has nothing at all to do tho question to tho people, said they with the Santa Fe and his peculiar expected to vote against woman suf- methods seem to bear him out. He lives alone In a (little cook' frage when the matter comes to a vote. Prom Information I obtained, shack, which he moves along as tho work advances. When the weather 1 am satisfied the ladles will descend on Frankfort in formidable numbers Is fine he works aid day, and when at the coming session of the General the ground Is frozen or water-soake- d he loafs in his shack. Assembly and demand an election on Meyer is trying now to buy some the question." During thq summer, Prof, Ireland more right of way, and the owners was In different sections and noted are holding htm up, hoping to forco the woman's propaganda at work al- him to tell his real plans. But Meymost wherever he went. He conduct er Just plugs' along patiently, withed Institutes In Henry, Bath, Wolfe, out saying a word and apparently Anderson, Owen, Todd, Montgomery without worrying. "They can't stop this railroad," he and Breathitt Counties. says. - THAW CASE TO Llvermore, last place. week were pleasant visitors to L. C. Morton of thH T01WHERE SUPREME COURT Miss Pearl Tlchenor visited hor sister, Mrs. Nelson, of McHenry last week. SONS FOR ARMY Over 100,000 More Troops To Enter Service. Officers In America May Be cused From Returning On Mobilization. Berlin, Sept. 17. Under the new military 'laws Germany Is today call' Ing on, over 100,000 more of her son each year to serve In the army. Toe new regulations, however, create conditions under which German aubject livtng abroad may escape military service entirely, and in this regard they are of Interest to Germans 'living in the United States. The laws provide that German subjects who have obtained permission to postpone their military service on account of residence abroad and wtoc have acquired a permanent position there may, upon application to the proper authorities, be excused entirely from active servcle and transferred to the "landstrum" of militia which is called upon only In .time ot actual invasion. The exemption Is granted .only on condition that entering the arm would jeopardize either the position or invested capital of the emigrant and that there Is reason to believe that the applicant is not trying deliberately to evade military service. Officers or officials living abroad. may now be granted leave for two years and excused from returning for the usual military duties, sub ject only to the obligation of return ing In case ot a general mobUlzaitfoai and this leave may be extended In definitely upon presentation ot Ex- Ber-lo- us Used In and $185,000,000 In 1914, Wlnfleld.) (By Jonatlian i Washington, Sopt. 15. Altho It U estimated that 100 of Uncle Sam's rwnsloners die oerr day, or approximately 30,500 every year, there is a strong probability that the pension appropriation (or the coming fiscal year, beginning on July 1, 11)14, will be larger than the amount approprl-aid- e for pensions the present year. The pension bill this year carried, I tabout $180,000,000 not Including a J 10,000,000 Item in the General Bill which was passed In the K closing hours of the last Congress. ueaui Keeps winning uiwisx. oi names t on the pension roll each year, but somehow or other the amount of mon ey that the Government has to ex- I; pend keeps on getting larger, and ex- jerts are of the belief that the pension list will not show an appreciable decrease In the amount of money pal out for sevenAI years to come. Much of the present increase is due to the act of .May, 1912, which provided, roughly speaking, a dollar a day for vuterraus of the Civil War. This is the state of affairs that the Government Is confronted with, fifty years after the close of the Civil War. There Is a possibility that next k'yoar may .prove the high-watmark in pension appropriations, provided, ct of course, that Congres docs not some new legislation which will Increase the size of the average pension paid out. The Uatt fiscal year the pension budget was $164,500,000. This year It was $180,500,000. Next year It may reach the grand total of $185,000,000. During the fiscal year of 1912, when the appropriation was $164,500,000, tho Sherwood Law, that Is the act of 1912 had not begun to be operative. Hence the effects of the Sherwood law .were not fully felt until the present year. It Is quite probable that the estimates for tho coming fiscal year may develop the fact that the legislators quite underestimated the cost of the Sherwood Law and a fuller financial Idea, of the effocU of the law will be .had the coming fiscal year. The net decrcaso to tho roll last .year was 31,804. The number of pensioners dropped account of death and other causes was 55,115, but there were added to the roll 23,311 new claims. "Calm" Is the technical terra applied by tho pension experts to new pensioners who have successfully met the retirements of the Government to be placed on the roll and Uraw an annual benefit from the United States Treasury. for some reason or other tho losses to the pension roll by death in recent years have shown but HttXe difference, altho theoretically, deaths 'of veterans on account of their advancing age would seem to load to the conclusion that tho loss by death would show big increase from year to year. The average annual value of pensions during the last fiscal year was 4176.15 as ugalnst an annuafl nvorage .the year before of $173.56, out the average annual value of pensions paid to survivors of tho Civil War Is es- tlmated to bo 197.09. Tho Sherwood law Increased this annual average .about $72 a year. Ferry Centennial Opens With Tho total number of Civil Wnr Parade. who expected Increases In their CleveT.and, O., Sept. 13. With a papensions by reason or the enactment Shorwdod law was estimated rade headed by 600 Infantrymen of of the to be 430,000. As yet It is impossible the Ninth and Third Ueglments, this .to tell whether all of these will bene- city's Perry Centennial Celebration fit thru the. law, becauso all tho opened tonight. The arrival of tho .claims liavo not been adjudicated and Niagara tomorrow will be the signal pension 'officials can not tell how( for tho start of the navafl parade of many of these claims will bo allow- tho nayal training ships which acmoat ed and how many rejected. From the company Perrj'n flagship, and :jirogress thus far mado disposing of of the passenger steamers, motor fhese appMcatlous for increases, Itj boats and yachts In the harbor. In Is .predicted that nearly all of these, Patriotic organizations will meet sdldlers will receive an increase. the afternoon at .the dedication of a old This means that somewhere In the relic of the battleship Maine, In Gorneighborhood of 400,000 ultimately will don Park, and an Illuminated motor-Booccupy parade Jet $72 a year more than they have tho afternoon will evening. the rest of This city's and receiving. Of course, many of been already are drawing the addi- celebration, the Hast of those on the them tional 472 a year mpre. than they have lakes, will close Tuesday night. cy wo-nr.er en-uBUtn-meVot-orans at d. Jet-mor- Charge Woman Slew Own Babe. Ky., Sept. It!. Mat-tlBurns, of Jeffersonvllle, this county, was Indicted In Circuit Court here for the murder of hor Infant child and Is under arrest, critically HI and unablo to be moved to tho county Jail. It is feared that tho womanj win' die. It Is alleged that the woman took .the child, only a- day old, and killed It; then ehe tied It In a sack' and threw Its body In a well, w.hore It was found several days afterwards. Mt. Sterling. Q - Notice. There will be a representative of tho rvkrwnlrnpl Tnhar.co drawers' j Association of Kentucky at Hart-- 1 ford, Saturday, Sept. 20th. to talk organization. jon tho consolidated Everybody invited to be present. E. II. GoodaJt is in Owensboro this week on business. If Governor of New Hamp- School Is Progressing very nicely, under the leadership of Prof. J. Rus-sCooper and Mrs. O. B. Bosket. shire Finds Adversely. Miss Rena Tlchenor visited riBa-tlvat Matanzas last week. In the Extradition Hearing On Miss Mary McKlnney of this place is visiting her brother, B. J. McKlnney of Golcona, III. , Next Tuesday Point is Mr. S. W. Rowe Is yet on the sick Won at Littleton. list. Mr. StUlle Mason and Oscar H. Ezell, of this place, made a Hying Littleton, N. H. Sept. 16. Counsel trip to Hartford Saturday night. for Harry K. Thaw today laid the foundation for plans to carry his case Dog Chief Item of Will. to the supreme court of the United La Crose, Wis., Sept. 16. A little States, It the governor of New Hamp- dog with no pedigree but the best shire finds adversely to Thaw in the friend of his owner, the late John hearing next Tuesday. Hanson, of Hamilton, Is extradition mentioned United States district court and as the principal bequest in the will The findings wll be reviewed by the of Hanson, which was filed for proUnited States district court and bate today. Hanson left a lot of should the decision there be adverse other property including flue farms to Thaw, successive appeals wlfl be and several mortgages, but before taken until the cose reaches the disposing of anything else, he behighest .court In the land. This was queathed the dog with much detail the announcement made by the Thaw as to ithe way he should be treated, lawyers tonight, after the fugitive to his friend, Lars FJedstad, of La had scored a victory today by having Crosse. The canine Is all, too, that indefinitely suspended the habeas Fjedstad gets of the estate, which corpus bearing In the federal court. Is distributed among numerous relaIn an open discussion with Mr. tives In 'Wisconsin and Norway. Jerome after announcing the suspension of the hearing, Judge AEdrtch said that search of the statutes had INTEREST CENTERS ON failed1 to reveal to him any law under which a man In Thaw's position, PARADE G. A. R. REUNION a lunatic, charged with a crime, could be extradited. Mr. 'Jerome tried to Mock the postponement, on the ground that the Confederate Veterans Accept In writ had been obtained as a matter vitation to MarchClouds. of expediency. He produced an affi davit of a newspaper man quoting Spoil Flans. Thaw's counsel as Baying this, but he waa unwilling to press the matter after counsel for Thaw had assured Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 16. the court that the application for the of veterans attending the 'regular.'"-writ ha4 "What do you propose to do, Grand Army of the Republic's forty- seventh annuaU encampment here were then?" Insisted the judge. increased today. Business sessions alJerome hesitated. "Thq immediate question," con- so were begun by. several allied or tinued the court, "is whether the ganizations meeting simultaneously proceedings shall go on or be sus- with the veterans. Interest of alk pended. It Is the judgment of the tonight centered largely in the parade court that a suspension would not of veterans tomorrow. A novel feature of the parade will menace the interests of either side, and In view of the fact that the gov- be the participation of N. B. Forrest ernor hesitates to proceed with the Camp, United Confederate Veterans. extradition hearing until the status This unexpected Innovation resulted of this matter is assured, I suspend from a special invitation extended to the camp today by Commander-in-Chie- f but it. It Is not adjourned, Alfred B. Beere, of the G. A. and I suggest that either side notify mo within six days when K., and accepted by Col. L. T. Dick they are prepared to go on with it." inson, of the Forrest Camp. The Con Thaw as he was driven to a hotel for federate veterans were invited to the court. His lawyers were grinning. wear their gray uniforms. The department of Michigan at a He was remanded back to the Joint custody of Sheriff Drew, of Coos conference today decided to withcounty, who arrested him after bis draw the Invitation for the next enrecent deportation from Canada, and campment for Detroit. This leaves only Houston, Tex., and Mobile, Ala., United States Marshal Nute. Counsel for both sides, after talk- In 'the field. Leaden clouds which hoveredover ing with' the governor by telephone, agreed that the extradition hearing the city today threatened to cast a would not be hUd until Scom- damper on plans made for the observation of Chlckamauga day. Th ber 2a. Crowds packing Main street in threatened showers failed to mater-a- ll ze and hundreds of veterans who front of the court building cheered Thaw as he was driven to a hotelfor participated In the Battle of Chlckamauga visted the famous battlefield. dinner. Marshall Nute announced this aftInterest In the coming election of ernoon that he would keep Thaw officers by the G. A. G. Increases here over night. Thereafter his plans rapldi'y. Several caucuses wero held today by representatives of various for the prisoner were undecided. departments. It was generally believFair Hop. ed tonight that the. choice of the next wou'd be between The usual fair dance will be given commander-in-chie- f at the opera houso next Friday night Gen. C. E. Adams, of Superior, Neb., by the management. No effort .will and Washington Gardner, of Michi' be spared to make this the most gan. gorgeous hop ever given In Hartford. "Mark Twain's Cave." Music furnished by the Owensboro orchestra. Sept. 15. "Mark Hannibal, Mo Twain's" Cave, south of Hunnlbail, CENTERT0WN. where Tom Sawyer and his companSopt. 15. E. S. MIMlllan, of ions had their rendezvous, was the was hero Saturday and Mon- sceno of the finding today of $4,000 day .on legal business. worth of plunder which flvo Hannibal Mr. Martin Gaddls, wife and Bon, boys confessed they had stolen. Tho of McHenry, wero pleasant visitors boys told tho polce that after robblt j to tho family of Earl Davis last Sun- trains and residences across the river day. from three, they hid their loot in the Mr. Byron Mason flett last Monday woods aud at night conveyed It acro'.s for Bowling Green where ho will at- the river In a skiff. Seven thousand tend school. cigarettes were found in the cave mado Mrs. E. M.- Davis and. Miss Irene famous by Slark Twain. David visited relatives In McHenry last week Twenty Dollars in Gold. Mr. W. C. Everly, Mrs. John Coop Will be given by W. E. Ellla, the or and Miss Gladys Maddox are HI produce merchant of Hartford, at the of typhoid, fever. Mr. Alvln Rowe and wife and 0. D. Ohio County Fair, for beat saddle James and wife are In Louisville at- and harness horse, either sex, any tending tho State Fair. age, fed on Arab Horse Feed bought Mr, Conway Miller of BIcknell, Ind. contest by Sepwas here last week visiting the fam- of him. Must enter tember 1, 1913. First prUo la $15.00, ily of H. H. Davis. 