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J i Ifi l 4 aK r ftqubIicauSf4 n sFine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OP OIlKf COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year h n VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 26 1908 No49p STATES MONEY ALMOST GONE Officials May be Able to Avoid Extray Session Waste of Funds by Democratic Administration Leaves treasury In Bad Shape Frankfort Ky June 22The pro liability of an extra session of the Legislature to provide funds with which to carry on the State govern ment until the Sheriffs turn into the Treasury the taxes to be gaticred this Tall is discredited by the State of ficials here- Treasurer Edwin Farley believes that there will be no necessity for an ex tra session as creditors are taking warrants and will assist his department Many of the holders of these war rants are using them as collateral in their business having discounted them at their banks Of course it is only the warrants for the larger amounts which are causing the Treasurer any Concern and he believes that the genera1 pubic is willing to assist him in this manner f He has received several letters from the holders of warrants to this effect and they all seem anxious to help the State in tiding over the temporary em barrassment caused by the almost kjirofllga use of the State funds by the preceding administration While the Treasury is at present lower In funds than it has ever been before except perhaps In 189Gwhen an extra session of the Legislature had to be called and the issue of Interest bearing warrants authorized there will be sufficient funds coming in in the tall to carry on the State government The condition of the State Treasury is generally depressed at this time of year but for eighteen years it has never shown such a surprisingly low ebb as at present The reason for the shortage is as Treasurer Farley has on numerous oa icasions explained that the money has been used largely In payment of past due warrants contracted by the Dem ocratic administration prior to Jan wary of this year A few days after assuming the duties of his office Treasurer Farley was con fronted with warrants for the payment of nearly 600000 covering claims against the State which should have been paid months before Capt Farley wrote a letter to the jailer of Mason county a few days ago explained why warrants are not being paid by the State and he gives some pertinent and timely statements rev I gardlnb the financial condition of the State at this time The letter is as follows The Hon W W Mcllvlan Jailor of Mason county Maysville Ky Dear Sir Your letter the 16th inst inform ing me that you hold auditors war rant No 7087 of May C 1908 for 52030 which you put In bank for col Hectlon and which was returned unpaid receIvedII that funds are so low in the treasury at this time that we are un able to pay many of the warrants that are Issued We must pay the warrants Issued for the maintenance of the charitable institutions pentltentlarles etc and they take precedence over the other character warrants The reason for the shortage of money at this time is simply because It has been used In payment of current and past due bills When I assumed the duties of this office on January 7 there was turned over to me something over 1000000 but on the morning of the 8th oridle month one dayrafter taking office there was presented a warrant for pay ment in the neighborhood otGOO 000 covering bills that ought to have been paid months before This was fol lowed In quick succession by other warrants for past due claims until Tyithln three weeks time after tak l fag charge of the office something like 4900000 was paid out on claims month previous Thus together with current bills left the treasury almost sincetof State running s will Jbq the case until the sheriffs begin to turn In taxes gathered this fall after which time we hope to be able to mesa warrantaiaa they are drawiiur tJC wf lrI believe the treasury dsbaUp esent lower Jln funds than Is has ever been 1 r before except perhaps in 189C when the meaning administration at the that time found no money on hand and nearly a million dollars of outstanding war rants past due and you will remember that an extra session of the Legisla ture had to be called at that time and Interestbearing warrants authori zed issued to meet the dilemma We hope to be able to manage affairs this year BO that it may iot be necessary to call an extrasession of the Legisla ture und only ask our friends to be a little patient for a short time The Auditor usually audits all claims that come in and Issues warrants which ar sent to the claimant so that he may if he sees fit use said warrants in bank as collateral for such accomodutions as he may need for a short time When funds sufficient to meet all outstanding warrants are on hand the public will be duly notified and all such warrants paid E FARLEY Has Acc dIL The Central City Argus says Rev W B Wright has accepted the call to the Christian church at Salem Ind He will take charge of his new church and move his family there next month Rev Wright has many friends in this section and he has tlnelr beet wishes for his success and wlfan In his new field of la bor Rev Wright him been pastor of the Christian Church at Hartford for quite awhileand his many friends and the people hereabouts will regret ex ceedingly that they will no more be permitted to hear his excellent sermons However we understand that his new location Is a very desirable one YOUNG MAN DROWNS IN ROUGH RIVERI Seized With Cramps Before Assistance can reach Him Narrows Ky June 24 Forest Kirby the sixteenyearold son of Mr E G Kirby was drowned In Rough River here at three oclock Sunday ufternooi A number of men and boys had gone to the river to bathe and had beep I unfortunateIlyI his struggling was observed and be sank before effective help could reach him The toy was a poor swimmer but It Is believed that he was seized with cramps as he had Just complained of difficulty in the movement of his lower limbs He went down In fifteen foot water about thirty feet from the bank and his body was recovered an hour later Dr Lawless was present when the body was brought up and made heroic but frulntless efforts to rev suscitate It Within an hour after the accident a hundred people lined the river banks sharing the horror of the second awful tragedy that has fallen upon this quiet village Having stood four times at the closing tomb over my own loved hon ored and yet unforgotten dead I would shirk this painful task but that the dead boys father has been my faith ful friend in youth in manhood and still is such in our advance In years the boy had grown up atmy door and been the playmate of my children who wept over his death as though he had been one of them It needs none of the charity for the dead to write of Forest Kirbys brief life Brief and eloquent was that tri bute paid him by a friend a taw hours after his death I never knew that boy to doa thing i thought was wrong What higher tribute could be paid the deadOut of an humble heart tpuched to pity springs this simple yet appealing epitaph fit to adorn the tpmb of a saint A large concourse of people followed the remains to Mt Vernon burying ground Monday where after funeral services by Rev Virgil Elgin they wero laid to lasting and painless rest Although death must be the part at last of every mortal man that lives Its cpmlng ever stirs in human hearts the bitterest dregs of grlof and leaves a cloud of sadness that only days and nights and weeks and months can finally dissolve For the wounded hearts of the parents and family ot this good boy I know no balm but hope and time A soul so pare sand good as his it Is+ fair tohopeJfflS cendeduato Gd alirielllCdlte theirteorrow 1ier1i at reifnit9 theme with their boy w7 i j f f I rT r 1 1 VVr t PRES CANTRELLS STRONG SPEECH Defends the Cause of Equity Before Large Audience Burley Gabwers Learned Their Lesson From Fight in Green River District One of the best Equity speeches every heard in Ohio County was made by Hon J Campbell Cantrlll at the Fair ground hero last Saturday to an audience which probably num bered 1000 Mr Cantrlll Is the State President of the A S of E having been elected last January at Henderson to succeed David Moreland This was his first visit to Ohio County but ho now has many friends here who will be glad to welcome him back He was I given close attention notwithstand nO1seatingor on ground The meeting was called to order by C M Barnett who introduced National Secretary 0 D Puuleyof Indianapolis who after a few remarks Introduced Mr Cantrill He paid splendid tribute to the society in Ohio county and West memIbers farmlTheby the burley district was discribed by the speaker in vivid detail bringing out many points which were new to his hearers He told how the bur pa8ol1edto starvation figures and then the pool was resorted to In 190G7 with the no crop Campaign this year He brought the good news of entire success in their fight and stated that they were now assured of more money for the 1U07 crop than they could have gotton for th eone which would have grown this year under the old 1011tuckythe list of Stated in education and attribute It to the tat that lie boys on the farm had been kept in the to bacco fields instead of at school the price of the product being so low that Is has reduced the growers to a form of slavery cutting them off from the advantages In life enjoyed to a larger extent even by the black race The speaker appealed to hit audi ence to stand by the principles of Equity and to maintain the organiza tion as the only means of freedom from an intolerable condition but he condemned lawlessness and urged obe dience of the statutes to the letter Referring to the use of the State militia in the present trouble he quoted Judge ORears statement at Frank fort last January you cant drive an idea into the head of an AngloSax on with a bayonet He said the out breaks on only the surface were indications of a deep seat ed disease which must be eradicated in order to effect a perms nent cure Mr Cantrlll closed his speech of one hour with a strong and eloquent appeal to the people here whom he dlslgnated as pioneers in Equity to stand by the society strengthen and perpetuate its influence for nil time A Birthday Celebration oflfriendshome of Mrs Columbia Allen for the purpose of celebrating the ninetieth anniversary of Mrs Allens mother Mrs Julia E Kirby The guests came with well filled baskets and at noon sumptuousre past was spread before the large crowd on the beautiful lawn Every one partook heartily of the delicious eatables and seemed to enjoy It hear tily also The afternoon was also very pleasantly spent The older folks spent the evesiagrtn a friendly old time social way talking over the happT events of their younger days while itf jrobngeraetwere entertain ingrfodtsibth16r seemed Uor be delighted to have the 3 honor of paying such respect to one of such a great age + flVJIchildrenKlrby Mrs bin A1IH Mrs David Hooker and Mrs Geraldine Hfiict None of her children were present on this occaison except Mrs Allen with whom she livesThe near relatives present were Messrs bosh Mldklff Willie lore man and families and Fred Allen Oth era present were Messrs J W Daniel E P Foreman C J Boswell T S Boswell E D Foreman Rev1Vill Foreman and families alsoMesdames Al loll Elizabeth Harrison Martha A Boswell and Nora Midklff Ella I Harl and chJldrenMr and Mrs Chas Blacklock from Arkansas were also present r Foraker for Taft Washington June 23Untll the convention made a nomination every Republican hind a right to have his choice said Senator Foraker lint now it is no longer a question of men but a question of party This way Secretary Taft becomes my candidate for the Presidency and while under all the circumstances can probably debut lit sir yet I shall do all 1 can to help eltuif iron Republicans will now quit coat ndhmg among themselves anti turn ail tuclr guns on the common enemy NATIONAL TOBACCO GROWERS ASSN TO MEET Will Atempt to Hold Association Together for Futher Work Clsny Ky June 4 According to a resolution passed by the Board of Directors of the N T GA at a meeting held by them In Owensboro Ky on May28 1908 I am notifying you so that you can notify your Board of Control to meet with the different Boards of Control of the several districts in Kentucky growing differ ent types of tobacco at Howling Green 1OSIIs to means continuation of the N T U A We deem this matter one of exceeding impor lance I v eraIn the first place It Is absolutely necessary that the different districts which are uiidtc time several orgimza tlons should at least recognize the Importance of cooperation in pric ing helling and limitation of crop growing Those mutters we consider of tohac1cowhat ditrlcts they arc associated with I We deem the further necessity of general cooperation among all tobacco growers for the fact that it is an undisputable question but what one type of tobacco can be subistuted for Another type to a certain extent if rot wholly so It is true however that it would be a difficult matter to sub stitute one type of tobacco wholly for another but at the same time if you advance tine price of the raw material of one type and depreciate anothe type it will certainly be substituted one for another Together with those facts as we see the situation after a careful in toIIKentucky almost if not quite won the fight for their freedom and the right to price their product We trust your Board will consider this meeting one of vital Importance and will be present und give us the aid of your wjse counsel as to whether you want to extend and continue a N T G A if you taU to Join us in this meeting we will be forced to decide that you do not care to cooperate with the rest of the districts in Kentucky i Wishing you and your Association great success we remain Fraternally E L DAVENPORT v Big Kof P Meeting The Grand Lodge Knights of Py thins will convene In Lexington on September 26 to 24 at which time the dedication of the widows and or phans home tarlll take place This will be one of the greatest gathering of Pytthianis In thei his tory ot thel Stateuand jpreparaUqna are bela tta decby tharLexingtbn de- hegatioirie tee ita thevdeitingkde- legnt4slt1rahda tglmu rtH s- J 1 esv EXPRESIDENT CLEVELAND DEAD 111 Many Months But Death Unexpected Long and Eventful Career Closes With Devoted Wife at His Side Princeton N J Juno 24Qroer Cleveland twice President of the United States died at S40 oclock tins morning at his home Westland in this quiet college town where he had lived since his retirement as the nations Chief Executive almost 12 years iigu An official statement given out and signed by the three phyiscjans gave heart trouble superinduced by tom ach and kidney ailments of lone stand lug as the cause of death Winle Mr Cleveland had been In poor health for the past two yours and hud lost 100 pound in weight his death came umexi cell S mime three weeks ago he was brought homo from Lakewood where ills con dition for a time was such that time hotel at which he was staying was koH open after its regular season because he was too ill to be moved Hut wham Mr Cleveland was brought back to Princeton he showed signs of Improvement and actually gained five pounds in weight Although confined to his room con tinuously after his return to Prince ton It was not until yetserdiiy that unleasinesswho remained with him constantly Undoubtedly affected by the heat Mr Cleveland showed signs of failure and Mrs Cleveland telephoned to Dr Bryant who came over from New York on the train arriving here at 421 p in CAREER OF CLEVELAND 1S37Bormi at Caldwell Essex county X J Starch 1- 51Slfter accademlc education be camo clerk In law office In Buffalo 18C9 Admitted to the bar and began practice of law In Buffalo 1863 Became Assistant District Attorney of Erie county New York j 1870 Elected Sheriff of Erie county New York- 1SSlElected Mayor of his hoin city Buffalo X Y 1882 Nominated und elected as Gov ernor of Xew Turk on the Democrat ic ticket 1884 Elected President of the Unit JamellGthirtyseven electorial votes 1SS Married In White House to Frances Folsom June 18SS Nominated for 2IUnited States by feated by Benjamin Harrison Republican 188J Returned to law practice lo cating In New York 1892 Again nominated for President by Democrats and elected defeating President Harriosn 1897 Retired from the Presidency and active political life and took up his residence at Princeton N J Princeton University conferring upon him the degree of LL D 190S Died at Princeton N J FOR THE BUSY READER Twent four companies manufachu ing uiaiillla wrapping paper pleaded guilty to violating the Sherman anti trust law in the Federal Court in New York and were lined 1000 each John H Parkes who headed the combine and Is under indictment has fled to Europe The Citizens Bank of Dover Ky cloyed its doors Monday The bank was capatallzed at 7500 with deposits amounting to only 7000 It is claimed thecloslng of the bank was made neces sary by the recent closing of a bank at Aberdeen Ohio Not a cent of moray or a piece of paper was found In the bank UopklnsvilleI 1 nttkAbJltheuWeptern Kentucky Asylum to suc oeed prJW Stevens of Todd coun i ty The appointment was a surprise to Dr Gardiner and friends as he had made no effort to secure the position He was Superintendent of the Wes tern Kentucky Asylum for throe yearn front 1 897 being appointed by Gov Bradley and was connected with tlie Lakeland Asylum earlier In life He is a leading Republican of Hopkins county and one of the best known physicians of Western Kentucky and well deserves the honor shown him A Good Man Gone Mr W H Duke one of Ohio count most highly respected citizens died at his residence at Sunnydalo last Monday morning after an illness of about two weeks of flux Ills re mains were Interned in th local cemetery yesterday after funeral services conducted by his pap or Rev Virgil Elgin Mr Duke was nearly 05 years old nt the time of his death He loaves a wife and fight children all grown one of whom is Mrs U S Carson of Hartford He Is also sur vived by three sisters and three broth era The sisters are Mrs W HMoore Mrs Virgil Rwnfrow and Mrs T H- Uron The brothers are Mecsr Thorn as J D and Robert Duke He was a good man and will bi greatly missed TAFT AND SHERMAN WEIGH 500 LOS Republican Ticket is The Weight est in the Countrys History The Chicago ticket is the weightiest ever put out by a national convention in the history of the country Secretary Taft and Representative Sherman would make the scales register close to 500 pounds exceeding by nearly 100 pounds the combined weight of any ticket ever before nominated j Up to this time the record was held by the Democrats when they nomina ted Grover Cleveland In 1892 At that time Mr Cleveland weighed about 275 pounds His running mate Adlai Ste venson was the direct opposite weighting not over ICO pounds making the total physical abilities of the team about 425 pounds McKinley and Hobart nominated by the Republicans in 1896 made up a pretty heavy team recordIhad become heavier than that when In Congress reaching close to 