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I L I fr f I lqnblicaurI t tfF Job Work DEVOTEE TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COU TVu Subscription 1 per Year- S VOL XXI HKRTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY24 1908 No1 0 LETTER fROM NEW MEXICO I Ohio county Boy Tells of ills Trip West Sees Great Future for LandFull Of Natural Re I sorsces t I Editors RepubllcanOn the 15th day of January we leftOwensboro by- wayI of the L H C St L R It hanging at St LoUIs we came over the Texaa Pacific to ElPaso After telllng St Louis the most Important dUes were Poplar lllutt Little Rock Tcxrkara DxUIns and Port Worth Between Fort Worth and ElPaso there are no towns of any size al though the distance is G3S inllis lb 1 of the country Isa dry desert with nothing growrng except Sage Brush and Cactus We lived at giPoso nI most three months ElPaso Is the gateway to old Mexko and the south- West It Is a great railroad center from which It derives Its entire resources I There is no farming near here It be inl a dry dselt country There Is a smeller near the city but no mines the ore being shipped from New Mex leo and ArIzona i The north side of the city is very Peautlful but the south side along the Rio Grundu river Is rugld and dirty the buildings are adobes Inhabited by lIexlca1lIwent over several Sundays and onui11aw Il iiex Ican Bull fight It was the most bar barous sight 1 over witnessed All I saloons are open on Sunday and all other business houses I did not like ElPaso because It Is too close to old Mexico and w many Mexicans there oJt made me feel like I was out of the I r UnHed States It Is also very dusty and smoky I went to see Mr R B Stevens while there lie IS from Beaver Dam and has been there 17 years having grown very irospeiuus- We left ElPaso and arrived at Carrizozo New MexIco March 27 Car rlzozcbeIng about IH miles north of ElPaso on the main trunk line of the Rock Island railroad Trains run through front ElPaso to Chicago dally and heIght trams are In sight most all the tIme There Is also a branch running from here to Capitazi a distance of 21 mAcs The town Is about the center ot the valley contaIning 1000 spuare miles The valley ill al most leo and very beautiful not a bush or shrub to be souii except those which heve been planted but the urroundlng mountains are overed with pIne and cedar which turnisit fence llosts lumber and fuel The vat ley Is surrounded by ountalns and at the top oI the White Mountains Is Nogal Peak 13000 feet above the sea level almost as high as Pikes Peak Cot The varley Is 5300 feut above sea level On the west sIde of The valley ntalPrls Indiana name meaning badlands It Is a lava bed 4S miles long and averages 40 mIles wide and is from 20 to 40 feet deep NothIng can cross It Far away one can see lhd crater which yeazs ago sent forth the melted Owa over that vest coUn- try It Is one of the wonders of the world The bottom of the crater has never been found and hIstory gIves no account of when It happened Carrlzozo Is in the Western part of Lincoln Co and Is the youngest and largest town In the county It was platted less than two years ago and now has a population of 1500 lihere are three gold and several sUve and loPller mines as well as Iron andcoal mines in the mountain In sight ot town Wild animals such as bears deer Wolves and Panthers are plenti- ml In the mountains I have bought two town lots and filed on 160 acres of Government land Have built a dwelUng and out bull dings and fenced the land putUni r f8 O In improvements but vould not now rellngulsh my Iclaim for f2000 The caley Is very fertile and the climate Is de lfghtful The formallonof the fiffithIs very strenge Geoopsts climate was once a great lake My well 1875 feet deep and the made soil seemed to extend all the way down round stone being mixed with the soil Indicating the effect of water currents The water Jtj clear and cool lut hard with Aika- 1lThrailroads cannot use Itls time I iAlkali mined the boilers and they a were conip lled to construct a lIpe line a distance of 35 uiilcs dyer dIe mountains It Is said the pipe line and rIght of way cost the company 15oooo Everything is very high hero Lumber sells front 3 to 5 thousand feet GrocerIes bread stuff dry good feed andhar ware as high accordingly buIvery kind and The town llot has a sllUare reserved for Court house and other public buildings and efforts are being mad to move the county seat from the lown of Lln cola with good ProsPects of sUCCess This valley was only repently thrown OIJCn to settlers being In charge of rtnchmen supporting thousandg of cattle and UIlCI when I arrived hero three months ago I could see GOOO sheep and more than as ninny rattle In one herd However they are fast dlfappcarlrg and ranchman tell me the grazing ground Is host II settlers are rapidly pouring In from the east and there will soon be no IlublIc- 1ulds left In the valley Seasons bore are not so good an in thin east but dry farming has proVen successful As for health this coun cannot be excelled I like hero better time longer I stay or course It Is new and undiveloped but considering thb pheasant beautiful climate the level green valley the rich gold silver copier and coal mines tILe grand mountain scenery abundant supply of tim ber railroad facilities and clever people I Can SEe no reason why Carrizozo- vaIlcy will not soon be the garden spe of the west My best regards to al friends In Ohio county ED MASSIE- Carrlzozo N M July 7 1908 EMPHATIC DENIAL BY DR HUNTER i L J Never Collected Money For RooseI- velt Campaign and was Not In Guatemala In 1904 Charges made by Dz Herman Pro we In the Deutsche Zeltung a German Paper publIshed In the City of MexIco HunlterMinIster to Guatemala had collected 10000 In gold from President Cabrera- of Guatemala which It was charged I was used In the Roosevet campaign of 1904 are denied emphatically by DrI Hunter I I DrHunterzays hat he was not in Gautemala durln the time charged by Dr Prowe but resIgned his nosition- in I November 1902 and returned to hits home In Kentucky Time following ear ho was elected to Congress from theIEleventh Kentucky district and DrlProIn Washington He said that between tJle date of his resignation and the subsequent election of President Rooso veil tuo yeazs be was not In Guate mala did not see anyone from that country did not communicate with any one on the subject of a campaign fund for the RepublIcan Jarty anl knew abs61utely nothing of the alleged thdrges made by Dr Prowo Dr Hunter said that at no time dur Ing hIs career ps the American repre sentntlve to Gulmtenumla as the subject of a campaign fund either for the canmialgzm of 1904 or any other year discussed by bun with President Cab rera or any other offlctlll either directly or indirectly and hechnracterlred the haiges as false from beglnthg to end He saId that he had never heardIot Dr Prowe and was at a loss derstand how such Infamous charges containing any reference to him could have originated In the mind of anyone Hartford p Boy Promoted I We chip the roIlowing from tIme Cat i lottburg dally Tribune wlilch will be I of Interest to the many friends of youmg Foster in Hartford and Ohio county The Tribune has added a new member to ItS staff In the Ilerson otr J Associate1EditorICentmcky hailing from HartfordOhloIcounty JIe cOnies to well recommended by those wimhj whom he has pr vlously been connect ed in business and The Tribune In turn commends him to the publi with whom he wUl have to Ueal In hits new situation asatruslvortl1y young man ot terling integrity and excopiontal worth He has a very pleaslnftad I 4ross and Is already making many yarm friends in cur city Any favor- sbestoed upon rtFoster in hIs rcjqnds of news gathering rivU1 be duly apreiated by the rnanageumen 1 1 0toIIi J HEARST A6MNST- VM J BRYAN Erstwhile Presidential Candi date Dont Mince Words Sends CableEram from Paris Say lug He Wont support Discredit ed Democrat Party Nw York July 17A cablegram has been reeehed from WilHam Ran dolllh Hearst In reply to a message from Samuel GUI11Iersstatillg that In view of the Demo ra Ic stand for la- borls would lie an act of the great est Imtrlot1sm for the Independence iartY to Indorse the DrnocraJc Illat form and urging hIm notrun a third tlcke as It would rlrct Mr Taft Mr Hearsts cablegram follows HEARSTS CA1ILEORAM- 1arls July IGTel1 Mr Gon1lers that I am not authorIzed to speak for the membership of the Indepoim deuce party but according to am- ylerscnnl standards a vurer patrIot Ism consIsts In laboring to establish a new PartY which will be consistently devoted to the interest of the citizenship and particularly to admn- tago antI advancement of the pro ducing classes I do not think the imtlm of llatrlot Ism ties in supporting a hisredited and decadent old party which has neither conscientious conviction nor IndorsIngIevery varyIng hue of opportunism I do not think the best benefit of laborIng men lies In supporting that ol puny because of a sop of false promises when time perfornmaimce of that jiarty while In power dId moro to Injure labor tlU111 all the Injunc lions ever Issued before or since I have lost faith In the empty pro fossion of an unregenerate Iemoc racy I have lost confidence In the ability In the slncererlty and even In time integrity of Its leaders I do not consIder It patriotism to pretend to support that which all n cItizen I distrust and detest and earnestly hope the independence ParII ty will give men an opportunity vote for candidates that are both able and honest and for a declaration of principles that Is both sounl and sincere Signed WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST Long Walt For Depositors The Owensboro Messenger says f There is no probabllfty of an early distribution to depositors of the as- Sets of the Dav1Ess County Dank and Trtt Company assigned and the Oweneboro Savings Dank and Trust Company In the hands of a receIver Neither Assignee E D Anderson nor ReceIver Pedley can make dlsrlbu Uon of any part of the iroeceds until certain pNUmlnary matters are determined and this cannot he done uuil time October term or the Circuit CourtIn the case of the Dwlcss County Dank and Trust Company the principal obstacle Is the question ot pref erenco of holders or Ulortage certl flcaus Judge D1rkhwd of the CIr- cuit Court has handed down an op Inion In the came holding toot mort gage certificates of deposIt are not entitled Ito prefercnce and that all credItors of the bank mut share alike There has howevcr been no order to this effect entercd and the proteat status of the case dJs net admit of an appeal The order will In nil probability be matte final at the October terra and un appeal will lie tmlcen by the hoMers of nmortgag- fceriUcats to the Court of Appeals Several mouths probably will he re quired for I deermnaUon of the qUEstion by the Court of Appeal and It Is practically certain that time as sIgnee will nci be authorIzed to be gIn a dltitrlbuUon of the proceeds btrOre the early months of 1909 In case o the Owensboro Say ing3 Bank and Trust Company the matter causing delay is whetlieror- tI the receiver shall redeem cer tuin notes or the bnk rediseounted with cvher banics rnolX1Uy the Fifth Nationml Bank dt Cincinnati- This quwion might eJblybe det- erJUlned 11 the August term but 1t143 15 a1cnimlnui term and itLs not- probaje IJtnt the CQIrt wIgic up civil ofgrnt imIi9ran e III that term Wei a ruling of time CIrcuIt Court Is ftnalyobtaJlle pit- t J 1 tills pbin tt Is probalte that an appeal will Ill taken to the Court of Appea1 or the effOnt renewed to hare the 1s31 renmoveil In the Federal Court On the whole thtre ullpwnt ILtitl- eIlroJablllty of the depomitors of otlt1- leJ of the bante rfcelvlng ahmh1ilI under ayear Croll1 thl1dtc iBirthday Dinner Quite an enjoyable occalson was a surprise bIrthday dinner glen Mrs 11- R Bean at the home of her daulh ter Mrs Y H Renfrow last Sunday It being Mrs Beaus Gtst birthday Time howe was beautlftuly decorated with roses terns ntlll other sweet flow i I ors to tuit the occasIon and the dining hurdonlofto eat a to bohod I iUIHISIItoIrters lilllrlnt the l11 WU InlIlu happy be Ecelog her cl1Prb II rein Ins and a taw II4ImlI githlld la o1h ltiC1 S laden wl1 good 111J g 0 Ial Then heIIJze iiiat IiI al tor her After zi IInJoabll doy aIIlIJI ogt th- er eaol u Si delLirtil itr Inm faeilng- In theIr nart that It wa ndfr good to bo ther May she live to spend many such birthdays Those pIeseimt were Mr and Mrs Wm R Bean Mr and Mrs Virgil Ron frow Mr and Mrs Ellis Mitclmehl and cumImingsdoe Ir lilt Irs Byron Bean and ehU- dren of east Hartford Miss Lake limes Ford Slle and Master Ilernmnim Renfrow Mdllenry One Presellt A STEP IN THE RIfiHT DIRECTION I P Is The Mantenance of the Hay And Grain Growers ASSOCiatiOn I Which Meets tomorrow InotJe J call meeting of the Grass and Grain Growers to meet at Union Simcot1 house Saturday July 25 at 1 p m This meetIng should bl made time mOjt Interet1l1g of the Itason the fact this ialtt or the flomI not had time consideration It slioud certalnlrIrtlleket Time object of the meeting Is to set a fair and equitabe vrice Oil this product Which J1l act all a IIrolcc- Uon both for the consumer anti bellll1howknows the price ho will have to pay for the product I The farmer will know better how ti run hIs business by knowlI wlma his product Is worth on the market and the first market should and can be made through the producer based on time price of production for there not one on earth who knows the IsI of lroductlon better than heIWe dunt want an one we can live Qn and met our de mands and not have competition among ourselves but set a irlce and stand by It We only raise one crop a year fa we wont have to be In such a hurry to sea It tilit5 a Yiar In grow the crop It also takes a year to consume It Talk It In your locals on the road side Send a good dI1gatlon trout your section Yours E M JACKSON Cromwell Ky it Sad Death Harry King onof Mr and Mrr 1 A iKug Bver Dlm died of typhoid fter lut Sttiidiay night a 10- oclock aur an Illnesl of twenty four days After funeral flen1ces- conrluchd by Rev A n Gardner his remains were lrsrrcd in what Is known liS the jmltl1 graveyard imea- rStlect sunday ue1ncGti at two oclock The decooHd who was only In the nlnetemith year of his age Itues a father motlttr t9hioJtera nOd two sIsters and many rlat- ves and trletlll1z tQ mourn his dozth This malos three sons two daugMtn nit grown Who havo dJld of typhoid fcwr ill tile InS five yours It iLd- db lon to thIs the bsreuycd parents liEt ft son and daughter only a few yua before1 thus leaving only four out of a tmmiiy of eLeven children rhe deceMId was the brother of our towrnmnn Mr R W King the JtV- eer The lltler and hIs mother era the onlyinembenior the family who urvLved hen ioi1ckt wIth tyjihOid fever The lerfUVril family pave the sIncerOeondoi nce of alL- I