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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I 1 ndr r tJ I t f ij c r Flne Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THI PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL4X HAl TFOnDt OHIO CoUNTY Ky FRIDAY JULY 77 J 10081o 52- I OHIO COUNTY REDISTRICTED Into Educationial and Subdis tricts bY County Board t- One IIuncireci and nine Subdistricts =Election In Each for one Trustee liug f On Monday uJly 13 1909 the SUIt1 jf Shoolsot Ohio County James M- DeVeese county Judge 1VL r- tor and County Attorney E M Wood ward met at the orrle of the Supt- of schools at the Court House lit liar- iotd Ky pursuant to the call of the Shpt for the purpose of redlstrlcI ti- The ng the schools of Ohio county Board organized by electing J xDeWees Chairman and E M Woodward Secretary Moved that the county be divided Into six education al divisions motion unanimously adop ted and thereupon the board proceeded to allot these educational divisions Into subdlslrlcts as followsIEDUCATIONAL I Old No Name Subdistrict No lO5Lawsonpl65Chapman 2 o6Crowe 3 49Dulord 4 123New Nocreek 5 54Nocreek 6 lOODeda 7 63Alexander 8 12SarvlsHIl1 9 109 2DDartlett arnetls Creek consolldated 10 91 4GWeslerfleld King conso lIdated 11 57Crane Pond 1- 2o8Moseley 1 l2Vashlngton 14 48Clear Run 1- 667Mt Morlah 16 78Dehnont 17 45Greer 18 EDUOATIONAL DIVISION NO 21 Old No Name Subdistrict No- 83Taylorfteld 1 111lag1I1 Sugar Grote new dis trIct 2- S0 S4Durke neanfleld consoll dated 3 7GAetnallle 4 24MUIer 5 43Sourwood 6- 12Haynesville 7 95Reynolds S 59FrIendship 9 77Clarke 10 93HIghland 11 9Jones A 12 112 62Poplar Grove Gum SprIngs consolldated 13 117Loyd 14 34TrIsler 15 71Shrevo 16 l03Pleasant Walk 17 EDUOA1IONAL DIVISION No 3 Old No Name Subdistrict No 121 37Tanglowood Beech Val1 ley consolidated ll- 47Basham 2 33Narrows 3 44Hlckory Grove 4 35Davldson Station 7 G 122Dundee s 6 73New Ilamus 7 98Sunnydale s83- Palo 9 91 4Jingo Sulphur Sprlags I solldated 1 10 7Dul 11 5Olaton 12 9DVblte Oak 13 94Wilson 14 92Shroader I 15 5oncord 16 2Vlctory 17 G6Edwards 18 SRlcketts 1- 920Almshouse20EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO4 I Old No Name Subdistrict No 63AtlQch 1 69Arnold29C9Cave 27DalZetown 4 89Select 6 107No 107 6 23Horse Branch 7 12DDers 8 32Leach 9 IOSHopewell 1f 10 31Sallm f 11 3DRosine f r12 114 = Vlne Hut 13 29Mt Pleasant 14- 38Daugherty 1- 536Sugar Grove 16 yld28Vine Grove Hickory Rob Roy t P 1 1- 36Excelsior I is i- 116Hortoa h 19 26Oak Grovb- EDUDAT1ONAL u d to r 20 DIVISION06 J Old No I Name Subdistrict No C I 3 s- y fit ljtt S ff j K 79Cronhvell 1 1 11Union 2- I 2iCoopcroo i 61Prentlss 110East Beatles Dame ISSTaylor Mines t- i104 tOl8 Sulphur Springs 7 16 85Maxey R Snultztown con s sohdated65Independence 22Tayortown t u 7DOakland 1- 99Jubilee t- 119No t19 1- 310GlcHenr yaI tlGIi 77Elmwood 17 IDGoshen 1- 121Cool Springs 19 EDUCATIONAl DIVISION NO6 Old No Name Subdistrict No 74Central Grove t64Stony Point ISHigh View 1 81PInk Hall 113Smoky 16Ceralvo 6 87lUckory Ridge- 17Centertown T 8- 11JRough River 9- 72VaUons Creek 10 13Upper Point 11 oLowerPolnt it- 1iCoffman 1- 114Brown 8 14 16 6SHunter Bend consoltda i ted 15- Jt appearing to the Board that cer plw Subdistrlcts are partly In Is and party In other counties the chairman of the Board Is directed to cJr respond with officers or such counties aid to continue such arrangement temporarily If agreeable with them I On motion the Hoard adJourned to the call of its chairman I JAMES M DEWEESE ChmnIE M WOODWARD Sec The new school law makes many and important changes chief or which I Is In the election duties and power ot trusteesUnder the new law a trustee lyil I be elected at the school house In each Subdlstrlt on the first Saturday In August The officers of such election will be appointed by the County Board of Election Commissioners but II the officers appointed fall to act the voters may on election day select another The ballot Is a secret one and boxes and ballots will be sUPPlied i by the Count Clerk to each SUMIS trlct Election notices and petitions have been mailed to every district Theso I petitions ben signed and properly lied with County Clerk will author Ize him to prlnt the candidates names on the ballots JAMES M DEWEESE S C St FULL PUBLICITY FOR PARTY FUND Republican Campaign Treasure Will Mike No Secretor where Money Comes From New York July 12Tlils campaig we hre going to know who furnlshos the money for conducting the mon star organizations of the big politlta parties Bryan suggested this some time ag- Ina oo message tQ Taft just prior t the adjournment of Congress urgin his assistance jn securing the passag- of the bill making compulsory tine pub llcity of campaIgn contributions Taft promptly responded that h had urged upon Senator Burrows ChaIrman of the Elections Committee that he use every possible InrJllence In passing the measure w Still the bill dldnt pass lowhpver George R Sheldon Treasurer Republican National Committee anticipates the Democrat on tjlelr own plank by declaring for the publicity of campaign contribu tions The Democratic organization will un- doubledly make early announcement to the same effect carrying out the spirit of their platform declaration Sheldon will have Lis headquarters 1tersState law requiring the pUblication of all campaign contributions The Democratic headquarters probably will be in Chicago There Is no such law ln llinois but the plan Isto make every dinspubljo anyway Sheldon says contributionss will bethandled directly through I tot W Jork e dq arlers therowill b J clty switching the tampalgnotferligs toOhtcago I I i J f MMti u fI tTt NO EXTRA powcDemocrats Blocked Temper ence Legislature and 11tt Gov Wiltson Refuses Request of Methodist Conference to Convene Body In Extra Session Lexington Ky July 13E E Evans secretary of the Lexington District Methodist conference which an7extrupass the County Unit Dill sIdetracked 4by the last Legislature has received a letter from Gov Willson declaring that the responsibility for the non passage of the bill was with the Democratic Senate and that the first thing he wound ask for In the event of calling an extra session would be A lair redistriCting bill which he says has been neglected for fifteen years The Governor says I shall give the matter the consl deration which the character ot the conference and the importance of the subject make Just and right I shall not undertake at present to call an extra session of the General Assembly for any purpose Several serious re quests have been made to me and It providetmoney for the expense ordered by the last General Assembly But I shall be very reluctant to call any special sec st0n Involving the expense which would be necessary when there Is already a great deficit In the State treasury Unless cIrcumstances should absolutely force such action I should not be willing to call an extra session to consider the measure gust to make u pollllcal polnt There can be nodoubt that the re sponslbllll for the defeat of the Count Unit litil rests upon the DemocratIc Senate which by a malorlty Inlie pendent of the three Republican votes so changed the rules as to defeat all chance of passing the County Unit lull at the last session I have not such confidence that n call would accomplish anything as to think It wound Justify Incurring the expenses Whenever I shall comp to decide fI utilly upon the question of calling a special session It will be my duty as tut officer to consider all the Iues lions which press for attention and decide how many of them ought to be brought up U a special session should be called rnd I have always Insisted earnest In order to have a true representation of the wishes of the people of Kentucky expressed through the General Assembly on the County Unit Bill or any other subject the lrst and Indispensable thing necessary was a nocordlngjtopostponed for nearly fifteen years maintaining a condition flagrantly un just and unfair I wish to say to everybody who demand un extra sea sion that the first object ot any call or any message shall be for a fair redistricting bill and alter that such ther measures as seem desired by a arge mayorlty of our people and are material to the welfare of intendgtimeeI to come In any event and the present inclination In Sny Judgement Is against Assemblyeexcept those required by the Constitution but the matter has not been fin ally decided and will be considered when the occasion seems toI meto make It my duty to consider It AUGUSTUS E WILL SON All Alongthe Line- The demand for revision Is a far reaching one but some who are join Ing In It apparently think that ItI will before to them istthat there Is no telling what the outcome will be The consumer who Is also a producer gets It IntoII ills head that the things he buys are too dear but It never ocCurs to him that same one mar think that the 01Is his labor too dearly But that is theI Inevitable result of the shearing I ess It any one thinks that revision I I sufficiently effective to let In plenty of foreign goods w111 not cause ase- rious redaction in wages heiynffatak beea case af revise 1 atpth Iinet and it isJobe hopedthat th country 0 t f 1I1 t F i wn be happySan Francisco Cbronl- clt f A Pleasant Surprise I The chIldren friends and neigh of Mrs H n Burch gave hm a surprise birthday dinii r last Friday Juiy 10 It being her nrtythlrd birth daY There were about seventy guests present Including her six chIldren who are Mr David DUIch of Shreve 11rs vttnnie Faught Mrs Maggie Ford 011FrJedaland scrIedyoung people assembled In the ele gant parlor where they rendered some bequtlCUI vocal music About four oclock the crowd be gan to disperse all expressing themselves nil having had a most delightful manyohappy returns of the day One who was present I SNAKE STORY PERGIPI i TATES FiSH VARIETY JH ThomasHanJs us One of thet Fishiest FlshStories I Yet I i Editors RepublicanI was pro foundiy and absorbingly interested In Ur Wndell snake story that all geared In your paper last week I was pleased to see the truth stranger than fiction adage demonstrated with a cloud of witnesses be cause It llrepares the public credulity for the reception ot niy fish story whch on account of Its unusual un paralled and overwhelming strang ness I have delayed reporting Ult- tII It could be preceded by some well lnthenllcated mlndlltaggerlng nature story I shotid still hesitate to hazard my reputation for veracity by reporting such au uuparallctl occur rene but for the fact that I can refer doubiliug Thomases to such wellknown witnesses ns Eugene Kirby Dud Fen tress Jack Walker and Reuben Wright The stray as I TololiI down In the afternoon of the most exciting day ever experienced by Narrows peoplo Is as follows This liar been a red letter dry In Narrows n 11I1hralsln- gnelewlecklng wonturexcltlllg day The unthinkable the unbehevable the unnatural has huppend 1 nmnuster whose proper habitat Is the colt debths ot the Sea hay horn discovered In placid old Hough river But In the interest of history I dOIII The motistrotis creature was discovered lying on n low batik of thin river by some boys who fled lit once for the- village excitedly describing the great Saurian as being larger and longer than a freight traii Its eyes they declared were larger than circular saws and Its mouth they described us look Ing much like the opening of a tunnel Its lower jaw was studded with heavy blunt teeth resembling stumps In a clearing and its upper fangs ot which It had a double row were like scythe blades When disturbed by the boys the great amphibian plung ed Into the river and the water diS placed by Its callosal body overflowed hundreds of acres of adjacent low i lands doing Immense damage to grow Ing crops and drowned great numbers of valuable stock The shaking of the earth when the monster puinged Into the river attend ed by the sudden outflow of water gave rice to the apprehension that some powerful selsmatJc disturbance was taking place and many nervous I people expressed the fear that the end I of the world was at hand Rut the more courageous of the population In eluding myself rushed out to the I seat of violence but It was an hour and twentS six minutes before the wnlersw ore calm enough to allow us t Thethreatj deepwater but n rhythmic ebb and I flow of the water caused by the mon sters heartbeats showed plainly Its hiding place After a ctxcference of the bravest of us It was decided that I dynamite would be the most effective jmeailsot exterminating the threatening monster Accordingly a ton of llroIf dry Thee drouthy crops for fIve tulles around bountltully IrrIgated and New Orleans papgrs report a dead sea serpent ot gigasltic proportions floating In the Gulf of MexicoIyours for fi tJ H THOMAS w- ra I + 4- Y I HOE WAREHOUSE BALKS On the New Green River Association I ir Elect Directors But Turn Down The New Association The Owensboro Inquirer leis the following report of a meeting or the Stcokholders of the Horne Ware house Co which wl11 be or Intrest to all Equity people of Ohio County The Home Warehouse Company held a stockholders meeting thlll aft ernoon at the courthouse J D Jet frey secretary About 100 stoekhold Irs were In attendance They were chiefly from those sections of the county In which the farmers are oppo sed to the new tobacco association and they opposed everything looking to consolidation Henry Derry president of the Green River Tobacco Growers association addressed the meeting He spoke along the lines of harmony and unit and of the dllferent tobacco association getting together He also reported from the Bowling Green meeting or tobacco men recently held for the pur pose ot deciding as to the necessity of keeping up a general national tobac co organization He said It was unanimously agreed that there should be a national association In con cluding he pleaded with the house warehouse men to buck lip the new tobacco association S 1 Ilurns asked If he thought planters would he allowed to sell their leaf from the wagon this fall He answered that he thought there would be no trouble at all this fallIEnrison Shaw asked it lie did not think there would again be trouble over the grading of the tobacco Mr Derry answered that ho did not think so He thought all would be sall- lactor11 only the tobacco were all gotten In one pool Give us the tobacco and let us have time people be lmhml us and we will grade the tobacco to suit you and It will have to suit the buyers said Mr Berry h conclusion hUll he was hearCy t plaudedJ hay said he was for unly a single 1001 hut lit thouglm home warehouse company was Left asked to give up too touch Hn hdj- 0lncd all turut ulganlzaloml hot j the home varohousc toupinny xri down he was going to go down with ii Ho would jolt no more now asso- clatlons J F liar and J Y Howard op posed union and told why Crawford Fields made a strong plea for a trial of the new organization L N Burns H G Overstreet and G W Welsh were named as II committee to count the vote for directors Alter considerable delay they report ed the following elected H Wil- lioyte Price Heard Emison Shaw W S Ruby J D Jeffrey lien Hueb ner A Hunt V Notice I have impounded at the Mellenry barn In Hartford the following stock which was found rttmning at large it violation of lane JoIe black shois with few red spots will weigh about 75 pounds each Markel underslop In left ear W M HUfSO M T 1f FOR THE BUSY RFADEIt Four New Jersey boys died Moira day of lockjaw due to accidents on the Fourth of July Dr BonJamin Letcher former superintendent of the Western Kentucky Asylum for the Insane died lit lien dersou Monday- S Frank H Hitchcock chairman of