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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mf11g- l tartf r tpnblicttn1 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE 0101110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 0 H 0 VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE i2 1908 into 47 OEM CONVENTION DRAWS SUM CROWD Cut and Dried Affair Without Special Interest Endorse Bryan For PresIdent and Hon H P Taylor For District Dellgatet convontlonltheld tended by only 35 persons and wash o without special Intrest or onl asm In the absence of the regularr County Chairman G D Iihoins called I the Convention to order and rend thoC call Ho asked for numinattrna fllr It Chairman and Mr JIolJer Matthews being the only one placed before tiled Contention was elected by accinma which Deuwcratslwould o that they would not only redeem Kentucky but would also caIy Ohio cour ty This caused lus hearers to olwlIl their eyes and smUt Incradulously Mr- J C llcr was elected Secretary but Gragtwas pressed Into service On motion the chair appointed a Committee on resolutions and while the nOlItlonlwas B lion IL E Leo Simmernian Itmr W H Barnes Judgo J P Miller ProC L- N Gray Mr Ozna Shultz Hon H P Taylor and others All counsellOO harImony and took n cheerful view of mocratic chances it the coming election It was noticeable that the mon erYIgreatproceedings were devoid of the old time DemOcratic snap and which have heretofore characterizedI ConventlonsIand C of the hope existing In the breasts ofs the rank and tUeIThe convention more nearly resemble q a funeral occasIon and it Is evident that recent severe defeats hava broken the spirit ot the uuterrlfiedh The Convention Instructed for lion H p Taylor for distrIct delegate to the Denver Convention and we join In the hope that the honor may come to rTheby the committee were unanimously adoptedThe Democmts of Ohio county inI convention assembled eudone the of this convention and reaffirm out the slightest qunllficntJion the principles and pollcks enunciated in the platform adopted by the Demo ctt5lc party ill Us hut rJlonal Con ventlon We send greetings to the Democrats of other solons and begot them to join with us In the universal wnve of harmony that Is now sweeping through the Democratic ranks of Kentucky We see the en ems ranks broken and demoralized by reason of the outrages that have been committed In their own parry against their own honored member and woe see vIolat ton of every pledge which they enunciatEd through their alleged State platform 2 We denounce the present National of and State Republican adminls tflotlon the former for Its recltteea extravagance In the wnduct or public affairs for Its compkter subordination to the inter ds of organized woeath for Ilsencourogtment and protection of trusts and combinations and os pecially for its failure In the last National Congress In which It had a decisive majority to enact those necetem laws for tM protection of tare people as ngain that oppressive legislation which has arrayed the rIch against the popr the few against the many fostErEd and eroournged by the Republican policies 2 We call attention to the Incom potency ot the present Republican e- udminLtiration In KtIlIt1clty to the abuses In the management or public affairs especially as pertajns to the farmer and his Interasts to the broken and demolished Illanksin the Republican State platform or ayear ago pas a result Qr the action orJl1eal t leged leedem w o framed and ena ciaJtld It No better eYdgilpe of the- incompeencyor theppr1F nowin pow ernWS Is necded theuna tree viaw of Its acts since is tune intO pcssessian of official power 4 We believe the trut Is luc re suit of the policiES pursued by the Ihrpuhllcan pant hId among which Is tt high protective tariff which fur tJlr Impaterlalcs the pair for the beuefiG of the plutocratic tlbh and pubs a price upon the ordinary commodities of life which Jorblds no fair comparison to the cost of produc flea orthe rats of sale at which the commodities lire offered inn foreign ountries freight prepaid 5 We endorse the canvass by lion Wm J Bryan the nominee of the Democratic arty for the PrAideney of the United States In the lase tua election We recommend its tvirdom and approve it as JUSt and to all parties and nil interests of ur common countr Ii With renewed zeal we reaffirm ofurDemocracy its Ieclzred by Jotferson Jackson and Bryan and us extmpil fled In every public act of these hon statesmen Taking into emnsid this sentiment and thcss nets delegates to the Ctate ConvelJ lon at Lexington ut June 11th are hereby lnsruced to cast tlu2 fate of this county its a unit for tine nomination 10 the Presidency oC the United SLutes- f that lutrllld champion of the OI40 and of Democracy WIl1I call1uIdacyThe following are hereby appointed delegates to the Stars Curve5dlon to be held In Lexington June il 1908 towit J F VIckers 1 S Glenn r1 E ElI Us D T lIudson W n Fact BIrch Shields G W White Dr T J lltteh ell Y L 1ioselzy Jno H Barnes G Likens R G filer h L Felix Alternatss p H lrord J 1111- 1m Reber llattitletts Dr J T Miller 111 Rowe DI Taylor Ozna Shulz t F Lee Simmerman D C Darne Lot Dannon W V Slroule Dr pT Willis and T E Butler We present lion H P Taylor us OhIo countys candidate for delegate- to the National Convention at Deu el from the Fourth CongressionalI trlct and tile onvention are Instructed to veto for hire and to use all honorable manna to his election and said delegates I instruoted to vote us a unit on all uestions coming before the StnteCon- eu ion n Ii LIKENS OZNA SHULTZ- J W MILLER J r IIUEn- O T OBANNON Committee NOVEL EXPERIMENTS WITH PRIZED TOBACCO May Result in British Government Becoming Heavy Buyer From Protective Association lIopklnsvUle Ky June ItR C West a prominent tobacconist is engaged In an experiment which wlll probably go a long way toward sole lug the question of whether or note tobacco that has onto been prIzed Ur the usual fashion can be torn apart and reprized In the style required by the English government If this experiment proves u success it will probably mean that the English got ernment will become a heavy buyer tobacco front the Planters Protective association front which or ganozatlon It has heretofore held aloof on the grounds that because It would not sell Its tobacco loose that It was unfit for use Mr West has received n trial or der from English dealers on which ho Is making the experiment He has fitted up a retrying house to which he takes the tobacco purchased from the association and taking It out the hogsheads separates each lear and puts it through the treatment re quired to glue It the English flavor und them packs It agaIn to suit that tradeId tar yet whether It w111 bo successful or notl but it Is generally beHoved that It will be if It sa It Is believed that the English trade which uses a large ortion or the tobacco produced In his ter Itory will at once become an settee buyer and asslde treat the boost gluon the market by the amount they purchased will have a most reassuring effect upon it by their presence w J MY YI CHILD LABOR JAW IN EFFECT JUNE 15 Labor Inspector Making Round of Factories Those now Employed Will be Given Opportunity to Prepare Them selves In Studies Pat FllbullJ asslstllnt state lalJor- hlSllcctor III making hi ot the oftistate for the puroso sp the various factories and other In hustrlal establishments preparatory to enforcement new child labor law which goesSuto effect ou Junn Iii Mr IIIJum regards the new law us vastly sul error to tine Jill and says that with the proper sort of cooperation it can IJe made fully effective The now law differs In several Int lawtAfter June 15 it will IJo illegal to employ any child under fourteen holCOIllII I dren under line age After September persons employing children between I the ages ot fourteen and sixcen will bo required to secure from the children employed certificates stating date anti place or birth and must keep two copies of these certificates on f31e one posted In a prominent place In the es tnIJlIshment ant the other open to inspection by labor Inspector m truant officer In addition to this the third offering himself for emp1nymeat must produce a certificate Iron the school superintendent or principal or tine school he attended showing that he has progressed sufficiently to ho able to read and write the Engllljh lan guage that he has a fall knowledge tot geography and progressed ln arithmetic through common fractions lIe must have attended school at least 100 days during his thirteenth year In order to be qualified to go to work when he Is fourteen Mr Fllburn Is counting on the active cooperation of school teachers and officials lie says that the law can not be made effective without such cooperation For children already employed under the permit system a special concession has been made In order not to work a hardship on then and to give them full opportunity to prepare themselves to comply with the educationlll test According to the provision of the law they may contiues to work under the permits- from the county judge until September I 1909 The following sections of the law are of general interest 1 A copy of this act shall IJe conspicuously posted and kept Inl each work room or evry manutactur log establishment pill mine or workshop or morchantlle or printing establishment theater bowling alley telegraph telephone or public messenger company or laundry In this commonwealth 18 Any adult person whoviolates any of the provisions of this act or who suffers or permits any child to bo employed In violation of its provision shall be deemed guilty of n misdemeanor and on conviction un less otherwise herein expressly proI tided shall bo punished by a fine of I not moro than fifty dollars and not less than twentyfive dollars for the first offense and for each subsequent offense by ImprIsonment for not moro than ninety day and not less than ton dayss or by a fine of not less than fifty dollars nor more than two hundred dollars or l1y both tine and Imprison ment Mrs Hoover Passed From Suffering At 2 oClock on Sunday morhiug Ma 24 1938 Ilt1n early hour when darkness yet reigned over the community p dear mother who had been a brave sufferer for two years passed to where suffering Is unknown Mrs Mary F Hoover of Frledaland Ky was the wife rOoarrlson Hoover who has preceeded her nearly 8 years Her flve children whose hearts aretrokeit are MeasrsiJ T and J R Hoover Mesdames W T Payton and olalHooverShe was 4 woman a n J fii w lt of the Baptist church During her 11- 1Ijess she was always patient and bore leer sufferings like a bravo saltier She would often say if It were only tine Lords Will to relieve lice from goAlland loving hearts could do were In nit Being too good for earth God called her to come above She was conscious to the last moment and when sshe looked nip and said See the light when ask ed what light she answered Jesus take me quick Jesus let me go Then moving her hand and looking UII to Heaven she again repeated Oh Jesus Take me quick Jesus Take me quick Then calmly and peacefully tell asleep On Sunday lilght an elegant casket was carried to the IJroken homo ctingFrldltook seats arranged for them while a number of beautiful songs ware sung In a low sweet strain Monday Morning the proceassinn noted to tine Smith gruveynrd where Bro Oldham gate II beautiful talk In few and well chosen wOlb Cho body was lowered to the cold earth at 1 oclock The grtvo wis cnvercll with the loveliest tuul nnost ennblun- natie nutters which the frteuds crtnld prepare May Gad gutde her ebll- dren to live to meet het- A FRi1 ND fiOV WILSON KEEPS BiG SCRAP HOOK Contains Every Published Item And Editorial he Can Secure on The Tobacco Situation Flankf0l1 K June 8lf one waits to got a history of the tobacco troubles In Kentucky all one has to do I to borrow for a sshOlt while a big bOOk which hot 141llson has turd which he regards as very lnupmtaut This volume Is a scrapbook and In It Is pasted every article or news item or editorial bearing on the Kentucky tobacco situation whether pUblished In Kentucky or elsewhere The Governor has kept every Item which has appeared In the larger dailies of Ken tucky and inn many of the papers in cities outside the State Miss Nora Brown keeps the book for luau and spends her spare time wloln she has any pasting the clippings Into it big book Into this scrapbook go also editorials which are written about the tobacco situation In fact It ls doubtful if a single Item baerlng In anyway on the tobacco situation which has appeared In any paper or maga- Inze during the last seven months has been omitted and the Governor can learn all he wants to know from these clippings for every possible phase of the situation Is glen This Is only ono of the Governors scrapbooks He Inns others They are classified and divided as to subjects and one of them contains purely personal thingsthings that are said about the Governor Coy Willson Inns all kinds 01 things liut In whether they say nice things about trim or nol Editorial comment especially In tin Kentucky papers is saved nod goes ixto the scrapbook along with letters anti telegrams which are ot II personal tacure and which one wUlllr1 want sated In a scrapbook The Governor has been keeping scrapbooks for many years and has ant accumulation that are very valua blo not only to him but also for tine general Information contalncyt In them Miss Drown has been the GO ernors stenographer for sixteen years and she has been keeping the scrap books for that length of time They stay In a sate In tine office or how Willson In Louisville and are carefully protected as It would be Impos sIble to replace them The Governor has the clippings pasted In the books so that lie can find authlng lie WllltS with little trouble and lie frequently uses the books to get lnformnatlon con cerning something which has happen ed many years ago perhaps Since Mr Wllleon became Governor the clip pings have accumulated so rapidly that they are beglning to fill up the books as a rapid rate and a new supply wlll have to be bought ConventionChicago For above occasIon round trip ticket wm be sold to Chicago at ono tare plea 4OOf Dates of sale June 1246 Incesslvi- lLhalted untillTune 30 for return s + r E MLLIAMS Meat j p COMPANY H- CALLEDj OUT iII Order Came Just Before Annual Inspection Left On Illinois Central Sunday 1Morning In High Spirits The long eXJleeted marching orders tor the local Complln calliemilitiathe boys were 1111- lrappt i The regular annual inspection wai- gIven the company FrIday night by Cap W N hinges U S Army amt theIoffice Owing to tine strpptIof Hartford ladies anal gentlemen wio take especial pride In tine boys coon ph sling the company The various evolu- tlnus were gone through with tIle pre cistou of old veterans anti the examIn- Ing officers were loud inn their praise or the cOlllllan and Its officers CtJ i lleVccsu and Lteuenant 11oodward They said thlll company had turned lIwlllhllIany yet uxamiu I edThe boys Slent Saturday In preparlhg KlnIfor EddYlIlu Benton and Murry rcceledInumerous I IntowlI IndicAte that thor are aU acquitting themselves I as good sollllels under trying circumstances and It Is thought the experlence will do tlWIII good tithe Ion duty the privates receive lL0 per and subsistence LeuIteniant 8eljII A11II13 Hamilton Frank Hamilton Owen AII- Ihloe Seymour Bennett Hen Den 11 inn Crabtree Herbert Shown Jolun- rtetcros Walter Chapman Owen 11ell- Oswald Hocker Frank Hudson Eck Hudson Anhur Petty Ellis Foster Sydney Williams J Ney Foster Roy Heavrin TrImble Pendleton Orland i Park Andrew Glenn Herheut Felix Tymer Westerfield Seth hue W1I- IUley I WIII Robertson Wm lIInton- gllosI Moseley Clayton Park 1Veston- MalontonI Cleve Bailey O Powers Anderson Meador Gee W White r- W 11olfe- 3lcrersI DaJncrt and Felix are bug leIs for the company the former lit EddyIlle and the latter at MUJm FOR THE BUSY READER Ilhe Bracken county grand jury