DELIOCHATS OF i DIXIE fOR TAfT Republican Candidate Receives Assurances of their Support Some Believe He Can Carry Georgia North Carolina Term Maryland and Ky Hot Springs n July 23Demo crats III nHI1 Southern States are yrIIiig to W U Jafl leclarilig theIr lurhoe 10 roft for him and devote whatenr may be In their IHJel to secure his election Letters of tlmis kind forum one of tIn lIIost interesting features of Mr Tafts daily increasIng JIII From Ileinocrats In lal1land Ken tuekr Tuinesree North Carolina arid GWIIa ho liar letters assuring hint tn in the luhltt of tlllJ writers those Sal will give Ihdl tltctorhnl vote UI t1O ltpIIlhicIfl I Irkit In lie com- Ing election lln lr Tart reads Hoe 10tI1I with limferest lie receives infrnlatIon that there Is IWIIl of cart yiitg GeorgIa with a feeling that on- the part of the writer time wish Is fa- thel to the thought intense feeling agalnlt the policies or fluke Smith In that state Is looked upon as the founl- atiolm of time bitterness of Georgia Democrats toward the election of UIY111 I1S they look upon Bryan and Smith as represcntlug the 1I 1I1f 11 1ra5ICromII go there will bo many Democratic votes to helll carry It Many of these Bern ocratlc correspondents have dlciuled- that time uomlnallon of Mr Bryan is1 because1Ivalgns had thlsposel of him as a cnn dldate of time Democratic party anti they believed there could bt a new I leadershlll of the Party wlmt they regard as truo DIIlUclac1 Mr Tafts mall Is constaimily In creasing and this elumis of letters Is forming a cClndl1l1 abe Intt or It While these Cxl20SiOhlS front Souh lIn DtnHtItIs ore regarded as hi lit out InIIIlUng lea t ii ie ot the oppP- ji Ion to tt Itryan wlhln his O- Wvlr rllllo IO man o hers 110- 1Ihltlilcrats In tle North Connectlcu bring iroiimIiuitin liat regliect FOR THE BUSY READER Judge James nreathltt Attornay Gen oral of Kentucky In an opinion holds the barber Inspection and examination law constitutionalS S S Time Illinois Central Railway Coot lauy has decided not to allow time sale of liquor otm illt3 of Its diners or buffet cars soutim of time Ohio River- S I Coal bargEs belonging to time West Kentucky Coal Company were blowum- lii with dyuianmitu and the towboat Harvester was fired uioii at Caseyvhlie Time engineer and night watchman on the boat were woundedJS S Mrs Philiip Stephoti who Is accuse of having left a check tar 100 undo the blotter on a Paducah Alderman desk will he arrvsted Gn a charge dbribery Irs Stephon was trying tll obtain a license for her husband tu conduct a maloon- S Dy unanImous opinion of time United States Circuit Court of Appeals ct the Seventh distrIct time case of hmi Government against the Standard Oil Company In which the latter was fin ed 29240000 by Judge Landis In time District Court must bu retired This opInion concurred In by Judges Baktr anti Seonman was delivered In Chicago yesferday by Judge S- Jnensed GroslcupI at the State Guard forI- caDlllng on the IIIopelUy of the Ill nois Central railroad at Iie Utile village of Cobb In Caldwell couimtty night riders by vrtcommcerted action Wednesday nmornlug burned timite de pots on the IllinoIs Central railroad be tween Hopkinsvile and Princeton Ky The stations burned were located at Gracey Cerulean und Otter Pond The loss of time buildings and other property sviii be about 50- 00uiniiy Mary Joe th eleven year old daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 T Burdette of Herbert KY died Dec 26 1907 She S tA i Will sick only a few days As death was approaching her mother spoke to her about going through time Valley of time Shatlow of Death arid If she had any fears In regard to time matter Wllh a loving smile time looked up In her mothers Taco anti replied r lun prepared ready and willing to goand to go now I have been lroimaring for months and years can mr brothers l11d sisters that I mar ten thom goodbye As timey came tearfully to her bedside site threw her arms around them one IW one and kissing them goodbye saying Dont weep for me I am go- Ing home Meet me In Heaven Toil lily schoolteacher and seimoolimmates goodbye Tell them to PrePare to meet me In heaven Kissing her Ila- DI goodbye she ralr we will meet above I ICU Jesus and the angels uoiimlng tor me beckoimiimg them with IlIJr ilttle hands Olt It Is so sweet to die and he vIth Jesus I am so iiahp Take U1l up nmaimma and she mo to Jesus She then said all ot yell gather Irounrl my beth that I may see you all uno moore before I go She nm so iright and young to be ealIttl nvay whlll lJuo ant with hope and hlostt1 wllh iinpplness life abounding In pleasure and was full ot promise nut inexeraile death came and cut short time golden web she was weaving ere It wal scarce begun She was ocd by all who knew her lii her suffering and death were it- iustratcd the lJemllts of holiness and the hoer of faith The shaft ot death necr pierced a nobler heart ItOr sent its cruel polsen into a llUlel lire lImit amid the gloom there dawns a via Ion of immortatity We dream of a faIrer brIghter future where death comes mmot and we w1l1 see Olaln the loved and lost M MRS OOUfiHERTY ENDS LIFE BY DRQVNIN6S b I Arose At An Early Hour Saturday Morning and Stole From The House Several times prevented fronm tak- Ing her own life Mrs Ida Dougherty- of the Itaizotown neIghborhood sue ceerled Saturday mornIng In ending her life by drowning herself In a ponll a short distance fronm her home Her body was recovered about half an hour later hJ Dougherty was about thirty five years of age She returned a few days ago fr0111 Louisville where she hall been In a imospital for three weeks for her health She was thought to be much improved In health and she seemed to be In good spirits Mrs Dougimerty had several times and she was constantly watched lmy members time fanmily to lweveimt her from carryiimg out her threat On Saturday morning she arose early and tiuieti stole from time imonuse with out arousIng anyone As soon as her absence was discovered Mr DouJher went immediately to the pond and found traCe of hIs wife A few nmin utes later her body Was found tim the pond The reason for her act was on ac count of iii health She had suffered for several yearsa nd often told her friends that she wanted to die Be sides her huwllnd one daughter aged ten years survives her it Surprise Dinner Mr ThQmus W Veddhiig who was t ytams old Mcuiday nnd his wLteMzu- aimci VuhlIiigwlo was S years old thE day brfcre were gHn a very mgreeable surprise at their retsidonco lIe 1r Sulphur Siringi4 lLut Sunday by- lhulr nU1l1EIOUS fritimds and relat1tsJ- n the way of a dlnntr In honor of hor annltIS11I Jut beforo the ioomm hour by lrearraIigemeuI theIr neghbcrs fritads and relaiiv s tp the numbo of scvutyfve or a hihundred Lgumim to arrive bringing with thl1I1 LtkEI well t3llfd with the best of edlbls and when the nOOIl hour had arrivcd a Iprnd was mnadim In the bauttful grove tim front rf time residence whTe Mr Wddhig has hired since his birth and all on toyed a bountiful veittii After which Ir Wedding made Ii very Interesting tulk inoersperittd with tnmrs of grot Itude of hinmself and wife for the many kindneea shown thmn on that octmslon In the afternoon thcee venerable old People nnt these assembled including f1xtel11 greatgrand hlldr1l v ere entertained by sJme select plee s from Mr Catch BoweUs raphopiione Mr WEdding has been tl Reptthlima I 7w I 1 ir V i I FMRrFFollowing Our Usual Custom We Will Give to Our Patrons in Hartford and Ohio Co Beginning I i Saturday July 3 2Sth to August lst Y White Goods I Heretofore our phenomenal value giving bargains were in our White Goods I stock This sale we are going to excel all former efforts Fine qualities in 12cI t 15c 20c and 25c our special sale 9 tipriceper yard C Embroideries For years we have been recognized as headquarters for values and pretty de signs in Embroideries For this sale for mer prices will not be considered We mean to give the ladies an extra oppor- tunityt for buying these goods 121c The JCrp 19broideriesC 39FrontsC Dont Miss Them Wash Goods Thousands of yards of fine sheer qualu tyof figured Wash Goods the very kind that sell for 12c and 20c A trifle early to cut the price so deep but a sale which mEans value giving Dont miss the 9cgoDry Goods 10 Yards best DomestIC 49c 10 Yards Heavy Shirting89c10 Yards best Calico 89c 10 Yards good Crash 89c 10 Yards best Bleach 89c 10 Yards best Dress Ginghams 99c 10 Yards best Apron Gingham fi9c- PepperelllO4 Sheeting 2l yards 59c i Supply yourself NOW i IIMillinerySeason too far advanced to make special prices only a limited quantity left Our advice to you is to come look the stack over select what you want make your price and take the goods Thats the way we do Millinery business in July and 1rAugust Our loss but your gain Hosiery Why pay fancy prices for your hosiery widen we can offer you such excellent Lr qualities for so much less We have bought GO dozen fast black Lace Stripe I Hoso excellent values worth 20c per pair anywhere They will be on sale L tomer at this time only 3 pairs to n cus 9c Handkerchiefs t 50 Dozen pure White Handkerchiefs a I usual lOc seller nice sheer qUtllitya big 9tC L I Our always popular Annual Nine Cent Sale It is useless for us to waste this space going into detail regarding this money saving event as those who have heretofore attended these Sales can attest to our genuine bar gain giving Not a fake sale nor one of those bubble sales but a sale of real uptodate seasonable merchandise at a low price Remember the Day a11d Date Our Clothing Department We devote one room exclusively to Mens Furnishings The larger part of this floor is filled with the latest style highclass tailored Clothing Our rule is to weed out all broken lots and sizes even at a loss A better chance to buy a real fine Suitlat a low price waS never oflbrad NOW FOR OUR PROPOSITION Our 1260 1350 and 15 Suits are going to be placed in one lot Not SIzes for every bodybut a good run of SIzes Our SuitX999Best Quality Table Oil Cloth two Yards 29C for Shoe DepartmentOur in this Sale If possible we do not want to carry any low shoes in any qual ity So we put the knife to them in this sale Our Correct shape Oxfords in Burro Jap Vici and Gun Metal The r 339stsI A limited quantity ourlPatrician and Priesmeyer Oxfords left For a lligh grade Oxford buy the Patrician For medium quality take the Pries meyer 350 Patrician Oxfords now 229 400 Patrician Oxfords now 339 300 Priesmeyer Oxfords now 239 200 Oxfords now 159 Childrens Oxfords regular 75c Slippers flOc 100 Slippers h 79c 125 Values t 99c Plenty of tune to wear them Buy them while they are cheap PAIRS BASEMENTIts so now that folks always expect some extra values in our Basement and they are nev or disappointed because it is kept full of household needs for 5c and ICc that cannot be duplicated anywhere for less ttmn 20c and 25c For this special sale we leave made extra efforts at value getters We found them and will hand them over to our customers GrIm itoware Chinaware Glassware Yoodehware Tinware Etc Its not our intenI Lion to make money in this departmentonly tq accommodate our trade To show yeubow 9Cper1 Towels An excellent time to supply yourself 1 j for fall Why not avail yourself of this opportunity 25 dozen of15x22 nice gcval3gcsalaDont wait Buy now Table Damask 3 Pieces of highly mercerized fancy patterns in Ipure white Table Linen 70 snches wide our regular 75c values Our 39cyardsWait for this sale Ribbons Bolts upon bolts of high grade Silk Ribbon an shades all widths from No 22 to No GO The kind that sOlls every gcthisMust be seen to be appreciated Ladies Vests 25 Dozen ladies full bleached taped neck and arm hole vest the quality that 19cElpecialOnly 3 to a customer Carpets and Mattings Why not supply yourself with these goods during this sale 25c Granite Carpet19c35c C C Ingrain Carpet 29c 3gc25cgcPrettyLace Curtains A splendid time now to supply yourself 125 values 31 inches IwIdeBetter grades 150 and 250 Curtains 119 tnd 199 per pair Put off buying until you visit this sale Money saved if you do Mens HatsliOne lot of men and boys Straw Hats carried from last season cost us from 25c gcourpickforMens 160 Fur Hats at 139 Late style Hats worth 250 199 Besf3 Hats 229 A good time to buy Dont delay Mens Coll rs Our pure Linen Collars nIL sizesstyles etc Regular lac or two for 250 values This sale only two for 19c Better buy now Lay up for a later day Pretty TIes 19c to 39c I Spot Cash j Nothing Charged r- t PQtCashh 4 t t i I 1- LL c r- b r r Ati 1 H 1 y fit l 01110 COUNTY REDISTRICTED r t Into Edircationlal andSubdisI tricts by County Board f 1 v One Hundred and nine Subdistricts Election In Each for one t Trustee Aug1 On Monduy July 13 1QOS the Still lof Shools of Ohio County James Mj DoWeese county Judge W11 lor and County Attoincy E M Wood ward x met at tho office of the Supt of schools nt tho Court House In Hart ford Ky pursuant to the call of ihe Supt for the purpcjo of yedlstrlcj ting the schools of 0 county The Hoard organized by electing J M DeWeese Chairman and E M Woodward Secretary Moved that the county be divided into six education fal dh1 oIlS IjJ1011 unartlmoifely adopt ted and thereupon the board proceeded to allot these educational divisional Into subdlstricts as follows t EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO Old No Name Subdlstrlct1 1I 103 Lawson 55 Chapman 2 66 Crowe 3 49 Buford 4 5I54NocreekI 100 Bcda 7 C Alexander 18 12 Sarvls Hill 109 consolidated 20 Dartlett 19197 4G Westerfleld lidated consoI 57 Crane Pond 32 13152ashlngton 48Clear Run 15 67Mt Morlah 161 78 Delraont 1- 745Greer 18 y EDUCATIONAL DIVISION XO2 Old No Name Subdistrict No S3 Taylorfleld 1 111 lagan Sugar Grove new dis trict 2 80 84 Burke Deanfleld consoli dated 3 76 Aetnavllle 4 6I24Miller43Sourwood 42 Haynesvllle 7 95Reynolds 8 59Friendship 91 ti 77 Clarke 10 93 Highland 11 39Jones 12 112 62Poplar Grove Gum Springs 13 14I34Trisler71Shreve 161 102 Pleasant Walk 171 EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO3 Old No Name Subdistrlct 121 37Tanglewood illeecfvalI ley consolidated 47 Basham r 2 33 NarrowB I 44 Hickory Grove 4 35 Davidson Station 5 122 Dundee 6 I73New Bamus v7 98rSunnydale 8- 3Palo v991 4Jlngo Sulphur Springs con Isolldnted 10 7Duff 11 5 Olaton 12 90 White Oak 13l I 94 Wilson 14 92 Shroadcr 50 Concord 161 2 Victory 17 tS 66 Edwards 18 8=Rlcketts 19 103AlmshouseE 20 EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO4 Old No Name Subdistrict No 63Antloch 1 69Arnold 2 9Cave Hill 27 89Select Balzetown 3I 107No 107 6i 23Horse Branch 71 120 Dyers 32Leach 1x1013- 1Salem 108 Hppewell s 30 Roslrie 12I 114rVlne Hill T 1- 329Mt Pleasant t14 38Daugherty 15I 86 Sugar Grove r1661 28 Vine Grove Hickory Rob Roy 17 36 Excelsior lSI 115Horton 19 26oak Grove 20 EDUOATIONAL DIVISION NO 5 Old No Name Subdistrlct No 79 Cromwell 1 11 Union 12 25Cooper v361 Prentlss 4 t y liO East Beaver Dam Vj 