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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1i to rp i r pw I 0 Itf Ir vi J1 tartferb UcpnbUcan 4 I Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIIE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 1 c POI XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYFRIDAY JUNE 18 1909 No 48 LN SURE TO CROSS THE OHIO At Shawneetown so Says Daily Press Theory Advanced by This p per Confirme Means Muchj for Hartford Following the publication In the Re publican last week of the story to the effect that the M Ho and E rail road will probably form a connecting link for a trunk line of railroad from LouIsville to St Louis and from St Louis to the South a Carml 111I dIspatch to the Journal News of ville mdt calls attention to the ac tion of the Iw and N officials In attempting to procuro a rightofway over the Shawneetown levee which the correspondent of that paper thinks le convincing evidence that that company Intends to cross the river I at Shawnee town with Its road In the manner we stated It would I The dispatchsaysThe citizens of ShawneetQwn are much exercised aver the way the L N amid D 0 railways are sparring for the use of the famous levee at that place each seeming to desIre a right ofway thereon The D 0 had a rightofway on the levee years ago but lost the franchise by reason of not occupying the same and now the L N have made overtures to the city council for the rIght saying they would like to extend their tracks thereon This will bring the station upll town but the thing that Interests Shawneetownltes Is the fact that they believe the real reason for want Ing the levee Is their purpose to cross the river hLthat place The road some tome ago extend ed their line from Providence to HorganyheldKy within a few miles from and this would I save them five hours In a djrect line I from St Louis to the South Since the occupying ot the levee with their tracks by the B 0 for the reason that occupancy meant main tenance and the floods were hard to contrll It Is believed that the L N would not think of occupy- Ing the Game unless there was a de sIre to cross the river Shawnee town offers tQOOOO If the bridge Is built i Taking our Trunk Line story ash text and quoting liberally there from the Courier Journal discusses the new railroad at length editorially Omitting Its quotations from The Republican It says A new railroad which will form an Important connecting link Is beIng built from Madisonvllle by way of Smallhous Centertown and Hartford to a poInt on the Louisville Hen demon and St Louis railroad probably at or near Irvington The en terprise has already reached the track laying stage and many miles of the road are practically completed There are some IndIcations that It may de velop into a more ambitious project than is contemplated In the immediate scheme of coI1structlon but rail road builders are never very commun Icative and the presumption of a larger plan Is merely speculative The line at any rate will develop a new territory It extends across a strip of countrY every toot of which Is un derlaId by coal deposits and Its construction Is sure to be followud by the opening of a number of new nines Hartford a good Inland townwhiclr has no dIrect railroad facilities at present will be put ln closer touch with the world and will see the real ization of years of effort to secure such connection Hartford bas witnessed the rise and fall of a number of railroad chemea and after a season of hope long deferred ber cit- Izens are oubtlmass In n frame of Enindtocelebrate with exceeding great joy the coming of the iron horse It takee a good many paper railroads to make a real tangible railroadwith right of way tracks and ouipment Hartford hs to lio congratulated that one at her Soadest dreams ls about to be realized Whether Vf road Is to material izeinto tr ik line 1s a matter for prenvtlieretthepoliant addition to the rallwayili- eage of the State passing in pa If4 t j I d I through an andeloloped country put ttng Isolated towns In touch with the outsid world and promising material addltlozsto Ken uckYs mines and mineraI output This of Itself Is Cause for gratification not only to those who tire to feel the quickening thrill ot n new artery of commerce bat to all who are Interested In the progress and prosperity of the Com monwealth Ground Cora Cobs not Food The Kentucki Pure Fpoll IatV was upheld on every point by the court o appeals In sustaining Circuit Judg- Blrkhead In the Ohio county case of W HI Small and company agalns the commonwealth The case brought out some new laws F M Allen of Centertown sought Some stock food which his stock I would not stand for and decIded to have an Investigation The food sent to the Kentucky Experiment sta toIcrabs On this report W H Small and company had to go Into court and a fine of 10t and costs Was as sensed against them for selling food whIch did not come up to the requirements The case was Immediately appealed with the result that the Cine sticks MEW PLEDGE MEETS WITH FAVOR Burley Tobacco Society Revis SI Form ot Contract With Growers- Winchester Ky June HIt t clah d U nt the ploc1ge for the 1909 crop now being perfected by the dIs- trict loard of the Burley Tobacco Society is the best and strongest bus ness proposition that has ever been made to the groWers In any of th tobacco organization It Is believe- that a tight won on this pledge will solve the problem for years to come because It places the growers ot tobacco 11 a strong tluauclul position that will cause the opponents o the farmers organization to sit u and take notice The new pledge contemplates a uniform system and uniform charges In all counties which provisIon It Is saId will eliminate waste and friction and secure thE most economipal managementThe provides that the so ciety shall carry Its own Insurance and that In this one Item 400000 will be saved to the growers It Isstl mated that from the time tobacco of the 1906 crop began to be delivered to the purchasers of all tile tobac co In the 1906 and 1907 crops about 500000 was paid out In Insurance the average rate with the old lnsur ante companies over the dIstrict be Ing 260 per annum on the 100 The actual losses by fire have been less than 75000 Since the new plan proposes to Insure the tobacco for actual cost the saving to the grow ers will be over 400000 Other features of the pledge such as the financing prizing and storing are saId to be equally attractive Thou od who have given the new pledge the most earnest study believe that or ganized on the basIs provided by this pledge the socIety will In the future be InvIncible The pledge will be fi nally revised this week and then made public and the campaign begun Association Meeting The Industrial cooperative asso clotlon of Ohio county will meet Thursday June the 24 at Independence school house The hdjr of meeting will be at one oclock P nt All momI bars should be present to attend to some important business and all laboring people whQ believe In organization and cooperation between producers and consumers are invited to be present at said meeting T J PHELpS Pres MicHenryKy Reward OfferedIGov Willson has offered a reward of 200 eacp for the arrest and return t Hartford ofLlge and Roy Crowe who are charged writ the murder of Em Ills Wade Llgq Crowe wtis convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for seventeen years He ana Roy rowe were in jail and escaped by sawing their wayhnoifgb the bars Appllca- cation for the reward waa made by Judge wn Taylor f fa CORPORATE INCOMES r lODE TAXED Congress to Pass Such Law at This Session Amendment to Federal Constitu MakingeIncome Tax Legal Washington D C June 16Th Finance Committee has practically de terminal upon the presentation of a- unmcrdment to time tariff bill providIng sfo a tax on dividends of corporations as a substitute far the Income la amendments PresIdent Taft la hear specialIas the Taft amendment There ar necessandan or substitute for the same purpose and when the PresIdent learned that the urbt nizatlan was st11 short a Cew votes necessary to refer the Income tax amendments to the Committee on Judiciary lie nave new impetus to tilEj corporation tax proposItion and advised Its presentation ns a substi lute The details of the propose amendment are yet to be worked out A tax of two per cent on the dill deeds of corporations Is the sugges lion of the PresIdent but whether that percentage will be adopted by the committee remaIns to be determIned and will depend largely no doubt on the estimates of the probable rev ienue which are now to be compiled with greater accuracy than heretofore One thing seems to be settled and that Is that 1uh an amendment will provide for the imposition of special tax for a specified period to Senndare PresIdents plan while other would prefer to Postpone time enactment of special taxes until next year on the possiblfe propThose who favor It submit that a tax of two per cent on the dividends of corporations would be insufficient to amount to a hardship to any stokhol ders that such n tax would proe Im mensely popular with the great major Ity of the voters etc and they believe too that were n proposItion so favored by the ChIef Executive to he incorporated In the bill It would In sure for It a heartiness of support by him and possibly a leniency In dealing with the schedules whIch woul facilitate the work ot the JoInt com mittee on conference AntI last but not least the claim Is put forth by those who favor such an amendment that the Uepubllcnn party would be In a better tactical position could It go Into the campaign of 1910 with a record of having enacted legIslation whIch Is accumulating n surplus In the Treasury Instead of enacting a measure whIch barely meets or perhaps falls just short of meeting the federal expenses An amendment to the Federal constitution Is to be proposed remov Ing the doubt ot the legality of a general Income tax law Tile announcement of the probable fOljthetors Dally and Cummins brought the two Senators together Immediately Inn detterminatlon to bury their differences and unite on a common measure They have agreed on a measure which Includes the fundamental provisIons of the Cummins amendment and the nonessentials ot the Balky amendment and they now InsIst that they purpose to press Its adoption with all theIr power Tills Is Interpreted t mean a lineup of PresIdent Taft and Senator Aldrich backed by the flit llubllca organization on one side and Senators Cummins and Dnlleyback ed by the Insurgent Republicans the Democrats on the other side The InGometax amendment agreed upon by Senators Cummins and Bailey provIdes for a tax of two per cent rearWithmentof those stoCkpoder 11 cor poratlons whoso total J co11es do not exceed 5000 Nonce As tko Umo is ripe torttie deyol 7 opment of contagIous and Infectious diseases due In great measure to- th prevalence ot heat and moIsture and the resultant superabundance of vegetation the County Board oC Healthof OhIo County takes thisi method ot appealing to the good zens both In town and country t put In good sanitary condition theIr premises and places of business va cant lots c byat once reniovlng all refuse material and sprinkling well with lime fresh from the barrel and by seeping all vegetation cut close to the ground on all vacant to etc All toilet houses should be kep- scroupulously clean and whItewash- ed InsIde and out The law says Between the first day of May and the first day of November no hog shall be kept within onehalf mile o orLIn this State The local boar anIappeaxr to be prejudicial to the public health safety of comfort W B TAYLOR Chmn Secye1909rMUBLENBURG MAN AIID WOMAN ARRESTED Held in the Greenville Jail on the Charge of Murdering M tG Kimble JFollowing the murder of M G KlmlJle on Monday May 1i at En nls Muhlenburg county n bundle o letters dscoterod In a pond near the IC mble home lead to time nrrset last 9rtprday ot Clay SmIth aged twentyfive years marled and Miss yearsdaughterd allegetlll led to the killing ot Jlmhle Both are JailISmith and Isis wife and child formerly lived on time farm of his talk erin lawbut after a disagreement two years ago novel to a neighboring farm It was claimed that BessIe Kimble was seen to throw letters In tIe pond and after a search officers found a bundle of letters In the pond and say they contain of Smiths guilt ROSINE June 15Sunday school Is progres siuinicely at thIs place Uro Bailey fllleli his regular all polntment at this place last Sundayy evenIng Bro WillIs will fill hIs regular ap pointment hero next Saturday night Sunday and Sunday nIght The new CIlllstian church at this place will be dedicated the thIrd Sunday In July Everybody ii la vited to come- Mr Smmtcl Wilson of Cleburn count Ark Is vIsiting hIs children and many friends at thIs place It 1 time first time Mr Wilson has bone In old Kentucky for twelve years NEW BAYMUS Juno HThe good raIns and hot weather are making crops look fIne In this community Little Mary Elizabeth the bright and beautiful daughter of Mh and Mrs Rowe Harrison who has had whoopIng cough for the past live weeks Is convalescing Mr A R Ronfrows baby of Nar rows la quite ill with flux Quite a crowd from here attended the Unveiling at Mldklff grave yard last Sunday evening Misses Utha and Ursa BosweJlDalsy Wooding and Mollie Dratcher visited Miss Olivia Harrison last Saturday evening Mr John Jones and family and Mr Layton Wilson of Jonesboro Ark returned to their home time 8th of neighIIweek Little Geneva Allen who has been quIte illof whooping cough Is some better Mr Tom Johnson Mrs Bottle Cole and family Bro Frey Mr Buck Mitch iell and family Mr Charley Quisenber- ry and family spent Friday at the Dar retts