the Republican National Committee has selected headquarters is the Motropol- Itan building lu New YOlk Honolulu has completed all arrangements for the entertainment of the Atlantic battleship fleet and awaits the coming ot the ships with the greatest Interest Proceedings In Harry K Thaws all phication for a jury trial to determine his menal condition has been contlnu ed until the Septentbee term of the Supreme Court of Inchesteh county SS The San Tn into National Forest it California will hereafter bt known ns the Cleveland National Forest It has PresidentIdent under whose administration the first national forests were created Reasonable and Fair the declaration In regard to IPerhaps Is second to no other paragraph of the platform Pledging the Presidential nominee as soon as j he becomes President to call a special i session of Congress for the purdose of revising the rarlrt It proceeds to idecla e In delhiite amid unequivocal tennis how that revision shall be done The drrCIfIICCIl between the cost o- PloductJolI at home and abroad with II reasonable profit Is to be time meas ure In determining how high the Tar III Is to be fixed for each article en umerated amid this will satisfy the manufacturer the workingman and time flimlCrs of the country for It Insures the home markets to home manu IMlurers and producers guarantees good wages and at the same time and what Is highlY important pledges to give the Protected interest only a reasonable profit The Tariff has been crltlclsed mainly because It Is alleged that some Prrtected lnterestts have been able to secure more than a reason able profit Even If that has been the case the platform adopted at Chicago pledges that only a reasonable profit shall be provided by the Tariff schedules Xo falrmlnded man should ask less and no honest man demand more rCALL FOR MEETING OF i TOBACCO ASSOCIATIONS I Will be Neld In Bowling Green on August 20To Prepare Constitution I Bowling Green Ky July JJIn a cotejveutioniron the followIng minuted tobacco this Whets viz Burley district howling Green lllahlet old and new Green River districts Henderson Stemming dlstrkt and limo Dark Protective dis trlet the following resolution waS unanlmnoasly ttdoptwl Whereas wo are of the opinion that touch good may result both In a social and financial way by the orgnnlzlitlons which now or whIch tinny hereafter exist rhercrore he It resolved that the question of n union of the various or ganlzallons hc submitted to the va rious tobacco organizations through their several boards ot control decide on a union then him such case the said boards shall each appoint two delegates to meet in convention constitutional which shall be held In the city of Itow9lmig Breen Ky on Thursday August 20 IJOS at 10 a m- That a constitution should ho pre pavtl by said dele atf1i and suhmlt- l ted to time several boards of contrq 01 the various organizations for ratification j and should said boards ratify said proposed constitutIon the union shall be PCrfCCted as set forth In said constitution Now In view of the foregoing resolution wo urge that each of the several above named districts will act promptly and be represented by delegates as above indicated and we also urge that nil who feel Interested III this inuportunt work attend this convention Fl I D1VINPORT GrowersIS n ROBERTSON Acting Secretary 1 T MemoryI ot little Roswell Park Infant son of Dr and Mrs A D Park of Rockport Ky passed away front our midst Saturday July 11th of Purpura after alt ill ness of only a few days The remains were laId to rest In the family bury Ing ground Sunday afternoon attend ed by II large crowd of friends anti relatives To the dear lather and mother we will say weep not for Roswell Is safe In the arms of Jesus and we can aU meet hIm there If we will only accept Jesus as our Savior i The Lords blessings be with us- all Is our prayer Truly RICHARD SNEDDON Rqport Ky I i 1 1A 1 Y t r 1 i TI I E P BARNES BROS1 t f i i 17 oil t PROFIT SHARING SALE t Notice Specialties for Each Day of the Third Week of This Great Bargain Distribution Monday July 27th= ==Mens Hats 20 per cent off S Tuesday July 28th== =Suspenders 20 per cent off Ji IBeaver Dam w Kentucky = I BRYAN AND KERN NOMINATED This is The Ticket Named by The Democrats Nebraska Sage Nomnlateci Amidst Scenes of Greatest Enthusiasum Last Act Naming of Kern William Jennngs Bryan of Nebraska was nominated for the third time rot i the office of president of the Unit ed States at Denver last Friday morn thug hy the Democratic national cot ventlon amid scenes of frenzied en thuslasm The result came after an allnight session which was kept In a constant state ot turmoil up to the culminating moment when the Nebraska leader waS proclaimed the choice ot the convention as the Democratic standard bearer The nomination was made on the I first and only ballot the vote stand Ing William J Bryan 891 Goer nor John A Johnson 46 Judge George Cray 591 The announcement of the vote was the signal for a wild demonstration When for a moment order could be secure out of this tempestuous chaos of I1lJmonltratlon state after state which had at first recorded Its vote for Johnson or Gray fell Into line with the overmastering column and the nomination was nnadc unanimous and by acclamation The taking of the vote had been I followAd with breathless Interest as state after state swelled the Bryan strength When New York was reached In the call of stats the announce ment of Chief Murphy Seventyeight votes for Ilryan brought out a wild outburst of enthusiastic approval which for a time compelled the sus- senslon of the roll call A further Clay was caused hr a demand for II oil of tho New York delegation On delerer years ago remained silent but the en tire i8 votes ot the delegation were cast for Bryan under the unit rule Penn yivania was similarly called after sharp dJgreOll1ont within tile delegation and tj10 vote of Pennsyl- ranla fi8 finally east was dhldc1IAt the final session Friday of the Democratic convention lion John W Kern ot lndluna was nomlnaUed fork vico president by acclamation Ills uaule was presented to the convention hy Delegate Marshal and was lIecondI ed by a host of delegates Including Governor IoU ol Missouri Charles A Towne of Now York Clark How ell or Georgia and Archibald McNelll ol Connecticut wore also placed la nomination p Asyttne call of states proceeded It soon became evident that the India a 1Lman would land The names v f- I t I 1 Towne Howell atlll McNeill were withdrawn and Kern was nominated- I by acclamation The Act of Dying The more ultimate proeoss ot dyln may be a relatlvoly easy matter Any person who has been long ill probably- suffers more on any given day ot lsi- I life than he will suffer in the act o- departhtg from his body It 1 probable that a broken bone J delirious fever a disordered vital organ may cause more anguish than the flu al struggle I have my doubts wdtetlt er the last pane is as bad as It seems We are told by surgeous that ehtoro formed patients may giro apparent evidence ot acute agonies which rtlney do not feel death itself Is often an anaesthetic so merciful that what people call living trouble Is obviously a worse matter I for Instance who have never fain ted and never been anaesthetized In my life have tunes become Irons Serious causes unconSCious ton a short time and I have often wished that f could make over to some recoiling soul whose name has been heard bringing upon the last roll call the unspeakable comfort which that brief exper1euce has given me There was no pang no terror no time no otsance for eith er One seemed to slide gently and swiftly down a warm abyss flower scented grnssgroWI safe and bene flcent Into unutterable content One melted Into peace One drifted Into ecstasy beside which the deepest joys of consciousness are poor pate things It one In truth should evade the body in such a moment death would stand chosen as the supreme delight ot Jl- vIngI1arpers Bazar BRYAN TIGKET DESERTED DY OEM IN CONGRESS Member From New Jersey Says He Will Support and Work for Taft New York July lOBngene W Leake Democratic member ot Congress for the Sixth District of New Jersey wrote today to WlllIalll II Tart announcing that ho would votn for Mr Taft and offering his services to the Republican nominee during tho coming campaign Mr lcalcclI letter follows My Dear Mr TaftI cannot subscribe either to the candidate or the platform ot the Denver convention The conservative citizens of this country who are neither reactionary nor the representatives ot predatory wealth or special Interests but who desire a rigid enforcement to the law with equal justice must look to you for Protection against the ware ot radicalism and class prejudicq which will follow the Denver convention You will have my vote on elec tion day and U during the campaign my services will beot any value to your National Committee I will cheerfully tender thcmI Wednesday July 29th = = = Dress Goods 20 per cent off Thursday July 30th= = Corsets 20 per cent off MGLEAN A S E- HOLD ALOOF- L Union Decides to Pool Tobacc OwnsOrganizations i The McLean county union A S of E met In regular session at Calhoou Ky on July i The house was call ed to order at 10 oclock by Presi dent S B Robertson On motion the following cOlllmlttee- on credentials was appointed R C Easton J R Bland and A Corey The local representation was based upon its pall tit membership whlcl deprived several locals from partlei pacing In the meeting Twelve locals were represented by 36 delegates The minutes ot the last rgular meeting and ot the called sesslo were read and approved On motion the chairman appointed the following ct mmlttee on resolutions E D Mc Euen Hi C Easton J R Island P H Mullen and A Mackey The committee on resolutions made the following report 1 We reaffirm our allegiance to the great prlnclilies ot the A S ot E Wedeelare them to be the fundamental principles upon which rest the ad vancement In prices ot agricultural products 2 We view with alarm a division of our people over the plan ot Reel Ing the tobacco crop ot 1DOS It Is evident to your committee that all growers ot tobacco In McLean county will sign neither pledge A common Interest suggests concerted action and control of all tobacco In the county by some committee We therefore recommend that a pooling pledge be prepared and circulated for those who wish to ilool under the control of a committee under the jurisdiction of the A S ot E and we further recommend that the chairman or the county union appoint a cmmlttee too prepare same pledge 3 Your committee on resolutions takes opportunity to express the hope that nil committees having control of tobacco In McLean county will confer withinIlour 4 We your committee realizing the indifference ot many of our tobacco growers In the nonpayment of dues and also In the work apd husl ness ot the wganlzntlon do recom= mend that thlf body act as missionary- 1n behalf or the society to secure the payment ot dues and the performance duties as members The resolutions were all adopted as reads The chairman retained or appointed the committee on resolutions to prepare a special pledge according too the resolutions Mr tcFuen declined to serve on this conmifltee- Mr W Dlbh was elected delegate to the national meeting of the A Sot g The county union adjourned to meet the first Tuesday In October J W GARST County Secretary IivIa Ky The Oklahoma Way The following report on an Oklahoma bank failure shows the way they do things In that commonwealth The International Hank of Coal gate was reported to the bank commissioner by one of his examiners a few days ago for violating the bank- Ing alw ot the state particularly In fromnthe depositors money The bank commissioner at once visited the bank In presou and round that the total deposis were about 37000 ot which the president L A Conners owned over 6000 and the cashier L Elzey owned over 4OOoln ytlner words about thirty per cent ot the deposits had been borrowed by the two managing officers The bank commissioner de manded that they Immediately replace the money They tailed to do so He closed the bank at 216 Thursday evening telephoned the state banking board received instructions to Immediately proceed to pay all all proval delroslts In fortytwo minutes from the closing ot the bank the bank commissioner was ready to bray approved deposits Dv Friday evening sixty per cent ot the depositors had appeared proved their money Dy the end of the second day ninety percent ot aU deposits had been paid A few depositors who live In the country dont seem to be In any hurry about drawing their deposits One farmer Is reported as answering over the rural telephone that he Is too busy to come niter his money but will want It In a week or so In the meantime loth the president and the cashier hae been ar re ted for the vIolation pt the state banking law and are held under a heavy bond There will probably be no loss to the stato guaranty fund and no assessment required on other banks Liquidation will likely reimburse the state fund within thirty days The loss will probably not exceed the c- of apital stock IJI 31st Underwear 20Friday July = = per cent off- Saturday August 1stShirts 20 per cent off NEGRO VICTIMS SUE ALLEGED NIGHT HIRERS Actions Flied In Federal Court For J5000 Damages Many Defendants Two suits have been riled In the Federal Court amounting to 76000 by Drowning S Hhzelip attorneys for negroes who were driven out of llirnn Ingham by night riders The number of defendants Is seventyfive and In cludes cItizens ot Lyon countyas well as alleeged night riders In Marshall county The suits required so many summonses that the supply of blanks was exhausted and n printing house received a hurT order to print them As soon as the summonses are completed Elwood Xeel Deputy United States Marshal will start out to serve the paller- sTheplalntltts are residents ot Illi nois and were run out ot Birming ham by the two raids In which John Scruggs an aged negro was kIlled It Is said that practically the sane evidence will be used In the trials that was offered In the nlhJt rider trials at Denton as Otis filch the confessed night rIder and star wllnes for the Commonwealth was In Paducah last week to give evidence It Is said that some ot the defendants In theI case are men ot means Many requests from Catarrh suffer res who use atomizers hate caused ustto put lip Liquid Cream balm a new and convenient form ot Elys Cream Balm the only remedy for Catarrh which ron always bo dellelded on In power to allay Inflammation to cleans the clogged alrllass3ges to promote tree natural breathing the two forms ot Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm Is sold by aU druggists for 76 cents Including spraying tube Mailed by Ely Dros 66 Warren Street New York i IF A Warm Prayer A white minister after comlscting- eervicts iu a colored church called on at oM ceacon ot the congreJuron to lead In prayer lie offered a most fervent appeal for the white preach er as follows Oh Lord glb him de eye of de eagle dat he may spy out sin afar off Put his hands to de gospel plow Tie his tongue to de line ob truth Nail his ear to de gospel pole Dow his head wa own twlx his knees in sonic lonesome dark and narrow valley char prayer Is much wanted to be made Xolnt him wid de kerosene lie of salvation and oh Lord literally sot him on fire OtA StORIA Boughtgutareo+ THL D FrZ ICIBdween Good and Poor Wages is Largely + i1 45I a Difference in Education I Hundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping Shorthand and Telegraphy and are now earning good salaries with the leading business concerns If you want a thorough preparation for business