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arcCtma ot dymtlslnlg ogttatter Wlfeli about t41edv e ied I- ftxld tot ttuhl3 piCture in Wi tin I adwertfgpanbnt to Mcij t Ji161 n the a2Urmiative I has only baaAwe Fran nvhito goG evlW1re but sent Jim4j bW of the diera to thetrclibe fpateatmeth oine cut8t1dI Ught out Qa gOOd oi Sarmuw who 1gd bee n cured of Catarah yperuni trf qeothRr panacenatIraetit ltn nti a 3-i able 1lkeneesloQ theigriiutflihhheaierrheaier Whether miyiod Musidcventure m ny to grief or u 1eveMng the health tot the nations I do lDot knOw but I db know thud the lf rJ1 dxtors mhnoles must berxne a shadowy lt1rI5Ce100 bebre th13- DtupeQJdIous eyutent that noires ev man the waster o his owra myladies Yours for lae4h J H THOMAS TRAIN WILL SOON- B 1fc lNH RTFORD iTrackf Within Four Miles of I Town 1BbfiorA7 Q1btft 1Euud of tMs poper thu trn4 of ttne M H 8 E wJo1r1ia bid Wnto the town JIwntft e toed Line bea obeolpfieted to mtha1 jeworklarge force or men Hartford rwI1 made htndquutcs for Vint ttwk laying gungfor aevernl dbysof nt lets t ultll Centmtown hag been IILChJ The boariitg curs w1 be side tral k- ed here and they are nuniarotia euoug to llCCommote about 100 men mh e sues also win he IShippoo out f here Por sometime Tie wllible or the loOcm1Oth wa1l ta muac to the wm ofiHILt1torfJ people who havb eo long anxiously aanited tte bon4lng C1t the Iron horse Narioue enterprise are matemplated nu with little sIst xa rom the dtaets bf Hmtord she adllbe abe Itoinduce quite n number ox nsnnufaeturtpg plaints tla came to ouroity Whldh dunnisheeunr- nsuad dhciiIile3 for mwrnu latnt- lpi is as me mat only IowhoV aplerld nxvaglble PbUt a ssi rond as well PatfJIWte m taw- htt4reeek looking out 4 JoCitta a- a aachlne repair fop whpe sotn other goat elm were pro3pc fd- a c air lagtary sight Our iftlzene- ahbudaxtet nairrVtt g 1uttUto wa pie JOt tae kind amidllot 7 b pq- Or lnnd bhvW cause m to seek ottra wOalitdlu We need ahctdCles- 1b attcd hem aufndtUt toealtpfmy 600 men and tfaere 1a ro rhascan why we adwltibd timtoreudbWAor tmnrarrtaatu i3rgg L1 lttndaSof funittre opakes hubs uts title t- e J oIq1 Amongthe req oJIa- antt1dLOO e 0 75 Ff1i7 Sf- t5tldtgs Fegiylar meetfngkfib tuf1S aig nd1YfL WctIb m mberirihb batbut tot enough td put 011 idle- tN3ddts nbdrllea rt3rkbatevelst t- tetetbog thit t twW1 e e qi b ve became 1JI4U1 mssu Verlie xo 11axn- dofatlhits lindttngk t4 9rA p5Ttreeddyleve nice- uyr s- Ilttt r 1rfoaiaR Mf neat enhrg Mlilc t tip aba- rlulloilkr ousts Awlbl beds It tVe deeorntiDdct y the f 7 q at grid ne- celsdry J fi tit0ptdd ti I t It lj Ji l w I i lEFT TO DIE IN YHALF SUNKEN BOAT Was Jesse Keys After He Had Been Stabb dFive Times in Breast- e Oupotd Ky Moi 11stb I- j lrvttmes in the breast amdieft- dle9a io n lrndt eunken boot wad k- trngid end otdese ys eI proID1 neat rnddront of- wthtSbue Sunda y morning WEi ant 1nun- der etgvst at Iiartdiasb irguharg d- w1 the cmmelil1ibtohtII Stilt rn c000000Dfs alco Iti jaHOt kidroar burg eranit ng as 4nvee rt1on h- ad4cers y The garcasrsjury Iotum dd dentlh VOq A1QOmokeJ At + tmining trial 1J1l beheldan WtdeJ m0r01ug- t rb4thr ee paro ooM1Yoon- I n to CIoverpcxtktt In deys gnsat4je boot early BuAdety Qm1ng- t for nceiton to spend tie day on a1 outing On their return rtJrouble re suited between than just blow Ster4 rattle trading watch nesutsj in the Ililidag Tore bicOtackens bare glvon q t no stabomant of ue ulffalr Wit1 blky kfD abler returning to e phonoil t the liUiIroad shops for Dr SmunQni etatlogroot KtJ1t M va badly hurt 1Id zoos A3 the aiver Sob 3fbOraekenl teeptattt tolIrsyKays inqulrhrg l her husbntrl had returned home Will Pate amain panted Iby Dr Smmoot143 secured gasoUce beat and went Ib search the wounded man Astor a long search On the bath Or tote river the boat waa crated Keys died a few minutes t tar tOO pbysicEun sceo +l his side The hotf sunken boot containing tho body Of eye wr3 takel w io- VriJOrt ln ding oast eater tiro body wan rotnIQVEI1 to tttresidemce ot the denG3 mans write FOOtIng iw Cower port it vybWJr over the oirLATER lrJiroe wftneteesmve been touldto the killing of Jed Keys to whgse murder WUcml std Seb McCrackon ale in jolt- iWilife Sutter went to the ortloetU and vwlunteeresl a tuteaieat Hoeia9 In a skit a ahcct ddsdraoe from the boot upWJ Iby to Incmckens and Keys W1en the troubJioccu red A boa time 1athr a st1temtt zoos se cured from Irn Bedoe and wifewhb were also an the dyer ILt the time ot the difficu ty atdwere near eooug Kaysramto we what oocurreL but not to heir accurately m bat was said tithe lIlWaunts given Ib1 the thrree wlit1essea agree in mmost every pore tioriLar Ttley lay tint they heurd hfomrCmokens groPIW wibb Keys and Ulmow Mn ovwbooJrd Keys climbd back oato the boast bettmg the bc Cracketd cs he did so not to JeUI hm He ails agate pushed over- abcunlr and a second time climbed bank the MCwckons resting l he- itruggbe lids EO voenlt that the boat partQaflyswncnpedr After Keys climbed oats the beat the oodltdmeUte tIdtueweado not lonowtlCCUrate11 what DocutQed but 4hay saw thb three men eSUI struggling ondttie 1lkeo1y that t- Stab1JDg Occurredtrshottly nflter Keys regainedthededc SutterandBodoe and l1is wive supo9aitbnt tts dXhoux- W amore drunloentbcdwl4aGJ thought little 0 ituntil they 3emrneS- itbat Keyawaq 1d L4taMsg 91 = pnaele9pttSBns big Ty n p iMr1 Royal it7J3a1zetowUhw- sl d bUd 1 1Srio1 1 JII EY4wd tJvt RilegrieatsotriteVi Gl =9ba rtiJL Dfa1larntty i3ttarda- ygidtgdi ay I 1 bi Etbe1 alH1WitiaielbatnS whr 4terettj iflk3r ClrB+ t1i aalvool td t tsveardng Wit idFfi1lfkdli Letesneiislfadrelatlvea- Ia t Rodtso faetstreek rdli e 3t I Groaddeqand bbll- Tf of teal vltare t LOfI CrotdtfJ AbroCtierf err Ct tSundegyi + SayietAl Lrbagr th a pees 4ten4Wd- Bardaa sioTao4lathllt 1opbiba 14 rMrJalCtedgnsrtteadedoZWcgr EeRpr Id8fril J eAxrrsntSri I Sr TAft STRICKEN PNJPRt8IUENTS YACHT Mistress of Whl eHouse Taken 111 on Way to MounfYernoB 1 and Is Hurried Back rh jasi1ngt n tiny 1T airs T t 6u erlig feat j1 ellghtstervous br3 is- duvgn was taken i1l tpday Rihfl o- hor l way Crmn torte city to ninon Vernon on t10 ytcbltiiJpb oiih jarty ai rends andJ 1ui hursiedibac JO trhe White Iiou + tUhas said at t W1iteHouse Uo bb3tthe s co cruse Mr sad that bf 1 rot ptobitr d1YsBfiieJUB theliP tentTnftjhimti tonlgoitpre paned the toUowtag netlt In re cooillUoli+ bItt arvpue atbrkII1entteue eahe eye air thtYtat svecinll6it Ws mQrJi dug 1w1ere Cttuader went tf bllghtbpetatloa on his thoot Sh- wnslwith Mn for several hoardI IShe ten stLrte willi ttl Presl dent mid a small panty of fdera oa too Sylph for Mount Verrroa Zha ox cltemoat heat and exertion were too mrnah Sot sirs Tatts rervel and the pea was obliged to turn back before redehtag Aexa2dria- Dirs Taft win J quickly rtrred to dayora t- 1tN Tact stay be able to resume her soolf1 datfe Dr Detaaey cis in at teni a MI3Mcore Mrs Tufts sister dcted as hoatea3 at the offlcb- ld1nnwt t e White HJUoe tonight rs1tiiihea Tsgbaby wlU not- tntejfere with the Pre3idvnts trip to welJSbUlIg Va1Ild Oharla5te N C on elneEdsy ttdTIuEday of bh- iweebui s sirs TaCt w1U not be able to awornpany rn Brie hJd a tjjJdecidedaster voh1t1ug the ioiplt1J thH marnlngoclantva tile trip n5 tJ1a- fet tnt she shou d rectotn here worth ter son The pparntlon peroreedon Oaewas notatp ssttoua nature nnd b- wtil be token tontnrrz 1 to toe White House FOR THE BUSY READER Mrs rluda Qulseberry v11e of Henry Qulfenbt1oY one Ot Qtostgom ery oU1ltya ntcet prominent citizens oommitbed suicide by cutting her throw wJth a razor She vow temporarily in5e room mnc3s 11 A qumol over a division fence bottnea two Loans near Richmond Ind resulted in the killing Or Alexander Meek and Richmond Meektath etc aL 1 ralthowouadJngafFaunk- ltaisbudc Sr std Frank Rallstltok- Jr L1et Gen S oersel aw Roar Ad miN Nebog oM Pave been relented from confinement in the fortress ot- St Paten and St Piulby order of Emperor Nlchoww of RU33n The health ofbth Mett1ba boon gravely affected hq taelr conflrftn Com1ioolth Attoreey Goner- of Mcunt Sthitdrg tsar sued the IIue grass Seed Compemy und siX aitlzon- ot+ that JOOtf ti far 1G000 euclixnnd- CQtIt ohacgfntthemwlfhfoie illriga- trust to cndt rolthe prdoe1U1dweot- KentuclQ bilregraor geed oIiiVI ad the State aintiJnw r NumerousiappaetmesatLto Federal ottke3W rn malteTsfesrlsy my tie PreSident kllode a Ui8Iarwnu 1ICoo1111 gtoittrima 11 M New YOikIi WliamSWasbblHSr- Clvn Soi v1oe Coml1ll1aner and Wale telE Clark fur Governor or Mssk- dtxtg neao the moat imporbmt if t AS o E AttorneylDead- 4rlib cc xn argoJtEivas tedd byu1 Tusedsy ta 1 1 JIndlana11s1rn t May 18J 190- 9ribC mt Dencprtt Hertford Ky- gp di t3a oot Oanerttl QoUn5el tiled 09tItagoatwrX1D sDt KtJUl abler Cgtso7 uhUtDr the tom years Idea i lietit counsel ex lra o nay forth Notlohal Hen irztoaa- afi the meifeatr BodLrtyctad4nk7fN- In hlat Q buf tieen pQ- 1Irol stt gta1hhErorganlzdUfan and the i ner lavV MmweJ1 = end Oft I I 1y a lenxned to love cttd respect him per sontdly and profea orally Mr C2ar son Is oneof the ablest attorneys Ut- the Indlatardls plu andw3sd tian gent m JUe tcOk gte1t terest in the PrCgfeE5 or the AS E and render tmuublo asstsutnc- in e many ways outside ct hhs UJty oe counsel fbtl tl assockattiina Hts loss will bereabyCeit by thosewlr are I i charge at Headquarters Eby th 0e city of IndMapol4S ud in feat ent1n stato of Ji41n1 as he WaB widely lrao rnae an orttonney tJd speaker He was ac mom poay9sl- with 6d blghId d nntL l had the re spent of allwLqIpnavy n1m kPeace w s nbYess oUToh tiny 19SqvoLl hem Otooat FridaySyMpltoHatmotd3lunday Llr George Arnold and wife Ow oosooro atg srendiag the week the guests ot Gorge W Daoiel Several young pvope oai tmaking a trip to HadLotd the teachers exuminatlon Mayall by suoaettul- Dirs NeUe Hail and daughter reisae olOmton 3rJls Ky are spend lag the week with the formers moth faeSharps saw mill ww wovetil- Uawa noor lat week Dir Stan H Payton weft to Ord Cod Ky 1nt week where he ha- siltfon II with ood Bros- L N WILL PLACE- AUTOMATIG SIGNALS Between Henderson and Evansville Two Months Requlred t To Complete Work t A di9pntdh from Evaasvtl to In- tIroyst1ef Stgsal Englneer C J Cannon of too L and N rairrrud Ihais been I n the city perloot11g Jill rrrtarS for the MetMH1g ot the Scrod dive ton or themW beturaen iiee as- Hardorsaa end within two flUnth3 from nOW the elect ical automat bboCk signal apparatus whi h wl1 do with the pro ent m iuot of frtn1- Phoc slgonl ngsystem and effettfvel- do the work of twelve employes now operating under the proflort arrang meat It xdll nuro wry muo1 faetlf ate the quick dbIAltch of traffic over tMs port ref tbe Une TOe blc0k9 wUi be laid out a tulle apart and atcatged so that when a train wI1 carter any one of them red and white 1ghts placed ut each era of the Work n mile apart wm indicate her positiion and effectively pro toot her ThIs Will be L great advantage especially on to single tine between Howell amt HeaderrsOa ne the traffic there Is very donne In the afternoon and ewnlng One mss a maintainer wtoEs duty Is to at tend to the batteries and the light j all that ofs needed to ogre for the system Virgil Mills in Trouble Bowling Green Ky May 17 Virgil Mlls vU5 arrestedere today on a waorstnt clwrgtng Gim with kltitng Olaroaoe Poster In this city Saturday mtgtit Another warent churgos him with mtdclCusIYl cutting and wounding Henry Griffith 3rUIs Is orlginaly from Ohio oouaty tad baa been to tbls 1QUaDl only a- few weeks i 1 ARNOLD May 16Th arealI tipsy sot flag tobooo bore is about all ptaut edkHeJJlbh is fairly good In this coon m T S YS4co1is prG6j 1iglctpT Ciette 3atph 1itrgll19upprlnteadaat x u 1 tt 1m 3Lw1 dayschoolpt 2 Oprim Mr tl ra1IdM1 I Flafazt ozte illnhVIAgokr a adat- is I t f IIU vu Duvall Eptgtrlee Jndi Is- Yt8ingafalenand relDtdves nttfds pl4tt9r cS yr IJ x r rt Rt pauglertyamf wit iBwockt 1i3 PrrTrJli 8 and wife Sun rhyttt- lc otDd Aden dlet MIlT l th- fitltl 1 11eo1 hor ran T ILAOle- niii rburkxt Sunday p prtryloBgfxundsa MyT C Amobd9oa +whg Yo aC jc 11 bettW4teviodIA 4 tal1 01 l A H r It- Y 1J 4 ROBBERS STEAL rtTRAINof Uncouple Engine and Mail Car From Coaches Looting Done Reverse Throttll1 and EscapePassengers Injured Spokane Nash 3fsy 1GIn h holdup of the Great Northern passeu gee train No 3 bat OOl Gaiter and Mead shortly before midnight last Wit twelve personS were injured settulobyIthe baudlts after they bad rifted the mails collided with the rematcrdug cats or the tra1n The IOOnd1tl de ttwhe i tie engine and mall air trorn the tro11uU11 them down the traokn considerable distance and them utter the reglo31te ed mail Juuj been spend they cant the engine back to collide with the 03Jrs standing on thM tarok The conductor saw the wiLl airs coming town the track nt a tutu or- t entyIive ntikee nn hour whPn the were a short dtttnnce awry and ho and one or the ttnlumen placed u tie on the track la an aOCort to stop the4r wild flight The engine and car wero party stopped by this n11JD but plunged into the ccueb Tbere was loud cre h and the passengers Wyv Ow om their seats meat Oft the thebrokenWhy the train readrol Colbert lQI1eswttchl1g Kati to be leas WIMe Oheoaglne crew was busy ot this work thoIcab and thrusting u revolver b111lertiryenglaeer HullcabryedTlte mr wascou pled onto Ube rein and pu1eri outAf stopYromtaa mece leave the cabJm0 of the robbers then went to then dir of the nutfl 00 and oatler ed It opened TheIr ronIIJ1d was oooyEU by Denjalnin F Stumps the mail clerk Meuawhile the otherbuv- dits were w th the engineer and firre man who were UuouUng the mast- car aid the locomotive Soon after the trun staprfd the conductor C L Robertson jumped tram the oar but W18 driven back by n dOzen revolver shots Hastily ollmbitg Into the cab the outawn sent the englaehurrying down whe trackhow fur is Ut known As scow as the conductor wars aware that there was a hodulJ ke ordered a btakaman to tie rear or the train to prevent Q collisroa and illl uu other brakorrran cut in the telegraph wire to send word to SpJknZ1t AttJrd member of the train crow wza Curried to the sUonwith the cOWS About ahalf hour after the engine and mall oar hid dlmppeurj they wore soon conning down the track amt hurried proparutane were mtade to ditch the runaways but without oom pete success- Two special trolnlccl of depptlec wore hurried loom Spokane whel the woti pt the holdup WM raxElvod- Docboa also mere taken out on the gbiefRya4sso surrppnded all therot1dal- oadrng toward Silokane Io 1f ce p1- tIz robbers nayaLair 1o1tt Cs tkTap9ltOdtt tChre bodlts otJt wta tWe irl IdwuakalRwopeylroas6lea r te d tnatLtbe anteuat bel a w tied ott42000bclhebnn habflltsrtd3rl0v bttt desctbednto2FQ4ri1 It l1 weiJIpg J Opoun1 lade lW1iDlaloo cu t- aMMrS yamsoMor alta i ewidosrilya s- as erpariemad engineer the notbSt t a man brntt qve feet nine 4ttdns t1aM1lj a- anC relghingabout 171JcUDdS t br- 1Aa Ettey entire thq x bathe tnU nlea1d rte the wglnoor You hovotJ w- eaadptf ua ieforer1 rtutlhBttbe ird bpan invoivodQn pthea stmaa L I a flan q 1dUpil in We skofrity at kat4wltlitmthe ht sw moii rr t W1 + Bfnitnor ar- plgrq edyusydajuteitIid 1 ttae- 4tWj qVfOa lJay1 wd Bpqf8 3 D Lrtr fiJ94- V J r1 lJ a- A t i r r fi f It d t PIrIIEIi1fifi o b n t r GRANDPIANO CONTEST 1t 1 I HiLCLOSES r I r r t SATURDAY MAY 23TL- ap On and after Monday May 23 the ballot box will be kept at the Bank of Hartford where contestants can de posit the money they collect instead of procuring vote ballots The grand prize is within the reach of several 4 contestants and the one who puts forth the most strenuous effort during the closing days will win VJr r rIt rU r nInvV nor k SENATOR WILLIAM RADLEYI+ Asks Protection for Hemp Growers of Kentucky His Maiden Speech Was Worthy of The Great Commenwealth He Represents A strong plei for the exteartro