Ferry bridge fishing MRowe Harrison who has been on the sIck list for quite a while Is slowly ltnprovingt I iW PROMINENT MINISTER SUCCUMBS ITo ParalyticAffictionCaus ed by OverExertion Rev T M Morton Was Paster fortEighteen Years offparalsisdormoro following an Illness of several weeks He was for time past elgh teen years pastor of varIous churches In the Green river section He was flftthree years of age and was corm verted at the age of twelve years and In 1891 he entered the minIstry lie was respceted mud loved by all Who knew hIm and was always progressive and active In pUblic affairs As a result of leis efforts a large number of now church buildIngs have been erected through this and other counties the subscrlptlons to the buildIng funds being led with a liberal donation from him At the time ot his death he was pastor of Dabtlst churches at Sugar Grove South Hampton and Panther One of the recent now churches built by Mr Morton was that at Pleasant Grote Ile la survived by his wife Mrs- f Laura lorton mind fire brothers RIchard Morton of Owensboro Y Do Morton of Livermore L C Morton of Centertown and Sam Morton Coral YO two sisters tics Mtollle Smith of Livermore and Mrs Ida Paxton of Louisville rue tutieral of Rev1lertun was conducted at hIs home Sunday afternoon In the presence of one of time largest assemblages ever seen at a similar occasion lam thIs part of Keu lucky The funeral scrwon was de- lIered by Rev O Mi Shultz pastor of time Baptist church at Livermore and was an able and impressive SC1 monoHev John Bennett gave nn interesting talk on the life work of Rev Morton after whIch the burial LivermoreeMasonic Lodge by many members of tle order from Collmoun Island Station Utica Matanzas Hartford and other neIghboring towns There were probably three hundred masons In the line ot munch flew Morton was n former citizen of OhIo court and widely known throughout the Green River country The floral offerings were profuse and carne frown many frIends and from the churchmen over whIch lie was pastor at the time of hIs death Tine following members of Hartford Lodge No 6W F A M attended the burial going down Rough river lu the gasoline yacht Pearl A D JsR Pirtle W a Ellis E P Thomas Emory Schroeter Harry OUannon and C M Barnett FAIRVIEW Juno 15We are still havIng n good Sunday school at this place while time crowds are not as large as mjght bo expected we are very well satisfied with the attendance and time puplls1ir unusually well behaved and attentive Bro Lawrence ot Beaver Dam pastor of the Cane Run Baptist church will be with us next Sunday afternoon and night In the afternoon he will address the Sunday school and at night will dellved one of his excellent sermons We will be glad to have Bro showyour appreciation by all going out to hear him both times A number front thIs community at tended church at Schroader Sunday They report a fine time and plenty of dinner for all Mrs Mary Wright the aged mother WrightlisI ThomasjFaught eral months In school at panvtlle Miss Maude Is an unusually bright and attractive girl and has many friends hero who gladly welcome her home Rev T 1 Acton spent Saturday with htscausina 11ir Charles Huff ad family rear Mt Vernon Mr Iorenzo Acton Sulphur SprIngs made at pleasant trip to this community Sunday afternoon News Is scarce In this neighborhood farmers are all busy In their crops and they dont take time to visit we are blessed wIth hut little sIckness so we have none to report on that list but methinks I hear weddIng bells Guess there will he a wedding to re port soon Rev T J Acton will preach at Vine Hill next Sunday mornIng at 11 oclock Miller The Rev Ernest Cottrell and Miss Bernice Miller were married at 5 Wednesday afternoon June10clOCk the home of the brIdes parents Mr and Mrs E O Miller 1t- Owenslooro Time cerenmony was per formed by time Ilev Ellis Cottrell a brother of the groom Rev Mr Cottrell Is pastor of churches at Thurston Macco and Chestnut Grove and Is one of time most popular uminls terms In Davless count The bride has been a teacher In the public schools and has many friends In Ow ensboro RALPH June HFarmers are very busy with their crops Those who attended time Masonic banquet at Fordsvllle Srutrday nIght were Frank Taylor 7 A Taylor Robert Taylor J A Edge Honda Wade and C D Farmer Miss Ozona Mcseley Hartford is the guest of her cousin Addle Mae Edge this week Misses NonIe and Gerty Eva and Essie Taylor were the guest of Miss Addle Mae Edge Saturday night Mr and Mrs L A Ralph attended church at Sugar Grove Sunday Several from Deauflelll passed through here FrIday omouto to the old boil of Rough River to spend the day fishIng Born to the wife of Mr Fred day tor the 12th lust a fine boy Ferd Is all smiles Most ot the young folks at Sunday school went to Mr n F Taylors to eat Ice cream Tlmose present were Misses Iva Mmtln Oiomia Moseley Addle Edge Nonmle Taylor EssIe Tay lor and Gert Taylor Messrs Thos Hamilton Lonnie Owen Honda Wade Losday Mrs Otha Farmer visited her hus band bast wee who ti confined In the llopkinsvilleAsy9amim She reports him Improving 1 OlA TON June l6lr John Allen Is hlllldlng a store house at corner Main and Church streets Time new building wilt be quite an inmprovenment for Olaton Mrs James Hall spent Thursday with Mrs ii Hall Mcpamiiel and Whlto millers oft hIs place are building n large graIner on Dater street Mr Lon WhIte was In Owensboro- on busIness Monday Newt Is scarce this week but everybody say they will ho at the picnIc June 19 One man who says he Is comIng hopes there will lIe 2999 people here that day COOL SPRINGS andIchlldrenS Dunn last week Mrs Laura Tate of North Dacota visited Mr M lI Tate last week Mr and Mrs R S Dunn were the guests of Mr and Mrs O E Scott Sunday Mr and Mrs Birch Wilson Beaver Dam were the guests of O E Scott and T C DennIs last week Misses VIa and Lennie Dunn visited at McHenry from Friday until Tues day Mira Matilda Fulton ot WSOX visited her sIster Mrs Fogle Monday Mr M M Tates barn burned down last Tuesday night with the loss of lot of corn and tray and new wagons No Insurance Concessions to Rent IThe undersIgned committee will rent as a whole or sepn+ rate for the Red Mens Pow Wow to be held at Cromwell Ky July 17th Contract must be closed on or before July let E WJACKSON P T1VILLlSi 1 J W OONNER Committee voDAILY THE PRESIDENT Roosevelt Received More Letters Than Any Other If he Took the Time to Read all letters RLceived he WowId Have Time for Nothing Else The day mall of tM yresdeat- Uotteathe tIS are gee abo8t 4c kUUs and R bas bees lamas oU gra4GZUY Mace the IDU Daring the ruortb of Birch te maiv- ed U MFb u ZtA lEtUn a day Wt the r nof tJtta writ pwdr larmaL COtITe1I1l oau61aUo1u a- ylkszior Jt and reaoaataesdstfoa- sapse to ssteetdrrs ant 1IIorssrauas hk laaranJ oilcans trtprla d 1IM pllkr PntR t eeelt atri to rca4ve iM Mate a day tlar F wt tUa avt- yptbsbdtr other and abet Clectdarda Siafo the ail at tht WMte HMIeE baa seer tbaa dos 414 PoII Pt- RaxIlek rsoadetd we lutacs- aey dID ether JHa that 498 1 zII- Ctf eortt eat ar tidal c varim- ys Ybyesa taay of the Jn wsss kttefL sr tiny tttdd- by wVopte 7th M surs7 fit tbem xete bsoirnrrt arr bwere al e amd t r wee threat Iag Th- aisl yr a 4t rrl the CIIIed alxayl rvrr w oa- s tbay tat redrnd JT to the tldof of the ayrret aarvk- eIrrtrtly 0IavtrtlJavs tot wrh- Pt the perdttt tried W r4 all of the It4Zrrr Ile ree k d lie Would ue very UUh time for asyhlrR Its- before but be aces It bus mail Is piei 1 roil aMOIted and elaMifled aeewdlnl- Jt the rubects rtdred u- TMs It drove by asfidentlzl dwka- af spanner xt hay rprrlle In- atrscUora AU letters rden1sg- nt w- i ratttte matter aft re dlreet 0 th- nrteM Irrreau and deartatents 01 Ute goru azt havlr s JIIIIMieU over tM suble1 tcaur of tlMtr tent all purely torah hitters an wenod by s tor uf reerttarkr aD- d8l Joe dlrtItlD of JIft4 Carpeater- a4lfVary i wit Preridret who agni then eewmuakxtiors d perssar tIUeal or olUtIsl Irtstlst aA- fa a lJket rr Ute pretddrat and he made sr many sad as math d them- hhr uI Utos wIU allow Mr Latta bL- atererarspber or Mr Porter the iJ tlrtaat rrcnrtary rta at hk ulde a- arlrkUy auk brie IIOt4NI you brake oI the letter u Inrtrueted byl the tel ialdr la framtag s- awerr r for the sdlllt tpatun Very oltra Ihs Wcatdeat dtetstta- w aD LQtar and htx rtcMSry- dlotMer It UJ s Minot r phr- wrltat abettouch It out aeon Wtdu Home pr- 1t Ir probable that the prNIdf1ll fhataffUta y apcn tlle4r tODt He ii- was uy of the rhstdre ur UJQfag Nttrra Hie srerelsrhis 1fIdNyort- IJ protest him rote any warty of I ullpoa Utoar which are of wwu- MEfgwoe tit he twvrr ails to scar an- aatlkral i trttlets or ruygeatbs t f 10 receiveI horn any dtlasa ot tJaItI Ua1W taI Pew rills rsd U many ur dlltattt- M aaay letters u thi prarhllnt ofss the Unfurl Hinter 1rasldrrrtpalt d- tattM readily Hla kuip fJlifata taudtt burn to fflapoae of htNniY to- Iaphfly and hr Utn xo thrqup It to- plk or hitters with JIs litter dy atkrailway Iaxarxer IICItItfr IUdll for UIU In atwnfra That It h It wand r I tut rsmady for Maul Catarrh Is pro V- ed by liD everbu reaalnn mare of t- tlntesy It 1kr nut dry out nor rui thu leader ItlrIUUtICfS It alhllIl- hInflDfltl ll and wet stratgbt 141 Iho root or the dlroaae OhAIIIt old alH haw lwil1 to It few weeks All dr- 6egb Inraudlhg llra11I1 tulte or rnalkl by 171y JIm M W- u6leot rein New York In Memory Of JmnkUII M lmrr of nuwr Haler who Illud IkltunJlY morning Jun f i 111111JlUlmulha Mild a days bib rwnulur laid to runt HKturduy afternoon 1IIeI ortark In IIII Haelll I4TnVeYIIIc1 At ti r agu of J f ho lIJfl1lfed faith Chrldt and united with the Presb- Urian church It Wlllliut trove I had Ilpuu lived U modal chrlstlllll II- fu thful to Illl trust Soteral yur- abo hu wua united in marriage to bi- Oda r Jrumes who with two small chi 1i MYIersA Ionaa rvh ahimIrrctxwaead Y ted huband aTrd tether lorl1tbroth and boa a find ne1hhor and a irleD4 and Of him we can aT he wu a good teen every one ilk blm aadio the ixmred rife and JoT1 ones se can Only ur 1ccp lIotl led Prank u you youJd for one who Iliad no hope bet look unto HJm who i doeth all thingr yeU for he left erl- f dance that he yu going to the ot H to be with the redeemed an- ttls I aotl 11 flow on hdgh Perhaps Leek I preIparej HearIdeath Angel tags you wm lie r i Id Sore oat Ta+ can mg the prats ereI yu his pride to ore God above Ul lP and to liTe lines pure as Vet worthy of Snrltattoa u dear taUau did sad bare is mind that eu80t tiling his hack to UA but Ire line tree tres lire ran tome da ala tOrfTlT more lioFraakaoar bootee that ua aaser ix re- JIM iwt there b roan for ua In nHtarea with b1a asd we Tara hethe v aret s go tore A yaedose ant foa ns is gone A rrfce we bred is elf 1 A Ihee Ii ssmst b oar bemES WWci serer oar t kd- GH it his vSsW1ne lase M rt JIi tbletgit bts bogy thtotaa here BIB w yt sate ta Htarec 1IE K ud BISSIE F byiI Children imFORCASTORIA MONTHLY CROP REPORT FORMA Y Compiled by the Bureau of Agri culture Labor and Statisticsim M C Rankin ComrI I Tlwtrf bas been a very large amour of ralafall during the mouth of Iay I hiaderfnK the tarmera greatly In their worlL The eosAltton of wheat he shown r a exrorldenide wndtJlICY towards Im fllprrv9rrnt over fart uoaW and with werlwr favorable will mace a lair Tlelit- Cora plaatintt has alnat all been nabbed rsoept In rxveral scetlona w- itftrlss4 rer the rslaall has been very A orate acreage will he plantI d sad more tttfltton to this aro- wlll p br snra than In many yearn loch rata ku hero favorable to tJtole fist bred their ground prepared I thrratr gronrd Is not ready and on a- cocci c of JKi uufb cola tha0 Is a tine err cent not 1lantrd There a s Ktao owrplaiat stout plants be lag carw vaUrtr are doing well awl prom eta a larllrr eroN than fur the yHrl yant fewI Alfalfa b data Kali arid Khiudld yluld bet tiro wther Is out good for rutting the flat rop TJre b not raough run rhlue- curo to all It rhunid tw The price of alfalfa nngca from 31261 to EIG- Irur tun and with IlUch nudltlJJI1 the e think tllo ptnpkr will 1eVlurt sure tech year ins them Is no I doubt tlutt It brut more 1 tier than auY other hay 11invor Ii luking well groIu fin with 1rImIJ1 a crollrumouth 11urla art very high PriCOil rang In from 12Mw w1 l0fb1 and hard to Inty at that luhx lire not all many In rumbe Iur lhy were at tbtr tUue lust yo hlaud ore vary high 1rleka tang rCrow lfJOO to U9 U0WCattlo are lint so high Prices mug InK fro I to 1 runts par Iwnnd 1 rgShit j art doluF very wtlI Prh from 1rr to G cents per you lIogK are IIIKII IrlcIImnglng r Ii 10 R ruuta par wand Inure Id orJj- ruUu or uo complant of any dlrea- among sc themIThe price of opultty and eggs hnJlreuu for till Ian year and are xt III IIthlHranglllg from f7 to 20 routs per dm UII nflll hanenud ghlckuna from 12I to 2S cents yr wandm gofua crop of blackberry hlconlM nod others In Im portionf looking well Pricks good cantoIs per Children CryIFOR FLETCHERSs casro I A0 1 KEN1UGKY mVEiING ITS fDIESTS meBery ef tile State rrHtKt Well Under WayLdi Iterestedd KenWcky which le one or the d1e laeOle UDlon and the first state p duction of 7eUox xJpu1ar is maki good progress In the mOTemeDt f the preservation of Ita fotesta I 1905 the Leglature enacted the Jaw tatem Board of Asrtcalttue Forest 1m vddr ur the Board asked and CHperatJon of the United States For BluworkFYgun two years ago an na n of hall area ot fotset land In tate hu been completed The re suit of the lent years work wveriaS elerea most eastern counties of the state 1s yubllshed In the Ken tacky Handbook 1tOOl007 The see ODd report now to the hoods ot the State Board of Agtlcnlture corers fortyelght countlea largely in the mining regions ot the state this IneatlgatJon