190 pounds Vice President Hobart weigh ed about 200 pounds giving an aggre gate weight of ItSO pounds to the tick et The McKlnleyRoosevelt ticket weigh ed somewhat less than that President Roosevelt not being as heavy then as now He weighed at the time of his nomination about 185 pounds The Presidents present weight is a little over 200 pounds and he has been gain ing flesh right along despite his effort to keep down- Secretary Taft has laughingly declared that no real gentleman weighs over 300 pounds but is willing to admit that he barely comes within tho Inhibition keeping close around the 300pound mark at all tines Walk Ing and horseback riding have little effect In reduction producing a fine appetite resulting in more flesh The secretray Is a good walker his paco being rapid His fat Is distributed all over his body He is not particularly sensitive about his weight although he would like to reduce It for the com forthe would derive from carrying less avoirdupois It Is expected that he will have many suggestions from flesh reducing experts but ho will be too busy to bother with any of these Llko most fat men he has learned he admits that starvation Is about the only rem edy for too much fat and that med clines accomplish nothing Representative Sherman Is a 200 pounder He Is portly and has a florlal face showing an adundance of blood Grover Cleveland would never tell how much he weighed but men who know thatIhe was not so heavy and among those are men Intimately acquainted with both Mr Cleveland Is not as tall as Secretary Taft nor as broad look Ing He has a much larger neck and is portly butthe Ohio man has a great legsIthatrcarryhis easeiv f y v t t 1 c Li r rr F t 4 I 4- r 4 1 t un AND SUER I MAN THE TICKET Each Named by Overwhelming MaJority VndEntbuslasm Reign at the Tifl2eEacil Candidate Is Named Comentlon Hall Chicago June 19 For President of the United States wnUam lJ Taft of OhioIraft on the first ballot Taft by 702 votes raft by the unanimous choiceI rot the convention Such is the rooord of the culmlnat lon day of the Republican National convention of 1908 effected amid scene of tumultuous enthusiasm and after u nerverackiugcontiuhous session last lug nearly eight hours With President teamed and platform enunciated there remains only the nomination of tile Vice President to completh this momentous work To night the whole eLy Is given over toI x11d exultation n nunor of the new candltlaate whose name goes echoin through the country The picture wlthlll the walls of the vast nmphitheateras the Presidential carilllclato was named todsy was one truly JrRIII1OfC 11 Its magnitude In front to the blllowlllg sea ofimmanity- rertless after hours of walling and stirred from ono emotion to Wall In favor of expectancy anothlrj culnlnuting vote lhe favorito Sons of other States had been named save Knox and La- Follettee and now on the roll call como Ohio A + the Buckeye State coached the tail gIIut forth of wasI doro E Burton with tudenthke und severe btek clerical glrb vancal to time phtfornt to nominate i Ohlos soice He candidateIthrough the groat building The closeI of his speech of nomination signal for loosing the long pentup feeling of the Taft IgelonIInstanely the their feet other Ttft States following while the convention hosts In gallery j and on floor broke auto mad demon Stratton I Taft Taft W H Taft came In a roar from the Ohloaus- Megaphones I seemed to spring from I concealed places and swell the Taft silk banner bearing the familiar feature of the statesmanSecretary was swun before the delegates awaknlng a fresh whirlwind of enthusiasm All semblance of order had bee abandoned and the delegates arena was amuelstornn of gesticulating men the guidons or the States were sntch ell up by the Tart enthusiasts o borne under by the storm of disorder The band was inaudiblea mera whisper above the deafening volume of sound For ten fifteen then twenty minutes this uproar continued ItI was a repotltion or the seem of yesterday when the nHlle of Roo throw the eouveutioa Into a frenz1 repotted In tutansity and almost In duration But there Iii t lillllt to the ph8lcul- reourcos of throat and hags relays had not been eetublished and at last the tired voices died down to a hoarse shout amid finally ub4l1led rills tIll now Rawa the opporlmity nOIllIInutlontornIII his big rouid CaN beaming tJrth on the synipatltotic multitude lUll its splendid baritone voices Welling forth like lIe tones of a great church orgfln- Cullforuius tribute to Tuft was brief i dud fervid Non there was another lull in mho Taft movement willie the re matmdng candidates were placed In nomination It was lute lu the atternimn before tie oOnventou mow literally swolterln aftellJIifJrlrpuenee and time decks wore at la tjciearetl for time culminating act irut nu just all time lamst swell of story the secoaduig speech for La- Follette hal died away like a cyclone trnl1lll ellRr sky burst a La Jollotte- 1emolltantlon which nearly swept the onvention from its vary bearings I It wu the same Ieafoning wave If- iouarl that had gruetcd Hooovelt yes1- terday tutense and madden jng and with the vital ring of touunu ottimsiasm It oEemed IUI though Wisconsin had suddenly pSOplecl every foot of the galleries The delegates sat eolllll and waiting except the fruuttc Wisconsin but the unvonUon for the time being was In I the possession of the galleries Now a singular transformation occurred j Gradually the whirlwind veered from La Jollolto to Roosevelt A liaiuner bearing the Roosevelt portrait and waved from the gallery was tho signal for the change but In the t r confusde babel Of voices there was no distinguishing where the La Follette cheers ended and those tot Rbosevelt began Amid this 1ll11demouium and with the galleries in full contri Chairman Lodge decided upon theoric action in order again to make the convention master of Its affairs Ho ordered the toll calfof States to begin for the vote on President Such a call under such circumstances of intense confusion has probably never before occurred In the history of national conventions The Secretary was powerless to make his call of the States heard above thei deafening clamor Seizing a mega phone he shoutde the roll of Statesi Alabama Arkensasbut lute voice was swallowed up In time mad uproar Gradually however the curiosity of the muttitude conquered their enthu siasm and they lapsed Intd silence to hear the result of the roll call A hush of expectancy hung over the assembly as the call proceeded Hasty summaries showed that Taft wasI far In advance When New York was reached the Taft column totaled 427 Ohio carried the Taft total to 511 or twenty more than enough to nominae Still the call went on until the final result was an nouuced by Chairman Lodge IFor Theodore Roosevelt 3 votes for Joseph U Foreakerot Ohio 16 o1gCallInon of OteiI ofiH Tart of Otto j02 votes Great shout went up as Lodge concluded his annuncement and with one accord the cohorts of Cannon and Knox and Hughes and the other heroes joined u a common rtlbute for the can did ate ot the party GOIDoutell for Cannon and Henry of Georgia for Forsaken and Cocheus of Wisconsin for LJ lollett seconded the movement for a unanimous vote to the candidateIet the Republican party flung to the breezes last Friday as the National Re publican Convention concluded with the nominatlon of James S Sherman of- New York for Vice PrOldent amid a final roar of tumultuous denmoustra- tioii Again the vast usesmiubly was swept with waves on wvesiaand wild exultant clamor as the multitude realizing that t at lust the work was dome and the ree Republicanggoes country i in one lat mighty outburst ol entlUlsl bearnstandard In the struggle- now at hand- Another Inspiring picture wps pre itsrfor Vice Preldent The enormous throngs had waited through an hour of oratory sweltering In the heitIaden atmosphere packed as ho fore Into solid utasses of humanity with only here and there a few vacant spots lm time remote gallerytime delei gates In the broad arena below the Imgl1t hued sprigs of femiuityin time cIrcling galleries and over all the enveloping folds of old glory From the outset It was distinctly a Sherman crowd with galleries already songsjandmareiners starting the echoes ringing YorkIlandlduteOn the call of States Delewareyleld GovjinInomlnatlonchoice for the Vice Presidency Now same a surprise as the venerable Canton with its Llncolnliko Is age and scraggy heard emerged tram toe UHllols delegation find stepping to the platf m was yielded unanimous Couseut to oaecontl time nomination of Shermllll Such u 111Itulo of study honuely plaits Amelicmiclthen hlll as Cannon presented as he advanced before the throng wimlch rose lJ do lulu homage 1lNs never before been seen before II national Convention The vote resulted In 816 out of ISO fir Shernm KentuckyS Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon bo In full swing Are you imi touch with the trend of events In both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifica tions or time various candidates No newspaIlIJr In Kentucky Is better fit ted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Than the Louisville Herald Its reputation- for fairness Is supreme Yau must have n dally newspaper Our clubbing arrangement Is very nttrac- tive The Hartford Republican and they Louisville Herald both one year for + 300 short time only NOTINNEYORGANIZATION Vice President Bibb Says Mc Lean County is Out I Asks 6embers to Remain Out of New anti Stand by the old Organization t In order to correct some statements published In Ownesburo papers that were misleadlllg I will In brief give time proceedings of McLean county with reference to the new organization amid ask every fair minded man to decide for himself At the meeting of the A S of E May 7 called by S D Robertson county president for the purpPSe of determining whether or not we would go Into the new organization time decision was In favor of the new organ Ization upon the condition that time members of the new organization bind themselves to the 10000 hill or acreage pledge liS time A S of E orgammiz- ation has heretofore and Is now doing which qtly can be done by each Individual signing the pledge and not simply the organization endorsing It because his right or ownersnlll has not been transferred to any man or set of men After tills meeting we waited patiently four weeks with all cyem on Davless county and then In answer to a letter frojn S B Robertson lr Henry S Berry said that for several reasons no acreale pledges would be circulated this year Now In view of the foregoing facts to prove that we are not In the new organization a meeting was culled for June 10 nt 9 a m by W E Itibb vlce preddeat of the McLean county union A S of E for the purpose of outlining future plans for the A S of E urgauizttigmm At the meeting It wN8 agreed that pooling pledges be circulated SOOII as possible after n meeting of Oreen River district of the A Soof E which will be called at thenear future Nuw on the acme date Juno 10 It 1 p nt a meeting was called by E U Mc Ewen of the tobacco growers of Mc Lean county for the purpose as he said of detelll1lnlng whether or not we were In the new organization Now friends we will give In brief the proceedings of this meeting that you may decide for yourselves which o the two nmeetings were legal and right The meetlllg was called to order and a B McEwn was elected temporary chairman The Hon Henry S Derry was present it compliance with a re quest of a new organization man knowing hint to be a competent wit mess as to what Davless county had done on time acreage pledge time chairman called on him to testify iu brief wo give his answer In his own langu age towl- tJr Berry has the acreage pledge been circulated In Diwless counts o Now tell us why Because we knew the independent wlllg would not sign It Anther rear SOOIl we did not circulate It is that we were afraid new territory would be opened up for tobacco ralNlllg thereby producing a surplus which we would rather It he produced by the independents of time dltsllet and especially as- Mr Igleheart an agent for the Trust ha psrommlesd Mr Sou Ewing that they would take at the same price but ho does not name the price all that would be raised even though there be a Surplus pruvlded We cur tail the next crop ff they the trust demnumis It lotlng them lie the sole judge Now friends who believes titlll promise made by time trusts 11r Berry says he dues Before time nmeetlhg adjourned n motion was made api certain whether or not Dtvless county ha complied with time acreage lhnit This motion the chair decided out of order its a called meeting of time A S of E Iay 7I111d taken definite action ou this queastion and that a umeeting of the tobacco growers cuold nut undo any action taken byauneetmig of the A S of JJ 1 After sonic urgent diseusslnn by several A S of E men time IIJr did allow a vote to be taken The motion carried only a Jew of the A S of E members voting beCIllse It was illegt- al liS the chair decided and ail they saw it- Now farmer friends look at the question fairly Are we In tto now organlztalon Take Mr Ilerrys evi I dance take the action of aU the meet tugs and I am satisfied with your declsslon Is it bettet to stay with the A aof E organization that hats raised the price or our tobacco by controllIng acreage and setting the price or go to a new tine thlll proposes to overproduce and create a sur plus which W6 till know would affect the price In conclusion I pray that nothing will be said that Is umislead- ing that will stay with the ship that has carried us thlsdarW Vice President McLean UnIon of A S 10f liJ He Got What He Needed Nine years ago It looked l1S l my I tlmo had come pays MrC Farth Ing of Mill Creek had Ter I was so run down that lIfo hung on a very slender thread It was then my drug gists recommended Ellectrlc Betters I bought a bottle an I got what I neededstrength I had one foot In the grave but Electric Bitters put Is back on time turf again and Ive been I well ever since Sold under guarantee at all druggists 5e m I WOMEN IN FARAWAY AUSTRALIA Result of Equal Suffrage of The Sex In An tipodes Throughout the whole of Australia woman works imsoulder to shoulder with mom She come In contact with film at time poll Ing booth in time professions and time arts In trade and In commerce she meets him In sports at she labors beside luau in the field and et- despite all croaking prophecies to the contrary she has riot lost ono jot of the admiration and respect which man hus always felt for her as the maker of his hone and the mother of his chil drenWomanhood suffrage which Is at present convulsing the motherland has tong been an accomplished fact in Australia The first State to grant It In 1894 was South Australia where women are allowed to sit In Parliament but have never done so Western Aus trail followed next itm 1899 New South Wales In 1902 three months after the right to vote for Federal members had been grantedtothesex throughout the Commonwealth Then came Tasmanian 1903 and Queensland in 1905 In Vfc toria the suffrage lies not yet been granted the bill having been blocked by women themselves a number of the sex fought vigorously against it as they considered It would mean In they consider It would mean In creased power for the labor party A loousetomouse canvass was made witch resulted In a petition signed by 27000 women being presenuted to Parliament and the bill was defeat ed The ur versal suffrage was not won without a struggle and many women worked unceasingly for the emanplpa Jlon of their sex but though the battle was long and at tlqles against great dignity and violent demonstration n the part oof time fighters The campaign was carried out with tact and restraint and by the very quietness of their methods the women won the ma jorlty to their side No doubt many men though the franchise was a toy for which the weaker sex clamored and of which they would soot tire But events have proved time contrary As soon as the bill wets passed wonmen who before lead been perfectly apathetic awoke to their responsibilities as citizens and man Soon found that It was not a toy hut- a weapon which he had put Into wo mans hand a weapon which up to the present has ben usd wleetltwisdoat and skill and which It Is looped will ever be wIelded for time good of the nation Since her voice has been Iteird In public life wonuun has worked hard for the better condition or her sex There are sOllie whorush Into party politics and rafhlolls but the main body agree that the most flttlllg work Is the Im provement of laws Immediately affect Ing women and children and thus in directly time whole nation Cocaine which dulls time nerves never yet cured Nasal Catarrh The heavy feeling In the forehead the stuffed tip sensation amid the watery discharge from eyes and nose along with all tho other miseries attending the disease are put to rout by Elys Crean Balm Smell and taste restro od breathing Is made normal Uulll you try tills reumedy you dn form nq idea of the good It will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists jOe Mailed by Ely Dros 56 Warren street New York PARRISH fiLES liST OF ASSETS to Owes 119000 Nominal Assets of 220QOO Ward Pastor Landlady and Various Friends tmone Creditors The schedule ot assets and liabil Ities of James U Parrish assigned wa flied in circuit court Saturday Time schedule shbws assets of 2204j236 and liabilities of 11959858 This how ever Is not an accurate representation of the proportion of property Vlllue to debts because In the list of as sets are Included over 40000 of Ow ensboro Saving Bank and Trust compa stock now not only absolutely worth lesa but carrying a double liability and various amounts of stock In other concern muehs of which I worths less than par and some of which Is prut- etically worthless The schedule of lie billies does not Include the assignors double liability on the 40000 of Sw- Ings bank stock held by him nor does It Include his liability lis endorser and surety on notes Seven policies insurance which would be worth 35 000 at their immaturity are listed These are In pledge however liS security for 576639 which is probably equal to their surrender value or the amount the companies would now pay and cancel the policies Practically all of the property list ed Is encumbered either for purchase money or In pledge In many Instances the nniourtt for which the proterty- Is pledged exceeds the value of time property This Is true particularly In the cases where the Savings bank stock Is pledged liS collateral One of the few pieces of property that ap years to be wholly unencnmbered Is a cottage In the Seven Hills Chautau qua park valued at 1500 This how ever Is probably subject to unpaid purchase money of the Seven HIlls Chautauqu compauy Some rather remarkable things are Amonglthe have exeecuted accoUlodaUon pullers for him Phlllitl Hale time little son of the Rev Fred Hale who was adopted by Mr Parrish several years ago Is n creditor to the extent of about 2000 secured by International Process Tannery company bonds Dr W D Nowlin pastor of the Third Baptist church of which Mr Parrish Is a deacon Is a creditor to the exetnt of 1725 