5t6. Misses Eva aud Ethel Morton, of second beat, $3.00. el es es been-entirely d, Rus-selvll- le - certificate that the appli- cant has a permanent position oa merchant, business manager, etc. The officer whose lite work te found In America or another country outedie of Europe and the Mediterranean lands may even be excused from returning upon mobilization, tho, of course, it Is almost inconceivable to think of a German officer taking advantage of this in case of war. American statesmen who would like to manipulate the new Income Tax Law to bear harder 'on the bacheldf than the married man, may take warning from the experience of Che little principality of Reuse, where-thfirst bachelor tax was introduces! this year. The tax has been In effect only since April 1, but the Reuss newspapers declare that bachelors of property are transferring themselves and their wealth to other parts of the empire where the state of single blessedness is not subject to special taxation. One bachelor of Grelz, capi tal ot the principality, has given further evidence of his displeasure toy revoking a bequest of $12,500 which, he Introduced in his will tor a municipal bath-houin Grelz. Participation In the open architectural competition to select designs for the proposed German embassy building In Washington, is extraordinary heavy, no iless than 263 been submitted. The work of the committee ot selection, which Includes Prof. Peter Behrens, ,and oth- er promlnnet architects; Count Bern-storGerman ambassador at Washington, and Herr von Jabow, the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, will therefore be equally arduous. The bulPdlng Is to cost about $500,-00- 0, tho this limit will probably be exceeded on account ot the Increased expense of building. Among the competing architects is one American, who had earlier finished sketches tor an ambassy buKldlng and was therefore especially Invited to participate In this competition. Thousands of German emigrants died ot starvation In Holland ' this summer, whither they had gone In search of food. The victims wjere not persons, however, but bees, which .. the beekcepora of and tho Rhino districts take thousands of hives accross the frontier every tntm- -, mer to the great Peel heath? which In summer Is covered with masses of wltd flowers. Special trains are em- ployed to facilitate the transit of the honey-maker- s. This year, however, tho flowers bloomed later than usual aud many of the bees starved, so that honey will be scarco and dear In Germany this winter. e se sets-havinff, , West,-Phalla- j ,. f MSjMSfefiihUtfe. i J. : w iV- - ii Aa!jfc. ! .'Jttiui !.. i - - Mk 4l.j liHHHB MiwMI.MMI.MIIIII.il I1U ggg miMiwmmi.M h jM'WWfcii. wwyuwMJww Jf" TW"J " " t J I Don't Fa.il to Attend The GREAT AT HARTFORD, KY., SEPTEMBER 24, 25, 26, 27 i Biereer And Better Than Ever Before! Unusual attractions will make the event one long to be remembered. Many special premiums are offered lor competitive exhibits. See the catalogue for particulars. The speed rings offer chances for some fine racing. Extra special novelties and rare attractions are being arranged for and will be on hand to afford much variety for the four days' pleasure. It will be a great meeting place for old friends, relatives and acquaintances. Don't let the chance pass to embrace this opportunity. Much preparation has been made to make this the greatest Fair that Ohio county ever had. Reduced rates on railroad. WOMEN AND CHILDREN FREE FIRST DAY. For further particular's call on or address H m f 7 X v Dr. L. B. BEAN, Manager, 4 HAD TO SAVE HIS REPUTATION Hartford, Ky. A Lesson in Wool. county farmer within the pant two weeks disjtosed of his wool at tho price of 11 wnts per pound. Iist eur tho same farmer sold his wool at 25 centH per pound, Woo! buyers In this section state that there Is practically no market for i raw .wool. j Hero Is brought home one of tho 'first effects of drastic Tariff reduTar-Jictions. Under the Payne-Aldrlc- h woY. has enjowed a Protective duty of 11 ccnta per pound. When tho Underwood bill bocomcH effective thero wfll be no Protective duty on woo1.; and tho anticipation of the removal of tho duty has already do- .pressed wool jirlcea lower than they havo-bec- n Blnco 1890. Wheflng In telligencer. A Marshall ff ! Ct GUESTS AT KENTUCKY STATE FAIR, GOVERNORS DAY. Farmer Swallowed Horrible Compound ffiaSfrer Than Have Fellow Diners Laugh at Him. , ""My, Twit (hia coffee tastes good!" teaJd Mr. Lackey, as he ate a late sup-jnt- r to) UiiWtfA QA W t after a long day at the county rwjtaftEKnt-todHy?- have good coffee at the asked Mrs. Lackey, txtSXszg jcaother slice of bread. "Jt didn't taste very sweet to me," Mr. Lackey, with a chuckle. there any sugar on the "Xant you by thoni of the same disease. 1 feel 8urv they will benefit any case of oczetna." Tula shows wh.i thousands have proved, that Electric Hitters Is a moat effrotive blood purifier. Ita an excellent remedy for eczema, totter, alt rheum, ulcen. 1oI1h and running sores. It stimulates ller, klditejs and bowels, expels polson3, helps digestion, bulldn iyt the strength. Price CO cts. Satisfaction guaranteed by nil druggists. curo.1 myself . f5rti T?a't "5C&. o4 r, -- 'Vlill-m r aSBTW SBBBBBBbV 711 fff) BlBBBBawJtilltedSHBlBBBBBBBW fcTnBMSBBBBBBBBr SBBBBBMi yes, thero was plenty of sugar replied Mr. Lackey; you see I made a mistake, and ItC iv. a upoonful of salt." "Xcrcj mo!" exclaimed Mrs. Lackey. "Sva surely didn't drink it, Hiram?" "i bxl to." answered her husband. na wea there was a young fellow slt-:o-ji (sight by me, and I Baw right stvsy "ihrcl I bad done something r7UDG. hecauso he sort of grinned, and! nicked at another young man at UWe. I didn't know what the crttiiii) vau, though. The coffee tast-r.SjamJ of queer, but I didn't realize wjhRt the trouble was till I had about CnirririC it Then 'I got a taste of pure i?Jt Hkxat hadn't dissolved at all." "J3WM, J hope you had another good cv)i alter that one," said Mrs. Lackey. "Vim. 1 lind another," replied her lixukuytl. "I gave my cup to the uc&rcws, and then when It came back T. ttl2 io tlto young man, 'Will you pass no the Bait?'" jjlr.& "liUwiiu Lackey!" exclaimed Mrs. ljujue,1n bonified tones. "You surely iitOi put salt In your coffee 3fi iSie table," Food and Msdlcln. Asparagus Is considered one of ths healthiest of plants used for food, and is really a medicine as well ag a food. quick-growing Both 2 laslsssssMBWBssBMsgss GOV. U5E JAMES B. M9CREARY GOVERNOR kl. S.M.RAL5T0N. r J comes from Dr. J. T. Curtlss, Dwglht. Kan. Ho writes: "I not ortly have cured bad cases of eczoma In my patients with Electric Hitters, but also Glorious News, On Thursday, September 18th, during the 11th annual Kentucky State Fair, to be he'ld In Louisville Septem-be- r 15th to 20th, the guest of honor will be Gov. Ralston, of Indiana, and Gov, MeCresry, of Kentucky. The day -has been officially designated as Governor's Day. Indiana Day and Press Day," and is expected to be one of the most largely attended days of the fair. Blood Oranqes In Demand. ' SSSS)SS LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 30S East Market Celebrated (or atrle-- . perfect at, ilmplicitr aai reliability nearly 40 jreart. Sold in nearlr Te,T.ci,r lr"1 ,own In ' United Sut and Canada, or bjr mail direct. More aold thia any other make. Send lor tree ciUlorjue, MeCALfS MAGAZINE More aubtcribere tban any other fnhioa I magartne-rallli- on month. Invilmble. ' 'T'ea. patterni, lireaimakinK. millinery, plain aewing, fancy needlework, hiirJrewing, etiquette, pood itorlei. cents I Tear (north double), etc. Only & ruttem. including a free Subicrrna today, or rend for aaniple copy. VVONDESFITL INDUCEMENTS to A cents. Poital brlnga premium catalogue I and new cash prlte offers. Address tU HcCUl CO. I Ul W. Vtk St, NEW YOU MeCALL WW; PAT-TON- S I ' Sidon blood iisit hud to," roplled hor husband. Palestine oval the mostoranges Infrom prized are the rYoa km't Hiipposa I wanted those world, according to a tlrm of fruit yaavg tellows to think I wob such an Liverpool, which la rfd Sarin? r I didn't know salt from brokers In nearly a million boxesnow importing ot msxvf, do you?" Youth's Companion. oranges from that country. "1 i Kept Busy. "I suppose that with Jinks It was a case of marry In haste and repent at leisure." "Not exactly. His principal complaint appears to be that he has no leisure." Buffalo Express. The Implicit confidence that many people have in Chamberlain's Csjllc, CUftlera and Diarrhoea Remedy la founded on their experience in the use of that remedy and their ltnowl-edg- e of the many remarkable cures of colic, diarrhoea and dysentery that it has effected. For ro'e by all dealm. ers. There Under Compulsion. "You ought to be ashamed to spend the best part of your life in Jail," said the kind old lady to the prisoner. "Madam," reptled the convict, "don't blame me for it. I assure you that I am here against my wlll. the undersigned have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15. years, uud believe him prfectly honorable In all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by hla firm. kae d((donds. ""' 'To maeC this combination It was Waldlug, KInnan & Marvin, to establish a quinine factory He Jva, the British consul at Ohio. Wholesale Druggists, Tctledo, Itoil&vU, tnd thls has been done at Hall's Catarh Cure la taken InternI, Habere the first Java quinine produced. This Is described ally, acting directly upon the blood pm vS fHetit cuallty and equal In aud mucous surfaces of the system. reopeots w lao Desi European Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. kst rear the total produc- - per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. I cinchona In thei island was 8,- - Take Hall's Family Pit a for (,M0 pounds avoirdupois. com-Vdiicultl-kafioti i crnchona, and It bus tor years been regularly shipped tu PlrlUud. The large quinine mostly situated In Germany, themselves with the raw mate-ria- l fT-rrt- r In the Dutch market, and of late ysnurs the manufacturers have fco keep the prices at such low m to render the cinchona mprolltable. although the quinine have been earn-Ja- s 3ra produces about Oho world' supply of JQtrinlne Factories. two-third- s of manu-tufi.-titu- t, How's This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of, Catarrh that be cured by H&'l's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, "Five years ago two doctors told me RopIr Attack of Death. Street A cai.t Ohio. We, I had only two years to live," This startling statement was made by Stlllman Green, Malachite, Col. "They told me I would die with consumption. It was up to me then to try the best lung medicine and I mi began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was well I did, for today Way of Woman. No woman cares to face- an emer I am working and believe I owe my gsney without first powdering htf life to this great throat and lung cure nos. that has cheated the grave ot anfolly to suffer with Few, If any, medicines, have met other vlctfm." Its coughs, colds or other throat and with the unlfrom success that has Hung troubles now. Take the cure attended the use of Chamberlain's 50 cents and J 1.00. Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Rem that's safest. Price edy. The remarkable cures of colic Trial bottle free at all druggists. and diarrhoea which it has effected In almost every neighborhood have FOR FLETCHER'S given It a wide reputation. For esjle m. by all dealers. - LOUISVILLE, KY. The only and original poultry supply house south of the Ohio River. We keep a full line of s first-clas- Pill II TRY silPPiirc km mm Children Cry CASTORIA SSrSrSrSrSfle S Write for Price List. ajihSr, . n mi tii r nii.rjaifBiir'in m iig ti j'-r- wyy ) "ssslsWUHksBBU X FARM SALE! j FOR One of the best farms in Ohio county, "f 4 conn; r tv wrt" ' t'm f thai liked me, and breaths that FIRST PARALYZE THEIR PREY 'when, exclaiming In agony, "0 God! FRUITS O Ood!" the collapsed In a heap upon Wasps and Beetles Known to Admin, liter Antithetic! to Their Victim Before Killing Them. 1th o floor. I" IN THE HOT WEATHER taining 102 acres. All cleared and in cultivation, except 8 acres, which are in timber and enough to keep up farm for many years. 175 good bearing fruit trees; good four room cottage; good cellar, with dry room above it; two good barns one 40 feet square,the other 36x60. Six good strong springs of soft water; 70 acres of land is as level as city street. This farm is in a splendid .neighborhood, and has a fine market all around it for all farm products. Two miles South of Center-towlf four miles from Rockport; two and miles from Broadway mines, three miles to McHenry, seven miles to Hartford. One-haone-half t mile to Providence s mile to Central Grove church; mile to Stony Lone Star church; Point school house. Best reasons for selling. Price is extremely low, considering the quality of the land and its splendid location and surrounding three-fourthone-ha- lf church; one mile to 6 market. For further particulars, call on or write ! r V "T- BARNETT & FOSTER, HARTFORD, KY. I COURIER - JOURNAL I : : Wea 1913. You can not keep posted on current events unless you readjthe t COURIER- - JOURNAL Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATERSON, Editor weekly' rX courier-journaAND l : : : She never returned to the Nature's Provision for the Preservation of Health When the Merstage. cury Is Soaring. Poet Not Used to Society. It is hardly necessary to tell tho That the sting of the wasp which James Hogg, poet, known as thr punctures the nerve centers of a cap- - ,"Ettrlck shepherd," was never quite summer girl to add fruits to her tured caterpillar or spider usually, haDDV awav from the fields. Sir Wal beauty diet. There Is a whole mediparalyzes the creature Into helpless-- 1 ;tcr Bcolt tna(j0 a frtCnd of him. but cine chest of tonics to bo found among ncss, rather than kills It, Is well ne wn8 not a B0Caj jucccbs. "In a the fruits, and these are nature's known. The victim remains alive. In shepherd's dress," writes a historian, remedies which leaves no 111 effects. m, hands fresh from sheer Perhaps among the lonlo fruits, ap- the burrow or cell In which the wasp r.n(j stores It as food for the larva which, I Rearing, ho came to dine for the firs: pies, prunes and pineapples are most will emerge from the egg laid In tho jtltn0 ,u gcoU In, Castle street, and conspicuous. Of apples little need bo tho newlyt Ending Mrs. Scott lying on the sofci said other than that the axiom of our same coll. Therefore natcnea gruD nnus rcauy ior i . .immediate y stretched himself at ful childhood days, "gold In the morning, provision of living meat Instead ot length on another sofa; for, as he aft silver at noon and lead at night," has decayed carrion. ierward explained, 'I thought I could been abandoned. For the normal perThat "wizard" among entomolo- not do better than Imitate the lady ot son apples are golden whether eaten gists, the venerahle Fabre, has dis- the house.' At dinner, as the wine at night or noon. As both "food and , , are covered a similar, yet even more ex ipassed. ho advanced from 'Mr. Scott physic," prunes traordinary fact, In the hlHtory of tho 'to 'Shlrra' (sheriff), 'Scott,' 'Walter,' There is no simpler, pleasanter laxa- glow-worbeetle (lampyrls); name- - nnd flnajly 'Wattle,' till at supper he live than a handful of prunes. Soak ly, that It anesthetizes tho prey upon convulsed every one by addressln( them In a glass of wnter overnight which It Itself feeds, so that it may Mrs. Scott familiarly as 'Charlotte." and take them the first thing in the morning, drinking tho fruit juice and i consume Jt at leisure, and predicatmasticating the prunes thoroughly be-- 1 ed. This beetle, whoso brilliant phosFighting Grasshoppers. -' phorescence attracts tho eye In tho grasshoppers are prevalent in fore swallowing. If this simple reglGiant dusk of summer evenings, habitually tthe West Indies, where they are re men Is kept up for a week or so It hunts and seizes upon a certain small Igarded as a serious sporting proposl will clear out the system wonderfully snail In order to eat It. The curious tion. These creatures are active, pow- and also tone up the nerves. thing Is that the beetle anesthetizes erful In proportion to their size and ol The remedial powers of the pineapIf your the mollusk at the first attack, pre- 'exceedingly combative disposition. Ap- ple are truly remarkable. venting It from escaping by with- parently they would rather fight than throat Is swollen or sore, or Irritated drawing to safety deep within Its teat up the crops and vegetation. They with dirt after a fascinating motor shell. Upon finding the snail, the 'have spiked legs provided with spurs trip on summer roads, try gargling It beetle dpslies forward, and thrusting ,or gaffs, which they use as weapons In pineapple juice. Surely this Is out its sharp, curved mandibles, re- ,agalnst one another after the manner much pleasanter than the UBual lopeatedly stabs the side of the body of of trained gamecocks. A favorite pas- tions, and you will find It quite as Ub prey. After a few punctures the time of the Carib sports is to match a effective. Moreover, the pineapple snail becomes insensible and remains 'pair of these insect championB against contains a wonderful digestive fluid, in that deadened state for three or lone another in a regulation contest, so tho girl whose blotchy skin is due four hours a time more than suff- which Is fought on the fingers of a hu- to a poor digestion will do well to eat icient for the beetle to complete Its man umpire's hand often to his serithis fruit in large quantities, as it will