of the protective miff FyEent to Juv eras made by sDtor Croy in She Senate a tow diy ago He declared that with the iirtteoAve policy co1 orlng products of Otis St te Kentucky would be safely RrubXcvn In tie fu ture as MMMchimO3 has been in the patj Qlve us fair protection Sa Kentucky ed S aator Bradley ficicg tin IlojiubJfcajw c the SenHte u1 I iiraailw you tit in a short wHe U ftban bfrfniM ia certatary Jlapubllo aa SH tte gent Sate of MoshJfltu a1r Mr r ndly declared that uatew the jute indurtry on which he ueket u iotoUve twit of one aad one liaftf owta a pOUnd was pcxiiuu l it it xikl in ennfbtbWI It has been d non trated by uctu rt erge1eOe In tbe lam five ynn Ne4d Mr Bradley that hemp may be fcucceafully grown in Ponns 4vanla In iKam 1ioon4ln MtoMgan Minneso tc Kneau and we art ioforrrwd b high amt uwiuvtlimJ a outti rtty Oh it may be Buoce Cuy grown in Mtne Btxme Rolls unymtcy to the tA5lHl s ippl mBey 14 well ens srany pints dong the racic wut hi fact in a2 fJnott ovarY Siita In the Unk n PICTUHE3 OF 1 1 Hill FIELDS lie exir1Wtad ta te Sjnate po tOBmpfcn cf banvp iiexte In Kentucky Af ooc n1 Indd na cad PeniwjlranJe Formerly he sold hemp wa largely coimnorcWly gr iwn In Virginia Ken tucky and dl4rwcur4 but for tho Jnst tea yoon k bun been groVn conrrncsolaHy oaly In Kentucky J Nebraska and California the a A grouter part A 4t fcaylag boon growa In Kentucky Ho explain 4 ed ttio ufcw to watch ATOCclcan Iwmp r wore put itno twlsw of great strength CB well as Jieavy cordage benig made from It FtTrtlJB lust two yeare te mid the Navy Depirtmiont has O7n sunned nearly 20 per cert of the en tire production of dJuMelre sed pAt one time he o nanuedthere- way do tto United 9atea 3311O01a- veteI1nhempmanufaturemord tihaa I 6000 bonds ccnp jyod at a yeuifly wage of nearly 1200000 and 417 mils in operation 159 of which were In Kent tucky fifty In New York and 208 r more throughout tlio country There wero the tram 75000 to 80000 tons raise snob year wfolcrJ if now raised would be worth mare than 10000000to POINTS OUT DIFFERENCE w But now there are only 28 mllsj j I k F 1p ir te tied Spates two of who are la Kentucky ad auk of which t j a Urge extit ire manufacturing foreign fibre and te present tonnig- of temp is oay abut 8000 tons an the who once found renUJr labor frxn that source lava been as polled to Imtk las reaumeraUve em payment elsewhere Tte mills have rotted down so ttat In most tasbxrc Lore Is not even a veetage remain Irg to point to their former prosperity It Is true that at one period the t uncertainty and great cet of labs contributed to the venous injury o this industry for It must be reiuem birsJ that our laborers toave been pal 1- sa average wage of 150 pw day wail those la Iiiia have obtankd but five seats a day Tie spirH thottas prevail In the Republican pitty In prfwtlng otter branches of irxiu ry frrstn pau peUnellto trugIgltec wtici tie hemp Industry wjuWl toay IH extinct the United S5 ei It occurs to cne tSwt Shu giving of I protection to tie irinuactur o Jute and at the saute tin 3 deayltig pnXfeCtton to ctP producer of hemp who 1s brought directly i t competition with the producer Jut lS a travcwtry oa UbH doctrine oC protection It la indeed a shtwrraul Injustice to pro tect one tnt C wate another permitted to feogus1 and die awl not only unTh pubsoin but uaAnwr lean Let us leave prrrteolton tobstti ogees or prowjloa to neither I JUTE IMPORTATIONS- The value of Jtrte ad Jut J menuI facturers imported in 1904 wK f20 190t3 words in fou years tt se tropaxa tfcos increosod ae the aiacnUng we of 70 per cent Thus it is that 34 r 000000 ttat houd tave been ktvt el home invested IB tome producte af fohHng oe pJo niwt to Aht + can to borers tris bwn Irt to foreign lamds mot of whJch bs goee into tte lack- eta of foreign Jraoufacturers or pro duc m viba Xve by trentlDg t qre who labor for them more unkindly than they treat the bit of the deal tJr1Ifit would Increcfe tho price or sacks big burlaps and bagging neoiiaary to the cotton growers of the Soutft and fh e wool and galn producers of the coun try If this be true then to Cho1lp- mth further wedhould admit Jute man uJacturea Jeo but It Is not true Referring to political ooctKtfons In the South at the cbs of the CIvil War he recounted the eforts asd dlfiicultles or Ropubikans cf Kentucky In their struggle for State cipltol Now during all then struggles he said the Republicans of Kentucky have received ojcnpiratively Ue aid or comfort from their brethren In Ihe North We tornpWn not of thit tact today but we do complain bceausj our people have not been given Justice la togtolitlca to wilclv th were entitled And I may ray in this connection thai notcoiy the people of my Store but tie reople of nearly all the VJ cdare States hAvo been de I a J nisi the Justice to wfclch they ae entitled IN LINCOLN AND CLAYS NAME eiI plead for Kentucky In the name i of the Greit Harry of the West wio as much to engruft the doctrine eldidprotection among national policies any outer American eate aia I j plead tat Kentucky In the name off that greatest and best of all her aces I and of all Americans whose blndrresa I of heart and gentleness of nature com j blned with splendid courage tend une j qual Etatesmanf hip won for tin tae- f Wynn exalted place In oil the roWag i yenta of time the immorOiI LncoOn lad I psad ant only for Ke1tuky but for the whole South Newly half a century has passed since the echo of the last ihoatto Tan tea died in sljenoe Nearly toofti a century tas elapsed since too sjltJlers of both armies returnee to their horses and miaglod back Onto civil JKe toe one eluted with victory and hope the other ninrsttin despair hatiang lost all save the proud reflection tott Iftey Lid shown their wSWingaiesj tr bci beleveIj Despite airpetbag ruse actfah Was Cia disgrace and wfcioh thank Juwven never prevail d In Kentucky des I pKe We dar atAt on of war die slave doItldy dev ViplTjg possibly than any oth er s tloa of the JiJ Every Total Amflcin on dtder fddu of tie strug ofisthe naara c Americans C we da nIt glorlealofjue natas nag ITHE SOUTHS NEEDS i I pGd todiy for dire LOx cg out irjofall IJres In legislation for the harmonlzlg oJ aa tt torts for tre eementtag together by the ties of i commeic al interest brotherly Jove i and 8Coctksn all the psjpja Our great art goed President is patriot QnITeoogn4zeey 8art sd of thin Unton His exam pie itouJd be omu iad ant followed by all Tiho South reeds prt tect4n on her lumber coil lion rxlB turpentine fur spar fctnip tobacco twd otlher justletif we desire to bund up te RopubWca rirty do the south Irt us show that we are willing to bulM up toe Aater eats of that seAloa JLfet the North Ui Sautti the Rut the We ttooand BC6 be ptS tected oa they are etiUtfedi to be ipro r tented and due cation which fa now tile grandest on earth will move lor ward with Increasing energy attain- hg a degree of prosperity and pow r of which we hove cot area dream eJ I rt Iotbut all get quick nellbf aril I pyilfJrnervous bcodotihea They makeJurB blood an J strong InCZW and bu f alUdru8g1kr IVr 1 Jt 1 I PUBLIC PRINTER- BEING OVERPAID j State Gets Back Over 1450 Wrongfully Collected State Examiner Finds That Too Much Money Was Paid for Record Books afore Democratic oarolesroeesi It not criminality hoa ibeea uncovered by State Inspector and Examiner H M Thatcher end as a result 1450 has been returned to tie depleted State Treasury and a claim of over 4300 I against tie State has been withdrawn and csncoed These items became a part of the executive records recently tea air Thatcher filed with Gov WUisoai hia report of an Investigation of the print ing accounts paid by the State to James E Hughes of Lexington for men y Public Pinter for ascoadclass printing covering the period from Jul 1 1906 to Jauuary 1 1909 The Investigation which covered several weeks shows up Mr Hughej I In an unenviable tight as Public Print 1tened has beca conduotevi In the loosest I manner pojetble Sir Thatcher cIatm I 01tMsup the tcorkcd lacompc orcy oT J W j Heddea Site Superintendent of Pub lie Platlng and plates him In a po i sltlon cf embarraaiOJent whloh he will I find It hard to wriggle cut of according to members of tho Stato Board of Printing Commissioners SId another meaiber of tto Commission If ctr there was cause to separate a public officer from his duo j ties wo have It In tha cow of J W jlDITthe State for record bcoks whloh are I ordered and used by Circuit and Coua ty Clarka over the State ad Mr 1 Thatcher has found that Hughes charged for a greater number of pagea In those books than were actually I furnItbed alto tor boos which the CJerkj claim they did nct order or re- ceivef and for dniirimcrabla extras In the way cf binding and ruling Hughes contract with the State ova up on July X last but by agreement with the Board of Printing Oananls toaera be contlued under the term ot hia orlgkol contract until Januay 1 warn bids were taken for a new 11ttJ1cr r these Improper ohrfrgea agalaet tbe1 throughoutHughesI The chief twit appears to lo with Mr Heddan the SupePhntendieirt of Public Printing through whOSe Bands lj 9 3 all vouchers for this work passed and who aproved all of Hugies bills before they were pawl upon finally fay the Panting Commissloers- lu his report 31r Thatcher hd this to say regarding Mr Heddea TIe facts in this investigation frhow that the Superintendent of Public has not performed his duty In ertl to these aocourrtsotterwlse ho coold have preventedthe payment of th Improper claims He could teaslly hay e prevented their payment Roe State pays balm 1500 a year to protect Its interest In relation to there yet he approved all of these impro and unlawful items and they paid u Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Loral Applications as tfaey can not reach the teat of the disease Ca tarrh is a blood or oonBUtutdooal dis ease and in order to cure It you must take Internal remedies Halls Cato Cue la taken Internally and acts dd recUy ca the blood and mucous sun facee Halls Catana Cure ts not a quack remedy It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In this country for years and tea regular prescription It fa composed of hung down and iwas OB red as 4f it with Una beet blood purifiers acting directly on tie mucous surfaces The ingy a won StrdlI F J Ch oey do Co Props To e do 0- Sold by Druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consd rnIBaseball as abed by the IGrocery Keeper STatees at the i Smalpcx was oitchlng Cigar was in the box and had plenty of smoke Horn was playlcg at first base and Fiddle was playing a sec ond rose Cccn was in the field and Aple ors umpire Wtea Ax camp to B1okISong wade a bit and Twenty made a score Erery foot of ground kicked and t iJd Aple was rotten Balloon upIATOen Spider caugtt the fay the crowd otwred Old Ice kept owl as the gonie went on uniU he one fclt by a pitched bill and you cugit to have heard Ice scnaam Oibbagehod a good head and kept quiet Old Gra 3 covered lots of ground In the field Organ refuted to play EO Bread 1 loafed and put tim out In the fttth Inning Wind began to blow about what he could do and Hammer be- gIn to kncck then Trees began to cuttingfirstThere were Jots of betting Oa the game but when Grass felLthey went bOke but Soap domed up TVte kicked when Ught woa put out way they icosted Peanut WCJB a fright Balton iweat up In the ale wjien Pigs began to rot The ecord iwas 1 to 0 when Ape told Fiddle to take his base Oats was tihocjted Song made another hit and OTroxrttone made a slide but cane put put Matt w ia outat the plate t ff j 0 i Weekl- yCourierJournal A f EditoroncIs a National Newspaper DemocraUo la politics It prints all the none without fear or favor The regular price Is LOO a year but you can got COUIERJOURNALrev HBRTFORD REPUBLICffN j iBothYear for M 1s If you will give or send your order to this papor not to the Courier JournaL Daily ConrierJonrnal a Year 6fl 1 Sunday CourierJournal a Year 2 We can give you a combination cut rate on Dally or Sunday If you will write this paper For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET 9 Tie Louisville Times Regular Price 5 a Year AND THE H nTr RD flDLCN t 4 Both One Year f- orS35O The Louisville Times is PaI per Has the beet corps of correspon dents Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covets the genetul news field pmarkettics tout fair ito everybody Send Your Subscription Right Away 1 y LouisvilleYmils special low offer my ba withdrawn at our time SO GOT IN NOW TSite rategood only ifior tAIL BurjaorlpMonB avid wa cannot ao Vf cept ordare for THE LOUISVILtiB TIMES where that paper has a rig bier agaat who fUTn49haj per by I tha moaOi t I I t toe l f t JIM IS AJOB OR AJOSEPIp Rev Fred Hale Says Lord IniprlsonedParrisll r Spent the Hight in Cell Admits That Even His Faith Tottered I at Times AsEumliig full perfooal responsibil ity tor his utterance Bud acinourjclng t Baptischurchf the earth should be fceM accountable ICon what te raid Rev Fred D HeDe whiJle to Owensboro last vreefeat the Third Baptist church dhuraaterfzed James H Fawlsh as one of the Lord Hnaolnted now in bondage for rome epeclal purpose Jut us other Biblical heroes havfe been tried by oifllctlons According to his Interpretation h cr Jim Parrish is the Job or the J seph of modern times and there seem ed to toe some assurance in the speakers mind that the angel from Heaven wlM perform tome new miracle as soon as they can get the Hawes We Jail located RevH ale seems to have readied the conclusions exrecsed In his ser moo only lifter tpeiidlng a night in the cell and also in the bed of Jewries H Prrith for he admitted thafduT ing the last 12 months his days Ora been darken by doubts and preplex itles with reference to Mr However he returned to OwenEbo- with the horizon completely cleared end a halo resplendent ctlll visible in the direction of the Hancock coun ty court house Mil I come to seek of a friend be gal Rev Hale after the scripture read- Ing What tome of you exck 1 with a sneer tie you still the frlem of Jim ParrJ ih7 I am proud to say that I amt I slept with Jim Parrieh In his cell and I ate with him In We Jail If you iwant to send me to Jail for wtttt I wry all I ask Is that you rend me to the Jail wfcere Jim Pair rich is I have no fault to find with cay i man for what the has dose plaint to make against the courseI of anyone I Just believe that the time baS come for me to epeak cut any con viction As I have come and gone around here I ihfcve found the great public sentiment to be against my friend I have taken one of the pa pers and read every line about Jim Porriib and It looked as If only one side iwaa given He WBB made to ap peW the vilest wickedest and most Godless criminal who ever e caped unhung I have not read where nay one has come out and expressed pub Holy a faith in him Therefore I want to say for myself that my faith In James H Parrtefca 6 a man as a Christian cad os a citizen of uprightness and integrity ins not been shaken ore into and I boilers that some day he will march forth as great a Christian main as we have ever had 0 tome of you exclaim but you didnt lose anything Ilty self my wife and any boys lost tomethlngldke 4000 anti I have felt tike loss as keenly as any other wto lost Jo this great catastrophe Durirg tho times these things Itave been gang on I have been In great dTkrctB eOmoat In despair fflhe Mast 12 months have been the hardest cl my life and I have been almost swept off my feet by tuoh questions ES these How con these things be If there te any Oed anti this da His book how can these ex peTienccs come to one who is trying to serve God Is Jt pcsslWe that James H Parrisb a true honest faithful t Cower of Christ would be entrusted wltto the eavtogr of 3300I people and then the Lord would allow the great bank to