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"vv HAZERS .dUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER 'Precedent Set By Jury in ortntIoeke(1 nml th0 Key (lel)08ited at the Carolina And Boys Go To Jail. Hamilton, N. C, March 15. Estab lishing a precedent In the annals or the State, a verdict of guilty of man slaughter was returned this after noon by the Jury In the trial of Ralph W. Oldham of Raleigh; Wil liam L. Merriam, of Wilmington, and Aubrey C. Hatch, of Mount Olive, the three University of North Caro lina students Indicted In connection with the death of Isaac William Hand In a hazing escapade at Chapel Hill, N. C, September 12, 1912. There Is no record of a hazing controversy being threshed out previously In the courts of this State. The verdict of the Jury was re turned at 3:10 o'clock, after three hours' deliberation. Judge R. 13. Peebles sentenced each of the prisoners to four months In the Orange County jail, beginning April S next. Each of the defendants was ordered to give $100 bonds for bis appearance before the County Commissioners, "who shall In their discretion hire them out to whomso ever they please in the State." The fathers of the defendants were in the court room when the minimum sentence for manslaughter was pro nounced. No evidence of emotion was dlsplaed by them, nor by the prisons. A teacher was reading to her class and came across the word "unaware." She asked If any one knew Its lnean- One small girl timidly raised her band, and gave (ftp following defl- pitlon: ' ' " ' -n 'IJnawaje is that you take off all the last thing Jjef ore OU put' jrour signtie on. ... ti Kales Governing Pony Contest. ' 1. Any boy or girl not over the age of 1C years, living in Ohio coun ty, may enter the contest. 2. This contest shall begin Fri day, March 21, 1913, and shall close On Saturday June 2S, 1913. A coupon good for 10 votes will be printed In The Hartford Republican for tho first four weeks of the contest. These, 'coupons when properly filled out muy be voted by an one for any contest ant. To be complete they must in clude the border. To bo counted lhy must be brought or mailed, (as shown by postmark) to this office on or before the date shown on each coupon. 3. Contestants will be furnished with receipts to be given for all pay ments on subscriptions, and as many sample copies of The Republican as desired. 4. Special voting coupons will be Issued for payments on subscrip tions, (new or old) as shown by schedule herewith. These can be vot ed at any time during the contest. The number of votes indicated will In no manner be changed during the progress of tho contest. SCHEDULE OF VOTES FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS. One year $1.00 200 votes Two years 2.00.... 5U0 votes i Three years 3.00 1,000 votes i Four years 4.00.... 1,400 otes Five years 5.00.... 2,000 votes 5. No employe of The Hartford Republican, nor member of their im mediate family, may enter the con test. C. Votes can not be bought, and once issued to, or east for, any con testant, may not bu transferred to another. All subscriptions secured by contestants, together with the money for same, are tho property of The Hartford Republican and must be turned Into this office. Subscriptions taken in tho name of one contestant may not be transferred to another in any manner, but must be turned In to this office and counted for tho one in whose name they were so cured. Any contestant dropping out of the contest ..ill lose tho votes cast for them. 7. Contestants, or their friends, need not tell anybody anything about their tes; If thoy do, they must tell the truth or they will bo ruled out of tho contest. S. No subscription may bo taken for inoro than llvo years In advance, but in addition an old subscriber may pay 'all arreais owing and