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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f T t t r BqubUcan mJ Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OIlIQ COUNTY Subscription I per Yea VOL XXIIHARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1908 NOl3 MEETS MOST- HORRIBLE DEATH Does Beautiful Daughter of Rev Geo W Barnett falls From PrecipitIous Cliff 200 Feet High to ledve I Then in River The following shocking account of the horrible death of Miss Grace liar nett daughter of Rev Geo W Barnett of Los Angeles California niece of Mr C M Barnett Mrs Woodberry Thus ley and Mrs Fannie Taylor of Hartford and relatives of many other people of time County taken front the Tulare County rimes of Vls- nlla California will bo read tvhh pro found sorrow One of the most terrible accidents In the nnnals of mountain climbing In this section or thu state occurred on Mbnday afternoon when Miss Grace Barnett a member of the Sicfrra Club and a popular teacher of drawing in the Berkeley high school fell to her death rent a pre elpitous ledge In the Arrayo Canyon to the waters of Kern Canyon below Edward Hohfeld u former prta pal of tile Visnlin high school to whom the young lady was attached with a strop was carried overmthu edge and narrowly escaped meeting the same fate that came to Ms llar- nettt Afer laying unconscious ill aI clump of bushes for some time he recovered sufficiently to make his way to camp about a mill distant and report the awful accident A party was qultkly organized and the remains recovered In a pool to which they had been washed and brought to the camp about dark The remains weru brought to Vt salla by three members of the club arriving at 1 oclock this afternoon after an arduous trip In which they slept not for two nIghts TIle patty Included Miss Edna Cadwalder and Glenn L Allen of Berkeley and Miss Zoo Zartnian of Tularre Telling of the affair this afternoon to a repru- sentaitvu of the the ing account was givenIA number of members of the party hall gone to the top of Kawenh peak and had safely descended to the vicinity of ornime lake There was no danger and the trail back to comp was a safe one Miss Barnett a daring mountain climber at d MsHohfeldhow ever decided to leturn by the much shorter but much more dangerous route of the Arroyo canyon After traversing the greater part of the distance and the more dangerous part over In fact an almost impasrablo niotintaln gorge Mss Barnett suddenly lost her footing and slipped over the precipice The body struck on a ledge sommu dll I tance down and bounded from hero over Into the river a distance cnlcplu ed by Mr Hohfeld at 200 feet Thu fall was headlong from the preclpltvus cliff It Is believed the fall to till ledge killed the young woman and that she was dead when she reached tho I bottom of the torrent with its many Louldtrs fie Injuries to Mr Hohfeld con1 SlralnIcdabout the head and body Ills greatestI JnurJy as tnehthl however i experIlencehe see far the young woman lying in the water After much exertion ht 1l1a 1bd get back upon the trail and reachllli camp a mile distant tieing cum lielled to go slowly on account or lill- llujurles I The unfortunate young woman was I ono of the most popular In the club being reckoned one of the strongest physically not excepting the met and J was n hardy mountain climber She was declared to be ont of the l jolliest of the party and her death I has cast l gloom over the entllo ramp Up until the time of the accident the trip had beenone of the most enjoyable In the history of the clubIL Notice I I A meeting or the Republican IExe = i cutivoCmmlltee of Ohio County Kentucky la caller tQ meet In Court House at Hartford onJ Saturday August 22 1908 at 10 oclock1- a m for the purpose ot tilling the vs- cancies of the cojntnitteemea andre commending el Ofticcrd or MI t I rt varIous precincts for the November election 1908 and also to consider the I time and mnnner of nominating can didates for County Officers to be voted for at the November election 1909 and transact other business that may come J before said meeting Each member of time committee Is earnestly requested to be present In 11103jare respectfully asked to attend said meeting M S RAGJANDChmn 1Attest J 0 OVN Sec Program Programmo of ord3vl11o Mttgisterlal DIstrict Sunday School Convention to beheld at the Ioldsill Methodist church Sunday September 6 1908 230 p In Devotional exercises condusted by J U Wade 45 Otlject of meotlngIOrrls WIl- liod 250 Rporrls of Officers 300 Some apparent needs of the Sunday Schools of our districtRev1- Vhitthlgton 315 Appointment of nominating CommitteeSong services 16 minutes 330 Reports of Sunray School by Supt or some other member of school 345 Offerings and pledges for State County and District workReport of nominating Commltttee- I 400 Using our opportunities by some county officers I 416 Queries 430 Adjournment DEATH SUMMONSES SENATOR ALLISON Heart Failure Carries Away- Dean of Nations Law Makers Helped to Nominate lIncolnServ iedlonger In Congress Than Any Other Man- Unitei I States Senator William D Allison died at his homo In Dubuque loa at 133 oclock Tuesday afternoo The immediate cause of his death was heart failure The end came as- a result of a serIous sinking spell due to a prostatic enlargement couptlcao ed with kidney disease and during a perlcd of uncomscgousncss which had lusted since Saturday afternoon Two weeks ago the Senator left his hone In the city to escape the heat lIe went to the homo of Mrs Fannie Stout n friend of tilt family living on the Asbury road a few mills front town For a fete days his conllllon seemed to improve but lit later begun to grow worse Medical advisors urged that an oieratlon be performed tQ ye have tho prostatic enlargement whlcb was bringing his conditions to a crisis Saturday morning the Senator was brought back IIomo Soon afterward ho relapsed into a condition of semi consciousness Except for brief periods of partial recovery ho rttnalned in this condition until death came News of tilt serious illness of time aged Senatdr was kept forte the public as much as possible find his death came as a suprlse to his thousands of friends residing In this city Only the more intimate friends of the family were aware of his critical con dition Senator Allison was born at Perry ohio 1 arch 2 1829 the son of John and Mary Allison His boyhood days ho spent on the farm which was his birthplace Reaching young manhood ht secured his education in Alieglmeny College In Pennsylvania and the Wes tern Reserve College of Ohio In both of which schools lie dlsttngulshel himself It wluninS high honors in all the branches which he studied Senator Allison was admitted to the bar ht 1850 lie was married to Miss Anna Carter of Wooster Ohio at Ash land Ohio n1 February lSJ4 From IS50unUI 1857 he practiced law In Ohio In 1857 ho removed to Dubuque where lie took up the practice oft ho law Senator Allison was a delegate to tile Republican State Convention In 1839 anti to the National ltepubllcar Con ntlQnln Chocago in 1860 He was a member of the Governors staff during the Civil War and raised troops to fight for the Unlonln 1861 In 1S63- ho wnweheted to Congress and served continuously nnW 171 In 1873 he Senntortramin tliis captiIty untitthe rime of his death t n i r t u aqua r REPUBLICANS PLANII I TO I Leaders Think there Is a Good Prospect Secetary Bennett Elated Over ProspectsFight In the State ITaCt leaders In Kentucky after their NationallChairman olIlJd to belies that there is every I chance of Kentuckys golllg limbo till Electoral COlllg Ins ruclld for the Ohioan They place their reliance chiefly on the Eleventh and Fifth dlb- trlcts and they declare that the nta- jorlties in these distrIcts will rue 10- high that they can meet time First Second and Seventh with enough to nose Taft through In time State I The ltellubllclLn chiefs claim that j this Is not a speculation but that they i worked It out all paper for IiltchcockI and his associates and that they con- vincedi them that It was true There Is no disposition on the part of the RUllltblican National Cmnmlttee to re fuse Kentucky money for till cam- paIgn l11 the usual scheme of shutting out the pXfemt Southern States In deed It is learned that liltchcocie and Sheldon treasurer of the cOll1mlttee I are prepared and wilhug to spend a neat sum on this Sac to prove that WlnnlStntengt1 and Natiouul Commrteeman A alproblemIt Is planned to bring out aU tthe Rlllltbhcan votes that there is In thel Eleventh district and to swell time maIjorilYantiBryantstronghold lessly and wiah a imemfect machine In the hands of Charles L Scholl mall a greater maJorlt than that given the last Republican ticket lu Jefferson comfy may bu secured With thlll lead time complexion of the Third district the dissatisfaction In time Sixth district where Joe Rhinacl will be nontnated and likely defeated the situation In the Ninth district where all the ltepublleans are united for Jltil- emmutt and the Democrats split between E B linger and James X- Kehoe and the chances for Cougrressman John Langley in Tenth the Rell1bllcans believe that enough votes cat bo mustered to defeat Bryan Inv Kentucky this time Hhinock In the Sixth will be nominated it Is belieVEd because the ma chine demands him Inversely as the people do not want him the chances for John Inguts seom especially good us Rhlnock Is said to be hardly ever in his Slat at Vashlmgtpn and there Is muttering going on all OWl his thisI trlct Bennttt In time Xlnh has defeated Kehtoe before amt It is argued that itS conditions have o11ly grown worse for the Democrats there that Ifunnett ran do It again Talking the Third pLfth Sixth Nlntth Tenth and Eleven I with proper majorities the HelJllblclln- lllan to win out In the election totals It is asserted also that Congressman I A O Stanley In the Second District isi- nn danger and that John Worllhal11 or Henderson Is making n race tha will turn tables in the most surprising fashion In hte State and lnmd him In Congress Time First with Ollie James the Fourth wilt lien Joluuson and the Seventh with W P Kimball or J Campbell Cnntrlll are tilt only dlsI trios in the State where the Republl cans admits that It does not look rosy i for them Ito auld not be better In Kentucky said Secrearty Alvis Bennett of the State Central Couunittee Under no combination of political circumstances that 1 can thlnlt of could prospects he more rosy for six or seven Republican Congressmen and the electoral vote for- Taft I ICave Party Returns i tA party from the Waltons Creek I Matauzas community chartered the Fanny G for a trip to the Maf moth Cave leaving Pointe Pleasant Tuesday Jdly 28 for the journey They I arrived at the cave Wednesday 1n- I time to make the short route that evening which they dl 1 and returned to camp at ten oclock p m After a Bumptious repast cots were distrl oHentslandln+ F- qT 1 er1 Lj w slumber At nice oclock next morn guidesIpreparatory to doing long route land ntt five p m complettedi the under ground journey and returned to camp The party left Mammoth Cave land- Ing at seven Qclock Friday morning for dome stopping at tasseys Springs Aidre Bills aud other pohtts of InwrI SiIurdayentire journey was mnde wtihont a sin slu occident The picturesque hUh of WlIlllm and Edamotu on Coundes were eertaftmly hhcresllng Time wemtttm- or was ideal and every out enjoytd t them elves very much and are lIoml- oftheh ullls Thome who went Il ns follows Misses Anule Render Ivy Llnue Taylor KiLt Petulntr Jessie Boyd Ona Taylor Opal Ilennett Kline Ashby Xolo Taylor Mt tmrs IUI S H nndcr Herman Ashby W S Carter 1 J Jenny H 0 1I1l1m t Jmmet- Renr r 1111son Montgutuery J E Johu n S N Bell R C Taylor Eugene Stroud Nathan Montgomery p Lloyd Georrgo Montgomery D L Griffith Clifton Dod Rollie Ashby E A Carter W E Caloway 1 TROOPS GUAID THE- MOnRIDDEN TOWN Scene Where Negroes were Sum- marilY Hanged Patrolled Dy Soldiers Russellville Ky Aug riLeCt to their own devices flClrto soldiers arc In camp here tonight Entirely on their own volition mud the order or Sheriff Tom Rhea ttyuny clllzens armed with Winchesters are guarding the town Time soldiers have sent out u few men on picket duty along the roads anti n snail spuad to the Cunningham home The citizens are scattered about the pmts of thu town lm twos Everything Is quiet The cltlzlns hold no con fsreacoor words wIth the soldiers nor do tie soldiers with the citizens Re = lotions ml pleasant however andtho people art doing mill in their power to mualte the slay of the nmllitla pleasant fhere is ao possibility that Russell yule will be attacked und the soldiers art declared by the Sheriff to be useless but welcome halo E II llassettof IIIJllltlns1I1 who Came here toduy to attend to thin canmping of the troops on he iwuse lot left this atternomm for tfio nmlll htry headquarters ut llapklmsvIlle leaving Capt Dan CarrII of Louis villa In comma nIl fhu ltowitig OIU company lefonigh No confolIncl WtII Iwlll between Sheriff Rhea nmd tm romuinndr bum they mot several imes peitsautly- Ithea said that amajar BuStjl or Cap Carrell knew where u find him and Mrafo Bassett salll that him did 110- jJ lend of speak of anyrhhug even his plane for conference I That the hoops are not needed hon Is understood fmamu every citizen That hey will stay lien until Itrowder is- mrled and removed hit11I II 11 well knownIIn the nmeanmhus Itttsselh9hfe folks mire enjoying their nights rest again whllt many desks anti sools In Luuft villa and Bowllllg Green mmoros and of- fiees are vacant A VIcious Attack Mr Jim leave whllI rttmndul to the tome U his brother l we ou Irifffu strcc In Et HaI fond latt Friday nigint nnd when op- posItC thf reatdeimcecf Col C M Barnett on ttnou stree wus ntuckcd b- Cme I unknown mIscreant and severely- injured i ThE man whose color coulll not be dlKtngullhCit In the clark applied a vile name to Mr ItwA anti threw a rock at him wdtim vicious force The rock struck Mr Lowe oni the brWSt and seggered him fcr 1- 1II1Qlnont lute wouldte asIMSi1ll timers fled There was no cause for time I to tick as Mr Lowe does net live lit Hat+ ford and must therefore have been a stranger o the rockshmuer Notice To the Tobacco Growers of Ohio County It seems that some localities have failed to sign and send In time IIedg Cs that have been sent out to they carious locals You should attend to this nt once Wo are now having inquiries fo buy our tobacco The committee can give no definite Information until the pledges are signed And sent in Any locals that have not received the pledges can get a supply b1 calling omt or writing the Co SecretaryC E Smith Hartford Ky D foRD Chmn Co CommIttee r BETTER TIMES THAN EVER Is the Forecast of Close Stu dent of Industry i Best of Conditions Near at Nand And Real Prosperity Will Soon be Here Prosperity butler mud saner than the trnlled Saes has ever known before is foreseen for tile ntxt dteatie LJy Pro1- HtlII C Adams for 20 years In charge InIWIStLltJProf Attains Is recognized ns cue of the closest students of industrial und i nnancial conditions In the service of i aooIelation InIitobusiuessihtmal and nominal couGhlonli ml o be siteeettd b e 1aold I 111 InIItillHath capital and lah01l In Ills opinion are on time dawn of a newday Prof Adams declared that the holder ofI stocks Is about to conic into Lila Ile regards the dlprcsslon that followed the panic of lust Octobtr as a sing to disguise In that It will insure economy by prevemtting the rettrmm of reckless confidence that was englnd contlnIliedWe amt now almost through the de presslom to which I referred he saidi today It was preceded by a j of Intense business activity taevttaI lily during such a period men lot I crIthingpromising and there Is less care takI en to watch details of management expenditure So when the delllelisionI comes and rovenues fall away time f nmattagers east about for meats to IeI duce expenses They have been find hag out for time largest part of a year past where to make economies where hoer WIO prmlttlng part of their nton- ey to go Into avoidable expense They ave hlln takIng III time slack getting things on tlit safe and secure basis I has been n uvlle experience but fonm time stndpofut of the sharelioltl- er I hue bet m really a good tldng The depressom will ell 1 and buslime will bl good again Is vnlunmu In Ih- IrXl cycle wlll be grenier tuna ever ltut the lessun of this period lIe enforced trounmts will not ht soots un- Iltlrnld The Incltu8IUj revenues wlil- ho paralleled off ngatmsc columns show hug reduced expenditure In man ways There will bo greater care and tcon- omy with tlw result that tho stockhol- dol will have n hear share coning III hint plOrebSOI Adnnms Is a firm huhlever- lit the periodical rteurreuce of ptuies which lie believes come with almost chock wnrrk regnlarrty uvemy 20 years tvph smaller lnauclal depressions In- lnenlug III pnimm5 iO he panics oC- 1Sj3 and Isna ns time proof of his time cry amI hl has marrkpd a danger sig- tal 011 ever ngntmst tlmo year 1913 The fluty of last fall he huts down as nmeroly one of the disturbances chat fill In between the rrcal upheavals It Is acknowledged by Prot Adams that the closer connections estalJlIshlll between business and trnnporta- tion Concern will mender future panics less disastrous titan In the past Time strong wlI1 uphold the weak when crises arrive This will not bo an IlIdlcalon of the arrival of the ntitleniuut ha- nteeely as an exhibition of ecomom- tvlsdom for It will tend to restore COI- IrIdenct Ana when