II completed Kentucky will have as excellent In ventoI of Ita lumber resources The manner In which the forestry yeteathe that the ultimate solution ot the pending timber scarcity mast for farmer depend largely on how he handles his Individual timber resources and that there is no better way than for him to consider the wood let u a bank account using the In- tereat which II constantly accru1ng M undlmlnhlhed1uch cod The second report of the Forest suggests a forest lax AmongSerI portant features Is a provision or the appointment of a State FOr6eter- t The wisdom of this is evident since only by the appointment of a State Forester can the work In co ape m Uon with the Forest Service he maln- conIthe Etate of Kentucky Is ready II assume the ot Ito tIsIn every way possible for the furtherI ownIersresourIIj spent liTr 4000 to duplicate a elm l tar amount appropriated b the tat Kentucky has always been rick In forest resources but like many other i stales has reached the point where the timber will hereafter be produced on a continually decreeing scale and It la necessary to protect and use carefully the forests which remain i In 1899 Kentucky cut i3fOOOooo hoard feet of hardwood lumber In boardIett I I same period the cut of yellow popular hu fallen oft over twentytour Iwr cent During the same time t rice1I 01 lumber at the mill have adI Opvaned uu an average of sixtyfive I per cent and the demand has In i creased accordingly TenneseeI Is law poPIlllywhere within four miles of a l school house It wns believed by those jwho framed the measure that tuts trlctlon would ho tantamount to as IlyoreI studyingng of as pursed blapa on which the sch hOlsaM were clearly Indicated have bean surveyed with the greatest care and careful measureuwuta have lJfjn ixtealornhie come the terms of proscrlptlon Now 11 la announced that one dlll Iont xhutant hws found the favored I slat W P Canter III the came of he IIII llcsplrlted gentleman who pro aIVarchcd Tennesseans This portico KIIIIllnlt which hills fair to be tho ost Popular region In the State odaltuated In Sequatchle county In tho Cumberland range The nearest school I hlJUIO Is MCMinnIvllle leas Je8lcd all the territory for a ra I dlu8of taut mhsfrom his vroposed emporium In order to yrov- ome l protilbltlnls with edUcational Ideals tgcaithig with desk ben ch tal f 4- 5PdJ beet and sot rrkhia tIaqer- ous protdsalts He pePUM b U a ettaiaae Hue W the nel hhosiig toxas liar tk COIl venlence of uetWntJ sal lie sdsaa tape Of Isis arch Wer ro doubt Wu os uaeetSol with the Coaxer oasis YI1 lx WUIAe by trolley and PDi- grimales gill begin from every corn of the State I In the meantime moaztaIn climbing is UkelT to become a fat 111 Tennessee Conger dubs will ix erbaalaeS Alpin I stake YiU be at a premium and a long PTOeeasioa of tontisia eases to eDjoy the magnificent sfex from the 111111t1I SOl Is the distance ot this liteglrlrc prl1l so retrote from the boundaries ot Kentucky as to make ce theslthcct promise ot relief in ease as Infatuated people should vote the uegrass eotatnoaxealth dry Mr Con er we surmise is on the road w aUlaence He will become a t ne blllioiWre Some day when i- TeDDeuee has repined Its sanity al grateful public will erect a monument to thin courageous citizen and In the annals ot history be will UTe u the one man who made the Tennessee des t art bloom like the machonlsrBle HealdtGreatTei Years for TheI Formats The farmers hare never seen In aU their history ten such years as the ars the Dingley bill has been upon statute books What U they have had to pay a little more for cloth fag and agricultural Implements Hue they not had the highest prices In the history of the world And what did they have under the last TarUtI refortT years They could bay If the had money to buy cheap enough God knows The trouble with them preIf to pay the cost or ptoduc 1ecough 250 cattle about the sam and horse from 10 to rO a tcaa and no buyersCedar Rapids Repub j Kentuckys Greatest Duroe Herd It la wen worth the time to Interested In the rearing ot hogs es lltclall lhrroc Jeraefs to visit the I hog breedIng establishment of Messrs I Birdwell Barnard ot icHeary Ky says the Homestead Their system of rlng for their hop le almost IdeaL j ey have them scattered over ter IIIIOthalf to woods Not more than tw sows and litters will be found In an these lots This the inetheir pigs Is the best evidence of tIn j advantages of raising pigs In tbls manner The firm Is enterprising andj i always ready to buy anything that they think will Improve their herd Thu plaIt he been followed up until at the present time they undoubtedly have the best herd of Iuroc Jerseys In theJ Blue Grass State At the head of herd Is Model Top a twoyearold boa that bids felt to cause trouble fn his claaa this year He has almost perfect back smooth and well balan eed all through He was that at the fohethe Iowa State Fair In 1907 also x- In aitthe second prle get ot sire herd at the latter show lie comes fro m thjmates Golden Model Zd winner of- tlnst at Sioux City tut year and uod otoT I ri litter mate was third at Des Moines He Is backed up by a line of breedingI that cannot help but His brecdlng la a combination of Col i onel Top lbtcher and Crimson Won I forour minds hut what he will ire a ore at ire The pigs on the farm sired by him now leave little doubt as to his Other dimoolAgain by Proud Advance The pigs number over 160 and are aired Jy their i fiordbears with three litters by Prince of Colmols one litter by HIgh tahiltnessee Colonel and lclclls Mode 1 Considering numbers We have not flitjiseason0- r to make tide one of the greatest Dart p I g0lociod he I J big end of the battle Is fought Their 1eshow herd Ji being fitted hy that vot ran titter Mr James Conk aril It we tnlstaJco not hogs tram this herd vvlll be hard competition In nearly e ey class at the fall shows We will have more to say about thlll arm la der on r T Children Cryt1Jf FOR FLETCHERS IeI 1 ALCOHOL lPER COr IsatiThet d I IL tes ReSSiIIIlbraiIIr e iItra1- NOTNAftCOTIC JlillirlffJU =S16 J61ir1tlilhcwr rIi i A ror tieBSoIIr 1 wc8R1IIIsinessaalLoSS9FSLEEP TaeSeier YORK tl od East Copy of Wtapprs GQOD WHOLESOME I FRESH EfifiS- I I j oef Health as Well as of ISustoance Itoeton Cooking School Magazine that all egg iD an egg So It Is But to ascer talc its true value take a treshlald- I egg weigh It first then weigh a cold torag or as we say a store egg and note the result The dlference weight Is an Illustration of the dlf terence In food value seouseFa we can a medical way To the white of an egg shaken In half a glass of cold water until light and foamy add the Juice ot half a lemon fill the lass with water sweeten to taste and drinak kn own ns and called albumen water There Is nothing better generally known than the white an egg for burns You simply sapa 0rwhite on the scald or burn Should Iiatheone separately with the white of egg and old linen The white of egg rms a coating on the burnt skin excludes the air and thus stop the dreadful pain The white of one egg beaten light en mixed with the Juice of half reJleeiWhite of egg Is an excellent remeri In extreme cases of bowel trouble e pedall dysentery Beat It fairly IIsht with or without a little powdered auger always using a pinch of salt and take It In one or two swallows t tends to lessen Inflammation b rming transient coatlllg to the In- tesUnes sO that Jlathei Nature may proceed on her way to health again This to food as well as medicine and even a child maybe given many dose n a day When tired a raw egg Is most e- icellent x particularly when the app tilt Is loor Have tlio egg coldbrcak the shell anQ drop gently Into n small glue tumbler When ready ta ke prick the yolk with the poll of a clean needle and swallow teaiYoufmay at first but It to easy enough alter a few at- tcmp1u Always rice a the mouth roon as the egg le In It throw t llcad backnnd It Is lll over When 1IUt zing up jellies and the tumbler 11 ao oIdcnt round Illeces ot paperln rger than the glaszeeot cQurse mo- tvilea these thoroughly with unlleat en white of egg and m pv4rfhb to Tie with strlngandwhcn dry span the pUller with a little cold watc and You have an airtight cover atl parchment It will last for years In making a fruit pie beach t WhiteiCttgtoi 7 J L t i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of c In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAIt i To prepare an egg for an Invalid put1t lei bolting water St It on the back of the range for ten minutes then open Into a hot egg cupand serve I Immediately Another way for those who prefer to drink their food as Is often the case during convalescent Is to beat an egg very light put It In a pretty cup and till the cup with beet teamutton broth or but mllkseasonlng addedIdrawn butter sauco Is a great Improvement Wireless Tower 600 Feet Hing The Government will this week call for bids for the construction of the greatest wireless station that the world has ever known to be bum around a tower of concrete that will be one of the tallest structures oil allIto send out wireless messages ton distance three times as great as that reached by the plants at present la existence The thlllg Is being brought about through the lave Dpartment hahguaranteed to deliver messages within a radius of 3000 miles Today wire less con be depended all to reach no further than 1000 miles and the eliveries are uncertain A Pittsburg firm was awarded the contract and the machinery has al ready been built Thou the Government found It necessary to build n tower in proiwrllon to the machinery 600 feet with a baec of 60 feet din m topThe is Rock Creek Park In the District of atruoKthere being but two buildings In that t city that are toiler and bit the fltlcl Tower In Paris that surpasses It and structureItington monument The expense otthe Installation wInbe abort f300OfJO The Expense intheHog Business hoghuslnella rforcrop ct grain can be sown and put Into mntk atitt Ishountil le they are supplied with nil the standa or cheapening the feedwithout doter AnreaurInproducing wbrkgllge feedIt atIof noneofh j pigs Af Poi r a 1 e h i- p n t 4 1 THE WORLDS tARfi J EST DIAMOND 4 The Sfory of the Cutting and F ria1 Disposition of the Culliman Gem For 13 years the Excelsior Illamond enjoyed Its primacy but on JllnUl r 25 1905 the greatest diamond known 40 the world was found In openwork lug No 2 of the Premier Mine In the Transvaal Colony youth Africa andi from the fiMlng to the cutting of this magnificent stoue and Its final dls posal Its history Is a most romantic one The days work at the mine waR over and Frederick Wells the eurfac manager was making his usual round Glabcimg along one sides of the deep excavation his eye suddenly caugb t the gleam of a brilliant object far u qn the bank lie lost no time In climbing up to the spot where he had noted the giant of light He had not been mlstakenJt was really abrill- Iant crystal He tried to pull It out with his fingers and as this proved Impossible he sought to pry It out wIt the blade of his penknife To his surI prlse the knife blade broke causing the stone to yield withoutI now that the crystal must be large one he dug out the earth veryI It thinking for n moment that trary to aU experience In the mine thestone might he attached to a pllceI of primitive rock When he discover ed that this was not the case he be gan to doubt that the object was real ly a diamond lIe said attreward When I took a good look at the stone stuck there In the side of the Pit It suddenly flashed across me that I had gone Insanthat the whole thing was Imaginary I know It could not be a diamond All at once anoth er solution dawned upon me Jhe boys often play jokes on one anoth er Some practlca joker thought I has planted this huge chunk of glass here for me to find It He thinks I will make a fool of myself by bring Ing It Into the office In a great state of excitement and the story will bo told far and wide In South Africa Determined to test the stono on the spot before proceeding furtherWells- rubbed off the dirt from one of Its faces with his finger and soon cln- vineed himself that It was not a lam of glass but a diamond crystal ap- llUrently of exceptional whiteness nnd purity With the nld of a larger blad of his knife lie finally succeeded 1 nso prying out the stone and bore It away with him to the office of the mine Here It was cleaned anti to the astonishment of nil was found to have a weight or 3046 carats more than thrEe times that of any other diamond that has been discovered Before many hours had passed 1I1partshad been brought to Is said to have received a reward or 10000 from tile company for his dls- rovery T M Cullman founder and Chair man of the Premier Company and ot- of the great prize winners In the lottery of the South African speculation named the diamond after himself others have called It the Premier and several different names have been proposed Looking Ones BestIIts a worenns defght to look her best but pmples skin ecupttonstoree and bolls rob me of joy I tool Bucl lens Arnica Sale cures them makes the sktn mit and veivaty It g7oidfies the taco Cures Pimples Sore EYe Cold Sores Oracktid Lips Chapped Hands Try t lufal1Zbfor Piles 25 c at an d1lUggsbs m W ttersons Tribute to Lincoln Flom as lowly as the Son of God In a hovel reared In penury squalor With no gleam of light or fair sur rounding without grace actual or acquired without name or lame or official training it was reserved for this strange being late la life to bee snatched from obscurity raised to supreme command at a supreme moment and entrusted with the destiny of a nation The great leaders of his party the most Cperlenced and accomplished public men of the day were made toatand aside were