votos will be Issued accordingly, thus, say for a total of seven years: 2 yottis ar rears 500 votes, 5 years in advance 2,01)0 votes, total 3.500 votes. i). v'oting couuons uud sulrfterln- 1' i -'Uist bo sent direct to the Con - u . -oi. Mii.tsy sent by mall must be'ragtoteriili money order or check, otherwise Tin Hartford Republican will not bebeld res4MnslUte for ft Ibunjr vjn V. 10. Vote! can be secure I only by the weans wi lunh in tv sr ml 11. ,o cometui tt.ll icuu ,u aid from Tho Hartford Rcpublclan about any contestant's vote. No count of tho votes will be made nt any time, until the final count, when tho winners will bo announced. Tho bal lot box will ho In plain w In il.l -rl. rpl, 1.n titltl 1ia orti-tllfnll Bank of Hartford until time for fl jiit.l count. 13. Tho contestant, boy or girl, who recehes the highest number of votes will reecho a first class, gontlo and well broken Shetland Pony to gether with a full set of harness and a pony buggy and will be given ito the winner after count is made. The contestant, boy or girl who re ceives the second highest vote will receive a $30. bicycle; if boy is win ner, a boy's bicycle and If girl Is winner, a girl's bicycle. Tho contest ant, boy or girl, who receives tho third highest vote will receive a $1G gold watch. 14. Three competent and Impartial Judges will be selected to count the votes on hour the contest closes. 15. All contestants, by entering this contest, bind themselves to ac cept and abide by the foregoing rules. 16. The publishers of The Hart ford Republican shall at all times be willing and glad to furnish any in formation In regard to tho contest. 17. The hour of closing the con test will be announced by publica tion In the Issue of the week pre ceding the close. Demand 3 Per Cent Money. Struggling farmers In the state of Colorado are to be assisted financial ly by the state, if measure proposed by their representatives in the leg islature are adopted by the nine teenth general assembly. In tho house there is a strong con tingent that will vote for any meas ure which will be Pi benefit to the farmers. The State Grange is rep resented by its secretary, Mrs. Angcs Riddle, and the Farmers' Union by Pearl Gates of Montezuma, John A. Hicks of Weld and John W. Goss of Boulder. Three per cent money for the farm ers will be the demand, the money to be furnished by the state. In Colora do there are hundreds of thousands of acres of land which can be cullt- vated successfully In tho event that financial backing is given to .men who will do the Work. Tho opening of the Panama canal will mean that thousands of settlers will come to Colorado to live and rear their fami lies. It is propospd 10 give these peo ple, as well .S those now settled on dry lahds, encouragement, and the encouragement will be substantial if the plans of the Grange and tho Farmers' Union people aro carried into effect. Co-Operative Farmer. To Know The Worst Soon. Both tho Democratic party and the country may be fooled by the coming Tariff and currency bills, but Mr. Wilson disregards all omens and cheerfully llxes April 1 as the date for the special session to take up those two matters. This early date obviates the prolongedagony of ai- rchenslon from which tho country suffered tho last time a Goventnent Democatlc In all bandies came into power with notice that Tariff cur rency matters were to be changed. The Tariff bills aro to be ready by that date, practically aro ready now, and five months after tho elec tions the leglslathe processes will be in full swing. It was very different the last time. Cleveland and his Democratic Con gress were elected on Nov. 8, 1S92. The old Congress went out when Cle eland camo In on tho fourth of March, but the extra session did not assemble till Aug. 7, 1893, and the Committee of Ways 