life attend II IIUSlrtESS COLLECIIVaSVILL A Modem School where business is I taught as it is practiced in tie best teachersSixty so andGIVING I r r ss- Duly DILAYW1ITRTsay J a J 74diaaJn4i j i Of1IYE Tnil Of THE COMMERCIgi BRANCfiiES NCLUDINd 7 E8R 7jy 1 Stn LESSONS INBOOXKEEPIN IY GEtADUAT S SECURE KS TA06UFS JOURADDREss 1OWLING GREEM UNIVfRSIY DCwt GR lH lSY f H riirlluLLLi TB BE Ji HABiT J People Coalcl Live As Wei 1 Without It J And II1AnycCllr Four to Five- HbiirsfrVSufflclently Lull a ib Sleep +After alicetl Is only a hibK There Is lotbJrgrb Provo that 11llI really need lU fa r miasAEJIsts- aid be other day Men first learned to sleep bectfiUo Avlic1 darkness caiue they liadnotblag the iodoiThrougIi the ngft3 licIrdUrcndavtB doing llce J wtefacde sleep a cuUoav a matter o course hut If men hrJ uviys lived ln p Irtnd of perpetual ligiJ and suit 1 Bhlae1 don t sippose vc would sleij ntall The famous lUventor backed up the l jI Idea by telling of a practical test It was his own ability to live with i little sleep As Is well known Mr Edison limits himself to four or five hours sleep lit the twirttyfour He said that he had not slept more than flveVhours In a night for forty years j In much of that Mme he averaged only four hours Nor was it the caw bf his wife which he mentioned Incl dentally Mrs Edison ho said sleeps only fivc hours hi a night and the ha bit seems to agree with her The test he described Involved nearly 100 men of average physique In Mr Edisons lab 1 oratory The test was made Mr Edison saldwhlle I was expermentinc with my assistants at Menlo rtirk I limited each man to four hours sleep In the I twentyfour They Kept Is up fur two i years It did not seem to hurt them Were the aided by hpewal diet or treatment to make up for the loss of sleep No except that there were four t f meals a day Instead of three Wo had breakfast dinner and supper In tho daytime as usual and an extra supper at midnight There was nothing pe culiar about the foal The meals consisted of meets vegetable broad and the rest which ordinary people eat Each matt was assigned to four hours In the twentyfour In which he was entitled to sleep When tine time came he went to our bunkhouse near the laboratory tumbled Into one of the bunks and was sound asleep In ft 0 moment He didnt get this Cull Aour hours either for we would call him a i trifle ahead of time I suppose he i 4slept three hours and 00 per cent of the last hour i Whit was the effect of cutting dpwn their sleep For the first week I or so It was hard very hard They would come back to yvork limp and heavyfcpted ther eyes sometimes looking as if they hud been drinking heavely The old habit of sleeping which men had followed for so many ages was telling on theme The habit i was hard to break but after the first week or so the reduction In their hours of sleep seemed To make no difference in their work or metal ca pacity Indeedthey gullied In agility They seemed to be lighter on their feetThere Is this significant point In such a test The men who slept four hours In the twentyfour had absolute rest only experiences a heavy feeling In the body but usually does not en joy absolute unconsciousness while asleep I remember the case of my wife fourAa wanted her full eight hours sleep In that eight hours she wduld dream She would wake up several tunes of a night Her rest was by no sienna com plate I persuaded her to give only four hours to sleep In the twntyfour She trained herself to do so Her rest became Intense absolute without dreams or moments of awakening Ever since she has allowed herself no more than five hours sleep In the twentyfour Does It hurt her Welltbls with a satisfied laughmy wife looks so young she might be her daughters sister Should It be put to a test Mr Edison continued I think you would find that If the time lost jn awaken lags and dreams were measured the person who thinks he is having his full eight hours of sleep Is not hav lug more than five or Six Persons ore lkelYtlsleel less as the number of lights increase and the things that can be done at night be come more numerous Take the modern city man for instance It Is quite the usual think for him to be awake ih until 1 oclock In the morning or later He IB up early die next morning and off to business Yet the city inns Is Just as healthy as a class as the man who lives in the country lancVbas man more hours iBleepf f l8lt not said that sleep IS required to restore the depletedtiasues of thehuman bodykCan you prove It Mr Edison reo r z iwr t r- i f Bad lptomr headIboforollierI pelvic region easily startled or excited Irrcjtitrftor painful pcriodswithorwith l out vie cat Is suffering from erangementsthatshouldhavo symptom a likely to bo present In any Clue at oelmeNcaloctod or badly treated and such casesXlften run Into maladies which dc man e surgeons knife if they do not reciAlfaiaHyedlcino cetera 1aoeh Ion m Tv IH n l 4 asfl r i c ttnn lo IIIId prfP tae such n sir t- p n r sl r 0 n lfnp 5wnrredlentsJillownwomans peculiar ailments cnt r Into Its orhabitformingeachbottlewrapixr systemDr effectIsitho whole fomn 0 anti especially prlvlc organs When are do ranpd In fupctlon or jilToclHl by disease digestionbecome ofbadmuch must not bo expected of this Fa performmiracless Iftakentable and the surgeons knits may be avoided Women suffering from diseases of long standing nrrrlnvlUHl to consult Doctor poudeilcIsPiercellulTalo pagesisstumpsfor piled I dont think wIIn Mr Editions opinion a careful diet was more important than sleep In preserving a mans strength and preventing the decay of old age Valued Same as Gold IJ G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Mfss says I tell my custo mers when they buy a box of Dr Kings owiICo Pills they get the worth of that notch gold In weight if afflicted with constipation malaria or biliousmss Sold under guarantee at all druggists 2iic m BULLETS Ify BRAIN BUT VICTIM MAY GET WELL Openings in Skull So Large That Contents Can Be Seen Plainly With two bullets in his brain one In his neck one in his right another In his left side and aholllderI from a bullet In his fae erts who was shot near last Wednesday by his soninlaw Jarvey UrOck continues to remain perfectly conscious and hits a possible change for recovery says the Shelby News ho does get wef It will caseslouBrock home to the resilIence of his brotherinlaw IL C NIcol In Prank fort last Friday where he Is receiv ing medical attention Three bullets took effect In Rob erts head Two of them penetrated the skull and entered the brain The openings made by the bullets were so large that the brain could be seen without any difficultly Both entered behind tho left car close to the base of the brain and the third took effect near the same place There is no paralysis and tho wounded man Is perfectly rational Ho told members of his family Saturday that he thought he would be out In a few days His temperature and pulse are said to be normal He has not suffered from hemorhnge such as usually follow Lfter such wotuid- sT1ietourthbullet took effect In Rob erts right shoulder blade and is sup posed tobe burled In the bone The fifth bullet entered the left side and Is only a flesh wound Tho sixth bul let must have struck him while he was lying on the floor for It struch his left eyelid breaking his glasses ripped the skin off his cheek and grazed his left breast Two pieces of glass were taken from his eye af ter the shooting While Roberts vitality Is remark able his condition is extremely crltl cal It Is not unlikely that an abcess ofIblood poisoning Jleports from his I bedside are to the effect that he Is I resting easy and feels sure he will re I cover His case Is being watched with t great Interest especially by physi clans s A California Lyck The luckiest day of my life was I 1tarbox of Bucklens Ar nl aSa1yoIwrllesCbarles EBudahn rwo75cbolte9Iring s me rs that yielded to no other i treatment Sold under guarantee at alt drugglsstB m I IYJiI 11PRISONERS j BUILD ROADS I j Panama Using Convict Labor HighwaysI I Are Doing Great Public SeryiC By Opening by Interior Of Country 1 r A good roads movement has nidteX al zed on toIle Isthmus of Panama de cording to Information given out by the War Department The department announces that ivIMiin a reasonifc short time the canal zone will lie equipped with highways Us good as any In this country But more Inlerestfnk than this titer Is the means by which the system of highways fs being secured Irfe till being done by means of convict labor These prtSdneis averaging about 150- in nunibeivare divided irate tho long term men oMfelons and the short tent men of those Imprisoned for misde meanors The glen Is practically a reproduction of that which Is now In effect in many of theStates of the Union and it was put Into i emit Union and It was put Into effect In Panama the department reports for three reasons as follows The improvement of the condition of the prisoners the opening tip to development of the fefUle vnlleyw of the canal zone and torejinlmrae the government for maintaining Its penal system on the isthmus v All these ends have served and the practice of using convict labor for road buildings has passed the expert mental stage The prisoners art putt to work on the roads In groups of fifty and are provided with a portable camp con lbt of a big wooden building which has fifty bunks and which Is built lit sections so that It can be togetheragaina high barbedwire fence The road building Is done on a pretentious scale For Instance ithe high way now being built trout Mount Hope i to Gattin is twenty feet wide and seven miles long Six or seven other roads have either been completed or are now building They are all Inten uptheof every available piece cf land In the canal zone Time most gratifying tilling to till Will Department fs tfiat the Division of Municipal Engineering on the lhmils rejxms that the value lthe work damp by tfie eduvlvitu Is far grew er than tho cost of malntfItWn Siom while they are serving their Sjcjiitenci The force goes Its own cares for the sanatlon of theVainp and moves the camp whenever that i necessary j to that the only cost of maintaining he workmen 1s the food osrand the slight cost of maintain Jng the guards vho keep them at word The Worlds Best ClimateI is not entirely free from dieease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less extent overcomeIclimiite I and general debility nefs the most effec tive remedy Is Electric Bitters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote or every form of body weak ness nervousness and Insomnia Sold under guarantee at all druggists Price DOc in Perrlwinkles I have less respect for a demagog than any of the human gpocles A i common liar can do jut little harm A thief steals property only A murderer may take but one life but the demageg combines the bad qualities of all three He it a chronic liar He is consetoueless will smirch the character and steal the good name of the best citizen He promotes dissension and bad feeling that lead to murder The demagog Is not confined to any particular party or class Usually he Is gifted with gab but has little sense maid no principle He may be a writer or an actor Ho is the man whose influence is always for bad and never for the good May the good Lord deliver us from the dema KOg From my earliest recollection I was intensely opposed to human slavery When the Civil War came on I entered the Federal army with the idea that slavery would be abol ished I then saw the curse of slavery from bill one sldexthaV of the negro i rejoice that the negro is free but th renre 6ther tildes to the question Upon the whole the Africa race has been benefited by being broUghtto this country Amen can negroes of today are superior to those In Africa or Iff any other country The final curse oif slavery came on the white people that owned the slavery It precipitated fc war In which 1 they were nod only conquered but Impoverished Under tndoid regime the slat ES did all the Work and the white chlldrengrerenp taiga false desBy JlIall It was considered a JUgrae for a white gentleman to labor to- a itclds or for a wtkI lcdy o Perform common hoit hold work hear false ideas still prevail to Koine extent In so tar an develop i nient Is concerned the curse of sla- veryi was on the Caucasian not ont I I the Afrcan Sun Sentinel j J100Reward100 t 10 rcadara of this paper will be liMMd to lo rn teat there is at least iutbeen ablo to euro in all Its stages and I beat Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive cure now known I to the medical fraternity Catarrh qe t 1 fug u constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halts naItj ciiia surfaces of the system thereby j destroying the foundation of the dls ease and giving time patient sstrength t by building up the constitution mid j assisting nature in doing its work Time proprietors have so much faith in j offerOieit falls to cure Send for list of tes I Unionises j Address P J CHENEY c CO To ledo O j Tike Halls Family Pls for con sipatlon m j TilE NEW KENTUCKY i SCHOOL LAW I I Which Went Into Effect June J5th Last Is Not Opperative This Year The new school law adopts by th- oIlht session of tho Lnglilature changes thin entire aducafJonal sys of Kentucky It behooves trustee and every citizen who Is eoryII ested In education tai supply I with a espy of the new less I thoroughly and make himself familiar wih its numoroiii provisloni- 1iider the law the ooutuy consti jttues a single school dUtric anti the county judge county school aupurin ton dent and county attorney are con Kiiuitetl a coiuniliiHtan to divide the county Into not leaf flan four und I no more than eight educaUonnl dl Ahlune The law wont into effect June ir but dben not affect the schools tauJht111l11hlcommission above referrod I try has laid theI oulltyoft into edutsi tlonal dhTdonslt will subdivide said divisions into s3hool districts hleh- dlaIlcts must contain nor less than I forty children of school age are nol more than a hundrud a On the Viral Saturdsy 1nI Angus an oleotlon must be held In each districtfor Inotrusce rite trustees must bo nominated by tii pfMilon ort least ten perton In IIislOol district who are eligible tovoie TIle ulojtiqli shall ho by ballots whlcr are to be prepared and furnUhed by the I county court clerk uid paid tor by the fiscal court of eaoii county The of fleers of election for each school dill trict shall bo a clerk and two Judges who shall bo appointed by the regu lan election coinmiaiioner s uf the t county Tho new lay does not interfere In I any way wlili time high schools of the county which are already established The following Is a brief summary of the law whoe provisions must be at once compiled with The law went Ino offset Juno IS 190S The county is to he divided In to educational divisions before July 15 190S each sliool eubdlifiUct elects one trustee on the first aimii August the dlraiou boat is ol anlztI elecliI first meeting of the county board of I education Is held time first Saturday In September IOCS It will be seen that tiie school sea lion of 1JOSD will not be directed by the new law A bulletin will short ly be Issued giving detailed informs lion and suggestions cencernlng time oppemtlon of this law I j IalltThere IB lots of fun in doing the I things you dont have to doiAlways meet people with a smlle If Its your turn to treat I I The less famous a man Is the easier I It is for him to dodge his creditors I Dont expect the preacher to make ge dfor the entire congregation I I Riches have wings but provrteyH- ammitt =eo the poor are always with I usvVv I A girls Idea of a beau IB a young manshedoesnt want any tither girt I It