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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1teJtzrtferb lttpnblicatiI Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIlL PEOPLE 01 OfllO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 3 1908 No50 4 STAND FIRM FOR EQUITY That What Farmer Says Far mers Should do New Orralnlzatlon Not Limiting Acrage and Misrepresents I Eu1ty Principles To the Equity tobacco growers of- hioO county I take this method of calling your attention to the workings of the new tobacco organization known as the Green River Tobacco Growers 4soCatioii or Branch of American tobacco Company This part of the county has been canvassed In the last Jew days by re llresentatlves of this association and once the report goes out that I had sIgned their pledge when It is well known that I had pledged my tobacco to the EquitY committee of Ohio County NowI consider this report as a refleetion on my IntegrI- ty and resent It as sueIi lint I ani not alone In this experience as I find that such reports have been sCart ed on it number of men In different communities who were known to be staunch Equity men It scents to be the vohlcY of thin orgaiilzation to gain Its ends regnrd1ee of the means used I regret the necessity of ally criticism that can be construe4 as a fight on the new organization buti Ityunder the clrcumst1I1ces My policy has been to treat the members of thIS now organization with all courtesy recognizing the fact that they had a right to decide this question forthonio- 1vei and believing that we migtt work along In perfect harmony and Ioperation But the meaUli used to secure names to their pledges In thIS Part of the county as well as ptiier things said and done by MrBerry and other advocates of the organ 2UtiOfl compells me to review the history of this organization front its be glnlJlg In the first lilace when the Green River DhltrictA S of E was called together to conFider the constitution and bylaws of this association it was clearlY undErt ocd to be a delegated convention but when It met the chair maii ruled that It was a mass meet ing and that all Equity men were entitled to a seat This ruling gave the friends of the new association It decided advan tage over those who stood firm for the A SI of II and furthermore the constitution was adopted by thIS meeting wIth an amendment tlllt provided that In one year from that date there should be a vote taken as to whether or not thtlli organization should become a lart of tile A S of E Notwithstanding this the next day this amendment was repudiated by the Independents assisted by sonic who called themselves Equity men Now let us look at thelrllositlon on the acreage question Mr Derry and nearlrevery one else has always favored this lQOOOhllltothehand lim- It and the impression has been made that the otganlzaUon would stand fort U But when their pledges come out wo find that they are as silent us the grave on this Important question And further It is reported that Mr Derry aCknowledged the other Jay at Calhqun that they were not limit ing the acreage this year and that Mr agnt of the American To bacco Co4 said to Mr Ewing that It was not necessary Now Is It pos 1bIe haU Mr Berry Is running tills organization at the dictation of the American Tobacco Co NoW I wU ask the Equity tobacco growers of this county to remember the action of our county union as regards this new association Remember that Ohio County has been the banner county In the A S of E and remember that on your action depends the welfare ot the ASof JIRemember hose thtngsa d decide whothe er you y1U pledge your to this new organization and build upownesI boro at the expense ot your or whether you w1h1 p1ege to a corn mlttee of your own selection In your- own cunty a1l thereby ttend your own bueliesl and build up your town and 1dorso th A S ofth for four year has fought the ra1iriersbat Lie rot better rltI 1 p prkes Yours for Equity T1F TANNER Heflin Ky June 29 1908 I Judge Taylor Attending jood Roads Convention Jude W D Taylor left yesterday for Eminence Ky where Ite will attend the first state Good RoadiOon- ventlon The State good roads convention has boon oalled byGov V1llson and will ibe hold underthe auspices of tIle De- Imrtlllent Qf Agricullure Labor and Statistics In a communication re oolvod from M C Rdnkln Cammls- sloner of Aglrculturr the Information Is conVeyed that donloiiBtratlon w1l1 be niado oat the conven44on of all modern road building machinery Prominent speakers both from the United States Government at Wash Ington front the State College at Lexington and fronm LoulslIe will ie lresent It Is also lrolosei to make a Practical demonstration of the rela tive value of the different materials available In Kentucky It Is the purpose of the convention to forum a lXJrmanent organization thishall have In view the oomblnatlon of- tho good roads Interests of the State to work for better roads In KentuckY both by securing lavorable legislation and be the dissemination of knowledge of tlje vroier manner of building good roads M C Rankin Conlnhissloner of Ag rIculture concludes Tiljs will afford an unsucti opportunity to secure In formation of how to get good roads and Judge TiyIor siloul1 bu congratu hated on avaiiiiig IlIflISoif of tile 011110- 1tnnlty Since the above was Put In type we learned that Road and Brlllge Corn G A Ilalph went witlt Judge TGJlor LAST SUNIIAYS ELLIPSE OF THE SUN Smoked Glass Much In Evidence With Which Citizens View Phenomenon For moro than three hours last Sunday morning Old Sol was In partial eclipse and his face was alniostob scured when the eclipse was at itsj height The ecllpso was visible through all of North America south of latitude fi0 South America North of the Equator parts of tile Atlantic and Paclllc Oceans South wethtern Europa and West Africa The fact that the moon is now 11 most at Its greatest dlsttance fronl the earth caused It to appear directly In front of the sun though It did not conceal it Across Mbxlco the Gulf and Florida the eeipso was nearly to tal the area whelO a central observa tion could he made being about 300 miles wide The eclipse began at 80 u m and reached itS greatest degree at 1036 ocloek The ecl1pde ended at 1213- p in When the eclipse was at Its height about threefourths of the face of the sun was covered and the g1O1t- er part of the UnIted States iaed In to serniobscurity The echipo began at the right edge of the suit and gradually covered the lower part of the dIsc At Its height the moon transformed the SUn Into a crescent of a width about a third of the diameter of the sun Smoked glass was ehiployed by our citizens by the aid of which a splon dId view of the wonderful phenomenon was obtained tIs estimated that this will not again occur for probably 100 yearsIv Notice to Ta Payers of Ohio County I alIt In receipt of the following let ter to wit- Frankfort Kentucky June 25 1908 to the Sheriff Ohio County Hartford Kentucky Dear SlrTho court o Appeals has decided that the dog law Is constitu- tioaal you will therefore remit to this office the amount due by you on this necount for year 1907 J P JAMS Auditor I was therefore cbnmpeled and have paid to the Auditor of the state the amount collected by me on dog tax havinglbeen have to colleCt the dog tax for the year 1908 The taxpayers ot this county will please take notice an- dpreiretpay e same when you pay your county and state tax Youiw truly i itc- B ILIRTIN soc DRtUAMPl N FOUND IIUILTY First COnviction For NigHt Riding In Kentucky Prominent Physician Given Year In Prison by Jury from Another County Benton Ky Juno 27ter ten hours consideration the Paducah jury returned h verdict of guilty In the case of Dr E Champion front between the rivers charged with be- Ing a leader in the raid on Birmingham and fixed his punishment at one year in the State penitentiary Six of the jury stood for a sentence of fifteen years lqur for a sentence ranging from live to ten years while two held out for an acquittal untIl the compromise this mOrtling making tile first conviction In the State for night ridingAfter arguments were closed Fi1dy afternoon the jury took the caSe at I oclock and remJlnlng tOgitIler until 1030 oclock Saturday deliberations were begun Ut 630 oclock and not un UI 1030 oclock WitS It crdict agreed 01011Imnledlately Attorney Jack E Fisher for the defense filed a motion for a new trial nOd this afternoon went to Paduoahi to imiro r asons with At torneys Wheeler Hiigs and Berry for a new trial Dr Champion did RIOt din play a trllO of nervousness when the verdict was reid and lie went to Jail calmly as ball Is not permitted Dr Champion the alleged captain of the Lyon county nIght riders Is Iii I nrteollYt1rslie Is a luau of sllCtldid lhlysiqlle antI hilts a wife told fourcbillren Ills suit Courtney was Indlctt by the grand jury for alleged participation In the same raid I T1edetensein the trial retell 011 tile alibi that Ir Champion was thrown from a horse und was physically unable to attend 0 his practice However ho said ho was lit the homo of I Toni Duncan with a sick child until i 2 oclock In the morning on the night of the raid Tue defense used 1lrty I witnesses to corroborate lila story while the Commonwealth Introduced tweutYIour vitileises ten of wholl1 swore they recognized Dr Champion by Ills voie and general niPelranCe The trial was a bitter legal fight ane the defense siurred on by an acqUjlal and n hung jury made1 trotig light for an acquittal of Dr Champion Commonwealths Attorney John G Lovett made a fearless fIght and credit for the first conviotloli iu theI State for night riding falls to Charles K Wheeler fur the defense and Attorney LOvott made masterful speechiess to tile McCr3eken county JuryIn Justice to the tobacco growers of West KeiltUcky is should be tated the raid of which Dr Champion was convicted as being n member of was for the llrliose of running off the ue groes at Birmingham and had no connection whatever with tile tobacco busluesss 0 YOUng Smily Suicides Esq Den S Ghamberl1n was called last Sunday niolning to Maxwell to hold an Inquest over the remaits ol- W P Smiley Hoemlanneled a jury who after heMln tle evidence returned a verdict to the effect that the deceased canto to death at his own hands The facts as gathered from the witnesses are that young Smiley Who was living with Mrs Tucker had been out to some entertainment Saturday night and on returning hQme stopped 111 the gate to taUt for a time with Q friend who accompanied him while so engaged lie drew his re volver and shot hjmselt through the heart death esultinj lnstiitly No oouse for the mall act WIUi Ipirned ANOTHER REPORT You iyIll bo sorry for ot talking I to the WIth these words spoken to a young woman ErnelttS turned from the potehot a country home near Maxwell wheroaparty was be tag given walked affIW feet In the yard and pulling a reVolver from hIs pocket s nt abul1etthrou h his heart fife d itl was instantaneous The report ot the l l and the onth81porchemtjoyfng off Pt6i c 11k Ule home The guests rushed Into the yird and when tile young women saw too Ilr08t1llte form of tile young man on tile ground and his coillihiulon who had swooned omt the porch man of them fainted The greatest of excitement lrevall d for sonic time thelgirlwoman said that Snmlioy with the i riliark You will be sarry for lint talkIng to me walltd Into tile yard and shot homself It Is underttood- that ho was jealous of the attention paid to another man by the girliSmiley was twentytwo years of age and time son of highly respected leOllle of the Maxwell A neighborhoodI A party of young people front Center town Ky started Monday June 22 oud for a trip to the Mammoth Cave and returiiej Friday 26th- Tue following comllOsed the ILrty Judge und Mrs U S J kugllt MIses Margaret Baker Mary Emma Baker I Aht4 MeMihleii amid Mr H H Lewis I of Cenlertown and lisses Lola MeGaiy and tmlL Lou Ditta IbrdlngShUrg All report a vrey pleasant trill amId say If they go again they want I- IIrlve through by laud NATIONAL UNION WILLI MEET AT MILWAUKEE Board of Directors Fixes October I The 6 For Convention it l mealing of the National Board of Directors Iwlll In lndianapolIt rues day Is was decided to call a special I mimeeting of the National Union to lIlect in tile Cli of Milwaukee Wisconsin I TueFday Oct G 1908 Tile call states the objeCt to be the bringing about hiamniomty to place the Society on a better financial footing allli to make hctteJ arrangeilient for tIme official organ It also suggests that the lug be resolved into the regular ReR1 moatlIngtlou fixes tho regular aunual meeting fom that tmeI- tepresentatives from Icolslll nave usurt11 time board that tIlt tie legates w1ll bo well enteitaiiitd lit- MiivAukee 0 I Disastrous fire Cromwell was visited by ttiiuIiertl- isiLStrOUS fire Ioudllr ulghl about 1lt0 oelocl lh fire oljglnattdI In tIl StOiC of T C tuid in suite of heroic efforts It vas won reduQd to asitus enlullliig a iu- ci I lOOllt 5000 on stock amid lniiid lug with only 25O Iml1rance unstuck and 5UO on building I The postoffice kcpt by C Wade Sttatton In time iaiiie building WIL- iulmost ellWrr13 destioycd mIhiing be liii aid extelt tile cashIInd itIOli y order books The 1 aimips whIch vere In the site went meltilI1 and ij batUy cemented tbit they ar of no due but It is said I the Govermlmelit will exchange new for the mniztllated stumps und aLso bear thp lue on the tamled nvtlolJt uimd I such other statIonary us was kept In the customary und a rtnsonnble safe llace A barbEr outfIt In the Str3Jt ton building owned by Charles IInog- eI valued at 100 was burned Mr J W Kahns damage to building and stock was from 400 tQ 600 covered by Insurance T C Pll1tJt Sons dtniage to building and stock from 250 to 300 covered by Insurance Cooper Bros damage to building and stock abouA 100 covered by iusuran The origin of the tire Is not known it It had not been for a heavy downpour of rain the nr would hav been harder to luiidle k3 It was the loss on goods In adjoining buildings dam aged by water xw heavy Miss Marks Entertains Miss Ltt1e Marks was hostess at a charming flinch party last Friday afternoon from 300 to 530 oclock After the games delightful refreshments wore served Those Present were Mesdmes George Forman Charles Griffin L N Gray W L Trimble Ham Bar es J W Warfiold Rob WeddingChester Stevens S A Ander lion Hooker WUUamsZ Wayne Grit fluE E nlrkhead T R flarnard May Foreman Missee Su Yeleer Hattie BarnM Anna Eliza Kson- MaryWeddngMarr Bennett FIanh1e- Davl I j- fiRADED SCHOOL IS ABOLISHED Was Established at Whites yule One Year Ago Election Declared Void Because The location of the Site Not Given Time graded school established at Whltesv1lle about a year ago stands abolished by order or the lAiviess circuit court because of Irregularltllll in itt establishment The order was en- terell Saturday In the action of U E Knox and others against Oat Neal and others find resulted from the over lIIUug of a demurrer by the defendant to the iiiaintifis petltl111 says the Owtnsboro Mesemiger On IletlUou of a large number of residents of Wiiitesvihlo amid stir rounding country County Judge Owcn called un election lust August to detoriiiine whether or ntlt a grad ed simool should bo established out of the WhltltlvUle dIstrict and por tions of several other districts ad Joining A majority or the white uoters Included In the territory voted in favor of the iropsitton and the school was established and tl1e tl1111 tees authorized to levy a tax not cx- ceediiig fifty cents on onch 100 worth of property and a poll tax or 150 on each whlto nlalo citizen twentone years old or over Under this order ol the court the graded school WitS estabhisbed and tlllenld in Septenihier with Prof II C Gibson as principal WIIIn the tulle came for collection of the tax levy for the maintenance or the school certain taxpayers resisted Ilamllt anti med a suit asking that the trustees bo enjoIned front collect- Ing the tax and that UJO orddi estab- lIthlug the school he declared null and vord- lIldgo liirkhead In deciding lohe case tlid not deliver a written Ollu lon but in kene1 ullleld the aver mentSol tile PetttiOl Tilt princi- ial grounds on which tile establishment 0 the graded school is declared uoitl Is that in time ltltitltlt to t- COUIit totlrt and in null later dlI1- nllattl