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I t 4 B5 1 7 b z FttCtf tI Uqnttilutiu FlrfSjob Work to r I i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TIDE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOLXXf irf AJtTFORD OHIO COUNTY J YM FRIDAY JUNE 11 1909 No 4i NEW RAiROAL1411- r M BE TRUN l or Is the Belief ofll3 County 1 vi Will be Most JDirect Linfc Louisville to StLOUIS Gre fNorthwestf I Now that the steel is In Pla 4 vletlng the hrellminarY constr ithe natural Inquiry is what does ford and Ohio county get in the new road What service passenger and i freight what character of road is ItI to lie These questions have been fully answered and cannot be now However vve people are satisfied with the new railroad through Hartford and highly elated that we have a railroad should It prove to lie only n short line or extension of the Ir glnvton branch with siich service s- Is now maintained on that branch There are however many conditions Ciwhich lend force to the various rumors that n much better service than this is to be inagurated from the very inception of traffic over the new road The road bed and trade are pronounced the most Ideal of any In IIcountryx the best the market affords the steel is much heavjer than is ordinarily used on new roads the latest metholfl of ballasting will be work having already began ftvhereasl It is ordinarily the case that new roads i except extreniely Important ones are I 4 used for years without balast In fact everything connected with the con j etruction work goes to show that this Is to be an Important section of- AIqld It Is pointed out that with the completion of the M H and E the L N company can by the construc tlonof about six miles of road from Morganfleld to Shawneetpwn and the building of a bridge across the Ohio River at the latter point established a more direct route from Louisville to St Louis and the Northwest 1 than any other roadthe ame being j several miles shorter than by the present route Via Owensboro Hen derson and Evansville That this will t be done In the near future is current I ly reported and discussed on the streets most every day With this I sort cf deal the M H E will beI come one of the most Important in the entire country Being roadsI ed on a trunk line from I whichtA I trains will ply dally is an enviable position and toa people who have never known the conveniences of aI home railroad it may and likely will f appear too good to be true but that- r such Is to be the portion of our peo pIe is the belief of many No directI representative of the railroad com pany has so Informed us but a lead r J ing citizen of Hartford prominently 1IdentifIed with the company strongly I 4hinted that such connection would r soon be established in which event J the M H E will constitute a por I Lion of a trunk line as before stated I It is also pointed out that the corn pletion of the M H E will established a more direct traffic line from Louisville to many points in the South and Southwest which are now reached by way of Bowling Green It will give a direct outlet for the out put vast coal fields which will be de veloped along tile llnelass soon as the road Is completed enabling coal operators to ship their coal over the lines i of the same company the L N direct to the seabord to be loaded t on ocean steamships for shipment t to the far East and In fact to all parts of the world by way of the nahaCanal It Will furnish a connecting link for an Important freight line frdm north to south and visa versa A gentleman it prominently connected with the track playln end df the construction work ii remarked one day ithls week to a cltt twelveSlishablo products from the South will be speeding through Hartfordon dray J to the ar etoR the IfJf ff probably hotautjipliiye ivt ebuowa 1 r wllatthgeneral 012rJh pep 1v I f k I 1 i ia j r t 5 II r plo having the constructive Work In charge think of the road The Jawing of track Is nearer com jjetlon Ulm talks think and is emg rapidly pusmfd to completion ftnifddltlnA tea u having been put h f1q S week f6r the par 41f material ties and K to the tracTt laying crew The I K layingcrew Is within seven or t Bntallhous and the track aslklre elaid from Moor rl to SmallhOUs and six tulles out Kmi Mndb DIne leaving only eight qr nine miles yet to be laid to con nect at Moorman This only leaves fifteen or sixteen miles of track yet to be laid y It Is currently reported that train service will be furnished from the north as far as Hartford by the Ohio County fair which will begin Septem ber 8th The temporary structure for the bride across Green River at Small nous is well under way and It will be only a few days until same is suf ficiently completed to enable the wor trcak1Ithe engagement and coning marriage DuvallIwhich will take place at Rockport at 730 oclock on the evening of June 23rd Miss Ashby is the youngest daughter of W T Ashby deceased mauIquaintances Mr Smith Is the son of Mr and Mrs E W Smith of I present IJtiea half They will make that Re4 Bay j a r 1 FAMOUS FEUD LEAD ASSASSIND I Former Sheriff Callahan Mortall Wounded by Enemy Con cealed in Coal Bank Lexington Ky June 7Whlle preparing to open lls store at Crocketts vllle Breathitt county for businses at 6 oclock this morning Ed Callahan the famous feud leader of Bloody Breathltt and the righthand man of the late Judge James Hargis during the troublous times In the feudridden county was shot by an enemy concealed in R coal bank about one hundred yards away The ball entered Callahans side In flicting what Is believed to be a fatal wound Two physicians were sum moned from Jackson The identity of the assassin Is no known as he made his escape Capt B G Mllllken with two bloo hounds left here this morning fa Crockettsvllle andan effort will b made to trail the assailant Crockettsvllle where Callahan con ducted a general store and extensive lumbering interest is sixteen mlles from Jackson Callahan was a former Sheriff qf Breathitt county and was made de fendant in several eases following kill ings in that county He was formerl a power in Breathitt and was regarde as closer to Judge James Hargis tha any other man Many of the members of theHargi clan had removed from Breathitt coun ty and it was believed the fued ha ended but the attempted assassination of Callahan sh6wsit has broke out afresh Callahan believed that he had recently made peace with the Deatop- and 11 Smiths his worst enemies as truce had been declared following a armed demonstration of the factions in Jackson Callahans former wife was a Deato and she eloped with John Smith Las January a Deaton was shot and killed from ambush near Callahans home It Is said that the Immediate cause for the shooting of Callahan was a dia pute over the management of a chum he bulltrand qf which he isdeaconlnt Crockettsvllk Notice of Application for Pardon i Bert Skaggs who was can d o Housebreaking in the Clrcujt Court In Ohto countiat the March term rl86 of said court will ask the Gov whoobiecwiltr srl sg6thetpbetioaV t- ir 0 F LIGHT THROWN ON TOBACCO TRUST Methods of Giant OctopUs Are Being Exposed Over Twenty Million Dollars Realized by the Great Combine in 1906I Washington June 8The secrets of the organization and methods of the tobacco trust will be made pubs lie In a few days Presidnet Taft will submit to the senate these facts in response to a resolution adopted by that body some time ago The haskbeen gathering report is practically ready Commis stoner Smith will state in his report that the tobacco trust was organ zed for the purpose of monopolizing the cigarette business of the United States With the great profits de rived from that source the trust se cured a grip on the plug tobacco In dustry and ultimately forced the leading competing manufacturers to come Into the combination This resulted in an enormous trust which dominates Uie manufacture of both plug and smoking tobacco It is started that the tobacco com bination controls substantially three fourths of the business of man ufacturing tobacco other than cigars In the United States The tables lif luded in the report show the remar 0iarkablo increase of profits to the concerns In the tobacco combination from 1SDO to 1907 Inclusive The on Jy reason why the American Tobacco pompany in early years was able to earn liberal dividends on the entire capltall zatlons the report says lay In the monopoly power The profitsfell oft somewhat In 1004 but again Increas ofyThe Smith report will also show how the trust gobbled up the snuff industry and also the cigar Industry Of the later It thus far controls only a limited portion of the busi ness but the unfailing succses of the trust indicates that it Is only a mat ter of time before it will control the clgar buslncss just as thoroughly S- It does the cigarette trade The Smith report will show that the Com blnatlon controls SI per cent of the chewing tobacco and 70 per cent ot the smoking tobacco annually consumed In the country It manufac tures 9G per cent of the snuff and 82 per cent of the cigarette output The Smith report will state that the tobacco trust now embraces the itstthree powerful subsidiary l ions the American Snuff company andrbeeother subsidiary concerns doing business In the United States Porto Rico and Cuba Commissioner Smiths report will explain how by a lilt of sharp practice the trust was enabled to reap enormous profits at the expense of the government Tills money was controlYpower con taxnon tobacco the trust was permitted tobaccospackages In 1902 congress reapeal saiddabout requiring the trust to increase I its packages to the old size During these years it has been selling war time packages at peacetime prices thisathengovernment 184000000 and incidnt ally netted a like amount of the trust andEa of the Consolidated Tobacco Cpmpany this concept paldtidQO000 in divi dends and accumulated a surplus of H70QOOOO In order to show that conceulCommissioner Smltn states thatimme diately after the organization ot the Consolidated more tban onehalf of It- t shares were held Jjy six men James B Duke A N Brady O H Payne ThomllJlF Ryan pAn Widaoer j and William CWhltney f Fraks rre i h jtNeifw HopcudTrfFroakai gRt54ueetgr t- R A- o I f ol InttrnailRevenue at Owensboro was elected president of the United States National Bank of Owensboro at al meeting of tile directors of said bank on Monday At the samb meeting Mr Charles E kirk J W McCulloch and James Jj Sweeney were elected Vice Presl dents The choice of Mr Franks as ffohd of the new institution has been expected all alougas It was largely though his enterprise and energy new Institution was successfully launched The new bank will open Its doors for business In a short +v ile y Balloons Pass Over Ohio i 1County At least three of the balloons which started from Indianapolis Indiana last Saturday evening competing in the Na tlonnl distance race for the trophy of the Areo Club of America were sight ed Sunday morning by citizens of- F rdtwllle and community The hal loons have all laijdedsoino In Tennessee Fome In Mississippi and one in Columbus Indiana v r It was quite al unusual sight to be how a giant balloon many miles above the earth passing over the quiet little village of Fordsville The people had nil read In the newspapers of the contmeplatod start of the aeronauts but they had notjdreamed that they Were coining this way The Brecken rldge News says of the flight ovejv retkeiirldge 4 Three of the balloons from Indiana = t I polls sailed around over Garfield lat lunoay mornlnghad a word with the people of that tows and dropped a etter for the post office At McQuady two here sighted but were so high up nothing could be seen but the outlines At Garfield the occupants Inquired about the location name of town and InJlllfines Deadr4M 6nl e In the Jberty nel hborhcod last Saturday after a brief illness of nue ralgla of the heart Mr Rogers had I been in rather declining health for sometime but no apprehension was entertained concerning his condition until a few days before his death Mr Rogers was one of the leading citizens of his community and of one of the first I families of the county He was a broth er to former superintendent Fon Rogers and former editors Fon and Lon Rogers of the Republican He Is survived by his wife and one child After funeral services conducted by Rev A B Gardner at the residence Sunday Interment took place In the family cemetery In the presence of a large assembly of friends Decoration at New Baymas White Oak camp No 213 W O W of Oluton decorated Mr Willie Lloyds grave at New Baymus June 6 The exercises were performed in a beau tiful and solemn manner and the grave Was covered with a mass of pretty flowers The singing was lea by Mr Alford Stewart assisted by Mr and hire Joe T Daniel Henry and Louis Relr photographers iron Owensboro took the pictures of the W O W members Owing to the unveiling and decoration at the Mid klff cemetery the crowd was not so large as was expected There were only about 250 people present Mr Loyd Is the only deceased member of Olaton camp and the members have labored faithfully in their efforts to otter a tribute to the memory of their departed friend JINGO Juno 8Mr Ben Long of his place is dangerously 111 with trouble inch dent to old age Mrs Robert Slmpsonof Larue coun I ty Is visiting relatives hero at this writing Glenden little son of J T Snell has whooping cough Several rpm here attended th Masonic at the Mldklff grave yard Sunday over the grave of the late A M Acton Misses Mary and Arpy Peach visited their brother Wm Peach of the I Concord neighborhood Saturday returning I Tobacco Sunday setting Is about tdonafc Iii this section j Y Hagerman and family J A I Howard mind yrtteHJ T Morris and AA Carter andlwlfo ofCOncdrdSat tended hurch Shroader schoo1 house Sunday f ii t i1 IJI f a + i Q SCHOOL CENSUS COMPLETED Slight Increase Shown over Last Year Big Sum fOt Schools in Ohio CountyOther Matterd of Interest JJIThe sq lust completed the compilation of time I IIIfollowingTotal number of colored pupils 397 total number white pupils S12S Of L the five graded schools Fordsvllln re arts the largest number of pupils 2CS The graded schools report 11CC pupils The white consolidated schools l report 463 The white sub dist icta excluding both consolidated and graded schools report 670 The colored coif fy solidated schools report 219 The col ored sub dlstrcits 130 This Is a Hllght Increase over the last years cnesus of the white chil n drenwile It is a slight decrease of of children Last year the total numbtr of white pupils reported Iwats a9 + while the total number of reported was 397- h tare 10 white subdistricts e HSolidated districts rand five dteols There are three color ed suhrdlstrlcfs and three consolidated subdistricts IAfter taking lilt onsideratlon the educational ccf iti condudting the graded schools pt7ieat o7ttntof mon q ey to be expo in uildhl nyd repairing the rural ich 1 housed b Supt Estimates that the county and 5r1OtOgirls of Ohio county between the of six andrii JdUllngt mlnlhschool year Miss Ella L Norris of will attend the summer Normal school at Bowling Green Ky She fills the prlnclpalshlp of the graded school a Sugar Grove for the fall term Miss Alpha Brown will be her assistant Mr Roy R Heavrin will be a stu i dent In the State University during the Summer months preparatory to j entering the regular course at the beginning of the fall term t June 2Sth has been selected by Supt f Crabbe as the Rally Day for Ohio county Supt DeWeese has selectedI Fordsvllle as the point for A speaker of note will be present and all persons Interested In the educa