gent to th rear whilst this fantastic figure was led by unseen hands tQ the front and given the reins of power It is Imma terial whether We were for or against him wholly Immaterial That dur lag four years carrying with them such a weight of responsiblllty as 1mledtthe iYes a d ac 1 nll to say that be was inspired ot Go- dfornowhere else could he have no- Y 1 r r c f C 1 y yratt qulred the wIsdom and the virtue lihere did tih kespeare get his genifla Where did Mozart get his niuslc7 Whose Band emote the lyre ot the Scottish ploughman and staye d the life or theOermti prlestt GOd 1and God alone and as surely as these were raised up by God Inspired b God was Abraham Lincoln and a I thousand years hence no tl ama no tragedy no epic poem will be filled with greater wonder or be follow- e4t mankind itb deeper feeling than that whICh tells the story of his lIle and death Hows This We ofoer One hUIK1red dollars Ie wand for act rose of CMJanlh rxlanot 6e cured by Have Oa ICure rFJ OIiENEY CO Tot uo 0- We the uxderelgned have known F J ChClliIY for tile last 15 ytu1 nnd billeve tdm perOUy honorable In a buttcr s trlnreCJtioI5 tlod fYrrltdall- able to WrT out nny obligutarons trod oe by his firm MhSRIIqpWholo e o nJurgw1 Tpeedo o Halls Cntmlh Cure Is tnlwn Inter rout noting directly upon the bood and mucous fUrUS of the eSote4n- TOStlmoninis seat free Price 75 cents Per bottJle tiabe by nil Uruggiisi 1I1ake Hails Fatuity Pills for oonEti patron m HUMAN ANIMAL LOV ED HUMAN FLESH Cannibal King of Fiji Ate Nine Hundred Tender and Juicy Females Anthropologists whose study Is ma and his prehistoric ancestors believe that all existing races of men in a wild or savage state ht times ate one another and In modern man sel Dace sees traces la his thoughts an habits r ancient cannibalism Islanders In the time of Captain Coo the renowned explorer were the tier test manenters that modern history knows anything about Some of the South Sea Islanders and Africans ate their enemies as a- religious form In order to absorb they courage strength and lonsevfty Dut the Fljlnnsa handsome race of bunion gourmands and gourmets epicures If- you please or bout friends and Ime mien Their greatest praise or a delicacy was 1o say that It was as ton- I der as a dead man They were even fastidious as to dlllllke the taste or whltesand preferred the flesh women to men The tipper arm thB saddle liver and brain were their choicest roasts and tidbits Noble human flesh was too precious for women to eat At the Kings feast enemies were always upon his table Slaves were stallfel and systematically fattened for market Tender and juicy females were often roasted alive and eaten a once But tough old warriors were gamed and softened until high be fore cooking- King Undrendre Is said accordin to Lord Avebury to have eaten 900 himself being too greedy and nmbl- tlous to share the roasts None of this could be laid to lack of food At one feast to the god of war were seen 10000 yam potatoes r six to twelve pounds each thirty great turtles 1iiO giant oysters all big as washbowls dC and many lJU- ddlngsone twentyone feet In circumference Man meat was called quaka- hulaca which means long pigFa mily wars feufls and discords were as bad as In some respectable modern families It was against the law for brothers sisters first cousins and fathers and sonsInlaws to speak to one another or eat from the same dish Hot Weather Dont Dont try to keep yottr horse power up with meats Loaf alongunder low pressure alongside the vegetable woman t Keep your wind shield up at night Sleeping In a draft kills the engine about us regularly as anything known Never mind the speed records for a while Stop In the shade now and then make frequent repairs and ride sitting up Dont try to carry too much gaso line lust enough In the tank to keep the spark alive and saturate the partstnow dnd then with a soft drink Dont worry Nothing Is going to break You are not going to run Into anything your tires are all right PeaceSt Louis Post Dispatch CASTORIAIFor Infante and Ohildren Kind You Have Always Bought Sears the 13ignattu of f tr- t rJ VOLUMINOUS RECORD IN PARISH CAS Is Finally Sent to the Court of- y Appeals for Review r LSdtranscrlt lu the appeal of Jas Parrish to the Kentucky Court or Appeals was eressed to Frankfort say the Hancock Claron In the recor of the latest trial or Parrish In Haw esvllle when he was given a senteac of tIe years In the penitentlaryfo SutaaIngs Bank S Trust Co and Upon which he seeks a reversal by the hig h er court Special Jullge Kelly who tried tb- U case was not In Howellvl11e Ta- Y e Owensboro attorneys for the deter se Slack and Wells were here and the whole proceedings were nil If occur Ing M y 16 at which time all of these gentlemen were here pursuant to an order of Ue court allowing thi s extension of time to Ilrell8re the rec ord The official stenographer ha not yet completed the transcript an- a 1 further extension to the latter date was Parrish The grantedIasking for a further extension of 60I days This request was made to the I court of npllealll and was on th idea that the stenographer might not i be ready when the limit of time wall reached which would have been011 June 8 This extension was grant d but was subsequently found to h unnecessary since the record arr ed In Frankfort before that date The appeal record III this case i- an s Immense thlngand Is hound In t1to three volumes It Is by far the largest that ever went before the I1p pellate court from Hancock count f and consists of ib3 pages For each page the stenoghapher received lIi addper Y makingk a are to be borne by Hancock county Thu e Is so because of the fact that M- YParrish trade an affidavit that he was a pauper papersrs adjourns the middle or June for Its summer vacation that court fin s session until Saturday July ord In the meantime Mr Parrish docs ut appear to ho greatly luconven fenced while behind prison hags and IIs getting from the experience a cer taro degree of satisfaction He con visitorhs i One of the visitors during the past week was Mr C P Polk u member of the jury which convicted parI risk and who resides at Sklllman Mr Polk and Mr Parrish had long known each other and were friends In tact they are friends now If Wl conveyton The trial was touched upon among other things but there was no IIII pargRich Mens Gifts are Poor I beddo this I want to go on teoord us ftlirgt nt I fetid Eletf79o Btt- ters as one of the grxtcL gets that GOd ins made to fourth wtdes lr8I O Rhttevault of Vestal Center N Y ul cwn never forgot what It hen done for me This gorous mOOlcin give a won11al buot1JJt sphtts vigor IItIIluoo IIuptho fOc at aU drugg1tts mIIV A Weed Not a Flower I Frank a IIrledInternational marriage sllouhl be a I hanging offense If lye had ills way IIthesetied men who cross the ocean to carry oft the very flower of our woman hood Of course Frank Is right In think Ing well of his own daughter who was carried oft and In his contempt of the foreign Us whose only possessions are a threadbare title and a blanket mortgage on their ancostral halls but he Is way off his base classing I ps the very flower of our womanhood the silly American girl who marries I the refuse of foreign nohltlly for the sake of a title There is no creature on earth quite so useless quite so much a weed In stead of a tower as the average i olrerl1mlllesI1She i no labors save those of keejdng In the van as to dress ind jewels To I awash around in society and finally land a title to gtr wilhoher diamonds i j I and satins comprises her lIfo ambi tion generalEthe foreign specimen or evaporated manhood whom she finally purchases and leads to the alter The transplanting of many of our millionaire flowers of womanhood would be a positive blessing to America In every way were It not takeIeven throughsdlone affairs excepe girlsvare a credit to this country and that husbands country But they are the exceptions which prove the rule that esave as to the todld dollars this country loses nothing by the marriage of our mlllJonalresses to the titled paupers from abroad Certain It Is that the lower of our womanhood misses nothing The lower of our womanhood Is the conscientious loving laboring rhlldralslng mother and house wife 1and tile girl whose aim Is to be such Alone In Saw MII at Midnight unmindful or dumirness drnlts storms or ooh W J Atkrrs worked as lgh- 1Vatthman It DnnuePo Springs Penn Sulu exoute gave Mm a severe co- tnxa settled on his lungs At loot b etd to give up work He tried many rlnualies but all IIIJkl tin JueuEed Dr Kings Ness Discovery After usir etc trottve he wI1tt9 I want tack to work as wen rus over SOvtttl Cott nndetrVget quick an- promtt taro from thIs glorious meiil cine liOc mId 100 Thda2 bottlloe fht guaaaatteed druggsxs tit ALFALFA WHEAT WILL CAUSE REVOLUTION Experiments Proving Successful And Quality of Bread Result ing Most Palatable A remarkable start comes front Omaha that threatens tu nuuke till wheat market stand on Its kind legfl with excitement If It is ever confirm cl It II said that Iellhton lnl1 versltly experiments have recently I jau toads with alfalfa as a RuhRt tutu for the kinds or gralll lu the making or bread The experhnenls lIe reported as proving 1111 ht nth successful anti the quality of Bread resulting nlogt palatable and nutrl tlous The alfalfa Is especially select etl for Its quality and nfter the leaves anti portions of the stems have been I hround In a mill It is bolted From this process comes n meal almost nsI tine all flour and of a rich brown I 1110Irem It Is finally brought to u creamy I tint which In the loaf that is baked i presents a mOISt plraflhng and app utzing appearance Varieties of eatables including gems pancakes i other fnmlllar composition of yyblt e I flour have been made from the new lIIeal with gratifying result to theI student discoverers When It Is eenlfrealizelllIwill now find themselves faced with I rival and substitute that may ren all their efforts abortive lUther as a most valuable crop for cat as a most valuable crop ire eat tie food If the Creighton lnlver sift Alfalfa Club makes good on Its alleged discovery It will have marked new epoch and added to the worlds supply u practically luexbaustl source upon which to draw AnAcquired Character The subject or this sketch was born ioterty and the sunn South Even a lad he had masterful was about him and displayed a spirit of sturdy Independence One day when he was about S years old he was guilty of disobedience to parental authority and received a sound spankllS Then he took his elementary spell Ing book and first reader and hurried off to school Benny said the teacher ohslr vlng thathe was standing up near th door sit down- I I wont I sullenly exclaimed the boyYou wont said the teacher In surprise by noU Cause I cant roared Bonny An he didnt That boy now a man of llature ypars1VIS known to tame as Hon Benjaniinfl Tlllmnn Senator from SOuthCarohina and even the Vic I President rt the Unltcd States cant nakhrpzitdownChzicago Trlhnne A 1c 4VV S VTtV fi 29 YEARS If Of Honest Business is Back of MN SONSISOLD DY us 6EO MIStHEL Op rCi 1PROPRIETORBt 9 Owensboro Monumental Works e 41244 E MsIn St Yards 214216218 Clay flj- e3 OWENSBORO KENTUCKY Got Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You 94t++ WFFFtMdF FMFtTHE KENTUCKY+ ++ I It4 + COSTd i I + ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN ti HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i+ BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t IBE + WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN J+ 01 iREACH i I E G BARRASS Manager t+ u+ II lot +++4 + + + + t ++++ +H 11 Jot + + ++ WATED4 RIDER AGENT EACHTONp and dtstrict ethildt to a sample Latet Model rani er bicycle lumished by UL Ouranenuevuyxhcreare = money List HreJoru zrtinar + undwle rneo+ ra shiptoallow iLN US lIttJ TUttii dunnlhich time yu may ride the bicyde and IIkeepri fa the highest cndc biryties it is possible to make totoOntre behind your bcycIe VO 2ioT liLly a bicycle or a pair of tires from ayoe torypriull YOU WILL BE ASTONISHEu studyyou receive superb our model att at if thecatalogue and monetthanS nlcrcLF uE a ktI luu tan se our u uuu yome p ate atJr mmdouble our prices Orders filled the day received 1 I SIWNll JINV UJCCLtS do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but usually Nye a number on Nod taken In trade by our Chicago retail stores These we clear otft promptly at prices rangtn from SJ to SK or 810 Descriptive hats prurrCOASTERBRA pedals parts repairs and 0o NEOGETNOR PUNCTUREPROOF 0 S8 PAIRSELIHEALING no Tarnuthr rein byfep a Ibis fly is iitSt1YDaJ2 areaaIA and puncture etrlpe u IIuponceortwlcelnawholeotherbyeevernllayersothin nwuwtreadthe rider of only 480 per pair All orders aldppedsame letter is received We ship C O n ott approval You do not pay Q cent until you have examined and found them trIctIy as represented youBendseodlo us on order as the tires may bereturned at OUlt expense If for any reason they are nOluttsrncloryon eXIIlDloUlon We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as as In aback If you a paIr of these tires you End that they Will ride easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be so welt pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence thIs remarkable tire olTer ofIFwhichdescriteabicycleDOoffers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything write It NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and COurierJournal i60 rilE RJPTBlICAN and St Louis Glob Democrut 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and HornEt and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and rlwicea V eek OWPl1sboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ttElUBLlCAN