relut lug to the mater the e- xtt site ot till school iiouie was Iii Slit Ollt mu that pwlons of ou school thistrct were lulluded lit tile liniidaiv of the graded seiiooi d trict without tue tOliSeiit of tilt sohiyjj dUd rct t1hus dilimembelell- VillloUK oilier irregttlaihtics are bill out lit tile petition llit timeso are tin lilost inipoitailt No Strike of westero Ken tucky Mirjers- Cential City Ky JnnoI30011011 tillS here deny a report sent out rrom- lellchlleld today tint a strike it threatened by the miners of Vesteiii- Kemitueky They say that the reCent conllHet is holding proplrlr and that time men are working along peaceably and quietly The lIenr that a secret miieetlug was set for today or tontor IOW or any time at Leitchfleld- Theic was a regular meeting set to Louisville today for the election or officers and other business said a lrommliiteilt operator here tonight Wo found that the Bowling Green convention would llOWeYer conflict and we set It UII a week or ten days for Louisville Indications arc that I P Barnard will be reelected President of the Operators I Death of 6ii Heavrln Dr J P Heavrin one of the most promninent physicians of Owensboro died of kidney and heart trouble at 345 oelock Monday afteruoon Al though Dr Heavriu had been lii Ill health for a few weeks lie was not thought to bo dntlgerously iii niul his death came as a shock to his numerou friendsDr Heavrin made a call to see a patient before noon and attended to office work In the afternoon At 2 oclock he was seIzed with a con vulslon Dr J J Rodman was call ed In attendance and remained with him until he expired Dr Heayrin was born In ndersoll county on November 24 1849 and was aaon of Dr and Mrs James H Heavrin natives of the Same county He was educated at Rochester Ky Cramwelf Ky and toreheaa semi nary Butler county Ky He studlel- q I medicine with Dr J N Rains of Ro sine Ky eighteen months lie took the first course of tile Kentncky- School of Medicine ut Louisville In 18j8j9 and then located at CUrds v1ls DavlesK county where lie lrac Iced until 1888 with the exception of ono term slelit in school In 1882 when lie graduated He was mar ned In lSj5 to Miss Sarah E Roy iiolds lu 1888 Dr lIea1ln moved to liawesyllle whore lie practiced for U short time IIc came to OwensI bolo eighteen years ago and prac iced lu tills city until hits death Besides his wire one daughter survives him Mrs Goodloe Morrison Also one brother Dr John hleavriu of lIeweKvUle and four sisters I Mrs Lizzie Coats Mrs Zelia Railey Misses Sarah and Georgia Heavrin UU of whom reside In ths ciounty FOR THE BUSY READER The prohibition element of time Democratic party will make an effort be fore tile Resolutions Committee at time heaver Convention to get a 111- 0hlbltion IJlank In the Illatrorm Gent James Weaver of Iowa will lead the fight- S 0 Representative Theodore A Burton of Cleveland after a conference with Secretary Taft nunnouticed that Arthum I Vorys would be connected with the Oamllalgn Committee In an important capacity hut would not he the chairman 000 After changlug his minll three tiiiie Justice 3liils at last decided to rtiiimand harry Thaw to the 1ouighkecpsIt Jail until Monday July 13 On that into itrgunueilts wUl he heard on tllo advisability of granting a jury trIal to dt- tornlno Thaws tulmity 000- harry K Thllw Is back In the Penghkelpsle ijail liaIse Mills beard argument at White Plains in habeas corpus proceedings and expressed an ollnlon that the noted irio1ier suns entltlell to a jury trial Emit lie ssas Hot prepared to Si whether It siioiiitl ho now or litter New argumcutt will ho Presented to Judge Mills on July 13 00A rather mlitelious conflagration ou- curred lit I Ieiuloroit Saturday night itt 11 oclock when the stables in this nortiieast corner of fair groumiid WOIO destroyed by fire The orIgin or the fire Is unknown hut tiiere are good rtallunlI to believe that sumebolly set the bull ding on fire While the stable was theloldJ S Ai4jiig on Iexicos request that time viaIlout Rooseelt directed Secretary Faft to have United States troops seiit to the Texas border Tile MexIcan Government nl1intail11 that the uprising hits not reached the dlgnltr of n re volution and that offemmdtnrs will bo PIO scented mereI ail conummon criminalsI Though eaiididates for second place on the ienlocratic ticket itre tlllning- uflon every side it is believed tthat if- lIe will consent to ucceflt It Judge George Gray of rehasmute can he named with little OliOSItIOii Judge Grays malinger however Insists that his nina Is In the race for first pInes to stay and will not think of time vice preildency uiimtil after the PresIdent Is nominated 0 Houor to Memory of G B Smith The unveiling at Union Grove by- I the W O W was a great success lit every respect The uniform rank of Green River Cumll of Owensboro put on the ritualistic work and much credit Is due them for the beautiful and inmpresslvo manner In which tue ceremony was performed They were gontiemeniy fellows cud left II good Impression on the 1500 peoile who witnessed the ceremony Corn again boys we will leave the latch string on the outside The boys of Hartford camp were on the groun and did their fun share to make the day pass pleasantly for the Immense crofd Beaver Dam and McHenry camps we also rellrelented and took a part In the services A bountiful dinner was served and I everyone seemed to enjoy themselves to their hearts content the members of I the church and the people of the Im- mediateI vicinity did aU they could to make It pleasant for the people Many thanks good people Take it al In all It was a great day for the W O W in this partof jAot r ri ir I UMMARY Of PLATFORM ON iIIICIIR- EPUIILICANS ASK INDORSENENT The Arnenn umrs sr tare i s important as that of wageLraea aresptalaL i3e fepatcan n F n the plat twelve years has a1dd Ute fare n ao i1lltll asd to bgto him the coavenlen or rural JIll P1E9 viral ilYl 4lvery To aches millions of our dozens and we SaY eta atesrtoa UW erz7 tsrnmaaiq in the land recetttS the full i bcrnta A the pirtal rev We ftfO need the seat sad MC7m t adv ntagea or good coantryi rids atlssiael core ud axe kr y at public ezpense and less and less at cite eayease of the abvtttag ofaef In thus work we commend Le growtA pre 0 state atd- otoiag eo deddy dtntontera eA b sound ba4s oa which our corn atereW rdartrkd aM aICkaraf Interests are founded and the ntcd SK7 of pDxiag the grat eostt1d welfare tbroag3 the operation of Pablicc poLki at be rN lit sate pa33ags or the Amer eaa people hrotsgh a fl taelal ckJltu1aet wktchit aPpeaang In Ute mlcUt of Dem- oostk MIlt or the menace 0 it might lave equalled the familiar Demo- o aUc Dane of tM pIIIV Wo eoagrtftaWe the people and hail wfth con fldente tt F6D6 sox maatfev of a c cop ete Ion of bWlne s prosi- dpyrfty to aU laui of tad eotamrc e an mal1ifactuZ TIe Ucaa Ut pasasd M snaa antitru ksx over Demoi- oaadc opL ttton and nt r ft a8r Dez YeTatc derelttxlon But exi- yeIeaee hi shown that au eff4 trea a eas be sireagtJd and Its reall- wb r ct4 btUe auatabi by suet aaendz t6 u will give to the federal gaeernment ser wp rvlstan and c IItroI ore and snare greiter pub Iigty In tO tams ra a of that eu of opo aloes engaged In inter ante eotrmrraro having power and eppxtanfty to effe Jnoaopolie i Tit Repobfca party deesarea cd 3Il7 for a fnsioD of the tariff I by alpeeil tleerea of as3rw mme ittPtr fofowag the Inauguretlon of titer aut prt4aLI- n an tariff leoslatoa t tray prlDdpJe of protection ht beat main Want by ta IIIpOIIUOD yf sach duu3 as will qalll the dlffeesee be- ttaeaa tile oltsdaetws atao and aItrold toethec 1th a ninon- abk profit A AmriCr4e davrs- We favr Ue bHUr t If mtsimaw sad lekalalow rates the ma- xlatsJ be avdiiaM to meet 4laerfminatoas by toreign ooentl s againi- ctatr1atl soda et nz tletr asak a sad U mtn ulna to Npre= Itt the taaI mawe r4 prooetion E home iotEer Repeb1I ntarty wbkh moat be eve mtetd Is tint of z wa 1y3 h M 1rl xsre tOUD the eoeetrya baulya and t a w4dows4 orpbaMf tho who bye laDeD Te RublJa party wtff cep id at all times to utltoMtT ud lntegrl Jf IIftllo mate sad fdrd W believe tawnier that the rate of o fr1ru to the 1tdtlal etutsswtn ro p rt to tit UDC of tile wilt of adlcs alas lie more eeerer ddraed b9 matte end that no Boon rr teRporary nJder sItoIIId be Iesnad wltkoat noi- eZcept rIrrepsnbl jar7wroeld Tit trout delay tB wbleb- etas a IM47 buag tilnartar thoal4 bs ranted tie Reyabiim party l Iti eo3tloaoo dvetlon to every nee make w ttitJ u4 the btterasat of ondltloas ag railroad era j Ppi scan parry etcace ae spectal scent Of wageworkwe 1 7 e Ibe1 meall the wellbeing ol all Sf th mat mtaxal iadustrftt of our eouatry we earn i J ILIbilbm4tt of a buesa of attsea oaf tasfng y IIPttoeM of tIM auroad rats law au tile 1I13OII1 ebattS sad sliatrfmittatloae- e c = MaCUt apIUIt era teat nts ate tteae see law IIIIII ft fari j J aft rarosda e rgn to task and wc UWifte 0 a approval ofe e Leto but malniablag J f eompttttJOD 4etareefl IIMItraIIr wmpstaig liars and 5 orot of IOIA tea bJ a1t7 steam whatsmmr ifi rn aid aspfon Y will pterflt the t and trrd1 bf iaterarat ean1er 1 d Rblkan does qf a ment to American- z c egaiaton u1I rtvlve ttwe IIAndtant marine f 11 gMdve mf+ tlre ad Jpted at the resnt tmIon- ir0 oi a4 ae 14trot a reo4v of pi4aa leade- rRtaatr to de step Ie the fuiru wwsrd via tb toi X rwihstaa4tag tae IndeIMI I ttlbuetping or a nlt home rA r reatsitivti daring tba last ae j d progeUtve aws erf esaeted rament trf a pacal lieYepII bank patent for the a and the ea5uragelest ofthrlfL r Nmmxt4 a sue dealoplnent of a penaaaentI f1 t t nn tl Our etJ tnttdt sad tQe appo3dmeflt it cmmisnp by til prvrrs coapwtt which will realizationIra5 Lee Jr m4 titan thJry Tears tht eon lItt 11 r 1 erntiont for the rorcemeat airs athfurteenth and flfnth t wJlb wr tcinftd tar tile pIoteotiofl lI adTanee1J e I sad we c tnlf 11 deriiettt that have for their real aim t ment trig r alf1rJ color LOne at nafair uDJD4IriClln rt 11 h nrmw iwrf e 13d aBriar 1 of 1x1 an IJefJPIe to the fact fiat float o- frtcdv4J a Republlean party tlld be en r f f cr ored enultihe takaa under a DecoI- ru vtritY a under r Skhlch patty responalbillty Is- tvdd T1ntl + ire 9t t Ife therefor abolntely reI r IJ rsVarnar cr V1IrrJr 1n psrt1wiikb Ilellevoa in tiles and v a r Y J un urn operation u A SPLEti010 VARIETY Of SMOKELESS COAL Eastern Ciitalists Wilt Hell Develop Utih Field of the Hlgh grade Product- w I red if selni aatiua II a Washngtfl and Irorr- are og 01ened TJ I mllJLl It xdalun end a- med coal of pennuylvaniu sow I much nougat for marlt w+ r ft trait Ia uJdr tIU c nI ft e- Ititvrlmtly Aniilrarite Ca csmpaIy Of UtU It jll mpkiltted atlI1OOM- Aa Easteracaptalieta are Jute es hrite mines get their names from proximity to old ort Harmony ono 0- 1u pioneer f lneatODtI of Southern lih S x wor1Alble vefna have a- lTalr kept opened Up ranging In wIdth from threw foot night inches to nine feot six Inches and making ato tal of over 3i feet with a totAl eet mated tonnage fairly In sight of between 30000000 and 40OOOri00 tons as r ro mputwl hy fXpeMS upon whOle t1 s I k deal has fiually leta closed n tIe branch is cmpletltl tee hi y will he In pLrun to pre lI JOOO was a day and has secured trbk retea to San lranell and San POIIrO In anticipatIon of heug- leI1 upon to supply a portion of ere qvernuents need tor marne per- poses luqulrfea Itll to the avallhuhty- of the prodint have alretd lleen E- rved from 14ar5gn- Q11 iTOI35Clik esntheltd Yid Ycq Hire Alraft Bogtt- glllturO of iFarm Resources lu t few week he country will b- eiatne midI ot s p1 deal maelstrom i Argument fir every kind will I em- nyedj to persuade the votes to favor ether the onq or the two great Iwliti i cal partial Tap organs of gigantic flrporotionR will thunder against what tiwy v deaerlhe as rash and dtekless JI which U Indorsed I1t the p swill militate against the interest for I wnleh these organs champion On they other bland organized labor through ills reproeontatlves will denounce In vIgorous languagethe wrong of which It Is a victim and will demand that they be righted Employers wlll claim attention tf thelr views or the labor question Freelraders and protection I vt s4- t u c kt insl ask a hewing for thepohctes- Iskey champion f- i all ail pohtimitdb lyre i Is one class tveo 1I1Ikdrc be heard from And yet they lsase inure t do With creating tie real wefth or the country than rUl toe 1er elements- tof our popuhUon of eighty odd mil- Ltots Thtse comparatively eflent but i etlfCtIe worth woo are iedom heard from and whose Interests w not occupy a forerno t pace in the con sideratfon of pohtlctans are the far mers of the country The frus of theer later tbs year may be Itmated tq the tsgue3 embodIed fn the of tidal reiort or the probable yfod of cereals for 1905 which has just been sized from Washington Hero are the number or bushels of the different cereals Corn lttIiOOJOIhpring xaea- 15OfOrOi wince wheat Zf9HIf barley 3E0O rYe 20040000 TheM figures of themselves tar no Idea of what they represent TaJ for Instance the corn crop To gee t to market would require 1 Ojl f =ght cars wanted by an army of mr trainmen whose wages fcr one day would amount o U0s- ci Remembr toe figure diet- with only the torn pI- t iss estimated that the value f tae entire farm producs tor W3 wI tfI- 9Ocr0aiOOrO Owing to the llmi B- UODS of tae human mind there is ao man living wiw wouldbe able L frm- an adequate oonceptue of eight b3on dollars U you would state the f zare3- by themselrt t The New York World la refer s t1 the greatest crops ever wodurd in the United states bates eertal facts which will heap us to ealtz9fhow such the farmers have added to the or the country L1 titer ad oas rJI during the latrt twelve months Egb- belllon dollars it says oulc pay tile net intert bearng debt ntne over Or lt would pay the nit n mI al debt and aye enough to buy at par the swck ot the railroads d the country It would nearly pay oft the e re bonded debt ol every Ameritan s1 road At a ss d valuatioN It w old by oat every acre of land tft X w York City and replace every bu l In It with a little remaiut over Fquai lSanWe bare here a FtEnlpit w will enable us toapprectatetb jHI car farmers enact in delopleg t Il uwcs reronees In the last ly Ins the r11 of tee nowtde pendl upon them he let 1 eeen- ttng at they to ntetetrtrf etch- iranaeendtrtt Jllllrtlci Q t e DILion they ire not represented a Con greea and the Sae Le isatures by lien who from practical etperfeac know what u fOr the belt anteesof the real credor of tile 111 woalt The Jrtal Wor- dWrecking Windmills Tile pasting of tie winduiI ll Eag land antlquatal by seen rfie pgWat power producers aatne g s engine lad electric motor lid gveI Ute to- a new lndtt+tty1edm11 kIng Toe old hlndntill butklirs urdg3tryo- dsjttr bulnO and meant tifr handiwork to last Aral ao the dewtfbtng- of such atructute ii no starietik Many of the old mills st rl JIO feet nigh nod had eight 101 na bore fitted with fourrun Wf etoaeuitl COD Weed tons upon tone of bk Otteu there huge tutus Qud ck other buildings and w7s Papulr JIhartcL weldentl Nould bein I Ie too wreckers did wet have OCj Dce in- tbIr tukL I CLE4NL1NESS BFs J THE REFRIGERATOR Souse Riles for Genii SaltalY Refriaentios Oat or It To properly qe3D the refrigerator remove the betres from aB the doset3 and stand them In the sink or in a tab t 0 prepare some tepid water containing ammonia or chlorides and sponge off the entire Inside not for gettfng the ledge underneath the Ice receptaci whch catches the drip lnd leads the water to the pipe which can only be reached when th dice shel I Is rmored After sponging off tile entire interior ineindtng the ceilings of the various closets the side the led Iet where shelves rest etc using a wooden skewer if there are any groove or corners prepare rome clears cold water and also some bollfnJ water loaIfor 5 eeoUcll the drain pipe flush tog It with tile water containing the chloride In place or the chlorides many houo wires prefer to use washing soda in this water since It unites with any grease that gathers on the sides of the pipe and forms snap which deans the pipe etfectu1U however a drainpipe must be neglected for a matter of weeks or efse ice mUst bf particularly filthy before the dt is the Ice forms on 1e- laide of the pipe mdlfnes It with a slime that