fan ard oil these people to Jo e1 Is it pos 4be that If James H Ptinlfji Is a good man God would ihave permitted him to have the savings of att theee In MB banks und then tit would be Itsthntltprima tulle evidence that le is a thief a deceiver a liar and nil the otter things they have called hiim I state to you truly breCbern that these qUi lons and ones dike them kept me awake many night in almost despair But we as children of God have been told ithtt When we ere in dank ness itie our duty to go to the word pf God Lets leek at tf4 Bible and Re U God ever dot One oflJite chosen ones be thrown Into prlaari Josepfh was as pure devoted and Gothsorvicg B manss iho wccM ever heard of azd yet tie was thrown into prison e and keptthieTe 14 years Jtor twp years he waa adtLout a friend end Bitaaebut Godwith4tm And Joie b was guHtlelftg of the chArge made against him Job mrs also a 91wppevil Yet IMa ewwt Wealth and bit1 A J t large family were taken from him Innocent terVante and Inhoceqt chil dren perlshiug for Jabs sake Christ himself states You are going to find 1eot my people in jell I read all the evidence Introduced against my friend and from my home in Wilmington Uttened to the speeches Although I EUtpect that I have gotten only ore eldg I do not believeeven this that James H Par rish ever i bnic I6r criminally took one dol1aifi I vy buman be IngI he tnd ttken one tabu three four or five ttoutond dollairs utod gone to Canada or had come out a wealthy man H would have been different But the crash left him a pauper with 175000 worth of property gone dike my 4000 I see alto that the money of ills own brothers his own sisters and bs dear old mother went to Would he have feloniously wickedly and criintoaliy wrecked himself and his loved ones I believe that with all kin power and earnestness be fought to the bitters end and the wreckage come because of circumstances over which he had no control However I have no word of reproach censure or harshness for one who believes otherwise thatoI would like to my which it not be wise or piucject for me to say However I honestly believe that this great catastrophe came upon Jim Par rlefa while he was dotog his duty as he saw it If he had pulled through that natal panic as otter bankers did he would have now been blesiilng many more lives and going on with Ids work of developing his city asle did in the past I want to stand here looking up dInto the face of Almighty God and any relief that God has commit ted this for His glory for the good of edroeveryone of this community Good to the com munity and good to the wonSd will result If I ever tdw a man in sorrow trouble and distress manifest the Chris thin spirit that man was James H himdas he does You con make fun of his singing and praying if you want to but I wish tome of the rest of you could pray WI Jim Pawlth tIes 0 people of OwenSboro rome day you will find out that Jim Parrish 4s not the wicked man the thief the liar you now titink he is WHIRTS BABYIN THE AIR And Ambulanse Surgeons Remarkable Feat Saves Its life Nlnemonhtsold Evane Killeen o- No 255A venue swaKowed xi Jack one of tbb little eightpronged metal toys used by children in playing mar bles yesrtedcy The little feLlowbad Bntoh d the jerk from one of several children playing in the hallway of the house He gasped clawed lilt his throat and sank into seailconEciouancss HlsraoSh er haponed o wane in the door and 1h other children excitedly toM her what had hepened The woman slapped this babys buck violently but could not dislodge the piece of metal Her screams attracted a iwllcernun who summoned Dr Pearson from Bsllevue The surgeon arrived quickly In file new automobile ambulance and decide to operate at once But toe did not have the tube used in sucih eases so le hurdled the boy into the machine nnd tot the chaf feur to put on full speed With the siren rounding for blocks cifctad the car raced niong at about 50 miles an hour At Twentieth stffcet and Sec ond avenue the surgeon taw the boy had hncdily a minute to vive Stop hAt yelled to the driver When the ear halt ed tie doctcir picked up toe baby by the heelsIejfn ed over the back of the ennibulanoe Hud for fully a minute swung the boy IDe circle now and hen ten the heed was tqwaid the street glvig the body a Jerk Suddenly there was a metalllo ring on the street The jock Jicd been dUIcdecd and I the doctor panting taQm Ibis exer tions pluced the child on 6he couch again and once moretbb ctaMeur put on full speed and went m Izrlng Dike mad to Twentysixth street rounklfrng the corner lade the accident ward wlflh a dizzy tikM- Tte life of tine baby was roved by Dr Pearsons semnrlrable pperotton- fltoore were about 200 pccsonslntljec- rolyd Uiiat watidhod tOO surgeon swnlg Ing amt shaking the baby They dji Loot interters aOthoUeyh tite treatmoat f violent for they know the doe tor was well main of mihdt te wcs doing When tlbe jack dron ed iaiid the doctor moping Wp hmw mt down on the bench of dtClnlbul1ncoi ex haiustted the crowd Cheered him New York Amerioaa I 11 GLOBE CIRCLER AT LOUISVILIE Has Worn Out 36 Pairs of Shoes in Three Years Left Austria on 25000 Mil e Journey Three Years Ago L Not Allowed to Beg In the hope of winning a Wager of 10000 to that tie may set up nu tf wine merchant in his native towian Joseph Mikulec is walking around the world a dUtacce of 25000 arrived at Louisville Tuesday Mllkulec 4s a na tive of Croatia a province of Aus tria which point te left March 1900 and to win the wager he must return there by March 1911ECr live years after starting Mikukc called on Mayor Grinstoad and Chief of Police Hcnger both of whom tdgned their names in his album Ho went to Frankfort whore he taw Gov Wlllson and had that offload put the official tCcl of Kentucky and his sgnature to his book of names Thus book contairs tho names of near ly every Western Governor tund the tlgcatures of the Mayors of many of the cities through which Mthuieo has passed in his Journey from Sun Fmn cisco to New York He is tow GOO mles ahead of his schedule The apearanoe of MlkuCec on the stretts caused corelderaWe commotion His unique costume combined with the numerous enameled and nickel phsted mednls he wears ding naly across his breast ct ed greet interest and he wae the sycosure of all eyes as he walked through the downtown section PI e pedestrian toys that he dots net care for publicity but that it is ne Cesiary for himto see n certain num ber of people in every town in order that his backers may te sure that lie compiles with the rules of the cons test Alikucc is not allowed to beg end he makes his way by selling post cards While on the ocean the works his way by aiding the boat crews During his three years of walking Mlkuloc has worn out thirtysix lairs of shoes and than lost tartly pounds lc weight although he looks to be in the mat robust condition lie declared that he has always walked and that he never rides where It is possible to keep from doing so Mlkulec speaks five different lan guages and toys that all the reports of his travels are being filed and will be compCled into n complete work after he has reacued home He says tit f the puMlfMng turn which Is sacking him will put the work out In four different languages and fce expects to gain corei eirble rcpututicn as an earsIThefor 20 years declares Mrs James Duncan of HajnesviKe Me WTS D TSopsda I suffered toteneely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep Alter many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gave me up I tried Kectrlc Bitters aden cured me completely Now I can eat anything I am 70 years old end am overjoyed to got my health andI strength bock again For Indiges tion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trou ble lame Beck Female Complaints its ucequaktl Only EOc at all drug gists n1I Bell is Found in the Sea After 700 YearsIA great Korean boll which for 700 j yeas tad teen lying twenty fetihcms below the waves c the those of Ctil kuzen Province Japan has just been raUedtftrough the efforts of a Japan ese cctiquntlnn and now ccusttd as it Is with the tea MBete Of ceutu lies it stands on exhibition1 in the village of Kanegaw d to trodtt1on which le on uIml3ntsseven centuries Jig teat be would rend a flitting token of his respect to Kiyo I moid the powerful leafier of the Helke Souttilern dens to the lOallool1 foundors whom these were many and expert in those days that they cast a bell T4ie dJmentSOTB i e to be these In ihelghit 1 Jo 6 6hakuj Jn dLrcncer 8 shttku 9 wn anti u circumtTerenoo of 2 Jo 8 ishatai 7 sun fTrodltion mays it wts a great itch and in the tibsence of trcnslaitcd prprwllor tradition lnns2 rule in the abbtccict in ttlsipor tlcular The bell was euccejfifullr rest and was bided Qn aupnmlottajunk ut the Korean owns of riM simptto fpte Junk sad afjeet ofvconior8i iBalleil for the cot of Ohlkuzen in japan I J1 t iiJen all of the royal augers had jjgreed upon an auBpldous day The augurs afronot up in their bus theJapaneseihe Junk tad the gift of the Korean King plunged into the sea No attempt was made either by the emiiEarles vf the King or the retain f1ItI the Price of Helke o fish for the bell Within a hundred years the dtficendunts of the Prlmce were cross Ite over the sunken tell In war for ays ugaintt the King of Korea and the Junks of the KortotB were iavlg lug this coats of Kyushiu rout among the folks of the Japa nue island there sprang legends and niiny night tales about the sunken beU of the Koetun King Wten the eea mged the flwheiomn declared they could bear the booming of the great bronze cup on the feas bed end in times of earthquakes the sea folk along the tore listened to hear the mad toiling of the bed which they were sure would toucd the tJgcol for a tidal wove Lift year it was that Yamamoto Kikutaro a man of wealth of the province and devoted to the collection of ancient art legends began to search tor the endear bell Through the flstwmnn he succeeded in locating it after long effort and last month diver raised it to the surface Tie bell has btwi cleared of corroding mass of baVnticles and to le stiLl whose It wilt soon taken to Kyoto there to lie hung in the HongwnnJI Temple For Sale Pure Dared Plymouth Rock Eggs 15 for 100 Mrs John W Sanderfur Hartford R F D No3 Telephone through Hartford exchange oFISH REMEM BERED HIM Patient at Hot Springs Befriend- a Sj Sick Trout Twice That a rainbow trout las a memory and that fish seek metHcinel waters rED tick Los been proved here I Wcua ne which would have IroI Vked doubt were It nut tvom the traordlnary jircof attcched to tte Incident Three years ago Barcoy LOc one of the best known railroad men in the Wool was vUitins the bjings suffering from rieumtrtlsin Sevtvi days alter teaching Lore he wes Walk ing thong the bent of the river some diitance below the springs wUeu Ie notCoed a largo itiinbow trout ueri the bank McGee watched the trout for tmoItime and cautiously went water TILe trout looked ed 11 Gee I and the rfllltoad man stooped doter and picked up the trout the flat tnuk leg but a feeble jejittance More in humor Wnn in seriousness MLGce declared when he arrived ut the hoII tel that the fish wes suffering 11m j the tame ccmvlict ns htaieslf uri i he wouid put it in a bathtub and have Its rheumatiwn driven out fvom its j fins and tail He did put it hi waun water and for three days fed It ca- worms that to dug up nearby The Ij trout seemed to recognize its benetvc tc4 and mush to J the turrsihe ofj every one was able on the told day to flash around the teak wKli rlthe speed of u healthy fish Haying formed on attachment iceI the fttsli McG e decide to put it back in the rtver again hut before doing so secured a fine irfoce of sil ver wire which his caitfully wrapped around its tail A Sew weeks ago Oljp JtcCree cgsln returned to the t1digs anti ttklng a daily walk cCong the river bank he was astonished to KG a big trash within 10 feet of where bo ttocd IrIMcGee reiqhed down in the water and pulsed it out It waq not until he was nearing the hotel to ngsin use a good Samaritan act believing the fish Led rheumatism thus he taw a wire on its tail dl col ored by long immersilon in water Hot Springs Cor Bcttan Horsed ExileForced Into WIlD Uuehuroh of Glen Oak Okla anal an exile from home Mountain air ho thought would cure a tnlgM ful lungracklEK cough that tad co fled all icmodLes 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1 R Etr EDITOR t ozxz2XOz8b- zlaaiL 4- 0a b 317z2I e FRIDAY AY21f REPUBLICAN TICKET For RepresentativeW Dean dpiCircuit ClerkE G BarraL tar JudgeR I1Vedding TinleyCounty FbaSherlffT H lac orAssessorBern4d Felix For Scbooj9SuptHenry Leach Jir JaperW P MldkUl For SurveyorC S Motley tagtton MAGISTRAIE Hartford DlstricB S 7betl3m 11 2 Beaver Dam Dlstrlct0 E 2 Rockport DlhtrlotJohn H Miles A Oentertown DistrictJ C Jack Gem H r PIROSine DistrictM C Cook G Sulphur Sprlnss D15trictJ d- Grabam 7FordsTBle DlstrlctC Y Mlles B Bartlett DistrlcNo nominee ATmerlcan people wm mat be They must be shown fooledI A td nxe man who snt of his job s a grt nwa Aoo rate One half of tie wend cannot doter mire just how the otter Lalf coo of Ion automobiee- Hetcafter tle Republktat party Would be w1itg fcr the Democrat to preach tariff revsca aIby them tvea As WO Lave orten Predtcted is these roiumlls the tied 1 session of Con gres to revile Ue tariff is lkety to Isst el EurLIteraad the Injury Jad 4t- ed J upon the busintss InotertA of the country w1 oast Ml text summer Tinkering witthe wUf is a row experlmest or the Republican party and wetnlst too leson l earncd ni9 hat for semo years to come The roco1t mcnCle of Pesldent Taft which to subindtted to CogreEs relative to the government of Porto Wa was In very g cat oottraEt to the bombastic breed stdes Which Preel dent Bcosevet wwLy tirrnd It Yhpl tall HIM The digrHief Etatrsmcn like uttocatccs of Pcesdett Tart mjl- DO coutt be r ehed by Caress In a Ve7 dfferdnt sptrlt from thole of- b1s proecesscr W1h the Goebel tncgcdyud all of its troJn of rank partisanship behind usientueky stoutd set her fllle Stcm 9y to the future onoourzgtng develop xncflt In every Une red the esdsbllsh- rneat of row industiics aid gist but net hoist a forward movement oUI tie line In oducatioaal tl1bnEdiffor the cause of uducatfon Bud Is sibkmapthg In a oamtIl6ldab16 manner to stir up lateest all over tIo state In Maulng oduratlon He Is ettl tied to the uPJcrt of cl dtlzIt of OUT State fcreipcotive x poilttcs FAIRVIEW May 17Sur sctcol is styli pro g etTdvg Beaty here we had u number ot vlsitorseostoray Among them wise Mr O J c idstlan CCGC Run Wn 1s tea cbing n tdDJSng school here Mr raid Mir Jim Duke und itttle- daUghtET M1Is Earth Mr end drs- Hcnaq Tabora and little daughter Mls- FCorcnee YaloD Measis Flx Burch Frtedaland A C Atton SuZh- aprlrgr ur and Loul6 Mtsttheal3 cearose Several force here IIItWldcd the tap tltnJmmco Care Run Sundayetict3eg- 7disa Stella Omaames Sal n was the gum vi her trtari 1ni Eunfco Wtlronurday c Ilse fry L SVhtta Spent Rlhuin = day night wJbb11a1ren D Wllsvel MrsI1lzzte WhRe and ttle dktugh tar Ewa ono the gum c Mrs Whltes daughter M1ts Bessie F Acton tlay 1M1E8D K Acto aans the gtr- vt t her lvteud Mim Acnieptyers Sunday Revrr J Acton at1 hush et Cane Rua and was tbeguest ot M- r13til 1b fey Md family 7lhm Henry Nabors and daugfbter- OIatoa and Mrs R D Wilson vpent the lY Sunday WiLh Mrs Llzzle- Wblte Utt1e Mtsa Marry L White is visit iDg41clfrlenkl ttJUoWf6H Ieii Acid a toc1 iIt j f yr H ibises JodelA a anti Omood Ill t J c I Star s J M i- seal ldaaaddy Mrs J B IdlttI tacd little daugtt Mary Lotrloe Oeder Grove were be g Ests of their dnug- bte I7re BKIcdi andcendSyonenight WtwECk Mm ESSe3iyers fe at the btdstde of other DIrr froCk Graft Salto- nwhds tFr row alth ClcafflZ 0n 1tor Cleen bxeyShfeve xis to- this tidclalty art Ink1e