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WRDXRHDAV, 4AK; , JM.
THE HARTFORD HERALD
fT-; Zf t. J U IJ'Utve Mr. Wilson If iaaugurated.'
2 lianiora, iieral4. m,, Utumti why i what
HEBE8 MATTHEWS. FR4NK L.TEUX.
mSK L. FEUX. Pob.sa Prtf'r.
ierMMU.emniPrai-u,Bin of me9tioMl abUIty and
mall natter oi toe etuu -.
They are now after the BatSi Tub
Trust. It ought to b turned up-j
Prtsldent-elect Wilson seems to
think ha ike best war to construct
a cabinet is to "saw ' wood."
A million dollars In gold ""'e,6bSj(jere(j two of e innsatt because J The arrest wes made oa a war-
m rer. witAw VS anpr "Welched .. ... .tj A Vaimm. c..-t i oiia t n.Ai
..udu ku uuu.i t' ..v.v. v -
nr ooeket change to Bad oat, bat
Just heard that sueb U the case,
i. i.. o, nntifUl ratherlnes
are taore largely attended In Ken-
tucky Uiaa farpers meetings. Just
so long will oar agrleultaral inter
IteaoeraUe candidates for eoaa
tr oSsom are ow eeming forth ia
goodly aaaibers. They are all fiae(rfemtB ad with the woaaa It Is
men, abaadaatly asJMed for the'ay., doMy tewre.
oSces which tlwsf sek. 'May tbej -
via ta everr ease? I la a loiter aeeocapaayiag aa ar-
The eanor oi we w?"" "" ,
aid harlag tried It at boae be-
fore sabaittteg It t the pabllc he
says sas a sew iwr """""(
up a woman s qimiu-
her that her hair doesa't match
Aa Mcaaage gs a aeeoaat of
a saaa who ot with saisfortaae be-'
v.. w.j kT. ta bhc nralfes-
rw .-o u a tTKj-
graphical rr aimiag to say
poseMto bet a case freept
ly taras at jast that way.
PresMet-leet Wlteoa is employ
lag his spar time nowadays with a
raide-fcook of the city of Washing-
toB7 h haTtogsot-:rtstt'tiijftace,a
la reeeat - years. He will ia all
met a lot of ;
Oa tbe prteeipie that each should : aad Roosevelt factions of tbe dis
favor tie otter, candidates for of-. integrated Republican party. One
fice are aeaally expected to patron-' paper claims that there were no
ize the printing offlce which fights differences in lhe recent break
their political battles when they away only as regarded the person
have any Job work to be done. This ality of the two candidates. If
is only fair and proper. It would platforms and enunciation of prin
be poor encouragement for a news- ciples really mean anything, there
paper to see a candidate of its par- Is a wide difference between the
ty do otherwise. two factions. There Is only one
j way for them both to get together
Col. J. R. Lemon, editor of the Jn a manner to command the ele
Mayfield Messenger, has been ap-!raent of political respect, and that
pointed by Oov. McCreary as a del- j .A.ouja be for one or the other to
fgate to represent the State of
Kentucky at a meeting of the
Southern National Highway Asso
ciation to be held at Asheville, N.
C, February 12. A nice honor,
worthily bestowed. We hope Col.
Lemon will be able to do something
for some of the highways of Ken-'
"A public official has no right to
discharge political obligations at
the expense of the public," sayc
Mr. Bryan, in regard to tbe appoint
ment of men to office. Aad he is'colleee and tbe commercial depart
right about it. Too often ha it pnjent of the Kentucky State L'ni
been the case that men were ap-versity, Lexington. Ky., and is
pointed to office merely to pay a po
Utical debt and wlthoat any special
regard to their fitnes3 for the place.
Then It is the public thU suffers
from the mistake. This is the bane
of politics, but under the watrhful
eyes of the newspapers it is com-
lur, to be less pracucen man iorm- we bespeak for him a good follow
"rly. I ing throughout the county and es-
. . . .
A very commendable project set
on foot by Mr. John .D. Rockefel
ler, Jr.. of New York, Is a Bureau of
Social Hygiene, for tbe amellor&u
tlon of the whlto slave traffic and
remedy of the social evil. Lnderig xaa entered the race for the
Mr. Rockefeller' direction a per
manent organization has been per-
fected for rescue of unfortunate
girls and women from the damning
life of the underworld. Tho move
ment deserves tho hearty support
of christians of every denomination
and of right thinking people every
where. It is an important matter
of deep human interest.
