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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 rf i i i tJttWt1 1t UqflIbIkaThI 1t Fin Job Work kDEVOTED TO TIIEINTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year J VOL XXI rItTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY F1UDAY j UNI 4 9x9 No 4G J J t GOOD ROADS I i FOR KENTUCKY I If Bosworth nstitutional i AniendmentCarries j 4 1Author Urges Voters to Work 7r for ItsAdop bon f Ilo the editor of the IWpub1100uHat1t foU Ky Dose Sir The B03wlOrth S Wyatt Good Rood Annondmont to too CacierUltutdon of Kentuckiy was pacs- t IJ edby the bast Legtsturo bY 1te ab most unanmouS tats card Is to oted on at the next NovembtU1 elf fI tlon iOO9 by tha voters ot Kentuck Y Trds aomstdtvtlrraal Amendment WAS I the csu6t of a very careful stcd of too pro3ent oonrtion of tho Ken tacky ruids and its sryutem of ro1d 1awt3 UnrJec thb Co1lSt1tutIonu- 1AmIandment B county may become f debted for i ad purpo s to tbe Cx tent of live per cEmt of its usie- q JrJ valuation dnstead of two per cent wImh Is the dimlt IlIowWi under IU- prooenrt COnstitution It Ss also pro sided under tints otmondowat that county ITay tuako cn Qdrldt1lOJnl tax lovy of twoaty cents on the Oi1- ehunxLre dulrors to pay the Ink Viand citrate 1 nlnking fund Sor the n3yn od debt cret1 t ibo butM11OOds Thta- DS you will see ininrges the pow- bofthe rs counties so Mat eelIl our paor est oouutdes tray be able to build aRl- maJotnln improved tghtanyz- a h1s kod Rdad OoDl3Jtu1IOool errApledge or deoated to Amy county of the CornmonwE1Au for public road lJUtPOZCS It LooES not sty that StI1te msJthat State lId mny be extended In- bther words It letvea Ithe Lea uhti r e of Kcctuckya future gon rcIHon1J un- trrunmeGl to w1l with tints gNLI- Itlror ttdcm as to Its public tGro mug h fares wd pr vieges then to such fawn renting thereto as- I trtayI may tutmk rlg1t and pipe iDor tJhei best intern t of Kentucky and the r tf lwelfare of our poclre- We bevleva thut It will not be loo- bcDore the Naticaol Oovemn tt wt- foilow the example of every lendl- nutactt of the wovd and wMl ttuke- dlnmd do JclIiDg tE1o states ln this hn- portult work of building and oral tadntag itti Pubtln roads by app rpnk too as 19 now praposa1 bypesd- eglslatfon In our Ndtomab Oongrels3 It ds cur purpo=o that WI be un 1tampered zb tihUt cur cwm State poston Ito be the roleof that roCII1oMI trhI under wthmte- vcondtdoas it nay be oMeied a- at udAt the very first offered oportunlt- in whleh posItion the ttdeption ot t the COnstdtut1ooall ArnendmerG would place our State- The Kentucky Good Rsksooat- ton WtlSoriPnlzeU forthe puriroso men1oiA an nation thereat before ntil of the v0- o ters of Kentucky oo that they underrituad it and tits meaning It- menmure becomes a part of oun con Btftutlon 1tm fly morn for K- tuekythas em all elEO- I appoal to you as the eldltor- o of your splendid papNto help us tron now until the November election In getUrg tldJ Good Road Oonsttton al Mneoelment before Lie voters our State I am going to ask yQu- to pubUsh the CemstItutionnpAmen moat which win ennb1i UB tobuUId orlfrom time to tIme i l you wI1JUend us y l r heathy- openstlon CO In thhs matter nns9 we 500 coed in tiacttring the mhJor1tY of she ToteS of Kentucky for this kuten a intent wshdeth IrLI enatdeus tn buitd dmproveii hlgh1i1os1n ell parts of 11 IeMucky a grattful pee ter3ty rmTJ1 betoW upoat you a Meroua app cietlon ark thaakfuiue s tor the het I ring 1raad you will Lowe extended in wthftiadsrI f to say that tatany i i df the papers of our Stilt ere t1- adering n u8val1llb a fetanoa IRt ls tI1 1PI1eue debpme a11D1B eeying J1t Im UIU1ltonynu tar ynur lplif f 4r J t i l this eut cause Tours very truly ti yJOE DOSWORTH- PrestdRct CentutatGood Roads A9- Euafttfob niltrlfaboroIysDfay 29 1909 p Death ofMaster Woerner Coopor Grim OOnStEC dearth ohnJfJ Lltr1- QWoorncf Cos per lu t cd MtS Les- lIe coQrer at noon qn nIrt Tutra Y- aPtkr umu tlltrs3 15 of about aye week He Wns Iiot thought to fro xxlously- NI urJtll about 1tIOW11 tefcTe hs doathh wtiddh rosuhtod drGen flux lIe was anof to bibghtect rattle boys of the tows ccda great ftworite of his grnndfurmr aid runts wt1al Thom le uvea nnd vray Yl11l the wtdosr eel mother ate J xtrt broken over the r great 1D B nnn fn thtr nfifl1olOOn they have tJhasmpatl1y of the entire town he burial took Plato rt Oakwood oarnatery at2 Qclockon WedlleSday- aJternoon Doings of the City Council City Council mt In regular b3esdoa Wednesday evsyafng In the coundl chamber with Maror James H 1Vi1- Y Yams to the char and tho foowi g councdunen praents E E Blrkhood z WOrlrClnM Barnett Brad Hook r WU11a GS It la9 ordtted that ta old livery stable atthe corner of Union and Market rtrei3te wlrlrh bas heretotbre been declared 11 nULia1ce bet torn do111 by the tyat the expenlo cf t on owner avulses reiloed within OifteEu days A oomnilttee cosnposed ot niltyror- t Williams and couactlntbrrSimmerman and IIarnett ass appotatEd to pro vtdo for the opening of UlIerty street to blre railroad right ot way near the drapat site tre props mcn of O1rt S K Cox to BEll the city a strip cd grouod ten fcet4n idetaeggt4rJslats on the Hart dlnsburg grid otar lPU was aocepod- n with the =utldrtrrtngdi g Shat he lsb ay nbrlc qubk atos complylsrg with the t ndnroihrOrOTJ fixed by City Ordinance trbe laboeimIt e nos ntieo nu thorlzed to nags with the RnIJroad coupaJay to remnvg the dirt from Market street ntnr Walnut E4rCbt and alto on LlDerty street near rte Blap list church and on Walnut street ntvtr the reSIdeceor J E Bean Oobms amounting to ecsm4hing bv er 1f00 were aiowcd Among the Lodges beautifulICemoterya ser I o K of P ants their friends Tlha gran ofthoatudepanRdbrathers mho s1et withrwoe inau by Kulgta E M Wood approcansong was af memberern s the rgularmtetiag Tuesday eveu leg the Third rank was conferred Jn- sidondtd form Warsaw Thlhe roo 7J I O R M Rockport haaD nomot fnl services Sun decsintitdof the tribe w4th Q deluge of lJlowell Jddge J T Crcos of Paducah de livenc1 fire adl oIeS3 whieh was n mas pmgnesth1the preEent time CALYO June 2Uss Grace Rioes + dsaa of Rochester visited frfond3 here l1st week ofnrr J H KImmel and wife ParadlsJ Ire iherc Sun dny Mr Oaerie IIenmett and w4te Livermore vlslttd Ue family O Mrs P A Mtiner tomes ixys ago airs W H Dforrb afro baS tCI3 very sick Is better Min Maggie Hupber wrho Ins boon very wick is battEr MlES lhggie Hwnter Smalhous Ls vlalWmg ritatl1Ves bane this wesk 1trtJoe lJIso Jhatnd Dfa- Beans3tt ry art lE tngithell reekpheck wltlti theft murk tReady for Your Taxes Vr1eatrehrmormed fiy Sheriff R D liia tin tGtiet the Aur16tr 1n8certlf1 ed his dnx bonoctlocs for the 9 r1903 anI first be is sow read r o r- ceive ell tire tax money WIIa1eh the Itisms o2 Ohio countysnap be WJ liagto tur JIJr A 1 t f MISS LtLUAI MONRbE- Wlnaor of Plato Ii 1 mss MiORAH MISS MADYE POTTS Who a 26 Piece sver toALeaia Cortet REV TrM MORTON SERIOUSLY ILL Well Known Preacher Suffers s From Second Paraly tic Stroke T1ae OWu1E4ocrt Inqur eq oot t IW s the following NICrel tUu forme citizens of county which will sit lnterEM to maay of our readers Rev T M Mottan ot Lhrmwet- Jo Is well known ill O8M1Joro baring prmsahedin tads city nutner- sus times land having buslmoas eon tl0n3 IIn tlns cltyeuftered OInJtIler- I stroke of pnulyefs on tine r1gbt eddu Monday evcnlIlg at his home at Lh- elmQre and had fOe104 hemorrhages of the bratnwhleh u Hlw1yto TEliUt In Ms 6eatb Tthv at tendmg physdctan stated Ynls cuDtcr noon that he tsa sJLglhtt1r improved but not Iby any mea u out lOt dange Rev nlbr ton los spent tin past fe- week3 In n eanitaraum ot UaJtJle Crook Mlchtgun fn searia of licaltt- and t while in Bz ie Creek su ros- trokra a of rntWLs wtlrtblt tthlootened to prove fatal but he tinnily radlleefattuy IiUD1d01t1y to be brought Jnome ilIe raw ideaat the feint of death tJd 13 not rxpiactrd to survive seamy hours His relatives are gatlher ng nrounn his bedside Tine acme of his la stroke was orecehd in tIlts cUr Myn day nlgrat by Joe crJbtroowlho tleJt 3tor IJlnmmore wrltdt MS son Oerge- Crob1ree lmmedktefy tQ be ut tihe- boottde of Mr Morton Rev Mot1tvl Is well krumm- tbrcug1out Wdern Kentucky havlrg been pastor of numerous BaPtISt churches l rdLa many InstanCe without pay but forth past tato years Las held thetorateof but few churches oxd lies been quit- prominentiy a connected Wiuh use vv zityhis n MT ZION June 2Htath In thiS oonnnunl- is tY good and people ere busy setstlng out tabacno- A I large number attended sdetxiratlo h Qf od sotdtero g y s 8itI Brick chinch oemetery Jast aturs ay even fog h raSabath sthaof 1s prmremng nfcely at this place There I1 beedmgfdg here next Sat urduy night trli WI Leaeli vlstted0ira Drag gle Allen list ovening JfaIvettcraadsr ur made li ilyfng trip to n Dam Monday Nr f J bltllgRmtiattlad ugh= lrlrrVVi3wadefur F HISS rAnEL ASHLEY Winner of Gad Wctii Won Ohio HEROIC STATUE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNr s Uiivealed at His Old Hodges ville Home Mon day IgI After the lapse of twosoorct yea Ill1d four tt1C Stabs of Kentucky unveiled Monday lit reverent metrasrY of her greatest 1otlve iOn Absant 3 coin his tlgstro In heroic IDZ The ucellfng cwenlOilr bud its Boyne Nn tiro salago square cf HOOgeiof La run toasty witin orticon stat of the run Whll6 t1I orerrnoC a tIe 00- I tons srcattyrs was llcoc 11111 wtec e tie Qrveotcmetlt Is now bu ag t1 tur- I fameI 8Ja1e duo thlCugh 1IDduoflntccJ1 CIoUfri on tlite nagbUY 1lurrge EqUI ttcKCrjEd by tie nombfe3 co uryade ten oe Wienwt a gentctttnNSlgrry hc+ reelwawatr ta ytnhettite ssdllte cord tJ9It sugg l between the rvWkI11S stand and tllJ plm2h of the mooomel1t tlwesfr UreOS and rJo starry fords or tlho x1n nor ho loved feS away Loom bronze rtto granite ulDd roan mtrait of Gals t11tugaz A runrol lucid puysal My OoUClY- unnumbewd thgs rd many sizes a muuar pnccs rfppkd heir rich odor In the breze t1ndifth voice oinrb- rtlnLdy ed fautering the dines of the grandofanUwmond EIder tbroatsot- fllks I itsixn nssr arU fur took UTI Cln rustle d1 1dmce the Eoyg The guze of every man sad Every Woon1I1 innd too MOOI iImtiaitg ey S of bush Sc- hUdr1en turmEd In comas Impulse tIC the stable effigy that gave Uta try its almoues But They 1ooksrel wvth smiles ot- conldnceOrt t b aWe Not ado thewmajesty of molded mask and cldaaled block could chnilge the impo kEmdraasubf toot Ytrce He sat theN lookl1S com upon them Ms parents nelghtICIrS obJI61tC1 the B cat and humlble U11tolnl No heart bert stdrtod she ianngti IblEst atone tl 1- JYeims lOt lronrzo nO blte blaod cours j- no t extlmont quiver prayed upon Iblurt massive chnttge rs tArmt yet tr1oe- WhlOg3Zed I1be cult red and UIc trodie alike aw not a rigid statute hut the MlJIi Eo had the sculptor trlumpi11e1t There 4s that In at wdldc by ftl- spl1l1 exnresvtaw gforiflee alblbh eh suruaundeo wC4 the illig oiris tell amay tnom SVeir 8 etatuteis- tlarttvelT a celsEEd to resret the tram Aajfewrasuofed4 spraWlItg true fates tint ansityoa three r dile3 timn ed tla e4usrullgs incutmate d tat Uoflmi1tr ll tOO vehlo o bsratne III Le lwcpnoSIN i4tte vtllagespace- caibkra dtrgy overiacked no long charted tbe towering utbtuethe ma- Jcdy of Lrseoln g11TJJfItd in the hem ct Ce UQ scuptor rootlloed trt- p 1 oportlor CROMWELL June 2e were gS3d to see eo ab an lnteClitkg lenss kt print tlOCU Mr L A Sai1deo1ur and hope he 011 write again Rev and Mrs Carson Taylor and sstEr returned home from Morgan- town Monday They report su In tJo meEtl11g and It pleasant time Mlsti Gertie StevenS auef brother Roy attE Jed tiro pound upper at air E SIIItlECurLi Saturday night IlJ y report a nice time M r ssmd airs Sun RKectr OID- dUu Chloe were the gue a of Mr tea alts C M Divers front Tuaaduy unto Tlhur ay Mrs J p Taylor retlllr1 fro n Smut y Iah rl TePkr spent SMurdtay Dtgbt Ray Se IiiMrs C N Stevens Nina MI o- me Iwt luisay IIdMl16 LIlt Mrs C S Ttylorm lr Orsui atkr of Select sue tl1i vicfIty Sea ay nits 1viye Hocker acid two ohil- t en Era T cad 3Gn EWe e Itf- uE ay at Mr C N Sevens F ant Anotter Qorr oafet June 2Butors Is fine lilt tbl- a1e A four mill Is to hs rut UI In the near future Mr lick Gentry of Arkansas Iii Iit fag rls iarents here Mr Otto MMtk of HarWOrd open Satunlasy might witt hla grandmother Mrs W N Iartb- L1e Mteu Ieea Stewart who Uea very ill is better t allay Cimtnd a wiaa of Oan yvfl Is riesling her Plater airs Dr tVlits- Mr Dud Gtf anal f tmfly have ret- urnEd to their bomat livermor I attar ststlleg a teeeli bier wl frdecis l and reativee- nlre CrOJOI Jswex of this pIece h vihtlr her larerte Mr and Mrs Deport of Bowling Groom Ky- tda wE2k DIles Arlce Ta lcr clt HaTtlonl t visiting relwtltee and friends here Little Dlis9 Gveva Travte of Hartford Is vislilcg her grand rare a nMr asd Mrs Sbratiop airs Edna Tmord who has Lars n sick for eemetitua 1s no better miss Loree Stewvtnt SelECt1s vd lag her brcther Mr Avery Stewart stns D e Uavls of Ball KWob bJH re4urred to her home aftEr vlsltL1g her paretI air and Mrs C C floral t Litt o gtsIMarie RoSrs Ire horse n ter clEdbingher grandpar at Ses3ct tor earretlttte Our SuaegrY School is progress nicely O ear A3oa Dh V boing SUDt start Clare ce JamES secretary Prof lcKlnte was wli1h tiS a- tiro staging Sunday night 11e ure always glad to rave lilm hire me Red d1cn Annlxuka TrllXJ N 25G is god g to brve a picric here tho 17th of Jur Ererybody la In- ited to carne 1llres Cada and Umlo CQopor spent Sunday with Miss Carmine Til tons at tlPJs Piave Bro Gardner will hold I protract xnectl1g here ln July rUss Mlce Taylor HarUord and al CarrrJQ Tilford and files Mae Bomb city went to Rob Roy Wednesday tiers Specials For Friday and Saturda 3 coos best Tomatoes25c I cans Bop Bon Baking Powder 25 a cans Salmon 25c 3 cans Oysters 5c 2 boxes drape Ndts25I cans Corn 30c 7 r1ns on SardInes 25c 3 boxes Wheat llertes25c 1 bu Meal 1 box TanJlefoot Jh1 cnn 26e Chase Sanllorp Tea 2Qc 1 cake Bakers Chocolate20 c Lottles Gale Extract25 c Samuel Peyton RDead MI rate Roby a wen known cit lzen of Fardsvllle and Ohio county died last Saturday sari was burled In tho Fordnvllle cemetery Sunday In- uio presence of n largo assembly ot sorrowing friends and relatives Mr itchy was a lawyer of acknowledged nbllfty and at ono time was one of lho leading lawyers of the Hartord bar He was 66 years old and leaves awlte and two sisters and an aged nattier to mount his death r MISS MONROE PIANOer Miss Mae Borah a Close Second I While Several Others Make Re Markable Gains on last Day teesOur Piano Contrl ed last Sat urday evening at fj attack ard the Judges immediately took charge of the ballots and mrnplstesd the count with the resut as gton afeasvhvte- The vote was very close between Mtse Monroe of Beaver Iun and liMf- Borax of Ctmatver While aestitul other eoataetisnbs made II good ebow- ing sad wrouldsioubtlees have aood a sirlemdld show to writ out Iliad they entered Ute oonSeet Battler The srot tag has been corduotsd iu an labeo lute full and m1l1utdal manner so far za axe myaagECne ot this paper I concerned Or 1dasbeEr obis to oon counthttd1ng of the Judges shoukt ba IUffi dent to satiety everyone on tits score We are very fhanktui to rite Young bedded who took part k1 the- oomtesat and eontstbuted to W sue ace We ar3 only sorry thwt Wg have not a plAno fOr every one o them Ill tlhej nab riclJr ieaene3 to- w9n However tarerad of tl1tII slid win epeclal lrrizca rd great value and Wt trust that whie there may be some dlzaplointmont aid are aatdedN tltaatsrrtikaWislvotes received by each eanltdare