tere Y- pat dr Allion Nators aeLt out bULt lB one dog end kited news Cruas anti caFtaTEd thttetoaclm bcotthM L 53J S rt11lte ppent set t a ihb1- eMi ore 1 aid Bcut Wilson Mite Cermia Cbritttgn Cwe Run wae a picorhht tiisitcr I1t SIngng 1lll1ruby stbt aevecl Acton SuZphus Sprjni mMr Is g fregtetttire to this pIaE hak tho Cciter ot nttmcticn iiv1 at air J Ct WU ont Rev T J Acton and Mr W CJiy- em made a busies trip to Ca1card- vldDlty toAlT of uc Robert Myets arl sifter Bottle Myers westto entertol turdayc Miss Eva Acton returned home Sunday after several mootihs attend oe at retcol at Peafttt Ridge i MIr and Mss C C White reeoved- tteephoe message Enturny from Codumhes lnd stating toot their neb eyf Air Willie Hu tell of thct pace was tangEctlWry lii of AlrpenM didlts ocd was to hoperted on dar Sip Hurtal formerly lived th this community Wherere was boutadralfdfcild has many rtttlves and- treads here who will Earn tth SAd ness ad lsferlous lllne s Vr Martin York ad dss BessIe F Attoo Mr Sammie Hoover and Miss 31ady Potts attondcd church at- Bethel Sunday TIr Fink wQ Rcndcchas mov ed Intoqur snliht J has mimyfrled who scae xme Urn back to ltis 01dt home L rJ D Ttyers avd wile arA lIttle gtndtcn master George eroat the C day with Bro Bailey of SUlphur Sp1ng1 Tuesday i1fsBtEf F 4cton srcnt Mfonday night With her triend Miss Eunice 11iisonI CERALVO- Iay 19Mr HarrIson Harper ms- mifned g onthe late John BMkGdanelt TI1 hJi JMI Every Is on the sick Met iT Erna B Fu1kcmr treturmod from C1t einnati some daysagowtere- the veLC to have an oyetatkm perforn ed on the mouth of little Joseph Eves 9ylir W H Blackburn returned t 7m- Evasvile Tuesday- MI1ss Myrtle Tdcbenor Evanskdle is visiting Miss Mottle Weed this week tits R D Robertson anti fatally of- Roclcport w+cttcd the family of Mr Jots Wad Sunday Mcs James Tunnel Utica viwted relatives here some days ago Mr D W Kimmel attended the bwel of tis brother air Moso KIm met Z TRottetter Monday Tricks of Importers The opponents of pzctttUion are brutging to tcnr ey rossibe htu once thAt can bo sum noncd to heir lsupport One of Ue taut t1C1Kmes interview cerlnln deniers and secure rom them desists that Ames can gtas ee uterlo or Equal to the Imported cmticres this belrtg used as In argument against the lmpce- ltion of PaofeUfoq duties nut this s- an old tcdae not a new one Impor teas eitee the time whEn Jtie mem ory of Asne vans runreth TJrst to the contrary have tried to dltOrret domestic articles and exalt the rltof thane of foreign OrIglh It is wen on retard toot same of them pdvnte ly admitting the exoollenco of AJtn r- lnll1Ero stave insisted lea trely labeag them sa foi eign prodticUonB as d Ebnditioa ofofleadcg for sale TLOro me few if any ormSotmlsrop iefqtattonwticli AapfJltqrn sodds have not boon up og11tBt JIll hpme- or Gbmad Yet they dove evemtuel lylawn their way en ttee tgeaits- Troy rbx SALEM y c L May 19Farmczsirevtrjebusyl In tilts tlehhborJroch ltog out batiacco- 3fr PJC1ck Gt1oft aho Icabe9 ten the slick list tar some flans 1lie ore E grow to sny ls din Apderaan UJKfua Jhom9- II lira 3fr end ldliljy ul rD11- 9rel4et1 JI Ir Uu 0no 9tocer i net Jr1J 4 oibvho7tTiered1V Raley Friday dida Maggie WimEgneTd J- t1iEran vtsltut and Mrs 1k Vb son Sunday ight Rev G ft LatvriCeitllsedJfla rest mar npprlntmwfIIt Caaae laray A I lqbTod atteULeit t4b Bny- Uzln a 1c h took pace aeaa t ne un Iitdsnt y alter Sunday c11ml Sun sy afternnonl rc r J t r tc 9MWLL MaT 11A atwes e ju day tdlwl Sunday Jluch fsalett3ef3s being taken 1 tMiss HaUte Tat kne rage ltpoke tcaae tJmla 17tb her iusbacd YJ Alicia TNyJar ja1d her peters s visit l4andy ezpeeMng- oefto moot ter bnobher 1tsj bride anccse mngreSs occtirftI u attlJO- Stith inst Tore Ibroihfl bctfggf tiell aid Tot arrive unfit tkraajcd brother end sister failed to meC Mr Sad Tire George I06aCtKot tle son LeaicQ ax o rte guejts pf3la- anti tits C 3I Sevens 3158 DyOn TQJtor and drdrtoI spent Mfocdayaftetoaacm utMnt J P Tnyiora Miss Isa Taytlor fent a wiMleJom- day nnrr Bub UEe 31u Minnie Hcckerwag th tmt of Mrs C 31 Stever mli mdqaffcr noon Mrs C 1V gtkyor lrsksefya- there t Tfastei OtnrS D Great Stmdny mth tifrleiS RaYK d RoY StevensiMsa Gertde Sterna and Mr J teI ens Mlts lrnae7hyor and M- 05fford Lorton Fiat tq nee MilEaJfcu- sin Taylor Syt1t GOO ri7e tjt ai NQ Sunday Q Ut buceCfSlttat + 1 j t t I Mr and Mrs C1kf Stevens spcirJt n day ocAwo last wEpk aith t he4rchJt dren Mr and dm Sam Rn1erty 800I r and Irs FrJd Rstferty Of Tfand- Mr Cbas W ften ves tile giiest- bf Mr HurlaTd Irylor Sa urcn1 after t Mr and irs Joe Oomemna acre the guests ot Mr stdara C W Stevens Sunday + mss Jewel Taylor Is the guest of cmr103 D Taylor Mrs A Br Gardner lltde Loc ardi DDce mad Mdss Era swat Pbureday- ct levJ P Taylor i Miss Jewel Thlor t U ay IBrort- MBec are the gucstscf Mr and LIrsI W Stevens IF Court Notes The Ohio Clrc tit Court convened In Court Hall Monday morning at 830 oclock Judge Birkhead presiding Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Rfn- o being unable to reach Hartford un il noon Monday on the account of slcknesBIn his family County Attor nEY E M Woodward made an exhaustive statement to th grand JuryI which Was supple nentcd by some Ver timely suggestions by Judge Dlrk bead m 5 he followlni namEd gentlemen have been empanelled as grand Jurors for the present termJ I Dim nett J T Funk Azro Rowan John H Wood John 1 Bishop A HRoss- J L Patton I L Alford F 0 eoUman Wm Addington Foreman nV H Rhoads Sheriff and E P Poore Clerk Petit jurorsSam Morton W N Stevens S T Brown Jas T Bennett Alec Bell Clarence Patton Jar A Tiehenor Marion WJlllaDls A II Barnett Carl Taylor W R Wells II Ji Crowe Wm M Tichenor T E Coop Pr H L Taylor Charlie Stewart Lu ther Brown Elijah Render L D Lo neyAll the Comlh cases set en the first day were continued for process- except Comth vs Smith Mlles Ebb House and Will Evans Statement filed by County Attorney and dismiss- Ed Comth vs Jhn Geary flied away with leave to reinstate on motion lot Commonwealths Attorney Comth vs Ernest Webster fined S2000 Comth vs E Allen c JesseDe hart fined 20 Rufus Griffin fined 25 and ten days In jail Comth vs Toni Wilson 2 cases Indictments quashedand referredto grand jury l Comth vs Ira Leach fined 20 and costs L Cornth VS Anthony Walker fined 2000 omth vs John Tucker set for wardt today i Comth vs Juhe Wilson Indictment qunehed and t lcnlcJ+ rf9the grand jury i I a- Cgmtb vBCiias Brown 2 Cass J D McDaniel 4 cases Tip Dean the cgsep dlli ssed Gomthivs4Talm CraJan passed NE JBlrkdmtJtX p H John sonjet at tAI r 4th DayThursdayO- wensbgroDill J Posthg Cc vp Jae- P TRYlorj i Names Cooper vii Wtllfats Cosj P B TayJor et Ili vsJCC- ompany q Jlti II h f1 F fi1 Xi J GiogatOrville 6th Dayktiu 7 r fJ y RACrowe vs If H1E13 C Jerome ADanTq Boo QCo irty- T On It CO Vs 0S Don- dConlth i vs Wade Goryy charged with murder verdict of jury lad punishment tlxedai three y ja3the penitentiary ftyH udJeL P Little Oxen bare t ar ryed n HartfaikTi shay t adtQ- eEide inJve tidal Of 4hqey I i I of B Friaaers tels iiLkk The regular Ja4Ie T P lilrkkes4- Ihg otkis lP deteadaatewasappoInted byGoveeor Vil1l J1 0 try thei i = r r J S er arts s Heljd aSi V- Shtverto ja ttios eide6e nt IA J AddkMt a5ea aSFffiisteit A6aotfOabtptetn 1- cJ3F Ssttirs v8 EEo BickT triai restttedln tM jury ltnddsg a Te- dlot Jior the tatlima1WUL x5 WUyqle Rkkef pea Of guilty endccM etkJ ut ewe sent fib of fCamtv ys Kchri1Jmnc4 bend fondelultd fIt apFQernfi kct 5O1oiJ oocl1 had been derosited cOOrk- Eo G Iiarrafa fie ds Oid xnY- mnIe to Y L MoEdeTtauu ce gbike- fury fuaa3- Ocmt vs John ftl eker pua bt ctered a ItyragreomnentJle 1s1inttl- o fi o 1- lv P W fOr tildrrrr c vt p H Jdhttvaderr lc Bowjes tacav an Lotl Tae PM Jury 3acsterrhy returned inCSdznc s fIfJl1n9tCb IluDcere- aactte adinurder one bgoSco Jim JoOmton irie otentfrhtg ginseig- garteni te 2gat TPn Wtle and Aonzo Del Icr4Tne 12 dlIttrrbiat- yubllC aroryhlp oree np1nrt Sherman sk Lee FWkenotl Uoh1lr Futkeraon- a d Ed Jaokroner bt dIoSurbizg- public wors51p Died Last Augost The remains of Jeeste Halt mho was riled by his fatherInlaw Martin Dowdl August 15 1909 at CIlKton MIcs Ky were vemoved tram Ue Ber ryMccy cemetery eevo miles east of Hazddnsburg May 13 ocd brought to his old ilon1 at Olndon for burial acI rompanW by his brothernIlm and IJSter Mr and Mrs Jan F Alonantd his wife and dAughter Nellie and Jes s1eA4ia1 MI torpye of friendS aUdze es accompaItdthe remains to the Oaton Cemetery Idle Bapwyt church choir Ertg Casting Ale Ovca the Rlide VeC Never say Good- Bye Jesus Lover of My ul and Over Jordan We shall Meet After which icltoweG n bcautui and touching prayer by Bro Joe T Daniel The remains were Jald to rest near his sister Joslewbo pre cceded Mm to the better land Lowe four years ago The grave Was strewn with beau tiful tireaths boquets and various designs In pretty May flowerawhlch have not only shown the Mgh regard In which he ens held by the people of Omaton Bd vlclnltybut the mass of 1owe s by wfifch his grave was covered in offering a tribute to his memory cho shows what tJe good people of this community wm to and have done for those ccto are mourn In the I0Ia ofa dear one and need their sympathy end help May Gcd be with ach and everyone far by theIr rorks we hard know tbrn that when they are cal1a from tors world that their memory may be heM as snared Cli those wtbb memory they tare tried to keEp is the sincere wish of ONE PRESENT SMALLHOUS May 17Mlsns Omn Mad ox and AlUm AIcd1nFJton vent to Hartford Friday shopping Mrs J S Trurmdl children Susie Roy und Ernest BTtunne ll who leave begn the guests of her Jtal1= ents Mr LrJk1 Mrs Robert Hunter cw other rcgatdvee the rant week returned to thEr home near Utica Thur day evening Tlley were eoromranled to their horeeby Miss Maud CatonL- yto will vpend seveulvisiting them Mr S E Hunter has gore to Iof- ado He tarted Cast Thumday even ItgcraIn J 8wTrunrxAluGd brother S E Iiupder went to ROOfPO last Tuesday and oeturn d Siren they mera ifeJr aunt itBPL Wood and fconJl u Mort vttMU ter 4ydeNLos pf South Car- iollton gucstt olXtrand Moe- l pte Kiinger Sad y tMzs Alvln Ashby Rockport Ky islvlsiUDg lint tb rdIL Mary TkihenojHU 1 a + I Mrs + Joe9RobarUonHrttord K- ynatui Odle Owen Rtibertmn of d4au ot sasaL jqLt ntiedthe ilPutell11mat tc etiDdaditlaftecoaad aundayst QuIte tsahna lLltniafdinrl hailastbtm 4fell ber0 Jainrdny MayQG k avX sL fikicottce tkeking8tlydtu Jams at fhm5lhous test 16cW 1 s- tlUesere im Coz nmd WH1OuriIB tttW ItSie pertatAMrfDsveaMeiddiex Ikr J R lW wert to Sou CI rill tT1lWriedsuy evenlig IY dwlil cl WMfue t3r ceriy A T1cJ s or a2IfatEiianavileIdd1n a IALOlrtOI y 20 Bev CtWFrli f lfex- dhie regriiar aiipairrnem 4ls 1iace 8unliayrar1t hUh 4 eylecaddd sea jJI ta 1n d otfhnm eRit0 11 t lE roP c 4C Sadie 11sYtQTa t krPgf erid4sR J Thfieas 0 AIII1 4 t I I y For buggy dJitrgJJijWoDlmjU tt giess The teninfftlic new iea witha new outi 1Ijisource of uninitigat- ed fifteen we have toIetrade the famous STAtlk BUGES y ft AND NOT ONpISSATI FIEDUSTOMUR 6 They exce11 in the flexibility and lity of the tspririgs The painting- and finish is the best They tide easier and last longer than any make we have ever come in contact with All these points of superiority we claim We are ready and willing to demonstrate It costs nothing to investigate You will be as enthusiastic in their praise when you know them as we are EPs BARNES BROS d BEAVER DAM KY I EmurpWi syetueaday events ntI- Mr E P Sandefur Made Harriet Eatdefur and Rhoda Torrance wade Ii flying tjttp to Rob Roy ntt Wednesday Mwsrs Clarence Allen and Goorge- TayIcr Misses POCLia RttlnlS Wln lie Rates Ethel Rnltt5 Gdlda Mavis- Mhrtha SandElur and Harriet Sande fur WEre plroront oaJeils of Miss m mie BlCk ot Mlt Pleasant Sunday evening Seveicn attended Surdoy scbol and church here Sunday DUNDEE lORevF D Bughnf11l ills regular appointment Lt this place Saturday nlterooon and Sunday Mits Ver QPuk ofInTtard W r the guest otiher motter Mrs W H Duke Saturday and Sunday brGeses Lena and Rosy Huff were th- gueeta or thch anisftnMtstts ro11l11e and Flossie Powers from SaturdaT until Monday Tiles Vicy T1ford llt pdity wf- he friend Miss Velat1a Harrison Dr and Dirs D4 od Beaver Dist were the guests of lases nt tide pack Saturday End Sunday t 9SeIS OambtelSabars and Carl BlQ17 Gttended cunch at Oedar Grove SUnday Fnfriierd at tII11sconimu lty fare ver burySixngtabciuo grout li d plant Ing earn Mr GoocgelBnaW JUliL San Mcdtor 5 iow RGUttpHaligax MezIay r and bfrs Henry Cummlngs- spen t Sunday CitlhMz aJd No- Ju OOnCae 1 11J Js Woo q t chihgy e ligI h aikwr and T3ns Jcdh mm M Go3rge11ioq b1d tRi6fo11t ar- Shelby d ettendodtlid iEo iStsens bor 0 M45 Hudo tthaoCJecklaora oubtf- spescW g 9 heir weeps adth t1affi3- ter Me3Nei Ieh w n o i krReflrosd baddge is apnoott o0 Jle h JJxu r- tb hq tff flMrgtw mJfoI J lA J vplea compycr dcrtrli i3 11 J trwayC I 1 7 ttwll7j r PTor lisg tp IJt1fJmheJtgQ X rarlfd QJM r and Mrs Hr ctI4a hngn- a4 T itttW aY +nd WI I cd at untoit Ck grbrmd- Jirf 1tMfIf tie 0nQlhtfferQf =v Sratitfe His J L patkJal t tisvrr41t rt str Pt rOOto1e Hoover hrk tala hee- v1altiagiela4vee 1aIac I Yetuitii- er C i L i home Sunday Mrs JcKel1 Murroy and son Everett vistted Mrs R E Fuqua Sunday Ur McMurray cad Mrs Altha LeI sure made l business trip to Owens bore Moncey Mrs Leisure will be the guest of her son Mr J W Leiure several days Mr and Mrs A E Stewart spent Sunday wIth Mr Anderson Meador r jand family MIsses Nannie Johnson Dora and Hattie Stewart spent Sunday with Mr Joe Park and family Sunday Eohcot is progreEslngnlcej at this pace pds L C Hoover and daughter Lou attended Sunday school at WcSt1IIngtonl Sunday jwentMturmy and am Visited the family of Mr TC Palk Monday MECBs W W and T C Park made a budness ttp to Owensboro 1etCrl da Mrs Altta Lure spent sunday pigit with Mcuurnky and inmlty Card of Thanks mhrpugh the cVntmasof file Ropt not11oh I amt Q reader I r R friendRyremembered the Inlhonoi of my tM- Tq sfxth nnnaeEaryaTth a great feast About 10 oclock AM i xas much thoughagctembly surptlsed to ee Loon aro nee and ehildren rome from every dltrctfon wits heavy laden baskets I am deifghted do mylt pitmen naeso tint One ADove E hould ha +e m enjoy dttu flhJretlrlrlls lot tdii JB qr la my own teAi pmeeent- wblo w m er It mtt efcats fR eeQ at shade that e511fiprlyh Jlencl a- dgs r i a Sri P 11 1 eJJfro wish to thaclory dnugtter f rttte 1llIq na1WJn t Ipgandae + I Ikadr Many preeeata were oifvty0l J1d ra81ad1y P Yd00MrtY+ i iR asfcgr ooJtzdpptedto i 111 tfirQPeiil ScbroetesStudio t If job Want them betr then made tleforejoes4Mar rarflerthatlettilcetnII r prlieuoffineiiflrtfoiu itiei It i J j l i 1 +Fairs Clothing+I Too much cannot be said regarding the merits of OUR BIO CLOTHING DEPARTMENT To say that we are headquarters for uptodate Mens Boys and Childrens Suits is putting it I mildly The great rush in our Mens Department proves to us that those who care to look well dressed recognize us as LEADERS in Style None so well made none so uptodate none so low in price as our Sterling Bench Tailored Suits Call and see us 1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 21 T IllnolsCentral Railroad Time Table At Beaver Dam Ky t North Bound Somh Bonnd j J NoUJ due 405 Bin Nol21du+1181sin- NoI22due1282p m No 1111 due 248 p 01- I 0102 due 848 pm No Ill dor 853 9 n I I Get Transfer If you are on the gloomy line x Get a transfer- If youre inclined to fret and pine Get a transferi x Get off the track of doubt and gloom Get on the sunshine train theres I loom Get a transfer rIfyou are on the worry train t Get a transfer tl andcomplairRp The cheerful earN are passing through f And there is LOTS gf room torYOU i Get a transfer i If yqu are on the grouchy track 1f Get a transfer Justtakethe Hpppy Special back Get a transfer