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"U.I 3 U" : n SECRETARY PIRTLE WRITES interesting Letter to The Farmers. I J Should Stand Always for Organ izationWhat A. S. of ; E. is Doing. To im former: Hark! Iknr tho cry for minors 800 thus owan. of nlpo groin nuady for tlw hnnvvat. lt us rtao ui and Ait to work) Do you EMajwihat a gsvat' fliold Is lvady for tlw hanvcot (iTB if wo only got U laborers in tho field. Theroi is a vn'rt wea pjirttwl More us, reaching from tiw. Gulf (o the Otvnt Lakius and from ootan to ocemn. A81 of "this vast field Is roady for tlu arvt fo Iril'B it!ooo tlio laborers In tho field, jieriaUy In oiw snail mot. Lot that pot b3 Oliito county, Ky. Can't you &. .wliat a gn.sut work can ibo dome fcr tlio one grwat or-SialaEUtton-Htho A. S. of E. df v only &it to work and strike mfaiio tho iron is hot. Yut no many sit wiiy gui o ont an swine j tho iron is hot. Yut no many s idly by nnd do noaMivg. J v 1 what has Iwaomo of our corxu Ing oomniltituo. Not a Blnglo wondur corjind- OII has ibo'.n. hoard from, yjfc nKtiriy tbneo months ha gone by sinou they wpjoxj appointed. Surr-fly they haw not lost lntonesit aud none Ua:k iioa onolr bust friends. J Surely ono can oe by now what . has boon (he makdns of pnl&e on. tnbaooo. All sco the nwd of oo-op-onation So lot ua gut to work and organize and try to the vory utmost to protaot our rights nnd iirtnalptte and thu wel'aro of ouna.Cnxe and families. Can you afford to lot such a no ble organization dwindlo and die just for the loot of 5our pushing 4 House Plants Free We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely iree to every farmer's wife in this section. These plants consist of: 1 Mrs. Lawson Carnation 1 Geranium 1 Flowering Begonia 1 Boston Fern By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman of St. Louis, we can offer The Hartford Republican, one year; The Farmer and Stockman one year, both for $1.25, and give these four house plants postage paid absolutely free. The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florists' green house to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants. Therefore, we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away pur entire allotment. Fill out the coupon now, before it is too late, and mail it or send it to us with $1.25 todaj , USE THIS Date HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky., Gentlemen: Attached is $1.25 for which send me The Hartford Republican one year; the Farmer and Stockman one year; and your four house plants. My Name is My Address is New or Old Subscriber? Adrress all Orders to THE Hffl REPUBLIGAM HARTFORD, KY. and funding for Justice? For tho lack elf tha uso of your jkm nnd spending only flo or (Jirhw Ipuns a wvtsk In your local? For '.he lack of your piklng n fMW words to your ne'ehbur? You Jtrjuiw you can't aftord to do tot. You don't aim to. You know tthnit If your go ing to your .local would cauj tfiJs ordr to gnaw nmd proTjwr nnid nc ooanplish our punjiiose, that If your prtosneo nould bring tM.a Wbout you would be tiKW uwry Jimo. Yt yon don't sop and think that you are tho very causa of it n(tit b-ilng H'nong oa It ahould b, eimpty liy not attoiuUrg your nwaMnga and encouraging others CD !o Klw kuhd You members who have roluaad to ko.p vour dune jaid and forsaken the ranks on account of film tcnaJ amoiroit asked for to pay mxitan.3os I aak you to stop and Oilnik hwv much good the lltt'o nillo has (tone, then (th'.uk how much tihu trusts havo itnlKin fnum you and your toni lly; think how they imve oxusori yur wife to warklflc,r aamto of the mlillonali' wlv-.s. Uhlnk of Mk-V things coni!dor Uhium wcill and 1 am suro you wJU rnji.