meal. ous discomfort. There Is liberal bet- make easy the process of digestion and prevent the dull headaches, tho ting on the favorites. pimples and muddy skin of which she PASSED OVER FELT HE-Wis at present complaining. Bad, Worse and Awful. ' Within an 'Inch of space in bis latest Somewhat Peculiar Idea That Gave story, Bernard Capes treats us to EASY TO EXAMINE THE LUNGS Sense of Youngster a Great these three comparisons: Personal Injury. "His face was as white as a drained Physicians Now Enabled to Perform Rare Operations With the New Mrs. Flint, who always has an eye veal." "He gave a scream like a runover Bronchoscope. and ear for childish troubles, stopped one day on her way to a luncheon ol woman." An Instrument known as the bronher college class because she saw a "He staggered back with a sob that stout little boy who was standing near was wrenched from him like a hook choscope has been introduced at the hospital, Philadelthe curb and crying loudly. She' un- from a fish' throat." phia, to aid in the examination of the dertook to comfort the distressed lungs and to remove foreign subyoungster. j Smoked and Wrote In Comfort j She bent down, patted the tow-co- l smokers do funny things, stances therefrom. Inveterate One d Carlyle The bronchoscope Is ored bead, gazed into the 'says the Family Doctor. as if to wipe away the amoked ud the chimney with a de- - of the lees Is hollow and is surmount face, and made electric traces of grief. Igree of thougbtfulness for the feelings ed by a small mirror and an "Why, what is the matter, my deai rsf nOion tint linlvpmal In htl COndUCt. light: To remove a foreign body from (The famous Bishop Burnet, who, like 'the lungs, the hollow leg is inserted child?" asked she solicitously. got a vacation jmany another author, found compost-jtlo- n ,ln the mouth and permitted to pass "M-radown the throat until It reaches the and and I haven't!" he roared. facilitated by puffings of the "What a shame!" said the woman weed, disliked the Interruption vocal chords. With the aid of the "Then you don t go to the same of removing tils pipe constantly while mirror and light on the outer end an 'school?" I jhe was writing. In order to combine examination of the lungs is then made located. i "No, ma'am," came from the little .the two operations with due comfort and the foreign substance 'to himself he bored a hole through the 'This done, a small steel tweezer is ,boy, in a fresh burst of sorrow, "I go to school I broad brim ot bis bat, and putting hi passed through the hollow tube and iyet!" Exchange. Jkmgjtlpe through, it, puffed and wrote jthe offending particle removed. v 'and puffed Uh the most philosophiDr. R. S. Sklllern and his five as-Wofflngton's Farewell. , cal calm. , in the nose and throat PB flstants of the Institution are skilled triSir Johnston leave-takin- g of the theater umphant Oldest Submarine Cable. In the manipulation of the broncho'forms a strange contrast to the tragic The oldest submarine cable la active scope, and have been performing some , farewell of that popular stage favor-lite- operation in North America is said to rare operations. Such things as col--' pins, chick-je- n "Peg" Wofflngton, relates the Lon-do- be that across Northumberland strait jar buttons, screws,-safetChronicle. Peg was playing Rosa- It dates back to. 1853. bones, nails, and dried peas have ibeen removed. lind at Covent Garden on the night of May 17, 1757, for the benefit of two . The instrument affords specialists minor actors and a French dancer, an opportunity of looking- - Into the-- i I when she was overcome with sudden Jungs of tuberculosis patients. falntness. She struggled bravely on Far Infants and Children. until the end, when she staggered oft ' Didn't Think Much of Lecturer. the stage. Recovering after a few TbKMYNHaviAlwijsBwtli. Boston lecturer was A she came forward to speak the .to give one ot bis lectures in a westepilogue, but. bad proceeded no furBears the ern city In which be had a sister who ther than "If I were among you I Signature of bad a family ot several children. He would kiss as many of yon as had. twas the guest of bis sister, and his heard s that sleased me. complexions nephew, a lad of nine or ten years, wanted to attend the lecture. To this bis uncle said: "1 don't think that my lectmre would Interest you, Harold. You would be much better off at home and In bed. Now If you will stay at home and go to bed, I will give you. a dollar, which Is the price of a ticket to the lecture." ' "A dollar!" said the boy wth a gasp. "Why, uncle, It surely can't be worth all that! I guess that fifteen cents will be enough for you to pay me. Don t you suppose mai inai wm Ilbe bb much as It will be worth? lustrated Sunday Magazine. I I ' t. I ! Medlco-Chirurgictear-stainey Forbes-Robertson's n y Security Life Insurance ! ! O. i 2 Not the oldest not t the bifjgest but the in surplus security to policy holders. Highest ratio of' assets toliabilitiesamong-althe established life insurance companies in America. Everything absolutely guaranteed. No estimates. STRONGEST should carry a guaranteed policy in l t YOTT strong company. W. R.IIEDHICK. A this i J - Hartford. - Owcnsbro. O. C TAW Mill 1 ksssh HAVE YOUR SUITS 1 Cleaned i Pressed special attention. Hats Cleaned and delivered. month. Repairing and Dyeing neatly done. Ladies work given Repaired. Work called for and Club rate $1.00 per Hartford Pressing, Gift, Y.M. C. A. BLDG".r HARTFORD, KY. K ILL the COUGH 1 ANB CURE the fwUHCSI Kmsfs New D&SQvav FnRr9BS alib WITH JVL THHOATAUD LUWeTlWWJM: ., qPARANTEKD OK XONKX CASTOR A uruiww. AtIAOXO well-know- n &&&( M theLampOittfmi Notblflg Is more Important tn the Home tnan wear, sieaar light. Insure this by gettinc the oil that burns clear and clean without a flicker Uown to the last drop, ieiinsyJvanli ts crude oil rellned to perfection-Cos- on no more than the tant-wagsaves atONBt kind 6aves WORK saves eyes. Vour dealer has SOt,JTB OU. in barrels direct from cue-work- Save tym HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for $1.5 0. i Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- al $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. al i Judge's Good Advice. "You should be very careful In your Investigations of every case presented to you," said a New York Judge in impaneling a grand Jury recently. ".Many reputation has been (dea stroyed by the filing of unnecessary Indictments, and the dismissal of the Indictment does not remove the stigma upon a person's name." That Is good advice for any grand Jury anywhere. There is always danger of the thought that "this lsp't a trial; It Isn't calling him guilty; he'll have his chance later on; we'll Indict him on general principles." But It is hard for anyone to undo the damage caused by an unjustified Indictment. There would be no harm to the community if Indictments were made more difficult instead ot more easy. Boston Post. hard-earned Chas. C. SloJI OH Cou Refinery at Warren, We eell .the celebrated Cart" Auto om. Louisville. Ky. P.tre THE 8EW1NC MACHIMK OF QUAUTT.S . UNDER ANY NOT BOLD To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent to Us, Not to Courier-Journa- l. I ..W'jsW -- ' Mme. Marantette and her Imported Arabian High School Horses, Chief horse, St. PatGeronlmo and Sun Flower, and her unequaled head-linrick, who holds the world's record of 7 feet 1014 Inches, wllllje a attraction In the Hippodrome Show at the Kentucky State Fair, to be held In Louisville, September 15th to 20th. Mme. Marantette will alo show her wonderful trotting ostrich Gaucho, who holds the world's speed record. . hlgh-jumpln- g o OTHER New Way of Preserving Eggs. NAME. eggs has A new way of preserving been practiced In Bavaria recently WARRANTED FOR ALL TIME. which is said to be satisfactory. The eggs are placed in water of a temperaROME yoa wltl Uyou purchase-theHKture of about 95 degrees for a quarter have a life asct atthe price you wy, aud will of an hour. Then they are put on a not havoan endless chain of repairs. net, held for five seconds In boiling watefT and then, as quickly as possible, removed Into cold water. Tho eggs, still wet, are laid on a clean cloth and allowed to dry by expoeuro to the air. They must not be dried off with a cloth or towel, When they are dry they ure packed In a box with bran and ground peat. The box Is stored in a cool place, out of reach of m t it frost. Eggs thus preserved In Juno If you wuut a sowlin; machine, frHe B$ were found to bo perfectly fresh noxt our latit catalogue U:for you imvha Farming. March. Tte New Heme Sewn Uatop Co, Orv Eb.U&i) WQua&sr !iL . - - KSJRPs) JrtFJa"" w OI'iigii I I ....-- l n.rttuivj Catar4 rs . DAr-it-tlt-2- n hcm"'-""-""- ' Pwr-n2-r S nw. t J. NEY (Um. C. . EAfl.NETT. ,.,-t I ' Tn"i 9tt asrf au ., rtiiaa" - kr jjjj, tmj are 3a fUzJt re tfcT TT leaest " ot ocrtais' by M by hi M eos-utr- ed 4iJsl ' ra4 h a PLEASANT FIELD p! ?asn . Wrasa; the cf what comes of r 2s of rai. Ri?ht . rixit, ' "" -- J has tMi .--- rf ttmfcr f. er Is snyreas &a w Thia 3r- ' b--a frr --.-- OF HOLY WRIT vr - ao wrax. There a ti off. a aetraJ Sat on. Ta err u 530. WVj taf-j- ? LOOK AT THC HOMEY LacrTs THE TOCXC PEOPLE'S ttUT 2: j WC,SAVEP. fTHAT ThL WAY T& KEEP YUR. POCKET BOOK. "REOLVEO KT.aT!ON-SKITX- S. flLLED 15 PAY Liec Tie Karticri EeteBaa. . !- Aidrws aH .-- wendtttttci . .-- alil w --- Vfc -f W"" .., r .x QtJR;eHlBERS -. tiMuac ,Trr: mw mc w - -1 ."? Gmov mby have ' Sunday School Lesson Is I ISU. frlVfri s Gcldsa Calf, aomisati-d- . tor Jlsrykr ta L.- ! Jf. id tMdtar r a ml m pt te ! 2 Tjaocay pM- oest is- If - er- of 2 " - th HOC. Te P"9e as .' "rt"r - t?i' H - Ctil. xsyiai ss Star? cf Takss ft -- tku is astfaUnx Cos sonrw Ter?a.-- - t&tss r srest. OldHTfOHSHOESYOU BUY V CAH SLL More Than You NOT To Y?aTHtBTAND ,5-A- YOU A10NCY. HI! Aaorai -- - r "- - .at r- n3a. . tr 00 aiaMfcr nm pfce thktke ettai Lyrsrr: .DAT sEFTEMSeH . r l; teHKtaCK sat Hmtjr kC3 flk- 13 aSOfttfcf rr Tort Cter wrote - alaftoa 2aX ac potr mew T r!n-- rsww 7 BUT3 MS Wt 7i o.hw T a- . . r w - u- - T- - ?." -. i- -- ... ... wr - v!. hKrridoui6QLWEX " j enx ai Cot enr 3&r tofcae- - Zojm aors tke Car aei tC Xw Trc Sac Jtosela lt 3i J pteMjr H. TH2 -?-- Ln3t li. 19I3L. CALT. Siar-5- o Xz- - Lcara Sactyje. xa.I b rfc av: x a Aat Swcy e1- - TV iwir: ms scfll w. !! Sac it GrM 9fc?:a- MteffK-arfr Tii'-T- ! eeairi-""- s jaaisz .: oa lax TiS "0ID.SS caacss. Vf S?ai a t - Ufc HP L. . a; . - i& a ' irapi r-- au . SB l. 3i i3 2 awr sim- - XAlkMji s.f-- i .- e? casrt & - JCT pi n -- BilT .- . sao, i m - jj -a uaiy.' a. 1 ,y i. . . .. yws A..X rwi - aed. ar a.1 ti b ?lal Tb prtiur: of on li1 sor liaa .lis? Sf the otier :Uo c9BJitenB BKfKW xgde sa ta je9fc. tt 3J C t 3v Iirt2Ciaiae aimbrs ot Cs-g- r rjyaeaeiat ti rototSn- iaT aa eaaj time. Ta? cancas Ist3. IaipijnnKit juajs iaia v-- h. o.s aH tae taiaiJi? ror eia. v Tadr aw scctr Loo3 1U tie Hipa3"Vai V co- - rf ioca icili at xh LreaJainr; aad ha pEed to aU "Bob" Taoxaaa aaad a; caa jr?-caa? aa zo iptestioiLS ais -- e S5t3 aoci's Imni Wasaszjuyryaacr to sio'v siat aaifcr ?iti- It - praodlaz, aader tae racall or xi- THE T03ACC0 PI03LEM. raaied 9rraEver? jjjjj .jie iooacca zr3-- rs at fer jpaciz:at. orzaafcatloa caa. eonpass irs pBrpcs. t tie ace scttca attempt aa rra of 1 543po!ar tadiffreace. arrjes- -i jubKc wifci sill .ncinde everrtjoi a tie Tobacco Tnst ia- tie damper tie a opiaica -- icier aaiSe-- s. bus7 aad orzaais mediate!? toois tt tooarxo crowd of ta owa. With "For tarzs of ia. rfca isae tai-- c zvns. Bw ue :taas xsd iiffse ar deteraie ae- b- Jia?. xrsnrl - iu Jr on jy jj- - ssflr: ( e ii-- i mC Jle WiUuai Stooat. Seot 'roni iptrxcaiir C Gci. TVs C3tM a Taai -. sr Use T"ai'i TisitT - gaffaifinai, It "ai a eriaii rnTf ieaie lor cssoc tie i yewna i Use arfiaw. aj ti4 iaer g afiial & iot ace k Ta - test aa scaajr Larar. aai tae I-- it - jk- a. Lases u f - tsaeacaaeat . .. a i3y . fstttarStates. u unia.f a ii -J usitsd xnj. Tiejr t-- t- ?oQ'i ar a iuaooj ne WITHOUT 600D LEATHER. No ONE CAN MAKE GOOD JHOE J. ONLY THE bZST J GO INTO T'dZV??Z?S AND BOTWE KEEP OlR. TOM J Of OUR. JHOEJ. DOWN To THE BOTTOM FH.ICEJ MA-TEP.I- AL hap-ica- ed E p-j- p.e r?. anp-ac- Woeki h i n tir iaJ r esy taer md. 5 fc rset -- is sfiiBr WK7 to Km Uiar Sw --- MHEtii ptrs i c iir-lia- zs 'u -- srri - tii this aj- - jesea v is " Aaat ia?r, IsS Jads- - Sasuel '"aaa. jrfaa-wie- a x jgddca --pidccjc at fear aad j j,j. a atisdeatfaaor aad -- orersear-g ' aad tiers a an wsrnas persac- - a eaadact." Aeoiced. -i jscjj TKa?aad ir. Ta-- iaci lerai Jadz jass H, Pk. ' y Szr?t -- dpfc-i .'or Usee tie Jor -- arwuarr coadact- jsof 51iau. Wki t ieaT'siir ii?c isijad?5 W--,t E. Haaiphr;r. tti Ai ..ls r,,.-.- . ciue-i- bc prws . itaz drop!. Fderai Jndr Joaa Kct; - -.- .-n i - aa-ac- 4 I z3 sov-rasse- az bst tani wori doae h? tie Supers aad Wiater is .Tasag adtaiasitered ?Qgc beat," tie hardaa.pi yalca tier ia7e aader- gece to or?aaize aad bold nt 51200 TOSltlOnS- tcz better pr.crs. Tie Trasc pays io be- - Tie EoSa? Gir2 Htains Cai- good prsc-- s ta tie farai-r- s crowd, aiacea deli?-- 7rsit7 rscsiT- -i iocs ta its ail Tast ry easy for tien aad otiervae doGar Tacaac:s 21 oae vlae aulllfies tie contfest. 't costpiiaace itaa is -- 1 to ?ua ai-- aaxo tis M a ralt af tie CItU 'ftar aad con- -; tars TSou siait a j. zt- - aaa?e" tisr sZE. r iot-- i aad iron offic. inirsd iana to aiaie aae. Ciar-r- r Habiasoa. of 15Gor. Charles unprov- -r con- that Aarro 4:2, a, iaT-- jae-snaeeaehi for ' ?d ! e.i fiais ws ia nuss; !a tier xnaH- -. aap-ac- ad for rebUioa NOTCH, AND IT IS MONEY IN YolR. POCKET To 5UY YOUR. JHoEJ TR.OM VS. IT WILL ALJo PAY YOU To BUY TR.OM US. EVERYTHING YOU NEED, BECAU.SE WE CAR.R.Y QUALITY MERCHANDISE AND JELL IT FOR. ONLY A FAIR. PR.ICE. tir a ir telT-haadred-xs- t3 bclda oat iadacemeata to tie as- members of tie other rsal tctacco growers orsaaisation to joia start- then. Eftceatiy tiere has d aa effort ta coniiae a2 ot tie diiferear tooacco orsaaisatioas. xad if pcwible daiiaate tie one coatroQ- td by the Trasc Calesa tais caa be tax, tie tocacco growers of Sea-- f w2I either remaia Sn alaTery er be compelled to grow some other The latter la what they BtooW do, bat It is a diriicait mas- .ter to chaage la a day from one pro-- uc or money makiag Use to aaoti- especially where mea tave growa iaco thia Uae from one gsaeratioa W aaother for more thaa aa hundrrf Some objection has been rais- ed to the new orgaaizatioa becaas it Im a secret one. Thia anoId be ao provided the movement is maaagea ay ccox ofwu, aiiu u? uju WSO cav; iae oesi unerva 01 uioi ccuntry at heart. Those who ia not propose to see the hiws of the land violated aad yet by thce who do propose to 3 that the hardest work- lag c!as of people In America are cot iujpt m raaa and tatters by a gnndlns monopriiy. which while it diva-n- d oa its Xfaya a 50 per nt cooara jux-h- , ia um7 min to 11- low tie produor of the arduct upoa whicb this eanrmoiia profit :a mad. cne tenth ot one per eat prifit on tie Invescn-a- t after a fair return for wagei deduoui. Thai wibaocn problem ia a grave one, and one which should eniisit the best thougnt .n all our coimtry cf the best Thia .a tie reason rliat Iarera, lif wrs, mes-ha- au and men of all are admitod to thia aswxiia-tioWe are ail 3iore or lesa mter-este- d dependent and more or a upon a profH-- r solution of thia iues-tio- n, grow towhethor 'e actuall bacco or not. We trial that wisdom and pnoenci will prevail and that a Just w'uuon a III be found. ba wec Tiac acaool mi Tel -- ry year for tar-- cases iewkkeeprs. steaograpaers graph operators aa ir py A!r?adv FSit DV apca as ji ssay r- teie- sap- aad caa - ICrt tae .-j c-- j y of tie anear Tarf jrospecta that sagar 1 to be oa" jC 54 e Qt the jagar'beet: factory at Chaaka. growa yjaa buyers of sugar 1011. hare aotified the Ja un tirousa' Mr HeTaa. the local q ot j ajj j maa .a- - tijj. op ,' 7 ov., J4j:(, ? tor - 7a- - xbia ta a cat of tea b,fow T3at waa paid rg jjj jj p year j, or jijjg season' i y mKla the dfcStmction saduK-- i- ia thia lo- of g mmT callt7 altogether Ir ia aa iafaat ia- dtt8tr7 nftro 30"much ao hi fact that vl 30t prpsxd to compete Chinese aad Jaaapes labor- or3 at Eawasrand the caeap Spaa- ot raba. The- - snouid iah u b ojrpcted to. Thia 01 onlv one 0j a 513 aiany industries that will - ., aniinni.nn nf th h Democratic rrTrade !ai, aad it y g0 jjjja eff- - as aow prop- pHl- - mlht jiict aa vU pre- r a, -- tobftyr . j3Kar ' ,. Z'Trs .p.e -- 3- rnry- .