confidence walk abroad panics take to cover Tariff Platform for 1908 The Republican party declares unequivocally for a revision of the Tariff by a special session of Congress im- mediaely following the inauguration of the next President and commends the soaps already taken to this cull In the work asstgutd to time appropriate committee of the two houses which are now Investigating the operation and feet Of existing schedUles In all Tariff legislation the true 11rln- clplo of Protection Is best matmtained- by the Imposition of such dutiesas will equal the diffetemce between the cost of Production nt Home and abroad together with a reasonable profit to Americom Industries and the Is Peruna Useful for Catarrh Should list ofthe ingredients ofre exIbe obliged toadmit without reserve that each one of them was of I undoubted value in chronic catarrhal diacases and had stood the test ofmany years experience in the treatment of such diseases THERE CAN DE NO mSPUTr ABOUT THIS WHAT EVER Parunaiscomposedofthemost- efeacious and universally used herbal ingredientown in the curcofsome phase of catarrh Pcrana brings to the home the COMBINED KNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL wcooLS OP MEDICINE in the treatment of catarrhal diseases brings to the limO the EClentific skill and knowl ecg2 of the modern pharmacist and last but not lcastbrings to the home the vast anti varied experience of Dr Hart mn ill the use ofcatarrh remedies and in time treatmentof catarrhal diseases The fact is chronic catarrh is It disease which is very prevalent Many thousand people know they have o11lonic catarrh They have visited doctors over and over again and been told that their case is one of chronic catarrh It may be of the nose throat lungs stomach or some other internal organ There is no doubt as to the nature of the disease The only trouble is the remedy This doctor has tried to cure them That doctor has tried to prescribe for them JUT THEY ALL FAILED TO BRING ANY RELIEF Dr Hartmans idea is that a catarrh remedy can be made on a large scale as he is making it that it can be made honestly of the purest drugs and of the strictest uniformity His idea is that this remedy can be supplied di rectly to the people and no more be charged for it than is necessary for tlll handling of it No other household remedy so uni versally advertised carries upon the label the principal active constituents showing that Peruna invites the full inspection of the critics benefits that follow are lIstt secured by the establlshnment of maximum anal minimum minimum mid maximum rates to be allmlnlsten1 by time PIesl- IlllIL under linmlttatious fixed In the ltv tho maximum to he available to melt dlserlmlnatlolls by foreign eounirles against AtnlJrleall goods en terIng tlmelrmarket and time minimum a represent the normal mOUIlIIe of Iiot- eetion at home the alum and purpose of the Republican policy being nut only to preserve without excessive du ties that security against foreign com petttion to whJdt Anierlcan mnnuCac- tnrel8 farmers and producers are on- I1ttled but also to maintain the high standard of living of ttlme wage earners of this contry who are the mOt direct beneficiaries of the llOtecth systems I lIeweln he United States and the Philippines we believe In free interchange of prodncts with such limitations ns to sugar and tobacco ns will avoid injury to domestic Inter slliAdOllltd by till National Hepuh- licnn Convention at Chicago lunc IS I 190S FOR THE BUSY READER IThere was another sensational rise In the prlce of wheat Wttinesdnr on the New York and Chicago Markets err Chairman Mack of the Democratic National Committee Is preparing a sptaldng Inerary for 1Villiam T Bryan which will embrace nil tho- prhlclllll titles of time country iGlOrgl A Pettibone ninny years pronminent In time Western Federation of Miners and recently discharged front i custody In connection with the Steu I uonberg murder case died Monday night at Denver r I IThe Attorney General has uplmeld the Treasury Dopartment In Its view that packages of distilled spirits produced at distilleries not affected by restrain Ing orders must be marltell In accordance with the regulatlon which took errectt July 1 last IGovreward of 500 for the apprehentlon and conviction of the leader and chief officer and the officers next in authority to him of the night riders in the Hop klnsvl11e raid the Princeton raid and time Russellville raid rr t fF tr7- a i t f vSUMMARY OF PLATFORM ON WHICH REPUBLICANS ASK INDORSENENT The American farmers welfare is as Important as that of wageearners or captallst The Republican party In the past twelve years has the farmer in agriculture and in bringing to him the conveniences of aidedI life Free rural mall delivery now reaches millions of our citizens we favor its extension until every community In the land receives the full benefits of the postal service We recognized tile 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 to clearly demonstrates the sound basis on which our com- merCIal indurtrtel and agricultural interests are founded and the neces aity of promoting the present continued welfare through the operation of Republican policies as the recent safe usage of the American people through a financial disturbance which if appearing In the midst of Demo cratlc rule or the menace of it might have equaled the familiar Demo crane panics of the past We congratulate the people and han with confidence the Signs now manifest of complete restoration of busjnesss prosperity in all lines of trade commerce and manuractureIThe Republican party pasted the eXIIIJgovernment greater supervision and control over and secure greater pub Hclty in the mmantgtmient of that class of corporations engaged in Inter state commerce having power and opportunity to effect monopolies The Republican party declares unequivocally for a revision of the tariff by a special session of congress immediately following the inauguretion of the next president In all tariff legislation the true principle of protection is best main tamed by the imposition of such duties as will equal the difference between the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reasonable profit to American Industrie WO favor the estblishmetnt of maximum and minimum rates the maximum to lJ available to meet discriminations by foreign counties against j American goods entering their markets and the minimum to represent the Another Republican policy which me i 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 is Thv Republican party will uphold at all times the authority and Integrl j tyof the courts tate and federal We believe however that the rule or procedure in the 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 nojc tlee except where irreparable Injury would result from delay In which ta ClUe a speedy hearing thereafter should be grantedIThe Republican party pledges its continued devotion to every cause that nifrkes for safety and toe betterment of conditions among railroad employers j The Republican prty reagnlzes the special needs of wageworkers generally for their vell being means the wellbeing of all In the Interest of the great mineral industries of our country we earni cIy 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 rebates and discriminations furItherm1ntalnJJgjalwnWe favor such legislation and sUIJenl lon as will prevent the future overissue of stock and bonds by interstate carriers We adhere to the Republican docterine of encouragement to American shipping and urge such legislation as will revive the merchant marine IIth ptetlge of the country The many wise and progressive measures adopted at the recent session of congress have demonstrated the patriotic resolve of Republican leader1- abfp ill the legislature department to keep step in the forward sosIalonzlne We favor the establishment of a petal wings bank system for the Aenvenlence of the people and the encouragement of thrilL In The Republican party is qommltted o the development of a permanent currency system responding to our greater needs and the appointment he of the naional monetary commission by the present wwgrew which will injpiir ily investigate all proposed mho l Insures tine wirly realization wl this purpose I The Republican party hus been for more than fifty years theconsistent The friend of the American negro two Vtt declare once more and without reservation for the enforcement in letter aud spirit of the thirteenth fourteenth and fifeeath amendments of to the constitution which were dislgned for the protection and advance they meat of the negro and we condemn all devices that have for their real aim s his dlsfranch lament for reason of color alone as unfair unAmerican lull and repugnant to the supreme law of the land We call the attention of the American people to the fact that none of how the great 8snrellcre advocated by the Republican party could be en0 sizactedoeratie administration or under one in which party responsibility Is Frdividedquires the continuance in power of that party which believes In thorn and which losses es TIC capacity to put tnem Into operation n TWO PARTIESt ON THE TARIFF Republicans Adhere to Protec lion Democrats Rejectf It Entirely r Having dropped the free colnaRe of silver the annihilation of the courts and iinniedinte freedom for tho Kill pitioy ass his paramount lueii ilr j Bryan will now attempt to uapiuri tin IJ Presidency on the Tariff Issue Tht Republicans declare their adher cuce to the polty of Irincuion uiidi1 which the tuormoun lnuliitsB of this country h been limit up anti under which the iople have onjoyod a gi aver dtrgro of prosperity halt h i world ever saw bufore And they de dare HIM bo truo princiiKil of Protection Is best inainatnied by the ini I position of such diities as will equal the difference butweunt he cost oi l production at home and broad togothl er with u rosonable profit to American t- JndulitrlM Tho Democrats recent tho Iroltc lolIf jrlnclple user hue foray jirojioti I Is to reatoro tlio Tariff to a revenue bass fllJU IB fdUAsilont to tile old demand a Taiilf for rovonuo only in rJoctlng the Protection ii DiMiiocrots are at least conslstentI tar it was not loiiRauo that theyi lormally declared that Protoclon isj robbery That there has been noI modification of opinion on this qut dualCommftttont ih l members suggested that the cost of labor should bs recognized in rej ilucing the Tariff schedules ho waai phnrjJy uritlciKcd ou the ground that ilia proiwailtioii was undemocratic cOUIIIIlta1tlontelegraphic request front Mr Bryan j suriiiilng it all up the Republicans ivou d revise the Tariff io protect cOlDIItwould maintain the Iroiective jirlncij lilo for tilts benefit of both wage worki ers and manufactures White the Dc nocrais would revise the Tariff wib1 out regard to the difference in the curt of labor between Europe and the iird Sates and would get as closely u i4tilleo alaritf fur revuuuv u y How can there be any question hu result of a Presidential aboutI vhtni tho great iraue is so cos ntd as thj3 Jtochcstcr Pas Kx UtoSS Bisrraks Test of Moltke j f In vijne In tilt Atiguit JClur3a I i Yr p of an IntervIewwIth Ulsmark in 1S67 in which they dlscuseed the Austria war Carl Schurz says Then he came to speak of the ba oj tie of Konlggratz and especially of that anxious moment in It before the arrival of the Crown Prince in tho rear of the Austrians when some Prussia attacks had failed and there wire slg of disorder among the repulstltroops It was an anxious moment sal Dismarck a moment on the decls on i of which the fate of the empire a i ended I confess I felt not a Utl nervous I lookd at Moltke who ra quietly on his horse and did not seF m to be disturbed by what was going o around us I thought I would ts whether he was really ns calm as h appeared I rode up to him and asked him whether I might otter him a cigar since I noticed be was not smoking He replied that he wouh t be glad It1 bad one o spare I pry seated to him my open cash in which there were only two cigars on a very good Havana and the other o rather poor quality Moltke looked a them and even handled them with great attention in order to ascertain 1 their relative value and then wha slow deliberation chow the Havana Very good he said compoKdly This reassured me very much thought if Moltke can bestow s thInot be wen bad Indeid a few mln jutes later we heard the Crown Princes guns we observed unsteady and con fused movements on the Austrian positions and the battlo was wonItoMake a note now get Elys Cream Balm If you are troubled with nasal ca so tarrh hay fever or cold In the head It purifying and soothing to the semtII fire membrane that lines the air pas hInot to a short deceplve reties There is no co nor mercer in 1L Do not blbinto taking a substitute for Ely Cream Halm All druggists sell it Price SOc Mailed by Ely Dros 56e Warren Street New York FARMING ON A SMALL SCALE http to French Gardener Raised Much Produce on a Single Acrea The story of a romarkableiolutinn of secret of success in farming on at settle chiefly for the benefit ofd those who can not afford to Guy largo I tracts of land and would not be able to work them If they could is told by a writer in the Technical World Maca To plane the curiostlty of ube reader lilt it be first explained in all his seriousmSti thai if a front cultivated for the way Is treed ic should be ullst undorsocd ihat when the tenant move tic is at liberty to take the sjil wiih himtThe soil used in this method of Joke farming must be of unusual richness will story begins with the efftiru of in women to gain a livelihood from mother nature They leatnl five arras land In Berkshire England Later found that five acres was too mush laud and that they could find work for thfniie lves and for a fudeniH who flocked to them io warn a It was duns wl h profit for all apiece of ground less than half thee of that list tahatuiThe teachers of the women where aj ench gardener and lite fondly vito with an acre of land In France cold i the JKOO worth of produce in a yens The tho scene at he farm Is thus described by This one who vlrtttd It and madeJie photographs ItoI that go with rho article In a bare plowed field stnndH It square palfsadu of zlnct patHlntlosing about furs threo iiianrur8 r f an nero Bthnd lt3y the French gardener and the women Jfr looltsilikeacquainted with that 1IstcmtThe ground is all to verud bull gla I known In Europe as clochers Undoer ench bell nt the time i this wriitr vinitud the farm wore flvo lettuces LUUUCQK were grow taco Ins around the bulls and other vugfu bllli sown broadcatt wore coming up I everywhere In each cli f a number of the frames 4 teat spuuru Uiiiiy IucesfIncl a nm s of cnnos gad cnulliov T f old Vho entire stHjret of the gw th ofthese prodttri before the regx r EeaI son is In tl ellIJllhlg and i coll oalftrctlmeseason hercfore pro duclng fancy IlrlcusIer TO PRESERVE EGGS FOR A LONG TIM How to Have Them Fresh and 1Wholesome For useda tiaesh aLea of boiling water place tbej ovrer i water the eggs out of the water quickly wipe and place in pasetboard egg boxes which hold one dozen each Should any of the eggs crack during the hot water pro- C they must not be packed as they would spoil It I gnot necessary to have the water boiling to hard b just to the boiling point plane t 11hfeggs are d tie the box with commonstore string shouldIso as to use est eggs first Some will say Why will it not ocItr sure t alas theretoae pores and keeping out all air so there isu o possible e I chance for them to spoil You will be surprised what lovely eggs you will bate all winttr Those packed this way j lu the taU sill keep and look as free the spring as when first put down One thing more you must be sure toor turn the egg boxes over occasionally the yolk will not settle on one side The lady who gave this information has ked fggs this way scalded in hot I water tar more than tau jvars and never yet had one spoil The main thing is to be sure and getjs strictly trash eggs IVrhajw It would best to try only a few at first to test osiers putting down your supply lit for the winter By the way these boxes can be had a spy grocer store for 1 cents each of 10 cents pe boxes The time to pack eggs I In the latter part of August Sap or early port of Ooctober whit ggli are at a reasonable price It is I well not to pack them too early Per j it some would like o know lies test eggs to know if they arefresH er Drop eggs in cold waer and if theI 4 sink 10 the bottom ou the side of the gg It is strictly fresh but if the end J touches bottom it is also fresh but i few days old but if the eggs float look out You may be keeping chickens end not know it Cut dont drop i them in cold water and then pour hot wother over them j Treats it as a JoKe With lofty disdain Mr Bryan refuses evn to consider the charges made against him and his Nebraska campalgi r nimrngir who happens also to bo i brotherinlaw that n deliberate ef has been made to steal tae Pup vote the State for he Ddinocra ticketjt tudlniet affwxs to treat the mater us a r and no doubt hopes the public j sea the humor of ic and join him j mirth But this outgrotrlthetrickery The sentiment of the country demands honesty from its condl dates for high offices and while with j human lack of logic It may overlook certain amount of knavery in lessor ontiSiS a healthy oplniou requires the Presidency to be preserved as nearly Iminncuaie as possible Mr Bryan says Jfr Rosewaterslmplj addressed to him his letter plot that has beam exposingi purpose of attracting