and wally vwenSDoro Inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaYe Oboro Messenger 1711- IIIE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 TIIE REIUBLTCAa and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 TIlE RbPUj1LIC1N and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Addressall orders to ThE REPU BLIC ANt t L 4t I rrr r I 4 S9 I y Hartford Republican JDtrcJ setordlos to Jaw at the Poetot- aHIIrttordtj aemau matter of the eecou- e1 G jN BARNETT EDITOR TZygpg0273E- 8axula vmb lan 40 tl7s az FRIDAY JUNE 18 The hot weather seems to have b appreciable effect on the special 4on of Congress We see nospeclat reason for a campaign In favor of the constltu tlonal amendment for good roads E- veryby Is for It Why should our government act as policeman for Venezuela J the Pres Jdent of that unhappy republic has no- fSUmclent public sentiment behind lift to retain the reins of government Jet him be dethroned It they want Cas tro he Is the man for them to have It Seems to us that uncle Sam Is engaged In very small business when he undertakes to welld the big stick In- An effort to dictate the Prestdenc- of y the South American republic In the exchange whichIs being jade for United States Senators upon the only Question which divide the two great political parties th Republicans have all the better o the trade In return for Lafollette Cummings Beverldge and Doliver we set the senators from Texas Louis aria Mississippi South Carolina an Florida The south Is surely tomlng around for protection She could uev er have seen the force of the argu e p favor of this policy ha not the Republican party leaders atM tempted to lower the tariff on southern producing articles It somettme takes a long time for people to gen their eyes open and Indeed it requires that personal Interest be touched In order to bring about an I awakening This special session of congress has been an eyeopener to the wouthern people and Is destined to change the political lineup fo years to come I anothercolumn we pUblish fromj an Evansville paper a news item concerning the movement on the part ofi the L N Railroad to bridge 11seemsed In our last Issue e 14theline railroad extending to 51 Louts The building of the Panama already being felt In all of the southI era States Jt no doubt brought the building of this line or railroad which Is destined to open up the richest coal fields In Western Ken tacky and will also be the means of developing some of the finest agricultural lands which have hitherto beee z unproductive because of the dltunce from railroad facilities with wblch to reach the markets of the world The South Is just beginning to fee the Quick Impulse of commerce and Is Ilros1perH East sections were twenty years agoJ and needs a protective tariff for ai- of her products Years ago when Sara tie J Randall In many respects th greatest Democrats the north eve producted stood out for protection at least to his own IndustrleR he was a very much abused man and the Southern Democrats were his mo bitter critics Today although Samuel J Randall has long since passed over the river and joined the people of another world his position at that time has been approved hy the ac- Uon of the Democrats In Congre from every Southern State during the present special session ionThe of the Hartford Commercial Club Is a move to t right direction and one which we hay been urging for several years The very best selections have been mad for officers from among our busine men and there Is no doubt but what this organization It properly backed try the citizens will do much toward making Hartford the best town In the Green River country The CHy Council should act In conjunction n with the Commercial Club for every movement looking to the betterment of the town In every particular The Council has been able recently to make a splendid arrangement with the Railroad Company whereby 80000 or 100000 worth of grading on streets approaching the depot site has been teaved to the town The railroad company using the dirt for fills to be made at the foot of these streets which when completed will be the most JdeaJ depot grounds to be found any whore We suggest to the Commercial Club that It take up with the railroad company the character of depot which proposed for Hartford with a viewYof obtalnln a building which will be a I pride to the town Hartford deserves a class depot It is the count heat and will be tire shIppIng point t to and file passenger station for a large sectto4 of country The town might beflitting to subscribe a liberal amount la order to Induce the RalJi road company to put up a much be1 terbutldiag than a town or the size of Hartford might ordinarily expect At least It Is worth trying It a ten thousand dollar could be ascot adverItlsementpossibly obtain Let the town through Its Commercial Club take the railroad company Into Its contldeac- o about this matter as well as upon all questions which may effect the later est ot both and we are sure Crom present indications that It HarUord wllJ show the proper spirit and friend ship to the new railroad she wit I be repaid many times over by assistance from the company In many of our projects for the upboliding of itcityshtAUeous June 16air and Mns Arv111 Den nett of Jackson Miss are the guest Mr and Dirs J C BennetLIIat Owensboro and daughter Mrs BIrdie Nichols at South Carrollton Mrs Alfred Pierce who has been visiting her mother Dirs bfatild- athewsM who Is quite sick was call ed home by telephone on account of the death of her step daughter Piercef two years old sot of Mr and Alts Alvin Ashby died a the home of his grandmother Mrs nighdwere taken to West ProvIdence chore and burled the following day fudj I Iorton at Livermore Sundar Mrs Mabel Randolph daughter and j sister Beatrice Iaddox Rockport Ky MtPMaddox and fancily and other relI olives and friends here lawasstruck the residence tearing Its wa through the roof and through the greatrextent and killing a hen under th floor Fortunately Mrs Drakes at tenttoa was attracted by seeing hen and little chicks out In the rain which caused her to leave the room before the lightning struck bfr Chester Ross has gone to Owen- born to consult a specialist on uc parlutlleparailzedlaKittinger and Irs Robert Hunts who were quite sick the past week were able to attend Sunday school Sunday afternoon John Alden little son of Mr andI Dire Berry BIshop Is Quite sick Aire Rucker and three children andI Ir Bailey of Georgia slater and brother of Alta Porter Smallhousare i the guests of Airs Porter Ky smallbousl AETNAVILLEi In this community Alts Arthur Basehart and daughters Mae and Ruth of lcHenry were I the guests of Mr Andrew Duncan and Sunday 13fessre E n Morgan and W Haynes attended the Masonic Ban lirIaynes went to Fordsvllle today Air and Mrs J H Loyd visited Mr Miner lyons and family Sunday stAlr and Airs Tanner of Magan who have been the guests of their dauglt t ter Mrs E II Morgan returned hona MondayIssThe Aetnav111o baseball team play ed Masonvllle at Pleasant Ridge Saturday The scores were three to In favor of Aetnavllle oneI hMr Root Haynes and lIsses Haynes and Lois Harrison went Sugar Grove Sunday toI echoeMessrs Loney Marlow and Jame Willis of Haynesvllle were at th place Sunday PALO Farmers are about done plant ng tobacco The Ice cream supper at Mr and Dooleys last Saturday flight wa Qute n success The Palo Sand Cur nlahod the music and a largo was present crowdI Mr J T Derry of Palo bUSIjlnessoa S IIMrthe guests of Air Owen Duke and f IMessrsBerry Edna Hoover and Eva HInes went to Sulphur Springs last u nd evening lOur prayer tussling Is ynicely at Marvins Ch yrogresall SUfcess to the RepU JJn t M WOMANS CLUB l I WELCOMES RRp Special Program Renderd I in Honor of Its Coming Scholarly Address by Mrs J SI Glenn Pictures a Brillianti Future for t The Womaus Club or T4arttor which Is made up of some of themo I talented women of this section of Kentucky has long been noted to- s i Intellectual treats to the teal hers and vtetiors from time to tlmeIwhen they gather for their I gaysa entering I of the bL H fi Eo Railroad into our promgram paper thl occasion was read by lIrsJ S Glenn as a welcome address and dedicate to the new rallroad It was respond AIras of real j dent engineer who has built the line ojIeon the advantages and disadvantages i vattrequested publication o followstof thoughts sweep oer me that fills my eyes with tears This has been to me a week of sweet r- jiDiscences and ford recollections Your committees reQuest opened sums y an11deredenergy have made Hartford loved and honored at house and abroad MenI whose love and loyalty never for upbulldlingand made possible this our tday Such bold and enterprising apt r Its as Harrison Taylor H D lcHen HubbardeW P i anad to us much of the preatlg- ae e enjoy today both commercial and ofIj theat augers much for our future 11IndustrlaJ ourIthe great Impetus of this onward march will be lost In the taco lor distinction and renown But Hart ford true to the spirit of her malt ers with a century of Intellectual restige resting as a halo about ber brow faced the Inevitable She must the treat of this great wave or be lost In the dimIindustrial a glorious past The names her illustrious doctors statesmeQ lot s and educators could but brlng blush of shame IC she has toted for hesitancy meant metres t But with that spirit of entr1lrlse that has always characterized her citizen spitHIt II home one of the most progresaly ttle rifles lu our State And upon t great wave of material advan e meat railroads are touching every section of our country and Hartford after a half century of disappointment thosei theIfalingc 11 blessed Our visions are the visions of the enthusiast May we be stile to Hem per our enthuslsm with the wis dom of the seer and may the dueter of our dear old Hartford grow brlght er and brighter as the years peas by induetrlisal assets of have and will accrue from the coin Ing of the M H and E R R With cltybyhword Is Progress came handsome m enbe and bedutltuJ women The young strangers with the freedom ofo urof pipingIome have fOllowed leaVlng1all things for these strangers Y antacdontransplantedhereIWomens Club came the sweetest and tenderest influence that seems vat sJble In the guise of a dainty brow n eyed matron whosJ very presence et IIyevatee and delights so without er fort or ostentation has she slot en Intoour live arid hearts fnh her ife her cheery manners her opt m tsroher love for us wlM 1 an leavk i R impress oaable c11IhUJatwiH Inna sure as longas tke club allele In the name of the citizens or county and ot Hartford welco the 3L H and B May thedevetop maul and wealth ooOurcouutry be theIprosperity and ptogrgss Is realize t In this road I pay may theM Hand theIIt has glen for so hor a tfme the sweet presence and the stlmu toting Influence of Jfrs Feagan I say welcome thrice welcome asBas your great drlewheeJ of progress herjthem a place on the map tint d- st not let her forget Hartford or the Womens Club Welcome Velcom- r Welcome ISELECT this comma n Ity are behind with their work o account or so much rain ftoIat Render last Sunday ftyindjMessrs Delmer Stewart and J Arbuckle of this place visited refa fives at Central City Saturday and jMr T C Honey tell here Sunday for Wheeling w Va where he will be employed In the government sex brigfhtal Mrs R R McKinley Is Quite sick at this writing NeMr Clarence Isown who has been quite sick for sometime le lmpro v fug slowly Airs 0 N Stewart Is visiting her Lather Mr Hiram Babbitt of near DundeeIMr J W Martin made a tlylng- trill to Rosine one day last week Glistrapclod s Knexperienced teacher Mrs L E Crabbe was the guest of H Keown and family Sunday Master Ray OBannon of Hartford weekIMrs J W the it near here a few days ago Alr George Arbuckle and wife of Beaver Dam visited Mrs Alice Ar buckle last Sunday The farmers of this community are preparing to build an Equity ten e piine line from this place FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT June 1bT C Honey left for Wheeling W Va where he willi be engineer for a Government boat J S Arbuckle and Delmer Stewart was In Central City a few days last week Harry OBnnnon and wife of Hartford visited relatives here a few days last week Clarence Crabb was In town Sunday with his camera taking pictures Geo Arbuckle and wife of Beaver Dam visited here Sunday Oscar Stewart and wife attended the burying of lira Stewarts sister Miss i Clara Babbitt who was killed a storm at her home near Fordsvill- ednesdayW evening I Mrs R P McKinley Is quite sick at this writing Farmers are very tar behind with their work owing to so much rain The largest rain that has fallen years fell here Saturday J J Stewart our Merchlmt was In Centertown last week on business Prof J Alex Rhoads will mov IIwillVolntment at Sugar Grove Sunday I MGood Entertainment Coming The Scenes hi the Union Depot- a Musical Comedy will he given by the Lady Maccabees nut Tuesday hOUfe11Ih roru woman of the d pct Will be on hmt Uncle Josh and Aunt Sara will take the kEers and Carrie Nation w there A bevy or popular g1r have been selected to give a serfes beautiful drlllll Como and enjoy n good laugh The first train called In tug New Union Depot at the Court House on Tuesday night June 22 Dont mi the fun y Card of Thanks We wish to thank our many frloods and relatives for their kindness to us during the sckntlss and death of our dent daughter Tina whom the Lord took from us the 17th of May J909- We especially want to extend e heante It thanks to our ourlwere so good to leave their homes to came to and be JlIre j EDUCATIONAL NOTES OF MARme U Joatdof Education held SesslDn 1 atCoitrt obse Monday al1 MemberstFnends LmMr Sherman