There are many' farm products
besides tobacco which the farmers
could raise with profit and not bo
subjected to tbe yearly anxiety ot
vale of same. Thero aro poultry,
fruit, vegetables, hogs, cereals,
blooded or even common stock, and
the various varieties of stock fcd.
which always find a ready market,
and it does not take a year (like it
does tobacco) to produce any of
these for market. Frequently
fanners come to town and buy the
very provisions which they ought
to bo selling to tbe grocirrroan.
Something wrong about this. To
bacco is s rather unstable product
for a regular. livelihood.
A trade report ro, tho New
York Unsocial district says: "Near
ly all security holders aru now con
vinced that the tek saarket will
bars discounted any pMiifelo bad
-electa of Democratic ntf by tba,
.'hild there bo in Mr. Wllsoas
coming Into the presidency to ra ,
1 basinets circles anywhere? His oft
expressed sentiments sad bis per-'
. sonai rord show his to be f.
'onservatire and reliable business
, acumen. It now seems certain that
the country, under bis adalcistra-
Hon as President, will prosper as
! There Is a touea or pathos aad
pity contained In the accounts oa
.the first and third pages of The
Herfld to-day of tow an Evans-,
Ivllle immoral nouse Eeeper raur-
n sk....i w? i ii.. m ... ...:&. ..ct.
,.M'l,fc .h. 1. It is
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... , . ..- .IaIa ....... ?W a 1.
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ao UTias "" " ""- -
of a most heinous doaMe crime.
this creature bo only a few years
ago was somebody's darliag baby,
sow finds herself alone, deserted.
with net a soal to offer a helping
Verllr. "the wages of sta Js
'tlcle offered for peUlcation Dr. J. J
X. McCorsnacK. geeretary or the
, 9. . He,ls4. ; !
lke r(?port ot e Sute Board for !
this year, we hate beea able to
state that Keatecky" newspapers
1 hsTe doae more to help improve
bealtfc coadiUons in Kentucky the
! rear any other force ea-
J;aru ta """ -win. . o -y
as tais taat tne
newspapers get the credit which
they deserre. Every citizen of the
State should take bis county paper,
not only for the real worth of It
which is always cheap at the price
hot for the support of a business
that Is constantly accomplishing
wort wfiiela Df. ilcCbraa'cV feot
mere is some isik in potuicai
circies mostly by Bull Moose
newspapers about uniting the Taft
back down from well defined prin
ciples and allegations. There could
be little compromise with honor. It
remains to be seen, etc.
Mr. J. V Brown For Clerk.
Mr. J. L. Brown, of Rockport,
announces in this Issue of The Her-
aid for the office of County Court
Clerk, subject to the action of the
Democratic party at tbe General
Primary to be held in Ohio county
on Saturday, August 2, 1913. Mr.
Brown has diplomas from Hartford
thoroughly qualified for County
Court Clerk. Mr. Brown Is a mem
ter and secretary of the County
Board of Education, in which posi
tion he has served with credit to
himself and constituency. Mr.
B.rown is a thorough Democrat and
peclally In the southern part ot the
The County Judge Rare.
Mr. L. B. Tichenor. of Hartford.
Route 5, county president A. S. of
Democratic nomination for County
Judge of Ohio county. Mr. Tlnl'o-
nor is well and favorably known
throughout the county, having been
intimately identified with lhe A. 3.
of K. movement. He is also a
member of the County Board ot
Education. He Is well quali
fied for tbe position of Judga and
would make a good one. His nat
ural characteristics speak for his,
ability, and his many friends wll,
be glad be has entered the race.
He solicits the voles of his party.
Mr. W. M. ISoyil For Jailer.
Elsewhere In these columns will
he found the announcement of Mr.
W. M. Boyd, of Ccntertown, for
the office ot Jailer of Ohio county,
subject to the action of the Demo-
crattc party at tho General Primary
to be held in Ohio county on Sat
urday, August 2, 1913. Mr. Boyd
is one of Ohio county's best citi
zens, well qualified for Jailer and is
a member of a family of ten broth
ers, nine of whom lire in Ohio
county, who never scratched a Dem
ocratic nominee. We bespeak for
him a good following throughout
the county and especially In the
eastern and western sections of tha
county where he Is best known!
