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'We Are The hot, sultry months are now here. We are glad to announce to you that we. are prepared to furnish you the warm weather wearables, so don't worry; be pleas ant at all times. Our. prices and qualities will bring smiles to your faces. Try us for a cure for hot weather worries. Read below: Ladies' Lisle Union Suits 25c Ladies' Lisle Vest and Pants .". 25c Men's IS. V. D. Union Suits $1 00 Men's Nainsook Shirt and Pants 50c Porus-ICnit Underwear 25c Ladies' Ki-inoh Long Silk Gloves $1.00 Pest Lisle Gloves, Long or Short 25c and 50c Ivory-Stick Fans 50c and 1.00 .lap Fans 5e to 50c Neck Cords (latest fad) '. 25c Sheer Fancy Lawns . 10c Dainty Patterns in Rice Cloth .....25c Silk Lisle Hose ; '. 25c Pure Silk Hose 50c Dainty Patterns in Shadow Laces 15c to 50c Newest Designs in Allover Laces 50o to 1.50" Too many things that'will add comfort to you to mention. Our advice is: join the "Don't Worry Club" andj trade' with a house that saves you money: liartford Republican. F1UDAY .MAY 29. M. H. & E. Railroad Time Table at Hartford, Ky. L. & N. time card effectives Monday Aug. 21st. No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 114 North Bound duo 2:20 p. m. daily except Sunday. No. IIS South Bound duo 8:45 a. m. dally except Sunday. No. 113 South Bound duo 1:10 p. in. dally excoiit Sunday. H. E. MlSqjlKB, Agt. WHENEVER YOU SAY ANYTHING Soy Something Worth . While, Say " Schlemmer's Bakery Goods' FOHMIJh The Quality Will Bring a Pleasant Smile. ICECREAM EVERY SUNDAY I I Ml v!? X? 3L it hRHJtl Tie Hartford Bakery W. O. Schlemmrk, Prop. JARTFORP, - KY. Wall Paper' at, Ohjo Co, Drug Co. Mr. R. T. Collin returned Tuesday Jjf an. Candyyllle- Got 12 "baths for 2 at RUey'a Shaving Parlor. 2t Prepared Wo have a nice lino of Hardware- ILEtt & BLACKS. See Albert Rial for Cabbage, Tomato and Sweet Potato Slips. 43t4 Mr. R- E. Iyco Simmcnuan spent the day In Iuisvlllo Tuesday. SALVET, tho great stock remedy. See U. S. Carson, Hartford. 3Gtf For Service, cleanliness and satis faction, visit City Restaurant. American Wire Fence best on earth. For salo by U. S. Carson. U. S. Carson Is agent for tho fa mous American Wire Fencing. DISHES IIer&n'acir"luivo just received another largo shipment. Motion plcturo show at Dr. Bean's I Opera House Saturday nlghit Somo- tumg goou. Fhjht tho flies and mosquitoes by gott.ng your Screen Wiro Cloth at S. L. King's. Mrs. Hancock of Dukehuret is tiio guest of her jareits Mr- uAid Mrs. R. A. Gillespie, Wo can supply your wants In tho Furniture lino at rock bottom cash prices. ACTOX BROS. MJss Katie Pondloton returned Mon day from Dundco where alio had Iksoii tho guests of fricUds. Mrs- McKInney and Mrs. Dupoo of Roclqort are tho guests uf .Mr. und Mrs. R. A. GUHspie. MJss Octovila"Barnott of Oanoyvlljo wall arrive Friday to ,bo' tho (jucstj of Miss Norlue Harnett. Misses Mary and Ethol Barnard of lala.nd Station arrived Monday to vis It frlauds and relatives. ' - Her & Black have made an order for several Lawn Hose, ao don't fUU to coniQ In beforo buyjng. Mr. Martin Thomas returtied tho first pf tho week from a .vlsll to rel atives J n Louisville and other points. Hartford Camp NoT 202 Woodmen of tho World .will give a picnic at the Fair Grounds, iHartford, Ky,., July 4th, 1914. You can got four" splendid maga zines one year for 25 cents extra by renewing your subscription to The Republican. If you will subscribe to The Re publican, for. one !year wo will send you four monthly magazines for only 25 cents extra. Screen kloors and windows made and guaranteed to fit. Old ones re covered and paintuM at reasonable jru;un. owj uof i 41tf .HARTFORD MILL CO. ' I Mrs. T. L. Off fin returned Thurs day from a v.sjt to relatives m 101 za-bothtown. Remember tw In the grocery J!nc. Sat sfuctkm and lowest pr.ccs our aim- ACTOX BROS. .Mrs. .1. Xcy Foster and Miss Alico Foster Wi'Moy.o 'Monday for Glas glow where they will imiku tho.r fu turo home. , Tho blgRcBt bargain wo have over i offered our subscribers is The Ru , publican and four magazines, all one I year, for only $1.25. j Wo will sell you n soda fountain and somo show cases cheap If you coma quick. Ohio County Drug Co. Mr. Durward Garden and Miss Vlr- 'gio Harrison wcro married at tho court house Wcdnetllay momMig ly Judgu John B. Wilsun. CI I IXA WARE Dinner sets, plates, covered "U shea, cuo and saucers, all s.zo dishes a spec.al now Jrne nnd cheap at Her & Black's . .Mrs. R. E. jjo Slmmcrman and daughter, -Miss Winnc, iMrs. J- S. Glonu and daughter, .MJss tcLi'y re turned today from .Xr.4liv.Ih.'