TaJJrot Rob Roy returned from the State Normal st inowlingteach at Ricketts School the com- Ing session W C Ashley chairman of educa- tlona division No 1wlll contra ct iteA C Baughn chairman educational division No 3 will Jet the co n tract fcr the construction or t echo of house at Dundee Monday July 8th- n J L Drown chairman educttlonaJ division No6 will let the contract or the construction of a school house at Broadway Dines on Friday Jun 25th Misses Maud Shultz and Bessie lien trove and Mr Joe Loyal Narrows Ky have all returned from a six months stay in the West Kentucky Normal school at Bowling Green Ky On Saturday June 2th Education aJ Division Boards will select teachers for the various subdistricts at the following places Vlz Education division No1 Westerfield BellsI Run Educational division No 2 Fords villa Educational division No3 Sul puns springs Educational division o 4 Renlrow South Sulphur Springs educational division No5 Green Brier Educational Division No 6 Centertown AU of these meetings will be call ed to order at 9 oclock am As th Itmadepresent Miss Ruth Hatnmona of Horton y le visiting friends InEL Louis will return to leach again this tall The Superintendent and Board of Examiners will be at Fordsvllle to examIInatlonteachers In that part of the coo n ty bellIfurnlsneds i Ion No2 Magan subdlstrlct Nc- G educational division So 5 Mlnes subdistrict No 14 educ 1aylorI division No5 AfcNenry sub dlstrl ct No 1G educational division No5Williams subdistrict No A Hay tIfThe division boards are required to elect both the principal and the assistant In the above named schools certlnllcatety Board of Education The division board will also Indicate the dlvlslo n100 itasslstore to comply with these requirements oC the law will relKlt In the hoJdlng mayIe has corn plated a course In the Southern Nor mat School and will teach the fall IIieducationaJ chatinr 4 was present at the meeting or the board for thQ first time Monday Supt T J Costa has been assigned to Ohio County by state Sup t J tobeginninghe urrwlfe other dates and plncea will be pub Rsbed later At the metelng of the County Doard of Eduootlon June 14 following business was theI S T Williams was allowed 112b0 r fnrnllhlrig a stove to Hickory Dls tricL A committee composed of F D Ilaugha and Supt Q lY ese was au= thorlzed to Investigate the proposl lion submitted by the citizens ot Concord school district for the both1 andd judgment they deem best A claim piswrlUngthe p The sale or the old house and lot In Ricketts school district was cot fIrmed and a deed madoto the put eschaser the consideration being 3650 lI hoplbledone a it by the SiJperlntendent through the of chairman of the educational dlvls tons of the subdlstrlcts coinmfsslonersIof the appolntment to the ech oatj lection ftlcers j JABeltamywas directed not to let a antract for the butldingof a house n subdl Ict Zra U Tones ducational division I1o 2 the boar deeming the ands InsUf1l ent to Jns at I l- efit Ic Jr Uty the eonetructlon pt this house- The house In 4ulT lietrict ID 17 RobRoy educational dfvfelott No- WS located on the land ot Henry Leach near the Intersection of the Bear Darn and CtomweI toads i RrP Liken WiJl dfrected to = take up and complete thee work left by the former chairman J W4 Taylor in ed ucationaJ division No 4 Richard 1lutpmer yvtzs aythbttedtoc- ontract for a wen In subdMrlct No 2 educational dlvlllon N05 W C gshley wass authorized to contract for the repair or thewell Alexandra subdlstrlct No l ed division No1 The Board then adjourned to meet July 26th 1999 The action or the school bcilrd at s last meetings will reduce the cost of holding elections to a minimum The distribution of the ballot Oies through the i1 and through them to the subdistrict trustees In- whtcb elections are to be held the mailing out of the ballots to these subdlstrlct trustees by the coon ty clerk and the mailing r tHe Wall- e ces to the election officers by the County Election Commissioners will cost only a trifle and will result In a very great saving to the county The Ohio County Medical Society has arranged to haven noted lecturer Dr Simpson of Louisville In Hartford on the 5th of July He will lecture at the court hall The Medlcal Society Is doing this for the benefit of the general politic In or der to ptpPerly disseminate the vat cable Information which this lecture will contdln they are very anxious that every school teacher In the coun ty shall be present The lecture Is free The general public also Is Invited This le a very commendable undertaking and the teachers should thiefeeC presence p Trustees Sale rn the District Court of the United States for the western district ot Keu tuckOwensboro division In the matter of Jasper S Reynolds bankrupt As trustee of the above estate I JulyI1909Fordsvllle Ohio County Ky sell at public unction to the highest and describedI1 A house and lot In ordsvlJle County Kentucky consisting at- a house and one acre of ground hound on the North by Ed Strother on Icd East by Hartford Street on the South by J W Cheek on the West by the Brown property 2 A house and lot In FordsvlJle Ohio County Ky bounded as follows Deglning at a stone J R Walkers N E corner thence running In a South Une110Sthence In n Northeasternly direction feet to n stone o Sycamore Street 117 feet to the beginning 3 One house and lot In FordsvlJle Ohio county Kentucky situated on the East side of Walnut Street and bounded as follows Beginning at n stone In the center of said street and corner to Morris Wilson thence with sold street S 63 W 98 feet to a stone nner to John Wddlng thence N E 173 feet to a stone thence N li3 E 134 feet to a stone In Morris Wilsons line 35 feet West ot his cor net thence with his line N 52 W 17l to the beginning containing onehaU acre and being the same conveyed 19 S Reynolds by T W Brown and Feb 27th 1905 as shown by deed of record In Ohio county Clerks office is Deed Book No 16 at page lb Also a number of Judgments notes and accounts belonging to said estate he first mentioned house and lot will be sold =100000 cash and the balance In six months the other two tote will be sold on a credit of six months The purchasers will be re Rulred to execute bond with good se entity for all deterred paymentsbear trig Interest from date or sale with alien retained upon the property as additional security but all purchasers will be gives the privilege or paying cash If they so desire or they may ay the bonds before maturity by Interest upon same to date of aymentC I ountsJwillAll of sold property will be sold tree of 1 icumberaneea and the lIens any on said property will be trans tatted to the proceeds of the sale All antes wlUbe subject to the approval the court YANCEY L M03FLEYTrustee GB LIKENS Attorney 47t4 Notice of Application for Pardon iDert kaggs who was convicted of ConrtcInl 1898 of said court will ask the Coy 11vhbobjectdwrltngtheir otiJeetltiao 11- f J 0 iJ 1 r AS 1 j I Fairs Summer Suits e Jfhii ready It has been our 1e iJr w 4rHydungmeri of our county Still j Vwe are in line to dress mo- reIUur Midsummer Suits I r t i Are Garments of Elegance inIr vtbftvfl Workmanshiptr r orie compare with the Famous Jti 1 rF1i STERLING BENCHTAILORED r lpTHING Buy the above t brand once and you will have jIYj no other fi J J 5 0 Hat Specials WELL DRESSES W J MENTHE fof 1 L i vC 0II 4 r f Hartford Republican f FRIDAY JUNE 18 Illnols Central RallroadTlme Table At Beaver Dam Ky North Riiniiit No 11 Hi Uimiirt p1 NotiduelKaVU Nol21dn ll ani r NoirMn 12Opm 1otaidoP218piii- NoIO2dnel8pln No till diK844 m The New RailroadWill business for Hartfordfor groceries I l gcneral1rdrug stores We think we Will come in for our share of it People have found I where to buy good pure drugs cheap where to get their prescriptions filled promptly and in first clas S style and they are cumin to us Our trade is increasing 11t I all the time and we Y- think there is a reason for tf it People buy where they f want to buy and where get satisfaction theyI t need ofnpythingin the y store line join the crowd and come to us j Hartford Drug Company IncorporatedI rIce Cream so good at City Restau fr T antr Get your Meals and Lunches at Wty Restaurant If you want Flour eee U BCarson1I 38tfVp For epectel bargains In Sewing KB chlnce call on Ors Williams City Restauraat feeds tine people as usual Once a customer always a cus tamer Mlsa Marie Austin Beaver Pamwas itthe guest ofjier sister Mrs Z Wayne city Tuesday 4 + Central City whoMr7 0 King of r iwiul ifi Hartford Wednesday to vls1a tJ hjs f8terlM s anoy Kingtp Id ti- y a VA pleasantcaU while here S l i 1 sll or i 5 J 1 1 For a real uptodate Hat buy the LYNX All styles and shade Elegant line of Straw Hats ft Young and Old GET OU PRICES Summer ITli minium nun The kind that keep you cool We are Headquarters for Mens Furnishings Give us a call Prices will suit you Souvenir Tumbler free Ask Dar nard Sf Co Miss Ada Chancellor of Auburn Ky is the guest of her sister Mrs C M Crowe city Dr Oscar Flener sift Dr R W King and family are spending a few days near Cromwell fishing Mr and Mrs Paul Woodward of Dallas Texas are the guests of relatives in and near Hartford s Mrs J C Jones and Samuel Jones returned Monday from a few days visit to relatives near Rochester Mrs Julia Purcell and little son Cadiz arrived in Hartford yesterday to pay a visit to her father Mr E P Thomas The Methodist Ladles New Church I whlcrieverybody Is taunted Do not forget the Ice cream supper at court hall this evening The ladies of the Methodist church expectI you to come and bring your friends IEsqs WPMiller Horse BranchI Magan and J giParadlse called to see us while at tending the special term of Fiscal Court Monday MOwensborolors parents Mr anti Mrs W D Ren I Prof Taylor left for Ider the first of the week where bebars attend the Summer Normal The scenes in the Union DepotschooI en by the Lady Maccabees to be very entertaining A series beautiful drills have been arrang Every character that goes to make a big union depot will be on hand wornIIanTuesday June 22nd I Mr and Mrs J S Carter White- inev who have been visiting thel daughter Mrs Claude C Morrison for several days left for Centertown Tuesday to visit their daughter 1Ir- sDJ I McKenney From there theyr Will go to McHenry to visit MrsI Carters sister Mrs Nan Stewart be tutu going home j I Mr McDowell Fogle who recently returned from Georgetown College has received his diploma as Master of Arts from that noted schood He also received a diploma designating him a Bachelor of Science These trophies represent arduous labor upon the port of Mr Fogle of which he may be justly proud o r I C I I lief c o Get a eet of Tumblers free Read Darn rd Cos ad on eighth page Mrs Lydia Cohncr who has been quite HI for the past several weeks is but little It any better Judge WB Taylor and family will leave Sunday for a fw days visit to relatives and friends near Rochester Miss Gala Cecil has returned from Memphis Tenu where she has betaking a Bourse in the business cc lege Prot P C Miner of Brnux Bridge 14 is the guest of his father Judge relLivesa Mr E W Cooper of Spring H1J1 Tend arrived the latter part of last week to join his wife in a visit to her parents Col and Mrs C M Dar nettProf J W Craigwas theguest of his sister Mrs Maggie Griffin Saturday and Sunday He returned to Bow ling Green Monday where he is engaged in teaching v Miss Edna Hudson Is tilling the duties of Deputy Circuit Clerk in the office of E G Barrass during the absence of Miss Stella Woerner w hono has been quite ill of flux Mrs Manda Cortz of luka Kansas is at the bedside of her mother Mrs Nancy King who Is quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs Emma Hudson on Clay street Leave your Laundry at my Grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery tf Cleve Her ldrA D Busklll and son Master RMr who have been visiting relatives In Hartford and Livermore f the past few days returned to the home in Houston Texas Monday There will be the regular services at the Methodist Church next Sunday Preaching ct 11 a m and 8 p m The sacrament of the Lords supper will be administered at the morning hour after a sermon by the pastor on communion Leave your laundry nt Lyon1 groI eery for the Richmond Steam LaunI dry Richmond Ind The 1nudrytnmI always gives satisfaction Prompt deI livery Satisfaction guaranteed A E PATE Bad ANASTA PAT1N 4Gtf Agents The Kentucky Light Power Company has been awarded the contract for supplying water for the trait on the 11 H E railroad and putting down a five Inch main fromer the pumping station on Rough iY to the large tank in the jail yar When the pipe line is completed and the new pump is installed It tvl be able to fill thulr 35000 gallon tank in two hours Word has been received that Mr Frank Foreman mention of whose np- pointment to the United States Naval Academy has been made in these columns from time to time has passed the physiclal examination which Is th final test preparatory to entering that institution and that he Is now a full fledged cadet in same Youn Foreman Is an especially brilliant young man and will maintain the record for Ohio county whose sot la I all make good We had the pleasure of examining to briefly the Thesis submitted by Mr McDowell A Fogle to the faculty ofinGeorgetown College prior to hlspra subjectendum Mr Fogle handles the subjec ia afiable slid scholarly manner discussing same from Its origin to tilt present day application It Is a exhaustive discourse on the subject an worth the while of anyone to read and study it Fordsvllle Lodge NoT GOO F A M gave a delightful banquet last thne to aster degree on six fellow The work was put on In a manner after which the mem of the lodge and Invited guestsrl