refused to Indict the men charged by- Lew9s Kinney with being in the part t of nIght riders that whipped hum I The Kansas flood Is subsiding and the Weather Bureau predicts that the Kaw and Missouri Rivers will be scar tfonary at Kansas City this afternoon A general reduction In the price of finished steel products inns been agreed i upon by the large nnauufacturers af ter all allday conference In Net York The taw River Is higher lit Topeka Ilan than Is has been since 1903 I Practically all the residents of Northu Topeka have been driven from their I homes by the flood 5 IIt has been dotermlncd by the MasIj seated to tine Chicago convention liS ne candidate for Vice President WaynetownIlug was sentenced to from one tot fourteen ears In the penitentiary i disfranchised for pne year and fined IUO Acting under orders from National headquarters the strIking of union minors which has been on In Hopkins Webster Union and Crittendon- counUea since January 1 was call- edI or today by the National Board tt tn I members In the distrIct 4 i The suit of the heirs of VI B D Cox against the estate or James Hargis- 1M Callahan and others for 100000 CoxIiliLrillg been effected It Is said that the defendants paid S500 5 Former Senator Chandler addressed a letter to Secretary Taft asking him to withdraw Ills statement In reference to Gen Grand which has caus ud so much comment He inns a reply from the Secretary In which he says his political enemies are trying to make capital out of the Incident In the lnlted Stats Court at To railIot was manned HI receiver In the sum ot 100 000 bond Fine petition on behalf or the Amerllull Car Wheel Company all- egas an Indebtedness or 28000000 I 5 Late Wetlnesda night fornner Coy J C 11 ItiCkhllm decided to withdraw from the contest tor temporarclmir man of the Democratic State Convention leaving the field to Congress A O Stanliey Henry Prewitt will ho olflctltl rhlllrlJlRn of tiro Committees Senator McCroay exGoy Iieckhan- nCongrussasu James Col W B Halde man J C C Mayo and Senator Pllrn ter will IJo big SIx to the National Convention Rufus Van Sant and Ab Rhea will be ntentbers of the com mlltcea trolll the Stateatlarge- Heavrin Promoted Mr M L Heavrin at present Post- Master fro Hartford Inns been appolnte Internal Itetenuo Inspector for Ken elayiru as post mister Ilies eteonnmunded t M 1Vnodward- vhoI will no doubt receive the IIJllloint- ment Jir 1Voodtvard will then re sign IUI County Attorney and Judge Taylor will have the selection ot someone to rill out the unexpired term until January 1HO There will likely IJo several applicants for this position Mr lieavrin was recently reelec tpd ntennher of the State Central Committee nerd was the Republican no- mince for Congress inn this district two years ago lie will continue to make his homo In Hartford although iris du its will take lint away a great deal ot the tune The ninny friends of Mr Heavrin In Hartford and elsewhere fortuneII Notice of Unveiling IMonument the Woodmen of the Wand will unveil the memoryII horn catnip will pertornn tine ceremony Sate manager J H Brewer of Louls viJJc will deliver tine oration Cane lyhodr and bring a wen filled has ket with sontethiug good to eat and oblige yours J L Ii001ER WORK BEGINS TO COMPLETE RAILROAD Big force of Men Sent From Louisville to Labor on M H and E line- I I I Mondays Louisville Times sasA- I force of laborers left Louisville today over the Illinois Central railroad for Hartford where they will be en- ployed In the construction of tine Mad IIiolllIIe JlartColll mid Eastern rail IJeIllUshedare etuploytuemt to scores ofILoulsvIlieI The Hartford asnclees Madisonyillet and Eastern railroad extends from Madisonvlllo to Iordsvllle where it taps the Hen derson Route thus atfonlinug the peo vIe or Western Kentucky a direct lino roadIas a result tine financial stringency at the close of last year The principal work that remains to theiIIIt Isthe purpose of the contractbrs I to finish thIs work not later than N I umber 4 and they expect tq hatepart of the road In operation atthat tame 1 I iy I i GRAN REJECTED FOR SMALL OFFICE Paper Found Shows He want ed to Be County Engineer Nine Years Later He Was NomI nated by Acclamation for Presidency l jt Gen U S Grant was once urn od down by Sr Louis politicians wits refused to gtve him a job will be a sr- rpI to many who do DOt know h arcs Mked for an + r he 1 document was unO I t e ort d qty Register Rrggt WcIhsll which shows that Gr a reed toga political office ja l The paper wa3 dv d by- ty J CItY ReiPter Ja C McClure y whit he was sedrei d roug j records for an old S Luls Cury document He fated that unhr dJ of lugust I IS9 the future g r- general and protdeat then 3i y t old had applled for a prsttton as cuun- t ostoHr and wus turned dvWIl by tIN Board ot County Commissioner ill favor of another applicaut Tile paper was unmarked except a pencil note OR the bsck stating that it was the application ot C S G ll1- 8r1t It was a recommenda ion w fien by I I Reynolds a W p r Auate and chum of Grant l asthenprofenor of et sin y 1 JIantes Ai uilnatciL r u vaP4lf was ater d ti i ir Woo explatiaed tha a II chum of Grant al p r nod had acrvcd elI h mica is the array The d I J jlW 0 Louis August 1 IWoCap 1- G ant wu a member of the c t t mt1tary academy Heat Putn h graduated la 1843 He alwlYi shed a high taudifls and gradu Rih great credit eprvialy II macs mechanics and eagarrr- I 5 From my prllQllal kuwltdge- i his capacity and itcqulrelJ1ll a- ln all ha strkt iuegrtty and 11- 1mAttinl Jndultr1 consider him ua- em1w nt degree qualified for th i r of county en1aear J I RE YNJLUS- Pnteeeor Neehanlca and Englneerl- nVuJtulton Untveratty I wu for three years In the corps of cadets at West Point with Cap Grant Mnd afterward served with him for some eight years to In the army ami can fully ludorl the foregolllg statements of Pror Reynolds Signed S M FROST That Gen Grant did not get the position which hJ asked for Is shown hr tllo failure of hlii mate to appear In the county rustier of that date and by the American Encyclopedia which says that he accepted employment with his father in the leather bust nest at Galena Ill at about that date The posftlon of county engineer was poor pay anti Its pliueipal dudes dealt with the construction of county brIdge and similar work TIle office was finder the jurlvdietion or the hoard or County CUDlmlsilouera whose duties jUlltlll from the old records seem to bave Nlllilsted mostly In the management and improvement of county roads and the aduriaalun or paupers to the PoorIl01l The Board of County Commissioners riema to have Hhowed uu llIlelt1Sl in the man who was to he provident or the United States Asldu trolll the one eoord showing that hili application for the Iloaition was duly filed for reeorl he weals to have bea- entirely iKlorild by wo IJanJ Gen Grant had a love for St Loath due to the tact that he married ill 2848 dltssJulla Deed II St 1411115 cmn- t girl who Will a sister or one of hia Vest Pont elasamates lie r from the army while stationed at Fort Vt2ccuver Ore July 81 I8 I and came to St IAl1IS County w live lie enlUvated a anti IIlId engaged In tilt real cattle hUllillitH uutl 1819- wben he entered businoss with hiS father and moved to GIIIIIIII m where he remalnell until the beginning or the evi War Eight weals Ii 1 Just nine years after Leing retie A- jllh J ly th Board uf Conlmis IIlor- Qf St IAtHI Coun v he twos autIlit tad by acclamation to tho Repnblieatl National Convoaton far presldt of the Carted Stntus aid elided The dI eovory of tllU record of Grants tirlt failure us II poluiClaa is- of peculiar Interest just now UII account of the references to Gen Grants St Loma career by Secretary of War Tart Ju his Memorial Day address which has raised ia furor among Grants friends In his personal memories General Om- ot the Incident While n citizen of St Louis and engaged In the realestute egency bus ness 1 was n candidate for the office ot county engineer an office or ro spdctablllty anti emolument which woudd have been very acceptable to me atthat time The Incumbent was appointed by the County Court which con of 4 d f FRATERNAL 1fl A 1 I AT NTFORD FAIR GROUNDS WIt Ju 1E ooTIEvery Member of Every Fraternal and Labor Organization Invited To Be PresentI HON J CAMPBELL CANTRELL WILL SPEAK IN THE INTEREST OF THE A S OF E HON TOM PETTIT WILL SPEAK FOR THE MASONIC FRATERNITY PROF McHENRY RHODES IS WILL BE THE ORATOR OF THE DAY FOR THE K PS VARIOUS I OTHER ORATORS HAVE BEEN INVITED AND WILL BE PRESENT A BRASS BAND HAS BEEN ENGAGED I ffUl Forty Head of Sheep Six Beeves and Twelve Hogs will be Barbecued for the Occasion GROUNDIlIt is to Be an Old Time Fraternal Picnic Held for the Benefit and Under the Auspices of the Hartford Masonic Lodge and the Hartford K of P Lodge DR SyiLctimn JAS M DeWEESE Sec JOINT COMMITTEE slated of five members J1y had tile advantage ot birth oPllonontI I ho being a citizen by carried oft the prize The application for a job lu St Loul Is now In a badly dilapidated condi tion havIng lain among other old St Louis County records at the City Hall alnc the city took over the courts and other institutions wIthin the city proper many years ago It Is written In Ink and the writing Is talrlyledble The paperhowever beas marks of decay and althougli abided tt sheet of helwywclght writing par per bearing the seal of WashlngiOn University It Is nearly torn at one ot the folds OA TORZAfBe- are iiiTheKind You Nan Always Bought tltgaetanat fA Story of Millions Another interesting story Is tQ1d ot how the reluctant gling of a promissory note by pennlless New York I w t T lawyer brought a fortune Into his pock et amounting to several millions The man referred to John M DlxbY came to New York In 1830 from n backwood district as a halfstarved lawyer To pay tour dollars a week far board and washing kept him on the verge of bankruptcy Ho struggled on for a year or two and was constantly seeking odd jobs outside of the law to enable him to exIst when a friendly lawyer In whose office ho had desk room called him asIde ono day Here Is a chance for you J t eqwyh Fi v Dlxby said the lawyer J have an estate and must get arid of the farm on the north side h of the city It Is appraised at 200 tI You cad have It at that figure o I have not one dollar to my name t1 exclaimed Dlxby ti You can give me your note and I ft will renew It until you set eady to pay It replied the lawyerDThe n for some time IHewasverY nervous butpla 1- 1clng himself under obligation for sotl large a sum but fInally consented Young BIxby had to ask for the rea- wal ot his note two or threo times adto deprive hImself ot tho necossl es of life to holl the farm until the 1 petting ot tho Erie Canal and the rat lighting of the city by gas gave Ie metropolis a new birth and his rm was quickly swallowed In the growth At the time ot his death 1Xbys property was worth seven mlone today Its market value Is more ban thlrteen The Giant City New York June NationalMngazlne 1I L r S M rkretF4-r 4 HOW TO BUILD AND 4USE SPLIT LOfi DRAG Office of Public Roads of the t United States Issues a Bulletin on This Simple RoadBuildlng Device Ono of the latest publications issued by thl XUre of Publllc Itoads of the United SUtea DoparLment of Agriculture treatlI bl thu tiIIItloS drag In- Jmplellwnt which UUl11blUII experiment have conclushely shown to to the greatest possfblo boon to ktcp clilroads smooth and passable Because of Its sloppily Its efficiency and Its cheapness both In construction and operation It Is destined to carne ntoru and more Into general use With the drag properly built and Its use well understO the maintenance of earth roads becomes a simple and inexpensive matter At the present time there are ap proximately 2000000 miles of earth roads In the United States Some of the most Important of these roads will eventually be Improved with stone gravels and other materials Many others which are equally Important cannot be so Improved on account of lack of funds or suitable materials while still others will not require such treatment because of the light traffic to Which they are subjected For those reasons the majority of our roads must be maintained us earth roads for many years to come This must be done by inexpensive methods Md the splitlog drag will be a powerful aid It economy Is the criterion demandedIn construction of this Implement care should be taken to make It so light that one man can me It with ease a light drag responding more readily to various methods of hitch I Inifthan a heavy one as well as to th 4r eblfdng of the posttiot of the opera splitlogired elm and walnut are excellent and older suit maple ur even Willow are superlor to oaR hickory or ash The lug snuuld Le beWtNI j and to foot long and from 10 to 12 inches iii diameter Iil tae buu end It should be split carefully us near the center as possible and the heaviest and best slab chosen for the front In the front slab 4 Inches from the end which Is to drag In the middle of the road bore a 2lnch hole wlllch Is to re ceive a cross stake At a distance of 22 Inches from the other end of- the front slab locate the center for another cross stake The hole for the middle stake will be on a line connect lug and halfway between the two Then place tbe back slab In poslt1un and from the end which Is to drag In the mIddle of the road measure 20 Inches for the center of one cross stake and 6 Inches from the other end locate the center of the opposite stake The hole for the center stake should be located haltvuy between the two All these holes should bo carefully bored perpendicular or at right angles to the face or the split log If these dtrectio9 are followed It will bo when the holes of the front and back slabs aru brought opposite each other one end of the back slab 1w111 be 16 inches mica or the center of the roadway than Uw front one That gives what Is known all set back The stales which are 30 Inches long will hold the slabs this distance apart When the stakes hate been firmly wedged into their t socket a brace about 2 inches thick and 4 Inches wIde may bo placed dl ngonally to them at the ditch end of the drag i cleated board Is lllIcOI- bmween the slabs and across the stakes for ttto driver to stand on Dy many It Is deemed best to place II strip of iron along the lower face of the front slab for a cutting blade and to prevent the drag from wearing The dray may betastcnld to the doubletrce by means ot a trace chain The chain should be wrapped around the lefthand or rear stake and passed over the front slab Raising the chain nf this end ot the slab permits the earth to drift past the faro of the drag The othEr end of the chain shouldd bo passed through a hole in the opposite end of the front slab j and held by a pin passed through a a link J For ordinary purposes the hitch t should bo so made that the unloadod drag Swill follow the team atan eagle of about 46 The team should be driven with one horse on either side Lolthe rlghtll1md wheel l track or rut the tdll IQnsth of the portion to be i drnggod and made to return In the isamo manner over the other halt of roadway Sueh trwitpient v ill J l1ovoUloearthtowards the centex of the roiiirvI Y and iaisg It gradually above tlio surroUndlng level The b s retultshhve been obtainl- edbyhdraggingroI 1 tdss eacu w rtom iifte roaci+ ienvy ralnrttJnteomemcaseal I it I I w however one dragging every three or four weeks has boon found suffi- cientI to keep a road in good condition When the soil Is moist but hot sticky the drag dues Its best work As the soil In a field will bake it ploughedwet so the road will bake used oIl It when It is wet If the roadway Is full of holes or badly rutted the drag should be us ed onto when the ground Is Soft and slushy This Is particularly app icable before a cold spell In winter when It is possible to so prepare the sur face that Itwill freeze smooth Not in frequently conditions are met which rnily be overcome by II slight change In the manner