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Wedding have planned an elaborate program for the children of the grades which will be presented Monday night The program consists of dialogues recitations fan and um brella Drills vocal solos duets an Choruses and Instrumental solos an diets About 90 children will appear I In this program ENTERTAINMENT BY FIFTH TO EIGHTHtmADES A choice program has been arrange by Mr Everett Ellis and Miss Mayme Shown for the children of the fifth I sixty seventh and eighth grades I This program will be presented Tues1 day evening by the teachers and about sixty children Among the at tractive features are recilons djai logues motion engs drllls tableaux nfmUlde chosen to enter the list to battle for the gold medal which is to bo awarded to the most skillful declaim er The contestants are Misses HatI tie Glenn Myrtle Williams Ula Dunn Bertha Leach Ruth Riley 12fi flames and Messrs Levi Coleman El mer Allen and Otis Wallace ThisI IIentertainingrendered are all high classed and up to= late productions The program will be interspersed with excellent vocal and Instrumental musicJDRAMA A departure from the old custom tOf baying the graduates deliver writ 30u producuDatwlilrbeYniadeVtlil s yeas and Instead of the timehonor ea platitudinous graduating theses a humorous drama entitled Mr Bobs will be p4 on by the graduates as i stated by toor students 1 v The plot complications and unexpectr i od situations tare intensely Interesting and amusing AVhlJeJJiB time requlr ed for the play li about two hours I it seems but a brief time to an aur dlence which li kept in one contln I ualnproar of laughter There will be excellent music bEt tweea acts to delight and rest the aur dlonce c GRADUATING EXERCISES The graduates will make their last appearance and receive their dlplo1 mas on FldaevelllngAunlquepro granhas been arranged for the occasion Splllman Rigga of Chtcagoa humorist and character delineator has been engaged to deliver his most popular lecture on Musical Fits and Misfits We give here just R few of the many strong endorsements he has received from all parts of the country Mr Rig sIs absolutely unique as a Iccturef andu cannot be compared with any mapnow on I the platform B During his fifteen years of platform work hehas never failed to give entire satisfaction and we wok hint on l this positive guaranteeAmerlcan Lyceum Union He seemed Inexhaustible In his power to pleaseDally Herald Munsle Ind tSplllnuin JRIggs is a wonder layer satlle power Ho Is poet humorist impersonatorlecturer so nicely blend ed hi ono that he seems to excel In each He entertainerthatbiascomplete Dr visited our city arcording to dlc turn of his large and appreciaufe au I thenceFbt Jensen Chairman Lecture Cpursejtoughton Wis In many respects Mr Riggs W a perfect platform speaker for ho has presence voice versatility of treat niOht ldfrace Of gesture that only tha mastersot oratory possess rCoromerclal Tribune Cincinnati 0 Some of the best musical talent of Hartford will render delightful music on this occasion as well as on one orlwo other evenings during commencement week dlplomasw1llnhandsome unabridged dictionary of fered by James H Williams drug gist will be presented to the stu dent of the high school who has made the highest yearly average ADMISSION FEE We are Indeed glad to announce to all the patfons of the school and es pecially to those who are BO kjndly aiding In the preparation of their chill gedrenfor appearance on the stage that I be one or two evenings performances absolutely free to everybody A very reasonable admission fee will be charged on each of the other ovetuge lint We do not think a single patron will object when the following reasons for charging an ad misslbn fee are understood 1 The total cost of books containing the material selected for the Various pro goldrmoving piano and other labor and of the distinguishes Speaker will cost according to a carefully made estl detailedd ery dollar of the net proceeds will b turned over to the Board of Educatlo- to be expended wlselyand Intelligent suppledk of the children This will be a great Saving to parents who would otherwise exltecledtoY for their chi dren a nuA6erilof books each year 18 a cafefqlly tiidlntelllgentlyae lected working library Is the most ur sent need off tile college Such a 11 herSlrrange of knowledge The few books found in the library five years ago are all there but they are of little or no value in the regular work About twenty supplementary sets ol books each have been placed in the school but these form a mere nucleus of a library 01 the books which a carefulichosen Y whom he a num ber of papers and books taken from positivelyIA number of pupils are not students neither are they ever likely to become such because they have ac quired a habit of superficial reading neiljr for anuiienumt awl Jhleasure therefore they can not be induced to get down to study This could and wouldi have been averted if a well se iectedll6rnry had been at bond so teac i1d parents could have dl their redng6 It was my understanding with the Boar of Education at the time our Iast annual catalogue was prepared that a series or entertdlnmentH would be given at t the close of thisyear for the pur post of raising a library fund Ittwas thought best to vetheenter tainmenip M the end pf the year and thus avoid Interfering as much as possible with the regular hool work There is alwaja a loss to tile school ork In getting up entertainments and especially is this trite vih the first eight grades where the attention ofa Continued on Eighth Page 0 Dnecan lalley At eight oclock Wednesday evening April 23 at the cHiircn McHenry Ky the wedding 6f tiles Annie Duncan and Dr JEl Ballet has solemnized in an unusually Im presslve manner by the pastor Rev J McMuIlen The church was tastefully decorated at with green lowers pottedpldnttnnd cut flowers The bridal party entered the church to the strains ot a wedding march played by Miss May Duncan sister of the bride The bride was becomingly attired a band80mecreve do chine Over atin and carried white rbsea The bit numerous handsome presents bore ev- Idence i of the esteem in which the bride Is held Tmmedlaely after the ceremony tt tod Mrs Ssflley left for Central Cltywhere theyyrYlt make thelr future home r I i I Beautiful 26 Piece of Rogers Sil verware Third Special Prize rThe contestant ituraiag In the Jarg st number of votiw between April 243b and Shay Stlb at C oclock p m will be awarded a 26 piece set of Rosam eilvenware This is one of the handwmest and most valuable eats offered by us during our Sitnd Plano contest Everynew subaoiibsr will eecms 1000 votes every renewal 800 and for every 101 turned in between Aprtl 21t and May lEt at 6 oclock p m 1000 EXTRA VOTES WILL BE AWARDED 900 extra votes will be given for etch 100 turned in between May Stilt and votes each week thereafter until close of oone4Iiamenaber toes votes count on the Piano contest as well as In the vectaJ prize awisd All former prize winners are haired In this speckil prize offer It will be seen from the above after that the next few weeks win be tiLe best time to secure votes end we trust pert all the ooaite buts will put In some good worJCbetveeBi now and May Siih r I GOVERNOR AND MRS AUGUSTUS E WltLSON To Attend Nation Irrigation Con grass at Portland Oregon in August 1 Governor Augustus E Wlllsonof Kentucky and Mrs Willson will at tend the seventeenth sessions of the National Irrigation Congress In Spo kane the second week in August afro Governors Day on August l3oIng thence to Portland Ore to be present at the convenlon of th American Association of Agricultural Colleges and Experiment Stations August 18 to 20 The Governor will also appoint 15 delegates from various parts of th- h State to represent Kentucky at th Irrigation Cones In which there Is much interest throughout the South because of a possibility of securing the eighteenth sessions The move meat originated in South CarolinaI several months ago and It ed that a codcerted eltort will re l suit to have the 1910 congress go to one ofihe southwn clUes It Insinger chairman of the Board of Control has letters from Import ant centers In the South saying that the people there are vitally Interested In the discussions of such prob lama as forestry reclamation of swamp lands deep waterways good roads and home building also that some are concerned in irrigation and his he believes Indicates that most of the States will be represented at congress He said Preparations are being made by the Southern Club of Sppkane beaded by Congressman Miles JPolndexter the Spokane Chamber otCoiumerce and the people ta general tq1enigjtain our visitors from the South and Jb heve they will he pleased with what weI doing forvthelr pleasure MT ZION v May 4Ithcsobeenq awMle since y uavtrbad 1nlih1ng1roni this place Health ts good fai t Jswnmndty and the termers we iubr aei wJith4 their worfcSome are gulf Jdooalplirttilng earn RaViLawrence filled1 his appointment tols ylKoa bheCi16t s9uturday and Sutwlay in May thehe to HSe let the ohlps lall where tber B O Sandefur and wICevslt his parents taist Sunddy IH O Leanb pf near lit Keasaidt vhd hue beem quite sick tit no better lIQe Sunday iSchool Convention At I Pleasant was a great fluccesa in lIlterest 4lnijeldI1ke The HaTtfondf HeraVl Was well quit mlaklcr4nicyterdabK it our county ttr + that t sin1ndlyn ClrcuttlJtvise i rl FOR THE BUSY READER iW a AVlllnvia foinmUy announce d at Viilagt on Gat t lie wcuJ make an Qther eSfort ta reach the Noiijii poe In a dl iglbie billcou or mu alrihlp lati durLg tote coming suaimwr trDiplcSnatc relations between the Uqltedi Statedami VenzueJa were born twudafRiojai at wtah leltcltlona addresses were exchanged j To determine wto bf the nero so dlers wa were discharged 33 the suit of the itirjylcg up of Browns enllstmtantGti ty of Congress began Ita session a Washington TuenJay M aVti eApples in the Ozark fruit region are subjected to both reasonable anJ un reoaotiube freight rates acxjordicg to a decision of ttw Interetate Oommeroa Commission The deoclsioa was In th AaleoclatlonFranolioo upd otber rolliwuls The oommoJltlea olauae decision1 p tie Supreme Court which has been ctarterizedas a left fcttnitedr vic tory for the Govv anent dune up for dkcuasipa attlbe regulaf semiweekly meeting of toe Cabinet but no deter mlnnation aa to the Governments fu ture course In the matter was reached ir Farmer Can Win Do you know ot a y great good ttIever cave to ftumwatw tout they UW not wla tor tuerin vesT You do not hlmlcslben passed ibeaxu8 turners acted aa If they dldat etltia whether 1JiYIffll1e passett or not Sure you ooyanro one pf the ifanners Do toranere ever lave ooybodj at Wasibdngton or any capital looking after ttoir wekare aa Interests oiilii trustarSjave Not one barring nail hnoest congressman oow and then Dont We wit know tihat if farmers were represented at Fmnk fort whets the McCtod Wilt vtao de tented in the Sate that it would now bo a Jaw tHadt the constituents of those feenar tore who ohaugta their votes for tee uiteU reasons and defeated the bllli been there thwy wouMat have aired 1ovoteII5 they dilL They would rove handed back this price sail is votadi ftjpJthe conatltuenta U the ftsOTnera of the burley belt da not Btroigten out the tangle of the A a ol E with the fct TSlnwiloh tansJe tbe A a of Ev got the worst of dt end would always got the doatstraightenito ithe tua gJa itr a very good thing for tfttem i Simply got it iiito your heads that 1 V If you wcat a thteg done youve got to do It yourselvo- sTheres enough of you to make tho work light for eaaa provided dues hIs Blmre Just make up your mind to pull ono nvoa awl Dhlnga will ounoe your soy Son tMing It Is pushing instead of pulitog bent will be required 3 put1 as one orjaso It would be north mUUocs of dol lars to you to roMziQ your powjr it is costing you imilKans bemuse you dont realize it Tobacco TWiaigi CENTRAL GROVE May oMr Thomas Williams residence with part of Its contents was Al1J1 The residence of Mr Wm Francis near West Providence also burned on the saute day Household goods a Ilty lostFarmers are busy planting corn when the weather iermlt Last Saturday It seemed that winter had returned when the snow ame peppering down and the wind blew a furious gale from the West Truth fully then could the poet say De cembers as pleasant as May The frost on Saturday night did considera ble damage to gardens Sunday School is rapidly growing in interest Miss Ruth TlRhenor Is visiting hes aunt Mrs John Bell Matanzas Mr and Mrs E R Bishop moved to Williams Mines yesterday Mr D M Park and son PIrtle at tended church at Ceutertown Sunday Mr H B Faught and family spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr J T Rowel Mr R N Loney Is quite ill at this writing Misses Carrie and Ethel Render spent Sunday at Mr D it Parks Mr Lewis prown and family spent Sunday at Mr Robert Browns Misses Nellie and Livia McKern n were the guests of Miss Lee Tlchenor Saturday night and Sunday illases Adah MlilejLandVera Gala well Goshen attended Sunday School at this place Sunday Mrs George Brunton Williams Mines visited at Mr D M Parks from Monday until Wednesday Miss Myrtle Park spent Saturda night at Mr E Q CixjperU fire gum o Miss Myrl Vaughn Cootl L J Hudnall recently Mr and Mrs Oscar Ashby and littleI daughter Bessie visited the fawllC of Mr C C Ashby Sunday Mr and Mrs M G Snell went t Centertown Saturday afternoon Mrs N J Faught is spending few days in and near Centertown Success to The Republican NARROWSIMay 7Mlsses Anna Smith and I Luke Hines Fordsvllle spent Tues day with Mrs Marlah Wulker Esq J A Bpllng attended Federal Court at Owensboro the first of the week 1 Mr and Mrs Carson Park were in FordavilleTuesdayDr Is engaged in dental work here this week eMrSunday Mrs Ruth Baker McHenry is vis- Iting her daughter MM Della Gra am Mrs Belle Abram Is visiting herd mother Mrs Hamilton SpringsMr Dennis Kakeri Sullivan Indg who has been visiting friends here has returned home Mr John Greer Adaburg Is visiting his daughter Mrs Maggie Powers Mr Tllden Johnson and family left Tuesday for Mogrehous Mo where they will make tiielr future home 3Irs Arvis Wedding Barretts Fer ry visited her mother Mrs Graham the first of the weekaMiss Laura Murphy Hawesville vis er ted her brother Mr Wni Murphy thin we JcnMessrs W S Dean and Claude Uenfrowj were In Owensboro Tuesday Miss Vast Dotson Central City visiting her mother Mrs Woose leyAtrsdmma Likens and daughter ar visiting friends In Fordsvllle Mr Fountain Wooseley is visiting relatives at Caneyville V Mr M uro Hanlton Is su ering with the mafrdy the nature of which has BO far battled the skill ofttwl- ocal physicians His chesfndtbroat K are Involved In some Wa with an inrc beded circulation j I i I I K OF P DISTRICT CONVENTION CLOSED Interesting Aid Instruction Program Rendered Elegant Banquet Served to Mem bers of R R Lodge and Delegates Jlho District Convention for tho Seventeenth DUtrlct of Kentucky Knights of Pythlus met in Fraternl Hall Wednesday at 1080 a m There being no District Deputy for the District by request the conven tlon was called to order by Knight C M Barnett of Rough River Lodge fCnight R C Porter was elected as secretary The morning session was taken up In stalstlcal reports of the various lodges composing the district A the afternoon session Sir Knight Mayor Jamijs H Willlama delivered ar appropriate address of welcome which was responded to by Grand Chancellor Pollard of Lexington af ter which Mr Pollard spoke at length on the principles of the order and