uho rctrataud to the eOJttet Ultl the altoee tWe the UCGefJILgrt d tetras aoot ed to make the CIOUDt In she Popular Harnbsmark thy osrtt t from ttls ODes 4 tatseve og spy OIh nth the tlIowi- Dg resubs MSss Lllldkn Monroe Gu000- tltse Mae Ilotah 05 OO allss Jlllb1 Ashley 1H5G0 110300tlies Irene Darts IS790 Mss GMtte Moore 4G100 Miss Idi Paxson 45400 Drlr fLrUe Cerl1l 3G000 33900sdbL5030ngafiB Obe B 3dG0 GRIRGIINtR D MRMN JudgeroChurch Notes Sunday JutY ltdt has Loeon ad rte3 Darocnew for us to piss Is to have scares orfdclally vltedt every SIt11ool in the county on tlurt day brtnsEfy oxpWtr tillPOrihatBartlett rl1glrterlal District Sun churdhyChlipeIBamettsUnion Grove and Mt orllbberrep- r1oE11ted a urlhtt retort Js ex paten later The Rockport District will bold ti1alr- nnnual meeting at Simmons Or Brdad say al day cext Sunday Every ItgckportfOcduets e0rould be repreented En ery body invited See iprJgmm In last weeks AbpuhcanA of Thanks I desire to expreS my slncere and grateful acknolteodgerelOOts thru the Republican to uU who aided me In the plano contest which has clotted sstc cessl1ly for me I entered thta race only at Shy urgent solicitations of my friends sari I lOudll1ot shave mna had they sot remalnedloulJo ma I halt always be mtndittl bit the Ifadil hbldzr vsielt elY= peaty tonr clptorate thesemany kindly fnvon3 IILLIAN A dfON1i0E 1 f A CAMPAIGN OFJDUCATION For The Benefit of The General Public J Being Made By The State League of Postmasters Whea you address a letter see that I you spelt the autx of the town cor rectly Mczy pattofifloE have staf tar noae Dont write Lou for LoufeviKe enrolJmTemark te tie upper right head corn Postznarks erica Wur your address Do rot Put writing In newspapers or packugme if you io the matter beooaifti flrttcbei mail sad you mUSI pay fetter jxwtag two cents ca ounce or ytAi ere Halite to a flee of j 110 pbC1eelto the mme rte of postage as i1el1 eeandtwo cents an ounce i Poet cards In transparent eavjope3 win so lit tx tote of ore seat Jf ira i tooled pnri M tbare te nothing more than tile aiiress of Che one to reI c jve it and tLe name of the wade Stun must Tw placed on envelope wiz oa total ufata enclosed In tra- 1w t tnae opu Put cards ocotainizg writing sad Sa oed in traSsparoct envelope fta hs r 4 or unsealed must bear j a txx amt ttomp and the stamp mUJtI be placid OB the eavetope tDiltEU 1 j tbj rd If tiers a tinsel wioaSold mont by post aSMce mnayof ortiiT Ccr it ii to ts t In this tatmner iT kit in the matte the Port OJffice Department vtll feeuo you another ondr Sued TJunbto japere or morchandU i by flrwtclit u n istered matt for the rMt OffXw DoparULewt win irake good liny Um la the nun sot exceod S500 Patron of post oMuoe can get butter iwrvUj by r zlag a box which co irrty 15 auto Sor thro months If you owe a U x the PostHiaBterft work Is fig tt n4 ard your nail to not hRwJJed ortookexlDver dlkeltlsln- b the UEUSI J flA ery Tio Iset CKTlc Dj jnrraiuiit twkta grout oouvorteaco for you t do rout hv rute to help rJun InI it n you malt a 4 ttftr or 9Kw I4 I two tart it is HuTjitanta y done I up Tba rapid liasarlilcg of the unite Honrojfir j uistloyx a poor oave or oovertrs of a iKtckuge and your ana is Turi lout You KhcuU put your acme and Ifofjfce cw the luctaagv arxl H rut- htd duo I it vU bo nunwjd to jwibut vVH have 10 r JI ayrao jtosSiigH un e11 1lI tiIt4IUftJ Vhwn yFu move to xcxfiitf pot of tee nOQlfy the Postmaster of your former Iullt oifiw to iJ1Ud our irmrtl mIIloCScoLoTtioei ftv in tIe mntAta agency lx doilvr wl ozty to tbo VTfICrl urfrcim addrw ur to rome merrbe rlI hH taer fllUJty ooptoclUJ autho ul to ridve the trail 1 you latvu a Irlixl vteitlc hwe on it your t UoJl card If Ute aa oivUnory izo oaxxoii have on M your return card If it Is mo delh emi It tiU bu returatadi to you crul not o too Dnul LrjUar Of Jlcc M thwiaiwrt of lottteTs do Ileaca use tot Covvrneront rtatnlxd c u lope You tui buy twnaytflve fi enveort vilth tfre twoceet lorlfim them for HI nwata nwi iviisa toreturn tird prtnt1 on them If you re i the a Stator by nitetoke cml it is not jwura dont ojwj It tort rvtnira pronrtay Ercd If you do open It nrlf oa covens olmal by nris take ueid rign our avatne Rural dlMvury jxttroOH tihouM buy IUM k Mi Ai hind sumo stamped inIoiKvi and horrid C411lH std ono cud twovout jrtamiH Enc your ohJMrou to writ lottors Mind jvtt cards to frtrails ii is u tftMAp way to oJuoalo Uhom Dont get said und sty moon things about your IturuH Carrier or Pajtmaui tcr if itDO eon14N1m13 irnfa u mire Ibore huiian Pre tint your mall box is keyt good ootxiiUoo Oil the ihlngea whendtad tJioo ncwl it awl If troy ore not con uptoabampa1t put Dnat hut iiaokaffes In your Well boxfor the carrier to faUver to come onoe iTjEo on tile iioutsfree It requJtca rwetogc Dcipcfit your 1cl1Ire and carda cross mttowjO box und mat longMnwiso ty pintrtto I 2 r cfn y rl Tdresssout jtxir raxxMf oriier sppMcaUoca Rules for rare Ice Cream Dr Harvey W Wiley tCovero ment food ctomlbt las woo a sew its1Is tho viru ct lee coeoai la ftOs papar oa tbo subject Dr W Soy says InrKnudi cs ice cream Is prescrib 00 frognaEG + by phyitcas roc tmUdi and coaTELeaceEs ami1 raaaaiuch CM It b iirgeJr eaten br etHdren others wto tsfs tare not vigor a dcCloUe idea of Its oaropo zran Js is x y to preTlltt lnjur tai abue Grcuine toe cream te an articta of Mot thftt SGOnId be ail runxti in moderetU tOt ody by the slit but by the wee- D WIler has prepared a set of Btruvtrda for ioa craani makers tha U Sued by the Department Agriculture Ears the law it Is for bida to ree e gs torn hour Bcanci or mucn glnous bodies raew clso provides that ice cram to die oar as such must occtaia 14 par oeat of butter fst for vanilla firm jaal 12 fr sect for fruit tlnloas sad tbat oil tiiciiecers glucose tad artJM clai colors or i=gr Keat saaust be e a arsEYL THRILLING AND- REMARKABLE FEAT IOf Man Who Crossed Africa EscapenuPrison Adveatunaa as thriUteg as these o the prisoaer wto escaped from Devils ItTe ended last week when John Cres ck an oleo diirennnerl lookJogrma 40 appeered to the dock at stroeC Loaded Oramrlck TOU secteacad to rix yeas Peaal arfeude Jn Rtodctfa tor forgery arol as pieced oa a train nS Gweo fur reToral to SiJtJbury He was guanfed by a number of men he seKnfigo 9 escape Dune esriy lours of thedto andttexhstsUs tack of rye tnarfn The tItIAn was travonne et a rate or 20 miles an hou at tfio tene but without Iiett7 ti h junpeti tf atrl denied uda jur on tho rough truck His drtphaa rcce 1R ss ret diwover m wl for jKffro tinve oral afhnug1 fca 1 movaaevwrro topoJM by b4s +1 r TilfAs be was chic to reach n pSaco rt ttlrAy His flrnt v9etty was to rid Wmsel of his iroBi This ho aocnatplihcd aftormaaj Attempts by breaking t tnoQl rtvu with IOQ II of rockjDart then Us pHsbt ttc for Iw wtis hi imsnlreiyt danger k1Uouby linau J3y an oxfaonitnary chance D91aMa fckad who give him a T1JI- Ienl ommuniidon sad oat him so mcnoyOatwick iJeoiO tbat Ms bert ohaone of oir4o vtts to reach the port Dccna in ti Congo Frees Stone a he SKC out ca a tlftBeahuodred m1 hocoalP on gunrzurntAt Lo was on the verge poutl txnoaal JVcixu Here lie exch age d vfoft vent Jot of Ills prison ilea for a pair of gmj Oraiiisfty a utriiJJ jacket ncd cifoko riiirt anti booked hts pas tIIl4O by a rtoaaner to Antwerp 0dFrom Awerp he tcavtiJed to Iam wtora to tiJavght it was imp fnbfe thci bo cool be resognizdJ was wrklsg in Lfaoo Met Whlta ahrla1 CIl Frbllt ara0en ahen Joe waw rytoprletl by Dolaotlvo J1hoII borate you are John 4e33ac k tho indi +7 or 8tntoJ Hcd that v Mrjixi from wistaly la ntddicJu replldderrPrJaoeamo ot tattooed on his arm t atnW the topoctor Lfet me look j um You nro right CraiwJck admittod I nmthe man Afficr hi anreat lie told Uio afi 11n3taleat Btreqt pa t3utu rd 1st oidw IJitit the authovltioa hoMv they will deal with him New Millinery Establisement Mrs I A Lee Los recently open ed a splendid line of Millinery at Cromwell where she will be pleased to serve all customers with the very latest patterns in hata and everything pertaining to her line at the most reasonable prices Call and examine her line before purchasing elsewhere No trouble to show or try on hate j I 4 J t HAT STATUE ON THE DOME j v Most Symbolical But LeastSSV Appreciated 5 I It Is Armed Liberty ai dIt DaviStnEIt Armed Liberty the nijgciflcect statue that looms the dome of the Capitol is by tar tile mostfc mboli of aC the statues to WesHagton caThair of vtglmue It Is appreciated of tte chya statue IJ03o fotobe siudodTho orignal plans at i Capitol caXed tor a statue to Sur the dccnc but no title was rlg1wn it end tvChough more Ulan twit a cea fury ilea elapaod moo lid erection com Femttv r four people know Ute real name cf the statue Seekiag thds Info mzrtioa a treporter latertogated a number of per sons whose dally ox ipatJons keep LL cn Btmon coratantly beoeath tse shadow tithe great etatue To the questton Att fa the some of th BtaXue acme Cho dome of the build getloanThe game of that statue Why its the Goddess at Freedom Yes 1 cat tell you the acmes It OM GOOd sof Uberty SovorrJ declared It to be the statue of iadepodte re Where said It Ls hianIt te tile God of Justice sad Free door dcnivred a portly man In a tone that defied quew3kaJLg It reprtwatB and Amerbcca woman rbw I am sot sure of her name Vo3 tow I rover Inquired lady that Ktatuo oommflrmorates whatI mcfkcd a politician Iran a not dtfeTAKt state but it la a hoc work of arm It li a statue of the God of WarI dwxrnsu kei a rctui whoee knowledge U j well known Why certein5y It te a woaxra o aaatattdtepcork out tie faro And Ube fatarot are doicotoy molded You see I have studied te model at the mugr Grpaaaljj you coo safely say it la au Aiaaiccm woicn Gee who oiways tries his best to hup others seiJd Now ail statues heas you know bore the rwjEoa of Che oin Ucy repronent and if you will ust ntci ovor to tie afloat or Coo grass I thiok you Dun essly flrJBome book on sXLtuea that wdllt eJl you aS you want to know It is o wo man I am sure so look tor the fomal atatuos roeA younger member of tie House re pltol to the quefition about oho Btatue mat suavely and cpaiWingly It its taonceLto e rarts lng we aoar y all quite sure it ens the god kaaw your w It was j wed arflrmrxlof Rlnr0 e e war auraehof a mlrateits and I wiW Belt it for you first hund and a most aocoaarjodatiVng gu1 OPJf6 wl into tbe Serrate chamber Directly Ire returned Poiahoanmay et one a nance forth hHo me c+ The statue was miotMlad by Pitucas thetorm won mst eta Maryi rd foundry Jefferson 11vVlla wait Societary of war when the model uatur flat pjn jatod In tho War De partment Tho statue thou wcro n liberty cap sad aimed a bundle ofrroda Davis objected to the llberiy Bwtaratj a Roman Ito or Mt lost Ita sjmboWc charaottey BeoattM of theo oritlaiwms of Secre ayealechat od ovolvodfei M syand weighs 14985 pounds It wus tput in place of December 2 18G3 Tie wad is thrown hick ands adoroo1lltb eagiala bmk etch plumes ffhcj right hand ousts oni a emtnvl std thJa left bojdB an olive broach sad a ntd1The inaatio la erooafuUy dnuiod and Is laid toy a broccfo bearing U 81on its race The trot is with ateura The BUTiportln bears the legend E Pluribus Uinum What it Costs to be Born Li and Die r lagenfifk u f t sty to oetlmate what it costs a mea to live from te cradle tythe grate pIltnIIt costs 1000 a year for tie average weti tD Amerf am cithtai to main lain hlmeeiC frcaiinfcccy to o1dage He seoeraHy Urea rfxtytwo years oa I whey the firth balecce Irs bee stnick It Is foiBid that te Las paU ss2ooo for ate pstyttgW dI beIng bon hiring ate dying in tho United States Ia Cse catty fort of his ute somebody else usually his fatter pays this expocBj for tm But as be gnaws up and necrs afamUy ho pays this afl back nai tnoiC Corthccaiecf Sits pap cats sad the rearing oC cUdbn s tiat the rule tots good that a pays the expense of hts own birth sad rearing ilvnup + tnr 5 e pauper who beglnstls QS Inthe j workious and ends them there at SO for thou oho depend upon tte ef rte of ocfceiBjior tfceir support gea yvLreea h11maud ue IThe one wto epealisrcoit of tOs CKe Iln prison costs moro because be has to be more curriy touted sad be I cause the cod of couching and mart ting tim mint be uddeJ to tie costof i keoptag drat IIEYal the norracic hobo costs not Mjs t aseF thing esebut Uf all the goods tbstfee ts by bagging buXytag and SJMeving be added up together w6tb the expense j eaSalied in receaTtag him irom get I tip more and dn movfcg him fanm tiltIprocumITe quw Hon ctay ba asked avheyh v in view of thoa acts it woo be bdItedIartylonewhole alto wouM be fi000a sum hich would purchase Jlte annuities asfor two paupera Instead o one Tire great objecjicn to this plan is time every Arneiitun boy rapocts to be a nffliiomlre and allot a pauper so be CeaouM tedlgrantly rcjort nay pauper healbwanc x u could have borromad in baby bocdflhe t62000 which you will awe spent in maltitatates your existence you sad thoo 6apexid jJt on you woull bo mucfi holler off than you are In short we could effl wiSh that we had come into the world wtth a fewilhous and dollars in our pocfcotfi ct tbe tie expeBJCs of cflhior people and the expeneo of other poar leacr11 the idea of tOO governantmt turtirg as fairy god mothier to every American baby and ou efly hs attractions for tiotro of us whose fathers omitted to pile doltors fa taarlft TUicfe concputctioca do act cover tOO mlVloiaalTie avis It row ecxits those tcJous of Aimerloan nobility Jl 000 a week from youth to age At isthe age ot 60 tibls would amount to ihesunx 3000000 Tresad woman to live no exact statistics are as yet availabk But on tbe whole it doos zot vary much from Itthat a a man moving1 la the sore of lire ayit is one of ibio easeinitiai th act latias of a civilized community eat members coo mutually dopBalknt upon one atoiier for tfeo means of axsrESnte Bveo tbe agrulutturfjst who gWTwa iris Data fwd and whoso wife spins act weave tho moieties of cohlig ven he can net live upca 5UlplU3llOOooawrxirctal Me is twever tukngimoa cy tram ore wt of men sad g 1ng name or all of it to another eot FDJ ttrnoto is he Soloed If the dotlaracome a little csttr than JOY go out ior spentIttlOrthe dOJtolandDurse btve nsinucl stt as tho ruby to a thing Nature ondLAaa tint a mesa must cat to live paytoI Tlao lay And the climate dnmHad ourbr1I1OlOYorthefancytooM aaaooalstriartodnd2d3 w1Uh stretd100tar openedttAay perron with a mtttfcemaiUcal n1yIavxnges ghea above lobet3ttilte an a orago of tbe casual cyst of your 11te tin uorar nmltlpftr it by ootiv1edbylife slay liist and you wdll 00 stirprls ed ct tile recult j I I iIV j + I RIVALS OF THE AIR Two Eastern Countres Pro lading Aerial Warships France And Germany Are Com peting For Supremacy x Of The Skins hemanEraacel nod Germany Pave Just be Burr aterrtflc ccciest far the mastery lor tbe sin Bot2 countries are leader ing tSeir llrest bntca their and huge sums of money ia the of eentuaUj obtaining that masteriy in the air which Britain bos hitherto herd at sax It was Frooce wlo bffecn Ui r FteKnce Has always boon a p on ar the dervcCopmo of aerial mvigaHDa It W2 n Frercliaa1ro mcde tte first batooa atcect that was ever It was a Fneoohmoa wlo tnveated first narigAble ballon Tthea age the French were the first to snake used bcMB la war and Quito reoxcffiy the Ftrntt wcoe tOO flirt by teveral ycniti to tOvo in the in daitaJ LA IfefcrJe a modern air ship equipped for afiriafl warfare Ttsoy bon et that in aerial prograss trey are Ive yeas ahead of ay other zatioa The germana have ftartwd mere tn 100 seam babfod