Subscribe tor Th BaraM. ft year.
MURDER W 18 WIMN
M HER MM.E FfttEHD
.The Twe Were Arrested, Chrg-
ed With K'M'Mg We
Newport. Ky Jan.
alias "Dad" Minor, aad Mrs
GIH. lfe of Loals Gill. who
foaad dead at his home oa Hodge
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street here last
a charge o! zaar-
arrested to-day oa
m-iflr KatL GIN. a sister of the dead
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-.. wi. .k. -.f , M.r
MJ.J. UMA P....1.. ... L.. .2.U..A..&
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with the kUlinr.
vinnP and v. mil r located
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at the home of Mrs. Renter, on
West Eighth street, between Pat-;
tersoa and Brighton, aad wnea the: Read at the quarterly conference
arrest was made it was said the!neid tere Saturday and Sunday
couple were getting ready to leave iand . Al 3jtbodIst Sunday
lowa. . school last Sunday morning:
On the night before GUI's bodj Tear aalltte mblt to
was found, the man had approached. dnlft a fBttMe Md reso.
.Ww.. . j u . ,
ponceman. He saia tnai ne wani-
cA 9 B rfcr In 4vTn. tn YlTc himo
It i. . i. ' I
auu uia&e liuur Jttie lucre:.- ratr j
was arftiftA1 tn m hnnp. aa' hf had '
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&een onnHing. iater innor, wnose.
r,u, :, i.wi- at ,. ti t
sought the police, saying that Mrs. .
Gill wanted an oScer to come to
the house and compel her husoand
to leav c " i
The next morning Mr., filll re-
ported that she had found her has-
band dead. Bruises were found on
his chest, and Coroner Diebr. after
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found that there
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was a blood clot between tbe brain
and skull on tbe left side of the
bead and that death was due to
uinn. m . ,-,. .. I
term in the Frankfort Penitentiary i
several years ago In connecUon with 4
an attack on a woman, f ' I
THE liEMIVEU PASTORIOF
METHODIST CHURCH I)EAI j
Few events have ever occurred
in Hartford that created the sur
prise and general grief which came
at the announcement of the sudden
Illness death soon following of
If T V Tr.ln n..- t,l
., . j ,. ,. L . .
Hartford Methodist Church and of
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,v w " r"vv
"wiMfuii wuic tuc OdU liens Luat UK
bad been stricken with paralysis at
his home at the parsonage, which
occasioned general sorrow, but Ic
was hoped that this was only par
tial or temporary. Frequent re
ports from his home, however, were
to the effect that he was gradually
growing worse, and that he was
unconscious almost from tbe. start.
Drs. Ford, Riley and Pendleton
were on hand from the beginning
of his sudden illness, and all that
medical skill and loving care could
do, was done, but after lingering
seven hours, ha passed away at 2
o'clock Wednesday ""afternoon
When death came, all the members
of his family were present and also
a number of members of his church
and neighbors. It was a sad death,
so sudden and unexpected, carry
ing away a man so-ffhlversally loved
and respected. He was apparently
in his usual health only a few hours
Few men have ever come to
Hartford and won their way so
quickly into the love and affections
of the people as did Rev. Joiner. He
was of an exceedingly genial and
sociable disposition and to meet
him was to feel at once the fore of
his tender heart and excellent char
acter. He mixed freely arid weir
comely with everybody an( made
himself compnniodublo with all. It
was his habit n a pastor io meet
and know as many people as rou
ble and there was no distinction In
his friendships, rnu spirit of ihe
Master was 'n H'm -.. he i bowed
it in .every platliu of life. The
people loved him as a pasor and
they loved Iil-n ns n frlond, whe'h
er they belonged to another or no
church at all.
Rev. Joiner was serving his sec
ond year as pastor of this circuit,
having been sent hero from Cres
cent Hill, Louisville, Ifl the fall of
1911. He was born in Trigg-county,
Ky., September 26, '18ffl. En
tered the ministry about- thirty
years ago and has been continu
ously preaching In tSe Louisville
conference ever since; His first
charge was at Llvermbre? McLean
county. He was married' Septem
ber 1,188C, to Miss Eufaula Har
ris, of Daviess county, and u sur-
vlved by bis loving companion and
the following children: Eugene
Harris, Mary nay, Margaret' Allen,
Samuel Edward, Robert Marlon,'
Emma Fraaklia and James Clinton,
He bad no near relative okaer than
bit Immediate family. Dri 8. J.