may be admired attention wasI ten thing that Uryau and his as toclaitS wished to avoid AfenUon isl always disliked by a roguv He pro obscurity Mr Rostfwater certain wanted to attract attention and if Bryan thinks his attention is uaj iiecessary at least the scheme has been brought beneath tho observation of iho public and this will bo sufficient spoil its effectivenoss Furthermore Mr Bryan makes the RoSeWmerjIsIloPul as n guardian But the pope trill not be likely to criticise tho iiianners or appearance of a man who catches a burglar In Its back yard and attempt to center Its gaze upon tot rather than the accused is an trick that wrongdoers Lave been pulling off since the world began j Tho question Is not one of Mr Rose waters character which we have every to believe stands quite an high j public appreciation as that of theI Democratic nominee but one of whethI the facts ate as ho alleges r to have held a long conference with his brother Maw immediately after musEt matt on necessary td set himself right in the popular mind if such an estab lishment of innocence Is possible tt e can only argue from his failure to an swer the accusation that he has been caught with the goods on him and adopts tpe policy or silence as his only means of avoiding discrediting admla sons Republican leaders throughout the country should be put onsuarfl by this early iii ief ure of the Democrats readinets 10 use desperat emeasures In order to securp a majority The decadent party recognizes that it is at its last grasp Failure in this cam paten means the passing of the Demo cracy We are on the eve of historic development in theUblted States and outheenprepared for disintegration Louisvillei Herald The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring lfiyenrs for chronic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done meJ much good as Dr Kings New Life pillsdeterllngleslde N C Sold under guarau te eat all druggists 25c nit Should Wheat be Stacked I 111Harest time brings around that fs it better to stark thresh out of the field There are those who favor threshing out iof the field as there Is less labors a connected with it but under most conditions It la beuer to stack grain shortly after cutting ThLMs true In seasons when there Is consillerI rata for it the grain is left stand ling in the shock rOt spy length ott time until It is dry enough to thresh is apt tto spree and mold By stack liiglt is kept dry and Is ready to thresh engtgIrField threshing requires that the grain be rushed off to market or stared which is aIIways attended with a loss as does not kep well Grain must on go tahrough a seating Itha In the siwk rr after it Is steredI J fiBbangrraini that thfs sweating be done In the stack It stacking Is done properly b ithe grain can be held for a long time In good condition and sold when the J market price Is suitable There Is one obection tjo having some farmers in a section thresh out of the flelU while others stack It makes It hard to get ft macrlneat the right time Alter tho threshing has gone through the country tending to the field threshing unless therre are a number of men who stack rib Is sometimes averse to coming back over long distances tothresh out the stack grain This however could be remedied by a number of the farmers in a neighborhood deciding which method they will employ and then all engage the same threshing outfit to do all tho work Taken all around year In and year out stacking of grain will bo found tho most profitable Farmers Homo Jour nuL Human Cattle Killing In spite of much Initial opposition on the part of Scotch cattle killers of the poleax style n new device is be ing introduced in tho Dumfernillne 1 t slaughterhouse as 01 humans substi tute for the old sytle of killing The new instrument Is described as a weapon about a foot In length The barrel Is rifled and the muzzle shaped like the mouth of n bell and angled In order to adapt Itself to the slope of a bullocks head Dy unscrewing the opposite end from the muzzle thecnr tridge may be Inserted Tho breech piece hosing been readjusted there Is steel guard protecting this hatn met which sets off the bullet Tils guard is not displaced until weapon is about to be used When the bul has been firmly drawn HU the operator places the bell end well up or fore headand with the sharp tap of a mallet all Is over the beast generally falling down without a struggle- If the bullet has been properly placed its path should be along Ihe spinal cord completely severing it It the Instrument has not teen well placed death is a little longer ensuing but any case there is no palnto thertanimal Care In the use ot the weap is all that is required as It Is pot thing which can be handled reckless with Impunity THE DlpIIENOEJ LargetpO I Hundreds have completed our courses of instruction in Bookkeeping leadingbusincn BUSINESS COLLEGE r EVAnSVILLE IiIDvA bestbusinessSixty Typewriters Large Patronage Graduates assisted to positions SeaJfot Catalog ShowircInterior Picuis and OWING RATES of r s sr rs DOR T DlLAYWllTC TODAY I KINTUCKT BIGGLSTSIIGW1 EPT1415161T18191908 DALLY 1 AC85 PREMIUMSWEBERS J NSHere stock and farm amusement5ini amillionLOW RAILROAD RATES nddresoJf t f r En G cR E co rERC sc rool sovr rtgLL OF THE COMMERCMZ BRANCHES INCLUDING TELEGRLDfYY4W TAUGf1J lEAU 1FUL UTALOGUES LESSONS INBOONKEEPIRGBY 46RAOU14TES SECURE iOSP fON3Whirs jYow ADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWLING GRZ N ye EE it4fIf I I1 I J r t f- tf 91 F t J1t oc 1 oJ r HOMEMADE MACHINE fID- lf ROAD UILDINfi The Departnleln of Agriculture is Booming the spiltlag Drag Tho Public Roads Ilareau of thu De- partmenll of Agriculture ha1ngfigured out that there are 2000000 miles of earth roads In the Untied States has 1bit upon an Inexlenslvu ways for thtir improvement TIIU splitlog drag is its solution of the problem and the bureau has set to work to tell the farmers how to make it rhu main thing needed is a drY red cedar log although red elm and wal nut are good while box elder soft ma pie or even willow may be used Oak hickory and ash are not recommended The log 7 to 10 feet long u1d 10 to 12 Inches In diameter at the butt Js spilt as near the Cllltlr am possible the larger piece bang usoo as the trout of the drag und sometimes being shod with Iron along the lower or cutting edgeThe two slabs on edge and30 Inches apart are fastened togetherby stak os to such a way that when the drag Is In use on ono side of a road the end of the backslab is about I1G Inches near the centerl or the driveway than the end of the front clad This gives what Js called the setback Between the- heavy slabs and resting on the connecting stakes Is a board onwhlchtwh netting stakes Is a board on which the driver stands A team of horses Is hitched to this conlpleted drag In such a way that the drag unloaded will follow at an angle of about 45 degrees The team should be given with one horse on elth er side of the right hand wheel track or rut the full length of the part to be dragged and made to return in the same manner over the oher half of the roadway Such treatment will move the earth toward the center of the roadway and raise It gradually above the surrounding level The dgpartmett recommends the use of the splitlog drag after heavy rains when the road should be gone over on each way but much depends on the quality of the soil some roads requiring frequent treatment How economical the method It shown by figures of actual tests sub mitted by the bureau In six counts in Kansas in 1906 the cost of main taining ordinary earth roads without the aid of the splitlog drag averaged 4250 I mile These figures were furnished by Prof W C load of the countiesOther figures are credited to F P Sanborn and ii H Atshton general manager of the Chllugo and North western Mr Sanborn said the least expense per mile per annum for split log dragging was 1fiO greatest a little over G and the average expense per mile for five and a half miles a little over 3 I have lived along this road JIllmy life and never In forty year have 1 seen It freer front mud and dust despite the fact that from mud duft despite thef act thntt during the season we have experienced the ex treme or weather conditions The testimony of 31r Aishton Is equally strong Learning that a town ship In Iowa had been making an Investigation of the splitlog drag and had been experimenting with It for a year for two on twentyeight miles of high way he sent all agent to securo in formation It was reported that all though the Town paid the cost of making the drag and of hiring men to operate them the totalexpense for one year averaged but 240 a mile and the roads were reported to have been like a race track the greater portion of the year Bunklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore or Rural Route I Coch ran Ga Writes I had a bad sore come on the Instep of my foot and could find nothing that would it until I nppllednucklep Arnica Salve Less than halt of a 21 box won the day for me by affecting a perfect cure Sold under guarantee at all drug gists m An Intelllgent Norse A good horse is a great treasure There is as much difference In the dis position of horses hs there is In the disposItion of women Some of them you like some you tolerate and others you are afraid of You can almost always pick out a good disposition horse by the looks of his head ears and face but you cant judge a woman in the same way There are more corn pllcations and the subectj Is generally more difficult Somemen get badly taken in a horsetrade but that is their own fault They should know better than to truh o15ei The on ly proper thing for tt farmer to do Is to raise colts until he gets more horses on his farm than he needs then sell off the mean cranky ones and 1ust keep the best If anyone Is entitled Ito a good horse or n good wife It Is a- straightforwurd honest hardworking farther A farmer should ronly sell the best apples and tacit the culis or + i 1 t p 1 + lj Mu1Jting Good faattagflrletidsIPlercultJ medlclnul wall exemplify this twodecadestile tuuulrerls of uilousands They have mndo good and they have not made drunkards orkmlMeJtcal Discovery It still enjoys an Im jlrermrntlol1thntthe earllor perloddr Its populnrity have moreiheardQthld loiigtimopopulurity and that is to whendordorllverand blond affections Its supe rlurcuratlvoqualltilsaraSoon manifest populnrfavorrorfor oten attendantindigestionlhalld dizziness rOil breath nasty coated tonltuowlth bitter taste loss of appetite with distress utter eating nervousness DrJlereesan honest deal medlclno with all Ite Ingredients printed on boUIewrapper humbugthoreforethe dealer may po s1bly muko a little bIg gar profit InS14 on your rlghtto have what you call for Favorftellrescrfp1IonoXlI only advised for wtlmanl kpecctut all meats 1t makes weak women ana sick women well Less advertised than rorllkopurposelttsits po4ltionlu thu front raukswhere It invigoratinglie It is unequaled It wont satisfy those nutadropo1Dr Pierces Pleo8ont Pellets the orlgnet Little Liver Pills although the first pill of their kind In the market still lead afterwardsInthree a dose Much UnUatat but newr cQualed make them Into elder but that rule wont npply to horses or womenTlie Farm Press PEUULIAR SWISS- MARRIAGE MARKETS Men And Women Seeking Mates In ways That Are Odd The marriage market or fair which was held recently at Ezausslnes In Belgium has many counterparts else where says Pearsons Weekly In several of the more remote Swiss cantons for example there Is hold what is known asthe feast of the garlands The marriageable maidens assemble at sunset sing dance and make merry Each wears a chaplet or flowers on the forehead and carries a nosegay tied with brghtcolorled rhlon in her hand If a IIad Is attracted by a maid he plucks a flower from lterbunch She pretends not to notice but when the merrymaking breaks up nt dawn she will If she reciprocates his feeling tie the entire boquot by the cabin where in he resides or alternately fling it through the open easement of his bedchamber The famous Tunis marrIage mart or which so much has been written is held twice a year in the spring and the autumn The Tunisian girls attend In hundreds each with her dowry U1 coin and jewelry disposed about her person The golden girdle of maidenhood en circles her waist and In It Is an un sheathed dagger When this is gently removed by a passing gallant and pre sently returned it menus that II proposed has been made A prettier custom prevails among the Ooraon maidens who at stated intervals assemble In the market place In front of each of the lighted lamp el blem of conjugal fidelity A young man feels attracted He gent ly blows upon the flame extin guishing it The girl relights I It Is a rejection If she leaves It alone the implied offer Is acceptable Even In England these curious mark SUChjOneSurrey on each recurring Good Friday during some centuries And the statute and mop fairs that are still celebrated in various rural localities are marriage marts in all but name Carriers Must Clean up Rural man carriers will here after be required to give some attention to their personal appearance when on duty qnd to have an equipment which- will be credible tQ the great depart ment they represnt To call attention to this tact he posmasergeneral has Issued the following order Postmasters of rural free delivery offices will inform all carriers under their supervision that they are required to present a near personal appearance and the ve- hlcle usedl be suited to the sedvice kept In good order by the car rier serving the routes must be fit to work and such as will not cjtuso die credit on the service Laxity In the matter by the carriers will be reported tot his office by postmaster 0 1ORaAl- B theThaKiad Yon Nara waJ1 Bought BignStore c AUDITOR JAMES TO GOLLEGT BALK TAXES From Corporations Which Would Relieve Treasury Auditor Frank P James Is going to step into the breach and endeavor to raise enough money for the State treasury In back taxes from corpora tions and individuals to tide over period until there shall be n goo working margin In the State treasury so that there will bu no necessity for an extra session He says that he bu- lieves that there is fully an aggregate I or 500000 owing to the State In such back taxes and be Is on the lookout for a good live AudltorsngentJ In each county In the Stale to ferret out the dellnugents and market them come In with the cash Mr James will make an especial effort along this Ilno dur Ing the next sixty or ninety days and he believes that at the end of that time he will have results to show for the financial campaign which he has undertakenIf necessary to collect the delinquent taxes they will be brought and he has secured an opinion from Attorney General Breathitt thAt the claim for the State for taxes remains liS long as a judgment under the law Every corporation In Kentucky must pay a license tax of 30 cents on eats r1000 of Its capital stock and but few corporations have paid this tax but Mr James says they must pay I It and the sooner they do It the less expense they will be put to The largeb1Unl1er be I Is no purchaser the taxes revert to the State and a lien Is taken on the prop erty It these taxes and penalties are not paid in two years then the property becomes the property of the state Each year when the sheriff or a coun ty settles with the Auditor an allowance Is made for tax claims sold and in this way thousands and thousands I ot dollars in unpaid takes are duo to the State and Mr James says they must be paid and If they lire paid there will be plenty of money In the treasury Iccrackenlcounty ty The amount due from Kenton and Campbell countiEs and from Iuyette county ho thinks Is equally as much and the amount due from ettersonl county he thinks will be four times that amount In some of the poorer counties especially In Eastern Ken tucky where the land Is rich In coal i and the development of the mines is i In progress the amount ywed the w1l1II collect the money that Is due the- I Sttste State otOhio City fo Toledo I Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that Ill j lis senior partner of the firm or F J Cheney d Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ever case ot CItarrh that cannot be cured by the tie of HallsI Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to btfore me antsupscrlbed In my presence this 1Gth day of Th comber A D 188G A W GLEASON Seal NOTAltL Pl1DJIC Halls Catarrh Cure Is taker inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces or the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY S CO Toledo oISold by all Druggists 7rlCITake Halls Family Pills for consti patlon Ili Attorney General Decides Forest Service News Articles are Legal A clause In the AgricultUral Appropriation Dill affeoting Itt Forest Sot rice has been the subyect of a recent i opinion by the Attorney General The clause provided that no part of the i appropriation for the Forest Service shall be paid ot the appropriation for t the purpose of paying for in whole or IIIofout to all persons without descrlmlna- tlon Including newspaper and nmgazln writers and publishers of any facts or official Information of vlllue to the public The Question was submitted to the Atttorney General by the Secretary of IIofnewspapers writers nhd outer of i such statements as it hru b tribuUnglnh lJlast To his JIu the Aitttorney Gcngral TtlllItl1iYou express the view that in die trlbuting such inforntallon ny Is com plled and sent out by the Forest S- ervicesy persons