5 gg Taylor Mines 6 104 101S Sulphur Springs s7 11685Maxey Shultzlown eon Boiidated 8 65=Independence r9 22Taylortown Lvvv1f 7040akland 99 =Jubilee M v12J N vd r 13 Ai l- k COMMON SENSE Lead most Intelligent to use j dompositlonTherefore makenrtof watch print every Ingredient entering o hem upon tho bottle Wrap pers and attest Its correctness under oath Thocorn1to everybody r Pierce erVflrous of havln r tof InI tttta emgconfS mP cl yes s awn the mot I I t lr te Pr ts P p li nlicjv Itclng wholly made of the actlvn medicinal principles extracted from na tlve forest roots by exact proccs cs original with Dr Plorco and without tho uso of a of alcohol trlplercflnod and- chemically pure glycerine being used In stead In extracting and preserving the curkUve virtues residing In tho roots entlrelyfreeby creating an appetite for cither al angIDr Pierce arid you will find that his greatbloodpurifierregulatorthe medicine which whllo not recommended to euro consumption In Its advanced stf scsfco r1 dlclno will ilo tat j Vet does cure all those catrrrli1 cordl tfons of head and thront weak tiiomnch oakIUIIISunitflnnllyTaRe the Golden Modlcul disappoInttOUWon t expect miracles Itwont do supernatural things You must luIwhichDrPlercot l endcrsoinpnt of score of medical loaders tcttor thah any amount testlmnnialsTheymented with but nro sold hv rll dealers In medicines at reasonable prip 106 McHenry 141 6 Render 15 40 Williams 16 75 Elmwood 17 10 Goshen 1S 2lCool Springs fv19EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO 6 Old No Name Subdlstrlct No 74Central Grove 164St-ony Point t f 31SlPlnk113 Smoky 5 16 Ceralvo 0 87 Hickory Ridge 7 17Centertown S 11V Rough River O1 72 Waltons Creek 10 IS Upper Point t 11 60 Lower Point 12 IIS Coffman T 131 11 Brown 14 15 l 68 Hunter Bend consolida ted 15 It appearing to the Board that cer ittfii Subdlstricts are jxirtly In Is and party in other counties the chair man of the Board Is directed to correspond with officers of such counties mad to continue such arrangement temporarily It agreeabe with them On moOIon h Board idjourncd subject to the cull of is chairman JAMES M DEWEESE Chmn E M WOODWARD Sec The new school law makes many and Important changes chief of which is in the election duties and power of trusteesUnder the new law a trustee will be elected at the school house in each I SubdistrIct on the first Saturday in August The officers of such election will be appointed by the County Board of Election Commissioners but if 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 by the County Clerk to each Subdls trictElection notices and petitions have been mailed to every district These petitions when signed and properly filed with County Clerk will author- Ize him to print the candidates names on the ballots JAMES M DHWEESE S C S Length Dreams How long do dreams last A German savant Is Investigating the mat ter A writer In the London Chronicle says The dream comes In the few seconds before the awakening and has no relation to time or space This is clear enough tothe man who has never been placed under an anaesthetic for a short while and found time and space eliminated As an experiment thew rlter was placed under a whiff of chloroform by a doctor Then a return of consciousness the questions of the unlverseup through layers of consciousness with always the teel ing Now I have solved itandtho- no and yes alternating through centuries of thought And then the quizzical face of the doctorremember ed after a million years Hgw long have I been under The long hace have I been under The experimenter struggled up and saw the doctor with his watch in hand Ten sec onds the doctor said And the dreamer bad ben outside time for a time that has no measure Chicago Weiss A Callforplans Luok The luckiest day of my Tee was when I bought a box of Bucklens Ar- nica Salve writes Charles FBudahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of Itch fag piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other guarantfeotaUt v it+ XrE I NO DONATIONS FROM THE TRUSTS Judge Taft Says Committee i Will not Accept From Them- Has no Fear That Gompers Cat Deliver Labor Vote to Any Candidate I ThNationalaccept no contributions from corpora I tions said Judge William H Taft nepubllIand other questions Mr Taft said that not only would proIXaIj Federal law prohibiting such contrl buttons by corporations in connection with the election of President Vice President rcprsutatlves or Senators would be obeyed without regard to tiny question of validity that might arise In respect to any provisions of that law- Answering questions as to the ap plication of the national law to con tributions for the election of Presiden tial electors Mr Taft declared that ItIi As to the right of a labor leader to attempt o Influence the votes of memf bers of the organization of which he I Is at the head Mr Taft at first V1U quesItiohWhen asked aa to his Ideas of the power of the leader of alabor organl partyIor lniun I ould be predicted that there Is no socalled class of the American lectornf whose votes could be delivered by Its leaders mealIbeiexpression oft leader might Indicate how the remaining uncertain quantity might vote in the election but he declared that JUt as Is the cas generally IndeaVMigj with any socalled cltissof citizens before expression could be given of tho nature of their vote It would bo nec e sary to eliminate the members of one or the oher political parties The question calling forth this stac ment referred to President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of Labor but Mr Taft avoided making any personal refoence to Mr Gom pers or any other leader or organized laborAsked whether he would have any new remedy to offer for the socalled trust problem In his speech of acceptance ho replied that he did not know of anything new that he could add to a question that had been so widely discussed and stated that ho would have nothing to say on that matter outside of what he had said at various times in his public utterances Mr Tafts attenlon was called toj day to assertlcn of some journals re specting the liquor Interests that he is opposed to prohibition He refilled thai he had never publicly discussed the ethical side of prohibition and ho took ihe view as he understood Mr Bryan had Aone that the prohlbl tion Issue was not Involved in the na tional campaign From what had come to his atten tion In respect to the representations- of these Journals he Inferred that they had based their statements on speeches he had made in whclh he criticised the action of some State Legislatures in passing prohibition and other laws without providing the machinery for enforcing them Frank B Kellogg will return here1 Monday to further discuss with Mr Taft the features of his speech In re lation to the regulation of socalled tnicts Some AVarmWeajher Salads Ong of the prettiest of the luncheon or supper salads Is made by cutting the top from a green pepper removing the seeds with a knife or a stick they burn the skin If touched with the fingers and filling the basket thu made with chicken or lobster salad says ChrlstineTerhune Herrick in the August Womans Home Companion Each pepper may be placed on a maY onalse Another salad Is prepared by hollowing a tomato and filing It with dice of cucurnbgr or peeling a cucumber cutting It1n fhalf length wise scooping out the Inside and replacing this with dice of tmoattoes Serve either tomato or Cucumber on a lettuo leaf and garnish with cucumber rib bons These are made byshavin the peel from the outside of a cucumbep and then slicing this Take a slice it should be rather thickand with a sharp knife cut this In a spiral as you would pare an apple The ghav ing must be very thin as Itts not long before the seedy center is reach i44 1 I ed and only tine flesh of the cucumber will serve for the rlbons Cucumber boats filled with shrimps are a satisfactory dish for a cold supper May goodboLddressing t dcedjpopper very lOt make a good dish- Directory Fashion IWOlllon died like flies when their foolish vanity led them to follow the modes of the dlrcctorateeven In midI winter at the end of the eighteenth century I a Their flimsy muslin dresses worn- I even In the coldest weather and their lack of proper underclothing set up pneumonia and ended In galloping con j sumption Will the women of today succumb j r to so criminal an obedience to the dlc- OtkeIlyIt Is not In the least expected that WInIThclrgooll from a mode of procedure so suicidal I Nor can they be persuaded to relln qulsh the charmingly pretty petticoats with their ruffles 6T lace and entbroldIery that stand to them as of daimy feminity They are looking askance u tli satin knickers I Hut see tine effect of no skirts with a clinging classical evening yourIbo hurt Hew Is a gown of satin chnrniiiiH copied line for line from a ClgiI al hinj so artistically and dlllca ely that 11 result Is sheer beauty Ii would be to spoil all were the gown lifted at one sldo to disclose the san dal shoes and the anklets of gold of foolishly fond lOAS IJI t7 PI LEi+ Heart the The Kind You Have Always Bought Bignatll c Big Timberland Transaciioi In West Virginia iWhat Is said to be the largest single sale of timberland in the history of West Virginia has been made by this i ComIIpauyouce leg n development The par chasing company has mills at Rldgewa and ai Camden OH the Gauley wlthlj reach of the tract The complncd caipaclty of its mills is 350000 feet a reportedIacres wood chiefly virgin forest contain lug yellow poplar cherry oak maple birch ash and many other valuable woods i The land lies in a mountainous rC1 glon drained by northeastern tributaries of the Great Kanawha which j empties Into the Ohio about 300 miles from PlUsburE It Is one of tho largest and most valuable bodies of hardwood I timber remaining In the Appalachian region Many of the mountain ranges which cross the tract are from 3000 to 4000 feet high and covered j to their summits with rich forests North of this tract but drained by the same streams lies another holding of 129000 acres recently se cured by a pulp company This Is covered with spruce and hemlock with many patches of hardwoods Develop ment of the property It is said will begin in the immediate future The two bodies of lard lying In the same squareiturned into marketable products The stripping of the forest coyer from a region so large and so j mountains will be watched with I Interest by those who study the of feet of the soil cover on stream flow The rainfall over the region is very I heavy more than four foot annually I Snow six feet deep on the timber ed mountains while not usual is an I occasional occurcnce hire Is sure tot follow the usual methods of lumber j 1 ing and unless this region is more for tunate than most limbered tracts in that part of he Appalachian plateau I many of the summits and sides of the t i mountains wil be haul bare j down o he solid and rocks The train I fall and melting suotf which are now retarded by the forests will then pourIdown the naked slopes and cause tructive floods in the lower streams and low water Will follow West Virginia is one of the states i which has taken no measures tect Its valleys from floods by llreservl- Ing the forests on the mountains Its woods are being cut and burned more rapidly perhaps than these of the fact that it Is by nature a fo est statewhfch soils and stltuatlons sui- tedI to almost all eastern timber tree IIt might perpetuate its forests and I I have woods of immense value always theltI treesaremeanliall the difference between wasted hillsides and well stocked ores ripe for4heax A few years would bring handsome returns from tin investment t w j g ablePrcparafonferAs a slmbatingllteFocdantllte ula t ng the Stomachs on4Bowelsof Promotes DigestionCl11erful ness nnd neither 9piumorplune norfincral orNtUtcoTIC Jdttee c uJrSJMJEImtllEll StulAJMSJI8 ewe f r1IJiaadn forConstipaDon 1ncss1 VYQR i EXACT COpy cc WRAPPER r W 0 ASTORIA i For Infants and ChildrenI HaveIAIway ght- B fears 1 Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORA TNI tNTAae e0YAT NC d1 TORE CITY 11 Jt8 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek OwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLicANand New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 4 29YEARSi lW Of Honest Business Reputation- is tBack of Eve- ryMONUMENT I SOLD BY US bt GEO MISCHEL SONS t f l60 fi =PROPRIETORS i Owen boro Monumental Work E 4 4I2 I14 tar Mralu St Yards 214216218 Clay St W 9 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY 5 Mt I Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You i Money on All Good Honest Work t ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place Wo can suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting ftnr you without even asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without eaying 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 108 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORLJMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop t 1 df I J Cts Hartford RepublicanC- BARNETT t fiDl OBs Nqjt OP81i118S I J5 znc J5s 6urn Otln4Ciiuch t 33 FRIDAY JULY 21 REPUBLICAN TICKET II For Prelsdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of Onlo i v For Vice President HON JAMES S SHERMAN n of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dlst DR DAVID W GADDIB of La Rue CountI Both a two time loser Bryan and Kern will know how to take It grace fully Government ownership of Airship may form a good Issue for Mr Bryan In 1912 There Is one thing In common be tween Hearst anil Bryan They both own their party We have searched the Denver plat form In vain for any reference to the third battle on 16 to 1 These are days when it behooves a politician to be careful if he is carry- Ing two brands of cigars In his pocket To prove that he believes in free raw material Mr Bryan handed some of it to Tom Johnson and Col Guffey at Denver Dave Francis was too wise a bird to undertake to fly along the route over which the Ur all proces slon is heading Col Guffey has recovered sufficiently from his Injuries received from the steam roller at Denver to express his fears that Pennsylvania may go Repub llcan this fall- Democrats and Republicans are trying to out do each other In their de termination for publicity of all cam paign contributions Inn we have heard nothing from the Populists or ProKlbl tlonsists Is it abouttithe n for a Walter son editorial on the fungus negro vote However we suspect If the nor gro vote could go to Democracy It would lose much of Its funguslty In the estimation of Marse Henry How do you olks like the change In the State Administration Hart ford Herald Very well thank you However we would like It better If you had left a little change in the State Treasury when we mado the change It Is announced that the Phonograpa Is to be used to make Mr Hryanu