ttblr rivals fa tte tight for aerial supremacy But ttcoy w wjKy iraklcs up for lost time sad experts are UvOadi ct tOO present time as to wiidb a inse two nuHiaaB can dorm to have the finest aerlal navy to the voAi So rapidly bza the process of the onoUoal exporbnect boon placed by actual reaJiBittoa by both natlczs itiot few people have rot gnasped its sign fka too Fjaace tas row 24 offioera and 32 melt engaged in mrntfp expaimenta or in icannlng the ships she al 4y haa She lies ftve flno military alr aSslpa a= raid flnJahcd tore six odhera bedrgccffipJotodard for whim stablos are already being built at various ixtbss dong tbe flxntiar Germany has six mKltary airdilps built lUlU six otfccra bulWlng Jae a rowdy has 12 alrtfcip BUUlona complete mioaily along the fiiaatJer ready fox Qiolr recapttcci Sto has 20 officopj ond 4C5 nun ongjgod in the oerioil branch of this nnny fba also has a nua bor of porfaEy cocsdniotodl guns to bring dowa oitt 2ps ton the wing Blame of wMoh of a very light type are moictoi oa ewiftsnoving motor owns So long ago 03 1905 experiments wOO undrcitcJcan in Tnuice with t Lebmr y under war cocdklocs was Jlounni ttat photos could be token wfthout troubia and tie imovcrawt of troops and te nature of tortiiiaatioas oaally kvipcoted ocU snJt to earth At a hoht of Dyer n thouEoud feet aerlaitorpedcieB were discharged wfcdle travoling at a rote at about 30 tulles aa hour Oar of tine Gortmr ninahlps whldh waa eooroitty oaottrwtKA about itiwo yoare ago Is boilwwl to be ancod wit 1yQht gus 00 well oa aerial tocpaicos his wouM enable it to ifJgt any cOber oirjiips it might moot who othtcs could only flro on thorn by going ucl higher to tio sky to dlsoiargo bit Jr misttes IThe French 3fJnlster of War Jut orated a bg prize for ttw strucfiton of nerCaJ crubord oa of a epoad of over 30 mUea an hour while Gormnoy announces that ia the fbrthtoming outurce UZCUVCLJ iia three finest ailrehiiys tba Gros toe Pftreoival and the Zoppelia will take a large rnrt AU tho military alreMps of btibh na floes ttive accocnpJlJliei auoct ul fights in various kinijj of weathor of moru tthan a humlrei mIles And to the contest goes on In 1907 France spat 1+ 200000 on her aortal toy Lost year oho tncraTSJd ier expcn alitne to 470000 Gerr many spent 133751 Tbe npM strf mldetbytb Catteirjray ba gaug ed by the LOt that twp yarn ngo she tH only five ctttocrs and 150 racy en gaged in alrohJp exparimeats To zaaA1zo the strenuous poture ttJ the erusgijo Wltoh These two eratlioue afltn1enlrIyear GreAt Britain only sIx nt oESOOO TNIJCMC19OOOpunpose We have 035 alrsbjpadt otle aeroplaco complete but raeiU rEar of them yat proved ancient add wnotder atsTopJmo of z halt secret trials Hive boon made am of wfalah notihttng is koown Our Manly Training of Girls Our training of glrla approaches close to too idiotic oifcQBi Haflharine F Compaatoqbatthe minuba 8119 leave der des to to kdodetigarten tilt cfiie matcleilates at r J r 1 a college to tDld about men reed moos pdttg7theaLincoEn ao l WosfilDgton r CTid mrenkit act3aeho la Uiugbt to build sand torts in stead of good pldtetoinedi mild plus and even the cum to arithmetic ifcwell oa Billys inarWds and Johns apple to the total neglect of hia afotef- Lotor 9 1i1 etc goo tb higSi eohool J and Icafn Watery with ail its iceas IJ of brave men and here gain the womaaB F tam of quiet courage is completely ovcrBjadowed She learns carpcnteiCcg alttrougt she cannot cook an egg or sow a seam And flaolly r education fflnteted she knows all about the hlgter mathematics and la taortchanged by tio ibuWhor She rns political economy but doesnt who are tie members of her 13gglea5anlyb rifyour boy wanted to be a Jawyer 1and a neighbor toM you to put Win to work in a carpenterls shop by way yearasider yourself cruzy when you train yo daughter who is to be a wife and awaytt1edo marry dx pite economic P nJpIenDe the ihdgher eduoutfon and other arguments in favor of ooed uontlon prociBely as you Irtdni your son who will eater some prfeBdon or trade thorn to first earn his owa living oxA then to provide for a tams ly yot uobom The one to bear the family and to roar It tie obiter to provide ehotter Dad comfort for the mother of Cht IkmiJy and yon both trained procitoiy to tha scram way Looking Ones Bost Its a womans deJlglht to look her best but pimples skier eruptions sorer and boils rob life of jay listen Bud lens Anaica Salve cure them makes tie skin soft and velvety It gJorCaea toe face Cures PlmpJea Sore Byea GaappettHands25 c at ale drugffleia m Some Plain Talk on the Social Problem SozUmeatal soJalnoJormers lameot over the irouraibillty of vice iwhioh they attribute to tlha brutal vices of moa who oiange every Marguerite In to a wretohed waacxarer of the streets and the gln ocea They would be Ii nearer the root of the matter if they would attribute itror at least oao r haM of itto tieflict that tcerelsa vast mass of female We bora into the world with a nature incapable oC toefor anything save gOoldanjtJl3i1lcUve in 1tI feverish revolt against the bonds of pesury sad of privacy 3Ibsiguerito dinging fconsetf Into a degrndst11XUo indeedIt t iFbust4nonooent youth deliberately selecting a career of tioenfo had of plunder be hrIUEttand all her cold pad pitiless eecsual iWea shtlt1nglets of race U untrue to Justice and that even were It much truer ittwould be exceedingly porctolous 001YIflow of imajortaiity consist la the womenhas themblemantjTs of n temptation to wbloa it is aimost an osnlabltity tn tfiecn tb EUO cumb of course tl1 win 4toGus of the gfabe coo ibe so rulobus to mortality as tiesd weJlJmeanlngenr thusiasta these dealers to piety and plaUtudo who Invent a thoutfcnd and one cutanddriedexcuses for theiSrail ty of tine ono sex by te most exag gerated fury on the womfidbings cA the other and who held up every creature as mlecrabSo glneoaljtidi toul moutlhed crcbture as the helrVees hero Ino of a taller lave4ale and an oveir WOOIllngattadun ntl In their eyes the matt is always a tiuge wolf of ma ture agO and mercUces fangs and the iledpoetrymotnohttflon9 selzeBithJtderourlFfornby Quids in Juao Ltpplnicotts Stung for 16 Years mreay1doafs 4f IDgI21de whollyforIYylousraalSek Hestnlllv l Kificey and Bowel tiynrtila isc at all druggldcilB w fit Llf4 J I 1 I r 11 r ii i 4 DYNAMITE A- DYNAMIG DOPEI Exceeds all Others in Pro ducing Sleep i r i How the Stuff is Eaten By the Peons of Mexico j and Indians rr I Opium maoirlbuflta xnbrpblne and cocntee ere nil insipid longs wfcen It cozies to dyramlta for the tdu of a rcoily enjoyable steep Mid Henry Bexter a muedriver who has bean engaged In ooittiruotion work on tho Pacific boast I tried it acd I guess I know D uamlte M a icrcotic or a dope iWtts discovered oine jxajs ago by Mexicans emplojed la loading powder holes on rallrocd corfcsructlon work American have Jog knonspi the htcdacte Vro ducing power of nitrceyceria and have dreaded the fl otf powder In nay shape or entering plnoea wihero explosions bad taken place before tl7eny smoke bud ibecn carEd out A bit of the girfeaao smeared on Uio Sose wWl produce a nausieattag headache wlhlohi wlJl daft tlhreo days But it mained kit tio reors to trod o that dynaordte was a luxury Dynamite cattxe is oommcn on the Pacific Elope among InUlcra who have worked uPon trite Souttiera Pacific R roads cocEtfuntion work Ttiey take Email grain of It rime size of a tlrayAt pM and diKiolre it 11 a grces of stJxIIpJtOedisturbed lor at least 24 hours they drink this down cr several daleJas likely actOrddng to how fur they have advanced in ttfe habit row roM over In their blarikcts In the shade when they a wiea they tavo a beadUcfie that Is muidesous and ntaiy pretty tough fights have resumed frown too mucto indulgence in dynamite Dart wlhile they sleep they ecjcya dream that the thousSEid cadi ooo authors of tweJatoul3AS not to work on tho onp ion e lI took tome 5f tho dope on growlge ore Saturdiiynieht Mr Bexter went on to say aiidi by rnMcteftt mjs only more awikdtttei bier I took two more large drinks I wcs eUU awake Sucklny mDrnlng aad feeling b extiraordJrarlJy exhllarcted and awake Tihe dart tetthe dope would not make mo sCevp ftncbyed mo and I ngain tcok a double enmUow As the Staff went down the last Mme I heard a tkarp expJOSloDl If the- ase top ol o WH hatt been blown oUt I thnugtt my head hnd oxpCoded 1 only thougti this one instant fortihe 90001f1ytJ1ntrouM not rove woke me up Drecms began tiOpu il off tfcetr game like the last rtorfonrarcc when the notars Lave to catch a mMjilgit lanproofLoncomotive eagteeor end fireman1 nooI doling the work of conductors a ntl doing the work of conduotormnd brakejnjuion four express rtiinita tenh nltB side by eido pulled by diaublo headers wad paitlhed beitod with oxtanI locomotlvos all riuming on ai tour gook jvillroad Ihio I flod rook wOilstiJws drove In wodg 3 to hoM throWCo wide orwn and begun to above coal with one hand and punci passmen gel tickets with tho outer We wore pl drlg rfcr our llvea fortdte11Teeourvo on n 10 pow coat grade iTho ipoasonr gere were drinking cihompagnb nni jOlntbemmuch uusflnoes to o at tho time to koe p tho trains trroo hitting to 6JUCSc of the tim e1 and tcraah1ng oat the point nfts a tnrjtallziDg thought Juat ra wo were oomtag out of tlhoothGrI skis of the tunnel I fiat zd nnoUicII loud explctiron that eoundctt like nil the kwamotlVOs had teen ibewn up at once Then oTerjiUhjing became book and upaIn tWellvetbctmdaytf nna Qilgjhto to relieve mie of toy Instruithatneat r or toot pound minutia mid that if it were cMrtdcd into ordinary lipaidacfcito eucfc OlIl1lIfn have after ia rgbts whisky ap Wer oiTOuctil it Miould tovo eoao around u itolo not rmeit flair nf Ohloa o 1fld Ihnve boon gtVea bipk upatixehort trips Gale tsya wouil hayobcon required Qo aur Ice to rc dlaefr heads fgranl brLtfng1abtti oathOtil V r t V J- b a anymore dyncxntte no matter what anybody else bas to buy nlout It Carrie Nation With moray deilveo it te cflatmtd from the IDle of souvenir mtohotfi Hho tIllS EdUl during her oamp1oiB In the beinK of thd tempeiarcci CAUFO Carrta potion tho KBJIEBB feotureEB and champion ealioou tttmjar has purchnecd on extenfeive tract cf fun I In Boone county Arlc wfoeio dha expects to pass the remainder of her days Poultry pigs pikeons and the famous Boone county applet be ratted la quactty by bars Nafd according to the onmouncomant of he agent who completed the deul Shake otf the grip of your old enemy Nasal Cctanh by using Hiys Cream BaJm Then will oil the swal orJtho membranes The fits of oieezlrg wldl renEe and the dtectwge es offensive to otihera as to yourseif wllfl be itopplcdi when the cause that produce 4t are i movied renewYd use m Sold by all dmigglst for 60 ccats cr lnrdlcthby FrI Bros 6C Warren itiieet Now York 0 fJAIL MUST BE HAUNTED Spirits Said te Hover About The CountysatBastile ziRllo NEt n county tall Is haunted least that te tie verdict of ninny of those people who Stave from tone to tirno boon inMrcenofted thereto Though a dampcmadvely mEln turo having been erected la 1874 a number cC growfoire occurrences Otave tronepired wlUsto Its walls Here was George ihirrcttl the notorious outa law after betas totally Bhot by tiro shall Hunter lingered arid died In tho most awVul egony HnrtroyCn negro murderer end n niegro rapt spent tJo late moritito uIooaeariihiTvitbln tie gloomy edifice woro firefly ltd flortib to ride upon thte EocjUfoJd whlda tltlll stands a flopbM dlflg looking object cure to the wuXis of tJbo bud lidJng Martin HIU n wife mui d rev deed In a cell of the std of n oansunilne favor alter weeks fctf Itogorlns tcuture and tUcnxAy ohoated tlio eaUowfl It Is eadd by those 1nn a poeKlon to know tbnt Rt Is tfle spirit of itib3 last nomedi who haunftis dethoapill and Burley ids crime was he rJWo enough and ihJs leatih of vgony as to muse ihto mteora lo spirit to know no rest In too early ha of 1885 Mnrtiln Hill walked Into a neighbors louse 1000 his ride fled to ccxnpe his brutaJ treoitniemt aad tlhot Uio dcfcasolcss womnm donm wlttout b word of waratas Hills r puttitflon ihiad aways boon unsavory and ttough the came of a good chat iy Lls cnroor bad boon bhato wlolood His lusit azid orouijTrxg crl inlnnJ net the hihoinum minder of Ms wife urcusod the deoperit indigo tlon rend tlib womoni it his nleehibor had swore flat If ho was not they wauid tflwinsxiives tear damn ocmrt house stono by ctowa JJdwev bofloro he could be brought to film tnlal Ihe was nmhto by fevtir a hh rwultcd in his dttvlih CBtlzwis wiho atvcticd Mm in has last liters rivow thru fcls inifringis were the mows to tibia wet wltnarficd Ththeanti bnotihenlies were hwftil to lift Rrwnkjm wJLo have clnce femi w ilslaheard tt to ullcgfKli i nlre up a tunfUland to restlessly upon his bunk anil UB A cltmajc to flhe wibloo jh1 btood cuniUng pcroams hoamtlttod nthdo EtrueellDg In tho tbjs of dcnthI alnes thrtruH the etono oorTtdor with enllanyotJl Indoo1the hnurrt i cM a enrtlght WJthln o few yams of tihe ihauoted BtJruc uix Is tftUmtad the artginal oW ston i ititeon centurybydpryaternlwde Gtovorrlor of KorJtuoky John ntcto Ube lnv nitor at tiho dt t ten beat died In tho old jail JJo was mot a nd1DgWtthwile tray bh davit t Urienil Jfaniy no theInStOinehkbuntyThroottvler auptfter ilVi Oiraxwvill flnIdI SbnryuoJ H CaJflioto a 1d1t1ooJdfqr w4omurMeirc4 Awifcan S tb Ic pinprfmflrmtaeEtdutti were loll to tho enilcro I rom tilde old iiilrDliiiiBtatval u 0ltrdLy Wtr t sat 1 LEGALIZED BY THE COURT Is a SelfMarriage By Indiana Pastor J Decision Recalls the Sensational Whoan drarWashinigtcm Ind puny 31Judgo Hougfcton of the Davltes Circuit Court today declared valid tbo mar riage mony penOoTmcid by Rev E E Davidbon pastor of the FUr tChrls Lion church of this city unitlrfe Mm set la HiiiTriaige to Mies Lnuiu Duoa dark daughter of former City Mayor Hale Clark In rendei4ng brie decbsloa that Judge announced that Haizg heard the evidence aid being euflfidentiy ndJ1sI ed the Court decrees that the mania g entered into by Mi S Laura Bun in Cltuk and E E Davldeon and ttolr subs e quoat TciuatlcDS cs busbacd and n d theyeare and regally ackcowteUseti jTtuscwiatod n setBatlon last March and was the rouse of Rev E E Diuvidiwxa tendering tda leelgnatJoa as pastor of the fashloanblo Flnt Gts Sstlamchu and Ms subroquent mldJdbo11t depart froni this arty AVllen Mss Cork after having re poattvKy appeoitd to Mm to make publio tihelr secret arntrlago in tie McKronoMttin Howl In St Louts L Docember filed suit asking tje Court andrlahim from denying it the praeh boddly dcocirod int no such rrairrlage ttnos mer performed and Ibut It wias to force hlsu Into marriage atrrdrol1oJ1 ten Hotel however it m that tie prtticher ncd Rites lark had stopped thare Deccnvbor 5 190S situ dose on vtlohthe prouch r hlrcsolf pfirformcd the ceremony wfliidi he porsuadcd rile girl to bciWvcI waa aia rigfiit This was foliowrtl by the prcducHon by MUs Clark of a mUI rlago ooststuit In Davidsons homdwrlt log and later a lot of lattors written to bar by Davidflcn while the was 8tPIping at tho Grand Hotel In CSitclatutu t wMohl he urged her Far Gals ate kc kocii secret that St Louts affair Tfcila evidence AVOS coneidared so strong hlrvet vivnho diove tram ate city nt uri d atthourtgh e cc to gcit tonlw on him Tma Tie young lady wtom the Court Leeelf is a cripple and is com peJlod to get about on crutdhes S etc1Yl a and is pi artt amt monitor of tho First Presbyterian church of thda city Hot utter iva3 j twice Uyor of this city PaperUb weertr poiaiay oldhRte j mer seeing his tvfteat tncuniied dmvD Dhe men iTO uct n