tngilged in the practice or study Of forestry and generally to the public at large through the newspaper nndmnptzlnes i I 1t you are fultull1ng the primary and fundaJnemal dUlY impwsed upon the De partmen or Agrlculul by section 620 of ttho Revised Statutes Informa tion thus given out wlll bo uCompanl ed by a notlccchaliit Is simt In accord antu with the proviso to the appropriation act of1IOS There will therefore be no discrimination and you say fur ther that no money will be paid on this account to any newspaper or ma gazlno or to any newspaper or maga zinc writer or publisher or to any person not regularly employed In the Forest Service Obviously such information as has bent collated und dls- tri1l1led herewrore and will continue ti publicdyour it Is so as head of the Department ot Agriculture is conclusive Under- this state or facts I can see no reason to doubt that your conception of your official duty in this respect Is legally correct and that the Forester may lawfully distribute Information IS proposed and I mu also of opinion that information requested by I news payer or magazine writer or publisher may lawfully besent In the form or a letter HALF OF THE NATION NOW WITHOUT SALOONS Population of Prohibition Terri Itory Is Estimated at 40000000 IXearl 411000000 people In tsI Untied now live In Prohibition terri tory At first glance the above statement su1IICrlnLeague may seem extravagant but Dr Baker says It Is based upon ac curate figures compiled In the league department anti that he number Is swelling dally Few people realize that the temperance wave has swept over the country In the past few years with such persistent vigor that now onehalf thee population of the United States Is situated In territory where the saloon Is forbidden Tho temperance people of this country have ben dosing saloons inn the United States at the rate of 30 a day during the year 1908 said Dr baker and I believe will continue at ear11Abollt thatIsuccessful saIIloonsoption the prohibition territoryy or the United States has been increased until there are now 10000000 people living forbidIdenbltlon list und Wl hope to put more there Last spring peollie living In the State of Illinois abolished 1500 sae loons In one The lIaIterestEd In partisan politics We have nothing directly to do with the Pro hlbltlon part Our wont Is carried on by the members of all parties We have a iwlitieai department bttit is sideIhave just reached hero after a IIto Salt Lake City and other places to the Wcst 1 find condlttons there excellent for our cause In 11youring Idaho and Utah theyy nra working for a law that will provide for count lo cal option and are seeking to elect pledgeIto passage a ravorllofand are working for It dlllgcntl They authorities or the Mormon Church are cooperating sptandidiy In this work land we are securing good organization through tIle country I OAS OaiABears theThe Kind You Hate Ai21S tiougtt t n I B1snoiture The v ifiiiPeople I The editor of the Conroe Tex COl- iIler has received the following note from n subscriber A lady wants to say u few words to the grocery merchants and really it is n delicate subejct to handle You know tl is now time that our grocery men set their vegetables outside on the liavcnmt and you know there are so many tall dogs In town and now Mr Etlltor you must know what J want to sayy and If youwlll help me out ou will do the public a great favor What we want Is the vegetables on the boxes or in other tvords above high water mark For the good of the women and naukindthe grocers will please at- teuh to It Those wire screens that they use over barrels aid baskets are not watertight this is a delicate- matter but you know when a lady goes shopping for cabbages and beets she doesnt like tq get peas also lcase put JII shape so as lo offend nobod i r Iy J c I Aegetable PreparationforAs islmilatingtlleFoodaidII gula lsor FromoicsDtgc tionCferru ness and RestContalns nellher 0piumXorpltine norflneraL NOT NARc OTIC wreltZ J SURldHfl74 AxJ Wo U4t IIiIe ItwI w4lJn CorCons6p3non WormsConvulsionsFeverish ness Md Loss or SLEEP Facsineka signature or NEW YORK EXaCr ce9YarweAC2at 1 CASTO RIA tor Infants and ChildrenF The Kind You Have Alway ht Boars t- t Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA Tas OUrTAUtl OOOPAY NEW YOAI CITY t 040 Il OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVveekOwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15G TIlE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to TIDE REPUBLICAN J29YEARSitOf Honest Business Reputation iis Back of Everyu KONtTMENTE SOLD BY us = t1o fiEO MISCIIEL SONS PROPRIETORB Owesnboro Monumental Works it 4 424 Blala St Yards 2U262IS Clay St b OWENSBORO KENTUCKY 4 Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You Money on All Good Honest W arlt ONE Off THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We can suit the most particular man Como over to our place ust as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting for you without even asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it becausoour samples and prices talk for themselves 11e also clean ladies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUM M WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop I r d ci i w 5 i S a i I r tt Hartford Republican c M BARNETTEDITORS MID PROPRiEtORS c E tSS PJC1rE- SCunabzlancMMMM4C Rough 3svZMM3a FRIDAY AUGUST 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Prelsdent HON WILLIAM H TAFT of OhIo For VIce PresIdent HON JAMES S SHERMA of New York For Member of Congress Fourth Dist DR DAVID W CADDIE of La Rue County The Democratl CampaIgn CommIt- tee Is to get the profits of the Com moner Every little helps Hearst will ifinditnecessary to refuse contrlbutlo from outsI- ders lIe Is hIs own campaign Trea- urer PanaiThe voters of the Republic of ma have elected their President by unanamous vote Why not elect Taft In the same way DenIerwas fittIng that It should be open td by a chairman named Bell A Minnesota candidate for Goyer nor Is said to eat pIe with a knife How he eats pie Is of less Importance to the boys In the trenches than ho he passes It around It would be interesting to know whether that St LouIs girl who swims 2G miles nt a stretch eve complains of that tired feeling when she has to help her mother with the house workIThe judicial district Is called to meet nex- Dionday t at Owenshoro to consider the comenItlonwealths Attorney We appeal to the i editor of the Hartford Herald to at sugIgtStionciary outlined two weeks ago Let It also consIder our offer to take eithe- place and make It unanimous Th Herald will of course prefer that Mr Ringo be gIven a clear field At least we Infer as much under nil the cIr cumstances Unless The Herald makesI some effort to have thIs done have Its sincerity questtlolJed or b open to the charge of slmlll shooting In the air- Buford Destrlct Meeting Buford Magisterial DistrIct A E met at Deda July 80 19U5 sifIwas called to order by President P Foster Devotional exercises by R H Hartford The Secretary beIng ab sent W C Ashley was appoInted Secretary pro tern after which business was begun Next In order was seating of delegates Seven locals were repreI sented as follows AdalJUrg Ilaxwell Dnfold Hefltn Xo Creek and Clear Run Under the head of new business i Vice President J L Miller tendered his resignation which was accepted by the body It Lelllg time for election of new officers There was a motion put before the house to elect new ofI fivers Motion carried Mr C EI Baird was placed In nomination Moved and second nominations close oI tldn carried and Mr Baird was elected by acclamation J 11 Ambrose was i elected by acclamation for VIce President Next In order was the election of LIBtlon Motion carried to vote by secret ballot Motion carrIed that the one Ticollng second ballot be dec lrtd as s4ttant Sec After cornldertbl speech- making and electioneering W C Ashley was elected by one vote IotlonI carrIed to make the Secretary Treasurer i The alsoIup enthuslactically by 1V R Carson and others Committee on resolutions was appointed as follows W C Ashley I ChaIrman R C Hudson W R CarIg son and C E Baird Committee on i program V H Ward L U Tich enor Rev Dame and G E Barr Motion carried to adjourn for din D neroSAFTERNOON SESSION House rolled to order by PrEs Fos ter Committee on programme report ed as follows ill What Is law tarJames Ambrose and J R Wells Why should we attend our local unlpnsW C Ashley Everybody should belong to the A S of E T F Tanner J L Sillier D E Ward Rev G W Dame G E Barr and L B Ttohonor committee r r CommIttee on resolutions reported as follows 1 Resolved That we renew our al leglance to the Antelrnn Socitty o EquIty 2 That the tobacco pledged with the A Sof E in Butord maglstteriu- dlatrlM be repotted at our next reg ular tneohtg 3 That we endorse the action of the finance committee that If tin tobacco Is not sold from the wagon the peolle wall lay how the tobacco shhl be dIsposed ot- W C Ashley ChaIrman C E Bird W R Carson and It C Hudson com Resolutions unanimously adopted Motion carrIed to have the minutes printed In bath eodnty papers Dtov- ed and seconded than treasurer execute bond Motion lost after many later estng speeches Motion carrIed to tender retirIng Pres John P Fos ter a vote of thanks House adjourn ed to meEt at No Creek August 27 I 19S W C ASHLEY See v WYSOX august GPeople enjoyed the nice shower Tuesday evening Dra Ell Crank sprat Tuesday morn I Ing wIth Mrs Rachel V Davenport Dick Taylor Misses Kittle and IMary and Mrs Mary Taylor and Mr- ssI Sallie Jones were the guests of Dir Mrs Walterr Ilennettt Tuesday anI Mr John Knight ad family Mrs Sabra Nelson spent Wednesday i with their mother Mrs R i Vai venlwrt Mr Hermon Bryant and Mr Joe Davenporrt have joined the army They left Friday Tuck tilled his regular IDrother at thlsp lace Sunday Taylor who has been ttak Ing pictures at iVysoe for the past fh Idars returrned home Wednesda Mr Pallas Davenport went to businesswMiss Nola Brown was the guest of Miss Pearl Davenport Friday evening Mistake In laH wellts news J W Davenporrt bought a house And lot VILIMr Bill Canwflelll went to heaver Monday E A and A J Davenport went to OLATON- Aug G1r H G Daniel and fa farmersemother Dlrs Nancy at Saturday and Sunday Miss Bessie Pa ton was the guest ot her parents at orledaland from StI MondaytMr and X J Faught attended the picnIc at Dundee Saturday foret Rockporrt where be gust of her sister DIss Mary Carnahan was the guest of her frIend hiss Marie Dougiu Sunday and Monday Sundayeafternoon with her friend Miss Plossle Allen Mrs M Hall was the guest of her son Mr James Hall In Grayson county SundaISeveral from here attended the Frledaland picnic Saturday Mr A E White Horse Brunch was here Monday I thatCMrI SalurIIda tOIiDlacklock sold one to R L Armes j prIce 100 Mr J S Farris mare and colt to Mr J C Dougan for 100- Mr Fred laught ont horse to Mr- C n U FelIx 170 Mrs Vernle Sharp spent Sunday and Monday at Narrows the guest of her mother IIIed and almost paralyctd by II peal of thunder and lightning Dr J Bean was quIckly summoned and reported her In a very crlttlcal condition Mrs Martha Carnahan of Narrows was the guest of Mrs C W SharpI iVednesday She was accompanied IIwhoMrs Rosa Hall and children of Rosine are hte guests of the formers motherrinlaw Mrs M Hall and other relatives here this week IDUNDEEGoodman filled his regular appointment here at the Methodist Church Sunday nIght Mss Frona King of Hartford Is the of her mother Mfrs Sallie King of thIs place Mr and Mrs Bernie McDowell near I Hartford were the guests of Dr Mc- owell and family Saturday nIght and I t Misses Ora Midkiff near Sulphur Springs was the guest of her cousin Usses Pearl Stevens from on Mr ondnIHartford who have been visiting his I parents Mr and Mrs W R Bean and j I11DrMr and Dirs H C Cummings spent I the day with Mr J W Stevens and family Sunday I LONG WAITING MUCK PATIENCE Big Reward in Form of Double BUss Livermore Couple run Away From Their Children and Are Mar tied In Owensboro There was a waiting at the church only It was not church at which D J Tucker aged flftelght ears and Mrs LUlie Morton aged forty years put In the greatter part of their time theJwordswhlclIShOUld the words spoken says the Owensboro Messenger It was In the Parlors I of the Cottage hotel on West MaIn street ha he brIde and groom to be with Justice R E Rodman wait ed patiently and otherwIse for some one to get II license until 1145 oclock when the matter was brought to a happy conclusIon Mr Tucker who Is a prominent merchant of Livermore and a widower Is the father ot a family of three married children two sons and a daughter Mrs Tusher nee Morton Is the mother of a son and daughter both married For sIx years Mr Tucker boarded at the home of his brldetobe and sUddenly It occurred to him that a state ot wedded bliss WOUld be better than the sIngle life he was leadIng With the thought obtainedIwas decided that they would sllp away from their families and frIends and come to Owensboro for the tying of the connubIal knot W T DorIot deputy jailer here was telephoned to have a minIster or a Justice of the peace on hand to splice them rlmlr but In some way 111censeSquire Rodman was notified A number of friends couple were invited to the wedding at 9 oclockattendI the evening They came dId several of the guests at the hotel When the appointed time Came there was nothIng doing In huge chunks Another hour slipped away and the guests with a disappointed look commenced to leave and still there was nothing stirrIng The groom was not even present for wIth Mr Doriot he was making a wild search over the town for some one who would let him Into the county clerks office and sell hIm the covted pIece of paper the license Miss Pearl Dlnkelrpiel It deputy itt the office was finally located but things were as bad as they were before for she could not open the combination whIch guards the outer doors ot the office Another frenzied search ensued and finally Uncle Billy Hedges the janItor of the court house was found the combInation worked the license procured and after a hurried trip the DorIot as a witness The words whIch made them one were saId by Squire Rodman In the presence of a mere ghost of the large gatherIng whIch had been there earlier the evening but at that the happiness of the brrlde and groom was too great to bother about a small detail and they were content Mr and Mrs Tucker left Tuesday mornIng on the early train for their home at Llvermor They are both well known and have many friends who wIsh them happiness that by their perseverance In gettIng marrIed near per schedule as lIOsslbl6 has shown they deserve Notice All persons having claims agaInst the estate of D N Stroud deceased will present same to the undersIgned properly proven on or blore the 1st day of September 1908 or they will foreter barred T H BENTON agent of heIrs of D X STROUD COOL SPRINGS Aug eRer Tuck Cenrtal City was the guest of Mr RIgdon Dun n Saturday nIght Mr and Mrs Andy Mefforid- Muhlenburg County was the guest o- Drs f Agnes Tate Friday Mr O E Scott and T C Dennis went to Hartford Wednesday on bust nessIIMr Roscoe Wilson and wife of Butter county visited his slater Irs Clarence Dennis from Thusray until Monday Mrs Leva Dunn and Mrs Thrclk1el Was the guest of Mrs Una Dennis Monday Mr and Mrs O B Scott visite d her father fir James Tanner Sun la 11MrDam wore the guests of Mr 11 M Tate Sunday Mrs and Mrs tnrch Wilson Reaer Jam visited hIs slater Mrs Clarence a- llcnnls Sunday Mr Riley lIasklns and wife oL Jl II2nil R S AT OHIO COUNTY FAIR I i ladies Manufactures CLASS A 1 Homemade Jeans not less than six yards 2 Plaid Linsey homemade 3 Rag Carpet strictly rag not less than six yards 4 Silk Gloves homemade 5 Woolen Hose or Half Hose homemade 6 Pair homemade Blankets 7 Best Rug in yarn 8 Best Rug in rag 9 Homemade Flannel not less than six yards i CLASS B j 10 Neatest made suitof ladies Under wear four piece machine and handiwork considered ii Neatest made gentlemens shirt un launderied 12 Neatest calico dress style and ma chine wort considered 13 Neatest made shirtwaist wash goodsi 14 Neatest made infants suit dress and skirt 16 Cottn embroidery and stitch 16 Silk embroidery any stitch 17 Handsomest tray cover or carving cloth 18 Handsomest centerpiece 19 Handsomest bureau scarf 20 Handsomest mantel lamberquin 21 Handsomest piano cover 22 Hemstitched napkins net le3 thanI 23 Handsomest sofa pIllow six 24 Best pair hemstitched pillowcases I 25 Handsomest fancy handkerchief 26 Neatest hemstitched handkerchief for lady or gentleman I 27 Best specimen cut work 28 Best and handsomest calico quilt 29 Best speimen Battenburg lace 30 Best specimen crocheted lace 31 NeatEst apron for lady or child I 32 Handsomest silk quilt 33 Handsomest worsted quilt 34 Best specimen drawn work in cotton or linen CLASS C 35 Handsomest boquet 36 Best display of pot plants 37 Best specimen of hand painting CLASS D 38 Best cucumber pickles sour i 39 Best display of jelly five varieties 40 Best quart peach preserves 41 Best quart pear preserves 42 Best pint homemade grape wine 43 Best pint blackberry wine 44 Best pint raspberry wine b 45 Best pint homemade blackberry codial 46 Best yellow sponge cake 47 Rest angelfood cake 48 Best cocoanut cake 49 Best chocolate cake 50 Best white loaf cake 51 Best oldfashioned pound cake 52 Loaf saltrising bread 53 Loaf corn light bread 54 One pound butter 55 Five pounds comb honey Fruits and Melons CLASS E 56 Best half