Its work In Kentucky His address was replete with splendid thought and words of encouragement for the mem bership The Grand Chancellor grew eloquent during his address and was applauded at its close lie was fol lowed by Grand Keeper of Records and Seal J W Carter who spoke concerning the work of tlW Widows and Orphans Home recently estab lished by the order near Lexington He toldmoLny good things concerning courserof his talk spoke of Mrs Oscar Mld klff and children who are inmates from this county He told how tho children were advancing in educa flow and what splendid men and wo men they gave promise of making un der the tutelage of the Home KnightYspoke on the subject How to Stimulate Enthusiasm His speech tvTs valuable hints to the delegates- In the absence of Knight S H Dnks of Calanthe Lodge Central Ky Knight C M Barnett spoke on How to Best Impress the Les wasofollowed by the Grand Chancellor and subjectaIc the absence of Knight W R Vau Norte of Damon Lodge Leltchfleld Knight J H Williams spoke on the subject How to Prevent Indiscrim inate Suspension for NonPayment of uea IJt iIi i01 1 T 1 knight J B Wilson wa3 elected District Deputy to serve for the re inalnihg part of the year This Is quite an honor to Rough River Lodge is Knight Wilson will have supervision over all the lodges In the Die trlct The Grand Lodge Rank was conferr d upon five or six members of the lodges represented AI 7 oclock visiting delegates and members of Rough River Lodge sat down to a splendid banquet at Cast which was provided by the La ies New Church Society of tho Mwtfoodist church It was an ele affair and splendidly served At the close of the banquet tho- Rough River K P Quartette was called on and rendered several tttteo tlons to the delight of all present Knight James H Williams acted as toastmaster The following toasts were responded to From the Peniiyrjle to the Blue Grass Grand Keeper of Rec and Seals Carter Rough River lodge No 110 Knight C MDar poll Why I am a Knight of Pythias T R Barnard Pythlanlsm Grand ChancellorPolianJ After the bantiiet the Rank of Pago was exemplified In the Initiation of one candidate The following visiting Knights were present Calanthe Lodge No 144 Central c- ttyC A Morris C C C C Eades C F M Hendrick K of R S and David Miller Eclipse Lodge No 150 Livermore Rose Morton C CJ W E Render of R 8 Otto Atherton Iiot A 1 Thomassoniu y CoifYp MorJ r9C J Cowgell JTrlSmftVl Q 1 J i It T Y i f t 4 L1 ll MFPn r 1 Wt u j i t l t j 1 I I t t- I i J i I A 1 r 1 t- c hi k I ttt F t1I4 t t- t I t lrI I f i t r 1 I H t I I ff i1- r Ayt D06 IS A TRACKt V WALKER- Appears t Each Day for Duty Quitotry I Unsalaried Employ of Railroad Does the Work of Deed ownert1IJ1r1 Forming a touching illustratlon of a dogs derotLoa to a dead mastrr is Bob the unsaiarted trackwalker of the Norihesn Pralfic Railroad In Ta coma Following In the tracks of his dead master wlao wdked tracks and tended switch lights for the Northern Pacific In the local yarns and wl o was run down ItlIIl iueiaatly kilted by a swdtc3- ongino In the pseuager yards more than a mouth aeo Dab the pet dog of the fully of Wmtaln H 2501 South J street oontlnues GehringI the tlm 103 and guard the 1 taelcallamount o Bxcg of meat or even a v1iar and cziin- can prevent lark idle foAbiul brown shaggy dog arum going to work each day and returning home with tt setting sun on the sm yours of hIs dead musters atvivals wd departures Curseskicks and stnes win not drive Bob from the tracks and he lMleclS tor duty every day bringing tears to Ute eyes d those wto keew hL master during hIs 17 years of railroad ser viceBob the Truokwalker as he has been nlcknund by the ra1lrom men Is not n dog wIth blood or pedigree- but Just a plain dog wIth a faw sleas o thrown In to keep him from worryi L tout beln a dog His cars are scared r from many batties and his stub of n taU wags twtutlro iy when ibt- Is petted Ha crane Into the losseslon of the Gehring family about lour year ego wen he was an ungainly Utile puppy being given to one of tie diJ1- lwtfl OOaiUe ifs owner could not tke anything In the pup but just pllu dog Throw ner ifd not bokbeyod the skin and he mised tba big grate ful heart It Is Bobs daily habit to live horn at 730 odoek in the morwng and re turn shortly ate 9 p m Betwee- thu n time ire leaves home and retu- tie ds on the job every minute cove the same ground covered by- ttJ dead mD 4er WJd wGen tired lies In front of the siantyat was uied by this ULCkwalkEm Dy growling aDd showing vicious row of teeth t edog guaztis this slnrnty durIng the IIIn hour It the wUaJng Is nota eedoo Qb snaps vlc10u1y and fUlcly fait 3 to take away a piety of cLoth Mtw kL sturs3 death nob w1S cart He w1OukJ1i11rn about toe hou at nlgt caL run frnn one nrembar o the family to unotbor wth Il mutt s b mtEiClOO pal is bill eyes TLewcon day B cttto the Raaoak axs aadY Yon rnadQ Idi upiwatsrKe trero day Ilia For tesd Dlgtls tic dog Would rat eleep Tlee senud to b- banc4Lrlug ringbout the ro- uit w iiot uut11 is aoi oven- of aD trig nnter oil ec tl CiS Q rug o- ntll beck porch tb2R qe n+ md aoUe down to rat Ster his weayirg JJ6J d11Ifbtoll rd afisen it waru lld down cur 1 JtonrcibEC upon t e g ziie t nCter vbn- tlag a lfgt or p cOUl Bob ttw tbunI u wntootIJ Y11urnlu OOfJItt1t e n1 day toe tyro ka fJJ start of sec 1lSI it lttJ uni- toll trotting up end dwn te tr teeh thry bung teas to to m cksI OW ID IInIIToA ill SMr R H Mag n wea to LloulrvllJo ifbcday- sir i A3Ahur bitd DII14 f wally ofII LJ161Buai3ragan tdeltgd tbelr 4euetrter sirs E 11Mpngan bIIIt aisek- 3W Fmk OJGCI v11o mss balm sick is mucla 1Nttef Mr rdo Pi Qxble njwo of this plaro ti1atted at HryJesril0ejQ- day Miss Noeu Mors u a1Fa rJII bees a- atttatl1ng Idool et Sugar GweKyr- nturmud bloneturby v r Movement For Good Roads The I a w ortWy 4t GI Road mQnlllUevt too tie Coatttu Oil of- ICeeptucky wtldt posed tireG Ken CI p tueey TSislutma by elrmostuu a1 I- reolls roe uJ v jt lb to be voted GETTING in front and keeping there= thats the way Marathon races are won Its the- way anything else in this world is won and no man who wants to win can afford to Ineglect anything great or small which may contribute to his being in front You want to win success in your undertakings whatever they may be and one of the things which every man needs and ought to be sure of is good clothes they help your appear ryeance add to your effectiveness make you feel more successful and theres a lot in the way a man feels who is trying to win Hart Schaffnor Marxare in front among all the clothesmakers of the world they got there by making clothes right by correct style by perfect and through tailoring by using none but allwool fabrics when so many makers think part cotton is goodenough for you f We sell these clothes because we believe theyre that kind of clothes because we want to f II N Jkeep in front Theyre the sort clothes that are a benefit and a profit to everybo y con cernec to you who wear them most of all 1 you f e in front and want to stay there here are the clothes for it This store is the IIIf home of the HART SCHAFFNER MARX clothes E P BARNES BROS The Gents Outfitterst Beaver Dam Ky a ECituclcy la as fOrsQWB towit- Tecrodltoftb OormnonwcatPaarray be given hedged or loaned to nycou- ty of tlw Commonwealth ton pubic me PUIJIOIeCI nd say oournby ate bi- Pmritted to incur as lndiebtecraesu in ny ImQut ftxni by teA eoundy not in oxceat of fhe Per centunr of the due of the taxblo property therein fIlUbU roe PU11P WeI 1n roW eoucr- typroddedkl ttddkionad dobtness1s ItUbmtUl to bte otc1S or the tro their ntfk3t011I or rojJctkt1 at sperbJ e1ecotn dCa1 fr fUIM puP e I sur m1rnr1 tS way be pot idcd 1- j r d wen ry L111 lr brM Is I lncued by any county aid COunty may kvy ll addition to te txraW- ahred under tcctl1I 15j ot to eon fstlluUon on rmcunt nt exceeding leitJ cenltS on otQ hundred tb oof the azsereed valuation M saidcorn ty for the purpos of PMlng the Intd- qst on said Injebt13C1is ad prnvidt g n rIrlclng fund for the paIntto ah- In tSect1an f Kentucky forever pntibits t1 do- trarn lending Its aM to or In any y- bsuliag the cmuntiOs In road building or tekirg emy past whatever In b ill jfirofSectl 15s of our state constitution larlt te porter or any county her cone Irdobted more then two pertcnt of tic amesred valuation thus making It impossible for the greater number of our counties to rolae sufficient funds to do any road building ci nL Section 17 of our state constitution provldes tint a county WUI1Ot leay exceeding flay cents an enoh aloe l1u- ndroddo 1ars of tmbie property rt any purp03c wooteve t1us waktn- it Impca ible for weuy counties ti- IrrWlde Fufflcent means to create tI sinking fund wad 1 Y htterest on the djbt croatgd to b llll roods As a consequoncoof the dimltnttors and estrlctIOnsor 4to p6wers of tile toruwoiiweJth rd Kentucky good row building In Kentucky hirUttrt tx thing of the peat since the oooption of our present constitution his Countitutionol Amendment rill remove these roetrictaua wtlvch are barriers to Ule pIf6Ci of suol1 a 1s1J tern of atilad wwsby our begislatrrre- as wJ1le1cll1e our counties and our state and vertcps r urFederA1 Govern merit to Join hasndsin this tmsmb1tJt work Dr building and moahJIWItnhg tWdi In aJ partsod Icentuekrsthei3otauplimlr- nyent ofw r1 would CoO muck for the advaaeemcntprpgro and devtcpmect- of Keatucky tnJd woU1d noon upro titan all oleo for the oumfoit eonvenl- ence and improved oaudltfoubf t1I1 our 1 pleIt th1d Conatittuttosi trrend meat receives a votes I XlhIetam ot Good Ro1d Lows es are in et NewJerseychmt3tts celtibnnia OI1W Pen11SI1amda who0otno nggXdIs aU et standstill rcurrsvoteGood Ilrxu OntStltuUonn Mnemdmuaa- tonti Qod b 11 pIng frail in unaktng1t teiways iut1tlJt Jjlflillll S I uu tet i hWA 1 fI Il1 1J fa M tr r 1 t o l J l- r 8J E tt- a I 1 It 1 f ff ii S t e r wfi 4 t I fJ I I TjE1AMwSE p CRET SOCIETIES t + e The Mafia Black Hand- Commorra and Other Organization i l The assttatOII ot n famOUSAanetd can tlotectye by en agent Qf the BIUck Handy tE et uclety whloee crdan6s ale was Vest1gt1ng mcws attei- tion to the large aiumber of eeret societies w1hieh sUl1 tlouriaa at the prtrrent day- Since Jatlllary 1 1908 tho rJmestt- trlbutOOto the Bhwk Iir cd corn lIlltti in the city ot New York aver- eged more than one a day Ity ear there ere 4G8 cues or murder and OOmb lroylnig Teportted rand only 45 oon1UO11S soured out or 285 Dr rasts When anew member is nJlttedlto the Black Htwd Ecclety ho first ot nIl tme11Zs a MUU1I fgure or his own favorite taint with his owns bIocAL The figure is ritemnwd set on fire and while it Is busing tile mudldate- repeats thl oath of the assoclatlon ns follows I swear on my honor to befotbh- fnrto the brotherhood As this rolnt and drops of my blood hae destroyed I0 mill I shed d1 my blood 4br the fraternity and us these ihosnnll this blood can never be restored so u1n I newt lfeeome tree rom the brotherhood Then the IntIMe tics to drtaw l ac- volvor acid tihcut at a crucifix to 1II811oW that he would bo willing atany time to Mul his mwrost rehtt4an or most intimate frIend Ir eomlmamded to do so- Ho Ja tbeu a full member and Is rid to be a wearer of the Ted mantIe Hs name as Q member Is not eutered in any books but Is duly tprwart i to tlo Iheadquarters and t it Is ccmmunlcated by WOrd or mouth to all the other members of the district where he lives The ComanltTQ of Naples are much like the 1lsLln rrhJse who join have to swear n terrible oath ot secrecy and even so It Is tot until they 4lQe been triEd and found true that they are accepted for full mdmlbernhdp- rNro I1V member Is given two daggers On the hilt rf each is graven Ute myEtlc sign oct the organ M4oa DIlls slgn Is however cbangetb from time to time Tto Vbmancrm have n strumge form of grtetirg When the Oommorrst believe any one he meets to be 3 member he grips him by the threat Wl1l11 Ills left band and with vile right dIIlS tats knife from his itEEth The othert1 a member at one gives the password aid sows both this knives etjr 1Jch tJ1eIir empty tfie contents of thetr pockets ina heap and hare and Elharu aike Amongst the most notorious crlmd- nnJ soeiet1es of Ute present dry evidence of rhae gnmJme activdty appears inlthe pmpens at frequent later vale ere the Boxers don China 4he- Haofiet Boys in CnlltoTDla the Axiahes In Paths the Hip Sings fin San Frnnelsco and Les Fretes t e la tote al4 over FnLI1Ce- IMbst ot Ute OhtnEt suet socie ties although their cbiccte nre es- bloal6hdrsty ItS any otherrave more- peaceful passwords mad signs and they are gIDelnIYloclalEdtb 1tl11e na tiona1 pastime of dlalicing tea I lihus the Hip Slrgs or ELa fun deco when drlnldug tEe In II Chinese restautcmt communicate with ukIcwn- nanbers by Uleway they hare ttler cups Iwhtth Utley pace In u certain memner and by gtvtmg a pecuMar di- Ixxrtlon to the spout or the teapot Tho HenU lk1Et5 nn Adneremn se Cret society wMlh has teerndzed the Anneonqm ocmnlunttfes In IiI the big clUes throsighcut the world has led Its beadqumters eEtablshed In Ion on for rsny YUS rorst at Shep lbertls Busibf mnd now at Pookh8mAn sworn Forced Into Exile Wan Uuchuroia of Gro Oak Okla- wrs un exile from home Mountain aIr hra tJhougN wcUld cure Co favlgEd fdl llmgrackitg cough that a HIt led nIl aenioXes Icr two years After ttsmomdhs J returned qmth dog- gtng its steps IltleU I begrmJ to ass Dr Kings New DlEtovery tl writes and cter tnldng sex bottles I lml a- aril as ever It saves thousands yea ly from del Iet hl111 dlsenees In Itiiuef arCcugts tndC It ddape4 Heat cmedg and Sore TIrc Curoa GtIZp BroncMtis Hvmoaaicges As talmn Croup Who01lfmg Qcugb 50c- asU 100 trial OOtte free guaranteed by 1C1drumLul f d t m HumanOstrich- 4n 1853ther1E was bOC1tlt Hlb7Emle rUocJb U SIA a 1Xd nttued Franlc- DQUr a Foh QJbout25 y atSl Uwnlf- terhe Hved very mucta dike Gtlteq IpW pIe but lu1ng to cd htles the iy look it into hds hodtocCmrnonee- v 1lmtaai only be d cndbctl as rirEC- kiheswt YowSing pIE3 n gfaooerwCls- oalaa jIive ctt trddgeduiid anything I j hawaa not too merge 11iM tlorn we t l ciebleae k 1iI rUp pear Doungs bO fihoideots or this extraoat4dntlaty toed or error 2- 0ytrts la 1908 however sue orcher- er of tlhe raany rasttclete l JhadBf al- loiF ova rtaxed it1e powers for be- beccmo III and the doctors at the Ater- a Hriepltud North Pond Orld doCtd- ed to opezate span ihfm tThe bpent- lOn lcatro liS anitstes and there vas extracted mean U8 1nterdor the ao- morlritbie coliettdon o aT1tt How this lulnctr cstrfieh bad adanagcrl to exist for so ananq years whin theSe mtsrellntceas pieces kJIi tttaxJnare cads glass jostling lone DlCtler In 1Jsstomr- ach was ullcgo1Jj tr tyycctd tine surgeons oomPTlIh nOOn Atwfue time our picture was ttlkeet ties v dent sets on a alqud diet and pmgiiessing saUsfac Tho fists CIt tbie OiEO are vowel ed rby the doctors Q the hospital nileUWde World Magl- zhie KIIIS Her Foes For 20 Years The mot merolts enemyI rnI- fca 20 years dedcccs Mii James Duncan of IIarcsllUoe Me Wa8- Dyspej da I differed lntevtEuy ffter eating ter thinking anodJ could aearceiy faU1ellI tried Ecct 1c Bitters mhiah cured me rompl elyNow L can tat a1Y- th4Dg I am 70 yarns old and ani overjoyed to got lrly 4teaith anal strength 1rckngaJo For Indges- tion Loss vii Appetite Kidney Trouble Maine Brick Female Complaints Its uneqULhij Only 50c at dl drug gists TaxIAn Income Federal tnnJtonfrom the foundation of our Gov rnment except to time ot war or natIonal emergency has almOiEt exolut4vely been applied to coon modules or materials It bos been tb policy or our natkonai govennrent not to