I0f1ves n5a poliehnad gets l usyn1tIii the dark tsideofiite J oioo 1 r The Kind You Havo Always Bought anti which has beet in use for ocr 30 years has borne tIle signature of 1 mill lias been niado under his per lff sonal supervision sinco its hilUncy I Allow no to deceive on In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoodare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health oP Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Ls a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Sootttiiig Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Karcotle substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys AVornin and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoja and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS SJ Bearo the Signature ofi1I- O IT 4 s I KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years YHC CriTMm COUMNV TT MIHIUY CTKtCT PCWYCPPCTY lFitit UI1 IiE 1 OUR CLUBBING RATES Tin REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 13r THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal lEO THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17f THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm i2r THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week wensboro Inquirer l7fi THE REPUBLICAN and Daily wensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17 5 TUB REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 TIm REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THK RKPIUJLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN hSJIc Y W W1V W G 7iKN oaWaAavaK itnC Of Honest Business Reputation j is Back of Ev- eryMOUMET i u SOlD BY UShWlJ 6EOIP1ISCllEL SONS a C0 =PROPRIETORe= b I Owensboro Monumental Works fj 412414 EMnltiSt Yards 214216218 Cloy St fc 8 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY lt iso fi Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You Money on All Good Honest Wont i c r0rri raGrir rYYrc roro r is ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place Wo placeIthe nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean la dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way A CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH DpntForget the Placej THE PANTfO R U M1 WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop I 4s4 v Hartford Republican 1 c M BARN ETT l EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS c E SMITH TFL =PSiOiSFt3- Ou i blln6 9O- Jiotxgh isivr 3a FRIDAY JULY 17 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Pressdent HON WILLIA st H TAFT of Ohio For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W GADDIE- of La Rue County TWENTY YEARSfThis Issue rounds out twenty years for The Republican Twenty years It continuous weekly visits to our readers through Bunshlne andshadow Start- Ing In a small room not more tha U fifty feet from our present saclo sand elegant quarters over Handy corner grocery In the Nall prope ty this paper was less than half Ifs present size and printed on a Washln ton hand press The entire outfit coul have been loaded on a one horse wag on It has required hard work to place It where It Is at the end of twenty years The writer was with it at the beginning and knows something of the hardships which were encoun tered In the effort to make a Republi an paper live In the then rock ribbe I Democratic county of Ohio There had been two failures In efforts to establish Republican journals here The Ohio County News and The Ken lucky Progress had both disappointed the Republican leaders and lhel r subscribers through early death and it was freely predicted that The Re publican would soon follow them to the newspaper grave yard This made It all the more difficult for those who had the early management Nf tire en lredICItlonswork and loyalty of our many Republican friends throughout the county It was not long before the Dem ocratlc business men found that It was to their Interest to patronize It and that It was An Institution which deserved to be maintained because it was a distinct benefit to our county Among those who have been connect ed with the paper we mention I E McClure Joe D Rogers S A Anderson Fon and Lon Rogers J H Thomas Jamse M DeWelse and C E Smith From the lowly beginning under the management of those mentioned above and Its present owners and managers the plant has grown until It Is second to none West of Louis vllie as a country weekly We are thankful to all our old and new frlelll for past patronage and hope to merit their confidence and favor In the fu ture as In the past With malice toward none and charity for all here s for another twenty years run The Hartford Heralll says the Republican party leaders have been pal ling the trusts leg for 3000000 We do not know where The Herald got Its Information but we do knowI that Col Gutfey of the Co Issued a statement at Denver In which he asserted that he had been helping to finance the Bryan cam palgns for years Xo denial has ye been made to this charge nor have we yet heard of Mr Bryan returning the 25000 furnished to Nebraska by Ryan of New York Have we not told you time and again about your glass house The Democratic platform demand- free trade In timber It Is thought that this declaration will Insure the reelection of both Congressmen Bennett and Langley as the ninth largelY1dependent timber Free Trade would depreciate this timber to such an extent that the business would be ruined Mr Bryan has announced that ho will receive no contrIbution to hisI campaign In excess of 10000 from any one person This looks like be is goC Ing to buy the election Who but ai trust magnate could put up 100001 Why not limit It to one dollar for anyone person 7 I Mr Bryan knew then and knows I orporIatp tously to use our money to help hl t canvass Let him answer at his lets uTe And what foUowedCoI James 11 Guffey IIn reelecting Alvis S Bennett Sec for another term the Republican State Central Committee recog nlzed a faithful and efficient office who has proven true to every trust His services during the coming cam paign will be of the highest value to fhJsllnrtyItThehas decided not to accept more that 10000 contribution from anyone Iperson or firm What do Ohio county Democrats who believe In an untrammeled ballot wended by an unbought- I electorate think pt the restrIction I Republicans will notbereferred to nlggr lovers bY the Democrat Ins year The Indications are that are going to play the overt I the black vote In the coming campaign Through hlstrlead add maoagerbir iryanj not only accepted gratefui1y but beseechingly sought our old and de gays freely thousands and thou sand of dollarsCol James M Gut lter r tier etotore Democrats have been content with hot air from their newspapers Now they propose t had them up for CAmpaign eontrlbuI clots r Before calling aspeclal session ol- the legislature to enact the County Unit LaW enough Democratic Sen more names should be gotten to an agreement to vote for It Dispatches tell us that Taft went to church last Sunday with his wife Thats nothing the writer stayed hon and kept the children while his wife l went to church After reading our list story from Narrows the County officials will no doubt take prompt steps to stop tilt sale of blind tiger liquor In that localtr We are thankful that the convene lion stage Is over Now If we can only live through the notification of the nominees it one of the Tnrts or Ilryana sneezesJ In n peculiar manner we are solemnly sold about It through the Associatedn Press The 1Vatlerson Yoke le very galllug butda1 must wear ittThe best way Is riot to pile up a campaign fund then there will be no S demand for publicity COOL SPRINGS July 16School began Monday 13n with Miss Ula Dunn teacher of Mr James Burgess and wife were the guests ot Mr Joe P ere alld family Friday Mrs Carrie Jackson of New Mexico le vlsltlng her slater Mrs Fannie Neal ir Clarence Dennis and tamely were the gueSts of Mr BIrch Wilson leaf Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mollie lines and little daugh Iter called on Mrs Lava Dunn Thurs day Mrs Agnes Tate and son Thomas visited Mrs J W Shreve Sunday Misses Desle and Daisy Bryant were the guests of Misses Ethel and Ma mle Rogers Sunday night and Monday Mr Abe Ferguson awl family of da uhlenberg County visited Mr Wash Jonest Saturday and Mr James Fergu son Sunday Mss Jessie Wilson was the guests of her aunt Mrs Mantle Wilson Sat urday Mrs Catherine Carter of Centertown Je visiting her daughter Mrs Jfanda- Tiehenorb MlsY Ella Hudnall of Williams Mines le visiting her slater Mrs Kate Ferguson doss Ltzzle Wilson was the guest of her uncle Joe Wilson Saturday night and Mr SundaIIIfall 1Ir Clarence Dennis visited In But Monday and Tuesday Mrs Mary Drown and children have returned to their home In Owenshoro visitsIng her Mrs Agnes Tate this weeknlNotice There will be a call meting of ThaI INSaturdaybe held on the beaulrful Sugar Grove Hill If wither wilt permit It not In same will be held In Odd Fellows Hall Purpose of sold meeting will be- thnecolving report tOf standing committee appointed for the purpose ot securing suktable place of buslne for assocdatton Also other buelneae ot VII Importance will come before raid body Let aU concerned that can K and will help to bripg about lIons for which tbeae ntended attend Gtyea Land bids July 1811i08- B condo j Cw W Mulllkrn McHenry e t ta- tSMALLHOUS July 16 bliss Augusta Geiger C tertown was a guest of bUssE Hunter from Wednesday till unda Little Miss Mamie Helsley hower Iy Ky was the guest of her C1IlIln Miss Ntnah Bullock last week l J Mesdames Annie Crum6ecker Cen ttal City and Sam Darnard Madison vine were the guests of their par pts 11r and Mrs George W Darnhrd an d lira JC Bennett last week I C O Hunter went toCen recentlye- lClty tits Derry Bishop of South Carrot ton Ky spent last week Yth per mother Mrs Cordella Alldlngton Mrs P B Taylor and son maser weNre other relatives at Smalihous Frida night and Saturday hissers H C Crowder and Mar Baize spent a few days with their brothers H F Crowder and 0 C Cox recently + III Miss AUle Allen Clntertoitn I visiting her aunt Mrs Alva Calloway- eMr O C COx and wife are th proud parente of a fine girl born Jul 6th Misses Ellen and Fannie Lawrnce are the guests of Miss Maude Caflaw Mrs Charlie Overton and 1frs Caz Mason went to South Carrollton ree eerily IMr Tom Crowder gave an ice supper la honor of his brotheran friends who were visiting hIm Al- eport a good time Mr John Lewis and Son went toi Central City recently Messrs John Morton and Ed Hunts- went to Central City Tuesday Mr S E Hunter went to Ceral SaturdayMisses thel and Durnlce Hatcher- Centerto1n were the guests ot MIII8 Edith Curtis Friday night and Sat urdayMr Carl Ferguson Central City was a guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton several days recently Mr and Mrs John Staple and little daughter Isabel of Central Cltywer the guests of Mr Robert Hunter md- Camlly test Saturday and Sunday and returned home Monday morning they were accompanied to their home br- lIss Ethel Hunter and brother S E Hunter Mrs John W Baker and Mrs P ones Ceralco Mr and Mrs OH Kim bley neler Ky were at the picnic ear hero Saturday Mr ices Kirtley who has been In Florida for several months has returned to Smalihous Misses Oma Maddox Altha Adding on Augusta Geiger Messrs Jess Klrt ley Hollis Tichenor It T Snsddonj E Hunter and Miss Ethel Hunter attended the quarterly meeting at the PoInt Sunday Mr an Mrs Ersklne Futkeraan ear South Carrolltop were the guests their parents Mrand Mrs S T Hunter Saturday night and Sunday Miss Katie Hawkins Hartford Ky was la our midst Sunday and cornnten red a school at the Drown schoolhouse Monday Rev John Dllbro and wife of White Plains are visiting Mrs Cordella Ad ington bits Jennie Ross and other rekatlvea this week Mrs Cordella Addington Mr and Mrs Derry lllhop Mr and Mrs Herman Addington were the guests of Mr and Mrs Lee Addnnigtoa last Sunday near Klrtley SALEM July 14 Rev Goodman filled his regular appointment at this Place Sun Mr and Mrs G W Wilson and tami- ly of Olaton visited dire tit B WIl- son Saturday and Sunday Mrs M E Stewart and daughter vlsltted Mr end Mrs T A Ragland Sunday Mr and Mrs J S Huges visited MrI and Mrs T L Fought Sunday Mr Warren arid Ernest Daniel of Waxahahlc Texas are visiting rela thee In this neighborhood Mrs Oma liasham Is on the sick list this week Mrs Francis Ezell of Palo Is visit neighIborhood here with a prospect of a successful Hchool ARNOLD July 13The farmers of this corn munlty are aU through with their earn crops and are now busy In theta Messrs White Baize and Deck of IIaizetown Ky passed through our town Saturday evening enroute for Ky DranchIthis community this week Messrs Floyd Ament and Thomas mbrey and this wIves passed through is place Saturday enroute toC neyvllle Ky Mr Leslie Shultz began school here this morning wJth n fair attendance Mr Silas Renfrow of Rent row y passed here enroute to Neafus Saturday where he vlalledd his daughter Saturday and Sunday Phere was quite acrowd In attendance at Antioch Sunday tohwlI ro Lacellelda sermon Mr HomerLlkeos of near this plcer pajlrylng relatlyea 1n this community Myrtle Arnold silent Sundaf JMiss O II Howells Alford Stewart and family spent Sunday In Balzetown where 1r singjMr W F Keown and wife spent Sat- urdayI and Sunday at Mr Ed Han1es illllr Wllson of Horse Dmnch a flh itrill Into this com tmunfiy last Saturday Quite a number of the young pea pIe attended the Ice cream supper given by Robert R Beasley of near eNafus Saturday night All reports da nice timer Mrs N S Crabb who has been on the sick list Is out again- k F We are glad to report that Mr Ar char Gary who has typhoid foyer Is improving COatMente Soldiers Rennton The annual reunion of the Second Brigade Kentucky Division Un1be d- r Confederate Vttileraas will be held In- OWfnliboro on July 29 and 80 Tbe eonfed4ratfJ orgnnlzzfons of that city awl the people of Davfasa county generally are preparing to entertain not only the federal16 Veterans ehWr Sons and Datightersbut all the friends 1of the organization and the cause 1who can ascend The reunion proper be held at Hickman park In a magnificent grove The romp tires will be lighted at the Ddvlelb eoun corp to the n body of the reunion shJld the weatb er l1e unfavorable The trnnpporatlon commlttEepf nice E Graves camp has Iecurtd s race on all railroads of one and onIthird fake plus 25 cents for the round triP and a flat one and onethird fare rate on all setamboot Jines Tickets will be sold on July 29 and 30 and will tIe good for return until mid night of August 3- CLEAR RUNcJuly HCrops In this community are needing rain Thesurprise birthday dinner at Mr C M Newcoms Sunday was quite a success The dinner was given In honE or of Mr Newcoms 49th birthday He received several nice presents Those present were Messrs Willie Xewcom and family Mr J H Travis and family Frank HIcks and family James Bartlett and family Rev Dame wife and baby of Nocreel Mrs Altha Leisure James Leisure and family Mr Thomas Murray and Mother Mrs E H Murry Mr Harve Travis MIss Dora and Hattie Stewart Cassie c and Lou Hoover Mr L C Hoover and children Mr McClellon Mur ray and daughter Eva Mr Chester Stewart and Mrs A E Stewart All report a dellehtful time Messrs Clarence and Hardin Hoov er Shelby Park and Alvy Kirk of to this place visited Messrs OSby and Calvin Kirk Saturday and Sunday Mr McKellne Murray who was sick last week Is able tp be out again Mr J H Travis and slsterinlaw Miss Beatrice Newcom is visiting relatives at Render Mines Mr and Mrs Archie McCann visit ed Mr MCCanns parents near Laf Loon last Saturday and Sunday