with Savings bank stock pledged as collateral Mrs- M U Howard with whom Mr Pitrrlsh and his family have boarded for sev eral years Mast Is a creditor to the extent of 2250 secured by Kenyon Realty company bbnd T A Pedley receiver of the Ow enbsoro th91Yariousamounting to samethlng over 30 000 This Indebtedness consists of twentyeight items several of which are not secured at all Others are secured with stocksas collateral and still others by personal endorsement In some few Instances the security Is good In most instaices how ever It Is practically worthless Get theMost Out of your Vacation Much of the enjoyment of time va cation nu matter wlmere It Is spent depends upon having suitable attire says a writer In the Delineator The girl whOI8 going away should not take liner whole wardrobe but only as many cliolhcs nsshe really needs For the mOijntaln or soaide resorts three muslin dresses not too elaborate halt a dozen pretty white shirtwaists a linen walking suit and atailoredsdit should prove sutnclent with both low and high sh03sandtennIsand dancIng slippers t Country or cangt life on the other hand requires nothing but time most serviceable of clotlmes midas few clothes as It is possible to get long with Then there are the tmvellllg accessories that court for so much The travollngbag fitted out with all the necessary toilet articles isno longer 11 fad It has become indispensable to a travelers comfort It does away with the worry ot remembering little things such as toothbrushes mirrors and the small things which are easily left behind in the rush of getting oft One of the most attractive ot these types pf bags lsthoEngltsh OVernight bag whJch has to a gcrM extent taif ken the place of the once popular and always clumsy suit Case The latter however Is shown in many tlracthe lightweight models which may be pur chased for a few dollars while the overnight bags are much more Oxpen 41 slvoIThere are other things too which the girl who Is trying to get the most out of her vacation must do weeks be fore leaving home She must write well In advance regarding rooms and rates She must select a train that will brIng her to her destination by daylight Then in regard to the question of sleeplngcars When reserving berths be Sure to secure In the middle of the car They are relllly the safest as well as the most comfortable Do not use the white robe of peaceful homo reposo on the sleper Have a kimono of black crepe or aura silk or even sateen Before going to bed go t9 the dressingroom to Undress Getting back to the makeup berth at one end of the rack should be placed the waist over the pillows at the other end the underllnen and corsets next comb brush handglass and towel 0 are put In the hammock which hangs across the windows or they may be left in the handbag Hairpins and buttonhooks are wrapped up In a han kerchief and added Time skirt should be pinned by the band to the long curtain over the opening thus hanging straight down and avoiding creases CJ AII 0IIIA IIBeln the AThe Kind You Hate thrall Bcultht I FUN OF SOARING ALOFT IN AIRSHIP Reasons Why Air Voyage Should Become Popular as a Sport Jloatlzlg softly up Into the blue 1 ocean of air watching the earth sink slowly away beneath us and fade and change qUllely to In immense map sllread before our wondering eyessuch as the first Im passions of bllioon vooyages says H n Hersey In the Century The nosy shouts of those who come to wish us lion Voyages become fainter and fainter until absolutely quiet reigns about us It Is so still that the ticking of the clock In the bare graph Is heard noli sly counting the sec ond a sit traces the line of our up ward light across the sheet Meanwhile the earth map down be low us stretches out larger and larger but Its details fading and becoming blurred High hills have changed to flat surface A river winds and bends its way through the duller color like u tangled ribbon of silver A smaller lake sparkles In the sunshine giving life and fire the sober shades about It A railway trait crosses slowly along its trail of smoke streaming back over It but as we look It suddenlY disappears from sight npparenW swallowed up before your eyes Then we realize that it has plunged Into u tunnel through a hill which to us seems only a surface now It appears again coming out on the other Isde So the wonderful scenes come and go ever changing but ever grand and itnspiringscenes that eOl11o back to us real and vivid that we may live them over again In later days The cloud effects are at times time most beautifulof all After haying sailed through these into the dazzling sun light we see the snowy billows Just be low our car the shadow of our baloon failing upon their white surface This haloItimes one has the feeling of having left earth completely amid to have reached a plannet The white masses Just be low seem to be quite solid and look as though one might step out of the baloon and take It strool over them it one only had snow shoes The air is woudefully clear and pure and gives greaterthanthatIng It Is them surprising that ba loonlng Is rapidly becoming populaar sport Flrstclass Blacksmthlng I am now In my new shop at Sunny horseshoeingI solicit your patronage AIL work guaranteed SSunndale I l f1wI TIDE fJlGll GRRDE ERCLl1 SC1Y041 OFTIIE nit of THE COrqMPwznz BRRNCXFSNCLUDIN TE EGR T u rr SOUl1I II j TALnILESSONS IN JY MMLGRACURTES ZECtfRE i OSwR1TE nOWADDREssBOWLiNG GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BWlING GREEe- e a A to ju H 1 4 ttf c i1 l S t ycPURE FOOD LAWS L BROKEN BY BEES i1t Bogus Stuff Brings More at Re tol Than the Real j tHoneyi s The ptire food taw bas been sting tr SO to speak Ly limn bees especially L those which are nut1e = lit ILnvali It transpires Irons Ltvesugattoua made i by the Deparument of Agriculture tHat on tile market In New York the local bra Amen rtccive illnaif of alent t alit cent per puurd more for what h- c known IS hoae dcw honey than for floral holey As generally known boa i cydew uneYIH 111de by the bees not from the poLem f flowers as It uric urdiuarily atclltlll artclr but from the secretions t vrlol1 Insects C upon the leaves of plLR4 Although It has not been dlsconrl to be deleterious to neaps its ulgln leaves it open to objection frotu perhaps the majority of consumers As It is un Q cquestionably genuine honey however answering the definition of the sub stance so set fourth technically the experts of the department find themselves nonplussed as to how to differ entlate the types Of honey In such a manner all to compel the dealers to set before the consumers the exact na ture of the product The honeydew It Is affirmed has Il distinct market of lts own to the bait- Ing confectionery trade und for this purpose Is preferred to the algarroba honey The wtilto honey loses It is salt many of its honey characteristics uf ter t goes into tile oven and the hon eydew honey does not The recent Influx of Hawllllan hones Into the market of the United Sta teshas brough the matter of differentiating the different kinds prominent ly before the depeartntent The Is land produced last year some COO tons of honey according to Dr D L Van Dine not more than 200 tons of which could be classed as a floral honey The remaining 400 tons were either a distinctly honeydew honey or a blend of the honeydew honey and floral hon Py with decided honeydew characteristics The amount of floral honey that the Island cun produce is limited on the other band the amount of honey dew honey that run be obatlued Is al most Indefinite It seems to us here says Dr Van Dine In a recent communication to the department that this product must 01 y bo honey though varying from the floral product It Is a natural sac charine substance collected modified und stored In time comb of time honey bee extracted from the comb and without taking anything frum It or adding anythhmg to It is is offered for sale un the market Aside from the typical ilpnedlJw honey and the white honey there is produced here a large amount of lieu ey which Is In the main II blend of I the two types This blend Is brought about by the bees themselves and of this honey though muchI honeydew flavor and the darker Is wlthhl the standard except ash content Then also there Is a small of of dark color with u comIpareshoney is from the flowers of varlonG with the white honey The latter honey Is from the flowers of various weeds and a blend of the honeys pro duced from tht flowers of weeds al garroba rice etc + HeelsDeath Was on Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call In the spring of 1906 He says An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a fearful cough that my friends declared W consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me Immediately and after tak Ing two and a halt bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery Is the best remedy for cougbs and lung disease In all the world Sold under buannntee at all Druggists 50c and 100 TrljilbotUe free m Simple and Effective Home Remedies Of all home remedies one of the most effective Is hot water This will bo found a most efficacious aid In treating the average slight Ick ness A sudden sore throat will die apper rapidly it hotwater choths are wrapped around the neck and a swallow of hot Water held to the mouth for a few seconds will often relieve a sick headache Hotwater detlt applied to the soles of the feet and the back of the neck will h soothe a nervous headache almost imm f dlately the patient should be kept very quiet and allowed to riM asleep if possible rplece of nannl are wJung Out In hot salt water and applied tottbe seat- o the pain rl eumatI twinges nlayy be relieved without r prilnlilL drugs Toothache and e1racqe will orton yield F- tithe treatment when dry heat and t r the hotateI bag seem to have no- effect Cramp caused by eating green apples or other indigestible articles may Decured by a tenspoontul of easter oil In using hotwater applications tiro water tlould always ho hot tile towels being ehauged before they become at all cool If the towels are showed Ibcool on tilC patient Dcltre wno than no treatment rt nil If tile bar is filled with warm water and then after allowing the water run out plugged with a bit of coto wet wait olive oil or glccrin It will usually eue the most stnbbna ewes Jf earache As earache and toothache le the result of cold the patient i101111 be pmt In a comfortabllf position tear a fire ur radiator and Pwct to- go to sleep Salt isunother simple remedy whose uses are seldom alipreeiattd the house hold Warm salt wutcr frM In the mouth will Stop tine flow of blood 1rum a drawn tooth and will ofteni cure a toothache whets other remedies rail It nil makes It very good gargle for fro tau at mitt aoarseneLa bOlill salt water drawn up to the uasltliVlty every mornhig It will slop tote development of catarrh Tepid water and salt form all ex cellent emetic which Is also harmless when gtveh to a person wh has taken poison Small doses of salt repeated at Intervals Is said to be helpful In may often be stopped by bathing the arresting it hemmorhage and nosebleed face and neck In cold suIt water When children are given nuts to eat they should be well salted as this makes them more palatable and easier digested as well and prevents the colic which Is so often caused by eating nuts Salt In the bath exerts a very brac Ing tonic effect and will also clear and brighten a sallaw camplexlon Bath lag the feet with warm salt water and then rubbing them with dry salt avert the evil consequence of wet feet usual to wet weather A little salt mixed with powdered chalk and orris In equal quantities makes an excellent dentifrice its the salt exerts II hardening Influence over the gums keeping thorn firm and In healthy condition Tire Japanese who havo very firm std white teeth use salt by itself for a deiftii ice almost universally One should make a practice of using these simple homer emedlel for the simpler ills of the household and of all time siupler remedies none are more worthy a trial than salt and water Beatrice Carey In Dayton Journal A Twenty Year Sontencee- 1 have just completed a twenty year health sentence impose by- Uucklcns Arnica Salve which cured nie of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes O S Woolever of LeRaysvlllo N Y lucklens Arnica Salvo heals the worst sores bolls burns wounds and cuts In the short est time uc Itt nil druggists m Art Forgers of France It Is not only in New York that ptrople are Imposed upon with spur bus works of mart Only recently crimlnlll proceedings at Llmogel In France disclosed the fact that there ts a fully developed wellorganized In dutrsy of forgery and falsification upon the continent It has as many domains as there lire categories of col- tections for the forgers and falsifiers long ago became specialists and they can servo you with any class of arttultt you may need Many of their tricks are highly in genious They will make two semis original genuine works of art out of oen for example A piece of carved wood Is sawed through making two pieces and In each of these the mis sing half Is replaced by a careful repro ductlon ot the original An authen tic but only poorly painted Sevres or Meissen cup may be richly painted af ter a good pattern exactly in the style required and reburnt A real but plain knights armor Is damasked with all the fineness of the craftsman chased glIded and rendered old again This nceessitates cost and labor but Is pays a thing that genuine was worth 500 francs may falsified be dIsposed of at 6000 There are suds and sauces and Juices and varnishes that convert entirely new productions Into art masterpieces great age Newly fabricated piece are carried In to hltorlal country castles to hlstorial country castles whose owners lend themselves to the game and the purchaser learnsfor the proof are convincingthat the rustcoverei relic has been the property of an old noble familY for eenturlesHar pers Weekly I MAN HANGS ALL NIGHT t WITH HEAD DOWNWARD Foot of Farmer Caught In 11 Barbewire Fence He Is t Climbing Flemlngburg Ky June Hworld received here today of the horrible death of James pugJl an aged farmer one of the pioneers of Fleming county who was found hanging head down fror- a wire fence In which hill foot hllll be come enmeshed when he had attempted to climb It His body was discovered by twotmer of this city who hall gone to spend the day at Park Lake a fishing resort twelve miles from this chy Although Pugh was a wealthy und Influential farmer here In former Ilayt poverty hall overtaken him In his old age And he with his family lived In stralghtenfd circumsanccs In the mountainsThe man had left his humble mountain home to spend the day and night with his daughter falling to ar rive hero an investigatiop was mlldo and panics dispatched to scour the mountains for him Pugh was found hnnging head down ward his foot caught In the topmost strand of wire Although he had hung In this position through the night he was semiconscious when found but died half an hour later iHows TliIst We otter One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last Hi years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Walding Unnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation m Wood Pulp Report A preliminary report of the consumll tint lot pulpwood and the amount of pulp manllfacturlll lust yer haH just been issued by the Bureau of the Census Time advance statement Is mode from time statistics collected by tine Census Bateau in cooperatlan with time United States Forest Service lfuny of the fgures bring oUt In- tereliting facts winch show time rnpd growth of the paper II1ltkmg and hl lied indusuies during till last Ilecadl Nearly four million curds uf wood in exact numbcrs JOGlOGO cords were used In the United States In tla manufacture of paper pulp List year just twice Itll much as wflsused In 1899 the first year for which detailed figures were available More than two and pnehalf million tons of pulp wemo Produced The pull trills used 300000 more cords of wood In 1907 than In the previous year The amount of spruce used was 68 per cent of the total consumption of pulpwppd or 2700000 cods The Increased price of sprucp has turned the attention of paper manufacturern to a number of other woods hemlock ranking next with 576000 cords or 14 per cent of the total consumption More than 9 per emit was popular and the remainder consisted of relll- tlvely entail amounts Qf pine cotton wood balsam and other woods There was a marked increase last year In the Importation of spruce which has always been time most popular wood for pulp For It number of yeah pulp manufacturers of this country have been heavily importing spruce from Canada since the vallable sup ply of this wood In the northcentral 1 d New England states where mott of the pulp mills are located Is not equal to the demand Figures show that the Amount of this valuable pulpwood brought Into the country was moro than two and onebud f times as great In 1907 ItS In 1899 In 1907 the importations wero larger titan ever before being 25 per cent greater than In 1906 The spruce Imports laSt year amounted to more than onethird of the consumption of spruco pulpwood Only a slightly greilter amount of do mestic spruce was used than In 190U Large quantities of hemlock were used by the Wisconsin pulp nulls and OOOOOOOOOOOOY OOOOOOOOt Scotts Emulsion atrengthensenfeebled 0 nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and O nerve force It provides baby with the necessary fat I- md mineral food for healthy growth S toOOOOOo f the report shows thattiae Ileiwer State now ranks third In pulp production row York and Maine ranking first an second rtllectvel slopiar has been used for a long tuna In time manufacture of high grade paper but the supply of this wood Is limited and the con umlltlol1 f t has not inercused rapidly Wood puip Is usually mado by either one of two general proces sea mechanical or ehmieael In the mechanical process the wood after belllg cut Into suitable sizes and Larked Is held against revolving grindstones In a strllem of water and tutus reduced to pulp Its the chemical process the barked wood Is reduced to chips and cooked In large digesters with chemi cals whIch destroy the cementing nia- terial of the fibers and leave practically pure cellulose Tnis IS then washed and screened to render It suitaable for paper making The chemicals ordinrily used re either bulphllillluae of nearly used are either blsulllhlto of lime or caustic soda A little over half of the pulp manufactured last year was made by the sulphite process and about onethird by tho mechan cal process the remainder being produced by the soda process Much 1- themelhaleal pulp or ground wood as It Is conunouly called is used In the making of newspaper It Is never used alone In making white paper but always 1mixed with some sulphite fiber to give the paper strength A cord of wood ordinarily yields about ono ton of mechanical pulp or about onehalf ton of chemical Ilullle Plenty of Trouble Is caused by stagnation of the liter and bowles to get rid of It and headache and biliousness and the DrjKingspurifiers that do the work wIthout I grinding or griping 2oc at