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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i tiI t c 1i L t I S F w It blta1 I I t n 11- r iJI nn- n Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE MERESTS 01 ALL THE PEOPLE 01 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per YearY VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 22 1908 No 44 HARTFORD COLLEGE CLOSES TERM I Annual Commencement Fu nishes Weeks Entertainment Sharp Contests For Gold Medals In Declamation And I Oratory r S The Annual Commencement exor cises of Hartford College began with the Baccalaureate Eermon last Sunday at the Presbyterian church by Rev Vlr fill Elgin of the M E Church South A Splendid musical program was ren dered by a select choir The sermon was replete with good things and was pronounced by all who had the good fortune to hear It one of the best ever delivered In Hartford on a similar occasion The text wits from GalatlonsC9 And letus not bo weary In well doing for In duo season wo shall reap If we faint not The InaIIit com to the faithful laborers in any field reaps a reward hence then the first encouragement is suggested from thought thisI 1 While the highest motive to Il good work is to do right because it is right nevertheless conditioned use are here we act also from other 1e1wardence to the harvest the business man embarks In business enterprises with reference to success the student works hard in early life with a view to fuI ture benefit So in all callings or occupations it is also true of the Christian life God holds up the re i ward The Crown of Life is prom E Ised to the faithful unto death 2 The laws of nature teach soma truth The conservation of energy is a law now us well established as the Indestructibility of matter No force in nature In the realm matIIso with mental and moral forces Men who have wrought either well or evil live when their transcient acts are loo DanlellIand thousand of others live in theirI deeds today and perhaps I greater influence than while they wal- kedI the earth So it is true that bad men live in evil deeds In the I literary world Shakespeare Chancea Pope Milton Byron Tennyson Long I fellow and others live In their works If our deeds live to affect others when we are gone should not they be good deeds noble actions Anothermotive to a proper Life is It is the secret of a happy life Idle 1 lives are not only worthless lives but I 4 unhappy lives The busy life is the contented and happy one Young gentlemen and ladies If you M want your life a happy life let it ban o active and useful one Have high rapprlcations and be full of noble And be to make your livesdeedsI Says Solomon Let us hear the IIthisget wisdom g get nnderstanding DECLAMATORY CONTEST Tuesday night the declamatory con test oocured at the Baptist church Five young ladles and two young men I took part In the contest The pro gram rendered was as follows Instrumental DuetMisses li Nall and Fern Curtis garet11 The Old Settlers Story Hattio l Glenn j I The Chariot Race Elsie Mathews Vocal Duet Hisses Pearl Thomas and Iflorenco Jones The Unknown Speaker Levl Coleman f The Death Disk Alta Mao Likens tInltrumental Mary Duct Keown Misses MargaretI The Boat RaceNora Vllolln Solo Mr YErnest Field cc nII panled by Miss Pearl Thomas Van fibbers Victory Ireland E Horjr- lBbn Male Quartette Messrs Z WayneIf i tGrl1n R D Walter E t Dr itd1s Kentucky Clndertila Annie EUza t f Fr Keown t There was not a failure In the b-n tIre list rash and every rendition t s y- v 1 y t n was as near perfect as could bOAni the Judges had a delicate and difficultI task before them They wore J C Wagon Mrs LauraAVoerner and 1q B Wilson Each contestant graded on tho Various pilnts durlll the delivery of the piece the Judges hor16 r their grading corresponded At the andIJudge Wilson lu a ncatand well rim speech TIle medal was Divert this year by C M DurnettO- RATORIGsALI CONTEST A large audience heard the oratorical contest on Wednesday evening and no ono wont away disappointed wi the entertainment fie tollawh prbgrame was carried out j Instrumental Solo Miss Mary Keown Winning SucceSfc Roy R Heavrln Vocal Solo Miss Florence Jones BUild In the Midst of BeautyfNellle E Smith iInstrumental Quartette Mlsses n Nail Mary Keown Ef Igaret and Alice Keown Our National Hefo McIlenryrHoI 1 kook VJollu SoloMr Ernest Field companied by Miss Pearl Thomas- teppingS Stones Jesslc Jluley Instrumental Duet Misses Margan Nail and Katie Pendleton Patriotism Vcrnon Crowder Male Quartette Messrs Z Way BlrkIheadwere He Drown and J W Scott They JessloIt Raley by a vote of 2 to 1 One vote going to Mr Roy Heavrin The medal f was presented by Co M Barnett I R E Leo Slmmerman donated the m dal which was a very handsome one GRADUATING EXERCISES Last night closed the weeks erolses when two graduates were gl en their djijlomas TJio following pro gram was carried out Invocation Rev N F Jones It strumcntal SoloMiss Margaret Nail A Typical American Otto C Martin Vocal SoloMiss Hattie Barnett The Gospel of LaborRaymer W Tlnsley Instrumental SoloMiss Mary Keown DuIIllsecsI Jones Address Col C M unmet Instrumental DuetMisses Margaret Nan and Mary Keown Presentation of Diplomas Judge J S Glenn GRADUATE- Sr Otto Carleton Martin Raymer Wen den Tinsley A splendid Wcbsters unabridged dlc itlonary was awarded Raymer Tins ley for excellence In scholarship Mr Jas IL Williams makes this contribution to the school each year So ties ono of the most successful years work In the history of Hartford College Miss Sue Jenkins Dead Miss Sue Jenkins died last Saturday morning at 145 oclock at the homo of her father on Lewis street of a complication of diseases She had been an Invalid for several months and went to New Mexico last fall in the hope of regaining her health but was not benefited and came home She seemed to Improve for a time but soon SheIal weeks and had been unconscious for four days Paralysis was the latest development of her trouble She was years old and was the daughter Rev D F Jenkins who survives her as do three brothers Fran Smith and Joseph Clinton Jenkins Mies Jenkins was a bright young woman and she taught iii the Sunday I school 6f the Third Baptist Chute She formerly lived at Habit and she was well known to many and all es teemed her highly The funeral took place Monday morn at 10 oclock from the Third BapI church and the services wero ducted by Rev T N Comploii The burial at Elmwood cemetery Owens i boro Inquirer j Eight Men Shot in a Battle 18 men fatallyj1andFloyd county between the Ratcllffo and Bradley families i tatalIlyofjils klndsmen whoso names could not be learned as well as twp men named Shephard also received bullet wounds Oneborse was killed and shot lrJohnShepthe meee who escaped without a scratch So tar as could be learned no arrest has been made CRIMINAL PROSE BEfiUNLgiI Parrish and Anderson Arres at Owensboro Ited CausedIssue of Warrants and arel IHeld under 15000 Bonds 1STamestOwensborotgl Company I T S Anderson president of the Davlessof CompanyIrecent failures of the two institutions II I anleh I to await tho action of the grand jury ParK Audorsosm iMf Anderson 1ls advancement was batetAndcreon The latter utov I to The Detroit Inch and opened a bank kahal stock of 200000 and deposits j1 lover 1000000 Mr Anderson quit the banking business in Detroit a few years ago and returned to Owens harq and opened another bank Ho deposlr00eTonight James H PatTlshpreeldont and largest stockholder of the Owens m Cavof County Bank and Trust Company the teacher and tho pup atpear before the August Davless county grand jury- Anderson was arrested on two wit rants One charges him with fta dulently contenting to his own uc20000 of the funds of the The other warrant charges him wit receiving deposits when ho knew his bank to bo insolvent Parrlsh was also arrested on two warrants both charging him with reI ceiving deposits when ho know his bank to bo insolvent The arrest ofI Prtrrlsh and Anderson did not conic asI a surprise to the citizens of Owens boro However it created one of the most profound sensations In the history of the county esOn April 24 a motion was made t a receiver for the savings bank T A Pedley was appointed and immediately took charge This came otter sever al weeks of financial distress by tha bank during which time the officers made every effort to keep the doors open But so much of the paper of the bank had been rediscounted that little paper of value was left that could be realized upon The citys most prominent business men went toI atfiledays and personally loaned the 1 stitutlon 50000 upon being assur elfed that this would tide the InatituU over But It was like injuring money Into a rat hole It disappeared in a few days debts to other banks be ing paid Since the appointment of a receiver It has developed that near khthe Parrish families and their businesst allies The depositors becaino IndlgI r1l11jYthreatsvlous to the talons out of these The financial embarrassment of the Davless bounty Dank was similar to that of the savings bank In this bank over 100000 has been borrowed by President Anderson and members of his family James Ward a farm er of Daviess countymado affidavit to secure the warrant charging Anderson with converting 20000 of the banks funds to his own use The other war rant against Anderson and the twJ against Parrlsh charging them wlthje recehlngd poslts when they kn these banks to bo Insolvent were i sued pn affidavits of depositors Anderson and Parrish appeared in County Judgq OwenS office at 4 oclock yesterday Afternoon shortly after the warrants had been served upon them They had bjeeni notified that the war ns would bo issued and had preps IL taurpsi4r bond i Mr Anderson waived IHs examining trial nail exc ho fIor 0 areIS H BredNwas to grand jut under a 15000 hood The first list of bondsmen present ed by Mr Parrlsh was rejected they boltig composed of the board of de I cons of tho Third Baptist Later J W McCulIdch a prominentt distiller E T Franks collector of oftsigned bond Mr Parrlsh was born in Ilulli owensborolwith I lendustrieswhich have failed since the ap I banleYIj tnIlls manlier was most affable and he persuaded many men not given bejlOmis ono of the leading church work Parrisn fluIe e i One of his brothers was bankedT S Anderson Is over 70 years 1 age Ho organized the Davless coun Bank an Trust Company In 10- 0fter his return from Detroit iI Anderson was not very successful In Detroit He did not agree with hi board of directors Mr Anderson Ira religious scruples against employing a watchman for his bank on Sunday isbights His directors objected to Neither would he receive liquor mon- et in his bank Mr Anderson is n elder In the First Presbyterian church and has always been regarded as on of the leadng church men of Owens boro AndersonIBp not speaking to anyone Bland and smiling Mr Parrish walk hlrPuat announced he would fight the hargesritNeither the Owensboro Savings Ilan nor the Cavlcss County hank waslmembr of the Owensboro Clearing- House Association The other banks Owensboro by tiller statement s are shown to be in tho best of COIII dlJcn and not the slightest uneAsi- ness Is felt In the banklnk circles TRY TO COMPROMISE arNOLLOWELL CASES Plaintiffs Said to Have Refused 50000 to Close Up The Matter Paducah Ky May 1SMen from Princeton were lu consultation tod with Miller iL Miller tepresentt obtaltna verdict of 35000 in alitonged night riders of tho Lam axe neighborhood Caldwell county and his wife and son who have sued for 50 000 anti 25000 respectively An effort was made to compromise all the cases but so tar the plaintiffs have eld out for a sum in excess of what defendants would bo willing to ive It is said 50000 has been sug gested and refused Deputy Marshall Elwood Ne went to Caldwell county an Is serving capiases and exe cutlets against property of d fondants but it is understood he asco instructions to be lenient in the mat- t31 local attorneys said today that they will be consulted tits week by Illinois lawyers and colored clients who were driven from Birmingham Ifsvoter shall county by night riders when two negroes were killed and several wounds Thoro Wore nearly 100 negroes from Marshall county most of wBJwhom went to Illinois or Mississippi is known that certain Marshall county citizens got wind of probable suits and came to Paducah and en A gaged counsel to defend them Former Deputy United States Marshal Wade Brown said that a Lyon county man who has beea driven for homo ed through Padachliyesterdayand said would go to Mississippi to take up his residence and would bring suit In aI OHIO COUNTY GLEARy i Of the New Alleged Tobacco Associationh Resolution Adopted Permitting Tobacco Growers to Slall Pool Tobacco The Ohio County Union of the Ame an Society of Equity met at old Masonic Hall in Hartford 1Ve ncsdny May 20 1908 under the follow- Ing call The Ohio County Union of the A S of E is hereby called to meet in special session at the Court House In Hartford Wednesday May receivingjllOoling for consideration May M 1UOS 11Ihls S L STEVENS IPresidentjdur by President S L Stevens statementrmeet lug appointed the following as com liarre1 E W Jackson and T FTanner who resolutiond A re presoiued Alter hearing reports ansa was and sccuringLto countyIwas carried unanimously At this Juncture a motion to adjourn until 1 oclock m prevailed At ono oclock the meeting was call cd to order by President Stevens At thoJturning sonic published in the Hart Republican were read by the Sec The report of the special com cantrl1llIon motion the committee was con i tinned as a reception committee Tit e committee on resolutions reported t follows We the committee on resolutions of Ohio county union A S of E be leave to report as follows 1 We endorse the call of tho count union for May 20 1905 2 Wo reaffirm our allegiance to the American Society of Equity and refuse to endorse the new organlzati known as tho Green River Afstrl Tobacco Growers Association belle ing that it is detrimental to the l terest of the A S of E 3 Resolved That we favor t handling of our tobacco through the fi nance committee of Ohio county on fro1tm perig4 We earnestly entreat any of the Equity people who iota or may affil- Iate with the nqw organization to sub mit to the majority of their county and return to the A S of E or they will be brought to trial at the next county union 5 It is further resolved That the successors of our present finance committee Rio elected at our October meet- Ing of county union to handle the 1903 crop ofd r published a statement of tho amount faho David Moreland Chinn T F Tanner Secretory On motion ic was ordered that the resolutions be considered by sections Suction one two three and four were adopted by practically unanimous lire M F Sharp offered as a sub for Section five that tho fl nance committee be composed of ono member from each Magisterial district union to be selected by said dis trios previous to and ratified by the July meeting