of hitching Shortening the chain tends to lift the front slab and make the cutting slight while a longer hitch causes the front slab to sink more deeply Into I the earth and act bit the limo prlncl plo of a plow I If u furrow of earth Is to be moved the duubletree should be attached close to the ditch mid of the drag Iand the driver should stand with one foot un the extreme forward mid of the front slab- Conditions IIIC so varied In differ eat localities however that It Is quito Impossible to lay down specific rules Certaih sections of a roadway will require more attention than other becauso of steep grades wet weather springs soil conditions exposure to sun and wind washes etc There Is condition however In which special attention should ho given Clay roads under persistent draggtngs frequently become too high In the center This may be correCted by dragging the earth towards the center of the road twice and away from It once There Is no question as to the econ omy of this roadmaking Implement either In first cost or In operation In six counties Is Kansas In 190th the cost or maintaining ordinary earth roads without the aid of the splltolg drag Iveraged 4260 a mile These figures were finished by Proffessor W C Hoad ot the University of Kan sas who secured then from official records of the counties Some figures furnished by F P Sanborn and R U Mshton General Manager of the Chicago and Northwet tern Railroad have revealed time won ders of this simple device Mr San I born said the least expense per mile per annum for spUtlog dragging was 160 the greatest a little over 3 1 have Und along this road all my life hud never In 40 years have I seen h freer from mud and dust despot chic fact that during the season we have IXllerlenced the extremes of weather condItions The testimony of Mr Alshton 18 equally strong Learning that a town ship In Iowa has been making an investigation of the splitlog drag und head been experimenting wIth It for a year on 28 miles of highway he sent an agent to secure Information It was reported that although the town board had paid the cost of making the drags and of hiring men to operate them the total expense for one year averaged but 240 a mite and the roads were reported to hue benim like a race track the greater por- ti0n of the year He Got atMH Needed Nine years ago It looked as If nay time had come says Mr C Farth- Ing of Mill Creek lad Ter I was so run down that life hung on aver slender thread It was then my druggists recommended Ellectrle Bitters I bought a bottle an I gut what I neededstrength I had ono foot In the grave but Electric hitters put is back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under guarantee at all druggists Cic m The Shadow of a Dream In common things I sea Its wondolous I light I see Its glory In the purplidg rose Us breath I feel in every wind that blows Forevermore It gleams on my rapt sIght In clouds that pass and to the falling mows 1 see It twinkle where the brooltlct flows In t1amestrucl bird I see Its blauty bright the shadow of a Dam Ah soul oC- mlnol If navelled In this darkw1I1e vale of strife There be such splendor and such deathless cheer how fairer than its symbol or Its sIgn Tlio shadow of time dream Indeed Is Life Edward Wilbur Mosan In Juno Na tional Magazine Railroad and Wood Preservation The recent action by the board of directors of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance of way Association In appointing a commit tee or seventeen to investigate and report Upon the subject of wood preservation has shown that the rac ticat railroad mon of the country re cognize the importance of taking steps to conserve the rapidly diminishing timber supply of the United StatesI Timber Is ono of the principal materials purchased by the railroads and its economical use Is a subject or far reaching 1001OOOVOO Is not more than sIx or seven years From a study of European methods and the knowledge of wood preservation under condtlons in this coun try Umber testing engineers say It Is reasonably certain that an average life of from 1Ci to 20 years may be secured by treating the tie with igood preservative and the ute of improved devices for the prevention of mechanical abrasion thus to a large degree diminishing the drain upon supllyI of limber used for ties is very great and time problem of a future supply Is n serious one yet this class of timber Is not the on ly one which should receive consider action A great length of service from timber new used by railroads for brid ges trestle piles fences and trans mission poles Is greatly to be desired A L Kuehn Engineer of track Chicago St Louis Railway Is chair man of this special wood preservation committee and C G Crawford IilC- clullst In wood preservation United States Forest Service Is Its vice chairman The first meeting was held I In Chicago In the early part of last month for the purpose of organizing and deciding upon a plan of work Time committee was divided Into four sub committees to take up the following lines of work- Statistics and Economics O Chaunt Consulting EngIneer Chicago Illinois Chairman Preservative and Specifications Hon Schrenk Consulting Timber En gIneer St LouIs Missouri Chairman Adaptability of Woods und their Preparation W K Hatt Civil Engineer Forest Service Lafllyettt Indiana Chairman Treating Processes C G Crawford Specialist In Weed Preservation Forest Washington D C Chairman This American Railway Engineer and Maintenance of Assoclauom yepresentingroad track and Including among Uss membershlll the leading railroad engineers of the coullI try The object of the dssocia tlon Is the advancement of knowledge pertaining to the scientific and economical construction operation amid meritiodtlon Is through standing committees appointed by a board of directors Each committee Is appointed to lures agate II special subject and to rlllort the results of Its investigation following by recommendations whIch arc published In Putt Manual of ReromI mended Practice after they have I been adopted hfy the ncsoclation I Plenty of Trouble i Is Caused by stagnation of the liver and bodes to get rid of It and headache and blllousncEs anti the poison that brings jaundice take Ur- Kings Now Life Pills time reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or srlllng 25c at all druggists i fit Tin Can Clubs A calamitous heritage is certainly l- Ing prepared for those who como alter 4 unless something Js dom w promote the growth of moru tIe lU replace those cut down so greedily and wastefully Drought famines and plllsuo have taught this lesson to Europe and du need of reforestation Is well understood by other counties and In souls lauds provision Is made for reforesting by a law providing that every man who j cuts down a growing amid healthy tree shall plant another In Its place An other law compelling those woo hove woodmen to refrain from cutting until the trees attain n certain size would I insure the mature growth ot young timber t This Is considered by the Tin Can j clubs and It Is demonstrated how I ooooooooooI 4- I l The effect of Scoitr Emulsion on thin 0 I pale children is magical i It makes them plump rosy active happy It contains Cod Liver Oil Hypophosphites II bonetc y ALL DRUGGISTS I 600 AND il100 t tOOctOOOi OOOOOOOOOOOOO I t I these hitherto useless cans usually cast ulwn the dump whon emptied of their contents can be pressed InoI service for propagating both trees and rare plants Mr Greet Insists thatl he has bon successful planting tree seeds nuts and cutting III refuse tin cans and enmi now show an oak treEItwenty feet hIgh only eIght age and also a redwood tree grown I from seed which la now I fUlly thirty feet high anti only twelve years of age Mr Grcen Insists that a tomato can with a fair sized hole punched In the bottom filled with good earth and a seed Planted therein will produce marvelous results A nut or acorn soaked in water and planted Rn Inch below I the surface and then kept continually damp will sprout In a way that I will delight the planterAffairs at WashIngton Junco National Magazhte J A Twenty Year Sentence III have just completed a twenty your health sentence imposed br- Bueklens Arnica Salve which cured twentyYenrsLeltaysville N Y lIucldens Arnica Salvo heals the worst sores bolls burns wounds and cuts its the shortest time 26c at ail druggists m A Square Deal at the Polls It Is bad 110Ilc for the Southern members of Congress to shriek loudly t agaInst that provisioi of the campaign publicity bill whIch calls for honest elections They object to It because It titipulates that lu the cen sus to be taken In 1910 It statement shall be made of the number of por sots In each congressional district who lire entitled to vote and the num ber actually voting The reason why the country would be glad to get In formation on this point Is that time Congress which will be chosen InI that year will be called upon to nmake a new lllOrtionmeut of rellresentll- tlon between the states fllld this information would be of value as a thmns of making II fair allotment In the House of Iteprescututies and In the electoral college With thia Information In Its holds Congress woulllI be able to carry out the stlllttlaUon of the fourteenth amendment against those states which violate that COI11I mand Here Is one of the things which that inquiry would reveal It would show that them wore only 18000 votes cast In Mississippi in the sec tion of 1906 which chose eight memI blrs of the popular branch of Congress This Is about half of time average for each member of Congress InI the Northern and Western States Yet Mississippi has made loud out cries against the proposition which woulll take away front her alltUe of the weight In Congress and the elec toral college which she unjustly and illegally exerts Mississippi Is ammo or the states which has virtually ubol- ished the negro liS a voter but which contimmes to claim representation omi the negro That bill passed the House pronpt 1 but will not be acted on In the winterlItIt ought to pass however and everybody i In the South as well as time I North who favors the oneUlanone vote proposition shoulll support ItIUnder the present dlsllcnsatlon Southerner who goes to the polls not only casts his owm ballot jut he casts j II ballot for mn wuoan he has sUII1 pressed and for others who on ac count of this SUIJClllllolI take no In merest ineleciiozls and slimy away from I all of them Under thu bill whichm has just gone through time House this abate woulll he remedied Through this measure the South would h given II IIURre deed at the polls no more amid no lees and that Is all tlta any community ought to lIkGlulj Democrat Transplanting Small Trees j A small tree or ttuy shrub any h- fjUCCef6Cul1r i UltllfplCllilfd If I y 1 sonor at any stuge of growth in th- CllIowlng way lJg a lIonch entirtI ly around till rce me fou 01 attire I width and a little deeper leaving tic I roots impedded in II ball of earth lmli time trench with tvot Cement and lelnoII ummdlstnrhul till It hardens The may then bo lifted and rm at j pleasure After placing It whore It Is to stand break nllll removo the ce ment and immediately fill the space with earthrE James it Hinders Perryville Ind In June National Magazine iDeath Was on His Heels Jesso P Morris of Skllllor Va- hall a close call In the spring of 1906 lie says An attack of paeunmotmia left mo so weak and with such a fearful cough that my friends declared consumptlOIl had mite and death WM on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped mg Immediately and after tak Ing two and a halt bottles I waS a NewlDlscovercoughs anti lung disease III all the world Soid under guarantee at all Drugglst GOc and 100 Trial bottle frac l nn- R i w t o 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought and which bus been in use for ocr 30 years bas borne tIle foiPJtnturo of and has been made Hillier Ills per sonalsupervision since its infancy a AlloW no one to dCCeiSe yeti f u this All Oounterfelts Imitations and Justasgood are hut Experiments that trine with and endaarer the health of Inthnts and ChUdrenExperJenco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorfa Is a harmless substitute fo Castor on Parc gorse Drops and SoothIng Syrups It I Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcotJ substance Its ass Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures DIarrlie ut and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assintlhtte the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The ChIldrens PDaceaTho Mothers Friend ICENUIN CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You gave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years fie em nrnccrtwo em OUR CLUBBING RATES TiE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJoumal 150 TILE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeekOwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 TUE REPuIILICAN and Taylorfrotwood Magazine 150 Tim RtWUBIlcAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN fi 29YEARSOf o o is Back of Every MONUMENT SOLe BY US I 6EOIMISGIIEL SONS it PROPRIETORa i Owensboro Monumental Works je4 412414 E Nnin tit Ynrd 2142H218 Clny St U- a OWENSBORO KENTUCKY s 99 b QQ Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You U Money on All Good Honest Wort 1t u ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our pltlce Wo can suit the most particular man Como over to our place ust as soon as possible and wo will certainly make it illtel- esting fin you without even asking for your order We have tile nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without toying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean ladies and gentlemens clothes in u satisfitctory way CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont For ctth Place THE PA NTI O RU M t 0 I WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop i r r s i tL i t- ti 4 f I Hartford Republican C M BARNETT I EDitORS AND PYOPBIUOBS C Eo SMITH f 1 O- 3ou C hazrssoxsESFRIDAY 2 Did Senatortobe Coke of Oregon use dough In the primary What will the Louisville Pos and the Pure Election Club do wlihou John Whallen It begins to look like the campaign funds this year will be composed largely of emergency currency Just as well have seat those con tests for seats in the Republican National Convention to Washington to be passed upon A Kansan convict is to be set free because he wrote a poem Anything to preserve peace among the other convicts we presume Mr Bryan has served notice that the bosses will not run the Denver Convention In other words he will accept no help on the Job Denver boasts of the purest drink ing water In the world but that was not used as an argument to secure the Democratic National Convention Mr Hearst is going to Europe but he premisses to return In time to scatter a little broken glass rusty nail and tacks in the path of the Bryan automobile Our townsmun lion H P Taylor was elected delegate to the Demo cratic National Convention at Denver Colorado at the State Conven tion at Lexington yesterday Our hats are off to you Mr Taylor We are glad you won If the Republicans are to carry the Presidential election this fall there must be a getting together of the forces and less rough riding by the victorious faction It is one thing to secure delegates by iiool or crook and another thing to win the elec tion This paper Is not only In favor of a square deal in contests with our friends the Democrats but also among Republicans Any other position would be not only inconsistent but absurd The day is passed when noml nations may be procured by boodle unfair advantage and sharp practice In either party without rebuke at the pollsThls is what we have taught It is as It should and must be If the Louisville Herald had talked out In meeting before the recent con ventions as it does now it might have helped to some extent the cause of honest primaries However The Herald can be excused on the ground that the Louisville