all druggists m The Awakening of Moslem World theI The faith of Islam Is the most Influence In tine world today It Is the only faith wiuso precepts form the bass of civil law throughout all coot ties In which It Is dominant It is making converts more rapidly than all other religious combined Its agenl are the Old World They have civilized immemise regluus of Central Africa lad have built up tine scattered la- gan Ulhe tilt powarfml COlllllluultllb they mire permeating the East Indies they lire breaking dun time castle de- gtatdattou of IudIII a ulusque hto been built In Liverpool slid another is pro noted for New fork City Ilefore this IrtumlhlHlt lugl se ultny tvurldevils- are scattered t e uwnrcr the gamble alcohol and all r u lebrsing lotlctllS of pagan peples tariugitIrime first of taose tin router of Cairo A tine olil EIAzhhn University there 1UOOil students reI- eCle free tullliln from the facultiesI of theology and juisllrudence rand the Gordon College lit Khartum has an thelnoleoccurrences of the mitodern world Is now transmitted dally to scores of news papers In Egypt Turkey Persia and other Oriental counties The third medium Is the new railroad between comIIlIleted of Moslems froUl all parts of the world Everywhere the awakening of the Jiohanimedan people Is becoming mot estabI1Ished factoriesii test of cIvilization IIn arsenal manned by native workmen and a wellarmEdI j standime militia of 100100 petition of Mohammedan women sub jects of Russia to tile Duma demand lag equal rights and the suffrage wasp recently the subject of comment In the American and European pressHar- Illers j Weekly A RemedY for Neuralgia or Pain in the Nerves For neuralgia and sciatica Sloans Liniment has no equal It has a Iowerfully sedative effect on the nerve penetrates without rubbing and gives Immediate relief front painqulchena the circulation of the blood and gives a pleasant sensation ct clmfJt and warmthFor throe years I suffered with neuralgia tn the head adn jaws writes J P Hubbard of Mariejta S C and had almost decided to have three of my teeth pulled when a frIend recom mendedme to buy t twentyfirecent bottle of Sloans Liniment I did so and experienced Immediate relief and I kept on using It until the neuralgia was entirely cured I will never be without n bottle f Soloans Liniment In nlY house again I use It alto for In- secl bites amid sore throat and I can cheerfully rccquntend It to any one wliosspifersfront RJIy ofthe ills which I have mentioned r t I i ITho KInd fou Have Always Bought and which has 1ben i use for oor 30 years has borne the or IIsonnlAll Counterfeits Imitations and uJustasgoOlI are nut Experiments that trifle with nun endanger the heaItlt fl Infants and ChlldrcnExpcrlcnce against fupcrltucntt What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregone Drops anti Soothing Syrups It is lenstDt Its contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Nurcotle substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms nod allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhoon and Wiud Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food reguJates the Stomach and Rowels giving healthy and natural cGae- pThe CWldrcns PanaceaTrio Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY a Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bough In Use For Over 30 Years c eCIITAU COMPANY 77 tlutY STattl IleW YOfIK ern 1 TOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and COurierJournal i5Q THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm x25 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 827 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquir27 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer S7 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger y 7 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15C Tug RElwILICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine5T- HE R lITJIIIIAlt and New Idea Womans lIagazine t3 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Ii 29YEARSOf Honest Business Reputation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT SOLD BY US 8o hEOSMISCHEt SONS it I =PROPRIETORa = Owensboro Monumental Works If tfi 112111 EltalSt Yards 2l421ti218 y St = OWtNSBORO KENTUCKY tfi t Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You bit = Money on All Good Honest Work ONE Off THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We- can suit the most particular man Come over to our plate ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it intel estipg fir you without oven asking for your order We htivrw the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you ups even without Saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean lti dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way 9 CLUB RATE 100 PERMONTH Dont Forget the Place t THE PA NT I ORUM WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop r- Y ryf rr 1dfk1 fl II i I Hartford Republican C M BARNETT C E SMITH j EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS tJOCx =pII0I7 f- lCumbrl arid ao Rouch 31rrQ1FRIDAY JUNK 20 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Prcisdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President LION JAMES Si SHERMAN- of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dlst DR DAVID W GADDIE ofLn Rue County Bryan Is praying for a continuation of the panic until November It Is too late Johnson instead of too much Johnson this time Dick Knott Is still wearing crepe because of his loes of the Hon John Whallen The Republican platform does not suit Mr Bryan and he takes his pen In hand to say so After this summer Oyster Bay will be out of season whether the months have an ReIn them or not Tafts popularity with certain Ken Lucky Democratic papers has waned steadily from his nomination Col Watterson says Bryan cannot win without the CourierJournal He cannot win without more votes Senator Jeff Davis was defeated for delegateatlarge to the Denver Con ventlon However he will be at large Just the same Taft and Sherman weigh COO pounds When they come down the track in November nothing but splinters will b found to represent the Bryan wagon We doubt If the hatchet Is suf ficiently burled to make It safe for the big six to stop at the same hotel while attending the Denver Convention First district and sixth district Re publicans fought each other for the National Comralttemanship As usual the blue grass stepped in and captured the plum Why not name Hoke Smith of Geor gla for second place on the ticket with Bryan He Is getting so used to being whipped at the polls It will only seem natural The State Treasury Is bankrupt not because of Republican expenditure bu from extravagance of the Beckham administration They turned ove about 1000000 to the Republicans but within three weeks more than 1900 000 in claims were presented for payment Besides the late Democratic legislature made appropriations far irt excess of the ability of the State to pay It looks as though is was done to embarrass the Republican officials and to necessitate an extra session The Hartford Herald Is determined to have us a comln and a go In It says Roosevelt has stolen and Is running the country an the lust Democratic platform and In the next breath asserts that Republican poli tics are responsible for all our Ills more especially the money panic Some one Interested in the Democratic campaign should take the Herald editor out to some quiet nook where he may cool his overheated brain and explain to him that he cannot fool the people with such a contradiction In the same Issue of his 11IlIer1 Bitter words and Invective from speakers do the came of the farmers no good and those who Indulge In sue speech usually have sonic Im pure motive In view Those who heard the calm dignified discussion by Hon J Campbell Cantrill at the Hartford Fair- Grounds last Saturday 4 will re cognize the difference We wish every farmer In Ohio county could have heard that speech It upheld and sustained every argument of the A S of E and at the same time was a strong appeal fIr law and orde- rRoosevelttraded forftnd Is carry Ing out the lest Democratic platform Hartford Herald How are you en joying the remarkable prosperity and the full dinner pall the Republican policies are giving you any how Hartford Herald Query If Roosevel stole traded for or appropriated the last Democratic platform and U earn- Ing it out what which or who la responsible for the present panic business depression and empty dlnue pall Hasnt the Herald editor In his extreme desire to injure the Re HibitcanB sot Iltadope mixed usi4 f bHn tI1DyHnll Wednesday the country s agam de prived of if living exProMdent as WtI as Its most distinguished thr vtk citizens Ho was the only Damocri elected to the Presidency since tile Civil War and went out of office March 1897 probably the most thoroughly bated man by his party who ever occupied the Whlto House How ever time has proven that he was right on most of the matter wlucn caused tho bitterness and at the time of his death he enjoyed the confi dence and good will of almost if no ill of his fellow citizens Peace to his I ashes i During a discussion recently with an uncompromising Democrat about thoI guilt or innocence of Caleb he said to us that no Jury composed if Republicans would ever convict Up in the other hand we asked him If any Jury composed of Democrats would ever acquit He vas forced to say nol No more convincing argument favor of the justness of Gov Wlllsons action could be given No man should I be tried by hIs politics or religion Democrats and Republicans In Kill lucky are made out of the j smut clay and neither can claim la monopoly In honesty I If a Jury composed of KentuckYi Republicans would release Powers contrary to evidence a Jury composed oil Kentucky Democrats would convict without sufficientevidence- In Loving Remembrance I Of our dear papa Dr L T Cox who died June 21 1906 TwQ long years ago death Robbed us of our dear father Thegrlef that fills pur hearts Is oursalone to know We gave our father up to God I Believing some day we will meet hit In Heaven above You are not forgotten father dear And never will you be For as long as our memory last We will remember thee Our lives are sad without you We miss you everywhere Sunday was such a lortely day How Sad Indeed we were We wonder If the dead forget Or In Heaven you steal aside To whisper down with loving eyes Dear wife and children this was the day I died Death has taken from this world of sorrow our dear papa to dwell with Jesus His suffering was short and bore It patiently He shall sleep but not forever In the cold and silent grave Softly the stars are gleaming Upon a quite grave There sleepeth without dreaming One we loved but could not save Sweet and peaceful be thy rest God culled you he alone knows best His will be done forever MARY OLATON June 24 Mr and Mrs Jim Garrison Owenbboro have returned home after a few days visit with Mr and Mrs William Lyons Miss Berdie Harrlsom Leltchfield IB tie guest Of her uncles Mesrirb C N and W B McDanleU Quite a crowd was in attendance at Prof Logsdons show Tuesday night Rev Farris preached at the Bap tist church Saturday night Messrs C D UoanDr J S Bean and Misses Stella lianlel and Berdlc Harrison Were aniong those from this place who attendedthe Fraternal Bar becue at Hartford Saturday Mos Alice Stearsman was baptized at the Water mill here Sunday morn Ing about 830 oclock by Rev Farris There was a large crowd present at the baptizing- Mr O S Bond Ellzabethtown was In Olaton Wednesday Miss Mablo Sharp Narrows Is visit Ing her brother Mr C W Sharp and familyMrs F Renfrow Narrows was the guest of her daughter Mrs C W Sharp Tuesday I Mr and Mrs Fred Faught were call ed to the bedside ofthe latters father Mr JA McDanlel Beaver Dam Tues day Mr McDanlel IB quite HI and not- expected to recover Mrs Wm Lyons returned front Whitesville Tuesday where she has been visiting for the patt few days Mr John Allen and Mrs M Hall Oiaton and Mrs Tom D Graves Loganports are at the bedside of Mr J A McDanlel at Beaver Dam Mr Roy Crawford and Miss Ada Me Daniel attended the barbecue at Hart ford Saturday Mrs F E Bratcher who has consumption ism at the home of her father Mr JP Lloyd Notice The Ohio County Sunday School As sociation will be held at the land Presbyterian church In cumberI on July C and 7 1908 We formed that State WorkerGbauer will be In the ooutity from July 3rd to 7th inclusive and any dlstrtota that desire to lioldsthelr convention during the days wir please notify J the County Secretary ROSY PATH IF 1 DUTY IS WELL DONE Tafts Magazine Story Gives His Conception of Presidency Must Be Close to the People And Get Inspiration from Them Secretary WllllMm H TnflRepubli can choice for President has written tho following article of his conception of the Presidency for the currentJssuo of ColllcrH WeeklytIn the four years that I have boon a member of the Cabinet I have he come familiar enough with the respon sibilities and burdens of the Presidency to know that no man can afford tin duly to seek that great office If he IK attracted by honor and power alone without the hope of being useful he I In unworthy of the honor and unfit I for the use of the 1I0werIHo must prefer own peace of mind never to be Presi dent to being a poor President InterIestiself and his supporters If he does not fight valiantly for election after he ac cepts the leadership But of course he must draw the I line Ht any compact which will not leave him free of promises and pf the control of any fa tlon- Tbepresldentj duties clearly out lined by the Constitution have grown broader in their Interpretation with th growth of the country He should be In the prime of years health and vigor The capacity for hard work Is u better Equipment than genius in mastering the essentials of all the departments of the Government and undergoing the strain of countless Interviews He should look not only to those In office but to those out of office nil branches of private activity fur IIII formation and opinion in order that he i may arrive at the truth when he Is sur rounded by the conflict of interests which come to him with the fair word of the special pleader In many senses though the must sought after he 1 sthe loneliest In the I United States Elected directly by the people their representative head front maIjorttyor preor tlon with private affairs may keep them from attending primaries or scanting closely the other candidates or measures they can center on the President as their Instrument the expression of their wishes He should be always near the people In thought and as near them In person as his position will permit In common with the people he is human and he must ask their charity for his mis takes When they have ceased to believe In his sincerity and uprlghteousness of purpose hit Is a cheerlesss task Once convinced that he has divined and Is carrying out their real wish neither elated by an outburst of applause nor diverted by any outbursts of censure he must proceed unwaveringly always by lawful methods to the accomplish ment of the popular will From Washington he may learn no blllty fortitude and righteousness Lin colns life and speeches must be his source of Inspliatlonwhen he Is mis understood and he has to say to him self patience and cheer It Is easier since we had Lincoln than It was before to be a good Presi denthe seta standard It remained for Roosevelt to prove how the people will respond to a strop and true leadership when the hour has ome for great reforms The policies which he Inaugurated must be continued and developed They are right mid they are the policies of tins peopleFor that reason his successor may well disregard any charge of lack of nItlrely enIforcehigh and low the powerful and the weak should be his first thought The danger to our country from laxity or oneveThe conservation of our national forjopportunity too must command Jils Immediate attention It should be his admlnistratlon surrounding himself with men of prominence enthusiasm In public interest and ofr the cleanest and most effective methods Notice 11 f My patrons placing of Ice icecompartmeritn calls MbKEFf viLriA1S Mgr Hartford Ice Co Ili f cl CHINESE LANGUAGE Difference Between the Written Char actors and Speechc The dialects or languages 6f the Chi nese empire are very jiumcrous and dissimilar Thus a Chinese speaking 1ho dialect of the I waugtuhg Groton province Is not understood by n nesd residing in the iielgIittdrlng prov Ince of 1uklen The lauguuge Otl1la lect spoken nt Shaffgual would straugetotile people rcsldlntiit Pekln tVrlttou characters of Chinese are however understood and recognized by Sight throughout the whole omplre In the same manner as our Arabic nUt tnerats 1 2 3 A eteare recognized by the eye throughout But as these numerals when pronounced or read have entirely different Bounds tot ached to them In England Franco Germany Italy etc so the Clilnesc written characters are spoken In to tally different words and sounds In the several provinces of China with however the Important exception that the mandarin language II spoken or understood more or less throughou threefourths of China or roughly speaking In nearly all the provinces north and west of the river Yangtze The language known ns Wenll Is the medium by which the classical books of China have been handed down It Is par excellence the written language of China but It Is not generally under stood by the great mass of the people The spoken language viz Mandarin may also be written and there is a good deal of colloquial literature In Mandarin Versions of the Bible In the local patois have also been produced In several districts of the southeast where the dialects are very numerous and diverse v In the Chinese written language there are over 40000 distinct characters or symbols and this vast number Is being constantly Increased by the addition of new characters to repre sent new scientific words and modem ideasAlthough the Chinese are considered a literary people and have naturally a desire for education yet owing to the extreme difficulty of mastering the Chines characters It Is estimated that only one In ten ct the population can read or write Contemporary Review LIVED AFTER HANGING Men and Women Who Survived the Ordealof the Scaffold Innumerable Instances of resusclta tion after hanging ore recorded lIeu ry III granted a pardon to a woman named Inettii de Balstmm who was suspended from 0 oclock on u Mon day to sunrise of Thursday and after ward came to Dr Plot tells of a Swiss who was hanged up thirteen tunes without effect on account of the peculiar condition of his windpipe It having been converted Into bone by diseaseAnnie Green a servant girl was banged nt Oxford In 1050 nnd recover ed fourteen hours afterward under a doctors treatment Mrs Cope who was hanged at the same place eight years later also recovered On Sept 2 1724 Margaret Dickson was hanged at Edinburgh and recovered while be ing carried to the grave She lived for many years afterward and was universally known as halt Hanged Maggie Dickson A housebreaker named Smith was hanged at Tyburn In 1705 A reprieve came when he had been