govern tndtviduatls In so dart as tax nUonIs concerned but to have to the various Slates ot tee Unlcu ttte real Uon between In1duJ1s and Ule tax- Ing power Internal taxation is aIm st oxcluolve ly appled to cronunodWes Tthero Is the tax on spirits and tobacco from which Ute largest porticir ct interoui revenue Is received Again toss customs Tariff uppiilS to foreign com mId ties and materials only Any dopar tuto from this policy Is factgn to the tradlHons Cd the policy of the Uonitw States Goverumeot Hence cur opposition to an Income tax If U1 Income tax were to be adopted wes believe it Mould aply to every one to Ufo steno gupbEt and to tihe mUsiotnire to the men repairing tto radlroeidrock and to the milroad magnate ilbere Is great doubt as to its csnstitutdonatl ty uniess It applies to every person acid either earns wages or clips eau pons rrhe Protective system or Great Britain was broken down by en income and InheitnDce tax Aside ircan idle consUtutdeLaity and policy Involved In an Income tax per se we believe thntan Income tax wCuld lay too bads for the destruction or the Protective Tariff Fystern Why It the GIIvem- meLIt revenues greatly increased so that the Treasury Departareq t could opoat a big surplus instead fAt a tle- Cic1t every recTroAer Tariff re former and importer would Imedlntc ly attack the Tariff IJS unaev slary The FreeTaader and Tarltf rutimer we believe to be honCIEt but the imparting Interests are the tract sdifith that exist in this country VTiIsy Because trio ImplTlter w21o eon otrtJl this maorkEt In a given line aepeeonts- encrencus benefits He smlCoys reat- ively Idttle of dClt11etic labor Ho pays no weges for the fndcaUon of any line o1 goodie or tthe turntg of the taw- matekz1 Into the llntLl1e product but he personnliy gets the profit Icon every sale and flee great cement of productfun involved In ttct sace goes to Mt5g iocille in foreign lerida tad wEsrdfnlIgo for our own people A tax OQ t ootcDlCtS we hey eve to roveInuetlnCJ0411lit wq believe wowhl provu so- hatedul and uno1d ab1e us to 11GUIe- tafe defeat of limy pOUtklll peaty nTddi- sbauab be tetpct lfoble fur it A Scanded Boy Shrielcsh- cradfied t lids grorndnother AlhsllariaT- nyioe lOt Nebo Ky wrhlo writes that when all thought dole would die Buck leIios Mn1cai R1lva wtoBy cured shim Ins allble orBuros Sca dis Odts Cone Wunlt1s Bruhes Ores FeverSees Veils Slain ErurMcl ClIijbldntSc veil dds Scon routs Pfoo 2oc at- till droggLJts m For Sale Several hundred acres or good farm- Ing lands known as the J F Collins farm distance about two tulles from Hartford on we Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also reSidence property In Hart ford twostory ilWelllng c and n- haUacre lotfrontnig the new Y H E deiotslte lr prices and term apply to W H or BD CollipsHart- fords KY t t22t1 j 1- X TREY 60T ENOR= MdIS FEES Sums Which Have Been Paid to Noted Lawyers of the United States a George B Wlckerslam Attormey General of the United States w1 b1- as ocg of the attorneys In the 11 ici- gatiam between the cIty of Ohlrogo anti tie Chicago Tractdom Gompacii was paid Co tee of OOOOO I nut to- cn1 tiS mach roat1ely as Elihu Root sto topietl every Leo ever paid to any las urrin tJc worlb considered fluautlte V311cd services performed James D Hill now a Judge or the Qourtof Storrs rid Appeals In New Ju soy was paid 1000000 for patching up tines bitter dffotteeces between Andrew CarnegIe and Henry C FrtIck This took months of labor and Vise e npkoyment of many ClifIi4EItCrrtS In She seuM for records with were fleece sary to brngdeg about toe1ECOucHID- tlon It is to far a tike amount hi- sconcorecd the highest fee paid to u lawyer in the history of American jar isprudence William D Guthrie was paid b00000 ror btkthg She will of Henry B PJturt witlcli dnyohed many ontts Of labor end frequent appear accas In Court After the death of Russel Sage n legal snarl presented itself as to the dttribution of the estate variously estimated nt iron 140000000 tO 200 000000k11ts Sage kindly gen CCuIjand just wanted tlhe legM questions set tIed quickly and by l1ul1lordty I want to sec 3Ir EUhu Toot- she said to her edvker and tap to- him that I will oonoslllElr it a eblf4net favor dr Qe will pees upon thus question ud glc to me IUS deeldnn- Communicabioa nvas opened up at once wWh the them Seerency of War A specl meelonger ealled upon him lie woe too mue9 engrossed ihis tlrotddutle to givo the negwlat uttenttcaPlesso say to Alts Sgt sold he that It will be jJIIpolble icr me to act I lInt not psutfeing law now But U is not l qucgtton or fee lIt Root said the interodasy Mrs Sege insists that you BCd you onlY Eh1 llldVlEe in this matter I repeat ieplled the War Secxo tary ttt I du not wlsli to be retained aneL you may say that nothing further need be fee would Jbe Practca1Q pnobilflttve- and I wLlnt It to be so regarded And that tee mould be Well say 250000 was the reply In n tone intended to cut oft further d1msjon- That tame luy telegrcphic communication with Mss Sage was opened Pay It she sold Mr Root was astounded hen Informed that its pro ettAedICpQlTItngwell satisfied Young Girls Victims of headache IS well s order women but all gt quIck setihf lcd prompt cure from Dr Ktrge New Life Pills the worlds best remedy for sick antI nervous SeodChes lIhey make puro Mood rod sttlcmg nerves and buildup your health Try them 25e at all druggists m Red Men Celebrate Casco Tribe No 254 J 0 R M- pad a great time at Beaver Dam last Saturday night It was the anniversary of their organization at that place and they celebrated It with an elegant and sumptuous banquet Quite a number or the ladles or the town graced the occasion with theIr pres ence Eloquent talks were made by Judge R R Wedding of Hartford Dr S ii Taylor or Beaver Dam and others A year ago ClSCO Tribe was instituted with n tgembership of 22 It now numbers 65 and Is In a very flourIshing condition Judge Wed ding and Messrs Estill Thomas Dar reU Sullenger and Nick Scliapmiro were Red Men from Hartford pres enttHICKORY CHURCH Too LrJIe fur Last Week Apr1l1 27Furmers ore getting busy pnntdng corn It this w tUg Mt and 31r3 GlLbNt Taylor and Miss Rosle Berryman and Mr Henry Will Taylor dined et tl Ir 0IydeTay lors Sunday Messrs PorrIIIlUtll Embry unit Virgil Mglen vcre tJho guests Ot Mr Bert Davis Sunday lfr Dow Taylor and Mrs Sudle Day tar and d2uglkter fu EmutJUs were the guests of 1iq H F Porter and famii Bast Sunday tilr nrk1 111m Jcssro lbironCe were the guii oil Mr and trsRlo1Jird Leach lust ctud1JYclg tMr John H rey LeOaah ettended- Surdtiy Tcco1 nt Mauded t Sunder eventing Ma srs Ike and Hebb Douglersi ero h the guoOOt pd Mr BErt ooW last Saturday night Bro TomtIrle Wilson prtcdled nn- Interrstitg caranon here nut 3undnp night apish was very blgbl ntgnre elated by those present Mr OhaTiLie Porter Cnomwell and Rev T C Wilson Hartford mere the guests of ALr azd tsil T Por ter last Saturday night Mr John Harnel Ilnd family IDr Ccvie Harrel wife and children isit- ed Mr and Mm J H Sorrols Inset Sunray Aries Mabel antl tJ1Atlie Darter V1I- titetl their gland perents Mr and 31s Leonard Lesoh last Mtmiley- Ms Leonard LEltttl is the guM or her rughor Mss H T Porter M g Sophia Ratiwy is the guest of- htr sister Airs Lola Amull Logan po t ct this writing Mi s Mary WtUtms was the guest or ylases Tilda and Jotcdd Plum me last Sunday M Bee Haywortl6 sad wlfo were the guests ot ok A B Sztuaiay 1JeIIohwtI Miss Jo8J1nie Plunlener Mk y wilifams Suatay tigit 1s Besele JIlIlt1cgin was tle guest ot CUffie Davis Wodnasday eferaoon s Sudie Porter and duhtcr- ec ire celled ot Mire Guy SpencersI- VeInosday sfterncon- AL Okley Samdeiur and tits Lou- Lerc1 Wore masried at the homo oeof the brIde art Sunday oventeg at 230 ocrcl the Rev Jim Jarsegin per toirtang the Ccln1U1Y AiLrgecrowd of fllends end rejot4eB were present Tlhct many friends wfrh them nluor happiness Mr end Mcs Joe Willkams Beaver Dun ttese tte guests of Mr and 1lre S T WUiiams lest Sunday How Cleveland Settled a Political Difference In McClunes Magazire for Msy- Geo ge P Parker relates that ateai the position d cc fidential aeerettry- to P edlent Oleveand was offered hint George H Coptelycu tt lame hos cmcy about accepting It bcuse- of te difference ht tJl1 1r llOiiJtfCtlll con vk4 Vii Ho rays C en Coeteyau nome aa trough upca tUa tOI1 It was Gene lMlt ener wto toll bim tl1ct Je wau1- pn by he cd1od1 upon fill a few 1S toL ide whether or trot he would accent a trmiser to tda Executive Mltn stC1 cs conCIdentlal fJtccgapll to the President You knew Genera1 ile sad 1t19YC always beeu a strong Ibpubld- C u and rs the President 1s a Dlea cat I natulaily hesitate to talk tisplace lest Ir tome important eeecct should leak out It might l cce me In a dIsagreeable positcnin spite dany preczuUons that 1 m1gCt takeIGeceral Mlcheter replied Well Ccrtulyou I ron unlerswnd your hesitation but Ir I wore iii yaur- Irace I should put It entirely nE d e This transfer may bo n turningp lent I In your eareerrChing to House Will give you many unxptttell opportunities for contact mib2 public flea I will tell ou what to do ac conIII President thct youhave mrde tome lnd leave the decision d the question I to him The seccad or thirtl time ttCt the- ccniidential Itenogruphor iurd1 himself I seated with the RIc1IlJtt for his mark to faitiuriy rep recdI him the spoeol1 alrtculy Genornl Uehooor like President Irro bbly somevlsat annoyed I1t this Intar- ruptlon turned reiiter ttorpiy ubd replied I dout cave a damn about I yoaP patties atilt 1 want is somebody who b ooniEst and competent to rJ my work- j In Memory IOf Jars Ann Heavrin who de- II rted tills life Aprdi 21 1909 ce 01- yCOIS 4 il1Ofhe 11 lily ngIi Aid over ter tne idlOle blydsa sing HOvIId tire the In ands of the dope ones Araa many are He tear they eared I A6thyi nk of the ore departed Antl his mlmoo1d with ita det1d May GaI bless tJe dear elrrxyren- Aiii dry every tear from heir eyes Far they wnf Some day lfttt their nudist In true beooutICul Jrane Ill fire skies Be prepared to meet her- 1Whtni dole Mithbhks utui or sin 1V1zen the bEcutMul gates E9ull he opentJ1d hamds w11I beckon you in 1Ve rQW thtlt you will eatilymites er- An4tiong ta hear her ktnK voice Butt thtnk ttwt we tff6J11 EoOn meet her Sliih malro cursed hearts rejoice- y MtTIMIF = For Sale PurBaired Plymouth Rbclc Eggs 15 foir00 Mrd John VSanderfur Hart ord 1R F D No 3 Teloph- onthnHartford exchange 1 Ji J 29YEARS e Of Honest Business Reputation = is Back of Every = KONt7IMIENT SOLD BY us E T liEOILIISCIIEL SONS PROPRIETOR- SOwesnboro Monumental Works I IC 412414 E yloin St Yards 2216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY fQ Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You U Money on All Good Honest Work axr iv Yr r r r r r Yr rry Yr rrYYi rYr via +ofU lfiidttFt +FtfifeFItatitfFiT I I I I IUIII Iff iTHE KENTUOKYI II Light an INCORPORATED ower Co I iWIhh WIRE YOUR MOUS1 WIr COST I tELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN iHEALTIIYAND SAFE NO HOME Ii OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN i REACH I II E G BARRASS Manager I i U t t I + i I + +++ +uof +W ++++ I I 1 WANTEDA RIDER AGENT and INEACHTOWI distrtetto ride and exhibit a sample Latest Model ILn er Msyele furnished by us Our agents everywhere ate- toakinsmoney tast fI ie uifutljMlnoalaiI ttiaffffatu-NO MONEY UEQUI until you receive nd approve of your WeaWp to anyone anywhere Iii the U S wiIAeut a rest deposit m ndeaprrrgAt and TIN V8 FREE TI5IALdurtngwidch time you may the bicycle and put It to any test you wish 11 you are then not perfectly ra sfied or do not wish to the It back to us at our and ouwillw eoatocn1 makeFACTORYto Say middlemen bY tns direct ot us and lure the m7 nufacturera soar- ante behind our bicycle DO NUT UUY a bicycle or a pair of tires lrom asyose at allY yrue until YOIl receive our catalolrlCl and learn our unheard of factory alJ 1 to ridor aents andYOU1 wIrWwe caD make you this year We sell the liigheatgnde bkyclea onus moneT than any other factory We are satisfied with ran prom above tarory IHCTCLE cell our bicycles under your own name tcst prices rdirlim rtliei1yieci d WdolibleO UNV BICYCLES We do not re lllarlY handle second hand bitpeles but a number on hand taken In trade by our Udcago rotall stores These we clear out 83 till or 810 ba in lilts mli1ed Irec sndCOASTERs o NEDGETNORN PUNCTUREPROOF SI8 c 115SELFHEALING TIRES TOINTROO 7EPoM aThe rtCMla retail brio of These fine Ii- SJJperpair but to iebodace wt Will ullyl1W samJttJarfor SIBOcaJh wi r1SIsJ- NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Olasa will not let the all out Sixty thousand p31 sold last year- Over two hundred thousand pairs now lu use slzu1tlsllletIlatbeairtoesapetVehavehundredsofletterafrom astis tiedcuslomerutnllngthat en uponceor Iwlce lu a whole season They welh no more thall an ordinary tire hepuncture rslstlngquahlle8 Ing glvell tread by Theregularprtceoithexllresiafs5Operpalrbutfare- dvettisin nnnOr r as Kotlee the thick rubber tread toA and puncture strips U and V also rim strip U to prevent rIm cUttllll This tare will outlast any other makeSOPr ELASTIC nod EASY RWIliO theriderofanlyueoperpalr Ail oraer fhlppe iame day letter Is received We COaon approval You do not pay a until you have examined and round them sttictlyas represented We allow a costs Iseountof S percent therebY making the price 813 per pair If 011 send FULL CASH WITII OltDEtt enclose this advertisement You run no risk In sending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUlt expense if for any rason they are onexamination We are reliable and sent to us as asfeas In a biterItF YOU 1 1IciMlr D T1Rnedgethorn Puncture Proof tires on approval and trial at the special introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire BOIl Sundry Catalogue which 11 Quotes all makes of tlrelat about half the ulInl price write us a postal today un NOT TUJilt UI UUISG a bicycle 00tIInT 11111ITbut pair of tires from aune until you know the new Bud wonderful olcrs we lire making It only costs a postal to learn everytblag Write It NOW lira Ls rrUAD CYCLE COr11PAfUV CHICAGO ULa OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLIcANand CourierJournal 150 TUE REPTnLIcA andSt Louis GloheDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and H0nle and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek0wensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE 1tEPUBLICA and lJnuy VwensDOro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TIIE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 pIER D13LICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer e 100- r Address all orders to i t THE REPUBLICAN c J l e r i it t 1 I t r t 10 t 1 t t 1 t 1 1Oo I I k h i it jr 1ti S i t 1 r r r f J 0- t I l tI i i j I I1Il et f c rt 4 f I i r fI tIi sttl- r r artford + Republican I Beter4 according to Uw at MM PMtoffie B rtfordKy urn all aatterot tlla ueoid dele C M BARNETT EDITOR tZ PXO- rECwJDbZlanc40mouth RSvZM22 OFHUDAY MAY 7 VVlll tie tobacco growers betooJshevery flwJugh to aid use tobacco trusts by prodiicdne a bumper crop Senator Balky pakef or About twen ty foUr hours ODe day last week on the tariff WM but in all Wat long talk be failed to tuy anything about ttse branch of tie Standard Oil Company which fie ad tftped Into Texas awl irblch was recently cccrrj GSed to pay 0 2000000 fine for violating the laws ot the state It is said that numerous Democratic United States Senators are very much disturbed because of tie probability that W J Bryan late Democratic candidate for President may be