Surveyor ship was dangling over the head of Editor Newman as well as some ten or twelve other good Republicans In several other districts in Kentucky The holding up of that plum until after th conventions probably changed the re sult in three congressional t lc Wonder if the sane tactics were pursued all over the country ThAt 120000 fund which Ryan sent to Nebraska it is stated was merely intvudod to be used to elect a Demo cratic Governor It wo mUtako not Mr Bryan was at that time a candidate for United States Senator and the olwttlon of members of the legislature which was to bring about his oluctlon were involved in tit same contest We presume however that thoko in charge made a nice distri bution of thus corruption fund in such a way as not to taint the Pecrle record by influtuciiiif voii H for Sluol Iithisghtlltlll110UOII The present business depression Is caused by the ihrwu of both grunt parties to revise the Tariff The fact that the Republican party is committing Itself to a revision makes It as certain as when Mr Cleveland was elected the last time with a De mocratic Crogress and we all know i what happened to the country soon as that fact became known at asI November 1902 election It Is tended that the Republicans will re vise with the protective principle in view while of course the Democrats would make changes If given power with FreeTrade or Tariff for revenue only as their guide In any event the country does not know exactly what Is to happen and In tho nuua time business will take a rest and await results To our mind Republi cans have made a mistake In advoca ting any change In the Tariff as n whole at this time We were doing well enough It is claimed by the Do mocrats that the trusts can bo maih ed by smashing the Tariff and that they are kept alive by protective duties This is not bourne out by con ditions in FreeTrade countries Eng land Is plastered over with trusts of every discretion If the trusts are to be put out of bulsness by destroying the Tariff there will be many thou sands of wage earners and one gal lows fellows go out long before the pinch reaches the trust magnates THE TRUTH ONLY GENTLEMEN During the Democratic County Invention last Saturday several of the speakers referred to the use of sol diers by Gov Willson at the present time to quell disorder In the State and ought to create the false Impression that soldiers were never resorted to In Kentucky except under Republican Administration As well tell the truth about It There has never been a Democratic Governor of Kentucky who did not at some time during his term use the State Militia to put down lawlessness or to prevent impending mob violence The late Governor Beckham kept soldiers on duty for I months at Jackson and also ordered them to other points In the State I When he went out of office he left a company of soldiers on duty at Hop kinsvllle because of the raid which had Just occured there notwithstanding Judge Miller said in his speech before the Convention that BecMiam I left the State in peace and quietude with no soldiers out Our friend Judge Miller has been In the banking business for sometime with his mind more or less occupied with interest discounts etc and we are therefore disposed to excuse his lack of know ledge of current history The truth is that the State had 11 carnival of crime during Beckhams last admin istration and most of It went unpun ishedIt was this condition which mused the CourierJournal to declare Kentucky the worst governed State In the Union The Republican administration has inherited a great deal of its troubles from the Democratic fail ure to enforce the law and stamp out crime In the past four or five years Let us have tho truth about this whole matter No Mystery About It The Republican party Is now com mitted to revision It would be well for the country to be Informed before Ilhe fall elections what the partys leaders mean by revision New York j World The meaning of Republican Tariff I revision follows may be concisely stated as 1 Maintenance of the Protective sys tem declared by the late President McKinley established 2 The adjustment import duties to rsepresent labor and market condi tions 3 If any duties are not high enough for adequate Protection they are to be made higher 4 If any duties are too high for fair Protection they are to be made low er 5 The work Is to be done Intelligently thoroughly and us soon as pos sible after Information necessary to a proper performance of the task shall have been gathered There is no doubt that the number of Americans who favor this course is vastly larger than the number who de sire to see Tariff revision undertaken by tho Democratic parry which decla rca that Protection is robbery and has frequently asserted that the amount of revenue to uc yielded is the I only question which properly has any ofIi Rekindling the Fire of Disaster Almost dally wo rend nr calllingsessionIlIhOUld in a general revision in the near tar turo that will again open our ports to tale importers and put the exporters out of business and the UuplorAblo Union of 93 to9G will return but with double the disastrous result to he wage turners of the whole count Our statesmen who are always talk ing of their patriotism will do welll be fore rekindling the fire of disaster by dabbling with Tariff reform for favor ed Industries to study the problem that governs the whole people and not the row or sty one particular industry Tho working men will do well to re alize that although Protection In America is not good European labor yet it IsI the bulwark of tho homes of the American workmen and they should support that party by their vote that will insist on retaining the Dingle law in spite of its few seeming im perfectionsNeither the States nor Congress can afford to legislate to the Benefit of European commerce if it Is to the detriment of our own people Notice My patrons to insure placlng of Ice In refrigerators must have the Ice compartment ready when the calls HOOKER wagonI Mgr Hartford Ice Co 1 t i o r I STRIKE CALLED OFF IN WESTERNKENTUGKY Was Inaufrated by the Union Miners in January of ITbisYear I Madlsonville Ky June S Acting I under orders front the national head Quarters tho strike of the union i miners which has been on in Hopi king Webster Union and Crlttendcn counties since January was today called off by the national board members I of this district All the men who have been out on account of the strike were assured protection by the union officials and they will bea s sisted In securing positions No reat son was given for calling off the strike Several hundred men were out-I I HERBERT iJune 9Rey Wm H Bruner of I Ekron filled his regular appointment I Mr Emmit Haynes of Thuston Mr Steve Lanam of Fordsvlllo Moss Mable- i Brown and brother of Webber attend church here Sunday led Mr John W Griffin of this plac died June 4th He was 81 years old He leaves nine children his funeral was preached at Panther Creek church by Rev R T Bruner of Owensboro Friday i Mr Forest Hawkins has returne- I home from Bowling Green State Col legeMr Wm Miller and daughter Mar garine Owensboro vissited his rather i Mr Ed Miller several days last week Miss Mabel Miller returned home this morning from a weeks visit in Whl tesville at Mr Wave Bartletts I Messrs Arthur Burdett and Oliver j Hoover are expected home from Bowling Green College today j Messrs Bera Black Haynesvllle Will Haynes Aetnaville Mr Leonard Taylor wife and children Mrs Edna Duncan and daughter Owensboro din ed at Arthur Fords Sunday Mr Van Baker Floral attended ohurch here Sunday j Born to Mr and Mrs Lorn Helm the 4th a daughter Mr Ivy Floyd and wilt of Mississippi were here Sunday IIlr Lee Hawkins and wife Wester- I field visited friends here from Saturday till Sunday i Mr Joe Wile wife and son Lyonla dined at Mr John Bruners Sunday Mr and Mrs Guy Hinton entertained the young people Wednesday night Miss Dora Helm has returned to I vllle after a weeks visit here Mrs Harden Floyd Mrs Carl Floyd and son Chester went to Sythla today to visit Mrs Elizabeth Doreth oct for several days Mr Homer Mllllgan and family re turned to Knottsvills Sunday after a weeks vlsite here Miss Bulah Stewart went home with them Mr David Miller and daughter Hallie will go to Mexico tomorrow for several days visit to Mr Oscar Nuckolds family SMALLHOUS June 9 Miss Oma Maddx will leave Tuesday for Madlsonville to be treat gJlterI a tele her of the serious Illness of her daughter Mrs Owen Williams She and her son Mr Michel Ball and daughter Mrs Bud Bullock and family were at the bed i side of Mr Williasms Sunday I Matld Mrs T R Barnard and little daughters May and Ethel Hartford Ky Mrs Sue Morton Mrs Em ma B Fulkcrson Misses Mabel and Eva Garrett Coralvo Ky were the guests of Mr and Mrs Jams Hal j lows last Friday Mr P B Taylor was in our midst last Wednesday Mr Will Addington and little daughter Orel of Oklahoma are the guests of Mrs Cordola Addington and oilier relatives Slices Nina Bullock Ula Wlhrow BOverIi and Edmond Hunter attended the chll dreus day at Cemertown Sunday even hug Mr and Mrs Clinton Igleheart utters ded the Masonic suppor at the Point Saturday evening Qiptaln Gray fell several feet while railroadIly hurt recently CLEAR RUN June 9Rev Fuqua filled his appointment at the Baptist church here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Hoover one of the most highly respected old ladles of the Barnotts Creek neighborhood died last Saturday night at the home of her son Mr G W Hoover after a lingering lllniss of an bee IS of he side she had been In 111 health sometime her death was not unexpected rJ She is survived by f children three sisters and a host relatives and friend After funeral eer i i tt t ier- At aOt r vices conducted by Rev Fuqua the remains were Interod at the Barnetts Creek burying ground In the presence of a large number of relatives and frIendsEva tho little daughter of Mr and Mrs McKellne Murray return home last Wednesday from where she has been In school Miss Susie Ray WJhlie of Owensboio is visiting her niece of this place at this writinglMr Lum Dowell wife and three chill drew of Render Mines were the Slt1Ij Mr G M Hoover visited j 111T M Hall and family at clCo1pa1 tra Sunday T M Hall and family at Cleopatra Sunday f Little Boodis Sharpe Is visiting her aunt Mrs Clss Hoover at this writing visitingII guest i Mrs L C Hoover today Mr T C Park of this place is teaching a successful singing school at Beach Valley iBuried in a Trance I Washington D C Juno S Louis j vllle man was burled at Luna Park across the river in Virginia but the temporaryeand In ten days Bundha an alleged willlbringt jMcCrea and he claimed Louisville as professordcalled for volunteers to be burled Mc Crea responded He said he had I been out of work for a good while and livingior two He was examined by a doc tor who pronounced him sound and was then hypnotized and tucked away I in his coffin and covered up under I five or six feet of earth A large tube runs from over McCreas face to the top of the ground and he may be seen lying In his coffin as snug as if resting between the sheets at home CENTERTOWN IJune 10Rev Love delivered one of the best sermons here last Sunday heardi I to us and the tight of tho 7th Inst some interesting childrens day speeches dlal logucs and sweet music j i Mrs Mat Stewart Evansville Ind CIIRev Hiram Brown and or Rockport Ky spent last Sunday herewith the family of J M Carter- I C L Brown is at home again af ter a short visit to Illinois he Is well pleased with the fine farmes and the prosperous people he saw V B Morton daughters and son of Livermore visited relative here this week v tit Mrs L French Is visiting Mrs Emma Harris of Central City The following named gentlemen at tended the organization of a Masonic eenIIngDIMaddoxreport a most enjoyable time SALEM hisIngularI Mrs Oma Busbara is on the aid list Mr Lige Martini and family visited his sister Mrs Ola Wilson Saturday I night Mr C W Daniel who has been on the sick list for sometime is able toI be out again Mr Jim Hugos and family visited Mrs M B Wilson last Sunday Mr Bob Sillier and wife visited Mr and Mrn Bob Wilson last Sunday I Mr Farts Jamison and fnmlly visited Mr and Mrs Leslie Myeiv Saturday nighti ICERALVOJuno JIlrs Marlah Moss Rockport spent several days hero last week with friends Mr Mom Smith and family Madison vllle visited his brother Mr Tom Smith last Miss weekIIn Rochester the first of the week Mrs Juda Southard and husband spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Mollie SmithIMiss Lula Kirtlcy Is visiting friends rind relaUves here this week I Miss Anna Carter McHenry was In our midst some stays ago Mrs Clarence Hill who has been sick for sometime is no better BEAVER DAM June 10Mlas Dessle D Barnes the guestorMay31sttile class of 1603 West Kentucky Se mUiary by Mrs Gen A Barnes a member of the class Misses Klttye RhoudH and Marie Austingave a linen showeronMonday afternoon in honor of Miss Bessie D I SSare v CATARRH OF THE STOMA- QHRELIEVEDfi SOME WO I ALDERMAN GEORGE W WEICK Seventh Street Denver Col Alderman Eleventh Ward writes I have used Peruna for catarrh of the ctomach and It baa helped me wonder fully Chronic Stomach Trouble SAMUEL A SEAL Route 2MRTreadway Tenn writes It gives me great pleasure to testify to tho great good your medicine Peruna has done for me lna chronic case of catarrh of the stomach I was confined tq my bed for some time and could not lit up I had tried everything that I could find recommended for catarrh without any benefit I tried the best physician In Hancock County with little or no benefit 1 then tried two of the belt physicians in Hawkins County and found they were doing me no good I was gradually growing worse Then a friend of mine passing by handed me one of your pamphlets and seeing how Peruna was recommended for catarrh I sent to Rogorgville Tennessee next morning a distance of about fifteen miles and procured some of your Petunia and began taking dome according to directions and after taking It a few days I began to get better- I continued using It until I was able to go to work on the farm again and now I am In very good health and do work on my farm People who Object to Liquid Med Barnes the house was tastefully deco rated with dasles sweet peas and ferns The hostess was assisted by 11ISS1Gracieof Rochester Ky a special friend of the bride was a guest during the entire afternoon Miss Barnes was the recipient of many handsome pieces of linen and a large quanity of good wish es and happiness as well Amon the out of town guests were Mrs Hooker Williams Mrs Z W Griffin Miss Hattie Barnett Hartford Mrs Pax ton Iowa and Miss Rhoads Texas At C30 p m the young men of the bridal party arrived to partake of the refreshments with the young ladles The marriage ceremony of Miss Bts ale D Barnes to Mr Dan M Kelley was solomnlzed at the M E Church south today at 200 p m in the pre sence of a large congregation Tho ushers were Messrs Morton Williams and Austin Rhoads seated tho relatives and friends of the bride in a highly satisfactory manner and at 200 oclock sharp Miss fir organist canto slowly in and as tile organ pealed fourth the opening strains of Men delssohns famous wedding march Miss Klttye Rlioads and Mr CEcil Yorker entered tho doors followed by Miss Lillian Monroe and Mr W Claudo McKonnty Miss Mario Austin and Mr W D Woodward next crime the bride and groom anti met lug attune alter were made ono by the Rev Virgil Elgin pastor of the brldo The bride woio blue silk and car clod a bunch of brides ro ses and ferns the brides maids wore blue silk mull and carried white roses and focus the organist woro a beautiful white parts muslin cot tume and carried roses Ujo groom and usiiom wore the conventional black suits After the ceremony the couple were accompanied to uio depot where they boarded the train for Greenville their future home Six oclock dinner was served at the home of tho groom In Greenvllllo Mrs C W Taylor