Ir Jump on theltraii andjDuli the rape That 11114a Xorltgttthg tMlo 9r 7- I o NGet a trb yr It your drugs tiara bJFn tootblghrJ VA 01Get a tritgs1erra Hartford Drug Co Is thepl t tbiy d ty Gca t9timsferIirtH- it rwo- iI An experltncea etemlst tried 1Vlfd J l atva 4lnrxyrr ca ll fSONEfi00tGdODFORG 1 WtyK transfer cr1rrals+ t Har1f rti Dyole anY I IIncorpQrytteGt iiy i Ie r L G jf9 n Wire trash 3amb- sI t Lyooel 1 IeesClIeeafl J80 good at Qty ReHt u iM rtt 1 t t i h 1I QI ie 1 y1i S4C4f3A9 i rrt GiWtf q 110It tTAJ4+ LY021i1r t h aLtttkrus jff 4wAee4iuls trI- s ill atHI111e j v- R 1 h i 1 PI City Restaurants Steak and Coffee cant be beat Nice trash Fish constantly on dread at City Restaurant If you want FlourseeU6 Carson who own save you money 3Stf For pedal bargalne In Sewing ACa chlnes call on Gross Williams Mr J M RbgerB Beaver Domoome in to see us walle ln town yesterday For all kinds of Sewing Machine Supplies Oil ccaU on Gross WA flametCity RestUraiit feeds the people as usual Once a customer always a cus tamer Miss Nctllto Harrisj Reader Was the guest of JdrarAi c Yelfcer the first of the week Mr std MrstfTSf BardweM Wil liams MitieS dfe ti gucifetls of Mr tied Mrs lL is lee 8sma wan Misses Mattle and Gladys atadldox Cratiertown were JegueEU ot Mini C E 9mltQ city the first of the Woo k Prof Marvin Block Jio3 closed his EOhcol at 5eoiBtRdgNnind ftturn ed tome I frof Black ic oits a very tubcesifiul utocj Mr amiAjrtft Oran Wa Y KQ and fcori MtysterHaglPCentldi1TCitywcr this sueetet ttf t Btld 4jVB S Tr Bay nett too Wret of the wok redrr ending ectoopjvat LwclDSj Kyi an idved Jone lta h CJdaY P44er34pp t- hsthmlg ei jS 91 i y iFor superior Typewriter LJato for oopy tOrk as well cartdfekdfgiad ldf Typewiltera apex ruled and uud ruled call on The yHettwd RepJt UcnHv U 4 rltirtSa ddrfJti y N1Dsterb hasbte- 31rnpd 1 oJft diacdFny- kerdlt tbueffl filigr V h r 4 tthit- orrot Wtfesoctet Kplttbe U1YTJlDUUy lvJ M F t ffin nJciJM 1 cal ot JQu1sVUl r waeln HarttcadlttfiodKaCUs- hiaw t + ow cttawntUJI Mrs Ljz F 1nfottl and G1Qf Y llliHu17 ktev rnthFar and ra BV6t Arllw s 1 an3eee- Are C llipgr rb i jzdor Ida Hveenltnwnll u I I Flaxoo Wiite tind Cotors BuV1 bt 1aro Co v V Or pid Mre J A Duff 6 aver Dcim were In this city Mondby EmUkotderhiR iandLait8 Yovet taw so lan y nor pilettler piUianisJ slaw MlWntiry Jut c dvecbnt rmaid 4IateitStyles NewtC 1i I tema Sir 100 Erowtcd of Rctine d agce R ttmb cm the RJl1IUIl atu- meeLhAkn1 force Massre Richard Daubing and 7 PI Shrum RotlhtiBtier wece cimosfe our- cgera yextCrIY t BlriEiiid MBV E Max yB rver Duia sere the gueitB cf their daughter Mrs A C Ycteer city WedDocUy Jroy y VVInndawBhatit3 or the- ngwDtrlin Material JJccmx break or crack Barnard Co make them 1itUm nke Hirecof For feIs vis iTticfe Msrb2 a1AY Putt and jYrs Gor don Young ot Bcayer DapIlthis week J P Loiyd of Earretu Ferry was In town Monday tccnciccting butt ness and raCie a pEataut fall at this office Mrs JC Jones city is tho guest- of her Ceuglhttir XS R H Taylor and othetr re tlvcs near Rochetiter tits week Blttere C C Borcii CiecnweK W TDh1hJcer o and B C Barrefi Beaver Dain were long our caClerB Tuedcy Miss lice Btorcih CrotaWeii a lead tlzudpleasant tfeMeis Tueedey Mrs R A Anderson is spending a week in the country the guest of her son and daughter Mr and Mrs Thos L Anderson of Route 4 Master tuo1White icJ Chsrfe too Mlttsaurf arrived Montoy to aped his c Et1cin with ibis grcnd parents Copt and 1liSS K Cox Mr 0 H Park ol the CCcor Run neighboitccd wto ts been attending school at Bowling Glen ins return ed home The term having oared The funeral sermon cf the late James A Park will be preached at the Beulah Presbyterian church at Be da next Sunday Rev Canlrlll of the M E Church will have chargo of the services The ladles of the Christian Church of Hartford will give nn ice cream supper In the storeroom under the residence of Dr C J RhoadR lower Main street next Monday night May 21 All are invited Mr George W White mangcir Of the French Lick Springs HotdJspeJut a few days with hte sliter Mrs W D Moore tie dirt Of the week MiR Moore who Las teen quite llfl Is thought to be K aewhat improved Messrs Jas E Aslby of the wee Proidence neighborhood Esq Jas A- Bawling Narrows E W Smith Oeral vo G E Simpsca Wjisox Jas T Davis SucnydiJe Esq W S Demon Dundee ntd E P Bennett Eat Hartford were among CUT callers Monday Dr Horace J Bed teJt yesterday for Louisville to toke the examination before the State Board of Dentistry which Is the likol cct in the iffooets of making him a full fledgid dentist and authorlztnJ to pniotlceiis profes Lion Cir L M Sandcfur who his beon cst Hot Springs Ark since last tall where he led beta takicg trtatnunt tor rheumatism Teturped hone a few days ago His condition Is greatly ta proved and it Is ittought that he wlU now fully recover from the malady Those from this contr attended the Red Mehls Great Sun Council at Lexington las4 week yet A M Smith McHenr f Caperton jiaddpx Rockport Fred kChpman Cehlertdyfrn Will Morrison Beaver Dim Wade M Stratton cromWell and I sac Foster Hartford w Mrs CyntliaiBcBWeiaicCled gufjiday at her home cbaut tltfte mlteaceaEt inaclofentto lod oeetSheT axr3 t I1Ea1f pCdTOiB theu ame dta r ylltttoiCyipJtna panteJJIj grestytgrCataaleCeixrjalKrs EosweH1 aaddfiigntorvof MsfufAMvs WtlMe Danefl dhdrLFunrcal jderyices were ccKductedrsbya Rjev VlrgJlv Bii glen ot Bethel Wednesday one funeral- cermlan rbejug peaScied for itioij ii5t ihea1Lteated6 titrtla1ht tier Te- i nr ne each were Intctrned 1w Beth Pt eemleterysra rl tore nieltlri of Pr lIfqn Mprtoi af1 pTr PORt here iaSt SaturddY apt to lave de pmtfgn a dgTttmj oft EaBflieei t tl er icustprg ieretcigrA T fr l be u a thdloldsoldiers in the various nrU1gbliribds and they wilt decorate11hegrateBbr thelir bjrf rcontiatteB vlRNoutrh iflianTpabllc gathering ThdvreasbnVasslgded for the couriels first no neighbor hoodhiteyfhvfted eiik andiecfenat t t it P D of etUugas1etlIcr- i setting betooytreit r 4 tb aifcB Gertie Moore jWysox is the guejBt of Judah W B Taylor ncd torn 1yrtdty r TWitiout a doubt we QuftnJ1d pleY the ladies lnp tailored Suit CARSON CO Mr DccKott Asbfey of Oiteago Jb JasAj MoDel Ashley nttrttt Hartford wen pfeatart caUere yesterday We are receipt a Ice as1 r ueut of Ladles TQno nc e Vfit Suits Come In1 toss whites ant JjljUes with prices keen 360 to 750 CARSON COof Mr S T Yager who has had Large of the telephone exchange here for tie past few mottie iectrlres- day for his home in Owensboro Sir Vuger has made many friends during his stay among US who are sorry to see him leave Mr J W OBannon has resumed management of the exchange here and his numerous friend gladly welcome him back to his old position Mrs F L Felix nnd daughter Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix went to Louis ville Saturday where they went to be with Mrs Felixs mdther Mrs Nary A Duncan during the absence of Mrs Ella D BooKe and Miss flag gie Duncan who are spending a few months at Atlantic C1ty N J for the benefit of Miss Duncans health Mrs Jennie D Hamilton Mrs Fe lixs sister who had been spending the past few weeks with her mother returned to her home at Greenville Monday Miss Tiny Stevens daughter of rand Ilrsn H Stevens died at the residence of her parents in Beaver Dam at 10 a m last Monday morning after a weeks Illness of nervous trouble Funeral services were held at tbo home at 10 oclock yesterday morning being conducted by Rev R D Bennett The burial was in the Paxton graveyard near Sulphur Springs schoolhouse Besides her par eats the deceased leaves several brothers and sisters She was a mem ber of the Methodist church at West Providence and a most estimable young lady Mr James H Thomas ot tc E Ft Hartford cUgirborhcod exhibited to U3 Mor lay u itlckta wjob three Islet The bird is about three nwtika old ri is lid pert ns sir ortllry chCckerf at tet age Like imot other rlfcoted birds tho extra ore Is I l1t la locomotion It extends rather rcomracd cud Oaniand from its body Unlike otter euth iblria which lave teem brougit to our no tice It has every rppoaItwmu that it will live to develop into n grown fowl The tore Ircuk tolongs to MJThcnins rrjotherln ftw MSB Jce B Saodetfur cf the Beaver Dam netghboiihood Mr S B Lee local manage for the Aue can Tobacco Ccrtiuoy ct Nor rows enterticEtd n uunibcc of his fricrds at a tumptlous ish fry on the Wi k of Rough River at Carters bead Wciaesday Tle guests were Moseys J C Eneeboiid Turner Burns McFarlnrd Canes Wail GlClierit Lee Dudley Btxct4t of Owensiboro Oflcnr Hayixs and Robt McCEirty cf WhStte vllle Charlies Bennett of Fords Tie cud J H Ttomas of NOHTOWTS Tie llsli wcne tte brownie the rye breed the snfEttstthe ooze the stiosgetit the mint Jeaiotade the eldest the Lost tte gratiidcst nrd the guests the JoJJIet eyes A Pure Food Demonstration You are cCilily Invited to attend a Pure Focd Deanonrtiatton to be hed In our ttoite text Saturday Mhy 22 A reprerettotive of H J Hcrz Co wit be piret it nrd expttidn ally- tie 57 Varieties one st every requlre mea of the Pure Food Laws Hut samples will be sewed ail day The NvatIotal Cake cud Ortackcr Co wl o4so iavea rCTrpEetitatlve presi ert and it wlil be no coaca of interest to you J C ILERj Hartford rKyk I t I t f AETNAVILLEr J May 18 Several frcmthls place ate t rtd1 title Bi isnimucdf BaKey tiovTn Oweuadro Frlrnya z Miss Ritlr tldtiJ ylfXtinfe tcr ere in MJwclam Lciyftt JJewef D m Mf V BMorgeb g Magsdvlstfetf YItIdMr std 3i3sJnnies Dlvccs vislted Jhdr daughter lira Robert Nekton Gt foTrl 1 and Sctwiiay MUa Louts Harrison Is vleltlng r 1a lYe in Qwewboit ttts wcekt MOr U vistpdfr en11s- r1 i ivgtltvilil bmVnatorolta5tweok Ii WdGuPiiKipo WCCt to Owe barn Frldcy OftTyceroBdwoEanfiBdfica Ever wwat toFbTdBvlCa MonBay v MT JacoUi Newton putted his son Mr RMJeH Neiwtoc fit latoud last weekvrr f iI Mr lEt Hj Morgan1 d1 son Master Jewel Adair went to Haynefiville MonfliV ItrMf1 tfcilTCeB Fofflolthlff plaoe Lau iho im hpbaI 1i tl1L I F I X i W Easy in Any Position W 11And positively no danger If they rip 1 ora button comes off 1 Oc That means one thing HE WEARS DUCHESS It also means one thing more If bought in Ohio county they were purchasecTat the Depend i CoUa rtf d KyroII lI00IIm CENTRAL GROVE May 19Rv E H Mcoiox tfltl to 11M his appointment here Scturdaj and Sunday by reason cf thett tat he was in attendance at the SoUth C1 Baptist Corvectlon ct Louisville Del1burgTennjand r Miss MUtle Leisure is virftlng in Central Oty the guts of Mr std Mrs Lon ie Wililams Mr C L Lorey wlo lea been In Louisville lor the past Kveraj reeks has returned Lcae- KP Ncnh Rowe wect to ControOitp Sunday retuning Mouy Mrs Charles Sturgeon Evansvlllo Is visiting her couain Mmsv M FI Faught i Mtscumes Ellien Hoeklns aid Jas Baize Williams Mines visited Mas i R N Locey who is tIck Monday Mrs H B Fttught Is having chi7 Mr S M Dexter and MIssrMargaret Baker Mr CaHTOay and Miss Mary McKwirjey CenteitowD vlsut ed Mr Jsarcs Cooler Sunday dtemco iA few of Central Grove people wut to Rough RivET locks Succcy f Mr Dafclel Farr of W1 con sin and Mrs B Ulo Leteuie wre IIcenceofJ 3 Ilers Specials for Friday and Saturday 4 pkgs Chase anxl Sanborns Circle Blend Coffee VV 75b 4 doz SoarRcke9 t 23c- C Bars ivory Sbefi25Lr1 doz Lemons lSc 1 Box Irma Oil 0ik sap 20c a tans Grated Plneappfe S5- cTwp3lb Cozs plo thcsn 25- NW Cabtuge a rcezita per Ib Wej will Rita havomew BeatBJ PecB Pototocs nn Tcrnatow r RENDER1 May Ift Iijr Hoeoid P I f In 11113Cabofowtral WT nd4YwIe Ens Sircon Jones and Sfmop t Qn Bv were fc Ceprrat City lutj Wedrelday enkttirsday jiUssc NeSyw Harris c d iBabel Fal- lwHo4tfotdl Thuttldx- Dr H B tapes and B W Pctete were to Hrtfowl lart TtourEiony on legal busineea Bvttts DuPoat of JotcBtown Pd Hartfordtrhere e Mr O W Harris wne do mta4tio twit Wedtttiay qi I JW Bnkar went to tofilllviiie s tunny Me MftTtlc Fukcwn wont to ral City Satudy where Suturciny Fulkensoa cf Beaver Iun was IWm Galthr of Miliwcod iwnd M r and MTS Niatc H Bnrfiif Jr Wore hjare J Sunday Ike H cvey wert to Sfnunons Sunday Mr end MTP McDowell Fe4r wore in Hartford Suttiiy- M tfs Jaro 4 Ht1d1n ahd Oxvir Par LoU ato1Ioo the Iarcmm wad Radoy circus in Owecuboro FrttRy allIWit to ailcdag City and Rouhoater woos they wild vltit ard rxh for a tow day C W WLite of LouBi o and W S Vlck ol OwecsLoio wore pore yesterday Vjfc J L Neighbors Beaver Dam was thQ gucet oi hw i aaerte Mr and Mxs L Fnmcls yetitordty F 0 Alden and family moved from bet Olatcc yesterday Mr and AlrsC P Auitin of Beav csr Dam ad Dr J T AUCniCey of Simmons were Loe today Emelss HcnW1s on the sock list at iia writtog 4 WYSOX May 19Iir W P Ronnctit woct to Louisville Moiday Mir AKen Taylor aid wife visited Mrs Taylors loarWItstcQ r Cromwell Monday Wire Hlel Taylor sent Moaday with Alas Pearl Daveavoiit XMlsa Gettrudw Ico1als visiting mends End relatives in iHsrtforid- Wlss Dee Browflv who aias iboai teach lug putwe tUvlfclUngh6B parents att r tDG1 m rrc- 3iI ilw I SItGIe Ec ai was the guest- of Mrs W P Beckett MoWdnynight 51 SVjrSSarBe JpnesJIaiiWord Is vis sting reCatlves in thIs cnniu dtyfMr nd airs JUF+ ittllld tht- 1dryhere tie euuts cf Mssr R V DaVerpor4SundayMr J Davoniiort via iedrInltnn Williams SuHJay1 r totlXts 8 Agnes CasrpJieJd Is quite sick of pneumonia I A eB Martha and Carrie Elliott nttd lertrude Baugla were he guests TaylorTpesdayvIghdIay- t J HixS1r1fJ LW isCson sent Sun day at Mm R V DaTeinnort 1 h- b w i fiSORE ENUUGU- t TALKING TURTLE cjl7formed Capsin of Steamer That Sharks Were 1 s Astern Qlptain Oertel who commands th United Fru1t ornI anys stanch steam t J3h1p Bradford Whlch arrived recent x Iy ttmm Port J1tooJo Il made firs j to Pier o1 North River to thandl Passengers and to discharge a bIg car t So of bananas ans asked what behnd seen or especial interest on the trip Pi mad wtlher the sea rpont wassight- r XL CatnJn Oertel replied We dont pay any more attentIon to marine monsters They must keep abreast of modern times and fly b- endte our curiosity nowadays Saw I 1t itiunge creature on the passege out wt time It was going through the ntr Btl1ghtnhg speed We didnt catch him no Just now I am devoting my time tO studying the language cf n turtle which talks Want to see him Right alt here gentlemen I1he obliging skipper led the any ton small tub in which II young turtle of the hawkbill spock was paddling around Captain Oertol said he had not been able to interpret any of the sounds emitted from the ntten- uatcd throat of the turtle but was sure that otter a little study It Would be mOre intelligible than Prof Garner monkey language He came aboard On the south bound trip of the present voyage In a- very unceremonious manner said the OaptMn We were not farfrom the little 1sond of Camay Brae oee or the Vest Idles when my bosun Infor ed me somethtngwas disturbing the lot line Haul it In I said As t1leI line IlS hauled aboard there suddtn disturbance when ore or the knots reached Oho surface and there wa my bold turte with the line gripped in his teethno I mean bl3kandI troop we had Mm on deck I No coner Iud he truck the deck I than ho perched on his hind feetI- moon flipperstend delivered himself of n sharp Cry Then came a word sure enough Sbnke sharke my- boeun deekrred it was Wlerctbout asked the bosun Astern snapped the turtleor It sounded like that We all looked astern md sure cough there Were sharks New York World Kentucky ducati taco Asso ciatiou Tike thirtyeghth annual meeting of the Kentucky Edumtlond Associa- tloa wI14 Le held at Estill Springs Irvine Ky on Jute 22 23 end 24 1909 Txeae Is ptobalJly JI p+ ce 4n- Icentuoky w ell equipped and co- edmirtbly adopted to the tntertain- ment of the A eek tlon foB Estill SprintS The large odfashioned home like hotel can asily aowmmodat four hundred poor The amround- fngg are hcsutiful and the meeting this