banquettheISerot programd J Har mjbanquet enjoyable and their ex pectations were tally realized The track laying on the M H HalIrf n River and will reach Green river next nccldeint boarding cars were removed to Centertown from Hartford Monday and Hartford became on ly a way side station The pay car came down from Louisville Wednesday and there was great rejoicing among the men who have been labor- Ing in the construction gang Many of them were so elated over receiving considerably amount Of money to spend that they forgot to to work the following day andthe Company may be inconvenienced for a few days until thelrplaces can bei filled a iNtir r t1V I Miss Mary Woerner is recover fluxl Mabel thisI at office Tuesday W H Moore i oa will pay high est market prloemshfor Ulnfe ng and Yellow Root To be tundried PotspMt 4G12 I Valuable Communications from N- en rows Victory and Clear Run had to 11be omitted from this Issue for lack of Beautiful Tumbler with any Initt engraved thereon free to each a flCoeMrs Sam P Render and son Ain s ter Norman Render of Norman Oklahoma are the guests of Mrs Ren ders parents Mr and Mrs T J Smith and other relatives in A banking HartfordI Messrs J W and R H Jones of Mountain Park Oklahoma sons of A Ir and Mrs J C Jones city was des troyed by fire last Friday morning It is thought that the loss is fully covered by Insurance and that these enterprising young men will suffer great loss by reason of the the Messrs RowanHolbrook E Cooper and Mike Craban went to WIfield Monday to arrange for a rock crusher which belongs Hartford Stone and Construction pany and which was operated COIlfRough river a few miles above last fall The new location near Gurfleld on a tract of land belonging to the company and which offers a splendid grade of llmesto In abundance with no soil to remove before quarrying The stone for Hart ford streets will be crushed at th dellverlitSeptember The point at which the crusher will be located Is 4S miles from Hartford and a permanent rock crushing plant will be established prepared to furnish stone screenings and building stone The rock in th quarry has been used for building purposes In Brcckenrldge county for great many years and Is sultabloI for concrete work ballast etc J Crahan an experienced contractor and stone workman who is a mem ber of the Company will be in chargeI of the plant Labor Day Celebration Organized labor will celebrate at McHenry July Cth with un nil day piaisn h attractions which usually go with prda k eraV 11Organized laborT L Lewis Corporation R C Scalf Farmers organizations L Stev ensPersons desiring privileges for stand should call on Robert Pollock Mclien ry K Amply Rewarded for Her Efforts Hartford Republican Hartford Ky Kind Editors Through your valua tgar the gold watch I received lurot piano contest It Is a beauty 11hl was defeated In the contest f the piano 1 feel amply rewarded for my efforts In conclusion I desire thank those who aided me In the contest and hope that some time the future I may be able to help those who helped me Wishing success to the Republican I am- MABEL ASHLEY Soldiers Reunion The annual reunion of the Cre wldy on urday July 3rd 1909 This assocl lion is composed of all old soldiers The old Confederate soldiers are cor drolly Invited and earnestly requestedII be present All exsoldiers whether Federal Confederate or SpanlshAmer lean and they together with their wives and the widows of soldlerswlll their dinner free of charge al Which will consist of the best the neighborhood affords foAssemblyCallPrayer by Chaplin Truman Welcome Address By W R Chap ResponseTrumanBiAddressOtto Martin SubjectBra very and Patriotism of the American Soldier DINNER Address Lavant Dodge State Commander of Business Meeting I AddressJudge James of Morgan town Ky had AddressCapt N T toward of Morgantown Ky Farewell Address Z R Baylor of Cromwell Ky Come comrades and let us shake hands one more time before we an ewer the last roll callon earth R A ANDERSON Pres HENRY SHAVER V Pres LARKIN WILLIAMS djt VJNO KING Q Vaster GreenRlver Ass of Old Soldiers 4I ti tll roI 1 f7f J T ngDelightful Entertainment- Mrs Hubert Coffman and class of I music students gave a most delight ful entertainment at West Point B tlst church last Saturday evening The program which was tastefully ar ranged and admirably rendered coq 111slsted of music instrumental and vo caldeclamatlons and recitations The andIyoung ladles hoe been trained only a short while by Mrs Coffman but each acquitted herself in a most enviable way Mrs Coffman is a musician of theIyuently and has a voice of rare cu lture and sweetness Members of the local class of vo callsts ably assisted In rendering the splendid program The program ren dered is as follows InvocationRev L W TIchencr Organ Solo Hilarity MarchIda Coffman Recitation Welcome Orpha Quartette Where the Sweet Kentucky FlowsMiss Render Mrs Cof man Messrs Everly and Brown Recitation An Old Maids Prayer Annie Everly Organ Solo Paralsula Valse Louisa Coffman Duet Echoes of my Rocky 1Vocal IiolneEva Drown Orpha Organ Solo Song of the lloutta ookAmts Everly Recitation Mud Plea Louisa Coff man Vocal Duct Wild Ash Deer Mrs Coffman Miss Everly Waltz11nbyn Render Recitation I Aint again to sly faStoreEva Brown esOrgan Solo After the Shower CoffmanofVocal Ilcanlnny Lullaby Mrs H O Coffman Organ Solo Paul and Virginia WaltzOrpha Dell Quartette Drifting to Dreamland- s Misses Render Messrs Bv rly and Brown I Organ Solo The First Violet j Brown lrRecitation I want a Piece of Cllkelabn Render Vocal Solo The Gypsy Trail Louisa Coffman Recitation Music Mary Render Quartette Come Smiling Spring Miss Everly Mrs Coffman Messrs Everly and Drown Organ Solo Howdy IlirmuA nle 1verlIRecitation Story of my Hosar Ida Coffman Organ Solo Winter Fun Mary Render Male Quartette Messrs Carter Drown Bell and Everly Chorus Star Spangled Banner Young Ladles 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 rig pictuorGalery and get your work done Located over The Republican Of fice in Hartford also ters for large Portraits a Frames Good pictures Guaran teed p CENTRALGROVEto toenme past several months is no better Aao3tjjHams jrent JdayfairwMessrs Ione Hoover YoBarnardattended Sunday School here Mr Moore Paducah Is vtsill friends in this community Messrs N P Brown and V shop McHenry visited Mr C L Loney recently 4 In Memory of Rev Morton The sad Intelligence of the death the Rev T 11 Morton of Liver more has Just reached me Though had not been associated with Brother Morton for several years and not seen hint for six yenta I held him as one of my dearest friends 1 of love him as I love a brother who that knew him did not love him There was nothing unclean in that man Though you turned his soul Inside to put there was not to be found a spot or a blemish about It Pure lofty noble generous yes he was generous to a fault What Christian enterprise in his field of labor has not been liberally contributed to fromhls purSe flew ns I Y 1 zealous he was enthusiastic He did nothing by halves When he ask ed his congregation for a contribution alJfor any charitable enterprise lie al ways led the contribution with a more liberal gift than any body else He laid down a business that was paying him 150000 a year to enter the ministry and he often had the care of churches that were not self supporting But I will not write a Memorlum I wanted to drop Just a word and a tear to a memory that Is so sweet to me A memory that carries me back to days when I had not known sorrow In its essence A memory that enables me to live in fancyfor a moment in the bliss of other days and other associations but they ore not dead there is no death of the religiousThey have passed over the dark and silent stream to await In sweet repose the call of Prince Innuanuel 1and we shall meet them and greet them and know them even as we are known To the bereaved companions desire to say you have the condolence and sympathy of one who has recently drunk of the same bitter cup to HH dregs G T T Simmons Ky June 11 1U09 Notice estateInC R Campbell deceased will please settle at once and all persons hav ing claims against said estate will file same properly proven with C M Crowe Hartford Kentucky by the IIlabe forever barred iTnoAdministratrix WHITESVILLE June 16Miss Pearl Howard of Ralph spent Saturday night and Sun day with Miss Ruby Pate Mr Alonzo Bellamy Deanfiehl was hero Friday Miss Willie Smith Hartford and Miss Florence Norris Detluttoldu ere the guests of Mr John Sliiiietls Sat urday and Sunday Mr F L Compton hRS been at Phllpot for tho past fow days nurs- Ing life sister who is very low of abscess of the stomach Mr Pete Kelley and family and Mr Willis Holder and family spent last Friday on the old bed fishing and hunting They report grand success and an enjoyable time Miss Gertrude Hickey lu at homo again Mr Bernard Hickey Central City v l1lzzle uated as a nurse at KankaUeo III Is visiting her brother N W Moseley Mr N P Kelloy Magnn was lu town on business last Thursday Mr Archie Calno Owenelioro Is III town today The Ice cream supper had on last Saturday night by time Ladles AIJ Society of the Christian ohjreb was a great success Mr Charlie Hubbard and Miss Francis Hamilton were married at Father eveningt to rebacco set In this vicinity and poeplo outi a nice horse of Kelley and Holder this morning SaledThe Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Ohio county greeting exposeIwit A curtain lot lying and he andIon plat of the fast ddition to said town which plat U record In Deed Book No 31 on page 233 and which lot in said plat designated lot No In Block S being the same lot conveyed to S Vertrces by the Cessna Real Company us Is evidenced by deed record In the office aforesaid in Book No 30 on page 2S2 hich according to our commands u have taken into your hands and still remains in your hands unsold as you have certified to the tongsum ofG254 ofApw per annum from the 19th day of October 190S until paid Also the sum of 1215 which In the same Court was adjudged to Butler Bros for their costs In that behalf expended whereof Butler Bros hath recovered Execution against the said James S Vertrees by virtue of a Judgment of the Ohio Circuit Court and that you have tho said sums money before tho Judge of our said Court at the Court House in Hartford Ky on tho Saturday suc ceedingthe first Monday in July next satisfy the said Plaintiffs debt Interest and cost aforesaid and have then and there this writ Witness E G Barrass Clerk of our said Court at the Court House afore said this 3rd day of June 1909 E G BARRASS Clerk Per 8 L WOERNER D C S o I l p r rti y 1 lt xl Equity Tally Davy IBymiuest of State O facers and others upon consultation It has been droded bY the Nattotal Officers that SaturdaY June 19 of tM r ycar sballabe set apart os 11 general Equity Rally Day for vibe Ahner- i lean SocIety of Equity I ll It Is thereoro requetaod very oarneeLiy that a mEeting of every Local Union bo MId that 00ty It z tiiggCStcd that where practicable the meeting be held at two oclock in the rdternoon T1hls is however but a suggps4on eub- ord4nate r to the convenltmce of the members themselves It Is suggested that the iadlcs lie also ID1ted sad that a program r song and speedhcs be a part Qf the OOfnss I For this purpose the following program is submttten wubfoct to such changes as each Loral Union may think best PROGRAJI Call to order by Master of Coranon1- eS4ngtg I Invocation Addrees by Prculdent or by some member oeected for tJhat pur- poee CaiUng the roll of the entire membership from the nave the Local was orgonlzed Speaking in memo of the dead i SlDghgtnornt1on In memory of the dead Take up the names of each meri1bll whoso duos for the year 1909 are tot paid md caneider what shall be done to Induce thorn to plnce themselves in good standing Appointing four rommtttecs to be known os East West North f and South Oommlttoos among whom the names ot dellnqucac mm1I bers eball be apportioned with direction that every de1lnquentmmorn bor shan be seen personally and the result reported buck to the Local Union on the tsar meeting to June i 1ake out list of ful1mers who shouts become members and dls I tribute thorn amonng the Blume committees to be seen nud reported eta to the Local Union on the last mcet1rg in June Dlleues subject of what products of your farms you haTe that you i can best sell bY Local Pooling DlocUES rubject of what products of your farms you have that you ron best roll by General Pooling DlscuEs ndvrimtnges of baring a Womans Aux1Jary- DIEcufs whether you will oagago In any local eoaperatlve en terprlfe of II permanent character Good of the Society remarks Singing Invocation for dlmlsE6JiIt Is rornerlIy requested that wltboutt spednl notice from your Local Secretary to the contrary that every member who receives this paper sl1I1 without further notice visit the regular meeting place of his Local on SuturdnY June 19 at the usual bour of meeting It Js hoped however that all IIIsldents will immediately confer with the Feeretary end others and arruxgo for the day meeting and that special word be circulated and a general InvItation e trod ed to every person In the entire community to be present with- you With prophr lrtereft taken In this meeting It ms costly POf Elbe for sdmo ot the smaller Locals to doublo their memberOOll at this one single meeting S D KLMP National Secretary I r REMARKABLE NEW CURE FOR CANCER St Louis Physician Uses New Weapon to Fight The Dreaded Disease r The theory that fever and lnflamma lion are merely natures weapons to tight maladies Is the basis ot an In whichisults that have ex lJerlmentcrs In acting on the new theory regard- Ing fever and Inflammation a method first devised by Dr August