I tional advancement of the county are Invited The County Board of Education will meet again on Monday Tune 14th I W C Ashley chairman of Educa tional Division No 1 will on Saturday Juno 2li receive bids and contract Cort the construction of a school house at Sarvls Hill The hills will be ac builddIng The examination papers of the col ored applicants for certificates have been held up by direction of State Supt Crabbe on account of the peddling of examination questions As no blame seems to attach In any way to the four colored teachers of Ohio county who passed this examination Supt DdWeese will Issue certificates to these applicants At the meeting of tune Subdistrict trustees of Educational Division roJ4 at Horse Branch June Cth M Likens woe elected education Division chairman to take the place of J W Taylor resigned and Dyre Davis was elected Subdistrict Trustee in RobI Roy subdistrict The census report of Ohio county for tile coming school year has been lodged In the office of State Superintend ent and acepted by him as correct Therefore no further corrections canI Ohioecounty Catalogues for the new Ohio counI ty high school will soon bo publish ed and ready for distribution Miss Nora Rhoads of Hartford has been employed by the trustees of the Centertown graded school to teach the primary department in that school She is to receive a salary of f50 per month On the last Saturday of this month the hoards of Education ot the six educational divisions will r meet in j their reipjctiye diyl onavandrfeelect I r 0 n v t teachers Every teacher should bo present at the meeting of his educa tional division board ready should he be selected to make a contract for his school Next week the prices of those meetings will be announced through these columns Miss Mattie Tlchenor Is spending the summer na n supply teacher lu Louisiana Carriers ExaminationTwoNew The Postolfice Department has or that nn examination to test the proficiency of parties desiring to be Rural mall carriers on new routes out of Hartford be held July 10th order provides that application of parties desiring to take such examination shall be filed with the Depart not later than Juno 30th All blanks and information stay be had by applying to Postmaster M Heavrin We have learned unofficially that two new rural routes tram Hertford have already been established One traversing the Heflln Liverwort West Bufcrd and Maxwell country Tho other a loop route starting from Taf and milking the Westorflekl Ada burg mud Ralph country The exact way these routes will trnverte is not obtainable but they will rim lu such way as to accommodate the people the sections of the county Indica ted Rural routes cannot IJa tmtabllsh ed In any port of the county where they nre more needed than In these two sections The Tatty route will be supplied with mall from Hartford by way of Route r tho carrier on that route having headquarters at Taffy BARRETTS FERRY June S Farmers are about through setting tobacco Miss Daisy Redding and Miss moon Petty of Hartford who have been toe guests of relatives at tliln pUoo fur the past week returned home Sunday Mrs W T James and chllrtrenwho wore the guests of hue u rents Mr Mrs Will Wallace of Leltchflalrt or the past few days returned hoots Mr Tom Whltworth and wife of Supnydnle were the guests of his lI- eN Jlr and Mrs Richard Wliltworth Saturday and Sunday Judge R R Wedding of Hartford was in our midst last Wednesday Miss Mantle Btatcher of Olaton and Miss Alma Petty spent Saturday night with Miss Comma Wedding Master Ollie Shroader who has Iwen Ill of whooping cough for some time Is thought to be somo bettor GreenItsDuncan Missus Utha and Ernie Boswell of Narrows spent Saturday and Similar with Miss Olivia Harrison Mrs Hattie VhlttIngbtll of Shrove visited her grandmother Mrs Salllo Shrader who Is quite III of rheuma tism last week Mr and Mrs Bob Shrader who went Arkansas In the early spring luive returned hone again FAIR VIEW June SA large crowd attended Sunday School here Sunday Mr Cicero Moxkv of Snrevi was u pleasant visitor Everybody emus out again next Sunday Mrs Martha Brownd mid little son It M of Roshic spent Suudny with Mrs J D Myers Mrs Ellen Owens and son Hnrdln were the guests of Mr and Mrs R R Wilson Sunday Little Mss Mary L White returned with her uncle and nuijt Mr and Mrs C V Chrictian Cane Run Mr Jim Bryant of Horton spoilt Sunday night the guest otllsaunt Mrs C C White Mr R B Wilson who lies been on tho sick list for suveml days has about recovered Mr Clcetp Moxley and sister Miss Victoria In thlsneoni nflitHirfSaluYdoV night and Sunday the guests cf Mi and Mrs R n Wilson They were accompanied hone by Mr Moxleys little daughter Miss Alma who had been visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs G W Al lenMiss Mary White wan the guest of her friend Miss lofcna Wilson Sunday and Sunday night Miss Ida Faught gas the guest of her friend little Miss Beulah Vii son Sunday Mr and Mrs C C White and fanny were the guests Qr Mr and taturdayNev Sa lemthV fourth SnndaVat it anti A d wrTiI it s ti r THE AIMS QF SOCIALISM rr 1 f Would Have All Mep Govern r in Common IqBeautiful as Dream Logical in c Theory But Wholly Im practical nrlt I tJddbcr IfepubIkanTte recent Industrial depr1f ton InoTkg nearly ik too of the chIJlztd Pored bas gttcn a lresb mtietu3 to the CII- It of tlmt vtralght and narrow known as eoctaHea- iPotvttcg to tAu evM or the tomes as proof d Ute hadequacy of the oomrktittve pystem the socialist Is- pteccbing anew tile dootrlne of the equality of men lie lnsttta and fo- 11ts t4ghdy teat toe eartth wttb 1iClIeloqUOllW that allows a score or moo to tIe up tbe h1I1urtric11 Weflood or a natIoa- la anew country lelle our ownI with a Equare mEe and to shlte toI the latrxbltaot and unto1l natural wealth to appropriate there Is little patience with the tine the orles of dIn but in the European states of dense tlQUtatlon and troctgC y eenuaUz 1 wealth his de I maa are heard wIth attentloll Per haIlS the tnotube c onceson- ever made to sodaUrm wtss the recent pwaekneflt or the old age poasion In Eeglaad- This Is hdead a notable aoblever- nE t tOT JCIalltim in bat It oaSa- the aUl1toll of the word to the tODmluneat a ktrge cleee of people to the direct Provlunce or roe of the tint kingdnooa of tte eetth It Is a t- conoeAaton of a gt govtrmo t that the cocerctitive sry9ttrn peuyaizes thec aged poor It cannot be denied that 4 the noon 1C dream to a governmerc the whole I COIJlel ownIng all the pro 4 ptrtty U dlttributhg k aCYJ Mr3- gto we ueoewhtes of the inJlddual al 4- 1uillg Just tor te ULqUiA OO rl buttons to the total productIon Is the true notion of government and the own whtttr will uCirYtey rbta i- tthecbrktian reSgton 9rwly complete the ctv6lutlar or lire hUIDIII1 noe BtiIM4ti h a ttEWln 1o rat as 11 theory wed jullt a9 a print a socialism 1f 1I1bof kryniacitt it the pleS cent state of our soclal development As long all there is a mine to open a rsEerrd to buff Ic oveam bed to jXRoro or other vasit wlremes or in dudry to devex4ie tllet h4oive large risk selfish ands ate needed as a spur to MoUoa nut the fJ pk l rte worid amts ary txmn eratan to the gospel of maxis love to man to make the soolalJRts dream a happy reality but be Inafy waft t rhrra ntJIIG o3a- tunios for ttte rrrlizaiaa The taotct Uko ace fete w1d- epra1bI I fuTg rare st bIw theory xo Gra In lads tsar war n Ana cart rot l2 SR he riots lIe take ro cconrt of h3lb1teat tntts1mJ- N1M4 arc i men by a turI Ocd geJ tMIor Tarouy ylog bow tlwt7 JrI tea axeaw of human progrsri- be W d Idty rrcrnro by act o par 1I m at Tbr wfat seewiae braki- t1 ot the Od rxcrrttNrtt ttrt4e r- agls64wt lrtiob roe tau to kci warn f- i d t1 wrAtnJ his naPII wdtlh zetvrus- 9wrawtirc i Whtu the change Is in a e Mwe tonnl bls ideal tierount- y JerK wad cMcutJU The Old a9n- otllive stews that iu4L Ira w1g4n in tho wtvage f1lIIt le Illet3ag to be replaced Ly the CAr iorntlon Fnlowl- wg braddtl card iterieard roetax- ing tIle notions or the populace not yot taught in the benefits of the change our OWn governmont nray go on elum 4411y dissolving corpnratluns hut our rArIutw M tickIn rIO mare lie fercc by act or OOgr to return to the wwtefut methods or mt1- 11Ithe nyt6an them the nlOutIIton- liejee to rei try wlr sons Tb3- unhrrae 4t govrratd by r nerrdag law rdJI11 pht pluto m but roper of sard mClioa tsep run naurrs r to- rturew ew While tiro gvem- aaecnt JS 1f1 flUtdIJ to tleeove cor oretloan t0 4tlers or doetoooTX fielrfe are Itowtng grettor etttttus- niageiiip by rlOgnuxg uo IOOturaJ law of the times ndn forming counter corporatbcoL pie luduatrb1o lt wt11 never ml roturll1 to the savage tnral wwrdaarl campctttGve 8arcn ardcthert goYOPYtct that flirt rturris tea efforts to the rO4ro1rt or corporate wm1Gh wlf fliat make progoS toward a tD1rtlcn aC ue crew ardor Qf t1Mrgs Iud hero foolaHim wrsl le the gwtnc er W sin govornn erts are eorclldt 00l lay restraint upon thQ distribution of acaiith It will be the begiamirg of the send far oft hov1Gvr of InUlvtdu1I qnerfh4p J U TlIOlIABt Not Used to It f1he newteacherwna beginnfugthe c I t t t- w rJs rJstrtrJs T T w J t Young Mn Middle Aged Me Old Men tFatBoys Slim Boys Bigor Little Boys s i arithmetic News Now b John has aim deYe fact setae- ao irate Ie Dead si- fe1 UO1 Come Wen my Please- we alwa F C4Pf- tESB Atlantic Tee 12I Prw3byfarafter wuochpawed o- extended to obtut- sTtrit of torrentby Jo the tedu B6SemblychuraJ memler The pro ttle PNl1b- be aecptl- uCtrxnr II irt 6000 turfs oc- A ic the place A fate- praceGri Ale China lk- wadf lat eep cts S 1- 100d in t by tlte jf1serr net NK i lesson says the London- I Uten to me Frrrrc rive oranges and James gavel n1tothe o5r come hats 003Y eiough led what Is it- 11r taid one of tho lnyu- vs does our sums In hap t1 1 Illdren Cry OR FLETCHERS STORIA YTERIANS CLOSE ASSEMBLY City Chosen for the Next Place of Meeting t gOlleml saw by o the Un cLtirtb oxwed Stlror I1Mt seasteo nt Ddavo 4n suttee Yai tars we o dts atd It vote lnk3 to yodeeatcr Barkley and is cl tire tedy TICerrdotri the convtttcd on pohy reg tiI roMUttol1 inttsoaucai A Yene or CtJlugort1L1t felon of repteieAtttbn 11 tAe to wade oaa buts o c berEGp inrcud o tike of mlaietey US n rifrrl- wAlan wlll b3 ertatc to yterIe flractoa SuuidIt d the preebyturfas wl1 b3 eked to 1rtHy tta t1MPOiIC1 ml1ut JJlIOnICbty was dPocYJd upon rn- fcr the next meeti get tfg hature o tae nays r4 uDose dEl o oo alone ticWoJy dam1sset1 Jam- ecir Wulw m tonarice ko- cnuee teyhad c tChne- Ea or other rntsslontrna3who ndIIeto seek other tt1ds14XlbJr 4 t e jJ THE GIRLS OF PALESTINE Are Treated as Beasts of Burden Women of far East Toil all Day for the Measly Sum Of 20 cents While Men Loiter In the kL d where Jews gnvv men- the tcaebi ga that bane glv7n v men a p ze of respect that ty never knew boreglre and armen are seta trUtted eo trusts of burden territcayforwork In Con 4nntlnople trey aye weaving silk rugs or t rllr own de fgn alter atudyhcg the okl Persan pattek by night and the best of them get ouly twenty carts per clay In Di- ilnasnrs girls rong the bt8utlrul engraved brace work for which ho- p1 cr 1s ToOW as tamed iw it was 1qr Coed m the odon emus Sxue orrJe ceuls per Inrrohern Syra OtIJ tea see girlS of ten and fourteen plowing like nien- witba tem oo exec and oldf aJoncd wooden plough of antiquity the vfr el Is almpry Q crocked uttck rod wlth Iron and osorot turn the goun4 overt l a furrow but is very fine for lads erg vtnnes in rocky ground But In the Holy load one seed girl and women carylaq c aU the ht4tvy- 1loadi Their prlnctpal icccura is re1tWhichand sometnmea a mile from her- etry live UetraUy they carry it In- entbeitwnre tars oa ttuir beads Tile women bate a big jar which wdigln4 when fu 1 ffdy pounds and the glrs have a sandier Jar about till the size Dutat fourteen a girl Is a woman and UfIiJJtty married when sho wtzus fur a time a great amount of Jeyelry very gaudy most or It probably borrowed TheIr loose garments barefeet andithe IogIOD IIcJte6 egr3CECul in hertz Ja1d f1 1 i eiYf 41 yyLJI TYou inay classify yourself anywhere you please either hYYr taste or purse atndwe have clothes here for yout Young men and boys especially will find i- herethe very snappy styles whick they like to wear heotherlmo conservative styles are 4here too 1 c- This1store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marxi CLOTHESAllwool fabrics right Tail to- ring fit andstyles in models Satisfaction guaranteed to every customer Your satisfaction is an important thing to us We never want you into our store with a sense of obligation to buy You are welcome to come to see and to learn tand30dollar suits t E P BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM KY isenlDgeC CanIctu toCQme pkoslrg coatrtt to the lang1ro walk of our young ladles or fasfonII- 1i score torts of the country auter Is c red n gcatekin slung across the back some or ttem welghing agaty patina aid looking very Bunny a 5 a their legs sticking straight up for the skIn Is taken oft wIthout splitting It Then the women and girls go to Ue xiJs and cut wood to fuel and tarry It one o ten note than a mile This teo thEY carry on 5hdrt- Kards snl buntiEs for t1e glr s but far the wanen a bunre of twelv3 foot long and one fctt hock with diameterTheymud for the flat roofs pt the houses They even carry lumber home from the towns One old lady we met In the hills five miles from town with a tenfoot 2 by 4 scantling which she carried all the way most10Croad This too they carryon their heads the women a bushel basket full of stone the gIrls a basket of smaller sizeFor all such work they earn about twenty cents per day to help out the family Income and then they get very little consideration for it for when the go to town for a holiday very often the mad rides on a donkey while his wife walks and sometimes even car ries his shQes for him on her head SeeIng that thIs Is the part or the women of the Holy Land our girls may be thankful that their future Is In the United States rather than In Palestine Children Cry IFORFLETCHERS IA Dog Helps Rob Bank Some yams ago a taJlrg robbery took piece cttt Capes Good Hope Dank at I ttbary One Sunday morning scan gcr of this hank upsed his csth snfe to set aparcel of ct 1 I moMs which wore III hIs custody when ho found setelal loose bzgs o2 money lyIig about tJle strong room floor ThIs rather puzZled him but ou lookIng tOurd he spied an opIng fu the wall of the ream and came to the ooclufJon that a burg ar had been nt work The pollcewere applle- tp and they found that the opening L1 t nil communicated with a large- street drain la the vicigrIty Tliy total sl I 4 9 k 1 1 rt- 1 0 sum abrrtracted from the hunk was about 20000 but on the drain befog explored about 16 bags of silver of the value or 500 each were recov Bred ltfeasrs Chubbs lent a represrntnthe to South Asrlca to invf6Ug2Jte the scene of the robbery He found the bank taut was bulit of masonry and was considered to be the stronge In South Africa The weals of the roxas were tree feet tbtek and to g ttothese walls the burglars haIL first to pentate tihrougt an outer wlt four I feet thick aId through three Cound- ato1 wais each two feet thick all tteee walls bEkg constructed of said cement and brickwork here won aIm l3bott 20 feet of erth to tunctel through aid the tole could not be ma6 In direct lIne but had to be constructed with various turIS so n9 to erabIe the burgsans with miners boos to get thzugh the Sitestlp1u The large drain bpened out into the street It was belled that e large lIlr1eer dog helped in the rubbery L3 It was seen to run out of the