tJect ed United States Senator from Nebras Ita He would certainly be a disturb log element for his jerty in that August body It is said that numerous Demo cratic United States senators tae very much disturbed because of the proba bility that W J Bryan tote Demo cratic candidate for president maybe elected United States Senator from Nebraska He wctiiri ce1taiy be a disturbing ehmetf or its party in that august body Senator Bailey spoke for about tweBtyfdur hours one day test weok- op tie tariff bill but in all fat long talk tloe failed to soy anything about the brwrch of ttbe Standard Oi men wNch he tad iiolpad into Texas and which was recently oompcjl to jlay a JJOOOOOO flu for violating the taws of tie Strafe Mr Dryer in the Commoner strongly csdonts President Taflt jiorfUlon with Wrgard to Oho anointment to ne tnven to office In too south He is evidently out of line with Domecrate In Kentucky for Uwe the continual charge rgalntt tiie Republican party Is that tf ey will not attempt to put I 11T11wrepalace by tie young Turks test week Considering the present price for flour TO doubt the exSuhan will be more than 1ling to the reduction in the 4dze of his family Mr Bryan in the Commoner strongly endorsee President Ttifta ipcsition with regard to the appointta eat of nEj Crces to office Iin the South He is evidently out of line with Democrats In Kentucky for here the continual charge against the Republican palftyI Is ttmt they will Trot attempt to put Cdtored men in office JIbe Tobacco Trust is hoping end praying that the growers will be sM ly enough to plats a bumper crop this year They are relying on this together with disKentluns In the order and neglect of duty to aid them in bringing about a return to the old plan rf dog rat dog everybody for hlmseif and tbe devil take the hindmost It Is very unfortunate Just at this time that the tend of the Anti Saoon Ijecigue in Kentucky tfcouM base gotten into a compnfpjnJfciEg 7 osltion or any position In wilch he could be compromised whither guilty or innocent Any men no matter how dishonest or Immoral may cbrmplon tie whiskey Intel est but be Who leads ja reform movement and preaches purity inall of its ublkndty must live above reproach and keep him uasvotttd before the woifld toeTo an outsider it looks tit wmW te good policy for the Republican mar ty of Louis lle to nominate a new ticket out and out There seems to be enough antagonism around against tie Grinf tend crowd for variouia tfieasJ one to practically InSure defeat of the ticfcet which may be put out by tfhlitI faction There is too much atRtake in the State for the RepubMcaze to thus surrender control of tbe largest city in the Oomonwealth and paw lily forfeit the next State election In doing ro- Wbatever may have been the cir cumstances surrounding the crimeI which was committed by yours Beach Harris In the killing of tote rather the verdict pf the jury wiMch impost a Ute sentence on the yours cnan twit neet with the approval of a volt ma jority of the people of Kentucky Since the crime was committed 1tie1 young man has shown1 himself nfceu not liberty to be a constant tmenece to jife and property and nothing but the iwaUs of the penitentiary coud o en dejr safe the lives of too InhtiibdteElB of 4 frpartr0f fie late in wblch fee I noun wont to roam toabe iidhe7lead of the AjotiSaloon League in Kentucky iems to have game wrong Mr Vatteraon in tithe CourlerJouiWil has oonslsn dtibel wt ole orsanfizotlon to the scrap heap Hfe proceeds on the theory that because tits r fxy ems to be taut that the eatire owaral lon 1s corrupt and im mral If caried to Its natural oon uIstone this fiort of argument would wreck every ohuiob in tbs land ruin tttiet or fraternal organization and damn every political ipcrty that sort tod am existence and migihl at rune tme eltge the wings of the CourierJournal The press dJfepatcJjes icpcoct that Prwident fat la distoUtrted with the prolioaed tanlff law It tie President KhouM be tatlafiedv he Would be the only man in tie United Sates wlo is In that fictne of mind lithe truth Is that nobody will be iati3d wlfh the taw when it is fluodly pu 0d and the bu5ines men oft be United States could better have afforded to put up the money which the Oifferenc of sche hiu will furnish the country than to have etoodi tie loss wiidch all tibls tariff tinkering has taused The Repubikxin petty had better have stood by the Dinghy law end nut suffer the few Now Eogloud free trad era to frighten it into a pixfinlse to revise the tariff Werse Henry Watterwra continues to thumdwin tihe teaS of the unterrd lied that no Dtonociat een be u prohlWttMJist will fte make afl of item believe it is tLe quevtton Tie IKBitkm oft ie ourierJournU on tOe whiskey question is bold and defiant For one ituddrg its tMklGis ffixtn day to coy in which tiote efoo fuvw State PrAhlbitton are denounced s6 cnvcke and 1 iofienles it is almost inpoMilue to believe that two years hgo the De mocrctic peaty cf Kentucky was cocEwitteti by 9 IHnand ite State ticket to prohibition It looks as though exgovernor Heck ham wu wtill in emerge of tie party organisation from rectct events whtc tranff Ie l in Lexington sad as tJeI CuierJ ur1l1 i the rwcgnlzet organ I pf the pia ty in Me Slate it wiM be inter Hvg to watcft the develorarorts in- tbat party on this qut OSon for tllInext two year It Js bound to be the ItMvB iwue in tile next stale ctuntinign If nOt settled soccer The tobacco trust eonilnues to secure e pirbllcetian tom time to time cf statements to the effect titan the Bur oy Association Is going to pieces and that the Planters Protestlve Aseoola tlon is split in twain and ready to give up the fight We have no doubt that these stories are mere fabrication I and done for the ipurpose of dtecour cging tobacco growers in their fight for fair prices and to maintain their organization However these two liSI sociations have made a serious mistake in not giving their full support to the American Society of Equity Througlrlt alone can a continuous organization be maintained whltih will protect their Interest These two orJ ganizations thane been almost criminal ly negligent In their support of theI parent organization which first gave life and vitality to the pooling plan It has been a means of placing milI lions of dollars In the pockets of the members of the assockWonsand yet they have dhowned the American Society of Equity and have not given a penny In return to help maintain and extend the membership and Influence of this organizationITie Democratic machine in Lexing ton toms to Lave gone too far in its effort to construct a slate ticket More thank half of the candidates withdrew iron the primary which wes beld lust Tuesday one of the number including Circuit Judge Par er who has for years been an lonortd Circuit Judge at Lexington Tie primary was therefore a perfunc tory afictr and if the Republicans rare wife in tie sHectlon of a city ticket machine made ticket will ihave a ttiohiy road1 to travel In the Novem ber election Lexington tai been for xsirrf me of the worst machine oitiden townk inr rfl tie country The elec tions have been were farces Herinost prominent citizens barn been clubbed dad driven form tKe polls anrf outrages of the most blghihanded charade Have gone naputifhed because the city government wes in1 the bonds of an unscrupulous machine wjijch has stopped at notbitg to carry put Its ends Tbe finances of tltq ihave gone from bad to woree until graft and missappropriation of funds have been tie rule instead of exception It s to be toped that out of the present row in the Democratic camp the city of Lexington may emmerge with a wean munialpel government In another column will tie found a reproduction of the BosworthAVyott proposed constitutional amendment in the interest of good roads on iwbJcii a Norcan ao arealapsaproveucation we moat improve own pwblio higbwoy8 It to a truth jm Metopy ttat BO ooaatiy has V81 erteento a firm olaw peeltlcqi wllobj toaanot constructed uuitaArie publip hleh waya with which to make BoceasefbJiOiiyfllth ease rom necticm of its domain y We difference in price of land true dUper erce in cost of itmcsporUDig to- Y mar et team producte when Edituatdd iton venient to niccademizddi rvaidB senf- igured in doltaro end scents wili eoan run up Into amounts ttlhdch nviU rur prise ftto 3 who brine net given it any though Tile wear anti tear on yurtIlshmentbeasts of burden will be alone enough to pay the ilntwest on bonkiaeprr seating money enough to ooacaiternlr1 every road in Kentucky Under ou constitution it ts only poseiLlei t vote 2 per cent cav the taxable vahie of property in each county Injbdrwis for road Improvement If the meniJ meat proposed tcnJee it i1llbe oF sibie to vote as mum us C per oeci and wa adddttoral 20 cents of the 100 with which to furnish a sinking fond to pay the interest end provide for psy ment of primJpaiL No voter wholhas the interest cl this county andstAte at heairt con afford to fun to vote for this nmendanent Explain it ito your neighbor and be a wei miaslorary in a good cause- TALKING r THROUGH ITS BONNET TheH artford Herald is etill tolklrig through its old bat about the dissatis faction in the Republican party in Ohio County over the tjfcfdid County ticket which was nomluwted mst De cember It las cflaimed for weeks that there were many prominent IRepub loaDB In and around Hartford who had anaunced tteir intention of bolt ing the Republican ticket this fall When 2lIedotJi by us for particulars it dodges toehjrid the statement rtictt we onto went to know the names in order to abuse tvem Last week we explicitly seW that we not only woud not do Itis but tht we would isjo refute to publish the names of sno h persona provide the Hemldi woud comply with our request to give them In its cojums The Herald is ly dfgoredhVd on this throug1I it has utterly faded to mention a tingle Republican wlo Is refusing to support the ticket It raiivepresente he facts wl6n it tries to create the imprestlon that any Republlcane are dUtatkfled with the ticket We do not doubt but that some candltjbves and friends of candidates were Acp= pointed because particular one did tot win but as the Herald knows and everyone ehe knows someone toad to lose Three of those for whom the writer voted failed of nomination but good men were nominated and we expect to vote and work for their election just as those candidates and their J friends wiho were defeated would have expected Republicans ti have voted and worked for their election had they succeeded It Is perfectly apparent that the Herald Editor is the boy who is whittling tokeephlscourage upland building a boggle men of straw to which it tropes to attract attention and to encourage the minority party In tbe belief that they can elect a ticket In this county at the coming November election WYSOX v- Blay 6Rev Tuck tilled his regular appointment at Wysox Christian church Saturdty night and Sunday Sunday Khool is progressing nicely at Wytox with a large attendance Messrs Dick Taylor and Luke Brow dined with Mr W P Bennett Sunday Cir Richard Simmons and MlssNota Taylor weroe the guests of JUtses Liz zie and Gentle Moore Sunday Oklr and Mrs Lame Kennedy spent Saturday night with Mrs Sabra Nelaa Miss Daisy Bryant was the guest of her Ctou hi Miss Anna KennedySun day night Jlr W E Romans and sir RobtI Payton attended the show ot 1verD- am Monday Mr Carlos Taylor and family taken dinlfcrwtth Mr H E Hills Sunday Mr aiM Berrton and daughter Miss Minnie ttttendiea the funeral of Miss Henrietta ITcHaiileT atJlopeweM Sunday 1 e- Mir end Mrs Ar Jl Davenporti went to Rockport MoEKltty Mr Abo Yeteer and wife were Visit ing in ToyrortdWn1 last week J Mr Ohas Benton WES the gut of his brother Mr Jofan Benton Sunday iMls Wayne Taylor who fcasllbeen visiting her farther returned to JeaN er Dan Sunday Olr Luther Rains and family were the guest of Mr A J Davenport 8un day evening f MIrses Martha Elliott and Gertrude Baughn visited Tayiortown school Tuesday Mr William Baughn nJItHnmi11 pen Saturday and Sunday in HunUvllle Miss Edith Taylor visited Misses Susan and Martha Elliott Tuesday night airs Tom Wldlck was the guest of Mrs R Davenport Tuesday Alfa Pearl Davenport enteric j the spring school at Tayiortown Monday r OLATONrI t MaytCMr flttei Demist west to FordsvlKe Friday to have some dent l work dome WciEBie Cterile and Oalvin Stevens techand mfe and hownt1jForesviUe Mies Stella Daniel went to rills Saturday iMr sad MIB Jotn Allen were guests of Mr Alleys parents Mr MSra D C Alien ot Rosiae1Vedne day end TlDurEday IIMr Harvey Flatt rnd wife ITaylor Mines spent Sunday with his brother Mr George Flatt- Mr and Mrs Henry Stevens Mrs Mtodle Ezell and daughter Gladys spent Sundriy with Mr and Mrs Etfael Daniel Mr Frank Allen Render arrived Thursday to beat the bedside of his sifter Mrs Cicero Moxley who is quite Icrff of consumption Mrs William Burden Foy left for her home Saturday after several days visit with her daughter firs Jaim Martin While here with en agent Thursday mules driven by Olyde Davis of Horse Bmcch ran away Theagect was doe livering a picture when the mutes became frightened and ran away flU the pictures were thrown from the buggy but were not broken The buggy was badly damaged but was repaired at the shop here R Wtltwcrth Barretts Ferry was in Olaton Sunday Mr D Mason Foy heel moved to Olaton we welcome Mr and Mrs Ma sonMr John Stone and eon Morion went to Barretts Ferry Sunday Rev Frey Beaver Dam pastor of the Cedar Grove church was in Ola ton Saturday enroute that churoli where he preached Sunday- Mr Reed piotogrephter Horse Branch was here Saturday Mrs C W Felix is sitl at this writ Ing Mrs Jane Wilkins went to Owens bono Sunday Mrs Van Hurt was Ue guest of Mr end Mrs C NMcDanlel Sunday Miss Addle Tunstall wcs in town shopping Friday The snow which fell here Friday was followed by a cold wave and the fruit crop will probably be light SALEM May 4Sunday tohool at this place is progressing nicely Mr and Mrs Robt Myers and emi ly visited Mr and Mrs Frank Graff Sunday rand airs W M Aoitry visited his parents Mr and Mrs John Autry SundayMr Mrs Laten Wilson went to Beaver Dam Monday on business Mr and lira Farts Jamison and family were the guests of Mr andM rs Arthur RaJey and family Tuesday iFarmers are very busy planting corn Mrs Minnie Ragland visited Mr and Mrs J G Wilson and family MOn day Success to the Republican SELECT May 4Prof A A Warren of Gil strap twill commence a singing school here next Saturday night Mr and Mrs J W OBannon of Hartford are visiting here this week Miss Loretta Hosey is visiting Mrs R E Duke at Hartford thds week Elder R P iMcKInley tilled this ap polntment at Big Clifty Saturday and Sunday Farmers are very busy planting corn Esq W P Miller of Horse Branch was in town TueedayIMessrs Earl Smith and John Keown attended tbe Installation of a Maoca bee Lode at Cromwell Friday night Several attended the musical atMrs lolF LflmgforrJs SatunCcy night G h AroucOcle of QetrJCIty spent icw days in town last week Severn from this place attended theI HudBonBro Shaw at Balzetown Fri day nights ROSINE May Health 4s good in this con J nlty IpBrpnwTHL rare busy rep tcfor thelrr 1 y lOur two Sunday eohoolsa re pnogits sing ndcelyttthVplace MisB Ada end Maude filmtbaer of Barretts terry who bas been visiting their aunt Mrs Artie Hines icfeuro ed to theft home last Monday Mrs Annie Ezell and little daughter Ste n Render Mines visited Iriends at this place last Sunday Mr Leagan Wilson vhitedi WH sits tel Mire klMeBrown last Friday night hire Emma Cox visited Mrs Mattie Wilson last