of Greenville will givo an elaborate reception Thursday In honor of Mrs Dan MN Kelley Quito a number of guests are expected Mr Gilbert Lee Taylor and Miss Val aria Likens wore quietly marriedat the home of the brides parents Wednesday evening qt c oclock Rev J Frank Baker Blkon officiating Miss Likens is a daughter of W S Likens a prosperous farmornelr town Mr raylor is a young ilrJllerl1vlng near town where they will make their fu ture om- eRevVJrgll Elgin filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and night RevAu B Gardner filled his regu lur appolntmem hero Sunday morning ind night isitt- I 55 J No Medicine in the World ofP t Perunat0 The Symptoms of Stomach Catarrh Are Heaviness After Eating Belching Gas Sourness Bfthe Stomach Sluggish ALDERMAN GEOWWEICK i COL JAYS oflHAVE USED PERUNA FOR CATARRH OF THE STOMACH1 AND IT HAS HELPED ME tt WONDERFULLY 4 A OTHER STARTLING TESTIMONIALs I do honestly believe your great medicine Peruna saved my life and Iacheerfully recommend It to like suffer erStYou aro at liberty to publish my testimonial and I truly hope it may be a benefit to some one Catarrh of Head and Stomach Mr Frank lllchter of 009 Fast Second Street Winona Minn writes Al a remedy for catarrh I take pleasure In recommending Peruna for catarrh of the stomach I know what It Is to boaf flicted with this awful disease and con sider it my duty to say a word in behalf of tho remedy which gave me such relief Poruna cured me and 1 know it will cure anyone else who suffers from this disease It gives mo grentpJeasuro to tes tify to the curative effects of this medi cine Pernna Is a well tested and frequently used remedy and for catarrh of the stomach it is unsurpassed My catarrh was principally located in my head and stomach I tried manIremedies without success I tried sec eral doctors but they were unable to I cure me I read of Peruna in the papers and five bottles cured me Almost from the first dose Peruna will relieve symptoms of stomach ca tarrh Peruna at once sharpens thetappetite Increases tho digestive powers and gives renewedstrength t tines Should Buy Peruna Tablets rUle guest of IsMss Bessie Barnes for a few days Miss JoMe Jam of Rockport Is the guest of Mr and Mrs A D Taylor for a few days I Mr Orvlll H Taylor returned from Lexington Saturday where he has beent lr attending the Kentucky State University he completed his years workiwith very bight honors being his class and making the next to highest record of the College since its establishment Mr E W Taylor has sold the hotel Austin House at this place to Mr Jack Tucker of Taylor Mines who took charge Monday MIss Tenls Hays of Rochester is visiting Mrs C P Austin for a few days Mrs J S McDanlel after a linger ing illness of several weeks died at the homo of her daughter Mrs E W Taylor Sunday afternoon and burled at Cloverport Monday Wasrwas very highly respected and estimable i lady and loved by all whoIknew her- Mlsss Myrtle Hints spent Sunday with her mother in Rockport Ky Mrs J O McKwiney of Taylor Mines spent n few days last week with Mrs C P Austin Mrs Clarence Ashby r i McHenry spent Sunday win nor n vns here Mr Austin Rhurtlturlled fromISouth Carrollicm where he has been Jdelegate to Epworth League district conferenceBorn Mr tad Mrs C P Austin on the 2nd lust a girl Dr J J Mitchell is attending the Democrat Convention at Lexington this week Buy Hair atAuction At any rqte you seem to begetting rid of it on auctionsale principles going going auctIonwith I certainly checks failing hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you rItsTine beat kind ol a tsntmonialvflold forOTer Ukty years ILoiraUaUMISARSAfARILU ljeltS PIUS CHEKIV rECTMAL i rS y a Si a y y y va RESOLVEDj THAT fLIES AND KNOWM ALtCHOICESOMElARE PRETTIES BUSTER THE iooDS foR THIS WERE DESIGNED AND MADE LONG AGo So IT IS ALWAYS THERE ARE MoRE KINDS of CHoICE THINGS THAN ONEFIRST CHoICE SECOND CHoICE THIRD CHOiE AND Jo oN YoU WISH THE FIRST CHoICE Do YoU NoT If YoU CoME NoW AND BUy YoU WILL GET THE FIRST CHoICE To THESE CHoICE ARTICLES WE WoULD ESPECIALLY CALL YoUR ATTENTIoN FIRST CHoICE IN MIDSUMMER MILLINERY FIRST CHoICE IN WHITE GOODS fANCY WASH GooDS VAL LACES iNSERTioNSFiRST CHoICE IN fANCY HOSIERY NEW BELTS LADIES NECK I WEAE FIRST CHoICE IN NEW BRoWN AND TAN oXFoRDS TRADE WITH A FIRSTCLASS SToRE e WHERE FIRST CLASS GooDS ARE fOUND 0 atflat f rei Ret r lit a FRIDAY JUNE 12 I C lr lJlnoIi Ctjntral RallroiidTlmo- rablr I sternt Huts d Mouth Hutnn6- Nola2d11r Oat tt ln Nn121 dlltltl n n No 11111111 PI S tilt dnt 248 ut- No 112dnp44pin Sit 111 h1 H I to Drink FruTola at City Restaurant Mr J F Vickers Is visiting In Ow eusboro Genuine CocaCola Ice cold at City Restaurant City ResUurants Steak Meals cant be beat Try eel- My i What good Fish you get at City Restaurant No boats City Restaurant Is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Drinks Etc Dont full to attend tilt spttcaal Sale June 20 to 27 CARSON CO City Restaurant Is still feeding the people and getting better every day Of course I you want a nice Meal- or Lunch you go to the City Restaurant I P Remember pound prints 100 pea bushel during our sale OARSON CO Miss Mary Bennett has closed her school ut Vine Grove and returned home 1VANTFI1E00 on loan wtit good real estate Security Apply to this ottlce Rev N F Jones of Hartford will preach at Dennetts School House next Sunday after the close of Sunday school It Is predicted that Hartford Fair Grounds will see the biggest assemblage of people in Its blstory on June 20 Hold on to your clothes money un tu you get an Idea of our prices during the special sale Juno 20 to 27 CARSON CO I Mss Georgia Severln of Morganlleld- Ky wjll arrive next Monday to be f We gudat tgeeks- 4d of Miss Winnie Mauzy for a Head of Sheep 4 beeves and 10 j hogs will be slaughtered for the Fra- ternalI r Barbeirue at Hartford Fall r grounds on June 21 I June 20 Is to be biggest day f Hartford has ever seen Every kind ot legttlmate entertainment from the red toz baloon to the palntJlfannl balfrom the South e sland be found on the Ground ra rt+ + + ryuawklr I J TIME ll I i SEASON I A p ate W 11 Heflin Heflin called to see us Wldnesda Mr Ellis Thomas Is at Dawson Springs for L few days Rev 1L W Tlchenor Matanzas was a pleassant caller yesterday 3frs W H Mauzy visited her math er Mr W R W Hooker at Prentls lust atuiday and Sunday Try R can of French Drip Coffer Every can guaranteed Sold by James Lyons We have Suits to suit your at price to suit you See them June 20 CARSON CO C Send your orders for GrocerIes to James Lyons Always fresh and cleat Goods delivered prou4ltly It Is wonderful how muchi more can be saved on IL grocery bill by tram lug with Schroader Co titf When weBa cut prices It lIIeallll- something People know It and WI have a rush CRSO CO We will tl to have enough clerk to walt on you during our sale begin nlllg Juno 20th CAUSON CO We are headquarters fbi groceries quick sales tutd small profit Is ou1- 11dt to- tilf SellnODEIt CO Mtti 1S refers Sarcns returned trot Georgowtvu Mmtdny wlHru sthu had been ateudtng school for till IWH- suvellll months iJudgo W D Taylor and faintly and Katlierlne Jones returned Wed I uesdny from a lew days visit to relatives hoar Rtcheser- DrI CM Heavrrn and sons master i Earl and Percy Oweusboro were the guests of Mr and Mrs M L Heavrli the first or the week I Mr McDowell Jogle whohag been In school at Georgetown Ky for the i past two years has returned hone the scholastic term haYlllg closed IMessrs William Chancellor W lI Sam T Smith and W S Hill Ceralvo Jus Carter Narrows Esq D S Cnambcrlln Noereek ant A A Sheffield were along out callers Monday Messrs 1L Q Walker J C Jler C M Crowe hid W STlnsley spent several days fishing bn Rough river neat Darnotta Creek this week They report a splendid outing and plenty of fishThe following Uprtford and Beaver Dam people left yestetdf for a fart days outing 1n camlon Rough River Mrs F Q Austin Miss Marie Aus tine Miss Laura Morton Mr Z yaypo a1ojUj Sate organizer of the A S of EM F Sharp was a pleasant caUer yesterdayMr Foreman Ir has moved Into the Slmmerman residence recent ly vacated by Mr J C Gentry Misses Minnie and Pearl TInsley who have been tho guests of relative at Jlopkiusvllie have returned t their homo at McHenry The ladles social Club will ho en teralned by Mrs Dr S J Weddlllg and Miss Mary Weddng a ho home of h formree next Wednesday afternoon Born t0 the wife of Mr J E DavId son last Saturday a bouncing boy Baby and mother doing well Ed say the youngster wakes hIm every morning saying rah for Taft A colored minis rll shots under the manAgement of Prof Wesley Smith held the boards IIi Deans OUera Hnuse Monday and Tuesday nights to these light of gstod audiences Time old time daritey singing was especially enjoyed Tito attendance at the Bible School of time Green River Baptist Church I on May 31 was 120 So far as knows this Is record breaker for any corn try school thlll year and probably not more than three or four town Schools have done better Next Sunday the Bible School of- the Hartford Baptist church will observe Childrens Bible Day The exercises will be just before and after schoolIerybody invlted and welcome rhe- 11ffHlng will be for the distribution or Bibles to the destitute by the Sunday School Board Hrere Is an opportunity to f111Ir oue of the well known 16x20 Dolls porl IIlII1lutelYbeautiful portraUs when hand finishe are of the same size and qutdity IIH fromICo Hartford Ky 4itf ITom Turnham a young farmer of the neighborhood was tried for lunacy before Esq Ben S Chamberlin- i sitting as county Judge Monday nil judged to be of unsound mind and was ordered to the Hopldnsvl11e Asy hum Deputy Sheriff S A Bratche loft Monday afternoon to convey the unfortunate man to the asylum Until last Friday young Turnham Ieemed I to be In his normal mind and ire hum came violently Insane almost unaware I It Is thought that hard work Js the cause ol his trouble The Duford Magisterial District Sub day School Association wlll hold their annual convention at Ileda Ky vith- Dultlh church on Sundw utlelnoon at 2 oclock June 21st third Sunday every school In the district will be expected to Ire well represented the old officers will make their report for past years work anti new one elected or old ones reelected us thl case may be Now Pastors Officer and Teachers It your schools are not what they should he conic out and let II confer about our failures amid reJoice over our successes A shooting scrap at Echols Tuesdn night has resulted In a rather ugl aftermath On that evening Gl1btJlt- Hayes took a crack at Albert ICs with It shortgun when not over twee- tyfive yards distance but forunae- l Intorveunig window 1alley preteit- etl Injury A Wllrralll Wilt Issttrd fill Hayes and Deputy Sheriff Ikatcher was dispatched to make the arres- i but Hayes concrllltd himself and 111- I could not ue located Young John Geary t says he was deputized by Etc J II- Miles to arrest time offender and 10- l1arled to his home to do so On his at preach Hayes attenphed to got hI gun whereupon Gear fired the she from his 3S Calber revolver taklllg effect In IIayes right side entalllIl time back and comlllg to the skis- hr front This occurred yosterda dangerousIyoung Genry came to not surrendered His examining trlril was set for next tlouday and his boat fixed at 100 which he gave- firII Thomas I almraubuleotBinning ham Ala who had been the guest of Miss Bertha Pirtle of the west I Hartford lieiglrborhood for several day I returnfd dome last Friday Mr Kah raubule Is a machInist of Blrutinghau and Is in the employo of the South urn Railway Company at nhandsome salary He lastudying mechanical ell tiueering after mastering same he wl11 be handsomely equipped for a splendii business career of a high order Thert Is n bit of romance connected with this young Southerners visit to rum town and community He met Mist Plrtle on a Potomac Steamer en route from Washington D C to Norfolk Vs las Autumn duro- Ing her visIt to the Jamestown Expoai- ion and other historic points east lhss litrUe was invited to accompany the party of one of the edl tQrs the Republican and wife and I hesuccessful contestants 1iiurpo d py r f I t n 5 I pultery contest for free trip to the above mentioned points she be tag a close competitor for the tripI They mot informally as most prlncl 11ls to romance do Their meotlng- durlllg the all day boat journey was followed by correspdndance which re suited In ylr Kuhraubulcs visit DuncanStovall Cards have been Issued announcing the coming marriage of Mats Bessie Stovall to Mr Tames Garfield Duncan The happy event will take place at the residence of the brides parents Mr- nnrl firs Zack G Stovall Greenville ICy n twelvethirty oclock P III Wednesday June seventeenth ninee teen hundred and eighth brae and groom wlll leave ha- mrtdlately after the ceremony for a short bridal trip visiting friends and rehativcs lu Louisville and other poinas M1ssS tovall Is a beautiful and- most popular yoummg lady Mr Dun atn who Is time son or Mr and Mrs DS Duncam Luzerne Is a very prom islt g and popular young man I Among the Lodges Hartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M had initiatory work last nIght This lodge Is expecting a great revival or intrest IIlIIong Its members this year I Rough Inver No 110 K of P reel Tuesday night and held an interestlttf business session Knight Roscoe Hen der was elected Keeper of Ilacords and Seal Vice R C Porter reslgn ed amid was also placed on the barbecue committee In place or Knljthtl James 31 DeWeese who Is unllvlodllblz away Arrangements were made to procure admission to the Phythtar- Ilome at Lexington for Mrs Oscar UdlllCr amid children S A new Masonic lodge was Instilu ted at Matanzas last Saturday with a- membershlll of nineteen C M Crowe master or Hartford lodgt had been previunsly designated bl the Grand Master of Kentucky as the instituting officer lie was present and Pitt Oil the work In a most ad mlrable mlUlller The following offs I cers were ttppuhded by the Grand Mater of Kentucky A n Tlchenor Master I A Carter Senior Warden Tlldln Trylor Junior Wllrdn W C IKnoa Senor tcomi Halve Condlt1 Junior DiltOIl L 11 Tlchenor Seen tary W J Corfmanrreasurel Lycur gus Igleheari Tyler I The InsallltlOI was begun at oclock p rn and Wilt completed at i seven After the work of installlnt i the officers was completer the lodgt members and a large crowd of vier- ttng brethren retired to the nearby gMtft where n most bountiful sup- perI consisting of the best most deliciously prepared country ham kid mutton fish coffee Ice tea lemonade pickles cakes of every variety and other delicacies too numerous to en umerate was served In a delightful manner This elegant repast was prepared by the good ladles of to neighborhood and was enjoyed by 251- Im 300 Masons and Invited guests Fol lowing the splendid social fea ture Incident to the supper atIlilenwl program of Carters class amid addresses by unit C M Chore and lion A n Tlchenor was rendered firer which the lodg- ug do asstvnbled at the church and cuuploted the organization 1his WI1I- indeed a great day for Masonry In the Maanasz counmttil y u Notice I IIILO this lIar set free uty lOll Er nlo Wallace and ho Is entitled to contract and be contracted with as though lie was 21 years ot age but I will not uo responsible for his contracts or debts S F WAILACg- June 1 1908 IGt ISUNNDALE onnuuntay lire busy with their crops Rev Goodman filled his appointment IIi IIln ChUIIPll Sunday Mrs Maude Stevens amid sou Will i lace of lingattt were here shipping Fri lay Missa5 Mary hell Joues and Ora- IVesterfitld were till guests ut Mrs n F Jones Thursday and Mrs FD Baughu and tilt Ir Leonard and Lucile visited relatives at Megan Tuesday Misses Irene and Faunae Whlttlug null or Fordsvllle were the guests of- lllsses Florence and Mattie Wilson Saturday and Sunday Mr W V Sproule the railroad con motor has completed his work here j mid gone below to work Oil another