Miss Malinda Smith Taffy Is very iI ot fluxhMr Robert Rentrow and family near Hartford visited his sister Mrs L L- MNewcom of the Washington neighborhood last Saturday Rev Fuqua filled his appointment at Darnetts Creek Sunday Mr Scott Ambrose began his school at DarllEiHs Creek Monday Mr Robert Muffett Fordsvl11e visit ed Rev It E Fuqua Saturday and Sunday Quite n number of people attended the Ice cream supper at Mrs Cbs Whlttakera Saturday night All re port a good time Mrs J L Hoover visited Mrs McClellen Murray Saturday afternoon Miss Dora Hoover was the guests of MlssesCassle and Lou Hoover Saturday afternoon HERBERT July 13The farmers are very busy In their bay Mr Walter Skinners family visit MaldSkinnerHomer Mllllgans family returned i w homo with them Mr and Mrs Rowland of Synthls were the guests of Carl Floyds faml- b Saturday night and SUndaytMrs Jim Hillery son- Hawley have returned toOwensborot after several days stay hereh1ensboroMiller and Mr J B Chambers family Miss Mary Chambers entertained Thursday night lnhonor of her guests Misses EunIce Bruner Owensboro and Flora Simpson Whitesvllle- Mr I l t Henry Milligan wife anddaugh- ter a and Miss Mattle MllliganvlsltedI fa Whlteayllle8ynday v Miss RlItb LloYd Aetnavhle Is S- staying with her slater Mrs Arthur Ford Dlr Rod Whlttlagplll snit daughtorit Fordsv111e dined at J N Fords Saturday e Herbert Haynes Thrns was- fhcro from Saturday nlghtoUltrll Min day Misses Myrtle Burden and Mate Barnett visited Bliss Ella Gist Sa unlily night and attended i the lac cream supper at Knottslllc Mr Leonard Taylors family were the guest of his father Mr Pate Taylor Haynesville Sunday Mr and Mrs Grant lildklff adieu dad church at Oak Grove Sunday Mr nn4 Mrs Obe ilurdett and Itt tie daughters anti Mr and bits R lr hillier spent Sunday at Mr Oscar RICes if Miss Annie Belle Miller Owensboro- Is visiting Mrs John Khehdon Quite a number attended the party at 11 r Austin Crows Sauriay night Mr Arthur Durdett cut Jls food quite severely Saturday by stepping on a hoe Mrs Lott and son Haneockcounty are visiting her brother Mr John Druner iPOND RUi July 13Dear Editor As I here never seen anything from old Pond Run la your Valuable paper I thought I would write a few lines A large crowd attended the Ice cream supper at Mr Jft ulker8Dn s Saturday night all report a pleasant timo Btdway boys attended the bull game at Echols between second nine and first nine The first nine was badly beaten The first nine Is aim Ing to play Equality Saturday 18th We are thinking Echolswont score Mr and Mrs Will Pideock are visit Ing Will TomerHn The stork visited the home of WI1- 1Tomerlin on July 8th and left a fine boy Mother and baby doing nicely Father le all smiles Mr S n Shemwell and daughter Nannle are In our midst this week Mr Gus Veller and wife and three children of Indiana visited Mr Wilson Echols Tuesday and Wednesday Grace Drown of Echols Is visiting Maggie Tomerlln this week Mrs I S Mason and two children- of Beaver Dam are visiting her broth I D Crowe of Echols Mr Shelby Robinson Is real sick at this w riling II Notice The date for appointments to State College has been changed to July 2 J M DEIVEESE S C SoI WYSOXIJuly WEveryhody Is busy In this ommunity Mrs wm Campfieid le on the sick list Mr Dave England spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Joe Daen port Mr Rude and Pallas Davenport went Hartford to Mill Monday bir and Mrs Tom Widick went to Drakesboro Saturday to spend a few days with hIs brother and slater Mrs Rachel V Davenport and daughter Miss Pearl spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Elliot Williams and Mrs Emma Drown Miss Blanche Drown is having the chillsMr John Green who has been to Grayson for several weeks returned Saturday childrenr and Mrs John Green this weekJ School has begun at Cool Springs and la getting along nicely Miss Bessie and Daisy Bryant spent Monday night with Miss Pearl Daven portMr Chas Taylor of Greenville spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs Bennett returning home Sunday Miss Floy Maddox is visiting at lcHenryths week Mr Dick Green Is on the sick lIst ROSINE cCllI1munltyare I placelast vlsltIArtieMiss Alice Murphy of Olaton attended I Chlldreus day here last 11Littlecough at this School began at writingI Monday with MIss Crowder IIAunten at this writing Mr Tom Ragland went to Olaton I Miss Llzzetta Price has returned to lalouisiana IAIZETOWNI Stewart of Re closed a verysticCeseful sing lat echodh here rSupdaq There was large crowd present t Earnest SorrelgM whoa hasJl1lt ser ed a three year tertpl la thetU IrmratlFort Ca4gy Was lngt n wain J WkltrJmdaNOahe f xt g tkv e a 1aRobust neIttt Rvlual MRBTLYEBTEIUCSMITHRoom writes PMuna la the lJt trlad sick man can have A few months seo I came here fa a wretched condition Exposure and dampness had ruined my once robult health I had ca T It e II c k tarrhal affections of- Maes friend the bronchial tubM and fori time there was doubt Ito my recovery hMy good honellt old decor advised me to take Porous which I aid and ln- na short Limo my health began aIm prove very rapidly the bronchial trouble gradually dlllppMred and is three months my health was fully restored Accept a grateful mans thank fot his restoration to perfect health 1- Sounty Friday to help organize n Missionary Baptist church Mr O S White attended the W W lodge at Neafus Saturday night ProC L L Embry will commence his school at this place btonday July 20th H K James Is building R house for or Wm HaUcr of near Rosine Mrs S 11 James died at her home Select Saturday evening at three oclock of a complacitlon ot doseases Show as a goqd woman and liked by all who knew her Born to the wife of Arthur Deck July Gth a fine girl mother and baby doing well and Arthur Is all smiles The Infant child of Hardin Autry that has been very low with spinal trouble Is some betHel now Mrs J M Maize Is on the sIck list this Week Mrs Chas Hudson and daughter little MlsFloy of Broadway are visit log here this week A recruitIng officer of the U S Army was here today Notice To the grass and grain growers or Ohio county I am requested to calla meeting of the grass and graltigrow ers to meet at Union School Ilouse on Saturday July 25th at 1 p m the purpose ot setting price on same JOHN M SHULTZ JINGO July 13Mrs Alice Murphy Is on the sick list at thIs writing Mr J A Ballard Is comflned to his bed from Injuries received by ac cidently falling oft of a haystack t last Friday Dr McDowell Is treating Mrs Birch Monroe H M and O P Ashby Horton at attended prayer meeting here Saturday night Misses Gentle and hurtle Park Clear Run visited friends and relatives In the Concord Neighborhood Saturday and attended Sunday school at that place Sunday Concord Sunday School was represented at the convention at Beaver Dam the 8 by Supt Jerome Allen and ThomasMr J Y Hegerman took a load ot nighttoy church Composed of MlllscsOlllo MaggIeJonesand Mrs A D Powers George Cx Arthur York Ernest qrrls Ira and Ivan Allen and Clarence HowaN they report a pleasant trip sisterping Saturday evenfttg C V IUdfry1ea qlf tJ tCedarViewti t I otDrKings II wejgtt1fattlicked tmaraiateeatitailk t J y I r 4- V h i RESOLVED HAT YOU WILL BETAKENOfF YOUR FEET VHETN YOU SEE THE BARGAINS WE NOW OFFER BUSTER BROWN J3j iG I AARGAtN MEANS A CAIN FoU YoU YOU WANT TO bE SUitE THOUGH THINGS THAT ARE CALLED BARGAINS ARE REAL BARGAINS AND NOT TAKE BARGAINS WE Do NoT BELIEVE IN 1 BAMBpOZLINfi OR FOOLING UsEWHICH WoRD YOU WILL THE PEOPLE BY ROLLING IN CASES OF SHODDY GooDS THROUGH OUR BAGK DooR AT NIGHT AND SENDING THEM OUT THE FRONT DOOR PVRtNG THE DAY WE NOW OFFER YOU THES- EBARGAINSGAINS FOR YOU MENS 10 SUITS NOW 898 MENS 1500 SUITS NdWl 196 MENS 2000 SUITS NOW 1698 MENS LOWCUT SHOES IN TAN PATENT LEATHER OR GUN METAL REGULAR 400 t I VALUES NOW 348 RESPECTFULLY Go EALE Hartford Republicar FRIDAY JULY 17 Illnol Central Railroad Tlm Table Horlto MINIMI aNrk taui- Notr2da4 eS ilIA Nomdi1tll s m NolKU IlHpm No lIII Ait 348 p M oln248p NoUl d r8 2p a Drink FruTola at City Restaurant Bring your Eggs and Chickens to James Lyons Genuine CocaCola Ice cold at City Restaurant City Restaurants Steak Meals cant be beat Try em There is certainly something doing lh Candles at Lyons Grocery I City Restaurant is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Drinks Etc Mr K O Cayle Hopklnsville is the guest of relatives in Hartford 4 V of course if you want a nice Meal or Lunch you go to tho City Restau rant Mr Y L Moseley was In Bddyvllle on business the latter part of last week Try a can of French Drip Coffee Lyons Every can guaranteed Sold by James I Mrs M E Sml and Mrs George Wall Evansvllle are the guests of tines here Miss Mary H Wedding left Wednes day for an extended visit in Eastern New York Mr Gregory Wedding Indianapolis Ind Is the guest of his lather Judge R R Wedding 1 OV line of lOc 12C 15c 25c Lawn never was BO complete We bwe there in all shades end patterns CARSONIt CO We are headquarters for groceries quicksales and small profit Is our 4mbilo v 47tfBCHRQADER It CO qLIUIe TWS8 Hafflev Cecil Whites 1 uncles DrI the bueetotlier S J Wedding and Judge R R Wed I ding and other relatives In Hartford i Mcsah W S Carter Ceritertown W HitlAMb Pleasant Ridge la BDavis No creek L N Cox Beaton Kyv Otto Leack and Jean Cattle Beaver DM V were t aaiosg tour callers Toes tl M J- N w t- u f Cots Dots Cots 160 to CARSON 300I Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office J Dr Richard Foster Morganfleld Is the guest othls brother Mr Isaac Foster City rs Shelby Taylor and children Craw ley La are the guests of Mrs S T Stevens city Misses Amanda and Mattle Ben nett have returned from an extended visit to relatives at Rochester It is wonderful how much money can be saved on a grocery bill by trad Ing with Schroader It Co 47tf Mrs T J Morton and children returned to her home at Island Wed nesday after a few days visit to rela tive FOR SALE1 bay mare 15 lianas high 8 years old saddle and harness fine style AddrebS Dr J S Bean Oluton Ky A few more twoprice summer SuKa at a very low price They must go regardless of profit CARSONN CO Mr William Taylor has purchased of Mr G B Likens the Rlpgo pro perty on Washington street He wlH occupy same soon Mrs W J Bean and children return edjast Saturday from a few days visit to Mrs Beans parents Mr and Mrs W J Ferguson Sunnydale MrOtwa Yates Cashier of the Paris Deposit Bank Paris Tenn and Mr Emory Schroeter Rochester were the guests of friends in Hartford the first of the week For Salt Dwelling story and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable For particulars call on BARNETT SMITH The fourth and last quarterly meet Ing for the Hartford circuit will be held at Goshen Saturday and Sunday July 18th and 19th instead of 17th and 18th as stated in these columns last week Beaver Dam Ball Team defeated Prentla In a one sided Mime last Sunday Ting feature of the game was pitching oT Peters by striking out 12 mete only allowing scattered hits Also batting of iome team Miss Ida yadce who has be nln Illinois for tho tfaat fifteen months willrfltur tt Kentucky the 20 Inst to spend her vacation with her broth er and sieter Mr Robert Vance and Mrs Nora WimwiU pear Hartfdfd J t IMrs Frank Hays of Los Angles Carl at Hartford In a few days to visit relatives Hon M Lr Heavrin Is attending a meeting of the Republican State Con tral Committee at Louisville Master Calvin Tier Owensboro is the guefet of his uncle E P Bennett east Hartford and other relatvlea Mr W W Camp and family Ow cnsboro are the guests of Mr B F Beau and family of east Hartford i Mr J T Halliburton has moved from the Barrass property on corner ot Clay and Union to the Herring house on Griffin street esterdayIFalls Buffalo Cleveland and several points In Canada Capt James M DeWeese who Is In charge of Co H Ky N G In Western Kentucky was In Hartford on business Monday While driving a cow Mr Ed flowers fell over a wire fence and sustainer a brokenann near his home at Sulphur Springs last Saturday Come to my Grocery and sue my new line of Toilet Goods You get double value or 200 worth for f100 JAMES LYONS We carry a complete line of the worlds greatest shoe makers holS the W L Douglas Shoes CARSON 8 CO Master Samuel White left Wednes day for his home at Charleston Mo after a few weeks visit to his grandparents Capt and Mrs S K Cox city At an adjourned meeting of the City Council Wednesday night Hon C M Crowe tendered his resignation us City Clerk to take effect Au gust 1 A step ahead in quality a step be hind in price thald the guiding rule on our Shoe department You pay less here and get better material and smarter shapes CARSON CO Born to the wife of A M Barnett last Sunday a fine boy He has bsen christened Robert Emmett In honor lof his grand father May he live to make as useful and honored citizen Roswell the Infast son of Dr and lastIi tered tit the Rockport cemetery Sunday Mr J NeyFosterlefiTlust Friday for Cattlettsburg where he goes to accept a position on the reporters staff of a dally paper Key Is one of our best and brightest boys and we predict success for him in his new field Mr J C Berry who has been Super- Intending government Schools in the Pbllllplne Islands for the past two years and who was operated upon for appendicitis a few weeks ago Is expected to arrive at home in a few daysOur esteemed friend Uncle Louis Gunther has presented us with three mammoth apples weighing 2 pounds and 10 ounces He says they grew in the old school house lot where many of the people of Ohio county learned their sense Mrs Andrew King returned Jo her home at Owensboro Monday after a few days visit to her daughter Mrs E E Crabtree Mr King who has been here building a dwelling for Mr Henry Bean accompanledherhome t Henry Bean accompanied her home Attorney John B Wilson returned Wednesday from a trip to the mam moth Cave and reports a splendid time Hp was acconpanled by Mr F M Watson of Charleston W Va who had been his guest here for several days while looking up some coal and oil Interesats No one need be afraid of Ohio county banking Institutions They are nil in good shape and deposits are grow ing We are indebted to Capt S K Cox for tho following Interesting summary of the 12 banks In the County Cap Stock 22510000 Surplus 4334738 Deposits 87524712 Mr O R Tinsley who lives in the Washington neighborhood about Ii- miles from town lost his dwelling bjr fire Wednesday morning about 9 oclock The fire started from a defec ted flue and spread so rapidly that it could not be controlled Most of the household effects were saved by the timely assistance of neighbors There was no Insurance on house or con tents The following young people of Hart ford made up a picnic party toBlack Hockers bluff last Tuesday Mrs Mollje Taylor chaperon Miss Minnie Aufderheide of Sf Louis Mo Misses Cova Anderson and Marie yard wick of Owensboro Ky Miss Isabelle Fair of Render Ky and Misses Annie Keown Annie Elgin Mary Marks Bera Bean Bessie Collins Lorlno Sullener Alma Riley HattiGlennL- orena Ford Alice Keowu dud Myrtle whit ma Messrs Robert Halll burton Byron FosterMarlimi Thomas Frank Foreman Andrew Glenn Mc Henry Hllbrook arid tfbthua Field I f r y t r X Messrs J H Thomas and R 11 Kuykendoll Narrows and B F Bean callersWednesday Messrs Claude Renfrew and Ronda Miller Dundee J H Torfeuve Crom well and J C Jones Wyfcox were among our callers yesterday Mr Robert Wedding and wife who had been the guests of Mr Weddings mother Mrs Julia Wedding city for 1a few days left Monday for CoVlngton I I Ky where they will visit Mrs Wed dings people a few days after which they will return to their home at Charleston S C It will be