'and Means, with William L, AVIlson as chairman, was not appointed till two weeks later. Tho extra sebslon devoted itself to the silver question, and tho Tariff bill was not ready till after adjourn ment. Tho regular session began Dec. 4, 1893. but 'the Tariff bill was not Introduced In the House till Jan. 8, 1894, and was passed Feb. 2. Tho Gorman substitute was reported to the Scnato March 20, passed July 3, denounced by the President as perfidy and dishonor, passed by tho Houso Aug. 15, 1891, became a law without the President's signature and went Into effect Aug. 2fl, ten weeks before tho elections of 189 1 that swe.pt the Democrats out of power. Brooklyn Standard-Union. Another Object Lesson. Lot the country seo onco more, after noarl a faeoro of years of pros perity, what it costs to adopt tho Democratta doctrine "and carry it out lu pruotlce. It seems that oery gen emtlfn hit to have a lesson of what 1 Dcinoroitle domination means and uhat disaster It brings. We may- as well have ours and done with it ajid the UickfT the better. Let Air.' Un derwood and his - associates so Mr ward with their campaign of destyrtic flcW aixl ve the tauiiii?" oboe r.wr ik 't a !i o')ii ii-i 1t mil d a 1 n. r tl iutui ot i.'l. Dufialo 't 'S. Farm Topics. 4 1 WHAT BEST .TO DO. Four things u man must learn to do If hec would make his record true; To think without confusion clear ly; To love his fellowmen sincerely; To act with honest motives purely; To trust In God and Hcaen se curely. Henry Van Dyke. SAVING THE HOG MANURE. An Important consideration that Is too often overlooked Is the econom ical utilization of manure produced by swine. Drlot feeding in summer Is often associated with a heavy waste of manure on account of the large part of the manure that Is leached or blown nway when de posited In bare lots. Feeding on the pasture or In cultivated fields will do much to obviate this loss, since a large proportion of the droppings and urine will then be deposited In tho field, where the fertilizing con stituents may bo uutlllzcd. Star Farmer. WHERE THE FARMER STANDS. Sometimes fanners think of them selves as Blmply cogs In tho wheel. They are far more than that. The farmer Is tho world's greatest pro vider. His hand feeds the world. His farm Is the source of supply for every man, woman and child on the face of the earth. He Is the main spring of society. He Is the nation's balance wheel. He furnishes the mo tive power for the world's work. When he keeps the standard high, the life of the nation is strong, clean and full of power. To realize and to live up to this would make u3 all better fannerss. Tho Star Farmer. SOME OF MY BELIEFS. I bellexe In abundant exercise and nutritious feed for cows and young stock. I believe that a heifer bred for milk production can not be ruined for that purpose by too good feed ing previous to her first calving. 1 believe that tllQ most Important time to, practice good feeding wltli a dairy cow Is when she. Is dry. I believe that a soft, comfortable bed to He on will be reciprocated by the cow in an increasing milk flow. Likewise by absorbing the liquid manure wo double the fertil izing value of the animal excre ment. Cowboy, In Farm and Diary. BKDOUIN MAXIMS. Vhcn, aftw a long Journey In tho horse, study him carefully and give him barley more and miffe every day until thou ha&l ascertained the quan tity demanded by his appetite. A good horscma'h 'ought to know the measure of barley suited to his horse. When, after a olng journey In the winter, through rain and told, you at length regain your tent cover your horse well and give him parch ed barley and warm milk, but do not let lilm have any water that day. The prophet, has said: "Every grain of barley glcn to your horse shall secure ou an Indulgence in tho other woi Id." Exchange. COST