suspended a quarter of an hour lIe was cut down bled and revived William Duell bonged In London in 1740 revived and was transported A man hanged in Cork In 1705 was taken In bapd by a physician who brought him round ip six hours and we are told thQ fellow had the nerve to attend a theatrical performance the same eveninga Richard Johnson hanged at Shrews bury Oct 3 1090 obtained tit promise from an underaherlffloplace bid In the coma without changing bis clothes After hanging half an hour be itlll showed signs of life and on examine tin It was found he had wrapped cords about his body connected with hooks at the neck which prevented the rope from doing Its work ThP apparatus was removed and the man hanged effectually It may be offered In explanation of the cases mentioned that there was no drop used at executions In those days the culprit usually suffering asphyxia without the cerebral column being brokenLondon TitBits Grim Comedy- A certain young actress was con stantly Irritated by the pompous be havior of the actor manager In whose company she was playing Now Miss Blank said the great one youll have an opportunity to show your talents In another direction Ive cast you for a dandy part small but fat And youll have a chance to study me In 0 new role Youve never seen me do farce comedy haveyou Yes I have contradicted Miss BIank lve seen your Macbeth The Pain of It- fil wouldnt have minded being whipped so much said the young culprit if tho teacher hadnt said that my punishment hurt him more than Jt did me That ougntnt Jo make you feel any worse 0 Well It did What ho punished me for was telling stories i j Barred Outti i VDont you feel well asked a friend VXot ered Mr Cumrox borne are giving n ten rind lnitptlnfltedw Wiabiugtbn Star 1 111t rk Nu I jII r It JMlsetway lovF cpmpnhy ftbuttU ooesntentertainits companyjTeryiJffrtl MEMBER 54TH CONGRESS US Recommends Pe= runa j dH VAA AAhv Perunai Is A I Healthful Ionc AndI r SuccessfulCatarrh Remedy t tON w E ANDREWS Nebraska ih 8 fuVnfthed National Congress some of the brightest minds that have ever adorned that great national legislature Men of push and fire men of great oratorical and intellectual resources men whd have done much to hapo the western section of our country Among of that versatile American type Is Hon w E Andrews thNIaiiasks lion Andrews wa formerly Vice President of Treating d an excellcnt record aa promulgator of public education before hebecamememberofCongress Speaking otTernna he sayi j Icheerful yjecommendthe preparation Peruna as a healthfulonlc and a successful remedy for catarrh in its Various forms Non W E Andrews n Hon Thomu Gale who wellknown- on Congress from Alaska is the Pacific Mope j where he has re sided His WMblngtqn address U 1312 Ninth ttreet K W WiwhliiBton DC Cole wrltei of Peruna I can cheerfully recommend Peruna as a very efficient remedy for coughs and colds Some people priferto iakV tablets rather than io takd medicine in a fluid form Such pooplis can obtain Peruna tablets which repreeont the medicinal ingredients If jeruna Each tablet is equivalent td onfc average dose of Po run f PROGRAM SOLDIRS REUNION To i k J Be Held Attfdhiwell Kentucky July 4 1908pommtnghiinf Of the Blue and Gray LAssembly Cal =9 a mby E P Jamesv f MusicBandt p Prayer Commander Truman nesonsqPre8E Welcomcaddress f RWIddIUgI 1 Speech Capt N T AddressOtto C Martin Co H K N G- MarchFrom town to ground by Imp 0 R M consisting of theAt abaska Tribe No 256 and tribes of MCIHenbytAddresses T W Stratton Prophet Dr Oscar Allen Chief ofnecords- DJNNRIL c Assembly call 1p m Music Band Business MI I Resllons bller7iAddretfr Rev of Beaver Dam SpeechEr Woodward SpeechEstill 1Vr14Veellof Mot gantown V i S Closing Exercfee Rey J N Jar nugin We invite everybody tit come and join us for another great day of enjoy ment where we will strike hands to get er one moretlmey Blue and Gray and everybody In one great band of sweet remembrance of our boyhood days before ore are called to answer the Jast vail ion earth E P JAMES W A JVALLACE J W COLEMAN ZnTAYLOnj i Committee WYSOX wifeandurday night and Sunday with Mr Clarence Dennis and wife Mr Evan Davenport and wlfo and andSundayV Davenport Miss Pearl Davenport spent Wed i ncEday and Thursday with Miss 1lan and Npl Brpwm nIMrs Laura HucXeJbqrrj of Airdra Hilt is visiting Mrs Louisa Taylor Mrvjake Condlf and wife Center town vllsted Miss Hatiuah Browa SiU UrdiryandiBundoy t I H t Tbeditrklea hnd BomeMroiftjleAt ItoIt t Hon C Slemp Congressman from Virginia whose home address is Big Stone Gap Va writes I can cheerfnlly say that I have peed your valuable remedy Parana with beneficial results and can unhesitat ingly recommend your remedy to my friends as an invigorating tonic and an effective and permanent cure for ca tarrhrMr Bpas Craig Pork Yale Tenn had catarrh of the head for two years and had abandoned all hope of being cured but to his surprise Peruna cared him ound and well Chester the 20 several shots were firedSome people In this part of the n of budlyr and t r Ross and wife from West Point IIMr Saturday and Sunday with Mr Mrs Bud Maddox- E A Davenport and L Williams mill will not grind at Wysox anymore until wheat IB threshed Miss Annie Kennedy spent Satud Miss Annie Kennedy spent Saturday night and Sunday with her uncle and COxI Dako out a place for locating u- I Mr Forest French of Shultztowne a etIday Mrs flag Shultz spent Friday with Mr and Mrs James Dvehport II LINT SPRINGS June 23Farmersrevery busy at this writing Miss Nettle White returned from Hartford Saturdaywhere she had been visiting relatives for the past week Mr William Daugherty and wife uftBanock Butler county visited rela tives at this place Sunday I Several form this place attended church at Bulzetowh Sunday Our school will begin July 6th with Otis White as teacher Hurrah for WllliHm H Taft our next President My Hair Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you 1 Then what That would mean roughflairI I Fasten it tightly to your scalp I sImore than a simple Hair dress ing It is a hair medichfr t fI TJ hair tonic a hair food r testimonialSold a Made IA1 yl r 1tiI i SAISAPAIHLU PILLS CyPacTeiAt l91r 4 rvr Lt pary r t 1 e i f 1jK1 MIi 1LjI NErRyJJr 4 y JREDUCTJON Too much im portanoe cannot be attached to the fit and style of your Dress To get the correct idea buy McCall Patterns at our Pattern count er IOc and I5c r New York styles Remember we car ry the best stock of sheer Wash Goods found in Hartford Alsofine Laces and Insertions fo match these goods Cour tteous salesladies to assist you in dei 2 fro v4i wrT Hartford Republican JUNE 26 lllnoleCetttral Tableoj north Bourd- Nola due 405 a m- Nolrdaelc3OpI ti- tK0laz dap48 prr Heath Bond No1r1 durllsl Ia m NoUn due 4s p D- INo1I1 do9SY m u ft FruTora at City Mr G Is quite In of flux Geoulae Cola Ice cold tI City Restaurant City Restaurants Steak cat- be beat Try em tood Fish you get at City No bones Col S R Dent the nsurance muty is Intown forma few days stay CityRestaurant Is the place for Ice cream Sherbet Cold Drinks Etc cinitfalltd attend the 8Pc sale COwCity Restaurant is still feeding the people nd geyting better day I II course if you want a nlcoMei4l- or o Lund YU go to the City Restau- r L prints 100 per U during our sale l r CARSON CO 1111 1 WANTED 4tf100 on loan witb V I 1 g real etag security pJytO thi89ftic Mr George Wall of EvansvUleInd- WI thegest of Mr and Fr1daaudsdif- eesra r Courtlln and- S l Jidefu of tie I t o t lbo J n t 11te Sa ts Y h FtlIowititi usuar haw fpaugurat- edgenI a clean up sale tll ERY Remember we 4- n Js carry overtfromseason We rake pcioes toI hem f not Yet bola atI los ToiPafternij1ifl Wei signingREMEMBER djlt McCall Iti FASMIdABlSTREET f trtr l t l THE PLACE VY yv FRIDAY RallroadTlme Drink Restaurant BWllliams MylWhat Restaurant eyer emtunbectpound rrlilileber ksttheat laef Tbjlor hoodaxei less bur MILLIN mak move 21271156 DRESS Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office J Try a nof Frehcii1rlp Coffee Every can guaranteed Sold by James Lyons We have Suits to suIt you at prices to suit you SeeJlhom June 20 m qmSON CO Judge W B Tayl as In the wAlkIngI Send youror4 sfor Groceries to James Lyons AJwa ifre4hand clean Goods delivered promptly t o Mr C wSttirgeol EwansvthIe Ind was the guest ot relatives and friends in Hartford the first ot tile wei k When we SAY cut IllrJceslt means something peopIQ ltnotyjt and we have a rush C4rSQ i 8 CO Miss Fiuy RanheShirct is the guet of Mrs J W Olhnnon and other trtends ht Ii triPOldtitlt3 week We will y tq have enough clerks to walt on you during our sale begin = ring June 20th CARSON CO tMrE J BJ Dd 11OnetoIJOro was tho guest of her ttdugitl Mrs E R Twcddell city tile fis of the week We are headquarters for grocetles quick stiles iii d stiuiU profit Is our hmotto 47tft 5Ot31tOADEft 8 CO Mrs JennleT Mclleuryand nn Holbrooc user pjollrulfg ttt DlaI- Mond Springs Todd countytfor Ii few daysiRef JbWRbgeiie9ufncy Ill ar rived Wednesday to bet a guest of hIs parent 9Mr i1nd Irh JM Rogers an ether relat1iel e rt- Held W1It9j9 clothes moaey un in You lfetan ldea1olj uLtprken uInitheEPjl gl4wdg 1uD 420lto tTu1C ali GAJtAHirrtCOrx I yr WAXTED t or ten team p11F Slntna4PiiEIlartford Ky Miss Gortte lirRochester tiio guest of Judge W n Taylor nnd- Cl1mlly Mr mid Mrs Logan Felix anti chil d en Owensboro are the guests 01- rc1atlvcoi in IIartront Misses 3llnula anti Maggie Wedding Sulphur Springs are the guests of t Miss Mattte ThuleNoarck Mrs Wnymnn Cooper tllll ddught Louise Llvernwrewere tiH guests Mrs A it Riley last Stturduy- lRev and Mrs Chester Stevens nIII little dauguter Georgetown lire th guests of relatiVes In Hartford Messrs J Thomas Allen John Allen Olaton anti Wkttt Tnyl- 3lutauias i were among our callers la Saturday FOR SALE1 bay mare 1r hand high 8 years old saddle and hurnes fine style Address Dr J SIUealf Olaton Ky Little Misses Gussle Tichenor and Orpha Hell Matanzas were the guests of their aunt Mrs S A Ilydtche this week returning home yesterday Messrs William Chancellor Ceralv o Bernie Felix of the Eest Hartford neighborhood and J T Davis Sunny dale were among our callers Monday Two children of Mr William WUkie- ot the Dundee neighborhood died of flux one Saturday and one Sunday TheIr remains were lntered at Sunny dale Mr and MrsE C Clemons return ed from Fordsvllle Wednesday w ere they went Sunday to attend the burial of Mrs Clemons brother Mr Georg- Fuqua Miss Minnie Inurestenographe r for the Green RlverCUuIrCo Liver more was the guest of herparent and friends In Hartford the first o the week I Mrs Hooker Williams entertained a porch bridge party at her home o Union tsreet Tuesday evening At the refreshImentsMr and Mrs Oran Wallace Central City were the guests of Iulld Mrs S T Barnett Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wallace remained and It still tho guests of Mr and Mrs Barnett Jt a meeting ot the Uuford flag lterisal district Sunday School Convention last Saturday at Bedu J L King was elected Presdent and Ed Shown Secretary for the coming year 3Ir Gross D Williams was overcome by heat one day the first ot thel week and has suffered since from th effects thereof He is much Improved though and wlll be out In a few days Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett returned Wednesday from an extended trip to relatives at Valley Mills Texas They report a splendid time and everything prosperous In the Lone Star I State I Mr Len Pluminerdied last JorldaI at the home of his mother Mrs Nan cy Plummer after a brief illness If dropsy HIs remains were Interred at the rlckhouse burying ground Sun dRY morning Mr O D Pauley National Seeret- aryof the A SoC E aceompenied President C M Ilarnett home from the National Board meeting lps Fri dayand attended 1r igl Bar becue here Saturd4y air Pauley was the guest of Mr Uptyu tt wPlle here Every teticher of It Prlthary clans In every Sunday School in Ohio County should be present MundHy after noon July 6 at 3 p in to bear db cusslon of matters special to the ele menlry work Everybody Is lnvlted and welcome On Tuesday light lunch I will be served to all In attenilance Hrere is an opportunity to secure oue of the well known 16x20 Dolls Por traits free any one you wish absolutely free when your cash purchases reach the amount of W These beautiful portraUs when hand finished are Qf the s1mes1ze and quality HII are being o1l by dealers for from 3 to 5eachThls offer 10th 1908ask for cdUJIon SChrpadcrI 8 Co Hartford Ky InfIThe Ohio CoUnty Sunday School Convention will meet at HattCoid in the Presbyterian church July G and 7 On the Rrternoon of Montlaythe 6th from 3 to 5 there will be an elementary conference PresIded over by a worker of some special prominence in this line At night State Worker TC Gebauer will give Ills SteropU con Views on the book of ohnS1e cial music c Watch for complete program rn next weeks papers Charlie Fulkerson of Cernlvo was tiled for lunacy before Judge Taylor Monday and rasndjUdgel ot unsound mInd and woe ordered to tho Hop kinyille Assylum Charlie cbncelved the ldeatha iafiumberBt hleneighbors ItBP1Dfnd as hesaldhtiiiself rqotrtltq e parties As a matter of factnoo one ever redlOr thought of ai18rlll ndt his fatlcted grievancewastu adedt I t fiIs wonderful J IOW nlllcil en be saved on tirgtocory bill by ta isltig Wllh Scnivadbi Co 47tt sjllir and Irs7 Ii t J bbey OwenSlfPi- OtlJe the mite ui lKttS qt Center IJ loll u er siltta iii tile + Otlllty Mid fs or tie week jfrJr StItDwel a rYIUIII halt eight fauns new locaed Sousii sid alfty811lt RArtfold li Price an tOLtus reasonable For particulars call Sm1HIroC3Ieames Laura WarrlnE1 and F I d Ind titH1I Nettio Hrgcs arcI Debbie Ttylor Dr g Y Ford City Jvnretullllnat ot Ie week trout the In tornat oral Sunday School Convenllon BritrGriffprBtI au Z 1Vuyne Griffin became the purciit sisor lit 002 They will inunedlatel y pricefIn view offile rtes that Saturday of the next meeting ot the county Uqlon of the A S of E Is the 4th of July locals tire urged to send delegates to the first days meeting and the are requested to bring in all IntenI s be complete- Friday If posillble Mr W W Ellen formerly n rest lent of this cobitty died at his sari Bence In BowltngGreen lastlVednesda of infirmities incident to old age H- was e i7 years old at the time of his death He wits the tatherdn law ot our fellow cItizen Judge R R Woo ding who in compan with his Uttle funeraleMr Ezell kavas a w1feand son J T Ezell and five gnndchildren who are thc chlidramt ot Judoe Wedding by a former marriage and tehose mother byfhad been a member many years- Jh iiIUQua one JJrds 1vllles most prosperous business men died last Saturday at noon after u lingereg lIne s ot stomach trouble lIe was forty eight years of s survived bu wife trod two c1ll1dlenI father and mother two brothersItev R E Fuqua and U C Fuqua three I sisters hfI C T DanIel Mrs R R Muffit and Mrs E C Clemons The funeral was preached by Rev otto I Whltllngtun at Pordlillle sunday cOllductledwas a member Mr Fuqua Wilt IL well known tobacco dealer and II highly time respected citizenIthe Uroadwuy Coal Mines last ueI miner who was at work thereIn Mr Jenllett hud his power setting oil hIs toolchest md wanted sonie things that was lit time chest Ho re moved the powder and jUllus he tett It down a spark front kits lamp fell Into the keg through the ho el the powder wvt9 poured out A terrific explosion followed lien net s clothIng being either blown or burned entirely from his body uoth lug remaining except his sox After suffering excluciating pate until Sunday mornIng lie died having re gained cQnclonsness only during brief perlod after his injury The Masonic and KPBarbecueI IassIedattended from Ohio and aoinintCoaz ties A splendiddinuet was served on the grounds and fine music vas furnished by the Ctmtertown Cornet blind Grand Chancellor Gee D Young of Louisvhle Was oil hand to re present the K ot Ps on the pellkI Irs program but as the Masonic speaker d1 nut pane rte spent the time mxnlg with the K P boys He was the guest ot C 3L Barnett while here returning to his iouii Sunday Hun J CIlIUbell Cant 1111 of Georgetown represented the A S Ot E people find made n Very favorable InlJlresslon Tau committee announces that 100 was cleated MAGAN for tile two abOIitI Juno 23Tile death angel entered the home ot Mr Roy Cvllilolg SundayI and took from ttierir mIdst t elr childIthe funeral and burial ot Mr Fuqua at liordsville Sunday Miss Lula Ihiklff Mss EnintaLeo I WrIght Miss dial Miller and lllss Minnie Buughn tool trio examInation at Fordsville Friday and Mr Eke Whlteholl S1turdaI J W Ralph and Yamly Mr W A Toad and Mss Eva Martin attended the barbecue at Hart lord 5autrda A largo crowd attends the singing school ateeeh Valley which Is pro gressingrnicelyg ri Sundayschools at Magan and Beech vnIle are lief all la ge a areIisuahYiatMr James Mtdkff and wife of- Rreekenrldge wero the guests of I father and mother Mr J P Mid f apd wife from Iiciay spit Sun hil- ugmR i I tIJ r and 1lii jt 1 ta1 he of Friik IrAham and Wofarlrown 4 nqIlJ 1 l p rNA CLIMBING A CIIIMNt The Way the Steeplejack Does His Dangerous Work aHIS APPARATUS IS SIMPLE A Couple of Dosns Chairs a Trio 0 L Shaped Iron Pegs a Heavy Hemmer and a Ball of Twine Will Take Him In Safety to the SvmmiL In time climbing and repair of shim mess and steeples it Is os In so wuaq or lime upward steps or lire undoubt thtgthedsepia of mho big brewery chimney perhapsor on the apex of the steeple of a church his arm around the weather manes vibrating pole and you have the means by which ropes ladders scaffolding and nil the necessary structure for examination and repairs be brought into place 10 get time yfirst mon to the giddy summlttbnt is the question notdfirst sight might appear the some what frivolous methOd or kltelIlug A kite having a goodly length of strIng theyover the steeple or chimney under treatment then drawn down until the tall string lay across time top It was then merely a matter or time and patience to pass a rope over and haul up a man But the method had obvious disadvantages To draw the tall line successfully across a chimneytop still room across the pointed spIre ot- a church often took more than one or two attempts Moreover there mnst be a fair wind blowing at the time and a large open space available close by In which to raise the kitethIs last pbautthetown Another system was that ot ladders built upward from the steeples base exceedingly cumbrous and In the opinion ot many modern steeple llnngerouBImorning stands great shaft of brickwork towering skyward from the very center or a famous northern town will fly no kite nor does a wagon load of sectional ladders walt his orders InI the yard A small roan sinews and leap faced is he and all the tackle that he needs to take him safely to the cop- Ing sixty yards above our hetds hay traveled to the scene of action In his pockets or his hands On the ground before him are two bosns chairs or short planks through holes of either end ot which a rope la passed terrain a loop by which the chair may hang Beside them lie three L shaped Iron pegs or staples The longer arm or each peg has a sharply pointed end and Is nearly a foot