cu1 vet with something hanging I3rounq ts sock Two men chttrdI the 3In1anu1 for icon distance but the deg eu- caphl The KInd You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 Sears has borno the signature of anti fine been mado under his per nncyIotInfantsWhat is CASTORIA Castorla is a hnnnIess substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotlo substance Its ago Is its guaranteo It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures DlarrhooltBnd Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It asslnillntes the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep The ChUdren8PaIl eaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CAST FiiA ALWAYS lieu the Signature of I The Kind You Havo Always Bought I In Use For Years c c1Nr o iNYnrueAietu1MirrN10m1 iC f 0 ib i f 4 + i f It r i r4 n r 1 Ttft f f i i I Sa V r 7 r PRlDyOMGE BATTLESHIPS r Suffered no Material j x From the Trip w h Report That the Sixteen Vessel r Are Practically Wrecked a Malicious Falsehood I A correepoBdect wrdting from oe pt the far Western1 States incloses a dipping containing extracts from an article reprtoted tram a New York paper in wfcdoh it is stated that the that the voyage around the world practlcaHy wrecked the tihlps w4ilch took part In It and that the resent extensive alternation to tho up per works of the ehips is being done to remedy certain serious deflects that were discovered during the ciuife OurI corespondent asks to be told wtoeUher the fats are as stated The facts are cot as stated nor Is there a word of truth in the whole story We would not take the trouble to refer to this false criticism were It not that the report fieemsto haw originally emanated from Wah Ington and to have sprung from the same source and the same city omI which bas come BO much of the de structive criticism of our navy during the past two years How molicloualy untrue Is this story Is Hcwon by the fact that the lx been battleships thtit made the cruise returned In absolutely flretcJasa con ditdon and that toe repairs 1I11ohc are strictly chargeable to the Susec area more bagatello as compared with tho annual cost of maintaining the ships for the Baine period of time At the New York yard there are at the present time for overhauling the battleships Rhode Island Nebraska Connecticut and Ohio The repeals on these ships that are traceable to the cruise and come outsde cC the regular repairs InCidnetal to the pe rIodical oyerhaulirg will not average over 120000 tar each battleship This low figure be it remembered covers continuous srevice for a periodof over a year and on a course that reached 41000 miles through the sevI en seasf1he cost of malntajairjg a battleship in comiEdon during brdl nary service for one year Is about 300000 and that suohi extaiordtoariiy severe service should have involved so small an extra cost for repairs must be consildered a niOt credltnbCe record cmd a high tribute to the excellence of the ships The most conspicuous evidence of wear and tear was In the linoleum with witch the steel decks are covered and this a was due to the coaling and ceesedesa tramping to and fro inddiental to this multfltudlous duties of life at sea fThe structural changes which are almost entirely confined to the up per works one ret In any sense due to lessons learned during this rvoyti age iod certainly th y are not to be regarded as a remedying of glaring defects and suddenly meaietllmreal- wnew As a matter of fact the work was recognized as advlsfebCe long cruiseTheol of bridge the taking out of the old military masts and o eubstltu ton for thorn of the new circular lat tloeworkiiraaBtB for carrying the fire control platforms The ater bridge and Its associated armored signal tow er have teem removed ntid the for R uiard bridge has iron greatly cut down The extonsioxs of this bridge on each side of the cocnlr rgare now eo arranged that triey ain l be quickly removed Jm bung bU put tie the captain of the ship being stirltloaho properly belongs By the removal erf top hamper It will be the captatato command thehorizgn exOOpttMOOgh that arc of it which Is but out by the smokestacks TIMs bhanee will reonora one snot of the pJcltttWlue and popslwr epf Bodes of the eerier days of soo fight Ing The captain will no longer fisht hie ship frorathe flying bridge and in tlhe beam The corinang tower WHS built for him and a due regard for the ilcfctMs of the tattle demando thhlt he rmealn within It it was the death of Akin re5 VWhoft at the Czairevltidh tfoat Uwer the RusfefcBi lLJle intodiBBrtSer la We greet eortle Port Arthur nt the vey limo when the chances of shaking pfr h4 Japanese ecenxU favorable The cap tan of ore of Rxj battlesiiipBv in sheet itlghif told us tlhot tie Ald alMBJ wee sitruolc by a Ehep as he was leaibtag withtoCdcd artas upon be rail Ing oi i hG bridged noting thie Japira ceo line Tint tthot also mtruclred the coo kg tower it Je true buttihe 1t1 er I ww pd notb1 be ol11dQUd rown nhVy to addition to the ttooyal pttOpc r 1- tpv z s Ja- i 3 Co V t t l- 1t I hamper tte whole W the aocumulalttxl layers bt od paint tbrouglhoiit the hipe is ibelrg removed uid In Spjusre wl1 a view to further retJudnE weights no ship wilt be aWowfcfd to earner tin accumulation of ptoreq beyond the regular dx months supply stay Honed above aio being made in or der to bring the dee 1yaden Btftps up to a lighter draft it may be men aSm lochO 14 Inches less ttein better e The cruise was a epinddl thing for the ships themselves Of this the public may rest well assured Tbene to no surer way In which to Insure rapid deterioration ota ship than to keep her moored In haitor tin verseV time Is no better way to mata tain a wutrshjp in llnatdass phytl cal condition then to keep her con stantly on the move Rich Mans Gifts ark Poor beside this I want to go on record as eayiEg that I regard BletrtiW Bolt ters as one Of the great tpCts that God has made to woman writes Mrs O Rtoinevault of Vestal Center N Y t cnn never forget hunt It h dons for me Ttle glorious medfrlu- glues a woman buoyant sphits vigor of body and jubtdaat health It quickly cures Nervoueaees SleepiIessniBES iietoncihotty Hcadnclie Backache Fainting and Dizzy Spells toon built Up the weak ailing amid slokSy Try the 50c at all druggists m Olaton The Origin of the Name Olaton Is very picturesquely sit noted In the southeastern part o Ohio county on the Oweosboro and Horse Branch railroad a branch lIne the IlllEols Central and is 16 miles of Hartford35 mans twin Owens i born and 6 miles from Horse Branch The town is built on a slight ole vation above the high water mark o Coney Creek and Is within two miles of Rough River railroad bridge Tfoe bridge is only a short dlstnnte bfelow the mouth of Caney creek Olaton Is la a Very densely ropu lated section of the county and the beautiful meadow Hand and pretty Can houtlelt of this section are Indicative of the thrift anti IntelUgence of toe people White Olaton Is not a summer resort and bas never been known as such t is Justly ftumous for its numerous commie visitors wlho come here on fishing exourslcna and upend eeferal days during the spring and summa months Ttoe abuntiunfe of pure limestone water is sufficient to attract the attention of yUitors About twextyitlhiee years ago Mr Joel Payton visited his friend L T Cox a prominent physician and postmaster of Roelne with a view of bay ing him assist In tfta selection pt same for the postoffice at this placet vtth the result that the office was rained dlaton to honor of Mr Puyton and the Doctors efldest daughter Oa wlo Is now Mrs Lennle Reach of Owen boro and wlo is very kindly remembered by the people of this and the Jtosine rjielghboiSsoods ttiose kind Kigaird she had gained by her pleasant and sunny dlFposltloa The following are the names of early seWers and their wolves homes hich wree kindly given by Mrs Jane Payton on aged reddient of OJatoa Jake and Mary Roes Jim and Jane Cooksey BiTlle Gad Nancy Gentry Asset Wllkerefin Curt and Satire Barrett Joe Hoover Jack cal En Ijaiwrecce MEEB salt Mary Hoover Song of the aged people wilo yet survive are Tom FelixAm retlen Martin Tom Murplhy Dr Alexanetwr Byers Madison Cotton Various comers of the OQatan water mlJl IMTO been Briggs KuykendnU J D1Wl1I son Bill McDanlel W B and R E MteDunlel W T Young Boone Young and Its prESet owner Is Mr Dowden Estea Qlatott has a popuJatlcn of about US with a postofllce express office blncksmKh shop E tock yanla ater molls large flowering mill two dry gooda DId one gapcerylltore Ice house OatonISEptiBt ohmch W D W camp one drug Etore one doctor one ratal route and one eoom to be established ocd a hew torn EOOQ to be erected With an organ r ocher haled in Btrament in every home and tits beau Uful climate and quiet Birroundrngs l Oe onis nor Ideal place On the Hart ford And LJoitohlleld road anti the road to Dundee Sutplhttr Springs Horse Dradh and Rosime with a continued growith OMon toaa a bright future WILBERT HALL i New Millinery Establisement 7ilreI Al Lpe has receitlyopt edtaplendid line got Millinery at pleasedtlatest patterns In hats sail everything pertaining to her line M the most reasgnable prices Call end ex elserVd iti or i1 J 1 L t II t a x t rrrrW EOWPEAS IM i 1 PROVE SOU m AyYias Make Good For or All Stock Every Farmer Snould Grow a Small Cropat Least Two A fGood Varieties 1 s Ant torment who live where cowpeas witt injure stxnrtd plant rom flits season and make a test of their value for sot ccly will they furnish a Jairge quantity of forage or hey but they are great ell improvers as wCi lean tag the land In much better mechanic cal condition us well as richer fa nitrogen by reason cf the queoMfly of eiemeiiit Tiihich has beta ex= ttacttkl from Ube air and stored In the tubercles Bound on the roots of every thrifty copes piuutjTihere Is no crop so well fitted to cowpeasemane palatable and highly nourishing feed for every anlrnal oa tbe farm Cats tie and hogs wKl thrive exceedtaly on oowpta pasture and the hay will be eaten eageiCy by hcffttes lJJdr lltftie grain will be required It Is far better than timothy and one of our bitauthorities asserts that a ton of cow pen key Is more pea vines contains 164 of total dry best timothy hay cowtmatter of which ten ponds are dlr geitible Tfce green cowipce vines ar more succulent than rtd anvil or jdryappdoxfitatcon tamed In alfalfa red clover or out r legumes so their value on this source Is indisputable but they have adran tages not enjoyed by the clover family anti thtte are they will make a cropI the some year they are planted they grow and thrive on land where It Is Impossible to gt a stand of lIitfalfa or clover being far less drone as to both toll and weather conditions the only precaution trf betaken Is not to plant till settled wnroi weather for In cold wet soil tie seed will not show their klndshlp to the bean family There is no better preparatory treat ment of held Intended for alfnEifa than to plant cowpeas and the tame Is true of clover On land that runs together I and bakes hard as soil devoid of Jiu mus will clover can never EJUcceooj but on such land a crop or cowpeas will make wonders losenlng I up tho toll and putting It In fine shape for those legrumes which are more choice In their demands Early Era Is one of the very qulckB est maturing varieties and is of erect cWhlppoorwlllbest known kinds takes two wOOksI or more longer to mature new Era It Is of more sprefdlEg and bushy growth and Is a good kind toI plact for hay We have noticed that laterowa j peas always make the heft and most sesd fcr tbe reason that they do nod make so much vine If ore is not familiar with the different varieties it Would bo interesting to procure seed I of several kinds and plant an ex v perimtntal plot and take rote of their habit of growth time of ma I turing and other facts wihflch would f IItocultlvatfd they may also becwn broadcast or drilled as wheat OP they may be planted wifth the corn planter and the rows straddled Simply as a money crop and without reference to their fertilizing value cowpeas rank among tte most profi table of crops anti ft is ratlitir surprising us that farmers are not morei alive to this point Coleraans Rural World Stung for 15 Years by Indigestions pangstrg1ng many dloctars and ffcOOOO wrtihaf meld ciae Jn vain B F 4l cue of Ingle side N Cj at latt used Dr Kings New Ufe Piths and write they wholly curd him They cure OooatlipaWon Biliousness Sick Hbadtohe Stomnohy Lfiver K1lceyand Bowel ti at nil druggllsts m A Warning Itthe Rep blkan party dlngn much longer with the Dingle Tarlfl itwifl- I 3doul iChn Cttf lira of Rc pub licanlsm as tbhelttte biuWeriEK tbrilgaee kd by Ito Seplltes train the SttioVJSCaifie after the RIe1 rertrAn tire from eke bg4 Stale tnd Jnjcct faulty remedy Into 9granU syjEtein of Prcttctton whttcht ipioduo cd gtfcat Payee tbnfrp rvcci dKhearts of Anorican womenrndtm tLuit p04Uons lIitld PRtY VV tpErUi t j- t ry 1 tiJr w If r 1 y rt- 1fY j W a hendo eWtef ito please those whole highest patriot sm seem jnor willing to 3nucein Imported silk bos tty aad kid gloves around the ohs qures of the great economy and eon omy whlob In 1890 JUed the repub Ba iDduitrycominerce Unaccee an dtantstic ae out of the vaHeywhere totipkltohccs paetdi ns ABtortos meritxtaltilltromps Keep on statesmen ner heed the phiKosophy of past Wstory and yowl u prove covnrds Iti front tof nn Iniftrlor force You do not believe in the bin you are now framing and adrrapcing for piutoge Tile crisis whikCi the IEEUO bos rtncltdl does not involve a i colons principle but a policy Because Protection is co longer a theory put a demoastrat ed economic axiom So that the present aspect of tie contest pre ingitttnntehiFree Trade a compromise betwen the dlgrfty of oWttme Republicanism and the dup iloty of modern Democjncy Ftor It is absolutely impossible for stRtecrcft however ingeniously con trond to put the old iumble customs of tie donkey Into the great frame of of the donkey Into the great frame of the inilepencent elejibant without causing tie lion to lush Lis tool and lick his lips Rubiconofin the future Observer She Knew the Time Tie long Arctic night was dnvvrtcg to n dose After fix months of darkness the rubicund face of Old Sol peep ed hyly over the edge of the glacier anti wteted the fiozed North a cheery good morning It was a glorious sight but Mr OjlWwoEky heeded It not He vas t returrdTg from a night at the troublf AQas for Mr OJlblwxeky He knew she was a light weeper Frequently the shad evwakcrxd alter having slept only thrco wiceka merely at the round of ice bergs crushing some lotpei4d explorers EMp In the floes Ho remembered thIs as his none too steady footprints cruchtd through the mow Sle hcniM him as he wtiB trying to got la through thin servarits itctimnoe ta the areaway triad stuck her brad out of the ui pr nindow la that you Ojlb ate demanded air OjlblwcEky was torced to admit that It was ttirgstelaeIs it x My dear Its only quarer pash Ftbrvjiyeplled Jlr OJlMwaskysome whu hrS lowever herdfact that It was taJfpatt Mar and- hnv4ag7io desire to pry toio fnniJly fs we will draw a veil over tLvj that followed after the manor oi the good old story writers Boston Alone In Saw Mill at Midnight unmindful of dampness drafts storms- or rod W J Atkins socked as Xlglit Watchman at Banner Springs Tann Such exposure gave him a severe cod Graf stettled on his lungs At last ho tad to give up work He tried remedies but a1J faired ulhc used DrI Kings New Discovery After using cse bottle he writes I went rock to ork as well as everSavcrel OoMs aO11foreWhtooptog Cough get quick relief prompt cure from