of the County Union vote being taken resulted In its adoption Section six was adopted after sdme discussion Moved by David Moreland and see onded byW S Carter that wo en dorse ho action of the last County Unionla restricting the acreage to 10 000 hills to the land and the Issual of nge pledge and pooling pledge together The vote resulted In the adoption of the motion Moved by T F Tanner and second ed by W S Carter that all tobacco growers bo allowed to pledge and pool their tobacco in the same manner as members Vote being taken on the motion resulted In Its adoption Moved and seconded that the Sec retary be directed to have published in both Ohio county papers and both Davless county papers the minutes of this meeting motion prevailed At this Juncture a motion prevailed to adjourn- S L STEVENS Pres C E SMITH Sccy State Officers Planning to Invader New Capitol 1SSecretorydremoval of a portion of his office to the new Capitol within a few days The present quarters are badly over crowded while the new ones are near ly completed roomy and comfortable Some of the old furniture will be taken to the new office and used un F ill the interior furnishings of the Capitol are completed- It Is probable that some of the other State departments will follow suit with early occupancy of their quarters In the new building although the struc ture will not be ready for formal turn- Ing over to the Capitol Commission for several months r REPUBLICAN COMMIT TEE OF OHIO COUNTY As Now Made Up by Election by 1 People Holdovers and Election By Committee IThe following is the personel of the Republican committee of Ohio coun ty as elected at precinct conventions May 2 and Including eight holdovers In precincts where no election was held and one election by the committee last Saturday The committee as it will be noted is composed of the very best men of the county and it Is sate to say that the work enjoined upon Its members comI G Keown SccriKary and Treasurer uisWest Hartford Dr T D Renfrew Beda John A Johnson JulwsongC T Whltehouse Cromwell Joe Jarnagln Cool Springs W T Brown North Rockport Geo Maddox South Rockport Jas Wilson Sr Select J W Martin DelVeesect TaylornIiautillonheSmallhous J C Hill East Fordsvllle C C Beard West Fordsvllle J J Tllford Aetnavllle E H Morgan Shreve Grant Pollard Olaton J F Allen Buford John Blair Bartlett D B Bartlett Hcflln T D Owen Ceralvo E W Smith Point Pleasant Watt Taylor Narrows John H Thomas Ralph Dr T J Edge Prontls H B Taylor Herbert O T Burdett Arnold Mack Cook Render Simon Jones Notice to Road Overseers Owing to the extreme wet spring farmers are far behind with their work and a general road working would result in great hardship and financial loss to tire farmers at this time On account of this unusual condition overseers are instructed to fix the most serious mud holes in their respective boundaries and tho tlmo for general work will be extended to July 1st 1 W B TAYLOR J 0 C Like Member of Family San Antonio Tex May 9 1908 The Hartford RepublicanHartford Gentlemen Please forward my paper here instead of McHenry I cannot bo without The Republican as it would be lIke leaving one of the family to be without it This is certainly an ideal climate here Wishing The Republican much sue cess Tarn Yours truly CriAS 11 CARSON y AL 7 xe 4 IJ4- y T et I j 1 1 j to I I t r c MUfiHES WORKS OTHERS TALK Those Who Know To Tell The Rest information Bureau Springs Up After Niagara VictorySix Things Not Known JCtw York May ISDaled on th araoaa1 triumph of Charles K Hughes tin winning the doubtful district of aUagara last Tuesday wide movement was today set on foot In this city t- thew to the country the Preslden tlta qualifications of this man who wll not boom himself While Hugh- edolay still insists on being Governor rather than play for the Presidency tiojawnds of men who know him have loaned the Hughes Information Bu VMK 10 tat for the buy executive are will not take the States time to- may for himself When all the peo pl know Hughes as Nlngara and New Tock know himthey believethe count will have a candidate who worked vkil others ran Lawyers labor leaders farmer merchant mechan es Okiniaters tankers brakemen and chera frost the remote districts of i country and the heart of the bus tic section are today Joining this rk of telling the tale of Hughes No one in particular has had to or push this raovmeeiit said H Jfing1p head of the Hughes Infor- rflos rtureau at it headquarterslOo roadway today Everyone seems to save taken a bend all at once and now it isaf I can do to tackle the work of Uapfr telling about Hughes which titty tiuaaud If we can tell the rest or UM country what we know aboutI 4t 1U be all we uk Halt a dozen of the things which tile people who know their govrenor IsalvaeatfoB he has lived and worked at anY ten twelve and fifteen hours 4h day while other Governors hadI ndbosses private business elsewhere the xraaMr part of the yar 2 That be hM no eneuiljs but race track tottu and their political henchmen am polfastai but his own no entangl 4Es Jllanrts 3 That he can carry Tiw Yortc State UJ That he likes a Lora race but hates unenforced law i6 That be left a law practice of I73WJ a year to serve the State for leas than half what he must ipBnd 6j That h has the confidence of badness nn flows Tnls W jfter One Hundred Dollars Reward forany oaarr of Catarrh that can 3Mt be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHBNKV S CO Toledo O- We the under Igned have known V J Ch nuy for the last 15 years Mil believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and fir nancially able to carry out any obll wUkms made by his firm Waldlng Kinnan i Marvin Whole wale UnmgiMs Toledo O Jialla Catarrh Cure it taken lu rtwruaJly noting directly upon the blood wild mucous surfaces of the system Tutftlonlals irmt free Price TO cents iper bottle Sold by nil druggists Tlrke Halls Family Pills for con stijiation The Poets Lay on the Month Of May The meadows sweet with springs perfume now banish all the winters floors tho gladsome movements swift Jy paw the dew drops sparkle in the 4traaa with gush of bird song we arc thrilled the air with redolence is pled as darling May cleareyed and aweet tripe oer the award with twinkling feet The swallows skim the placid lake the busy wrens and blue birds make their nests and rear their happy brood while all day long they search for foot This is the milk cows jubilee- or mUch cow as the case may be tjho chows her cud content and bland tnd gives down milk to beat the band The man In town now makes a vow that he will buys and own a cowbut later on say in Julywhen everything Ja hot and dry when hornflles makes her switch her tall and set her foot Down in the pall and when ho gets tht bill for Ice he sells the cow at saw price IB May the woods and groves grow rqrwn tho streams take on a silvery ihaen tho happy muting birds inspire the youth with love and warm d sirs The breezes fan the smiling flold withI broftth as sweet of roses yield the purple blossom paints the thorn the lakes reflect tho blush of morn I In May tho hightoned fisherman with paid and bambo and a can with reel and fly steals to tho lake andI boasts bow many fishes hell take He goes before its fairly light nnd vain jly tries to got a bite Out on his homeward way hoH stop and buy fishI at tho butcher shopI Now Mayday frolics will beguile the mien and maidens for awhlleand in l the woods they7l dance and sing or spoon up in a grapevine swing for picnic parties are on tapand Maud- spills jelly in her lap and while sh eats the deviled egg a hornet stings her on the IgThis month the booze joints all must hike about the sIxth theyll hit tho pike Farewell farewell the foam ing beer no more will it refresh or cheer Goodbye old highball and gin fiz youll vamoose it you know your biz So now sklddoo and dont be lagging were all climbed on the wat er wagon Pert Paragraphs- It is awfully discouraging that saye ing unpleasant things A womans idea about a good husband is one who praises her for being eco isntoAn appreciation of that which you have enhanced the value of whatever yous therthings we most regret at time are the ones to which we owe most now j yourtj own trumpet no one will blow It for you Well they certainly will not blow it If you are blowing it We have noticed that the people who talk a great deal about se cret sorrow are very apt to give the secret away if encouraged She is a wise woman who wastesI no energy on pursuits for is not fitted Do the duty which Heth nearest j to thee Thy second duty will ul ready have become clearer trlIflesllreOne mans idea of a talented wom an is she who has a lot of common i sense ji j Wise is she who profits by the foolishness of others- Divination teems heightened to its highest power in woman I Whatever one woman says another j woman is determined to clinchiWomen are wise on a foolish of reflection Egotism In a man is trying in a woman it is Insurferab1eIt Itforgivingerable without tho least excuse for abeing home A soIin the wilderness IEulesays Mrs J P White of Rushboro onIIything else and cures lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs I and colds lagrlppe asthma bronchitis and hoarseness Is sold under guamn tee at all druggists oOc and 100 Trial bottle free m Apples for The apple is SleeplessnessI says a medical persons are familiar with its remark able efficacious medicinal purposes Everybody ought to know that the very best thing they can do Is to eat apples just before retiring for the nightPersons uninitiated In the myster- Ies of tho fruit are liable ot throw up their hands in horror at the vision of dyspepsia which such a suggestion many summon up but no harm can come even to a delicate system by the eating of a ripe and juicy apple before going to bed The apple Is excellent brain food because it has more phosphoric acid in easily dglested shape than any oth er fruit It excites the action of the liver promotes sound and healthy sleep and thoroughly disinfects the mouth This is not all the apple prevents indiges tion and throat dlsaesc London Glob i CropWhilemeut most easily lost from manures and soils it is the most expensive costing almost three times as much per pound as potash and phosphoric acid The readiness with which nitrates are washed out of the soil dur ing heavy rains when the ground is thawed suggests that during the peI rlod of such rains it should be covered with some catch crop which will feed upon tho nitrates formed and store nitrogen in Its tissues For this purpose rye is an excellent crop and is much used While it adds no nitrogen to tho coil which Is not alredy found there in as crimson clover docs it Is a much surer catch than the former andls thoroughly hardy It forms quito a root system during tho fall splits off curly in tho spring and by ordinary planting tlmo forms a heavy coat of manure to plow under t- One office which rye performs Is to absorb great quantities while the ground is reeking with moisture In th early spring so that whonlt is turne down in the furrow it carries under with it tons of water per acre and holds Iti n such shape that it will not be readily evaporatedJ t DISSERTATION ON eCOLLEGE EDUCATION Value Consists in Narrowing Effect Upon the last Prof James having never had a col lege education himself was long ap proved of that training for the race and Is bravely sticking it out In the February McClure he elucidates his creed adding various arguments to support It though passing over the one that seems to me most convincing of allnamely this A college ed ucation is valuable chiefly by reason of its narrowing influences It is to my alma mater that I owe my profound repugnance to many branches of learningto mathematics phlIlosophas chemistry and the German language I bless my saints for my early disillu slonment As a shy and tender under graduate I acquired that distaste for these studies which is perhaps the su preme secret of human happiness I looked with horror upon the text books the pedagogues and the scholastic dupes of such error and refused be deluded Thus I contrived to presrve the iutelelctual poise and sanity which you now behold Hut for college I might even today bo dabbling in matters dlstas tful without knowing it The unacad mle run that risk and it remains the most horrid chastisement of the education wUlInor brains against positively dismal and distressing strongholds of erudl tlon Kant let us say or Blackstone and thinking theyre having the time of their lives For myself I gave over those follies while young since it is the mission of the curriculum to Inculcate a lifelong detestation for the majority of the studies it comprises theIme much Early I perceived carelessnesslnaccuracy blithe superficially marked the chaps who the most fun whereas whenever I fellow developed a cordiality toward facts ho seemed to grow stupid Prizes as a rule alighted upon the least agile wits the last nimble Imagination Thus I was put upon my guard against fac s And I have beer greatly ben1 I think by holding myself from them Electing to swim he slender currents of the unreal hapIII11y lows Had I not gone to college I might now be Questioning theN eternal verities Boston Transcript IAll the good qualities of Elyf Cream Balm solid are found In Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for us In atomizers That it is a wonderful remedy for Nasal Catarrh is proved by an everIncreasing mars of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpassages It allays the inflammation and goes straight to the root of tho disease Obstinate old cases have yielded In a few weeks All druggists 75c including spray ing tube or mailed by Ely llros fiG Warren street Now York L Reclaims the Desert Tine Anatolian Railroad Company tho German corporation that Is build- Ing railroad across Asia Minor to Bag dad entered Into a contract last Nov ember with the Turkish Government to Irrigate a part of the Great Salt Desert whose southern border is skirted by the railroad This edge of the desert is nearly 200 miles from the northeastern corner of the Mediterranean It was once the bottom of tho sea and its floor is strewn with saline Incrustations butt has been found that the soil may be freshened and turned Into the best cf farming lands Not a spear of grass grows on It now and neither the Greeks nor tho Romans nor the Turks over built a road across it The contract for turning the southwestern part of this bare waterless plain into a fruitful garden has been let to a Frankfort firm and the construction plant Is now being sent to Asia Minor where tho work will begin this spring The contractors agree to complete the work In five years The estimate cost Is about 5000 000 The funds aro to be supplied by the railroad the government I adeei flvo years The reclaimed area embracing about 1COOOO acres will touch the north ern edge of the town of Koala famous In ancient history as Iconlum and long capital of tho Turks while they were pushing their triumphant