only the soda and thorough brushing alit remove If attended to f every week the chlorides will suffice Ito tree the pipe ZR1nl all Impurities If there is a drain pipe underneath nterItnpre ot the hot soda solution down It after a few moments pour the cold water over every part of the lining of the relrigarator Ripe It With a clean perfectly dry cloth and let It remain opgn to air tile clear cold water rinses the Ice box and altO aHlsts in lower tag the temperature after the boiling water has heated the rfrlgerator never scrub the ice box with boiling hot suds for unief It has been woefully neglected It wilt not be necessary- It lowred the temperature which is harmful to UtI refrigerator Dd au- doubtedly sautes odors to ark and a steam to gather witch settles on the food 1a ti detfrmeflt Wal the silelves ald thenrisen In very cold- water wipe dry ant lIve to the sun and air for a short time they may then be returned to place and the icebox a cleanit Is easily kept by Ixk Ing over tile contents vry nNrJltJgu lag up what Is left rom the day hetor- Ir throwng awsyanything that s 111 to be used wiping off toe saeWs at once It anything is spilled OJ them Last ot all kEeP the aTlllrJsllhere sweet and dsroaragtalt forms o f erlll1 by plating a lump ot cllarnal in e tCa compartment WIeu anything H apIed it should be washed up mmNJllitelIn any case for to fumes which Ontam nat the rest ot te tf1d and Injure the hni Ing a The Holland Dikes The aieatioa which being dreled to OUr lge stomp areas and tile poivlbilty of tter reelannatlou leads bt lt e gganuc cost by wjeit- l td has been reclaimed to fertiity Iu- Iiiltnd I is wta the Dutch u question of eternal warfare against +inter eneacbment- Some of the greatest dikes are at- Helder and Wakhtcren and are mon- umentaL Satddunes planted with rar lain grasses protect most of we a nL1 interior embankments are nearly as extensive asV the dIkeS 01 these em bankments are built not dUg the main canals crossing above the secondary canals and dicthes all forming a complete system of communication Such water as may be drained out between tIde Is handled through aellees and wat remains Is raIsed by wlndroI waking scoop wheels on the nunfdtan screw The reclaim ed fields are Balled poldJrs and are circled Wtththese windmills peculiar to the countrY A town of 9000 pop elation win have 400 windmills reclaimfable swamps once drained would re quire but slight maintenance work no more titan upon any farm where ditches are kept open to carry oft exces sire rainfall 100 Reward S 100 The readers or this paper will bEl pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curt Is the only positive cure now known to the medIcal fraternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires a consltutional treatment Halts Catarrh Cure Is taken internally ac ting directly upon the blood and ac cons surfaces of the system thereby destroying th0 foundation of the disease and giving the patient sstrength by bulldlpg up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors here so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any rase that It fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY S CO To- Ledo O- Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m A Broken Engagement The writer knows a man old bachelor of GO who Is unmarriedI simply because the girl of his choice thirty years ago couldnt please all of hIs relatives She was a very sweet girl with pretty manner but iris mother said she was too deticae to Lea real helpmeet that he ought to marry rosycheeked tary Jones tv4- couldrew sled mike elegant desserts add work ldl day and then nut eel Itoo fatigued to dance aU night And his sisters found fault with his fiancee because she read and Tennyson when she might ha6abooo eribroideritig underaleaves while his aunts declared that they didnt see how such a splendid young fellow could throw himself away on a pale slip of a girl when there were handsome maidens to be had for the aSk- Ing After several months of argument of this sort the splendidlooking young fellow began to show that he thought he was sacrificing himself and the slip of a girl who had as much spirit Oil though she weighed 200 pounds released him tearfully from his troth marriedIa now shes accounted one of the hand somest matrons In her native town and when she meets the old bachelor shes very sweet to him and Invites him to dinner on high days and holl days so he wont be lonely at hiq hotel IV rqMethod of Persuasion It becomes evident from the follow lag story which halls from a north country town that there are widely varying Ideas In existence as to what constitutes voluntary testimony on any subject Did I understand you to say that this boy voluntarily confessed his share In the mischief done to the schoolhouse asked the magistrate addresstng the determlned looking fe male parent ot a small and dirty boy charged with being concerned In a recent raid upon an unpopular school mate Yes sir he did the woman responded I Just had to persuade hint a little and then he told me the whole thing voluntarily How did you persuade him QuerI ed his worship Nell first I gave him a good licking said the firm l3rent antI then I put him to bed without supper and took his clothes away and told him hed stay In bed un he confessed what hed done It twas the rest of his days and I should lick hint again In the morning And In less than bal- au hour he told me the whole story volun ailyTit nits i THE DIFFERENCE Between Good and Poor Wages is Lar- gelyII a Difference in Education rHundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping Shorthand and Telegraphy and are now earning good salaries with the leading badness concerns II you want a thorough preparation for business life attend p3 BUSINESS YU Li IVAr1SVILLa IND A Modem School where business is taught as it is practiced in the best business houses Established over fifteen years Nine teachers Sixty Typewriters L rge Patronage Graduates assisted to positions Sandfor CatalDg Showing Interior frws and GllING RITES Of Tuition s sv s r- DONT DELAY WR1TE TODAY ofSLOANSLINIMENT strainedtendonsfor thrush foot rof and gargeFon cattle and sheep for hog distemper and scours hogs f for canker and coup in poultry 100SendBostdn Masst t TUfHf6Hr ORIlDE CQI ERCLllSC1Y00YOFlll SO 11Y i TAIOGOFSLE t WRIT Now ADDR BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GREENS f ll It j Jt 1 j yr1tainrr1h iJw rJ t 7 j f Lr r- I IX BRAVE KENTUCKIANS i Slain By Indians Led By- I Little Turtle ThEir Graves Naar Eatdn OhiO Annually DecktdIYlth- National Firg T tl uudi mil druid sad roll ha bra thu soldlerb last tatoo I No more oii tiles parado shnii m that brave and taileIL few On flInos eternal camping ground their silent gnus Ore spread And glory guarll th alcnul ruulds i the IJlvuuac of tau da ill About ono mile wt t r I tote In f moreltJanto stand upon It roll back till bIJI of history conncl1ing as it wore the dim misty past wil the present and feel that he Is upalt tncred ground It Is tile resting place of six Keutu ky militiamen who were killed In the battle of Fort St Clair Xovelllbcr G i 192 In a combat with SO1I10 250MUngo and Wyandot iudanns led by til 11- ehrated Chief Little Turtle The graves are on the sontil side of whore the sWeklde stood T hey are just beneath the long llrojectj ag ofItheaslIfsentinel guards the groves of the fallen heroes Over un hundred years have passed since tiro conflict fu the forest but the fallen are not frogotten Though the war cry of the red man Is heard uo more the hunting knife ill turned Into the pruning knife the bayonet Into the plowshare and once douse forests are now waving fields of green fold- Ing abumlant harvests to the lallllil of sturdy tOil the people of thlll cultured end enlightened land pay tribute to tltoso who left home and toted cues to battle with the Indian for supremacy Tune and the onward marchI of progress have wrought many changes our land has been deluged with the blood of Its best sons old glory has unfurled Its folds to heav ens gentle breeze III the faraway land of the setting sun but through It all shines brIghter and brighten with I each successive generation the valor I and sacrifices or the heroes of ploneer days Atlnually on memorial day a cum mltteeIs sent to the lonely graves in the woodland and a tiny flag floats from the six mounds their colors seeming to blend with the foliage of the forest and the blue sky overhead On a recent afternoon the writer In company with Thomas Goode Wm lcenour Hawkins Clear and Ed Need ham journeyed to the site of the old tort for the purpose of erecting a pole and raising a flag Upon our arrival we found that old nature had aided In the effort to commemorate the place A few feet from the graves was found a tree some fifty feet In height the limbS were cut andd at Its top was placed the colors of our country The undergrowth WitS cut the leaves raked and the little grave yard put on a different appearance The soldiers sleep where they fell and neat headstones mark their graves The stones were placed there by Mr Glem Gilmore the owner of the land surrounding the sIte of the old fort The names on the markers read as follows Ltutenant dub Halo Matthew English Robert Bowling Joseph Clon ton Isaac Jett and John Williams A few yards south of the soldiers graves are burled two Indians About 100 Kentuckians were engaged In this hat tle The maunted riflemen Were cony manded by Captain John Adair of Kentucky and all were said to bo splendid specimen of phYSlclal man hood The Indians made their attack a short time before liarlight keep Ing behind trees With time first streaks of dawn when the sons of the Dark and Bloody Grounds could distinguish h white man from an Indian they charged them using their guns for clubs The Indtlnd retre t- ed taking with them all but sx head of horses belonging to the troops rho Indians were pursued to where Eaton now stands when time soldiery return ed to the fort to loakaftexttewcund ed and bury the dead In this age of our ountrys history lIV1ingbeam with unyonimoii cfulgence- woulll It not be time proper thing to have this sUlall place of ground h closed nnd convcrted into a UtU park In doing thIs the place would l o more Inv tJpgt all wio Appreciate tltttlr countryaatfdwouldknowits history Over Ii od I hii y ltit tts generous peoplewhetlherIm ntdt Its 11- ndulqUnif ajdOZ blul t ron itb- rugge4 UOillt 1s wbrSteallr een to pierce tine cloudw 4Ild kiss the sk- YH J 1 A Most Valuable Agent The glycerine employed In Dr Plercos medicines greatly enhances tho medicinal properties which It extractS from native medicinal roots and holds In solution much better than alcohol would It also possesses medicinal properties of Its own being a valuablo demulcent nutritive antiseptic and Rntlrcrment It adds Cherrybarkroot an4 Queens root contaIned In Golden Medical Discovery In subduing chronic or lingering coughs bronchial throat and lung affections fur all of which theso agents ore recommended by standard medIcal authorities In all cafes where thoro Is n wasting away of fiem loss of appetite with weak stoma as In the early stages or can sum tl n there can bo no doubt that lily cerlno acts as a valuable nutrltlvo and aids oU Iden Seal root Store root Quet s ro t Iltd Back CherrybarK In prom n igestion and building up th flesh an s rength contfolling limo cough and bran g abut a heal hy conditi 1 of the w to system or course It t1tnot be e I cted to miracles It wall- not cure onsumptlon except In Its earlier stages t u en n say a mil te hnniTrr c h on r q n an unx rn s r n Iron c corn t w nn rseness In acute coug i1 nghangoneve II whln aeeorflEtilId by 1 crdri from lungs that It has Ierfurmcd Its must marvelous cures Prof loinley EllInltVood M D of 1en- nctt Med College Chicago of gly cerineIndrspepsIaItservesanexcellent purpose Rehnlir II fixed quantity of the lerodcJu ot- hrdrolrnln solution It Is one ot the be t manufactured vrolluCICot thupresent Umoln1- tC action uaou enfeebled disordered stomachs erpeciatly It there ulceration or ca- tarrhal gastritis nlarrlnl Inflammation ot stomach It Is a mot efficient preparation prrostsheartburnacmtt Golden Mrdlcal Discovery enriches and purple tho blood curing hletchcs pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings nnd old sores or ulcer Fred to Dr n V Pierce or 111no N Y for true booklet telling nbut the nstivg medicinal nbts cone oium this wuuderfut- uicdlcthe There Is no alcohol It taei1 meat ts that wil beat In UII- IIiJn with It re jatsve chord to all who woulll itoa r tlerrnerisIed dead This nutty or may not be done Fol 1tavelselltest The seasons ome and go tile wllllb of whiter may sing Its sad requiem balmily spring nrty brlllg forth the brdGods orchltrnto warble tiier sweetest note abovo their tombs but one thing Is Instilled fato time 111- 1lIIan heart and that Is that whon time drum beats of eternity sound along with others who bt thel walks and works eatnsedtheir minutes to bo written In words of living lght upon the grot whtte walls of AI liP 1tI 11 man hood will line up those who were time vangmtrds of our el1ItzatlonRalll bier In Preble County O o Democrat CALEB POWERS MAY WED PENNSYLVANIA GIRL Is Now at York VisitinG Miss Eleanor Bonham whom He Met While She was at school York Pa June 2GCaleb Powers the Kentuckian recently releassed from prison le he this city visiting llIsa Eleanor Bonham to whom it Is rumor ed he Is engaged Miss Bouhom Is a members of Yorks society set and Is extremely wealthy She nnet Powers years ago In Kentucky When he arrived here stopped at hte Colonial Hotel where he instructed the attaches to say nothing of his visit He spends most of his time at Miss Bonlaoms palatial residence no East Market street He says he will remain hero for sevreal days hiss Bonham Is the daughter of Mrs n L Bonham a member of ono of Yorks oldest families The young fortllnesShewol1known horsewoman When asked In regard to his plans for the future time exSecretary of State said lly chief Interest la now my health It Is my Intention to detote tine stunner to recupetatlon of winch I am greatly In need I have planned to on tor a SrtJllalt11ll to Battle Creek Mich and remain there for rest and treatment until mI1ysleal condition improves suffcieutly to uvarratntlneiii resuming professional ncUvHles If by next September my health Is restored- to uhel shall agaIn take up the prae- ttee of taw Flrstclass Blacksmthing I am now In my new shop at Sunny dale and prepare to do your horse shoeing and aU kinds of repair Work I solicit yodr patronage All work guaranteed R P JONES SUtlnydnlo Ky TAKING CENSUS I Of HOUSE fliES Uncle Sam wants to Know How Many There are Are Breeders of Typhoid Fever And Other Diseases of a ISimilar Nature A census or the house fly Is the latest stttlstlcul work which the United States goverment has undertaken 79to the work is lmpoitatht and will probably have a bearing lilion the progress of feIerdepartments treasury and are co poer Ling In the agrIcultureI titular branches of thc o that are most Interested are time lulI1I Health and Marine hospital Service of tllo Treasury Department amid the Bu AgricUIIUt11DCll It Is proposed to count liti c flats In a number of placs se urdrr to d termne what effect tiair presence or absence hUll on the sjireul of typhortl fever Forr the present the 11eu1 Is being taken only In two clltli- Wnshngtoll and Pitsburg Eventually It may be extended nil over the country 111 the national eupital the census Is being taken more cefullyt In time Stnoky City probably JclII true because the govornmclJt tlE nients are located here and also be eause Washington has been noted for years on account of havmng nn annual epidemic of typhoid fo In the lame summer and fall The census of flus is being taken here with time assistance of fly paper A quantity uf n stnndartl brand of that article has been iurscucscd by toe gIe- rument and sheets lire distributed every two days to a number of pUblic buildings stores and private houses At tine end of fortveight hours these sheets clf fly pair together with their prisoners are collected IHIII taken t11- ho flgricultmral lJollartment 1herel the tiles on each sheet are counted and time number noted together with time dales and places time shcls were col- Iected As many as 2000 flies have been caught In this WilY