tWs glorious ni andI fiOc and f 100 Trial guaranteed hy all druggists mI Experience of a Chinese Court Rear Admiral Robley D Evans com mandier In tttilci of the tattle ship Hett vhUo gdts to the Paddle told I tte fo owing ttcry sprees of justice sttrclnleiteicd In tte American Court BlWcSln1 Four men were tn tlhe dock said the admiral whcai his honor moun- tEd to Jtto beach Tihrt were Ohtoi iwen ntd the iouitih n eailor inch my ship The juts mid to the first Ohl amour Ah Ldrg wns tie rfEr atEe What was the matter wJJh you asked the judge KuxiikThdrty days and get out of here our rome Tot Ah Sung rcpccdcd thq second Otfiuynam t What was the matter with you aDkthk a Mity days and pet out Next Whats your name Ah Lee rcpMcdi the third Ohiixtv rnal 4 Whatfe ytour itroulCfl asked th Ju iei 4 IiI nk Tllihydays Next Whats your natriot IAh 71 glue ire Piety nti caM icd too promptireplyiof tbJ esltsmsadlor It t r 4ti= a 4oCtJ POWdeffirCU fi fi V = is H Top box is not stayClCl 1 + nI= a e its the loss 4Lt1gEl threeWt0 of 0 lr w ii mThe 4Ri 1 g m I II xw + f iwci o t wwwon fi Get Our Prices and w fiMone on All Good Honest vtr fi ++++1+ 1 fU iTHE KENTUCKY Ii Light and Power Co I i INCORPORATED t iWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE HT GUSTS j 1 CLEANJELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE ift BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN i tREACHI E G BARRASS Manager i i +1- tIr 01AHTEDA RIDER AGENT ride aad IHEJiCHT08Tt andezhibita district to ample Latest Model nan el bicycle araiihed br us Our arena everywhere are making money jut Vill larlinJar M tial of tr Weshipballow TEN DAYS VUBU TUIAL during which time ou may ride the bicycle and t It to an test with II OU are then not rfectlJ satisfied or do not to- aeepdwbcyaleshipItbacktousatourecpenseand owdla t ittoascea makeFACTORYto Jal middlemens profits by buyinr direct of ui and have the manufacturers run antee behind IX NOT 11UV a bicycle or a pair of tires from ayntat af prier until you receive out catalogues and Team our unheard of factor pica and rtmariollt tfttiil tfftrt to rider Wftlf Ulll I DC flCTnilieUCn when you receive our beautiful catalogue and woadrrallyIowpdcnweeanmakeyoathisyars than any other factory e are IIOD profit above factory cost IIle TCLE III AL1iltP as tell one btcyda under your own tame puc st double our prices Orders filled the day received tlECONU HAND DICTCLEII We do tot handle second hand bicycle but malls have a number on hand takenjn trade by our Chicago retail stores These we clear out at prices rancinc from to 811 or 10 Deacrip n ba aln lisu mailed Iree andCOASTERBRAKESM HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF eR PAIRSELFyhe rrguar Trial priceollltte urn- S as tfr fair baa introdtict Vfl will selypaammpkpoirfpr jl80cwhwsrAordrrp133 NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacka or Glass will not let the air out Sixty thousand Irs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pain now in use DESCRIPTIONS MadelnallettesItislively- endeaayriI durableandllnedinsidewiih a spedal fiyof rubber whleb nevcr becomes Uoeethickrnbhertreadairtoesfiedcustomers stating pum and U also rim strip IIuponcc or twk In awhole etajon They weigh no more than rim outtin ThU otbrbyRIDUlOadvertlslnRPUrpollCAthe rider of only t per Jsame r ship C O nr on approval You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly u represented We will allow a cash discount of 5 centthereby making the price 8105 per pair if you send PULL CASH WITH OHDliU and enclose this advertsement You run no risk In us an order as the tires may be returned at OUU if for reason are areperfecllyreliableandmoneysenttousisassafeasinabank wear better last longer and took finer than any tire yon have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be so well pleasld that when pop want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer dont buy aoy kind at any prier until you send for a pair of IF YOU Nn TIRES lIedgctbom PuncturIroof Urn on approval and trial at the lpecJallritroductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and makes 0 tires at about half the usual price bicycleUUoffers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write it NOW da L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald L35 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE RKPTBLICAN arid St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE itEPUBLiCAJi and Dally uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 175ITHBAddress all Orders to 1 THE REPlJBblCAN 1- I V w1Ssa tai4Lr t ty 1t y y- iiT f 4 9 THE AIMS OF SOCIALISM S r t Would Have All Men rern in Comoro 2- a I t 11 Beautiful as DreiJ = t Theory pAN TICKE esentaUveW S DeanIWI rI cult ClerkE G iY County JudgeR n Wedding duOr County ClerkW S Tlnsley For County AttorneyC E Smiths For SherIUT H BlackaFor AssessorBernard FeUX For School SuptHenry LeAch For JallerW P Udk1fl For SurveyorC S MoxleytFor CoronerDan W KinghFOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DlstrlcB S Chamber IleZ Beaver Dam Dlstrlcto E Scott 3 Rockport DistrictJohn H Miles 4 Centertown DlstrletJ C Jac eonIGraham I 7 FordsvUle DlstrlctC Y Miles S Bartlett DistrictNo nomInee When asked the location of theIr city Hartford people will henceforth plain that It Is on the 31 H and RailroadI IIItwill be asked to resign hIs iositlon ++ 1 fohiserals officeIIThe LouisvilleCourlerJournal seento Iw to have concluded Its advertisemc of distillerIes In Kentucky which h been running every week In Its Sun day Magazine for several months Louisville givingtheglad hand to the Shrlners thin week who uro therIfrom all over the country ns the city The usual Kentucky hop tallt Is being dispensed and there no doubt but what Louisville will CO er herself with glory as she has 1da many similar occasions There seems to be some question ns to whether the State Militia or Bob Franklins arm of the government la responsible for the lynching which occurred nt Frankfort recently It dollars to doughnuts that Mr Franklin will have nn explanation which wl not only exhonornte himself but a I tiotes for him In the next election i It Is same story Since the j organlznllon of the Educational depnrt l ment at Frankfort the questions for examinations of teachers have beenI systematically stolen every year a there seems to be no way to proven nt it Why not place a price on them f every teaCher and turn the money bock Into the school funds to be appll 9 their salary I Jt is a good time until the pca pie will have an opportunity to vo- In to J national election and1t won ld I doubtless be Interesting to note how theIr votes will be cast If an OPllOrtu i hJfpwcratSJU1Jl1ran ticket and Republican Se ittora are vutlug the Uemocratlc tic oPt So there you are how is a to know to what party he belonglIIaliI 1e national conventions lire i build new platfurnts oornell4nqulry IIInpoattlon All seen to realize that sour e I Ilitercllslofus on to take advantage of whatever olillorI tunnies may present themselves the I future to secure sultablo funds for this proposition No nnun should f to vote for the urnendnient The Republican ticket InOhio coun ty grows with the peoile front day today as the good qualities of the I- iQlvidual members of the ticket are31rmad known In fact our ticket see to be UIR most popular with the poop of all parties ot any which has teenand nominated In the county for years It 4 no uncommon thing to hear Deln a rats ot high stnnlllng remark th- IL fa not Worth white to daceinnoth ticket In the field as they believe th l1tt the members of the present ticket a1- 1e the servants of all the peoplo wb they are Inducted Into office ClaryIprotectivetariff epee cA we overheard was made by Senatbr S 1 f Iowa Recent utterance IreBator nt Washlngtton seem tchte that he has been frighten away from his position to som- Jtent by the low tariff howlers of his state Just how much he Is ree1Jeflop Is a question difficult to deter mine at this distance but so far he thoI loor ot the Senate After they hay e i passed their tariff bill and have d from the country In our humble owl Ion they will aU be glad enough t yrolectloin many able recruits from the South Saturday June 19th has been set apart by the officers ot the Natlona1 Unlonns a general rally day for the members of the American Society of Equity Every local lp Ohio county should hold a meeting on that day nd It would bea good time to revJve- nU the old locals A speaker shoal be sent to these locals for that put pose We trust the farmers do no eed any further argument to conviuc that organization pays while theY ave the past slUes ot tobacco and the recent sale of the pooled wool ns re mlnders It they allow their organlz- tloa a to go down they will richly de sene what they are sure to getstarvr trop prices for everything they hne to sell and starvation prices for ev buytThe fight Is on between the Beck ham and nntlBeckham Democrats of finsIdWhethIertenon representing the liquor Inter i ch Risthou element of the Democratic part r I are to control will be fought out exPto years now seems to have the advantage being In control of the party organization with Lexingtothowever re that being In possession of th achine does not always carry with IMsuccess with the Individual voters ill be a pretty fight and one which will Je of much Interest to the Repub asleans of the State who w1l1 have to contend with the successful faction In- I the State election of 1911MSALEM June S Sunday school at this plac Is progrosesshng nicely Iers visited his 11tt1 clMiss Morbra White visited IlttBesl- Snrah and Ionls White Sunday Mr and Sirs J A Singar and fool ly visited 31r and Sirs Estill Rate S undaySMyers 311see- s a Josle and Leona Wilson last Tuesda 11night and Sirs Tom Daniel and son Charlie were the guests ot thel daughter Mrs Rhoda Danlll of Ola ton Sunday 3Ir and 31n Laten Wilson visited her brother Mr Lewla llartln SunI dayIto the wife of Mr Norma IIBornn big girl Norman Is nil smll Dlnnh Raley and children aer Ithe guests of her parents 31r an SundayellMiss IVR Cummins Is visiting her friends near Owensboro this weekS31r Cephus Jnmlson Is a parents Mr and Slrai John Jamison Mr Frank Graft who has been ii 1 Ifor wille trays died at his loafs Salon last JrhtaS morning at 10I oclock lIe lea + es U slater and two others besides n wife and two chll tneurkNORTON June SFarmers are nil t1rough- I setting tobacco and are now holey plowi Corn Crops to this nelKhborhood re looking flue Singing nt Vlnehlll IIclllXJlhoUKe 1- 8porger5slng nicely with Mr Uehart of orse Brunch teacher Mrs lIl1nlo Wllllon and baby nre on the sick list Mr and Mrs Watrer Kennedy nnd little daughttvtl liJarle and Opal and baby Cecil of East Hartford visit ell Sic and 31n C Y Austin Sunday There ey w accompanied home lJ Miss Bell dallwith them Mrs Edwards and daughter Len a son James and lIttle granddaughters Annie Mae and Willie Voile vIRlted lire Kit Austin Sunday arson WUsOIi end wife of felew r bits Ansel Wllsapt School Collectible Tax apedernl many con n la this state under the new echo countalameney ants Jam In an opinion given to State Superintendent of Public In atructSoa Crabhe today y VI t r rri Wysoxi June 9blis8 lgney I uncap aniT IIeGenova Ross Jha guests ot 5thelr cousins bllases nlH1n and Martha Elliott last week Messrs J P Thomas Clark Elliot David Duncan Weston Romnnaj1V eter Romans Gus Bent n Roy Beato Henry Pirtle Misses Susan Elllo Geneva Ross Minnie Bent n 1 art Davenpon aot tended the social at Dlr Bill 1Inst Wedncsddy night Mr Walter Romans ot an owD visited his brother llr W EItoma last week He went from here Sunday- S CatteyvHle Mrs Catherine Taylor andIr i W ash Brown were the guests af 1fr Fannie Benton FridayiMiss Carrie Shull ot Hopewell ntpresIIIc week Miss Powell Jones returned to Hartford after several days visit this vicinity Sirs R V Davenport visited Ir Ed Williams of Hopewell S urd and Sunday IMr Sam D Jones and mother of are In this community present rMr W E Romansarcompanfedp ls brother 31r Palter Romans taCan itlot Mrs W p Bennett Sunday Ighti3fesara Roy Henton GuJ E RomnnsWalter Romnnslohn Vote ichard Green and Misses Minnie B- on en Mary Benton Elsie Sanders CarJ riB Shull and Bessie Iaggarly n few hours Saturday night with lIssI earl Davenport 0 beenIl Quite sick Bessnle Raggarly spent Saturday night with DavenporteMiss Carrie Hill was the guest of iss Pearl Davenport Monday 31r- IIrub and Mrs Ottn Brown and M r Brown have returned tromNewI Iexlco 11n Lyndta Simpson staffed for eorgia last Friday to visit her son r harry SimpsonIMrs for North huea went lust tall heer Sire Moore of Taylortowi- ast Friday night H E Hill and fannil pf this Ilace visited Mr Harry 1VoedV near Sunday 31r Thomas Kennedy and son Mai Robert visited Mr To Jdlck undayMiss Carrie Hill spen la t Tha day evening at 1tr Tom Kenneilge CLEAR RUN if rJune DSeeral rpm 11ePe went I Hartford MondayI I t Rev R Et Fuqua tilled ilia appoln ment here Saturday and Sunday with goo 11 attendance the deaf daughter of 31r nil d 1En McMurray who has been lri Inast v her parents Ir und Mrs J H Travis and Irs Neweoun went to Hartford lasl shoppingtMr C 11 Hoover oho has been spending several weeks to the 1CitaftB retlimhome11r Pat Hoaglnnd Is sick Mrs Iuthwr King and lira Arch l 3cConn went to Hartford Monday ICENTRALGR VE IJune 9Mr nndIrs W I tslehat the singnlg coureutlon at- Sacrnmento firth Sunday 31n J A hacker East Iiartfor- isitedv relatives here from Frillyuntil Sunday 1 Mr Ike Shown and family ot AIlX- ander neighborhood spent Saturday BrRowes ck Mrs Oscar Ashhy vialled In Cernlvo- recenU the I guest other aunt llrB W n Morrllll who Is sick Mr Lewis Brown and family visit In West Providence nelghha hood 81m ay 0 Miss Orplna Rowe penwrtown wasI the guest of Miss Ethel Roeder Sun dn t nSafariightayty lonc 311ss Fern Cntas Is nt MilXW tcacl1Dg music r 1 Miss Lee Rowe Williams M1nesvl h i8undaventtol3aford ft S1eJnUrofe efore returning to her home nt 111 ansv1l1e y es3l4 apd Mrs M F Fought visited pf relatives In Harttord Sunday I Alle Arbye Brown returned home esterdaY1 after a short visit tobJe i YiH o f sister ytra C G Crowder 3rcet Station WnoseIto time Ie able tp sit on the porch In his easy chair these warm alternaon e parllJzedtIlfs 1 1expect d to arrive this week to syen relativestt VlltrtforiJSv father Mr J T Saturday night and Sunday SturIStogoon Fought wit L13 Lone Saturday June li It being her 1iftynlath birthday FLINT SPRINGSIt aboselthroughdaattng et toslMr John Allen who has been at leading school at Hartford fore then past few months Is at home now 31r Earl Smith ot Select makes r- lartripa eg u to Mr JE Morris every aySunday and Mrs p C Allen were the guests otdir and llrs Bud lames Sundayat Bro L F Bolton will preach at Warrens 31111 church the third Sun day la this month On the tourth Sunday In July Bro E G Denney of Farmersberg lad wIll begin a protracted meeting at Warrens Mill Sties Nina Trout spent Saturday nigh and Sunday with Silas Pearl Denton Miss Luln Morris and Mr Eerett Warren Mr Earl Smith and Miss Do ndIMiss Pansy Liles spent last Tuesday night and Wednesday with Irs Little Allen r HERBERT June 7Services were conducted at the Baptist church here Saturday and Suoday by the Pastor Rev W H Bruner The Sunday School Convention wIll meet with PAnther Creek church the AJlgustI who has re cently returned from Delnnd Florid where he went for his health attend Id church here Sunday He was not benefitted by his trip lIe was acC9m panted home by his brother Emmet Miss Mattle Milligan Is visiting In- Ownsboro Sirs Amanda Stewart