- xis pari 01 -- ramer - Tar- sousrry aaica?the --mrTrr of a ..-- j. On j xaaai g-- bf-e- !a ag- 'at caaaecttoa with a sale of j iomis. Acamtied. ra. or tac ie ma deitir ay- - 15S Joaasoa. impeacied .' safai Jr02211? aaaLs aa- - j,r j;,,. Cnited States Seaata for :a? iop--j of attaitflnt j!1- - -- atga na:s and aiisdwaeaaors." wu oti-- r atrr Uh "rapidity AT st .Una acaauted by a court ot unpacamaet; a? Cars. Ee a?at. 0 Sir omapoetri of tie Catted States Sea- -, aa jasy-cjias aefit. bat: had ao ate xijjj e chief. Justice of tie e Lasted atatea aoprase Lourt. a j. si-- i- a. raeUtia occxsaai 05 isici. tie dla ZS their hearts tarat baci. tn ErpC iSoreraor Earrison Rd. of aa Stetea af2re-i- . Thar jiittenaa a hap-aci- ed for "aIiiood aad uaae eamrd ia the xaa woalc S a jjj a(ciat asaticrs." Inip!aci- d rtiustttate for the nrdotjd piiiarcnc tfroppM aad coatinu'Hi la -id the sae of 57PCs hiased A5H officeL T,rctt b-- aa a TO Gov aader waica they WUliaai E. Eoldea. of thejaiTa froai the-- - Caroiiaa. lnrpcied for -?- 21 "rrar o if-:-r a3rer rn'irTTralter3- - spil aapriaoameat. aad iXeipiny de5 carairal of .dnlarry wa at da-- ajcauatiea in a statu of iaaar-proene a-- a5 torsi of i!o- - re-j- on. ied::t Rejaovi from oKtce aad appeared. Cacoaseots of tiie jyrn- - disqualified from asaia holding ofrxe of hi action, he ta boUcu ennnvrr carollna-ia- ct hid Ihe :ao,ea olt Powrtil Chiyton. of Ar--r, dahed; ISTT-- Gor !o,r s!lKa on tie noc3ca "a impeached for conspiracy to 2n? iJr aU tiI3e :he 3troI1eat-- P0""1" ' remove the Ueutenaat. Goveraor from bifc eJnPta: t36 Pbrase. "the jjj, office senate recommended brokea Jaw." Nx: he attached the itMal of charjea aad the Impeachstly image, taking the sacite fra- - mf.at proee-d!waa dropped. e broken taoleta to pui- ea:3 ot vsnCor. Darid Butler; of (trait the uio1' Earing done what jbraska. Impeached for haviag miaap- -Pn-Kd- eat a rsailty only Mtie .a aops of !- h-- - ,jncr ,3. a a 1 -- si. J CARSON & CO. IMCORPODATEO. a H-- Hartford, Kentucky. A 1ETHEL. Sept. 1j. Jfr aad Mrs. 7rs n ct. IW WCaon ti, .T. dis-7ea- rs. Eennetr, of Oweaaixiro spent a few days last wek with frteeds ot this place. Mr. and Mrs. Hermaa Barr aad Miss Pearl ilay visited Jlr aad Mrs. J. B. Sparta, ot near Hartford. Sat-ord- ay ng h.t ',e i ,.i n- .,.,, thf"n.(vA 'or SstherrZIe ila.7 fh- - Viadicaajr and rnmviuenra. Rfonhllrein Hi A Blander. average rftizen Iooica upon the The Tariff schedules aa more or less of j. problem. The Wirma are strange and he deraiJa confusing, hut when it cornea to bananas and the increaae iu ootft on account of a duty all can aee j.rui andHrstaaiL Tbe fad, that the 'Jovernment has aiidei vxn mtlion dollars to the banana oill will vi !ijv:r several timed that sum by The Impeachment of Solzer. 'he time the Increase reaches the Yestaria a New Voric Hnlge de- 'onauOTer. Thre la no 'iiaulae, no clared null ami rold the ratr!ctJona diffusion of the tax. It la a Imposed oy tae Nev York conutltu-tio- n on a single ancle. It ia a blundupon the power of the legiala-tar- e, las er, hut the people will hay eto foot In spii aeMion at the ''ail of the (Ml! City JJist the .me. tie Goveraor Journal. It is a decision iuU.nlng a mot revolutionary course followed by one. What Mr. Wilson eais a "corapet- mve Tariff,' ftir ant of a hotter branch of the Lgialature under . . from ram ma 07 hail. trm bs apply to hw near 111 not H omt single ail- Tbla same leijlalative body baa ao- - measure, quitted ouaUn, a ;tul4e. ia Use fane iMtional doflara worth of goods and cf erldewe moat dutnning. It baa ac- - prfjdnata abroail. What It will do wH UUittfcd utut at .ia wn mtMniHtrtac. be ta open our nmrkera to torein- mw- - maite gooda, ta lncreohe Iargfefy our cased at 'axing onuM.and Imports ami very largely riue. If btr la how m the uaitriUiry. This lUeBtiiw, aa wi the jownr of tun ont aUogttir, the $6J!2.0V)- .thia Ltslatur to wuieauh a Ger- - m balance of ttaile now In our favor ' eallwl for an- ilUvan ibuLt Ujrton. nor at a spial other and 'ierinti iurnMM. will bi Field Seed deaided Satunlay on a motion to 4is- aolire ar. inj'inetlon fpranttnl mt JUd Top 5d. saolc fnehnle.1, Tlrootliy reutialnfcig thi SHt hum furthr 2S mm par pstind. sate by stays hi htia ariminol ruwjlmcy i2T $S.J yir biwhiil. ' W E. ELLIS, Tha iatBackment that failed m brtb-tker PrJdaee Mareboat, to to bring a HarJord, K7 lue !a now to follow tinea that r- - MtL n. tn-r- It Is tat aaln Tiiy Bt Fr prg a removed from office. 3taIr-- ! 1372-G- or. S ,inaat a3151 UP Henry C. Warmoth. of caa of 5,nai' ta Jhhovahrs P" ( Loutelaaa. Impeached on charges that jace aad tiere Titil a Patriotic mo- - ae offered a JMJK-bribe to Lieut, -- on taat to express itaelf Gor ptacabaclt. The Governor's term broiea aad elliptical sentence. caaj,. enli before the trial and to larael's behalf withjeie Impeachment wm dropped, onlyl ist-- iv. abandon and Albert Ames, ot JUs- by Paul when he wished him j 9laippl. Impearhed on charges that .. . ;uc wiwuuru un -- uu: ui connecxion with pnonn labor con THE TEAi'HEH'3 L.tXTER.V Keel affirsia that the drcum- - tracts. He resigned and the charges nances aader which the Saw waa giv- - were dropped. iSTC of War U". W. Bel'sa on Mouar Sinai amountwl to an "abbtilata enalavemnec of 'he human knap. Impeached by United States individuality by the -tv ot the Senate, but he resigned bffore the lrcum-- 1 impeachment waa voted, and. cona- 'Urine personality ' The dread and 'luently, waa aci(ulitvd for lack ot itaacea solemn, and appropriate-- j ao, but Juriadlction. at IS76 Lieut, Gov. Alexander K. not to the extent of eaa!av-nsen- t. event waa of the nature of a via, of Mississippi, impeached on the eovenant ahlch implies the free con-- ! charges of having sold a pardon to t ot both parties. The people ot a negro murderer, while the Gover-rd their own accord ud, "All that tiw. ' nor waa absent from the State. hath spoken, we will do " That moved from office and disqualified wre not raetaniorphoaed j from again holding public offce in 'he e into rallginiia automatons ia evident j Mlaaippi. from their shameful lapte. Theywers, 1312 Robert W. Archbald, United perfftly free to rwxle from the States Circuit Judge, asalgned to the covenant which had been ratified in V. S. Court of Commerce. Removed the thunders of the mount. They ac- - trom office and disqualified from tually did ao. Such Ja the fateful ele- - again holding public office under th menr ot s.i'fhood which Inheres in Government of the United States, nations aad Individuals, and devr- mlnfes their destiny' It ta a dread f&y Y00r TaieS. t, exalting the rilpienc to high- -' now Taxea for tho year 1912 . . st heaven, but making hia fall to d ..eiVe lowi-aThe grievous same. Owing to a new law passed hell poastble. eoniKjfiuences of ain, ita penlawnt and durlnj. iar t ecialature. relative . aimot inerauiraaie nature, nav a preparjns tjje receipta, all taxes . stanlln;j Jlluairatioa in thta clrcum- - .,, j (. Mh 0Mce o atanoe. It turned into a Hebrew pro- - pjeaae call aad pay your taxes at to la- erb, 'Xo affliction hapix-n- a earliest convenience rael In which there ia not 10 me par- T. H. BLACK, Uclo of the dust of the golden calf. , Sheriff Ohio County. The gold wire, aftar all, ia not so modern aa we suppoaed. Mom-- used ' Ohio County Fair. It three thousand year? ago when ha mada Israal swallow hia own god. Ha, For above occasion the L & N.. Tha will sell round trip tickets from Mad- "soured It Into their bowela.-- ' utter futility as aoII aa shameful ain- - Isonville. Elmiuh and all Intwrme- atadons. to Uartford. On iHlnesa of adopting mtasurs ot ex- - dlata oenu for the piileney "hen moral prinoiiilta ara fare plua tivjnty-flv- a at stake, ia here ex(Rit!ifiil. Thd round trip minimum tare SO cta.. jaault ahould be th strongeat po- - Dates of sale Sept. iith, 26th, 20th slble dctarrent, The desperataly poor and 27th. Final return Hmlt Sptam- H. E. MISCHKE, Agt. out" Aara mado at It is a fair som- - ber 28th. evil, the mediator of the old cot- - , yi-'s- i .io.uw ui jiaic luuia. & " fxd. trdes Mr. aad Mrs. Charlie Tabler, ot GtenriUe. were the psesta ot Mr. aad Mrs. Abb Jolly Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wauon, of near Hnin, spear Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hudson of this place. Miag Lattye Sparks, who has been Tsilting frienda and" relative of tort places eturaed home Sunday. Mr. Noah Jolly went to Livermore Tuesday. night aad Soaday. self-oolivi- nttke. o.i w-r- e coofi-ss-dl- y , ent If the purty who store last Saturday or Sunday night, opened the safe and broke open the private cash box. will return the papers and noted contained therein, no queation will be asked or trouble caused. Said papers are ot no value to anyone except ourselves. ACTON. LIKENS Hartford. Ky. ,JQtU Notice. Notice ia hereby given that on Mon-daOctober t. i'JU, the said date being the time on which the regular term of the Ohio County Court ill be held, tha undersigned petitioners represent would respectfully that the public convenience, wlahea and needs, reiulre a road and highway shorjd be laid out and built as follows: Viz: Beginning at a point in the Hart" ford and Paradise read, nour Hope-w- Jl church In Ohlc county, at tha rarm of J. H. Miles", running thenea m a Northernly direction. crosalU tha laud of tha said J. H. Mile, a distance of about four hundred jurds; thunce on tha Una betweou tha huids D. Shall, about six of A. F. & thence, over tha hundred yards; land of Wallacu Browu .ibout four hundred and seventy yards; thehva -on tha line between E. U. and ton Wlttiaiua, about ulght hundred and thirty yania; thence ou tha Una between Laytou Wlliloma and W t'. Overton a land about una hundrvd yards, tlieueo ovr tha land ot J. J. Russull about four hundred yards, thencu with a lino bKWMn J. J. Rusaall aad Eh1a Wllllauia about mo hundred and savonty yards, thenca over tha iland of Elvis Will-laabout tlv hundred and fidty yarda. theneo ovr the land ot J. t Clark about ttto hundrvd and Uenty intoi: yards, to Intersect the Rochport and Paradise road about oae haadred aid fifty yards northwest cf said J. Clark's resilience,, a tctal dlstaace of about 2920 yards. The petitioners thtrefore pray that the Court have the said propcol road viewed, established aad according to the laws ot the State of Kentucky. Notices having been posted la the vicinity of the proposed road. In three public places according to law , setting forth the route ct the said proposed road. Signed. Albln ShuIL J. R. Shut. W. D. Shull. W. C. Overton. J L. S. Entfer. Everett Brown. J "j R. R. Hope. Henry F. Roll, R. L. England. H. B. Stom. I R. D. Browtv I t ccn-struc- 1 G. W. Campfiucd. J. E. Montgociury. Joe Borah. C. H. Brown, C. F. Elliot. George Greer, Taylor Grant. J. J. Greer, R. W. Taylor. J. N. Berry man. G. W. Brown. N. M. Ta.llor, Silas Taylor. J. .M. Meffcrd. C. . I Da-Th- ' Re-Lo- KiwWr. In cvmUluiicM with Chapter 110 the Aets of the Ueueral .Vssembly of T. l. Tailor. d us Kentucky, 1 hereby publish th uuticv. 'l IK ItKXTON. KiMd. Kutclnoer Ohio ceuuty. Kentucky. J)i2. fort;-gol- Leara Telegraphy. The Uowliutf Oreou. Uuslness University furulshea oivjtulors to tvkenty-sL- x ntllrvuda. It ha4 nveiUly revelv-e- d one hundred aud eleeu eo.Ua for operator but hod only thlrty-sevo- n tuen who were tvid.v for- - ork. Get tha fre literature of the school and leant all about U. t . ! , ll. s Nineteen Miles a Second, without a Jar, shock or disturbance is tha aful apeevl ot the earta through sioce. Wa wonder ut such ease of nature's utuveuiout. had so do those Nvho U&a Dr. King's New Ufa Pills. No-- rlplns. no dlstrs. just thoroujjh work that brings gov.4 health and fhw feeUas. 25c at aC druggists. 1 ma ifc"' ... ..L - ii - - ya a ''' &- ij ffrwpj ji' '"- i!7ya3laBaaaS3aMaWsamBMaB-aaajajJg- M It MILLINERY OPENING We extend cordial I .wears, jonn m. uisnop ami ucorgo Mr. W. E. Newbolt has accepted the position of Janitor for Hartford Col Carson, Ccntcrtown; and John D. Wakelnnd, of Martwlck, Ky., Rro atlege. Mr. J. V. Marks will" leave today tending tho U. A. It. reunion nt for New York City .to attend to Chattanooga, Tcnn., this week. business matters. Polk (Jllmore, Joe Hartdor, B. F. Mr. K. W. King, the Jowcler; has itcssuiKiT, j'orusviiie; anu u. u. moved his business Into the store of Bean, Olaton, were among the old Biildlors or thu County who attended A. Barker, on .Main street. I ', i .......... . t Millinery We extend to the ladies of Hartford and vicinity fc f f ., Among our callers Tuesday were tho big reunion at Chnttanooga this Messrs. L. K. Harrel, Mcllenryj T. week. E. Dirtier, Democratic nominee for An Informal reception was held at into you a Sheriff Ohio county. Hart foul College Monday evening nt Prof. W. It. Iledrlck has return- which time Hie building was turned ed from Odin, HI., where he visit over to the Hoard of Education, who ed his father. While away, Prot. in turn handed 'the keys of the bulld- Jlng to President Brown. Prof. Mc- H oil rick visited In St. Louis, iMo. Henry llhoads, who was engaged to Lunches prepared In a hurrj, ccid deliver an eddrcss on that occasion, drinks, cigars and tobaccos, fruits was prevented from coning, on ac and Ice cream. Next door to .Moore's count of illness. Splendid talks were Meat .Market. made by Elder W. B. Wright, who 10H. EARL BARNES. delivered Jhu Invocation; Judge John Mr. James Lyons has opened a B. Wilson, Judge J. S. Glenn, Attor pool room and fruit stand In the ney Ernest Woodward, Supt. of Coun Ikavrln-Uarrass building on Main ty Schools Henry Leach, nnd Attor street, formerly occupied .by R. W. ney J. P. Sanderfer. Mr. Sauderfer'a King, tho Jeweler. address was particularly fitting, on ac-- 1 Oilly one marriage license has been count of ha being the only surviving of the Board of Education,' Issued at th6 county clerk's office member years ago completed who thirty-fou- r slnco our last issue. It will i issued to on having erected what Is. Harrison Duncan, Yeaman, Ky., to the work now known as "old Hartford Cotflege.'l Dolly Payton, G.aton, Ky. Ills address was enjoyable and in Silks, When you come to the Ohio Coun- structive. Ices, cake and chocolate ty Fair next week bring along a were served In the lower halls by the dollar to renew your subscription or teachers, aided by many assistants, subscribe for The Hartford Republic- and quite a nice 'little sum was rcallz. an. Fifty-tw- o weeks for one dollar. ed to purchase shades for tho winshall By Monday everything will be in dows. The patrons of the school who khapo for tho Ohio County Fair .which furnished the cream, cake, etc., are SatIs to be held here next week, and due many thanks for their assistance promises to be a great Fair. Hun- In making this money, which Is needdreds of people are expected each ed at this particular, time. also in day. Field Seeds of All Kinds. Visitors to tho Ohio County Fair Have a big stock, bought early in aro cordially Invited to visit The Hartford Republclan office during season. Can furnish best grade of their etay in Hartford. Come and Red Top Seed as cheap as you can stay, a',s long as you like. Center St., order them. For sale by W. E. opiKslte the court house . ELLIS, Produce Merchant, Hart7t4. Hartford has never had a line of ford, Ky. Kodaks before, but we will from Death of John L. Harriett. now on carry a full line of the best, (which Is signified by the brand) Mr. John L. Barnett died at his Eastman Kodaks, Films and Sup- home, Arden, Arkansas, Wednesday plies. morning of this week, after a proJ. B. TAPPAN, 9t4 tracted illness of typhoid fever. Mr. Jeweler & Optician. s carrying the Barnett was born and reared at Beda, MrO Ottoc.Martin-i'rural route mall of .Mr. Prjlmer this this county, being the eldest son ot week, during th lateter's absence L. D. Barnett, and Is remembered while on a visit to Indiana. Mr. Mart-t- by many of the f Mzens of the counwill clso carry the 011811 for Car- ty, having been prominent in busirier Frank Lowe, while Mr. Lowe Is ness and politics here many years attending the State Fair, at Louis- ago. In early manhood, he married Miss Pauline Barnett, who died sevville. years ago, and he had contractDr. J. R, Pirtle has purchased the eral ed a second marriage only about old Y. M. C. A. bufjdlng from Mr. ago. He was in his R. E. L. Slmmennan, and has now three months sixty-fift- h year of hs lage. He leaves empVoyeed to re a crew of workmen City Restaurant sells fresh Bread model the entrie building, which will several children surviving. His reevery day in the week. 9t4. be used for Dr. Plrtle's dental of- mains were Interred at Arden, Ark., fcby 'the side of bis little daughter, Mrs. W. H. Moore, who has been fice. When completed, the office will who died several years ago. ,We exFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. be one of( the best of this kind in 111, Is no better. dangerously tend our sympathy to the family. Kenuckty. Mrs. Austin, of Beaver Dam, is the Hartford College began Wednesdaughters, Mrs. Z. W. Removal Notice. M. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table guest of her day morning for the session of 1913-'1- 4 Griffin and Mrs. Hooker Williams. I have removed from the Heavrin- very flattering prosand under at Hartford, Ky. Messrs. W. S. Tlnsley and Frank pects, Indicating this wL11 be one of Barrass Building on Main street, Hart attending the Kntucky tho best years In the history of the ford, to next door in Barker's dry L. A N. time card effective Monday Lowe aro State Fair at Louisville this week. school. Renewed enregy Is evidenced goods store, the Barnard & Co., old Aug. 21st. uT glad to of my m. ', Don't fail-readtbe advertise- upon the part of the faculty, pupils stand. Shall bemy new see all During No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. old friends at stand. ment of the Ohio County Fair, which and patrons. Quite a number of out dally except Sunday. appears in The Republican it his week. of town students have enrolled, and the fair it you want anything in the due 1:15 p. m. Jewelry line I will have It for you vNo. 114 North Bound Mrs. A."W," Bennett and little many more are expected later. dally except Sunday. and I vlll GUARANTEE to save you daughter, of Lawton, Okla., are visitOn account of thoTatn Tuesday No. 115 South Bound due 8:45 a. m. ing relatives here and near Kronoas. there was no ball game here that money In anything in my line. R. W. KINO, dally except Sunday. Misses Leila "Glenn and Winnie morning between Hartford and SulJeweler & Optician, due 1:46 p. m. Slramennan will ileave Wednesday phur Springs. The game at Taylor No. 113 South Bound Hartford, Ky. lOtl. dally except Sunday. for Nashville where they will enter Mines between that team and HartMISCHKE, Agt H. E. ford was called off by the manager Bchool. Kentucky S. S. Convention. Democratic of the Taylor Mines team and no Mr. J. "B. Renfrew TlTe Forty-eigh' State Convention, game was played Saturday. The nominee for county court clerk, was Association, Mr. Shelby Stevens left Monday a pleasant caller at The Republican Taylor Mines manager stated that Kentucky Sunday School Murray. team had not been working for LoulBvllle, Ky., October 7 to 10. Railhis for office Wednesday. sveeral days, and would probably be road rates, one fare plus 25c for round Mine Mary' Laura Pendleton roturn-c- d Come to us for your needs in Fall called to work In the mines Satur- trip. Hast Thursday from Louisville. Goods. Our stock U day, and asked for a Sunday engageand Winter Mrs. J. S. Glenn and daughter, now complete In all departments. Notice for Ditch Letting. ment, which was refused by ManMiss Leila returned from Owensboro CARSON &CO. Geo. A. Barnes, ot al., ager Casebler, or tho Hartford team. Tuesday. For Motion. Moving "plcturo "shows every Fri- Hartford will play the strong Llvia, E.'U. Pondloton left Tuesday day Mrs. Put .o Ditch or Drain. and Saturday nights at Dr. Beans Ky., team here Saturday afternoon. visit for Owensboro where aho will Pursuant to an order of the Ohio opera house. Now songs and new Several Hartford citizens who aro rt'atlvcs. County Court, 'n the action of Geo. Admission 10c. pictures. Interested in the school hero havo i iBarnes, ot al, motion for a pub See us for Dress Goods and LinMrs. F. I..7Fellxleft Tuesday for started a subscription for the pur- A. Btock Everything new and ings. lic ditch or drain, the undersigned Louisville, to be itreated at tho Nor- pose of creating a fund, with which CARSON & CO. Drainage Com complete ton Infirmary by a Louisville spec- to grade the front of tho lot on Ohio County Board of arMiss Goren Floner, of Cromwell, accompanied by her Union street, and build a sultablo missioners will on Monday, September ialist. She was -rived in Hurtford Tuesday to enter son, Mr. Douglas Felix. concrete walk and approach to the 29, 1913, at 10 'clock a. m. at the ,court house door In Hartford, KenHartford Cdllege. Lunches- cold ""drinks fee cream, budding. The citizens have respond- tucky, retl.ot to the lowest and most Our Shoo stock is fruits, cigars, etc., served day or ed liberally so far, and the fund Is responsible bidder, the construction We can supply your wants. night. Successor to Herbert -- Chlnn. already assured, but everyone wIFl of a ditch or drain in the above stylCARSON & CO. bo given an opportunity to subscribe, Next door to Moore's Meat Markot. A list of those together with the ed cause. liberty, is 10U. EARL BARNES. Miss Luclle Taylor, ot Said ditch being approximately one amount subscribed will bo published the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. On our "eighth page today will he three-fourt(1 miles Hong dn our next issue. The raising of and and Mrs. Pen Taylor. found the advertisement of the fall and containing CC.545 cubic yards; the by the cltlwms Is necesNow Sulla "Tor men and ladles. oiMsnlng of tho mammoth store of E. this fund construction of said ditch to bo be Coats, and P. Barnes & Bro., otBeaverDam. sary from tho fact that tho Board gun by November 1st, 1913, and com Also Overcoats, Ladies' CARSON & CO. Everything up to date will be found has exhausted all finances on hand jiloted by April 1st. 1914. Raincoats. by completing tho building. Cajpt. S.lcrcoiTloftlast week for at that store. Plans and spcclfclatlon may be seen Tho Sun Brothers rojlroad circus on file in tho Ohio County Clerk's will Chattanooga, Tcnn., where he be interesting to como in showed in It will Hartford Tuesday to a attend tho G. A. R. reunion. ,and look over our line of flno Jew large crowd, and many more peoplo office. Said Board reserves tho right Miss Alice "Foster returned Tues- elry and Novelties, which will he would have attonded If the weather to reject any and A I bids. Bond with good and sufficient day from Owensboro where aho has larger than ever this fall and win- had not been so threatening. Their ns requried by law, will be J. B. TAPPAN. been tho guest of her mother. ter. every performance was enjoyablo and required of the successful bidder. & Optician. Jeweler Wyandotte 9tl Whlto FOR SALE clean throughout, and many now acts on Done by ordor of Ohio County Boar Arab wero seen. Tholr animal show was ful Food your Fair "stock-Roosters.; First pen trap nested stock. of Drainage Commissioners, tills 17th, H. L MISHCKE Will make them fat, above tho average, and tho trained Horse Feed. day of September, 1913. Box 371, Hartford, Ky No bett 8lcvc and high spirited. elephants were probably given great-ic- r S. T. BARNETT, Ch'm'n. pralso than any act of the per- A copy attest: When lnlTa7tfordand wanting a feed on tho market. For sale by V E. ELLIS, to come in to formances. They were by many called quick lunch, don"t fall W. S. TINSLEV, Soc'y. Produco Merchant, tho best trained over witnessed. Anbco mo. Next dor to Moore'B Meat Hartford, Ky. 10t2. Running up and down stairs,, sweep . other noticeable foaturo of this show markot. EARL BARNES. Mr, MafshaMayTof Ft. Worth, Is that they will not allow any show ing and bending over making beds 104. t!n..ini nictnrn Rhows and illus Texns, Is here for a fovV weeks' visit foJ'ou'crs, that Is, fakirs, obscene will not make a woman healthy or Steve trated songs at Dr. Bean's opera with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. spver- - shows, and the Hko that usually go beautiful. Sho must get out of doors, with a circus. They have splendid walk a mllo or two etery day and houao overy Friday and Saturday May. This is the first time in that Mr. May has been gentlemen In charge and n show of tako Chamberlain's Tablots to Now songs and new pictures, al year nights. her digestion and regifate her and a flno ovenlug's entertainment home, smil during that time he has this Id nil Is to bo enwsfaged and patronized. bowels. For salo by all dealers, in. had splendid success. 10c. a cordial invitation to attend our vitation to attend our FALL MILLINERY OPENING Saturday, Sept. 20. All of the newest creations in head wear will bo on display. Your presence will be appreciated. Fall Millinery Opening Saturday, Sept 20 At which time we have display our I MISS POPPIE NALL Up Stairs, Next to Cumberland Exchange HARTFORD, FOE OF TARANTULA - KENTUGKY. sick of typhodl fever, is no better. His sister and brofher of Pittsburg, Pa., have arrived to be at his e. bed-sdi- New Fall Woolen Dress Goods, Coat Suits, etc. urday. We expect you. next IS INSECT IN ARIZONA Remember the day Keep A beautiful tribute in the form ot a memorial service was paid by tho mind that Kills the Spider and Saves Grape school Frdlay afternoon, September 12, to memory Crop by Destroying It Pays To Trade With A House That Saves You Money. Other Pests. tho of 'little Thomas Draper. The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. H. Flatt died last week and was burled at Taylor Mines cemetery. J26b a Hartford Republican. th hs 3-- 4) Pheonlx, Arlzo., Septomher 1C In the great number of tarantula haks OSTEOPATH -H- ARTFORD In Phoenix this year, It Is shown how nature evens things up, for there are Dr. Wilson at Commercial Hotel many more tarantulas than usual. Tuesdays and Fridays from 7 a. m. Some will ask what a tarantula hawk to 10 a, m. is. It; is not a bird, but an insect DAM which might be mistaken for a OSTEOPATH-BEAV- ER gigantic mud wasp. It is more than twice as large as the wasp and is of Dr. Wilson at Commercial Hotel Tuesdays and Fridays from 11 a. m. color. Its chief mission a steel-blu- e p. m. keep down the taran to 2:30 seams to be to tula population, and the hawks are now in the midst of that work and; are doing it thoroughly. The conflicts between the hawks and the big spiders are fierce, but they all have the same eending the quick death of the tarantula. Itj makes no difference how large (the, tarantula Is or how small the hawk, one can bet on the issue of the itaat- tie before it is begun The Other day, the writer, sitting oh Ms front porch, saw a hawk in conflict with e tarantula appareently as largee as a saucer. They rolled over and over etlong the entire length of the porch into the grass beyond, where the tarantula lay quiet. The attack is usually begun in Che nest of the spider. The hawk finds thee hole and darts in and out, fi- Just as clean as any Bakery nally bringing thee tarantula with you've ever seen. him. Thee hawk hunt tarantulas not for ,the mere sake of killlng.hut HERE IS BREAD for the propagation of the hawk family. In this connection, wherever Fresh every day excellent the words "him" or "he" in reference bread, we think, you'll say. to the hawk have appeared in this Here are Cookies, Pies and narration, the words "she" and "her" should be substituted, for, probab- Cakes as fine as any baker ly, only the females of the species have any business "with the spiders. bakes. After the death ot the tarantiYta Here are Doughnut?, Rolls the hawk deposits her eggs in his and Buns and you'll not find head and buries the .body ot tier body furnishes susten- any better ones. victim. The ance for the larvae. Try Them! Now and then the tarantula hawk stings a human, inflicting a painful wound, but not a serious one, about suoh a wound as a wasp Is capable HARTFORD BAKERY of inflicting. The hawk, though.does humans, as not hunt trouble with W. C. Schlemmer, Prop. wasps sometimees do, but stings only is disturbed among shrub- HARTFORD. when it Ky. bery. Tho hawks this year aro proving of great service to orchardlsts and owners of vineyards by therl of June bugs,- - which work great hovtc among grapes, figs and other fruit. They settle by hundreds upon tho vines, scqres of ithoni seettllng upon a single bunch of ripe grapes. In half an hour there is nothing left but the skins. The June bugs appeared in great numbers this season, before the grape wero quite ripe, but soon after" their They appearance the hawks came. too, havo a fondness for grapes and figs In which thoy Indulge when they are not hunting tarantulus. They are not especially damaging to the fruit, not more so than a bee or a hornot. , In the grape arbor of the writer is purci'y a matter of education with Is a diftho Juno bugs and the hawks mot and both man and beast. There overy evening the ground under the ference In opinion ot course between missionary us arbor has been lltered with dead Juno tho cannibal and the 'bugs until now tho bugs havo near- to what constitutes good food, but bo ly all been driven away. Tho hawks there should NO QUESTION have saved tho crop, of which hitherto tho bugs for three or four years In the minds of experlcnork otockmen havo taken tho greater Bharc. as to the value ot my feed over tho cheap dirty kind. TAYLOR MINES," -- Here's a Bakery The Feed Question FKD(Sgi for Soptmobcr ID. Wo wero glad to seo the. rain that fell last Friday. Miss Mary Williams of Hob Roy visited relatives in town last wcok. Carl Frazler, who has been vory W. E. ELLIS The Prpduca Merchant - KENTUCKY HARTFORD, iii)Miii"y twipiypwww trr, liwmm mnm.owmiMmnim.M inwH'n l in - i l HMWM iHE CHIEF CAUSE OF CRIMINALITY HAD RIGHT TO BE PRESENT FIND JOKE HARD TO FORGIVE Detective Burns Arouted Ire bT Feand Also male Their Curlotlty. Fellow-Pattengtr- MAY BE TAKEN AS DESIRED Dirfeotory Ohio County , ty; Critic of Proposed Tariff Clause Tells Rather Good Story to Illustrate a Point. millinery expert of America, complained In New York about the tariff clmise pro- A. L. Hamilton, the leading Bom With Criminal Instincts, Life Is a Hard Battle, There It None Righteous, No, Not One. Where Liei the Blame? The Value ef a Correct Diagnoiia We Can Op- pote Sin Beit When We Know Its In Origin Aide and Disadvantage Fighting Sin Divine Help Neeeary. How the Needful It Provided. Md., September 11. ) Cu in bcrlnnd, i ' j bore to- We report dny. one of tlietn. from the text, "I whs tlinpcn in Iniquity; mid In sin did my conceive mother me." (Psalm 01:5.) HesnM: courses PASTOR. RUSSELL pave two 1'nstor llussell dis- j Dlniniusls Is In the vnl-unb- nt- - J .tempted cure of any malady. This Is as of any other as true of .ailment The better we understand and the methods of the origin of its operation, the more successful we shall be In combating It. Our forefathers erred, evidently, In their declaration of total depravity. Nodc of us ever met a human being FOR PRESERVATION OF FISH entirely depraved d,rad to gi (rood . "Experience, however, cor- influences. Russian Claims He Hat Method Which rgborntes the Bible statement that Is Far Superior to These at .JJJJjere Is none righteous, no, not one." Present In Use. All are sinners, born In nutate of sin, wjtji.lDcllnntfon toward sin. The preservation of fish Is not a sub. JfcThe PntordecIared thafc'xvc nre hot ject likely to be of Intense interest to to include that Sod made Us sinners. the average men, and let It Is one ot All God's work Is perfect The Bible considerable practical Importance to tells us that our Orst parents sinned him. Few foodstuffs are so prone to and came under the Divine sentence of .rapid decay, and few are more dandeath. St. Paul says, "By one man's gerous when in that condition. Picdisobedience sin entered the world, and kling and salting, while reasonably death as a result of sin." effective, seriously Injure the natural Then the Pastor showed that sinful flavor of the flsh, when they don't actendencies are evidences of man's fall, tually destroy It. Hence a new method nd all under such Influences are to be of preservation which keeps the flsh pitied. But true pity must sympathize 'fresh and sweet and ot unchanged vritb the 6inner, not with the sin. 