at a given place during the fortYIlghthour period Time highest record was made by fly paper left lit Washington Barroeks a unitary pot located lit the junction of the Potomac anti Anlicostla riverA In this city where 2600 flies were caught in two days It Is proposed to keep up this count of flies throughout several months At the end of that tithe the figures wll be elabaralyd Into n dlllrt showing the variation In the numbers of flies caught at different places This chart will be enhparcd with another chart upon which the progress of typhoId fever during the same period of time wll be Indicated Scientific officials of the government expect that the cem parson will show that at the time HUtl place when and where flies were most Illlundant there are more caste of typhoid fever than lit other times and places where flies were not tiO uumer out Dy proving thlit the seasonal abun dance of the house fly regulates time sprend of typtold fever govornnient scientists hope that the puilic will he impressed with the fact that time cotn mon house fly It about LIS bud a pest and disease spreader Itll exists on earth and that public sentinment will be aroused In favor of canhpalgn of extermination against tau pests Ddient Know Ne Wanted That Paddy time Pig renowned In song aimil story expressed a desiro for a dog tit other tiny says the ClncJnnal Tlues Star What sorter dug dyoii wllnt asked Oyster Tommy one of the hll bitues of Paddys beer store Paddy said lie wanted a nice bull tlogWhatll you give for one nNk ed Oyster Tommy 111 come over with a toushot Tommy sud time proprlotor nut youse aint got no des Sure I got a dog said Tommy lies a peach of a bulldog RegulAr bulldog color Paddy said hell buyy It If It via a good dog But mind you TOIJ1J11I ooooooo oooooooo oooo The effect of malaria lasts a long time You catch cold easily or become run down because of the aftereffects malaria Strdngthen yours t with ScoUs X EmulsionS blood and tones up your r rvous 8 w m Isi+ AIL DRUGGISTS 5O AND Oto oo ti 5- u flth1 he lrJ1t you gJ sttlJ no dug I alnt tie sort of a fellow thati stand fu that Tomiuny professed virtuous IlId 411- tfon mat the suggestion and went away Next day ho returned with u beauE1f- UY dog blood showing In every hue I rnisnl lmi1 rout u 111111 said 10111 YlllOIHlI Paddy took Clllta i0 bin But I I wanta pedhgreo wit blot Tommy said he ITonnny looked disgusted AW youselsaystone at pedigree too IItReached the Spot Mr E IIl1l11pllre who owns a urge general store It Omega 0 and Is llIiS- or time Adfillill County Telephone- Co as well liS of time Honme Telephone DrjKingslife onee At feast I think It did ItIseethed to reach the spottlio seat of my coughwium everything I else failed nl KlllglI Now trot only relehos the COUgh DIfeOeyI heals iiiI sore spot and time wegk spns l se throw IUllgand chest Sold umler gllltrllllloI a all druggists rOc and 100 T1mnl battle fJe min lARGE NUMBERS Of- fiSH CAUGHT BY HAND Minnesota Streams so Full of Them as to Be an Annoyance Thenmfg of time fisuing semis In IlIIl1eSt1 1115 rovotled a old t1I of thugs almost uumuparalleled In he alllm1IIr this fJolltl spurt writes tits St PotUI fOr li1131111IJnt qt the lirook lyn Eage It has been nOon to- ormon fiSI for some tulle that there was an ubundaut supPiY of nail In Ell lakes awl creeks amid that the finest i spurt could he Vvpocted Smce tim- eseasoi nptIIll evoty Iran from St i Paul has been crowded Wlth fisher i IIIIfish are runnug through time cretkii su1lShoalshem cross tilt creeks wIthout stepping onI At Flrgu Falls a favo4o fshingl place ill hanks of time creeks are tuned with spectalOAs who stand ulld tvttcil largesthandI they awium past The law permits till spearing of pickerel suckers and a- variety known here as red horse At one point a ffsheriuatl took out sixty fish in record ttllll the largest lJeJIIg pickerel wieghing 26 Wllnd+ wltiiess describe the fish as swinuting 5n thickly that II boy armed wIth IL spear for time first tune could have no lHfr culty In taking out a wigon load There are 10000 steall lakes In MliiI- nesota I and innumerable creeks and i since the fisheries have come under protection of the State Fisll ale Game Comulsslon the fish have toI pileInnaenalwhat can be aloIllPlllihpd In tillS dl- n tOll III fuet this Year the deI- pllllment Is advised that the I fish are so Ideal Iiii us tl iiec a pioblenl nail promise tltljr own exthicl- tiun Trout are as plentiful us InneIIiRood a now halt hatchery Is being I established for 1hn ti000 was printed last yeu arrangenlemits navel been entered unto with the loggers for lfl1111 f i tine stateIIOf The Road to Success It Is said Out of twenty clerks In i store onlyy onu will Leconte a- patrncr nud fatally succeed In time bu- sines5I that tilt of tlventy hands In- II printing offieuomily Olll will own a newspaper apd berollio an educat r off the peopio out of twenty apprentices 111 a silipylyd ally oite III become a snip builder min his own necouuta I find out of twenty young uteu on III farm only one will own a Lunt tf his own Sometime we look at our young friends nail WI woudur wnto time lucky one will be Lucky lvhy tisre is lIoJ lltel about It when we thtt ovolieaJu1ly TillI tiling Is lib tit t td the rule ui as j duet and tutu young mnn wiW dst- attces his Omlotltol ill lie soon uhaa j tern hIs business who lives II clean wlesolneiite lvhu alt votes his helms ti lime tel the tcquisitiou of knov1 1oilnsisvtd imisspatro lunacy Many socall led tlorhutll tOsuecess have been trIed ban tt has slilybueu attitucd by the t ni holiereil hhgmaylirf tntg1i i- tttiv amid C0I1111 s ciASz= Ilinn te tO miimt Kind You Ham steals Bought 6JgUi tue V It r st xr II Ac etablePreparaGonforA- ssiinilatingtllcFoodandle ula ling the stomeets ail 1Bonels of I Promotes DigestionCkerful ness andRestContains neither Opium torphine nor fineral NOT NUC OTIC Jdrtererala tut2JrICJflR fix I ALeJana6ue5 0 iIf rZ- t il9 forConslip1non i WonnsConvulsionsFcverishiteSS r FacSinvk Signature of NEW YORK EXACT CQ9CWRAPPDt Iii iASTORIAFor The Kind You nave f Amway ght- I Ii Bears t- Signature of In Use i w For Over Thirty Year- siCASTORIA TNC OINTCua COMPANY NCW YO t C I18 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAt and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 rIlE REPUBLICAN and Twicea reek OwensboroInquiror 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Tug RIWUHLWAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 Tug RlLlUmwN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN ouw rorJq i29YEARSI0 Of Honest Business Reputation ft EISEbbit KONt1MENT E SOLD BY us bit GEO MISCIIEL SONS e PROPRIETORB1 b Owensboro Monumental Works E 4Q 412414 n hale 9b Yards 2142l6als Clay St bit OWENSBORO KENTUCKY fi fi Get Our Prices And We Guarantee to Save You bit Money on All Good Honest Worlt fry r r r r r rrr t Yr r lririe r ryYYwr waa t- ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolons is waiting your ehpice at our placeWoc- aul suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly tnako it inter esting fir you without even asking for your order Wo have the nerve to think that you wilt ask us to measure you up oven without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for then elves We also clean Indies and gentlemons clothes in a satisfactory way CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH I DontlForget the Place THEPANT J ORUI WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop S n ifi d tr 1 I Giganti Closi g OutSale 4 1i r f 15 fTTOR FIFTEEN DAYS ONLYH 15 t iS JUNE 25 TO JULY 9 19O5 3T ENTIRE DRUG STORE STOCK AT SACRIFICE PRICES We have recently purchased at forced sale the entire stock of goods formerly owned by Mr W H Griffin Hartford Ky and will offer same to the public at unheardof prices The stock is complete and consists of everything usually kept in a firstclass drug store such as Drugs Medicines 1 a I i at own Mr W H be in No at for let t you to W H y J A Republica BARNETT tEOIIOPSt hD PROPRIEIOPS i c E SMITH Cuzn siougn 317 i FRIDAY JULY 3 J t I For PreUdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE j of La Rue County It will be a long time before Democracy can boast of another exPre dent The new Secretary of War Luke E Wright Is a Democrat and lives at Memphis Tennessee Kentucky should hold it love feast put their knives away and got ready for the campaign Remember it was a legislature Del mocratlc In both Houses with nllj Committees officered by Democrats twhichdefeated the County Unit t Acting Gov Cox did a humand thing in pardoning the blind and III but Isnt there danj I in woman any excuse r for not having a good figure whatcverl Chicago woman lectures not with a bumper crop of cotton Insight i Those Methodist Ministers doubtless mean well but they evidently dont appreciate what they ask when they petition Gov Willsou to reconvene tho legislature the d it failed 1o say and what should have t been left out but now he has troubles of bis own p i of McLean County are t is f going to start a paper at Oalhoon in the near future We hope they will succeed The party needs more country papers in Kentucky Attacks on Gov Willson will not onceal the printing graft which the Court of Appeals has just confirmed nor the empty Treasury handed over jy the late Beckham Indications point to a settlement of the TaftForaker differences in Ohio and the Indiana are getting together for the greatest fight of their lives Thus do Democratic hopes go glimmering If it is true that Itoosevelt has stolen the Democratic platform and is carrying It out In view of the sud don check In prosperity hadnt we better got back to old fashioned Re publican principles as soon as IKJSS i ble Arrjsing from Its two weeks quiet and peaceful slumber on the Republican platform The Hartford Herald awakes to find that it was not made Arty buslnet man who Is too par tisan to patronize as an advertising nedlumthe newspaper of an opposite belief to his should not expect and is really not entitled to the patronage- of i people of opposite political belief If both cannot be used at the same time rotation can certainly be practiced I The Hartford Herald hae a land way a Republican Now it inserts that Theodore Roosevelt Is a Democrat Vo should think this would cause mit confusion in the mindof those of its readers who depend upon its I advice ne to how they should vote If there are any suoh In these days of modern daily pews tapers telephones and wireless telegraphy it looks a little silly to send a Committee a month afterward to notify a man of his nomination for tbe residency With all the uptodate nethods of news he is bound to get an inkling of it beforehand and thus the work of the committee Is rendered somewhat perfunctory o say the least of it j dourJ readers while next year county Officers are to be chosen While supporting Republican policies and can didates this paper expects to deal fairly with all questions and indi viduals It is for fair primaries an equal chance for all and the elimina tion of boodle in primaries and elect tions The leaders oft party are neither mugwumps nor Democrats They believe thoroughly in a protec live Tariff and one that will give ade quate protection to alt American In dustries and keep American workmen employed at American prices That party which believes in turning Amer ican order over the foreign countries for the products of cheap labor is not the one for American laborers to support Whenever they have tried that experiment they have gone with opt work and have invariably seen starvation staring them In the face During the Democrat contest between Attorney General Hays and Mr Hager for the nomination for Governor elgli teen months ago the charge was made by Mr Hays In every county In the state that the Sinking Fund Com mujched tiio state out of dollars In the printin contract through favoritism to the Globe Printing Company of Louisville and in which John and George Fulton of Dardstown were Interested This was vehemently denied toy Gov Beck ham and the other members and the relations with Attorney Genera Hays became so strained that he refused to v v act with them in warding the Contract The made use of this charge in the campaign lust year and the Democrats again denlod the charge Now comess the court of Appeals of Kentucky competed of six Democrats and one Republican and says that in the letting of that contractthe state was defrauded out of 2390269 In other words the Globo Printing Co was awarded printing at 2790269 which should have been done for 4 000 and judgment is given for 32 000 which represents the difference with Interest fron 1902 It seems Im possible that those gentlemen could have made such a mistake It must have bcfcii rank favoritism with a big Batte oft for sonic one their contention Is it any wonder the Treasury is as empty ug mother Hubbards cupboard Jfa r To t r Jewelry Spectacles Toilet Articles Pictures Vases Lamps v Paints Blank Books c go at sacrifice prices much than The owner of building wants store room andwe have only 15 days in which to dispose of I Q f stockII iCome Now While the Stock is Complete and Lay in Goods for Future Day at Saving Prices EVERYTHING MUST GONOTHING RESERVED Come and take these splendid goods practically your prices Prescriptions compounded reasonable prices during this sale Griffin will charge sales these rates except cash Dont this chance escape Remember date June 25th July 9th Remember the place Griffins recent stand Thomas corner Z W7r1e Griffin Tames 8 illiarrlsHERTFORD KENTUCKY Hartford rzwprcOTEEIII REPUBLICAN TICKET Republicans Lawi tthepenitentiary conIIcta criticisei Republicans administration Republicans Hebeiwrite wayalll fO1them disseminating polltlcslri VINDICATED mllllonershlld ofLhoubandl Republicans Ignorantly RIpubl1can All less cost the the the the the old Republican QUARTERLY REPORT OF THEf Beaver Dam Deposit Bank AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON IJUNE 30 190- 8RESOURCESj Loans and discounts 169536 79 Overdrafts unsecured 28028 Due from national banks 4333765 Duefrom state banks and bankers 2581000 6914765 Banking house and lot 150000 Other stocks and bonds 864400 Specie 530507 Currency 517100 1047607 50000II Capital stock paid in in cash 2500000 fund 600000 Undivided profits 1569159 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 9238951 Time certificate cf deposits on which interest is paid 11975369 21214320 Unpaid dividends 125000 I Total 26008479S- UPPLLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of the I company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof direct ly if such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank None Highest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank NoneSee Section 5S3 Ky Statutes I anytpersonin the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individuali members thereof exceed 30 surplusNoAmount of last dividend 125000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therfrom before declaring dividend and was not less I than 10 per cent of the net profits of the bank for the period covered 4 y the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declar edT Yes See Section 596 Ky Statutes STATE OF KENTUCKY r r County BS ttJrioHJJarneBCaBhler of Beaver Dam 1rn yt t Deposit Bank a bank located and doI log business on Main street in the town of Beaver Dam in said countybe lag duly sworn says the foregoing statement bank at the close of business on the 3oth day of June 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and fur ther says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhereand that the above report is made In com pliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State desig nating the 30th day of June 1908 as hallbeSubscribed and sworn to before me by John H Barnes cashier the 1st day of July 190M Maddox N P 0 C My Commission expires January 10 1912 JOHN H BARNES Cashier C P Austin Director A K Leach Director G H Barnes Director Quarterly Report OF THE Bank of Centerlown At the Close of Business on the 30st day of June 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 6650403 Overdrafts secured 139069 Due from National banks 539491 Due from State banks and bankers 450000 989491 140000SpecieCurrency 350000 f 191932CurrentQuarter 48705 Total 1 8713714 I LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 