-nt nnd jxfturn with rnuwid counago twwl maku a bjttor Bu'A'or than ovor- We will tight (iliu baV.Io and ,wjn the Miatorj-. To the man ithat has mowr on l!a'.yl, would ask the tfcoson why, but wo know full wkJ1 whim mxj &.-e you tromjbla and tjt unc-asy pvhnn you think our mate lirmta fajlod. Wo luaio sera you quake for tfjrjr, more than onco. At thoaa ttalos jouaro almost jvirsuatfr.d to qn'Mat, but for a lli'u!e uoiflih gtvud you IJII not. You know ypu would not have UUb mowmenit to fall 'jhrough far any thing under r pj-on, jjt jiou tloa't aj.ini to hav-3 twrvo and backbono enough to st:ip up and unl!st, to Clgliit Cho batlo of juaUco. You had rather s'aad back and watch others do the fighting and you nap the reward financially, but Rri'jituaUy and honorably you gvit no paward. Why don't xu launch out on life's billows and hu'.p tlm world (ndXad if. ei!if alpno71 Would you not T.Vih- tT be a e'jrong link In the back bono of the world iastrod of a parasite to wuakon onto of Abo sitnong lluka? It ia Umo .we. as faronura were COUPON. tilUnluing and thinking BSttrxty. It h time wo wore raiding- It la hlflh Urmo wra wniro aottng and i".th a vim. It Is (Lime wu ,wjre nito'nidlns to our own bualrarsa a nCiir m'.m do. It is KittK wo www vjtArjs nc oxxllrg to our hondit con'vlcttans. Otitis mo 3 our faults and tttrdko a' tihu weak plao b, eo kit's make tha W ak places airang. O hi ir iuuad nifcs men. call us fooJs and nU W.nd3 of hard names .b.Kausp of our fail ure to gracip wrat la oura Wdll Ju-it glvo a Jitti'o ariooch whlclh fits us farmers. It ffaa a vast audfonpo of formers and la boning tmon in. a groat Qjud''-tor,lutn and ithva eipsaknir a inlilliioivtfJVs. Thn ciurtiUa aroa? he Rjqpied ifonward and apoke as follows: "You wxrli9 amutia mo. Somio-t'm-.a you may cauno my follow mlllio nlrca to bj uneasy, but ypu a)wayB aimusa two. I kmow you. "You ore a groat p:opfcj, poifcein t'ally groat, but tin blg&cttt P.Jt of fools In tho world. iYou 4uwia tnorvj power and make lots w3 of It Chan any c'axa on nan (a. You haio one nod. amirs fttut jxu llko to hon" the tru'ii oven about ypuTBelvus. "I am a mllUona'no btcauHj you allowtt I can uso my Wtpi'Jh for your UmWit, but I am apt to ua-3 It to graJfy mys Jf. We rtoh ikoU iwork togefthr whJwr wo like toch oth tr or nat. You folks wonU- You lmagln-j HomMV.muj rtihat you are going to oo-oiwrai , (buit jxu eoontr or lai'ur makkj a nuxa t(f i't. Boma of your be;t friends have (worn tlwir lives out trying to gut you to oo-op-.T3.tB and failed- I BcwM de stroy any fannx-ms' organiizarioni in tho ooum'iry by iadusitnlou'S M'ark. You would not even know 1 ias flight ing you. I would dioojlvdi nan3 of Tour momb-Ts and xaj Eomio Cif ,our leatfors. You ono a good H-jcipSo but no ibjtiter .than thoso ft oT.hi.r voca tioa?. "You are not loyal to each cither. There is your wi.uk plooii HnJif of you can bo bnlbud with a tnu3s of pottage to dosjrt jtbut pwri caus; and imagine you are doing a good thins. You are eusplaoua, lit is easy to sqw iw sj-.-ds of dlacord among jdu. That is twhy I am tafv In my buainors of Bkinmiing-pu. No, you iitxn'it stick to3-Ah.r. You cau't agrwj. You can bo gclbhkd by eide braaklng Eolunnoj. You titM pit a bait handjjd you by an ou'sidi.r and look and diiitrust on all tiha plans of your organiiza'ttan. You won't price your product to tho world and stand firmly by It as others do. Ev ery one doius this eucaa fis." Who is responsible tor this state of a.1fa(x3? Wfho ano jbe la borers and voters of (this coutmunlty Who is in tho majority? You don't r:aUze what jour relative condition is, and itihia faite that nwadts ou un d.jr pnosMiii teniloniali'js Your mind is mot on ypur busin-DSi. Now, you may differ as to the utility of what 1 have aadd. Some of you iwUl want to mjand your ways and others of you will rhakie ynur heads and say: "What is to us.