of InI terest to Roberts many friends hereto know of his splendid record hi the field of his labor in the South He took Charge as Army Secretary of the Y M C A at Charleston In the laborIedthat of assistant to the Secretary In charge of tho Department at Charleston He has held this place will be three emIploedCordate When this period of eerviceJe ndedh e will have lend four years The longest period of service of any one preceding him has been two and onehalf years He has had many flat tering offers to go elsewhere notably FtTotten N Y Elizabeth City N C Columbia S C and Spartinburg S C We are all proud to know that our former townsman Is making good In the splendid field in which he labors Thanks- I want to thank the taxpayers of Ohio county for the courtesy they have shown me since I have been their Sheriff I am now ready to receive their 190S tux and will have to col lect under the same law that I have been collecting under so the sooner you get a tax receipt the better it will be for all R B MARTIN S O C SUNNY DALE July 15 Farmers are about through threshing wheat arond here Mr J A Westerfleld and family of Mngaiii were the guests of Mr and F D Baughn and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Veola Westerfleld Is visiting relatives at lagan this week KyIsM WeatherfordMr and daughter Alpha went to Narrows odny Mr and Mrs n Powers were the guests of relatives here Saturday and- S Ifttlf trr Miss Mae Foreman of Sulphur Springs was the guest of Mrs Berkley Saturday Mr A B Renfrew and son Clarence visited his son Mr Elva Renfrow of Hartford Sunday Messrs J A Westerfield F D Baughn Albert Baughn and Miss Aisle Baugtoh visited Mr Jake Westerfleld and Mrs Maud Graves and family Sun dar For Sale 30 acres of timber consisting of adIdressHartford Ky WHITESVILLE t 52t4I Mr Palmerr Wedding of is spending his vacation with his father Dr T J Wedding Mr Randolph Wedding of Central City was the guest of Mr P H Haffey on last Thursday- Mr and Mrs J J MIdkiff are visiting at Mr Frank Hennlngs- Mr j Iva Howard of Ralph was In tows SundayProf Roy Rummage of Utica spent Sunday here Mr C A Kelley of this place was the guest of Mr and Mrs Marvin Moseley of Owensboro Saturday night I Will Bob Cook and family of Beaver MrlDMr Fred Compton and family spent Sunday in OwensboroI Mr C A Kelleys three youngest sons Sewall Everltt and Herbert are visiting their grandfather Mr John Ralph Dr O W Edge Otis Kelley Prof Gibson and wife attended the graduating exercises at countyI Saturday night lrsA MCKinney of Owensboro is the guest of Mrs Lawrence Stinnett at this writing Mr Strother McKinney of Owensbor is the guests of Mr Otis Kelley Rev Wilmington of Fordsvllle filled his regular appointment at the Bap tlst church on Sunday Rev Wright of Central City fIRed his last appointment at the Chris flan church on the 1st Sunday Rev Smith of Hopklnsvllle filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sun day Willis Holder is on the sick listf MrD F Brooks has returned from torlhl5hson whowas operated cfn for appendicitis Is doing nicely fThef Infant CbndotMr and MrS F Times Up Here They Go- MidSufflmor f i A Sldn w to say that weha ehadmost satisfactory business- during 1 the past spring season StillJv we have too many goods wewantl more room for our fall stock We Y wooU raerlmrc the money than I stoic We see going to commence J- riaLtDIDW e- GREATSACRIFICESi j- In oar prices in order to cones i stop1tlook r want tneed web money to partial pate in tbissale Note these pricess ads iFyou can afford to stay away Tie early buyers wiHt get the pJa 1II GOO Sant Lt 750 1 Q250 su teat 300 1400 sefcsac SOOO aSOG eire at to5a 16XQ eum1t 1TOO 1700 suite aA X25 VO IS 00 eats at 3JOj I Carson rConnlfnoOfU1nU KyiD F Foreman fk rrmnwriog tram xi very severe tqpjfll C nfchana ithisttet church dart night Miss Jtuhj Pate received that hrsU asg lit Wall Brook twnoadt ftftice i lCeatacQIS of E have lava left fm BUT pwtaiw slon by Mr Hcesy WaJx Jr iot 0ensboro for free dittriCxitSan Anyoar1 desiring copies cur curs theca tg l coming In for theta J C K SMITH Sep Ohio Ou JU a of RtIi SELECT Juy 13 farness making hay la this communttJlJ Miss Ivy Cmusjincn who bean aj six months sclxxl at this place lasti Monday has at Ws writing Unite one week sucnearirUy Mr Pete Xorssaa who has beta working with V X Stewart and Co Beaver Dam returned home last week to attend school Mr WJllle tissue and Miss Martha JdyIof this place Scodar evening at S oclock Rev Enslser spoke the wants that made the lira hearts beat as one They left ImmidaUely Cor Caner ia Ky where thtT attend to make their future horn May they live lotto to gether and as they grow old may their 11Cceant happiness increase with an evarUotrtee love toward one anotherMessrs lke Cooper and Harrison Flener CromueH were In town Tanday on business Messrs Dud JQavia and T C T3ssey Ii while blackberry picking last sleek run a rabbit into a hole In the gnwoo and while dlfietoK for truck a vela of coal supposed to be J or 4 feet thick It will be Investigated soon and we hope it will prove valuable lot we have to hnnl coal M for durlas cold weather The Christian Bunchy School At this place Is viqgnttBg nicely safer the management Sa t W C Ar buckle We tarf a large else Sunday and several vleUocn- Messrs Edgar OhlTvd rBattsRoss Centertvwe 11111 dunhere Sunday There has jug tieesasaffi i3a sae Christian churct at WwrtaB Mm near here IB wldcfc will W HId abate v between Rem KuOv of laOu lidI debate will begin July end and wilL lasc tar ten days Every body In v4tef to attend Kr and Mrs Estlll Arbuckle andi 1- IIJIl Coleman PIncheco are vislliri here this week Mr Willie Lankford of Balzetownn wu In town Saturday Bra Theo Willis of Shrewstterry + tKr will preach at the Christian 1 hurehv here on the fourth Saturday night and Sunday in eaeh mciitli Mr Delmer Stewart left Mocdkyxior Cromwell where he will attendsehoct Uadoy School here Sunday afternoon Jfe Rkhanl Render Costa a7 fe toe loci ity recently Miss Carrie Barnard Ceralo nBS au 1Uy tof her sls er Mrs Matter Maxt dox Sunday Mn Jennie Baravr vntao haxabcaa r- UT loraetlme Is slowly ImprovlnKT- Fanners in this section were gsgto Siuyy lost week stacking wheat Mra H B Stum awl cbildrtit OllSe May and Carrol Paradise T1 a turned to their home today l1c yt ere accompanied by her shear lint C D Balls and little son Honald l tftere3hey will remain n few days NARROWS July ltiFred Shultz and sty ter Maude nearrowly cscairfa- rloua Injury in an accident here Sunday afternoon That were on their way to choroK when the young horse they were drtttr mg became frightened and Jumped ot II bridge carrying buggy and occwi pants with him The bridge wan about eight feet high The tnufij was badly broken up but the occor panto escaped with only a KOCHS fright A company with Mike Crahn tha well known stone worker at tha head of it has been organized for UtI purpose of working into road material tae limestone tifff just above here AH arrangements for the new eater arise are complete and work will bth Sitt August 1st The new JnduatrTv win give employment to twenty Ui kcrers Narrows has a trio of sshoolteacaV 4 ens brothers who enjoy the privtlecp s rare one we think of teaching en pcnte schools all of which are sloes ewagh to their home for them to a spend their nights at home They rare Calvin Jarrctt and Joe LoyaL It Stales worthy of mention that tyeaa ieea with a younger sister were or iiiwnrf In infancy and left with a tome that their aged grandmoUNfc1 reared them perhaps at painful eKort tltneltastIwel to the honorable poslUoa et4to the public Kkoolx INTERESTING TALKS ABOUT PlANTS Facts About the Stem anti Roots Rlnvs Why The PricKles There are some plant lec which are not generally known IastI persons uaglne that the stem giant grows from the roots Ou contrary the roots grow from the- stem j In the case of a plant that diesI down to the ground In autumn not tile roots that send up a new stein In the spring for apart of the true I stem remains under ground on thee root crown and from It grow up the budbearlng stems In the spring When a seen Serininates It sends the lightloving stem upward and the darkloving root downward Saw off a part of a tree trunk I you will nll os s rles gt 1hugs trop the centerTlo the barii each rii marking a year of growth But jhese rings Indicate also which of the seasons through whloh the tree has livedl were dry and which had plenty ofd rain The rings are always of unequal width rne narrower ones represent dry seasons and the wide ones seasons when the conditions of grow Lh were better by reason of plelitlful rain Every rote has Its thdrii nut the same may bo said of Knehflults ash blackberries taspberrles etconly they are not real thorns bui prickles which strlll off wIth the outer bark while thorns wl1 not stripe oft be Ing hardened uudervolopcd branches But why do hUllhes and vines have prleklos 31auy peoplo wonder at itl for thyo see no reason for such aI growth But there Is a reason ash thoro Is for everything In nature prickles are ghon to them as a liraIt- ectlun against plontCaUng animals The slams have n pleasant aromatic taste and cows and sheep wodtl beI sure to oat them In winter when crave omethlng fresh If It were nut fur tho pricklesIit Is generally IUIIlaccl that mess Is mostly found un the north sIde of trees and as a general rule this IS true lilt It has been found Iw nh- nervation that the amount af moss vnrles mid Is o1 different sides of trees Tlds fact does nut niateriallyi militate against thq general rule that moos Is found niaioly od the north side says Medians Monthlrv- To intelligently understand why muss Is found gruwhlg all forest trees WI n11LSt tutderstmtd the law that governs It No moss will he foulldI growing on trees standing afugly and alone In the open Three conditions tire necessary for the formation of moss ylz Coolness shade and cools lure The old nile will hold true where a forest of trees have both a warn and n cool stile Moss forma tlon Is always un the cool side The heart of a tree will always be found save In some exceptional cases IBllyllandpass will vary moss formation accordlI ugly l There lire few mororongl named things III the world than the Jeru j suleit artichoke In the first place It never came from Jerusalem at all And In the second It Is not really an artichoke but a sunflower with Its IICulllmtlanbath fruits and vegetables For instance through Its means peaches apricots and nectarines have been developed from the nllnond to which family all three trlllts belong Is little apparent connection ThereII the wild crab of the hedgerows memherslur extstfnglvarieties technlcall1slleaklns one variety of turnip the kohlrabI Is a cabbage Scientists have classed It among the cabbage family and yet- It has huge roots like the turnip Both the cucumber and the tomato are fruit and yet we speak of them as vegetables The gooseberry Is a cur runt both belonging to the some family of ribes TIle onion Is a flower Its various species bearing white yellow blue and rosecolored blossoms many produced In beautiful drooping alflowering d the now famous vegetable Philippine Letter The Republican Hartford Ky Dear EdltorEvery week or so a punch of states mall comes to hand with a few letters and many papers the public letters of the world of papers the Republican and tpe GHeald Ie the best read ot l all I see you and broth er Matthews are stilL workers In the great game ot politics Good wholesome discnsslon Thai what helps to keep a country alive clean and tree On a recent trip to Manila Via Romb Ion 1 saw many pretty island views and much evidence of awakening commerce aril Manila looks more modern than the old fanila ot 1899 The steam roller Is abroad tli the land crushing Into form fine new cars run youIpole you can look out over the tine new Syitaeruz steel bridge and see progress on every hand Railroads are building In IIlIlmpralanl Islands On our return to Capiz we found cholera that scourge of bad water rather food and POOP cooking In hull sway with aU kinds of wild Ignorant rumors abroad that Amen cans were putting In well just think of that tar barbaric imagination Nell the Americans and better class of citizens with the officials ur Caplz came togethei and organized a good system uf prevention hospltals yeti till nowl fhe trpuy1tt fs about stampedout I kt Our new vravillI 1 heigh sChtiallfi ready for the school to begin June Panay Mitt ti rftllrotid graded halt way i front l1apa to Cplz and cars are running out some fifteen mills Our Treasurer lir Crow Is start- Ing our roads towards the good roads i class with Macadam great till clil- i erts reenfarced concrete bridges und much cutting of hills and levelI ling of hollows I shah superiise the Schools of Iav- Cirartero and Slgllla twenty mills otul front Capiz 10HN C ItAR1AR0- Capiz June I 1905 OAS OaiAfleas theiht Kind Yen Ian NWJrs Bought Clsilituro 4Jfpct X Deplora6le Levity manythlug4last Inisslonnry was too 1II1I1h for us lIe preached On the glories or the mill sionory ladling for Wouhn lIt told its we ought all ot us to Jo nnll help the IWII t hell That was nil right hut then lie worked n1 to II glow log finish Now I appeal to you as colleg women how much better thou mere learning and mere boots It Is to- go forth Into the world and become ushers or nleul Tiwt was too much Ot course we- sullled In fact some of us snickered tludlbly Tllen tile missionary complained tollrlxy that lie eauhtnt help noticing a deplorable spirit of levity nppnrent ninong the studentsPbllad- elphin Ledger Y j r J w4 1- I AmerIca on Top Some years mgo while on ft tour through liulape Sir henry oscoeI paid n visit to Vesuvius which was at i the time In eruption lIe there suet an Amierican who spote In depreciatory terms of thl lEnflcent spectacle Nell 1Cm1it11 Sir henry when nil Is said and done you have nothing likethis In rucrlcu o rllllhd the other hilt we have a river that would put the whole darned thlllg out In tine minutes On Terra Firma T + What does become ot nil the pins cried Mrs Xas she vainly sought for one on her dressing Iabie- I know maiiima cried her little son who had just begun to study Latin hey fall to the earth and become ter rapiusHurrpers Weekly Thus Earthly Stager Tile son remarked the kindly ciU zen shines for nil- Anti thats what worries some pea 111 averred the caustic citizen They neeni to think the sou ought to bo bandied as u spot IigitLonlsvllie Cou rlerJouruul The Orst mall steamer from England arrived In New South Wales ID 1Sb3 Kentucky Fair Dates flxel1Cur1909 as tar as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 2Su days Wlnchestu August 44 days Danville Augusta r3 days Lexington August 105 days Unlontown August 115 days Ilurkeavllle August 114 days Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days CttrrolL Gallatin Owen TrlCaunty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vanceburg August 194 days DarbaurllIe August 193 days Erlanger August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 days Elizabethtown August 253 days Shelbyvl1Jl August 254 days Burlington August 2G1 days Germantown August 266 days Morgantown August 273 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 1G days Hardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September 84 days HodgenvtUe September 83 days Iartford September 94 days Glasgow 94 days Falmouth September 3H days a CIOftZBSRI thaitsKind Yoo Nate 816mutar AtBeuibt STORY OF SOME CURIOUS SPIIQNSI I I Which I The Various Purposes for ITiley Were Used a FeW I Centuerles Ago We are familiar nowadaye with spoons of many shajleslntended for I variety of some merIJI1Imarrow spoon for Instance