'flavor "for weeks or even months," Is something of a discovery. This Is Parental Sympathy Needed. Pastor Russell next declared that In- iwhat Prof. A. J. Danllevsky, a mem-Ibe- r, of the Imperial Academy ot crease of knowledge of facts will bless claims for his new method. And fcotb parents and children. Parents tsnould learn that their mental states (hls claims have been considered ol birth-mar- k their children either favor- jenough Importance to be given an ably or unfavorably. It requires much 'official test by the board of agriculture land fisheries In London, and also by training to work out of the child's ;the Tull Trawlers' and Flsh Merchants' what was inbred at birth. test, contrV.ed A weighty responsibility rests upon jassoclatlon. A parents respecting prenatal Influences. (by the latter organization, k f d to claims, have Justified the prof'-sso'With what loyalty to God and should the procreative powers .and It is probable 'l.-.- he t si I be given be exercised! What care should the (the opportunity for a more extended .Ttatber use to surround the mother demons! r; lion of his process. Its cost trltn every good mental influence dur-- ils said to ary from 40 to 80 cents a different world per 00 pounds of fish. New York taf festatlon! Whatparents lived up to .Post we would live In, If tmeee principles! Where Do the Watchet Go7 -- Brethren, What Shall We Do 7" . i What becomes of the watches? The Then the Pastor demonstrated from (average man does not buy more than (Scriptures that life is God's gift, (about two or three watches in the for the sinless.' Adam was life, and yet the or damned, as soon as be course of his whole on making new race manufacturers keep itec&voe a transgressor; and all bis jwatches by the thousands. Who buys mere born In the same condemned The question Is, now shall we 'them all? No statistics can answer the quesgel free from that condition? becomes of the old Is, that God had tion. What The Bible answer compassion on our race, and provided jwatches? What did you do with the got your the Savior. The Itedeemer will have one you discarded when you now? It ' watch? Where Is It the right tp restore to perfection Adam present''silver watch and It kept good jwas a and all his posterity desirous of Message respect-to- g (time for years that old wateh. the to God. The that this merciful arrangement Is called .predecessor of the gold onestrong you now possess. You had a tbeGoBtel. for it. You called It "she," Timet of Restitution." land sometimes in the solitude of your All desirous of returning to God's room, you may have caught yourself favor must bo restored to that physical saying a word or two to It aloud. The perfection In which Adam was before certainly talked to you In the When recovered, those watch be 6lnued. Heine's watch ' middle of the night; who stand the tests of loyalty nud conjugated Hebrew by the hour. The obedience shall receive everlasting life oid watch had a kind of a ringing tick through Jesus Christ, whoso sacrificial machine, and you could j like a riveting death opened up the way. hear It clear through the pillow. It The Pantor then stated that only has sung you to sleep more than once. discerned recently have Bible But let's see what in heaven's name how confused our forefathers wero became of it? Plan-throrespecting the Divine . their neglect of the Bible for fourteen Single Walnut Tree. hundred years. They see now that A walnut tree was sold In the midJesus, tlio Apostles and the Prophets day taught that (Jod's time for dealing dle west the other were for $250. Timo thousands of with the world Is future under Mes- was when there walnut trees in that same county. At The thousand-yea- r siah's Kingdom. period In which that Kingdom will one and the same time there was a conviction In tho minds of men that rule the world, restraining nln. chastiswilling no fence rail was good enough for a ing sinners and helping the except a rail split and obedient back to perfection, Is "worm fence" tree. called by St Peter " Years or Times from the very heart of a walnutono ot A worm fence, be it known, Is 3:10-21- . of Kegtltutloii."-Ac- ts anof During those Times of Restitution, or those fences made up by obtuse who a man gles and ouco defined resurrection, Satan will be bound, that put up a good many as a fence he may no louger deceive humanity, had then putting darkness for light and light that "first goes andygogglln and to eyes Rliull goes andyglgglln." But returning for darkness. the Increased cost of a walnut tree, slu'-dcears unstopped. be opened, and g life is not going to be really worth The Message of God's Love shall be until tho economists discover some made known world-wide- . way to get the high price tags affixed God's Dealing With the Church. while there are plenty of trees left to tho differTho Pastor then hang them on. ence between God's plan of salvation tor the Church and that for tho world. Virus Slaughters RabMta. God desires that the Church shall conRabbits took possession ot the sist of a very special class, zealous for cemetery at Rouen, France, and ate righteousness and everything pleasing up all. plants and flowers as fast as In Ills sight. He has Issued a special they were placed upon the graves. call, therefore, und has prescribed speTho keepers called In hunters with cial terms for the Church. ferrets, but the burrows were almost have tho spirit, dls-- " straight down, so the ferrets coold do All these mubt position, that Jesus had. They must nothing. Then eonio ot tho virus used walk In IIH steps, the way of the In Australia when the rabbits batne cross, a. narrow way. with few libera pent, was obtained. Dr. Loir of the ties to tho flesh. In some respects Rouen board ot health inoculated sevsame that the world eral rabbits with it and turned them their battle Is the will huve In the next Ago. Then will loose In tho cemetery. Eight days be tho world's time for escaping the later there were no rabbits in the condemnation. Imperfection damn- cemetery. All bad died In their ationresulting from Adam's sin. niif-wrc-Rub-islay right-oosnes -d, con-tUUough llv-In- hibiting the Importation for millinery uses, of all wild bird feathers save the ostrich's. Mr. Hamilton pointed out that many gamo birds are killed for sport and food, and that many other birds are killed because they are pestH, and he asked why the Audubon societies would have the feathers of all theae birds wasted. "I represent the birds, Mr Hamilton," said an Audubon devotee. "I speak for the birds. Whom do you represent, and what right havo you to speak?" "I represent the millinery trade," Mr. Hamilton answered. "I speak for thousands who will be thrown out ol work If this foolish clause goes Into effect. As to my right to speak well, I think I'm rather In the position of the department store proprietor. "A department store proprietor Inaugurated in the basement a three-cours- e luncheon for his workers. He thought one day ho'd try the luncheon himself, and accordingly he hopped up on to a peg and called for the 60up. But the waiter, not knowing him, said: "'Oh, no, mister! You ain't In oc this. You don't belong to this store.' I'm nt'He aware of that,' the pro thu store belong prletor "" to ml" ten-cen- One's Own Punctuation,. Circuit Court T. F. IHrkhead, COUNTY BOAIID OF BDUUATION. Cleverly Constructed Letter Hat V. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Ucn D. Ulngo, Attorney; Judu Two Different Meanings. P. .Mldklff, Jailer; E. G. Barrasa, Ky. .. 1. L. B. Tichcnor, Hartford, II, F, . . -.i ..hi, 'cirrK ti. . uirKncau, .MBBicr uum- a queer P. "blessed C. Detective W. J. Burns Was "Vu ! be read In mlssloncr; It. T.Hj Collins. Trustee D.O No. can Ifl n,nck shcrlfft f llnrtrnr.1 ttrtVIWllils Kv. I 'day. Half a out punctuation, Juf. KuiJ. Ti by the pope the lvl"g Hnrtfonl. ayfc, Deputies S. O. Keown, 3. M. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. ladles reading that a number of different dozen meanings, Is in the jjcavcr Dam; U. I'. Jones, Kouto 5. i. B. L. Alford, White Hun, Ky. earnestly hoped that tho directly cpposlto G. statement V. Shaft, now living Hartford; W. O. Enrp, o. Klchard Pluminer, Taylor Mines, blessing Is ft defective and Insincere possession of copied It from an In- - convents first .Mouilay Ilosinc. Court Kentucky, in February Ho one, becauM? Burns played a Joke on In Illinois. three weeks; third newspaper when he first came innd continues them that they can never forgive. dlnnn country. In n.p.5. He Is now .Monday in April, two weeks; third with m this They were fellow passengers m The letter (Ol- - "oiiuu.t in uciuuur i"u nvent). i.. ., fwn,-un.- .i ,.-.- . County Court It. It. Wedillng, him on the Mauretanla. , Judge; W. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. K. "Please, Mr. Burns," they said to i0fr Irnec mn "Ho la an old Hartford. Court Smith, Attorney, him, pleadingly and working their' Is ever found convenes first .Monday In each ryes, "please mako us a speech In tho vice and wickedness .he u, of mouth. cabin this evening. Tel. us about tho opposing he ... ... -- . -- . Quarterly Court Begins on the uiri.t,...,I . Attorney Law wnn.!irfi.. rtotrrf nnhnne ." . ... .1.. .. ..t In Inn i. W.l. n.. . I.. b..llAfia ill ruumu.j, .n) . , luurui .tiuuuii) 1.. All Irm rnhln Tins. neiglioornoou lie nv it iV" Co nnrnB .11,1 prosperity of any of hla fellow crea- - August and November. HARTFORD, KY. sengers were there. He explained to i c, , ConvnM flrgt """ society he ,Tucdn In Jniiuur and first luco Will practice bis profceelom 4a lata them that the detectaphone Could bo lurcB no ,B "' "peace ot hdc.troylns the hidden almost anywhere. and adjoining counties. Commercial ! "In order to make my little talk a takes & Other County Offlcers-- C, and Criminal Practice a Specialty. SnTv , li one," said he. "I had df, Ky., It. Surveyor. FonlaillltN among his friends and ac- - R . No tectaphones hidden In every cabin discord Aos. uo pnui- gor, Hartford, Ky.. It. 1 U. No before I came on board tho boat. ' quamiances no ia boring to promote the cause of Christ- jjenry Leach, Superintendent. Hnrt- Last night I listened for negligent In ford, Dr. A. B. Hlley, Coroner, Hart' "Oh!" said many ladies, springing lanity ho has not been Law endeavoring to stigmatize all public ford. to their feet. JUSTICES' COUNTS. HARTFORD, KY. themselves, teachers ho makes no exertions to Then they remembered Hartford, Tuesday Leslie Combs, and pretended they were Just fixing subdue his evil iwsElons he strives after 3rd .Monday in .March, Tuesday M(jb. W. H. Barmu anrf C. K. hard to build up satan's kingdom ho their skirts and sat down again, and gos after llrd Monday In June. Tuesday Smith announce. Lhat Uxv havo fonn- from time to time pinched their lends no aid to the support of the after 3rd Monday In September, Tues- a irUijrrth,',p frc the ginwrsil prac- cheeks to restore their color. Then pel among Jhe heathens he contributes day after 3rd Monday In December. largely to the evil adversary he pays Burns snld it was all a Joke. Tho John II. Miles. Kckport, Friday tice of law, cxotipt cnlnilin.il ntul dlvor n,im, lnHtoo innnhort Vmtimuiv liUn i no attention to good advice ho gives after 3rd Monday )i March, Friday c.A.t5, Mr. SuUUi beJng County Attornever jnfter 3rtj ilomjay ln juno Friaay the breaklne of nlatcs-- . When Bums ' Rreat heed to the devil he will ney Is prtrventod from pntctitckng sucA go nero .Monuay in September, concluded they enme to him, one at a ' K to nenyen ne rausirecompenso u aiier oru of Friday after 3rd Monday In De- ccisv. Mr. Barnes will lMlvldii-UlHmp. nd Pvrd him sndlv. and Mood will receive his Just in accet euch practloa Offkva cember. reward.' In pensive poses. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hartford RepubLIcan building, lLart-tor- d, "Did you really?" they asked him. after 3rd Monday In March, WedK, He assured them that he had mere- - i MODEL MAID GIVES ADVICE nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Jy been spoofing. They all said they Wednesday after 3rd Mouday In SepttifS Sfl alsd to hear that They said With One Family Twenty Years, tember, Wednesday aUei Jiu Monor,t rf 7T - II- TT- -- 'I U.I,... Schwartz Dltclotet the v. uay In Deceintwr. I' "" Secret of Her Efficiency. John II. Miles, Hockport, Friday they said: J' man. Then I after 3rd Monday i: March, Frieay Law 'noa, Mr Hlirna tL." Monday June, Friday-theMr. Burns Inclined an ear. Just 20 years ago Helena Schwarti, otter 3rd Monday inSeptember. KY. HARTFORD, ftcr "What did that hussy In yellow two years from Germany, became My ,3,rd 3rd Monday in December ASSOCIATED WITH M. L. HL'AVIUN. home of Mr. and Mrs. maid in the talk about last night?" orK. B. B. Jacobson of New urday after 3rd Monday In March, This office Is equipped for handShe has been there ever since. Saturday after 3rd .Monday in June, ling Commercial baw and Collection! GOOD JOKE ON BILL DAHLEN When a reporter asked Helena what Saturday after 3rd Monday In Sep to make her tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday Items as well as other legal and litiUmpire Hurst Took Abuse- - Calmly her employers had done gated matters. Practice In all tho In December. service So "pleasant she said: to When He Knew Player Wanted M. 0. Couk, Renfrow, Tuesday nf-t- courts. Prompt and vigorous service-M- . "Before leaving for America my Be Put Out of Game. 2nd Monday In March, Tuesday L. Hcavrin's Office. mother called me to her and gave me to keep after -- nd Monday in May, Tuesday Bill Dahlen, manager of the Dodgers, .some advice, and I have tried you go after 3rd Monday In August, TuesHurst would not ilt In mind. 'Remember, when recalls the time Tim day after 2nd Monday In November. (Into service that your mistress' cloput him out of the game, regardless of Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednessest Interest Is her home, and that It day after the second Monday In what he said or thratened to say. great deal with you to make March, Wednesday after 2nd Monday Before the game Bill confided to treats a you would In May, Wednesday after iird Monday Do .It Hurst that he was desirous of being (do agreeable. your Just as own home. Never In August, Wednesday (aftcr 2nd Mouif it were Ohio Counlr game to that be ejected from the HARTFORD, KY. might go down to the Brighton Beach ;gtve anything away belonging to the day In November. Tuesday Grant race track and place a bet on a "good jhouse. Not even the smallest morsel. after 2ndPollard, FoTdsvillc, Thurs- All Monday In March, Matters Given Prompt Atten. .It any one talks to you about your thing." mistress, telli the doing In their own day after 2nd .Monday In May, Thurs- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS "I'll call you a few mild names 'household, do not listen. Never got-'si- p day after 3rd Monday In August, SPECIALTY. you'll know I won't mean them and Thursday 'after 2nd Monday in Noto your mistress either. Be both vember. you can put me out ol the game," deaf and blind to what goes on around J. L. Patton, Ralph, Friday after BUI told Tim. an , " ana --2nd Monday In March, Friday after Dahlen started applying the appella-- ! wt. znu .ionuay in .May, Friday after 3rd tlons early. Hurst turned a deaf ear i iMM.Monday in August, Friday after 2nd Monday In November. I AM second he wat Just as Immune from tat "all "timea riO if 'those 4rlrls (whb HARTFORD POLICE COURT. Dahlen's calling down. Dablea was 'wrinflrfr tvhv 'thrtv ckrtHot'rethilbnKln . C. M. Crowe, Judge; John B. WilTo do any kind of Veterina- , rf w becoming angry, and started to call j ... Attorney; J. P. Stevens, their situations "would 'adopt theto, 'I son, City Court convenes second Monry work. Horses, mules and JHurst harsh names. Finally Dahlen j Marshal; sure their 'mistresses would be day In each month. cows need not die for want "blurted out a phrase to Hurst that (am City Council J. H. Williams, Mayfine j quick 'to 'appreciate ithelr'serrlces.' would have cost him a heavy Callsanswered' or; 11. T. Collins. Clerk; E. P. Thom ine ; under ordinary circumstances, day or night. Chip Shlrtt'hvChlrta. as, Treasurer. Members ot Council players who were within hearing 'were ' Chinese and 'Japanese' shirt material P. B. astounded when Hurst would'ndt "call" lis rcheap and attractivo,"and the low B.Robert Hoover, .Moore, Taylor, J. H. Carson, E. P. Fred Cooper, pahlen. 