speeches over the country Great cave should be exercised to prevent mistakes unless all the old free silver and antiimperialism records have been dlstroyed Mr Hearst announces that he cannot support chameleon candidate Bryan and also states that the Democratic party has shown istelf dishonest de claring that wlillo the party was in power it did more harm to labor than all the Injunctions ever Issued This is the same Hearst who waS supported by the Hartford Herald for the Presidency in 1004 Now let Mr Bryan or Mr Taft corns forward with the proposition that no money is to be used in the campaign I Absolutely none There may be fewer spell binders on the raging stump telling their hearers how they love their country and want to help save It There will be several hundred fat sleek well fed socalled clerks whose services will bo dispensed with at the various headquarters of each political party in New York and Chlea Willibetheir sentiments but a selection for President will be made and the Country Eavtd Just the sameiA great deal of dissatisfaction has ofdOhiosnap Judgement In the election of a county chairman recently Mr G B Likens who has been Secretary of the Commltttec was elected o fill out the unexpired term of J P Stevens 1 Onljabout oftwhlchper as customary Secrejtaryblank proxy all made out in the name of one man and were all vo1 notlknownra t en up at tho meeting It Is hinted that the whole scheme was pulled off looking to Important party nomlna dons next year IS IT POSSIBLE- A dispatch from Bryans homel aij view published In the CourllerJourn al Friday Contains the following sur- prisinG statement One thing is definitely settled and hat Is thatt he chairmanship of the National Committee will not go to n Southern man because of the attitude of the Southerners toward the negroes Although Mr Bryan thinks highly of Mr Ollie James of Kentucky and his name was prominently considered forth place the position taken by Mr James Eome time ago in favoring the disfranchisement of the negro made hi appointment out of the question Is this the same party which has ostracised Republicans In tho South so jnany years because they cnlmvd the negro voted their ticket Has it come to this The Democratic candidate for President depending on the negro vote for success Perish tho thought Arc Southern Democrats to be punished because of their attitude toward the negroesSt How times do change The question naturally arises as to tbe attitude of the Democratic President should he be elected by the col ored vote toward dividing the offices with them Are we In danger of a ne gro Postmaster at Hartford and other points in Kentucky These matters are referred to The Hartford Herald for solution HEARST AND BRYAN The New York American owned by William Randolph Hearst and tho most influential paper In New York makes the following sarcastic com ment on the nomination of Mr Kern for the Vice Presidency- In naming John W Kern for Vice President the Democrats sclected the personal counsel the personal friend and the personal choice of Torn Tag gart who dictated his nomination In the light of this choice Mr Bryans offer to divide the White House with Kernshould he be elected presents Intorsting possibilities Once In possession of a wing of the White House Mr Kern may want to divide It with Mr Taggart whose na tural Instinct wouid prompt him to turn his half of the wing Into a gamb ling house At Taggarts trial for running a common gambling house at French Lick Springs Kern was the lawyer for the defense As Mr Bryan knew of Mr Kerns subserviency to Taggart when he permitted him to be his Vice Presidential candidate he probably would see no objection to Taggarts residence in Kerns half of the White House With Kern and Taggart In ono wing and Bryan and Ryan in the other acv celeration of tho national currency might be taken care of without much help from the Secretary of the Treasury or the National banks MEET US HALFWAY We notice that our esteemed con temporary The Hartford Herald this week gives Its hearty approval to an editorial from the Hancock Claron which urges an early primary and the rcuonilnatlon of Circuit Judge Blrk head and Commonwealths Attorney Ringo for another six year term to be followed by endorsement by the Republicans thus making their selection unanimous Now this Is all very nice and these Democratic papers are to be commended for taking such a nonpartisan and absolutely fairtI po sit Ion on the question of taking the judiciary out of politics This Is in line with the Republican State plat form adopted at Louisville last year However the proposition in so far as it suggests endorsement by the Re publicans is open we presume for amendment commitment or debate We have a Republican Circuit Court Clerk Mr E G Barrass who has given the people equally as good service Ins either Judge Birkhcad or Mr Rlngo and his position is in which politics should goerntilan the other Will The Herald agree to give him a clear field and place his name on both ballots If this is not possible because other counties are affected we suggcsUUiat In as much as this district showed a Republican majority last year the Republicans be given either the judgeship or Commonwealth Attorney If this can be arranged we tthlnk Republicans of Ohio county will Join you in this laudable proposition Now on tho matter of choice of positions we presume The Herald would favor Mr Ringo for re tentlon as he is an Ohio county man and one time editor of The Herald This Will tult Ohio county Republicans and we are Informed by a prominent Demo cratic Attorney of the Hartford bar that Democrats will not be a unit for Judge Birkhead and of course If that Is true you could not expect Repub licans to be a unit for him Now there is only one possible objection which The Herald could have to giv- Ing the Judgeship to the Republicans Its owner Is Master Commissioner for Ohio nonparIlllannot for a moment allow this trl o u o vial matter to stand In the way especially when glvlngj us the other place MrRingoBienhave to take the Commonwealths At torney In order to keep tho1ISler Commlsslonershlp at The Herald offlo where It will always bo safely non parilsan we would prefer tha tho Democrats give us a nominee uc support for Judge who would give u nt least ono Jury commissioner In Obi county In six years We do not desire to he understood as treating this matter In anyJiIng but a serious way but The Heralu will readily agree that there are nilI number of details to bo worked out fore It can be put into execution am we invite it to assist us In bringing about this very much desired result Unsafel Indepcr I who controlling editor and principal owre Is a Southern Democrat Adolph S Ochs of Chattanooga In rn eclioi V review of the work of the Denver convention expresses the view that we be hero will be genrally accepted by the conservative elements of that party that has hitherto refused to follow William Jennings Bryan and that wV turn the political tide to William Howard Taft with tremendous force in hi Eastern States and will largely In fluence the result In other SrsThe Times says In an editorial leader We know that public policies th old and the new alike will be executed by Mr Tart reasonably wlih calmness with sanity He Is less ropy pulsive than Mr Roosevelt not given to disturbing utterance averse to spectacular and ill judged display We know nothing of the kind about Mr Bryan for he has not been tried We do know that his mind Is unsteady his principles unsafe The country has twice recct d him for that reason If he at all believes what he says what no continually preaches to his follow ers what ho causes tobe written in his platforms his election to the Pivui dcncy with the power and the In111 I 11111measurabe dldutes Is so marked and distinct so I1lffer1encethat tho relation of Mr Taft and the I election of Mr Bryan would be an ap palling evidence of popular delusion If Mr Bryan Is satisfied with Mr Kern nobody else will complain We are glad that the name of no Eastern Democrat was put on the ticket Real Democrats from this part of the country with ont accord declined the doubtful honor Judge Gray would have none of it Mr Littleton even said that his conservatism made him unavailable Mr Bryan wanted a New Yorker for perfectly obvious reasons I but New York stolidly refused to present a name The nomination of an Indiana man is appropriate and congruous BUFORD July 21Mr W P Jewell near Livermore visited friends and rela tives here last week Mr Sam Rhoads and wife went to Owensboro Monday on business Mss Gertrude Fielding of Owens ensboro is visiting Miss Belle Hol brookMrs Mary Newton returned from u gflJtcT T 9JTifi W 11K t THE BRECKENRME I tCOUNT M I a I J n J f si KymS t September 12h3 tA display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show tAn Exhibition of Sheep Hogs and Poultry A fi Running Race each day A Trotting Race each day s Floral Hall the in the State to 4 tt4 4 4i 4 4 5 Beaver Dam last Wednesday where she had been visiting for three or four weeks Mrs Kern Alva and children of Hartford are visiting Mr G W Jewell and family Mr Ford Dodson and wife of Hen derson visited Mr John Blair and oth er relatives from Saturay till Tues dayMiss Katie Pcndleton of Hartford visited Mss Mary anti Jennie hell last week Miss Earlle Mayo Magan attended the teachers examination at Hartford last Friday and Saturday Miss Eugenia Howard of Owetisboro Is visiting her aunt Mrs Walter Blair this week Dr Jlmmle Yewell of Oklahlma visited his aunts Mrs B F Graves and Mrs Mary Newton here last week Mr W N Blair and little daughter Nellie of Beaver Dam visited John Blair and wife Weduesday night of last weekMr Charley Magan of Kansas City Missouri Is visiting his mother Mrs Laura Magan Miss Edith and Ethel Conley of Evansvllle are visiting their mother Mrs Roy Richardson Miss Laura Manker Is visiting her sister Mrs Fred Ambrose of Owens boro Mrs Noble Hudson and family visit ed Mr Jim Garrett of Owensboro from Saturday untlll Monday News was received here of the death of Mrs Pate Taylor of Reynolds last night She Is the mother of our fellow townsmen Messrs I V and Ollle Taylor The burial will take place at Bells Run tomorrow Miss Sadie Hudson of Hartford visit ed the Misses Magan from Thursday until Sunday NEW DYNAMO FOR THE I HARTFORD LIGHT PLANTn The Kentucky Light and Power Company has just installed a new 1500 dynamo of the latest and most Improved make It has a capacity qf 6000 lights 16 candle power Hartford can now boast of one of the best equipped light plants In Western Kentucky and our citizens should see that It Is sustained by giving It their patronage Thb company is composed of local capitalists who are among our most substantial and enterprising citizens A first class electrician will behere In a Ce Yln sometime wiring houses The Tatwill be the most reasonably over okthetowtjoffice c t wll Jj J + a i NEGRO KILLED AT- CASSEDY CAMP Rufus Rakestraw Meets Sudden Death at Hands of Wash i Holloway The railroad earl of Mr A J Cas sedy at Muddy Creek bridge was the scene of a killing early yesterday morning Rufus Rkaestraw and Wash Halloway two negro laborers became Involved in a quarrel over seventy five cents The trouble began Wednesday afternoon and was kept up whilo the men were In town ow of them canto near shooting at the other on the sheets At the camp about six oclock yesterday morn ing Holloway borrowed a pistol from one of the other laborers and the trou ble was renewed Rakestraw having a large club In his hand at the time of the shooting Only one shot was fired taking effect in the side and dealth was Instantaneous Rakestraw had a razor In his pocket when exami nedThe Holloway darkey made his escape at once and has not been apprehended Judge W B Taylor was notified and held an Inquest the jury returning the following verdict We the jury find from the evidence that Rufus Rakestraw colored came to his death by a gunshot wound from the hands of Wash Hol loway alias Dago colorCdat or near 615 oclock a m July 23 1908 at the camp of A J Cassedy at Mud dy Creek on the M H E Railroad- A J Casedy Foreman E E BIrk head R D Walker French Vickers Charley Talley Arch Stalsworth BALD KNOB July 21We are needing rain very badly Rev Horn filled his appointment at this place Sunday Misses Floy Taylor and Elsie Hockw spent Sunday with Miss Oma Leach Miss Ollle Ranney spent Saturday night with Miss Pearl Leach The entertainment given Saturday night by Mr and Mrs R C Jarnagin was largely attended Messrs Downey Miller Clarence Allen and Jesse forrence furnished the music Mr John Henry Leach attended church here Sunday Mr Oak Sanderfur filled his regular appointment Sunday at MrR P Leachs The little daughter of Mr and Mrs J 111 Leach died Friday the 10th and its remains were Interred Saturday- at the Leach burying ground- SMALLHOUS July 22 Messrs Allen and Angus Buskin are putting a new coat of alnton Equality church Mr James Withrow lost his barn and contents last Wednesday afternoon by fire Orgln of fire unknown Mr Opple Klttlnger Is preparing- to have a new dwelling house built Mr and Mrs TR Barnard Hartford were the guests of Mrs Sallle Drake Friday and Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Friday night They were accompanied home by Mrs Sam Morton who will spend the week with them iMlssTJettle Geiger Centertown is in our midst visiting relatives and friends She was the guest of Miss Ethel Hunter last Thursday Friday dad Saturday r Mr GGeorge Reid killed a large rat grasswhenhedrat f t1ti fit I17 j chine had cut the reptiles head off theIMr Edgar Boehm Sutherland Is the guest of Mr Alva Calloway j Misses Minnie Bean and Hera Ross were the guests of Miss Ethel Hunter Saturday night and Sunday J Among those who attended church at Equality Sunday morning and Sun day school at Smallhoiis church Sunday afternoon were Misses Nettle Geiger Minnie Bean Bera Ross Center town Mrs Willie IgieheartMntanzas and Mr Edgar Boehm Southerland Mrs Charlie Fuhrlre of Evansvllle Is the guests of her mother Mrs Mary A Tlchenor Mr Owen Hunter went to Hartford last Sunday Life In a Bunkhouse The Bunkhouse the homo for thee rudderless wrecks who drift1 Is vividly described by Alexander Irvine In the August McClures Of n place not far from Chatham Square where he made his headquarters be says The entrance to It was a slit In tho front blocka long deep narrow IndescribablynUhr trance was the name of the house and Thelowertwelvecent bedcots the upper floors were bunk dormitories A bunk is a strip kof canvas For seven cents a tothestretch himself on the bunk or he floorThe bed was changed once a month if a man wanted toilet accomodations he paid neverhadA ten or twe1ge cent guest had awardrobe It was seldom used but It was there At tho head of each cot tortheguests but In the old days wise guests slept in their clothes I have known of unsuspecting wayfarers who