way to the part of Europe they now occupy It Is a decayed place Interesting only fir its mediaeval and anclentro mains among which are the mosques of the Turks remarkable for their ex qulslte arabesques and enamel work It is the terminus of tho German 10 1 MI q I iIpppprppipiCse11eIf 1 Jr 1 N Ii itttention II I Farmers I II We Have Just Put Into Effect aII New Schedule Effecting Farm Line Connections I Which is the most liberal ever offered by contractI a Icounty should not have the great advanaItages of a Telephone in his home at xForcostaaour Local Manager who will be glad to give you full particularsaa a- E ROUGH RIVER TEL CO iINCONFORAT I ill J W OBANNON Local Manager iI 4- I a 8Waaaaaaan railroad from the Bosporus and the startling point of the extension to Bagdad which Is now being built It is expected again to become a flouri shing city- Among the mountains about sixty miles west of Konla Is the large Lake Beysthehlr and It has been ascertained that this lake can provide 20000000 cubic meters of water a year for the thorough irrigation of the area to bo reclaimed This water is to be led to the desert through an artificial chan nel and distributed by hundreds of small canals following closely the Egy tlan system of irrigation- It Is proposed to devote the area largely to wheat raising and the Ger mans estimate that the amout of wheat that can bo grown every year will fill 20000 freight cars Their chief object In proposing this costly project was to create business for their road As for the Turkish Government tho obvious advantages of the reclamation project led It eagerly to accept the propositionIt to secure a very desira ble source of wheat for the supply of Its army The reclaimed land will also yield a large sum in taxes so dear to the heart of the Turkish official but the greatest blessing that the government expects to derive frpm the enterprise is that every influence which increases the business receipts of the railroad Company lessens the liability of the government which to secure the building of the road guaranteed to make up any deficit in the receipts below 17000 francs for every kilometer of the track wUl1IaOas trains will take them to the Bos porus and also to tho port of Morslna on the brach of tho Bagdad road whlc the Germans are to build from Adana to that port Vast parts of povertystricken Asia Minor aro naturally among tho most favored regions of the world and it is Interesting to see that Western ideas aro beginning to fit that country for its proper place as a source of food for many millions of people Now York Sun Some Words on Words Telephotography phototeleghaphy lectroscopy electrogrnptiy teledla graphywhat do hey all mean At present nobody knows says the Engi neering News Take the first one for instance telephotography It is be- Ing used in the public press to express two entirely different nnd dlsllnct op erations one the taking of phot graDhsover A long distance by means of telescope lens and secondly the transmission c 1 c tWU OAO 0 U7 N Vdd dr5r3 b oAw3 bbtT33q C K Ohio County Supply CoF fi Inoorpordtcd bf 4 1 Hartford Ky Hardware Machinery and all Kinds i of Farting Implements y y 4We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you =buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and tl9workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore tirecommend our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers fj Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue bj and Moline with all repairs for same f DeepZb b Jj of Field Seeds MitchWIand Milwaukee fl Harvesting Machineryy 4 fi We sell b Mowersi4byficaU Prices always equitable t of photographic immages over wires by means of electric currents The news believes the word should bo limited to the first of these sj bo limited to the first of these operations and the electrical transmission called phototelegraphy But then an other difficulty arises because the last three words in the above list have also been used to describe tho latter featNew York Globe The Untiring Hen Last week was a banner week for egg shipments from Steelervlllo A hundred and twentythree cases were sent out Each case continue thirty dozen so that there were 3690 dozen eggs of Steeleville production went forth to help feed tho hungry of tho big cities on this staple article of diet The value of these eggs was over 450 at tho depot here If tho chickens which laid the eggs laid one every day last week It would have taken 6340 hens to furnish the product Counting the eggs used at home the many which are being used for hatch ing purposes at this time of tho year noverfoundegg industry Is one of the greatest Im portance in this viclnfCheeterT- ribune V t J V 7 1 q4 l r + The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Money r IS Blt LONG DISTANCE TflfPHONf For Rates Apply to Local Mgr OiMierland Tell J Tel Col- COBI OIUTCD I COPYInQHTSCAnion aD111I1UODPinyuntfreerypryprctat JimerkawACu Nr Ji1tiIrrYGateei 1tNIUlWlowlia f r jII Jt It t Jf Ft T J- w 4 ALARM ABOUT f SHTTLETIMBER y I Southern Supply of Dogwood 41 r Persimon Nearly Exhausted theResOJ Large DogwooC1I r To supply of dogwood and pcshn mon bht1Jc In the Southern States Is- nearly eXiIUbLtl ThIs stptement will not RIll Jill big lh o the average wan when lIu 1Io c i rs I flu when ho Is toM tlllt the tat sop slhrdltiIn nil pals of ttlO country Is furnish perSlmmOnjgrown IIorlousness of the situation Iii uppal countr1ropresont tii partlofmanuracIturerssupply 9n the dogwood stands In the l far northwest piart of the country Two largo companics manufacturing spindles shuttles and bobbIns have erected plants In the Cascades In Ore gon whoso dogwood forests are the greatest In the world tlio tree often attaining a height of 75 feet and a dIameter of one to two feet The Southern dogwood Is rarely more than G inches In diameter ExtensIvely I stands of dogwood are atso found California and Washington Up to thel present time lumber users In the Pa cific northwest have found dogwood valueless except for fuel and Its utilization for the manufacturo of shuttles will bring about a considerable Increase In stumpago values of thIs tree r These companies at their Oreg- ontplants will not only manufacture the articles named but will utilize every part of the tree turning tb nccognt the waste wood and producing such byproducts as pyroligneous acidaco- trr acid protneetate of Iron acetate of lime methl ted spirits solvent naphtha wood tar wood pitch and various forms of charcoal Dogwood Is Indispensable in the manufacture of shuttles bobbins and spindles because It Is the only wood whIch takes a high polish and wears perfectly smoot by friction under water The discovery of time adaptability oftho Pacific dagwood however has not aided the eastern manufcaturersl and they have been obliged to look for substitutes nearer home The I most promising of these are mesquite and tupelo gum The wood of the I mosquito Is heavy and very hard close grained and has a compact structure It Is probable that It would be emi nently adapted for the manufacture of shuttle blocks as It appears to have all the requisite qualities of weight hardness and susceptibility to a high smooth polish Already it has proven well fitted for the manufacture or spools and bobbins for which white birch Is now so largely used The tupelo gum Is medium hard and heavyI and has a compact fibrous structureI It has not yet been utilized tQ much extent In the textile lndustrlesthnugh It Is probable It will play nn Importan part In the future since It combines with several necessary qualities the exacting property of wearing smooth by friction OAA ItOaJA4Hear theTheKind Yor Hine t3ys bought lguM IF 0 or C71 urll h Young Men Rapidly Filling Senate The proportion of young men In the senate Is growing rapidly The number of oldUrnes Is dwindling steadI ly Recent months have removed two of the oldest of the oldtimes Sen ators Morgan and Whyte While Senator Pettus was of advanced age he was not old iii point of so that he Can hardly sonatolervlceI In this connect o was 86 at the tlmo of his deroise I But seven senators haver served for threw terms or II period equivalent three terms They are Senator toI son Hale of Maine Frye of Aldrich IllinoIs of RhodeIsland 1InlneI lel ot Virginia Senator Allison entered the senate March 4 1873 and Is noW In his thirtysixth year oJ senate service Senator Hale began March 4 1ss1 Senator Frye March 15 1881 Senator Aldrich October 5 1881 Se- n44ator Cullom March 4 1883Senator Teller March 4 1885 and Senator Daniel March 41887 Senator Allison Is pest i9 Senator Halo Is narly 72 Senator Frye willl be 77 In September Senator AldrlohI- SGG Senator will be 79 next I December Senatoif will be 78 In May and SenatorUanleltt11Q CG- t l I21tt r w j S 4 z r lE r 1wy vuF N l R The Story ore Medicine Its namoGoldnn Medical Discovery was sgggasttd by one or Its most Import ingredientsGoldenScat Nearly forty years ao Dr Pierce dls purotrlplctaln degree of consuntly maintained heat and wltlltho lId of apparatus and applldnccs deslt hill for that purpose extract from our must valuable nutivn medicinal roots theIr curativo properties much better than by tho use of alcohol so generally employed So the now world famed Goldrn Medical Discovery for the cure of wrnk or torpid liver biliousness andI kIndred d ranscm nll3 was first It sir 0 b d wIthout a particle or eVter I Its maR u InsredlIro s In our AmerIcan ores I tPC I rldlentl hrlp TP n v n n s- orMHacn ram un r ez- w- IIS rn w- y t n a an Otn n r PnU II o of t ese en orscrlen ofltufalotny one asking namo by postlll card or aboveFromstandard medical hoots or all the differ cat schools of bo fou4 that thuingr dIcntscomporing time Hold en Medical ouvery arc only for tho of time above mentionedI diseases but alto for time cure of all ca tarrhal bronchial and throat affections dlscharteshoarsenessbangon and all those affections wlnicin If not promptly and properly treated arc to In consumption Take Dr Pierces DIe covery In and JC1SIJoro In its ufO until you give it a fall trial and It Is not likely to disappoint Too much must not be expected of It It will not perform consumptionInIt trill cure the altoctfons that loam up to consumption if taken lit time u next September Doth In years and length ot service Senator Allison Is the dean ot the senate Senator Cul lose of IllinoIs however Is less than a year younger than ho and Senator Teller Is younger by only 14 months Within a year Senator Teller will end his term and will quit the senate and this will still further deplete the ranks of the oldtimes while the question whether Senator AllIson ISJ to return Is still unsettled and w1JII not be determined until the Iowa prlI manes In June When Woman Ruled Stories In the Old Testament takej on a new Interest In the light of our present knowledge of the ancient period of femnino rule According to Genesis ii 24 a mn shall leave his father and mother and cleave to hIs wife Now this does not mean that they shall set up housekeeping together It Is not a slur upon the primitive motherInlaw It means that he must leave his clan and enter that ofI his wife So too wo understand the tribulations of Jacob 1Vltbn this patriarch stole away with his two wives Leah and RaChel from the home or his fatherInlaw ho was committing time most heinous ot all offenses forI his marriage had made hint a member of his wives clan Ho had become theIr property And much later In history Samson marries a woman n Phillstia and has to go there to viSit her WQman says Tertullian thou art the ate of hell It Is unnecessary to quote the wellknown opinions of the fathers In this respect The stern provisions of the Christian jurlss ctome Into conflict with the milder customs of the bnrbalansI Among the Vlslgoths Bavarians andj Durgundlnns no mals kinsman could it- terfero with the wifes guardianship ot her childrenSAccording to Manouvrier the anthropologist the average cranial cavaI city In cubic centimeters of men In the stone age was 1544 as against IWO of modern Parisians that of woman in the stone age was 1422 ns against only 1338 todayHarperts- Meekly Tho Lucky QuartorIIs the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thnts more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria It they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at all drug gists tm Like a Boys Pocket On killing a Plymouth Rock fowl at Charlton In Kent county Eng Mr Charles Downes found the following extraordinttry collection In Its crop About 20 pieces of glass one cartridge six hails ono tin tack a him Inch screw II 1incp copper rivet one bono collar otud one shin button six trouser button one brass stud five pieces of coal one clock screw apd one hoot button THE PENALTY OF BEING A QUEEN Sad Side of the Pomp That GoeS With Royal Prerogative and Court Spectacles The flowers of queens do not sutoll like other flowers Almost always the exhale a perfume or suffering and death When an empress buries her lips and her eyes in II bunch of roses make no wls ake It Is that she may the better veep The flowers or royal gardens are confidantes of crowned heMs and they receive amid kIll faithful the theselonelyatomic Yes Quo ns all peens are InfhiUely to le pltd Even those who have Io mst teen stricken know not happiness JUt what shall we think of those whd like Queen Arnelle are at onco living healthy and secure end a thou sand times more heart pierced and tortured than tho victim who has succumbed to the fury of assassins The queen was not wounded cried the first dispatch which Carried the dreadful nows Not wounded Wha Shakespearean Irony In the words Before her very eyes her husband and one of her sons are stricken down like dogs and lien other son escaped death only by II miracleand they say She was not wounded How other wise could she be wounded On the contrary It Is just through not being wounded that she Is wounded most And it heaven head granted her the fa vor to fall dead then only would she not have been wounded For consider what since that day must bo That royal life which anyway had never oven before It been sllklined Trying on black dresses taking off jewels which are festal souvenirs of the past praying hurriedly by snatelie- n a nightmare for she Is dragged away from God every minute because must keep her eyes and her wits about her and keep her head when everyone else has lost It brushing away her tears or gulping them down give an otter gIving herself up to Portugal to the monarchy rather than to her dead who from the ImmedIate and earthly point of view have already only a secondary interest receiving ministers reading dIspatches question- Ing marshals receiving condolences listening to reports editing proclamation presiding In the great portrait gallery over councils at which men now speak low and now shout and pound the table showing herself calm erect and bravo In the race of riots lhresent fig n smiling presence to the people and to the factlonssm1l1ng