'wrfce of 'labor' enatWlthe native tall- - W. J. Bean. Veterinary Surgeon "Get back there and play, roared !o j,la:e trient shirts on the School Trustees Dr. E. B. Pendle Ky, to Dahlen. '1 Wouldn't .pdt 7JU Snarkefat'mo.t'reasonable prices and ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecrejHurst out of the game if yoi 'called me :an tto'mako'ibem'to' order. To Illustrate tary; Dr. J. V. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley A. P. A." 'ithe low cost' of labor I will give a and J. D. Duke. . Dahlen was not a bit 'Cdnsoled when Hspe'clnc'lnstance which It Interesting RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services he learned that his "good thing" 'can - 'fln'thls' cfinnection. A Chinese gentle 'comfort- ,ln,anvwho dresses In foreign style had morning and evening every first and tered home a winner at "the i'(a native tailor come to his house and third Sunday In each month. Sunfhie odds of 20 to 1. school 9:45 a. m. Prayer .make shirts for him to'order. Tne man day every Wednesday evening. meeting Rev. Camels Are Not Even'ln'lt made at least one shirt' a- day, and re- Savllle, pastor. Whether sheep are any relatI6n'to ceived 140 cash a day for his work Baptist Church Services morning camels the bureau of 'forestry does not 'and bis food In addition. As the food and evening every socond and attempt to determine, 'but U has' dis- coat not more than 110 cash, the total Sunday in each month. Sunday fourth school Succeed when everything else falls. covered that sheep can go four 'arid a ,cost a day did not exceed 250 cash, 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every WedIn nervous prostration and female water, except for ;whlch, at the present rate of exchange, nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. half months without' weaknesses they ate the tuurema they can get from amounts to less than 10 cents United 'such moisture as Christian Church Services every remedy, as thousands have testified. Jthe dew and theJuices of forage iStates currency. As the shirts which fourth Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7. p. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND plants. .this man mado are excellent In every m. Sunday school 9:30 a. in. Elder W. STOMACH TROUBLE Increasing demand way, there Is little Inducement for tho B. Wright pastor. The constantly it is the best medicine ever cold Cumberland Presbyterian Church over a druggist's counter. for grazing ground has torced forestry Chinese to buy ready made shirts from Sunday school ever)' Sunday at 9:45 officers to find places for as much abroad, for similar arrangements can a. in. bo admitted to tho bo made In any part of China, the cost stock SECRET SOCIETIES. forests. Therefore, they have tried, varying slightly. Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. apparently with success, the grazing M. nicots every first Monday night Sign at Gettysburg. in each month. M. L. Heavrln, W. of sheep on ranges entirely destitute fof water. The grazing fecason lasts July 1, 1803, on Cemetery Ridge, M.; Owen Hunter, Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 81 O. E. S. near Gettysburg, Pa., was posted this jfrom Juno 15 to October 331, and durUCKKtVS SUM SUCCEEBI meets every second and fourth Moning this period of four nnd a hall sign: SPECIAL OFFER: "All persons found using firearms In day ovenlngs. Miss Anna J. Patton, months the animals on these ranges 'aUSatokalU M.Btatk AtrUtwUI3 do not get drinking water. these grounds will be prosecuted with W. M.; Jas. H. Williams, W. B.; mike ou hi Mruuuieot cuilomor. Mlsa Elizabeth Mllhjr, Secretary. according to the utmost rigor of tho law." Under such conditions PrlieCollcctlcMi hiLl'.'.". ' 11 to enforce It you Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights For the failure Uw nraM I Tml. t ,plnd)it i oim, i the forestry bureau, the sheep havo kik-- u nntUri In U. 'done extremely well, and last year's must blame old John Burns, for bo of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenGUARANTIED TO TUfAkC Mention this Paper. Write Jambs from the Nebo national forest, was the constable of Gettysburg, but ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Utah, had an average weight at the tho majesty of the law wns himself Foster, K. of R. & S. WVWWWWVWWWIWVWV Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M. close of the season of C8 pounds, which blazing away with a borrowed gun. SEND lO CENTS meets every lirst and third Thursday-nights- . tomfpw-ftAnd as accessory before tho fact ptektagu4rclTtfcUTali is declared to be rather above the norR. T. Collins. Conimaudor; C COUXWOtl IMNMIIi MfWDtV VIM nj Hf you must indict tho man who had the L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. mal weight. L will All lwt ife JUftC mium ot tw run t, (. shoe .store, for he, and not Hooker, Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. Meade or Leo, brought on the battle meets every second and fourth FriTwo Kinds of Macaroni. A detachment of men day nights In each month. C. M. misof Gettysburg. The new cook was helping her Grand; W. R. Hedrlclt, tress to prepare dinner. All went well in blue with holes In tbelr shoes came iuntil the macaroni was brought out. into town to clean out the store, and Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W. O. W. The cook looked with surprise as she at the same time came a detachment But of gray with no shoes at all, and then meets every second and fourth SatIbeheld the long white sticks. urday nights in when they were carefully placed In the village ordinance against the pro- Bennett, Council each month. Leslie miscuous use of firearms began to Wallace. Clerk. Commander: W. C. water she gave a choking gasp. Ladies! STe Money and Keep iaf "Did you say, missus," she said In go to pieces. American Magazine. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. M.k : Style by Reading McCall't meets every first and third Friday an awed volco, "that you were going Trees Have Eyes and See. nights In each month. Mrs. Attyo to eat that?" Magazine and Using McCall Pattern It Is amazing Griffin, Iidy Commander; Mrs. Lula A German scientist "Yes, Jane," was the reply; "that nearly all the amazing things Pendleton, Lady Record Keoper. M(CU'. MiiL.IU Is what I intended to do. But you. that MAUL'S MAGAZINE says Keystone Chapter No. 110, It. A. IikIii )ull iJicsJ strl' eeem surprised. Have you never seen come from German scientists hlily M a, NKAlfrcto he has discovered that trees have M meets every third Saturday night iiy kooiiluie cMH-iimacaroni cooked before?" in each month. John T. Moore High only J on jioslril on Ilia "No, ma'am," answered the cook, "I eyes and see. Not grass.-th- trees, but all Priest: W. S. Tlnsley, Secretary. e Ir.lrn fanhtotia lu orchid, vegetable life: the ttulbrt ami listi. W ain't The last place I was at AMERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. New fashion Dcilcnj used them things to light the the onion, the ragweed and the Easter National Officers President, Ira M. In cuiU istuo. .Mil Illy. u1i.Mj1u Infonmillcu with." J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presipa Tho epldermio cells ot the leaves, dent, 8. II. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; nil Mil homn ntul iirr. 1 uul u.aucrs. according to this German discoverer, Secretary & Trcas., H. O. Tank, Wau-sa- u, Onlr, Melba's Australian Home. n ycur irielunintr I'. morely so many convex lenses Wis. n in u ICUCHI. tuu- Mme. Melba has built for herself a are Impressions much mtiIj) tniliy or udr aWa amamiiwi State Officers Prcsldont. J. JI. delightful retreat at Lilydale, one of which record visual lor Irea tamylo ccny. I ot insect's eye. Ho Princeton, Ky.; Vice Presimost picturesque localities near as do the faceta by an the MiCll Ptitiiu will rnnblorou to rnuke In rour means of mlscro-scop- y dent, J. II. Burnoy, Muhlenberg Co.; jier native Melbourne. She has hinted' has succeeded, " " ClOUIlUff lor and photography, In actually re- Secretary & Treas., S. B. Robertson, ,hkli will jourwjlf unil 'iiuruuKiiiiaai bo wfoU more than once that sbo would soon producing tho ... s.iv bii Hi. ir iiw n, ti ttr which be has Calhoun, Ky.; Organizer, T. H. . ci'Uts Seuil fur frtu l'cw.'ni Ciinii.,-.!-.. make it her permanent abode. She Is Hartford, Ky. "eyes" of trees. They do W Will Cik Yoa Fim Pitteult for ecllhiff h1i keenly interested la the coneerva-torlu- m found In thegreatly Members State Executive Board-B- en ijcrlliiioij') uniciiic yourffloinl'i. from the linages not differ forfiuo I'lfllHUlU taUliiL-uWatson, Wobster county; J. W. of the University ot Melbourne mill I'm Vnilnir,. formed In the eyas .ot human beings. Dunn, Daviess county; Henry rirtle, IHE M.CAII 03Sf nd has lectured to Its students. M, 239 1. Hi Vol 376.51, KVH j'qK Ohio county; E. 1. Hay, Hardin coun- Suppty.nQ county officers L. II. Tlch enor, President; Henry Plrtlo, Sec rctary; S. K. Bennett, Treasurer. C. Ohio 0. Davenport, Warren county. , .,. e tthr " .- well-to-d- 1 Otto C. Martin at a - d.l8n tonl a ,, hours" Barnes Attorneys at & Smithy y I juf" , - IVi-- ARTHUR I Attorney at D. KIRK er J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public j. ,,, """,' "7 VT IPREPffi r W. H. RILEV Hartford. - Electric Bitters SEEDS to-da- y? k 4 i .H.W.tWtH.'ftAm. they-alway- 'll, . Bal-mal- ' it,! iil-'"i- t- f havo been followed In the national FOR THE WOMAN W&.0 TOENKS AND FEELS. nanlrnl thla nmmaf .pa Initnrapfl In A Some women complain that they periodic-illsuffer from dull and heavy feet bulletin Just laaued from the office of ings, or dizziness in the head, nervousness, pin nnd bearing-dow- n feelings which entomologist of Minnesota. 'the state tbould not occur to the normal healthy woman. But moit every woman Is tubjoct ' The local plan was Inaugurated with to these pains at tome tims in her life, due to abnormal conditions in life, trjca. Cn.mH in MneJv US. d a flunn.nn ramnalvfi RlnrA than thA as corsets, strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, stutfgisii method has consisted principally of liver, etc. A regulator and female tonio mado from native medicinal roots with Records. glycerin, and without the use of alcohol, called bringing to the attention ot citizens, pure DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, by mean of educational posters, let has proven Its value in thousands of cases, like the following: Writing as Legible as If Only Month ters and newspaper articles, suggesniRS. uoka xvi. juahti;, nx UDnrn. iieDr., ticurn 1. unx H. flayi; tions for fly eradication that have Old and Dated 1834. When the I Uioucht I would writo you In renunl to what your medicines Inwr been tried out with success In various dne for rr.o. I hnvo uiml then tor thirty years for female trwlbl Revolutionary Veteran Was nml cenoral weakness vith the very boat result, ami they havo cities. mo Imr.tlroliof dollars In doctors' tills, t buy tho 'Favorite rrcwcrlD-tlp- n 78 Years Old. ' ami " Golden Medical Dlecovcry ' and Uka then together. I nrcr was disappointed In your remedies and tn'io rI9ur 1c recommending QENIU3 OFTEN A MENACE. i At hm In but fctlfTHn liHv. Inm tiAV, almn.t fl'frr M cttAPvrfgd fartjf The application of Wmihlneton. TIio Kind You Hnvo Always Bonght.nnd which lins been I yHi Vlndr, ard I parsed that vry i Are I took your mcllclnc?, of revolutionary fame for uso lor over ttO years, lias Iiorno tho sl;rmitiiro of Aaron Durr in caaJ'y nnd lft ir.o fat ari henlthr. I foel ll'io G jminr ffiri. chdrpn of except,onal mental brll-- a HUI JUfeil Uv UiWiU f pension has been d lns been mado under liU pcr- i tor dangera to B0 ara eyen S--tf YS UiU viri v vut iiituiiiiivai therausty flies o the pension bureau., clc Ujan tho9e defectlve or abnor. CAjCJ&TZ-trfrj,-, s.onnl supervision Blnco its Infancy. Dr. PiERcr' CtRn.vr F.uttY Docroa Boos,Ia3 rtepls caryr. Secretary Lano lma dispatched K to Allow no ono to deceive yon in this. d Common Scnvu Medical Adviser, newly revised Tha ,a th(j concIu8lorl All Counterfeits, Imitations anil ".Tust-as-goothe Smithsonian Institution, suggest- nro but edition oi 1C33 piies, answers hosts oi dclicjig questions Df MMmUan PE aroszmann of JlxncrliniMits that trlflo with nnd cuiliuigcr tho hci'lth of as tho proper depository lng that place which every w omn, single or married, ought to know. f ducatlon Infants and Children Experience ajjalust Experiments Sent frtc in cloth binding to any address on receipt of 31 for such an Interesting document, ine th other day t made stamps, to cover cost of wrapping and mailing only. Una. Uazzzl application Is In an excellent state of ho e(lucatona, expert ba8ed h9 ment on the comprehensive study The writing Is as legible as If writ; made In the Bchooi9 ot the United Is still ten a month aeo and the Daper C.ir.torlfi U a harmless snbstltnto lor Castor Oil. Pare- States. Intact. The signature of the applicant corl c, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. "It Is often the exceptionally bright Is modestly placed In the lower right-han- d ncUlicf Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic imi child, or even the genius, whom wo corner and read "A. Uurr." There And on the wrong side." said Dr. Hill) staiicu. Its ntro Is its iruaruntue. It (loNtnivx lYnrtnn are four pnges of the application. Groszmann. "The stupid and weak- nnd allayti Fcvcrishness. For more than thirty years it which Is dated In 1834, and is closely minded criminal Is not so dangerous mis ihji-- xi vifimuiiiv uxv mr niu rcuei oi lonsuimuon., written on both sides of legal size pa- as the clever and intellectual crimFlatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and per. Therein Is sot forth that Colonel inal." Jiarrhnn. It rcgnlntfls tho Stomach and Bowels, nxstmllatcs tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Hurr, the applicant, Is seventy-eigh- t As a remedy for the uplift ot mis'i.'lio Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. years old. and that he enlisted In 1775 guided Juveniles the scientist advoat the age of eighteen. effort on the part of edu-..tI, fi.rllmr ronlrari that the aDDll- - cates united modini mi. Hoclal workers. cant's first Important- expedition was! charity organizations, welfare socie Prompt Attention and Good Service. witn uenerai Arnoia on mo ciuy'&" ties, Juvenile courts ana omer agenIn Canada. At that time he was aid Bears the signature of cies. He declares In his report that TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, to General Montgomery, who was kill- all of the separate organizations are ed In the attack on Quebec. Young doing commendable work In this conBurr's next assignment was as aid to nection, but that Joint action Is neceH General Arnold, who was In command sary. He also advocates the passage of the invading army at that time. La- of legislation giving the community ter he was aid to General Putnam and the right to direct the eaucauonai "was present at the battles of Long training of every child. Island and White Plains." The papers also declare that Burr "WOODROW THE COOL." wan madn lieutenant colonel by Gen- fl.3C The Republican and Louisville Herald be nri Washington: that his health sev Years Over In Us be warm days In Washington, These 1.50 Courier-Journ- al came Impaired and that he made rut ctsrraua conwmr. rt nuawar twist, no to city. both meteorloglcally and politically. The Republican and eral attempts to resign- - on mat ac- President Wilson has been In the 1.75 count, and his resignation was accept-e- it.i.v nt hnth kinds of warmth. Yet The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at conditionally and with protest by close observers declare that he has 1.50 General Washington, but before It took not yet perspired; The Republican and Home and Farm effect Colonel Burr was persuaded to to mop his brow; Haa not been seen Inquirer. 