de posited their belongings In the wardrobe looked It and hid the key under 4 the pillow and next morning had to wrap themselves in newspapers or in a borrowed sheet until they could reach a Jukstore The key was safe haddisappeared ROSINE thisconmunity Mr John Johnston and family visited SundayWalterParkthe Roslne burying ground Monday LucillenSundarvisitIngthis writing t MrRobert visitedtheirattendedSunday listatJJtngand family sonTomn day LabernvHines and family of near this JennletDayandBal I tpwnfrom Friday tm Sunday vr I N- t A 1p It jjw1 P t i9 w t iAr t 4t2pm m t di+ ti +C f 1 w A 1 j t f t T l Tl I nfbrt fiU fJ L 1- I b f 1 3 Hi17 r t r Jl Almmer 01 gn le i I r i I I We are lei sed to say that wehave hada most satisfactor r business- durji the past aping setsn Still we have too many goods we want more ream for our fall stock We wouldrather have the money than stock Wa re going to commence right now and make GREAT SACRIFICESf fInour prices In order to convert clothing into cash Dont stop to look into your pocket book You wont need much money to partici pate in this sale Note these prices and see if you think you can afford tQ stay away The early buyers will get the plums I x500 Suits nt 308 750 suits at 5UO 1000 suits nt 750 1250 snits nt 000 1400 suits at 1000 1500 suits ut 1050 1600 suite nt 1100 1700 suits at 1 fU 4 1800 suits at 1300 Carson rCPlcomOltATEn Hartford Ky 4 f- hiartford RepuhliCaflFR- IIYAY JULY 24 III nolsCentral RallroadTlmO Table Norh Huts slit Ron U Hnnpd- No 132 due 40bahn SO l2lIi t81uN- oIrIue12aOp UI SuoIIfI due 2 4S p I- INfI02dntt48 1111 NutetduSpin Bring and Chickens to James LonsIThere Is certainly something doing In Candles at Lyons Grocery Mrs Sam Morton Ceralvo Is the guest of her daughter Mrs T R Barnard city Miss riargnret Reid Rockport Is the guest ot Mr and Mrs W H Griffin city Try a can ot French Drip Coffee Every can guaranteed Sold by James Lyons Mr 0 DLikenTandson Edward re utrned last Friday front Eddyvl11e and Dawson Mr Clarence Fields New Orleans La Is the guest of his mother Mrs H Fleldsc-ltYr Mrs W P Render and daUghters Nary and Mabyani are the guests of Mrs C E Smith Misses Leona Maddox and Ella and Matte Moseley returned Wednesday from n visit to the Mammoth Cate- 1Ve I are headquarters for groceries small profit Is our mottoI4711 SCIIROApER d O Mrs Armanda Phillips returned from Slireve Monday where she had been to attend the burial of Miss Moilo Butter T Mrs L T COX and Miss Bertha Mae LeachOwensborowerethe guests ot Mrs M L Heavrln the first of- theweetC r line ot lO 12J2C5C 25c- Lawns J never Vras socompleheW0 have them 111 albs rkdes and 4attetna CARSON t oc1 IMIYe jVinonaStevens returned Mo- ndayfromi a few visit to the fa i mllt Pf Rev J HBurnett at Spring fieldhTenn For SaleDwelling stOry find half eight rooms new located South aided Yfti4treetIitutford KY P IC te For t16h1arW ca11 DARNETTaSlnm I 01 i 10 1 hcr IiJf 1 iiM t IO Cots Cota Cots lW to 2OO CARSON 8 CO Typewriter Carbon can be had at this office Miss Alma Glelln Owensboro Is the guest of Mr J H Glenn and fmlly city Mrs Ed Miller of Philadelphia Is the guest of her parents Dr W Alexander and WICe city It Is wonderful how much money can be saved on a grocery bill by trad Ing with Schroader 8 Co 47tf Mrs J E Davidson and children are the guests ot Mrs Davidsons moth er Mrs Nancy Alford White Run Mrs John Soden St Louis lowas the guest of her mother lira R R Wedding the latter part or last week Mrs R T Collins and children of Louisville are the guests of Mrs Col lins parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox We carry a complete line ot the worlds greatest shoe makers Shoes the W L Douglas Shoes CARSON CO Messrs John Blair Buford J H Wood Ceravo and Owen Hunter Smallhous were among our caners Monday FOR SALEM bay share 15 hands high 8 years old saddle and harness fIne style Addrees DI J S Dean Olaton Ky- LostBetween Chester Rowes and G D Hemns ladles purse containing 450 Return to Mrs Sarah C Stroud Centertown Ky County Attorney E M Woodward Dr A S YeweU Messrs John T oloore and J C Wagan attended the Owensboro Conuiandary Knlghttl Tern plar Monday A step abeadlln quality a step be bind In price thats The guiding rule on pur Shoe tiepaiLinent You pay- less here and girt better material and smarter thapest CARSON 8 CO Messrs G lIenJlngo U E BIshop Smat1boersT H Benton Cen tertown W S jGalns FordsvUle J H Thomas Narrows and J W Barr 51t were callers Wednes lay nOnrour Dearer Dani lase ball team won an eaeY Same fro MoHenrY at Taylor IInes July 19 he acbte t22 tqlO The feature oft game was the pitching ot Peters ly allowing 7 sca- ttereiIhits Bah ries BeaverDa Eeferii a6dtiBf kenship McHenry- RobfnaonCarge and Anders t a II8 KimtrtCeraivo lsithn otMiss Dukd I j For SaleA praoLicully claw 1Iq ll- I logwaEon A A Sheifleld IIartford- Ky o Itt I 7lhennembers of Hartford Carpenter Union will have II IICI11C near Lila ICo Plant Sunday oJ i i j iMr Its yCblinvrouiavill nlrltr- ea to do njhis family who are visiting e attves here Rev N F Jones filled 1 his ttnt npppinltneI1 at thtl Dapas chulh- I Sunday and Sunday nigh Jerome Allen COfLl1tr Hartford R llo D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour II t Miss NaucitTlrdres ofos ltwn Is the guest of Mlrs Amileblorcland- ori the No Creek neighborhood I A few more twoprice sunriiier Suits at a very lOW price They must go rEShrcle of profit CARSONN COI will an Old Folks day at IThere Methodist church the first Sun August at 11 n m very i body invitedv Conic to my Grocery and see my new line of Toilet Goods You get JOOIto naVIU Shaver Estancla New Mexfco Born to the wile of Dave 3rilier Con Ual City I fine boy on WednelHlar morning The new comer Is the first townsmaniRev Elgin Iljhd lula regular appoln r meat at the Methodist church Sunday old Presiding Elder Hays preached at night and admlnlsttlrttJ thu Lords supper toa large number or eOlllllluni- I cants andItwrotier w tendtd ht surprise birthday w1IjVtdding and daughtera will visit rriend and reliiveu In the Barretts ferry netghberhvcd for a frw days bt- or lUUulllg i The Hartford Baptist church ii h the membEr of nil deparmeats of- heI Bible tchcol will their an anal picnic nt thE Far Gruundt beginjntngdtuntkt of chcetn coyenant mofthhg and rcllrall Evcty member of rlue church to urged to tie present or I anal reason for ltuIIce All are nClIctcd to trirg lunch und any of- yota rlends uml visitors I Mr J Y Sngrer of near Cmtert- lWII was awarded the COOTact for the grading on the levee on the Hnn ford and Cntautawn road beginning at Hartford and running one ndle west of Hwrtfcid Mr Stogners bid waj 16 fEms ptr cubic yahd It- isj planned to mUM the levfe three feet higher which It Is claimed will yui It above high water mrk It is ctlmatEd that It will require the mu + Itg of 14000 able yards of dirt And In the language of Mr Holbrook one of the commie lnierr work Li to be begun nt once It suf sooner At a rfcfnt cltcuJon c otrlCf1lS of llaiford lcd c ot Maoo1Jlfti the following were tl dotd Oal PKfown- Pait Command L P Foreman Commander Will Glllcsple Lleut Commander D E Thomas Record Keeper Berry Taylor Chaplain J C DeonDEU Strgront Wnr Hines Master of Annsj Henry Maddn Is Jlastcr of Guard James Glllespte 2nd Masttr of Gtiard R W King Son lnfl E lJ P andiekni PiCket A good crowd oeSlr KnlghM wua present and all lIre requfstcd 6 be present nt instulintion the first Thursday nslut In August Among the Lodes The Eastern Star Chapter will hate important work at its meeting Mon- y night Tho Masonic Blu9 Lodge conferred buslnesslsession s Rough Rivcr K6tP lodge o 110 held a very Interesting sCJIslonTUs aay night Knight E D Pendleton was elected Chupcellor Commander and Knight E P Moore vlco Chancellor AU the now officers will bein stalled next Tuesday nlght and rep freshnlentswi be served KnlghtuJas H Williams James T Sanderfurand R D Walker was elected Grand lodge representatives and Will attend the session ot that body in Lexington In September The K P boys vera all glad to have Knight Clarenco Field with them once morel Notice To the grllss cad grain growers ot Ohio county Iam requested to call a meeting of the gratis and gratin grow ers to megftal Unioi SChool House onStufdny fitly 25th at 1 p m for tiep jo e ol Sttiytgprlce On same JOHN M SHULTZ t+ 1 n ir r- i t r Fa iRullin ONI tiWHilE JREAGIHN6 Tlie Bait of Lightning came Dow A Flueand Chandclier t Striking Dlviii jn1el W M Flouter lmll received i t k r Irum relhtS In Texas th 4wcg Ineresllng story- A hoic of lightening atruek and kill Qd fin T H la1I1 aged 5i years I CYuis evangelist at the little chard ii a China about 15 miles We of ttiacty on the Snuharu PaclU- rallruad ljit evening about 0 oc4lcl just as ho was cloning tho evening alrrice3Ir Iigln had holll the services alit dliYl d a sermon fie had askel any one In the congregation who s- doelred to onlc forward und join tit ol1urh as Is usual at the close of services and he had steppeil down trout the shall platforut and stood direct In front of the pulplt and on the flan ot the building Idu was directly beneath It ehulleller which wU at tae cd o the colllllg near a flue use In ifl wInter for the stove pipe On man a Mr Yancy had conic forvar and aakmu namlll with Mr Fagil- auda Ile Instant there came a fHul- lot Ikttniag and Mr Faglu fell back ward against tIO ppiplt and died it stantyTice bolt of lightning extnguishe Iel light In thu church und tin shtick knocked Mr Yency down bu- oherweI no damage was dune to thc building and no one olsu In the churel ft tH shock Thu building was no set on fire and the only marks of tl- ii1Shtttr K was a blight sCOIchl- narllu1i ice coiling neat tiim flue Th congregatiur was uaurail deeply starred by the extlaordhlalJ- OCCIIIute and us soon us order wa obtalaed the body of the stricken mat was enderly laid upon benches am- Idnalnd In the church all night stir rounded by those whom he had knowl and wao had loved and respected hint WilITESVILLE July 21Mrs C A Keily Misse Alberta Blrkhead and Carrie McCarl Y visited at Mr John MoMeys Sunday Mr Cilnt Itodden went to Owensborc Sunday Mr and Mrs J J M1dkif return ed trout their son Georges yesterda where they have beet vishlug sine Sunday McDonald mill wife were tilt- guetL of Mr alter Cook on las Thuredsy Mies Addle McKlriney of Oweusbor Is visiting Miss Elizabeth Stinnett thi week olr J A Edge of dabllrg was 11 town Saturday Mr EsUil Fuqua and Miss JenlIE- clfll visited Mr Fuquas mother near FordsvUle on Sunday olr Robert Wells 311ss Francis Han llton and Mr Barker Seaton attend ed ho picnic at Browns nliey yesterday Miss lIuella llarhill of Phllflot was the guest of Miss Ruby Pate last week JIrof Glbron and wife are vlsktu F Mrs Glbsons father of Sargo thh week Miss Ella Xorrlll of Ueauflehl visit ld her uncle oh John Slnllett on Monday Miss Coy Litsey of lordsvllle Is visiting Mr WUlls Holders this week air and Mrs Joe Itobmis of Maceo arE vialting at Miss Enuna Haynes at this writing The funeral proccssium of Mrs Pate Taylor passed through town this morn Ing lhB Sue Sl Moseley Is expected to die at nny time at her homo about four miles south of her- eThanks I want to thank the taxpayers of Ohio county or the courtesy they have shown me since I have been their SherlC1 ant now ready to receive their 1908 tax arid wlll have to collect under the same law that I have been collecting ua9er so the sooner you get a tax receipt the better It will be for all R D MARTIN S O C CENTERTOWN July 22lfrs Jdsle Jolly Is with us again after making II visit to relatives and Mend tn Hardlnsburg and Louisville Mr tQander Gravtof Logansport spent last WicJ here visiting his sls tin lIrs FQEtlrircKennl Mr Reason Miller Chicago Is spending th1B week here with his mother Mrs Ann nller 11i s EFhel Morton Livermore is- visitingyibeldmily of J H Kuyken doll J AReneer who Is with the Coal Comlla1iy at Render Is here visit- Ing his family Miss Mary MdKenney has recovered froth herrecent Illness Mrs Mollie Itothrock and daughter VISltlngjrelathJes Mrs Bob Owen iltCiienry is here vlslUngiJer Mrs J Shackl t The eCritertown Land ContpanYh S TYF sold a beaut1t 1nUUI Jot to Mr I Virgil Biahop L C Morton Ull son are movagI their hantwaic suer and Intend I erect n brick hnlllbsT it llJ1 stead DI U P CltaJUC311 and wit h 1 their brIck plani seam ready Jmako brick H n Davis aniJ rattle Tict- v111 year have char f1 Ear school lRNOlr ej JuY WTJl harmers arc all throug wIth their crgp Is this tommmni y j We are neadhg rx t verY badly Miss Peat lf113 rho has b 11 visiting to thlll rgbborhoad has rc t turned home e j Quite a mmtber roIl this neighbor t hood attended church Saturday night- S IfclzI of ilorsat 1 Branch made a flying trip to our town ii Sunday of Mr Riley Hentiwer of Butlervisi ed relatives In this rommunlt1 Sundr and Monday I Mr It FItenfxow ofNeatus pas 1- Y through our town Frny r Mr Howiurl of Dexter IInHIod through tmvn enro std for Ilodgetiviife- Almost ayery Qooi talking of going l to the Dehato Jlt ltarreas Mill e Mark Duvall do has been rosining I friends and relatives in thIs connntrrt I ty returned to his MmtIn Ind Thurs t tiny 3r and btra lL c lown went o Samples Sunday to attend their stt terInlaw Mir Jg1u Arnold fmternt e t Dl1NDEE t ioIareIlIIeadoiIRev F D nau1bJ tied his regular Inppointment rtt the Dapist church see cud Snuirday and Stznday Ucmtrsy of- I Macoe are the rlcsts of3ilss larJI- I I Thomas Mr and Mrii r M Stewart near Herne are the lnesn ofihelrson OJ- I Stewart of this lister Mrs Ross of llucrd who has beat- at the bedside of hr sister 3lrs J U Duke returned hxue Sal1rda s Little Miss ElJo Burrow of Narrow was the guest of JUHi Cecil Kuyken doll from Saturtlo untll Monday I Mr W S Coin of Horse Branch was the guest or bf children or this Itlaco Tuesday and Wadretday- YI Mr Byron I and familyy near pareeats Mr and Mrs citation hleauSun 3 day L Mastw Carl Itroorn and Henry SaUl made a flying trip rc Sulphur Springs I Sundry afternoon Born to Mr ntd ihomaa Turnham- a fine girl Mr Watt SteveW Tcst a fine mare Wednesday night New Atrrrj Ruling ITllc army nr3a irg sxion a 221li Main strce OWfDsborOo Ky reports us the loUerrsLg information It the rcconimerrc x ens M the r ltut uatJoual Alllitic board are a I1 provHl Ly the SccsanrY of War will he possible for ot member of tile Militia of nay tar tor tar inspeetlon tit airy gnarl 1H5u11u1erItvitliln the Sate JvJl14 j This Ls tt prcvidr ar as may not ho able to present th IU1 pelves for inslxcG n when their Tho1organization Is iaiaKisspect L absence front hoar will not militaa- agnhttl their stcurli t and for thud purpose Qf u111Ilry bolt duties wIll tht militia thty 111 be allowed to attach thetnselvis to anY organization In their rryrctive ante for such purpose HERBERT July 20Tjl Trwcrs are about through hervesting Mrs J 1 lilmore or IturdsvlI1C is spending the week srlh relatives hero Mr