whose eYl sight Is falling Is InOwensboro being treated by Drs Coffman and Gooch kflsa Du1ah Stewart Is visiting her sister Sirs Homer Milligan nt Herun Mr- Phllpot Otto Emrlch wits and chIld ot I1sses Elma Emrich and Eli Storms Messrs Herbert Droner and Elmer Emrich of ChamberS dine ll at Oscar Rices Sunday Mr Frank Bruner Is nt home from Lexington University for vacation bliss Tlllle Weyler of Evansville Is visiting her brother Mr Theodore IVeyler and family Mr and lira Obe Burdett entertained Quite a number at dinner Sunday Mr S Thurman of E1lzabethtow- isited v the family of frJlm Cha- mhh Sunday Mr Isaac Crowe li seriously Ill of 31 1 art trouble oIl Sam Haynes at Oweusborovl Ited Mr Dully Haynes Sunday aiS Mr and Mrs R M Sillier entertal1 RevsV Hfiruner lir +Sam Hnyae- Die Oscar Hayes And soneHatdea nnd- Walker at clipper Sunday Mr Barney Gardlier of Floral w here Sunday Mts Ellen Chambers who has been staying with her nephews 3less Stewart during mothers a sence 1u Owennsboro returned to h Salurektyd Aetna ule visited Mr WIllie Crowe se ernl days last week bits Slag Skimmer returned trom Ensor Wednesday Sirs Nettle 111illlgan wIll go Ou enabcro tomorrow u J Ordinance ellThe City Council of the Clay 0l- IartfUrd Kentucky do ordains Soc I Thnttrbm and after the Ilub aUonlf this ordinance nU persons wild are nbnreddents ot the City Hartford Soliciting life tire Indemnl accident or health Insurance 1n 1eatdcity shall first procure a IIceuse so to do huts thl clerk of We CityI dIItcollected the Clerk ot the CIQn r11 and by hap paid Into the troasury ot the rtty 51 2 Anyone violating section one ot thlll ordinaltCe shall upon convlc ton bt fined not less than awnsty mot inure than thirty dollars for each pUolille tQ byrecovorod In any court eompeleut Jurisdiction Approved June Z 1909 JAMES n WILLIAMS Major GEO LE1VI8 Clerk t 4 I = r JRO AOY Jt1aBBt Farm rl In Uilscomm lire telilsd With thelr work on the acgoutttsit JIOmich tale Rev Fryee and family who have beer visiting friends IerJorthe past t boatlaand spent Satuday aftersooti at 11Iri T Davlae Mr Jeslle Pistolh wIfe and 1ittle daughter Georgia bloc and sire Dora Leach sIted Mr T Davis indfamlly S undayVMrs J H Embry spent the day nceJII t at his aunts Sirs Oda Drake CorlnoTUfordon Hartford called to see lire Will a Davis Frlday afternoon llr perrymanEmbrey mad a fly logg trl1110 Beaver Dam Frid eIr It chard Davis and familyy spent- Sunday IItDIr Robert Moseley e Mr Flom Taylor wife and littl 6Onia n and Ellis vlsttedDir VII I Berry h1n Sunday 3fr Perryman Embrey attended the singing ol MtZlon Saturday night Mr Leslie Borah wife and little Georgia Mae spent Saturday night a Mr Luther Leachs Mr A E Sandertur began a sing 1ng school nt Cooper Schoolhouse Sat urdl1Y night Several from here nttneded th- uneralf of Mr Cyrus Rogers Sunday nt their family gravel ard health In this community Is very good and people are busy plowing corn sadtobacco- Mrs Finis Leach an lMrs Maggie Leach went to Deaver Dam Monday and returned Tuesday Mr Postal Embrey purchased a farm from Mr Luther Leach know as part ot the Gray farm and Is ex pecttngto build In the pen future Mr Leslie Bornh wife and little daughter Georgia Sloe lit Luther Leach and wife Mr T Davis wife and little daughters Florlce and Roena visited at Rev Embteys Sat urday night and heard some tlne music I guess 31r Perrymnn Embrey Is thinking about the girls He has or dared a new buggy I thing Miss Bessie Is the one he la looking for ATNAVILLEf June 8Farmers is this trommunlt are about done lilanting tobacco Several from this place attended church at Deantleld and Zion Saiur day and SUnday Mire William Skinner Is IllV of dropsy nt the homo ot her lather 31r William Phillips Miss Ruth Loyd ut this place i the guest of her sister Sire Arthur Ford at Herbert this week lIISites Sue Phillips Rozevl11e visited Sirs Frank McKinley yesterday fir and Sirs S H Tanner pagan are visiting their daughter titre E H Morgan Mrs S L Phillips who has been th guest of her daughter Mrs Ollie Ly one at Hodgensvl11e returned home Sunday Let us hear some one else give n history ot their home town The his tory of Slanda was Interesting Mlee Lacy Addington made a lyIng trip to Fordsvlile lost week menslehts Success lQ the Reub1cjln House to House Visitation Rockpoaprt SimmonsI vieltadot a commitlea to Visit each home In a given territory and to secure In ewers If possible to n given list quesdoita such s number of Chur c members Denominations numbbr at tending Sunllay school pad so on nlt0come Now for our little village of Shp mona I hardly think that necesary for here we talow almost everyone but I do think it the duty ot Chris t attend sunday School and hurch and see that their chl1dreqI attcadi sgeshoutld self commltteeto try to enlarge the mornliershp of our Sund yScloi and church wb should when chll- dre or older ether hd1 11t nttendnlik tttiemwtiy they dono corns and toll the children the nd vantage ftJ1 Siu1da Schsnlao then ln tholrfuture Jlyca and givE them n kind and cordial InyllnUol1to atj tenet 0 t We should not gowith Rrlong setr- us ace and 1tur randalso thing it wopido n pegeiiLfoi the school tobrderauftlclent leafle- to f dbtriputea all heitee wheret6er V 4It + II 0 E oJiJ 11 r 1 j 07 are any tvllq canaotgo ao iaadtty foYthey cannot atteed Tht Chool mIght ppoint some one to distribute this literature Bluer quarterly or weekly5 thingqour Sunday School Paper to give ft explainIday School they will get one eich Sunday When we dqtliose things letus r2 member that we are not but for member that we are not Jolng lt for ourselves but for Christ tiny the church For my part I ask nothing grander In this life than to be nn Instrument In Gods hands toward bringing Just one soul to Christ I find byobserva flop that a child brought up in the Sunday School Is more readilyln nuenced for good and become members ot the church before they be come hardened In sin Whe1 we visit SundayeSchool and church we solicits for no one denominatIon for In our union school each and every denomination Is welcome and several are represent ed Our union school plead for none oftChrist We have tor our motto look up lift ups and by looking up In this life to the church militant we hope to be titled up In the life to come to shouldethat when we glvl an Invitation to anyone to come to church and Sunday school that we are Inviting them to n home In Hel1venfor none gv there but through him who Is the Truth This work or no other can possibly be n success without divine help So let us not forget to ask help from ehallnr seek and ye shall find knock and It shall be opened unto you and la our hearts we will hear the answer Lo I am with you always MRS CHARLIE HUGHES Simmons Ky r iBALD KNOB June SPeople are very busy plow- Ing corn In this neighborhood Revival meeting will begin at this place the first Sunday In July Every bOdy prepare fora good meetlni which le much wished for and Is needed very much Sunday school Is stilt nicelyYMisses Martha Sandefur and liar riett Sandefur visited 31r AE San detur and family Monday Mr J I Leach + who re- t rned + Oklnhoma dined sif3ic L DTaylors last Sunday Mr W T Taylor and wife visited MrssMarion Sandeurs last Sunday Mr E P Sandefur and family visited Mr L D Taylors Sunday Mr Bm Rnferty called at Mr E P Sattdeturs Sunday night Miss Martha Snndefur spent Monday night with Harriet Sandefur Misses Rhoda and Bessie Torrence were pleasant callers of Miss Mary eveningeTaylor and Miss Emu- lous Taylor dined nt Mr W F San= defurs Sunday Mrs J H Embry spent Monday at Mr J3 H Torrences Messrs Leslie Sandefur and Court Ian Tnlor attended the singing nt Cooper tlchool hQu8e Sunday night There 110111 be quarterly meetIngnnd Drenching at Mt Pleasant Saturday evening and Satnrd1y night Every body Invited to attend Equity meeting hass been changed trom tho second Saturday nIght to the third Saturday evening for = the- nest meeting We werenll very glad of and nppre pleceverymuch memberwbomwe ARnotDhThe taln lnst week caused consld 4 arable delay In lnrm work isDir J K lBOwn and wile Rev Rt- iV Pharis and waft and 11r R A Coy and wife Mr Alva EvnnsMlss Oliva Coy Mrs Alice Evans all ntendedthe funeral services nt Mt Verson last Sunday i Mr T O Atchison oho has- been betterMrs Perry Evans Is on tile sIck Itllt xwo balloons or ale ships wero neon at this place Sunday morning JqJ6th They weregottig Sou st Mr lInMlepnugherty returned Tniea day from a forttrip through Butler and lm niohcoullt ls 3 Medical Society Resolution I At a regular iieeting Qt the Qhlo followIpgresolwliana That wexptree an approval oftheaction of the Vestern Recotderneliminating all quest1o11abIA med al comuendthelrr asweUe1VVtklh Vf J f r C Ir1 I II i a Fairs Summer Suits H All heady It has been our- pleasure to dress many of the- young Ii men of our county Still Ij we are in line to dress more 4OiI 1idsllrn per Suits Are Garments of Elegance in i t inMaterial and Workmanship FamoushiT RLlNO BENCHTAILORED CLOTHING Buy the above brand once and you will have no other I 4 Hat SpecialsFor 1 It 1 t Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 11 Illn ola Central Railroad Time Table At Beaver Dam Ky J North Boned ttonlli Honnrt Npl3Zdii 405anj No 121dnell55am No122dae1220P m No till doe 249 p in lloloajJn SM8pin Nd191dtie941Pm The New- Railroad Will create more business for Hartfordfor groceries 1 r for dry goods for general merchandise and also for drugstores We think wo will come ill for tier share of it People have found where to buy good pure drugs where to get t their prescriptions filled promptly mid in style and they are coming r J to us Our trade is increas ing all the time and wo think there is a reason for it People buy where they 4 want to buy and wlvere they r get satisfaction Whpn iu ne ctof anything in the drug store line join the clo- wdiand come to us I Hartford Drug Company j v Incorporated I iIoe Cream BO good at City Restau rant EJoxon XVilte nnd Colors Buy tit BarbMid Co J Flour eee U S Carson 4upuyMltl you money astf I For wxeaal bargain In Sewing 11BI chilies call on Grog wniloma iv City Rcfitiurant toads the people as usual Once a customer always acus tonerIlia 111 Miss qiadyji Dijke ty was the- guest 1 of frienk in Central Gii tte first of vJt r MrflR LTweddell and daughter ot Calhoun are the guesfsrorsreia h j tivga in Hartfordr 4tf 1II t v J j If i date Hat buy the LYNX All styles and shades I Elegant line of Straw Hats for Young and Old QET OUR PRICES Summer Unrlerwear The kind that keep you cool We are Headquarters for Mens Furnishings Give us a call Prices will suit you IDOOlt fall to see our Ladies trallor CARSON O0G- et your Meals and Lunches at City Rtetauract Mrs Tom Duke city Is the guest of her daughter Mrs A R Renfrew Narrows Miss Powell Jones returned Sunday from a few days visit to relatives near Rochester Mrs A J Casey and children of Hopklnsvlfte are the guests of rela tives In Hartford Mrs Carrie A Williams of Washing ton La Is the guest of Judge and Mrs JrS Glenn city Editor F L Felix of the Hartford Herald was In Owensboro on business the first of the week trand Mrs J S Carter of Whltesvllle are the guest of Mr and Mrs pB Morrison city Mr aldIr T L Loyd Narrows were the guests of E P Moore and family Saturday and Sunday W ii Moore Son will pay high E4 market pnlcoTcnsh for Ginseng and Yellow Root To be eundrlevJan notsplit 4842 Miss Irene Mnlle has returned from Durant Oklahoma where she has been engaged In teaching during the past year I Mr John M Hudson who had been the guest of relatives at heaver Dam left May 31 for Jamesvllle Wisconsin where he will rosldeInthe future I Messrs John Smiley and D Dr Bartlett Taffy J W Dear city Anthony Sbartier had William Tuttle Shreve were among our callers Monday Misses Mattie Moseley and Nbna RHoads left Tuesday for Bowling Green where theywill attend the Summer Normal ScllU l during the ensuing ten weeks lit Frank For uiap left Monday for jAnnapojIs Md where he has keen rordere4to report otr the Jlth to wn dergo the physical teat preparatory to entering thq pay as atcadet by appointment of Congressraan Ben John ponof the Fourth Jfentucky Congress lonal District Messrs JM DeWeese E MWbod ward E E Blrthead JamcS Lyotis Z Wayne Griffin R T ller and Capt Sam K Cox left Sunday on J W fords barge towed bytheStrHartf- ord four Renders Lake on Grassy cr k where they will spend a week hunting and flailing td t I wx Wtthouta doubt we ron tit sad please the ladies ia a Tailored Suit s CARSON CO Mr E1tH dsqnof HenderBon Ky IB th guestof his mother Mrs Emma Hudson city Miss Norlne Black city is the guest of the family of Mr Lee Long at BOwling Green Ky Miss Mary Render Matanzas wag the guest of Mrs C E Smith city- t1e first of the week Pleasant Grove Masonic lodge will give a picnic at Shreve July 3 for the benefit of the lodge Mrs N F Jones and children left Tuesday for Alabama where they will visit relatives during the summer Misses Elnor Petty and Daisy Wed ding city were the guests of relatives at Barretts Ferry the latter part of last week Miss Vera Hawkins of the East Hartford neighborhood was the guest of friends In Hartford the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs James A Thomas re turned from Fordsvllle Monday where they had been the guests of Mrs Thomass parents Dr JDTappan and Mr J W OBannon are preparing to begin the erection of residences In the Thomas addition to Hartford Mrs 11 P Taylor entertained quite a number of her lady frlendaat her residence on Main street Thursday evening of last week Rev 0 M Shultz left Tuesday morn Ing with his family and household goods for Livermore where they will make their future home Mrs S A Anderson and children will leave the first of next week for Denver Colo where they will visit relatives during the summer Messrs W H BarnesY L Moseley Jesse Barnes and master Glenn Bar nes left yesterday morning for a fishing trip down Rough river Mr and Mrs Roy Forrester Earl ington were the guests of Mr Forres ters parents Mr and Mrs J R For rester city the latter part of last weekWe are just in receipt of a flue as sortment of Ladles Tollormnde Wash Suits Come In tone wfcltes and blues with prices from 350 to 750 CARSON CO Leave your Laundry at my grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery U Cleve Her Agent for Mndisonville Ice and Laundry Co Incorporated- Mr A D Buskill of Houston Tex as is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrss A J Buskill Livermore His son master Norman is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs W H Griffin city The annual reunion of the Green River Association of old soldiers will be held at Beaver Dam July 3rd A more expensive announcement and program of the days exercises will ap pear In these columns next week Messrs W N Stevens John T Moore W S Tinsley and C M Barnett membres of Kosalr Temple of the Mystic Shrine were In Louisville the first of the week attending the National Convention of Shrlners Leave your laundry at Lyonte grocery for the Richmond Steam Lauta dry Richmond Ind Thv Jaundry iha iJwayis gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed A E VIE nzwl A ASTW PAfTlN Wtf Agents Judge R R Wedding and Wife nnd daughters Misses Daisy Wedding and Elnor Petty MrArbln Petty MrsJack OBannon and Mrs Columbia Allen of Narrows left on the Str Hartford Thursday for Grassy creek where they will stretch their tent and spend a few days fishing and hunting The Hartford Baptist Church nt the regular business meeting Wednesday night extend a call to Rev Jr W Bru ner of Paducah to become pastor of the church for full time It Is