Oxnd pTihefledufTJie mae 1J4116r on etag t0 not tl- runnJng from the fold rfyouted at the m pndc c Hows ihIScWe otter One hundred doMaia re ward for any ciVi of Canitri ii tbII1tr cannot be cured by flails Oatanh Cure F J OHHNEY CO Twleklo We tile oirldeirJened hove known FI J Chccey for the net 15 yenre and bc eve him peritecty honorable in affiltto business transcjCtions and f4natncta ray4lhe able to curry out nhiy obllgattonis m by hto firm WALDiNO IINNAN 1ARINj1Vtuolrmle Drtipgiets TcCedo O falls Catarnh Cure is taken inter niHynatlrg dliectJy upon the b awdinaco and mucnirs jfuriiates of the wstitn ToBtlmonlats seovt tree Price 75 per bottita SaM by nil DruggptsCI rfake Halls Kaniliy Pihs tar toriEd potion m Goods Roads Seven perCenfoft roTotalTfcoro are over 2100000 TnsTxe of ujjon roads la Cho Unltttl suites TOw lPOVOlt1oftiCpor ton t cants qcp ton ibi Fltaue The baMuklioq is KcxX by lie drib ofwtpablic reads atf thoDopdrtnibntfof Agflculturotthat if 1r Y k fIew t our roods averaged up with those of Frnsco wo would bo seiners by over 300000000 caraunSLy In tUa tecomco ttoa it la ItttereetlDe event sa little 160Q00niccotlabout dirt roads ncdi neatly running tfctm figure te eccttnntly Inaxeslcc cobrarrapftUiy etwtt year and mum of mivtnioneDt is permanent vsOille Use tlmatioooffd troUhioda of plowing up dirt recto end nearly runnlag rJLam each yeirlntte name of Improvement 4motherslotto as the use of the spMUog rook g TTho Department of Agriculture Is anxious to gat Into commruciVnMon with any comiiiUnlty which Is ambi tious to lave better roads Facts In Few Lines 4AboutpaurfUnoEtfuty ouiptDyttt fur branding rjgcr boxeIJfcriG t4 tin 40000000 pounds of ao oat jffi1i ore annually harvestQ In SouA Ataenko To irmln ftiotcr In Argentinas pro BKS lutee reccct yenca tos been Its cowUint rhHroad oKtoneton It Is said that tho New York Jewf ifs community 1 + cbiw too Jntgest hi hls tory or tradition It feprufntb 10 par fayrotado 1 ttslupp auS a in l0 UOO of the world IIuiklsh dgarctto cnanufaoturo mntn tobaccobrom 25000 to 4000000 In only twelve ywrs To kaisers e1 Eg amt that Lire COOOO nplaus yb good tiio Givrt might rave saki It ofitor brut dJithiIroIat a 7 HUittetecs rihiow 4tstt was 1 lid wurkovcn to the number of 571000 9wnslonsfigIn Tokyo there Is fll industrial stOico for young women wltlh more thru u tbiomaiEid students lawn g tint ifthe faexport Uivld Ijamibuth its tie Itovlow of ftcivfwe states tttvt ClilnHs 1atnl TsxnknesB lens Loon bur tick ol eoif ecu icdoiumaift Tfltels to be cured iby n can gttan noiostlom by iotsal service gngfi nndetlroad Momvcs to a ncipojit teucd by tio I RuMiitvni ftntletlcssi d KieCnitct War v riUi 300000 Jowlwh retWonts a targ et JewitHv center In Ruft arid hi Europe Tic nutnlbcr of Jtnt In Rusa Is erflnuecd at 5oOO000 A kLtorc par cd In Boston acd pn only judrcc d M tX Giverlcod X H was a month gin Jts dosto lion The letter lUui bNn sect tb tt ki niidi of Green rl now ices rdtrurcjl nuikett tTnkronvni In G Idas Edrvand tons njnndI ctrl d Gracand a rIght of ttw OrU ui St r utrtck In i iico of the E IotHowtli ccIEHIoTl1e Emi of GIII rnd was mpTtitdl to JUSs Irot ice i ielrJa of Nom York In January of fMs I UrjJPeirfco has now ia opcjntcm r m tultc cartridge factory with a cullS cjjjaodty of 50000 cartrtOees fTlioftu toy Wlilda tens coi6truc cd on toiUKtrfc pinny of the WcCtaii de Hej oonitudiiB rcndjiEiwj of thw hwit mare ter the world I The biggest toed of jiottitoes ever i mtd in Uio 8Ptl of falno in snf eli to have heyn hnuod by Urrhcitl tNtodt I guff Tno loud ooatAlncU 203 Imxfoeta f d 3 lKQkl It welglied lllltylflvo e IJR than tfglt tdns taxi 1- 1lugott rcthetl 187rO Sat it Tho C11QGan grxelrnlt lti h1q ucaUocn4 Jimtt rs gt eater art ntl0 t tU over U ore and thtn J nro iniM ghotrs aro more and mow ai nnecin Hem tat Anleacanla wlucatlon1 ela tgnploycd in the tdghw oc11Cu tiho oouutrIA ontwi has IIEEn seeKratifO t 1 lrguo Bohemia to six months im prlioainent fw ItirnoasSinK iiN n nnd dog to lets ViigijJibj cart aid 0nmmnct plwdA itlnt she twjett euggctAed it as aho Wtetl tie hFI but tiMs did oat cttcr the dcol ion of mrtgtrtrate Croma1oin Society of Englind ariarelorts tbo number of crejnntlots In gnat BrltcjTi c5uirg lOS bggxige 06 and exwwd the ieicord of provJouB year AW ii ttoo Cast t ycara the nnnirjl nurJber of ortxl than doubleIPratocit o do Hi Ptiiim wOW sueccds tbmbaEtsadeerata fIco 15 Uao yroirxrtmratnt lP11p1flx3rtnlintlder6s a year oMer while nl thofetuwrs fu11lIlXd the tnU cen fury anark It hts boon r rntJay rtSsttvyerctT In Jroxico thrt lho cnntlcrvlyat uIKWrf snauw froefy throtjg out U torso miXIyItihtjydhUumBng gftc oU IIJ1 a1e 1Idr t fi i 29 YEARS f t t Of Of Honest Business Reputation Or is Back of Every KONtTKENTE SOLD BY US = CEO MISCHEL SONS ffi i =PROPRIETORS Owensboro Monumental Works S 412414 E Molest Yards 214216218 Clay St f = OWENSBORO KENTUCKYU Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You fiMoney on All Good Honest WorK fi U W a + I + ff + ++++++ +++fllflf + + f+ + t JTHE KENTUCKY 1 Light and Power Co I t INCORPORATED t WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST i iit BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t I tREACHiE G BARRASS Manager i i141 + 11 + + + + + 4 + + ++Ftfi4+ aehIbtsuaillWehlptoandpi Keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our expense will rat it cut fat ant PRICESWe furnish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to mate small profit above actual factory cost You save fla ttoass middlemens by buying direct of us and have the manufacturers guar antee behind our bicycle IO riOT UU V a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at gay lire until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of Jtutory fritii nmarltatlt spread rftrt to rider agent Vnil Wll I DC wheo you receive our beautiful catalogue and wcrfallsiowatortIIICTCLlreceivedI tthrly handle second hand bicycles but Chicaco retail stores These we clear out tive bargain lists mailed free BRAKES Inllu whoels Imported roller clusln and pedals puts repairs andCOASTER s equipment of alllWlds at AaV till wear retail prirt BO HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF s o0 PAIReHit rtgular retail tria at Ihtu tint it IS3JOpar pair tut to introduce ire will airloSIQlcaJhlllilhor rr1r INAILSnndeasyridlnsverydurableandlinedlnsldewlth aepalel quality of never treadjpuncture 11upooeeortwlcelnowholeleasoD otherbyRIIIIKOfthe rider 01 only 480 per oraera C same da letter weshipCODott yell1Ycvv111ailowsac ose You run no scndine us an order as the tires mn be returned at OUll if for any reason are not satisfactory on examination tVcarcpertcctlyreliableandmoaeyaeat touaisaseafeasina bank If you order a pair cf you w easier run hater wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever wed or area nt any price We know that you will bellO wall pleased that when you wont a bicycle you will giro us ytrtr order We wont you to send usa trial order at once hence this remarkable tire otter forapairnfsorwriteforourblgTireandSundrycataloguewhichdeserilxa DQ NOT ltWIfHo3ers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write it NOW IJ L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES 135anyeaTHE REPOBLICANand CourierJournal 160 17GlTHE REPUBLICAN and Homo and Farm L25 175xtTHE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN ami JJaiiy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN tend TwiceaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN find New Idea Womans Magazine 135 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders toI 1 LICAIVLI titfr r 5SS Hartford Republican C x pEataeeotding to lswat the Toetolna- r ulfordh7 semen matter of the eeeo 1 If CMBARNETT EDITOR TZCPZOtzS- O b 1n w 4O- oCh a1vZFRIDAY JUNE 9 XREPUBLI TICKET For epreE4ntat1veW S Dean IIForCircuit ClerkE G Barrnss For County JudgeR n Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley I For County AttorneyC E Smith I For SherlUT H Black For AssessorBernard Felix- i For School SuptHenry Leach I For JailerW P Midklff r For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR IGISTRATE 1 Hartford DlstrlcB S Cham11er liD 2 Beaver Darn Distrlct0 E Scott 8 Rockport DItrlctJohn H Mlles 4 Centertown DlstrlctJ C Jack JOn 6 Rosine DistrlctM C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DistrictJld GrahamIS Bartlett Dlstrlcto nominee I About Ue dtEGpeFt thins UncleI Sam caD do under bin Cuba would le to annex the teIeud I nod stop dl future turmoil aad uycrr tabty amotrg her dt1zenEj It is antoernoed that Ihesdderat Taft i hn6 again made tome pittzsingspeechg- ez m the SooJh and shat be besboen i met with hearty za outs of approval The SotiWi is atadaiy plowed wish most ny good Raipubkcan IJetWQD election but more ceaty pieaaed with emy sort- of Democrat when aICUoD8 come Tile ItbiWy of Sea ctor Jnjurouslcontrol his temper is more t to tile Texan ta i enyose ere or OOUIIe Me ccr 1tItlHtl sutler to some extent from being rep rteeated by a glftod man whood otual conduut Is not altogether hlwiuose MId who writes hlsnseit down a wtakatng m- one resp tetI time Ile crStkzed- by U1 opponent +aetrr Deeriige ot ludanat- att nts tollare gone over to the free trade ride of te trIi question At least l46 IICt4a s In the Senate tihow toot lie hits of much of his ciA time I udcniratlan for the prlnOlplos of pro- ttction the I1chowey of which hips I woo fOr lie Ropul Icwa laity every victory ati1t has ever gained end gave tiJ young MatoomcJl from In dlam II eeut lo the Patted Slates S2 titeDsry yteerdey morning n negro wu tmngld by a Job ofRwo man from abridge which hundledI Kemtucky River m the city fort t e eaphml of Kentucky The dispatches do not tuB us whujher I the negro wed hanged by Night RIdI ers or whether It was cauJOd iby tohaooo trmbltS lowoverthia Is thoI muterisl what we want to know Is I where were Generals Johnson md- GonES to say nothing of Ripley hColonoiI Xot1UJ11tnncUng lid of our boasts OODCernlng new wttloohjlll we rare now confrontt with n claim that an taIrr lhCta exist In the IlI1II1UI plates ot the North DakOtn aid Dole ware It seems to us ttiat we mIght economize In the Navy Dopartreutnnd- poa1bly in the 1Vnr Delxtuonloot also enough to vrstke up tlllC OOlIIUe out fldcmt to build the canal and Yor all other purposes It the special hesssion of GOngroo would otiy ud Joum and t the ttrritf alone tfbs oPPODnents of SlDta WIde pro hQl1ltfon jn Kentucky have unCoubfel1- Jy deoldod to carry We war into Ark taft wEek n muss meetdig was hold In the fly of Louisville pur ported to have boea U ulwtlcg of tiia- eliwslncas won ot the city to prbteet against State Wide Prohibition most espoclaAy In Loufs111Je The svpeoc- hei fa that mooting buve been put Into plate forms and ore being otErrcd to the country tapers free of charge for pub mtdion This seams to us a Crory unwlue move EUJd la llkttly to prow II boomerang on those nlho are seeking to benstt tbofr muse i t M1WOfZ Gi7NEItiM1 NOEL i GAINES 1h1O gatrJed throe same ymrs ago ass t shtr witirci a ngans2 Dr Mentor ned E T Franks wthcn they t Were indlcttd fOr tuttcmputd blCb- elbIngr the D1acklbunnHWRt senator riI content bus locked horns with Gen em TohntrintAdjutant General ot Ken y tvvkyupder tlhe WIUron odmlnstmI j i T w 1 ff t rfotrt ri irouOg Men Middle Aged Men Old Men i 1- t Fat Boys Slim Boys Big or Little Buys 1 ft y tlon It seems that General Gaines also a Democrat Is employed under the Etat Ins7iector and lie claims that he has been prewmtexl from hspe- ttng General Johnsonl department end that General Johnson locked him out ot tie office and Hnally ns n protest against being examined re- sgsed We do not pretend to say or know which ore or thane dlstinguht- ed l Democrats is rIght to this mudl but what we would like to know is how the Republkan paatty of Ken tacky is to be benefited by It and to what It any extent It WU ile held roalwnsible by the voters The recent ou the Supreme Court of the United State in the rrsi0- of the Chats nooga TOODte Sheriff and his dapuUeswho are to be Imprl sonoo for wnttcmpt for pomnlttmg their prisoner to be 1ynbhedt again raises the quostion prominently as to wwettler conltttiit cages ought tobo heard by a jury In this lWC three of the nine judges dissented anal It would sertn that when n tbh1d aC the men bcrs or the highest court In 4hhe land dissent from nn opinion it would be sufficient to imply a reason 11VO doubt ooncerning tile guIlt of the nocuf1tld If UIO courts of thelasrd may deprive n elUzen of his liberty withoue trial brIL jury of his peers as has been done In several notable instances to the past twelve monthsmn- y6nat ask to what extent xo areCuvC- 1Etl by Hv tng In t1 boasted tree Teti- liti1IMc with nti of the rights UJlIJOO to be guaranteed to us by the con atltyttonairbdned by thl blood ot our fore fattier abea those courts bcame pOl4ci The deftest of Senrlec Hopktns em- I re t tCon by the legtsfntutr or 1111 not last week md tho eiECtloo of- Repubtirnm a by a conblnuthm or boUil1- lRtJpullk611s and a large part of the Dauiocratc rapmontzi Ion St4 tho1- lature egt is another evtderce of tar o brenktng away fnpm party t1m in this country Mr lfopktnsn i aem- Inadetl by the Repubifoane in n prl many eoetion beldlby the vonen last ytnr In the some IDtImlel ns Goy error lQckht1 was notnfnnted by thE DIJJ1IUts tn KeDltltcky Hoyrever thorn was no seiddus quesston of hf 1l tie to the nomtnntlon Ho fins beo- drdetttcd n Inctwthctunddag his cbbto by the people bmti the RepuMca party in Illinois tnBJJOendegrad ed- cdnaeand morn o2 that loner which from party dksolpUr e Ve tnot moon to ptaeob ahideboundhawing 4 to party dictation I1t nU times and under Ji circuniibsnres but under ou- rsitem of gove nnlett parties are necessary anti party nomtnatlons shoud mean something else uhea they o uce to be valuable they w1C not be sought aoo we srcn see nn end to aU patty orgaalzaUon tnder the present con dittonS drat Republioon1ncIcr In the Statb of mlnoils can feel any security from n Patty nomdnattom In our opinion the u conditions ttave been contributed tolnrgely by the vast an- lireFent nato nl Repubicatn adnltn a Itmt10ns In the appodntment of D rn- ocrats to oltice It II Repuillcrrnt Pres dent reailzes that men of ltt1e opo site party can flli paitdons in the cabinet and other wlIartnteonts ot the government ns well or letter vnn men of his own party how dong will It take the individual voter to conclude tbit1e may as wLt vcste for n- Domocrot for President foUowFng out the rome line of t6I5Otlrag IIn another column will ho found n communication from Senator Boswortl concerning tho Good Roads Arnclliulint Which Is proposed to the oowtltutfon of Kentucky and Is to be vnkd upon at the coming November uectlon Our liosttloa upon the sivbjeot of good roods Is known iterevor thIs pl per Is read We favor county state and natdonnl aid for roads In Ken Lucky Tha time ta home when we must mdcadmnlze our roads K we are to compete with the people of othui Slants S the matter of LIPOrtn- Uon of every kind If good mats IIoO built wIthin the next few years It- mUt be done by breathing an fndwbh- edcees In some source We amadt hope to walt UJitll1 we IbaVG accumu- lnted money under our present s1s tom of taxation and In fact It abuid oat le rtgbt to do rooU ft were pos elMe Tbsterlty will be bnneditted by thesubtdantlalt auaoadendzt j al h= ways nnd pootegity sl uld balp K t along Aloraover thoredBnoagoodgl son why shit Natlcoal JOVQI11men1- vhxruM Tot decd dtrt aad to Ube but2 I fag ofsultnbio made Sos