Fund 111449 Undivided profits 110509 Deposits subject to check on which interet is not 6841756Timeits on which intetest is paid 61630jBills rediscounted 150000 Total 1 yf 8713714- SUPPLEMENTARYtarr d Highest amount otindelitednesslof- say stockholder p rpon com ytpJr IrMdncludlni in the liability ofcitae 1 I j t j J company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly If such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount 1 of such indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paidup capital stock of bank NoneSee Section 583 Ky Statutes Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereofexceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 180000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrpm before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes i See Section 596 Ky Statutes STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio as- H H LewlsCashler of Bank of CenItertowua bank located and doing busirness or Main street In the town of Centertown in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1908to the best of my knowl edge and belief and further says that the buslncs of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above re port is made Un compliance with an official notice received from the Sect retary of State designating the 30th day of June 1908as the day on iwhlcff such report shall be mnde jJG P CHAPMAN E S BARNES Directors Subscribed and sworn to before meIdnyyof IIPOCMy21 1912rThanks I want tQ luanl the tipayers A c I iieyhave M I bteceiVeorrtheftleet UBderiheisame Iawi thatnlhaye lhestionrtAYou t q1Iwor all R BMABrriNi 801C r t 1 cr r F y GIs r a RE sbLVP THAT OL1R QUSUI SS IS BOOMrNGBECAVJEiWE WooM OURBusINESS BYGJVING OUR PATRONS GOOD STUFf F02THEIR MON BlJSTeRB oWN + ORO w + vw eSOMIHb Yi1MNJJ J JUST NoW WHEN BUSINESS IS So RUSHING IT fI f IS BARELY PoSSIBLE THAT YoU MAY NoT GET THE GooD QUALITY of GooDS YoU DESIRE UNLESS YoU CoME To THE SToRE THAT CARRIES NorHING BUT GooD GooDS WE KNoW YoU ARE GoING To CELEBRATE BUT YoU ARE NoT GoiNG To WAStE ALL or YOUR MoN Y ON fIREWoRKS ARE YQU WHY NoT BUY GooD THINGS To WEAR fIREWORKS DoNT LAST LoNG BUT GARMENTS DO If YoU GET THEM AT THE RIGHT PLACE If YoU CoME To US viE WILL SELL YoU THAT DRESS THE NECKTIEs SHIRTWAISTS UNDERWEAR AND HoSE CLoTHING MILLINERY LADIES OXfoRD5 So REASoNABLE THAT YoU CAN AFFoRD To BUY fIREWoRKS To SToRE CLoSED UNTIL 5 P M sATURDAY I JULY 4 4K w w t Hartford RepublicaI FRIDAY JULY 3 IUnols Central RallroadTlmt f rkTableNorth RrnreI tomb Bound Noln2dne4O a ln No121 lIuU1I 911- 1No122dur127OP m Nil WI dnr 248 p a- lNole2idne248pvii So 181dnrE2m- Drinkj FruTots at City Restaurant Bring your Eggs and Chickens to James Lyons cOcaCola Ice cold at City RestaurantI City Restaurants Steak Meals cant be beat Try em There is certainly something doing to Candles at Lyons Groce y City Restaurant Is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Qnlts Etc Of rcourse If you want a nice Meal or Lunch you go to the City Restau rant Try a can of French Drip Coffee Every can guaranteed Sold by James Lyons Rev LW T4chenor and little son Master Earl were among our callers Wednesday r Miss Dera Dean returned Monday t 1from a few days visit to Miss Lillie Miller Cromwell Mr and Mrs C E HetVrin Louisville are the guests of Mr and lrtl M L Heavrln City Rev R E Fuqua mid family Clear Run spent Tuesday night with his siF- ter Mrs E C Clemons City Bdrn to the wife of Mr W E New bolt Tuesday a fine 9Yi pound boy Mother and baby getting along neely Lion AlVs a father had been the guest of his Mr W C Bennett Deda returned to Louisville Monday t President C M Barnettattended the National Board meeting of the A S of E at Indianapolis Indl the first otthe week We are headquarters forgroceries k sales and small profit is our motto 47tf SCHROADER CO h Capt James air DoWcese of Co H KN G carne near winning the medal at the State Shoot at Fitnldort the hitter part of last Wtek Mr F Jtaq moved with t his fancily to his hone alt Fredric- 5treoiJ uter in prayer DaDlp tpe aslaoyeinl months I RfmembElrtbat ekLiy Sunday 8tdool In thetrountytchouhi eleet delegates IleiiS8tidnYJto ItItaCount7 iconven- tjonturHartfold July6ranid 1nlale I Rate iq dvery2b iittolledf 6 114ai 1p r ia I- If df If t Typewriter Carbon can bo hud at this5 office It Is wonderful how much motley can be saved on u grocery bill by trad- Ing with Schroader Co 47tf FOR SALEl bay mare Iii hands high 8 years old saddle and harness flute style Address Dr J S Dean Olatoni Ky C uie to Lily Grocery and see my new line of Toilet Goods You get double value or 200 worth for 100 JAMES LYONS Mr L F Woeruer left Monday for DlckneU 1 lad where he will be the guest of Mr George Klein and family for a few days Word has been received here that the condition of Mr Julian Elgin who went West a few weeks ago for his health is no better Mrs Mary Cox White who has been In Owensboro for some time studying photograph arrived here last Satur day to ylsit her parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox For Sal =Dwe11lng stol and halt eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable For particulars canon BARNETT SMITH Mr James A Dllbro one of Ohio countys young men who lire serving the United States In the XllJaclty of soldier bad been trausfered from Ft William H Seward Alaska to Ft Benjamin Harrison hid The McHenry Deposit Dank which has been In operation only a few months shows by its qurterl report which nppears elseivhere In these co- 1umns that itis destined to rank among the leading financial institutions The Kentucky Light and Power Co Js Installing a new and uptodate dy namo and for thy reason there win be no lights for several days Mana ger E G Darrlls spent several days at Greenvllle last week inspecting the water works system with a view of exteniling the system In Hartford Mrs A S Yew ell gave a bridge party last Saturday morning In honor of Mrs George Forman who is visiting Mrs- Z Wayne Griffin after the games Ices were served Those present were Mesdames R E Lee Simnierman Z W Griffin Hooker Williams May For man George Foreman Miss Hattie Barnett Prof and Mrs L 1 Gray loft Sunday morning to atteud the annual mooting of the National Educational AssodaUon which oonvencs at Cleveland Ohio on Monday June 3O At the cloSe of the raeettng they will spend two weeks touting WCiinadaufter which time Mawiliuvistr reativds- Chtcagain l and Prof rdy rettita tol Hattford 4- b e 1 i 14 M yam t IMiss Cava Anderson Owensbpro I of relatives in Hartford I Sheriff R n Martin went to Frank fort on buslness yesterday 1 t4gal Ball Masan fruit jarS 85c dos Qt Half Mason fruit ijare B5c doz Pt H11 Mason fruit jars 60c doz Found at Cleve l1ers Mrs W H Duke Sulphur Springs who has been 1eriously ill of flute tor the past several days Is reported botne what huproved- Thp Fordsville Banking Co retains its old timeprosperity among the safe Institutions of Ohio county as shown by Its statement hl another column I I The Beaver Dam Deposit makes goodd Its record ati one of our countys most substancltal financial institutions In- itsI quarterly report Wllldl appalrs elsewhere to these columns i The quarterly report of the condi thou of the Hank of Htrtforll appears elsewhere In theercolulntle Tue Ye port shows this bank to he m splon did rlnahcial condition and rll turiv- 1ng In another column PlImrs the quarterly report of tile conditon of the Bank of Contertown It snows the Institution to be In Mlondid condition anti rapidly lncleashJg 1n the Y011l11e of Its buslness Hon H P Taylor who is a delegate to the Democratc Convontinn at Denver Colorado together with his son John P Taylor will leave today to attend the convention which meets next Wednesbay I The Sunday School ILulcnlllg is on and every school should be rrpreer- cd at all convontions possibleto ham Approved methods of work and to get nil tielgls ts to what UJIH are do art111 lUlit deal with nne aro tiatIoUld thr olite one was never satisflcrl In life I will give H cut of 50 per cent on all opical goods this month Now is tie tine to get a pair cf glosses that you eau read lit ease with J n TrllllHIn Jeweler and Optieinn Hartford 504- Lieut WootlwlIlIl and the following members of Co H were released and arrived in Hartford yesterday Prank Hamilton Tmel Westerfield A C Stevens Frank Hudson Andrew Glenn Sergt Flener Herbert Felix ClaudtJ1Chapman Mr R R Riley assistant Cashier First National Bank came down town yesterdayy morning with u brood smile nUll only hitting tae sidewalk In the high places Upon inquiring we learn ed that he Is the proud father of a 10 pound girl born Wednesday night He Is being congratulated by his many friends Mrs Mary Ward wire of Mr Ed C Ward of the Nocreek neighborhood died Sunday after onlyy II few days illness Funeral services were conducted ne1DameCarson graveyard Mrs Ward was a member of the Prethtcllail church at Beda and was I devoted christian who will be greatly missed in her community She leaves a husband and four small children DIed IIt his residence Adaburgthls county last Sunday night at 10 oclock of diseases incident to old age Mr Joshua Wade His Nmalus were In tErred In the family burying grountke Monday aftH11001l The deaaaed who was 87 years of UIe had been u membtr of the DaptJIst church for many yeas He Istv s four tons and five girls and a host of friends and relatives to mourn hts deuh His funeral will be preached tit the Ada burg church on the 3rd Sunday in July at 11 oclock R m by Rev R E Fuqua I EIdW B 1Vrlghtpreached his last sermon at the Christian church Sunda night Biro Wright is popular In Hartford with aU denominatJolIS antI our eople very much regret that lie feels compelled to go elsewhere The church here will find it difficult no doubt to fill his place as he Is a strongman and won his WilY into the hearts of people with whom he came In contact by his considerate gentlemanly bearing He carries with him to his new field of labor the good wishes of- all I Hartford people regurlleis of creed- His now pastorate wm be it Salem I Indiana The Ladles of kho Maceltliees held I a social meeting with Mrs Hooker Williams and MIss Hattie Uarnett fit the home of the latter last Friday evening Flinch was the form or en tertainment and the prize was won by Mrs Williams but U8 she was one of the hostesses the prize was presented to Mrs Molly Taylor for her efficiency at wielding the punch Light refrgah I meats were served Those present- were Mesdames Jim Bennett Heber Matthews George Foreman Wayne Griffin Charlie Griffin E DPendlt ton MoUy Taylor Miles Kliciwn Misses Sue May Sophia Woerner Suo Yeser COOl SPRINGS July 1Sunday Schoolat this place ISprogresslng nicely wi6hrosJoe F1tonSuperintendent and t MissrMae u tne Rogers Secretary I Mrs Jane Rahns of Drakesboro is visiting her son LutherRalnsIAUI1 Growbarger Is visiting her oU8111S Misses Ula and Lena Dunr ir Birch WU8011 and wife ot Beaver Dam was the guest of Mr E E Swt I SundayMessrs and Earl I Suitdayvisited Mr Clarence Deuo s Sunday Mr Arthur Mtllor sail faintly of Braver Dam was tile guest of his sis ter Mrs B P Neal Sunday Mr Tom Wright and sIster tits Minnie visited their sister Mts SundayMr the sick list daughtIMiss Iva visited of Ruttier Mines Saturday night and Sunday CERALVO Juno 20Mr Claude Bennett and Wlft Livermore visited relatives hO11 Saturday and Sunday Miss Ora Miter has returned from I several weeks visit at Lvoruiore- Mrs W ii Ttehenor Rumsoy visited the faintly or Mr D It Moseley Sunday and Monday Little Miss Myrtle Garrett Is spec dipg the week in Rockport this liag luuter Smul11On8 spent several days last weok wait her sister Mrs P L 1Vtod- Mr Joan lI1ono Hud wife Echols visited too family of Mr Lee Tiehenur Sunday I Miss Mabel Guet is visiting II- ISmallhoilli Mrs Emma B Fulkersbn Is vsit 111111tlol1 IQuarterly Report OF THE HARTFORDIAttho RESOURCES 16666979I71106Ibanks 4896954 Due from State banks and bankers 239270 6136224 Banking house and lot 300000 Specie 931847 Currency 895300 1827147 Exchange for clearings 178312 Furniture and fixtures 100000 Total 24279768 LIABILITIES Capital stock 4000000 Surplus 1200000 447100Ion which interest is not paid 7220467 Time certificate of depos its on which interest is paid 11252141 18472608 Unpaid dividends 160000 Total 24279768 srrtIIMnSTIt- I nigheet amount ul lrdbttdnA of any tuckholder Iroon company or drill tin rending lu tbn Ibtbllity of the vompany or Drill the IIubIIIt7 of the Indirlduul Inllllltl- MIhIII dlrrctly or Indirectly It such Indeb- tednrs exdO par rent of capital k- uctuatty paid In and actual amount of cur illux of the bankoneIFweeetlauno Keoturky Iillllul1 I Illghrxtntnoantof lndebtednexxofnp- ydlrrrloror omrerIfanomtofxuchlndebt edm xrstwle l0prreutof puldupcupltalM- loek of JnukSolieNee Section rI Kenturky tllIlutP1 4 flow le MaolexeJred7 Ii 110ee amount of Ittdebtednerx of nay Perron eOlllllunJlor nun haiudiag 111110111- 1Jlllt of the company or Drill of the Indn id- ualmrmberslbereof sd 20 pera nLoi- puld npcuplntlandactualrurplux N- oIfo tale nmllunt ofrneh lodebtednex- xAuount ollnt dlvhln1 105100- r 4N nil ISIlIoeM Iwxrx IlIleitIIudtl- lUM deducted lhretront befnrr declarin- gdlvldcndundwnxnutlex Ihllll lU percent of art profit of the blllll for the period coy- errd lIv the dlvldod carried tea the xurplux- Iuud before Maid dividend wax drdnrrd7 Sex See Section rdlil Kentucky Ntatutex KentuckyssCounty John T Moore Cashier of Bank of Hartford a Bank located and do ing business in the town of Hartford Ky in saideounty being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the con dition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30st day of June 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named nd not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compli ance with an official notice received designatingas the day on which such report shall be made JNO T MOORE Cashier J W FORDtH P ROWAN HOLBROOK ntra JNOiC THoMAs r Subscribed and sworn to before me- I 4 by Jno T Moore the tat day of July 1908 MARY T SMITH N P O C My commission ns Notary Public eXpires March l21910- Quarterly Report of the FOOOSYILL RANKING GO IISCOItt1JItATEO At ibc Close of Busiuss on the 30th day of June 1908 e RESOURCES Loans and discounts 7195559 Over lrafts seeared 16830 Overdrafts unsecured 261669 Due frcm National Banks 402215 Due from State Banks ami Batlhers348324 750539 Banking house and lot 70000 Other realestate 329659 Mortgaaes 1581717 OtherStauarvd Bonds 1064000 Specie 282381 618581OtherFurniture and Fixtures 131250 Current extaat last quar ter 82443 One house and North side of 10tIIstreet in the Fordsville Kr uedat 700 Total 12111939 LLhDILtTEIS j Capital stxepaid in in I cash 1510000 Surplus feu 310189 i Und vided iiJrafi 161365 Deposits sttli3ect to check on which entered is not paid 186SS53 Deposits subject check on whidh interest aIis paid 65672- Time certificates of deposits on tiihieh I interest is paid 76 53421 9617948 Cashierscbec k 011 19tWIIJ ing 13337 Bills payable 500000 Total 12111939 SUPFLPMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any staekholder- personcompany urfirm in eluding in the liabilltyof the company ot firm the liabili ty or theindividnalmembers thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per olatt Qf capital stock actually paid irr and actual amount of sutplllif of- the bank None Highest amount of indebt edness ofany din ctor oroffi eel if amount df such in debtedness cJtlWfsllt per centof paidapcapitalato of bank None See Sec5S3 KyStafutes Does amount Clf Ruieitted ness of any petcompany or firm includirrgifltbelixMt ity of the company r firm the liaility ofthemlMtfuaI members thereof exceed 30 per cent of pidupcapi tal and actual surplus No Amount of lastdividt31db60400 Were all expensra Gsinterest and tuxes HcWI therefrom before dectirrisg dividend anti IrIS net less pcrcentofnetreits od covered by the Titidertd carried to the surplasfund before said dividtn was declared Yes See Section 596 Ky Statues State of Kentucaky55 J T Smith J r President of the Fordsville Ban1t Co a bank organnizCll in 1833 locatedand doing businns at Nostreeti-n the town of Fordsville in said county being duiy sworn says the foregoing report ism all respects a true statement ofthe condition of the said bank at the dose of business