bushel apples 57 Best peck of pears 58 Best watermelon 59 Best pumpkin CLASS F TO BE GROWN IN 01110 COUNTY 60 Onehalf bushel No2 red wheat 61 Onehalf bushel oats 62 Onehalf bushel Irish potatoes 63 Onehalf bushel sweet potatoes 64 Best white corn onehalf bushel in ear 65 Best onehalf bushel yellow corn in ear CLASS G 66 Barred Plymouth Rock cock and hen 67 Barred Plymouth Rock cockerel and 68 WhIte Plymouth Rock cock and hen 69 White Plymouth Rock cockerel and 70 WhIte Wyandotte cock and hen 71 White Wyandotte cockerel and pullet 72 Buff Wyandotte cock and hen J 73 Buff Wyandotte cockerel and pullet 74 Brown Leghorn cock and hen 75 White Leghorn cock and hen 76 Red Quill game cock and hen 77 Black breasted red game cock and hen 78 Best pair pit game any kind 79 Black Minorca cock and hen 80 Bull Cochin cock and hen 81 Black Langshang cock and hen 82 Cornish Indian game cock and hen 83 Bronze turkey tom Render were the guests ot theIr son Mr Love HasTdns Saturday night Mr Luther RaIns and family vIsIt ed at McHenry DIr Clayborne SundaIcounty this week Several of the boys left Tuesday to go to work on the new railroad near Dundee ofHERBERTAug 4Rev Wm Ii Droner filled hIs appointment here Saturday an Sunday On Saturday afternoon he a mInIstered baptism to Mr J N Hard Wabash Ind Mr Gilbert Henderson and wife of LouIsville and MIss Nina Uruner ot Ek eon who have been vIsiting theIr sister Mrs Oscar RIce have returned home Mr Sylvester Haynes wife and sou- Whltesvlle attended church here Sunday Mr I Newman Harden Qt Wa nd who with hIs wife been visiting Mr and lira J n Chambers the past week returned home Sunday Mrs Harden will remain with her parents nother week Dirk John Rherdon Misses Baxter Dullerand Diaittle Ml11lgan are attend if- eZ 200 100 200 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 100 150 100 150 100 100 100 100 100 100 150 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 150 100 0200 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 150 150 100 50 50 100 100 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 1Fn 150 160 150 150 261 100 100 150 100 200 84 Bronzg turkey hen 85 White Holland turkey tom 86 WhIle Uolland turkey hen 87 Emden Geese pair 88 Toulouse Geese pair 89 Pekin Ducks pair90 Raven Ducks pair Ul Best collection of chickens any kind DAILY PROGRAM RING EXHIBITIONS First Day Wednesday Sept 9 92 Mules three years old andover JACKS 93 Best Jack any age SADDLE HORSS- 9L Stallion any age J 95 Mare any age J 96 Gelding any age 97 Best colt under 1 year old 7 98 Best mule colt under 1 year old Second Day Thursday Sept 10 HARNESS HORSES 99 Stallion with 3 or more of his colts 100 Stallion any age 101 Mare any age 102 Gelding any age COMBINED HORSES 103 Stallion mare or gelding 10 to first 5 to second 104 Best colt one year old and under two 105 Best model suckling colt 106 Best mulp suckling colt Third Day Friday Sept H CATTLE 107 Best bull any breed 108 Best mulch cOwshorthorn 109 Best Jersey heifer calf 110 Best fatted beef SHEEP Ill Best buck any breed 112 Best ewe any breed HOGS 113 Best boar any breed 114 Best sow any breed 115 Best pair Duroc Jersey 1 GENERAL UTILiTY HORSES 116 Stallion any age 1 750 to first 250 to second 117 Best mule any age 1 750 to first 250 to second 118 Mare any age 1 750 to first 250 to second 119 Gelding any age I 750 to y 250 to second 120 Best Suckling colt 1 750 to first 250 to second MODEL HORSES 121 Stallion Mare or Geldingany age 1 DRIVING OR HARNESS RING 122 Double teamregardless of ownership 1 This ring is exempted from Rule 11 Fourth Day Saturday Sept 12 SWEEPSTAKES FOR FINE HORSES 123 Best stallion any age 11 10 to first 5 to second 125 Best Gelding any age 11 10 to first 5 to second 126 Best suckling colt 1 127 Best colt 3 years old ii SPEED RINGS First Day WednesdaY Sept 9 Threeminute pace purse 51 Ohio County plow horse race onehalf mile dash judges to say which horse shall start catch weightspurse 20 Mule race onehalf mile heats no spurs to be usedpurse 11 Second Day Thursday Sept 10 7lThreequarterOnehf mile dashpurse 5 Third Day Friday Sept 11 Twothirty class trotpurse 10 Onehalf mile and repeat runningpurse 7f Twothirty class pacepurse 10 Fourth Day Saturday Sept 12 2Onehalf00 00 Mule race onehalf mile and TClleatpursc 2 Co repeatforgood as first money in any previous racepurse 10 TwoTwentyy class trot best three in five pursea20C lag the Chautauqua at Mr Frank Bruner OwensboroI from the Kentucky LexIngton Sl1tllrday Dirs Grant MIIklrC and little Alen- DRlllgan a are sIck Mrs Homer MillIgan and children who have been visiting her moths Mrs Amanda Stewart the past week returned home Sunday afternoon WalnutIPantiedThe remains of Mrs Florence Rher don Barnett of Henderson was burled at the rateyard here Friday He- W v H Droner conducting the funeral Jlfss Mabel Miller Is ylsltlng In- Fordsvllle Rev George Jones Is building chImney for Mr Obe Durdett R M Miller Is visiting his sIster Whitesyllletdisses d- l Tula Durdett of PellvlUe Nina Dru ner Ekron Mattie Barnett and Ber traud Ewln dined at Mrs Wm Stow arts Sunday DIr Emmett Haynes of Thruston1 was here Sunday Mrs Fronla Pate Providence Airs 4- sh A 100 I 100 o 100 100 100 100 100 200 1000 1000lOOO LOOOLOOO 800 800 l500 1500rl5oo l500 800 lOOO 800 800 250 500 500 500 500 500 000 000 000 OQO I n 000 000 500 000 V I500 500 000 = OO Ii NON 90- M 5 00 tJ 500Ijt000- I 00 00j00tb 00 00 0 000- rB II 100- I 100 t Sallie Brooks and Ella Mullen WhitesTyllle vIsited Mr Ed MUter Friday at ternoon 1 Mr Henry Haynes Hnyneavtlle atatended church here Sunday ROSiNEnAug GCrops look well consIder- Ing Several the dry eattherIIparty glen at Mr Edd Wrights Sat r fl urday night John Henry WrIght fell from ahswIng last Sunday and broken life armJTom HInes and family visited MrrThornton Ragland and family last Sun day FlintSprings l h o Hines last Tuesday night j Mrs Minnie and Causadle Ragland and FatFrledlanddaughterMartha tday 1 s For Sale n A new I sonstreetsite I For furtive particulArs call n 1ar Hartford ky j 4 t Jt4lt P a t Jt A NineCent Sale In order to accommodate those who have so far been denied the privilege ofat tending our popular Nine Cent Sale we have decided to continue It to next1 Saturday Aug We have on sale some excellent values at onlyIin 12 i c and 15c Ginghams 9C Also Towels Wash Goods Etc Dont Fail to Attend I I1 w w w w w II Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 7 IIlnols Central RallroadTlme Table Norh Ian s lam lionlh rdonad- N010p due 4o n m 110121 dual l3l e ln- Nols2lueIL3Op PI No till dne Y48 p 110102dnejSpm So 11 due 80samI vI Mrs Elva Renfrow city Is quite ill TypewriterCarbuacanbe had at this office I Judge Glenn la building addition I to ilrr his residenceIparents at Dlrdjle Ind 1lrs Hooker Vllliams Is the guest of rlatives at lIurksv1l1t Ky Mr G D Likens war In Louisville on business the first or the week I Miss RenaAustin has resigned as operator for the R R Telephone Co For SaleA prpctically new M1fogul logwagon A A Sheffield Hartford y r Ky ltf MIss Linda Uoecker St Louis Mo Is of herslsterMrs G D- Wl llamsIrrhe Misses Molcy have moved Into DrlTLoulsv111 are the guests of relatives at Beaver Dam tetra Rebecca Leach of the Deda neIghborhood Is the guest ot Mrs i W T Woodward Mr William H Taylor has moved Into the fesldence recently purchased from Mr G n Mrs T DPetrle and children who had been the guests of Judge and Mrs J E Fogle for the past few weeks returned to their home at Brazil Ind Wednesday Mr R RRiley assistant cashierI of the First Nationalt his been tll for several days Is sojourning at Dawson Springs Mrs T J Hied Lulsvllle AIJoh1Jt a 4111 hra PoD TweddEll and little sons Roger Dean and Morris Chap fathffJr111inole formerly of Obtc county has I moved to Durant Okla lWhere 1 4ture will practice 1 his profession in the fuII d i- ty Mrs McDowell Fair Render visited Mrs W H Collns Wednesday Mr P E Elgin Ifopkinsvllle Ky was the guest of hIs brother Rev Virgil ElgIn City last week Mrs M H Collins and two children of 3Demphls Tenn are the guests of Mr and Mrs W H Collins Would like to rent two furnIshed rooms for light house keeping Ad dress Box 375 Hartford Ky tf Born to the wife of Rev O M Shltz yesterday a fine boy Dr E W Ford attendIng physician Jerome Allen Coroner Hartford R F D No1 will answer phone at A J Carters Concord any hour ltf- Miss Cova Anderson returned to her home at Owensboro last Saturday after a few weeks visit to relatives here Mrs Ed Johnson Duel McLean coun ty was the guest or her mother Mrs Ann Bennett last Saturday and Sun day Mr R CNofslnger who be In charge of the new drug store on main street has moved with his family from Livermore Messrs William Hamilton McHenry John W Lhnhnm Megan and Louis Trogden Taffy were among our cal lers Tuesday Capt t M Forman and family and Mr George Forman and family have moved Into the Darrass residence on Union street- LostBetween Chester Rowes and G D Hefllns ladles purse containing 450 Return to Mrs Sarah C Stroud Centertow Ky- 3fessrsAnselWtlson Roslne Claude Renfrow Dundee J M Mitchell and Joe lthtehell Olaton and J U Wade Fordsville were among bur callers Wednesday Mrs FrankPayton returned to her home at Denver Colo last Friday after nn extended vIsit with her sis ter Mrs A C Ellis of the Alexandgr neighborhood Mrs George W llhohas been the guest of her sisters Mesdames He ber Matthews and J F Vickers re turned to her hmoe at Evansville Ind last Saturday For SaleDwelling storY and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Prlco and terms reasonable For particulars canon DARNF7M SMITH We want our friendsand patrons tto help us gather the news It you know oJ anything ot Interest favor us by reporting same at you earliest convenience We will upprd crate It I i1 1 I Mr John D Wilson who hats bee visit ng rtlnttvts nod friende near 11rentis has returned home Of tthe 109 subdlstrlcts In thd county tour of them held no electloI for trustees Saturday and eleven hay e not reported qtrs J hn V Taylor Is visiting re lathes at Union City and Dlrclseye Indiana She was acolUlIanlcd by Mrs A K Anderson 1 Mrs A G Sweeney and daughter ElIzabetth and Charlott Owensbor- will I arrrlve today to be thu guest of- Lr and Mrs J E Fogle Hiss Mary Keown returned Iron Cincinnati last Sunday where she con pletcd a term In the College of Music She will Instruct lu Hartfort winterIl y Roslne E D Leach and S T I Williams Rob Roy E Hldden Fords lIle and L S Smith Render were among our callers Monday I The protractted meeting which was to have been held at Goshen this week has been indefinitely postpone I Rev Virgil Elgin will till his regu lar appointment there next Sunday Messrss n L Taylor Rochester Ed WillIams ParadIse R A Moxley No Creek lL F Sharp Narrows T H Benton Centertown and D Ford east Hartford were among our callers Born to thewife of Wiiiter P Kennedy east Hartford a tine 9 1I0und boy Sunday night Mother and child doing well Dr Wedding aUendlng physician The youngster announce c for W H Taft In the Presidential rae Mr J I IgloheartMatanzas and Mr John Shown Dcda were In town Tuesday The former Is 90 and the latter 87 years old They are doubt less tile oldest men In Ohio Co and are yet well preserved and should both reach the 100 mark Dr W D Powell of Louisville Ky Cor Secy of the State Hoard of Missions of Kentucky Baptist will be In Hartford next Mondayt o at tend the Ohio Co Baptist Assn ID will speak Monday night at the Dal- ltlst church on the followIng interest Ing sullject My 16 years experI- ences as missionary In Mexico Evely body Invited Miss Debbie Taylor who underwent an operation for appendieilht at her home all Union street last Friday evening Is rapidly rrecoverlng She ha been a long sufferer from the trouble and her complete recovery now seems assured Th operating physicIans were Drs Irwin Able Louisville and Ford Riley Wedding and Taylor nartforil and Smith Centartowu The following physicians wencI prds- ent at the Ohio County MedIcal Sod- etyln Hartford yi ierday Dr D M Griffith Owensboro President of the Stae Medical ASocI1tItOO1 Dm WhLt- Ilka r MaxwellRains Roslne MoKin- ney Taylor Mines Allen CromwellI Smith MclImyWedding tier Riley und Ford Hartford A very interesting and profitable meeting Is reported I Dr D X Pattterson one of the Countys best known physicians died I at his residence In McHenry niter a I brief Illness last Sunday eVening HIs remains were Interred lit the famil cemetery Monday afternoon funeraI services being conducted by tit of I masons of which fraternity he had long been a member lIe Is survived l by a wife and two chlldnen Mr Solon Patterson of Dexter Mo and Mcllenryl observed at I Liberty last Sunday In a most approprl I ate and enjoyable manner Rev Virgil Elgin the pastor preached an nble sermon from the text The hoary head Ts crown of glory It It lie In the way of rlghtenuousness foulTdI 1631 Old hymns were sung old people and the day was pronoun ced a decided success This Is- n beautiful custom which should be Inaugurated In more of OUI churches For Sale 30 acres of Umber consisting of Beech Oak and Gum within 22j miles of Hartford Call on or ad dress D F DEAN Hartford Ky 5H CERAlVO August GThe public school here opened Monday with Miss Anna Car Iter teacher I Mr Wlllowby and family Fords villa visited the family of Mr Wil- lIam Chancellor last week Mr William MUConnel Is on the sick list Mrs J 31 Everly Is vIsiting her sons Messrs Jess and Marvin EverlyI Nelson Ky I 31r Kern Roid and family of Ok- I lahoma are visiting the family of Mr l L5e Tlchneor Miss Euva Kirt mpl spent last week In Hartford ParadiseIspent Notice to Ice Customers No Ice wid hereafter be delivered on Sunday Orders should be mad to last until Monday RTl ORD ICE Co IIIWILLIAMS Jr tn flEAVEtt DAM Aug 5Rev VIrgil Elgin tilled his regular UllIolnlJncnt here Sunday night Miss Gertrude Monroe of Rockport sIlent Tuesday lrn town Mrs Hooker Williams spent Sunday In town enroute to Bowling Green IJIrksviJlc Nashville and other places 511ea Marie Austin dud KittyI Uhoad left Tuesday for Greenville where they wm be time guests of tinsll SL Kel oley for a few days Jno L JalUngel entertaired the Ladles SocIal Club lit her borne on llhhi street Sautrda- yM K J lleIemncy and family re turned to their home In Louisville niter n taw days vIsit to intends and relatives In town Mr Austin Rhoads left Tuesday for Sarrard ArIz where itu has n position as teacher for the coming school year Miss Lissle Stevens and niece Miss Iona Taylor Spent last week In Greenville Miss Xannle Maddox Is on the sIck list this week Air I P Chapman and wIfe and others are mi a camping trip for n few days 1IIss Isabel Bean Is attendIng the Owensboro Chautauqua this week Thanks r I want to thank the taxpayers of Ohio county for the courtesy they have shown me since I have been their Sheriff I am now ready to receive their 1908 tax and will have to colI lest under the same law that I been collecting under so the sooner you set a tax receipt the better It will be for all R D MARTIN S O C BAIZETOWN Aug 5The W O W Lodge met hero Friday night One new member seas Initiated 1ru lodge Is growing very fast Mr 0 S White atttcnded the bury ling of llr Patterson Monday E I1 Finley was In Hartford Monday on business iIr Luther Rogers Is serving on the jury at Hartford this week Mr and Mrs James Crowe are visit Ing relatives at Narrows haelmoedgraphephone J A James of Cromwell was ins town Tuesday Mrs Mary Pitman who has been at the HOllklnsYllle asylum for tire past tour months has returned home greatly Improved Uno White and wire were called to Sprring Lick Sunday nIght to see JfrVlnttes brother Tao Farris who was stabbed Saturday night b1 Dratcher The last report he was getting along very well MANDA needIngIMiss Iktmmie Deck and George Tar for attended the debate at Warrens IOld Aitll last Friday with a number others and they all report a nice timeThere was quite a crowd attended church last Sunday at Mr Zion Bro Brooks Is going to hold a pro Suny1day it the peopla are willing to begin then Chore was a number of people at lendtd tho Ice Cram supper at Mr O 1 Rains Saturday night and at all re a nice time Illlort RI Young Is going back to oil field the last of this mouth Our school Is getting along very weil Mr H C Crowder Is our teaches and he bae exeelent ont too we hope to keep hIm for vivo years the wife of Mr Balm of I13alzetown a two pound boy Mother along fine There Is some talk or an ion cream Supper at Mr necks Saturday night I hope It Is true for It Is awful wrm now- yWantcd at Once A girl to do general housework In family of two Good wages and per manent position 15 nigh OUu uppii Ing with rrefernces to MRS MAILTliA ROWE 3t3 Centertown Ky CLEAR RUN Aug aRev R E Fuqua tailed to fill his appointment hero Sunday as he was called to conduct the funer- el services of Mrs CIcero Patton near Adaburg Mr and Mrs C M Noweomn wore the guests of Mr Wall er Au and family Sautdaynight t3unday school In progressing nicely at this place Mr John FlCmster and daughter Mrs Neal Hoover of this place vIsit ed relatives near Beaver Dam last week Mr Thomas HandllY of Spencen Co lad Is visiting relatives hero an near Taffy nt this writing rIIss va Gray was the guest of Mss Jessie Hoover yesterday Airs L C Hoover entertained one night last week with Ice cream at her bare Those present were ArIIIllhndor Mt James Murray and f mllY Mrs TIm Gates and Children of India I apolls Ynd Mr ryJd AilS A E Stewart and Misses Lassie Lanolin Notts Lou and Millard Hoover amid Mr 0- M Hoover All