-?" And thtmo you ore. HDXRY M. PIRTLE. Saved Her Own Life. ; Lebanon Jet, Ky. Mrs. Minnie Lamb, of this place, saye, "I believe I would have been dead before now, had it not been for Oardu!. I haven't had one of those bad epelte since I com menced to use your medicine." Car dul is a specific medicine for the ilia that women suffer. Carouiis made from harmless vegetable In redlentfl. It 1b a safe, reliable medi cine, successfully used by suffer ing women for more han fifty years. Try It to-day tor sale at all drug gists. A2 CHilolrn Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A ' ' - Agricultural Ezteasion. PNEUMONIA IN SWINE. Just at this stiuott of tlw jxtuvKen itucky is I'hilcUy eca.tttfi.-d vii'U n fa tal dls.i-3 In hogi. This d!aufk in a majority of cases i hog oliaViirajbut itilwitt turn been many ujlciai'iicinBi for amtdnhog chol.ira wnmi uhorv, upon lute'Acm, wo Law fcjusod it &a not hog cholera but pmoumoniia. Pneu monia in swine Is a viry common di!a ase, and during (ho wJnft.tr moju'.hs eepwcJally 4a vary prvafcrit, and una should be stole to d'i'scuiLua botw?on (fe prtowy aflartloa ia ia-) W:p, lunSfj pniTUimonla T.nd heg cho'era, which fr.jijiujr.i'Jy ihLiwa a b paroJary pnrjumcni'a in cocuWna'.t'on twiu 1! lons w-ill Ind'cVdvtj'of hog cdnlictu A ddff.jnsJjitail dijagnotr'a of Um u (jWokHi cas a in tiwlno is no' alwy i.Cb' b ifoio ljai,h, und a post man'nn l fhwcwliy JiTOissary. It is truy that In hog cohoVm pniiwnom'a oficn exte's, but always as ttaoon-JoTy iini-,umoni'a; hijwiovor, ipneumori'a may occur olo.no as a primary infuttlon. In pneumonia coniSJod aras are found in the lungs, Bomo'Cimes of a bright n.d tJnge but tfOen of a dark grayish icd- In toinw casws they aro b.aok with pockes Df pus (Gangron us). Thi's tatttr tcBril'Moni ip found In s oondiry jinaumonla, cpniHequosii upon chd'ruia, ob well as in princary pneumonia. Where cholera lexfets the lung himou-jhagp erie pn.nil nJao in the form of small pin point lnincir- rhagei, Aleo in tIMs cnb thb pholora losions are promlnynUy dcvjcipiedi in tfluo alkni.'m iary tract. Thhks noln'ts swrvo to (lisUnguifh the tiwo condil- tlcns, wlKiihor 'cxistilng alonio or nhnul taaeous'y. When the Un exltfc togvaai or the jimenunoma is sjoondary and conlnact-.d nf.'itT 'Jio chefcra hhis low- cavd ithe vitplity. rneumonia in swino p,assjs uhrciugh the same stages as in abhor domi.Btlc animals nmd in man, nceorrtpaniod by symptoms tractfcaiily ,thu Eomu, If corjijotly Jnto-pnoted.! Mf.hanical tojumonta. is frequent in hogs and is caus.d by direclirri'a''.('onsuDh as med ical liquids in itibo fonm of dnnches which lodgo In tho lung tissue by dust nnd dirt cona'anrJy iruhalod from dusrjy sloeping quarterB; by (jxacnul wounxlB or portions of ftraatonud Kbs penutraMng the lung toisue; from housing in ill v&tf&oiKA cfalMi b nj oa3sitadcB ithe constamt lnhofiaftan of foul air .which is inBUfXucienjt in oxy gen to nourish ithe body and results in pulmonary Rtagnatfon and congys tilon. The animal exhibits a chall, oiten unnoilccd, followed by furor, which is indicated by diulmtas and drowfiiinwss; tatoru-.Bd bjioaithng and dry cough ,with almost campUnjjo Iosb of apprfiite. The animal Ehoiws Dan sldcirablo pain 'Wihien forced to move, and moving g:mi iraliys'imu.'n'ie'scougt-i ing and naspirarion. ITIhe coughi ia dry at first, nnd in cases Df rucovery gradually bocoonws aoifitrir and haeitr. In fatal codes deafth is pruow6jd by un.efl6ln.2SB, duUm.