year should be the gvente at and- best in the hurry of the Oclntion No previous sesefrm of the Kentucky ducaUcJA1 AUlCdft1cn bas been hJd In the muontalns of Kentucky The POOIe or this seutten of the State have given a IR1tiI1 Inrdtation to the people of the UlueroS the JrsrafS the Penvlat e and te- 1uxhase to oorne ever and Ve their guests breath the pure air and learn of the splenndld tcheol work which Is being dune The people or ail sections lK1uld be liS wnilrg and anxious to go as the mwunta4n people ate ailing WIld l11xtcus to have them rome ThE leople of the mountain section of Kentucky need the csdue- afionai enthusiasm und uplift trhft the fJtlt1or fro give just as much WI any other section of tile Stale JSchools are estry Introducing For Forestry Is attracting wide nttep- Uon among the schools of the United States Not only hae many colleges and untveriiities introduced courses and evea professional sehcols of for utty but elementary phcses of tho- I subject have been lntmduced into hun dreds of the graded and hIgh tichoos and teachers give IIthUflastic so parts of the succea which Is attenck Jag tie new study Pub1c school twchers Say that they Me found 4a- tt a subject lnterecting to ebdldrun- zind one mhch furnishfs much attaet- lve tangible mattaial to work upOn r t deteloping the chUds observaton and being at once aoceptable to the young mind end most practical le public schools of WuhfngtonD c and Of parts of lawn are in the vanguard of this movement Evtsy mdro school In WJUhington enda arger number of the rural whooa fP- ottawttaAiie county Iownnre tiRY teahlng the elements of befr r o connection I1th home geography and gtonagriculturevcboole it is tied Ju the nature study courses The four upper grades of th WnshtngtorEchoo uav vtudyhg the forest and ihie YEW 011are following pmctiwliy the same outline next year this outllno will be contltred w the fUth grade while the other grades will allow IW outline one step advanced and so on until by the fourth Year II tour year ourte t m have boon introduced As a preparation for this work ores try has been taught In the Normal School of the District of ColumbIA fOr several ycar TOM and when the thetactual work of teaching they ere ready familiar with the etnU1I or elementary forest study Prominent among the other normal schools or the country to take up Work of this kind are thGlSe of Cleve Ohio I Rochester N Y arid Jaict 111 There Is II Sectoo of th Forest Ser Aig1Iwith schools In teaching forestry and Its related snbjfctr This coopen- atlon Is not limited to technical schols of forestry it Is equally open to prlmar and kttdergarten grades it is cs willing to help torch tree study In a fiat year rulturestudy cLass as to assist in the establishment or n professional fOrest uiCI This section of education as 4t Is called is now working out model courses of study for graded and high schools In cooperation with the public sehcoit3 of Wuhlngton D C and Philadelphia Pa The work In Philadelphia Is be4ng conducted by W = Clifford held of the Commerce Department of the Southers High school where lie Is building up a modern equipment and evolving a practical system for be- teaching of forestry In high schools In Washington the Section of Edu cation Is direct g a similar work for graded schools to four of the public schools of that city Besides special In the class room the pupics rlHisons and mount specimens of lrovu twigs bark and seeds in conneoton with wood working wood speetments- of dlferent commercial trees are pre pared and placed to cabinets Oppo site each wed section Is placed the name of the wood its qualities anal uses Extensive Held work is planed for the spring months and theI dlferent classes will be brought out Into the wocdsthere to study the trees it first hand As these courses axe built up and tested they will be published from time to time for illstri button among teachors and It Is expected that the practical lino Q11cng which the courses are being evaived will Win for them II wide appIfooUOlI In other rehols Most of the schoos now tenchlng for eitr me using as text books serial- of the publications isssued by the Forest Service ineludfng Fnnne1S Bulletin li3 A Primer of Foii try The Service alto issues many circulars dealing with local conditions whiob- teechers In the localities dealt with- might find very uwful By writing to the Forest Service Washiagtaa D C IlS many copies of these various tJubll cottons tiS are needed for class room use lIS well tiS other helpful material and Information may be secured free of charge Kentucky Fair Dates Hartford September 84 days Standford Jury 313 days- Henderson July 275 days Georgetown July 275 drysl- dudisoonvlfe August 35 days Winchester August 34 days Bluegress Fall Lexington August 9- 0 days TaylorslIIe August 104 dais Unlontown August 145 days- Horrodsburg August 123 days Lettchieid August 174 dsD- arbounl1e August 183 days Drodhead August IS3 days ShephetdI1le August 183 days Ewing August 193 days Shelbyville August 245 days Elizabethtown August 243 days Spritgfleid August s4 days London August 254 days Florence August 2ri4 days Frankfort 313 duys- HrdIDSburg gust 313 days Nieholasville August 314 days Tompkinsvillle September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardstown September 14 days HodgenvUle September 73 days lfontlceilo Septt1mber 74 days Glasgow Septemer 84 days Sanders September 84 days Kentucky State Nr Louisville Sep- tcmber 138 days Srottsvttle September 183 days diedford Octooor 12 days Kentucky statistics Admitted to the Union Jute 11792 Kentuckys population slightly in excess of 2240000 Area 41363 sgitane mites wo thirds the entire teriitory of New England In years tJ btatera hurley- tobectxr crop Is worth 14000000 States eretbtest length 4ii greatest fbtedty175miles 1IesI Wrer boundary iN j P4naof rclgxi birtOriih State I r t tiii60249 tKentucky la Qanroue tor tt Prodtro- UonDf tobacco atihy und mineralsti LJore tempts raised tn th Stole than In any other deritary in the world Kentuckys undeveloped itCleIda could supy the world for 100 yrs Tbreeflftbs of the output bf flour spar in the United States tfrom Ken llck Lead ztc oorolt oil gas coal qnd from are found in commercial quanta ties in Kentucky Marnoth CAve one Of dioworlds wonders lncludeo 200 tiles of subterranean avenues iGolden Rod Is the State lower State trfottoUnttcd we di vided we fall- Popular I name of StateBluegrass Popular name of People = Ooca crackers State name is of Indian origin The Aurora BoreallIThe aurora borealis or nortbernI light Is something that we heard about but very few can give any explanation of perhapsI one definitely knows what but the sclentlsta are pretty well agreed that It Is due to electricity They believe that the light is mode by the recomposltlon of the positive and negative electricity always in the upper and lower strata of all respec tlvely M Lenstrom made an Inter esting experiment In Finland in 1882 his object being to determine the na turn ot the aurora He had the peak of a mountain surrounded bya cop per wire pointed at intervals with tin nibs When ho had charged the wlre with electricity n yellow light a geared on the tin tips and an ex- amlnatlon of the light by the spec troscope revealed the greenish yelloW ray that is a marked feature of the aurora This evidence among scl entists Is almost convincing for It is by means of the spectroscope that we discover the constituent parts of the sun and the starsExchange Thou Dust on Point of Fox Fox blades were celebrated all through the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries for their excellent temper and mention ot them Is frequent In English drama This Is their history There was n certain Julian del Rei believed to be n Morisco who set up a forgo nt Toledo In the early part or the sixteenth century and became famous for the excellence of Ms sword blades which were regarded as the best of Toledo That city had for many ages previous been renowned for sWordmaklng It being supposed that the Moors Introduced the art B they did so many good things from the east Julian del Rds mark was a little dog which came to be taken for a fox and so the fox blade or simply fox for any good sword See Henry V act 4 scene 4 Thou dlest on point of ImitatedIinblades of comparatively modern manu facture which still bear the little dog of Julian del RelLondon Notes and Queries A Royal Snake Slaughterer The secretary bird is one qt the most precious birds in South Africa It Is royal game and any person destroying one Is liable to a fine of 50 Majestic looking birds thew stand about three feet high and generally go In pairs They are of drab color wltb black feathery legs and are valued for their propensity for killing snakes Where the secretary bird Is seen there are sure to be many reptiles about The bird beats doWn its adversary first with one wing and then with the other at the same time trampling on It with its feet until the snake Is suffi- clently stunned to catch It by the head with Its claws Then the bird rises far up In the nil and drops Its victim the ground to be killed By this means thousands of venomous reptiles are destroyedLondon Scraps AI Caleb Powers Visits His Famous old Law Instructor Hon Caleb Powers CIlner Seoa- etsry of State was In Lebanon a few hours Tuesday fir Powers was returning to Ug hcma at obounville from asuccerttul lecturitg tour In tbe North send while ut Junction O1itytJhe thought entered his mind that ris Ire was sq near his distinguished ddmw Instructor the Hon JPUdOT Knott he should make him Co brdefvisit The Governor greeted Mr Powers very cordiajy lit his 41oma and th8 latter seemed moved tO the deepest emotion when he pros OldedtJheoppo titnlty oncemere to griJP the hind pf the veneroble old gentleman whom hsaJiad always temembered so lovingly error Knott was quite fondoflIq Powers vihen the waeI s PUll it 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Joiners local No t 1881 moots 1st Saturday night in each c DLuce t OFICIAL ROSTERrAmerican Society of Equity ofJNational OfficersaC O Pies Greenville IllEF SHARP VloePrGreen Ky S D KUMP See pollsritJ J C CANTRlLL Pres JSiJOhioS L STEVENS Pre Beaver Dam g Icyr ti CCAL0 E tlCOUNTYKyM DeWeeee Chair nan Hart ordt 11No2 J A ne1amr Wddtesv111e 4 y v ID Baugnn Hartford R F D No b UFD51Uohlm1 llummar IWIJCIB G J L Drawn Rockportt If t1 1 LILECTRIC bIftEtfItIt4tidUrele lQi ii4l rn iM d creliH h IeK bI DlsiIR4ut MAtol ae 11tit i4 lIadigiMlos Mlrlss UouutMt t t 7 l a Ili j F DiVORCED THREE TIMES AT 25s l Matrimonial Career of a Young Woman Who Achieved Notoriety by Bet coming ChildWife of Gen Cassius M Clay r Amother chapter in the ovnetful career of Dora Richardson once the ohlM wlfe of Gen Casshis M Clay and one ot the most discussed woman 4n the nitro States was wrItten las week when she Was grouted ede cree divorcing her from Samuel Thom as The matrimonial career of Dora Richardson began when she wosthlr teen years old ehe at that age becom Jng the wife of Gen Clay and now a the age of twentyfive years she has married and divorced three men while a fourth committed suicide because he was denied the privilege of being countedUks one of tte husbands of oho uncouth country girl Previous to her marriage to Gen Otoy Dom Richardson had two suttON tar her childish heart In the person of William Bryant and Riley Brock and while neither thought of marrying the girl at that time she being only twelve years old both loked for ward to the time she would be old enough to dcelde which one she would choose for a life partner It was at this time that Dora went tfor a visit to her brother del Richardson at White Hall the Clay mansion In Madison county and following that visit Dora reurned to her tome and Informed her youthful suitors that she intended to become the bride of Gen Olay Both young men tried to persuade her against the marriage to the aged veteran of the Mexican War but without avail and on December 13 1894 she became the mistress of White Hall The shock was too much for young Bryant and he ended It ay by the salcide route Not to young Buck however as he believed there wus plenty of time due both to the tender years of too girl and the increa Ing age of Gen Cloy rind his hopes and ambitions were realized even be fore he expected as utter three years of wedded life little Dora grew tired ot the seclusion ot the Olay mansion bratrh It was not long after her return home that the courts gave hoar tree dom and the right to marry agxlaanld she was not long in taking advantage of the oportunlty to marry Broekwfho had renewed his suit for her band even before tho courts had given her the right to marry again The marriage of the girl to Brock was almost as stormy as the one wi Gen Clay is Brock scon became thI and reckless and on several was arrested and thrown In Jail These arrests began shortly after the mar riage of Brock and Dora and the girl would spend days at a time Just outside the coIl occupied by her hus band and plead with him to reform and upon promise to do so she would pledge the property given her by Gen Clay to Secure his liberty pending trial and engage attorneys to defend him Although never convicted on a se rious charge Brock caused his wlCaI to dissdpate much of her little fortune In freeing him and whoa it became apparent that he was beyond reforma tion Dora left him and fifed suit for divorce Shortly after her divorce from Brook Gen Clay died and a few months later Brock was killed by a railroad train many believing that it was a case of suicide because of his wifes divorce Little was heard of Dom after her divorce from Brook and few knew that she had been married to Thomas until her petition for divorce was tiled when it became known that oho had been married three years Aud n6wat the age of twentyfive years Dora RichardsonClayBrock rrhomas Is regarded as the muchly married awl nrucby divorced young wo mon of Kentucky and those who know tier do not lok for her to remain single long She still retains much of tha valuable property given her by Gen Olayaftflhetlmie of thellsepsiUonaedl divorce and should she desire to eon tinue the reputation began at the 093 ot twelve years amid continued uu n te1Tted unt11 the present time it is likely she will find suitors In the village of Pinkard Jessamine bounty where Bhe now resides on property bought for herby GCnClay I Man With a Wired Artery James Mulhare wto lind lived for two and ihali yeara with 75 feet of1 wire wound about his right carotid ar very died on Friday IrrBellevuSilHo pifel ilujhare came to Bellevue ton october 17 1906 He tae home i r friendless and suffering frog atooablf i 1j t f r r 1 r 1 0 ism An exomlnation showed that his right carotid artery was affected by an aneurism of advanced ment In an effort to reventlthe ar tery bursting Mulhare was removed to the ul1calward Y1er Dr tl Ham C Lu k wiiinied tho weakened blood vessel with wire Three operations wre neces ary Co carne was adminUtetfcd to the patient and electricity wasusad l to coagulate the good during the cperaiicCas ito wire used was a very tine strand of gold In all 75 foot of wire was Wed and Mulhnres artery wes wraped as a bnactafl tat is wound with tire tape The wire aparently had tho desired effect for the man lived for 30 months His death on Friday is thought to bo due to seme trouble other than the arterial weakness The operation aroused much Interest among the Bellevue physicians For simiiatfound better Electrodes were applied at tho back of the neck during the operation Dr Lusk is to perform an autopsy on Mulhare to attempt wetIn the potters field Dr Lurk Is go lug to see that te Js decently buried A Scanded Boy Shrieks horrified his bJer1frs3fartl Tam of Nebo Ky wlao writes that when aU thought toe would die Buck leas Arnica Salve wholly cured