Sunday Mrs Lula Nlrrano viflti d Artie Hines last Tuesday Mr Deck Brown Visited at Mr Tom Hines last Sunday evenfcig- Mr George Wilson and family visited Mr John Brown md family last Sunday Mrs Emma Cox visited her father Mr Chortle Crumes last Friday night F tlJv v 11 rt r SayLi i II When you buy the y Siujb Uwnyou will give us 2 you 4cah4 have as tough a suit as ever was made If you will give us 3 you can have the same cloth treated better better lining buttons and mak ing but no more durable Give more and well go further into IlS 500 of cloth 600 andmaking I Nothing gets these things but money it takes less of it here than at most stores We treaty ur boy like a little man but dont sell him clothes that lookasI if they were his fathers shrunken garments Our boys clothes are same in style and quality as mens Ii Visit us for your Clothing needs COILEADERS IN CLOTHINC IllHartford Ky JII SMALLHOUS May 4Nr and tits ILouls Geiger of Centertown were the guests of Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter Sunday Miss Edna Rosa and brother and Mr Roy frown of near Echols were the guests of Miss Editor Curtis lest Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Jennie RCBS has sold her form to a coal company consideration 13600 Miss Maude CaUoway has keen the guest of her aunt Mrs Robert P Bennett ot Beda for the post sweek Mr cad Mrs Alva Galloway went to CentertowTi Sunday Mr Ed Hunt erattendedthebaptlz ing at Ceralvo Sunday Mr Seth Hunter went to Ceralvo Monday for medicine for his wile and sonlrilaw Mr Eraklne Fulkerson who are on the tick list Miss Mhggle Hunter is quite sick at this writing Born April 28 to Mrs Wbriih Fulker son a seven pound gird Olrs M P Maddox who Ins been quite sick is about well again Mra Herman Addtegton little soft Nowllni were the guestsof her parents Mr and Mrs Judson Ashley from Friday until Monday Mrs Cordelia Addington tiadj her extrEcted lest Monday by Dr LaindTum JBlackilcci Mlia Ruth Basthtarl spent last week with Mr TW Blackburn and fami MrAilcaCalloway and wife spent Sunday with Mre Dan Southard Cen tertowri v 3 T W Blnburua Alva Callowaytit Wexlnefiday at Central city Mr Sap Huger 1 west to Hartford Mondays Messrs T rtl Barniord Hartford andOipplei Kittlnger1 Claude Brown esudlu Port r of tils pkaio weroTn Livermore Writoesday Mr Luthctr1 Aadlngtonr atd Mr char t13hrgbteemavo Mr PaWBanjardi wfcjphoB been in the elcq list Is not quite so well at this writing Mrs Sallle Drape wild leavef soon for OwexEboro for a Iqw weeks stay wdth her son end family Tariff Talks and Tariff Progress It will be a long time In the future before the Republican party will moke another loromtee tq reylee the tarffrTariff sertrion by the friends of thin tariff de nit as profitable from d polit leal standpoint or1 the Republican par ty as is tartf revision by the Demo cratic party In viewing this same situation from a Democratic standpoint it would eeem that resolutions against tariff duties would strike many a member of that partys conventions The mnjodty of the gentlemen who aligned themselves to reduce tariff du ties whethercalling themselves Demo cmtsor Republicans seer now to be wasting their ammunition upom bell ringing targets sup as Income and inheritance taxes instead of paying close attention to the 1utesupon import articlesThey proving themselves skilled marksmen center shots upon a lot of dummy targets that will ring a score I in the Congressional Record and I which they can produce in striving for reelection to prove the steadiness of their nertveff and tiheir prirrqlplee The old Ecfacol of free traders seems to be completely eliminated The country realizes that revenue than Ito be raised and both parties nn nware 6f the fact that Internal taxa otrherbrnnIchile rrhe democrats therefore canaKrtfa var that form of producing revenue The Republicans are charged wIth the ffespojiBlbllity of arising the revenue and spending tt and they nat J urally favor producing the largest amount possible through the levying of the tariff There never was a tariff revision since 1840 that showed suaht response tp 101oopNbops jand local sentiinent endthepartisartoani cwir i4e + tegjrf their maaty associates txldly upon any invportairt ertSicleLtdouLehdWay Is being made In shaK vscjprcjbnlbeUhatJAre oil r ai tt01lgweland each day now wllloVirifc great lure strength cad mlucejreat0r and efficlercyini tte organisation clh will flnelly put it upon the state books V notOOtrnt 1 I tfthoseto the discussion f f betteritcanei for the bueinte o Bar9utrert 10 1 I 1 I Jr ew 4 l f I I I Ici 4 i I t dt 411W d 1 AJlt 1J k k r- a Y i jIij- Jfi t I y I i r t 4- u i 1f I t L k- 11f t 11 r t ti ts- it r J It 11 i A s t IFJ H ilfI t lP ci t f t 1 lli r 1 t f1PINtCCLEANING I We give the ladies a special invitation to call and inspect the strongest line of Mattings Carpets Rugs Druggets Floor Oilcloth Lace Curtains Window Shades Curtain Poles Linoleums Dra peries Door Panels Etc ever brought to Hartford We are headquarters for the very goods that will make your home clean and tidy Call and get our prices The goods will please you Ga Hartford Republican ElUItAIY MaY7- Itlnois I Central RallroadTlme Table j At Beaver Dam KY IIrIbBouril 80alh Boaad Nol11tdlHl a m No1ri dlMllJI s d omdll123iI m 1to1D1 doe 248 p a1CCl dllSJIm No181 doe8e2prn Drugs That Prove Effective JJeibbe YOU want whCII5Q nadad cl1nIp You anent thorn ireah CII pJue so hat thAy win do i jasia11t they ore prmbed W do iIhde is the kind am DtltUeI pal Wa Jmow exectb how to 101i 11 IQW the dQ tees dfrcsans In fill ing 91 proe 1 pUon Weve gotu full amd fexbetodk j of evtct hyg uzurdly Inept lm n 1clm drrtg stmea Am our 4yvldes on eteJJrt1hlng nor bight damn to tibe lovrost TaY tor tied see HARTFORD DRUG CO a Ineorpomted 1C your g Wiie roan James tt a 1 rrlWe are paylag lZc or Eggs w dG11 5 LYONS 44Ic Ctitilml somdf1l101itJ RInnI t IUoI v rrrty rjl11 II 1tlattr rft t1V i7WlYlLL + r1riQoL4 fr Ana 1 IIr tom Ur tr iiiDid LUDcbBatlOityJ- beIrta I8t- jJ Ul taurimts Steak ltd Coffee n J t111 to N1cedue41 F1 h oonstanUy nodramlb tJM City R estaluact iMir w aJamy aIty Is the gust of relatives eat Jloehestor For t dal lntpnBln Sexing I hr- cIi11 a llon Qr8 Willdnm- ar If Yousalt Fjour T3 S Cdrsonr Wo IEave yPU mdn 3Y 3Stf fif1o 4r ri Dr O ar 1se aduppletedh e I Gyeaa1 Cae I 111 to hamo leg Ea ilt tvrI tWe ore pnTing 15 cents per oozen for Eggs SCHROADER COo Jt pass to use nadeDarnnnl Go makre arty color or size City Restrulmat feeds the pegple llS usual Oaeea customer arneysa customer Electric Tttiter Opens tonight witA1 new films and moss Admisson 10 centsfNew ahawal and songs every nigh at the ope House Admission 1 cents For IIiD 7cInde of Sexing MOOh1- neSuppUesun c Doll on Gross W1 dame Rvh a 1sthe Button lit Bamard Cola r y iQrakeashysdzeoxt- your eCr t- Bnraaad Qo 5ene KIIDe npecial price d9spl out is week onl- Dont ties them That ing SuIt It hcm Iht x- Balmaad rom 00 wlll be strictly ae- atyde w and dinjJt For S EYchangeGreenRiveb- ottom r LaudLdoes not overflow Ad dress DR J S BEAN 42t2 Hertiord Ky I1ker Eggs Ch1clcens aButtor and all kDdSof goOd Couffiry Pro duce to SChJoQder Iand get the hIghest market pride far It 00MrDyJd M1l1erwUe ands brrbY of Central City ere the guests of Ir- JUUers parenB Dr and Mrs J T J1l1er x Har bid Ky IlIss May Mf11s daughter of Mr and Mrs Lk tiK MillottAlexndernegbbOri quite alek a fb home of her brptherlnlaw ldr- Qnatrynear1 t IkilsRnir IH c bll3rSlnaParks soqoLMr t QJ PatJII and Dlhw RosplVestrflel daughterof MralXVesterfiejdabo of Dada were p1ar7 4Ltbabrlde- hople cIb day la tc w4ekr Rev Crane ntlngaa e ptftcJatingWialater The Rough Rlv Telephone Co m nyI1ia a tdt6d of men ot work reeonStrtutlag the pW1t In Hartford which It le thought will be of very great benefit to the patrons Tile work le being stwerlntended by Mr- S TYage fnanAger- IWe are offering t4 our regular CU9 toners end also to those who are pay lug tabuloif piitEe to some other grove y rents E1 eciat prloee on treeh Groceries tEese days It moh ronven lent to wll start rlhti In by tele- pbonin us Y tir orders ItWill have rproonIltIttehtionl3CIIROADE11 CO tiles Eddtl1Ctrs etty paid our on apleasantcal Wedwesday ass Loretta Hoy Set ts the gutisti od Mr rid Mns R E Duke city iMtB LE verT Mat 1s the guest of lice yaTenta Mr and M1e Joe CDezinnett 11D iS Dean South CarroUton s 1 the guest of his rather Dr L D Beau- city Sliver atoll make the rest ttitle reaeon nit S D Myer8 near Beav er Dam F AL ALLEN CimtertowDKy Mr and tare LuIJ Schapmlroe and Chlldiren Blccmingtct 111 are the gueSts of Mr Schapmiree parents Mr and hire C F Schapmlre City Leave your Laundry at myGmeery- Work guaranteEd Prompt delivery t Cleve Tier Agent for MFdtsonville Ice and Laundry Co Incorporated Messrs W P Leaoh and E P Bar sate t the Dzst Beer Dim neigh oorbX werem embere rOt uhu Federal petIt Jury at Owensboro the first of the week J You could not pick a better tIme of the year to get your pictures made Ilnk yrou cannot get better pictures anywhere than you can get at Sehroeteee studio Better come et once Upstairs over The Republican Office I om prepared to urcish dalry sup pUesto a good many pawns I have as good took cs the county affords Your patronage solicited S E BDNNET F Phone No 154 3 R F D No 3 Hartford Ky Mrs Jcln Parris died at her home on Thlrnetts Creek 1VednESdeyt night after I itrgering lllntvs d Cancer of tile stomaci Mrs Prls formerly- was Mdss Stewart btllg a dzugtter- of DEie Stewart a prmtnent citizen 1t the Beda nS bodied She la sur Ived by a husband and min other r dives IAn laident roprtoed from XarcwM- shcud be tf true of Inteeit to phy 8k1Crs A gentlemen of vat comm nlty Lad been suffering for the IJat four ycars of cfn e and a few moath ego cs as xpeFent began IIJplillg a remedy originally prepared fcr the dis C1e of born m known ae Sprat chef and JUt a tort time tbe cancerous growth tecmed to be Dom plenty healed The following Maccabees of Hart ford went to Crcmwtl Friday nlgLt to aid In Instituting a lodge of this order at that price Judge n R Wedding It T Collins Dr Eo D Pen dleton Robt King Guy Forrester Isaac Foster wm Riley Joshua Field Will P1rt1e R D Walker Hooker Wl1l1ams Jesse hoover Joe Miller R C Porter Estill Park Wm Iake and O R Tinsley They report much success and a great time IJtFSr s C R Reitltt Tfadfy Sam Morton SmaUhcu9 end L D Tlc nor of the Alexander neIghborhood were among our callenysterday- p Dr m J Edge of Afrrggan Js cants plating locating at Mldklnd Ky when E he bas a proposltron to become th mine physician for two hundred e more employees ot the coal oompnny at that Place Dr Edge ill a promln eat young physician and the peJp1e- r of Midland are to be congratulttw on procuring the + ert ices ot suoh worthy young man ULRCourt ct Owen boO was chilled Tuoeluy moiling and con tinned ut the Instance df the plaintiff The attorneys for the defcadunt- Heavrln i WoodVoard and BArnett SmJthwereJlr nt with Ui etron garra l of wfirtrESSes secrtty for trial Huwoever the dnrs4ness to otheoourt haw oonsum ell more tin a thau Usual nail on met lo of the plalntlffunder the plea that boe had not haul time to COnSIder tb nI sorer fREd by attorneys for the Gz1eQ drat the Judge obtrlinmeii the cos- un611tbo next Nu mber teran Ili- Is the suit which ass mentioned a- lengbbti oftt twltanns f thritlrne 1 M tiled and tilt the earns tiLme w P1IbIJshtlitb nSver for bbfendan- It 1s not beles odthat the ptiIMlly ever recover a lreathe rose goos thte matter and are Uthg every PIe o- eWdeabe i khichalavbewtue mean In 111 evidence which may rVlr beflened4tfi wifeswere art night Mro3CeDceDi anti ImLufaWeHs IJwQlnve lbeen atAhebodstcbe of their another lliba J1m1sShenp JW bas been rmgterously m of pneumonia ritumodto HeIr htxne 1n Moorehouse- dip IMr Tilden JohIlsonaDd family will leave in a taw days tor nWUtl Several from Te attended churoh at Dundee 91tur day rrtght and Sun my Mrs Liarbara Ralph died atherhnm e near Ph1bJ 27th Qt AiprUot ran cer the remains were Interred tile 26t- hatehe lemUr Oeanetery- Mr 0 Virgil Sutton Is very ill at his hbme near here ot1ungJroilb1e WNITESVILLE FMay 4Mr W m Wells turood tram n116vUle last week whew he W been ow bustaESt for a few days D T 1 Edge Rno hue lush com pletErU a fucccisfful rohoo1nt Sugar dnvve 1itled his 4ruther bete last Friday nlgM lIr W IA SWnnettmade abuslnesaf- xlP W Evacsn 111e lest week lotr W P Ke11ey dsin town today- Mr J oR Uldkifd ands wife were hire Thursday Dills Corda Fuqua Fortmllle visited lice aunt JiElIFanIlieSlmpron kW wet k- Dl O W Edge vJr11d his mother tit Sugar Grove Monday 6l Elias Faraner and ton Gilbert td- Ad burg were a town today- IM4RondaWacemndLtodfe Grtfr of tujJh were tri ttnn on btrslnrcly- FrhL y Tc y Is one of the most pleasant with WO Federal saders ns they are- 1o tnn nKdtig out vouuh es far the money that 15 lortttotrtg We are tery glad to see them cone In as they usunily eave some of tle erA Ae with usM LCemplon bas puwmtlI the picture galtiltTY and outllt or Mr Fax eelfJd wld make pictures for anyone who desires a l eautiful photo Of htIllHlf Air Puree Is now moving to Petan Ridge fie workers Ehnntyis now situat ed on Mz C A Kt4leys varnvt lot We cpe to have betterr rottds soon tte faith doctor rt4urntd this mon leg to fluitdl Ids weld begun work TLe Republttan is one of the very- best pepers It ties the truth nn sticks to found princtples A S of E Notice A s of E Notice rne A S uf E stock oonmrlttee s CI4tfl to met at Hartford next Satur city May Stlh 1909 Any 14r1ion liv lag tetl to conetgn for tmmedlltls- hdprr ent will ploase make it known at the Wool Growers meeting on tho above nsmed date SILAS STEVENS Pros Corn for Sale I ace about 200 bushels of fitclats tIltrclllfJtablo corn fur tl h struck M W IlARNARDHaatm AETNAVILLE y 5Several loom ti7e place rl terrace ciuc o tit ZIua1 Sunday after ncJtJIr and LIIIS Rube Il11gtOn UTe o the sick lIt ws Stella sad Edna Hall Qf In gin are visiting Utrelr cousin Aiso Nom Morgan of this place aIr James Haynes Is in with mat rfa lever lMr E H Morgan went to Rallh today Sir Loney ldarlow ot Hayneavill e was here today M1fs Ws Harrison and Dta IUJ d ifs Corble Harriscltl visited ut Bay nesVlne Monday gunmst 01 3 Morgan r coon beingrboys are g reedy tor same big genies of lacersballI thins season r BankruptcyaIn dire district court of tile Unite Stases for the western dtstdat of Ke tacky Owensboro Division In the matter of Jasper S Reynolde Bankrupt rro the creditors of Jaspcc S Rey no0ds of FordslUe In the QIluty ti Ohio and disbriot aforesaid bankrupt Notice J9 hereby given that on the Zith day of April A D 1909 tale sad adiudicunt td bankrupt and tAInt meet ling of creditors wUl ere islet at tb law ofnce ot Dean Dean In Owens taro Kentucky oa the 16th dy of Dirty A D 1909 at Z P m ut avidd1 attendttrtlsttrtBankrupt ptoterltY 1COIn befere said meeting AFIANeQwensboro Kr Apifib rCEVR TOWN May Jley I D Bennett fillet his regular appoinlnteut here l Sunday Many of our pcopie attendEd the bWt thing atRg6s Riffle Sunday evening vera1 cf this town atteLcf odtunetaifrm ices of W A flatot- Jt Matan ss last Sunday Miss Willie Dlshl1J Rough Tiver aa a pleysant ce1ler lore thIs meek hoe was rnpnnled home byM1ss EmuU WakeinndC MoHenry Me borne Sunday to visit his parents Mr HaSwell HardJn burg nS here thlsweek on important buslnas V E Pate made a flying trip to Oweusbom Monday J A Rhoods ant wife albllea ry visited the family of H H Davis Sat unIaynlght r Oj4McKenny Cares illeOhio t- bete s Intretxr T T 4 TW Floor Covenngs I AND House Furnishing 6 + t We are the only complete + house furnishers in this part of the country We can furnish a + complete outfit for a beginner We can supply any needed access tsories to your present outfit The 4 KITCHEN THE DINING ROOM THE BED ROOM THE SITTING + ROOM AND THE PARLOR can be tfully equipped to suit your own taste in Wall Paper Blinds Lace 4t Curtains Stoves Kitchen Cabi= nets Tables Bed Room Suits tFolding Beds Chairs Rockers tistore and see the best assort = j 4 ment of House Furnishings with in Your reach tEPSBARNES BROS tin tBEAVER DAMS KY aFAIRVIEW May 4Farmers are very busy plow lilt and planting corn We Lore having plenty t rain and cool weather now Health olf this oommunity is fairly good t lava Mrs Maude Dioxley Is very law of consumption Mds Bessie Acton and sister Lglea e visited lIH5 Della White Mon ay Sunday school Is progresetng nicey with a large attendance I DScs Prudle Miller Ashfprd and Illfi iron Raymond visited her yawl ills C C 1Vhito Monday and Tuesday Mss Maggie Miller visited bar cousins Lorene and Felix White last week finenmaze Sunday eventing sbe WI5 thought to have been worked to hard Several from the Schroeder neIgi oor hood attended Sunday school here lust Sunday Mr C C White daughter and son attended church nt VineHli Sunday they report a ucc time and plenty of dinner for 01- 1Mr J R11iison Is on the sick lest thin week eAir and rises A p Pate of FoTd attic visited Mrs Pates brother Dir CIcero Moxiey lust week Notice On Saturday May Sth lit 1 oclock- p wllt the forks ot the earl near G C BaIze farm two mimes soudli or Horse Brandb I 111 receive Moo or- theerectoaoL a sohoddh Ouse in sub district No 6 eiducatioaa dlvfoat No 4 Phe bids to becoaslttercd by tLe County Board of jEduntin nt k fore May 10th rrhe house IS be- 24x3010 asdputup out ext goo8mate TUYIln im a vyorkwan 1lkemq same JV TAYLOR C6atrmriaa lduoatdoalol JWon Nq 4 i RENn R fu 4Mrt3 Polk Perceyof Mercer Stdtioawashere last VednesdQYun Thursday the gtieiftot her sister 21lis D w GWyn 1fm CIl gal leas i Centml City last TLutlay hilts Grads Duke of Hrtitfdrrl ass here last Thursday Mrs E L Myers of Hot Springs Ark was here last ThurEduy and Fri day this guess of Mr rtd Mrs C L Myers MrsS E Imrtnstus vdsfted to UJI wood Sunday hies Jet SWJ11n o Prti U edto her home Saturday glkervisiMng- Ms Too T Mt1 lor tuie VJ6It i gek Edward Danns ot Harrisburg Ill was here SatudayaMiss Ollie Howard ot Central City was here Sunday tile guest ot MISS CarrIe Roll Rev R D Bennett of Hartford dill td his regular appointment bete Sun day t r Ed Malnworing end ton wm ot SImmons Wle hoe eteralay Several from bare attended the cit cussin Beaver Dun yesiwday t Mrs L T Millard went to Liuton- e Ind today Marvin Warms has lotred Co H 3rd Reg Kentucky State Guards ct Hartford Card of Thanks p wish to thank our mruy frlends und relatives for their krdnE1ss to us during the sate skkaess of m dear husband w om bee Lord took from us on the 22rd of April I rfpeoiaily wont to exterd my lortfet thanks to the Odd Fellow and Red Men both of winch my hwbtnd was a faithful member I can assure them tilat their kind attention will never be eraeed from my memory very e peetfuDly ABLE RANDOLPH Notice The new Springfield rifles will be Issued to the members or Co n at the regular drill on Saturday May S Every Krng rifle with nil its parts must be turned In by the above date J M DeWEESE Capt Cd II 3rd Inn Wills Probated he following wills were probated InOhlp County COUtt Judge W R- Taylor presiding la t tlonday C S- rltzhugh e J S ugh vbowas deslgnatednggxeculor with oft 1oud appeared 1n open court and took the oath ns rewired py law The will provides ftrstthatalitsrpers- oDal estate be disposed qS wilthlnl- iq days after Jfa decease and after lIayln9 his lust debts the remainder Kany be deposited In Dundee Depos- It Bank Item SecondAt the expi ration of two years after his decease he directs his real estate ho sold and the proceeds disposed of as follows Mrs Sarah Collins Smith 100 and the residue to be equally divided among Eessle V Fltzhuil and Amer lea P Johnson the living heirs of MarT Johnson James Fltihugh and Dr J S Fllzhugh Also the win ot Martha A James wherein she defsed her one 17 un divided Interesllnher father Phillip Williams estate to Charles P Will lame t 4 t j 1 T t n I r t i c I k- d k r I y- M I A r 1 I J I N i t jiIjI l I t l I I r r I N t t l 4 ill 4- 1jfd c VTiI tFOR- mOPERS SAYS JUDGE k neal at Once Taken to the Supreme Court of Tennessee f Jtofcvflle Tenn April 27 Judge VJIllam M Hart today overruled the motion for a new titel In the case of Duncan B and Robin J Cooper rE- cently convicted ct Ute murder ofi iocanr Unitd States Senator E Car hack The defense nt once gave Wire of on appeal to the Suprome Court trod waived the fornml son jtence of twenty years In the peniten tiary Hue defendants wore In court early bins Lucius Bunt comicg in with her father tend brother The Colonel was attired In a new black cult and a- pP red In excellent spirits Robin was Tole and 111 tit ease Judge Harts opinion was brief and clear H aid Tke motion in the case of tile State ngplnfct D R and Robin Cooper Js row before the court After giv ing due and careful cooBldeiottou to nIt the reasons signed in tile motion the court is of the optokm tiba there is no ground for setting aalde- the verdict of tile Jury and therefore the motion Is overruled We wiM prey for an appeal to bee Supreme Court nld Judge Amlrson and waive formal sentence It is grantedllestorted Judge Hut 4We ask for time to perfect our appeal and that the bowl be fixed mid Anderson Tho bond will remain the same announced the court About the time to prepare a bill of exceptions I sug gest that as the term ends next Saturday you have tile bill ready then The defense objected and dadcourt said ed thirty lays After a wraDflelfte Let us put it over until next Saturday and take it up then ABJoura oourt Mr Sheriff until next Satur dayThe same bandsmen asahu qtieti fled After court adjourned Judge Hut commented to some friends upon the fact teat the killing of Ike Morse ttte morning by a young woman who cl Alms be hedabzn doned her was tile tenth murder In this county since tile Cooper tmtei began on January 20 and raekes Wjan tynine murder cases now op the county docket BARRETTS FERRY To Late for Last Week April GIrs Ella Harrison ami Laughter Miss Valerie of Dundee wede the guests cf Mrs Hcrrkona sister ulnas Alma Petty Saturday Jlrs Elizabeth Harrison is very IB nt this writing eveial from brae attended meeting ct Olaton Sunday night tics Alley Bollng will leave here Wednesday she will got to Hartford to make her home for a while Miss Zona RobUcn who bas been attending tchcol at Bowilr g Green for tome lIme returned home Saturday Rev Lawrence filled Ms neguiar ap RiJJaieyt nt Huff Creek Sunday r Mr Theodore W tei field and iMUss Lula Petty were married nt Huff Creek church Sunday Mr A L Iter Uon of P nmose ATk who 1as metro the guest of Ws motih ir and other roktives here for tIle pm wreck returned licme today Mr end MBS Pink Petty of Narrows Fl ent Sunday wdth their fan and tugivter Mr Tom aad Mies Alma Pet ty Not A Local Issue Tie fact ttt Pictettko te net a loaf lillie aa e forager Dtmocrctic caa dldato for tie Puwtopry OOkroow plainly atovn1 in tt tnoimra of the Southern newF 4 ers tiftich teM yv under tiio byiollt gu rdlaniAilp of tile MbKinJey rw Induvtelec tre being built till tJjrt prrmiso et no dtant dl y to give emptoyon nt end gad wee to iiuadod of tfiouaantu of Workiu a Here w Iwvo Uott Loultvllle Commer- clnl publlhfodi to the Daraooratic border State of Keotuoky aucctiriR that tfttoe are mare piaacs 1n the rouses of workingmen in Ixutt 11Ie than in tbe houses of ell the workingmen cf England and probably tflece ere moo Twcfclngmen owning tHelr t craes to- ioulsvllle tean In all England No Protection is not a local isuel Fiee 1W1I11 Journal Reward TThe rewards of a religious life on this earth Is eternal life in the word 10 come Te reward of an uprlgit character la tree respect of our fellow men The reward for honest toll should be comfort and contentmnet How many of us are working bard ironv January tb December and yet axe j deprived of tb comforts of mo How ucby are justly paid for Vhat they JdoT In the generci tliuffle of eI fcirdfl and the dealer doing his own cutting nWh all four Vaoes up bW old sleeve aibat hOw does the farmer tove who sits ecrosB the tatfle to win B game Farmers Ktoet are you going to do about It7 Let us Wave an honed dui We caa tave it Itwe want It Let us want it Lot us want it with tin organization so strong and B demand so forceful that we shaft have itiBquity Ftoin Jour ntll i Catarrh Cannot be CureC2I ronInOttarrh is a blood or cocBUluldcaa1 dis ease and In order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarr Cure is taken Interaslly and BUS cdI rectly on the blood BTd mucous surfers HaHs Ca aci Ix Cure is not a quack remedy It was Txrwcrlbed by onO of tt1cbAt phYsfedanu in Uils country for yesffs and Is a neguiw prescription It is composed of hung down end was as red as df it with the best blood lJU RoN aotlog directly on tfce mucous surfaces Tue perfect oouiblcMton of tile two ingre dients is wtoat produces such won derful reeults In curing Cataciii Sew for teitlmoniais InIIbejdoTake pation n S Sq CROMWELL- To Lale for Last Week April 2S During tins past winter w matrlmoInnished three of the girls Blisses Eda Lee and Nannie The neighbor hood mosses them very much as they were bright and companionable young ladles As we unOarBteiwl the men whom they married are first class young gentlemen May suni iin e and happiness be with them throughI lifes weary journey Alto last few days Miss Hallle Talor tor of Rev James P Taylor nuI M Allen Taylor of near noch We are advised that he is a god former and Is one among Ohio count beet citizens Sa three cheers for Mite Dafflle That leiwlndB us that wo have c few old badbetois oteeOet trod lave never taken a part et cuplds bow I suppose that they got a stare in their Infancy Some of them are slightly recovering acid we honk they Tray step off tine platform of batcAietor tocod soon For attire the Icanp olds out to burn the vitet tanner may re turn Tte merchants are doing a lively business We have as fine a set of the bu dress men of tthds place Tfcoy equal tize as Is found on the historic stream of Green River from its source to its mouth There seems to be no jar between the country people and th business men of this place Piney all fee m to work togetrter for teach others mutual benefit We understand this is brought about by the fact that all of the business men of Cromwell ere members of the A S of E except one or two of them And we hope they will become members soon Rev A D Gardner lulled his ap pointment at Green River Sunday bud pTecheed1 to a large and appreciative audiences Pitiful Salesr n Kits of sailors lost nt sea are sold regularly at auction at the Albert docks in London The sale provides many a pitiful sight Most of the lots are contained In the regular sailors sea chest ell marked with the name of the ship from which they come It is not unusual for those who have lost friends or relatives at sea to attend these auctions and there are times when the first news of such a loss familiarA Fair Offer Small boy who hus been watching amateur gunners failures for an hour or more Say mister Sportsman Well what Is It boy Gimme a nickel an n start ns tarns the fence nu you klu have one at uicLlfe Reformed- I hear your son is something of an aviator Mrs Comeup Well to tell the truth he was a bit that way but lies taken the pledge Baltimore American Flowers nro Uie sweetest things that nod ever made nnd forgot to put a soul IntoBeecher Honeyed Words How nre you getting along at home The last time I called your wife was giving you the dickens Quite true I hnd been a bad boy But she relaxed Last night she came very near calling mo honey You dont myan itl How was that She cnllrd mo old Ueeswnx New York Press HarryOf course Tommy said the Sun day school teacher youd like to be an angel wouldnt you r replied Tommy IWcllcryesm till cnilben grown gray whiskers Philadelphia Press T DIKE rN GEAMAIIY 1 TJwy AW haft With Great Carr and Exactness When a dike is to be built and they are still In places making dlkee it Ji first mapped out by the ncatly8bnrp ened stakes a Tong straight causeway leading out from shore and widening Intoa rounded head which abuts on the red line of the channel Then a ground sill or foundation mattress of willows is woven and sunk at this bead and pinned down and held in place by the sharpened pegs Then wattles and sand filled in and In place rock and then rounding up neatly out of the water and forming a tight covering to the whole the hand squared blocks of stone are laid as closely as a city pavement alt over the head and back along the neck to the pld shore It is as permanent and stable as the Harvard stadium the dike so built and the river abandon leg the space back of the tip to slack water or to be filled In with sand flows on with entire grace in the rev stricted channel beyond the UpIThe care and exactness these dikes are made would able if It were not so successful In a land where hand labor Is very cheap days lire devoted to doing what In America would be roughly cast by ma chinery In a couple of hours But the result is so admirable that one remembers regretfully the ugly pile dikes the horrid fringes of the Im I1s1sllslpplacco their purpose and generally on the banks opposite to them the river is revetted above middle water This too is done with the hand squared stones and as a result the Elbe where completely finished resembles a broad canal between stone lined banks theIstone rising a few feet above the ter and above It the green slope of the fields or a fringe of willows It is all peaceful complete and generally beau tiful with at least the beauty of utll ity where it lacks that of ruggedness and wlldness Boston Transcript GILA MONSTERS BITE The Reptile Turns Over to Get Venom Into Its Victim It was his turning over habit that led me to the discovery ns to the bite of the Gila monster This creature more like a short stocky snake with legs on than anything else has no poi son fangs like the rattlesnake yet his bite may be just as dangerous Ills poison teeth are in his lower jaw and the poison comes from a gland under the tongue If ho bites without turn ing over the wound is not serious but If he turns over there Is great danger Dr Snow of the University of Kansas wrote me some time ago offan ex perience he had with the bite of a Olin monster The reptile was caught and put In n bucket the top of which was covered with paper The bucket was then put in the wagon in which the doctor was driving An the road was somewhat rough the bucket was bounced tip and down and In order to steady Jt Dr Snow rut hfs hand behind him and took of the bucket thrusting his fingers through the newspaper cover on its top so that he could hold it se cure Suddenly he felt the monsters grip on his fingers Startled and somewhat alarmed he carefully pried the jaws of the reptile open and released himself The wounds were such aa uny ordinary bite would have made and he suffered no more inconvenience than might have been expected There are many storfercurrent in Arizona and Sonora as to deaths that have occurred from Gila monsters bites but it is hard to get at the facts Careful experiments made with ani mals show that when the reptile bites and turns over so that the poison flows down the tooth grooves into the wound tbe bitten creatures die in a short time Suburban Life w A