-EB, Joss of bphhIjUj, poreUient fever (itianp-arfuture 104 &og. to 108 ddg,) lncreaa.d pu'sa rate (as high as ISO p r mrinu'e,) and ilnioivia&j respiration. The duration of ithe dis ease Is vanlable, but genw.raHy laats from 8 to 14 day Theme t& no dis ease which, it is more Important to pnovecit, as a diagnosis is not nflwayp made in time to avoid or ciijck the disease when once etariied. Miany casis in the iearly fitags can be check ed by the use of epaom salts. 1 oz., and" calomel 2-10 gr. AaanSlte tine. 4-15 m and v.tratuim vimtde fluid ext. 20-30 gr. are good for their ifcuier. ne duciag prop.irty and Cfluedr effeqt upon the vaaoular .aj-Btom, and should be comblnied with stimulants and tonics, such as whiskey, ginger opicohol and brandy. Laudanum, 1-4 dr. EhoUld be gleven to keeip aconltio and Viesratum from producing vc-mitirg- In (he con valeaocmit pnJod ammonium oajibonate. 15-40 gr., or tiunpenUne are used as exjaatarante. ' The trea'anent for pnvsumcxnm should in ithe tineit plnco ba piwemtfon. by namoviiaig tho caua?,wMch is f nequmMy due to exjKwure and changeable cUoalt lc coneutiloa3. During the oaovy apiung or laite fall -when bogs aro topropirly housodi and aooWered fit. ta not uncom mon for loom to die from tihtia ibrou bla. it is S3metims contaaat) d when they aire aiJowed to Ito around bay stacks where they pile up, peioome hoateid and tbt'.tn nme HovervJy. chiillod, or when ithicy are allawod to bi out in a cold, dlzzltng naJn. it cccmia morn trK-Kiuionitily in the wimi'ior than in the summer; uniiur sudilien vamlnitilons of tompora'ure, epecfatCy if is damp. It is eonie&m8 th3 tlosult uf caitarrh brought on by eight cxpcviuilo to cold. ROBERT GRAHAM, D. V. M. Dlivifdon Anfraail Husbandpy, Kenii-ucky ExrLTtrrkint Station Terrible Ficture of Suffering. Clinton, Ky. Mrs. M. C. McElroy, In a letter from Clinton, writes: "For six years, I was a sufferer from f ornate troubles. I could not eat, and could not stand on my foot, without suffering great pain. I had lost hope. After using Cardul a week, I began to improve. Now I feel better than in six years." Fjfty years of suc cess In actual practice, is posltlvo proof, furnished by those who have tried it, that Cardul can always be relied on for relieving female weak ness and disease. Try Cardul, to-day nowl A-4 Gone Home. After a brM IIUkcb, Mr. O. S. Hick), of Liwirmono, Ky., dqoarbed ttu lifw Doc 6, 1911. Tba funwna.1 cttrisaouV (orduo'cd by (Ana Riov. 0, M. ShuVa afsVd by ebb Rev. E. H. Waddox, jut do ckx3 U iwbioa bis Twnatas wtciro lafxmA at Oak The Kind Ton Hare Always in use for over SO years, and has &, fJP-J1-. Bona! supervision since its Infancy. CUCA4M, Allow no one to deceive yon in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bat Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What Is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Fare gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bean the Z&?m&t The Kind Ton Han Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMI CKMTAUH COBNUT, TT MUKIUT tmRi HCWVOMI CITY. OUR CLUBBING RATES. The Republican and Louisville Herald fl.35 The Republicak and Courier-Journal 1.50 The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democrat 1.75 The Republican and Home and Farm 1.25 The Republican and Twice-a-WeekOwensboroInquirer 1.75 The Republican and Louisville Daily Herald 3.25 The jxepublican and Uauy uwenBooro inquirer 3.25 The Republican and Twice-a-Week O'boro Messenger 1.75 The Republican and Kentucky Farmer 1.75 The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine.. 1.30, The Republican and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer. .. . 