. If your subscription to Tho Re publican Is due, better pay up now and get four big magazines, all one' year, for only 25 conts extra. "Miss Beatrice Ilnyiks rctunuU from an extended vjs.t to ro'atlves and friends in Bawling Green where she was cxLona.vcly ntcnlii:neil. WANTED Ginseng, Yellow Root and a limited amount of Mayapplc Root. Will pay cash. 44tf E- 'P. .MORE, Hartford. We have In stock tho greatest lino of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over carrWjl in Ohio county. If In the market, sen Hartford Mill Co., be fore purchasing. 41tf Wo liave In stock tho - greatest Hjiio. of Paints, Oils, Varnishes over carried in Ohio coumty. lfrin the market, see Hartford MUlCo. be fore purchasing. 45tf Dr. Bean's Opera House will Jiavo another good picture show Saturday night. Illusrtated songs, good music and an hour's fun for only ton cents. Bo euro, to come Good Magazines should be regular visitors to overy home. Her & Barnott are the exclusive agents In art ford and vicinity 'and will take Treat pleasure in 'handling your order Write for catalogue and otlicr in formation. Wo Intend that every man who Intends to build a house this season shall have pvcfythlng" ho needs 16 use, from a brickbat "P. and at tho very lowest possible price. f 45tf HARTFORD ONLL. CO. EYES NEED GLASSES, .when you have to hold your, reading furth er than 13 inches away, or have the lamp botwocn you and your Avork. Wo mako scientific tests, fit best quality glasses at tho very lowest prices. J. B- .TAPPAN. 43t4. Jowo!cr & Optician. iWM-!iam Peters, mho was recently shot at Beavor Dam while attempting to rob a cash drawer In Tilford's res taurant, left ono Vlay last week in pin effort 'o escape prosecut.on, but. through the promjit efforts of Sher iff S. O. Keor.vu was apprehended in Lculsvlllo aill returned hono to await tjio action pf the grand Jury. In an examination for teaclicrs hold at Owensboro last week two Ohio county applicants niado the Ji'gncst grades: Mr. Lyman G. Barrett, of Barretts Ferry, 95.9 and Miss Oda Raymond, 35-3. Thoro wcro twenty five sots of papers. This speaks well for Ohio county Jijgh sohooJs. Miss Raymond has beon a pupil of tho Hartford school Waring .the past term. Stanley Makes Great Speech. Congressman A. O. Stanley snoko af Uie Court House yesterday after noon lu the interest of his cayidCUaoy for tho Democratic nomination for United States Senator. It was a LC( tlnio for a speaking and. his audience Was small, hut he delivered a groat speech inhlsjuterest. It was plausible and his lines wero well solootwl to moke the most for Stanley. Ho thun dered gainst monoixdy just as though .tho Democrats were still out of power )u the nation and not re sponsible for evroythlng, oven tho dry woatlicr. He spoko of tho high cost of living, which, lio Jia no doubt told a hundred pfudliencca hjeratoforo iwas caused by Hie high tariff. Now, it is all caused by tho Stool Trust which ho "'busted" three yoafcs ago. lie watLjcaustlc in his references to" tho late Kentucky legislaturo and cliarged thry. it was organized and controlled by the Lt & N 'Railroad of which Beckham r,?ue of ho chief Attor neys. Stanley nas, consldfiroblo follow ing Hi Ohio county, ibut it da be lieved it wJH hpw a uiajortty tor Beckham. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA HAS THE PROMISE BEEN FULFILLED? When Free Traders Cut Off the Tariff, Foreigners Promptly Raised Prices. Among niAiy costly things Jn v..v lu tho naJonaJ lMnocrat.c jilatfnn of 1912 ,tii 3 is still prcoicus: Tv hig'i. cost of living is a ucrlous problem .a every American homo. Iho RejiubKcuii patty, in ;t3 platform, aitemjita to iscapu from rdsputis b:..