traropol tatian facilities in the sane way that u does rthe tmprpvemen4 otOIl water way Tbele could tol1 tretht for lho Wafer wuya pr tlgo ratlmade rdpF excetit lit If tpported oftT fOr many wdiep q F tit1dloBI tel tJm1 qupg mileL This MJl4 ast has bee I and It I a high time that the people who live in the You may classify yourselfanywhereyoui 7 please either by years taste or purse andwe l f have clothes here for youIYoung men and boys especially will find here the very snappy styles which they like to tjwear t The other more conservative styles are there too This store is the home of Hart cager Ii Marx i 1 CLOTHESAllwool fabrics right Tailoring fit and styles in models Satisfaction guaranteed to every customer Y 4W iwith a sense of obligation to buy You are welcome to come to see and to learn It will be toyour advantage to visit our store tandselect one of our 8 10 15 1820 25orl 30dollar suits E P BARNES BROS BEAVER DAMlCYt Interor ot Ue country would oc- ganlze Cor the PU1 Cfti ot eXacUngfrom the goverrnlt that whtdh Is only due them as c fair dte11buUon of the- money rnid out ycclriy for pubLc im- provemont The people pay the freight both wnps on tile roJ1roads and on thJe rivets xctwithzlandtog the fact tIhnIt the government nr11s keeps Ue rivers navigable and often assists In build- Ing the railroads There can be no reAson wlly the tame governeneclt should nbt extends a helping hand n I Little further Into the interior and aid the slruggIDg prople ird but1dllng passable tlJghnys over whtlch they era trmsl1Out products of the ihrm I to the railways and water avays and dlttrlbute the returning freight sentr out by throa great arteries of corn mere I WYSOX June 2School closed lilt Tnylortow a Friday with several visitors present i Ma the children were sorry school was out I llressre Rich fnylo EiId Crunk Jake Shruip Richard BmmlOns and Misaee Gertrude Moore Lizzle Mane Gertrude Baughn Nora Taylor attended the dedication at Centertown Sundhy Misses 111Y and IytllJ1lle Benton wtanlto Roetestt Saturday tMLsh11onatl3qughn spent Plddaynd with tIlrs Pearl Davemportr- tMrJ George Campfleld wiho dins been Jmj1rovbgI and Maas Pearl Monday Idles Mhry and Minnie Dent Katie and Iris EUiott and Powell Tone coiled at Mts n V Datiet orts Moil day evenIng I Mr nd Mos Will Campfleld went toltochester Saturday I Mrs It V DveDrport and daughter hides Pearl rutted Mts John Knight Ttiosaaybins Kenuttr is very 1If at- t wrhlugt+ I Mr Frank i8tebC1ry and wife visited Mm Cat1leberrys father Mr mmtln Watltuo Sunday airs Dtfle Broxla ash daughter lit tJ 31irsNtudba anti Miss Rota Cox v lskte APr Tom Kennnedy Suny 1Om Wltirtk Is quite sick at thlordtIeg Mr Llizlp Bryant visited Mr Tam Ktl1CcW Saturdny cfgat anti Suudty- aftpsFi Canes nnugbtv nn1 W E- ltau1tsvvswplt CentertowaSunlriq + p1 JI this cucnmlunity are wish JIgtor prettY weather I IrM OLATON June 31Ir and 1rsDowrl1 Dates gave oa mut5cn entertainment at heir home Saturday nfgiat- M F Sharp wife and son of Dbw ling Green were here onverul days lasZ week the guests or their con Cyru= George L Johnson Elizabebhtoma w ana hero last week and visited bls- i brother T F Johnson for Feral jd3Y3 E Cv Beard and dnuQtrtcr Stns Geneva Sampsel of Kansas City Mo anise Sunday to be at the bedstde- of hits Boards daughter rite Dr OW Felix to is quite 31- 1ltrs J F Alien epont the week- with her cousin Mrs Will WEber at- Celatfal Cay MT and Mrs Jasper Petiers nCCCll- npanJed by Mrs Reiia Owen spend Sunday in OwcnlJbo- rot1T8Owen visited he lsterMtfs Curr UtcheU until Tuesday night air Norton D Young wife amid 6m by nJlJd Mr Eel rnr Lnbcrt hm a re turned from Oklaihomn- Mr and Mrs Jollmi Allow were the guests or Mr Alton parento Mr and LMra D O A5lem ot RoiJlneSun day Mr Nnttie Wldte woe In Dundee Saturday Jesse Daniel spout Satundny and Sunday with Ito uncle iLr Gwrge WdJoonMT 1Vtlt1 mJU1 Mti oodwas in Oiatbn Tbu dIY Misses Etna OugtniingsaQ fumce- OooJney Maudie Dlaidel Saddo and- Rese Ford nettle St Clndt MId Airs I Nellie HUll and laughter MisstltESir were the guests of Mr rand Aliea Dow deuEst Sunday I Arr Too 1JQbeul tOOlto be gnlte dayot dropsy I Mrs lOrd Stewtttt and datlghher acre the tsofdlB Jdhfz Amen htbidUy f Antis Verudo De1 11eesebt Dart tt- Forry srSt We wok with her I aunt Airs FWgla Stove atb ds M- of rdloumratlnpli w Mr AMont ttItOI 1V1kmaw- nam cornpcfent muec teacher ldu cliched a suooeseddl sohdol fltNewl gayhll9 We hope to hq19Mr Stew 4u t teach u e eMOOt M this place ns he seems to fve Torougtfy rim tared tie subject of yaoil rnutfio Mr Vervn Crowder or HOnro it tine li lUbe with us again In pcliaal ryhis you Kentucky nod Ohto county needs tjtthohor 1n every srxaDdiwtID tEUKll = ea Wouldnt Mrs 0routierB mnni y 1 1 appear first on the 1M I notice panda is tlhe Jtrrt came on out Listory pnge Who wtldl be the next to give B dksoriptdoa ot their home town A NARROWS fi Junb 2 Mr Jack Walker was id- Owensboro recentty Miss Dauie Li1tw went to Folvili Tuesday Mr S P Bennett Qnd ron tMlncuding are in Lexington thIs week attend lug the graduating exerciecs nt athdcli his son Clarence wail graduate Mrs Amanda Park Dundee vlntted then son Mr Will Park Tuesday dts Vorna Sharp ud n Ooaton visited Mrs Sharps mother Mrs Ida Roenlrow Sunday 111 and Mrs C H Rourdonand son are visiting in FoonJitOO ttds week Mr Arthur Bennett who than been attending sclIooJ in Lexington for the past few months Is expected Iliomb this week t111ss Em Gentry stab has been at lS3turdayAtr and Mra Rossoa I3ew1ley and Mr9 Martha Cumahan spent SwIY In Derunledtfr Lawiace wttn In Foontg vlks Saturday 1rr Herbert Graham was ton Owtt bore Saturday bliss Myrtle c inter vot1EHedlhel aunt Mrs Jim DaTJ1ttt lhilpot last weel- c4S COOPER CRbOLROUSE JUt1e 1Our Sun ay tr3iool fatOg- resicg nicely The farmers are lLOOutt1hrougjh pasnh dog corn and have set seine iolaWco 1 iRev OlrsonTR7EorbIjd d9 bit v Tests oW vlsdttng tolafbveu and irlendshere nut at MlocaBantns B Mn Alirord Elnione U rocs the Lek 1f titPrentfslest Sunduyt M Aura Heaaali SteYMS Is wdi dos A her daughter e- A3lcs Olive Gordon visited pier sIrt Ides IJawremce Allen a lbw days want 41by tMllseOrrha StlItrfutvet Dam VLIted J t parents lREot 1l1oUNlDy night itmnplcteetcachdrg In the near future r t J j f I l- i JZI ti I i t S- a y J r a I 1a i i WhyNot Buyt i EUJtPACKAR D a KORRETSHAPE SUPERB qualitY of material and wear Value satisfaction tol every purchaser 4 3 A range of styles covering every taste and require fAi These reasons with the following guaranty Wthrough before the first sole 14 L1 a doubleweight sole oe a new pair free of This wonderfully Burrojaps II or shoe the States BUY A PAIR TODAY I FAIR DEALE Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 4 Ulnols Central RallroadTlmo Table At Beaver Dam Ky I Oonndrm 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Careen who can eave you mOIiey 38tf 4 rt f- aq For ipecJel targalnb In Sewing ll chines call on Grose Williams e City Restaurant fceda the people as 4 usual Once a customer aflwnys aousr teaDerI I Wtau Willie smith Is a few r days M WWtesvfllle wita relatives and t WemdfB f MCss iiidn Morten wiho has then la CtorWa tot wveral montibs returned fccdne Monday airs JoTan G Keown of hj Ohio Ccusvty Supply Go veinL- ouivtlleAlondaya L v on p I 11t Bart Packardshould toyou Umited LiDe 5 IBuyPatentkatherShocsl That Arc Guaranteed leatherIIKorrect Shape breaks Leven cheerNapiersrrrJcp charge durable leather patent ShapeShoesdealers allover United Muel32pm HoI02dne4 1j sunshine experienced eponldlng cecretWy business impel Shoes Get ymr Meads and Luchos at City I Rtetatirnt Dont fell to see our Ladlbs fTaPor mado Suits CARSON OO I Attorney C E Smith was in Ewins villa on buslreas several days this weekaMr A I TvaH of Loltchlield was the guedt of his mother a few days this week Mr Sum Jones Mountain Park Otolalorcn lstriovgue e at fats parants Mr and Mrs J C Jones Mr T J Martonr ctuEihler of the ItCond Deposit Book and family vis ited relative1 In Hartford Sunday Miss Martina Bennett who has bfea teaching at PUlburg Texas for the pat year htts returned honfe for her vacation air Harry N BecwjHAit wuio is eon nected with the regular army and stationed at Ft Thomaswas the gum of relatives here this week Mrs Attye Griffin and Miss Mary Taylor twlil leave tomorrow for Greenville to attend themooting of Womans Missionary iSociOty of ithe Methodist Church W H Moose Sonwlllpay high est market prleesashfor Ginseng- and Yellow Root To be eundrltd an not split 4Gt2 Mr W D Moore whoso serious Ill ness lies boon mentioned to these columns does ret Improve and rfua has been removed to the tome of hor father ialaw Mr W H Moore Miss Gwendoline HayncB of Marion Ky Is visiting the family of Rev Virgil Elgin She husbeeru attending the Bayrte ColJege at Lexington Ky and la a moot charming and attrac tivo young lady Miss HITes mitt leave Hurtlord Suturday Mr R C Porter wiio cnnle to Hartford about tarea jneitrs sea as a civil onstoeer on the Kl H E Rail road Jetft Monday for Ms mme tn BirmlinghQni ACh MT Partter gained a wide circle of friends anid acqualn tanoes while among us who regret Ws departure The dedication of the baptiat church at Con ertown Cast Sunday te attended by many Hartford people The day was an Meal one and hlgtUy oat Joyed by tIle immense concourse of people who a ere ttOOIO About 90000 was ratied to ciear ilhe ttourdnl dolt- ViabulfdingIs a nloe modern struo iture which will bo a crddttt to Oen tertown At the Hartford church June dth the Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday School rally and allday meeting of the Hartford Btoda and Hickory jJUijlo day SchoolW111 begin promptly at 930 a mi The basket dlnrieramay be taken to the college the chukbwhere a runs hiipQlntedi for the purpose will depoett thorn to await the noon hour At 12 oclock the dinner will bo spread oh tallies iri thqq college yard and nil present In1 vitedvA universal Invitation and corn dial welcome is extended tp nil i a Wltiout a doubt We can tit and- pldasehe ladles In n Tailored Suit CARSON co The OhtoOounty Medical Society met WeSjesay wlflhi qultp o mlnVber ot the physicians of the ojpuaty in attcadance We are lust Ini receipt of a fine as sortment of L1dli Tailwtebce W uQI Putts Come Iatanswpitcs frod blues with prices frjm 350 to 750 CARSON CO Rev J W Brucer of Paduiaih liI ed the pulpit at tte Baptist church Suntfuy morning and ntgrat It is thought likely he may ba chbajn as bcsCer ct the church ten Mr Wesley BartErd died at bis Ftfdayeightage and wee cce cf tlhe moat hjfefly respected citizens of tho couaty- OIciiSiB E M GllkCEon1 and S W Brady of West Virginia and Dr A D James Penrc Ky reprtesoatlng i the Green River Coal REdMlnlng Co were In Hartford yesterday in the interest cf their Company I Pmt George Bailey of LcttcMIeM the new Principal ct Hartford Oolioge was in town several days this week oonferrtag with the hoard of Edu cation with iaferencfe to the work of the echool for the coming year Leave your laundry at Lyona grocery for the Rkliri and Steam Laun dry Richmond Ind Tto JaurMtry Uta ahviajis gives satisfaction Prompt de iivory Setlsfacitlon guaranteed 1A E PATE oA AXASTA PATIN llitf Agente Judge W B TVrytor irde a trip to Lou vne one day host week to fCtero Archie Chine In the care of thus Or ptoM Home Society The JweeJ was accomr nlCTl by Rll s Lee IfcyJcr tis daughter and they report a very psatant time while wt the institution Wo are Mdcbtetd toouryntrg rJen1d MoDoweCl Addlmgron Kogfe for an in vlt tlon to the conwaeraconiirit exec uleM of Goorgetown CoCOese vtnUft boglns todtay The program is a sien did work of art Mr Foglp is in the graduating clues which is cconpotuld i tnirty tUg min and laCAvs nrd he won the honor of representing his ckiae as Qhiss Orator Mr Fogie is owe of too brighter of Hartford IXJJM of whom we are all proud Captain Stark 11thIbis crew of track layers has iretichod Hartford anti our citizens are aJl Qrapg Hartford will be headquarters for tine various crews for about two weeks The sidings are boJng 3uW nod t6e bearding mrs will ILe sidetracked here for sometime Wo un dertlond that work has bmn com menced on the Green River bridge and it is hoped it will be completed by the ifiJnt of Sea tOTer at tich time the road will probably be open for buslrefB from iMiidlonviEe through to Lcuiville In the meantime som freight wUl likely be token from Hart ford and other paints East We lire reJitobly Informed that a contract tos already been made to make the tobacco which Is being put up hero by the Imperial Tabooco Company begin lIng the 17 of this month There will be about 400 hogsfoeads TOe Kta Lucky Electric Power Company Las been given the contract to furnish water for the trains at this place and the pipe line hcs been runi the tank to a point wooer wthiere th depot will be located OThq mllroad Compooy will build a 50000 gallon tank Into which the water will be pumped in the near future RENDER June 1 Herman RenOer went to Hertford last Wednesday- I P Barnard bf Loutevillewasihere last Wednesday horn to tho wife of F O Baker a boy dart Wednesday enter and oblld doing well Dr H B Inns was the attending physician Mrs M J Taught card daughter Mfci Era went to Horton lest Thursday- Mr and Mrs Hen Harris wont to Caneyvllo lack Tihursdey Mr and Mrs Oda Rnlty cd Bevler were here last Tihurfday nom to the wire of COOs OTpasOTOpT1 u girl last Thursday mother ondchJCd dokg well Dr II B Inneu was the attending physician Jho H Barrabs ot Harrlriburlff IV and S F Harvey of Central City nvaia here Friday Mrs M V Fair and MrsJoanleR- a41 wore In Hartford Friday Mrs Herman Render was in BeLxver Dam Saturday EvertJte KecOail of Taylor Mines was here Saturday Jtno Splnks of Dirndee wee here Sunday Oboe Roncrer spent Sunday In Cen te oytq ylsittpg his parents Vh C Hooker of Olwv on was here yesterday f f W B Alexander of Central City wjw here today Simon Stt liej lets todayfor the East whore fc0 spend the summer ynJlat o City lJj n be absontifor 3 or 4 mogt4 Rt oi 4 1 a FAIRVIEW June 1The Woodmen of America wlil decorate the grave and unveil too monument of A 01 Acton next Sunday at 3 Pom at MltfKirc tem oteryriStK Vy shoal at this plate win be herdchnext Sunday at 9 a mal ter tN teat t iousaM hour which is 3 oicck p m Wo thrive moved to grove war its ecboolhouse which Is large aid well arranged so we have pleaty of room Come one and all for OU are welcome ito T J Acton not being Very well and overtaken and delayed by the heavy mln Sunday morning failed to v CreanellilWle Alma Mtoxtay Shrevo is visit WAlienilr C C White and W C Myers went to Centertowni Saturday morn leg to be present at thVi deOldtlcaoi the new Bai tet church at that place they report a llrte tune iiiU MJss Mary Lcrerp White is viEltlig ter uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs C W ChrisUoni Care Run Mr Frank Graff SJm1 whose ill ness we have reported from time to time h ct the point of death at this witirgMT p nd Mrs J R Wron and HtUe daugMer Beuah audi little ion Wavy were tile epottte of Mrs and Ww Moo JeIfundQY Qllfoes Madye and Martha PoU and tel Sanumle Hoover nncl Oar Smlt Marvin York ankl Fra k WrlgCi of Horton were t eamrt cal r of Miss Bcoelo F Acton Sundry af er noon Mfc Mtntle Brownd of Roslno va the gireet ofhe ir trJend Miss Eualto afternoonSir totrasd ia tie C lighter Mies Isabelle Dundee were tp gues of Mr AcSona fath er Mr 1V H Abton aril family Sundry i Mire IElTC F Acton visited Mr on Mrs n H Wilson Monday night Mrs C C White and obtldireTi Fix and lvt were pe Hurt collena