Jim Uurrlllt bad a good horse to die Friday Mr and Mrs Wn Qsmbl1 Fork j yule visIted atUenT 3lUIigans Sunday Mrs Carl Floyd and sun are staying with relatives ut J1ha tnlr week Mrs George Jobnsra rs quite sick Mr and Mrs C 1L Phillips and sot t Janice Mr and Mts Wtn Holtanlt aul I iiIMillersMr D A Mlllcr spent Sunday wlh his daughter Mrs ti+aste Bartlett or Wbltesvl11eI 21Mr blaIiiline Murray is IJuly a well mu James IHlds anti two ehildren of the Washington nmishllotbood vial ed her daughter Mrs Iiaford Bartle of Taffy yesterdq Miss lallnda8IIli1k of Taffy who was very ill of flat Ss slowly improv higIcounItyyesterday i1C om Dy ker dutghi- ter Mrs C T Funk and ctiWren Little Sarah Httoty nrtOIr WlS the guestof Mrs I C lllaees Satur t MISS ANNIE CATRON IC +TARRtJ MADE lifE A BURDEN TO ME I JISS ANNI1 rtr1tux Oi Main linciuunl lIfo wrilea- 1s I ho focst leruna a bleating- for a severe case of eatsrrh of tho bead end throat which I uieiod front for a number ot years I stn only too pleased to give It my personal endoreuteut- vatnrrh such t11j I suffered from nlllIo life n burden to ml my breath i wan offensive stomach bad and my read stopped up o tllltt I wan usually trtabled with a usadneheand a though I tried many a ailed remedies Moth- 1In gave me permanent relief I was alllllocliulutiIIwhen PtJrun WIl04 wuegested to me ilow ever I did Iou I bottle BIIII he tore that was tlnlhud thero was a marked change to my condition 3fttcii- enenuraged i kept un until I was completely cured in a months time and I thud that my general health it also ex celtentlbeoplo who prefer solid medicines shoulll try Peruns tablets Each tablet represents ono avorage dote of Porllna Manalin the Ideal Laxative day night Mr S J Stewart and fatally Mrs McKellne Murray and laughter Eva- Miss Ermine fiarris and two broth crs Miss Nonle Johnson and Emma and Lara Hoover spent Sunday at Ir- in A Stewarts Mr Aubrey Rimes and stster lies ale visited relatives In Davtess Co Satllrday and Sunday olr T C Park and family Mr Mc- Kcline Murrayy and son Everett spent Sunday with Mr E H Murray The surprise birthday dinner at Mrs Clss Whlttakers totiny was Iargolyl at tended All repod f good time Lou louver was the gut of her sitter Mrs Archie McCann several days this week- Everybody Is through cunning ber IllS In this vlctniy- I Examinations of Mine Foreman IUn and after September 20th It- will bo unlawful for anyone to he IIm- IlklyPd as a mlue foreman In any mine in Keriucky where mol thaut ten men are 1l11l1loll wlthou a cer ufiente front the Board of Exutlnors- conipocd of the Cult Utspector or Mites and the two asdlsntgs This law will bt rictly ouforOEd and mine tornnen all uvtr the Sate will have to stand lxulllinadona so that they can porforn tltoElr duUs legally ProfCJ Norwood Ulllef Inspector has announced tlta exanitriations for eurrifitates of mine foremen will beheld at the following tlmn stud places Augtm w Ashfimd tor Boyd- Gutter Lu vronee Jchllfcn Floyd and I1ke counties AIIJU 10 lit lexlngIolI fur appll- U nuts from Brealhltlt LN Morgan ulaslti Western Whitley and Warne antis and for such other tiE Luny- oluxvse to attend AlIgtm Ii at Cnul CIj tor Butler IhfffiS Hancock McI tau Muh- letiberg and Ohio ooumJks August 2t at ladmllllkl for Christian CrltteUllln I1eudervou Hop kips Union and WobslJr countrs August 24 tt Lexhtbon for appli cants who may have Mused other stt tioas HARTfORD COLLEGE Opens Its Twenty Eighth Session August 24th 1908 With Its large and Hrowlllg faclll- UlS and Us universiy trained faculty Hartford Coilego offers advantages not to be found elsewhere nt so small cost The cost of board and tuition pcr year varies from 120 to 130 while to those who do light house keeping the cost varies from 600010i- Ooo per year Sudellls who desire b economize by keeping houtearo given every encouragement to do so Classes are not over crowded hence students get Individual help which they could not gettn 1arv Institutions For catalogues and information write to LI GRAYt I1arttord Ky I l r f 10i GRADE COAi1ERCMLSCYOOL OF1IF SOUTH ALL OF THE COMMERCInL BRANCHES INCLUDING TELEGRWNYARETAUGN flEAUfFULTALO60ESL- FSSONS IN BOOKKEEPING BY MAiLGGRADUI4T S SECURE POSITIONS AND OURNALS FREE VRITE Jlow ADDRESS 3OWL1NG GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING CREENMf BUYERS AFTER POOLED TOIIRCGO Said to Have Secured One Million poundsof the Burley In Pool Whether representing the trust Independent manutncturtrsor them sulves for speculative purposes tobac co buyers from the adjoining county of Woodford have appeared In Fay ette county and have It Is said approached a number of growers who have their crops In the Equity pool with the view of buying theIr pooled tobacco offering them iuityprices and In some Instances prices above the Equity scale to induce them to sell Discontented tenants whl have not been able to realize In full on their pooled crops and who are pressed for fundsare those It Is stated In most Instances approached I Notice of the uporntious or these buyers wlia brought to the attention 1Vednosday when Il tenant rosld Ing on a farm In the western part or the county came to the local Equity office and announced hue linen ion to sell his tobacco which had been pooled along with that of his land lord claiming that ho had not author Ized the landlord to pool his part of the crop The landlord who was also presont stated that the tenant had authorIzed him to pool the to bacco It developed durlllJ the controversy that the Woodford county buyers above referred to had made I the tenant an offer on his tobacco- and the tenant had about decided to I sell The tentant was threatened with an adjunction If he attempted take his tabaccd ou of he pool and settll1- G and the courts may bo called uponI to setttle the controversy now pendhlILels from buying pooled tobacco and providing Il penalty fur the seller as well as the buyer hut so tar IlS Is known It has lover been tested aud- Its constitutionality Is questioned The WoodCord comely buyers have It Is said been ablo purchase over one million poundsf pooled In Central Kentucky 10IJacCoI tenants who have It Is able to get their crops released tram I the 11001 ou various pretexts similar to that above cited Their operations have given these buyers the sobriquet of Equity Busters hut the Society members say that their activity has strengthened Instead of weakening the Equity cause I It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a large general store at Omega 0 and IS pres- Ident of the Adams County Telephone Co as well as of the home 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 SOc and 100 Trial bottle free In Two Near Republican States Republccan national committeemen Inltheand Kentucky where the political conditions suggest that a vigorous ef fortw Ill bring Inportant results The electoral vote of the two states com bined Is more tthllt that of Ohio and might easily decide an election There are special reasons why Republican managers should be active In that quarter In both sttates an extensive I region Is strongly Republican and never tans to give the party a large majority The counties of the east ern part of Tennessee and Kentucky are as steadfastly and numerously Re publican as a New England State and the section forms a political wedge In the heart of the south extending to Georgia Tennessee Democrats as the news of the day shows are In a tumult of divIsion apparently on the subject of prohibition but deeper cause are at work and the bitter conflict be tween the wings ot the party must be fought to a finish Tennessee has pro hlbltlon now except In the titles ot Memphis Nashville and Chattanooga find nearly all the counties ot Ken tucky have voted out saloonq under slocaloption law Democratic dlssen don in the two states would be as- tierce as ever lC the liquor Issue dropped out of the account altogether Kentucky chose a Republican gov- rrnor at the last election and the 5 Legislature selected at the same time tthough Democratic In consequence o- gerrymandered f districts surprised th0 country by electing a Republican sett ator A profound dlssatisCactlonwlth the Democratic party Is shown bI this Incident and the feeling exists In other Southern Sates But Kentucky and Tennessee have a large and do founIdationThe people of these states percely I that the Democratic attitude be fore the country Is an Unjuryto their general business Interests and a bar to their progress They are rich In minerals fine timber and other forms of natural wealth bat their avail able capital compares poorly with that of adjacent Northern States West VIrginia since It became Re publican Is going ahead of them In the matter of large investments and enterprises A political party feellnS itself to be an Incubus and hopelessly entangled In wrung policies Is certain I to split up Into warring factions while Its more thoughtful element as soon as old prequdlces can be over come will vote for a change to I party ot competence and advance ment I If the Tennessee Democrats could make a correct diagnosis of their thc would see that their vlo cOI1lc1tlonthat the state Is badly governed alai j suffers from its continued identlf- icatloi with a dlscredltedlmrt Their latest national tlcke Is composed ot two mon who have bean twice defeat I ed before the lIeolll Mr Bran hides his main paramount Issus oUhee past They are ghosts he dares nat face Yet the shouting over them Ilt onetime was as hysterical that witnessed In the Denver Convention In 189G Kentucky gave all Its electoral votes except one to McKinley PIt 1900 and I 1904 It was again Democratic but In 1908 Is was Republican A few years i ago Tennessee electd a Republican governor but he was counted out by the Democratic Legislature Bryan s majorities In Teutessce have not been I heavy Republican managers slwuld reach for these states and also In form the federal officeholders therein that they will be cleaned out to a man It they do not stop their factional and childish foolishness KentuckyFair Dates The following are thq dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as far as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 285 days WinchestEr August 44 days Danvllle Augusta 53 days Lexington August 105 days Unlontown August 115 days Durkes11le August 114 days Droadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrenceburg August 184 days Carroll Gallatin Owen TrCounty Fair Sanders August 194 days Vnnceburg August 194 dntls- Barbourville August 193 days Erlanglr August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 days ElIznbethtown August 253 days Shelbyville August 254 days Burlington August 264 days Germhntown August 265 days Morgantown September 243 days I Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Iiardinsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days tontlcello September S4 days Hodgenville September 83 days Hartford September 94 days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days Hints for the Sirkrolm Never whisper In a sickroom Talk I a low tone hut distinctly so that your patient can understand every wo e spoken Nothing Is so Irritating to a i sick person as hearing voices withou t being able to comprehend the subject under discussion Never shovel coal from a hod In the I sick chamber Bring the coal In wrlpped In paper and leypaper and all I on rise and dust air a room without first coy erlng the patient I Never flirt the sheets when making I sittingII I Never under any circumstances tell a patient that heis dangrously Ill I Use the worn seriously If It Is absolutely I i necessary that he should be warned ot his condition Suggestion Is frequently more powerful than medicine especially with hysterical pee pie i I Never lit on the edge oCsickpersons and do not place your eyesIj or 1IHrdFr to see you I Get directly In th tngept his viSIon j when his head istcomfortably placed the pillow and stay thereon h t CEIIBetween Good and Poor Wages Ls Largely IIa Dl1ference in Education j=IHundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping Shorthand and Telegraphy and arc now earning good salaries viththe leading business concerns If you want a thorough preparation for business life attend BUSINESS COLLEGE EVARSVILLEIIIID A Modem School where business is taught u it is practiced in the best business houses Established over fifteen years Nine teachers Sixty Typewriters Loge Patronage Graduates assisted to positions Sendfor Catalog Showing Interior Views and GIVING RATES Tuition r r tr rt- DONT DILAYITI TODAYt frESECRET OF- TRANSMISSION OF LIFE Vital Germs May Have Come From Another PlanetITo This I I During the time required to travel i from One planet to another In our solar system the germs of life certainlY gcrmlnaIlion physlst and Nobel prize winner rofI S Arrhenius of the University of Stockholm who writes at length on I the topic In the Monist He does not mean that life could be transmit ted from a planet outside our solar system to another but lie inclined to the belief that within the solar we call our own the phenomenon hasI occurred thus explaining what mysterious to so manythe exlstenco- oC life here and now We know for Instance that the suns In the uni versethere are many tiO that the dis tance between them varies We are even sable to figure out that during the course of 1000000 yearsthe course the course of 1000000 years some star probably ha beens about five times as close to us as our neatest stellar neighbor Is at present When we estimate that lire has been present on our earth at least 100000000 years we must admit that It Iso f little Important Ita planet should have to wlat for the appearance of lire a couple of mi lion years after It has been ready to receive It In this vay we bring the period required for the journey of lire from one planet to another or rather from ones planet to the nearest star to wbetherlspores grains found In Egyptian sepulchers have shown capability of growth but the sober critic has demonstrated that these statements are exceedingly ques tionable Recentltr a French scientist Doudln stated that he had found spores of several kinds of bacteria In I a Roman gravewhlch undoubtedly have retained their germinative pow er during 1800 years This assertion unreasonnIableCurrent Literatur- eThe Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free front dleease on the high elevations fevers prevail while on the lowgr levels malaria IS encountered to a greater or less extent according to altItude To overcome climate affeFtions lassitude malaria aguehandtive remedy le Electric Dttters the great alterative and blood purifier the antidote or everyt form of body weak mess nervousness and iasomnla sOld under guarantee at all druggists price GOc m OASZORABeers the dThe nd You Hai wa gIIt tve SURE CURE For All DkuEr of STOMACH ILlVEIlKIDNErs I BULBSBUCItBEES BULBS SUCCEEDI SPECIAL OFFER MJe to build New