for the glory off time nation forgetting forgiving lavishing clemency TenderIng good for evil life for death It in this somber bustle there b somee Instants of respite and recreation rush- Ing Into hiding to spend them therein the chapolle orients where lie watched over by nune two loved ones whose unwilling Imntoblllty crushes her prostrates her and in spIte or all omitting nothing going forward erect oven to the end of the funeral march remounting agAin the State carriage from which now two are mis sing and when at last nil Is over niter the dirge and the salute the last words of the archbishops tIle requiem aeternam the Incense the holy water and the ropesall is done and all- Is overto find herself alone in the evenIng the doors closed With a pale tired child whose brow she kisses be fore he goes to sleep and to whore she teaches the duties of sovereigns anti of rulers of empIres These are the privileges tIlllI the lot of Queen Amelle young and beautiful I widow and mother mournIng still Where is there In any laud a ragpicker or a peasant woman washing clothes In the river in De comber who at such Il price would change places with her Weather Effects Remarks about the weather are common but few peOltle know time vast effect of the weather Favorable weather brings prosperly and lIalllllncfI to nil the world Unravombl6 wpatlmer want and misery All that wo eat and wear depends on the weather Without teat sunshine and rain notb Ing would be produced Weather con- dItions effect the welfare or everx being Too much raIn floods and destroys Too much raIn floods and burns up Social life Is affected by wwitii- or Good weather makes people better OOOOO OO OO 000000060 0 0c Convalescerits need a large amount of nourishment tin easily digested form 0- X Scouts EmulJion is powerful nourish menthighly concentrated 5 bone blood and muscle without zALL taxon the digestion DRUGGISTS boot AND Sloo- t OOOOOO 4 t Y Dad makes them worse I The faro of armIes tho contests In pollcs that fix the course of no r less affected by conditiont when time parties In this country wore Whigs and Dom ocrats a rlllny day meant success fOr time Doniocrats The Whigs were of thu dignified class that would not I 1 come oUt lit bad weather Tituk or- f its und see to what extent tho weather l has affected your own life Caution for the Large Woman ITIe largo woman must bo careful In her choice of clotmea thIs season Besides being a flowery age thIs Is I an age of classical draperies but the menacoIa woman draped In soft classical folds GreekIbordersi the borders or time rIdiculous amid has a fatal tendency to recall the appearance of it e belovd Milne SchumannHlnk In her cloudllko alillilrcl It was almost time disloyally of of woman when we be held his spouse attired In classical pink drperlcs So It is with the largeI woman of today when she draping herself after the fashIon of j I the nnutmmetit in the picturesque seerlI ShoIthe obviously copvcntional style Plc- htresque exaggerations lIe not rot her nor time girlish sweetly slumplo sty lea lint do so nicely for rather under sized sister She roust cling closely not only to convattioaal styles but to moderato expressIons of those styles Also time largo woman must beware of briglmt colors and bright colors or every sort are absolutely demanded by rash Ion this spring but tho stout woman must turn a stern face toward those who would beguile her In this fashIon Whatever tho modiste may say she must declare once and for all that pluk pale blues vivid blues red send salnmo lIe colllrs out of her category Quiet colors dull colors and dark color wherever possiblethose ar the saving Posslb111fes of the large womanThIs seasons hints alsoat least those which are first to appearhave not considered her In time least The wide flat hats so wide would not be so bad for sonic large wontami hose who are talltall enough to more than Outllolnt their breadth and thickness but for the woman who Is stout they are quite Impossible As for the tllll hats which seem to ho built up In storiesfirst story amid basewemit mas ses ot flowers second story lint thIrd story bathers ascendIng In what stbms to be a petition flying from the paralpetthis style of hat Is for time large woman of course impossible SUI she has the Mephistopheles hat to do- pand on timid It she likes simplicity in headgear tIlls Is certainly something not to be sneered ntSt Louis Post Dispatch I The Society Brreakfrst Ono of the latest fads of time branch or society that calls Itself ultra fashionable Is the Sunday breakfast at the high hour of 1 oclock It is the unwritten taw to Invito only In mate friends to these breakfast lIar ties and it Is certain time limnovation will find Its greatest popularity during the summer Mrs John Jacob Astor has Introduced the breakfast parties here and Mrs John R McLean has brought them In favor In WashIngton The Idea has been borrowed form Emiglanl and It has a certain merit to commend It For one thing thu Sunday breakfast Is the only gather- Ing of the week that does not end with cards or other forms or racking relaxation Mrs Astor has decreed that these breakfast parties must rcsultIup my as offering a needed relief from the exactions of the week They also afford time best chalice lot tlk frIendly exchange or small talk mid lit general give time members of the society that Is driven fromm pillar to post an opportunity to get acquaint 1011iWater of the Simplon Tunnel Time water encountered at same places during time boring or the Slmp Ion tunnel says time EngineerIng Re cord was remarkable for the entire ab onco of chlorine trom it In which respect It was new to chenmsts Set veral geologists und analysts have readied the conclusion that the water had never been on the surface of the satisfactoryex yetiornamentsIare conventional I wreath of small flowers hallI I Its place Pink daisies or very smllll whIte or pink roses are preforred for tills style ot heal dress which Is alI ways very boeoniing Halt ornaments i are not worn by time younger debu tane sot t +I 1w3 A1cgetablePreparationforAssimilatingtheFoodanttne ling the S binachs aildBawels of- PromotesDigestionCheerrul nessanditcstContainsnelther 1 norGneraLNOTTIAfCOTICe lJ oraFozdlYdlYQLA7ClD7 J BJwl slII re Hi 1Wl Mpsimru iJnonYormsConvutionsFcverish ness nnd Loss OF SLEEI FACsimile SigMlure or UTM NEW YO- IICtiriLiii IJCACT t 9Y0VJRAPit74 1 CASTO lilA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have AiWayai lIISignatureI of- i I In- USE Overi I CASToRIA r u n OUR CLUBBING RATE= THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald13THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and COurierJournal 154 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17o THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17i THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine h5lT- H1 RElUBIICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 100 THE Ro PuhirrcAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 13 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN J 29YEARS tlb Of Honest Business Reputation t- is Back of EveryE MO111mVMEmi tx SOLD BY us b K- DOEOa MISCHEL SONSe 0 blip = PROP1 ETJRBT4t Owensboro Monumental Works t finz e Main St Yard 21421628 Cray Sh t- fi fi OWENSBORO KENTUCKY a itt Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You t3 Money on All Good Honest Work = ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our placo 11o can suit the most particular man Come over to our place just as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting fur you without oven asking for your order 1Vo have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measuro you up oven without Laying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean Indies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way ffl CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH f Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop j r j r t 1 r I tI I Hattford Republican I C M TTEDitORS A D PROPRIEtORS C E SMITH E1Pnot SIcuznlorln ao j 30 ch rr1aFRIDAY MAY 22 The citizen who stands for his guy ernnleat best Is the oily good part san Mr Into the White last wcckHe was Roosevelts guest Itowevor o Ulan ht tJIctl1 can fIght t tile farmers Interest without taking a strip oUt of his own prosperity It us alright to look niter the tobac co but we shllu1l1 not lose sight oC the fact that the farm produces man j other products 40 Vhut money ceuseys to cuutrol our elections and primaries our official of overt class will be under obllga Io only to the people A few ears ago tilt Irsldent preach t d against race suicide Now owing to our rlllid Increase In population he finds It necessary to call a conference to consider steps to conserve our na GovjWillson Irdrdonjlowers All that we aatldall that any Ohio County HepubllCdns shroud ask I Is fair play In the coming primariesI and those who are selected ed In the XOelllbel election Republl cans of Ohio County should see that no slates are made and no frame ups permitted During the UeckhamIcCrenrr con test tor the Democratic nomination for United States Senator this paper ventured some Innocent remarks by way of advice to our Democratic frlendi r and wo were promptly warned byTlie Herald to shinny on our own side The Herald Editors are now requested to look ill their tiles and appropriate a large dose of their medicine to their own use- County Judge Taylor bas notified the road overseers that owIng to th c brieftime left farmers of Ohio conrn ty In which to plant a crop that they need not warn them for road work Ing In n general way for the next thirty days This Is right for although the unprecedented rains which have continued for three years have almost dlstroed many of our roads the farmers tanInot afford to miss a Crop thus earJ OlATON Slay 20 Rev Hunt preached at Olaton Baptist church Monday night Everyone seems to have become Interested In our Sunday school and with continued Interest the school will be a success Mr Cyrus Sharp has moved to our town 1Uncle Joe Park of whose illness weI nl3110 mention last week Is quite jloCIfrs Mary Hoover Is also much worse She was operated on several weeks ago but was getting along as well as could be expected until recently Mr Sam H Payton CaneyvJlle was the guest of his mother Mrs Jane laton Saturday and Sunday I Mr Ira Joaught moved to Frlcdn land Thursday Mrs Jane Payton has been very sick since Saturday Miss Annie Allen Owensboro Is the guest of Mr John Allen airs Leta Faught spent Monday aC- ternoon I at Mrs Jane Daytons- Mr Alva Paught happened toa I very painful accident by crushing hiS finger In a hay rake a few days ago Dr J S Moan dressed the wound IIJINGO May 21Mr J T Tucker is on the sick list ut this writing Rev J R Lewis filled his regular nppolutment here Saturday und Sun fSundayhomo of the bride near this place Mfr A A Murphy and Miss Lulu Peach were marrIed In the presence ot large crowd of frIends and relgtivov Irev Lewis officiating Sun I a busy day with JJro Lewlll M o ceremony at 10 ocolck prititclrln- at g 11 baptizing at 12 In Halls Creek and preaChing In tho evenIng 2tfieS wore five baptized among them th- bIdde 4g and groom ioJ ftl1eurs IL M adOP Ashby Hot n were hsreBuvdalllnrt the lOg tl battziftlg JobarP Johnson and wile NarroWI- I I I f ft jvllled Johnsona parents Mr and Mrs Jerome Allen Sunday Mr n F Jones of the ConooC d neighborhood has bought property it- Smnydale i j and moved to same wIttr I ho will o gage In dllack ndthipg orn1to the wife of J Y Hagger nt ti onthe 20h Inst a buys Dr E- FArd attending Physician th I Uijlitellow only lived a few hours I Mr A D Powers and Mss Eva Allen were married on tIle 20thit the brides home 4 miles oast of lI rt ford at 730 p m Rev I D 1ug1mo- CClcl WP Jfinton and Mary attendanceiI Barbfcue Committees 0A S Yewell J T Satidorfur J G Keowu J 31 DoW se Ed Moore tike Sanderiur Joint Committee Jof P trod Masonic S A Anderson C M 1 Harnett P L AdvertisingI Ieat R E Leo Simmermau Connnlttco on Program Rowan Holbrook San T Barnett Cal P Keuwn W F Sehapntlro Henrr WclUfchnor Committee on Ar raupemnrifg- u W it MoorePali Foreman Corn mittee on CookingtC P Keown R n Inrtln S A Ilratcher Committee on order Cleve lIer Jess Hoover CuumlLtre Ion Refreshments W S Tinsley E W Turd Ed Uullluglon Committee on serving Dlpner All of the above committees are dl reeted to organize and report to the joint committee at the office of the Supt of Schools at 730 p m on Wednesday list 27 1908 A S YESELLChcnu iJM DEWEESE T SAXDERFUR J G KEON1- KE SANDERIUR v ED MOORS Joint K P and Iasonlc Committee PALO May 21We are having a right smart of rain lit present and the farmers are very busy setting out tobacco Mrs Mollie loclmster and daughters Katf Dolcy and Mrs Annie Conrad evening visiter Mrs Martha Berry Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Calburn and son master Ottis air told airs J T Hines and children EtlWl and Lillian Mr and Mrs W X Coy and daughter Mrs Jessie Madervisited Mr and Mrs discijho was sleeping In the warm sunshine Misses Eva HInts visited Mrs Ies- sle Maden Sunday eight TMso on the sick list RIO Mrs Martha Jierry Mrs Vera Duke and Mrs Sallie Maden Mrs Ivy Wlmtatt who has been Qr the past tow weeks Is Unprot AIJi11r Kit Derry made is flying trill to Mogan Sunday afternoon Mask Party The boys of the younger tot gave their girl friends IL l mask GunIthorMany unique cost mes here to be I seen Most tcr was IerIIIIat 1030 refreshments were sened wllenltheAnnie Allen Elgin Mary Elizabeth EllzlIjKool1CorlnE Wood111 Daisy Wedding Allro Taylor Flora Taylor Mirtie Williams MlltUe Jfesley Lorine Sul lenger Ozonll Moseley Hattie Glenn Besslo Collins Nora Wedding Ruth Riley Beatrice llanes Edith Duke Elsie Matthaws Clara RobertSon Fern Curtis Jennie Taylor Messrs Mc Sidney CresIry Griffin Seth Riley Darrel Sullen geris 4 Church DedIcation Duitdte lfajttldt Church will bo MayIlIjf mornhtl und afternoon Everybodt inviter to come god LrlJ1 g a 1 eel bllLlct l J 1 i F D IIALGHN pastor IF TInMmrY tt- SI MinnieI1 at 111 foltfbglas 1I0rt n nitF08 Mf loved by a host of friends and relatives who are sorrow strick- ureiiflbnia account of her sad demise tJqrilender footfjteps and words 6t c14eer hushed forever a a dear mother and wife has depart o mh11NA1ij 1 BESSIE w- H if I FiiRTIIE BUSY READER Arrangements are being oiade for II thOrough In511ectlon ot Kentuckys for eats this summer the State niid Government each bearing half the cosh- S eGov Willson said Monday that lie would make no more forecasts as to the tineeof his decisIon InnisPow era and Howard pardon cases It IS not thought that ho wlll take any tic tlon for at least two weeks r ITIle electric Jlghtllowcr and plants of Mayfield were destrojed by fire The factories and neivtpaps will be compelled to shut Ilpnn tor sonic time and the residents nre with out wateri1 The Atlanflc battleship flee lcf San Francisco Monday for- s Pug Sound lvhere It was due to arrive torday