hailed that Rev Bruner may accept and be added to our forces which make for righteousness In Hartford and Ohio county Mrs Nancy King who has been quite 111 at the home of her daughter Mrs Emma Hudson for the past sev eral weeks Is gradually growing weak er and her death Is hourly expected Mr Oliver King her son of Chicago III arrived Tuesday Mrs Sarah Brown a daughter of Evansville arrived Sun day Mr Slmean King a son of Utica arrived Monday drtand Mrs Andrew King of Owensboro arrived Monday Rural mall carriers on muted front Hartford have been granted fifteen days vacation and several of them have availed themselves of the permit during the warm days of tills and last week The service Is not suffering from their layoff however as substitutes are well equipped fpr handling the mail Uncle Sam Is very liberal with his employes aa several days vacation lagranted them all ea hyyearvn full iIpay 11 I1 t rJohnents Mr and Mrs H P Taylor Mrs Fred Traffon Wheatcraft Ky and Miss Arbye Brown Centertownrwere the guests of Mrs Isaac Foster city Tuesday Messrs DJ Barnes Robert Mat thewsFrank Matthews Gary Barnes and E W Smith Ceralvo and W C Ashley north Hartford were among our callers yesterday Mrs J E Fogle and son McDowell Fogle will arrive from Georgetown today where the former has been to attend the commencement exercises of Georgetown College and the latter has been attending school having graduated with the degree of Master of Arts this year The OhioCounty Fiscal Court has been called to meet In extraordinary session at the court house In Hartford next Monday June 14th for the urpose of considering the question of permitting the Illinois Central Rail road Company to run a switch across the public road near Broadway The Ohio County Green River To bacco Growers Association will meet at Dundee Saturday June 19th A local wind storm near Dundee Wednesday evening blew down a barn on the farm of Mr Hiram Bab bitt killing his twelve year old girl takI fThe first prosecution inOhio coun ty under the law recently enacted providing punishment for taking tobacco plants was begun a few days ago and a trial last Saturday before County Judge W B Taylor resulted In Dora Miller being held under bond to await the action of the grand Jury At the same time Frank Bartlett was releas ed from custody The plants were tak en from J W Lake of the Bells Run neighborhood and tracks left at or near the bed corresponding with that Miller constituted practically the sum total of the evidence MANDA rune SMrs Lincoln Liles and sons Messrs Everett and Stanley of Renfrow visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Selba Sandetur and son Garthen of Mcllenry visited Mrs Sandefurs father Mr H C Leach Friday and Saturday t Mr and Mrs Cleve Baize and little daughter Clara of Balzctown visit ed relatives here Saturday and Sunday I Miss Susan MonroeBowlIng Green Is visiting her sister Mrs OrP Rains oil this place Mrs F M Beck and children May and Mamie and Miss Sylvia Beck were the guests of Mr and Mrs J F Beck Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Miller and daughter little Carrie of Flint Springs visited Rev W G Stewart from Thurs day until Sunday Several from this place attended church at Mt Zion Sunday- i There will be meeting at Mt Pleas ant church next Saturday and Sunday Iev Brooks Pastor DUNDEE June8rRev Dally filled his regu lar appointment at this place Sun day night Several from here attended the dccorntlon of Mr Albert Actons grave Sunday afternoon Mr Alex Harrison cud family were the guests of Mrs Harrison nitre Miss May Foreman Sunday Mrs Amy Cole mud sons Masters Raymond and Aim vlslinl her tether Mr Cal Dav 1011 of Oavlsons Sta lion last wok Prayer meeting will benin at theI Methodist church next Thuisday night Christians comu nod lets have a poll meeting Mr Columbus King attended Quart loy Conference nt Calhoou last week Little 1 C Wilson and Donald Mitchell are on the sick list at this writing Miss Jessie Shreve took supper with Miss Pearl Stevens Sunday and atlendcdvChUrch Sunday night Morn to Mr and Mrs Willie Maiden a two pound girl Willie Is all smiles MAGAN June 7Tile remains of Mrs J E Coleman who died at her home In Owensboro scene brought horn May 2S and burled In Pleasant Hill cemetery Funeral services were con dueled by Rev Farmer of Owensboro- Mr J E Coleman and children are spending a Yew days with relatives and friends In this community before returning to their tibmc In Ownedboro Irsl L Denton and daughter Leo Ola are visiting relatives In Owcnsboro tind Henderson Mr Albert Bauglih of Sunnydale was in town Saturday enlng Mrf James AVepterflcTd has erected a hew business hoeko on Hartford and Hawesvlllo street Cary Brown and family were IMr of Rev F D Baughn and at Sunnydale Saturday and Sunday t Mrs Charles Wlmsatt and sister of AVhlt 8viiiJvfere the guests of d XI 1 L M lnt Williams Talcum Powder The Hinged Top box is not staybecauseleak and it prevents the loss of the perfumethree unique advantages The powder is fine andsmooth the perfumes Violet Car nation are faithful reproductions of the odors of the flowers Special Price one week only 15c instead of 25c MILLINERY SPECIAL 1 As the season nears the close we are especially anxious to clean up our pres lent stock Reduce prices will be given the balance of the season Visit MISSI WRIGHT BARNARD CO I Hertford Ky Miss Mary Wlmsatt Saturday and Sur dayMr IL C Wright and sun Claude were the guests of their aunt Mrs Thomas Wnldlrg Sulphur Springs SundayMr 1 W Wright and daughter Miss Dosa spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs Inert Smith mud fatally of Fordsvllle Mr W A Taul visited relatives In neckpIIII ge county from Saturday until Monday Mr Uobt Kirk and son of Owens boro were the guests of relative here part of last week Mr V L Sutton who has been sick for same tine Is Iqiprovlng To Correspondents- It Is not often that we are Inclined to address our correspondent thruu the columns of the Republican gen JI orally preferring to do so by letter However there are things we desire to call attention of all our corresjiondeHiits to First do not abbreviate words Second do not unto capital letters where lower case are proper Third do not use lower case letters where capitals are proper Fourth In reporting visitors give their postofflcc address If they are visit ing In your neighborhood Fifth i parties from your neighborhood nreI i visiting other parties give the name of the parties whom they are visiting I and their pqstofflce address Sixth do not burden your news letters with n list of visits between neighbors of the same community Seventh do no write Jokes about people who are likely to become offended Eighth rellnrtI everything that Is of Interest readers In your neighborhood NARROWS June 10111 and Mrs Thomas Duke Hartford are visiting their daughter Mrs A R Renfrow Miss Annie Miller who has been visiting her parents at LeltchfUild returned home Wednesday- Mr and Mrs J H Thomas aad chil dren visited Mr and Mrs Noble Dean Saturday and Sunday I Messrs Arthur and nett Fred and Ctlnudo Shultz returll1 ed honie Saturday from Lro ed sChout1Mlss Elizabeth the little daughter of Mr and Mrs A R Renfrow Is dangerously itt of flux J Walker and J H Thomas were In Owensboro Tuesday Dr L B Lawlace Horse Branch Is visiting his family her this weak Misses Iucile and Bonnie Hiirrutl of Barretts Ferry are visltliiK their aunt Mrs B P Petty this week Mr Horner Lamb and Clifton Cauley Patesvllle were In town Sunday Mr Calvin Loyal who IIIIH buun In New Mexico for souse time will ru turn home Thursday Miss Bsesle KltxlniKli who Inns boom visiting her brother Dr KHzling of Island Ky returned home Monday Isabel Thomas visited friends III Whltesvllle Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs L B Lanlaee will leave the last of the week for El Paso Texas whore they will make their future house Why not have a nice picture of Your Residence made this spring while house and grounds are at their best Dont you want a good photograph of some member of your family right now Have you a recent picture of yourself Visit Schrocters Galery and get your work done Located over The Republican Of fice in Hartford also headquarters for large Portraits and Frames Good pictures Guaran teed HOPEWELL Juno S Mr and Mrs Januiti Bltuik visited her sister Mrs Leota Cum mins Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Will Russell spent Stun day with Ills mother Mrs Nancy Rusr sellMrs Rachel Davenport Wysos visited at Mr Kdward Williams Sat rrday and Kunday- Mr Henry Chapman IH vlsltlns his Uncle W E Johnnon at this writing Mrs Pearl Chlnn spout Satirrdtiy with her rister Mrs John Cummin Mrs Theodosla Russell spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Liza Roll liison Mr John Hamilton Islted Mr Henry Cummins Saturday amid Sunlnj Mr Walter Bennett was the guest of Mr Jnri es Williams Sunday weruIthe guests of Mr and Mrs Jake SundayIlow nt wilting Mr William Bennett returned home teem Arkansas Sunday YZ iI I I t 4- i 1 L I p f I I I Equity Rally DayB- y request of Stmte OtIeers Bnd others upon coneultnttum it has beenl dOOided by the Nai4oal Officers tiiat Saturday june 19 pt thE Siren shnJl be set apart cs a general Equity pally Day fOr the Amrer lean Society of Equity It Is therefore requertoo very earns tiW that a rneethg of every Local Uvoa be held that dray It Is suggested that where practicable the meeting be held at two oclock tn the afternoon This LS however buta sugge tlon sub ornate to the ooavenlumce of the membiers themselves It isasuggeyted that the a4les be also Lnyited and that a pro pam of eons and peedhcs be a part of the proceedings- Fos this purpose the following program Is subm1tten6UbJ to such changes as each Local Union may think best PRDOlfrM Call ta Order by blaster of Cortmonies 64ng1ag Invoc t1en- Addrer s by President or by name member eJectfd for tJhrut pur i poEe Calling the roll of the entire znembersbfp from tho tlaae the Local was organized Speaking In memo17 of the dead SJngicglavocalfon In mlD1017 of the dead Take up the names of each member whose dues wr the year 1909 are not paid rend Jnsller what shrill be done to induce tilD1 to place thtmselves in good standing Appolntlmg sour rommlttees to be known as Eat West Nortt and South Committees mnons whom the names of ddllnqucrdq mem- lbera shan be CJpPart10nEd with direction that every deltnquemtamm- nbtr tlha11 be seen persoually and the roault reported back to the Local Union on the 1astj meeting In JUne Stake out list of fanners who shotAiii become members and distribute them among the same mmmtteep to be teen and reported on to the Local Union onl the last meeting ttt Jute Disease subject or what products of your farms you have that ydu can best sell by Local Pooling Dhruss IfUbJect of what products of your farms you lave that you can best toll by General Pooling Dfacurs adsumtages of tatting n Womans Auxiliary Mantras whether you wlll engage In any local oooperathe en terprlae of I permanent character I Good of the Soolety remarks Singing Imocatfon tor dismissa- lit Js earnestly requested that withoutt specfcl notice from your Local Secretary to the contrary that every member who receives this parer shall without further notice visit the regular meeting place of his Local on Saturday June 19 at the usual hour of meeting It Js toped however that all pireideats will lmmedfately confer with the secretary and others and arrange for the day meeting and that special word Je circulated and a genero invitation extend ed to every person In the oot1e community to be present with- you With proper Interest taken In this meeting It Is eusily VoE- lboe for some Of the smalier Locals to double their membex5blp at this one single meeting- S D KUMP National Secretary fOR BREACH OF PROMISE a Penalties Are Different i the Various Countries As a General Rule the Faithless Man is Likely to have the Better of ItIOpinions differ radically the wonl over as to what constitutes a bread h of promise In some parts of the Un- td States the laws refuse to secog Iliac any lb of promise case an- a man may become engaged and dis engaged as often es ho likes with 1m a pitytr0me eaormou s damages may to awarded on the barHeft evldenw Tile attitude of law toward the nan utio OhllllgM hisImind after popping the uestlon In wldelyalItloughman re likely to luue nttLoe too 00sec of t- There are fewer breach of promlEe cases JI omnoo than Ip eny othorC- C1Untry Plie Freych ew tWlubet the al plaintiff to prove tn court that Elhe has suffered Il pecuniary loss y hersoup fiances change of ratird Tbrottg1ou- tmlco abride almost invariably bna a dot large or small IIIDd the fact Js l1kcly m weaken hew rose Th- rxaao o law hM bean MOptod In Austria end HoUlUd who the number D- ftmh saes Is prOpulttonot 1 mmil A fImpCZ and more methods ISof course for the relative ol the p ntntilf to txIko the law Jn10I their own hands In GcmIU1Y GD edstrorato method of V- nD4lClUDc1lJg 1be bctrohal proct1cally a puts on end to aU broaoh of flaws As roon sa a roupo engaged t3 pndr visit the public town hail amid deonre their wtlUngne syomarry and sir airh wtuxenes series of documents which render dIaaJo of mind m fho minis partp- tlcaliy out of the II Ufo11oll When either party wishes to with draw from this agreement the palr agabln visit the town hall and another icdtits then determkne the question ofUJ- XJlJ6nrotonor Injured ieei1q It HibI H r manly amount to onefifth of the marrIage dowry Still another method Is followed in Itcly tQ the o0nsterntttion of any possible plaintiff The law requires the person suing for breach of prom lEe of whichever sox to produce a thende Instantly thrown out of mart The difficulty ot producing such evidence 1 s of course pracUcly fllsunnountable and such cases are rarefy tried As may te Imagined the stiletto fs a- more common way of deoldiag euoh- disputes The best of all countries from Ulc plaintiffs point of view is Engjl1nd1 pdr dnmag4s paid on evidence wirl itscald be InUnghed out of court In- nlm t any other country A curl MJ InIme cnInag were granted for 50- gainst the editor of a tnatrtmond Q aper and In a misunderdrutding- weeet be a wEilknown actress and the son of IoUl el1rlXew Y- erald k IAn Optimistic Waiter IHe was one of- I the very tow Coin mcdclal traveers who data not u Ithtiauseves to their wrrQl1ntldogB nod hotel grumbler he Is known from East to West The walter was possessed of an optimism unusu for one welghter with the respons- lJ1I1t1es of his lJOsitlonand served thv tifh and roast th eqwm1m1ty and poise At the desserlt Urn tra- oltnig v man waxed Irrliabe anti mroas- Uc Look here he said Tohl9 pudlo- ddDg Is on the M1 op tarn tie- crcnm 1 puddtin read there Isnt an didhoctII- I UenO replied Thats al1 rlg7lt sir reeves snot Ing irk names U we DeMIe furl iIt1tb pie Ha no sigm there s pkture of the CatMo1 on every pleoe frlttebCa Unce tltroaa fn ArtY cheeso carlCh ur pie strY alLooking Onos Boat a womans dk18lht to look 00r Ibent but pimples sktn irruptions mro and bails rob Ute ofjoy Jhseal Ducl lens Aram Salve cura them 1LIe3 esIlaces Cures PImp 8 SOre Eyes Cold Sores Orackiti 1WSOlm lTry k latavnGbe fur pS- t es at a1 drdsislifp n V mF r lSEEr UF AfiRIGUli TURE SUSTAINED Alsop Process Company Loses AppeaL Writ Mandamus is Denied by District Appellate Court to St Louis Concern A special from Washington says The Alsop Process company yf S Louis which Was recently denied a writ of madamus against James Wilson secretary of agriculture t- compel him tQ withhold recommendations ot prosecutions against manu tacturers of and dealers