on the 30th day of June 1908 to the best of his knowledge and belief tend further susthat the busi ness of said bank baskeen transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an notice received from the officialI of State designating the 30th June 1908 as the day on which suchI report shall be made J T SMlm Jr President Olla Wilson C S FORD Directors MORRIS WIlSON Subscribed and sworn tobeforeme by J T Smith Jr the 30th day of June 1908 W S Tinsley County Clerk A Henderon D C Q ARTEnLY REPORT OJi THE McHENRY DEPOSIT BANK AT THE CLOSE OF BUSlJ ONI JUNEOI tL RBSOtJIItCES Loans and Dlsoocatts 951S2 Overdrafts muted 1009 Due from National IhIdtr 425110- Bauktng House atta Leth 328005- Specie unPCurrency n z3c1It1 34S09 Furniture and FhtarslfU464 I MANALIN Is Am Excellent Remedy for Constipation There are many ailments direr tly dependent upon constipation such as biliousness rlicJloredal1tl pimpled shin inactive liver dyspepsiarJVer worked kidneys and hcadache MAN a LINcanberelicdupan i- to produce a gentle actio of the bowels making pills UW 1 drastic cathartics entirely say f necessarydose or two of Man a ilri l is advisable In slight febril 1 attacks la grippe colds ant Influenza 1Thosetarn Manalin in tablet formTHE MANALIN CO COLUMBUS OHIO U S A Current exrsls lsf quaru fiLSS- Tot f224Iti8i LIABILITIES Capttal Sack paid 1IIu cash i8S000- Undtvlded prufts ii11IS Deposits subject to check on which interest is not pad lfSe97 Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 32650 1404571- C4tpaal Stock iot padd 12000I Total t24505S- UPIEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness otI any stockholder person companyt or firm Including In the Nubility of the comttany or firm the lIablUi- ty of the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If such Indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actuallyy paid In natlL actual amount of surplus of that bank None Highest amount of indebtedness ant director or officer If the amountotper such Indebtedness cent of paidup capital stock ot bank Nona Ste Section 5S3 Ky Statutes Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including In the liability of the cornpang or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent surplusAmount of last dividend None Were all expenses losses Interest autkf taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not ItJss1 than 10 per cent of net profits or the bank for the period covered by the dIYle11 critd to tine surplus fund before said dividend was declared None declared See Secllon 596 1y Statutes STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio as- S J 7icjetr President ol McHea- r Deposit Bank a bauk organized November 1907 located and doing business at No street In the town of McHlnrr In said comity be ng duly sworn says the oregolnjf report Is In all respects a true state meat of the condition of the said hank at the close of business all the 30th day of JUlie 1905 to the best of his knowledge and belief mitt further says that the business of sands bank has been transacted at the w cation named and not elsewhere null that the above Is made In compliance with art official notice received frotnt the Secretat of State designating the 30th day or June 190N as the day on which such report shan baa made S J Tichonor Pres D M DUNCAN E F RENDER J 3 SMITH DIrectors Subscribed and sworn to before may by S J Ticiienor one lit day of July 1908 C M HALL NP O C- My contmissiuu cxpiresuianuary 21 1912 f r A r r i i1 ii 4jt w I jc WORKED HIS WAY The Job an Energetic Student Took ta Cross the Atlantic t Jack bad paid his way nlways Out of the poverty of hIs cl dbood be bad fought his way through the university After graduation be felt he must see Europe and with the little accumula lion he bad he crossed the pond trusting to good IUQk to Ret borne again But hIs trip ot sightseeing over be found himself in Liverpool without money and with no means ol Setting any lIe thought he would just go down to the steamship go on board and see Low It would seem If only be were go tug home As he wandered over the big liner Ills attention was attracted by a cry ing baby The mother was traveling alone und while she was attempting to see to all the thousand and one de tails Incident to the beginning of an ocean trip the baby hall resented the neglect be felt be hall received and was crying Tin mother was at her Wits cud- Jacks kind heart prompted him to say Let me take the baby muduui Perhaps I can keep him quiet until your preparations arc made Tills request so unusual from a stranger und especially from a man stronger naturally tilled her with sur prise but she looked Jack squarely in the eye for a second and trusted him I wish you would she Bald Jacks care was extremely satisfac tory to his babyhlp and when In a half hour the mother was ready to reclaim her cull she found a happy LabS cooing and trying to devour a bunch of keys at one gulp She laughed as she took the youngster and tlmnUcd Jack Then site add ed quite In fun I wish you were go- Ing clear across Jack saw his opportunity lIe said Madam Im a college student out of funds and longing for borne If you vIII pay my passage to America I will take care of your baby all the way acrossIlls proposition was accepted and In kept hIs word lie Is a prominent law yer now mill he looks back with con siderable amusement to his experience IuropeYoutheCompanion MURDER OF THE SEAL The Way the Animals Are Slaughtered by the Hunters The Ice echoes no footfalls FO the murder of the seal Is a stealthy net Izullieslies one of the hunters Lifting bis bat above his head lie UICUMIIVS the distance then swinging downward till Iron shod point he strikes the skull or crushedInthe bat and whipping out the scalping qulerlngthree side strokes the keen blade has tatbeneath itsfoldsparents Their bide Is coarser but worth having so the gunner takes u quick aim lodging a charge of shot In Ibo bead of the growling mate just at skullispreventtheother bats the cub Then the female SIlOberA few strokes of the knives and three iceTheflagmansticksers hurry forward leaving tbe pelts to thelJuntThus the slaughter continues after hour until nightfall only hourI stroke of the bat and thrust of thefleMIsthronget1the case a hundred men will kill ten times their number In a day since most of the seals are harps which seldom artIalnthemselves Day Allen VllIey in Met ropolitan Bunions and Rank It Is extraordinary writes Sir Hen ry Drummond Wolff In Ham hi in Iec ollectlons to observe In England the orboastingand the deference that they show to veryhighwhich the mother asked the governess to be good enough to look at The latter after examining it said If It were not for her ladyships exulted rank I should say it was a bunion PrecocityISign of IriShman1tbot his friend I 01 caught him usln1 th scissors or j u book Old lately bought nn before i n11111ndlxDolwln j Joy Joy In life Is like the oil in the lamp when tbe oil commences to fall tIme wick burns with a glimmering red Ilame filling the air about it with s Hack smoke Life also without a little tOY burns uuprotltably filling the nit with depression and sadness The hawk eats the dove but thpI hawk liccmto be surrounded by maty lobe dangers as the dove atI I ji 4ksrv t The Stars and Stripes The number of tho stripes hnvini boon increased by the admission o new States the possibilities of th nations future development diwned ul on our fathers and the original tblr teen stripes were unchangeably restor Id by act of Congress on April 4 1818 when it was enacted That fron and after the fourth day of July nex the flag of the United States be thir teen horizontal stripes alternate rll and white that the union be tweti I ty stys white UK a blue field nnd tiui the admission of a new State lam Ion Union one ear be added to tin I Union of the flag and such addltlor I take effect on the fourth ilny of Jul I next succeeding such admission Since ISIS twentyfive stars of sover elgn States havo been added to till Union making fortysix n all j Since the struggle of 1SC11SG5 UK flag has become to Americans dearc tiiiin ever It has been carried to UK utmost parts of tie earth cnrylMj j liberty wherever it has been throw tile breeze Amrlcans cannot fall 10 a feeling of pride and satisfaction uor restrain the swelling of patriot ism in the breast when we contrast the meaning III far distant lands III- i ours and other rings displayed togeth or The stars and stripes within tin recent past have come to posse now bejuty for friendly eyes and new terror for the foes of Liberty i Artificial Honey Artificial honey can now be mid tx like tIme genuine article in flavor j that even the experts can not toll the difference Thick syrup of sugn r 01Imlneralthe tame form occurring III honey Tills is mixed with some natural honey of strong flavor and thus closely elm i ulates the real article It Is said tiift the following known as Leys reagent will detect the spurious 110nerrell parts of silver nitrate fire dissolved lu a hundred parts of water find to this twenty parts of a 15 per cent solution of soda carbonate is added Tho pre clpltato is filtered washed and dissol ved in a 115 parts of a 10 per cent so hutton of ammonium chloride It must I bo kept III the dark in a wellstop pered bottle Tho honey to be tested tlutistof water A few drops of tho reagent are to be added and heated for five minutes on a water bath in the dark National honey turns brown and show a greeimishyel low fluoressceneo the Imitation turns a lighter tint and shows no Iiuoiesceiicei NotebookI S I open white of an egg cannot be steamed Inhaling the fumes of vinegar from a well saturated cloth with overcome the effect or Ordinary anesthetics and prevent the unpleasant nausea i White tissue paper Is invaluable to the traveler as it will wipe away the greasy look on the face better than soap and water Some wiseacre has tersely intimat ed that the twnetieth century American girls represents the four cs since 1shet charmingAn woman has discovered that the mens worn linen collars cut Into narrow strips furnish conven lent substitutes for the wax tapers used In gas lighters When burning vegetable refuse in a stove furnace put a handful of salt Into the fire with it and there will be no unpleasant odor The pulverized washing powders last much longer if used front a talcum powder shaker A baking pow j der can with holes utilized for the pur lOSeTile Pilgrim TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK SUNNY DALE Juno 25 Sunday School at Marvin Chapel is progressing nicely Mies Matte Wilson was the guest of Miss Dona Graves Of Dundee Sit urday night Mrs D Powers and Miss Mary Bell C Jones of Concord wero the guests of Mrs H F Jones Tuesday Mr A 11 Renfrew and family of Narrows visited Mr Mark lUnfrxnv and family Tuesday Miss Kddyth Duke of Palo Visited Misi Minnie Ilsnfrow Wednesday Mrs Alva Cramers and baby ofI Spring Lick Ky are tim guahSts of Mr A U Hen fro and family thjK week Mr and Mrs Elva Renfrqw baby of Hartford were the giiijstsandI the formers parents Mr and Mrs A II HeafrowrrueJday Mr F D IJlug11f1 went to Hartford on business odnefrhIY Miss Minnie Renfrow who has Ijeon attending Khool at Howling Green Ky in ipending toil wc k wiia her parents Mr and Mrs A UUeifrow Mrs Loucrftta Midklff and dauIP1 ler M Rilda of Dundee l11 gutrU of Mrs ACrmughn lIsdyI TO LATE FOR LAST WHEK DUNDEE Juno 21The arqpsbf tli communi ty aro looking well tuu iuc nng tho 1 seasonMr W H Duke who has beeifavory 111 of flux died monday ail iO k I a in Funeral services cohihicteS lit a Marvin Chapel by Rev Elgin bf 1 Hartford I The sixteen year old boy of 10r EH bens Kirby drowned near Narrows Sunday 1 Mr Herbert Ralph Martin powers and Mrs Pearl Wedding who hgbeeii- ill with flux ure thought to be 601110 L better Mr Jenkins wife Mil children of II Central City are visiUHg his Bister I Mrs James Felix of this place Mrs W S Cole of Horse Unaum i who has been visiting her children of this place for the pst five weeksI returned homo Sunday Mrs Lee Cannon and daughter Chri t I lliIbeen very ill of flux ded Interment took place at Sunnyvale two mo o of the children are sick but not dan gerous II Mr J W Stevens and family wc too guest of Mr and Mrs II C Cum mniKU Sunday Mrs Nelson Cole called to see Mrs Willie Cole SundRy afternoon Horn to Dr and Mrs Stewardl gui fllII j Valued Same as GoldI11 G Stewart a merchant Of Cedur cUiltJ1lIIersKings New Life IMls they get tn wiinh of that much gold in weight if afflicted with constipation maltfrla or bilousneKS Sold under guarantee nt i all druggists 25c fn Peculiar Bath IHis of the Boston lien sis a remark attributed 10 the late Sully Prodhomme was mail originally by tile famous and eceirtn leterary and dramatic critic Gustave SeltelllIi thought that he slept In the public streets and he himself took pleasure 1111 giving credit to this report Where are you lodging some one asked htliticlerchIChamps Elysees third tree to the right i Another anecdote of Planche is bsing once Invited to dine thatI celebrated actress Aniline or Dorval he arrived before the company IIIItake a bath I beg here is a ticket He returned in an hours time as clean as when he set out You uti i happy man you have not taken the I haUl By my faith I have Look at your bonds Ah that Is because I had a book I while In the vate- rCorrespondents I Still Wanted We want a correspondent at each of the following places Rockport JMcHenry Taylor Mines Cromwell ArnoldHorse Branch Dundee Roslne and Fordsvllle We furnish stamps land envelopes for mailing purposes and send The Republican without cost Write us if you want to act for us I i Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as far as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 285 days Winchester August 44 days Danville Augusta f3 days Lexington August 105 days Union town August IIIi days Burkesville August 114 days Droadhcad August 123 days Springfield August 124 days I Lawrenceburg August IS4 days Carroll Gallatln Owen TrlCounty Fair Sanders August I94 days Vanceburg August 194 days Uarbourvllle August 193 days Erlanger August 194 days Ewing August 203 days daysI3 days dasISomerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days lIardln burg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Montlcello September S4dnys Hodgenville September 83 days Hartford September 94 days Glasgow September 94 lays Falmouth September 304 days TO LATE FOR LAST WEEK WHITESVILLE June 24Mtes Golda Civil of Hartford is vlitng friends here this wNkMrs C A Keiey and son Herbert SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER i and MrsJosle WhoaUey returned Sun nUsIAdaburg passed through town today after visiting fri nds at Owensboro J A Edge and T A Taylor of Ada Saturdar was i Mr MOsley maid wife of Ow RailinI BinIMr and Mrs P H Huffy und moue Haffy Cecil returned yesterday from Chicago where they havo been attend iig tIme Republican Convention Mr Wilson Brooks and sister Grace worn the guests of Miss Aubrey John ion of Philpot Sunday Miss Carlo Duncan of Phi I not is visiting Miss Curie M Carty this week InsttuesdayMr D F Brooks is illathis home an Main Street Richard Morgan slilil family1 of Oven I toro dImmed with M J Holbrook Sun day Mr SaUl Wells and family and Mr Pay ton Simpson wife and daughter Gona May attended tho Littoral of George Fuqua at Fordsvllle on last Sunday J- Miss Drucllla Dillahoo of Owensboro was the guest of her sister Miss Molllo DMlaboe Saturday and SundayIA D Taylor aud son gave a moving picture show here Friday and Saturda lIght Mr C A Kclley and Dr O W I Edge wore In Owonsboro lit Thurs dayMr Kftll Fuqua find Mss Jeuue Wells visited at Mugiin Sund The American Protective Tariff League is early in tho field with a document entitled TIle Vital Issue Before the American People This IS oqHOIlMichigan a member of the Ways and I Means Committee of Congress One op3 will be formardcd free to any person sending a postal card request asking for document No 93 Address W F Wakeman Secretary 339 Broad way New York The Louisville I Tin1sS Is the livest afternoon paper publish ed anywhere It prints the news I right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you I can get th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR 500SIX MONTHS 250 art Head IndlgeMioQ PATENTS TRADtMABn promptlTebllDt4 