- ty for proseni comLtiona by ilny.iig tjiat they lire due to a' Protective Tariff. We taKo issue w th t&icm tn this eftibjtc and ciiurgo that cxcis sivo pnees result (n u, largo measure from the h gh 1ir ff Jaws cnactul aid maintained by tho Rcpubl.can part. Tiio high Tariff laws have been la:d low- The o.lillel of Protcoti:ou has been blown up. Tho siii-atalnctl sur plus provded by tho Payne-oMdrlcI Taniff of iniquity Jus boon transfonn ed Into a a honest, a virtuous and a waxing Ueflclt. American manufactur ers, fatUiiliig Jn sipcfy'ng ecsq un der tlie old wlckedness.havc htlJ tjiolr noses turned to tho Grindstone by a Congress and an administration dger to educate, improve atl reform the ilullnvittcd bencr.ciariea of ProtcctiiA-o greed. These have 3iot been equal to o grateful for thcur educational privi leges. They see Uio exports of manu factures and the import of manufac turers' niitcr.a's dwiudtoig- They seo American Industrial production shrLnk. Their wits seem net to liave been increased,. by tho competition to .which e Adam Smuthof iWarpTwis-ing-in, Uiq Hon. AVillam C. Rcd ficM.sp yeaniicd to,. subject them. Yet a Washington disrpAch in Mon day's Sun contained thjs triumphant vindication of tho rTaniff and the Dem ocratic method of lowering the cost of llvjng: Meant me the talk about increased supplies of food and reduced prices through removal of Vlutlcs on food stuffs is making manifest its real qualities. Tjio records of ((he Mix months show an importation cf 83, 000.000 pounds of fresh 'beef in (that period or about two ounces a month for each individual In tfio United States. Tlio-ofia'al records of the depart ment of Commerce show tliat prices at which th,o importation occuredwere mono 'than 3ff per cent, (higher in MarchJimi4er,JrtUQjiowt .law, dhan Jn September, itji'q last month of the old law, whllu in matvy other of fie ar ticles, on .which duties .were reduced, the prices abroad wore promptly ad vancifl . Two ounces of ,beef a month, 24 ounces of beef a wear for everyy mar, woman and chJd, an amount notofljly increased when allowance Js made for babes, sucklings and vegetarians. WJiat mor0 can any country Ud;? If foodstuff prices pro up, it is because people are better and therefore hun grier undo- tho Democratic adminis tration? Death of Henry Thomas. Mr. Henry Thomas died at .the homo of his son, iMr. J. II. Thomas, Xarrows, last Sunday cf BrigDitis dis ease- Mr. Thomas was ono of tho Mdest aill most highly respected olt- zens of tho county. Ho was born near Bardstown, Ky., Juno C, 1S31, Ho leaves three children, Mrs. Lon Hurkley and .I.srs- J. II. and J. W. Thomas. Tho burial was. at tho Ac ton cemetery TucUday tho funeral .JorvJces being coiuluoUtl by Father O'Sullivon, of WhitosviUo. Special Sale. In order to nXluce my stock I' will sell for cash only until Juno 10, 1914, or as long as it lasts, as fol lows: Bran and Shlpstuff, pure wheat produot, at per owt $1.60 Bran, pure wheat -product, at uer cwt- $1.50 Shorts, pure wheat product, at per cwt fl.C5 Rled Tag Mixed iFeed, at 'per cwt .- 1.S0 June Pasture, Dairy flleal, at per cwt- $l.C5 Alfalfa Meaj, at per owt fl.50 Feed Meal, at per cwt fl.CO Flaxseed' Meal, at per cwt $1.85 Owensboro best Patent FJour in wboU; per bbv ,....$5.25 MadIsonvJir6-be8 Patent Flour Jn wood, per bbl ,...$5.25 I havo a few tons of good feeding hay at per ton $12.00 Special prices on Arab by (Lho ton. W. B. ELLIS. Produce Merchant, HU .Hartford, Ky. For Sale. Good farm In Ohio county, , near Barnetta Creole church, containing 120 acres, all in cultivation excopt 5 acres. Good 4-room dwelling, barn and all outbuildings In good repair. Well watered and In the oil belt. For terms- and particulars apply at this I office BARNETT & SON, Agents. OUR STOCK OF SHOES (S BIG. WE CARRY THEM IN ALL WIDTHS. THAT'S WHY WE CAN FIT YOU. OUR SHOES ALSO MAKE THE FOOT LOOK NEAT AND TRIM: THEY,WEAR A LONG TIME. THE BRANDS OF HOSE WE SELL HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF WEARING. 