in bleached flour yesterday lost Its appeal to the appellate court of the district The opinion written by Just BoJb while blocking the claims the Alsop Process company does not necessarily settle the contentions of the large mllllng Interests bucking the St Louis concern for the reason that the appeal Is denied on th ground that the companys Interest In the questions Involved In the ration of the department of agriculture Is too remote to entitle It to Inst I tute the proceedings Secretary Wilson after a conterI ence wIth Millers and a hearing a I to flour bleached by nitrogen perox- Ide I decided such a product was In i jurlous to health and In violationBthe pure food law A that effect was Issued December 10 last announcing that prosecutions teTheplied for I writ of mandamus tQ the district supreme court declaring Its business as a manufacturer or lIour bleaching machinery had been greatly damaged Secretary Wilson In h1 answer contended that the Alsop Process company was neither an owner nor a manufacturer of bleached lour Jut simply ot the mcahlnery used In the bleaching and therefore j could not stay the hand of the de partmnet of agriculture with reference to the product itself The Alsop Process Company deI marred to the answer Justice Stafford Overruled the demurrerandas the company stood on the demurrer dismissed log petition The Jpt1pany appealed Fish Bite Hungrily When You Use Magnetic Fish Bait Theres no such thing as a dull Jny when you go fishing 1f you ore BU plied with this truly wonderful discovery Il the fish car there you ll get them for they simply cant r fist It It bEats anything you hay ever imagined It is modunte In price25 cents per box and a box will last a long time Besides thtS- haft of which we are the sole mnD- Uf2cturers we handle FISHEIUIENS- COMPLETE OUTFITS 60c 1 200 300 400 600 Send toUay for I box and for our flee booklet Facts About Flsliing and iluctrated catalog of ishing tackle outfits Address 000llAGNETC FISH BAIT CC Depr E Republic MissOuri 47t4 p Diagnosis of Twp Doctors Th late Ambrose L Thomas of Chicago once told a story about 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local NO 1881 masts 1st Saturday night In eachfAmouth Noah Skaggs Free W t Luce Secfi8- OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of NaUonalOftfcer o DRAYTOIV Pres Greenville Ill BowlingGmmD KUMP Sec Tress Indiana polls State Officers O OAtTTRILL PreS Georgetown SL- S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio Cu y otneers J- S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KY s lK1dCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ordKyItNo1 2 J A Be2amy WVhltmvlle 3 F Di Baughn Hartford n F DtNo j 4 JacWTaylorsBearerDaln ItRy5 Riohasd Plumaner Taylor 0r1n s 6 J L Drown ROCkpont ELECTRIC bItEiS 1 I Iadlgatfot claJmsConvenu UTh UCUiLtee the I iii a lie O sraattijif J JI trIt J I of 4 I v t 1t nl AMODERN ENOGH ARDEN 1- e Yojmg Man Enlists in Confederate Army I leaving Behind young Wife Whom Erroneously Learn ed was dead Wed Again i I If all the individual histories ot soldiers who served la the civil war were put fla print tOO old adage that Truth ds stranger thaw fiction woui be morn titan verilka Now arid then the fctory of a long leE broth er eon huataod or fatter wttio dlsip Feared duriig the dark 1J1Sot the sixties and restored to kindred and home after tinny yews flcxta its way Into print but the followize etory of a Keaiitucfclan who viola the gray mKc woo lost to home and kindred or marry yebrs after the close of the war has never been toM and is know to but few outside tb3 immi late relatives As many ot the order members of the family are yet riving as well as the principal actor I will use iflctCona names to the telling Away hick Jo the 50s two young tnon touadlad up their little beOongtogs anlc started out for the west to grow up with the country Ore of tfaiem and the principal In this story dyad ibeot married to a frail girl who had sur vived but a short while and was laid beneath the sod in the aid family burying grouOi The other attained fame if not fortune in the State of their adoption and for many years atepresented lids district in the lower Wouse of congress aid at one time wa n prominent footer In the national convention to nominate a candidate for l jK entIlhe other man sought- his way with varylcg fortunes and finally married again and wfca Mvlns happily with bis little family of wife and tour oMMren whca the war broke out and he joaHstiod mOOr the ron ner of the Lost Cause After three years of a soldiers life he reeigaaJ fats commission as minor acd returned to his home This action on his part hedwere lighting in the Union ranks e J Near the cloD of the war times 00 came so warm la tttie ctatse of his I adoption wMJh watt rt border state that he was ccmpeCtod to save his home and took Us family to an army post teM by the federals aodi watt to work to earn a support tor ttiam Soon the wife and little 0203 elck ec td and In order to restore tbMii to health aakl provlfla thorn with coul tortS not attainable at the army post he started them to their tome But the unsettled conflttlom of things Jet them heipiess dn their own home and the mother of WO husband learning of their tad plight sent for them axld lied them brought to the old Ken tucky roms ilonths ralLied by and no tidings of the husband reoKfted the family do Kectuoky uatdl finally Just before tie surrt r ot Lee the thus band put In an appearance at his old home nrd to his surprise found Ma wife Wad little ones before him Af ter rexeialrg at home for a fort nlgtit he left as udinCy as he camia anti for more thca 20 years wag never heard item Hils disappearance was as If the earth had ewallo ed him No one know when heleltorudiy He was mourned as dead and finally tho wife telicvlcg heraeif a widow mar tied a welltodo citizen of the town who was oognlzaet of the dlsaippaer ante of ttp former hiisiband anM ttiy r livid happily together for o nitnvber of rsa Eorl beicig born to them wiholis tow living in this Stone and occutles an lmpoitant posltloa ylth dre ctf the leading railroads Tit daugihJter of the w Ie was married to t the sanOf the last husband and for many years they lived happily itoffetih er but bosh have cllrce 5Icd asalsq OiQ onfly son born to them Tate old er prep chKdrea died before tine Jnother avid now not ono is Ie3t of that breech except the ion by her last husband One of tike brother who had served during the war laay federal Kentucky regtaent ddd odt rx hold to the belief that hl3 robel v brother was dead und had an aiWd fagl 1lh that he would someday find him So he took up the task oft BettnohiSB every avenue from wbJoh any laformaVlon might be hall He wrote to aberilifs jUdges clerks maa- tera of Itoeonic Lodges and cajxtfuiDy t mood every Jlst of nonies that aanio- snideralle eye in newepopens but no tiatlm s ot his lost broth urttll tin l chancedtJt CltyTbmaes and the thought oocurod Y to1 him bit ttot would bo B good qveioium io try for toforasBtlan so b4 wrote to the editdr giving him ad x 1 good a deBcrlptibn of the lost one Qa could and asked ltxuto give 11811 il i lty toihtreletter which ha did 1to4t sfJ ti3 r t I 4 f ta y- rda r soon replies came rolMtfg in from H fereat rectlouis of thr4 country Giv- Ing Information of one 0who might batte Ictet rebel but iloGo flffieH the hilt until ono day a tetter feamo tdoi described a math wfco the waiter thought fitted the dpicrlpWcm Inov ery particular Thra jbbe brtXflver fins ished recldlce the letter ire exxCalmtii God ibess P cnl dig tine mono cl tho writer toe Ijios founds my brcftCi er And he had A letter to the long lost was written and room Anne an answer toot Explained all When he came to Kentucky to visit his kindred and bas o3d hours toe bollevec that Ms wife and little ones were afi dead euih loforrtaMon having reUdh ed him months be3ore amid he bad married agadn and Itourd1 tdmecK jtJhe huslairidctf two Hiving wires For yra tie wandered fever the teuttry tray erjsed iMexco ard finally setOedV dinIn a western city Mbere tie was lying when found by his brother He Is living today and Is a preacher of note in one of the western slitea He has never visited Kenitucky dace the time be came and fbmtfd a living wife while hfe tad letft another In the west Did he tell his wife when he found her here ttat lie was marled to unoilhed No one knows Members of the family believe that he did BO axis that he kept the secret locked snf ly In her breast and carted it with her to the grave Frankfort News Kentucky Fair Dates Hartford September 84 days Standford July 313 days Henderson July 276 days Georgetown July 2is days QladlsonviHe August 35QYs Winchester Augut 34 days Bluegref Fair Lexington August 6 days Taylonsvllle August U4 days Unlontown August 5 days Horrodsburg August 123 days Leitchfield August 174 days Barbourvlle August 183 days Brodhead August 183 days Sheplierdsvlllle August 1S3 days Ewing August 193 days Shelbyvllle August 245 days Elizabethtown August 243 days Springfield August 254 days London August 254 days Florence August 254 days Frankfort August 313 days Hardinsburg August 313 days Nicholasvllle August 311 days Tompklnsvlllle September 15 days Fern Creek September 15 days Bardtown September 14 days Hodgenville September 13 days Montlcello September 74 days Glasgow September Si days Sanders September H days Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 136 days Sfcottsvtlle September 163 days Bedford October 12 days Notice in Bankruptcy- In the dstarlct court of this United States for the western district of Kentucky Oweaeboro division In tore matter of 313 Gertrufici Wil son a bankrupt On this 2nd day of June A D 1909 on oonsMwing the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge mod on the 5th day of slay A D 1909 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the sune on ttfc 26th day or June A D 1909 be fore raid court at Federal Hall ut Louisville Ky in said district at 10 oclock In tie forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that no hoe thereof be published one time in Hartford Republican a newspaper printed In said district and that all known cuolitore and other persons In interest may appear at aiM time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be grimed Witness thla Honorable Walter Evan Judige of raid Court cod too seal thereof at Oweasboro Kentucky In said dlatrlct on the 2nd day of June A D1909Seal A 6 RONALD mark aj E DUXN Deputy Clerk CASTORIAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of SMALLHOUS LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK June 3llrOeoJge W Darnard an- agrd and liUMy respected oltizenAed at Ma home near hero May 28jand after funeral Services by Rev 0 pt Shultz at his late residence the tel lowing day his romnlns rororo laid to rest at Equality burying ground He icavea an aged arid torlng wife three sods and lilt4 daughters to raournihi sad loss beaUkb a host of other 3or log relatives and friends Yet they mourn not as those wbo have no hope for he had tech a true and valent sol diar of the cr oas tor anorditlhan fifty years Hts Sao hitera are Mms J C- DenueVtSma11hous KyVJire Emma Nichols lfedlsonvllto iMre Ample Crizmbeckar Central wprtjWHls seas- bfcserstaarDarnard who amides im I If r rtrrtart f Si s HopWns coumy Herman rnQro IfivlCie antis tko Barnardl wbo Ol at home Witt his patents It truly said a geed man has gone to Wa reward Mr Harry Benhelt has returned home afterto absnece of sevreal monthsMr Mrs John P Rowe have retuped to tibelr Old homtemear mere from New Mexico where they have been for their health Quite a nice little crowd from this viclqlty iuttecdtd the dedication of the Cen ertown Baptist church Sunday All Jlta good time atni jleoitiy to oat Mrs Iona Pierce and two eons froth Poslevllle Indiana are thb guest of her mother Mrs Matilda Matthews who is on the sick list Rev G H Lawrence and family ot eaver Dam and Mrs Daisy Shareware the guests of W T Lawrence Mr Caz Maeon and family end Mr and Mrs C T S Overton Mr Sam Dorton visited his slater Mrs Ida Paxton daugtrterlnlaw Mrs James Hallows LouisvKle bivthor Buck Morton O vecetoro brotherS Rev Tom Morton and V B Morton and sons Messrs Ross and V P Morton Livermore recently The Sallie Drake la the guest of her son Mr Felix Drake and WIre Owensbcro Little aflsa Kora AVlthrow Central City is visiting Thor grand parent Mr and Mrs N D Fulkereon Mr and MrsC 0 Hunter Hart Ky were the guests of Mr and Mrs S T Hunter Saturday Mr Vtg P Morton baa secured a position in Barnard Oos store at Llveimore Mrs Jennie Ross acd son Mr C B Ross have a brand new buggy Mrs George Erving ol CalhotraKy is the guest of Mrs Ellen TIchenor near here Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA He Was Poor Guesser He was a new conductor and anx ious to expedite matters When he saw a woman holding a two dollar bill in her hand he dispensed with tho customary exhortation to pay her fare and began to count out change There had been a drain on his pockets throughout tho trip and he was obliged to Interview half the passen gers In the car before he finally secured the desired small coin Finally the transaction was completed and the conductor returned to the woman Fare he said The woman fished a nickel from her pockctbobk7 TTfich she looked at the two dollar bill Dear mer she said How careless I ami I forgot I had that money in my hand Somebody might have stolen it- Chumps growled the conductor The woman thought he meant her but he didnt He was cursing his own stupIdityNow York Globe French Peasant Women Hard Workers Thq French peasant woman Ore tonne or otherwise works hard as any man It makes one sad to see the women working In the fields digging and delving carrying heavy burdens driving the cattle sometimes attend- Ing to the machinery employed on the farms One wonders whether husbands and fathers appreciate It all especially when you hear some of the ballads for ballads are supposed to reveal the sonl of a people I heard one tho other day of which the refrain is as follows Dear Is my GOOd wife Jeanne Her death 1 should deplore But dearer are my beavea Their loss would grieve me morel From Plougastel France Letter to Now Orleans TimesDemocrat The Mennonites The MennonItes grew out of four sects of Dutch Flemish and German Baptists They derive their namcfrora Menno Simons a Catholic priest who became a leader of the anabaptists in about final Simons was born in 1402 and died In 1537 His True Christian Belief was published three ycers before his death Yellowing too death of the leading spirit the sect underwent divisions and changes or creed Pittsbutg Dispatch s g Washington Rebuke Washington sold a senator wee not a cynic yet bo sometimes said things so wretchedly true that they had a cynical note Thus rebuking a certain type of churchgoer he once wrote Tho churchs feasts and fasts arc marvelously well kept up The rich keep tho feasts and the poor the fasts A Candid Critic Author Have you read my new bookFrIendYes Wbat do you thlnkof It Well to be candid with you I tfalnb the coveraare too far opart Chicago News V Reciprocity- Do you expect your constituents to believe all you tell them f Nr answered Benato Sovgfaum and in return they must not expect me totell them all 1 believe Wash ington Star if a man empties bis purse toto MB head no ono can take it from him- Frankl11 0 1wI Reliable I IARemedy Elys Cream Balm It qulCkl absorbed CitttRilltf it Once It dutnses soothes lrotectsthebroue from Catnrrhand drives away a Cold in the ReItoresTaste anti Smell Full size CO eta at Druggists or by mall Iu form 75 