OF DIRT ROADS. Some time ago Prof. W. C. Hoad of the Stato University collected statistics concerning the cost of maintaining country roads without tho uso of the road drag In soveral counties and the results are some what surprlsng. Theso figures aro taken from tho official records and show the cost per mile each jear: Crawtord, $52; Douglass, $38; Franklin, $31; John son, $43; Neosho, $10; Saline, $43. Tho cost of maintaining dirt roads with tho uso of the drag varied from $1.50 to $C, with an averago of $2.40 in one locality and of $3 In another In no case was tho cost of dragging more than $ti per mile per year, and the roads were infinitely better than uunder the old method. It Is surely worth 50 cents per month per mile of road to any com munity to keep lta public roads in good shape and In view of tho fact that tho averago cost of all tho drag gdo roads was only $3 per mile, or 25 cents a mouth, tho wonder is that wo don't have better roads. Kan sas Farmer. Oh.ilcfrenCry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR I A This is Some Egg J. C. Ewlng of Cleaton, who Is ono of tho bltuest men In Muhlmgoi'K comity, has a hen which is very loyal to him. Ills hens thought Mint as Mr. Kwlug has taken u, i yuoJ vara of his chickens, he o , jjfc, to have an Baiter egg whl ' cetue near uiatehlui Ms o so a plot was hatched up to I. ouc 'ihe brn joiJ fowls i Uliodi' UVtid U 1 1 fit to t" o g' , .". 1 t'." It :i 'r a'i 1 -.'0 I 1 l.c l.ajll 01 iiK" . iiaht ,1 vd- Is on exhibition at tho Argus office. Tho egg brought to town by Mr. Wwlng Is pronounced to bo tho biggest lieu egg over exhibited here, It measures eight and tlrn'O-elghths inches around the long way ami six and two.elghtli3 Inches around cross vas. The weight Is four and n half ounces and forty grains, weigh ed several days after being laid, these who wish to sco this egg should call at once, .13 we arc not going to tnke nny clmncts on keep ing an egg of that size too long. Central City Argus. HAVE YOL'R SUITS s Cleaned i Pressed Repairing and Dye ing neatly done. Ladies work given special attention. Hats Cleaned and Repaired. Work called for and delivered. Club rate $1.00 per month. Hartford Pressing Clilli, Y. M. C. A. 1JLDO., HARTFORD, KY. NEW THE SEWING MACHINE OF QUALITY. NOT SOLD UNDER ANY OTHER NAME. HOME WARRANTED FOft ALL TIMK. If you purchase the NfcvV MOMti tU Wilt haVAB. Hf(ajLwt Atlhn mire VminaViiilidtolli IT hvtk.fAAH An1xrhnlnnfnmlra. UVJi UUTVHU VMvw -- w- ..j-- Quality Considered it U the Cheapest in the end to Luv. w If you w:intncwlneiimchlno, write for our latest catalogue beforo you purchase. The New Home Sewing Machine Co, OrcRge, Mass. BOOKKEEPING DHAlhAA DIlAIIAflMAtlllll Om pusiiicos,riiunuyi Apiij . I VfMUKI I irIIln TELEGRAPHY SMITH BUSINESS Ml I EQE I... ..d HaMHMr.IWBMar.lll rall ..1 .lal. Itl Pr-.l.lfnt h y-.rof-irrl-nc- in nvrrcantll And li-nking lln.., l.o 33 jrrin rrlnr.tInK I"."" Voting mn and wnm.n for .ucr-M. flVPnirr now. liinu WII.BU1. K. NMltll, Lexington, Bj. SZZZEaBOK&. Very Serious It .3 a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-KugHT Liver Medicine The reputation of this old. relia ble medicine, for constioatlon. in. digestion and liver trouble, is llrm-vl ly estabiisned. it docs not imitate other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the fa vorite liver powder, with a larger Bale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 '.'.LRv'. t 3"-i - iiy $Zi3 Lamp QSS 1fs&$ Staves E&es Nothing Is rnoro Important tn tho homo than clear, steady iii. nt. lneuro thb by Keltnm the oil that bums tlcar ana clean witngui a inciter uown id tho last drop. i'cr.i'ylvauin. crude oil retmed to i.erfcctlon. Costx no moio than tho taal:- tv n l ml - ivos SJONJSV v u iv.--snve pyw. -Oi.