PATETHATnfttut and nelp you nceeti send model photo ikttch for FREE report SURPASSINGhook rrostbi lalonte write BOSSOIIS ventti WAaHINGTONn What Would I YouDo If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than ouIing only 1200 worth of Dr Stiles Heart Cure and Nqrvine what would you advise a friend in like con dition to do have to thank you for gavin my wifes life two years ago We him continued with tho doctor until the third like tho two previous ones said that could be done for her that eho had better be taken home from tho hospital wait her time which would not be over weeks at tho moat her probablyDrhelp her got bottle of each and some Nerve and Liver 1llls anti commenced give them her We soon seen nn improvement nnd glYlagnil tho medicine She takes occasionally now sho feels andhaveREV MILLIGAN Cenda Springs Hans Dr Miles Heart Cure sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery fORC8ffisH8jSffi AND ALL THROAT AND LUNO TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATISFAGXOB3 OB MONEY REFUNDED One Minute CoughCure For Cemh Colds and Oreup AReIIabeRemedy Elys Cream Balm quickly absorbed Gives RlIel Once It cleanses soothes heals and protetts the diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh and drives RWBV Cold in the ReItnTaste and Swell Full size 50 cts atDrug- gists by mall In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York I Ohio County Supply Co I 4i orportcd bit bit Hartford Ky bfi I Hardware Machinery and all Kinds L 1141of Fanning implements I bit b 4We carry complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you andSican Jj recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers b43 Agent for the famous Chilled Plqws Blount True 41 and Mpllne with all repairs for same It Ii A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep j1 4t Well Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds 4iotFieldSeeds MitchJjbit uIt Harvesting Machinery bit 4 We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn 49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers Jr Ciand Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give us equitablev bt 1 w rLeTRle flITTERSQuick Reliefand ache Backache Dizziness Malaria etc tc1 1 J f i 0 rl i5ws nd to I or to OD to f X e I I I I X doctor nothing to quietly 6 I brought might PO I a to to bottles In of It It P Is benefit If It Is at a W or I a Oliver Blue j a It j tI 2 The best tonic CurMivo PMedicine tot these die eases SOc Guaranteed p 7 I 3 PiaIJ lr IiI1Jlu rqq tUStLAInTyf SMlTtyATTORNEYS l HARTFORD KY tV jll practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio dnd adjoining coun I ties and Court of Appeals SpecJatat tention given to oil business entrusted PracISpecialties Office In Republican build ing I FRANK L FELIX j Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col Ictetlons a Specialty Office In the Herald building CHAS M C OWE LAWYER5HARTFORD theecourtsand In the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice and to collections Office In old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON IATTORNEY AT rAw KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square I R R WEDDING I Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the Stato and Federal pensionsEtc CiuntyfficeI M L IIKAVIIIN lillNKST VOOIHVAIl HEAVRIN WOODWARD I Q IHARTFORD Inlallen criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the j Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Dank W n HARXK8 8 A ANDEBSOl ANDERSONILaw5 HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they practice eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford litigationttectlnggiven special attention Notary In office W H BARNES 8v A ANDERSON I GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 137 j JAMES C BENNETT- P O Pox 125 Hnrtford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill sell any and all kinds of prop reasonable a M JOHN BLAIR BufordRy LICENSED AUCTIONEER Property ble Your patronage solicIted I II PATENTS PROCURED AND DEFENDED Bendmodel rportI 1 Patent and Infringement rmiici ExclusIvelyWrit or cone ui at I BJ1 suits cIltD C t L Ii1 I I I 1 f tfN11 r1l f r IIROVER CLEVLAND DIED POOR MANS Income Said to Have Been 10000 AYearWorrled 0rCondition I There are Cenfllcttng stories hero us to wbalMr Cleveland left to his family Some say that they are am lily lrovlded for and otiiers luat he left but lIttle it anything Among the latter Is the Washington star which aays today Contrary to the general belief Mr Cleveland was a ioor man For some reason which does not appear the opinion was generJIly held that irn was passessed of a considerable estate and that he would leave his family weell oft when he died In quirles made yesterday developed the tact that Mr Cleveland far from be- Ing well oft was poor and left to Ills family unless his close Personal friends are entirely mistaken practically nothing but the house at rinceton and the place at Buzzards Bay When Mr Cleveland left tIme White Housse the lasat time and for years thereafter said one of his In1 tlmates yesterday lie had together with his wife about 10000 a year HIS lucerne often wopried lila evceed Ingly especially as he saw his family growing up about him and knew their future was not as well provided for as ho could wish He would not accept anything from his friends lie was extremely proud on that score but those who knew him best know that his circumstances worried him not a Uttle He did not live In New York for the solo reason that lie could not live there as cheaply as lie could in New Jersey and maintain the style lie felt would be demanded of him When he became one of the trustees of thin Equitable Life his Income was added to somewhat I think lie obtained something like 5000 for that work lie was the only nieiiihir of the board of three who was paid but unlike the others he gave nearly hiS entire titHe to work of the Insur- anco company Had ho lived a little longer his cir cumstances would have been much lmproed All his friends rejoiced when lie becamo time head of the as soclatlon of L Instiraflee Presidents with a ialary of 5OOO a year for they knew his clremimmistarices However lie held that place 01113 a year so that althout there had been nn improvement It was not sufficient to make a great deal of difference I know mi great deal about Mr- clovelands affairs and my belief js Itw ll bo fouud that lie left little If anything to his funilly outih of time house at Princeton and the furnish- Ings In It and the place at Buzzards Bay HI had WIIIC little mitoney in addition but I doiit believe It was very much Iy recoleLhon IS tuat It was on deposition the Kemilehorbocke- m Trust Comuiiliy That CncLramo out at tile time tim coimipany closed Its doors Sufferswhosay the have tried everything without benefit are the pro aile wearelooklng for We want them to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will conquer Cold In tho Head hay Fever and obstinate forms of Nasal Cltarrh This remedy acts directly on thin Inflamed Sells tivo membranes Cleansing soothing and healing One trial Will conllIcc you of Its healing power Price SOc AU druggists or mailed by Ely Bros- r6 Warren St New Yorl Wise and Otherwise Moments make the year and traffic life You laugh at some poop Ie Others laugh at you Wlso Is shin who proms by time fool lsiiness of othersI Is who Is not afraid of sinning had better fear sutfErlug Its hard climbing to heaven with a load ofhatred In the himt- Jieayon measures olit wealth by the 100we lnyest In other lives Whatever one womai says anothwr- is determined to clinch There Is only ono WilY to tIl11 ease iii your work and that Is to nut heart mit Tile very nicest gtr In tlio tvorlt1 IS 1hl1 one the boys arptho most afrafdot Ono mans IdOa of ataioiIted womin Is slJQ his lot of colunmon senP A woman can bo exceedingly nUsor able v1thiuut the istxthmso for be- Ing so I i There are too many people In time worliiv o uso thqlr n lt eggs to make cake of If Tile recreation that make cQn sclenco squrm is almost 8ure to be desecration j 1 Silo Is ii wIse woman whO wastes no energy on pursuits for isjchhp 1 not fitted to fin average age nt deilhof ple wfi by accident 1 tbirtthe- andahhfars AthrlflY w0l11iu1 will make her home I of rLA 4 4 attractio tItrougn 1tbun hut Ih tho whderneis I J It is awfully discouraging that friends cntItbe candid Without say lug unpleasant tltings Berlin firemen wear water jackets which are tilled fron the hose and afford a great Iprotcetion front time flames PessImnexits are1 looking forward to the tlm when there wilt be nonq but payasyouenter boarding house In this country Time nina who does little else but talk of his wonderful aceommiphishnients of the last will not do anything startI ling Over In the futureIby the missionary societies of this country and Europe Is spreading the Gospel among their fellows Those Individuals are happy who lct upon life as a story book they always bellevQtJ1ere Is a pheasant sur prim In the next chapter Politeness Is a sort of personal ad- Vertising phampiet whiCh we hand graciously to acquaintances and strangers but seldom offer to time knowing ones at home The Worlcs Best Climate Is not ent1reIy free from dlcease on time high elevations fevers prevail while on thin lower levels malaria Is encountered to it greater or less extent according to altitude To overcome climate affections lassitude malaria jaundice bllloussness fever and ague euocItlvegreat alterative and blood time weakjness50c m Important Question of Forest Law in Maine In holding that the legislature has a Jiguiat1ugvate lamls It time cutting Is liable wel1CurcCourt handed down aim opInion or 1I roati- mimportaimee to thin oWitrs or forest laud In that State and of Interest to land owners In all prts of time coUn try The uplllion refers Larticiihitrly tQ the cutting of timalJ timimber vnieht should bu left growlimg 0 give ti torus cover lruvemmt or ditullIIshcd soil era slon and consequent filling nil of Lao rlerHUld lakes The JudgeH sllelrl- elllr state that regulations of that kind cannot be constructed us tne tmk lug of irivato iroImert for imubile use and that time stimo needs not pay for youllg growth which it may fOlbld time owner to cut This was miot a court ISCISIOlI for no Cai3e was before time court for me view but was a formnmil oplition liieimr ell lit the rcquet of time semiator for the guidance of the leglsTature In the enuctmellt of laws to regulate forests and jiroteet time interests uut time pnb- IIc 3Inillar questions have come up In other slates anti mimay be expeettoi- LI cOllie ulI in the future Jn time irolsmtion which the 11Iuu- Etunto subumitted to tile judges for thlr opInion It was stllllllated that a law shotmid not be ouicted wlilch- woulll interfere with clearing land for lII or uitiiUtaetiirimig 11011SUlewhere a forest covom Is lieceSsary to jrevezmt the wlsh of tile s611 time IDS sonlllg ot food ravages and the IIIln- tlgntion ot drought amid whomc time lub lie good requires tllat such covor be I presoryedSlu submitting theIr ophiitou tilt jut JO cited numucioums eXluullles of legis latwlIrostraulllj wolmerty holders front Usiug their PiOletIY Inludl it way liS to umidmtmiger time iuhhic welfare A man ilmay not erect a tlaugcrous hut ding on hits city lot beeauso It wotm- iinmperil Ui damage tho property of oUt ors For tile saute reason a forest ow 1101 niny be restrained front donudilli his hillsides to suclt a degree as to scud tlowu upon too lands of lila neigh br time lion wash to corer theim inead ows choke their stronms unit Injure tiiim in their rightful use and enjoy muon of propo ty It was declarell that there is nothIng In the Ctl- nsbtuUon of thuU1uttOd States or II- Ithn o 1I15t3t8 of Miiuue proiuil4Liiig- tltii umforeenueujt of a forest law o- fL4 citid tluos greatest wealth Is Iii itforests thircctly or Indirectly lit- sevqral 1i3a It hiss been a pidiicer lii I forest legtsiution and liumnagonment It Is one of tiio few statesprohlbly tie only stntewhiote forests aro uOtr- iy llOldhg their Own Lumnibertlig has none 61 there tOt t1 long time null oet year therois mupmetimLmmg rvudy- td t cut The folly OfstrhlIlng Jaud- ln4 leaving Jt dQenscioss dgaitist era sian Is welt understood In Malle ad thorn loglslatdto htis tlLke11 the prehimi- aryjl steps toward a 5law to cOmpel unwiilthg forstInld OWners to leave oJo1ghsm l1t timber and bfltsh on I the ground t oYer 11 I Kd0rlnlfssour Itomacb tIoftJ I paIitatIonofth boazt Digests whalyouoal 9I a3ALtLt 11 nUGK RAISINli IS PROFITABLE LonE Island Is Famous As The some Or Delicious Fowl The raising of the dUCk which has nmade Long Island unions amollg epicures and gourmets of the metro 110lls has become Qua of the most 1m- llorlant industries ot Suffolk County In the region of EtStport Speonk Quo gue and West Hampton a large part of thin population Is Interested directly or Indirectly In the business of breed- Ing and growing for market this web footed Rnatlneblrd Jt irOvides work for ninny meumand wonieui tooand means trade for time siiokeepera In the different villages The duckral lug Industry has grown to great proportions on Long Island In the last decade Some or the greatest duck farms In the world are now to be found around Eastport and Good Ground The fist man who weuit in for raising a toothsome breed of duck for the New York hotels and restau rants had such success that many others followed him Into the business and now great numbers of the edible fowls are shipped daily to the city market So extensive and Important I has this Industry become lust the Long Island duck raisers have organized themselves Into a sOrt of trust to vrotect their own Interest and pre vent unscrupulous growers from Injuring time reputatlumi of the SllconkI bIrd by palming off us such era spurious breed of duck I Mammy of time Suffolk ralSCrs inure Rmasfed comfortable fortunes III the business and fame have grown even wealthier Their fanus are cquIPIId with every convenience and ted along model lines as to sanitationIand hygienic arrangements the thick raising IJ done on that cmmjoyumueumt so dear to time duck heart swlnmnimug nmny bo freely Indulged In hy the fowl Omi soimue of the I farms there are freshwater streams- and I ponds III WhIch the wuter Is ever runnlumg and cimangliug Others arOIon the banks of sltwalel which reach In froumm lolJtohls nim- ilShinnecock bays Wllllo tIe chief prdtll Is of course Jut time Pait or the bird which goes to the table thin mOil cy realized from the sale of certahy- mbprotiucts tiii athe feathers is- cousiderabloNew umk JJUttliIA Californians Tite luckiest duy of my IIfu wto when I bought t box ot l1uelcleus Ar hInt Salve writes Charles F Tiudahmn of Tracy CaIJtOln Two 2ioC boxes cUred mmmc of an tmmimoyimmg Cmse of Itch lug piles whmlili hind troubled time tI years anti thuit yuelded to no trottimiemit SIll UUtler otlltWI all drugglssts mILittle Nubbings of Farm- News li1Snyder Penll near Vimitesith sold a hog that wejgllcd j80 lnLilId- sPartyfive gllJllllI1I of lard WfIle left tlercell trout time fat aud tIlUmlIgS which brought enough to may tile cost- of the hog hearing time test of tilt clICalll dew imrolt- Fh I grlcuUIIIal do1artiiieut reports that there uie 19000000 lWS iii ti United States antI that they 1odtice- micarly ts000ooo pouitls of milk mi- iinuahiy 16iiOOOO 000 hounds of butte timid 3000000 plUnds of chcese i Time drainage and reclamation oC 10090000 acrs In Texas amid Louti ano bordering on the aut of Mexico wmil through toe cJncelted nctoa f the own rs lud time ratlroad ClIIIIIIi nlo become an aceoluphislued fi4t- vltimii tija next Iwo yenra Tlo 11th- is 1 said to be oxtronmehy rich An nblOllI uuim Inwer seyt tll most flrllter vIii ludignllntlr roflu l- to take 49 39 coats or any such fom grain butt w1I not 1moitiite 10 taliI 40 or SO cents or any other evomi fg Urn within t cent ottimo irIco oCCe ell Time British ho5mrml of agriculture rec- m1imtiy publishClI figures whldl shw that England buys tvku as mucit foHII liS she did twenty years ago A CuIforn4a law forbids iet4 ng J- CfhO on onuibwmi Intuit Witllout fSo- QtatnlIg tt Permit tioiim a t1IO warden This law tllljps to the btmruuthg if weeds trash or anything else Time littlo towof Princeton Tusri last yeai shipped tiOO ll1rloHCs or- IIcHntoOll T1II3 largcst fonn lu tI- 