With the exception of tho one In dry dock nil the sJllls wll1rendll- Qus on Saturday off Port Totinsccd and proceed to au anchorage In tu vicinity of Seattle I Court Notes Tile Ohio Circuit Court converted j In cams t hall Monday with JUdge T F- Btrkheod priding aid Commonwealths Atorney Ben D Ringo turd Comity Attorney MWoudward prs eat to look after the Commonwealths I IJUslnefS The following gentlemen were eni paneled as grand jurors whose names ages religion and party afnliaion follow AlnPy Casebler 38 Japtls Dent Robt herder 68 DllpUsDem- Robi Englesl 1i3 Methodist Rep I Joseph Dame 46 Methodist Din Hnrdln Baird 40 Cumberland In belief Dem Albert Cox 51 Methoclis Dem J W Igleheal1 GO Baptist Dem Seahi Ittler 52Bap4st Dent Witt Taylor 3J Methodist In belief tell Orlllndo Cox 28 Baptist Dan Willie hurl 31i Christian In belief Dun T B Strith 75 Christian Helll Seth Itiley was ullllOlntt as foreman Alney Cast IJlu was selected as sheriff and WilL Tator its clerk of Jiee grand jury i CjOmktgll Iia hop Jaa E Ashby Stun Morton San hlayues Ream Smith Markltu trot XOIod Drown V L Chant bliss Tiros Sanden Harlan Tlchdl or Jas Lyons W Loyd Joe 1I1I lEI J M Rowe H E Drown W 1L Brown Joe Dellane The few Comth cases now left on the docket ire dispotd of as Coli Iowa f- Conlth vs Wallel Midkift changed to the name of W Y Villoughbyl- fitted Comth vs Harrison 20 and costs Conith vs A I Phelps charge re duotd and tined TOO and cost 1ComthPinc1 Al1d Peach and Fige Morris1 reinIsforward to Friday I Comth vs M H 8 Eo It R two cases passed The Commonwealth Law Docket be glnlng with today Is as follows tth DAY Jmtll of Ky vs McHenry Coal Co 5707 James P Taylor vs J C RR Company Ernie Curtis vs John Hendrlt F M Baize vs J C It R Co Oasander Allen vs L C R n Co Eva Taylor vs I C R R Co- G h DAY Gto W WllEon vs L C R R Co A J Cassedy vs Southern Railway Company Merry Pirtle ts I C R n Co nh DAY Louisa Crab rte vs M Ii E R R Co j i The Cottiuental Jewelry Co Ys T C Stratton IWm Cogitl1l vs Henry Bran c Sfh DAY Katie L Culbertson vs Thos Henry Baize i C P l twn admr Vii WaltonWll soil Rhodes Co- NI IL Keown vs H W Taylor 9th DAY Grover Render vs Broadway Coal LKimbleJWedding I Company eMI cases set on the flrst ITho days have been disposed of lIS T followsleidlllIo drI y L Moseley guar vsr Ch D Brown dismissed1trFabianArgent VS Frank CasebJeri- eldl ot Jpry for defendant r tl t QeQ BThumsou vaI Q TI n fo corithlutta1Jutfzph Schroader vs N H ER Itt Co net emlory instructions for Qe f ud I M- Malinda Wright It at vs M- IHumllton C I et at order sUtllng See attOripeyliR i H itQt n UIuLutis bi5vdsv111uBiockC9l- Company t BF Saunders Vs E E BlrkJhead S n 1 Wt FAITHFUL HOUSEWIVES OF THE UNIT D STATES i I Send Grateful Tributes to Dr artmanIfor Benefits Received From tunair tits p o KULAa INo More Throat Troubl Mrs D C Nolan Gem Ka writes I have no rf moro throat trouble thanks 8 d i to Perunn It le the only f medicine I care to have II s9tI I have used Peruna for frj stIhelped me a great manyx times and I shall praise It tofevery one ot my friends r Ever since Peruna was in troduced to the public thirty years ago the housewife has been an ever faithful friend tolorona She It Is that has seen the practical benefits ot the use ot Peruna In the family wh LL Lton the uuy II as san1ilos or cold sac gives II fowdoses ot Perunainaleadoffill Ing the system with the doctors drugs When tho school children have coughs or colds she again resorts to Poruna When any member of the family Is afflicted with catarrh either In Its acute form or chronic Poruna is resorted to In II largo number of minor ailments she finds Poruna a neverfnlllng remedy All this has won the conildence ot the housewlfo In Perunn which cannot be easily shaLen by tho statements of people who know nothing ot Poruna having never had any personal oxperl enco In Its we same order J W Millet adnlr vs L C R RCo on trialICasobier verdict of jury for defendant I J W Mullet Admr vs I C R R Co verdict of jury for defendant Clifford Ward vs Central Coal and Iron Co verdict for plaintiff T J Hudson vs Dink Westerleld Jury decided that the defen dant was to get half the crop and did not agree to furnish team Comth vs W H Small turd Co verdict of jury 100 for plaintiff Der die SpiukB vs I C R R Co jury found for defendant under Instruction ot court Town ot Beaver Dam vs I C h Co verdict of jury 100 for plaintiff daughter Penrose May NARROWSl last week Miss EWe Duke visited hlr sister MIss Edith Duke from Saturday un til Monday Miss Bessie Renfrow Is vIsiting friends at Hartford this week MIss Maud Shultz who has Leon attending school at Hartford returned home Monday Miss Mable Sharp who has been attending tIle Bethel tamale College atRussollvllle returned home Wednesday Mr J H Thomas was it Owens bbrd Sunday Mrs Iou DoWesce r Horse Branch visitoi Mrs J H Thomas Saturday daushterJMattie of White Plains Mo were the guests of relatives hero this week Miss Lillian Rentroy Warren county is visiting relatives here- ltir Oscar Shultz who recently graduated from the civil engineering d prtment ofKS C cantehodme SatI turday Mr and Mrs Wayne Stevens Hart ford isltedrelatives here Sunday Mrs re FjvAnsviIlel lad Is vie1 ipg tho farilUof Dfr Chas HuffM r Dr H I peantlira S1 y visited relatives Phiipot the first of the weekat oirnaA8hisJast e nwhIjSbeen attending t at Bowling Oreei re- t a oF t Peru ta Tablets Some people prefer to take to blots rather than to tAke medlclno In n fluid form Such people can obtain Peruna tablets which represent the medicInAl ingredients ot Pert Each tablet Js equitr lontto one avorago dose ot Poruna Mrs T JDallnrd Pryor Creole Indian Territory writes II keep free from old stomach trouble feel no catarrhal symptomss at all I am able to do my work entand drink what Iwantaidamro joked to know that I found a sure curo In your vlllunblo medi- OinCg p Ins AUGUSTA PAULINE Oct1B SystemIc Catarrh Mrs Augusta Pauline OChs R P D 2 North English Iowa wrlres I took Poruna over systemicmy rIght side solcpuld hardly do my housework tI am 66 years old and am now doIng all my housework dam In the best ot health and cannot thank DrHartman for his advIce and medlclno1- e 1 + Jw Off 3vs 3 turned home Tuesday I Messrs Denis Baker and Coda I Woosley spent Sunday in Owensboro I Mrs Emma Likens and children visited relatives at Mcllenry this week Mr G D Dean visited relatives in Logan County last week Mr Archie Hnrrison a recent gra duate III Telegraphy has accepted a position In Ala I 1onllofof U S Army and Is stationed In Cub- aBEAVER I DAM I In the absence ot Rev A B Oard- 1Ct vlto Is attending the Convention at Hot Springs Rev J N Jarnasln j filled his appointment at the Bap i list church Suttllay Mr E D Tilford and wife of Mor- ganCleld arc visltingreiativps in town Miss Mayme Mitchell Chattanooga Teun Is visiting her parents r and Mrs J J Mitchell for a few days I Miss Hal Griffin of Russellville Ky is the guest of Miss Mary HardwIck for a fow days Mr OSCar SteeDJuls spending a few ly In LOuisvllie this week Miss Mattie Ifnrrol of Rockport spout Sunday pad Monday In townI ors C W Cannon andson of Ow ensboro are spending a few days with tills Cannons parents Hiss Addllinnd Nancy Van Meter Ofi Central City are vIsiting frIends in town lelltlSunday spcndingalfewMrs J Itt VIhhiamentortained the Ladles Social Club at the borne of her father on Main street last Saturday j herparentsinfew days Mfrs Clarence Ashbyo1 MoHenry spent a ffiwUaya this week with her parents here I a t e onmepcementexgrcluea of West KeRtit Cky SemlnWYJrebelng Incud this week hi the new schbgl bultd Ing On Monday night the intereel legate departnept entertalne4 witt a play which dill much credit to tll- teachtl MlrH Crentin Oh Tuesday night the G and 7thibtndesentettaih- cdyvith a Program that was dell- atrangldi and sbowe4geiodfrahafn- an iW hWSddy the lflusecfilserwill give aselect program OuiMPs I S Y- j f 1 k J IMrsvery case and constipation and n complication of ailments that I have had for sovoral years I doctored with three doctors who did tno not much good so I quit doctor Ing I bought a bottle of Perunaand commenced taking it I found 1 was getting acme better but thought I was not doIng liS well liS I might So I wrote to Dr Hartman to see what he thought about mo Ito too special dlroctlonll and medical advice To ollrII tnlslment I1mproved and nm today a well woman and weigh asImuch as I over did In DIY life My old friends In Ohio where wo moved from about fifteen months ago sn when they see tae how well ydu took I did not expect to see yo ve look so well again I tell tilenn Iwould not jc so well it It had not boon fog- Poruna Peruna saved my lifer recommendIPeruna wherever 111m and when any of our folks are sick l give thom PorunBo with success I nk Dr lIartman and may hO tbOoIgoo i the gratitude that my husband cliild ren and I owe to Dr Hartman for the kindness he has shown toward mo dur Ing my sickness I I want the public to know what Peruna and Dr Hartman have done for mo An astonishing number ot families nee Peruna continuously for the various potty alIments to which the family It liable day night the primary and Inteilne- diato department will give an enter tainment which promises to be very entertaining On Friday night the graduating class will give their finals the class Is composed of the followIng Misses Oracle Williams Lillian Dlr Blanch Yan IeterMessrs Frank Gray and Austin Rhoads After this the Alumn of W K S will have theIr first banquet Kodol IndigestionRelieves Dalpitatioaoftheheart Digests whatyon eat HARTFORD COLLEGE Summer School May 25 to July 3 t To meet time Increa lng demand m six weeks summer course will be of fered primarily for teachers desiring to obtain State Certificates for those seeking to obtain County Cer n- tiflcatcs and for pupils who tailed to be promoted or who need to be strengthened for next years work The number of students will be I1m t Ited and IndivIdual help will be glv ed by skillful teachers of long exper Ience Board and tuition will bo reasonable L N GRAY 42tf Hartford Ky Fortne Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit cour ithlfiepaler delicate Don torgtr Xouknowand rIch and builds up the gelteral health In every way The rJrthlre eIInt JOIII hUJf Delth VoJIriIrduueutAyeceraleAirreletabletu rcoatell rrUAsoMURYtl0q 6 lleitS AQUe MERRY CUte F1CrlMtAL t 1 i fl1 tcbh I i- C yr 7 P V- r hd ii THE BETTER THEY LooK THE BRO f I Are not Wash Goods the most desirable matea rials from which you can make your Summer Dresses You know it is a very feeling to get into a fresh crisp ironed dress If you are fastidious about the patterns you wish and why should not one have the rightto choose the things that please themWhen l they mustpay for themwe believe that however welldescribecome and see them Select the for yourself These are our prices on washables Pretty styles in Scotch Lawns 5c Sheer Qualities in Organdies JOc Extra Qualities in Organdies 15c 20c 25c r for White Goods from5c to 50c Endless variety of Wash Silks 25c to 100 Val Laces Insertions Swiss Edges Band Trim ming Etc to match Call and see us i EALE Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 22 Illinois Contra Railroad Tl me Table Norlli Bound Null Hi Bonutl- Nollrtuell31NolSSdu lOr n III HIII No12llIe1 Op RI No 1U1 cIne 248 p in MoI02 1ni 548 pm olI rtncSMp tn I i icing Your Wool to Carson Co Wecan fit you or your boy wl h aj Suit CARSON CO I We are headquarters for tine Dress Goods CARSON CO Genuine CocaCola Ice cold at City Restaurant City Restaurants Steak Meals cant be beat Try cm Telephono your orders for Groceries direct toT L Royals 43t4 Bring your Eggs Chickens Butter and Hams to T L Royal 43t4 Mr Amos Carson Louisville Is the guest of relatives In Hartford Of course It you want a nice Meal or Lunch you go to the City Restau rant Mr J H Thomas Narrows who is attending Court called to see us yes terdayI Mr and Mrs Lawrence Daniel of Narrows are the proud parents of aj ten pound glrfito f I Malanzasfs tlI h MrssJoeMr lC W Sturgeon EvansyHle lad was theguest of relaUveaaDlLldc here the first of eYeekIi I Misses Bella and Ida May Thompson of Sturgis and Optavia Horn O Y ns lpro are the guests pf Mrs Georgft Lewis 4- i 1 o of the Ow- nsboio1a D1stfycopfeeDCe Mebodist IjhurcTi Carroll Mn Junei S t yM r 1 ExSherlft Cal te Keown has sold liisVraniiidJa et1tfoHartford tq sherlfti1 + a8A Branch F Jcim1lderatlODfOOOch r irHLl f laylocg prosporo mer cbant oiJ Ait9viuerptvae e e parents Mr c lyyslavit it J1 L r- f PTHESM TEIEST WASNABLE5 THPMOREYOUWWRTWE BEST WASHABLES SETTER You LOOK- QUSTER comfortable newly fastidious patterns Fancy Headquarters I Drink FruVTola at City Restaurant We buy Eggs Feathers and Wool CARSON CO See our line of etslCARSON Boat excursion down Rough river next Sunday See about it My What good Fish you get at City Restaurant No bones T L Royal is prepared to take care of your grocery orders 43t4 The freshest groceries will be found at T L Royals Main street 43ti Miss Llllio Miller Cromwell Is the guest of Miss Effle Render City City Restaurant Is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Drinks EtcICity Restaurant is still people and getting better every day Hon M L Heavrlh returned Satur day aftofnoon from a few days trip to Washington DC For Sale4wo mulch cows and calves and young horseE C Gorman BeaverDatKy We have a beautiful line of 42t2II Goods for dresses and shirt CARSON COI Mrs F G Jones of Drakesboro is the guest f4her daughter Miss Florence Jon City j Little Misses Marie Raglaud and Martha Thomas the of friends In HartrordIMr Joe C out again after being confined to his efIfeetsAt Reaver Pain at the i Methodist I church next Sunday the pastor Rev Virgil Elgin will preach pii Why we I Baptize or the design of Christian Baptism Rey WprsteTwart will Jreacb Mt Pleasant churcH the fifth Sun day Inthlp Vm9nth Roy Stewart preached his f rpt sermpn at thIs place thirtyeight years ago 1 j A tine tltmie td alstlrtd nit Vh go on the We Three fcxcurellrtr next StiudayV Boat starts at cite oclock slurp 13ee Arthur ttyG1 P A and geta tlckei RuhdH1 1 only 25c fMr er and lit YlMajors fHWiBnffArtfordt l Jyorvt I t y+ r X4 Misa Fannie Whlttlnghlll of Fords VIIjlamethiscck iThero will bo prcacnlng nt Ltbor y pastor Rev Virgil Elgin the fifth qund i Inotills mO1th I See Arthur Petty and gut a ticket for ihe excursion on the We Thr a down Rough river next Sunday Mrs RA Anderson is the guest of her son J Allen Anderson and i otherrelatlvcs at Owpnsboro Miss XMarlnda Atherton uulll1rs Ross Morton Llvormorc arc tho IIt Mr and Mrs T it Harnard Dr T D Renfrow McHenry was ho guest of his family and friends In Haitford Saturday and Sunday Mr William D MOl 2 Bookkeeper for a leading LouUviJe batik Is tho guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H Moore Coty I Mrs J E HUJyld and Miss Agnes questsIMrs J C Riley Ih J C Gentry has resigned his position as perscription pharmacist wit Z Wayne Griffin