Harris, of Phllpot; Ky., a brother
of Mrs. Joiner, arrived early' Thura
jdsy Borates aad attended tke fa- are. the bullets killing Natim blm
'BeraL jartf. Tbre wa ao disturbance!
IspresrlTe tcnerai wrrtce wera',"-"- v
conducted at the Baptist chorea
Thursiiay afternoon at 2.3 by
, Rer. S. J. Thwnpsoa. Presiding El
der of the Owessboro district, as-
' sisted br Rer C. F. "Wlscberly. of:
, Beaver Dasi. Rer. R. D. Bennett,
Rer. E. B. English, of the Hartford
Baptist Church, aad Elder W. B.
rT: f' '",. ,.,,
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b -v w- n w asr itmt t- x n car n a si r iiti am :
Chureh. 'After the serrlces the re-
alas were laterred at Oakwood
.k- K..tfi,lbe disease is llkelr to spread If
cearetery. Arsons Use beaatUal v.v,
. , ' .
! floral offering
, . -,
btlc nn trrm TTsrt
. ford Teat Sights of the Macca-'
bees, of wWch Rer. Joiner wa a I
'meaer. oae rroa tae college ic -
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Kr . " iIJlnTJ. " aiS,bri,pes of i, coaannUy in
daoghters are employed as teachers,
ui one Ifo:a Hamord iietaoa-1
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IIHTU1AIIU.13 V. iJlD
DE.VTH OF RET. JOIXER
BUong on the death-of our lament-
ed pastor, the Rer. T. V. Joiner,
Bro. Joiner died quite suddenly!
at his honi. In Hartford. Kenttictr.!
January 22, 1913. from apoplexy.
He "ved but a fevr hours after lhe
Sm attack- He was Afty-elght
ot ' acd had fafully
PreacJlea lbe Gospel of th Christ
ior W'T J"ears- In CPOSiUon he
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"a8 n ?iral aaj5 looKing ai;ueniry win attend scnool.
tbe nnnlr E,de of a Question. He. Lyman Barrett made a business
was one oi those who had aBt
the vision and Inspiration of the
t Higher Life and "walked and talked
Hrmer of HrmK he A tM
1 1 1sion --rf-tte--nT!iIMmerW- the,
dominant note of his life. Without
"prlde of Plnioa" he clunS with
unwaver,ng fallh to the "Man ot
Gaee" and the "God of Revela-
tlon.' In all ways he was kindly
and gentle, tender and considerate
of the feeHng8 and oplnjons of oth.
ers Tet firm and consistent in his
own views and opinions.
He had the rare and wonderful
faculty of discussing with others
religious questions, where opinions
differ, without offending those who
differed from him. With a smiling
n anu a tueeriui nean ana wiw
jfa knowledge ofthe factfhe
. . .., . . , ...
walked :for many
months in tbe
shadow of death and only he and
his physicians knew it. In the
great age-long, world-wide struggle
for his Father's Kingdom, he fell,
full armored, on the firing line and
beneath the stainless banner of the
Cross. He walked the highways of
life a Christian gentleman in alf
his dealings with his fellow men.
We shall miss his cheery vo!ce,and
pleasant face, his devoted christian
life and wlu rntmaeta In tho .(J
fairs of the church. Therefor h it
Resolved, 1st. That the Metbod
Ist Episcopal Church', South, has
lost In the" death 6 Bro. Joiner an
able, devoted and faithful minister
and. pastor, a wise counselor and
adviser, andjone who was devoted
to his Church, and bis charge,
2d. To. his famUy w earnestly
tender our slncerest sympathy in
their bereavement and sorrow, tho
common heritage, but remind them
that above the shadows and clouds,
still smiles the face of their God.