cents Ely Brothers CO Warren Street New York a Weekl- yCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON Editor- Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but you can getI the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL and the HftRTPORD REPUBLICRU Both One Year for vJHDUI- f you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier JournaLDaily a Year 6 Sunray CourierJournal a Year 2 We can give you a combination cut rate on Dally or Sunday If you will write this paper For a Limited Time YOU CAN GET- s The Louisville Times Regular Price 5 a Year AND THEJ N 9RTFORD flLION y Both One Year f- orS35O The Louisville Times is the Best Afternoon Pa per Printed Anywhere Has the beat corps of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field perj toothy Covers the general news field i completely Has the best and fullest market reports Democratic In poll tics but lair to everybody Send Your Subscription Right Awayt- o this papernot to The Louisville Times This special low offer my 1 3 withdrawn at any time SO GET IN NOW This rate is good only for MAIL subscriptions and we cannot ac cept orders for THE LOUISVILLE TIMES where that paper has a ular agent who furnishes paIJcrbyI the month REAL ESTATE FOR SALE We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from Sunnydale directly on the M H 8 E R R dwelling and out buildings I NiceI young orchard and Abundant freestone water I A tour room house In Hartford lo cated on the Pike 3 acre lot splendid well of soft water plenty of fruit for smalj family This Is desirable piece of property A nwe house and lot situated in old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house tour room cottage a good nwe barn Desirable location House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets owned by E Crabtree This Is nowI the fittest locations In Hartford the property is in good repair House contains nine rooms and there Is a er falling spring of soft water on lot This property can be purchased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as It will not be on the market long IIn41CromwellBeaver Dam In good state of cultivation good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberles good 4 room cot tage with veranda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of- meatbouse hen house coal house gooI well Located In good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prentls public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located in good neighborhood close to school 182 acres ot upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered in splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and outbuildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town Iin Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition in buinesss full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance in good state of cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres in cultivation splendid dwel lUng barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in nor toms two barns and dwelling well kept and la good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge if no sale is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY p 1r3iIGHilXa C M BARXETT 0 ESuitM BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY Vflll practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Cows of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lectlons a Specialty Office In the Hers aid bulldln R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pension Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store 11 =L HEAVIUV K1INES1 fDW HEAVRIN WOODWARD IQU c HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv I en criminal practice and collections Of tics next door to Bank of Hartford I YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countle I and In the Court ot Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank Iv n IUHNES S A AXDEHSOU BARNES ANDERSON I Attorneys ani Counselors at Law i HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice of Law In nil courts State and Fed MainIstreety affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office i W H BARNES S A ANDERSON JOHN B WILSON CIIAS M CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main S opposite Court House Del TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In PATtNTTHATipenre Delhelp you to lucoew had model photo or iiitcti for FREE report SURPASSING0 nook on Profitable Patent writ to BO3BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS ngsNew FOR COUCH8 eflooTlaI Bathe Iris AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES fJATIBPAcnoD1aD SROCUREDAND DpEfCNDZDndmodL rr Irlo tunr to obtain potent tnd mttiu COUNTRIESJ riser many mnioflin UtfaUxl rzclasiretYWrltaItSKalkltntt epp Vtttot shut KUat COM WASHINGTON DC I V 4 fJ4 I If I Jot n OLATON Juno1OMrAlford Stewarts pin tng school at New I3aymtis dosed Sun day Juno 6th Th0 classy Und take n lunches whlcb were eutopat noon Ani the day wn l most pleasantlyspep- bypuphsand t visitors Mr Stewart Is a late resident ot Olaton and durlu his short stay here has gained th highest regard of every one with who he has become acquainted especiallY ot the schools In this vicinity where htubas taught and of the New Bnymus sOhodl where lie has promised to teca again Mrs Charlie Wllloughhy and son James Albert ot WhltOllvllle were the guests of liar sister Mrs Slone Thursday and Friday and was accompanied home by her nephew Beckham Stone- 11rs Sirono Slone antI son Wllhur- Whltesyllle arrlvet Sunday night to spend aVew days with her sIster Mr John Stone Walter Rayuter wIre and daughter Renrrow and Cords Della Corn and Flora ltaynier and Samuel Decker o Select wore the guests of Mr an Mrs A M Stewart Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs D C Allen or Rosino were the guests of their son John F llIen from Friday until Monday and Allen attended the G A R post nteeting at Mr Bruno Freys Saturday Ho and Mr Frey being the only soldiers present llrs John Stone who Is quite ill ofI bclatlc rheumatism had as her guests Sunday TlII1 and Amanda F HazleII wood Yeani81t Lea Stone Fallen Hock Mosdanues c N Icnanlel Vorna Shale and son Ieunsrd Louis Mrs Stears mall and children Byron Zioko- lChrysta and Stanley Mrs Willson all chllllroll and Mrs PaytOil of Olaton- Mr Chester Lyons wife and chlltdrun and Mr Daniel were 111Iasl1l1tI guests at Mr Stewarts Sunday lols Park Alley flyers Mae andI Arthur Duller of Iifimialallll Misses Mautlu MlllorElin unnnhlgs IaymeeI Cooksoy Olaton attended the decora dRoTuewhay fur Little flock Arkiusns to spend sdvernl weeks with tIttors Mrs Ora Mason and l1s fteorget IiamlltonhA largo crowd la expected to ho InII attendance at the W O W Lo Roll Jug to bo glsot hero tune to RALPH Juno 8Sunday school Is rogres aingnleely at the Baptist church Mosars Ronda 5adu lelIe Greor- turd Dode Taylor attended the hall gauze at WhlltHlIIe Saturday o- Mr nail Mrs n p lhylnr visited their daughter Mrs Chins Westerfielda of Madlsouville flOlI1 Thursduy until or Sunday Mrs n 1 Ralph and sons MasterM t Everett and 0 1 lilltllt the week at her fathers Mr 1 p Taylor Mr Jeff Ralph visited hlK father at J T Ralph l few das this week li Miss loathel Patton olltortaillell a 1- 1fow of her friends Saturday night e Tluoao present wore plisses Eva and II- Blslo Taylor Own and Uona Ralph blanch RRlllh Nmtnk Moseley Lizzle 11 and Minnie Ralph Mss loyal ic 1- 1Pnrllsvllle Messrs leKlie GreorRoht II Taylor Ronda Wlldc Dode IaylorLonn- bo and Emmett Wade Desert and Bryan Moseley Frank Russell Wllllo Chapman All had a pleasant tlmo Miss Royal Fordsvllle was the miet of Miss Ouna Italphi lust week Mrloff D Wade WUM the guest or 11tH Nora Taylor SUlldudlLittle MIsH Gladys Taylor Is visiting her grand parents this week Mr anllIJ Mrs Frank Taylor Ready for Your Taxes We are ndormed by Sheriff R B- Mattln twat the Au1tor has rortltlU ed his tax o11ttlccs for yeea lU09 m1 twat lie Is now ready to re IIIuhcteettdznsIIllDgTrustees S1leIIIn the District Court of the UllltedI 1 E tats for the otoslern district 0tuckyOwensboroIn the matter of Jasper S Reynolds bnnkrullttltrustee estate I will on Friday tl 2nll day of July 1909 at 1 oclock p m In front ofe IIFordsvlllePublic auction to the highest andf hest bidders the flolowllIg described property towit- L A house and lot In lordsvllleI Ohio County Kentucky consisting ofIi a house and one acre of ground bounded on the North by Jd Strother ontthe East by Ilarlford Street on thetl IIb2 A house and lot In 1ordsvillo t- Ohid County Ky bounded liS follows a Dcglnlng at a stone J R Walkers N I E corner thence running In II Souths westernly direction with Walkora line 108 feet to a atone thence In n South oral direction 129 feet to a stone thence Jn 11 North slernIY dIrection 100 feet tp a stone on Sycamore Street thenSff t to the beginning I 3On oUGe std tot In Fordsvllle ofT soJ Yf Ohio county Kentucky situated on tqo East aide ot Walnut Street and iJoundef follotas l3eglhning at n f center of said street and ornVto Morris Wilson thence tvlth sold street 9631V 96 feet to a stone corner to John Ydding thence W 37 E 173 feet to n stone thence N Morrlsecotmnor thence with his ImoN 62 W 173 to the heglllnlng contaIning onehalt I Here and being the same conveyed J S Reynolds by T W Drown toj wife Feb 27th 1906 as Clerksideed ot record Jn Ohio county office lu Deed Bogk Np 15 at page 16 Also a number of judgments notes end accounts hclonglllg to said estate The first mentioned house mid lot will be sold 100000 sash and the balance In six months the other two sixsmouths The purchasers will ho required to execute bond wlth good security i for nil deterroo IlalI1cntshearI f1ng Interest from data asdadditional security but nil purchasers will be given the privilege ot paying cash It they so desire or they may j pay the bonds before maturity by paying Interest upon same to date of payment i The judgments notes and will be sold for cash accountsI All of said property will free of lncumberauces and the liens It any on said property will be trans erred to the proceeds ot the sale All sales will he subject to the approval the court YArCEY L MOSELEtTrustee- C D LIKENS Attorney 4it4 Sunday School Notes I The Sunday School Conventi n of I Hartford Magisterial Dlslllct will with Weal y Chapel at Nocreek Sunday nChllIOOlI Juno 20th lsry tchtol III the Lied Hellln and the two Hartford luting Precincts Is- rutltted to lellltsestllthm Sunday School Day the first Sun in Jut We hope to have every visited that rifts convention dnyISurdey Only not represented Throe churchesIave no schools Shame on 23ICounty Convention July 22 and State Convention Owensboro October 22 23 and tColltrlbuled Report of GA R Decoration Committee The decorating committee reports that It dtcolnhd 26 graves ot dc- cllfcd old soldiers oed lIe grave ot I ne Son of n 1eternn All old sol 111I1ir two years In arrears are request d tJ pay up or surrender the button phase do not near stuns iu public places The members of Preston Moron Pest No 9 arc earnestly requested to alt nd the meetings The followlllg officers were of cted our regular meeting held June 1909 A W Mills P C G 1Y- unger S V C Vick Stewart J V It A Anderson Adj Louis Gun Q DL Alex Grlgtjb Serg inc ltlalr Chap James Ashley 0 D S Cox TIf S t W Barr 0 G F Porter SM and Harry Shaver Q S Post mellls ever second Saturday III each month R A ANDERSON JOHN BLAIR Committee Sunday hool Rally he CUl1berlalUl Presbyterian Sun School fully md allday meepngu- C the Hartford Htda and Hickory and their friends at the Hart crtl Church loot Sunday was JL big suceFS and highly enjoyed by tine large crowd present The meetlllg bgnu at 9aO oclock sllllllIg and n welcome address Rev 1 C WlIsolI The exercises ot tho morning gelleralI of abort talks by ndents teachers IIIld others Com III it oocl DDre L lIl Woos dellverd a most Interesting ser Adjournment ot one hour was then for free dhner for the big crowd tin Collegd campus rhls was treat In every sense of the word tables were heavily laden with most appetizing vlllnds which ear paced all the t1ellcncles of the sa- Kon end constituted n bill of fare not be surpassed by any hotelI the country Although the ctnu d- as large there was plenty and to which tliminckd one uC the BIble feast of loaves and fishes wllln there were twelve bts6etsttl Len 1 up after the hungry thousands I od surfeited themselyes- lie exercises ot the afternoon were I up with recitations by the Ut folks which were splendidly ren Ipred and highly enjoyed There war so essays by the oldEr folks A ouchllllj Incident of the exercises was recitation by the little 3yearold slaughter ot Dr Smitha baby to stud years The rally was a success In the fullest meanlllg ot the termnnd not only I more closely cemented the pleasant rt lotions betweeacountry nFd town but sensed to perfect the Suday School I vork nhd make Ifmote interesting- and protltable to Ill pnrtclpant 5 I J r jJt- rv i I TIE STORE OF QUAOTY rathertilikevainWeback them guarantee DOLLARS WORTH FOR EVERY DOLLAR OR EVERY DOLLAR BACk rw w- 1A 1 I1 are put at 1 I Per r I I a designs are prettier and more artistic than before 9x12 Parlor Linons tsV sheer weave pure white made of finest yarn Very even weave and fine in texture Per yard Qa3 30 r Well with the Inexpensive but- Serviceable Dress Goods ltheirchoicest durintheThe prices abaolutel thehtghetandardotqualitywealways becomaNovelties in Wool yard 5U CARPETS RUG MATTINGS We Your Inspection It is Pleasureto ShowThese kautiful Floor Coverings housefurnishinltever Brussels Axnlinsters Rugs at 20 00 India Pretty combed inch 15c Light weight Fabrics ctS invite Velvets 15C Ladles I Seamless rhlonccl80s e This hosiery is es desirablebecause Toned to fit the ankle and foot and is without seams Made of black combed Egyptian yarn These hose give splendidsatin faction as toot and z 15niWftC I 0 F GET OURS PRICES oN=t tllatjr l andjincy Granites Italian Vermont Marbles i AND STATUARY WORK f f TOE JHOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS t Iirtforc3 Ky SSSSSSI rat C i r Mens Hosiery Iisthe equality ofthedesigns but wonderful Wearing Qualitiee No of hosiery has ever equalled this line We ensure every custom er of values that win surprise the most skepticaL Wo do not make thin statement without having the actual fact to prove 14 W want to prove it 1 25theC Surprisingly new style In ladles Oxfords can be found et our tore Dont lsil to sea them Very low price Our Line pf for its line can even 11NewA Splendid Vales In Dressy NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 100 I Made of fine woven or printed madras strictly high grade in everY pantic JjbodieserrTheseever shown and will satfaction Attached or detachablecuffsu This illustrates the values we offer in our shirt department We are showing an fine line of fashion able spring shirts of dependable tlti 7 f675 Voile Heatherbloom Skirt Taffeta Petticoats Both plaited and gored in thHave all the fascination of the Importe d taffeta article but with I correct design now popular far greater wearing qualities Well and stylishly made andThe silk sheen and rustle so t dresstrimmed a etc Very serviceable withmost beautifulgarments See our in thIs line at CbexceedinglyI I OARSON COlPANYfINCORPORATED Hartford KentuckfI and unusually BARDWELL BARNARD BREEDERS 0r Duroc Jersey Swine We have on hand at all times bar gains for farmers We will offer cash lx premiums County Fair for registered Duroc JerseYs Visit or writ them at lIMcHenry Ky J FOR FINE JOB PRINTIG OALL ON i T eH ltfordHg y ri 1n if + r r r r a- wA