fhim Infallible tor Burns Scalds Cuts Darn Wound Bruises Cures FeverSaras Dons Skin Eruptions Chilblains Cha ped hands Soon routs Pllea 25c at all druggists m A MOST DARIHO ELOPEMENT Harold Would Outwit Her Papa by a Bold Scheme Butt Papa Was Right on Deck fA young roan whose front name wa Harold loved a maiden win In his fancy seemed to be an angel For six weeks he went to see hoc almost every night although she frequently gave him o understand that her father might be obIjPapa la so foolish aobut me she was In the habit of saying He atway thinks whenever a young man comes to eee me more than three or four times that he is going to lose me Isnt it shy of him And 0 you would be frightened If you coud hoar about the things he says he will do to the man who at lat succeeds In win ning me I am almost afraid that you ought not to come here any more This roused a great fear to spring up within the young mans breast The thought of losing this muchprize maiden almost maddened him and one night after she Lad again warned him ot the danger that he was in he ask ed her to elope with him At first she was horrified at the idea but he succeeded before they parted In per suading her that It was the only thing for them to do So they formed a plan a deep dark plan whereby her Jealous father was to be defeated in his desire to keep the malden from annexing a husband Beside the castle In which the maiden was compelled to languish there grew a treea tall and sturdy treewhose branches began to spread out some 20 feet above the ground Harold was to climb up this tree crawl along a limb which extended toward Sylvias window and having reached It give a signal after the manner of the call ot the cuckoo Then the lovely lady would emerge from her prison put her arms around her lovers neck and peiiilt him to bear her safely to the ground On the appointed night Harold waited in some shrubbery hard by the home ot his loved one and at the appointed time he stole forth through the darkness toward the trod that was to enable him to climb to happiness Heavy clouds overspread the sky shutting out moon and stars The world was burled In almost inky black ness With a resolute heart Harold crept on getting nearer and nearer to the mistress of his affections At last he drew a long glad breath and Stood up beside the tree The he sounded the call of the cuckoo and was thrilfed t3hear the saah above him softly raised Courage darting he hoarsely whls pered I come He had put his arms around the tree and succeeded in shinning upward 6 or 6 beet Whoa the inatdons tether came around the corner of the house breathing as one who labors heavily Walt he said you might tear your pants or get hurt that way Ive brought you a ladder Thea Harold forgetting that the maiden was glorious let go and roan awdy falling over a tivheelbarrowand- esolving never to return Chicago RecordBeaidt J A 1 I J Y COMES TO HUNT PIRATE GOLD TreasureSeeking Octopus Prom ises Only 4000 Per Cent Harry L JJcwdoln the hydraulic engineer Who announced eome time ago that he was going after that part of Captain Kidds treasure which tie ubiquitous old bey Is tupposed to have buried in a hole 160 feet deep up in the middle cf Oak hand which is In Jlohone Bay on the south shore of Nova Scotia has detlded that Its too big a Job to tackle wtbotut selling a little stock first Much as Mr Bowdota would have liked to hove dug up the treasure all abne and divided the awag with himself foe cant quite manage it unless scene of the Harvard treasure seekers who came to grief down In Southern waters iwlll exchange tack with ihfcn or some persons who are looking for a 4000 per cent investment Will agree to take u few spates In the Oil Gold Salvage and Wrecking Company just theaTerritory cf1 Tizona If Skiper Scald Harvard 98 end the other members of tfco former crew of the good treasure seeking ship Mayflower will go to with elm Mr Bow thep1 company gain price of 76 cents a share that is if they will throw In with tiat amount of cash the shares In their Southern Reseirch Company organized to get those pieces of eight sunk in the Ship Good Faith off the Santo Dominica coo together with ail their Teoods iwrtuirl to that sunken treasure so that the Od Gold Company can go after that after It has got up the 10000 000 or a burled on Oak Island Captain Buwd ln aye tost ihe has already broached the subject of a truer ger of the treasurer trove concerns to the Harvard capitalists who are now thtuWng It over It such a ccn wlidutSon te formed it Is very possi ble tbut most of the Old Gold stick will be taken te says by a syndicate formed by these Harvard men or rath er he hopes It will be In which event there want be mtuTa of a chance for the public to get aiy of the 4000 per cent dividend to be declared in July when the 10000000 is dug up However Mr Bowdoln as President of the Old Gold ompany Iras started wiling stock at 1 a shone to the public and is advertising it as a pret ty euro 4000 per cot dividend payer next summer on the strength of what the dinners up there in Nova Sontii says Just to be prepared In case the merger doesnt go through as planned Lest investors should be a trifle timid It ought to a sold rigbt here that theres no doUbt that theres pi rate gold down in that hole Tradltioa says its there nod so do F L Blair and some of the farmers Mr Bkuir works in a real estate office in Aim heat Nova Sooth when he isnt hunt In tar treasure and he has been ipok 1ns into that hole so he tolls Mr Bow bin for more than thirty years He says that he brought up once u piece of old sheepskin and somebody e se says that some time bock somebody brought up a little bit of gold M BDwdola d3esnt know where flhegoM la now but he knows that Mr Blair has the sheepskin because hele seen that and where tberea sheepskin theres treasure they bted up Nova Scotia way Mir Bilr who is Vice President of the Old Gold Company Isnt at all sure whether the hole belonged ID Capiufa KMd or old Black Beard In fact Mr BowdWn dowse at kris office 001ginningBlair soft he was pretty sure it wasnt Captain Kidds Mr mar wrote that I hed heard the atoiy tart the old pl roCe hud once offered to give a bawd of gold that wouldi go around tie globe fa return for his ireofcnn tut still he didnt believe he dug that hole items more gold down In that hole than CaptttSn KIMd ever saw he said in his letter whdch asked how the stock was swlltag Bowdoln explained nct long ago that he shad only incorporated the OM Gold Company two weeks ago but he al ready thus a man trying to sell some stock down In Bridgeport wad anoth er down around the Treasury Depart ment In SVashinBton because itheyVe auposed toUke gold tkere and know all about It As Mr Bowdota explained yesterday there are 250000 1 shares fThey were aftl turned over to- blrlair In return for bis release4rrtbte- hole fflSr BJadr Ja to keep 40 per cent of the treasure represented by eo much of the etock Me BcnvMoin Is to get 20 per cent and the company the pamalnttng 40 per caret fTiat mows flOOOOOO for tie rest of the coimipany and 2000OPQ tor iMr Bow dour If twddttoa Is rtght iTieJd1tloDEC3tbt somebody once fouDdia stone dnwtttnthe hole with Ii Bine queer nears on it whtoh taro Interpreted by ajmeboJy traillrlon doesnt mention hits d1eaUtythus- Te v feet below 2000000 pounds Me burled Of course that means Eng lish pounds steiGlng Wtot oie could nein j Mr Biswdoln Is the nmtn iwfco turn pd eiime Hippodrome bullet girts into mennaids by a mectanlcal device and hes get a whole lot of Clew m hQt4ca1 plrate exgktii to tyke up to Oak Island by 1 if the stock tolls well Only farmes lave beea poking In tlWhoo thlveoi8tlnfztlltake ibcut three weeks to pump toe hole out und dig down to the treasure he thinks and all he needs Js about 20000 Alter gettingthe gold down in twit tiCe tihe ompany Mr Dw doln says U g4ng right down to San to Doming to tackle tie Job tha HIr vard toys mudded They were actuated largely by een tIme said Chief ATgI nut Bow dota yetetdjy whereas were going for tie sed tlsJrg and will use a ten inch pump instead of u twDinoli pump down Vee After that we may try the Gt al Grant sunk under a cliff la Auckland Island 30 yens ago with 40000000 bound frcm Australia bj England The cliff is 1600 feet high andshes way underneath It Looks hard dwsnt it But its easy Well Just icwer a ycofoCd over tie cliff run a cilsssa down to the ship send a diver down lain tie treasure had ot the ulilp and bring up the gold Then theres the Pwvabeck sunk up In Lake Huron with gad and cop per bull a You know It all belongs to the nvan who gets it and it youve got tie tools you can get it ItM tike oaiy a few thousand dollars to get the I7000COO ttat these Harvard felloraj vi te after and well piobab ly go t re are we get trough up at Oak Island R Heres One for Shylock If the Shylock of oM Venice were still 11 vk 5 and hankering for hi pouri of ties a iie could get it cheap at Beth vUIelr he oould base his transaction on the verdut cf a Jury In ta ClxuJt Court tliee Tihursiiy Harry Joseph who alleged ttoit lie was fiaUey aEprlosned at the Instance of Harry Rosenberg a rival merchant asked 5000 nor the kiss of 10 pounds while la duresvllCe and for 55 hours mental anguwih The Jurya warded Joseriii 1 cent In ATnecloan oain or 1 mill per pound for flesh and nothing for the anguish Joseph and Rcstatecg are meroluints at Uebanon IlL and got to iawtng OdrbUOlIre33 disputes R3teabrg sued Joseph for sliindtr and by agree ment between attorneys got a Judg meat for 50 Joseph got out of pay- leg by proving that he bed Isss tJian tOO worth of prjfeiiy and wua Judg ment proof under the law Ryseabergs lawyers found toat If Rosenberg would pay toe cost of keep leg Joseph he could have him com mitted to Jill After Jweph iha l been In Jail 55 hours he was released on u wt of habeas corpus and promptly Instituted suit for fatee imprison meutSt Louis Republic New Millinery Establisement Mrs I A Lee has recently open ed a splendid line of Millinery at pleasedIlatest patterns in hats and every thing pertaining to her line at the most reasonable price Call and ex amine her line before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show or try on hats REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landori the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles fromSunnydale direct ly on the M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water- i i A four room house In Hartford lo cated on the Pike Yo acre lot splendid well of soft water plenty I of fruit for small family Tote Is desirable piece of property IIn A nwe house and lot situated In Pair ground addition to Hartford Ilot 110x145 feet house four room cot tage a good nwe barn Desirable lo cationHouse and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets now owned by E Crabtree This la one of the finest locations La Hartford and the property Is In good repair House contains nine rooms and there is a never falling spring of sttt water on the lot Tihis property can be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam In good state of cultivation good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberies good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of m house hen house coal house goo well Located in good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentls public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located In good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and outJFOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town in Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulaessa For full particulars call on us S7 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance In good state of cultivation A tract ot land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mite southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered I 50 acres in cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending I a well kept farm- i A tract of land on Halls Creek one Smile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In DO toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose Is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge If no sale Is effected List your property with us or it you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY Wall Paper Ii Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than allelse q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE efectionofthe widest range of choice in pattern andpriccg 1 submitted and estimate furnished upon request WDLUCEIPAINTING AND DECORATING 115 lain Street Hartford Ky mr gDnJC U DAONETT 0E8alTt BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY I will practice their profession In all the COWlIgiven to all business entrusted their care Collections and the Prac IIto Of Criminal and Real Estate Law taltiea Office In Republican build ling FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pension Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Stori K L IlEAVBIK KI1NEST WOODWAHi HEAVRIN WOODWARD ftttosRevja oA claw HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank W HUARSE8 s A ANDEBBOH BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they hava formed a partnership or the pine tice oC Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south aide of Main atreet opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES- S A ANDERSON JOHN D WILSON CIIA9 MCIIOWB WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House D TRADEMARKS promptly obuiaal la TSTHATipuBM laUlielp rau to moon Band model photo or ketch for FREE report SURPASSINGBook on Profitable Intent write to B03BOB Seventh StreetWASHINOTON D C KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS t KingsNew FOR COUCHES o 1f Ttlr 8odl Fro ANDALLTHROATANDLUMTBOUBIU SATISBAOTOIioa d- 000RiZoAiorDLfc rcnuil =report paeata ut rUcoprrt htiMo IN ALL COUNTRIES Battle Jtrttt with War Ngfoaaver tie- wooandgmfllpakaf slnlr1n1taIts Lola Itnrt spp Vatted Net morn 0a c r r i I gAN POWDER The most li blrtefned and healthfuF of baling po dens itst constant userin almost vepr Americanhousehold 1 its sales all Jo eC tile wori4 1 attesri wonderful po iilaiity and usefulness RECEIPTS AND- EXPENDITURES a For Weeks Series of Col lege Entertainments By the President With a Brief Statement of the School- Workr RECEIPTS J32 season tickets at 80c105GO 22 reserved seat tickets for Wed nesday evenIng at 25c 590 52 reserved seat tickets for Thursday eventag at 25c 1300 12 reserved seat tickets for Friday evening at Mc 600 Total amount of rates made by Wayne Griffin1290014- S general admission tickets at 20c sold at door Tuesday evening 2140- ld general admlrslon thirsts at lOc sold at door Tuesday ev ening 160 28 reserved seat tickets at I 25c sold at door Wednesday evening 700 G6 general admission tickets at 20c sold at door Wednesday evening 1320I 9 general admission tickets at 1Oc sold at door Wednesday evening 90 Iii reserved seat tickets at 25c sold at door Thursday evening 900 24 general admission tickets at lOc sold at door Thursday evening 240 90 general admission tickets ut 20c sold at door Thursday evening 1800 atIIev- ening 950 2F general admission tickets at 35c sold at door Friday ev cuing 990 9 general admission tickets at 20c sold at door Friday evening 180 I Total amount of sales for t- heweek23270EXPENDITURES Stage 120- Dropcurtain frame 7S loving Plano to and from court house 300 Sheet music at Wayne Grl fins 310 hooks dinlogues plays etc by L N Gray 735 Tacks paper for carpet and putting down carpet 55 Rout of carpet 160- Arranging roolllrht by Joe Miller 50 Electric lights h 570 Sheet music etc IJOUjht by Miss Mattie Moseley 210 Nooks etc bought by Miss 3lnynie Shown 1 0 Books etc bought byltS Wedding 7i Factory and bpuols ii CosJ t t aIcatsonY Calico and cambric Cogf I 160- Co age ctwplIq etc 