outract Mr A D Westerfield and Miss Dent Graves attendEd church here Sun lay Mr James CoppUgo and Miss Aisle Baughn visited Miss Ena Hines PAlo Sunday Rhere will be ha Ice cream sup- iterI here Saturday night I Mr Clarence Renfrow was the- Hestg andgt fIe1aIcg ILt Hartord Satun lay rum ay AftH4 Sarah Dtivis died suddenly of m v Y ftU t b t l B lw lrI- I r I Summer Millinery I I variefy of airy Hats for thI 1good old summer time cannot he in exclusiveness of style 1 I inIspectionI Everything Needed I sheIt I stock because it is so large that ourIchoice is easy I Atlr Priced Hat II ItheI rooms Our trimmer is right here to please you and she will certainly give preIIwashable dress fabrics in quite a IAnd of patterns and prices as well the best prices in plain white A I I ChoosIing I PBarnesBros Beaver DaneL1atIt rettttwta la etttla heart disease at let home near here Tuesday nIght She leaves ahusband nine chi1drenandaJx1t or friends and I relatives to mcnm tier loss her re mains were Jail to rut la Sunnydalu cemetery Thund uy Funeral services were conducted by Rev F I- Baughn F JINGO Juno 10TILiHxamunfty was great 1Y shocked ou 1 i rd inst to hear- I I ut the sudden diaetlt or Mrs M L Davis which ooanzst at midnight TuesI day Mrs Davis had bern lied with heart Ldktte fOr many years I often told 4er husband she ex Ilwctud to die U xsdden death She ate supper and metitd ass usual all was quiet until a few seconds before the end came She celled her husband and told him she believed she was gone amid said the was ready and wll to go amid bk1 farewell to earth and friends and dedwithomit a struggle After relt i iaa services condlllj tted by J 14 1ti anti Rov F Baughn her rumainswere laid ttI ret i lit the Suntudab lJurr lug JToluli Thursday She Iwtvts t husband and I children 5 stunt and I daughters to utourn her JIr lussIGreer of cinily Saturday act I Mrs Huttle GIf S111l1ayIted lu Hartford Joe Snell andI Hartford Henry SatllrdalIEdward parrn s- Mr and1 rs G F Sehapmire Saur i day roturnlng slay IIr N Y Junin met with an ac Thursday wMJe on his WilY to market with sonre eggs his horse fell In a mud hole trith hIm nothlnghurt but the eggs HICKORY CHURCH Juno 10Our Sunday school Is pro greasing nicelY tmdt the management t of SgperiutendentDrCro H Snub Mr J H LmclJ Beaver Dam and Mrs AT Parr or this place are the guests oG lint It C Jarnagin today Misses Mary and Agnes and little Miss Anna WI1ThUs Rob Roy and Miss Edna WJillmIs Beaver Dam was the guests of nil Bessie Jarnagin last Sunday Mr R N Dam ZVJI familywere the guests of Mr t II Davis last Sun I dayMr A D I eatla uuJ Children little Deulah Rose and LannleEltom were I the guests or Mr asA Xrs George Pool last Sundt i MrS C nallcr md family Broad 5 t way VIsited his mother Mrs J N Rally Saturday night Mr and Mrs R L Taylor visited Mr and Mrs H T Porter Sunday Mr Steve Westerfield and wife visl ted theIr daughter Mrs George Pool last Sunday Mr Vergil Mosely was the guest of his coulsln Bert DavIs last Sun day There will be nn Ice cream supper at HIckory church June 13 for the benefit oft he church everybody are cordially Invited U aUund Miss Pearl Leach and Mr A J We5terCieid were the guests or Miss Ohio Mae Leach last SutmLa- yBAIZETOWN June 101Ilrt Was a llrg crowd at the distrIct meetiag of the A S of O here Saturuh- yIrof A 11 S Barr of Itnfrow is teaching a very successful tinging school at thus 1111 The W O 11 Lodge mti here Friday aught with sewtrti tnentbera present Ouo new membar wus Initiated Several front this place attundttl tht musical mat Mr J 11 Duruullii Saturday night W II Itnzo uf BuIercotttyrleitetl relatives here Si nrday and SundRY Mr n K Jamotel has moved from horse lI1aneh back to his old Monte We gladly welcome Mr James and fn filly back Mr W W Ilaite lion the atek list this week Mrs Flora Howard and Mrs lAura Itarnard of Ulanld are It the iJId side of their sister Mrs Ida lJangblrt is quite sick The infant child ur W P DaliKher ty who has beset very low with flux 1M sorne better Hev M J Embry of this pines preached at CrOI11Wlll Saturday night Thanks I want to thank time taxpayers of Ohio county for the courtesy they have shown me spree I have been their SherIff I am now ready to receive their i908 tax md will havu to col bet under the same law that I have been collecting murder so the sooner you get n tux receipt the better It will be for all Yours I7tf n D MARTIN S O C h TapsAnother answered tho last roll call and crossed the river and made his last camp W1111arn J Huff Company D 2G Ky Inft died June 7 190S ne enlisted In the fall of 1861 and was a good soldier Ho was buried by n T WhIttinghill Post G A R at the churchJune B 1908 W R JAMES ir r 1 A ie Japanese Girls Are U S WomenI The eagerness of the adopt Western customs Ian I jjuage clothes and habits has spread to the fair sex and one of its manifestations is the evolution of halkara girls whose regalia is the eblcha hakama or crimson skirts a soft of convenient compromise between the Occidental petticoat and the national kimono The haikara gIrlthe words are a corruption of high collar and are made to apply to Japanese men and women alike who are prone to ape Western customshas evclved something analogous to the summer girl of the United States and not Infre quently her daring violation of old time conventions furnishes the comic papers with a theme for sarcastic comment or indignant denunciation Japanese etiguette hitherto has frow ned sternly upon that informal mingling of the sexes which is a matter of course in the West but the ex igencies of modern scholastic training as well as the tendency of the times already noted has dealt these old ideas a hard blow Girls destined for a uptodate education flock Into the capital from the provinces and unless they have friends here or can live on the school premises must patronize the boarding houses where no control of their conduct can be exercised j Allowing for inevitable exaggeration and the love of scandalous gossip which is as common to the East as to the West It would be idle to deny that abuses exist and that the sudden reaction from undue restriction to the opposite pole of personal freedom has in not a few Instances done more harm than good U is possible now to witness scenes which oilly a decade ago would have been almostJ inconceivable in Japan A sort of crude gal lantry Is being exploited by a special group of students both male and fe male Often enough this phenomenon is genuinely platonic and dues nut ex ceed the limits of a silly adaptation of Western sentimentality but some times the history of these affairs of the heart are far from innocent and end in tragedy Regularly in the native papers one may read of suicide of both men and women from disappointed love and in many cases the lovers finding it im possible for some reason or other to marry end their lives simultaneously by binding their bodies together and jumping Into a river placing themsel ves on a railway track in the path of aldoseOccasionally the man slays his mis tress with a sword and then puts an end to himself In the sanie manner This form of suicide is universally known as shlnju and it is popular ly regarded as an everlasting disgrace for either party to the compact to survive the other In connection with this halkara tendency there has come to be observed in Japan a certain Western differ ence oward Japanese women which ten years ago was unheard of For instance a Japanese now aday will give up his scat to a woman in a crowded street car particular if foreigners are pre sent to witness his exhibition of courtesy and if the man und wife both at tire themselves In Western clothes and go forth to some founctlon he will treat her as long as they both WI the clothes as he understands Western women are treated by their es corts Hut this demeanor is likely to be dropped as soon as the couple url back home and have shifted to their more comfortable natloiul dress VeterjinaryTo Use Let Me till you why Sloans Lini ment and Veterinary Remedies are the safest and IIIOK practical on the mar ket today in the first place Dr l nrl S Shan is the sun of a eerlE Mary surgeon and irum line t rlitt in fancy he was andociuud whwt c lit bought and told horses while etI very young He prirciietd us n veterinary for twenty years and has hatII tied Buccestfully with every disease to which that animal is suject All lie remedies are the resit of exp riments made to save life or re lieve suffering whllo he WitS practic ing his profession Any render by writing to Dr Karl S Sloan GUi Albany Street Boston Mass will receive Sloans Troutiwt on the Horse free This book tells how to treat horses cattle hogs and poultry Firstclass Blacksmtning I am now in my new shop at Sunny dale and prepare to do your horse shoeing and all kinds of repair Work I solicit your patronage All work guaranteed K F JANE New Yoakers Pay Rent Fewer New Yorkers own their own homes than the residents of any other city In the world The reason Is CL aim one the land is so valuable that afIItordn Tho Modesty of Women Naturally makes them shrink from the Indelicate questions tho obnoxious ex unpleasant local treatamlnatlons1and physicians conside- resscntlalInthe treatment of diseases of women Yet if help can bo had It Is better to submit tQ this ordeal than let the disease grow anJspread The trouble is that so Often the woman undergoes all the annoyance and shame for nothing Tho ads r women who have been cured BvDr erces Favorite Prescription wrlw Injjtorrclatlon of the cure which dls S I examinations and local treatment Thrre is no other mrdldne I un Anrl sdl fot rlpllrUQ women as axerUe Prescription It cures e a ng drains rregutaityand female weakness It always helps It almost always cures It Is strictly non alcoholic non secret all Its Ingredients being printed on its bottlewrapper con tains no deleterious or drugs and every native medicinal root entering Into Its composition has the full endorsement of those most eminent In the several schools of medical practice Some of these numerous and strongest of professional endorsements of Its Ingredients will be found in a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle also In a booklet mailed free on request by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y These professional en dorsements should have far more weight than any amount of the ordinary lay or nonprofessional testimonials Tho most intelligent women now a days insist on knowing what they take as medicine Instead of opening their moutks like a lot of young birds and gulping down whatever Is offered them Favorite Proscription Is Of KNOWN COMPOSITION It makes weak women strong and sick women well Dr Pierces Medical Adviser Is sent frce on receipt of states to pay e mailing only Send to Dr t VpPierce Buffalo 21 onecent stamps for pa percovered or 31 stomps for clothhound Doctor free of charge letter All such communications are held sacredlrconfidential Dr Invigorate and regulate stomach liver and bowel 16316 hold title to the house they occupyand if you will bring that little pad and pencil into play again you iVlll lears that ninetyfour1 out of everyone hundred families make 1I10nt- hlIaments to a landlord When these families move as they are constantly i doing Is seems only necessary- to take the the family photographs from off the mantelso completely I has their method of life been systematized As for the landlords they are mightier In wealth and tenants than my feudal lords of oldas forsooth the Astors whose Immense multitude of dwellings house a greater number of people than are contained Inaclty of thiisize of Hartford Connecticut Seattle Washington or Nashville Tennessee The Giant City New York June National Magazlne Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as far as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 285 days Winchester August 44 days Danville Augusta r3 days Lexington August 105 days Unlontown August llIi days Burkesville August 114 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TriCounty ralr Sanders August 94 days Vanceburg August 194 days Barbourvllle August 191 days Erlanger August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 days ElIzabethtown August 2f3 days Shelbyvllle August 2ii4 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 2G5 days Morgantown August 273 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Hardlnsburg September 13 lays Fern Creek September 24 days Montlcello September st days Hodgonville September S3 days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days The Great PrinteryIWhen the green egt pruning office in in in the evening looking at them ne cannot but fuel that this is one of le iiiose important institutions In the unwary The click of the Monotypes md Linotypes the whirr of the Mie ilo the Council the Hoo and Huber presses alt work toll of the thou iandi of pages of printed mutter re ports bills what not anugly away on shoes awaiting their turn to see the light of publicity The importance of betIterfalrss at Washington June National Magazine Hows This We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY c CO Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations 1Waldingsale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh CurQ is taken Inter nally acting directly won the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Prlco 75 cents per bottle Sold b all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m I The Largest Clock The largest in tho worldhns recently been added to the wonderous sights of New York tine Giant City While this clocka real oldfashioned Seth Thomas Is a faithful timepiece to the people of Now York yet it Is located on the factory of Colgate Co 1- 1TerseClty New Jersey In this It has- the distinction of serving the people I of two states Tho tourist from across the ocean will find the hour of his return clearly set before him as he passes up the North River to his land ing place The small office boy of the downtown section may peep out of the windows across into another state to learn when quitting time comes around The dial of this gigantic clock will i be forty feet six inches in diameter and will be made of yellow pine boards six inches wide spaced three inches apart The minute hand measures twenty feet from the end of the hub to the tip and weighs with the coun ter balance 640 pounds The hour hand is fifteen feet In length and weighs 500 pounds without the coun ter balance The numerals on tho dial are five feet high and thirty inches wide The speed of the hourhand measures three feet tbn inches in width while that of the minutehand travels every minute twentythree inches while in a wek it covers three and twothirds miles Bennett Chapp In June National Magazin- eTransportation Charges The following extract from a lec ture by Logan C McPherson at John Hopkins University contains statements which if true are rather start ling He says The transportation charge on the material entering into a pair of shoes made in St Louis factory averages one and onequarter cent The transportation charge to place that pair In the hands of a consumer in any part of the United States is about equal to the postage on an ordinary letter An ordinary bed that retails at St Louis at 8 for example will have paid the railroads about 40 cents From ten pounds of nails made in Plttsburg the railroads will have ob tained a trifle over two cents and from ten pounds of wire two and one half cents An ax made in the Pitts burg district that retails in St Louis for 1 will have paid tho railroad one and onequarter cents The freight on a dozen eggs for 1000 miles Is less than the postage of a letter and a pound of Wisconsin butter maybe sent to New Engalnd or New York for half the cost that the bill for i would so by mall Poultry from Tex less than a cent and a half a IllOund beef from Western ranges at less than a cent a pound The U S Government in its Pure Food Law does not indorss or guarantee any preparation