In length the short arm la but two or three Inches long The handle ofa heavy hammer peeps from the pocket or our companions coat and that Is allIit high Into hangs n chair and mounting drives a second peg two or three feet abets the fist On this the second chair is hung The upright arm ata right angle to the peg precludea all danger ot tilerope slipping ort Nor do the chairs hang close against the shaft for strips 0 wood projecting from each end insure a space to which the climbers legit ate free to move Sow stepplngIUp Into the second chairthe steeplejack drives the last of his threeapegs Above him is ai eg below another one on whvh hangs II chair Leaning nalde and down he lifts thin chair aqd bangs It above him on the topmost pe lean down ntlll wltlia twist of his fork PlJoIat supposed pegs are nEver driven deeply In having but the steeplejacks lightweight to bear and that only for a few minutes ut n time while should the hammer or a peg slip from his hand It Is easily recovered by means of the ball of twine In his coat pocket and the watcher below himIchimneyhe1sourysometlmes II massive bar tlr chain is stretched across the shaftto which a rope and pulley blocks cnn be made fast This dune he can descend and reascend ut will scaffolding CIIII Islung and InspectIon and repatrs b I carried out I At the Bargain Counter That sharp tongued Miss Redpepp bas been saying sonic mighty mean things about you and your wife Wbur for instance Says you picked her up at n bur gala counter Great Scott r dldl She wo the prettiest girl that ever stood behln one iLChlcago Tribune Generous Professional FosterI should like b undertake a Past or tour weeks In thl thole or yours How teach will sot pay me ShowmanI cant give you any salary but I twill pay for you teepFUcgende Blatter There hus yet no method of progress to men that Is so rich and cons- pletg ae lhatwhich Is ministered L trlendlblppblllIps Brook He Wanted to Burn Them Ilasband lookhig up remit ltI paps1- 1hut aasgs mOil cnn make r ttlep selves NitsWhat Is the tnutler sow deurt 111 am Iuking littlttf tae letter sin this breach of promisu cas- e1VAra tlmey interestln 11Interestin they are utsolutat- sickeuh hear this 3fydearducky- My lovely lloey tIR ha ha- 1V tdeunireiyJIt does sound rather tflaugbterFoolIIHb thatII such stilt as this I send you a JnlI- j lion klsss my gooslu poosie SWoNty panty Un hn ha- 1V Perhaps hit lured has whets he wrote those letters IISuppose he did JII tlint auI rx bushePofYoIi They are very foulllb but very pre urnIownest owls preelouest little duckjr darling my II hastllr1hllt will do Put therein the IIrlJonllon Scrnps- Gunpowder I I The explosion ur gunpowder is divld- ed Into three distinct stages called the IgnitIon InlJulIIlIlIltion and combustion The IgnitIon Is time setting on fire or the first grain while the InfiamlIutroD Is the spreading ut the flame over the I surface of the powder tram the point of Ignition Combustion Is the burn- IngI up ot each grain The valor or I gunpowder Is due to the tact that i when subjected to sufficient heath be comes a gas whIch expands with frlbtflll rapidity The so called cx- plosion that takes place when a mitetu- fs r touched to JlIlIlloller Is merely J1- clietilfcul ehauge during whIch ttfmI Is a suddep evolution of gases frltnJ the orllllIal solid It has been cu I ctrJoled that ordinary gunpowder onm j exploding expands about 9000 tlmesm or tills u space this much larger us IU- i gas than when lu a solid form Whom I this chemical change takes place in a closed vessel the expansion may be made to do II work like that ot forcing n projectile along the bore ot the great gun ur test tube In the line or least resistance Why Snow Is White The reason snow Is white is that lilt the elementary colors are blended to Jether In the ratllunce that Is thrown off from the surface of the crystals tvblcli uiay Ile eXlllllhlldln such away as to detect these colors before they eyeIwhiteness uC the snow Is also In soma degree referable to the quantity of air which Is left uuioug the frozen psrtl- cles Considerably more than II thou rand distinct forms of snow crystzlrn have been lnllllllrntell These minute crystals mtntl prisms reflect all the Ill pound rays uf which white light on stets Ptak and various other tints maybe seen reflected trout sheets of snaw under certain angles ot sutjhtae Ss much light Is reflected by snow In tbe day that the eyes often suffer trolD itr nail enough Is given In the night X guide the traveler In the absence a artificial light ur moonlightCbicugc Tribune t The Eleventh hshcr was once wnshed astiorerum n wreck elf the coast of Ireland Almost destitute or clothing he wandered to the house or a church dignitary ollll lslild for shelter onll alp of a hrother clergyman thew nmuy commandments are there inquired the other thinking to detect IIn impostor hi cm at once fiR tlsCy yeu that I errs not the ignorant Impostor you tale me for replied the archbishop There are eleven vommnandmnents- No was the sneering comment there are but tell emnninndmenta in may Bible Tell ate the eleventh and 1 will relieve you There It is said the archblshoc- a new contutnndment I give unto you that ye love UIII mnmother Holding His Job Michael Cnllnhnll n section boss for the Southern Ill 11 IIIn 11 has a keen Gael whllCIsleepingbesideuetIIIJ tit time llellnllucnt for u full minute mill then remnurked Slope on yC lazy spalpciu shape on fur as long its you shape youre got n joll but when you wake up you ulnt got none LIpplucutrs Magazine- A Run of Luck Itulllentld fellow yolt look blue Are you on the wtoug side of tIll Will Let TrumhullMnrkct lie Itmmgmdt I moved yesterday lime yun man broke 5 worth or the furniture I lost n tinpound Bunk or lnglaud note time gas company helll one up for double the usual deposit and rye just been sum moued on a juryLoudon Mail A Choice of Evils Your laughter can come to me fir ermusid lessons mutd can llo her pmC- tlc1nl at home hil rather youd givo her her festons here ut home and have her do her IIoustcxxPost A Mountain View She on their wedding trip In the mountainsCarlo whnts that long white streak on the ground over to TbatsiNprobably Behavior Is a mirror 1Qwblcb every Dedlsplays his JmageOoet1c e SOLD HIS PRINCIPLES FOR A MESS OF POTTAGE Fate of a Strike Breaker Who Put Gold Above Manhood I Journal Is IIn account of the suicide of Joseph LaFieur known as GUIipOW der Joe whose body was found to the canal at Dayton 0 a shotr time ago LaFleur had a national reputation as a strike breaker In the Iron molding 1- ndtstry and In times of Industrial disturbances drew S and 10 a day and vas the first man called upon by anti union employers Commenting on La Fleurs terrible ending the Journal says For many years he was to be found where molders were on strike plying his profession and selling his manhood for the few extra dollars offered Shunned by his former friends his only associates became those who like himself sought to seCure an eater llvlihood by fsollow the Hessians calling TIle larger wa ges secured under these conditions were squandered In living the me of the mercenary and the excitement of the strike the life behind the stockade replaced the home with Its comforts uud the respect of hie neighborsWhen old age began to make Its Inroadsanll the life ho had ledy began to tell on his vitality no friends ex cept those of the cup stood by to assist him He gave up friends ge up family and gave up manhood for a few paltry dollars to be buried at last In the potters field There Is another side of tIle pie ture well worth looking utiThis un fortunate was known to the foundry men wherever there had been a proml rent strike durlllg the past decade He was one of those whose services were considered of great value when the founderymen had entered Into n truggle with stlte union molders rim and again have they paid his fare front one part of the country to tIle other and given him higher wages than the molders had struck for lie became a most valuable mttn to them and his services were In frequent demand and yet whet tile end came toO little did they respect hits thtt his body was allowed to go to the liaupers grave At the time of hit deuth Ill waS plying his profosson us a strike breaker yet his very associates paid no attention to his romuills No Onto came to see that the body Wilt properly Iliid at rot uo tllkell of respect or friendship was lard upon the rough puns coffin no collection was taken till for the widow evidently no lilt cared He had shaped his life hy disregarding the Interests of his fellow melt he had sold his prlnclllies to the highest bidder and while his services laity have been valuable to the fouiu- drymen for the man his employers had uo respect Whllt did he galll A Boys Composition on Politics Politics Is something that gets II hold on the men every two years The books dont tell us whether it Is an element a disease or just a curious feeling but whatever It Is It Is a warm number It has about the smae effect on a man that turpentine has on dog or cheap whiskey on un Indian I looked In the dictinary for n definition of politics and found that It Is i system of principles of govern ment then I went to a political meet Ing and found that Mr Daniel Webster Is the biggest liar that ever lived There aint no syttem nor principles no government about it Politics Is the greatest stimulant ever Invented any if It could be placed on the market In pill form the demand for strychnine would play out A good doSe of It will make II man who has been down with rheumatism and grip II year throw awaytluis stick and walk a mile to II speaking and when he gets thEre he forgets tha he ever had throat trouble and yells like Commuuche III- dlan Politics Is a common nounIt at tacks all men and some of the women Theres something about politics that makes a man love his fellownmu just one fellowman Itt a time Sev veral fellows I know lInn a bad case of It and they lire ready to whlll theIr best friends who says anything about Jo Bailey or Cone Johnsonyet they dont know Jo or Cone Politics Is both singular and plural It will make one man or a thousand act the fool on a minutes notice The best politician Is tile feller that can holler the loudest A feller that cant make a big noise at the speaking aint worth having on your side Politics Is good for the big dailY py- tpers and the fellows who get selected but it Is hard all protracted meetings and Women who want stove wood spilt Doesanybody get anything out of politics Yes nearly everybody gets shomethlng out of It The slickest politicians get offices sonic fellows Of Interest To Women I o sue women as are not serioustY out- of health but who have exacting duties to perfor either In the WilY of house h Id cares or In social duties and funo tI t hi h seriously tax their strengths we urslng mothers Dr Pierces Favorite P rlptlon has proved a most valuable sup rUng tonic and invigorating nervlne DII tlmel use much Ir10u sickness apltt rIn n vod Id to n table and the I eons k Ire vi I Idom have to be employed I this most c Vii un w n to n oo tl e Tho FavorltePrescrlp- t on as proven B grent boon expectant mothers by preparing tho system for the comingof baby thereby rendering child easy and almost painless Bear In mind please that Dr Piercee Favorite Prescription Is not a secret or patent medicine against which the most Intelligent pooplo are quito naturally averse bocauso of the uncertainty as to their composition and harmless character but Is a icrnicIx6 or 5xowx COIIOS Ttox a full list of nil its Ingredients being printed In plain English on every bottle wrapper An examination of this list of will disclose the fact that ILls nonalcoholic In its composition chemically pure glycerine taking the of the commonly alcohol In Its makeup In this connection It may not be out of place to state that the eFavorito lrescrlptlon of Ur fierce Is the medicine put up for the cure of- IIoman s peculiar wcnkneses and all and pold throlllth dnlllGlsts aU the Inllrt lents of which have the wi- animous endorsement of all the leading medical wrIters and teachers of all the several schools of practice and that too as remedies for I for which A little ploftheendorsements will be sent to any addrese postpaid and absolutely free If you request same by postal card or letter Dr n V Pierce Buffalo N Y Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets care constipation Constipation Is the cause of many c Curo cause and you cure disease Easy to take as candy get whippings lots of men get lemons from the fellows they help elect and nil the people alter they hue had time to consider their follle get a ball case of IIlligustJox Correspondents Still Wanted- 11e wont a correspondent at each of the following places Rockport Mcifenry Taylor Mines Cromwell ArnoldHorse Branch Dundee Rosiue and ordsvllle We furnish stamps and envelopes for mailing purposes and send The Republican without cost Write us If you want to act for us Kentucky Fair Dates i The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky hairs for 1908 as far as reported Stanford July 23 days Georgetown July 2S5 days Winchester August 44 days Danvllle Augusta r3 days Lexington August 105 days Unlontown August 115 days Rurkesvllle August Il4 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 1S4 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TrCounty Pall Sanders August 194 days Yanceburg August 194 days Darbourllle August 193 days Erlanger August IJ4 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 days Ellzabethtown August 253 days Shelbyville August 254 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 2G5 days Morgantown August 2j3 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 dpiys Monticello September S4 days Hodgenville September 83 days Hartford September94 days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days CATORTMare the guatUiat Alba Kind You Have AlW3ri mt I An Italian louse Industry I Of all the Industries In the world the manufacture of Cantu lace by the peasants following this pursuit In Milan Italy Is the mot primitive considering the great demand for these rare fabrics und the number IIi peasants employed In their manufttc lure Cantu laces are not the product of fcatorles but are made In the home of the peasants says Louis C Kane In I the Technical world Magazine Thee peasants lire supplied with the linen yen thaI required tools and the dee signs all which the laces lire woven by the ntanufacturere who takes the or ders from Paris London or New York It Is estimated from statistics gath ered during the past year by those fa- millilr with the Industry that no less than eight thousand women and children are employed In the summer months In the manufacture of Chantu lace When they bring their work to the manufacturer It Is In disconnect ed sections and loose endsnnd lie turns It over to an expert finisher wpo pre pares for market When the loose pieces are themCand the lInen centers laundered and In serted one pair of hands Tlilll finish Ing process costs very little an expert finisher receiving forty cents n day and doing her family housework as yell lit a great many Instances the finisher Is a member of the manufac turers family THE FIRST LADY OF THE LAND 1909 Maner of Woman Who Wilt Rule The White House Aft er That Date The first lady In the land in the event of Secretary William H Tufts election to the Presidency wilLbe In dependent democratft and will have only that regard for lirecedent that is absolutely necessary Mrs Tuft is frnkly nand earnestly for her husband for President says a special from Wall uglon Newspaper correspondents who have visited the Taft home have not been left doubtful on this point Mrs Tan alert thoroughly Informed has listened Intently to questions asked by newspaper met and not In frequently answered them before the Secretary could speak On these occasions the Secretary with the hearty laugh that has made him fmaous and n wave 01 his hand to his wife hits told the cor respondents to talk to my run palgn manager Everyone who knows Mrs Taft leant that this eagerness turd earnestness is In no sense on her own uccbuut Shl Is for Wllliam II Taftto the point where even the mildest criticism seems It malicious Assault The atmosphere of the Taft home 1s Ime ot hospitality to friend and stranger and his wife likes to welcome vlsl tors to their home If these are close friends they are mlllie to feel that the Taft home Is their own If they conic on business they are treated with the utmost courtsey No titan ever goel from the door feeling that his call hat been an Intrusion That Is one of the reasons why Mr and Mrs Taft have hosts of friends In Washington whom they might not recognize lit IL ecousd meeting If the Secretary Is not lit home Mrs Tart often receives even the business callers In twothirds of the smnrt houses of Walhlngtull Otto would see only a servant Mrs Tafts most cotwplcioits alt is genuine womanliness with absoutely- nO affectation tier manner Is frillll direct uud she has II refreshing sense of humor One IlIIaglne and wltwnl doubt hntidully that Sirs Taft and trc Selletllly IIIIC mush fun between themselves in conversation with out illllllence or clltlJrtaluers Toa Late for Last Welk CLEAR RUN June 17Farmcrs are about through tiitttug out tobacco In llh lIelghborhoJ- trley are very busy cutting wheat Mr Sam Richlson and Miss Orllhla- Klllg both of this placo eloped to Clllrkesvllle Tenn last Thursday and were married Mr uud Mrs Richison are highly respected young people and hethe bet wishes of their many friends Mr R M Newcom and Mrs Altha Leisure of the Washington neighbor hood are visiting relative InHender son at this writing- Mr Philander Trogdw went to Hart ford today Several front here attended church at Barnetts Creek today Mrs Lum Dowell of Render Mines was the guest of her sister Mrs C M Newcom today Miss Annie Dowell Is visiting relati ves here at this writing Mrs James Cray Is very III Mrs Edgar Leach Is very 111 at the home of her fathers near Ileda Mrs Anderlon Ileadol and sister Nora Hoover and Mr Sam Rlcheson and wife visited the family of Mr Mc Kellne Murray Monday Mr and Mrs E H Murray were the guests of their daughter Mrs Jr W Leisure and family Sunday Mrs Charlie Schafer of Beaver Dam visited her sister Mrs Neal Hoover Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Funk were the guetts of relatives In flarlietts Creek neighborhood Saturday and Sunday Mrs A E Stewart and Miss Lou Hoover visited Mr LC Hoover Jr at Barnetts Creek Sunday Mrs L C Hoover and children of this place visited Mr Turner lilacs und family of Barnetts Creek Sunday nicelylathave been In McLean and Davless coun ties on business for several weeks are at home lignin Mr D L Sharp and family of Mt- Moriah visited the family of Mr Leslie SURE CURE For All aofS- TOMACH LinR a KIDNEYS I e Hoover Saturday hind Sunday Mrs Anderson Meador and Mrs Sam Rlchlsson were the guest of Mrs David Meador and Mrs Arcbio McConu yes tcrday afternoon nmenmee or the Fall 13x Mrs AI thought Mrs 0 was a friend ot yours Mrs BAnd SO she Is Mrs AWell she Isnt Shes a hypocrite Mrs DlIow do you know that Mrs ADccause sbe tried to getme