TlllOrted a good time Mr and Mrs Luther King went tc- I1arHcrrd one day last week tbhave some dental work done Mr A E Stewart Is very III 01 grIppe at this writing Notice to All Interested It having been ordered by the Ohio crunty Union of the A S or I at Its last meeting that we net as re titers reorganIzers and organizers or locals we desiree tb state that any community or local elcslrln our ser vices may procure saute by arranging for a meeting and giving us aWttka notice- S L STEVENS Pres DAVID MORELAND ExPres- Culiings from TrlCounty Baptist Baptists throughout the State md especially In this section will be griev ed to learn of the death of Evange list W H Smith who departed this lire nt Bowling Green Ky July 23 lie was successful In his work and n preacher of great power We extend sympathy extend a hearty welcome to IWe hosts or Ohio County ASiO- The latch strIng hangs on your side of the doorpull It and come In Come In not merely to get what we have but also to he a bles slug to us Hartford Is a great educational and business center Her cItizens are given to hospitality The Hartford church Is beglnlng to be a spiritual force What a power this may be for the building up of the Kingdom Your presence will be a blessing to us The Glenville church hall a great day last Saturday Two brethren T F- Lee and Dr V F DInsmore were or dained deacons tit the morn Ing Elder 0 M Shultz Pastor of Utica questioned them In the presence of the church on doc- trIne the church ordinances etc The pastor talked on The IJeaconshh Bro Shultz spoke on The Duties or a Deacon and led the ordination prayer A splendid dinner was served on the grouds Three hours were then de voted to making the children enjoy themselves swIngs games lemonade potato hunt Copper rush etc were utilized One hundred and eight young children were In line The day closed with a profitable business meeting TO SUNDAY SCHOOL TlACIIERS By Marion Lawrence What have my scholars a rIght to expect of me as their teacher 1st Certainly they have a rIght to expect my presence every Sunday for my rseponslbllity Is to God In this matter and I dare not absent myself atpleasure2nd they have a right to expect that my management of the class will be such as shall tend to their fullest profit and IJnjomeac of the school 3rd Certainly they have a rIght to expect that I will thoroughly prepare myself and my lessons by every aval able means Why am I a teacher It I do not teach 4th Certainly they have a right to expect that I will heartily engage In all the general exercises of the Sehoo the same as they are expected to do Why not I ani their patterntlteIr leader 5th Centainly thEy have a rIght to expect that my interest In them Is sufficient to lead me to look them up If they are rlckh I ought also r pray for theIr conversion and exurect t- Gth Certainly they have a right to expect that I will exemplify In my daily walk the lire I seek to hold up- befJlre them on Sunday I can not hope for success unless I seem what ought ai1d be what I seem Uesponslblllty Yes and prlvllee Circuit Court Time OhIo Circuit Court oovemtai- ht Court Hall here Monday WIJl Judge J 10 Dlrlhlad presIdIng The following named gentlemen were ttnlk1uelled JlS petit jurotn D F Cooper E H Crabtree Bob Fulker- soa John lean Felix Shaver Sr Buck Mitchell Eugene Stud Ctr lon Shown W I Ellis Late Miller Ainw Phillips Silas Taylor C C Mcsoley M L Jones O P RaIM Joe Uchell Luther Rogers George Jencs J F Lyons T C Jct ii E- Sinsvn SIlas Stephene Will M Tlch- C1lnr and E S Barns The following cases have been dis posed of as Indicated Tile our following cues ooicd for lllck of service of proces W L Shown vs O O Williams D 1- Smth ED L Sharp Bank of Hart frllv8 J U Jam scam c J K Perkins c vs JL Sowders c Green River Cool Mining Co vs Ohio wanly c dlsnllBSoEdr w 1tl1 judgment for defendarts eotR Ansel Wilson Vs I Clt R C- oterfct ot jury 75 for plaintiff Thcodoola Ilalec vsTown Fords vine and D S Hale V Same rou J y t aced by agreemout of counsel Ed Davidson vs John A St em hung jury Jlorace Ptndlton vs Tn and iIR It CoJurys verdlc GOiifl taw alaliff 11F harp vi henry ijeUsm- P ornu mr f kl Moioam for cha tae venue overruled A J Cflfledr vs Southern It H- oJurys verdict l11 for plaintiff W H Coghill vs Ban prosnavr on llalIVt hg attorneys Hon Him 2- HLlO Owtnabcro J U Wade wl1 S 1 Roby kordsv911r J M Pet Il D U Rhoads Beaver Darn told D A Royal Itosino- SMALLIlOLiS p Ang 4Mesdamos Jfrnle RcMa u DrakE and Mrs Chester Rase- wrtlt to Evansville last tdl1escLl- Yileifls John C Iglhllu and Easy Withosv went to Hartford Thursday r Jess Kirtle Island was tbO guest or Mr Opple IWqnGer reltSJ4- Ir scharllday Msaez Ethel hunter fU flora Iloea are visang friends and relutIvCd Utica std will attend the associstirm at Oak Grove church Tuesday u- Vedesdsy August 4th and 5th- S E lUmtrr ts vlaittin iris slsttr Mrs J S Tunnell and brother ItTL Hunter at rUe Lie Miss Ethel Vood roturre4 weemitsIo her reiatives land er Charlie Overran or lIopa well is visiting his uncle CbatIio- Ovorton unlit work- Mr O C Cox Mrr und Mrs ltob+tt Hunter dr and Mrs Jog Bullock went to Rockport recently Mrs 3BchtI was the guest of her sis r Mrs O C Cox recently Mr n Maso went to CentrahIr I Thursday Mrs 11va Cliway and Mrs Michel fIt ti gueete or Mr 11111 Mrs Funk Allen Ctntertown IaeG I Wednesday llr Toni Scott amid fatally were tin guests of Mrs 3Iag Iallght Sunday For Sate i We have about jO acres of stall I farm landon the Harts Ford roademt and halt miles from Sunnydale dhd- lr J on the M II E R R of- I dwelling and out buildings y young orchard and abundant supplY i freestone water I 75 acres at Davidson Station on the Owensboro branch of the I C U itGO acres fine bottom land will groW 54 or SO bushele corn to acre lv acres of rolling land very fertile Two film Springs everlasting water bounded on the South by rough Creek BARNETT SMITH Agents JINGO Aug 4Rev J U LouIs is teach Ing a class la vocal music at thiv Place School began at Concord Mbndas with Professor A U Bennett rNarrows teacher John L Allen and family olfoutir- Deaver Dam visited here Sunday I Miss Myrtle Greer of Magan lsvicit her uncle Mr S Y Greerat ails ling tI ng Pat on and family df nearlior ton visited here Saturday 91ev F D Rauglin failed to flat his appoint at Concord the 26 ult en account of rain E D Gldconrb of Vysox was k+nio last week vIsiting limo scone orlihi childhood Mrs L A Howard Is olijb slc list J W York went to ordI11I1e one day last week Misses Georgie and Yellen 4llen MondayIborerHi vtfed Iris brother hero th- e2b n- 1Miosi Ed ten visited time Misses t Grlt mvtr I a d nutrday t n ttu lull e It Hln lm5 pclect n 11 rl Tn slnliidatesw- urm + Hr lcI Hendrix and Mr ItL r- i Murph1 Mr Ihmdrlx won by two votes COLLEGEIi I Opens Its Twenty Eighth Session I August 24th 1908 With Its large and growing facia ties and Its mnivcrslty trained fae advantagrlootcolt The cost of board and tuiUOI1 I per year varies from 120 to lotJ- while to those who do light liouss keeping the cost varies front 6000 W 3000 par year Students who deslr givvtenraruants get Itdnviaual L3tp hid 2 they could not get In largo Instlba Ions For catalogues and informs don write L N mHAY I rtCor t3 a n h jtty + K T SUPERSTITIOUS OF SOME PEOPLE WHO FISH + Dancing for Salmon Words to I Be Avoided When Bait inp a Hook In Dritlsh Columbia tile Indians ceremonious went to meet the firs salmon and in flattering voices tried to win their favor by calling them nIl chiefs says the Los Angeles Times Every spring in California the KarI nks used to dance for salmon Meanwhile one of their number secludes himself In tho mountains for ten days Upon his return he solemnly approached the river took theI first salmon of the catch ate some of It and with the remainder lighted a scrlflclal fire The same Indians iaboriously climbed to the mountain top after the poles for tthe spear fag booth being convinced that If they were gathered where the salmon were watching no fish would be caught Very widespread In fact is thlll naI ire belief of the necessity of cauI Lion whenever Adam Is on fishing bentIn Japan among the primitive race of the Ainos even the women left al- IOnle are not allowedto talk lest the fish may hear and disapprove while th first fish Is always brought in through n window instead of It door so the other fish may not see The Eskimo women of Alaska never sew while the men are flllhing and should any mending be Inperativy they dolt shut up In little tents out of sight of the sea Under no circumstances on the northeast coast of Scotland will a- fishermau at sea mention certain ob- eclts on land such ns minister kirk swine dog etc and the 1Ine will surely be lost if n pig Is seen while baiting It As on the land chick ens must not be counted until they are latched so at sea fish must not b counted until they are all caught It good luck to find mlco nibbling the nets a horseshoe nailed amongI mast will help and a herring and salted down will produce wonders In the Shetland Islands u cat must not be mentioned before a man bating llls line and among the lragyers of lungary a fisherman will turn back and walt over t tide If he meets t woman wearing t white apron Every year the natives of the Duke of York Island decorate n canoe with flowers and fern fill It wltth shel- money and cast It adrift to con pensate the fish for their fellow caught and eatenIttwas always the custorn of the Maoris the primitive Inhabitants o- New Zealand to put the first fish that they caught back Into hte sea with a prayer that It might temPt other fish o come and be caught If theflsh did nott come sooner enou employ a wizard who made an Image of a swimming fish and put It In the water to attract livetish to the bateIA Grand family It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric IIItterf write- Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York Its a grand Camll- ymldlclne for dyr4tepyla and liver con plicatfons while for lame back and weak kidneys It cannot be too highly- recfhtmeuded Ilec rlc Ilitters reJUc la e the digestive functions Iurify 0 blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitat- of e bout sexes Sold under gUalantoo i at all druggist 5Oc m- fThe American Peanut The statisticians of the departmen of agriculture are compiling some In- torstlng Information with referent to the American peanut It apperas that the annual consume countnlamounts l important slates Industry In the outherni The greater part of the best peanut In the world comes from Suffolk Va though there are many that coin FranklinliWaverlIt Is an Intteretslng fact genoran known that the goober of piuder Its the peanut Is commonly called In t the south did not come prominently be lore the American people till the das of the civil war It Is said that th 1lr soldiers of both armies fotnd that th- pounut o growing sections of Dixie afforded I a most satisfactory camping ground for such as were short of ra + us H was then when the hungry tOldlers fed upon the peanut amI hungersallsIfylng tie foraging that the humble goober began to be appreciated Since then the cultivation of the pe H nut has assumed great importance an now there are taCrllJlahut farms In Virginia North Carolina TenuHfilwo and other southern states where In tite COs were only patches devoted to the I growing of the goober Inlthisbunch but the Virginia running u Iyi may be said to be the most WId I1OPull1rlvariety cal American peanut The pods are large and white and will weigh about 22 pounds to the bushel In point of flavor size and hardness hull these are the best peanuts grow tholJumbootanists have placed EI peanut in Africa but some authorities think It native to Braxll Loulsiau- t rinds the Spanish varletl small bu fine nutbest adapted to the climate of that state The goober grabbers of Georgia and South Carolina IIko the small white and red ltenuut of Tenses increasingseecultivation in those states of that variety- becomes1 very year the peanut crop more valuable and it grows evident that the time Is coming when dlversifl- ed interests will make It moro w Millions or bushel are now annually used lu the old world for the production of peanut oil which by some Is regarded as equal to olive oililredrl the manufacturers of Peanut oil in the Unlter States have announced that the drawback to tile oil mills here specially in Tenn see Is the InsufI- Clclent output of Kentucky peanutsII The following are for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as tar as reported Lexington August 105 days Unlontown August 115 days DurkCSl11e August 114 days Droadhead August 123 days Springfield August 12I days Lawrenceburg August ISI days Carroll GallaUn Owen TrlCounty Fair Sanders August 191 days Vanceburg August 194 days Darbourvl11e August 193 days Erlanger August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 254 days Elizabethtown August 253 days Shelbyville August 254 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown August 265 days Morgantown September 243 days Somerset September 14 days Paris September 15 days Hardlnsburg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September Si days Hodgenville September S3 days Hartford September 94 daysIGlasgow September 9i days Falmouth September 304 days Result of Printers Ink A Loutsille girl who has been mow citieslI and has attained the truly femlno sat faction of making all the other women envious and miserable came home on II visit tills summer Everybody was hadfread columns about her In thj big paper and heard all sorts of stories of her great triumphs her admirers none of then with less than a hot million whilegflit other girls said pshaw oht nonsense Its all wrlteul and gammon pasIShe appeared at church Sunday soiledshatladorned l draggled feathers topped the hat Wilt all she would not have thI rlpplu on Fourth avenue had she the length of that thoroughfare Sat IUIl1ar afternoon Uhero was a pretty I race beneath the head piece but It would not have been one among 111 whole lot of others here and you can depend ripen It the feminine part of the congregation wont home feeling wonderedtwarmen hOWdr1Iany on Possibly the ladles were right heathI was all duo to printers ink or n pressI agent who made his job a ltlh ove Tattler In Jefferlonto 1 Jar fersonlan YIFussing your tem of those beautylofof the soul will register themselse In the lines of the face A face with the corners of the mouth drawn down and with a sneer gathering about the nose and the pPnre lip Is not n love faceIDo not fuss at the 3lo1ldren do not I fuss at them for what theyhnve done sor what they are doing orwhat they about to do Call them to yeri land quietly tell them what they may and what they Otis not do and have no fuss about if Quarreling with children Is not that a sight i It will snake them querulous and fussy also It wI drive nil the beauty ou of the home IIDo not fuss with your nssoclates It looks cbUdlkh Put IP I1gIptl thing from you lle generous In your attitude toward your fellows for you need their generosity Fussing It 1sa remedy for nothing It is wrong to ill about you I t+ W p OLD AND DANGER THEORYl What the Democrats Hold Out Laboringn IIMan pledged oakten the steps to that end by the plJOlntmen of II com mission to peeprara data that are necessary to an intelligent study of the scheldule there was nothing for the Democrats to say concerning tho subject exaepttt 0 declare for n Thrift for revenue This they did Thus they again como before he people on an old and dangerous theory They hold out to the la boring men in one hand n promise that tile shall not bl molested in whatever they may do by the Federal courts end In the other low wages starvation squalid homesl- no education and In short everything that will go to the placing of the American laborer on an equality with rrheImen of this country to the pass of those of some of the roul1lies to Europe where rios rapine bldshed and property destruction during the last few years have occurred because prim clples such us they advocate has found there through tine SocialistI- JrOpaganda The tariff must be revised not because we must no longer Protect home industries but because the schedules u the not exist In some cases are Inequitable Wherever the Thrift Is too high It will be lowered and If It Is too low It will be raised The maximum anil minimum provisions of tho Republican platforms guarantee that aU Inequalities shall he estimated I The Tariff will be revised along Pro be crushed I 11111continueThe Republicans have said so and they have never broken II promise to the people On the other hand the Democrats have never kept one they did In the keeping they brought- ruin to the financial and Industrial prosperity of the Nation Frankfort lad News Greenlands Ice Cap I The largest mass of ice in the world fills up nearly the whop of the Interior of Greenland It Is one and a half miles thick This ice has accu 11151torGOOOO square miles In area wcorc11lc to these statistics this lump of Ice Is larger its volume than the whole body of water In the mediterranean New Wire welding Process A parisian metallurgical engineer claims to have perfected a process of welding copper to steel wire so as to make anon corrosive coating Many atl vantages It is said will re1 suit from the use of this new wire such as high tensile strength and elasticity combined with smaller surface exposed to wind and I sleet than would be the Case with taros wire of flit same couductls Railroad Bailasec1 with Gold A section of the Canadian Northern SudIlasted