Jlade A trial curt- omor satletactioaaoaranteed oryoW money retunded Souvenir Collectionlw IlrrtlIbt A blaa- eu1r NM Drl Ta TII TW- Ill Tbe0eU 7Ny aw 7DIb adlb U4ilXW N TiD TO PLEARE Write today Menllon this Paper uSBND ZS CE ST9- IRpMqapblqe rM eebIR01IYa- uflb rela muln1 1n-nIttMIy rJ tba aabe t e ail e1tInu hi buh-wt unlul FIIrhqlb II cou I n0IW D Ra Tuu Th b eanlerf- tMga T i eellleasleMl =N W Butk6teI oacirooaDsILL The i Louisville TresIs the llvest afternoon paper publish I ed anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price ot The Times is 5 a year but you can get th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year A FOR 500 It SIX MONTHS 260 uer hind Css Heat- B actiacl Dlssln- l lJUoMI etc end TRADEMARKS obtalnert 1n- aeountrleq orno toe wa obtain AATCNT THAT PAY edreNwtu1thorwg2Stletour eIpOM and Delp 1011 0IUO- Csd meet photo or sketh toe FR E E report on pstentabtulr le 1adpractlce 8UR GuidesockBO3aOS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON DC SeldomWear Dr Miles AntiPain Pills reliovo painnote only once but as many times as it is necessary to take them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in then a source of relief from the sufferlllg which they would be compelled to endure Their soothing influence upon the nerves strengthen rather than weaken theme this reason they seldom lose their effective nessI 62 years old Nld have suffered for 42 years trom nervous troubles rheumatism and neuralgia palpitation of the heart shortness of breath nleeplessltess and pain around the heart ThoDr Miles AntiPain Pills isavo been II blessing to me I dont know what I should do without them and they are tho only remedy I have ever used that either not wear out In less time than I have been us werethem such or that woulbobllggd to cease their use ROBiNSONk7Dr Miles AntlPaln Pills are sold by your druggist whQ will guarantee that the first package will benefit It It falls he will return your money bulkMilesn n KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUHCS- WI1i Dr Kings New Discovery + 0fFOR r1u oo OLDS Trial SotUe Free AND ALL AND LUNQTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAUTOR OR MONEY REPUNDED One Minute Go ghCurecoy Cough Cold and Group AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm b quleklablorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes JJrotcctsthe Jrnno resulting from Catarrh and drives away II Colll In the mete and Smell Full size GO ctslat Drug ists or by wall In liquid form 7G cents 11 Brothers GO Warren Street New York Ohio County S pplY Co btfibtfii Hardware Machinery aodlAall Kinds 44of Farming Implements E 0 ILIIY1 or We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you = 4t 4 PitworkmanshipC1 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all ImstomersPit 4i Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount true Blue bt YofiYo4iWe dlandle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch 4iell Mogul loun and OWjhtboro Also Deering and Milwaukee = btfitIi Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers I 4Iland Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county GIve us a tcall Prices always equitabe y ettn trrt- s LEOTRIIJ IJTER8 iii tor roe 1 For THROAT ReIItores ih Must loitIc CWltlte- Mdicta 0 u Cr tha Ne U Uc Oilaraated- J J jot 4 1 J k1i LE pm aJEftSQc Y3ib C VIlulsT C Pl1IITI 4 BARNETT SMITH ArfroRNE v s A T kA l HARTFORD KY hell practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to nIt dusness entrusted 1 to their care Collections and the Prac tics ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Itipublican buildIlag FRANK Le FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In Ohlo and adjoining counties and In the Court ot tpeals CrIminal practice and Cot lections II SpecIalty Office In the Herald buildinG CHAS M CROWE LAWYETh HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession In all the courts ot OhIo and adjoining and In the Court of Appeals Special atf 4- tentlon given to criminal practice and Republicanbuilding JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LA1V HARTFORD KY Special attention gIven to eoJloctlon Publicpublic square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FederalCourt toAlsotttce over Williams llrllJ Store i- M 1STL IIEAvitlN IW SyollpttAl- rNEAVRIN WOODWARDal Q feys aaavHARTFORD KY Will practice theIr profession In andCourt Otflce= YAN CY LMOSLEYI ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Wlll practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also No tary Public Oftlce over First National flank W n IiAltNlis II A ANDERS01l BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetice ot Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south Bide ot Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting TItles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estato wlUbe given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON I 6RADUATENURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located i- nHARTFORD t timesResidence r phone No 13- 7JAMES I C BENNETT p o Box 125 lIortlord S- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWIII sell any and aU kinds of property In OhIo county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited t JOHN BLAIRrB ford HyrLICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell any and aU kinds r erty in Ohio county Terms reasonBble Your patronage solicitedaJI11 erl tIG GROCURO-tilsrttreepakny tlde r = l t1 sl7lsdliuhiPatotsedlnfrlspmeatrractlaEaolushtly4 Hi 1lM ey41y1WAHINdr 0eo ea lgtA al 1 I I 10 4 t r r SUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH tI REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENT r I J The American farmers welfare Is as Important as that of wageearners or captallst Tho Republican party In the past twelve years has aided the farmer In agriculture and In bringing to him tho conveniences of rural life Free rural mall delivery nbw reaches millions of our citizens and we favor Its extension until every community in the land receives the full benefits of the postal servile 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 expense of the abutting owners In this work we commend the growing practice of state aid Nothing so clearly demonstrates time sound basis on which our commercial Industrial and agricultural Interests are founded and the neces sity of promoting tho present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as tho recent sate passage of the American people through a financial disturbance which If appearing in the midst of Democratic rule or the menace of It might have equaled the familiar Demo cratic panics of the past We congratulate the people and hall with con fidence the signs now manifest of a complete restoration of busincsss pros- perIty In all lines of trade commerce and manufacture The Republican party passed tho Sherman antitrust law over Demo cratic opposition and enforced It after Democratic dereliction But experience has shown that Its effectlvoness can be strengthend and its real objects better attained by such amendments as will give to the federal government greater supervision and control over and secure greater pub licity In the mmanagement of that class of corporations engaged 1n Inter ti state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies Tho Republican party deslares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress immediately following the Inauguretion of thc next president- In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection Is best maln tained by the Imposition of such duties as will equal the difference be tween the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reason able profit to American Industries We favor tho esablishmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the max imum to be available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me normal measure of protection at homust be ever maintained is that of generous provision for those who have fought the countrys battles and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen Tho Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and integri ty of the courts state and federal We believe however that the rule of procedure In tho federal courts with respect to the Issuance of 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 a speedy hearing thereafter should be grantedIThe Republican arty pledges Its continued devojlon to every cause that makes for safety and the betterment of conditions among railroad employers I I The Republican party recagnlzcs the special needs of wageworkers generally for their wellbeing means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral industries of our country we earn estly favor the establishment of a bureau of mines and mInIng We approve the enactment of the railroad rate law and the vigorous enforcement of the statutes against rebates and discriminations We believe 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 tho commission but maintaining always the principle of competition between naturally competing lines and avoiding the common control of such lines by any means whatever We favor such legislation and supervision as will prevent the future overissue of stock and bonds by Interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterlne of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marine prestige of the country I The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leader ship In the legislative department to keep step In the forward march to better government Notwithstanding the Indefensible filbusterfng of a Democratic minority In the house of representatives during the last seS- sIon many wholesome and progressive laws were enacted We favor the establishment of a postal savings bank system for the convenience of the people and the encouragement of thrHt The Republican party Is committed to the development of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment ol the national monetary commission by the present congress which will impartially investigate all proposed methods Insures the early realization I of this purpose The Republican party has been for more than fifty years the consistent friend of the American negro I We declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement In letter and spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and flfeenth amendments to the constitution which were dlsigned for the protection and advance ment of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim his dlsfranohlsement for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerican i and repugnant to tho supreme law of the land We can the attention of the American people to the fact that none of the great measures here advocated by the Republican party could bo en acted and none of the steps here proposed could be taken under a Dem ocratic administration or under ope In which party responsibility is divided The continuance of present policies therefore absolutely re quires lhe continuance In power of that party which believes In them and which possesses the capacity to put them into operation I OVERNQR RIDES MULE IN DREATBITT COUNTY Mmes Quick Trip Across Monn- tain To Dedicate New school Gov WiUson rode a mule on his trlr to Oakdale where tie helped to dedicate the Soul Winners College Ho rode several miles on the mule over rough roads and he does not care for a mule as a means oflocomotion He andMcKenzlo Todd his secretary returned to Frankfort today from Breathitt county where they spent a greater part of yesterday The col lege which they went to dedicate Is not far from Oakdale but it is necessary to ride across a mountain toI reach the buildings Mules furnish the only rneapsot travel They told Nov WiUsonthat it was only three Tlnlles from the station at Oakdalo to the college 1utMr todd says it Is six miles and It took the party one hour and twenty minutes to get to the college after they left Oakda e At that they Und the mule go at 11allWr Todd says be can not ride a 4 y la horse any too well and riding a mule is not a joy forever The Governor stood the trip well and says ho does not especially mind a mule He had to eat in a hungry rush over to the college and speak and then send his mule on the Jump back to Oakdale in Jlme to eatch the train for Lex ington where tho party arrived last night The Governor made many new friends on his trip into Dreath Itt CASTORXAfarI the1hs Kind YOU Hams MffSlfS Bought vgnatnre 4of 1907 Burley May Sell for 25 cents i A movement is bring considered looking to the placing of the price upon tho 1907crop and at several points the raisers who have been kept out of their money by the trust re fusing to padare talking of putting the price as as 25 cents and starting the agitation of no crop in 1909 unless I the stock on hand is talien up Valued Same as Gold B G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I tell my custo mers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they get the worth of thatmuchgold in weight If oriall druggists 25c pI- M r v a PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT COMING TO KENTUCKY Will Attend Dedication of Lincoln Farm in Larue v CountyF Tho dedication of the Lincoln faTm whIch Is to take place next February was tho subect of discussion at the meeting of the Hoard of Trade Wcdnes day says the Courierjournal The occasion will doubtless be a notabio one for Louisville as well as Kentucky It was stated at the meeting of the Board of Trade Wednesday that tho President of the United States many of his cabinet officers and people promlncntln both official and private life will be in Louisville on their way to the Lincoln farm at Hodgenvllle Larue county Ky The Lincoln Farm Association which has its headquar ters in New York has already done a great deal toward Improving The condition of tho roads which lead to the historic birthplace of Lincoln Prisoner Breaks Frankfort Jail Frankfort Ky July ISTlred of thlnklIng air Dan Trout and Paul Phelps two men charged with moonshlnin this afternoon pried open the doors of the county Jail and walked away They did not even wait until dark but left the jail at 130 oclock In the afternoon when the streets were crowded time usual Saturday afternoon rush withI Dulin Moss a local newspaper who knew Phelps from having seen him In the Federal Court met tho escaped prisoners in front of the State house about 3 oclock and asked them who had gone on their bonds Phelps told Moss to go the the jail and he could find out about the bondsmen Moss talked to tho men for a few min utes and an hour later went to the jail where ho was told that Phelps was still a prisoner An vestlgatlon show I ed however that the door had been pried off Nothing hasbEen heard theyIITile readers of tugs paper will be leltIbeen able to cure in all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Citiirrh CureI