to say something mean about you Mrs DShc dId How Mrs AWhy she naked me to tell her what I really thought or youCblcago News His Qualifications iIJes talking now of becoming an actor Why ho hasnt any qunlUJcnUons tins he Oh yes n friend ot his dIed recently and left him a fur lined overcoat tndhigh hat Philadelphla Press Stew Meyer DlobbsSee that messenger boy rend Ing the dhue novel He hasnt moved for an hour SlobbsWhat an Ideal chess player he would mnkePhlladelp- hla Record Priests Order An actor nUlllcl1 Priest was playfag at one of the principal theuters In Lon don Sonic one remarked at the Oar rick club that there were a great many men In the lIlt every evening Probably clerks who have taken Priests orders said Mr Poole one of the best punsters swell as one of the cleverest comic satirists of the day London Telegraph Giving Quickly See tae next week about it But ho who gives quickly gives twiceThats just the point I dont care to be held up later for a second sub scriplionlPittaburg Post His Opportunity lIeIm going to luring Jolt home with me to dinner tonight SheOlt mercy dear ItonU Its the cooks day out and Ill have to cook dinner HeNever mind I owe Jolt one any wayExchnnge Good Features Mrs DaconWhrt that piano has several keys that make no sound at sill Mr DuconYes and there are some other goal features about Jt- fonkelll Statesman will I cureany The Louisville TiniosIs the livest afternoon paper publish ed anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times Is 5 a year but you can get th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR 500SIX MONTHS 250 Wtll kUfancJ C for ad asks Illachaolre Dissinee- Iadlgeatlest N N ad TRADEMAK prorPU7 obtlJlt4 1a- aU COWltde or no tee We obtIJI PATENT THAT PAY adrertlwthmtborooahtyatout iiena end help you to reooert- Sind modeL photooukttdl for rREE report on pMIAbllJlJ to JtAd pracuoe suR rortreeaddBook tretWASHINGTON NervousIndigestion The action of diges tion is controlled by nerves leading to the stomach When they are weak the stomach is de prived of its energy It has no power to dQ its work If you want per manent relief yoU must restore this energy Dr Miles Nervine restores nervousenergy and gives performFor many years I VAS an acute sufferer from nervous indigestion at times I was so despondent life seemed almost a burden I tried all kinds of remedies and various physicians wIth little or no relief until one night last umlnerl saw Dr Miles Nervlne ana Heart Cure advertised I resolved to make one more trial which I dId In the purchase or one bottle of Nervlnft and one ot Heart CUre In a few days I began to feel better which encour aged me aomuch that I continued the medicine until I had taken more than a dozen bottles I am very much Im proved tn every way makeayspeclnnd since 1 point to recommend medIcine ana r- I feel a slncer plea ure In knowing that several persons have been bene fited through my recommendations A S MELTON 4hvllle N C Dr Mlle Nervln as sold by your druggIst who will pus antee that the tiNt bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles MediCal CQ Elkhart Ind KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR cOUCHS OLDS THROAT LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR MONEY REFUNDED One Minute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Group AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed at Once It cleanses soothes heals roteets the disease tem brpne resulting from Catarrh and drives aWRY a Cold in the Yearn qulcklyRe stores the Senses of IO PBICE 100 I Trial Bottle Free AND ALL AND OR Gives fillet CATARRH HAY FEVER I Taste and Smell Full size GO cta atDrug- gists or by mail In form 7G cents Ely Brothers 6G Warren Street New York Ohio County Supply Co Inoorporat- c3dHartford= may = bt Hardware Machinery and all Kinds bt I of Farming Implements E fi tfi= workmanshIP We handle only the best makes and can therefore = recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers btfiA full line of felrce wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep bit hitfiWe handle the followIng well known brands of Wagons Mitch bt = ell Mogul Dlount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee = 41 Harvesting MachinerY We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn 4t Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers 4Q and SwIngs The largest supply house In OhIo county Give us a 44 call Prices always equitable bt rLECTRICBlnERS II Halarlatc- y Uft heat Mdlcta Iiim 10alOIIIj aN r k prJrr J RJ SI wnJl if c J eIi9trtT81BARNETT ATTORNEYS Ai LAW HARTFORD KY lull practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to nil business entrusted to their care Collections and the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her ald building CHAS M CROWS LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In an the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and Republicanbuilding JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county OffIce north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FederalCourt toAlsoOffice over Williams Url Store IL IIIEAVItiN ElINltalaVUUDWAI HEAVRIN WOODWARD rut yS 4 11t31 1 HARTFORD KY Wlll practice their procession tn andCourt OfficeYAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY theCourtsand In the Court ot Appeals Also No NationalUanl wII JlAmmH S A ANDEIISOD BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetice ot Law tn all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main HarttordKy begivenW H BARNES s A ANDRSON GRADUATE NURSE MAYA Hospital has located i- nHARTFORID timesResidencephone No 137 JAMES C BENNETT p o Box 125 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEER propertyble Your patronage solicited JOHN BLAIR Buford H7- LlGENSED AUGpTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of prop reasonable tnidlntndIoarbcoP7lPItCctN Ww4ingorraverNntreas clumlWrll4orcomeciua 0wWAfHINOT J- 1 a- a aw Brevities THE HALL OF FAME la lPresil1ent Roosevelts name Is not In German Whos Who Following recovery from typhoid fever the black holrbf Calvin Myers of Dover 0 turned red townII trlct for the fiftyfirst time 11 State Senator Russell Is trying to or ganize acre clubs In every commu nity In Oklahoma Each member Is to plant an acre of some product and the scheme Is a practical school for farm ors Ernest W Emery day manager of the Associated Press at Washington has been unanimously elected exalted ruler of Washington lodge No IGot the Benevolent and Protective Order pf Elks Probably no man In Main holds so many town offices as T B W Stetson of Hartford captured at this years town meeting The list includes town clerk treasurer collector member of e1 school committee constable and truant officerThe Rocha family of the state of Du- rango Mexico are among the Inrgest family owners of land In the world They count their wealth by millions of dollars and are In supreme control ot- a mountainous territory embracing about 10000000acres General Robllant who was one of the Italian representatives at the sec one peace conference at The Hague has been named to succeed General Giovanni Battista dl Glorgls who died in Rome suddenly on March 13 as head of the International gendarmerie InMacedoniaMinister A Coromllas Is the first resIdent envoy ever sent by Greece to America lie is a bachelor and one of the most striking looking foreign ers that have ever come to this coun try The new envoy gained his first knowledge of our tongue from reading tho works of Mark Twain with the old of n dictionary Home Notes n It you scorch a garment when Iron- Ing it rub a lump of dry starch on the mark then sponge it off Repeat till the yellow disappears- To prevent a torn placket place a hook and eye near the bottom of your skirt opening Never unhook this and your skirt will never be torn The pulverized washing powders last much longer If used from a talcum powder shaker A baking powder can with holes punched through the lid may be utilized for the purpose Spots of wagon grease may be re moved from cotton goods by moisten ing slightly a piece of common brown laundry soap nnd rubbing It on the spot thickly Let remain three or four hours and then wash In cold water Portleres that are faded can be re dyed at small expense There are soy eral who guarantee the result provided a sample of the new color desired is furnished Faded carpets have also been satisfactorily dyed German Gleanings I The German fishers brought in dur- Ing the last season 310000 tons of her ring valued at 2000000 Having thrown a pot of beer at a fellow officer and broken his nose a German lieutenant in Danzig was BO ashamed that he shot himself a The supreme court of Germany has in several cases fixed the responsibili ty of bankers when advising invest ments to their clients especially when such advice was volunteered as against another Investment desired Railway stations of Berlin are short ly to be proylded with automatic ma chines which on the Insertion of 52 cents will deliver an umbrella A ticket will also drop out and whoever presents it within two days at an of a lice of the automatic society wilt re ceive 33 cents In return for tho um brella Flippant Flings The really disgusting feature about this mad rush for wealth Is that we were left at the postPuck Beware of Boston in June Twenty thousand clubwomen are to meet there then and this Is leap year Florida TimesUnion That New York policeman who has Just completed his fiftieth year on the force ought to be a very rich man Newark News Much Joy Is brought to the common people by the tidings that the diamond trust Is about to be busted Now for the champagne trust Atlanta Constitution Facts From France A pawnbroker in France is spoken of as my aunt The oldest parish priest in France h M Gudenuo of Roches who although 102 years old Is In full possession of all his faculties Augusto Ferrol a clown in a show in Parts broke off his engagemen- tt ii with Jeanne Leclerc a dancer be cause she called him a clown in a fit angerParis a now kink It Is putting girl models In tailors show windows Where sit and chat and walk dls playing the latest cut gowns to thtUt rnQtadoantagex ta Q t t a x 1 1 i SHORT STORIES Blond people are rarely afflicted with cancer Camillas population has Increased about 23 per cent In ten years In the PlttBfleld Moss Jail 10 cents a day Is allowed for food for each prisoner Seventy members of the Berryvlll family one of the largest In the Creek Nation draw more money for oil royalties than any other family In Oklahoma Together they receive 20000 a monthA club at Salina 111 has been presented with a gavel made from a board taken from the floor ot Lincolns old home at Sprlngtleld Workmen sawing down a largo elm tree In Portsmouth N II the other day found two bullets In the heart ot the tree of the old molded pattern It is estimated that they have been In the tree for more than 150 years In the United States senate every third man Is a millionaire In the house of representatives one man la worthII llonalres and time house fourteen Modes of the Moment The most fetching of the little skirts have a slight upward tilt at the backI This is very becoming to the figure making It look chic and youthful Skirts of lawn are shown with col ored embroidery the white or ecru flounce having buttonholded scallop edges and embroidery design above in blue rose red or other color The stock is a thing that la attracting much attention and costing a great deal of money It Is made of lace and it Is wired high under the ears Tile higher the stock the higher the price A great deal of attention Is paid to thp trimmings of the gown and there are spring costumes that look as though they had been made pimply as mediums for tho display of the handsome embroideries and pretty silver trimmings Brooklyn Eagle Church Work For fifty years Bishop George Moulr and his wife have been working together in China The bishop of Chlchoster England who has Just been consecrated Is the ninetyfifth Incumbent of the see- TheI foreign mission board of the Re formed Dutch church plans to spend theIIn ten years the sum will reach 424 000The church split in Scotland Involv ed the division of over 10000000 worth of income bearing funds of which the 130 congregations of the I present Free church will receive outright a little more than 1800000 the I rest going to the 1100 congregations that adhere to the union Plays and Players Harry Kelly will star next year in Deacon FJood a musical play The Three of Us Is to be produced in London Henry Blossom 1t Is reported is to write n play for Eleanor Robson The Honor of the Family which Otis Skinner has made so successful In this country is to ho produced in Lon donCharles Frohman has purchased from Yvette Guilbert the English speaking rights to all her songs for the use of Hattie Williams I Francis Wilsons tour In When Knights Were Bold has been so suc cessful that the route has been extend I ed until the end of June The Sporting World Frank Bogash 203y will represent Canada In the pacing free for ails this I seasonIt reported that Ruth Dillon 3 215Vi the crack half mile filly will be raced again this season I Next years national bowling tourney at Madison Square Garden New York may be rolled on twentyfour alleys Charles Seri of Ogdensburg N Y will be out this season with the pacer Texas Hooker 205Yz and will race over the half mile rings Pugilist Sailor Burke has announced his retirement from the ring It is reported that the Sailor has bought himself a small farm on Long Island andI will go Into the poultry business English Etchings There are nearly 2700 crossing LondonI guarded by estimated at t tOO000000 I The Bank of England will not take small sums It requires private depos Jtors to maintain a balance of 000 The London county council has or dered time closing of seventynine voluntary schools belonging to the Church I of England because the buildings are not fit for use IPith and Point I Remember that an bet of charity works both ways An ounce of help Is worth several ItIthe worst of It tineII i There are pian routes to riches but I most of us tpvelin the wrong dlrecj tion Chicago News i 1 t cai He Knew of but One Many years ago De Scott Evans the artist took a trip to lamalcn and upon his return to New York he ex hibited n number of pictures that hn hud painted during his outing One day u man who lad been look Ing throughtbe studio lopped before a picture amid nuked What does this represent That said Mr Evans Is a scene In Junin len- Jamaica 1 echoed the visitor Thats strange I dont remember ivex seeing Anything like that In Ja aialca You have been there then have You the nrtlst inquired Oh yes I live there Well you surely must bo acquainted with this place then It is n street scene In the principal town of the Island The man from Jamaica looked at Mr Evans for ii moment as If ho thought the latter must ho daft Then he emphatically declared I live In Jamaica mud there Isnt a street In the town that bears the re motest resemblance to that picture The mention of Jamaica as a town cleared away the mist- I see said Mr Evans you live in Jamaica N Y dout you Yes replied the suburbanite Is there another Jamaica anywhere They Lacked Team Work There yams small respect In Captain Maybury mind for the bruIns of the artists whom he nnd his wife harbor ed and fed during the summer They are n Vel meaning lot of folks as ever lived he said confidentially to a neighbor but whIm It comes to com mon sense every last living one of em needs n guardecn Act kind o crazy I reckon said the neighbor Well taint so much that admit ted Captain Mnybury as tis that they lack gumption and ttprawl Two of cm were talking to mo about the sunset light last night We work fast ns we can but we cant ketch It they told me It fades so fast nod before you know It the glow Is dead Ive got sonic used to their queer talk but that did seem plumb foollith If two of you cant ketch it I sajs why In tuuket dont tho whole eight of you set to work together same as If you hind a fence to paint But if youll believe me I could tell by their looks theyd never thought of such a thing before Theyre simple thats what they ureYouths Companion The Old Time Almanac- It Is astonishing what faith the old school farmer used to put in his al manac said a farmer of the new school a graduate of nn agricultural collegeMy father was an old school farm er and In June he would consult his almanac to see If wo were going to have aMlear Christmas What though the almanac usually went back on him Sometimes Us predictions were true and one accurate prophecy coun terbalanced in my fathers mind fifty mlscures Once I crossed the ocean with the old man Wo sat at tho captains table and the first night out my father lay ing down his spoon said nndousli- Cuptaln hev ye got an almanac on board No tho captain answered The old man frowned and shook his bead Then by gosh he said well Jest hey to take the weather as sh- ecomesLos Angeles Times Dickens and His Beard Frith painted Charles Dickens por trait when the novelist began to grow a beard and told this anecdote of the occasionWell one day when Dickens was sitting the servant come up to tell me Sir Edwin Landseer was below Dick ens said Lets have him up he hasnt soon my beard and mustache yet Charles Landseer and Edwin had been abroad for some time together In Italy and they hadnt all met for months Edwin came up and took no notice of the beard and at last Dickens said Well Lanny what about all this Dyou like It Think Its an Improve ment Oh n great Improvement Landseer said quite gravely It hides so much of your face Dickens wasnt the least offended Hed let Lanny say anything I All Were Prime Ministers An eminent surgeon was once sent for by Cardinal Du Dais prime min later of France to perform a very serious operation upon him The cardinal said to him You must not ex pact to treat me In the same rough manner ns you treat your poor miserable wretches at your Hotel Dleu My lord replied the surgeon with great dignity every one of those mis erable wretches as your eminence is pleased to call them Is n prime min ister In my eyesSuccess Magazine Down In the Depths The mermaid was rummaging thy sunken ship- I want to see If I can find one of those hand mirrors the comic papers Always picture us as using she said For vanity alas Is not confined to that comparatively Insignificant per tion of the earths surface known as dry land Chicago Tribune The Crowding Sex Young and beautiful the wife of a certain millionaire Is alleged to find her only amusement In stealing Even among we see tho tendency of women to push men out of their jobsLondop Opinion There lsn strength of quiet endur ance as significant of courage as the most daring feats oC iiTucker- y man s ftr 1 r T A r +H+++++++++++4 ++++ ++ ++ + + MM f+ + i 1 i THE KENTUCKY i j Light and Power Co i INCORPORATED I0 WILY WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT COSY i ELECTRIC 4 LIGHTS ARE CLEANI HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME 6R BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t+ BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I REACHit F G BARRASS Manager i+ I 1m a country civilized it de When it