50- Tallleaux material at lIahrord Drug Co r 80 A r pfatrl6nting billslit W nry1f Q9 JAd rttslnslt rald 9Q Ado tI8lng Republlcan 320 hixpreseon advertising matter t5ofJanitor at court jiouso for the I weekr 31M Man tobelp clpan court Irousa u t9ndaY6I io 35 house programs three eveniInge + l 225 angesof 250 76 Lecture Friday night 6500 Reimbursement for sale of tick I etc 60 i2837r lfundt 11 fh ylOUt r t Yl jI a c k te shall itemotr penseierhaple- wg than Iob ltasrnot yet been pre seated for payment A more detailedstatement of re celptaand expeiditures g e with receipts will be tiled with the Board of Educatlon It Is n great satisfaction to us to be asspred even by some who were at first Inclined to oppose the idea of charging admission fees that not onlydtd all opposition to the plan of lttirary fend cease bQgen erir approval was d as coop as he was tully inderstood by- t6epatrons therefore I again express to Ila ron8 antI rrlellds our apprecla- tien of Your kind words your assist once and your faith in us and our methods I can only say we have labored incessantly to build up your school and advance the interests of your childrenboth of which are dear to your hearts It Is the custom in the Western and trorthern States so tar as my knowledge goes to charge II small re commencement exercises each- year and as a result a splendid working library has been built up In con uecUon with the public school of each and every hamlt When I say work miseelslaneous collection of books which have no drec and vital connection with the regular school work Per aps It should be remarked that Isvlanof raising a library fund was submitted to the school board aear ago and was approved by them It has been carried out according to n understanding at that time if- certo a timehonored and sacred custom has been broken and the violator of that custom Is deserving or the eplthetllIconoclast and vandal then I wIll accept the criticism But ny friends I know you too well to ex pcct from ou other than words of ap Probatlon In truth I woulll rather have given 40 to the library fund than to have assumed the obligation ot paying aU oxlenses of the entertainments and to have worked as hard ass we have worked for the past ten weeks There are just three ways of get tllIg a library1 by direct taxation 2 by donations 3 by entertainments This district Is already taxed to lire limit The donations which- have been received during the past tlv3 rears would not stagger anyone can see no difference between hav Ing 1Iay entertainments In the middle of the school year which has been done apd having like entertainments at the close except there is a much greater loss to the school Work to have such entertainments In the mid die of the year Ve tried the plan of having the children huy their own supplementary books bat It was a failure Many were no able to provide themselves books Eveything needed 1n connection Vth the entertainments vas paid for there re no complltpentary tickets weWIhpn to any one We express our sincere thanks to aU musicians and others who coritrlb uteri so much toward making the en= tertalnnwnts a success Our thanks are also due to patrons who costumed their children for the occasion and to Col Barrett and Mi Wilbur Tinsley for their much appreciated Malsmnc- ei tandiing the crowd and tfie able of tIckets at the door LN GRAY 1 ROSINE o clay 19Parmero are aliout dame p4ntt Figcorn ir ac8ytdptil ngtor- th o1t tJ m 11 s fiCed irl rostlAr ap igi tmentThere tUWaTItIg t soli Suaihy t Sunday se11co11s progr ng n1 ly vifOdhisjLu1a Ninr o and a ifac vJsjpod At pie Christianghuraluhene St will tieQOmpteted tlathe near futuro- 0ltr Helve Rerittrow Jt wife pf Home Brundhv1s1tdd Mats Ren awas- lsYetr Mks R 1 A k1 and lalIAUy last 9uiy earl attendedelyurah at IfaceQty3 attlePplleonrvlylted horefa ter sirs iMLnnie oaaDdl1m1ly- n HOt40n- WR an1 htt I t c V rA c 7 STATE WOOLr p ot s lDi I i 1 14 t itJo w v f Made In Louisvillea 5 1iJ r f 11 PerCent Advancer1 d f y diL1Q h- cu t to Over 100000 P indIffiW I Pool and MaybeVIn Ii + rout L7 I1 A creased to 500000 or j sr tff + a than r advnaoe In prloastatdto p 60 ter cent over spneYniltr Iiea of lath year the etitirllrr1909 Wooll oo1jIFJquaylna beetiaofd to the Hunting tan Produce and Feed company o- fHllutlD8tonWvt Theeats Of the tJlg pool was con sumtridted late Thursday afternoon If last week at Louisville between the state Owd of directors of the asso elation and CUStuart of Hddting tad president Of the purchoaing corn 5parry t SlJb teNld far the pool Thvo Lauisvhle a ncnsand flnms adNe r York Boston andLextagto na de bid upon the product t- oilTlie following wthe eahedule prices Thirty cents pet pound for grade No1 clear greafie wool Twentydour cents for grade No2 light or medium burry and c1Wt b- dald lack WOOl Eighteen cents for grade No3 ooa- ststing of hurry wool Any damage not maatioaedaiith e foregoing sChedu e mUbeedjU8tid by two graders one for the buyers and the other for the poolors I hike wool is to be paid for ondell- ot7ot the points dosigmtod and the lrrchasers are tv furnish sacks ror bagging the wool the poolers to deliver tile wool ot the depot at notnt- or delivery and to car when car Is provided The prices bid are net to the sellers The following are the points of de livery Beaver Dam Thursday May 20Y I S1lurdaY1MayMarlon Monday May 24 DIxon Tuesday 3fay 25r a Mayfield Wednesday MaY26 Hendon Thursday May 27 Owensboro Friday May 28 Vritesv11te Satmday Oley 29- talboon i Monday May 31 leland Tuesday June let Any lotaity a0Ich has not been provided with h receiving point may secure one by requesting It The selMng committee for the p9ol- era Is composed of the followtng gen temehE Mann Domosavllle Ky Lewis Honeock Dixon Ky W E Bibb Sacramento Ky Those wishing pooling pledges can secure them by addressing any mum lJr of the selling committee There are now 100000 or more pounds of wool In the poof and tthe priori for which the pool Iiasbo acid it is claimed that the amount will be increased to 300000 pounds probably 500000 At n late tour ye3tor4y mmwe con ered with Mr SoL Stevens over the telerlhooe cndJl reporiM a big delve y at Beaver Ibm bully 10000 pounds And g lelul sat1g taction to all NARROWS t May 19Mr Jack Walker was In Owensboro Monday oabusiirac k1 files Lake JUeS m1svme where asi Sunday gtvingmusic lesooasrj r Mr Ilnarett Coppagonntl nloee5ias Ethel Sandusky Askiis v1tlteJIlff and Mrs Hatti Coppage Saturday and Sunwy Mr Dr lliwhce is visiting re- atRes lnHorrii Draachthi3 week l ti Dr fiD RedroRl w1Cobas boon fterg for game time ongagod in daatal awrc returi9edrbonio Tuesday r Mrs Sallo ActeD Dudes visited Mrs A R RUflOWMon d3Y 3 3Ir Lbyatli ato Ores been teaching scb 1Inlio1V1wfexl 11or the past few months l expeoted lhome tlA ttt1Sn1 ine1 k3dNPetbytras been in tawa far Uiee iCr it der dilj buying stuck- aNissVecl1 tuykoMoI1 DuidI2oet yql- m town itx dayrMrSJoiD Carpahan is In Iptri t yule thin week onIijus1n v tIa Gear81a IAkente went to Fo rd t Vo1 a iirogethr mopthly apotntmcrtat t1 iQuitobed Suarday by the braakfng out1of JeffersontdflaitIace of this ip pee and 3ftisa Dail M1a3I7bp3aeidbpea pertment dot tbe iaa te eoewoda- S 1 ut iftl and alien t tiiJ 8or1 e Eprh work eMS faNt fi3fexioh OL Islano met hes In 1iIiW1ue Tt+eg- aeclftoir 4Y ksotdvll1e W wdnbqukt i 1yi4Ird sdre4uraied hebil hisdI FJYt I IrsLa anfecttoo tf dd 9aitldedrIISriKaeUthtT Mrs klibfalntltrotttird nith1r patbht Sa M itit aiYs riotPtli Mhlch the young 4itll-i IFntSai of it IthC11 laSt sndttatlhit iialrhightthe t4tzens of atrolsar tlllrtilttd tie mil hig Publlo ft1ttW 1it- i b wdhbtr1tte it asJ1oLSj d3 ltl fiaEle lBtiltrJt n safrtudsd 1 h dell lave Uihot- ao I t1 Teas wherifltkWriaiatheir idtnro tides t 71 r HPrEmuoifn rrit lay18rAfrtalid M StArdF yeR p rtr SpqriiNindAy1t r3fan Vdiltamsre a ra t r nt 7f I1rteSq 9 ndrwn la wisltinggtairothors Undn- 0JnnIIlJlI1 n +Ptwr1- t3tiFa Bonnie ICoYYI6tt sits Nancy Rua U btond3y- alfnEd Stage sttptrdsd 8uDday shQOI attldg4rlaceSutiidsT p pL1ss Torn Wd4 om 1wt the guest ol MT W PrdpaYea t3 Y 1MeSars Wm Hai ltD 4nu Robert S rap on MgHezdryflee speadtng taw days nenrhere fl Misee Qbrrle and Ethel Russell spent SUnday with their grandnwther- Mm Lisa 1Job1 ontho is till very m of rheumatbsm 31as Oleo Ford sent Dffareday after noon with Mrs Henry CUmm- itl8JITL Coleman returned home Saturday tram Hartford where he has been atteading EdIOOl Royal YenTh-e Fit enl1h Great Sun Council of Improved Opdor of Red Men or- tIntucky met IIi the hUnting groUnds of Lexington Mhr 11th and 12th with largennmber of ropresoatatives present The big chiefs assembled in the Auditorium which isa large nice new buld1nlg in a beautiful shady park Lextngton Orrxetra IUruish ed taunt for too occnson nter which the Mayor of Ue city made A speech of w come All present that wore not Red Men were then excused Trwm Croat Sachem Jce Kemper raised the gavot atld gave one rot and house came to cider The noun col broad was lighted end proceeded with bustnee3 at 12 oclock on the first day when we uidjourte for dinner pro the tad day we eoWd new qt1oors and tyro Ohio cqunty boys were elooteld air Willie Walker arcs eteoted Groat Represontat1re of the State a Kentucky to uepreoent Vie Great Cbunctl or the United States which meets ILt Detroit ticlligan Mr A 31 Smith of HetlIY m03 appointed as a member of finance committee of PcoahgntusFribe Tire next meeting of the Groat Council will be held at Middlesboro iDawson SprIngs asked for tt but when vote wan taken Midbiesb no won We u enjOw the meeting tine Lexington is a beautiful oUy the p11don spot of the Dluegross and has dine school buildings CANE RUN May 17Healtlh Ln this oo unity- 1s very good at preJKnt- Ohureh was largely attended it tiMe pktce yveterday Rev G H lMvI noe preached Q d SoiifuQn on Oainanu- alon and RptHmbebapbizedt oncar- Mr Toni Duniei3 Sunday eVe at A ooock1 large crowd waapneseat Misses Estey Daniel ndlJIzzie Fore man of Narrows are vlstklg airs Ike Cbt1stian this Ek Mr Ed Tatar and rovlfe were the familyi11iI1 Herbert Wiaop AI t Sunday vojth1ttr LS ooJJ bflaaDfaudt4Vlleaaof OJaton pent SundeywjpialLis IYI81nders Miss Ceara Iitlfer v1E tW her aunt Jra Jo Supday 31r Jasper Bciera and wfe wety tW g1433ta oL3traIllebe Ohxlstlu1- i SI1JJd1il yIAtVle KelleyfebPzt vt dted0tla little amend Ervln Ohrrtbn Sunday Ir indi ri 1bricqL I ti0f hfuuue the beautlful wits of Mr ciceroMgxey btrplaQanlormerlpppt- Shreve prhp dled yuday torn ggrfay II aG1 home peaChr e She wan about tweatyyears of age ar eT u r todusht ar rG v Anen Affer unera1 servlCeu oondubt= ed lbY Rev oBI41 Tihet lreoioins w hid o reet do yLbe M4dkift cetli r1- Sh 1Ueres bea9dda lies huSbEmd Bona Ji1it1 + 81 Alma 1n aged tber and 8eV9It11 brathecffi andsi atotutourr fton so yomngtecieatlOtruel 1nid andaalit e Shebad been 91 dor several mon1lha with tltst dreaded doe sage coneumpttou but DOt unti1 too past iCri dsyn cUdlW glue tip al0sope beatphpsimedlO Md tbut alt JI1ILtn 1r her time tad come to eaeakd only a few beforere ba mil she beds i thoseesonWpea lli- y LfIbIe i trdrrt oIO 1 14 111 II1II Ct6arw I Ik k M r1 h IhI rJbIlrr trw 1 1 L1hrti u C iJt f9Lj J rTYiv J iiN J1N t 1 t b 4th lti fit SrD4 urfR9aN Ojbor goods foll your Produce t u i Ify tl la6ar shPric0stuk a 1tto= 4Rock1 l 1 r rtiIWJlJbigh t cash prices 300 dny iloottlt 1 H i j y q tYJ 1 t 101 J7X nflltDRICES ADE tJ 1 1 77 tIi in f uv t iey ru i1frrr kJFadiJ ff J rxr 1 f1+ n1 F op xm ht tiJ f l1 J i lXJRoo5tels4Mn1 t 4cf 3 lrssar Tlf nthflides tebi7ttlT + i rJWJ yrL Bll- Zrilwiv15caio3OpraJI ro I12I pfAC t 4 rponotfeedPOtiltryrjustbeffffrqselling TlrPll i of dd lo ptgo d lessy y Itm IN 1iIi f r w 14r I w ra mr GIBBS DRY GOODS COir J yrE2BRtHER y 1REID REID 1t- I8QGKPI nT KENTUCKY t oJ 1 1 4Lto Friends O Contestants 1 i The tin0 to hebp y err wnrltiee candidate Is now by your sub BCrip ton to the 1Repubiican Far convenience use the blank below i jDnt i1909LN N N N l 1 i Contest MatmgorRepublfmn Find encf 5L1 to prepay iiliScr1ptonto Tito Repub 11 r lican for ilyeaag btiginning I 1909 Plceae vredit voles In your prize contest to the r following rained nuntestanta f Name of Contestaak Address of Osntestaat c is r I And send the paper to the tollowing addross Natnsof Subs 1ber p Po3loU1 P j NEW orOt iircriptealsindicate by striking out supeiluousword- tx 1 sae always patient and bore her But forings witqout n murmur Alt that loving hands cad kdad earth could do was done for her that she mighte spared us a few mcro years but His will not ourb dote and tWeron oars bowiahvih4ilktuomisslotC to Hlm who dootb nJ things well and bear In mind that ifw Lb live we can some dory mether and sing Hts praises evermore To the bereaved ones we can only shy Weep not Ol darding Maude for she baa gone to tire mansion pre pared for her by our Savior who has sold I go to prepare n place for you And rot only for her bit for iou to bier dear trusaxtndi so be pre paned to meet dear Mande In Heaven abovewhere all IS love We wlll miss her genilo wciotds and pJ81SJnt ml1esw yay6 rnndy to db something tomnke seoee one happy thilnldag not of tbutlof aeaioundlier She bas leto vaatiut- cbatr in that home that aifdoyer be filed aay her tttlgeltedrtdter- whom WaS h i a prret1itllttae ulna and loving as a swife goat- apd true Q n datiltt lYer obedl tryihroughiitP c44S and when th angetscalledlh home hifti1 dt1fteroref e Ut Ii N tii jJUr f hteilo- velyaisTie t kkpsapiithe sunbetlm- laves to r opr sainted ftiond sleelwtlOaeawhdyltaw ad1- ved her 1 BESSIE K a ikSSIE F t steopatheTepa hyiad Meg netta 1in Maotrli1twL s row ip hleaches and rin8 If heiJew how oO1SS l0 I n e fieedabde to stop eyna set0u jut Ix1t 3nr twgIYe q eaj- tisiag1Iedailut s 144nrdusdubwheC- ties 11O e y tf r cabs to iq tdiat I- aqueid teatkiIieNto do Ifiadtbs t JPtt able bo Issrn to- Y iJhi IIDe t1g eeaIJYI It ilea been agteatbb 4alanpee J m11ep1C1rLer adOraI b tornJf eeJ11 jd A mss egtYteert p vltgtd of 1a a degr sf fen stage I hlearned it To thf- w111 Mipeart gie t sbut att- hey have 1e3iced AoWt slap Ules dlkfoalghh6e i8rn10 od rasa wrto vrseat e tP q is put Ie bniauahlobbere I 11 t iM 0 0 W y M ttsuccessfullythink them culrnlas oa away on thod j one thing but 1 have ULudled it till I know It to be Q Saw of nature that is as true es any saw In nature and it you ran ijo what t tU you ilo clothe chi or pain wili trop instantly 1hati found some where they a severe head aohe that tbey trqre upt- lible to atop But take my hands 40 stop it Tall them just whet to and they ould stop their enbes audrpains n4Qvrthat If this ron be taught It win be the grroMst hIeFng to BU- flerlng 1 humanity tanything that hale ever been dlacovered I lI11 ot kite opinion that nun or woman has IO ache or pain that tltey aqn not pa- Ctr they learn just GOdo and low to do This 1960 d4tferent tropi what tp1e believe thAt I expect It to be harden to fake them believe they bavd that power than to tlthen how to useit ilk sliqufl look wlbhfa lot the pqwer to tmro our Its and not without J Ueadi one nor 5QO bow to use this power guarantee to earn him or her 4r refund their money I do vot IVkany one would regret giving Ghat Oarr i the knowledge as I WOuld not take one Itondred times that for U for my- olvp I tl lobllgate one thi toms i or try to teach anyone thaw to U tthla pefo to stop acbgtund Ptiltylst bl Saturday4 t c Y LEN T IMONLIIS Mttt tQ This Ps tY cer tfy- thnt I ttdgk oI1 from C Y l5 pinaandhaveatPvr 1 S J DUNNi 1Qy11tAtaj Painssiiere wince Tc T1I ATTgN 1 to certify that I tocijc a t lessor from C Y Ailed bas agfaclie aadve eto atop tliem ever ehiee MRScolLI1tMslitEL 8 I ifythatfeu oebow toptpp 1 OOuM fop tbem1lO ahU n1EboqJ t 4lavesoce ii TSHfmFN 1owllom ttTCO= 1 kpowrC Ii Alien of Cromwell Ky 1 take Pleasure its reooa eMIng tltyntsdbeevmed Mlei+ 4 I Ji PtI4df j j 1 l T