as some manufacturers in their advertisements would make it appear In the case of medicines the law provides that certain drugs shall be mentioned on the lables If they are Ingredients ofI the preparations Elys Cream BalmI the wellknown family remedy for cold in the head hay fever and nasal catarrh doesnt contain a slmgle in jurious drug so the makers have simply to print the mact that it com plies fully with all the requirements of the law To Keep Lard Fresh To keep lard fresh for several inonths stir in about a tablespoonful of honey to every six or eight gallons of lard after removing the dried faMrs Russell Evans Brownsville Tenn in Home Department of June National Magazine1 OneofBillNyes Referring to a realestate transac tion made by one Peter Minult way back in the year 1C20 Bill Nye in his history of the United States declared New York was afiervnrds sold fur twentyfour dollars the whole Island When 1 think of this I go Into my family gallery which I alto use as a swear room and tell those ancestors what I think of them Ihlro were they when New York sold for twenty four dollars r Tho humor of this strikes deeply when one stops to conlderwhat has beau the outcome of this original invest mont Peter Minuit with trinkets and a few bottles of rum so delighted the native Indians that they gladly turn ed over to him the whole of Manhattan Island now the heart of Greater New YorltNew York Tho Giant City June National Magazine Ballooning Never shall I forget the scene when the large airship tho dirigible balloon floated upwards from the slender trestle as it was relented by Robert- S Knabenehue who walked along tho trestle from one end to the other The balloon was of Japanese silk with SURECURE For All Disease o- fSTOMACH LIVER a KIDNEYS r propeller In front and the whitewing- ed rudder guided it vjlvh as much case apparently us a boaj in its native clement The throngs of pocplo upon tho groun a sea of upturned faces presented a spectacle of what this century can command in tho shape of an audience for such a startling achievement us this one Captain Thomas F Baldwin built the ship which made Its flight on this memorable day occupied by Robert S Knabenshue and gazed with satisfaction at his pot Invention as it winged its way out of view and re turned again to within a few feet of the spot from which it strfrted after it had taken a tour of auumber of miles in the air Tho award to Thomes F Baldwin the aesonaut and Inventor of the para chute who has made thousands of successful ascents is interesting He has made the science of serial navi gation and the building of airships his life work The story of Thomas Baldwin as an acronautas related by himself for the readers of the National is a fascinating contribution con cerning the new order of things Joe Mtchlell Chappie In June National Magazine If OA8IORAJleara the dYoa Hm Alw2JS Bought 8pmof Joy The portals of thy heart wide open fling And let me in It is fair Eastertide Mine own glad hour I will not be de nied For I am Joy the Spirit of the Spring And close behind me coming on swift wing Are Faith and Hope alone sweet Love hath sighed Without her mates tho winter through Ope wide The barring gateswe must be en tering If so it be that thou canst not believe That Christ is risen indeed oh then receive A message from my train the bird the bee The butterfly the flower the bud ding tree The scent of Easter lilies In the air And types of resurrection every whereAdlede Williams in June National Magazine The Louisville TimesIs the Invest afternoon paper publish ed anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every duy The regular price of The Times Is 5 a year but you can set th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR S5OOSIX MONTHS S25O g for I PATENTS laITHAT AYlInrUMUItbonIUh1Jat our MfUM p you StBd model FR C C rtport r on tO rr REFERENCESrortnOu4IBook nthttVWASHINGTON Suffering Will NC ISelp Will Weali Your Nerves Folks who think it In better to bear palntharr1KlOthoUare wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to ay It was better because they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous heartparalysing drugs But now that a safe remedy baa been found Dr Miles AntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can be but weakened nerves A safe rule to 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of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES- S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in HARTFORD timesResidencephone No 137 A I JAMES C BENNETT I 0 ilex 121 llnrtfonl K- yLICENSED l AUCTIONEERWill sell any and all kinds of prop reasonable JOHN BLAIR Buford Ky LICENSED AUCTIONEER r property ble Your patronage solicited ThNDgROCURFy5 ea4t11o how t0 oboe lknll fade aYtke vIfufnrrroem ry mfttofttH Htfatcnl ExcluanlWIIorCOtCIS KsU OSeWASHINGTdNVDC i i- r ii DOLLAR CORN MAY COMEi i tl BEFORE MANY WEEKS I Price Is Now Iligher than in 22N Years With Only Two Exceptions 1 When corn reached the Sicant a Gushel mark In ChicAgo gram men who have been watching the advance with Interest seemed Inclined to think that It might go still higher before the end of this month says the Cour forJournal The price of corn In Louisville Is governed entirely by the ChicAgo market The S1cent mark for corn marks the top price In 2 years with two exceptions In IS92 cash corn In May reached IO 1 mark advancing during the thonth from 4031 cents to that figure by rea son of a corner The same figure for reImembersmaintained during the Civil wm but the belief of many Is that during that perIod of strife It never reached a point above 75 cents a bushel al though wheat soared to Ii mark hitlt butlwhichtimeExact statistics on corn have only been kept for the past twentytwo years Local grain men say that while the corner now being maintained by Patton may be responsible for a put of tho Increase the short crop not only In corn but In all other grams cuts II large and important figure In the phenomenal price rot only short crop and the corner wore glvon atl the causes for Tuesdays recordbrenllng price but the heavy ruins nil over the I country have made It Impossible for the farmers In the surplus corn Slates to market their crop at the attractive figure I The local grain men feel sure that the high price will bo successfully maintained until the end of the month- I s4They see no way for the curuer t be broken Masonic and Knights of Pythais Barbecue Hartford Masonic Lodge and Rough RIver Lodge No 110Knlghtsof Pyth 20l1081atIn giving the biggest barbecue ever I 0 given in Ohio county The proceeds of same will be applied to the comple tion of the ne w hall In Hartford The Masons will have one of the best Masonic speakers In tile State and the K of P Lodge has made arrange meats to have one of Its big State speakers present The Ohio County A S of E Order has been especially Invited and it Is expected to have Its State President Hon J Campbell Can trell present The lodges have employed the best bress band to be found to furnish music and arrangements will no doubt be perfected for some good racing null fine show horses A committee has already been appointed to furnish edibles for this occa sion All the secret societies In Ohio and adjoining counties will be Invit ed Applying Ice to Remove Wrinkles Freeze your tat and Ice away your wrinkles is tile latest advice from the beauty doctors Its a wonderfully comfortable treatment in hot weather and women who are taking It say tlm as a flesh reducer It Is a great Impro yement on rubbed shirts flat Irons andy p eightmile walks I oflcheapness But the Ice man must be Informed that the piece which lie furnishes for toilet purposes must bo smooth A ragged or jagged piece of leo would de- rw feat the distinct aim and purposo of the treatment which Is to Iron the skin smooth and press the muscles firm To all women who are reducing the Ice is a first aid to prevent the soften Ing that Is succeeded by a shrinking or drooping of the muscles of the face Your taco will not grow haggard If you freeze your fdcial muscles say the beauty doctors At first they advised cloths dipped In cold water and fre quently applied Cold water did not succeed however becaueo It was not cold enough so then they tried Ice and Its success has been remarkable I Ohe masseur after steaming the taco of a Patron and massaging it thoroughly with cold cream always passes a smooth lump of ice gently over the race concentrating the pressure of the I upon what mIght be called the wrinkle areasthe temples the corner of the eye spaces and the space be tween the eyebrows where the vor- tical lines of worry form Over these area again and again the masseuse presses gently the alawl diminishing lumof tee smooth round and of a- alseliitleless than her hand The Ice treatment begins paradoxi- t t cally with the use of hot water i The face chit and neck anti 6liest are thoroughly bathed using the palms of the banks or II square of cheesecloth or silk as the substances least irritating to the delicate skim Some beauty specialists advise the use of pure soap Others would eschew soap al together using In Its stead Ilmollll heal Wipe the sltlll of the face chin throat and chest perfectly dry but do this by the dabbing or attlng mo lion as power Is applied Next apply pure cold cream The subsequent step of tlll lco treat ment cotsists to using the ico pro per With a smooth piece of leo about the size of the hand use a slow rotary motion on this trouble lines between the brows Then treat the troublesome crows feet at the corner of the eyes The deep lines of emotion drawn from the nose to a quarter or half Inch below the lips must be Ironed outward with a stroke toward the earlI anti vigorous treatment say for five mtuutes on either side of the face Apply Uw ice this time hollling ItI with the tips of the fIngers to thoI chin Stroke with an alternate move mont of the fingers of either hand from right to left and the r erseI Not only is this believed to be an ul tlmute euro for double chin but It Is as well an excellent preventive Immediately after give the skit a second coat of cream wherever the Ice has been applied to prevent crack Ing under the severe treatment LIn loving Memory of Lola Majrlos who after a Protracted Illness of Consumption fell asleep In the arms of Jesus on May 9 She leaves a broken hearted mother fuller font sisters one brother and a host of friends and roliLdvtli to mourn her loss but wo feel that hteir loss Is Lelas gain liS she hal chosen tho boter part and died quite happy Weep not dear parents aleliouglt the vacancy in your home shall never more bo refilled only think that lelas sufferings are sow over and that she Is with Jesus wafting to greet you on jUdgment morn Lela was 17 years and 11 months old and was loved by every one She was laid to rest In the McDowel burial grounds Tic large crowd of weeping frlenlls and beautiful lowers placed on her grave were evidenco of the love they hall for her She will be greatly missed LILLiE M DANNIE- IFor Better or for Worse The Twentieth Century Woman Is far moro InclIned to take aserious view of love and matrimony than eitp er her mother or grandmother appears to have been She may like adminis tration but as a rule she has no de sire to peso as a breaker of mens hearts Viewed even from a moral stand point the girl of the thirties the maiden of read blushes and sim plo white muslin frocks who was taught to regard every unmarried man who crossed her horizon as a probable lover and a possible husband was much more forward In spite of her vaunted modesty than the bachelor girl who looks the realitieS of lICeI straIght In the face and understands how the taking of a husband can prove a curSe as well as a blessing SUch a ono Is most likely to promIse to marry a man without a full attention to take him for betel or worse My Sweetheart A raven curla browneyed girl A form of sweet enchanting grace Imperious mlena very queen- Adimpled handa tiny band Of gold around a finger small A smile I seethoo on my knee Before this sweetheart mine I fall Weo maid of three so coy yet free To charm with wlnning watching nrS In coming years what hopes and fears Shell rouse with womans game of hearts Sarah Martyn Might In Juno Na tional Magazine KentuckYS Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon bo to Culli swing Are you Il touch with the trend of events in both parties Are you acquainted with the qualIfica- tions of the various candidates No newspaper In Kentucky is better tIt ted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Than the Loulsvlllo Herald Its reputation for fairness Is supreme Yau must hae a dally newspaper Our clubbing arrangement Is very attractive The Hartford Republican and the Louisville Herald both one year for 300 short time onl- yCorrespondence II Wanted We want a correspondent at each of the following p1acs Rockport iVY sox MClIenl Taylor Mines Ctomwell ArnoldHorse Branch Dundee Rosine and Fordsvillo We furnish stamps and envelopes tor mailing purposes andsend The Republican without cost Write us It YOU want to not for us 1 The Men ofthe New Navy Since leavIng the fleet Admiral Evans iias spoken relieatedly of the flue qualities of the class of men who now compose tho crows of the navy of the United States The admirals remarks on this subjett lire of striking Interest The betterment he says has been amazing In the last five years In the personnel of the enlisted men Because of the hotter class of mon that are being recruited and because of the better treatment they are receiving wo now have Ii personnel that commands my highest respect The men of recent years have been largely recruited front the middle West It woulll nut perhaps be sup posed that lads from the farms would make good sailors They dtl however i largo proportion of the men on the sixteen battleships that made tho long voyage from Hampton Roads to our Pacific ports never saw salt water until they onlllltcd and re- pertcd for dutyyet the fleet pursued Its memorable run without a hitch I of any kind Thu deportment of the men was creditable in every way I 11101longed fOl1lheupon their way This test Is of moment not only In regard to the ships themselves but In umnnhng them with young Amen cans without previous experience as sailors Their average of InfellI1o Is evidently high for education In these times Is within the reach of evory American child on II wile mover tttowa before These naval ee- eruits front the cornfields of whom Admiral Evans anti Admiral Sperryy- speitit In such high terms have sotmd principles and not one is illiterae- Tdlsy lire natives of the country and the lessons of pat intiuni have bean Installed In theta trout infancy It has been said by historians that wo hCffln the WILl of 1512 without praparation and that our crews even at the last were largely made up of aliens Malt1- festly the American Navy should he In the hands of Americans for to intrust such rosponsibilitie9 anti such valuablo property to any foreign ell- lment ignores the import ltttco of love or country Before the fleet called from Hampton Roads It was thought bet to dlsl1cnse tvltli the Asiatic servants because they represent nothing lu patriotism and might lumct a blow somewhere In the elaborate mechanism of a battle ship The pay o the army has been increased by the present Congress most of all for the privates and It Is likely that the personnel of the army will keep abreast of that of the navy If the nature of the ioyuge of the fleet had been fully known In advance there would have been a great rush for enlistment The journey around the world Is an education such as no university affords mud Includes a training that amounts to a profession In many respects A modern battleship Is a little world In itself and n rare exposition of machinery The obedience promptitude and skill required In the sailor put him on his mettle and lie Is in the midst of all emulation that brings out the best that Is it him In addition to