is the only positive cure now knownI to the medical fraternity Catarrh be- Ing a constitutional disease requires aI constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally ac I ting directly upon the blood and nc cous surfaces bf the system thereby destroying the foundation of the dis ease and giving the patient sstrength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curatlve powers that they offer Quo Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of tes timonials Address F J CHENEY CO ToI ledo 0- Tako Halls Family Pills for con stipation 111I THE PALISADES Their Counterpart Cannot Be Found In All the World 1 The edge of the world If such a thing may be lies hardly a rifle shot away from ouo of the centers of the world itsclftho city of New York The Palisades those mighty walls whereon tho annals of the centurIe- saregraedwbat an edge of the world their lip presents to him who cornea perhaps at night to their rough hewn elevation In no other place other than this near proximity to man and one ofi hIs greatest cities could a physical tea tune so profoundly vast and Impressive be so hidden from the world Their counterpart cannot be found In all the world and yet the Palisades are almost unexplolted and unknown to the globe I circling sight hunting public that year ly traverses tho continents or seas to j gazo at things less wonderful In some distant field of natures marvelous achievements for little does anyone know of these titanic walls who has Icomparativelya transcontinental thread of steel tho guidebooks would bo rich in their pic i tured grandeur and man would rove far to explore them Philip Verrlll Mlghcls in Harpers Magazine Superstitions of Stage FolkIA stock actor is apt to have a prejudice against decorating or fixing IItomakes the place comfortable and homelike Actors anti managers both have a horror of tho witch lines In Macbeth and they never will allow them to bo spoken as it means a fire in the playhouse before the twelve month is over Sir Henry Irving was a firm believer in this snpcrstltitlon I and he would never allow tho fateful lines to be read when he was playing Iofa theater There are many actors who make tho sign of the cross before they make an entrance Chicago Tribune I 1t +++++++++++++ +++++++ fff+ + + ++ I 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110 Knlghti of Pythias meets every Tuesday night n D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S J J Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M PhejWnord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 41 L O T M I Meets first Friday evening and third MrsII month F I AnderSCOAdJ Ohio Tribe No 1SS Imp Order Roc Men meets second and fourth Wednea FosterleyRecords Acme Lodge No 339 I 0 0 F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G C Likens N G 0 M Shultz Secretary IOF7CIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C M HARXETT Pres Hartford Ky L X STATTS Vice Pres Trenton III 0 D PAULEY Sec Treas IndIana- polis State Officers J C CAXTRILL Pres Georgetown Ky S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVEXS Pres Beaver Dam KyCAL P KEOWX Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford KyI CASTORIAFor Infants and Children BoughtISignature of The Safest and Quick- estI Way to Transfer Money IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel X Tel Go iscoaroiuTED 0 ei IusE P Barnes J cIzi 8c- I r I r ow J 1 t IPROFITSHARINGISALE1r i Notice Specialties frEach Day of the Third Week of This I- Ii GREAT BARGAIN DISTRIBUTION I Monday July 27Mens Hats 20 per cent off- Tuesday July 28thSuspenders 20 per cent off It0 0 n I OFFICERS TRUS TEE ELECTION Three to Each District Re Quired Appointed by the Board of Elec tion Commissioners as Regular Election Officers The following ofricc4n hlC beau- appclat4d by Jio Baird or Elxhtm- Connmisioners to hold tjne school trustee oloJuUl nu the vudous dls IIIq tricrn or the comity on Saturday Aug ut 1 1 IludsonrJack Rtwsell No D N 111lght d C Riley OIhua Crowe 4 No L1V L Slumtt It It Cun diff Jack Kirk to 5 lohn A Johnson IL S f ChumhellIu L I 11ard- No 6P A Moxley n 11 Ward 11 D Barna- rdF ro iToseph DUJnItI IwlllJtj Dtt- vls L U TiChenJr- No SW M ielancy S E Ilen nett L K Ward No 9I L fhIOlls J T hoover J B floury ru 1UIlardln Clanpntan J L Sln ntt G W Hoover No ii Charles Mman L Handy A Q Murphy- No 11 H Tawnrfiley nary dlUkr J A Ilurtou- No 13Enoolt Roy Charley PJdll- ip Iou Stnalt No Hf n Tlosley W M Bake Walter Allen ro HiJ E Iarks J L lIuovur J W Gray No 16I H Ambrose Dave Stesrp J R weUor 0 171 H Midkiff C M Ia tJ J A Layman No 18J It Greer W T Greer E L Palmt1- DIJCATIONiIL DIVISION NO2 No 1J F taylur C M Weer- r field R I Taylor No 21 T Brooks Arthur Dnughn t J W Iurrct- Xot IIam03 Hnrdln Charki Cart r Monroe Colre- rro 4Ncah Baize J W Ford IAustln Crowe- No 5W R Skinner J W SUn r not J U Mlltigan No 6George Burd4rt John Hall John Morrison No 7i D M rttn David Brooks Soott Huff No 8H S ROnI F A DurdlLt Oscar Kirk 4 No 9Isaac Westeafed EM lOOr al W D Ielly No 10 Seth JeU WU1h1mllartin L3St rlYiiJF Cy n UN HULL XII U woe Ekridge TameSt T GO Jor Tens Sexart- No 12Benry trove U T Head Sher dan Rusher No J t W eartitron William SmlUJ J 31 Marisa Xo HEnMcttlfmm Jantcw A O1urne1I D Load Xo iit s lln1er T f Whit tinghUt C W Cacr- eo Chiles16Al1thouy Shu zpr Jardstw A B Cant No 17Se4t rarnf Perry Shrve- D Ii lurrU- ImUeAlIOXAI DMSION iO t olW A T1l1l h 111 Metealt- 1Fpry Greer- No 9W T RnIJCD T A Fuqua J V Lanham- No 3Saul DcnuU W r Brown Charles Carter co 18 SarH t fL tog en Charley IWlhrtIOll o5Ludau Fentwss Willie Dart Sam No DaldsollIXIJ 7E A lboL E F Boswell r 1o V UarrttiF lJauglmIo1J n Iki ucttuouard Bun gtr Riclrd Turley- No 10Jelin Il JounllOn A G Murphy lieuryiler4r Xo 11 Charles Hntf Robt JL Duff n L Dever- No I lwJ Mlzkst M S Patterson Henry FtlixINo t n Gralll1 Chricttan- No 14J it MflU T M Brown I 1 U Vitin Nn i5in 1ioaac h J W rUller W 31 POlllINn IGJoe 1lagetcran r T Morrie Leslie OombsINn Ij 2dkfL Lsntevxrver Alon zo Carter Alanz431arJu- No I lSJums Tr 4ieB0V Dula f W Dabney- No l9S1tdby Ruck J IL RichI ardsmn Jonnie BlacL- No i Olbtatwftssou LtankDIuckI It P Tyty- EDUCATIONAL B11 lSION NO4 I No 1J n Ittu E S Craig J W Itenfrow- No 2Stez Hln Auel Embr- yJmar Arnold 1o ai C L4lark P DOlCOY M J EmbryiSo 4D K lliE E 13 Finley 1 M Baize So 5John 7ltuer C W Ranney1 Tom lloseT- No 6Wltiam lizritdlt W It Fai I nero L W1licPhoarsaa- No 7Joe Eller Scam S Clair EstU AnlQ1d- Xo LD=y Sit f1a1r C W Hooves JGIIIIJIh So PtzY I NoQaum 91a W S Stew art Joseph Idaeth No ItAI 0atrJ a T WUron John lunch No lLJIAsa Yes CUmmings J G Wlbos Co K tiail Ys UL Zrisra Allen E G Ada 1 Wednesday July 29thDress j Goods 20 per cent off Thursday July 30thCQrse s 20 per cent off I chlson J W Crowd r EdiwardsNo 140 1 Rains T P Crowder John R Logsdln Xo J LJas 11 While N P Romans No Wood ShultzIItenfrow Robert No 17S T Williams Cyrus Rug erStR A Sanderfur No lSElmfr narmllll W S L- 1ktus iffClarmtgiu- No M Arley J D Monroe William Monroe- No 20G W Mauna Jerse DttvIs- 1Vlnson Smith- IWUCAf10XAL DIVISIO NO5 No IIF Cooper J J JalnogllI- Allsel Haven No 2W R Gray R S Jackson T W Dennf- tro 3SlIas Stevens G W Gor don C S Taylor Xc 4W A Casebter 1stll Tay- tor Sip Swain So 5IIIStevens Wil11lam BTay- tor Elvis Martin No 6hod WoodruCt John Yeller E A lakes No 7W F Clmpman William Martin Jm W Paxton No HG W Shultz Dudley PUtar- nter E G Austin No 9ll1hn Chapman R T Mwa- ley Torn Ctcs No WJ X Derrman H E Hill J L Moore ro nRober Patton Lae Sand I4 W H Brown No 12T S Coleman J S En- gler W Shull Xu J311 Brown TM Graham i 1IUm to 11 J C Copeland T J Phelps W C Smd h- No 158 C Dowell Sam JamS Jr L Frances ro IGJ W Wakeland Andrew Thorpe Ed CMlln- Xo 17P M Brown J L Doug lass Jas A Hunter ro 18Jae Ford Dan Aultmlre W H Ithoads- No J90 g Scutt T C Dennei J W Shaver i EDUCATIONAL DIVISION NO G No 1M G Snell J D Bishop Alrtey Tichenor No 2dreea Goff Vts DarooJ G 1v Rowe No 3J EMnddox J L Brawn M R Msddox No 4 Lou Stewm1t James Wlhon- Jr Jcsse Fulkerscn- No IiJ J Williams Charley Hill Alves FulleJ1ron No G1 H Wood L A Kimmel W H Dla1ckbUTn No 2John Durham CGKlmbley J D Graves No SR C Tlchenor W A Tieh- enor n s Ashby- No 9T II Benton A H Ras Until BrownrNo 30Scioto Hocker E ERlwads- C fh It Ashby- No 11 It C Taylor R T Igt8- OO1lt JM Statrsman 11- rlo l2JFHlil W A Drown M Jor I L W IrlehearL- No 13James Vhtttaker Wil1 lam Hardla Dud Curry- No HC lgleheart S W Allen W C Full eron No 15W T Withrow Ed Clever Jove lilt NO CREEK July 2lWe htid u fine ruin Monday whIch was very much appreciated the corn crop was beginning to need It Mr L H Webb and family are visit Ing In Owenshoro this week Miss Annie Moreland made a flying trip to Louisville last week Miss Nancle Bridges of Gergetown Ky Is visiting heer cousin Miss Annie Moreland There was somelllng doling at Xo creek local A S of E Saturday night alessrs T F Tanner and Joe Thbmt son of Heflin visited the rocreek local Saturday night The little child of Mr and Mrs James Tanner who has been quite sick for the past Cow days Is better at thIs writing Mr Talley Carson and family vIsited Rev and Mrs Dame Sunday Quite a number bt young people went to Dada to church Sunday night The Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicely The fourth quarterly meeting will be at Noeraek on the Sand 9 of Au gust In Memory Of Annie Adams who departed this life at her home in Cromwell Ky at 310 p m July 13th 1908 She shall sleep but not forever In the cold and silent tomb We will meet her face to face On the resurrection morn She passed this life most contented WhiLe entering In to womanhood She told her friends she was ready and willing And had them promise to he good Her ago was just now twenty DutJhe was called to go To dwell among the angels On that Celestial Shore S P TIAYLOR Finance Committee Meets The Ohio County Finance Committee of the A S of E met here last Sat urday with the following members present D Ford Hartford district H D Burch Sulphur Springs B P Withers FordsvIlle T F manner flu ford C C Thomas Cromwell D Ford Was elected permanent chairman and H D Burch Secretary The Committee decided to allow all persons pooling with It to sell from the wagon A motion carried Inviting the AB of a people adjoinIng counties to fool- their tobacco with thIs committee and illl OhIo county people are urged to sign the pooling sledge at once The Committee alijournedto met in Hartford first Monday in August at 1 a m Notice krThe date for appolntments to state College has been changed to July 26- y J M DmWEESE S C a r i G T SqY 1 Friday July 31st Underwear 20 per cent off Saturday August lstShirts 20 i per cent off JINGO July IRev J It Lewis filled his regular appolnnrenr at thIs place ash Saturday and Sunday Mr J T Tucker who has been sick for sonic weeks bs able to attend church Sunday lI1d rtceled Baptism In Halls Creek at the hands of Rev Lewis There was Il large crowd pres eat to witness thu scene Mr Tucker Is past iO years old Mr Henry Allen Uld tamlly arid Mrs Lawrcrte Allen visited Mr and Mrs John P Johnston at Narrows Saturday and Sunday Mrs Alice Murplq Is improving slowly at this vtiting School opened here the 20th with Miss Vena Dan1e1of Olnton teacher A L Smith Is on the sick list at this writing oJ A Ballard la able to be up again Misses Prudlc mill Edna Allen went to Harttford shoping one dayy last weelIFriday Mrs Sally Dugln Is suffering Cancer withI Mr Fate Hurt Is 111 with trouble Incident to old ago CIII Davis Is at home again after 6 years l month nad 14 days absence HIs many friends are glad to welcome hint back Notice It has been no rated that I have signed the new organIzation pledge In answer to this I desire to say that U my name Is on the pledge It was placed there wIthout my knowiedgeor consent T C PARK COOL SPRINGS July 22Rev Baughn Ruled his re gular appointment here Saturday even- Ing and Sunday MrC C and Jr C Dennis Went to Hartford Monday on business Mr Frank Tate and family ofieltch field visited his brother Mr 31 M Tate last week Mrs Mary Jane Shaver andsMrs Evans were the guests QC r Afunda- TIchnor Thursday 111sses Ethel and Mamie Roger at tended the Ice Cream supper Saturday night at Mr Edd Austlns Mrs Thrcikillof Bowling Green Is visiting her daughter Mr RIgdon Dunn Mr George Growbarger and Mr Claude Kitchens of Brownsville visited their parents Saturday j1nd Sun day ya- Messrs Frank and Marto Pates C- amllles visited Mr T C Dennis Fri day Tlrs Fanny Scott and baby visited her sIster Mrs Emma WilSon ntBeaver Dam from Thursday anti Subday Mr Rocso Wilson a dFl Yd Rogers or Butler Countyvislted Mr Clarence Dennis Air Wili Stevens and wife VIsited SundayMIss Mable Rains of Render Nlnea 1 Qrt Is the guest of her uncle Luther Rains Mr Matilda Fulton vlsilsed her sis ter Miss MinnIe Whlghl Tuesday Mrs Fanny Neal and Mrs Carrie Jackson visited Mrs MItUe Swain at Prentls last Week I Mr Clarence Dennis and family visited his sister Mrs Agnes Tate Sunday Mr Shelby Drown and wife of PrenUIintended church hero Sunday and took dinner at Mr J P Rogers Mr and Mrs Est 1 Taylorspent Sunday at Mr Luther I School PerCapita 360 Frankfort Ky July 22The largest school per capita ever known In Ken lucky has been fixed by Superlr tendent- of PublIc Instruction J G Crnbbe the per capita for this year Is 360 Winch Is twenty cents higher than It was last year and last year was the high watter mark The increase In school children Is 4735 ProC Crobbe has been at work on the figures from wblj he computes the school per capita for some days and completed the task only late thIs afternoon OLA TON July 23A large crowd was In at tendance at the picnic given the 8th Irs Ida Rentrow and daughter Miss Bessie and Miss Valarle Harrison Narrows were the guests of Mrs C W sharp Saturday and Sunday and attended the picnic Saturday Miss Jessie Sultzer who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Burden Smith left for her home at MtHenry Thursday ti Messrs Jim Caswell and Durdlne f Smith who have been working for Bond Dros will leave for East View the latter hart of the weekIMiss Mary of her friend Miss Lillie Whitworth Sunday Roscoe and Dunk Hall of Roslne were the guests of their grandmoth er MondaySeveral chtldrens day at Roslne In Loving Remembrance or little Stella Warren daughter of Mr and Mrs Finals Warren of Rob Roy Ky who passed away Joly 16 atIFlux after an illness ot only a few days The remains were laId to rest In the lilt Pleasant emetary afternoon attended by abrge crowd of friends and relatives To the dear father and mother we will say- Weep not for Stella We loved her yes we loved herJBut angels loved her moro And they have sweetly called tier To yonder re li r r The golden gates wore opeed A gentle voicq saidcome And with farewells unspoken She calmly entered home A FRIEND For Sale ofBeechmiles ot Hartford Call on orad= 4 dress libHarttordt- J L i i