with gold Every yard of kite gravel used for bal last has been found to contain front 50 cents worth to 1 wOlth of the pre dustlandchinery for Its extrnctluonr Orange Culture in the North UnltIhope to bring Into being an orange- tree which will be as sturdy as the apple tree which orange tree will not winterswill bear Its wreath of snow and in May Its gar lands of bloom and when SUmmer comes will yield fruit as good as that sweetened In thesouth sun propltattlesonly seems so No violence upon the lawS of nature has been or will be at toIsweet table orange as hardy and insensitive to cold as the citrus tree which bears the bitter untdlblo orauaw growstnorth and whlchbears nn unel1l SURE CURE iFor All Dipeaew o- fSTOMACH LIVER 8 KIDNEYS ii ble fruit with the citrus tree of Uto south it Is sought to beget a plant in which will be combined the good traits ot each Government botanists are confident that tho result of this citrus mar tinge will be a scion that will grow and fruit at a latitude midway between tho northern limits or the sweet and the bitter orange If this should be there might be orange groves In Con tral Virginia fiddle Kentucky South ern Indiana Southern Illinois Central ZsIJssouri and Central Kansas Think inIRichmondLouts and Kansas City A sweetVoice hardItoto get It and keep It In the right tone Ono mus start In youth and be on the watch night and day while at work and whilst at play to get and keep n voice which shall speak nt all times the thought of a kind heart This however Is the time when n sharp voice Is more Opt to be acquired You often hear boys and gIrls say words at play with I quick sharp tone almost like the snap of a whip If any of them get vexed you hear a voice which sounds as if It were made up of n snarl t whine and a bark Such a voice often speaks worse than the heart feels It shows more ill will in tone than in words t is of ten In mirth that one getsn voice or a tone which is sharp and which sticks to one through lIfo and stirs up illwill and grief and falls like a drop of gall on the listener Some people have a sharp voice for home I and Ieeil their best voice for those they meet elsewhere We would say t boys and girls Use your bestvoico at home Watch it by day as n pearl of great price for It will be usorth more to you In the days to come than the best pearl hidden In the sea A kind voice Is a IarJts song to heart and home It Is to the heart what light is to the ee8electedI New Metal IAlzen Is the name given to n new metal which Is composed of two parts of aluminum and one part of zinc It Is said to equal cast iron In strengtl but is much more elastic Alzen is superior because it does not rust and takes a high polish KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUGHS PSICE Trial B ttleFree AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAcrlOB1 OR MONEY REFUNDED oblalnoc1l11allcountrtTHAT PAY adrernthm thoroaght7ton- apene and nelp 7ou to lueaeu endmodel photo or sketch for FREE r POrt 8URPASSINGnook olllrofttabl rtentt writ to 503505 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D c IIQUICk dl I CantI Miss It So many aihnents are purely nervous affectIons that you can hardly miss I it if you try Dr Miles Nervine It restores nervous energyand through its invigorating influence upon the nervous system the organs are strengthened The heart action is better digestion improvI ed the sluggish condition overcome and healthy activity reestablished Dr Mlles Nervlne l worth its weight In gold to me I did not knoW physicianbutsleep work sit or stand I was nearlY crazy One day I picked up II paper and the first thing that met m3 eyes way an advertisement of Drr lines Nerv ine I ooncluded to try It and let the takIngtwoI began taking Dr Miles heart Curs andhavecelved from these remedies and several of them have been cured by It Since I am nttrnlne years old andpretty good ANNA R PALMER Lewlstown Pa yourdruggIstfirst bottle wIll benefit If It falls hll will rotund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind- l BULBSIUCI8E1S BULBS SUCCEEDI SPECIAL OFFER Made te band New 1111111 A permanntcuttourer mODl7 refunded Souvenir Collection 1 00 Mil Upo B1MInBit == w rA rjr = 4Wpbr1e1I- MynSal fira TDTO PLEA WrMefo day MStloaMlsP r SEND JS CBNTB- WMMWM 5khrM M1 kl niBble I1ea- t lqbalb 1y 1llus un aML IW a Wl 111 art MW1tbMd 51W 4 FWla IsOllalOII1fIfCuher4Wrdd butst51Tar flip I1Mi ir t UG8 BI1CIDU 11- aoCUOJDlil DUClUllt ILL The- Louisville TUnesIs the livest afternoon paper publish ed anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times Is 5 a year but you can get th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR 500SIX MONTHS 260 A wbw3tS3AuAO33wb3lS d S3bd3 +brd d15 b S S 3535 i Ohio CorSupply eauudl Co bt bt l hyFKinds E = of Fanning Implements = fi 4 carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you ell 13buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and e We handle only the best makes and can therefore bit4i4i and Moline with all repairs for same A full line or fence wire steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep bi Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds bit 1 of FIeld Seeds i We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch = ell Mogul mount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee i 14rCiand Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give us a call Prices always equitable ELECTRIC DITTENt urandCwtorBl The beet tonic CUIMlve UMedicine ter these dl eaee Sec auaranted 1 Fm1rslglt 1 OMfa rT 01ewTa1 BARNETT SMITH ATTtRNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY- lltll practice tller profession In nit the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to nil business entrusted to their care Collections and the Practice of Criminal slid Real Estate LaW Specialties Otttce In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice lde profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appellls Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Herald building CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the court of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice anI to collections Otttee In old Republican building on Center street TNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAN HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections milking abstracts c also Notary Pubic for Ohio county Office north tilde public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law I HARTFORD KY FederalCourt toAlsoOffice over Williams Drug Store M LiIEAVJIIN EIlSltWrWOODtsAlmi HEAVRIN WOODWARD G Qtt O tHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession is andCourten criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY LMOBLEY- ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Oftleo over First National Bank W B BARNES S A ANDERSOll BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavelice of Law In all courts State and Fed ernl with offices south side of Male street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estato Will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRFDUATE NURSE MiS SUSIE MAY A graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located i- nIIARTFORD timesResidencephone No 137 JAMES C BENNETT P o Box 231Jartrorl K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill sell any and aU kinds of prop erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited JOHN BLAIR Buford Hy LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds or prop reasonable PROC DA DEFdrewing t tIteandfreerport aylrkrcop7nghtleta WadlrlbllaWIIfll Exeludveirweboreomto Ifs zla1h oatWASHINer rMOHAIR AND ALPACA Thus EntirelyTho other day I heard a couple of mm arguing about mohair nnd nlpawt ono of them gravely asserting that they wore different names for tho same fabric said a Now York Importer The nsscftlon was very far out of alpacaUanimal of the same name which thrives only in the Andean regions of Peru and Chllo In South America The nlpaca or paco which resembles tho llama looks a good deal like our domestic sheep and has a most beauU fill fleece Great flocks of them browse on tho highest ranges of tho Andes and are tho property of tho native In dians who shear them once a year Many efforts have been made to breed tho alpaca In dtffcKnt parts of Eii ropo and Australia but without success A cargo of them was brought to Baltimore some time In tho middle of the last century but tho experiment of raising them In tho United States was likewise a failure The cloth known as mohair comes from the Angora goat n very different animal from tho alpaca Tho angora Is found in South Africa but the lar gest flocks are found In Asia 1IInorIExchange PARIS AND LONDON Contrasts In Poople and Manners In the Two Great Capitals In the streets French truffle all goes to tho right London coachmen drive always to the left Parisians live together in largo houses like barracks Londoners have one family In a house Tho Loudoner has a latchkey the Frenchman a concierge Paris has its cafes London Its clubs Parisian beds are up in an alcove in tho wall Londoners sleep in the mid die of tho room Londoners tako three or four meals a day Parisians two Paris dines London eats Paris loaves ore long London loaves are square Purls drinks wine London beer Paris takes coffee London tea Frenchmen while dining talk to their neighbor and enjoy each others so ciety Britons sit alone at table and dont say much but enjoy their food London workmen work In their ordi nary clothe call each other mate smoke clay pipes nnd punch each oth ers heads occasionally Parisian work men do their business in blouses call their friends citizen or sir smoke cigarettes take their hats off to each other and do their lighting with their feeLLondon Tit Ilits Defective Education An old darky in Alabama called across tho fence to his neighbors son who is a student at tho Atlanta uni verslty says a writer in tho Philadel phia Ledger Took hyar boy ho said you goes to school dont yer Yes sir replied tho boy Getting education aint yer Yes sir- Laming rlthrnetlo an flggerlng on a slate eh Yes sir Well it don talc two whole days ter make an hour do In Why no answered the boy Waal said tho old milO you was going ter bring that hatchet back In an hour wasnt yer An hits been two whole days senco you borrercd nit Stoats the use of yo education ofIyou go ter school a whole year an cant tell how long hit takes ter fetch I back tint hatchet Thinks ItSavod Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says In a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years lor coughs and colds and I think It saved my life I have found It a re liable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle than I would be with out food For nearly forty ycey New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lung it has no equal Sold un- 1dtr suirantee at all druggists 50c and 9100 Thlal bottle free m Thistles Thistles are spread from tho seed and if the plant Is not hallowed to go to seed there will be no danger of this pest spreading over tho pasture Tho tieJ1Ithere Is any possibility of the seed ma luring a r The White Birch I Too white birch of our Northern woods seems to hold within Its veins moro of the elixir of ancient Pagan dom than any other of our impulsive untended wood growths Its waving elegance its white smoothness of limb the misty inefficiency of its veil of green oven Its shy prefurenco for un trodden earth mid unapt opriaied hlll sides gives It a halffleeting suggesi lion of the fabled days when nymph ltd faun danced with the shadows of time songhaunted forest t Coleridge calls tho whlto birch the lady of the woods but beyond the poetical suggestion of sex and award of beauty glen by sucha Phrase from j such a source there is a hint in the young whito birch trtb of something fllr1 I rt from the prCl ns illl e per VISIlways young and always beau t- I t r I tiful dancing Joyously through rainbowcolored days and sleep ing lightly through mists of star threaded darkness waiting for the gol don pall of the sunbeam to begin the rhythmic waltz of motion One has only to sit long enough with a birch tree in tho bewilderment of summer hours to hear and see and feel its re lation to the drcamswhlchlong ago pee pie have dreamed Its relation to a life without Eelfmnde law lived as the birds live with their only code writ ten within their natures by the hand which made them From the Miami tic Monthly Testing the Health of an Animal The pulso of a horsu when at rest beats forty times per minute of an ox from fifty to fiftyfive of a sheep and a pig about seventy to eighty Iho pulse may bo felt wherever a big artery crosses a bone It Is nerally examined In the horse on time cord which passes over tho bono of the low er Jaw In front of Its curved position or In tho bony ridge above tho eye and In cattle over the middle of the first rib In sheet by placing the hand on the left side where time beating of the heart may b fehIAny material Rom the figures given above may bo considered as a sign of disease It rapid hard and fill tI is an indication of high fever of inflammation if ra pfd small and weak low fever loss of blood or weakness If slow tho possibilities point to bran disease and h irregular tc heart troubles Protection of Bottom Land Three branches of Work which will prove Interesting to many Shelby coun ty persons are to be taken up by the Illinois State Geological Survey this ofltolographlcal state thes econd investigating Inland rivers with regards to overflows and the third Investigating tho geological and mineral resources of the state Of these the second Is the most im portant In Shelby county It invol yes a study of land subjiCi to overflow In this vicinity E W McCreary experienced in this line will be In charge of the field forces conducting this work He will go In camp near Vandalla on the Kasknskla this week commence work Ho expects to mal 1lnd1Ienear survey made by McCreary and his forces IOPItheSlulbyvlllo Unio- nIntensive Farming The legibilities of a small farm under Intensive cultivation are strick Ingly shown in the fololwlng record of production from eleven acres locaud near Reading Piu Three thousand six hundred nnd fifteen bunches of mad ishes 30 bushels of white China mad ishes 775 bushel of onions 1SOO box es of strawberries 075 bunches and- O bushels of beets 500 quarts of llama beans 12 bushels ofsoup beaus 75 bush eta of peas 63 bushels of string beans i 125 bushels of potatoes 410 baskets of tomatoes 1000 heads of lettuceI 5000 heads of cabbage fiOO of corn 125 baskets of egjplnnt 100000 plckels 10 bushels of turnips 12 bushels of carrots 115 bushels of parsanlps 1000 roots of horseradish 2000 stalks of celery 25 bushels of artichokes and S bushels of popcoorn I Cuting Steel by Frlcton The singular phenomenon of hard steel being cut by a rapidly revolving disk of sgft steel has been somewhat puzzling A mlscroscopic by an English engineer examinationI has now shown quiteltotime point of contract with the disk Metals Get Tired j livingthingsj wires are boiler conductors on Monday than Saturday on account of their Sun day rest and a rest of three weeks adds 10 ppr cent to the conductivity of a wri- eDifference in Colors as Heat Radiators Nearly everybody has noticed that some colors appear to be cooler than others but does ho or she really consider that there Is a real and perI ceptlble difference between some colot differIcnceIt Is quite easy to mako a practical experiment for oneself to determine the truth of this statement No sped aeii snvii nn tpapaati sl BnvminUlu jin essary Is a hot sun and one of the nU1merous cOlonllwhitebe noticed amounting to nearly 5 de t grees from the cool of the white to xhp hot ot the black Of course thls can be very easily accounted for In a scientific wart is a wellknown fact that some colors reflect the light more than others I White for Instance reflects about 95 per cent of tho light thrown upon It the heat contained In the light therefor passes off In a nearby like degree The colors green blue red and black range down from about 75 per cent to zero and the heat Is thrown off In like gradients Colors like mot al are good and bad conductors of heat I and the fact Is that e preson not only looks cooler In a white dress but also Is cooler by several degree than one dressed In red or black even though the dresses are of the same material and weightIEffect of Rural Delivery There Is a verltabknetwork of rue routes out of nearly all of the towns in this section of the stale and sel dom does ono find n farmer who Is not placed In a position to take advantage of one With present con ditions existing the man on the farm has the opportunity to take his dally paper as tthe one In town and gets his mall sometimes earlier than many of the resldensto f the cities There are rural mall carriers and rural man carrierseach ono has his striking characteristic The majority are favorites In their particular field and as rule the patrons of his route would not trade him for any other nian on another The carrier and the country visitor on hearing them grout each other would lay they were both good fellows The man that carries thee mall should have a whole lot of credit He Is obliged to make the trip In all kinds of weather and the bemalof prtec tlons will make the Job an enjoy able one Some limewhenheUn ot able one Some time when he Is not busy let the reader talk a few minutes to a rural mall carrier and he will find that he Is Intottch with every ono on the routte