Dead Bird Samuel Butler the witty but eccen trlc author of Erowhon which means Nowhere and of runny other remarkable and suggestive books is now more read than during his life time lIe died In 1002 In one lot his notebooks he tells this Incident which must have amused the great Charles DarwinFrank Darwin told me his father was once standing near the hippopota mus cage when a little boy and girl aged four and five came uptrhC hip popotamus shut hit eyes for a minute That birds dead said the little girl Come along Her Lucky Number The byways as well as the highways of church life furnish much in the way of wit und humor What for in stance court be more mirth provoking than the naive confession of the cook of a London vicar who being allowed to choose a hymn for the famllyjpray ers was complimented on her choice by the vicars wife What a nice hymn you chose snld the latter to the cook Yes mum its the number of my policeman V Taking an Advantage Your family seem to enjoy going to Europe Yesanswered Mr Curarox Mother and the girls have observed that I am weak on getting the value of for eign money Things are ordered and paid for before 1 have time to make any Intelligent Inquiries as to Ute ex pence Washington Star Truthful I hadnt been talking with him three minutes before he called ino an ass What sort of n person U he Well I never knew him ioiitcll o He f The rift 1tadtHer Faint For almpt tow years I tad B rye on my J gtlMsMnr Oliver HurdW Mitdifbn fc H8aJd tbte spring a dcctw healed it up I felt tine for about a znontb but haw ito be ecu any feet a good deal and above my lanes came B swelling as big as toy Silt It hunt down and was SB Toad oe tf it bad beers blistered end as sore that I could hardly get around TheoonaH of my leg soemaUi tQ be stiff and the palm was so bad at Ume that it made me fnlnt lone of the neighbors told me about Sloans Liniment to I got a bottle and put acme right on Next momlug I could wcJk ever to mud better antt I JteiJt right on1 using the JjtEdment J11l1ttd OKMtteigA U lWawaalt th awe111sgjaad the reaaaa Borepeeii fcarro goetA too I Efeall never thenouns10 all Buffering ode idsw New Establisement Mre 1 A Lee has recently open ed a plendtd line of Millinery at Cromwell where she will be pleased to serve all 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2nd and 4th Monday evening HettieRileyRough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night E B Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and s Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pendleton Commander LP Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L0 T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrsEocrPreston Morton Post No 4 O A nhold regular meetings Saturday fist the first Sunday in each month Ash RogersAdJtOhio Tribe No US Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wedne day nights in each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief of RecordstAcme Lodge No 339 I0 0 F meets every second and fourth Mon BtBCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Skngge Pres W DO Luce S cTrca6 OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C 6 DRAYTON Pres Greenville 111 BowUnlGrefnKyS D KUJIP Sec Treas Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown K S Br ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky HartfordKyC EDUCATIONJKy DNo2 J A Belamy WWtesvllle DNo1RFDannes6J BITTERS Thelbeat torte Curative Medicine fer these die eases 5cS 1rantcJ t i n jI pt I 1 fr 1- I L r t he r t 6ft I I t w I it- t i r IY I f 4 r 4 AI J 4 j Jt 1 4 + l rf 1it fJ ti 11 a I ti- a I jI 1t f it yr 0 t I K tlit P L ti a ii THE TWO COVENANTS Br John W Ports TheY are so closely ootinected wl theaws h1QMID who engage In throw kdgdtitstkeep themEelVee very busy floe covenant quevtron Mutib cdndus existon the subJectanU the UtnJ f are led away from f11r truUA Caused by the ufDart of dame wf110 bare more p1gltty in cover g Up tho truth than dnpIt mlng it There are upWardg of 70 cove m- uufUoneel u the Beble omd two all t eoognlzed tta rested to each other npd ore called Gat xI seOOnU M- ndt new EietDg tlntt here are so- mtIny covenDJts brouElttto view In tie Bible It Js ECY itwpatatt dnt weexerolle greatt case Jml1prudears in boating the old aovenrtgtratyJi in knowing just nhat hns been kboce away Wo read ln tto BIbe IOnrt gd3Ced- estro ed now it would be exerolsillig pOor msdIllloo say Ubat the Gd o- Le f Bibe W3 destroyed ice to o were many gods beskie3 tto true one yet it wroud no moso ttaow a heir o judgment irid Bible knowledge than- say to tlltat Uhu commranimont cventl1tI or kJw wus oooUshed far t ere were ooennI many and laws many rrne nature of both the ol1l1 men covenants Is stated in Hlb 8812 Hero we learn tit tte olJJ coveaan was maUe between God and Israel a- the time the broutPit teem out of Egypt Paul says n Rom 32 that GOO OxnTLtted 51s ortcas to Israel All other natlon tad npost1lIzoo from God ant dasecmtedthis law Lev 20 2223 Israel ass tube only naitIn left upon the laarth srhfcu regrLrdtllt1he hw otthe true Jd tlto them tra solemn ly Committed Iris stettutes and Laos be preserved among men Fall th- purtpaFe God made a solemn covenant with them mmedlIJMy after bringln g then out lOt Egypt Webster defin a covenant to be a mutual ngreemomt made botwe n two or mare parttea In Exe1918 We hate a Direful ht- tocp pf UhIs very oovenacd made be 11115jthv propJet dlstincty says that this was the Covenant that God nlIJide with Israel wlhen he brought than out of Egypt He quotes tbe very word3 of the tmenant in Exe 19 and SJGS that- 1s wrbat Jdi Mild to then amen he mtdo the covenant Inl that covenant they promise to obey Gods voice and keep his covenant They heard Gods Yoko M he spoke to IAfterwnrdrwaa them with tke lJOd a long ttlme where the received L greetwrany instructions about various things He acme down from tIle mounWn baying written out in a back aU the abirI3 that the lord hod5PGJoon to thm IH- eridertio wrocds to Israel unt there again twosoiema promllo to obey what God Thad said orid stGnd- Uielr t Connor agr ement Ex 21 38 then l Ilxrea killed a beast and took the biepd crud ftrrinkied dt upon the nook saying tdett4t W3 the- r IfOd of the convetca wlatri Gd lays made wl1t thorn verseS Here then the oonvenant wus sealed and I pt1Ued That trJ was tae old e ren ant we Q1epa1t1ely told QY the OstJe Paulin Hob 9 1820 WjwIo- lupon netthcr the fjpt testament M1t- usode4mted witLout blOGlltor when Mcten i had spokoa ever rrkuept to all Uie- peoplaacwrddEg to the law ho 4v3kt- hise blood of whXS and cl gPlts wSttit water and scn et weal and b4sQ- Ptnll tJprlnklcd tcfh the lkok Md all tads peojilu Meyicg this Is the blood of the testamelll wAeh Oed hath en IjodIieldl unto you TJlS fettes thot- quenttom boyond oU dlftpute to at theI loki oomQnt white G d nnda witlt- aisarel is the one bcgun In Ex 19 1sII end din4Ied rand 1tJtifif In Ex 24 3 SIfIlhs we fdtd tGzd the lrfolt i old covennt nqs dooiClltE wlltI bioodtbut- tic ore mn Lfowtt1rtt tllld ton crm man nnJts wore ever ded mtoo rat trhJ bo dSNow tfSIt the ten commandments waere to part of the old ooventuatWoro not In that ooencmt we not t eJ rwurds written in the book Is evident from tau iol1oCfomC fDAtsCr rrJ1i tea eemmuacutents were nrf written Vt tfttime our it WCti aftaoj tbi tstile iot4 eaUed Motes pp inj the moontninto rcceku Uuetble 2 1ioes I1md not et received 11ec tern eoinntatttmanta in any shOpe Ue- aTuse after t5fos thud first come down ftbm the mountr n and road tae weed of tho lard to tobl people and had ol Ittitled24138 after this the lord said unto 1 dfore3Come up unto men the IDounta1ni ankh be there and I mill gate Uhee to- ble i or ttbne3 4a law And ascmatd- meutswflnlch I tmtvarlttenrVIttfaou moan teach thcsa Ex 24 12 Heu it wti91 loo nottcedtrct rite the old convenamt was cd1 Sfntsh4d nod tats fled mieMtc yet fnrtl qno cci3 Ct tae ten Oamina i ants tOIl11c lord t xll- LIith tbtne up into the mountcl an- rteeaivq I fro tuw wr1ttkn on fro luiowtq be theatenlpmnicxrdmerl 4 that ii might hell thonato Iftce- th This shnaa poMlllvely isms hAaSes df I 11nbt have the ten commandment a tpa ttIle 3 He was tlhesv WLth the Lord in the mountain forty WY9 W1Ui tort ndguts aroti f d not come duam with the ten commnndlOOn tdl tt u Cd of that tUne ea tIeICOI ied to Ex 3211 timAnew down the two Uabo3 cl tiae anoJ broke theil lIen the hed to pnepa7 a a 6eCOr1 sot cmd wxs there with the Lttird tile Serooo tlmedody days and fQi1ly 41lbi- Mbenxe he recessed a copy of Uhe tenl- 1comm1Jl peimmaontiy Hooce nether IMCatei LW ricses hats a copy of the ten eommandmeuta till negrl three unoabhs after tie oM covonamI IUS closed up eml finlslaed era too late to put the tea COl1ll1Ut- l1mentsioto tet ooveuant adtur It Ig ratified with blocd 4 Tho old OOeoSlt was tnado bet tween God and limet Bedaold tIe days come rays the Lord diet I aril tauIof3 no says one I thought tine new cove Want was made with the Gentiles NJ according to tile covenant tlCltI made Ewdlh stair Sateaa In the wy tilt I them by the trmd to bring too mY out or IIIe iQtd or Egyptwh1ich Covenant they brake rbihouh I a an hu band unto then eutd Uhe U iJI Jer 3132 It wu therefore a mutul covenant a oovenmmnt which twto pJl ties made But Iareel tad no trut in making tile ten oommandmente Ikd- mu thre without consulting thorn end they are exprelly declared tie be Gods commanded coven ati coy4epeI1OIII1 even ten xxrmatansitetnts aell he wrote them upon two taboo or stone Deut 413 5 Tire ofd rxivenatt was ftlrstD1lde at Sine Deut 523 But the tea axistepeefirmed to Jaoob for a law 1 Oron 161517 Deut 413 Ex 2412 6 The decn1cguev a complete covenant to end of itself clone Deut 413 It took nothLDg elsa toanaku tttuf covenant this is enade olcur ins Deut 5 Where we a rehearsal or the cam mJ11IIII1cniS and ct rue conch don we have the Jblowfg These watds tIe Lord spoke unto II your usseiwbly In the mount out or td mldlat of the tire of the cloud and of the thick dark neSS with a gTrolt voice arad lIe ad dad nu more And ke wrote th4m on- tO tJJbles of etorl Verge 22 but tike old covenant Included a good puny tdxigs tr1e taJDctuI1Y the p 85tbJQd etc Hob 9 110 G1a1s law us por feet The law of the Lord iS perteot IButIth tJJJw made no2ttng paract butI t1w brlnghg m of a better lope dId by the wirlcb we tJnw ulgh unto Gxl Heb 7 19I8 Whoa bite Jews tilled to perform their part cr the covenant that is broke the ooencIlt tint uaued that covenant But it does not erd a law tIJ brake It Yeu tray bruka a dew a- U G utaId times and to law Is just ns MDJ6 g as it was before In Ex 34 1032 we lave u covenant written by Jicsos In a bookIWhfC was not theJ ten commandments anti then we beta ono writer by God which was the ton commandments The tow covenant was cntlrQaedby the blood of Ohrkt on the cross and after Its oonflmoatJOn rA4Uang could ibe added tor ruu tIf s DrctiIQIiIl I spake after the marker of men hough it be tt mans oove cent Yet lot it be OJ1I firmed no mast dintnulierdh or addeth- theretoGaL 315 T1e oertest addvo cwtes of tkSt my lUOIeOOflOS tin IlYt go rock any fwvaVher IDoI1J tfae leiur roolon of Christ wtlth would be too lore by tiaras days to get yogr f1nE t day into tJhoa new OOOllOllt whlch sus- oorl9med by tore blGtd of OlJr1EJt on the cress for P2ul js gcrtd auJ amity EUIIIg toot afro l covcmaad ls ratified Uhgre Is no suoh titg as t1l1 ding to it Tao itite Too kkal to d get your Sunday lblxth In tee new mcnt to it you place it In the t13w cat etemtu r t haw been naUileki with tttobloed of ChrII t 6rou ate ul c1g unto It So your Sundcy Sabbath is a mlsnnar a usurper a laud oral a deceptive That we are now living under tue new covenant Is anode very lpalnbY the following beat Alai 9r thefby morns of deitfu fir the rejempt of tnnnsgvesedan that Toro under the f1r t testament or covenant tne n- s1hloh QJO rolled might recelvo the P iacntse of otoal 1nierIVitce lIeb 915 Dh cn aid Pie Lot I come to do trty tvtll 0 God He idltettt away the flintth t1n ru3y eutGbilEh tho safe end Heb iO9 AgcG4n pUll m boats itast made u tlE QI tnlntsters bftheIllat4trbtiti ldlIetlv put tits nrtt g1votiv life 2 Cor 38 Now let Christ testlty iror this is- tuy bland the new testament whi i- is shed for mnnyfur the remuelun of sins MUM 2628 Now I Would like to ask a few qttS- t stone and lot the fCrlp1Ur ClUSWef them What la a covenant A anutua0- y agreement or OOIl uct aiVn trequlres two psttlcs lt lonftt t make a ooV + ennntI- i 2 When w S ttte old or firEt t3eov enant maxis adUt Israel Jtrr 31323 Where was it made Deut G2 4 What t114 the Lord do at toot time Deut 54 5 What ird le speak rot of tile midst of the Ire Dent 413 6 Did tEe people Oct u part in 4txi kIng llux oovlncJlt oat Horeb the lord our God made a onrenamt with us untket8 Dldi Ged road the poaltio n rthre a mutual agreement or oontrOt at too mount In Iioreb God said to Matt Itc will obey my voice indad and keep my ooelJUnt- Dtnt 413 tlYen ye ttaJJ be e peculklr 1tTCUEUIet unto me Obte ni jkf72e These are tLo word wbU4t Ui1ou tAalt- spick unto tie chIkhen of lwnlCl Ex 1956 When llosee Laid tttEe words babe the PeOlle what did ttl y reply Vero 8 10 In taeto trotrEactkne did Gal and the people mutualiy make any agreement contsuct or catennnt Ex 243 Did they tFdreye the cotespxrt with laoud see Heb 91820 16 W1ll atlrcu ass the now covenant to be made Jet 3131 HaY Gld people since tho Ws of Clntt and the postles been Ulng under tile now ooveunt Hob 915 Who were taxi made ministem of tJ sew covenant 2 par 36 Dy wihat blood 4e the Nryw covenant dedicated Matt 2628 20 What pwitiom Is tile k w to oc cupy In tile now covenuct Jar 3133 21 What did the mooJtm of the now covenant say oorcernng ttd law of God 3futt 51718 22 Wbat are some of the better poet ides of tJe new ooveasr Heb 810 Now I think I have given you suftf cleat testimony on the CovelJJntl and lAw Yours tlar tlUtl1 To be wnSinued meat week May Musfc Festival Ranroo Martin ire brilliant young Kentucldan wl1oe QpIooJrlce at the baty Music Fetlval tad been the gg- wI for enfhutIsate outbursts all over the State end Upte Oily Framssad the wonderful wpraII Of the Metropo- lltan Opeun Company raVe attracted so much attertloo that the other dr tlsts wJ are to appear ct the usc- Feutivai o InusvllJd ny 6 7 and 8 have amot been lost Blg1t of Theis- stmadhig In the mu3 nI world lis sum however Utt they wk11 conk but n slide Gower than the pringipai3- Genmatne Sohurltzer regarded es ale tomlalce PWiJNskl is II1Jk- Irlg DIn Amenloan tour and thee Ln oluded the wulsiIle festlY8Jl in her bookings The ytOwJg Vlennene spas OS i all ite bnltliamce or exoomQa and the accuracy or intorpxetatiow that have noose th3 Pl Pb pianlot Scnuous and her work has boon 1ll lS supe- alherever Mize stay played 810 will- be heard ct tto Friday Matinee Ijyi- tho Albert Spalding the bung Am IIX- lvlolildst ciJ captured true appm it or EiiI1OpaD l111s w1 are pct prone to deal gently with Amerlonn aspirant- far musk mnoru llhough bacely- taetr yone he isnow raked as ore or vAa1irartk tvlcllnitts or the world He plays Ilkbyevening len there is tJre great qu irfet- ml4eh it with the Now York Sywr Ymontlime RloorIOwy is tlle 9prclr 011 Navau Vat der Veer tJe cntraflto- Reed mer Mlrtls Uhe tontm mutts artb- Gustaf Himqu1E1t the jams It is a tare comb at1on The Peahut Tariff The Protpettto TmIa policy gram In favor to the Suastctii tie def opwentOfJ uvoos teat may bg aJ ted by the camrDet ion of On31yn ucts and lmpor4abfons Ttts factIs U1mtroted by oho dannmsid Par JIt in otd 11irf rate on Petiwuts Mr L trta Dontcmt of Virginia