and has accepted a like position with Mr S J Tlch onor at Llvcrmlre IrldIC Henry Esq W P Miller and P M Health Horse Branch U S Shrovejday Mr John M Taylor formerly a resident of Hartford and a student of Hartford College but now holding a responsible position with the 1 c railroad at Rlpley Tenn was the guest of his sister Mrs Rowan Hoi liook several days lust week AIS S Acton Sulphur Springs W J Growbarger Wysox L B Loney Mc Henry Ansel Wilson Roslne J B Graves Ceralvo Harry Brown Rock port were among our callers Monday Mr C E Raley Roslne was the guest of her daughters Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley students of Hartford College Wednesday and attended the commencement exercises Wednes day evening She returned home yesterday and was accompanied by Misses Jessie and Bessie byre Davis Cromwell S L IIcssrs and Travis Davis Beaver Dam A E Sandrofur Rob Roy E W Jackson Pincheco John P Foster No Creek S P Moore Ceralvo V M Stewart Beda T Fi Tanner Ileflln E C Baird Bcda W W Loyd Bar retts Ferry and Watt Taylor Mutan zas wore among our callers Wednes dayAt a meeting of tho Hartford school board held Tuesday afternoon all the present teachers In Hartford College were reelected except In 5 and G grade now held by Miss Lillian Monroe She did not desire to retain the position and Is succeeded by Miss Mayme Shown Miss Monroe has been with the tchool tw J years and has made a splendid record with patrons and board All are sorry she cannot remain with her pupils Miss Shown has had experience as a teacher in the public schools has been a favorite wherever she has taught and Is thoroughly competent Another delightful meeting of the Social Club was that of Friday afternoon when Mrs Slmm rnian and Mrs Dr Pf ndleton entertained with flinch at the home of the former j Members present were Mesdiuncs RD Walker C E Smith WS Tins i ley S A And Ifon J F Victors C MBarnett Hooker Williams ZWayne j Griffin A S Yewell E E Blrkheud F L Felix J S Glenn Dr Wedding j W H Earner Misses Hattlo BariiMt Mute Sanderfur Stella WoernerUm ra Morton Ltttle and Maggie Marks Visitors Mesdames Laura Warrlner i Heber Matthews J C Wagln Henry j Field George Lewis J C Berry C E FurmanIJ W Ford and Wallace Riley The Arrah Wanna Club was most delightfully entertained Monday even Ing by Misses Pearl Thomes unit Florence Jones at the home of the former The tallies were kodak views attached to fragrant flowers Eight games of flinch were played highest honors were won by misses Evn Tay i For Debbie Taylor and Katie Thoinhst each winning 7 games At 10 oclock a dainty two course luncheon was VfcreMissMesilames F 0 Jones Drakesboro Ky J E filllyafd Fredonia lyrE AIElba bl Taylor JfCorlnoBon 111nyeNyllLlzzlQAf ider Katie Thomas Hetue Rlley RcpuDHcid National Convention Chicago UK rthlel1 1908i I Fpr above occasion round i trip ticket will beisQld torChI080 at ono fro l 16ucestivaDittorT 1 W t 51na1i c Ill T1 j iSMAlLIIOUMay 2ORcv Love Belvor Dam Ky fjfted his regular appointment at IjSjuHilty Sunday and left an apjiolnt incnt to preach at Equality Saturday II I SIt Jefore the third Sunday in Juno wjflch Is his next regular uppoiiH ni ntIL ytoi Cenertown wore the guests nighand I Mr and Mrs Jut Ross and lltlo AdsRoss and Master Layton Ross dined at Mr Robert Hunters Sunday Miss Alice Fulkcrson huts returned from H visit to her sister JLs T L Wtthrow Central City Mots is James Drake and S E Hun tor wut to Hartford Monday Mr S B Hunter attended church at Central Grove Saturday Mr and Mrs James Addlngton and daughters Dewey and Bessie Irene 1111Blill guestsjotSunday I Mrs Annie Iglohoatt and daughters foxy and Ruby Muhlenburg county were In our midst Sunday the guess ofrelativesMr Tlchenor visited his par ents at Matanazs Saturday and Sun day I I OfjherMr and Mrs John Barnard have moved to their farm near here from Beaver Dam where they have been to send their sons Guy and Earl to school Born to the wife of Mr Joe James on lost Tuesday a tine boy Mrs Opple Kittinger who has been quite sick is thought to be Improving Mrs R E Eudaley is on the sick listMr and Mrs Lawrence have moved to Rockport Mr Thud Boskln of Southerland was a guest of Mr Alva Calloway re centlyMr and Mrs Berry Bishop were tho guests of Mrs Cordelia Addlngtou Sun day I ICome Everybody Come To Fordsvllle Ky Juno 19 1308 and hear the lion J Campbell Can trcll Sate President of the American Society of Equity of Kentucky that distinguished gentlemen and onuor and drink deep of the well of the prln clples of the American Society again timeIl our brothers and bring your wives and lot us unite our forco once more that has been such a factor for good In the past Speaking will begin at 2 p m A comfortable place will be provided by the committee Dont miss this as this will be the treat of the season Come and let us have ono good day together and hear the truth of Equity J C OVERTON J N SHREVE BLAOKI ISALEM Furls filled his regular appointment at Cane Run Saturday and Sunday Dr A L Schanzcbacher and Wife visited Mr and Mrs J G Wilson Sun day Miss Lucilo St Clair visited Miss Ora Wilson last week Mr Elmer Miller and wife visited Miss Sarah Hcavrlu Sunday Horn to tho wife of Mr Pate Bash am a fine boy Mr D M White and wife visited Mr J A Stognar Sunday II Among tbe Lodges Hartford lodge F A M met In the new hall for the first time las Monday night Thero was a large at tendance and both visitors and members were loud In their praiso of tllej new quarters There was work hi the seconddcgrcocriditablo manner by acting master W E Ellis The K Ps will hold their first meet- Ing In thenew hall next Tuesday night and celebrate by the election of new officers for the coming term The decoration services under tho aus plcjes tR ugh River lodge will take 4 place nt the Presbyterian church next Sunday atna m The sermon will bo delivered by Rev W U Wright of the1 Christian church A special musical progrom will be rendered at the church and tho flowers will be 4 placed on the graves M Oak Wood at I 3 p mHAIl members of Rough River lodge No 119and any visiting breth ern are earnefily requested to asS m ble af the pow hall at 1015 rt mBun day to go in a body to the church Bring your badge with you ot 0 lf U t All lodges in Hartford have cugng cd quartcri attthe jicw han exoSpt twoVJ4r in fd t T rlti 4cr w GF isprins I Footwear i etHn n n f celetwomen 350 and 4 The daintiest Oxfords you ever saw + Queen Quality make at 250 3 350 and 4 + 4 3tcause we feel that we can give you your moneys worth in Shoe satisfaction and because we can give you Shoes or Oxfords for Ldressoccasions for the home for all sorts of Shoes and Oxfords for all sorts of purposes We offer to the people who buy Shoes here the very best the world produces for the price we charge Supply your shoe necessities from this store and get the best from We every stand point 1 n = n I EP BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM KY 1 c I KEEP THE I BEST I Things closest to you Your un= I IlOurst LOOKn AS I I CLOSELY I IAs you like= ==the more you exam ourIare durable They embody all that brains skill and good materials can produce The quali= ties are the highest== =the prices are the lowest CARSON CO J INCORPORATED HARTFORD = KY 1 1 t 1 01 f a y n y etr w J I It I ri TELLING AGE BY COLORS WORN Japanese Girls Attire Merges From One Shade to Another There Is candor about Japanese wor en to which low English women woul have the courage to aspire and such a custom as that of a girl representing In fact II walking census by limit- Ing herself to a particular range of co lors according to her age would bo considered a preposterous Idea In this country says the London Evening Stan dard And yet such Is said to bo the fashion In Japan nglrls attire merg- iug like the colors In a prism from ono shade to the other as the years speed on- Midway between tIle early 20s and the next decade purple chestnut and pink where tIle kimono Is concerned are made to take the placo of the pale shades of silver gray or blue coil which up till ten have represented her color card White In addition Is relinquished practically at 25 a ruling which would semi arbitrary In Eng land In these days when white toilets are regarded as almost grandmother ly In her 2ith year a Japanese woman acquires a now dignity when she tak es her first stop Into the important realm of striped fabrics which give such an added status to the wearer J the years go on the wide stripes which proclaimed her Initial plunge In to a different category to that of her youngest friends and companions narrow with each succeeding year until finest hairline announces with al most offensive honesty that she has rached the age of30 Pale mauve shades as well as cinna mon and blue are her choice as re gards color until she Is flv yeears older when without sign of protest she leaves all bright tones to her youngest sisters and is seen thenceforward In the dull drab tints of brown and lark gray until her striped kimono Is changed for a checked brown ot gray at 45 This exchanged finally a few years later for black or very dull gray In which sober gird a Japanese woman continues until the end of ho life A Word of Caution to Enraged Girls If ever there Is a time when It behooves a girl to be com monseuslble It Is during the period ot her engage ment observed engaged girl to me lately and I thought the remark worthy of consideration Fullcla who had just spoken Is a romantic girl devoted to poetry and music yet when her Prince Charm Ing Came along and wooed and won her she developed a habit ot quite thoughtfulness that both pleased and surprised her friends It is because I care for him so much she said to me one day and because I want to make II very happy home for him that I am trying to be so sensible now Among the subjects meriting the serious attention of the engaged girl Is that of the giving and receiving ot presents The finance has a natural desire to bestow pretty slits on the lady of his choice and just at the beglnlng whoa the relatlolllhlp Is very new and tender the maiden can scarcely do othowise than accept his votive of ferings But as the days pass and the stab lishment of a new home Is being plan ned she who Is to be Its future mistress does volt to pause and ask Will It not be wise to put away for house plenisluing those quarters that my lord expends so recklessly on flowers and bonbonsOnce indeed I knew a German mal dun who wont the length of asking her fiance to bring her regularly the money that he felt Inclined to throwaway on chocolates and when her mar rlago day approached she showed him proudly an array of pretty knleknncks that she had thus been enabled to pur chase for their homo Betrothed lovers ought also to consider the properiety of maintaining an attitude ot reserve Dignified reticence Is always respected unguard txl expressions or beatitude are often merely ludicrous Since Maries betrothal has been announced she can talk only of her dear Jack remarked nn aggrieved acquaintance the other day and one can easily Imagine how tiresome to her frIends she must make both her self an Jack An excitable Celtic youth that I onO knew was In such ecatacy over his betrothlll that lie greeted all hIs acquaintances with the wordy OIl you know the llrest Im ungag d His flnancee on hearIng of this thJ meaner promptly broke off the engagement and the pOOl youth was sudden ly plunged Into corresponding depths of gloom Not only In the presence ot outs ders should a souse of dignity be magi tested by the young couple WJthl1- 1iiio privacy of the family circle tll1 girl hi most esteemed whose good senso forbids a public display of devotion And no ono appreciates maidenly re servos more than the infanco him self The girl who values herself lightly Is accepted at her own estimate and she who roverences herself commando reverences also from others Selfreverence selfknowledge self controlthese three alone lead life to sovereign power And Is not soverelgt power In her own homo and to the hearts of those she loves the ambi tion of every true woman For some time there has prevailed among our young people u tendency to disregard many of the old lawS of convontiontlity but this fashion Is happily passing Time chaperon has re sumed her sway and the modern youth no less than his grandfather finds that the sense of aloofness and the grace of maidenly reticence render only moro dear to hint the object ot attachmentPlttsburg Leader Best Health In the World Rev F Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used IJucklens Arnica Salvo for several years on mold army wound and other obstinate sores and find It the best healer in the world I use It too with great success in my veterinary business Price 25c at all druggists mI OASIJ1l0RfAIban theihs Rind Yau Hors dleals ugh- tgoatats ot DIet for Tuberculosis Sufferers The diet prescribed for tuberculosis sufferers Is plenty ot Pure mlllall the patient can drink or what Is usu ally more to the point all he can Afford and six tggs a day According to the doctors it doosnt matter about the status ot the egg so long at It has not commenced to sprout Good for Everybody l1romln1ISan Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric lilt ters as a tonic medicine It Is good tor ever bod It corrects stomach IIv- er and kidney disorders In a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric hitters Is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggists counter as n blood purifier It Is unequaled GOc at all druggists m To Make Tough Steak Tender When meat Is high priced It Is not always posslblo to buy the most expen slve cuts The steak that Is not por terhouse can be Improved by treating It as tha French chief prepare their steak to make them tender Put three tablespoons of olive oil and one and onehalf tablespoons of vine gar on a plate and lay time steak In It then set In the Ice box for four hours Turn halt a dozen time at Intervals then the meat Is ready to broil Degeneration in Small Fa mules A new race peril Is brought to no tice by Prot Karl Pearson from his Investigations In England on the In- herltance of tuberculosis lie rinds that the first one or two children bornI nre more likely than others to bereulous and to Inhrelt defects of th parents and the modern tendency to limit families to one or two children therefore not only mnakesno allowance for the Inevitable waste ot child lire but also must Increase the proportion of weak and diseased Indlvitlullls In the community Wooel Ashes I Ashes made from hard wood are more valuable than those from softt wood It Is claimed that some ashes from sort wood have not enough value to make It worth while to bother wIth them Itt has also been discovered tlma the value Is largely governed by the part of the tree tram which the ashes are made It Is declared by chemlss that the ashes of young twigs art of more value than the ash of t e trunk of the tree while the lush of the leiS Is still more valuable A Testimonial Request Stories at the