1.75 undertake the destruction of a British The Republican and Has not wilted a collar; blockhouse on the Bronx river, which Has not used a fan; 3.50 ihe accomplished most successfully, The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald Has not complained of the heat; and was then persuaded to forego his said: "Whew, but It's Has not once 3.50 Intention to resign and continued In net;" wens ooro inquirer The republican ana active service until 1781. Has not started the air cooling Among other papers In the file Is a O'boro .Messenger 1.75 the offices. The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k VANDERBILT TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS Kf JISSSuV mnr of a latter to Colonel Burr from plant under spite of the fact that he In All this George Washington, dated "Heaaquar. 1.75 Is the hardest worked man In the The Republican and Kentucky Farmer The Principals have conducted a preparatory school for the t.r. KVririck. 26 October. 1778." The United States. taken the followpast 11 years. Students trained by them have substance of this letter Is found In the 1.30 MiffhHns- - summer heat has fallen The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. following quotation: ing honors at Vanderbilt University; Entrance Prize in Matheon the white house, but he has reYoii in mv onlni'on carry your Ideas 1.50 matics, English, and History in 1906; Membership in Phi Beta Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer solved to stay "on the Job1' all sumof delicacy too far, when you propose mer, to carry out the administration s The Medal in Knppa (scholarship fraternity) in 1909; Founder's recovery oi to drop your pay while the Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 policies. Academic Department in 1910; Mathematics Prize in 1911. Good vour health necessarily requires your reform bedroom and his office are only The His ' records in other colleges. absence from the service. It Is not a hundred feet apart, so that he Is customary, and It would be unjust. obliged to steal the time If he gets SPECIAL OVERSIGHT, CHRISTIAN INFLUENCES. A You therefore have leave to retire un- away for a bit ot exercise, yet. even safe place for young boys. til your health Is so far at tha, hgljas established a. white under present management. Hoarding patronage doubled aa to enable you to do your duty." house record. Write to Principals for catalogue. He has not even- taken off his vest. ,. KILL 12,910,508 ANIMAL8. nn thn electric fan In his weigh-ln- g offlce and goes on working and There were 12.910.508 - animals 178 pounds without turning a slaughtered In the federallj- inspected hair. establishments of Chicago under And all perspiring Washington U 1912. These 4 POSITIONS GUARANTEED- - consisted Inspection In cattle. 463.750 wondering how he does it. of 1.664.613 position If calves, 4.772.357 sheep, 15.273 goats will GUARANTEE you a many more you . We need SCHOOL FOR CONGRESSMEN. and 5,994.513 bogs. at once to supply the enormous demand The total number of animals Inuraduatea. As soon as we got the required Heads thn discussion of the tariff dumber of students this offer wUJ be withdrawn. 80 spected In the '790 slaughtering and Moore, write at once for particulars. nrnMaainar establishments under fed bill Representative J. Hampton Bill Heads Republican, delivered eral Inspection In 226 cities and towns a Pennsylvania Is an In- his "piece" In the shape of what he In 1912 was 57.628.491. This INoteheads He had the crease of nearly 5.000,000 over the fig- called a "tariff primer." he answered questions and clerk read ures for the fiscal year 1911. roasting the UnderSince 1911 the number of Inspected them, incidentally COLLEGE BUSINESS Including meat food wood measure. establishments. inuvarvaat!' While "Hamy." as Mr. Moore Is OBO. VT. SOHWRT7. factories, has Increased from 919 to KY. TOH7ISV1XI-K- . MT1BUHED iae rainoirAl. I Intimates, was getting 940. Of the animals Inspected In 1912 called by his along swimmingly with his primer lesnumbered 7.245.585, calves. cattle ., rnnvraaaman LoneCK oi neorasiut sheep 14.979,354. goats 72.871 . . ., An YEARS' did his best to make the scene as eduyiveii and hogs 33,052,727. And EXPERIENCE as possible. Mr. Lobeck raisTho total condemnations at the time cational . M ..W..II w f- tfM Northern Cross -- run and frantically waved BacsDeei of slaughter for disease or other ed his right hand tedigreed Seeds have rtpuUt 011 oi vS vein all mime, numbered 232.087 whole car It In circles. saccessful seed growing behind them. It pr "For what purpose does the gentlecasses and 494.328 parts of other car'Sultialtles: Seasonable condemnaman from Nebraska rise?" asked the casses, or a total of 727,015 BEANS Red Valentine . . tlo Bushel tions. In addition, nearly 18,000.000 presiding officer. Refuse-Ex- tra Early,, . . ti-"Please, teacher, may I go out? was Trade Marks pounds of prepared meats and meat . Strlngless Cretn ZZzTl J .... desiqnsi t'UHa. w, tics Rushel "P-"- ; wraruweu condemned on relnspec-tlo- n the response, while the house shook products were 5.h,, TV... I. V.U. Copvriohts Ac i'.jo Bushel because they had become un- Its sides laughing. nmna Modlnc a sketch and dtserti'tlonma; Currle's Rutt rroof Wax opinion rraownmneriju aoleklr ascertain our PBAS. wholesome subsequent to the first In1 .50. Bushel GODDESS GETS BATH. , Extra Early Alaska '. spection. 15 jo Bushel Sm Bushel Market Garden Chicago, with 12,910.506 animals llorslord's nurkhee'a Llehtnlnir Express j 00 Bushel niclol notlc, without chareo, la tho The "Goddess ot Freedom," the dame slaughtered under federal Inspection and a full Hoe el ot agriculture, on top ot the capltol. has received her SedJTlMantRrTd rfulbfat lowest grow " Prices. by the department Scientific . Send for complete caulogue or submit a list leads In numbers. The other principal triennial bath. . A handtomlr llln.trated ourrequliements and wlirquote pricey For the bathing and painting of the Money. ve points of federally Inspected slaughter ' Writedirect JromMention this the grower-SaBuy and founand her today. are In the following order: Kansas - goddess congress approaches $16,000. HUNN&Co.38,B'Mdw,''NewYo.rk. appropriated 4,609,- dations, City, 5,646,161; South Omaha. OfflM. CM V BU who has twice be 655; New York, 3,034.685; National Charles MacNichol. SOtiaackbetSt., (Kitsrd Strs Pans. Rxrf. gram stock yards (East St. Louis), 2.966,292; fore washed and paintea tne metal figure on the capltol, had tho Joseph. 2.671.443; Boston. South St. Indianapolis. 1.598.503; Sioux Job. It required Z40,ouu gaiiona oi paint to give back to the goddess ot City 1,520.607; Buffalo. 1,381,271. freedom her original color. It took the time ot many men several weeks to A YEAR. I would have died if I hain't auciters iulbs sutteto. FLIES C08T $157,800,000 touch the lady up properly. kml For Three Stumr Mrs. Via- - believe MtA mrw.dl. I leclAL OFFER'. A taken it. .I sV .. Haaalmakmaa. T.m aaMiinlilNDDKrLnUl".. Figured out In money, to say noth1 Easy Way to Kill Motes. 'txuf wlUawkc you prmnent After I began taking CJSfui, I was ing of the loss la human life, the cost -"- ',r.-'n:j m ""--- : llmI .1 An excellent way to exterminate l.eoprni.e" IN, ALU annually ot supto the United States greatly helped, and all three bottles rer?T.Scou.ciie.s?aj!as. Prepare a small Iluintix iiirfci vum Her Hewewedc as follows: Aiy porting lta fly population amounts to moles la moHff oJ w "r"'"". .... r,...iw.i ! calcium carbide, which can be lieved me entirely. Patsst and lnlrltsmsnt rrsross 1157,800,000, say government experts, can of ii bi. QM 1 or com. a ui a. fSSB-fca-iSiSSpurchased, from an autombblle or IWrlU a, who have been making study ot the I fattened up, and grew so ouch mm1 hmNik; uM. open the hole where the activi- cycle dealer, WewisaiMrjll results of the digging and place some N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, 1 felt like an Pleasant Hill, iu, HtmOom sate Baor taut. iiiTTi b mole haa been In It. ties ot those insects. mji... w the mun - m rKMTM ." it la estimated that the fly Is respon of Pour carbide three gallons of water three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether." two or TttltJ!KS.i ?"'" ?! sible for an expenditure ot $50,000,000 'intn thA hole and close up the open- - Vincent, of this town, "and the third and --Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle- "" fnr thn handllnf of tuberculosis Case. W T Vhout 18 or .20 minutes open !i last time, was my worst. in acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonio at t attributable to genax spread by the vtM"h.ole,aBd Immediately ignite we lhaw'--1 had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. pesU,-wttll- e $70,o90,Qo represents we ftrfllMttHs WIIsllJ'WS)lr A, -cost ot typhoid fever rasea originating gaa rormea. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes tor increased strength, Be careful In Jlghtlax the gas. A in the same way. maUa 'placed la the walk about. Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerAa a carrier ot Intestinal fever and gaa lighter of be used. summer diseases, and a transporting end ot a loag stick should a few sec- housework. vous system, aad helps to make pale, The km will burn for 1 also had dreadful pains in my back agBy of dysentery, the fly, scientists onds and thea It will backfire In the sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. W oataia MTCRTd BJ aUeouatrUoroo aay, must be charged with aa expenbe no more trouble and sides and when one of those weak, tmAT PAdTCrUmttttwivfaV,aurB Cardui has helped more than a million diture of $37,200,000 for the cure of hole. There will Popular Mechanics. pu,aDdTwlp7oatosiMoaai. ' ' BaadsVodtl. photo wsketsh tor MSI B sinking spells would come on me, 1 weak women, during'the past 50 years. from the mole. BOOKKEEPING these diseases rou.. ka wAwiwtmA In . .. ...l,a . . mo mar""" would have to give up and lie down, It will surely do for you, what it has Bausiacwr SaJaMtVlMMsKtstby IfAMiNa mrtmimi. .- - -- - m r., ., IhMkoailroSiaMal'alMUwrtMto "IBTa, neanr every city wuero auu--u TYPEWRITING a4 . until it wore off. M sl03-a- 0 vanth "Dlbb. I what l wouia can m B- rdone for them. Try Cardui today. In Washing- w mt I SM TELEGRAPHY I salnis are in nrotreai.noucaaoie wit- MH WsVsMIN4TQsl10?gJ " " It 1 was certainly in a dreadful state of "- -" ton there has seen a Writ to: Chattaaaaaa Miklaa Co.. Lsotts'A4. "How U tnatr vlwry Dot.. lng o In the alio of the pett horde. health, when 1 finally decided to try ttruettOHi en Chaiunooca. Teaa.. tor Sl0(y. s rtuaia your cast anil pro- .S aa.aavamtlla "He hope, for the beat, but la Methods ot fflibtlBg tho flr wW-e.Car!, the woauut's toste, aad 1 firmly Traalawnt (or WiMMa," saat la alala wraoest.. J-( pared for the wont." PENSION FUR BURR Children Cry for Fletcher's Arjrilnn over-tcxe- frTv 4A4Mfk VV d" Xw$i , J What is CASTORIA n. onc-oo- nt l.-.l- It JAMES & CO., - First Class Centertown, Kentucky. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS - Caz7cJ&U SEND YOUR BOY TO OUR CLUBBING RATES. ..... The Kind You Have Always Bought For 30 d Twice-a-WeekOwensbo- ro Mathetiey&Batts lany u Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. - nil Hk gor-ernme- WE usre-alaoon- YOUR Letter Envelopes Cards 1 Statements SEEDS "i; plr Jlu i 'Js Jl.M fliticricatt. tr. lil'ai Special Attenton In The Republican otner primea iorms are Job Department. : . H.W. BUCKBEE COULD SCARCELY WALK ABOUT ctWuUiUeUAtttdt tl BULBS ... 1 I Si&e2!WggEBBK ,t..t a ou-- v JJiRSESSJKsCmus,. r-- aa -- gerin-apreadln- g ii i B ittixi!?l: - aaaaaalaMSaSaB- - (. mKSMilBMm m..i. kbk:;i. VCWltl' rrrrsuiB .,. -- IJaSaVilialSGl k ar - a.l 1 ' I, wmmmiim ovfjfsV- -' REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative N. B. White. For County Judge M. L. Heavrln. For County Court Clerk Claude For For For For For For For Blankensulp. County Attorney C, E. Smith. Sheriff S. O. Keown. V. P. MldMff. School Supt. Henry Leach. Assessor D. K. Ward. Suneyor C. S. Moxlcy. Coroner Dr. A. B. Riley. m O D!st. No. 1 GRAND FALL OPENING Friday, Sept 19. A J. Jailer Magisterial Magisterial Magisterial Magisterial Mag. Dlst. Magisterial Magisterial Magisterial Ed Shown. Dlst. No. 2 Sam Leach. Dlst. No. 2 L. A. MeDaniej Dlst. No. 4 Ceo. Rowe. No. G Winson Smith. Dlst. No. C W. S. Dean Dlst. No. 7. B. F. Rice. Dlst. No. 8 In The Oil Field. I A line flow of oil was struck on the SuJlenger farm, near Dukehurst, one day this week, at depth of 1269 feet. Tils lease Is held by Mr. B. J. Of everything that's new in Millinery, Of Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes, Of Dress Goods, Silks and Trimmings, s and Is Shaw, of Lawrencevllle, the well with which the contractors hate had so much trouble, on account of crooked hole. The ol flowed to the top of the well, and it Is thought As that It is in paying quantltes. this Is a much shallower depth and a differen sand fpooji the other strikes, It demonstrate that this Is a grtat oil fe!d, andjjSj- is expected that we will see busytimes in the next few months. - I., Of Ladies', Misses' Stylish Coat up-to-da- Suits, Of Ladies' and Misses and Children's te Coats. A good showing of oil .was Jound on the Ambrose farm, North of Beda, one day this week, at a depth of J 450 'feet the firm of Hender- Mr. Snyder, of Of Men's Boys' and Children's Suits, Of Men's, and Boys' Shirts and Shoes, Of a dependable line of Staple Dry Goods. k son & Snyder and Mr. B. J. Shaw, of Lawrencevllle, III., were hem several days this week, Inspecting the well on the Sullenger farm. Work will be resumed on the Beda well as soon as sufficient water is accumulated in the pond for boiler purposes. Work !a progressing nicely on the Allen farm, and the well on the Moore farm. News was received In Hartford yesterday afternoon that oil had been struck In .the well near Olaton at a depth of about 350 feet. We have not been able to earn the extent of the tlow, but this only goes to proe that this field covers a large area. Every Department is Crowded With the Latest and Best of the Season. Now it is our purpose for everybody to see our new fall Merchandise To Mother You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema, rashes, And Others. tetter, chaflngs, scaly and crusted mors, as wdll as their accidental huin- juries, cuts, burns, bruises etc., ,with perfect safety. Nothlug else heals so Quickly. For bolls, 4'cers, old running sores, fever sores or piles it has no iqual. 25 cts. at all druggists. and we have set apart this our special day that you may spend it in looking. $60,000 In Salaries. It Is stated that the students who lfae recently graduated from the Howling Green Business University and becured positions in ithe Vast thrlty days will earn JC0.000 In tho 'next twd.vo months. It is also said that this is about f 15.000 more than they ever made In any other year. lOtl article that has real merit should In time become popiVar. That such Is the case with Chambrclalu's An !&?&t&tlML tm :Ml t Ifrrosyfoedy m Cough Remedy has been attested by many dealers. Hero Is one of them. H. W. Hendrlckson, Ohio Falls, Ind., writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the best for coughs, colds and croup, and !b my best scAler." For sale by ;il dealer.. in. Ssi te AH$ T8tt w& !tete tmm mm& tH Lamentable Consequences. The assumption that tho Protection which is now to bo withdrawn was wholly or mainly a special favor and bonus to manufacturers is a fallacy that si going to have prodigious and lnmentablo consequences. That the difference In tho wages between the home ami foreign workers should be protected by u duty on Imports that shall cover tint difference Is the Without that Republican doctrine. Protection this difference in wages must disappear, and that Is what the present Tariff proposes to effect. No part of the country can escape the consequences. Philadelphia evil Press. E P. Barnes & Bro. BEAVER DAM, KY. . . -' .". , i J V' . i? J m tt: iT"--1 ?S ? vj rTavwgsgsiIIllStt