advanc Ing the pay of the arms Congress has passed a measure to add to the effectiveness or the National Guard These trained young men In navy and army will constitute the first line of operations In case of trouble and the improveniont noticed while I safe guard In war tends also to IIIeserv- epeaceGlobo Democrat An American Venice It Is a surprising thing to know that New York City although not known ze the American Venice contains more islands than any city but Venice for within Its boundaries are thirty one separate and distinct Islands most of which encircled by deep water will afford unlimited shlplllllg no- comodations and dockage for the com merce of future years to reach UI- Ieheamedof proportions Judging from I past and present growth =Tho Giant City Now York Juno National Ma- gazhao Unjust to Grant In his Memorial Day address lit the tomb of Gen Grant Secretary Daft I made some renlaks on Grantss carOr Indicating as the secretary promptly admits that he gathered his Idea of the great soldier front one of the careless or pudlcell biographers who have written on his character and deeds Thero Is no proof what ever that Grant ever lost his self respect or that ho resigned his CRII talns commission In the regular Ilmy to avoid disgrace Ho tells the story In his Memoirs whlchl are a plain narrative by a truthful man Grant resigned becausE be Was unable on his army pay to reside with his wife and several children He had a hard and discouraging strugglo after he loft the army as many another man hits hxPetlenceddonabandontnc the profession fifoI which be was adu- cated but h kept onmanfuny with battle until the tide turned He e r L +++Ho + H +++ 2oo I+++++++ ++++++++++++++ t+ +F It eft 11THE KENTUCKY ii Power CoS1D t f al INCORPORATED Wltiv a I WIRH YOUR HOUSH WF COSTtttit + A n tBLECTIUU LIGHTS Aiu CLErL of t 4HEAI IIIV AND SAFE NOTIOME Ite OR BUSINESS HOUS1 SHOUlD + J BE WITHOUT THE I V HEN IN Fitoj 1 CI i 4 REACH iIJ1 t i E G BlRRASS llanager Iii J t i 2 0 ole 2 +WfdI o5o +++++++44d +WF ++o5o I WHEN n country becomes civilized it 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Catalogue which I describes and all makes and kinds O tires at about half the usual prices I write us Ii postal today UO NOT TUINlt OF tTFINO a bicycle DO NOT WJlITbut pair of tires from until you know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costa Ii postal to learn everything Write It NOW If JL MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL = = 1 = was distinctly a domestic utaaand al ways possessed the love of his Cnn11y In a high degree Grant distinguished himself liS young officer In the Mexican Wllr aI fulfllled his army duties on the clClc Coast IntellIgently and well HIs family was thousands of mills away I His resignation can be easily tinder stood The Idea that he was ever a drunkard Is repulsively false Strong drink watt nn occasional danger to him as is best shown bY the letter Gen Rawlings of his staff addressed to him which Grant took In the friendly spirit intended Grantwas reputably and steadily aC work when w ile war brute Out Ills fellow citi zoos at Galena ILt once recognized his personal worth and quttlIies of Iule- rlhlJl lie WtS fit for hl11l1elllate duyI It April iStl and ten mouths later received the surrender aL Donolton The fiber of manhood In Grant was never broken down Secretary Taft has a nihstaken Idea of the years of Grants hardest struggle for a l vell hood His estimate of Grant Is qulto Inaccurate As to thqquestlon of good taste in the secretarys address there Is likely to be only one opinion among old soldlers and the people generally Alas the pity pt ittGlobe Demo crat WRm v Lsv1F3e 4Ohio County Circuit Courtr F Iirkhead Judge ten D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldklff- slier Ed G Darrats Clerk Frank LL- elix Master CommlssloncrY L Mote tl Trustee Jury Fund It D Martin herlU Hartford DeputleaS Ar- atcl1er L P Crowder W C slIley J W Martin Grant Pollard curt convenes first Monday In Starch nd August and continues throe weeks lId third Monday tn May and November vo weeks 1Wl r y 77 f s j l County CourtW D Taylor JUdge r S Tinsley Clerk L M Woodward tourney IIl1rlor Court convenes rat Monday In each month Quarterly Courtiloahts on the tiled londoy In January April July and Oc Court of olattrlConvones lrst TuesI y In January and on the first TUea- ay In October Outer OlccrsN Mosley Surveyor trove S V Joach Assessor R6 oyJames De1SeeseSohool Superlnteny It Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner logo JUSTICES COUnTS J II Williams heaver DataMarch zt linG 3 September 21 December 2t W p Stiller Horse liranchMarch 26 tins Zi SeptlllIIJer eeemher 24- 1V S Lean Dun lNIarth 27 June September 20 December 27- 1v n Edge lorl1sv1l1elarch SJune September i December S D S Chamberlain red March 29 one 23 September 23 December IHerbert Render CentertownMarch- i Juno 29 September 25 December 30 John ii Mlles RockportMarch 31 une oj September 0 December rI- IAItTFOHD POLICE COURT R n Wedding Judge J S G1emsCity- ttorney S n Selbert Marshal Court onvenes second Monday In each month nEJIGIOUS SERVICES M Jo Church Sotli5orvlcca second nnday In each month at 11 a m and p m and Uh Snday 7 p rn Prayer heeling every Wednesday evening Rey troll Elxin Pastor ilaptlat ChurchServices held Satur lay night before second Sunday Sunday uul Sunday night and fourth Sunday nd Sunday night Prayer meeting every lhrsday evening lrs C P ChurehServlces first Sunday u each month at 11 a m and 7 p m tey north Pastor ChrlUon Churollerlcoa every rourU Sunday at Il a m and 7 p m Rev 1D Wright Pastor School Trustees JIarloruC M roe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M- ilarnett CIty CounoltJ IL VlIIlams Mayor M eroe Clerk S I Cox Trene- urer R E L stmtnceman C M Dar lett K E Ulrkhll1 Wayne Griffin iswlter WllllamtJ and JJrnest Ellis ECnFT SOCIISTIE- Sfnrtford Lod11e No G6 F S A Masons meets first Monday night In each EoLhomaeKeystone Chapter No Ito meets every third Satrday night In each month R tonlll lUsh Priest Itoueoe Render Secretary Rough River Lodge ro 110 Knlghtl Pythias meets every Tuesday nIght R D Walker C C R C Porter Ii- of R and S Hortord Tent ro 97 J O T M Phcunnord Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M heels fIrst Friday evening and third rltlnyatternoon of each month Mrs Lady Commander IIIs E D Plnllloton Lady Record keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A n holds regular meetings Saturday beO the first Sunday In each month F Porter Commander R A AnderaY idJt Ohio Tribe ro lSS Imp Order Red lien meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each mOnth Isaac Foster ley Sachem J tOcy Foster Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 730 G D Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the 71Signaturoof The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Mlley IS HY lONG DISTANCE THfPHONf For Rates Apply to Local Mgr tlmb8Iland Tel Tel GO psranrosarenhGo YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS lieAnroneiendingssketch anddeserl tlonmay- antokiucertatn our opinion an invention le II mmunlca tlonutrtctloond llltfatHANOBiloK on Patentsent free Oldest forsecuring patents Ialellll taken through b Co receive rpsrialaotluwltboulobaraolathsScientific A handsomely Illustrated weekly J rgestofttrcuiauonofanyarlentlao jOuru Terms t3- M trtB t tL t l h M ry i1ait r r r r T I r 1f f IMMENSEij j Beginning June 20 Ending June 27 j I ALL EYES THIS WAY =We are going to RUB OUT THE PROFIT by putting priceS on all our Summer Clothing Hats Shoes Dress GoodsII Etc that will make the dollars in your pocket fairly jump We have had a splendid business during the spring season andnow all lightweight things must get a move on themselves J at 1 at Ii 1 5c t at tr r Ii S i To be Held It Louisville Frem June 16 to 20 I 1908ITUESDAY JUNE J or Field workers First n JUNE Conference Broadway liethodnet I Conference Churcx Adult Conference Varier Jleunuri- al Church Conrorollce First i Pre Church t ti The Temperance and HousetolIouse- Vllthatlon C nrcrerce havo b oll allan Toned THURSDAY JLNE 18TH Joint utoettng of nil the ahove CII- feroncc Warren Memorial Church AFTERNOON First session or proper at the Arnfory SIxth and Walnut whoto all sessions of the Conferenco will ho Tho exercises wUl consist or John Potts who was of the Lesson Committee and Who died 5- I Dress Well And save money When we save we meanSve your self money on your spring andsummer Suit yourself the trouble of look ing elsewhere for a more moneysaving proposition a bet ter assortment of styles and patterns or a better fit Regular Price flubOut Price 850 500 1000 675 1250 850 1400 1050 1500 1150 1600 1250 1700 1300 1800 1350 Bc 4c 5c are not can IrtiIIrtn lroadway- I Christian TOlichen Trstnwg byterinn Convention chairman say save October 10130 The prlnclpal address of the even Ing isbyDrGeo W Trutt of Tex as on the theme of tHe convention Wo Would See Jesus FRIDAY TUNE Irrii A survey or the General FIeld when reports will be read showing the ntatvelous of the work In all parts of the lnternntlonal Field during the last trlonnhtm I- you f want your eyes opened to the vastness of the Sunday school work dont miss this session This will take uv both the forenoon and the after noon sessions At the erenlng sos slon there will be two addresses SATURDAY JUrCla S1rII Tho Lesson Committee will mnlt Its reportand most of the forenoon wit be taken up In the discussion of thi report and it will probably be one 01 the Uvest sessions ot the Convention Dont miss It Saturday afternoon the Conrentlo mill take a halr1wlllday for rest ant sight seeing Saturday erenth therl will bo a moving picture ethIWtion o views from mlssJon flelda that promises to be one of the most interusdn g features of the Convention There wli be also n address on WsaonJ 1- you are ted lu mJuloas or art willing to becoBl hIterute4 lie ear to attend this aeeeloe SUNDAY JUNE SfST Our viaitlagbrethreeaaiataterd full visit The Saady eekJ I31i t 1030 a at ad rill flA tJaeTarlO pulpits oI tile dtr at the u A eeloet s M i i The Man and His Hat How often they disagree But this is i the time they willagree Regular Price RubOut 100 80c I ggiq 125 135 250 175I300 225 Colored Wash I Antrim Lawns regular 6c 4c Superior and Ba tiste regular price lOc Rubout price Bc Fine Dimities and Organdies reg ular 15c Rubout 11c Lucerne 1 and Organdies regular 1 price 25c Rubout 20c I service In the atterno t a great Temperance Mass Meeting wlll bo held In the ArmoryA Congress presided over by Marion Lawranco will- be held at the Union Methodist Church Sixth and Broadway and a great Tea chore Conference presided over by Her bert H Monlger at the Trinity lI- E Church Third and Guthrie My Isnt that great Mr Lawrxuce ex poets at least 1000 and Mr Moninger an equal number of teachers The city ought to be crowded with visitors from aU over the State At night there will ho Uf teen mass meetings held at fifteen dif- ferentI churches In the city nil to I consider the general topic The Sun I day School and JUNE 22D The forenoon will ho taken up wIth reports from committees the I of officors the selection ot the plnco I of the next convention It will be a live session and those Who miss It- t will miss nn epoch making day In the history of Sunday schools Monday at ternoon the departments of Touche I Training Home Internet dlate Department and Visitation will receive consideration At 396 the Convention will break Into conterences o every form of whrk t This will be the session lit which Sou- o will get special help by oa afford to miss It Washington the noted negro educator will speak and so great wlll be the desire to hoar these two great men that probably you can not be admitted except by ticket TUESDAY JUNE 23D Dr Bailey wUl tell us about the Worlds Sunday School Convention and such topics as Co operation The Lessson Editors Tho Lesson Writers The Publishers will be discussed In the afternoon the following topics will pro discuss ed An Appeal to Young Manhood for Christian Services How May Each Serve the Other The Public School and the Sunday School The Pastor and the Sunday The Theolo gical Seminary and the Sunday Schoo11 Tuesday evening the closing session n unique feature will be of Fifty Snt- enco Impressions or the Convention by fifty delegates This will be followed by an by Bishop Galloway and a Closing Ser vice by Dr Truett Then will come to an end the greatest Sunday school convention ever held In the world one that wnl find Its place In Sunday time and it you msslt you vrillmlee the of a lifetime II tIoIII88IaCIt sI- J I w d r 11 Thing n gone throughour shoe stock andcollected the odds ends and broken lots placing them five lots i as follows Lot No1 65cworthup to 115 r Lot No to Lot No3 100worthup to Lot No4 125worth up to 200cLot No5 150worthup to 300 IfyoU only knew the quality Y quantity quality there is in these Shoes you would say the is too little for them + SP6CIHL B TF G7 INS 4Two hundred bundles Pound Prints per bundle during this sale Also Remnants Percale in5lb bundles per Five hundred Ernbroideryand Insertion Rubout All Calicoes Hoosier Domestic We will make special prices on Mattings and many other things during this sale No goods charged prices Call before these bargains pickedover 1these have supplied yourself with Spring and Summer Clothing and other wearing apparel you save money by attending this sale Dont forget the time and place Carson Co PROORAM NATIONALS ASSOCIATION HiIll- CouCoreuco Curdr- WIDNT131AY 17T- HElemenry Qhurcl- 1lutormedlMe Presbyterian FORENOON 11re1d rer development Price Goods price Rubout price Aristo price price Tissue price Superintendents superintendents Missions- MONDAY Department HousetoHouse departmental departmental speclatlit Denominational Lesson School Introduction opportunity quantity price rI bundle yards worth price early already INCORPORATED whath Hartford Ky f eXIGoernor allnKoadoRelieveree5 alpitatioaoitheheartDkeehxliM Big Shoes 85cworthup WYSOX 4 Juno lOarmers are beliind with their work on account of the rainy weather Mr Ebon Shultz and Oren Camp field left the 2nd for South Dakota to look out a location Mr Joe Davenport and Mr Clay burn Wilson the Ice cream supper at Prentis Saturday night Mr J A Dlggerly who has been quite ill for the past weekls improving Mrs Sabra Nelsson was the guests of her mother Rachel Davenport Satur day night and Sunday Mrs Laura Konedy who has been quite sick Is Improving Mrs Ell trunk of Oakland was the guest of R Y Davenport Mrs Annie Peters of Beaver Dam Is visiting and friends In this community Bro ruck of Central City filled his regular appointment at Wysox Christian Church Sunday and Sunday night with a large attendance Mrs Harvey Taylor Is on the snick list Mr Torn Maddox McHenry spent Surr day with MrBud Maddox Mr John Green has gone to Grayson Kytoisllend several ivaaks for his health Mr Rude Davenport kndMr John Knight went to Beaver Dam Tuesday to get their awe binder Miss Maymee Taylor is visiting tn- D everDIMIMEtti Adkins and her niece Y r r ti 11 We have im mense all and in 125 150 of and of of election address attended Monday natives Eva Allklns of McHenry visited her rGeorgoMr Goo Shultzand family of Tenn ffIat Mr Kennedys l In Memory On Juno 1st the death angel came and summoned Robert E Haynes to 7Fyhimdevotedrhusband i He Is survived by tour brothers six sisters mother wife and daughter and a host of friends and relatives I tothinkbut when we look at tho brighter side and remember that lIe who doeth all things wll has called him from his sufferings surely wo cnn bear it Services were conducted by Rev N I alargowlll bo greatly missed J R MiLBUIU Notre 3 The Sulphur Springs District Un Ion of the A S of E will meet at SUlphur Springs on Saturday at ono j oclock P m June 13 1908 Every local Is requested to send delegate cotneandbusiness We anC torarrange if market our oWRPJ9du r 4 H D DURCii Preeldent r l 4 4 1 1