expense ot the women suffragists are innumerable says Black and White One man has noiieetl that his sister Is making Inroads upon his haberdashery Ho complains that she might at least give his a I testimonialWhat you mean asked the la- dyi Well you might say somethIng like I this Dear Jack since using your shirt thud collar I am n now woman fwKentuckys Fearless News- paperi The greatest Presidential campaign ot this generation will soon bo In full swing Are you In touch with the trend of events In both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the various candidates Xo- I newspaper In Kentucky Is better tIt ted to publllh complete reports durIng the Presidential campaign Than the Louisville Herald Its reputation- for fairness Is supreme You must have a daily newspaper Our I clubbing arrllngcmEnt Is very attractive The Hartford Republican and th Louisville Herald both one year fox 30o short time only i I or TOO MUCH OFA THING Uncle Sam Does Not Propose To Allow Rural Carries to Be Imposed Upon Washington May 14 Information having reached the PoStoWce Depart moat of certain methods by which the postal laws In regard to mailable merchandiso on rural routes have been evaded Fourth Assistant Postmaster Generals Degraw has taken steps to prevent evasions Rural carriers arE permitted to deliver as express matter routesIe ceFfat four pounds An example of the abuse ot this privilege Is that of aI merchant who sent out by rural vier ns nail matter a pair of shoes to which ho added n bag of salt to make time package over weight and to avoid- paying postage so that the carrier might carry the package for him In view of such abuses Mr Degraw has Issued the following stntemell All packages ot merchandise to be merc1Hlntslofpostoffice for Inspection and in case It Is found that extraneous matter not ordered by the patrons has been added to any nmaliablo matter or package for time purpose of making such package of matter uumailablo postmasters should refuse to permit the carrier to carry any such matter or pa kage for hire outside ot the malls amt mural carriers should not reselve any mat ter from patrons liS unmailable matter for hiro which they suspect has been made unnudlablo by such devices as adopted by the merchant referred to What They Cost The Individual farmer konws wlmt Ii costs him to get his farm products market over muddy Illkept roadsan- what he says as his team is stalled might not look well In print notltht- sandlng thntr some might strong language although justifiableI The farmers of a neighborhood know time heavy tribute they are compelled subjjectthe indnvidual farmers and talked over by the farmers of the neighborhood toamllrIketpit r chases made In the market In ninny respects the Department of Agriculture Is dolls good work and none better than In a recent bulletin In which the cost of hauling time whea crop ot1906 to market Is demonstrated Time statistics show that It cost tIle farmers ot the United States time enormous sum of 21650000twentyone million six hundred and fifty thou sand dollarsto haul time wheat crop of 1906 from the farm to the nearest shipping point the average COSt being 19 cents per mile Tim final estimates of cost of haul ling based on carefully collected figures from every State are as follows Cost of transporting one ton per mile on macadam roads In good condition 8 cents on macadams roads In ordinary condition 119 cents per ton per mile on earth roads rutty and muddy 39 cents per ton per mile on sandy roads when damp 326 cents per ton per mile and on dry sun roads 62 centsThat there are bad roads In abond anec I11llOugh too great Is not wholly the fault ot time farmers any more that bad streets In the city are the fault of l For All oj I 8 CH i the merchant or the nmanufacturi r The fault Is very largely in the Indifference of the farmer and ot the mrrchant or It might ho better said the fault Is r the lack of unity ot action lrs- lstcnce of action and contlnubuS action in favor of good roads and of equ ally good streets I The farmer loses by the bad road the merchant loses the consumer loses and the wholo country sUffers from then and because ot them The tax required for the building of good roads and the cost of keeping them In order would be us nothing to the tax stow levied on the farmer mad on the merchant I When It Is considered that the enormous tax ot 2105000 levied on the farmers In 1906 was for the moving of only one Czollwheathe may easily figure out what the total tax pn him was when he recalls his other crops and the cost ot moving them over bad road The bad road Is the chief source ot cost to farmer merchant and consumer and to the monetary tax is to be added the tax levied on comfort and convenience and time The bad road turn comfort Into discomfort convenience Into vexations und costly delays and eats up time voraciously It Is up to the authorities In the last instance But It Is up to the farmer and tho merchant and tho citizen in general In the first Instance to stir the nutllOrl ties up to action ha will actMeado County James curt several hundred feet high for the State Normal School This cliff has long been the home ot many bald eag les and when Carpentess brother as stu dent inthe State Normal told him what was wanted the Wyoming man decided to get the nest Last week he was let down by a rope 100 feet over the cliff and with stick In hand beat oft the eagles to rind the eggs still In the nest Next week he will again go over the cliff and at tempt to bring up the nest of young eaglesProf Adams curator ot the school has discovered an Immense nest on the top of n sixty foot cottonwood on years Prot Adams says It is four men and ropes It is proposed to re move time nest Intact and place It In the sclmool horeGreeley correspon deuce Denver Republican For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 71Slgtt1ture of Plumes are Expensive Thirtyfive dollars It Is Interesting to know Is time lowest price of some of the willow plumes A St Louis woman bought some of the plumes abroad but found that sho really did not make so much after an as the feathers are dear even a Europe Copper and Iron It has now been demonstrated that the reason copper and Iron will not alloy Is on account of the carbon that the Iron absorbs in melting It the Iron and copper be melted together I In a clay crucible so that no carbon can be taken up the resulting alloy Is perfectly homogeneous and free from any separated nodules One trial will convince you that t will relieve soreness and stiffness quicker and easier It penetrates to the bone I Thousands use Sloans Liniment for rheumatism toothache lorcolic and insect stings i SURE CURE Diseases STOMACH LIVER KIDNEY 10 IcssengerI Williundertakc andIhas wllJI CASTORIA S1osLiimeit preparationI drivesI musclesshffjoints ADrEarISSloanBOStonMossUSA Guic1 eUfandCtreforl3ead Dlzslneais 7 r rhODSandsQav Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it- pretalencyot KldneJDtJeale Most do not realize the alarm lag increase and remarkable prevalency of 1Isease Whllekldncydls orders are diseases that pre vail they are the last recognized by patient phy oho ton t lAemaeiresen- tcIA the whiic the oriy- inaf deal undermmcs the system What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot remedy fulfills every visit iu curing rheumatisnm in the back kidneys bladder jassagcItand scalding in passing or effects following use of wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant tie cessity of being compelled to go during the day and to get many times durin the night The mild nmid time extraordinary effect of SwampRoot- is soon rdalizcd It stands the highest for itSwonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine IU should have tile Sold bvdrug gists in fiftycent and oucdollar sizes You may have a sample bottleand a book that tells all- iboutitbothsentfret 1 ltLimnerliamton N Y When UomeoUIIIIIpIIooC writing mention this and dont make any mistake but remember the nametDr lSwampRoot and Binghamton N Y A and TRADEMARKS Promptly obtained In- atleoontrleeoraoteeb V PATENTS THAT PAY ytl1JM them thoro1lhIr a our rpenee and Lemp you to mope seal model photo or aklch for fR E E report ou papntabtaty to rear pracUpp SUR rortneOuidBookB03BoS Seventh tatrtWASHINGTON D c 1 Difficult Breathing Short breath fluttering palpitation sinking spells are symptoms of a weak heart struggling to do its work It must keep the blood in circulation to carry nourishment to make flesh bone and mus cle and remove the worn out particles When it cannot do this it must have help Dr Miles Heart Cure gives strength to the heart nerves and muscles and increases the heart action muchtmprovCure curMei me when several doctors failed I think no other could do for me what Heart Cure has done My case was bad bad ns It could be at times I had lmculty In getting my breath my heart beat so fast at Umes that I thought It impossible to live rellet the pain was very severe In my left side and nerves belnlcurt takegrcn t pleasure In recommending BufferMRS MARY C HAULER Sullivan MOo bythehll will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart hid KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR GepOLDSPRICE AND ALL THROATANDLUNOTROUB- LESGUARANTEED BATISFAOTO- Roa MONEY REFUNDED AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm is quickly absorbed Gives RIUel at Once It cleanses soothes Jroteetstho brnne resulting from Catnrrh and drivess- away a Caitlin the head quickly Restores the Senses of most tcummon almost medicine Taste and Smell Full size 50 ere atDrng gists or by mail In liquid form W cents my Brothers 50 Warren street New York rLECTRIC BITTERSThe beatttoftlc Curatt- yMdlclsi te the 41 HcGaaeaate r- Y t ex t o 3vslf3tf i 1 0 U ARIITTO 1 i- BARNET SMITHtATTORNEYS AT LAWti 1 ill practice HARTFORD their courts ot Ohio and KYIties and Court ot Appeals tnUon given to all w i r Ito their care Collections and the Prac I tics ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Qttlco In Republican build rstIng ti FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals CrIminal Practice and Col locttons II Specialty Office In the Her old building t I CHAS M CROWS I LAWYE R5 HARTFORD KY 1 Will practice his profession In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican buildIng on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions Mo Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county jUice over Williams Dreg Store ii LiIEtVltlN UImn WOODWAll HEAVRIN WOODWARD o tieys a a3t It HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Otrtics next door to flank or Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY theyfCourtsand In the Court ot Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Dank vBBAIIXES SAANDERSOP BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice or Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side or Main stre4jt opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Reat Estate will be given special attention Notaryln office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in HARTFORDtAnd will answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Horne phone No 13- 7JAMES C BENNETT 10 ilox 155 Uarttoul y- LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell and all kinds of prop erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited v JOHN BLAIR Buford Ry LICENSED AUCTIONEER will sell any and all hinds of prop erty In Ohio county Terns reasonable Your patronage solicited I ROCUREDANDbpYrFtEND Ed dtaadal free rpofl martcep7Mahta f BUJIu direct aIM Wartington saves ir e naryaad firs fki Patent and Infringement Poetics Ltclusirelr writ ot eoJDe 5510 IIUrIAti oauWAHINGT l Ie i 1 wnn- J t t h Y- N yf5 t f IJCLAIMS AGAINST OHIO ItOUNTY ALLOWED I At Special April Term 1908 I I Ohio County Fis cal Court i Allen W L Lumber c 425 Brown W A Musing buildings Jail Lot 60 Bishop O M Pauper coffin 500 i Black Frank Sal as Almshouso Comr 3783 Drown Mercantile Co JIdse c D75 Black Blrkhead Hauling Coffins c 2900 Brown W A use and benefit Build Ing Committee Jailors Resi dente125000Bai-ze 0 N Plow on road 300 Baker Tlce same 450 Babbitt John same 225 Bartlett W W same 150 Bowen H B same 300 Chamberlin B S Holding County 1 Court 300 Coglnll W H Board for paupers 400 Chambllss W L Plow on road 2250 Cooper Porter Surveying c1800 Chamberlin B S per diem April term 900 Chapman W B Plow on road 150 Doan W S per diem April term 900 Daugberty G W Plow on road 450 Davis R N same 150 Davenport R Y same 200 Edge W R per diem April term GOO Eskrldge J S Plow on road 2250 Fetter George G Co Binding books 975 Fair Co Mdso 605 Flener W M Jailor fees 14955 ellx J T Plow on road 300 Ford W P same 450 Glenn Judge J S fees at Atty R R cases 17212 GIHasple Clarenco plow on road 450 Same Plow on road 300 Greer Riley samo C75 Holbrook Rowan claim of Gr1 Shelton Ohio countys assess tirail ditch 6398 Hartford Publishing Co Printing- c 2230 Huff C L Plow on road 300 Hill A J same 300 Hale Ira same 300 Johnson Enos same 450 Kirk George same 3751 Miller W P Holding Inquest GOO Martin R B Sheriff fees 57080 Miles Esq J H Holding Inquest 645 Miller Elijahs estate road bed 10000 1 Morton Jno P Co Books c 2620 Martin R B S O C Sheriff fees 750 Miller Esq W P per diem 900 Miles Esq J H same 900 Maden Cheeks Plow on road 300 McDaniel W B samo 150- Mattlngly Jesse same 450 Martin W J some 300 MaddoxGeo same 150 Nantz Robert same 150 Oglesby Sam same 150 Owen Win samo 300 Pollard Grant Arrest conveyance for prisoner 500 Patton J L Plow on road 300 Rough River Lodge N6 110 K of P return principal interest on lot purchased of County 56000 Ralph G A Salary as R B Comr 80000 Render Frank moving fence 750 Renfrew Mark hauling rock 725 Render Esq S H per diem April term t 900 Renfrow W H Plow on road 150 Ralph J D same 300 n Ralph J C same 300 Schroader Co Mdse c 1190 Soutbard Hllo Guarding Luna 4 tic 250 Sheffield A A Plow on road 600 Same Plow on road 600 St Clair Bud samo 150 Sanders A E samo 600 Smith Arnold same 900 Stewart R A same 600 Tlchenor S J Pauper coffins c 900 Taylor W P J O C C Holding inquest 600 Tinsley W S per diem April term 900 Williams Esq J H per diem April- Wallace term 900 Hardin Plow on road 300 Wallace C D same 450 Westerfield H H same 1800 Webster Arthur same 150 State of Kdntucky County of Ohio Sec I W S Tinsley Clerk of the Ohio County Court do certify that the fore I going list of claims is a rue and cor rect copy of the claims allowed at tho Special April Term Ohio County Fiscal Court April 1903 Given under my hand this 11th day of May 1908 W S TJNSLEY C O C C if By ROSCOE RENDER D C Between Sleep and Awakening How long does a dream last The famous psychologist Prof Verwon of the University of Goetingen has just published a book In which he re late many interesting experiences MadebyfHe told iris valet to come into the t where he slept with a lamp ink his band Although east tslepe and t r- F r Jy tr faL with eyes perfectly