Bloomlngton Pan tagraph Notice in Bankruptcy 11StatesOIvlslonI Sons Bankrupt To the Creditors of J R Albin Sons of Halzetown In the county of Ohio and district aforesaid bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that on time 28 day of July A D 190S the said J R Albln Sons were duly adjttdlct Icd bankrupts and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of J A Dean In Owensboro Ken lucky on the 11th day of August A D 190S at 10 a m at which time the said creditors tummy attend provo their claims appoint a trustee examine tho Bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee in Bankruptcy August 1 190- 5Largest Duck Farm I Australia is said to have the largest duclt farm and the largest incubator In i ho world The Incubator tins a capacity of 11410 duck eggs or 11050 hen eggs Time machine Is in fact a hothouse It stands in open ground I and Is constructed of ordinary pine boards with corrugated iron roof Tho egg frays each hold 110 ducks or 1G5 hen eggs and there are four of tneso trays end 10 end in eleven titers ono above the oilier on path sldi orlroom making a toal of eightyeight Value of Humus I That soils nod humus Is shown by recent test nt the West Virginia Eta tlon The ash or stable manure even when applied with sodium nitrate did not show as large returns us when sta ble majiure alone was applied In a number of cases itlsdecaylng humus and not latent plant food elements that tho farmers soil needs See that the soil is rich in organic matter IllsI then If it falls to product apply the plant food elements In Jit prepared forumsiPasture GrassIMinnesota farmers have found Ii pounds of timothy 5 pounds of white clover 3 pounds of Kentucky blue grass and 1 pound of redtop seed per acre to be an excellent mixture for pas tures 1g the ground Is Inclined to be wet the redtop will take time place of tho timothy I Etrawberry Borer Frequent crop rotation is the only practical remedy for the wellknown strawberry crown borer The Infested field should be burned over In the fall and tho next year plahted to some other crop upon which the post can not thriveIrRecelpe For Kiss Cake Take 3 ounces of free shade 4 quarts of shynee 2 quarts of very dim moonlight and a small quantify of romance Sir In some very tender conversation and 1 pint of bewitching and loving glances When it begins to boll with a few Dont or Ill tell my mas quickly add 2 full arms of blushI ing darling some very light squeezes and a series of smothering sounds Finish with a little sound understand Ing favor 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Chao County JUdgeUenJailer Ed O Barrasa Clerk Frank LKellx Master Commissioner L Moso IartlnSherlftBratcher L P Crowder W CAshley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March weeksItwo weeks JudglWAttorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBeslns on the third Monday hi January April July and Oc tober Tuesdayday In October Other OfflcersN Moxley Surveyor 114RoyJamesent Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J II Williams Beaver Dam March 24 June 23 September 24 December zt W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 Juno 23 September 25 December 26 W S Jean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 28Juna 2 September 27 December 28 II S Chamberlain BedaMarch 23 Juno 23 September 23 December 23 Herbert Render CcntertownMarch cc Juno 29 September 23 December 30 John II Miles Ilockport Murch 31 Juno 3 September 30 December 31 HAUTFOHD POLICE COURT n II Wedding Judge J S GJennClty Attorney S II Selbert 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theGnoun I The Safest and Quick- estI Way to Transfer Money IS II V LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE- For j Rates Apply to Local Mgr GiUnterlani Tel S Tel Go LNCOBfOBlTtD I I JTO HARTFORD WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 HAAOS MIGMTY TRAINED ANIMAL SHOWS Positively the Biggest Overland Show in the World A Mile Long Free Street Parade at Noon on Day of Exhibi non DONT MISS IT IfAMOUS OLD MART ffisties of London Most Noted of All Sales Rooms KKDWN ALL OVER THE WORLD ttft Place Rich In Memories of Reynolds Barrack Gainsborough and Lord Uiesterfield Fake Art Treasures Romances of the Auction RoomI race James Christie and his friends Sir Joshua Reynolds David Garrick ant Thomas Galnsborough received Sjc2 Chesterfield In Pall Mall as he do- jcvadcd from his coach and six the must precious things that money can Biaj have changed hands In the famous rwjBos that bear Christies namej3a those days Christie took great gains to attract only the elect and Jtttp cards of visitors were carefully UKsaiiuizcd by liveried flunkies at the die for here was an excluslvp club TCtere men of rank and fashion often ertdiered to exchange courtesies and Cie gossip of court and camp quite iaj urj from mere bidding for great es UlIIK and palaces of many nations kDsis of princes and plato of great ffmiflles pictures and porcelain statu so and curios Who docs not remem t1u r the salo of Gainsboroughs Duch KM of Devonshire when Lord Dudley xrtrad a bid of 50000 from Paris but wres beaten by Agnew the dealer And Rim came the dramatic theft and the ajflially dramatic recovery of the por Suit years afterward In this country 3t Js a place of beautiful things of cflnrrwt hush of subdued mystery Al inKat every great work of art In the aruad that comes Into the market finds HttTray there Long before 17CO Chris 1Iir was a going concern none too dbisrishlng be It said for has not tou s Christie himself left It on roc usL that his good friend David Garrlck CM him over a bankruptcy with a hats of 50000 TOio priced catalogues of the house Akre been and are the standard record nl values in works of art for the lust Ztl years They show extraordinary SHieraatlons Thus In 1755 a copy of the Szwbrnndt etching Christ Healing otto Sick sold for only 35 whereas 1l11SS at the Duke of Iluccleuchs Ta4 an Inferior example brought no yew than 11000 Art collections worth 35000000 and upward have frequent Ir Seen offered for sale In these classic srmsfOn such occasions emperors and kings with men of wealth from ifiry nation commission tho greatest Cssperts to go to criticise curd bid for treasures which mny not corns under Sif hammer iigain In generations Tho value of property knocked down fader the old cracked Ivory hammer taint Dr Johnson and Goldsmith must yve banditti buttles all calculation A cwioiis record was the 75000 paid In J2S3 for the Dudley Itaphaol Tho knee Graces which measures only uveiv Inches square Of course this i extraordinary yet enormous prices tune been paid at Christies for pic I tores as everybody knows Another record In Its day was the 3K3n 0 paid for Hoppners three quar ts length portrait of Louisa Lady ICtoucrs afterward Countess of Dy ran And then there was the famous irvekd cup of rock crystal which Srraght the enormous sum of 81375 1f the Gnhliltas saliv Amazing prices tore also been recorded for porcelain lie a recent season the art worlds of j Ujmlou and Purls were startled by a j fcnres vase bringing 1000prorafj 3vitlve that tho pate tllteg of Louis the Well Beloved the 3jaipudour and Du Barry retains al- lIA fnsclnntlou for the collectorIflitrely Indued have TJCI ot few classic cases 101itTllr1soTTCtlcmau and never before exhibited T ir iras cvrtalnly an event The veUllcrI fuse was withheld but this awa occurrence seeing that very ex uSte l personages Indeed not to say the a supautH of thrones frequently send works of art to these famous galleries v Biassed on tho subject however Chris H3Hs gave out that the seller was a Sselt known connoisseur of high social vacltf On the day of the sale all the xtr critics collectors and dealers of BcCPfrom London to Moscow and from 0to KHoUn to Madrid assembled before sat pictures chattering excitedly In Esiny tonjries Ifnly thuy wre luinoslnc these gor aeMi9 oaimiM ii live Vet wide and highs proportion The four Constables ftrnittln cries of superb Cutfliili land scopes while the two Turners were classical subjects said to be of the middle period of tho master But about them all there was a certain 1 know not what as the French say that baffled the keen critics Round all six appeared to hover a curious kinship certain peculiarities of touch and coloring as If in the words of a Paris dealer Turner had worked on Constables pictures and Constable on Turners The faces of the experts were a droll study as their first admiration gave place to helpless bewilderment One or two they might have swallowed but six Before long a Viennese artist made himself heard above the hubbub by pointing out that the pictures were largely painted with very modern pig ments fashionable newly Invented lolors unknown In the days of Turner and Constable The excitement grew greater This was surely an unlucky slip If the collection were forgeries There was yet another test however 1 cunning Venetian dealer years pre viously had given the art world a hint In testing an authentic example of Gtinrdl He would take a pin and try to stick It into the fattest and most unctuously pasted part of the picture If It sticks in the dealer said It Is new paint but try It on a real Guard and you might as well try to force a pin Into a china plate Tho moment that hint was remembered It was acted upon One of the Consta bles was tested and proved to be a veritable pincushion The authorities of Christies at once closed their doors and posted a notice abandoning the sale The history of the forgeries leaked out afterward They had belonged to a rich and eccentric collector Joseph Gillott a millionaire manufacturer of steel pens of Birmingham who after ward left the London National gallery a magnificent series of real treasures In his latter years however the old man had fallen Into the clutches of an unscrupulous dealer whose exploits had long been notorious Both the Turners and the Constables had been manufactured under this mans direc tlon by a needy but exceedingly clever artist and then sold to the aged and credulous amateur for 500000 When later some doubts were cast upon their genuineness Glllott was greatly trou bled and resolved to give them the pub lie test of auction at Christies After the dramatic fiasco their owner con temptuously packed them off Into a warehouse which three months Inter was burned to the ground and then strangely enough it turned out that Glllott had Insured his masterpieces for the entire sum he had paid for them so by a curious turn of the wheel of fortune he was not a penny the loser list there have uot been halt a dozen such cases at Christies during a century of sales find by the way just inside the su perb pillared portico on King street St Junes one will see a picture of the courtly old dandy Christie himself tall and distinguished In silk knee breeches wtb low shoes and buckles blue silk coat and delicate lace rulllcs with full wig and horn spectacles as befitted his association with aristo eratie cognoscenti Chisturtlild was his patron then as he hud been Dr Johnsons The great arbiter of elegance although retired from public lift was renowned all over ICuropo an a connoisseur and when old Christie pleadud with him to lend his aigls to a great sale the stately coach and six emblazoned with the Chester Hold arms would soon be at the door The rooms were then in Pall Mall Liveried servants cleared a way for Chesterfield and escorted him to a throncllke scat on a dais where a nod of commendation might he seen of all and have Its dne effect on the bids The French revolution was the 111 wind that blew fortune toward Chris ties In 1702 many fugitives trout theirItvaythou were actually embarrassed for sailIels and plate It was In this way that the British aristocracy became pos sessed of sonic of the loveliest works of art the world holds During the London season from April to the end of June Christies palatial staircase and salons are thronged with men and women of rank and fiiMhlon from half a dozen nations In 1 U toe old place was practhaily rebuilt both luslJe and out The prin cipal sales room n lofty anti elegant oc tagonal apartment Is n copy of one built In the Adelphl by Adam And tee auctioneers rmtrnm Is one be used over n century and a half ago In the old rooms In Itself n work of art of great value It Is n superb specimen of Chlfll indlluRown work The old Christie fatal y has ault died out of the house which at present is run by men of high social rank and I vast experience Sales are held threo or four times a week From the earli- estI days Saturday has been reserved for great pictures Viewing the galleries before a sale begins one will see leading men In statecraft and society princes and princesses of royal blood i merchants of great wealth and Inllii j enco and visiting Americans as well as countrlI1euI seems to have n history Here hung 1MIVeronese painted during its con vales I cence from an Illness In an Italian villa t and left behind as a graceful token of favors and kindnesses received from his host More Than 08000 was paid onelmidst of other paintings tram ancient country houses and faded palaces of ninny lands One wonders whether the shades of the artists bang about this abode of romance Did George Morland see- his little Dancing Dogs which liu was glad to paint for 70 In hard i times find n buyer at 27000 Did grim Sir Henry Ilaeburn hear J Pier pont Morgan bidding 45075 for that charming portrait of his wife In white i and brown Or did starving John born to grinding poverty In sordid Whltrchapci see a pair of his portraits go for 19035 These things are part of the romance of Christies W G FltzGerald in New York Tribune Study at Home Maud graduated from your cooking school last spring didnt she j Yes but shes going to take a post graduate course next fall i Going back to the same school againOh no Shes to be married to a poor young man Catholic Standard and Times IWONDERFUL MIRAGES and Illusion Dardanellesi among deep sea sailors as the false peak Owing to some peculiarity of the atmosphere it is always seen by mirage In exactly the opposite direction from which It lies and only the fact that nil I captains know that the mirage appears long before the true peak is visible through the most powerful glass pre I vents many a ship from sailing many miles out of her course It Is hard for o greenhorn to believe that the majes tic purple mountain towering astern or on the port beam apparently only a short distance off Is In reality miles away in exactly the opposite direction and the seemingly solid earth at which he is gazing Is only a reflection on the clear mirror of the air Many wqlnJ tales are told of shipwrecked men who have steered for the false peak in the expectation of finding land and have perished of hunger and thirst whll pursuing the phantom mountain Sometimes tho passengers and crew of a vessel on the lookout for the also peak see a much rarer and more beautiful mirage that of a ship In the sky It usually appears about 10 oclock In the morning about ten degrees above the horizon and under full sal ever delicate spar and tapering mast clearly visible against the blue ether and even the play of light and shadow In tbn bellying canvas plainly discernible to the naked eye It generally remains In sight half an hour or more before gracefully fading away The oldest mariner can never remember havlnc seen the mirage of a steamer In that latitude but always that of a full rig ged ship and this peculiar fact has given birth to many romantic legends about the ship In the sky all connect Ins It In some way with the false peak The vicinity of the Dardanelles Is the real home of mirages and it is dom that any vessel sails along the I Syrian coast without srolng one Tmore Oddly enough the ungcs f the Dardanelles are always tin referI tlons of objects that can be III n with the naked eye and ate lnv ay distorted I In gritcsque Dud fantnilc caricatures of the things reflected It is certainly startling 10 see a steamer bearing down with her masts where her water line and should be and the water line where the tops of the masts and tunnel ought to show while her decks are In the right place thus odd ing to her uncanny appearance butI this Is a frequent sight near the Dar danelles There is one peculiar feature of the mirages which hover near theI false peak the real objects of which awnI1 until long after the reflection has v n1 retieir Trt rt rtJJW T Q i THE BRECKENRIDGE i I I COUNTT FAIRE- Hardirisburg t Ky It September 1 23 ItA display of Agricultural Products A Horse Show Exhibition of Cattle Sheep Hogs and Poultry A IRunning Race each day A Trotting Race each day tFloral Hall the greatest in the State Something to T suit everybody A real Kentucky Fairs f t I M H BEARD Secy fti to 3i i foifoi2ji i t i 444a4 JAMES LYONS GR1 T- TFREE OFFER The Most Startling the host Unreason = able Offer You Ever Heard Of IT NOTHING EVER LIKE ITS 20 WORTH OF GOODS Your own selection from my entire stock actually given i away to the lucky guesser No split premiums You get the whole thing ONLY 144GUESSES You are entitled to one guess for each BUGGY WHIP YOU BUY This whip retails the world over for 50 cents Agenuine Raw hide and Phillipine Bone from cap to snap Something everybody needs You get full value in the whip alone The lucky number has been deposited in the Ohio County Bank in a sealed envelope sent us from the factory No body knows what it is If you hold the lucky or correspond ing number it is all yours x Just NothingCOME r f James Lyons HartfordKyI 1 r y rJf y v xjdhc rT