of Mli= tse Beeeale K and Ruby Acton Friday berncoT fIMr p q Mrs Roscoe Acton and drew Tony and Fitzhugh Horton vls4ti S1t1urdcd Stray night with a large Nwd in nttcndarre Mr Gracvle Ohrf fan our tent her and nos ilwtfter CTI be found iin vbore lIes laborecil ialth fuWynnd well anal tine pupils all have the futlefactlon of knowing foe Ins I doer fcimrt We wouid mxnrrmm Wm lo any people wanting a flue teacher and nt a moderate price he has had good sue es with his school hire and TO feel that it waa time and money wel spert r w Why not have a nice picture thisespring while house and grounds are at their best DDnt you want a good photograph of some rightjI i get your Located over The Republican Of fice in Hartford also headquar ters for large Portraits and Guarane teed Card of Thanks Hartford Republican Please accept my thanks for the Jewel box which I receive as one of your Prizes ard It Is u beauty too I want to thank my friends who hdpcd me secure it I have nor ex pecti d to win the Piano as I htivo been In school at Boavcr Dim steoo January 25 and could tot gut out to tee my friends and as I sun onl1 litte girl 13 yeais of age I shall not feel Ini the east dirappblntdt L4t me extend my congratul ttors in ladvanca to the one who succeeds In wlncitog the Plane and I suarentthat will be Miss Lillian Monroe I May run again sometime when I Set older itI I do I will ask my frintidsl to hop me to more successful Thanking ttose again Riho did te0p me Ill Clew Rtfepectlvely OWE B TIiaMAS DUNDEE Juno jrFarmccs ot thiS commun ity ore getittee SIaJg very sCow poCTt irg torn on account of so much rain but tpia been very busy rotting tolfetooMts Mary CarnelIan let Narrows Is the gu ct of Mies Abbio and Ve larfci HrrJion at this vrtJlnls Mr Joili Shreve and taaMy SuTyitvy wtth Itrs 8h roves lstC11jlirl Roe Harrison near Barretts Terry Mr Graaviilo Christian of time Run is teaching a eicghrg elate at this pkcsxe MrRcjxrt Duftwho alas badly hurt by Kue kicking him la the site and banking three ribs a few days ago154u9etto be out again i E What has given full measure of service what has failed j Housekeeping gives you a splendid opportunity to sit in judgment andsee It is a good time to consider shades j We are showing BRENLIN the new shade mate rial that is closely woven and supple without filling of any kind Opaque shades are made ofa loose cloth thick- enedI and stiffened with chalk When used the breaking of this chalk makes the shades crack This I makes the conspicuous unsightly pinholes and linesso often seenI I BRENLIN is a genuine serviceable shade that wont Li crack 2isa big improvement over other shades and is one more evidence of the pains we always take to have the best to show you i Rug Specials rr Receivedseveral 9x11 Brussels Rugs in New Patterns One week i sale price 989 Specialprice on small er Rugs For your needs Dont Forget Barnard Co 1 H i tfrd I y Wall Paper CJI 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 WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in pattern andprice e Q Samples submitted and estimates furnishedupon request W D TTJTOEJ3 PAINTING AND DECORATING 115 Main Street Hartford Ky s GET r OUR PRICES ft ION Barre and Quincy Granites I AYbcD and Vermoiff Marbles IItalian STATUARY WORK ITHE THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Hartford h rt Loos 1r 7f f 1 I t I lit S I I oo+oo+oo+o+o+ iHote He Found I Sleep t o+o+o+o +o+o+o+o+oo+ By SALLIE MENDEEM il Cap7rtgbt19O9 by American Presa Asso- claUony The way I got out of the burglar line was this I had mighty good nerve and wasnt afraid of any one I seemed to snow what kind of a crib to crack and mow to do it without waking anybody And getting away between midnight and dawn when the cops are most I drowsy While 1 was doing a job II thought of nothing except my work And was both cool and watchful I wasnt one of those blokes who scare people to death or who are ready If necessary to add murder to robbery The truth Is I never liked the prospect of facing either charge At I was saying while engaged at njy work however dangerous I was steady as a monument but when dan get bad passed and I had nothing to do but think I went downhill very fast What bothered me most was that I couldnt sleep nights that Is when comfortably stowed away In bed I once took a nap In a gentlemans par lor and was only wakened by the sun coming up and shining In my eyes 1 Just got out in time to save myself But when lying on a soft mattress with warm covers and no chance of being disturbed sleep wouldnt come to me I lay awake thinking of th time when I would hear prison doors clang behind me The thought was dreadful Im afraid I was too fine grained for the business Month after month my hours of Bleep grew less till I feared Insanity One night I woke up at midnight after having slept two hours and knew there would be no more slumber for me tifl the next time I went to bed I was so desperate that I got up with the Inv tention of going into some house where I had no right and there snatch an other couple of hours sleep I had n crib In view n small house with not much In It But I was looking for leep not plunder I went there took out a pane of glass entered and went upstairs to find a place to settle down- I stood In a dark hall looking into a room where a night lamp was burning In the room a woman was In bell with a child both asleep The child was sleeping on the front of the bed very near tho edge He was a boy and I think about five years old On n narrow lower bed close beside the other slept another child a girl of about three She was sleeping In the center of her bed on her side and had her chubby fist up against her fat cheek It was hot summer weather nnd none of them except the woman mad any covers whatever interested me was that the boys head was hanging over the side of his bed and so much of his body too that It looked to me as if he was about to fall Ho was restless and I knew he would be over very soon Somehow I wanted to see him fall though I kept in the dark so that he wouldnt see me If he woke up The next kick he made sent him over Ho Ml o couple of feet but didnt wake up He landed partly on the little girl but she didnt wake up eIther I ex pected sho would as she moaned once or twice In her sleep and turned over bntJl1y sho slept ns peacefully as 3 eoiI tff s such a delightful picture to esutrerlng from insomnia that I kept on watching tho children The boy continued his kicking and crowded the girl pushing her with every move 10 the front edge of her bed It must have been half an hour that he kept this up when there was a thump and the girl lay on tho lloor But she seemed to be as comfortable there as on her bed At any rate she showed not the least sign of waking Meanwhile I hcaifl the muttering of distant thunder and while I was look Ing at them all there came one terrific crash loud enough to wako the dead The mother turned over but neither of the children moved Thenjfpllowed ono crash after another and I expect ed that at least the mother would wake up and take a look at her chll dren But she slept on She must have been very Ural or hud lost a lot of sleep or she couldnt have slept through those terrible bolts Never had I heard such thunder before The only effect the storm bad on nay of them was to Increase the restless ness of the boy Ho rolled and tumt lled In Ills sloop like n ship tossed by tlio waves sometimes lying for a few mluutrs close against hIs mothers lied then rolling over to the outer edge of his own I was sure hed in time tum ble out of this bed as he had out of the other and I was bound to see him do 1L Sure enough before I expected It lIe gave n lurch and landed plumb on top of hIs sl ter Neither of them awoke I reckon women know In their sleep whats going on with their children nor now that the storm was over and everything was still us the tomb tho mother sat up In red glanced at her children got up and put them In their proper places Then sho went back to bed herself and was asleep In a mo mentWell I said to myself It thats what a clear conscience will furnish Im going to havp a clear conscience J went back to my room resolved never to enter any tunas house n I but my own at least nut for plunder I went to bed and slept like a top for twentyfour hours i kept my resolution found honora ble employment and prospered But 1 didnt forget the family that converted me The mother was a widow and having a time to get on I made l1erncqtutl tnncoa1I1 married her But none of my family know that I hod been 11 burglar or bowl came to 3rthem + V 1flL ri j ter r The NeW oardeh What did you say your name was 7 Inquires the landlady In a hoarse ehls perCamp Ladles and gentlemen this Is Mr Grant She waves you to a vacant chair The young lady on your right drops n half bow The young gentleman to your left drops a pork chop Thus amid covert sneers supercilious glances and general awkwardness you take your place among nu alien people A bash house Introduction always dewtclares the humorous boarder Be seated gentlemen know each other and be acquainted- Wherea t you must smile Chase the cow this way continues the humorous hoarder In time honored reference to the milk pitcher whereat you must guffaw You are always master of ceremo nies says a young lady boarder to the humorous onoAB for me Im tootimidWhy you timid 7 Oh Im so lIttlel Sweet goods come In small pact agesSo does poison Fine old repartee After dinner you ascend to your hall bedroom and wonder If you will ever bo at home in this company Dut you know you will Within a month you will be lending money to the humorous boarder and perhaps have a love affair started Puck Not a Success The manager oY the subscription book department was telling of some of his experiences The funniest case J remember he said was that of ou applicant for a Job at boot canvassing from whom I expected great things lie made a careful study of the litera ture we supplied him with and was very enthusiastic Judge of my sur prise when the first morning he went out back bo came and banded In hIs resignationBut should not be so easily discouraged I told him Few make a success at the start and you ac knowledge that you went Into only two places Only two ho said lugubriously One was a real estate agent who per suaded me to sign a contract for two lots In Flzzlehurst and the other was a tailor who sold me a suit of clothes I didnt watt And shaking his head mournfully he mumbled Good day and went out Lippincotts In the Hands of the Law An impecunious young lawyer re cently received the following letter from a tailor to whom ho was In debtedDear SIrKindlY advise me by return remittancefromYours truly J SNIPPEM The follower of Blackstoue Immedl ately replied Dear SirI have your request for ad vice of a recent date and beg leave to say that not having received any retain er from you I cannot act In the premises Upon receipt of your check for ISO I shall be very glad to look the matter up forIyou and to acquaint you with the results of my Investigations I am sir with treat respect your most obedient servant BARCLAY B COKE rrSuccess Magazinebtnw Redundant Particular Cleveland people consider tbo name of their town sufficient as an address without the addition of Ohio and one protesting against the uso of the name of the state tells n story to Illustrate the folly of redundant particulars It reminds me be said of the fussy Englishman who went up to St Peter and said Tin from London And thou for fear the saint might mix hImI up with somebody else ho added London England you know That riled the good old gatekeeper From London England eh he said Well Mr Man from London England youre knocking at the wrong door Your new address Is Shcol Brimstone coun ty Dominion of Lucifer Exchange + uu The Gnu In the Zoo Theyve got a gnu In the zoo Its a new gnu That is to say no one ever I lava it there before When it arrived it had very little cpat Consequently it way in a state of guudlty bunco this new ditty we are composing on the subject But now It Is no longer I guude That new gnu knew some thing and grow n new coat for tho cold werther If some people knew what that now Nubian gnu knew they would keep their hair on London Scraps Importance of Vowels Do you fully realize the importance of the vowel e In English Time In scription Prsrvyprfctiunvrkpthsprcp tstn over the Decalogue In an Eng lish country church puzzled people for 200 years Pepper it properly with os and you may read Preserve yo crfect men ever keep thcso precepts ten Easy tent It Boston Globe Modest Modern Man Whatever marho said ofTho ernImau ho cam bo f be modesty While tho nDcients dldth utmost to prove that they issued from the gods we do our best to demonstrate that wo havo descended from monkeys Paris Journal 4 Mosquitoes and House Flies t Tio Board or Health is 5 jvfcvnning nn aggraudvo cwnpalgn against tlionuas gtrbtiottatbthchbucdiy tbTQu Loot tiro summer irontfas or AS Icux ns Dan of th 3orjoovTOoBouivfw and laoaus nt fly propagation and how it mt1ooll1mtutlt6so sjimplo to easy and Involves to 1 little expccee Glad eo ttte Mbertbot JroVtIloteo much is knows tbtro Ha cbsJuteiy exclnd far pmntttlng1 the fly to oxlt- Whcro Unbre Is ckonltsetn acid pro per sanitation there will temiitcs If the policy reoominiutkled by1 the board of toxemias ngaJati the flJos of covering the ofifnl nrd gwjbBea In which their eggs tire deposed Wltto crude oil or ether t isnteat1cno or keeping it In rightly rtceiitaieleel so that the files ooutd art set to it were carried out uniformly and KH gently there arose d swoon be aa erd of tine fry nuisance Pttfcaps k Is too much to expect that every one will do Ws duty In tale respect nmd thoroftoro It may rat be hoped that cither the Oy of the mosquito will be vrtiblly oxUmnlnated fry a long tlmo to come but tho nuisance cnn be lit least moasunubly absuttd bya ftgil gu1I1tlon8posed to foe cleanly doing utmost in tint todhalf I The bag Eumimer la which KAta cud mosquitoes are most In evidence IBI now upon us ocd the insects wlil mul tlply In greet numbers and spread die ease with ititanCTtous energies If fev en fuU opportunity If we dosntw a malarial fevers typhoid fever and law teetlnnl allmente of oil shots rwe must I I got rid of both tto malarial mosquito and the dtocJos Sprcettag houseiiy The moons are at hand ad the pta Is eo simple tist ocy child can xinfcr stand Ttoe teaohera Ill the fidiccSJ should ln itraict tho children DSt the poison distributing Imbits of the hou e fly and their offcxfe enlisted la toe crusade against him aa thoy have heretofore been eo wtfd employed In tho destruction ot the TrroGdlrg rtoree of mosqultoea Tliaj tan do a deal in thc r any to kelp grotI efforts of their oWons In1 the mcintsie the bo cnrcfully looked fbW1oslhnudI itarj InSpcctoTs ca owners and where either itltes or 111101 qultoes urn trouWoscrao It wi31 not be I difficult to lccatethe caug The pub lie health of San Autcaln trfl been greatly improved In recent let rs by tte precautions taken ngatnat Bickns and disease under the lntciig Eft direr tloii of the Boaiid of He ulta and the enforcement bj the ntoitoistratorof tile health ordinance When the ere no longer any files or mosquitoes 1noatI Wealth of the People of the United States Heretofore no esKS1 riles Mve hem jioseiblc conoeiolag the value of imop erty In the United States at tho be glfiinJng of tibe OoagtJtational govern imtot It te htowever fcoslUe to roughly compute all warmth upon the bnra of the number of dweOifinSSoom putedin this report as represerating tbe number of farms