3d. That a copy of these resolu
tions be presented to the family, to
the Methodist Sunday School, The
Christian Advocate, CentralMcth
odlst and. the county papers" for
REV. R. D. BENNETT,
J. S. GLENN,
C. M. BARNETT,
MEMORIAL SERVICES IX
HONOR OF REV. T. V. JOIXER
Franklin, Ky., Jan. 26. The
congregation of the Methodist Epis
copal Church, South, of which the
late T. V. Joiner was for four years
pastor, to-day held memorial ser
vice. The Rov. J. R. McAfee and
W. B. Douglass, R. H. Lacy, A. S.
Walker, H. H. Knapp, H. W. Brow
der, A. H. Hill and Alfred Harwell
paid tribute to the character of Mr.
Our First Clearance Begins next
Saturday, February 1st. Watch for
Big White Bills.
Xazlm I'aha Shot to Death.
Constantinople, Jaa. 23. Nazim
Pasha, former war minister aad
commander ot the Turkish army,
was shot during a demonstration
here to-night. Eaver Bey aad Ta-,
latt Bey bad given orders that ao
blood should be shed. But Nailm
Pasha's aide "red from a window
of the Porte at Barer Bey aad his
companion and' they returned the
HITLER COl'XTV FEARS
EPIDEMIC OF SMALLPOX
Morgantown, Ky., Jan. 27. An
epidemic of smallpox threatens But-
j lr countr. Dr. J. H. Austin, health
oSeer of the county, reports twen-
; ty-two cases la the Flatwoods vl-
There hare been no deaths
as ret. but it U sid to be difficult
. f ., .. .
to keep a quarantine effective, and
cot checked soon.
Jaa- 27. The recent rains and
;Mch . h.Te ,-j. j,. nAia and
.. ... ...
jreIT j coajiuoa, which is added
br the -coatlnual tobacco haul-
( Eev. W. H. Fonaan went to Har-
dinsbarg this morning on business.
Mr. James Thomas and family
will coTe to Irrington, trhere they
hare recently purchased a home.
Mr. Orrllle Lloyd aad wife left
last week for Bowling .Green, where
Mr. Lloyd will attend the Business
Mrs. Sarah Boswell, -who has been
sick for several weeks. Is iranrov-
Mr. A- Humble and family have
moved to their farm near Huff's
Creek, which they recently pur
chased of Mr. Sam Davidson.
Mr. Floyd Smith and sister
Clara, have entered Fordsville High
Mr. Moley Gentry and wife have
moved to Fordsville, where
trip to Fordsville last Friday.
""- " - j. v.. iescn, wno
. "" wea "suing ner oaugnter,
2:-! -sJ.of L??iect.. or the
pasi lew aays, returned tome Sat
urday. Mr. Cleveland Rains has gone to
Central City to take up his regu
Mr. Willie Monroe, wife and son
Hallfe, or , were In our midst
Mrs. Joe Hatler Is Imnrnvln?
Little David Parks is on the sick
Rev. Taylor will begin a revival
meeting at Mt. Zion on the 27th of
.Our First ;Clearancevlegins next
i Saturday, February 1st. Watch for
B,S White Bills.
t .? ?. OOOOOOOOOO
O KESOIil'TIOXS OF RESPECT O
Whereas, death has again visited
the ranks of Acme Lodge No. 339,
Indeptjdent Order of Odd Fellows,
and called from our circle Brother
M' McCormlck. who died In the city
of Louisville on Friday, January
10. 1913, therefore be It
Resolvedyby Acme Lodge No.
339, I. O. O. F., that in the death of
Brother McCormick we have lost a
true and worthy member, whom we
will miss in our nails; that we shall
ever cherish his memory as a faith
ful Odd Fellow and upright-citizen
and a kind, loving husband and
Resolved, that we extend to his
bereaved companion and loved ones
our sympathies In their- hour of be
reavement, and a copy of these res
olutions be' furnished the family
and published In tbe local press.
Resolved, further, that the usual
mourning be worn for thirty days.
C. M. BARNETT,
W. R. HEDR1CK,
S. F. RILEY.
New Train i it i vice.
Effective January 23d. No. Hi's
schedule changed to the following
Leave Madlsonvllle. .. .10:45 a. m.
Leave Moorman. .. ,
,.12:15 p. m.
.12:30 p. m.
..12:45 p. m,
, . 1:05 p. m.
. . 1:25 p. m,
. . 1:35 p. m.
. . 1:45 p. m.
. . 2:10 p. m.
Leave Kronos . .'.
Leave Hartford . ,
Leave Dukeburst .
Leave Sunnydale ,
Leave Dundee . . .