0 ALL SHOES AND HOSE FOR THE SAME MONEY ARE NOT THE SAME QUALITY. TRY OURS JUST ONCE. THAT'S ALL WE ASK. CARSON &GO. INCORPORATED, $' Hartford, Kentucky. THERE IS DEEP GLOOM IN LOUISIANA A Hurdred Millions Worth of Prop erty Rendered Almost Value less by Eree-Trade. Tlie peoplo of Louisiana are de spondent. They do not toko much iuterpst Jn the war, and they feel gen erally out of sorts. Sugar has been the gneat indus try or Louis'ana. Now the. Louisiana Plantor says Jn.a recent issue: So far as tho sugar industry of Louisiana is concerned the feltuatfon is worso than it was after tho Civil War. Then there wero jirospects ahead upon which credits Mere based- i nerq aro nq sucn prosjieois now, anu l'at,tiesvll!e,itnd an exchange at Par our sugar iilanters aro Bjnipjy trying rillse, .Muhlenberg county. We also to meet tho exigencies of the ultua tion. Ta suggestions of chango from sugar to cattlo aro more tjaslly made Uian followed. A chango of tjiat kind becomes a reorganizatkm, a liquidation of tho ola buslneSis and inauguration of a now business. All this niay come, but it would bo a complete clmnge in our civilization The sugar business requires a labor er for overy 10 acres of land Ju cane culture. In tho cattlq business b-ne laborer can care, for 200 acres in a cattlo pasture, or even more. In oth er words, thq catt'e industry, occu pying th6 samo lands as the sugar in dustry, won't require 5 per cent of tho labor now or recently concen trated hi the sugar industry. Commenting upon lho situation, the New Orleans Picayune cays: It Is worso than useless to deceive ourselves in regard to Jhe blow that the new Tariff has dealt our, State. Tho talk of truck farming is absurd, and Jf all the sugar Jands were turn ed into truck farms it would !be im possible to market all the produce. One hundred inlljlon dollars are in vested in sugar plantations, Bugbr houses, farm implements and ani mals pertaining to the sup&r buslnM TJie. people of Louisiana are In a stats of despondency. New Oiftcans is talking about holding an exposition for the sole purpose pf twins to txut some life into the business of Lou isiana. Tho Wilson admjniaft-atlon Js blamed for all the troubles of thjbt State. Louisiana has boon sacrificed oa the altar of free sugar Vad ' Freo-Trade- ' . The Ohio County Farmers' Mutual Telephone Co. (Incorporated.) Is a fanners' telephone system and furnishes a complete system where by farmers can keep posted as to pools and prices on farm products In neighborhoods of this (Oldo) and ajdjolnlng counties, though Jt Is just as necessary for the business and professional man to usq It also, as. they cannot afford to be out of touch, with tho man on iixo farm, and they have shown their sympathy with tho" farmers organization by jiatronWng and becoming a part of this great system with exchanges at the fol lowing points In Ohto county: Hartford, (Main office, Beaver Dam), McIIenry, Centertown, Rock- port. Prentjss, Badzcjtown, Neafus, j Horso Branch, Dundee, Narrows and connect with the following Homo Tclophono Co.'s: Rochester and Morgantown, Butlo'r county; Yea man and Short Creek, Grayson county, with whom we exchange ser vice. With a telephone In this system you havo tho privilege of and accoss ho no less than two thousand sub scribers for a very small monthly fee. You cannot afford to do- without it in ypur office, homo or business housi. For jwrticklars' call or wrlto A. E. PATE, Sec'y., iHartford, KJy. Or J. M. SHULTZ, Pros., 43t4 Prentiss, Ky. Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? A cross, peevish, listless chRd, with COateU tinn nnln ilnmin'f Dlaan. wbleg la mvenously; stomach Boar; breath fetid; pales n stomach, with diarrhea; grinds teeth while asleeo, and starts up with, terror all Buggest a Worm KllJor omctJiJng that ox pels worms, and almost orery child as them- Kiokapoo Wprm KHJor Is aeedeU. GoJ: a box to-day, Start at once. You won't have to coax, as Klckappo Worm Killer Js a candy confection. Expels the worms, tho causa of (your chlUl's trouble. 25c.,' at your druglst. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S i QASTORI A .V. . --.. --t.