or proiKTites ihavlng an avuenge value A reasomUy so cumto tjtlmato of tire value of slaves Is biJsxj avatfable The total value of all property In the Republic at the parted of the First Census tprobably not tees than 500000000 and not more data 700000000 Tfco toD ards of vnue at tbat time were onuHh less than they are now Hence In terms of proscrt vaiuoa it Is pmbnUe that all property In 1790 was worth ap proxlmttUi3y one biMfoti to onn bSICon jud a quarter tiotZare The tottl per cupltu wraith In 1700 arts shout 171 In New Erglnnd 138 to the Middle StuteB 145 In tho South 217 but on the bneiei of present money Balhs tttceo flguivs should at trust be doub lOll pp An Old Jail Grnirt rouivlyB old tog Jail which rocontly burned at WllliarrMJovni mss built Jn 1821 at a coat of 220 It was used for fchlrtyOive ydua and no prisoner ever oscnped from It Pout IKjrworH were taken out of It to bo haugwl Two wihlte Ilion Majw and Croucii wore hongtUi by n mob Tfwo nit roes were hanged kgtTJy Ore of them wits nausea of having muriorcO tils masters wife He ixno toatsd his Innocoaoe Before being hung tho mono Hgata declared ebcetlie wrcnot gushy and told Wuai pre ant lint llgtituJng wouild strike the two vTiblo ark toxxw in attesUutlon of dots lrf x once Lightning did strike the tnecq and on its doatJibed tto ftm mar master erf the negrb confceeed tlfttt he had Willed his wife and charg ed the crimo to tho negro wiio ma entirely Innocoat as bo mid dlaimed to be says the VlK aa JtDwn CourIer IRIch MpnsClfts aro poor berldo this I want to 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Wedding Judge J S OlennClty Attorney W M Hudson Marshals Court convenes second Monday in eachf monthCity CouncllJ H Williams Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer R E L bimmerman C M Barnett E B Ulrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Kmest Ellis School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J 8 Glenn W R TlnsleyC UBarnett and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 am and j 7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray i eveningRevBaptist Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening- C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p In Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyyfourthp m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma sons meets first and third Monday night in each month C M Barnett W M E P Moore Secretary f everythird 1 C M Crowe High Priest Roscoo Render Secretary Hartford Chapter No S4J O ESmeets 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Taylor Beaver Dam RFzD Na 3 Richard PlunMner TayJoTiMInes 5 I 6 J 1 Drown Rockport I t LECTRIOITtERSQuick Reliefand C re forHead The best loalo CtwMlv d a ac ie3ucackeDlzzlneia Medlclasj for these die iIndlgMios Malaria etc eteae Sic GuaraateeaV I t iJ J rf p r1 Y T j4 M I SEN TORBRADLfY 1fOR TOBACCO MEN Speaks for Removal of Six Cent Tax t His Appeal Listened to Marked Attention by Colleagues I Betrhtor Drtdtey mtudo a long tpeelc h In the United Stes Sonate kit Friday m advotzvcy of the removal or the lnternal rovntU9 tux Of six crotai pound on tb1xwoo trt the hem L He nsaJrtctJJ such action to be ass- enti31 roc ltie weJr1re or taboethgrow- ere throug1kJUt the wUndTy and Itroo- otherot of eight riders do Keatuc and POnmeLf e to what lie doolarod be the unJust aaurbe ot the tbbo1oo trla daalingi16h the tdIbJooo Pro duoeasl Bmdley mid that thissment propos to restore in the tortfIt L bill the House u vhtan tor tle tree e31o of oaf totciaco by the furma- ravhdoht b strlckim out IbN the Fitbince Oammrttoo of alto Bonato- 11Jr Bltuloy mY1 wed l11oe growibh of the AlmericanPdbaoho Company nt- le time of its origadlmtion do 1890 rwlJtbB cntplttil stock ot 25000000 to the present dAy wttroh stook 1ndluWtig that oVoI1ed tae sUbsIdiary companlct- umouai g to moue tLaml OOOOOOOO Not content v11ib r1Astnoying a71 rom pottt1cm JO tale Urdbed Statce Mr DmdJ srhld the Amrerlcan Tohaoc Company drone the Impends TaOOcoo Company or Grunt Dritian Its cbd6 OOIDIpOtstor to a compromEJe and ot t1n6d an sgreitent by tech the1- Impora1 yd4icd up a91 oompetxoadn tho United Stnltos Fiance Austria ltoJly Portugal as- othee eountrtes mob ancanwhLe di creed tlbOft the GovernIoonltwoul buy atud Import tobacco IJI a buslnes3 iJhe profit going Ittio the oolers or the GovcctmcnIt under 11hat is known CJS the Riegle atom said Mr Dnadley- 1To Awe Ems Tctxueo Company serg tale dmgfr to this dlreotOo- nentered into a ocmspirtiey watt the Re gle ageuts bY wblJih the teMltJory 0souM be acd wns ChllddJ aU agr- ing to fray ti sumo nrwd ptlces aw lICibttlJg tho terTltcr IJIJo wen deli meta dLwlkts so that tb1fO dould b- a e no con ct or interests Thus the produCoCll3 founhl tenuetvelp- oworleEtf trod mmool b1 on every slue oontlnuoo Mr Bmdley and ateI nJfEUCJrg to Comnyi13 wltaput eL11etzt tgsdoletjSsode Ie3whdeh rutC to n fILturnalt- or crume to KoJtuoky a1IJ Tenneco e While oonoutclng the plght ride r outmgeu jolt Bradley dedaredi thlf the tobnooo leaf growers 1 ue so son- Iy prested that they wero foced to comb a to protoct tleVES lUll 3 toot tiho croJmo3 Mo iFtultfd weta due to the trusts lOPllI on myjUdignnEctmid same oontnet will ho 1C1tOO people terrorized and the States metro ly InJured leglslatlOIrwhiCh the roprttEnltill texist ag Mil Bradley mId I 111111 cato k1 the bQnnUtg tthrut undor the PTnocmt n5 tubes and TutrZ3 or the proilaCin3 ElroyJ4earooubrountinllJy Iiaced It the raneery bligithhetrrid es i OIr DJtId1ey mod tOO two pnEdip- obJe all on3 Je1Jo Cris Ipnopo ad- DmeI o ont ever tYut It opened tfhe oor Oro fraud said rentLJtJrot uncontn0- Cho n onioitxmwnt of the toOOcoo tax and that It matOmkt1Y ddorafetkl tho amOunt or revenue ddtdcted Ole aa4entod teat co law could be de pvcnrtnwd r4Hnactmelitto botbW3bv1I1he Uoperatek itken ova auldOO pomparatVroly nma01 srMPranti aal bbbeng w1ouMbe Able to seUs- DEl un 1 ci tOLeL1aoo m tJOO nllltuml lent M1vitliout ttvaPa3Cnent of any tx or et3at to IUlWonwlltlhrotijpooutf ihiGaIIGlucUbgohe md1oas e1anOBt Ofmlddesi y a SlftmIbkou doRa by tho ppnderoes mwlsce afan e11puwer4ul irunt J i1ktClldl 6ha11 uaanaairid we a may Bot Ut Iulp too Lippe that whUe Ollr optre3SOrtf e chlelfao thflyj- wt11 cmnOD lima when theyshaUl 00- we1ghbl1n the bbcnaenhd are fuwld Whose judgtn ent will be thou are wmglhed In the Iltiar3ce nki ar foriarl- wanUng r Osteopathy telepathy and Magnetic Healing Made Plan Man has power to stop this aches and poise U he knew hoW to use iL I acheha lng10e failure I concluded ttt what wasm so easy for mo to do that I could teach others to do I rind that most people are able to kern to do the state thing icily It has been a great bap to me es I nm htalCWer and stouter then when I knead I tool better than I have felt since I wns elgMeen yew oM Have not thad a degree ot fever since I have learned It To most people Chas wiU appear n great mastery but after they have learned hOw to Stop their aches and pains the misery thou wlll tongtolearn and though there have been lots or men who were able to do this but Were unable tO teJCh others uccessfully sari rom people weld thInk them omnh ororozq on that one thing but I have studied It- tlU 1 know It to be a Saw ot nature that is as true as any law is nature and it you ran do what I tell roe to do the robe or pain twill rtsop Instantly I have toulId some where they had a severe headache that they were un IIIble to stop But take my bands and stop U Tall thorn Just what to do and they could atop their oohes and paIns dtm bhat Lt this can be 1ttll be the greatest blessing fin BUt fering humanity or anything that has ever been discovered I l1t1 ot the opinion that man or woman hen ad ache or pain that they can not stop bether they loom just what to do and how to dO This is so different from a+ hat people believe that I expec- ti to be harder to make them believe they have that power than to toooh them how to use it I think we should look wltJbln for the power to cure our Us and not without I teach one for 500 how to use this power I guarantee to learn him or her or refund their money Ico not think anyone would regret givIng thAt for the knowledge os I would not t1ke one hundred times that for tt for my own use I obligate one not to teach or try to toooh anyone Ibow to use this power to stop aches and mints Wtllbe ot Beaver Dun Friday Satur day and Sunday beginning Ray 21 C Y ALLEN pO TESTIMONIALS May 10 1909Thls Is tr certify that I took II lesson from C Y Al len on stopping uoheu and pains hole been able to stop them ov since S J DUNN May 10 1909Thls Is to certify that I took a lesson from C Y Allen on stopping aches rind pain and boon been able to stop them ever since T C STRATTON Thds 18 to certify that I took A lemon from C Y Alren on s5appln g ache and paIns and have been abe to stop them ever since MRS CORDIAL SHIELDS May 10 1909This Is to certlty toot I took a lesson from C Y At lan on how to stop aches and pains I could stop them for a while but for got how took another lesson and have been able to shop them ever since HT SHIELDS rro whom it may concernI kno C Y Allen ot Cromwell Ky and take pleasure in recommending Otl as n man or honor end ntegrltyaDJd his word Is hIs bond wherever he is known and his responsibility tlnan daily Is unquestioned 43t4 J PbfIULER w 4 Kentucky Fair Dates Hartford September 8i nays StandfoM July 313 dan Henderson July 27b dray Georgetown July 275 days tladironv1He August 35 days Winchester August3r4 days iDhlegJUs Fair LexIngton August 96 days rrayloT6v11le August 14 days Union town August 106 dAys Olorrodsburg August 123 days Leitcbdeld Auguut 174 days JiarboutwUe August183 days Drodhood August 183 days ShophetdsvUlle August 183 days Ewing August 193 days SI1lbyVUJe August 24ii days Ellznl1ethtOwn August 243 days Springfield August 264 dSLondon ingest 254 days Florence August 254 days Fmnktort August 313 days HudlnsburglA t 313 days d3rstrompldnsv1l11e y Fern Creek September 16 days L Dardstown September 14 days Hodgeavttle September 73 days tdontlcollo September 74 mrs qlasgow September 84 days Sanders t eptembor8l dray KentuckY state FaIr Louisville pt- eanbr 134 days oottsvtUe Septdmber 163 days Iledford October 12 days I N 4rt 0 THE MERRY MONTH OF MAY Some of The Things That Do Not Happen In The Fifth Month Any peewn addicted to the study of mythoCogy knows that the pawl mootJi gets Its name rpm ful3 who wee the natter Pt Mercury lKr6w trig that 3locury was the god Of yrvx- rportty scmo t us mlgbltoll Jiol to I corner the front omarket during the manta did rwe not katowthat tills matter las bten atotLl to 2JIeadl- yP1Clr1ty sometimes comes in May but to some of us tit will trot conic nt all We never shell get next iw of UJ arm no out and beckon pro ptJrtty to Us wth too quck Jtrk of the outstretohedbbnd with any itottoaable degree of cures lt 4s a icuft foot 4o bntagood tol1ttU08 In tht way Loog years of ptnctice are re- quloreidfL re are t1hoo pvco may chase It around the block durng the 3l idays of the lmonth without once 00- Lng aMe to tag IL This Is A good month to go into tbe garden and count the sprounts from tL- seeds sent by our OangreSlsmel I Is uthls tOOnth that the meadow tark wnrblee end mho molunc2ioly boom of the bulrog is wrd Italsols In this glad apringtlme period that the rnJc fouatprossteg this wishful feoo ugnast tfe window 6creon- It is tb be presmned that the Qu- of the may wns awnk6JE d ecmly apor requent for II vSheIltlybe seen wearing aocal scutUe mt which puts ttJhe headgear ot all ocher 11enues members stTJ1e Queen ptabably Juggles the key1S of a typewTlttca durng office Lout but the IJSblt she places tine tt on her bfeuVYul 5resses she puts the rot of 3 umccllty out of the run mtgBy r Leroaco to tho 111 6ctf01oJJif13 victim on 1Jefl1o1 page ci the rime nac it will bo eooen bbe ttgn of the zoddau ro11ta3 bo Taurus duueb two thirds o tlhe mu rah Ttpte loom Under Taurus arc qua reI to lndt- ntr1m subjfcts but just now they are not t100klng to Wasldngtow in great uumOOra to hzzun to tine to- dolxttm M It may bo l1to explain heootJhat although Taurus tbs a bull Ln ID logy lo had nUditg to t1loIJrJh recent rte in the price of when riotwith acorm and contumcdy upm Cap rdoornU8 oho goot It ds a sad thing to bo II goat oat any tOOo tx Pape The alga or rrbUB ds in the nook atldhhat1s where nay persons grt- it during the ghd tone days ot tile month Others Were spar til Juno when the bcIEoS lOt the t11pCtI will come cvnd the alga of Taurus twtFI- romndn ttigtt wiaexe L1oa I1nclel5 piece it w0soa they ionOrotdi mythlOgy Ion tMe rnlemthaaati Juowu hunt prtababy will mg dOme more lintel adMYrar a wwrd At any rate e wlH bag the dtJlar a word Jt rb m tats month that the he- abantony t tto so9oahvey ooaupntlcmF has folowoo for a period or weeks ani pagmodItoplurtcd In the jCmdun is sure to oone up in flay U tOO tiny rolors IUe not aready fooeplrg Iltmoe the ground tt is the buttnus ot the hca Coder mn Est alJd and roa LIatt they bane- HhTcugh e The wan wtO dotll tot awn co au tobl1e Is xowabout 200 ahI dot tlle ndlghbor wto Gut a ropale lit+ t to meet wtlio the noro auntie by flae Jut tct llmros ttct the sign ot tiro zodiac n43 not mtapsiced o MidnIghtunmintdLul or codW J Atkins noaked as Night WatObncn at IIsnner Springs Puna Such exposure gave tJam n severe cord that settled oa his lungs At last he had to give up work He tried many remedIes but ttf l fad lFd till heuzed Dr Kings New DLsoo1e1Y After using one bottle he writes I went back to work os wen aI9 ever Sttrd Oad3- atubborn Coughs lndamed thI1CXlltlf nnd sore lungs Hemoorhages Orbui std WhJoopmg Cough got quick pellet and prompt cure from bbds glorious medd- clne SOc adlOO rtnJ1t bottle few gualrastoedtby a1 druggist ur a hIn Memory or ray sister 3froti roronoo Ashtord Snlihh Vas boon Tiny 7W 1878depanted this Ule AprU 27th 1909 age 31 years She leaves Q huslaand 2 oM droa Ottherr mother 6 sisters 2 brabhora and a Ghost of relutlvesf- odeaE ansd to mourn filer and depnrt- urof UI41IJh to Heawea Florence VoW a devoted mite Q loving motlher truth I wugJiter She mss iovedun bY oyery tear who know her Stlo tdwnys had Q smile and bo kind rord for every one she would meet toJelsgo TCorenco ds dlearl that we do not Rbop used aunties as thlolre that bwe- tuC hOte We have a hope o mooting Floteaco ngsln to a bettor Olld than t2its Oh tiny we made her n grove lido crd mtti deep for ono so young and pure Fnrowu0 actor poacoful be sweyytIyGodknew to rot SISTER LLUItA Weekl- yCourierJournal HENRY JVAFERSON Editor Is a National Newspaper Democratic In politics It prints all the none without tear or favor The regular price Is 100 a year but you can got the WDEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and the HARTFORD RRPUBAICA SOYearfor ordertto this papernot to the Courier Journal Daily CourierJournala Year 6 Sunday CourierJournal a Year Z wyWe can glue you n oomblnatlon cut rate on Dally or Sunday it you will write this paper For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET The Louisville Times Regular Price 5 a Year AND THE RPORflDLN Both One Year for 350meI The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Pa per Printed Anywhere Has the bit corps ot correspondents Covers the Kentucky held per fIeldII tics but fair rip everybody Send Your Subscription Awayat Louls1lleINOW Thus rots Is good only for MAIL subscriptions and we cannot accept I orders for THE LOUISVILLE i TDiES where that paper has a reg tint agent who furnIshes paper by- I the month REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres ot good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply or freestone water A four room house in Iladtford located on the Pike ih acre lot splendid well or soft water pcn ty of fruit for small ramllr This is a doslnible piece of property A awe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house tour room cottage a good nwe barn Desirable low- cation House and tot at the corner ot Clay and Washington streets now owned byE Crabtree ThIs to one of the finest locations to Hartford and the property Is In good repair House contains nine rooms and there Is nnever failing sprirg ot soft water o the lot This property enn 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 ctate ot cultiva tion good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberles good 4 room cot tags with varnnda good small rame barn other outbuildings consisting at meat 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 dwolUng and good au buildings Two good wells Located In good neighborhood close to schooL 182 acres ot upland known ns the Perry Kirk farm located near Olear Run Sore 100 acres In spendld state of cultivation 82 acres timbered in- splPndld growth ot oak hickory an chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwellln and store house one acre ot lot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center ot tine farming country No competition In butnesse For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church of miles east ot Hartford good dweHing and out building orchard plenty o water 40 acres In Umber balance in good state ot cultivation A tract ot land on the Sulphu- Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest ot Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 60 acres In cultivation splendId dwel ling barn and our building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract or land on Halls Creek one mile southwest ot Sulphur Spri containing 100 acres 40 acres In bo toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition Wo dont own the property are only agents for too owners an our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this senlce we charge one small commission No charge it 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 Im m FQQ RQQQKS Farmers Attention i mDo you want Cash or goods for your Produce If you want Top Cash Prices take it to Rock I port We the highest cash prices 300 days in I L the yearm 11iIa Roosters 4caHides green 8c Wool 15c to JOe Doiiotfeed Poultry just beforeselling If full of food lc per pound less l GIBBS DRY GOODS CO I HARREL BROTHERS REID REID rii ROCKPORT KENTUCKY m j Q I a B1EaEa E E tE- f e A Aw aDwuLfJJ o U naaNLTT C ZenzTal BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW IHARTFORD KY In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counI ties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entruted to their care Collections and the Practice of Criminal and Real Estate Late Specialties Office In Republican building FRANK L FELIX Attorney atjawHARTFORD KY will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and Jo the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pension Etc Collectlona promptly attended to countyOffice H L IlEA VRiN EIING91tyOUDWA- ItfHEAVRiN WOODWARD G ett Os atauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio county and glowtflee next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW KYdWilt 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 WnDARSES LA AXDEndOn BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyfflee of Law In all courts State and Fed oral with offices south side of hula street opposite Court House Hartford lltlgatloargiven special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDersoN JOIlS D WILSOS CIrS 1L CRUwE WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praoioe their profession in aU courts ot Ohio Md udjolningeoun elties and In the Court ot Appeals attention given to criminal practice and to eoiectlons Office on Iain S opposIte Court House I and TRAD MARKS promptIJ PAT obtlneS b- atountrluurnote THAT PAY 1verutbmhorouYb1atoura- pearo you to tumu- 46d model photo or sketch for IR E E retort SURPASSINGWok on rntabl Itont writ to 150315015 Sovonth StrootWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCH8 PBIC1Coo 1tl Baal fete AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES SATI8FAQTOROR rrar DA IDDCrENDEDCOQ report Ire yb b tootoop COUNTRIES ulU JjeW1I1 Nahiqaos rare hew naryasd afro the su ExclullnlrWrItexmtu Itrod n ValW new rwt Dan I WASHINGTON c ii- I i a t f AETN YILLE Iuno 1Farmers In thJs coma sty are very busy J MJ Charley Daft oc St ph Is vJ4tlagJIs r lire Obttrles Dlv II tIuie efasonv111o Md RotevlUo tunas plaarod base 1cl1 hesb Saturday after moon Tho scenesmbro 8 to G inui or of Manonville There Is no garage I olOOfebaU played hero onSundtvY- Mies Ruth Lnyu 1s sick r I fMlas rora Morgan Was the gwet o His Jroll98 DlvOOtSUtl 8Y tMr and Mrs Henry Lons nI daughter MorY Owoa 11G ad My 1ra4k Lyvme anti DOn JOllIe were the guests of Mr Miser Lyons and flamily I Sunday cars Adulilo Dlvols vtsttod Mrs- Cheasos PMiI S Satuldtly tile E H Morgan ud IOn Jawed Adair who lrave been visiting firs S II Tanner Magna roturner homo SundAY Lltees Lois iIETioa mid Atnby Hay- wore tile guests or Mrs Walter llarrl bun Qt ltenoJdiSattUldny nigbt- Mr James Dlnms Is on tlje lsok list Mr E H Morgan want to rngan Sunday Csir Lawrence PhUlll16 and Denny sHoo Mr ltnnk MuKlnley and fam- lly Saturtly ntgbt Mss Attie GelJbcrt of DeantleldI rMltod Mrs IInoaah Divens Satur t tiny fir ntd Mrs Austin AddIrgbonwero the uetts of bir Rube ddln1ton and fatuity Sunday Mrs Vktorln Coemen nrd Mrs S L N1t11Bps lcM Saturfsy for Hodgon- vfUe 1JKe they wl be the guests o Ule litters doughter Mrs ome Lyons Childrens Day Exercises Chlldrcns Day exercises at the llethodfst church last Sunday constituted all exceedingly enjoyable llld successful event The little folks acquitted theJlIseh as tilllelldhl1 to the groat delight of the large audience resell Tiro exercises began with tl1Qcesu- lonal n long line of little g1FTs and Mays marching up the center aislee bearing flowers nnrl papas keeping r step to the processional hymn This was a beautiful and touching sight lteeltalions Mild songs by the children Were interspersed with music ly the Jlltlr TIll lnstrtunental music was rendered by Besns orchestra which tvas of a high order rho llIlIle Class of the Sunday School called for a repetition or the itobin Song wbkh wan exceedingly well rendered by a big elaes or youngsters the lit LIe boys joining In the chows with tunefUl whietling- Ali the little folks dill well with their respectho Pkltll and not only won pralets for ttlI1sehefI but for their hnatrttctow utllltr whose 1ml- nhll they were brought to such n high point of efflclellc So event of its kind In recent years was 80 highly enjoyed nor brought nwro 11111180 for nil ODUgllt In Its 1 ihItion SALEM June 3QnMe a geed deal of to- Loco tz being 11ont1 more at this thMin std MNr1 J T WUon vtslted- tbdr innsMr a A Wlron SuJW1ar- Wo xetve a Ibt Sunday teehool AtI this pace with t1oter Lucy Drown niporlntedenthr Cuff w4so has bean on- the akk tet for sore Umo we are- iiprry to say le no tJutter Mdis irx Ctnrtcattgs Wet tte guest of ells Oa WlleOItt Sbturday even lagI teal Mr C U CAtrlittarl were the bubnt Of ttetr ool1hter- 1cJm Mrs 11leI Surny nYgh- tMr Urnmlt Fought v4tlted N3 little friend Mr Jktrnile Wliron bust Sautr day night elr and Mt Ihtrnlct WIiIOl1 yoeKd- Mr and dlre J W OatmP Sunday OIr Adetvon Martlm v1koalMr mad May T A Stognr Wet week Mira Jete Wilton vletturi CMlsso3 Myrtle und Ihaesle Camp Sundry- CENTERTOWN Juno 2We bad snare very In- terolA11rtg semlons Saturday adgit Sun wr rand Sunday nigbt by Dr W1kes- of A 1A1l1tile Hram Btotttn of Can tlJrtawn 0 11 Shutz of Harttonl- t bliss Jmllic CuibeiILoo or Rockpor- tt ytsltCd friitrde here Saturday rrlgrdt fInd Sunday 1Mrs Carl SbeDiOOrg and duugflttor or Tnahville Tonm ure here SUing I hor pftrerce- Mr L C Martow road wife tit this place were cnlled to tho bedside of 1 Ti Morton of Livermore who dsveryjlckUar v ConlWt is X111UnOOi to i her bod sriJb fovorer- hllom to uC mike of O It Rome tJlte 28 inst n Ilwe girl iI1E6 Anta Lewts Wlhitwath or Hal ddnebwrg Is here vtaitlug Ila Mary r ntnalhhviter Ihts week tsty Fnudle Ddv4s rMrLewfaF- 1sdkcrsbn were the guests or H H Davis rauy Carl Clmrlolvtn Nolghborsfa vor r ti lr1rJ awr Mw a Dams Nero lu tows Ul19 week oal bus nee lsdmlIndrum nndifnmlly or R ek- xcrtiwero the gum otJA t- ClalrSlInW V R Carson is erecting a mOO cottege am the corxor of Rum and Second street A large crow 1 attoolCd tlJ ticatton- serviccs of Ithe Dapttstcllutah here Sunday iL W lglchteat ot ll1tanzns mss lu town last week prospecting for a lixu loon iCWlDentOn Oltd umUy of Clover port arc tare 1sIbIlg his mother Mrs- ltlaey Denton MANDA ttu11131plantlI1s ilr and Mm ZT Ilerot ails place visited ref tlvcs in Mcliturry Irnxn Friday untISu3dar- Olt Ernest her ot MHenry Is vhhttng loattos here lrai3 week Mr H C Leech whoze mama has npearcd co tire sick list for sometime I Is Lo better at tits writing- Mr Stoat Davis and sister Mss Go d Ih1s made I illng trip to 1I1IenlY- ThulSdn Illr Joe Semo t went to Uosine Monday on buNcues iIrs Howey Amos of Oromwe11 who has been veittng trey son Mr Gettie Amos and family for the past week returned home Saturday Mr and trrs Gettle AmOs atiid Ht- tte daughter Thellna ys1OO reiytlves- at Crcmwel Saturday ami Sunday PALO June 2HoWJh In this oonnuU1It Is very good nt rent nnd f rmel1 are very busy ii r log core and t Ung to 00000IIs progroslag nlcey Mrs Lena Dtder ant hugflber- Mit Goorg1e Norris vhfied Mrs Nor mfe IUlIoAStueSln evtu iaR Mts Ohan ie Oobum lIDs a very peisul nttug on its upper lip tlrs DI1B Howard nod 111S Nara Coy nesr Jtngo 1f ted Mm Wm Coy recesely Mars Delta WHas was a pjroc1t cut- m at Mr J T Hines one evening lal1t wick 9lt1uro J1LtI1rlI1tea ferry pecent- Cllr Artbur Fe niter aw s 2 e seflt- I drh1rg Friday warb5 Mrs tCier Cocod a- GStdys vtcd ter nn Er M i Iv lie Feesi tr rrtttyF- rgcra a o tS ple ay papagf- or a tine crop of lnX Hu th- fcr i the Equity e01 snceVi5 to the- ReJU bl1 a1 CLEAR RUN June Mr JtH Smith reS returned tome ater a fw drys t ootlo- In the Fiat- Tct a bo me ace of W W Pak on tie flit nit a tu you d bay Mr II E Crowo of OWfnLOro is- vdwtIag i tens is Ifr oomuby Beds and Cta Run W ran croansel Labs tilt Situdry Si urea t = 1 f 1d elgtt in fat ar of Cu r Rut Upof Clear Run War i c CTOep Park o t b PArk S s b Park c t h Prtt e r t Hower t L- CEng c L Stewart s g- ML Nenry Yites of nl hesterts- vliltng ur wutCE Ma J E PtrkIIIbrtlottdktrkt mt at that 1I1ae last I SUry nth a very isage crowd Mr- L C Tay+ or of er3 Rua wtuv o1tt od preeidert and M1is3Gestry Raymu- nscrrety for Ue iIfiUng year- Mies Dote fartsof Pueblo Colo is- shAfrg ftCICti and relatives iu tL4- soommuaty I1t present Muse Purls ono lived to tQlJs oommutl1ty for OHJ years See teM tUlt sLe b bean through many Western States but no State Vlike oid Kentucky J CENTRAL GROVE June 2Soveml from thus Dnce attended the dedication at Centertokm Sunday Mrs frod Traf1on and little dauFflt- eor of Wheat Cret Ky are visit lag the damily of Mr S T Brown MIss AIde Fulkereon tl1ver Darn 1s the gucstof her eouslng Miss Love Miller I01doone3 Jno Shot jders azd W P GaIl were ooJkd tlOnoday to the Iboo side cf their meter Irs WfllaimtVor- r wlbo its lLLt1gercusly 1U at her homo tn dirs Oboe sturgeonl Eva sI1na wCro h spending a few weeks with airs M F F1iughlt Went to Bowing Green Friday returning Monday llrs Oscnr Ashley and little daughte 11Janday SaturtrrypightMrs J W Rooc1 acdlaCkAt son bfo dsy I I fI- rN z I r v b Q rforforfo t T ik rk T T ctrfo rfo tr Dlr I M T HERTZMANi J2 E H17 W t Ktiow1oooo y fracti11ist tJt 1 cip o tsvIi KYeIs now at the New Commercial fl fbrndw d remain for one week until June JOtl tor the r purpose of testing your glasses Remember that 75 per cent of HeadachesNervousness Granulated Eye Lidsandmanyother troubles are caus red Ii from weak eyes or imperfect vision and can be remedied wlthproperlyffted glasses JrHertzman has 27 years of experience and comes Well s your eyes J at the hotel ol or at your h mebYdaPPoJrtblJentooDontneglectyour cluldrenseycsa 7t Straightening cross eyes a specl dty Call on Dr Hertzman at oo e e4 Hotel Hartford Ky and have him to examine your eYeS 4 t 4 t I Per yard r pure and fine rs TIlE STORE aFQUALITY Someone has celled our store The of Reliable Goods and we like the sound of the It to us that our in supplying the of this with have not been in vain We believe We made Anyway we behind the goods we selL back the guarantee A DOLLARS WORTH FOR EVERY DOLLAR OR EVERY DOLLAR Ijl India Lanons- U Very 15c rather demonstrates community dependable merchandise BACK Inexpensive but- Serviceable Dress Goods The IeSlons mutest fabrics The largest foreign and domrtlc looms have futnlihed their choicest fabrics representatinz all the latest pat duringtheThe prices are put at absolutely the lowest qualitywethe merit of the goods means that you will be come a permanent patro- nNovelties in Light weightWool Fabrics 50cts I I CARPETS RUGS MATTINGS II I We Invite l Inspec tion f f It is a- Pleasure to Show These Beautiful Floor t Coverings Direct from the mills in the latest designs suited for all pllllses of house furnishing Quality and dependability are considered The designs are prettier and more artistic than ever before Brussels Velvets Axminsters 20009 x 12 Rugs at Pretty sneer weave white made of finest combed yarn even weave in texture lPer yard 30 inch Home phrase efforts people have good stand Well them with Your carefully Parlor 15C Ladles Seamless Suchhoae Hose This hosiery is especially desirable because itia fash tofu them kle and footandis without eeame Made of black combed Egyptian yam These hose grfro splendidsails factiones tq agd rearMnc15C Surprisingly can be Our Line of i- Mens Iosiery Is celebrated not only for detianbut Wearing Qualities No line of hosiery has ever equalled this line We can ensure every customer of values that will surprise oven the most skeptical We do not make Ibia statement without having the actual facts to prove it We want to provo It We court compar tOO on our line of hosiery We stand behind 1 a4worked C r new style hi Ladles Oxford found al our slon Dont lain loses them Very low prices IfordA Splendid Value In Dressy NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 100i1 Made of fine woven or printed mad ras strictly high grade in every pantic ular Carefully Full size I bodies and sleeves insuring satisfac tory fits Fine quality pearl buttonsiThese are the neatest shirts we have r ever shown and they will give satisIfaction Attached or detachable This illustrates the values we offer in our shirt department Vie are showIing an unusually fine line of fashion Jable spring shirts of dependable weaves in competition with any I sign concern t j I G75 Voile Heatherbloomt Skirt Taffeta Petticoats Both plaited and gored irltheHave all the fascination off the taffeta article but with correct design now popular far greater wearing qualities Welland stylishly made and The silk sheen Ii1d rustle so- mucheought fos by atydresNtrimmed with self material sera are both combined in these etc Very serviceable witlnmoot beautiful garments See attheexceedingly good value eac bfJ t CARSON COXPAIrT J INCORPORATEDt Fhfrtford K n U 1 v C I t jt I t t r L r l Go lfvv iI 3Ii r I d I r 7 J t iL