Arrive Ellraltch .,
II. E. MISCHKE, Agt.
A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride.
To warn people of a fearful for
est fire in the Catskills a yqung
girl rode horseback at midnight
was glorious, but lives are often
was glorious but Uvea are often
saved, by Dr. King's New Discovery
In curing lung trouble, coughs and
colds, which might have ended in
consumption or pneumonia, "it
cured me of a dreadful cough and
lung dUease," writes W. R. Patter
son, y?alllBgtoB, Tex., "after four
la our 'family had died with eoa-
sumption, aad I Mined 87 Dounda.'
Nothing, so sure aad safe for all
threat aad Wag troubles. Prlea Sftc
aad Sl.. -Trial bottle free. Guar-
mW4 ky Jams R. William; a
ffll.'IltV .Ilftil.. " ! '
Wc aro nu'uiOfUcrt to announce
I. 11. TK'HKXOIt,
o"MIartford, Ky Route4 'u, as a!
candidate for the Democratic noirii
Ination for the office of County
Judge of Ohio county, subject to the
action of tho General .Primary, Sat
urday, August 2, 1913". ''
Wc are authorized o announce
Of Hartford, Ky as a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
the office of Sheriff of Ohio county,
subject to the action of the Demo
crats at the General Primary, Sat
urday, August, 2, 1913.
We are authorized to announce
.1. Ii. MASSIK,
Of Hartford, Ky., Route 6, aa 'a.
candidate for the Democratic nomi
nation for the office of 'Sheriff of
Ohio county, subject to the action
of the General Primary, Saturday,
(August 2, 1913. 3.
County Court CTcir
We are authorized to announce
J. IJ. REXFROW,'
Of Narrows, Ky., as a candidate for
the Deocratlc nomination for the of-T
See of County Court Clerk for Ohio
county, subject to the action of the
General Primary. Saturday, August,
We arc authorized to announce
Of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate
(for the Democratic nomination fop
the office of County Court Clerk for
Ohio county, subject to the action
of the General Primary, Saturday
August 2, 1913. , jf
We are authorized to announce i
JAS. Ii. UROWX, i -J3JtJRo.cljpijrt,.Kv...as-a-caJidIdaJe.ior
the Democratic nomination -for the
office of County Court Clerk "'for
Ohio county, subject to the actToa
of the General Primary, Saturday,
August 2, 1913. '
We are authorized to announce .
IlV KIIX!J !
rr n....i ..
Vl naruorn, ivy., jtoute b, as,a
candidate for the Democratic nsm'4
(f-lts-t fnw U. Aill.- , "
natlon for the offlce of Count
Cnurt PlorL- fni- nhir, n.,n... ..i.
Ject t0 the actIon of th o;
Prlmary. Saturdaj, August n
. .. For Jailer.
CHAS. P. TURNER,"
Of Hartford, Ky., as a candidate.for
the Democratic nomination for-nhe
office of Jailer nf (thin min,. r,..i.
ject to the action ofthe General
Primary. Saturday, August 2, 1913.
We are authorized to announce
W. M. BOYD, V
Of Centertown, Ky., as a candidate
for the Democratic nomination for
the office of Jailer of Ohio county,
subject to the action of the-Seneral
Primary, Saturday, August-'2,n913.
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O SPECIAL NOTICE" O
O in regard to ' u O
O OBITUARIES, RESOLUTIONS O
O OF RESPECT, c. &
The Hartford Herald has adopted
a new rule in regard to Obituaries,
Resolutions of Respect, Cards of
Thanks, &c whether written -at -tho
the behest of lodges, churches fir In
dividuals, and that is, we shall
charge at the rate of two cents per
line for all such articles, except obit
uary poetry, which will be one cent
per word, stralghtThls is tne Bmall-u
est rate we charge for anything and,
is only one-fifth of our regular rate.
The amount, In cash or stamps,
must accompanycach article, or
it will not be printed.' 1 Six
words average a line In ordi
nary reading and every separate
character or Initial letter counts as
a word. The heading and the Big
nature both count one line each,
oxen if they are only a word or "two.
All obituary poetry, straight
through, one cent per word. '
Contributors please remember.
United Statos Life,
Security Life, Chicago.
Midland Casualty Co.
, ,. Chicago.
S.0 for ., -per ye.-Hae.
Weekly Ufltmiif. , , j 'j$