becomes posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER Typei globe is not so important as the further fact that the demand increases year after year i The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Premier Co r1 C I tcl 821 Pine St ST IOeIS1I0 I COASTERI s8 wHEN typewriters I III Smith Typewriter RIDER AGENTINUCHTOWi ample Latest Model Ranger bicycle lumunea by us Our agents everywhere are nuking money fast Writil UJIatktJaff itttiai tjfrr at ono Weahiptoallow TEN LAYS FREE TRIAi durtng which time you mayridlhe bicTcleandI tokeepI FACTORY PRICES to fry middlemens profits by buying direct of us and have the guar I factoryIrriuantes behind your DO NOT HUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from axytnt r when wondnfullylewjrrcuweanmake costBIUYCLJCIdoublerour Orders filled dry received SECONDHAND HICYCLKS We do not regularly handle second hand but usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores These we clear out romptly at prices ranging from 83 to 88 or SID Descriptive terrain mailed tree RAKES A manufacturers incla wheels Imported roller chains and parts repairs and equipment of all at haf tin aril retail prim I 50 HEDGETHORN SELFHEALING TIRES The retail price oltheu lira it Aq cp prpair hut la pe willI utlyouaiampltpairlorHMffcaHwithorderHJS NO MORETRONBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let tho air oat thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pain now in use DESORIPTIOHl Made mall sizes It la 1lcelq andeasyridtngverydurableandllnedlnsidewithaspectal I lIedcuslomers Iatlng that up once ortwice in a whole season Theyweigh no more than an ordinary tire the puncture reslsllngqualltles being given by tread advertising Qse we are a to YOU TIRESdont WAITbut bCYdesltlspoSsibfetomate1al our beautiful and bicycles lists pedal PUNCTUREPROOF regular inlrMuu wilhoutallowlag TheregutarprlceolthesetlreelsSoperpatrbutfor 80 the A and puncture 11 D rim II to rim cutting the wilt any malceSOFT HIDING the rider of only 480 per pair All orders shipped same letter is received We ship Co O D on You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented allow a cash discount of s cent thereby making the price 84 5B per pair if you send FULL CASH WITH OIIDEH and advertisement We will also send one nickel pIa led beau hand pump Tires to be returned atOUK expense if for anyreason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and sent to us as sate as a bank you order a of these tires you will find they easier run faster wear last and look finer any tire you ever used or seen et any price We know you be a pleased when you want a bicycle will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable lire offer I I NEED 11he special introductory price Catalogue Milch quotes makes prices I DO NOT becomes today uumu bicycle anyone wonderful offers making postal everything Wtlte lOW Ju CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL rrwtm rsNeglected Tomb of Zachary Taylor Unknown majority citizens Kentucky neglecte- dI who know tomb only President United States within borders revere overrun with weeds vile undergrowth seven miles earst Louis vlllo Brownsboro road Aside from Ltncoln MaJ General Zachary Taylor only President Kentucky mill claim arid becauseot bjrthb6tbecause affection for eisoll that nurtured him and ic receive catalogue prices SAMPLE PAIR TO INTRODUCE ONLY It Notice thick treadstrip and also strip prevent outlast other ELASTIC and KASY approval money that ride better longer than that will well that IF buy any any price you send a pair of Puncturerroof approval and trial at quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry and all and ot tires at about half the usual write us a postal vn ixjmtv UK a pair of tires tram until know the new and we are It only costs a to learn It iI L MEAD w aarar to the ofI the of I the few do It the of the of the she has her to Is and of on the is the this Is not his of his th Ii j J Jq A you the 1U This have kind at until for tires on NOT vast wlleli he egirded ns his him IrPSl dent Taylors grave is In tha burying ground of the Taylor family established by his father Col Richard II Taylor of revolutionary tame on the Taylor homestead between tho nrown bro nnd the river roads next to the place famous as Glenvlow stock farm It Is situated on a slight eminence commanding the surrounding fields and I farms and Is In i laln view from the road along which half the neonla who drive do not know that the plain white granite shaft surmounted by a human figure commemorates a hero of the In dlan and Mexican war as well as a i President of the United States D1IlElJD mT Ohio County Circuit Court T F Blrkhead Judge Ben D Hinge Attorney Oscar Mldkltf Jailer Ed G Barras Clerk Frank LFelix Master CommlsslonerY L Mos icy Trustee Jury Fund II B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratcher L P Crowder W cAshley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judgv VoodwardAttorneyfirst Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober TUesdaynay in October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor RyItoyJames CoroneJingoJUSTICES COURTS J II Williams Beaver DamMarch 24 Juno 23 September 21 December 2L- W P Miller Horse Branch March 26 June 23 September 23 December 26 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W n Edge Fordsvllle March SSJuno 2 September 27 December 2S B S Chamberlain Beda March 29 June 25 September 28 December 53 Herbert Render Ccntortown Marchi 30 June 29 September 23 December 30 John II Mlles Rockport Murch 31 June 30 September 30 December 31 IIAIITFORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge J S QlennClty Attorney S II Seibert Marshal court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church Soth Services second Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and 4th Snday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting everj Thrsday evening C P ChurchServIces first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrlstlon ChurchServices every fourtl Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C IlL Crowe J S Glenn W S TInsleyC M Darnett City CouncIIJ II Williams Mayor C JI Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treas urer II E L Zimmerman C M Bar nett E E Ulrkhead Wayn Griffin hooker Williams and Ernest Ellis SECRET SOCIETIES IlIaI EThomasKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Satrday night In each month R R Riley lush Priest Roscoe Render SecretaryRough River Lodge No 110 Knlghtt of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and SI Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M Pllord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 41 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third OfraIEere Preston Morton Post No4 G A nholds regular meetings Saturday bat the first Sunday In each month F tjPorter Commander R A Anderatt AdjtOhio Tribe No 183 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J Ney Foster Chief of RecordsAcme Lodge No 339 I 0 0 F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G B Likens N Q O M Shultz Secretary CASTORIAFor v The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of The Safest and Quick est Way to Transfer Money HYILONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel X Tel Go ixronroiuTKD 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cI Anyone sending a sketch and description may qnlcklr ascertain our opinion an liiT ntlon la probably e Communion i tionstrlctlyconadent HANDBOOK ou latent ngpatentePatentsrptclal notice without charge In IA Itlrm largest OrI eolation of any etmiflo Journal Terms3aI rear I tout months 6 6oia brail newsdealers I Yorkmate sYr z r- eI pa Srx txF i H I I I i GIJ fir g7CIP i ntIC M H CIOS IJ DI Pitt rlF 1 L It t OilV 11 tc1 j S 11et I l Ii yf J i 15 FOR FIFTEEN bAxs ONLY JVNE 25 JUJLY X08 u15 pciENTIREWe have recently purchased at forced sale the entire stocki Jewelry Spectacles Toilet Articles Pictures Lamps of goods formerly owned by Mr W H Griffin Hartford I Paints Booksc All go at sacrifice pricesmuch Ky and willoffer same to the public at unheardof prices less than cost The owner of the building wants the store The stock is complete and consists of everything usually I room and we have only 15 in which to dispose of thetkept in a firstclass drug store such as Drugs Medicines I stock 0111 a y IPii Come Now While the Stock is Complete andLay in Goods for a Future Day Saving Prices EVERYTHING MUST GONOTHING RESERVED Come and take these splendid goods at practically your own prices Prescriptions compounded reasonable prices during this sale Mr W H Griffin will be in charge No sales at these rates except for cash let this chance you Remember the dateJune 25th to July 9th Remember the place W H Griffins recent the old J A Thomas corner Z T77arLe Griffin Taxies E J7 illieuoDs HERTFORD KBNTUOKY YOUNG MAN WAS DROWN ED IN GREEN RIVER Called tor Aid Soon After He Jump ed intoWater but Could Not be Reached Roy Kelly nineteen years of age a former Davie s county boy was drowned In Green river a few miles from Central City at i oclock Friday night He was In swimming and was seized with cramps Despite the heroic efforts of hw young com jmnlon Dunbar McElhinny of Central City to rescue him ho sank for the third time and his body floated down stream out of reach of the young man Mr Kelly was employed In Central City as stenographer for W D McEl hliiny of the Central Coal mid Iron company After office hours In company with Dunbar McElhinny he wont to the river to swim He had just plunged Into the water when he called to McElhinny to come to his assistance He wns very warm when lie retched the river and when he jumped into the cull water he was selztd with cramps McElhinnyj caught Kelly twice when he came to the surface of the water but was unable j to roach the shore with him When lIe Sault a third time his body was carried down stream McElhinny returned to Central City and a party immediately left t and drugged the river to recover the body Mr Kelly fuse a son of Mrs Rhoda Kelly who resides at Utica He was a nephew by niarrlnge of Mr J Q Hayncs of Owcushoro and washheld In high esteem by the business men of Central CityIi SMALLHOUS J uric 2Rev Love and wife Heaver Dam Ky were In our midst Saturday f and Sunday to fill hIs appointment at I Equality church Mrs Erelclne Fulkerosn of near South f Carrollton was In our midst Saturday j the guest of ilr and Mrs Bob Fulker lean and Mr and Mrs S T Hunter i Mir land Mrs T L Withrow were the guests of her Sister Mrs 0 W Over I teals Friday night and Saturday She And Mrs Overhuls were the guests of Mr andvMrs RaytFiilkerson near Klrt leys landing u Mlsa MaudeCalloway has returned I 1 An t t lY 1 q f nil I r TO 9 II 1 I from a weeks visit to relatives at ttta and Sutherland J Several from Smallhouse attended SaturdaIEthel Hunter Messrs Lewis Fulkerson and Edmond Hunter Miss Hera Hoss Centertown was a guest of Miss Ethel Hunter Saturday night and Sunday Mrs C Igleheart and daughter are the guestss of relatives at Hartford Mr Herman Addington had the mis misfortune of getting his buggy demolished one day last week while out driving He was driving a coW fortunately neither he or his horse were hurt in the runaway Messrs Edley and Chas Harrel and time Misses Igleheart Center town Mr and Mrs Ersklna Fulkerson near South Carroll toa Mr and Mrs T L With row Central City and Mr Ashby and a Miss Jackson hoar Waltons Creek attended church at Equality Sunday Miss Golda Withrow is a guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs William j AddingtonIjust returned from Chicago and are holding a few days meeting In a tent near Mr Jim Wlthrows they will leave In a tiny or two and return In August to hold ii meeting Mrs Robert Hunter and daughter Miss Ethel have returned from a visit to relatives at Hartford IIufurd and Utica TWO RAILROADS FOR HARTFORD Chicago and Paducah Capitalists 1WillBuild Line From Central City A diepatehrota Paducah In Tuesdays CourierJournal has the following good news for Hartford which we hope Is true While In Chicago attending the national Republican convention Post master Frank M Fisher learned from the clout engineer of the railroad whlc extends from Central City to Madison extends from Central City to Madlson vllle recently purchased by Paducah and Chicago capitalists that the Cain tract had been let for twenty miles of new road which will extend it to Hart eventuallybeducah REDUCTION OF FORGE OF TROOPS liD Night Rider Districts by Or der of Acting Governor I- j Cox i I Frankfort Ky June 24 Under or ders front Acting Governor Cox a reduction of onethird has been made In the number of soldiers now In the field In the counties where the night riders have been active and the num ber will be further reducd shortl orJ Just as soon as the men can be spared The Acting Governor directed the Ad jutant General to dispense with as many soldiers as possible and as a re suit onethird of the force In Western Kentucky has been ordered home A reduction was made In Bracken county several days ago a company being relieved of duty Gov Cox does not believe In the Ulleof the mll Itlary except when absolutely necessary and he thinks that the soldiers who have been scattered over the State during the night rider troubles can be sent home in many Instances without Interfering with the op eratlon of the law Gov Cox believes that tho troubles with the night riders are practical ly over now and as the use of the military has been exceedingly expensive to the State he thinks the soldiers can be recalled He does not de sire to handicap the authorities in the counties where they think tli1 soldiers are needd but in many in stances he thinks the soldiers can be called In and he Is going to try to relieve all the troops In the State from active duty just as soon as possible The Governor says that this does not mean that the soldiers iyill not be ordered out If the occasion requires it and the county official- ask for then but means that h does not want any more on duty titan are absolutely essential 1JuneUtica this week Mr A E Ellis was In our town Mon day and Tuesday Mr Gilbert Holbrook and Miss Stewart of Owensboro visited J D Holbrook and family Sunday wire Mary Newton Is visiting herb brother J S China of Beda this Misses Florence andjnnle Under wood of Llyla visited elr aunt Mrs t j i+ J Walter Blair Saturday night Miss Lela Magan is visiting he cousin Mr Clint Field and family near Utica this week Mrs F M Hoover has a sprained toot Mr Bennle flair gave the young pea pie quite a nice party Saturday night and entertained them with nice music onphonograph Mrs I S Mason and her two youngest children of Heaver Dam are visi ting Mr R J Mason and wife Misses Florence and Annie Under wood of Livia attended the party at Mr John Blairs Saturday night Mr Sammie RIchison and wife will move to Moseleyvllle today to run the farm for Mr Thomas uncle of Mrs RIchison Mr L D Magan and family visits d his uncle Clay Magan near Laffoon Saturday night and Sunday Misses Josje Carry anti Barley Magan attended the Masonic picnic at Hartford Saturday Tho men and boys of this place en tertained Sanunie RIchison and wife Friday night with an old fashion charivari about three hours Messrs Sam Rhoads and family and Ray RIchison and family visited Mr J Thomison and fmally near Hcflln Sun day Mr Wilbert King and family of Westerfield visited Mr Johnon Wlgln ton Saturday night and Sunday 1airs B F Graves is visiting rela tlves near Livermore this week Mr Ola Yewell and sister Miss Sallie of Rough River Locks visited rela tines here last week returning home Saturday BAIZETOWN June 24There was a nice rain fell here Wednesday morning which was greatly needed Rev Jack Snodgrass filled his re gulhr appointment here Sunday an also baltlzAA four atnine oclock fir 0 gj White and daughter Miss plcnlec The W O W Lodge met here Fri day night One new member was Initiat ed they are having the floor laid to willbenlclye H Stewart of Renfrow There will be a debate at Warrens Mill commencing July 22 between Thaddens S Hutson of Indiana of the LelheIe lst church fJ 9 Daughertyraa In Cronawell Monctey on business It ti COMPANIES NOT FOR NIGHT RIDER LOSSES Judge Sandldlge Holds That Rio Clause Excuses Them From Pay fog for The Insurance companies which had policies of insurance on the tobacco destroyed by night riders in Russell vllle won a signal victory in the opinion dust handed down In the Logan circuit court at Russelivllle which exempts them from labtltes The companies refused to pay the losses on the ground that they were exempted from payment under the clause in the policy which excuse them from payment of a loss that Is caused directly or Indirectly by riot The plaintiffs on the R her hand contended that the clause question did not excuse the coriipaples from payment for a loss by fire caused by a riot but merely yi caused by th rioters other than a hit laseeach as destruction of the property by means other than by a tire The case Was elaborately argued about two weeks ago and In opinion Judge San didge sustains every conten tion of tho insurance companies and holds that It would be doing violence to the policy and to the Intention of the parties to falls any view other than that contended for by time com paniestThe losses at Russellvillo amount to oll1plnseshadthe state aggregating flOQOOO which the decision affects Similar questions are Loulev111eiiopklnQvllleancd i CLEAR lET June 24 Several from here attended the barbecue at Hartford Saturday Rev Fuqua and family attended the funeral of his brother MrJGeo Fuqua of For svllle last Sunday The rain toll here last night wasihighly appreciatedt Mr O M Hoover and sister attend ed the childrens day near Horton Sun day Mr McKolnie Murray went to Ow ensboro Monday on business Mr Jess Tayor and family Mr Mc WLeleursWadedapdlHraEH f I I Vases Blank days at Dont escape stand LIABLE BurnedTobacco Mr John Park Sunday Mrs John Paris is very Hi at this writingLavella Hoover In on the sick list Mr James Stewart went to Mc coaltMrs J W Leisure and children visit ed Mrs T C Park Sunday Mrs J E Park Is visiting relatives In Owensboro at this writing I Mrs Altha Leisure and R M New corn has returned home from a visit to relatives In Henderson Mr Class Hoover visited her daugh ter Mrs O R TInsley of the Wash ington neighborhood Saturday night and Sunday Mr J H Farris and family of the Washington neighborhood vIsited Rev Dame and family Nocreek Friday and SaturdayMrs Leach who has been ill for some time is slowly Improving COOL SPRINGS June 25Rev Baughn filled his reg ular appointment at this place Satur day and Sunday SunUay School is progressslng nice ly Mrs Edna Wilson and daughterOf Butler county are visiting friends and relatives at this place daughter urday nightrDr Hoove or Prentls attended herqNndayLittle has been quite sick Mrs Matilda Fulkerson and Mrs ofMissMinnle hometup Mr Floyd Rogers of Butler county Raturday CooperInciafn RuthHunleySundayMr Hines and Misses Ula and atHartfordRochessterIs t ThinksI ofOhiotheirSherifftheir 1908 and will have tb eel feet uderbe Mme lair that I have sooneryoube rcu 00hr F m r