which was I I used for extracting pUlfrow from tbanes It was made double one end being used tar small bones anti the i other tar those of larger bore I Another example is the mulberry I andlthe London Globe The Implements were made tar use in a day when mul t berries were mulch more comnionly catI 1111 than they are at the present time- Wth the perforated bowl a little IiU plr vas sjlrlnklcd on the berry which was then conveyed to the mouth on the spiked end of the handle ithe introduction of tea led to the making of a variety of new kinds uCI SlaanS including the necessary tea spobm Itself tome of which still remain In use whip others have dNnICleared At South Kensington maybe seen for example a curious col- leetlon of tho little icoops so wcllj known to our greatgrandmothers as caddy spoons The cuhlles of lie- oldfashioned land liavelong beensuper- sedcli and when the caddy with las twoliddecl and metallined end 1om- ipartnents and the sugar howl mu he cavity between went out uf use 111 caddy spoon or scoop disappeared al SO Another ubmlute curiosity Is to snuff peon which in the days when nearly everybody took snuff and t1ok It everyvio was used fill conicg the scented powder from th box to the hand or in some cases allc HI the nose Candle spopus and pap I 1Ilaan8 are also out of date A 1111- goUell gentleman a few months ago wrote in u Shropshire paper tho had In his possession a silver JII- IiIQOII whloh had been originally Fiv on by thu marquis of Exeter to a menu her of the Iloggins family of Mott The possossor of this spoon remnrk that It hall been given to hint biiraLa1e1 with the wish that It should III taieachIt hall come to lam through tlHffhtor1 marriage of the two families in years gone by- Ttireehliudred I years ago there wass one at Ilford In Essex which held snore than n quart Others of more legitimate make were such as the r IehlW11cii must people still dipped their fingers Into the general dish to help themselves to meat more Jaunty dlhers carried about with thom an implement which was a combination of slioon and fork and toothpick The fork Will at the back of the spoon white the handle for tlit double article was finished oft with a little fgiure terminal which served liS handle for the t tarnamentatlonIt Is most familiar In the apos tie spoons of which original sets fetch such high prices and of which latter day ImitatIOns are so abundant but the figures were by no means conined to the apostles In some cases the spoons were curiously finished with double heads which Can hardly have conduced one Would think to conve- niemce of handling A curlouF but decidedly unpleasant font of ornanfent gave Its name to the deaths head spoon which was made for commemorative purposesa very nnaltraelv kind of monento morn It Raached the Spot Mr E Hun1l1hre who owns a large general store at Omega 0IInd IS I res- Ident of the Adams County Telephone Co as wen as of the Hume Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my life once At least I think It dId It seemed to reach the spotthe very seat of my coughwhen everything else tailed Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot It heals the sore spot and the weak spots In throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at all druggists IiOe and 100 Trial bottle free m Mr Kern of Indiana So Tom Taggart landed I1s man Mr Kern or Indiana Is nominee tar Vice President Mr Kerna cinch on fame hitherto ties to what the Times special corresirondent at Denier calls being a wen known awyer and an SURE CURE For Ail Diselt a STOMACH LIVER a KIDNEYS Y IGovernisThe UflCAtlans come mIght n2 parallelingthose of his dlsUngulsh cblett ln Well known lawyer tit will characterize the Nelirasitau UI successful candidate that Is squall I1tOt course Bryan can add the dJ- Itlnctlan of being an edltar anda Chat tauqua orator but perhaps a litt closer scrutiny of Mr Kerns cares might find other achievements to ba ante these two On the whole tho team seems we matched Mr Kern 7s not known t have any ylews or optnipns of his ow and Mr UIOU can do nil the thltkln and most ofttho tIlqktng tar both J them Nothing could snit Bryan he ter This Is his own private fight Ii has simply swallowed the Democrat Whole andrepresents the entire part with the exception possibly of n tel caUerlng fragments that he tried trope In by offering Judge Tray sewn place The Judge very properly refuse to befall guy and Mr Kern gets thl honor that had gone begging MrKern hasoursympathy We hat to think of what is going to Happen to him but It must bo dome Ills plc tune makes him appear ag odheartc amiable amid inoffensive sort of fellow who deserves better at the hands of hi party But somebody had to keel Bryan coouiny ad a victim and I may be a little consolation for rr Kerl- to reflect that among the stories o Ills life lie will tell in years to con Ite cqn include roe of the tithe r rat the Vice Presidency with Bryan Louisville Herald BULBSBUCEBEBSBULBS SUCCEEDI SPECIAL OFFER IfJla4e to build Xew Uaatne A make rouapcrmanrtoua Comer 5athtaettonauaranteed oryour- money refunded Souvenir Collection W =nrrLI1a- pWLI1 i a w I n 111 t lru u 1aa-L rPau aDM flap Ia lIp ToIITOoJU r a- Ot1LZTEED 8aW C- 4T4yunt arulll- Na TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Paper st3ND 25 CENTSt ad111 11IUr1bla4la-ulu PqIJ Igeeek toIDunue unll- ufly lWn rdI 5 Ib the IN i 114 f54 1119 4111- I eemmmentloaf aaleuntt haw InI rfobItIbI CI14 I rbylIl 114 TII ilulb no ffat Sonl rd-f llsse Tim mull sou ntnlpm 05 eUCs1C8I one ILL ST Tie Louisville Tinss the livest afternoon paper pubJlshj d nuywhere It prints the news up to the minute Four or more editions every day Time regdlar price of The Times Is a n year but you can get th- eHartford Republican AND TII- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR 500SIX MONTHS 250 4Dlssltas MalariaI fir fir PATENTSLt andTRADEM RK prompt1rObfalJloc1IA PATENTS1lY I Send model photo or Red for AEErep t1 1 on tteutblety SO yen pncttce- RASSINO BUR- l RCFERENCE TertreeOnlde- Dookonrroetabielatentawrlteto 10 503805 Seventh streetWaSHINGTON D c Nervey Sick r i tOo h ItIfveak worn out tI nervous cannot s1e B have indigestion head1- achei neuralgia or peri= eodic pains it is because yoUr nerves ire weak It d is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach S heart lungs etc work imperfectlybecome sick 1Dr MIles Nervine cures f the sick when it restores nervQ strength and puts the power bdliind the or gans to do their work Almnt three years I safferefl from nervousness Indigestion and plpltu tlon of tho lieart 3 could not eat or talkiIn a bad condition My doctor did not seem to do me any good I had tried haveiany good Illes Nervino was suggested by I friend I got relief dnYJIrelieved my heart and nerves but has Invigorated my whole system I nm very grateful blcausn nlnce I have I stopped using It I have hm absolutely no return ot my 0111 trouble MIti 11 OW AltO FOnD 60 Summit Ave Worcester Mass yourdruoplstfirst bottle will benefit It It tails he will refund your money Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd I KILL THE COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNGS II j WITH DrsKings I New Discovery 8100iI AND ALLTNROATANDLUNOTROUB- LESOUABANTEEDI sATISFAOTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED 1 iTI OneMinute CoughCure For Coughs Colds and Group I I A IRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It eiean en soothes heals and lllotectsthe diseased borne resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the lteIstoresI DnlsIIists Cj O ObAbbjrjc7 p 1 Ohio County Supply CoiC- 7 lrsoorpoatcc1 bf C 41 Hartforc1Ky 2 Hardware Machiner and all Kinds fi bM of Fatming Implements 44 bt 43 44 carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you o 4buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and bt 44 We handle only the best makes and can therefore = Cl recommend alt our vehicles Cdn make prices to suit aU customers 43 agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue fiand Moline with an repaIrs for same I hI 4fA full line of fence wIre Steel and Felt Rooting Myers Deep bi 4 Well Cultivators DIsc Harrows and Drills Also aU kinds t of Field SeedsItWe handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch el1 Mogul Blount and 9wensbarnl Also 1eering and Milwaukee = 42 Harvesting MachInery fi We yell theest Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn b1 t1 Crushery and Meal Mlles to connect with same Lawn Mowers b4R and Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give usa y- fi calL PrIces always equitable bi i rlEDTlICDlnERI Iin tc fi 0 Dr 5tfa tloita Cretitl 1gTh Si CttIII j1 I w J t r fnnirt rL Ut 0 + tlluITaYBAhr p- ATro Evs 7 LAW i fHARTFORD KY 5 a praIJUce their profession in all the courts of Onto and 1 IJonlnlcrulII entrustedto ties and Court ot tloq of Criminal and Real Estate Law buildIng FRANK L FELIXIAttorney at craw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Col Heralbuilding CNAS M CROWE LAWYE3fHARTFORD Will practice his profession In all courts or OhIo and adjolningcountlea and In the Court or Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and Jr to collectlona Office 1nuld Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATlORNEY ATLA1V HARTFORD + KY Special attention glen to collection making abstracts c also Notary Pub lic for Ohio county Office north sidepublic squareR WEDDIN- GAttorney at Law HARTFORD ICY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions MI Collections promptly attended to ImtyOlCloe IIIlIKAtItiy 1urWn IwounwA- nNEAVRIN WOODWARD OU eys atCLa t HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Ot flee next door to flank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY A1TURNEY AT LAW IARTFORD KYyW1I1 practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank t I WIII1AHNIM 8AtDElLSO1 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the practice ot Law to all courts State and Fed eral with office south aide of Main street opposite Court house Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and iltlgatlon affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located i- nHARTFORDAnd will answer calls at all times 41 Residence ESt Union street Homer phone No 13- 7JAMES C BENNETT I O Dos 125 Ilnrttord ic- yLICENSED AUCTIONEER wm sell any and all kinds of property In Ohio county Terms reasona bleYaur patronage sgitclted- w =JOHN BLAIR lsuford Kr LICENSED AUCTIONEER I WJ1I sell any and aU kinds of prop erty In Ohio counly Terms reasonable Your patronage solicited i or EDArcDD = I J e7e adios sow b obWa paentatn3marl COUNTRIEL8arfarr Ur- naoSo oad often toe pofear tcludnlywriteormomstom Su Ba1Y lwsrNP 1JII4Io4 IYM neat OAsr WAaHINGrcSNDC ya c re 1 1 y Zr r i I SUMMARY Of PLATfORM ON WHiCH INDORSENENTr FJl1 lr1b American farmers welfare Is as Important as that of wage nrnerB or captallst The Republican party In the past twelve years has aided the farmer In agriculture and in bringing to him the conveniences of rural Ufe Free rural mall deliverY now reaches n1l11l0ns of oUr citizens and we favor Us extension until eyeryconlmunHy In the land receives the full benefits of the postal service We recognized the social and economic advantages of good country roads maintained more and more largely at public expense and less and less at the exponre of the abutting owners In this work we commend the growlngllractceOf state aid r Nothing so clearly demonstrAtes Ule round basic on which our com merclal industrlll and agrIcultural Interests are rounded and the necessity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent sale passage of the American peopl through a financial disturbance which If appearing In the midst of Democratic rule or tile menace of It might have equaled the familiar Democratic panics of the past We congratulate the people and hall with cop fldence the signs now manifest tvcomplcte restoration ofbuslnesss pros perlty in alUnes ot trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed the Sherman antitrust law over Democratic opposition and enforced It after Democratic derellotlon nut ex perlence has shown that its effectiveness can be strengthend and Us real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and control over Ilnd secure greater publicity in the mmanagemhnt of that class ot corporations engaged In inter state commerce having power and opprtunlty to effect monopolies JIThe Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff special session of congress lnunedately following the InauguretIon of the next president In all tariff legislation the true princIple or protection Is best main tamed by the Imposition of Such duties as will equal the dIfference be tween the cost or production at home and abroad together with n reason able profit to AmerIcan iudustrDs We favor the esabllshmetnt or maximum and minimum rates the max Imum to be available to meetdlserImlnat by foreign counties against oimerlcan goods catering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican polIcy which me normal measure or protection at honmst bC ever mllntuhHtl Is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen The Republican party wIll uphold at all times the auttorlty and integr ty of the courts state and federal We helievo however that the rule of procedure In the federal courts with respect to the Issuance or the writ of injunction should be more accurately defined by statute and that no Injunction or temporary restraining order should be Issued without no tice except where Irreparable injury would result from delay In which case n speedy hearing thereafter should be granted The Republican party pledges Its continued devotion to every cause that makes for safety aifd tile betterment or coNditinns among railroad employers The Republican party recognizes the special needs of wageworlers generally for their wellbelng means the wellbeing or all IrIn the Interest of the great mineral Industries of our country we earnestly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and m ning We atprove the enactment of the railroad rate law i and the vIgorous entorcement of the statutes against rebates and dlserinhinations We beliete however that the Interstate commerce law should be further amended so as to give railroads the right to make and publish traffic agreements subject to the approval of the commission but maintaining I1lwas the principle or competition between naturally competing lines anti avoiding the common control of such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue or stoCk and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to the Rcpublican tIocterin or encouragement to American shlplllng and urge such legislation as will revive time melCbant marine prestige or the country recent sessIon lellderjshillbetter government Notwithstanding the Indefensible rilbusterlng or II Democratic minority In the house of representatives during tile last session many nholesomo nn progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment ot a postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the encourageplent of thrift I The Republican party Is committed to the development of II permanent currency sytrtein responding to our greater needs and the appointment or the national monetary commission by the present congress which will impartially Investigate ail proposed methods Insures the early realization or this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend or the AmeriCan negro We declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter and spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifeenth amendments to the consl1tul1on which were dislgned