1Loighjorhood dccs not cxeRtF eighty- acres Only J row yaei l oentvl Iowa anti lHnois uvs thin lImnit or Ulu riit- ot weat kelt but thell t Ir rnpid1- rlIIoylngl1orthttrtl amii wiito wtirt Ill during tbb last tsvci foLrsdJno vet well In MinnEsota Last year 15 ver cent of the fruit hlllmentsre oe1edlt S3n Pranc1ac from other stiles were either destroyed or turned to the iiIpjing jnt becufj being Infected with tlls oases orjnsect pestsof eamna sor- tKanatias sent 6any eggs to- OallfOrnia4hat the lteope there can hot eat thom all and large quantties will be sent east In Search of n mar i o i THE KENTUCKY i i LIght and Power CoINC- ORPORATED i f IWIhh WIRH YOUR OUSH AY O8T i IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANi i HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t BE WrrHOUr THEM WHEN IN tREACH+ F G BARRASS Manager I- 4I J i+ I++ + I+4++++++ + + Iu+ 4 + 4t + + +++ + + 4l + + I Jot to W IimundsI posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER J The fact that The Smith Premimr Type writer is used in every civilized country on the LLglobe is not so important as the further tact i that the demand increases year after year j 1 The reputation of The Smith Premier is I worldwide Worldwide use has made it so ITile Smith PIcmi81 TUPHWlit81 oIII c 1 Lcel S21 Pinc St 1 LOUIS MO 1 n J WANTEDA RIDER AGENINEACHTOWNl J umpie Lateat Model flangcr bicyck furnished by u urarents cvcryOicra are III1kin last IPit ull tkaull IItoyou rny e It to any test OU wish II you arc then not perfccil listied or do not wish to keep the bicycle thipit back to us at our expense ando wilotleputoneccht i FACTORY PRICES We furnish the mde bicycles it Is possible to make at one anmati proitt above actual factory cost You save to to S middlemens profits by buying direct of ui and have the manufacturers gILt antee behind Our 110 iOT lilly a biCcleor3 pair 01 iirestmtnazyone at pk until ou receive our caulogues and learn our unheard ot zctY frIU and renaykao teial offer to rIder ogetits- I wben IOU receive our beautitui cauloltUe and fullMvtn any other tactory We are satisfied with tO profit above factory cost nIcyciiiEtLmus yu can adtm cur bicycles under your own name plate at oouDIeOUr prices uruers mica thC cOy received SECOND UND 1lICCLiS do not reillarly handle second hand bicycles but usually luve a number on hand taken In trade by our retail slores These we clear out at prices ranting from S3 to ISH or tO flescilptiye bargain flits mailed tree OASTERBRAIngiu wheels litiporteci romlcr and 1da18 parts repairs andC ci all kinds at llal tit usual rctailjr- jccsIt I 5 0 HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF itMSELFHEALING TIRES A TOINTRODUCEOFILY SAMPLE PAIR l1li Tilt rtJrulat rftaj1rice ettdese uies is ssa erar bllt to i1rcthce nt wilt ItllJQU sam ltai fo SISOtpul withorrtS5- NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or ilius will hot let thu all out Sixty thouC3nd pairs sold last year Over tw hundred thouInd pairs now In use DESCRIPTION Mallein nit sizes It Isltvely- aitO easytidlngverydutnbiennd lined luskiewitli IIrousIlIII0neeorlwiceinnDn onllnnry Ihe outlast oilierby several layers of tub specially prepared fabric on thernllkoSOI ELstT1O nllY tiud IUIIINOolvertlllnthe rider of onlr USo per pair All order same day letter Is received We ship C 0 n on approval You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly ns represented We allow a ea1a hcount of ccnlliherehy making the price 84ri per pair If you send EVIL O4tSIPiVITII OttflIft and adrertisetimeut We wilt aiso send one nickel brass hand pump Tires to be returned at OUR expense If for any reason are not satisfactory examination We are perfectly rellnble and money sent to us as aarens In a batik If you a pair of these ttrcq yOU find that they wilt ride easier run f3ster wear better last longer took finer than any tire you have ever used or seen DI any price We know that you wlUbe so weU pleased that when you want n bicycle you will give us your order We vant ou to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkabie tire offer ofIFthe speclallnlroouctory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Suncry Catalogue which describes and makes and kinds 01 tires nt about hat the usual bicycleDoffers we are making It only costs a postai to learn everything Wrlle il NOW 4 JISL MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL tgr nah hut This wl1 II IV llh 1 g tI PI 10 ruizhtoads s ley w Ii i1I 1U freight bout roJtlg iii C nmng- ilonfutiia S 1lllIJ Jill 5g IJ tC font jim tic 111111 I 1 fut m- lvgctablca Seic of t j rIe1 yihleys of that ttmite nrp lirailul mg onOImuJl quantities of IilIttOCh anll other ui- etabies lotittti la s1f ioo f 40t- haies Iii that eUntiy 8 5ecnmi g- Coinflmout ttntl the effect Is likelysi lie rett liltato rJX of timo n fW years T 1S G and Robelt S hiolines- of1Lpii Deacit Cal are probablY Urn oldest twimma IiyIig 11 tie nltedI States They were 76 yclrs old 1n I i t am n JoChUlIY id Vt v J iejrCV rIUt1t b i luui t o C I1IiIt JI f IH tie bittle of Ill og Time oug 1 itl lcuiint C- Sutn 1 t Caht mull lii tt y f broken all records and tmougt t tcvrage ptice LOI hin lower timut cv- or before Ui total receIpts will h larger tkian OWl 5lie Frankllu CtJe inipI1 r whicit E1 II if rrlnmltui SdlfEottl Im S sold Its herd of SOOOO In Dakota andwihl go out of SIutternI Time rilpid settling of the homesteaders Is gvea as the reason J for going out of Vie busns- St ci4a W1lElaG lElT Oh o Countv Circuit Courtr F Birkimead JUdge lIen D lUnge Attorney Oscar MJdkIU Jailer Ed G narrass Clerk Frank L- tellx Master CommlsslonerY 1 Mos lel Trustee Jury Fund It II MartIn her1ff Hartford IheputiesS A- Lratcher L P Crowder W C- ishley J W Martin Grant Pollard 2ourt convenes first Monday In Marcia end August and continues three weeks end third Monday In Ilay and November wo weeks County CourtW D TaYlor JUdger iv S Tinsloy Clerk E M Woodward tttornoy Hartford Court convenes Irst Monday In each muontim Quarterly CourtDeglns on the tldrcl- donday In January April July andOa ober TUeslaylay In October Other Otflcer8N Moxley Surveyor lmreve S V Leach Assessor fl4t- oyJames DeWeeseSchool Stmperinten- ml Hartford Jerome Allen Coron rlngo JUSTICES COURTS S II Williams Beaver DamMarch U lune 23 September 24 December U W p MIller Horse DranchIlarch 26 rune 2d September 2d December 26 W S Dean DundelIarl 27 Jun 6 September 26 December 2- 7v n Edge PordsvlUeJlarch 2SJune- i September 27 December 23- D S Chamberlain I3edaMarch 2rune 25 September 26 December 9 Herbert Render CcntertownMarcb- p June 21 September 21 December John II Miles RockportIlurch 31 tune 30 September 30 December rHARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S QteniiCIty ttorney S II Selbert Marshal Court onvencs second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church lothScrvlcca 3OCOl- Itinday In earth month at 11 a m and r p m and 4th tnday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgia Iastor Baptist ChurchServices heW Satur ay night before ecQnd Sunday Sunday md Sunday nIght and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every lhrsday eveningSC P ChurchServIces first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m- 11ev Iiozarth Pastor Chrlstlon Churchtervlces ever burtSunday ot 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W D WrIght Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC 1L Barnett CIty CouncllJ II Williams Mayor C M Crown Clerk S K Cox Treas urer n E L lmmermnn C M Dar riett E E ilirlthead Wayne Griffin llOOiCCr Wllllnms and trnest lliis3- ECI1ET SOCmTIES Hartford Lodge No Ci F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each EoThomasJ eystone Chapter No 110 mouth every third Satrthw night In each month n- n Riley I lgh Irle8t Itosroe Render Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Infglm- of Iytlmlas meets every Tuesday night n D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 9 IC O T M PiCuWnonl I cerurS- tuuuslmlno litre No 42 L O T M Teets first Friday evening and third MrsnMrs E Ii lentlieton Lady Record keepr Preston Morton Post No4 G A 11 holds regular meetings Saturday bet the tint Sunday In each month F fPorter Commander R A Ander AdJt Ohio Tribe No 183 Imp Order Red Men meets seconl and fourth Wedneso hay nIghts In each lIIonth Isaac Foster icy Sachem J tey Foster Chief ot Records Acme Lodge Xo S3ih r 0 O P meets every second and fourth Monday nIght at j30 G B Likens N a O M Sliultz Secretary CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho 7J StofThe and Quick est Way to Transfer Jvloney Is his lONG OISTANCE THfrHONEI For Rates Apply to Local Mgr thJnibei1iitl Tel Z Tel Go t lIlrOIl ATtl Anyon enalng R keh and description ma anitivetitlotitkns strictly totiiideutmid HANDBOOK on Iaumta patotitsiatentspecial notice withoutcharse lathe ilmericanAaireulUt of an7 mCteiitiiio Inertial Term t3 err I tour month ii bysU bCWidelr YorkJirarch r As Reward for the Loya1tybf yr our Custom re enutateon t 1308 AND CONTINUING TO AUGUST 1 A PROFIT SNARING SALE I1 While this country is struggling to free itself from the weight of the worst financial depression in the history of this country when shear necessity compels everybody to if possible increase the purchasing power of every dollar Fully cognizant of the existing conditions and with a lfneart full of appreciation for your loyalty to our store we come to your rescue and propose to share with you a liberal proportion of this sea vsons profits As a means to this end we have assembled together an enormous collection of absolute necessities from every department of our mammoth institution and have placed them at your disposal without any profits at all to ourselves and in many instances at a loss to our store on every odd suit hat and pants every short length of piece goods every oxford and all odd lots of shoes without any profit and less We in wite you to visit our store every day during this sale Look through our profit sharing collection if you cant see where you can save money dont buy NOTICE THE SPECIAL DA TSIOn each day during this sale some department contributes its entire holdings at a Profit Sharing price By this means the whole stock is placed at your disposal during this sale These prices are good on Merchandise sold for cash only Merchandise charged will be sold at regular prices Our Shoe Department Places every pair of MensBoys Ladies Misses and Childrens Oxfords at your disposal All leathers represented made up in shapes to suit any foot Also have a collection of odds and ends Shoes that have been priced with no regard to eoat our only object is to sell them at a big sacrifice and get them out of the department entirely Mens Oxfords 150 Black Vic OXfrda Sale priceOo 129 200 Black Vici Oxfords Sale price IGg 225 Black Vici Oxfords Sale price 194 250 Black Vici Tan and Patent Leather Ox fords Sale price 198 300 Black Vici Tan and Patent Leather Ox fords Sale price 248 350 Black Vici Tan and Patent Leather Ox fords Sale price 27U 400 black Vici Tan and I Patent Leather Ox fords Sale price J2H 500 black Vici Tan and Patent Leather Ox fords Sale price 409 Boys Oxfords Sizes 8 to 12 125 black Vici blutclier Sale pricex109175 patent Colt Sale prIce 139 200 patent Colt Sale price 159 BOYS OXFORDS Sizes 12h to 2s 135 black Vici109150 to X160 patent ColtIBlutcher Sale price l2200 Tan Vici and Patent Leather Sale price 159 BOYS OXFORDS Sizes 2i to M 200 patent Colt Vici and Tan Sale price159250 patent colt vici and tan Sale price 198 tOO patent colt vici and tan Sale price 239 Childrens Oxfords Si7A45toS 65c back vici blut her Sale price 48c 75c black vici blutclier Sale price 59c 1 black vici blutclier Sale price 79c 1 black patent leather Sale npnc1 tan vici blutcher Sale price 79c CHILDFENS OXFORDS Sizes 8 to 12 90c black vici blutcher Sale price 74c 1 black Vici blutcher Sale price 70c- x+ 115 black patent leather 9Ic 135 black patent button Sale price109135 black tan vici blutcli- er Sale price109 Misses Oxfords Sizes 1212 to 2s 125 black vici blutcher Sale price105135 patent vici blutcher Sale price 109 50 patent button Sale price 119 150 patient blutcher plain toe Sale price 119 200 patent button Sale price 159 Ladies Oxfords 1 blacK vici Sale price79c 125 black vici and plain and cap toes105150 black and tan viei 119 175 black vici 129 200 blaekvicitan and pat ent stile price 159 225 black vier patent 179 2i0 black vici tan and- patent 198 300 black vicitan and patent t c 239 350 laek vici tan and It 289 Our Clothing Department Sustains the biggest loss of any one department contributing to this great sale We have select ed out every suit of strictly sum mer weight and all odd lots in and every odd coat andvest of the entire stock Look for the specialclothing day when the entire stock will be sold withou any profit MENS SUITS One lot 4 suits sale price 298 lot 5 and G suits 379 lot G to 850 suits 498 II lot 750 tolO suits 598 II lot 12 suits 8 98 II lot 13 to 15 suits 9 89 II lot 15 suits 10 89- II lot 16 to 20 suits1189 Hart Sohaffner Marx make Strictly hand tailored and noth ing but strictly aU wool fabrics One lot 18 suitsi3 98 lot 20 suits 15 89 II lot 22 suits 17 89 II bt 25 suits 19 89 MENS COAT AND VESTS ONLY 3 50 coat and vests2 79 4 50 II 2 98 YOUTHS SUITS Blacks and fancies in long pants coat andvests One lot of 4 suits148lot of 4 suits 2 98 II lot of 5 suits 3 39 II lot of 6 to 10 suits 4 98 II lot of 150 to 8 50 suits 5 98 II 10tof10 suits 6QO Boys two piece knee pant suits One lot of 150 suits 100 II lotof 175 suits 1 18 II lot of 200 suits 138 e lot of 2 50 suits 198 lot of 300 suits 200I- I lot of 400 suits 298 lot of 5 00 quits 3 98 Calicoes Every short length in our house from 1 to 10 yds in shirt ing stylesdark blueslight blues and grays nothing but the best calico made sale price 4c yard Big lot of Pound Prints in assorted lengths and styles 2kc yard Daily Specialties July 11 ladies waists and muslin underwear 20 per cent ofJ One day only July 13 ladies hosiery 20 per cent oft One day only July4 childrens hosiery 20 per cent off One day only July 15 rugs of every descrip tion 20 per cent off One day onlyJuly 1G carpets 20 per cent off onlyJuly 20 per cent off One day only July 18 clothing 20 per cent off One day only July 20 skirts 20 per cent oft One day only July 21 ace curtains 20 per oulyJulyand caps 20 per cent oft One day only July 23 neckties 20 per cent oft One day onlyi1July 24 hole proof socks 20 per cent off One day only July 25shoes 20 per cent off One day only July 27 mens hats 20 per cent oft One day only July 28 suspenders 20 per cent off One day July 2e dress goods 20 per cent off One day only July 30 corsets 20 per Fent off One days only July S1 underwear 20 per cent off One day only August 1 shirty 20 per cent off One day only Bleached Domestic Farmers choice bleached re gular 10c value sale price nc regular8e LiningsPercollne regular price 15c sale price iOc- M rcerized Satteenlinings re gular price 25c sale price 18c linings20c Dress Fabrics 36in White Linen Suitings regular 20o value sale price iOp Pastime Skirtings regular lOc yardApronular 7c values sale price 5c per yard stylesinsale price G- eSplendid r assortment of high splendid Notions 125cLadies lljsses and Childrens all Silk Web Fiber Grip Hose Supporters A beauty Regular 2c value Sulo price 15c- Iwperial Safety Pins 1 dozen pips to the card sizes 2s and 3s Would sell readily for 5e per card Sale prkO per cardBanner Safety Pins 1 dozen to the card a big at 5c per card Sale price per card24cperfectOnb lot of first quality brass pips full pnpurSuloB y Elite Black or Tan Shoo Polish a combination polish with bottle of liquid mid box of paste Put up in Gaston I AlOe seller Sale prico7cWhit- cmoros Gilt Edge Shoo Polish yerybestpricotl0cOnoButtons assorted sizes Would sell read pordozellOno lot of pure White Pearl Buttons perfect shape 1ou cant buy any better perdozen 4c pno lot of Fish Eye Pearl Buttons 20 lino size a ready sellerat 10e lor dozen Sale price 5c per dozen One lot of Childrens fancy hordered- Haadkerchies you wouldnt object td paying 5c for thom Sale price each3c Ono lot of Ladies White Handkerchiefs chemicalembroidered figures and 1riceeachlinonHnndkercillefs each be DepartmentEven Ladieshead profit EllPI BARNES BROSI Ii BEAVERDAMKYI I r- y I k vYa y r 4r