uradk a a7kech in the Ucute the otter t1y ug lag an Incmmfu or the xardfd rluties re pOOItUta d rat n pawntl on then un tCutaletl to 1 boat eo pound on tae Cat11 ed nuL HO ooenptlwlaed tjai t1A I1- 1IrrtJoduct bf pelanuts ls to compete with pauper fOIEdgon abor tue Vcrgtt 11- rro11e of bin in pit ducirg ant gut stingoanuta betc g 60 cents a tizy The wo rda nnnuai pIboocMCII of uts is ooout 6000000000 bu htAs an- dtat rtP the UndVOO tat s Js about 15 000000 buzLtfa valued at about 10 000000 feD Scutesn States hty- eua produced 11964957 but cee at lw veitibtttys Utto Vdrgltlls anal toS- pagtsh ihetotyrut requitIng 30 paunch to tCll bushel and the loiter 22 The 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Jenkins MISd ReWecas butlerMe Henry HQlbrook Rebecca Luke a wJldew ladyMfsa Mnry Mark Katherine Roger her uleceMt Jennie Taylor be tclrlon Bryant Kathertnea irlenb Mlsa Arnie L Keown Patty Miss R6booc1s mildHlas Nora Wedding lnstrumentil Duets by Moses Mary and Alice Keown between acts GRADUATING LCERCISES MIRY 14 rlnNlrumenhl SoloMlss Marguet Nail Italian ObarusMI sea alegaeat alKeownI G Scihroeter It W King and E A Field he Address Mucvl Fib and Mtaat3 Hon Sydlymau Rlgg Qmo QuartetteMessrs Z Wayr- eCi by fn L D Walker E E Dlrkhetd and Dr J R Plrtle h IAwntrdirg of Muyor Jamea H wn 1211V Plro Dlttfonury by Col C rabane t- lnstrullentMDuotMlssea Mirga- Nall and btary Keown- P3eresntatlon ot Dlploanae- SpILwan Rlgg3 NORA LEONA WEDDING a ANNA EIJ1ZA KEOWNpfAThY EIIZAI LMVRENCElUTCHELL GARYtROY COLEMAN It lR1AJNK GRIFFIN FORl U1 NhOlass Motto Deeds Not s01tusi FACULTY AiresMRS ALICE Vice Pre BOAJtD OF EOUCATIOrf I I JUOOE J S GLENN PresJent WStrINSILEY Secretary drCROWE 1r1DIi1 BAIIYITIPIStiDLF1T0 F 41 The a intssion tees or the variou- eveniagsLara s o3folrawaj- lioni1 y vseulugFree to everybody Season ticket reserved seat not mns fsuu ba + iOC InTuesduevenlvgGeneral wdmisslo- 20c n oblurea under 12 years tu1nlttedI CldlZg1cIoJs mho rernaIned In school nntll- ea tire endot tie year still be admlUted tree J In ornupemy n1u their cbtnrres and their respective wCl1ell3f dVednesday eveaingRerarr lseats 2wGeleml OOmLsifon 20crfhlldrew un ddttr 12 yepty lOc 1ThUmty detodJ EveAugAGmletsioa fear IFrklu eveMcbReserved seat 60 arnlaJlrtr 3iit chiklren wader 12 yeah 20c N comPlkuantary tJckIJ w+ lllba issued to anybody Per fomrers will need ro tickets for Ore P evening a evenings ey appiUl onc lira program TIle wu be recognized t Ute Or ad conducted to s tsI ccessible to the tagetDoolt3 vt1 te open at 716 odJlOk every evening end tile cxercbe will tbegin promroty at 8 ocockr No onnbe admitted to tte hail dbite any olle is Performtrg It li utalr to ep part of tae lluJletct wllng hle o0ters are arriving th eorerexercises or sash eventing w1l1 be exactly on Hmep t1beeoIfeJ for mef lag the heavy expenses L N GRAYa ARNOLDtMay 6 McMtuk C kaab wife and r M A Cay atteades the Sundry Pleasanttan reyod J spiradid time hdilcgLlr Wb4te al1utEdayMrs cut Evans died it lprlIm101w 01Salturda1t1lr Eb4s ArrrisLion of Rev P wCPiturls is vtrry sick Mr T C Mchtson ta reported toItimproving slowr Mrs Sihla Keown of near WMte Run vlvfted our SunJay school 9tt1dJY- rrle n frost Saturday night ctaght alltlearly gttdens but be rout discouraged and plant aC1nirrob1CcO ptanta are neatly urge enuug for eetUng- Succes a tot the Bepubltcan CLEAR RUN May 5Rev it E Fwgta i3e0 his tere Saturday anw Sun wltii gnat attendance Rev FuQU1I3 tJuoug p1abUng corn Is the rrmarteat Satrorer la our negtb- orlrood l e suprire birthlhay tRnner gtvea Ohe chlnirea to Mr at1IIIlIt L C Hoover lost I1hurttuy nrs given to- onor cl bhelr fiftethh blthby- h Irge orml were present thooe from dbtJnCe ere JIr nd Dire tiYlllte- Cdrndllson and MISS Mary WorOx front Imettavlke raft and In ValkJr Stev ant Mr and lN David Allen mod a ttugi+er valrand Mrs Iige hoover anti dugtttENA ills dram and near- Beaver DaJtn MIa A T Hanley Ind lw aa1 there were 86 lU Te ort a deagstfutti ne Mw Lsie leaver is visiting ners to isd ct this wrltlQIg- IMr WCJlker Park returned to her ot Taylor MlnlS 1Jst FGFaY after- sbvartiidtrya visit to rekttiveabere- Ilatrt ItJ tlu wife od Mr Ub New com Jast soak n boy and to tae WIfe I- IQ dr Jrgar L rhlastaeek alioy Mr cad airs LC HoovlvCot w Beaver Dam Mbt bwirieea RAtFII J May 3The rainy weai1i fJ8eaus inf farmers much ttmtble itI lO 1 lands I Miss Doyle Greer was tho eet ot Miss PearItoward Saturday nigh AU the girls from here wenttlsp big atutday- McSsrs i C W M08elty andJ Patton attended church atWester field Sunday f- rhe music at Mr Edges Spturda night was fine Several attende- All report a pleasant time r- Yes sir we are going to join ljand for another year with our t- Iplat ball right We will meetSatur- day pr our first time this seasonrea- t dy to skin anything from a muSkrat an elephant Thos Hamilton ufto Wedding c Leslie Greer fb- Uobt Talor 1h Rouda Wad 2nb J W Hamilton 3rdb Lon OweD Jr rl James Hamilton ss George Wed ding cf 3 4 iSunday Schoolat A tburgDapt1st churcch tprogressing nicely ith J rIieownSuperintendent J D Roach null family were th guests bt Mir and Dira LAo Ralph t Yatnrday and Sunday reApected28th of old age + Her rcmaln veer laid to rest In the famUy buryo rounds She leaves several childre- pnd a host of friends to mourn loss Ronda Wade was slightly injure d Saturday mornIng wltlle rldln h cohoIt reared up anti fall badtwurd neither being serIously hurt J F Taylor went to Magan todda y on business I Mr T P Austlnwho has been con fined to his room for the past tourI weeks Is out ag0in ar Mr and Mrs F M Bean and Visa Dole Greer went to Dundee Ky Saturday sltoPlllng I Severn boys and girls from here- arngoing to the big show at0n eus bore 14th inst HOPEWELL tMsy 6Mies Henrietta V McDlnli died at ter Loma In Rxkpart Siturt dty t11ornllg flferICuDcml aanlces- corduotati by Rev Jarnlgsn her re were tIJltetoo in bte Hopewell burying grounds Sunday at two oc1oci m In the preEence of oJ large circle forruw+ hgfdendyan1teatives Her Aunt Mn Lucy Klrg and son air King oJ St Lus arrivedl only a moments true late for the ourhl MrGerDunus dnughterAlnierdied- at her hams In Rockport Sunday at oclork lIm after a llugerlagrll or consumption her remslny r interred In the Hop wel ylngr gtrurd annduy at 130 p m- ReaPnot tic r Pi1oents Sur Almeris at Rev Odrum filled hh regular ap ntanent It Pon Run Saturday but e 3JoIlYlntmeDt far Sunday wu coll pa on the ocoount ot the burtrl it ewa1- Lltbe Mite Lillian Graves is sick this writing Mr and MtIS Emerson Bennett are proud tjrent or Q tine bsby M IBaptistThe revival meeting nt the BaptIst hutch closed Sunday night There been 100 additions and profesS ot faith Flftyfour have bees to the Baptist church by Lat and baptism and 14 others are InfaUh Some wIll utilte Baptist churches elsewhere sad Jj1 wIll unite later Thirtytwo ot the Methodist Presbyterian sad faiths So far I do not think i have been a town where I have been mOte truly hated and more gennlnely loved a nut I have had the joy of seeing turned to the Lord and then understood tna better Prayer and tasting has had the seal ot hvIIplaced upon It In a miraculous way What has been done God has done It sad to Him be the gIOrf I appreciate exceedingly the hearty eooperatlon ot tile oUter chdcchea In The offering has been most gratifying My last service will be next Sundaynlght and I leave with a heart full ot gratitude that God sent Me to Hartford EvangellsL DAN RlCKA Williams Residence Burned The residence tiC Mr ThotIlJ8Wlle lame about 312 miles west of Hart ford was entirelY destroyed by tire tAertbedsClothing and II tGW other amalirgrti cles were sated but the balance was total toss amounting Innll to about JlrOO The hones was a frame attire lure sad wot4h about 31000 The loes Included 326 In cash which was Inthe building atthe time ot the flreThere wastno Insurance on any ot thetrop= artyThe fire caught In rather a curlous and unexpected moaner HousecleanI- nB Was golhg on and some etrdw had it been brought Into go Into a bedmat tress This straw was eftt mPr= on the floor la a small bedroom rtsofrJ tho bedrooms The + flamer began to thsfloor Pear tho straw In a moment the flame flashed upr The little girbwae lone In theroom WIth the door shut For tlmatcly atthattJllomont her rclgtlve rUlshed herand liegaaa search An JQgerIa Baldshe was In there 1fhe dOOIi was opcned and she was mIraculous touchedllt It was te Ia4asleep on bed A door was tried but It could not be opened and the babe waif rescued through a window Mrs WU Yams got slightly burned in trying to say property but fortunately there wQr no fatalities The fire anti lose tnllJl quite 1reiivl- y on hr and lhsWmlains la their declining 8 Sundaysihool News the ohio CounSuriday School As aneanal convention in Hattturd on July 22 and 23 Remember the date The folloaing nrejople ot th schools 1eorg for thp Lonee star Hickory Ridge Bar netts Creek CJ n Adahbur GroverNocreek nndmany others Probably more schools la opera tlon now than ever before fn our yearsEvery scholar should be to draw a map ot Palestine from memory JS explained In another column State Convention In Owe sboro probably In October HERBERTplayBruner filled his appointment here Saturday and ctrDd Mrs R M Miller enter talned at dinner Sunday 1lrs Frank Ohambers ot Hancock Co Sirs Wm Stewart and daughter Bulah Mases Clara Bream Polvtlle lIable Brown of Weber Mcble Moller furs Chrfs- tapher and Robert StUOOt WIll Bar ttey Gardner Mr Robert Holland and Miss 3L1ry H Weddicg WnitesriNe attended church here Sunday and took dinner with a11ss Dee Miller Mr and bars Oscar Nuckok1 atd tvo Children of lIace are the guests ot Mr Dave Duller ondfamilye- igeses Nana Rice antiBrunervi- sited f DHss Nary Chambers Sunday Miss Sallie Fotd had Q big patty Saturday j night LIIrs Elias McCarty Is sick Dirs ueem Hind of Owensboro Is visiting I2t J w Fon1s- dir Archie Milligan of KanlS will malts a crop wibhhIs uncle pairHoary- blilllgan bits year- Cdr end Mrs John Llydngston of- Vitltesvlle vIsited bits Wan Ford lasa SltndJy Mr and Mrs Orunt llldklU visited ttO fatally ot Wm GIvens Iiaaeavllle- labt A week Dir Arthur Burdett and s4atera0tsa- 3ryrtte attended chums nt PeltvileC SunllyCit MANOR A May 4EdJtor Rep bllcun I will atew wordS from this place The Sunday School Convention which met at bit Pleasant last Sunday waa YmYmkh enjoy erDblf all present- Ayn R31gsand A iea both dId Uieir bj t iuatioe brother Lrlwreage and 17mbry eIso made good talks a- lB C Las whom rwen mention of last week m no belle Mrs Arm Stewarbof Llnton od 1- 1a expected to arrive titers today for weeks Visit Mr Gtdy Annoy and wlte made a flying trip to Hartford yesterday they come back by Beaver Dun and took the show Mr J W Taylor of Beaver Dim veryIy few days ago d They are said to be exactly tublke every QarfJoular Joon rays tt will dltarnade him m the wuy ot wllk but M wool rot tike iL600 for tia pair Market lstrtlll good here eggs 19ets at this writing r IAtte1Vilplls wlil be abolished or consoll dnted with some otticr dtetrlctin com Uance with fho requlrerpente of the law Any subtllstrlct trustee or patron of anT ot these districts wlllhing to be heard relative to theIr flllpoalt1on will be given an opportunity on above date r RespectfullyJ aSOayTuesday knnwt amfong the old soldiers QSjRa1ly Day anda Was also the day tor fixing the penisfon pro for the oomlag qwr ter and the members ot Iretboo1Mbr tcefsf Ao AC J Ak A A- rj QUa i1gxr- J H Note the kinds of goods which We tadvertiseand try to induce 4you to buy If you iII take our advice which is jw upby years of study experience you cannot WroQg TtpJibI is pee i pie do notgivethe merchant their confidence If he tsthe right sort and you will trust h1m Usually you will profit j bYTettiigihim d etde for 1 his business to know H WeVet we are surprised ourselvesat sale we have on WARNERS RQSTPJtOOF and RED CORSETSTher I wearers are doing the 1 r e IS I j Get V y T up tor t2he benefit of all dd otdiers and especlatly the out of town mar hers of this post and all wdawe of old svldiersAid present tt1ort I apjen did tlmeeapeclally Uncle Louis Gunther who saId It made him feel young Those prevent were us too lowsJ A King Co B 42 Ky Cay H Doltibit 00 D 12 Ky O1v John BWr CaA 106111 Iatt Wt1113m Johnson Co E 48 Ilh lett Tiboutas Co F 26 Ky Init JWAarr D2G liy Inft Itrnkdn Wtlllame Co A 1T KY Ioft James AshI1ey Co Y7 Intl Goo W Bungesr Oo F17 Ky intt Y p h11enOo J 17 Patti Loma Ounther Co A 2dKylnftJp Vincent Co D TthKyC V SADen- njtt COMA 17th Ky Init John M- Di1shop Co O 17Kr Int Copt SK Co Co A i7thlnrt Wm11or= ids Cho A 17 Ky OW y 4t 13tQw rtco 5 itb Ky C Alert Grlie- byl6th Ky Intl Gq- Mrs lit J IIudsga Mr flhq Biair- rs J 4 Parc If CERALV9i May LMra Emma D Pulkerson Dr G L Ever4y sad iltlte iJCJIIIep- bE1vettly aemt to LorttgvlDletast SJI1IIMY- Roew John M BurdeneiiW Iota regu tar appointment here JPr11y ulght 1r ra Cltoo XImlllr and Chreeosal ret 13evhn aisatedieada Grad rela tJvesherelaat week Rev John bL BuSdertl lust Sunday balptlsOOnlIM oamdiCUOes for membership rtothe117n8 SteJr church MPs Fna Garrett went oo IJouIsvU1e lost Greek roc visit her sieber Mn Price- 3alkuwa olr Bert Barnard OOd lftt Inrmma lust oonditian la not improving DUNDEE aprotnrolMay3RevOorOOn begun ed meotlng M tlyds Placast 9umray week whIch has hen ldrgely attend ed There heae been flea Pmfesaioaa rope to be more More tIdameat Ing ShnU close Sunday sobCgOat bola pbice Is pro greasing nicely adih Sins DukeSuPt Mr Oatirrmbue lhig secretary UssFroni King of Hatibrd ds tho guest of 3rer nn00ier 1flrafbiu leg at th1s wrltilni- Mdsa Velarla rr1911 aria biroguest of her unaef M rr Iiaarlstra Ocdar advertising for us always a good word for these brands of Corsets They surely have merit New Have arrivedEnough said Everyman who cares for his dress knows that CLUETT PEABODY Shirts and superiorPLAITED tW17POOowviseI Depend on IiBarnard HARTFORD KY lastIhostieanslckfor SuipdaytAir Cluettst Co Grove neghbonhood spent Saturday night and Sunihy with Mr Felx drld Carl BrownIair HearyPirtle and Mrs Belie Ta- tor near Hartrod vdsitad their slater Mrs Paris McDowell Sutday It Js quite strange hhyt Mr i0r son ShrtnO gnoover to Mr Alac Harrison ever unduy c ternnon eat it The recent rain was quite a tback to trhe farmers as some was about ready to plant sawn cornIMr Marvin Drown spent Saturday night with his Cousins bfr Felix wnd Carl Drown Ml COOt1Jey B91dM lie Jed4o lrnrrbe viorl rtrttn lhu fQ the 111J1rob3l I tvo Health dsYepyr gqq in this q qi- ty at present W IG A GtIII WHUI Goae Miss Henrietta V McDaniel died at hoe home in Rockportt Ky ut 1130 P m April 30 1909 from u oom i cation or ailments tchnt had omIaOOd her tor several years Her rot fns were laid to rest beside her mother In Hopewelt Cemetery at noon 8untday- May ulOar tiinmaA rv1c fyReN J N Jeraein followed by tlve beau ttful briclof tile RocvOt1t chap of order of the Tsbom Star M1 Henrtetta wins a OODSi6tent and devoted member ot the Baptist church for more than forty yea sand her chvistlan la lueaCe has not 1iY been but w 1L be NIt for goal fandl the future iby those wltb whom she came In early life waif spent contactJer the county schools and in tbat Cl8 In pb1tbin idevotiontodutyefforts 1 r tteygtlgmttoherthe great beyond only a abort while 01cpainfellag and tender and worthy the emula haittylovetrod keep her isuored in the memo 1Oall who knew tier Her life work is ended Her course neJesusYhileaeana J1vGto5eoommonde he tulllllsentofr wJ 1 rr t 1 I k I vLf c 1 ib as I I r xwN t t1- n f e t a iI 4 i- a 4v t qtr4i s e l i e y v 5- i h- k a