closed the light affected him through his eyelids and started a dream He would dream in such cases of a sunset or of a tire On one occasion when the valet happened to drop an object on the floor and knock with his feet against the furniture the sleeper dreamed of a bat tle Tho nolso ho heard were o him as tho report of rifles and the lump unsteadily in the hand of the moving man became the flashes of guns to tlio dreamer The whole oxprlmont had lasted but a few seconds yet tie dreamer had witnessed the whole battle with many episodes in which were of course in volved the different persons the pro dayIamazing says proycs sor lasting but a fraction of a soc ond Tho mind during sleep works with a rapidly unknown to it in the waking hours An example among others il lustrating this fact is quoted by the professor He dreamt that ho was a I witness in a pistol duel He saw plain sceneryII The duel started One of the ad- versariesj fell to tho ground He ran to the man examined him and spent i considerable time in attending to tho wounds He then had a conversation with one of the witnesses who even tually took his arm and said to him Come He then woke up A friend had called on tho professor had koncked onco with his stick on I the bed and shouted Conic because of mi urgent engagement Between i the knocking represented in tho ream by the pistol sho and tho word a sec = I end could not have elapsed for the friend hud knocked and shouted al most simultaneously h i TO BE SLENDER i IS TilE FASHION I Gowns Are Now Designed to Pro duce the Effect of Slimness To be a la mode nowadays clothes must fit closely wherever it Is pos sible to take out an inch of unneces sary fulness The corsage skirt with j its high waistline is only another in stance of this tendency says the Dc lincator Its great popularity is due to its efficiency In producing the slen der lines of the present figure siloucttc Waists have bloused very little at the belt line for some time past but the corsage skirt tobs them of even tho slight fulness ordinary allotted them In its present construction tho blouse comes down from the choulders in flat clinging lines that follow tho figure closely Just below the bust It meets tho corsage skirt producing tho ef fect of a perfectfitting costume grace ful in tho extreme It is easy to see how tho happiest results may be achieved by the seeker afteh slender ness through tho medium of the cor sage skirt To say that a skirt has a high Waist lino describes it only partially For instance it may be gored or circular or gored circular or again gored plaited It may bo fitted in to the figure or It may hang tram its belt in true Empire fashion There are so many versions of it that almost any typo of woman can find ono that seems to have been designed especi ally for her Ono of the new corsage skirts that has been especially well received has a seam down the center front and a mere suggestion of the tucked effect across the front at the waistline It is not particularly suitable for wash materials but in panama veiling or pongee it is perfectly charming Like so many of tho latest skirts it has the circular shaping that fits smoothly over the hips and flares above the feet The skirts with circular sides are not only very smart but they are extremely pretty as well especially in the new stripes and checks Whore over It Is practical tho welldressed woman will utilize the two and three and fourpiece circular skirts In her summer wardrobe New Turbin Torpedo- It is retorted that experiments will shortly bo conducted at Toulon with a new turbine torpedo of greater speed than any at present In existence cap able ot traveling a distance of over 2000 meters and of carrying a much larger explosive than any torpedo now In use The Perfect Baked Apple When the skins aro thin and ota deep red color I frequently do not pare the apples but at all times I am careful to remove all the core es pocfally every bit of the lining of the seed cells and to bake them in granite or earthen never in tin as tin gives them an unpleasant flavor and a dingy color Flit the core cavities with sugar heaped or scant accordingto the tartness of the apples add also a few grains of salt and sufficient water to half cover the apples Bake hia quick oven and baste frequently The Delineator iti i A Second Fair Proposition To the Successful Man Who Has Money We ask you with your surplus which you are trying to keep best employed would you pay two prices for anything that you could purchase for one price You who are investing money conservatively have you yet found a bond or stock or a share of stock which if you could have purcha sed at a ground floor price would not have netted you more money It is not true that every bond and share ot stock that you own has back of it either a physical property or some sort of going concern or enterprise Is It not true that nearly all corporations and enterprises are capitalized at a sum that rarely admits of a net earning above the usual 5 or 6 per cent Would you refuse to purchase for 10 per cent of its face value a guaranteed railroad or municipal bond paying 4 per cent of course not If You who have enjoyed success and who hive experienced reverses you who formerly had tens of thousands to employ and perhaps have but a few hundred or a few thousand now if you become convinced beyond any question of doubt that there was a security which if purchased with a thousand or so would earn you annually an income as much as To you fond of your profession crowding every minute of the day In fur thering It having little to do with tho commercial strife having little time for business To you prosperous successful with balances to your credit but whose touch with commercial affairs is so limited that you rarely como Your money comes In small sums and In some instances it is hard to save it you dont make big money but you would welcome an op portunlty to enable you to invest a little money and make big money It Is usually the other way as it ordinarily takes big money to make big maney but to you we are in position to prove and prove that We hay certain ones In the above the proposition however is open to everyone and to everyone we offer the following know it to be out of reason to make the assertion that we will be able to pity from SO per cent to 500 per cent dividends upon ones in vestment in this Companys stock but when the matter Is understood it is simplicity Itself Where is there a business that is not ground to tho low est poslbles living margin by competition Where Is there a business where there is not more or less risk What would yuo think of a Company not a foreign concern but a company doing business In Kentucky with its property In Kentucky who possessed a product that has not been found in but two spots on the globe in 100 years First found 100 years ago in Ba varia and from that time every year ship load after ship load of this pro duct lithographic stone has been coming In a constant stream to fur nish the 692 lithographic houses in the United States the 400 in Canada and 400 in tho rest of North America The United State uses 2000000 worth of stone annually paying for the high grade the kind that is in our Based upon tho minimum earnings of dividends subscribers to any part qf the first 100000 shares will secure the stock at onehalf its par value to April 15 1908 therefore Based upon the minimum estimate of divlednds 1000 will buy 20 shares which will upon minimum estimated earnings pay 1600 annually and the stock one year after plant Is in operation should be worth 16000 2500 will buy 50 shares and should earn 4000 annually stock should be worth one year after plant is in operation 40000 5000 will buy 100 shares and should earn 8000 annually stock should be worth one year atterr plant is in operation 80000 10000 will buy 200 shares and should earn 16000 annually stock should be worth ono year after plant is in operation 160000 50000 will buy 1000 shares and should earn 80000 annually stock should be worth in one year after reduction begins 800000 100000 will buy 2000 shares and should earn 160000 annually stock should be worth ono year after reduction begins 1600000 There are besides the Government printing office 692 printing houses in the United States We can supply a certain 15 of the 692 only and pay 20 per cent dividends on a million capital we Insist and we do that the corporation named below is in possessslon of a physical property worth Into tho hundreds of millions of dollars there onlyI2000000 and over of the product is sold annually In tho United States which costs less than 10 per cent of that amount to produce and market i it and if we Insist and we do that we can pay from SO to COO per cent on the is it not worth your while to take immediate steps matterIlone can be found paying such dividends as Indicated Begin to Invest I today To the Successful Man Who Has Reverses the former tens of thousands would you not consider it a most for tunate find you possess business experience and good judgment you have passed upon many business propositions you have coped with your fellows Are you afraid to accept an Invitation to look in to a business proposition whero such tremendlous profits are pro bable Wo invite you to make tho now To the Professional Man Who is Busy in contract with business enterprises we invite you to Investigate a proposl tion that promises larger profits on an investment than has ever been paid in dividends on any stock In this State Wo ask you to send for particulars and literature If necessary employ your broker to investigate for you To the WaneEarner Who is Ambitious Comparatively I you will never have any fears after having made an investment that from j 250 to 500 will earn you annually sufficient to keep your family in tho necessities of life and your children thereafter 10 25 50 if Invest ed will earn from SO to 500 per cent TO EVERYBODY successmully explanation- Wo Lithographic capitalization Investigation I quarry from 11 to 50 cents a pound Think of It paying more for ap parently common rock than you pay for the finest marbel or onyx or structural steel or pure copper or lead Is it unreasonable knowing that wo IIthogarphIICimportant tact is understood namely that the Bavarian quarries are nearly exhausted and with our quarry we will possess a natural monopoly our quarry being the only permanent source of supply While little is generally known about lithographic stone aro not these statements plain enough 1 This Company needs a plant and for that reason Is offering its stock the first 100000 shares at 50 cents par value 100 Wo are in position to furnish tho strongest possible proof as to each and every state ment made If we can do so would it not be unfortunate should you rail to at least find out for yourself whether or not so remarkable an opportunity Is opened to you Begin your Investigation at once Make use of the coupon below Write today using coupon below W R Waters President German Lithographic Stone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky Dear SlrPlease send me tho prospectus of your Company and full particulars together with a subscription blank and samples of Lithographing Name Street and No City State xx4 W R WATERS Pres WM ROBT LEE JOHNSON V Pres D L BILLINGS Sec Treas Germanh Lithographic Stone CoI 7475 KENirbN BLDG LOUISVILLE KY1 See 6B Likens First National Bank Building Financial Agent for this Company at Hartford Ky 1 t I ii t i fh c Our buyer has just returned from St Louis He has found the market ina very much disturbed state Prices thought to be fixed for the season have been cut down to untfiought of prices There has been a readjustment some possibly a great manyvalues have been too high We believe that many changes in prices must come und are going to prepare ourselves for it Hence this sale be gins Thurdny May 2R lasts one week We have no apology to make but will givo yOU prices which will save you money Sale lasts ono week Come the filst day it possible If not come when you can We have everything we advertise andmorebut the best things will be sold out first UEMEMBER NO GOODS CHARGED DCRINGTlIS SALE b MILLINERY Looks foolish to offer T- Oductions here when our Milliner works over time to fill rlers but wo will be enmictent Mid Spring Sale prices hit here too Get a nicer hat than ever before for leSs money SILKS 1 Yd wide Black Taffeta 100 value at 77c 1 ydwide China at 50c 20 inch China at 23o Other sweeping re ductions THE RED BALL For one hour each sale lay this red ball win be suspendedover I some lot of merchandise This will mean that you can get the 11- 1ticeonos to a customerfor justQn1alf marked price Watch the ball Watch the goods melt away Watch the pleasedcus tomers PRINTS AND GI yardA121e everywhere Ginghams tlengths iltf- p Isilo 11IN- NQt JILTSand values 80p125 values I 1OYpsv Hosiery Our hosiery has been complimented m y times Wo are that WO miss fow sales on that line Wo have iho kind you wand Prtlfit by reduction on this 1 i IpSTRIWTVt3 toco saleI Dry Goods Specials 1- 81x00 Bleached Sheets 50c each Crash Towels 4c per yard best Cotton ado Blue or Striped lOc per yard Hoosier Cotton 5c per yard good brown Cot ton fic per yard Damask 35c per yard Hope Cotton Sc per yard good Bleached Domestic 7c per yard 0Nthe worM carrIes such aw rran For every button thatkcomes off we pay ten cents for every f JerThe warranty is sewed on the skirting of every P4trt and the genuine garment has DUTCHES on every button Ji I r are and 15u Amoskc checks ic Short t I t Bleached 5100 for 5109 91 t n n proud t for Bleached 1 Lace Curtains 2 Yards long 5Uc value nt 35c per pair 3 Yards long OOc value at 70c per pair 31 Yards long 1 va lue at SOc per pair Other good values on sale in better goods from buy offer Hug SHOES Our line ing the conf- idenceof that wear won after main Ours Factory to the our business No We buy direct SRJRTS All that left ill stock together with ones bought for this sale are t to be closed out You cal1cr i a nice Skirt at ouown price These are new upto4at 4 QOds 11 t I u LAJti 6c Values at 4c par yard 7 c Values t 5 yard be Value at8c par 15c t Values at lOc per yard IndlaLmensjLtEb1ig4r lduction- sN OT10SfEnvelopes 50 for 5e Pins lc per papei Hoolhand rEyes bG t c Tooth Picks 2c box Pearl Buttons 5c kind 3c tI f J rt W WearWornen they aro the only oneS who Chi bargains us at thissa1e lo not go shirtleEs lieii you can at the prices we No use pi quote prices till you see the- goods Roinembpr i ipnd- elWCIr of all kincsand that wo sell Dutchessrrousers and Sonvabs Clothing Start reduction on all JurnrslitngsI fI of Shoes is gain the people Shoes all itth thing do foot is middle mens profits is get s yard got Il Jl t Saleof r ReidytoWearDoiit i short Buy our readytot wear Waists at 50cto150 Great Values lrndeiskirts f Pants Gowns Corset Coy ers c nt less than matt 1 f I rial aLregular prices I 1 I 1111 IARNARD Be COMPANYJ tl I Hartt IMII K ntukYJf I e- J F I 4tjt Jt ya 7