- i'er ins SOL1TB OIU it. nt) . i uhout from our Chas. C Stoii m Co. LiUrvIHe, Ky i.t.'itic.y ut tVfttrer,, PI. WO ell f ." 'i lii ft 'd "No ' '") Oil. fit X .Mutt.. J- im1 xr.i?rt TEST .&fc ftr tfvZ. -TilPtV WILBUR R 6. n Dli'eotory Ohto Cou.31.t3 Circuit Court T. V. Ulrkhcad. Iinlgo: Hen I). Rlngo, Attorney; V. 1'. MUlMff, Jnllcrj K. 11. llurrnss, Clerk; L 13. lUrkheiul, Mnster Com missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustee Jury Fund: T. II. IllncK, Sheriff, irnrt'onl. Deimtles S. O. Keown, Denver Dam; O. I'. Jones, Itotito S, i Ilnrtford; W. C. Enrp, Koslne. Court coincncs first .Monday In l'curunr nml continues thrco weeks; third .Monday In Anrll, two weeks; third Monday In October two wcel.s. County Court It. It. Wedding. Judge) V. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. L Smith, Attorney, Hartford. Court convenes first .Monday In each month. Quarterly Court DeRlns on the fourth Monday In February, .May, Aucust nnd November. Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday in January and first Tues day in October. Other County Officers C. S. -Mox-loy, Sureor, FordsWlle, Ky It. V. D. No. i; Dernnrd Felix, Asses sor, Hartford, K, It. F. D. No. 2; Henry l.eaeh, Superintendent, Hart ford; Dr. A. D. Uiley, Coroner, Hart ford. JUSTICES' COURTS. I.esllo Combs, Hartford, Tuesday after Jrd Monday In March, Tuesday after Srd Monday in June, Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September, Tues day after 3rd Mondny In December. John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday after 3rd Monday lu March, Frldny after 3rd Monday in June, Friday after 3rd Monday In September, Friday after 3rd .Monday In De cember. O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday after Srd Monday In March, Wed nesday after 3rd Monday In June, Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Sep tember, Wednesday aftei 3iu Mon- uay lu December. John H. Miles, Rockport, Frldny after Srd Monday n March, Fr'cay after Srd Monday In June, Friday after 3rd Monday in September, Fri day after 3rd Monday in December. J. C. Jaclson, Ccntertown, Sat urday after 3rd Monday in March, Saturday ufter 3rd Monday In June, Saturduy after 3rd .Mondny in Sep tember, Saturday after Srd Monday In December. SI. C. Cook, Renfrow, Tuesday af ter 2nd Slonday in March, Tuesday after 2nd Monday In .May, Tuesday after 3rd Slonday In August, Tues day after 2nd Monday in November. Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednes day after the second Monday In March, Wednesday after 2nd Slonday In .May, Wednesday after 3rd .Monday Jn August, Wednesday after 2nd Mon day in November. Grant Pollard, Fordsvlllc, Tuesday after 2nd .Monday In March, Thurs day after 2nd Monday in .May, Thurs day after 3rd .Monday In August, Thursday after 2nd Slonday In No vember. J. L. Tatton, lUilpll, Friday after 2nd Slondny in Murch, Friday after 2nd Slondny ill May. Friday after 3rd Monday IH August, Friday after 2nd MonOny in November. HARTFORD POLICE COURT. C. M. Crowe, Judge; John II. Wil son, City Attorney; J. P. Stevens, Slarshal; Court convenes second .Mon dny In each month. City Council J. II. Williams, .May or; R. T. Collins. CJorfc: K. P. Thom as, Treasurer. Sleinbers of Council Robert Hoover, P. II. Taylor, J. II. U. Canon, E. P. Sloorc, Fred Cooper, W. .1, Dean. School Trustees Dr. 1-2. R. Pendle ton, Chairman: W. II. Harnou, Secre tary; Dr. J. V. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley and J. D. Duke. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. SI. E. Church. South Services morning and cNcniiig every first and third Sunday In ooch month. Sun day school T:-4."i a. m. Prayer meet ing every Wednesday e cuing. Rev. Savlllc, pastor. Baptist Church Services morning and evening every second and fourth Sunday in each month. Sunday school DM.'i a. m. Prayer jntetlng every Wed nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday nt 11 n. in. and 7. p. in. Sunday school 3:30 n. in. Elder W. U. Wright pastor. Cumberlmid Presbyterian Church Sunday school every Sunday at 9:43 a. m. SECRET SOCIETIES. Hartford l.odgo No. tjT!., F. nnd A. SI. meets every first Slonday night 'In each month. M. L. lleavrln, W. SI.; Owon Hunter. Secretary. Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. 13. S. meets every second and fourth Slon day evenings. Miss Wlllyo Smith, W. SI.; SIlss Ellzaboth Sillier, Secretary. Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday even ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Foster, K. of R. & S. Hartford Tent No. 39, K. O. T. SI. meets every first and third Thursday nights. R. T. Collins, Commander; L, P. Foreman, Record Keeper. Acme Lodge No. 339 I. O. O. F. meets every second and fourth Fri day nights in each mouth. C. SI. Har nett, Noble Grand; W. R. Hedrlck, Secretary. Hartford Camp No. 202 W7 O. W. meets every second and fourth Sat urday nights In each month. Leslie Uonnott, Council Commander; W. C. Wallaco, Clerk. Sunshine Hive No. 42, L. O. T. SI., meets ovory first nnd third Friday nights lu each month. Mrs. Attyo Griffin, Lady Commander; Sirs. Lula Pendleton, Lady Record Keeper. Kci'Btono Chapter No. 110, R. A. ,11.', meet every third Saturday night in eacn Montn. jonn T. Jlooro High Priest: W. S. Tlnsley. Secretary. AS1ERICAN SOCIETY OF EQUTY. National Offlcors Presldont, Ira At. J. Chryst, Hudson, Wis.; V. Presi dent, S. 11. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; Se rotary & Treaa.. 11. Q. Tank, Wau kiu. Wis. Stato Officers President. J. II. Mc Connell, Princeton, 1- x'Uo 1 ri dont, I. H. linn i), ' r-. Co.; Sivutoi & 'inue., 8. b. U0Ut)-t80!l, Cal'ioun, lty.; Orjaulwr, T. 11. n! lualn, ilartfoid Kv. SJemli-'r tyntc Km utle IJau-' -Dt:i Xihtton. Webwtr 'count v: J. v. IJu.iii, iHiless county; Henry Pirtl. uuJ ouutj , w J. K.HY 'iai('m coun ts I' I . )w i -moit. Wjuu n i oj-ity. Ci.i. -Oi " i' iK' r- L. Jj. 1"1 h- j cnor, President; Henry Pirtle, Se- ..........i l3 l' tftiitiitt tVnnaiirnr. COUNTY HOARD OF EDUCATION. ' Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, V. L. II. Tichcnor, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 5. ,, ,. K 2. E. C. Ilnrtford, Reynolds, Kj'-V 3. SI. S. Pattrrsoii, Olaton, K'. i it t Air.ir-il U'liltn Hun. IiV. 5. Rlehard Pluiiimer, Taylor Mines, ixciiiuii.y. is'si :r.ESr.5ff && Otto C. Martin Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KT. Will praotlco his profalon In Ihla and adjoining counties. Commcrctal and Criminal Practice a Spoclalty. Barnes & Smith Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. S!(S6J8. W. II. Uarm-s nnd C. E. Smith announce that thy havo .fortn a iwirtn.rsHVp for -tdio gonwrnl prac tice of law, exctipt criminal and illvor casoe, Sir. Smith balng County Attor ooy Is pruvw!tod from practicing such . census. Afcr. Bornus will Individually accept BUch practioa Ofliom In Hartford Republican building, Hut ford, K- J. NEY FOSTER Notary Public Ohio County HARTFORD, KY. All Matters Given Prompt Atten tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS SPECIALTY. I AM PREPARED To do any kind of Veterina ry work. Horses, mules and cows need not die for want of attention, , Calls answered day or night. W. H. RIL.EY Veterinary Surgeon Hartford, - Ky. KILLthc couch and CURE the LUNC8 Dr. King's WITH SNew Discovery FHR rOUCH8 PRICE KAn l(Vl . w.. w OLDS Tllal BotUo Free AMD ALL THROAT ANDLUNOTB0UBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOBYf OR, MONEY BEFUNDED. Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are tho supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. 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