1:50 The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer f 1.25 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN. Hill Cemetery,, thane to cumalit tSio rasfiwreotfon morn. Mr. HlckB iwaa .barn n-:ar Oal!ho&a. McLean county, Ky., In 1S39, and was married to Miss Maiftha Brown, of Ohio county, Ky.., Dec. 18C0. flttUs happy union was otasaed. wiith Voree dutiful, dtfvicfiad chsKman Mrs. Flora Hocfcer. of MadlsoEwllie, Ky., Bind. xtlua innn an A Tantll H1ikR who bav bn umo;asSiiis in tteir oMbrts: to lighten Jihe labors of a dtvcitod. in valid- fa'toor. And notwlth'g'jaina'Jis hds total UlneEfl was brl-jt. Flora reaohied h'x ,bds!d3 in lUmo to Join molhCT andetiti:rsinftoeiadyBti hope ful Good-bjieu Mr. Hdohs' arly life was aponit up on ibba farm. THno last uigWieni jmusj of 'his lite .was dwoted .to dibe Irk aoano' dut&s of druggist ait Lilv.cir more, wJnane t had a nost of ft-lunds. Ha .Drofaseed raWeion in arty llfo and united at, onoo wJitn thy Mettol- Ist Eipdscopal Churoh of iwbJch lie ro malmed a oonulEtomi innitr until deatn. Dear Eorjowlng friomls: Drcp the ,wairm tear or Jasus Wnpt; Sorrow hall find rteitof in rjears, But Jet no eeccxt rir.if le kept To iQJ3'jo ti.o soul t&roush naimi:iki6 yeara. They rest in hope; thir haUawd dutU Id wotchud, and fjiumitho gnaw fcihall rlso, N Earih shall ncstoro lu:ir, racned. txusi Mad ail immortal for the eluU. . Parson's Poem a Gem. From Rv. H. StubunvoJL AMffison, Ia in pnalBa of Dr. Klmg'a Nhsw Ltfo Pills, "Thy'ro fuoh a hflilh rtacusaijty, l In ovrry honw thoao pill3 eJiould bo. If oTJMt kinds j-ou've rtiriioxl &ix wain, USB DR. KINO'S And bo well again." On-ty 25c Bit all druggists. ' 0 "Charles DIckeis aid Womb. (By the lato Hiry Suowdin. Wand.) Tha ivc.wt iddfli teafh dn Now York of Mr. Hemry Snowdpn Ward, tho dltinguiahied Soerutary & the DUkfcns FtJJowLStip ia Ecstend, ia. as uinoiJvJy depjored, to Asa&is m la Bought, nnd which has been has borne the signature of been made under his per- Signature of the land of bis bintjh. Ills deliKtfui lieotunciB on Dickens and Staakespaano have bcKD poipular literary fea&urtes of tlbis season; and one ot blB fefeet acts was the ppepaxai:don of on il lunnlnating article for LdfppkiQOltt'a MAgaine on "Charts Dickane' and Woman," which will bo pbUetol In February (when the Dickons oeBAanary, is due. Ctilicirn cry rOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA "I am all right now, thanks to Dr. Mile' Heart Remedy." The same relief w ready for you. Are you sure you do not need it? If Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy halfWr- Cbarlet Holme, why won't it kelp vou? vvi'w 'VV "I wutroabUd with heart diM, , mwA lmm mbiIU. Kfl TW 'till' Vv s '? Heart Remedy, I got a 'yOHle. Be fore I got the HMrtRSWly I had to it up most 4 Ik sight, aad felt very bad t wf MMMMh. Whatever Iwould cat Met sm feel woftcaad y heart UatvUut. Bntthaaks to Dr. Mife.' Net Riatdr, I an all tight 'Br,' I eat good, ilecp good, iad feel like sew nan, al though I aa almott 68 years old. I have bees a aoldler la the late war ol the rebellion, and was badly wounded." CHARLES HOLMES, . Private Co. B, 54th N. Y. Infantry Volunteers, Walton, Delaware Co, N.Y. Dr. MiW Hart Rwadjr k kept ia thousand of homm m a. friend always to kc relied, upon ia time of need. 'fete byaMDniMtata HtHf)te,' toltfs telle telwislK, yew Menay -Is returnee. Aek any-lfwewiet. ' MiLBt MBSIOAb WtiUrte'ta'' ' .irtiii 1 in .iff r U - I.! jvft ir i ..' I! V -. i "I. '.?!( "vysM iiMr iet 1 M ."iJji .i!R .V" h Liies1"1 iHli VjeiiH .1 t,"j U.l n'l H'