for the protection and advance ment or the negro and we condemn all devIces that have for their real aim his disfranchisement for reason or color alone as unfair unAmerican and repugnant to the supremetaw of the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that none of the great measures hero advocated by the Republican party coulll be en acted and none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Dem ocratic administration or under one In which party responsibility Is divided The continuance or present policies therefore absolutely re quires the continuance in power of that party which believes In them and which possesses the capacity to put them Into operation 4 TOE ART OF TRAINING DOGS Tricks of Professional Trainers That Are Useful to Amateurs Few people other than those who are thinking of making III Giving out of the work would be prepared to give the necessary time to the training of a trick dog but some cd the se crets of the professional trainer may be or use Ito the man who wants hla dog to be always under his control and to knbw a few trIcks Different trainers atavo different methods of beginning tho education or tHeircharges sayro TitBits no man known to the writer always begins hIs first lesson with a new dog to this way rlJo walks suddenly into the roo wJtere the dos it anti withOut any word of warning pretends to bo about lhH n1th a whip It the I1 dag crouches away In fright the trainer knows that tho dog lacks spirit and will ncerbe of any to him If the dos turns the matt puts down tb whip and goes on to threst- of theaeasont An er trainer Is opinio- nLnordtlr 61Iet verltj aiidtdirectw j1 v y OIl 1sJ t f J f he does SOho Is well rewarded Performing dogs receive most of their food In the shape of rewards for good conduct Every now and again one hears of- elm outcry against the cruelty of teach Ing dogs to perform tricks The out cry may be Justified in the case ot dogs that are taught to jump over very high obstacles because that Is about the only kind of trick which can be taught with a whip It Is vos Bible to whip a dog over a high Oump The audienCe doss not see the whipper because the dog starts his runup out of sight at one side of the stage A whip Is worse than use less to the trainer who Is teaching a dog to do a trick In which the au mat appears to think A dog Is taught to apparently dls tinguiso between colors by learning a secret signal given to him by his traIner when he gets to the desire color Sometimes the signal Is the snapping or the ringers done very softly and In a way not noticed by the audlencQ Sometimes the signal Is even less noise than that and consists In the clicking of the nala or the thumb and first linger Once train a dog to piCK a tlying up whenhe- hearsthe signal odo so iind you have taught him a variety of tricks that III dog elrould never know of the exJsteneeolScllI a thing as a whip All tgvlnere agree that when thebust 1 J I t 1f 1 t D floss of giving a dog a lesson baaoncd commenced there should be no corporal punishment Once lose your temper said n trainer to the write and you play IllS well give It up at once A dog only gets flus tered when flhe trainer loses his tom peh and II dog then can not learn anything There Is of course a vast difference between the Intelligence of dogs and tt has been found that those which learn the most quickly are either plied les 01 half bred poodles There is an old saying among dog trainers that you can teach a poodle to do any thing except love you but there are many exceptions to this rule The first thing that the professional trainer usually teaches his dog Is to tit on a chair and remain there unlln he Is told to get down Two lea sons of a quarter or an hour a day are better than one lesson ot half an hour for little anc often Is the trailers motto The good trainer knows from the manner of the dog when the lesson Is long enough for a dog Is just like a child at school and can not consentrate his attention on a letson for any great length of time The dog has to be uouglll back to the chair over and over again but In a week he wUJprobnbl be proficient at this simple accomplishment and then ho Is tested The trainer will allowothcr people to conic Into the room while the lesson Is proceeding and he will get them to whistle and sing and make a noise generally It the dog has been properly tllned he takes no notice of any ono or anything but remains on his chair until the trainer gives hlni the signal to get downA trainer with a troupe or performing dogs will thtln take tho novice with him and Introduce him to the public for however itch trained the dog may belle would probably le tut absolute failure as a public performer If lie had had no experience of laC- Ing the footlights In a week how ever a good dog having nothing to do on the stage except to sit still will become accustomed to the or the lights on the state and the glareI and the applause from the the house Meanirlmile In the daytime he Is receiving moro lessons The dog Is taught to come when lie Is called Time traIner puts a piece of string on his eulur lets him run loose and calls him by umnme If- he does not como the trainer pulls on the strIng gently so as not to frighten the dog and so brings the dcg to himI tlhen the dog comes he Is coaxed and rewarded when he declines to como of ter n few lessons he Is scolded lie soon learns the lesson Nowadays there Is a great craze for acting dogsSlogll which come on the stage and do things by themselves In every case time trainer begins by leading the dog through the movement lie has to male und at each lesson the trainer does exactly the same thing In the same way and uses the same words to giving command A dog Is taught to beg bybeing first backed up Into a corner wI I re he has the walls to rest again He Is taught to walk on his bind legs by being about In this position while time trainer supports his front legs Jump Ing is a very easy trick to teach The trainer begins by holding a stick under It and then coaxes the dog to get over U Dy degrees the stick Is rais ed until the dog Is compelled to jump sack as adding up a sum telling the time by looking at a watch and so on The professional trainer usually ac customs his dogs to work by word of command but the amateur possessing I only one dog will do well to teach It by signs as well as by words It each command Is accompanied by a differ ent sign from the hand the dog soon gets to look for theslgnnndt the word Is then unnecessary Poachers dogs beICauseto work in silence TOO LATE FOR AST WEEK COOL SPRINGS July 9 =Unclo Alec Wright happen ed to quite a painful accident July 4th while out salting his stock a mule kCkcd him ahll broke his arm thlSIwriting Tatewentand Miss Minnie Wright attended the reunion at Cromwell the fourth Mrs Leta Dunpi and daughter Mss- Ula was the guest of Mrs Agnes Tate Friday Mr Birch Wilson and wife of Beaver Damn and Mr Clarenco Dennis and family were the guests of lrO1 E Scott Sunday I Mrs Matilda Pulton visited her father Mr Alec WrIght Sunday Quite n crowd from here attended the picnic at Rochesteta the fourth Mr Mato Miller vlted this placo SundayMrs Emma Wilson wast he guest or Mrs Nora Donuts Wednesday Mrs Agnes Tato visited Mrs Fannie Scott Sunday evening Mr and Mrs0 E ScoUs baby has been sick IMiss vIsited Mrs Clndli Wilson Wediesdliy t 1 r iof k ITHE KENTUCKY 1 light and Power CoI f It INCORPORATED j J WILL WIRR YOUR JiOUSH fir CO8T i t ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN I iH AL rHY AND SAFE NO HOME i BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD tt+ INfI E G BARRASS Manager II t WHENa country becomes civilized it de typewriters When it becomes i posted on comparative values it tlemands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER The fact that The Smith Premier Type writer is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further tact that the demand increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldWide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith PfBmiBf YYPHWlitBI Go l1CI citIJ t Pine St s L LOUIS IH21 lOi r and district to eshibitasample 11NO s We ship andIllowtokeept FACTORY PRICES nukeItto brl mlddlemena profits by buying direct et us and have the manufacturers guar I anyoneatspas and rrmarhad4 sfecial tfer to rider agents when you receive our beautiful catalogue and forlesamoneythan atourj buttawfreeCOASTERMANS and HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF 8 0 R HEALING TIRES I oN 11 Q I rae u or kif 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orderWeIF YOU HEED TIRES dont buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair of Ueclgethom PunctureProof tires on approval and trial at whtc2adescribesDO NOT UlAIT era pair of tires a from anyone until know the new and wonderful a offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW t J L MElD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO IL- Lwwwwr Anyonesendtng a sketchand deecrlptlnn i certaln- isprobably our opinion an Invention communion lIoutrtellconlidenUaI HANDBDO Onlatents- sentlree Oldest all9nCr for secur ng patents aleuts eaten tbroul Munn A Co receive 11 noli without cbar la the i Stltntiflt Nmerkan Ahandsomely111ostratedwaekty Largestclrt Term 3 a I earl tour months 4 Sod byali newsdealer IUNN Co 38IBro2dfNewYorkD- nrcbChloet TStWuhlnatonDC 4 W1Im mT Ono County Circuit CourtT F Dlrkhead JUdge lien D Ringo Attorney Oscar Mldklff JOllier Ed G Barrus Clerk Frank LFelix Master CommlaslonerY L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund U D Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputlesS AI- Jratcher L 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Ludy tucor keep e1reston Morton Post No 4 O A n holds regular meetings Saturday beOt the first Sunday In each month F11 Porter Commander R A Anderpr- ldjt Ohio TrIbe No 188 Imp Order fled Men meets second and fourth Wednell day nights In each month ISaac Foster ley Sachem J Ney Foster ChIef ot Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Monday night nt 730 G n Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary IOlCIAL ROSTER Society of Equity of National Officers C M IIARNETI Pres Hartford Ky L N SIAlTS Vice Pre Trenton III O D PAULEY Sec Treas Indianapolis OrrlcelsI Pros Georgetown Ky S n ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky CAL P KEOWN Troas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford K- yCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the IISignaturoo The Safest and Quick est Way to leilOllejT IS Ill LONG DISTANCE THfPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr tlrntielland Tell Tel GoI- xconroaATED i L H 11f rutI vw r i M 1 MARK THEDATE AND r fARK1T WELL Wednesdf1Y i ISTHIDAY w raro 22nd lstn9 DateJ OclockA- a M ia the HourCome J 1 N1NG FREE FREE Rockport Merchandise i 1 1000000 IF f OIIiiI I t NY T 4 GIES DRY GOODS COf- y I J J r ROCKPORT KY jia Doomed to Be Sold In Ten Days Regardless of For ierI Prices Cost or Beginning h f r EDNSDAY JULY 2INDII r The Gibbs Dry Goods O wSliplat Ihwr Inure Stock Consisting of HighClass Dry Gouda Clothing Shoes Furnishing Groceries Crockery Furniture Etc in the hands of the Arnericmi bpniwl1 Sales 4A3nr TEN1 DAYS TIME This magnificent stock will be turned loose regardless of cost former value Take into consideration the importance of Urn irolev It nnpftn illed in the annals df mercantile history for offering combines the highest qualities the lowest prices ever quoted i A AT THE TIMEiiight now at the very season of treytnlfhcn jwsu rare almost compelled to buy Summer Goods for I opt comes you means adopted drastic irfusureo to h1ib irovement decisive With this end in view we inaugurate this unparalleled and most stiv Ak KiTen Days Salt erer held in the State Kentucky No Sale could ooasibly be more comprehensive None offer a mater variety of attraction of sterling worth in closed all World Monday TuesdayJuly 2021 arranging Stock Marking Down Prices 1 Therefore this and corne to the Opening Wednesday 22 Our have RealSigniflceace Conjunction theHigh we Line Will Be Profitable Reading You 1Dry and I Hoosier brown Domestic full 3G iwcftes Wide actual value 7c yard TKK YARDS Standard Calico Simpsons CHPJB hlacks and fancies Antericiix and Calcutta blues and boiled rads actual calue yard 10 yards for 10 Yards Hope Domeirtfcfc lull 1Ibleached J quality bleached tall 36 Inches wide sort 10c yard Sale price 10 v torNine OO1 unbleached worth 30c yard lor 2- 15c c quality Organdie Lawns awl 1Batiste Sale price u J C 135c fancy Cotton doaMe19cwidth wash dresses yard 8tualc 1100 Voiles Panamas Mohair tItWool Batlste401ncheawlde darlaaal69ccolors yard 6shclrC i+ 9tavedC Ladles and Misses hose full length taut black double heel and toe never before at less then Wo pair I C Hose black or tan full length fast color Elastic top IHc values jjalt llcMans extra large linen finished white hemmed ready for use Eachu 3c Hens fine colored borders hemstitched positively worth I2 tc Each 6c Mans white linen full sized actual value 15 S price 7 c Kans Fast Black Cotton Socksme dlum weight double heel and toe worth ICc pair9cClothing for Men and teas spring styles showing latest thing In shades pat tern and fabrics hand jforsale In to 11- e oil fiD seasenable The popular position store holds in the confidence and esteem the people Ohio and Muhlenberg counties was never better than sow is an ori direct appeal to thinking people to whom the saving a dollar is the one We cannot impress upon you too strongly taking this wonderful Sale Sale that stands preeminent in the matted value to the and for this Sale Prices their only in Offer Read These Items Read Every the Most have Done in Years Goods Notitnrs 43c Arnolds Special suiting Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs hemstitched tach toaltlvely Boys ffneSultsnew paddedshould merchandise deserved economical instincts earning importance advantage and with Grade 63c Handkerchiefs Mens 700 excellent material 19mixedMens In a of fabrics well tailored and finished medium length coat made to stJll at600 the suit for 2 Mens Fine In plalnand fancies also silk embroidered never before offered at less than 20c pair Sale I ic Mens full length Suspenders web reinforced parts sale price 9c 25c values Ladles Misses and chil drens Hose pair 19c Boys Knee Pants Made up to sell at 60c 76c and 125 pall 39c 48c 89c Boys In sizes 4 to 15 good 98UIIC Boys Suits fancy mixed fabrics well 79upC I Mens Pants 49c a Leg Seats Free 300 Pants pair 2 29 I l L J rNr Railroad Faro to KyL i 4 rridius of 25 miles all those whp buy 2000 1 worth of iIi I J Time Value i it or vast is this at SALE RIGHT of could Muslin worth for offered ladles which this of of This sale ginal the of of equivalentto of of of pricecutting the of iStore Save Wait July Merchandise It FOR ic39c tJdi sale the Suits Suits variety 98 Dress Socks price good Suits years Mens Youths Pants sizes 18 to 22 years fan cy mixed fabrics made to sell at79C125 pair Mens 250 Pants pair jyLJjs i Shoes Shoes t f wholefamily 4 Misses White Canvass Oxfords solid 79etivelyLadles Oxfords Jn patent kid or vlcl 2worth69patent 98ccherMens heavy work Shoes Kangaroo and oil grain leathers solid through out full stock plain or cap toedou ble half sole positively worth 200 pair 169 Mens Oxfords in vlcl Patent Colt and tan leathers blucher style ac tual values In this lot up to 360 purl 2t7O e r r Do you like blunt frwtlr erfairy stories We trust that you who read have long since learned that noise is not business Every word and r SalesCompanyJ fi iii POSITIVELY NO iOODS CHARGED THIS SALE FORCASH ONLY t t Ii Wi 11 Ii I I i iJfob S I W Zr 9r ito Y y 6