Bier a celebrated German surgeon Is used Dr A Selhert Is II convert to the theory and a believer In the Dler method which he Is using dally The method consists In holding the blood In an affected partthe lungs the brain or a gangrened finger long enough to permit the diseased tissue to take up all the nourishment In the blood This Is done at frequent Intervals atilt Is accomplished by means of bandages and vacuum producing devices The artificially produced congestion is known In me- dIcine as hyperemie Dr BIer designed his system for use In surgical cases hut Dr Seibert has extended Its use to socalled medccal cases When a PostDlflpatch reporter asked Dr Seibert to explain his use of the Bier method he said that one off his cases Is that ot a young man who had suffered from epilepsy for years I exerlenclng one or more seizures dally until time treatment was begun This young mans head has been bandaged twice dally time bandage being so ar ranged as to force the blood to remain y In hIs bead and permit the brava to 1 take up the nourishment from It- t In 15 months the patient has not had a seizure and Dr Seibert believes lie will be well In a year and a half The young man was struck on the head with a baseball bat In boyhood The lesion ot the brain produced ep llepsy Ills case was supposed to be 1 incurable or at tile best curable only 1 through a dangerous surgical opera tJon ot the bandages about the ITbeuseneck In this case In Its re- t new reasoning regarding ievem Ja explained as follows StartIng with the hypethesls that salure puts forthno useless or un lntentfonal crfOrt It waS deduced t oi r t 1 i 7 4 that fever whIch Is present In almost all diseases was only an Increased activity of the blood hi natures effort to throw off the diseasea sort of hyperemie ot the entire body In another case i1 breast affected hy cancer was removed entirely sloughing off while new healthy tissue built up by frequent hypere mic was fornled behind It Potato is the King The potato Is King of Aroostook- i county The prosperity Is not with cleared bY the farmers In that one cou ty on the potato crop ot 1908 the total shipments to market having been 15000000 bushels ibis year piece of land that will grow a everyI has been planted and the the 1909 crop Is 80000000 If prices hold good It Is thought the Aroostook farmers will clear not less than 24 000000 after keeping all the potatoes they need for homo use The price of potato land has advanced 30 to 50 per cent and the market Is strong even at such prices The hanks In the county simply are gorged with potato money Auto plows und disk harrows are being purchased by the tanners and fertilizer Is being purcimased by the carload lot Train after train loaded down with supplies for time potato growers Is moving up the line Into Aroostook county TThe prosperity It not with out Its drawback however because the price of farm labor has advanced to Clcll War rates and the county le being overrun with automobile and plano agents They are pleading with the farmers wives and daughters to Insist that with fortunes made It Is necessary to have music In the home and autos In the roads Weds Man She Had Wronged Jacksonville mud June 7Just 20 years from the day she sent Llge Fielden her sweetheart to the pen because she believed Ime had stolen her ring Miss Mollie Iienkeart wilt be mar rled to the man whose Innocence was only recently estlbllshed The date ot the wedding Is June 10 From the day Fielden was sentenced no ward passed between him and Miss Leln- keart until a week ago when Joshus Bawels a farmer living on the place that hud formerly been occupied by the Lienkeart family found In a dried up spring the missing ring where 1h8- Ilenkeart herself had lost It Over whelmed by remorse at the injury she had done Miss Llenkeart who had not married in the meantime held a reception In hOnor of Fielden The reception was held last wok and to= day announcement was made r the coming marriage ofihewdple r i I L I FIGHT THE FIL TNY HOUSEFLY tAAt to Human Life May A be Used t To warn people of the dangers ot flies and to show them how jo get rid of the pests the Chicago Healt h Department has Issued a bulletlll i which the pesky nuisances are called all sorts ot bad names Flies are the dirtiest and filthiest of vermin the bulletin says They are born In- tIIthlIve In tlltb and carry filth around with them only to be scattered upon those whom they touch Now is the time to build your lines ot defence Prepare to fight them as you would wild beasts seekIng your life i A good fly poison not dangerous to human life the bulletin adds Is a solution of bichromate ot potashone I dram dissolved In 2 ounces Qf water and sweetened with a little sugar Put i some In shallow dishes and place I throughout the house Another Is I cobalt chlorld one dram dlso1ed In 3 ounces of water placed in shallow I dishes as above fo clean rooms In1 which there are large numbers ot flies burn pyrethrum powder or blow black flag Into the all ot the room These I do not kill the flies they art merely stunned and fall to the floor heI must then be gathered up and destroyed Seven different varieties ot flies are i found In our houses 98 per cent it which are represented by time common house try Flies lay their eggs only In fermenting or decaying substances by preference In horse manure Hence says Harpers Weekly every stable Is a center of Intectlon unless periodl callly disinfected The fly maggot Is also hatched out In latrines and ash pit refuse such as bedding straw rags paper scraps of meat fruit etc SUbIslstabout twelve days after the egg hasI lice laid It Is estimated that a sinI gle fly laying 120 eggs at a time will produce a progeny amounting to sex tlilons hy the end of the season I The number of bacteria upon a single fly have been proved to range all the way from 550 to liGOOOOO The J average for 414 flies which were exam Ined at the Agricultural Experiment Station at Storrs Conn last yeir was 150000 bacteria apiece This represents about time number of bacteria that enter the human system when one swallows a glass of liquid In to which some fly was perhaps fallen to he removed by a slovenly walter without the liquid being thrown away The Recldess Demand for Cheapness Our pUblic dIscussion has ceased to be deliberative and has become emo tional There Is no consideration of a Tariff for Protection or of a Tariff for revenue There Is only n move chealJIsible and at all events no taxes on the poor If there are those In the community to whom we might reason ably look for conscientious guidance ot the people In regarding the needs of time Government or adaptation of Tariff means for evenuo ends they are silent or else are engaged In ingenious appeals to class projudlce and efforts to play upon and Increase the natural discontent of time unsuccessful the unemployed time unfor tunate and the poor Assiduously engaged In this eXIJlolta- tlon or popular unrest are college men and newspaper editors whoselup- erlor culture and foresight shoulll teach them whither popular fury qnce arous ed may logically be expected to lead Reckless In this working up of a demand for cheapness and for antipathy against taxation they are also dishonest In deftly concealing from that their philosophy of cheapness has as one ot Its cardinal principles the boon or low wages an open labOr market and the open shop There will be some very pretty quarrels to settle when our unemployed armies on the scale of Londons and our soclails tie organizations Imported from Europe and nurtured In university set tlemeqts and by our own taddlts come to ask In InsIstent tones and with suggestive threats the support and he Indulgence at public expense which they have been encouraged to think is their rightful demand In- dlanaplIs Sta- riStung for 15 Years by tadtgeatlonsn IWIg9troing nx ny- Lottms 1 J and 20000 wiorth Qt mel1 Mme in vain B F Ayrcue of rngiIo side N Oat loft used Dr Kkga New Lire PJills and write btOy who ly cured t4rn mkey cure Co1lfflY4 tosj- l3ilfous l s S ckH uohe I JOmaoh- Ldver Klchey and nOe1 ttOUbe 23- 3ui ali drnggl9sle mat p r i MCIdUoL PATIERNS Celebrated tit simplicity ledI ullabilty aeariy4byern den United Stab lad- Canada or by mull direct More sold lMA any other make Send tot tree catalogue MeCAUS MAGAZINE More than kil7olber fashion mapdnemllllon a Latest styles patterns dreumaklnJr millinery sewing fancy needlework etiquette atones eteS ro coots a year worth double Including a ins attcro copynto Agents Poslal bring prej1Inmcablogue and new cash prize olrer as- vaB YtChm CO 1102111Y nlla t MIM IOU so YEARS ERIENODCMAiuce CoPYRIGNTs etc Aaroueeendingasketch l1li4 deeerltltlCn IDa our hMetber au Intestine Iprobablyp t lloas ciPatent lent IrMfrdett agency for eewnnrya tents Patenta d t reo- etySdentiflc peclal notia ft oaf fthe RmerkanAha- ndsomelylIIutrate week Tarzest circulation of any eInIIDo Terms IS 1 M Niirio tOsPettWWubTNeWYolk e JlIIIII o I Why Take Alcohol1Are you thin pale easily tired lack your usual vigor and strength Then your digestion must be poor your blood- I thin your nerves weak You need a tonic and alterative entirelyfreethese statements or we would not make them Ask him and find out Follow his advice CAyerCoLowellMaJs lnAyersPIUst GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING Draushons Competitors by not accepting his propositionconcede that he more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you 75 per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonjFOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRRWGHONS PRACXE80T BUSINESS COLLEGE EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS J I A Great Bargain Made By 41 C1 Mt THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN fi f670AINo Orders Taken After July 11 E Home and Farm = fi The greatest agriculture newspaper of the South A welcome 44 guest ut every fireside Of equal Interest to the home and the t44 farmI Mt 4Q Regular price one yoor 6Oc The Republican 49 Your lOCAl papertho news of your home town and county All M- t4i about your neighbors You cant afford to be without your home Mt paper =Regular price ono year100Th-efi Mt l Cosmopolitan = tQ The peoples magazine The most popular today It is un bitfiRegular price 12- 0x1909 Wall Atlas t4 Engraved especially for the EvenIng Post at a cost of 3500- 4i Printed In colors six pages 28x36 Portraits of all Kentucky bit fi Governors Presidents t United States and rulers of nU nn fi tlons flags and OCX1t9ofarms ten mep9Kentucky United Mt States World Hawaii Porto Rico Philippine Islands Alaska tW1 Panama meal and zonohlstorlctl and politirnl directory of fiIfl Kentucky facts figures and stntlsUcsbitCO Retail price 1obit = The Evening Post = fi rentucky greatest newspaper 12 to 32 pages dally FullAsso Mt 4 elated Pre reports best market page sporting pages most State bit C = news fair and fearllmelt editorials latest aerial stories lpterost = debitfiS fi January I 1910 bit till Regular price r 260 bP J = TOTAL VALUE 670 = 4Q- Noticewren= the Evening Post can be delivered through car lj4lC bittillbitIfl4Z THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN E till Hartford Kentucky ii W i i SURE CURE For All DiIeUN- ofS1OMACH LIVER a KIDNEYS 1 nuroaii Quick eliefandCae farHead- cbe tackaohe Disslne- Iadlrcetlot Nil irIseatc te p birCQto y Os0 CvtmL TIC1rcglt JilBlkiiead Judge= Ben D CoeurtT W JL Flener duller Ed UBarraes Clerk bunk Z Felix blaster CommlialonerY 1 Moae- fe Trustee Jury Fund R D Mirth Sheriff Hartford SABra- tober wc Aah4ey J Wi Martin Gnat POUsrd Court conveness first Monday in Muoh and August and eon tinues weeks and third monday In Matand NovemtlPrtwoweeica County CourtW B Taylor JUdtf W S Tlnlley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hdrtford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBeglns on the third Monday In January April July and Oo tober ofclahrConvenn first TUGS ICourt January October and on the ftrstATues Other OftlcerN Moxley Surveyor Shreve So W LeAch Asaeeaor R4a- 11oyJames DoWeeaeSchQOI SIIPerlnten1p eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo C JUSTICES COURTS J H William Beaver DamMarch U June 23 September 24 December 21- 0W P Miller Horse DranchMarch 2e June z September December 26 W S Lean undeMarrh27 June 36 September a December 7 W 11 Edge ordvUleMarch 29June 2 September 27 December 28 D S Chamberlain DedaMarch IJune 25 September 28 December S Herbert Render ContertownMarc 30 June 29 September 29 December 30- Jcbn U Mlles RockportMarch at June aJ September 30 December HARTFORD POLICE COURT 1111 Wedding Judge J S Gtem City Attorney W M Hudson Marshal Court convenes second Monday in each monthCity Councll1 H Williams Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Tieas urer R Eo L Ilmmerman C M Dar nett E E Hlrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Ernest Elf111 School Trustees Hartfordc M Crowe J B Glenn W R rlnlleyCo M Barnett and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices thIrd Sunday In earh month at 11 a m and 7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting eveQ Wednesday evening C P ChurchServices first Sunday n each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev T C Wilson Pastor everytourtnP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma sons meets first and third Monday nlgnt In each month C M Bartlett W 11 E P Moore Secretary Jeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month RoseooRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HettleRileyRough RIver LOdge No 110 Knlghttt- of Pythlee meets every Tuesday night RenderKHartford Tent No 99 K O T 1d BPendletonRecord Keeper Sunshine litre No C L O T Mo Meet first Friday evening and third MrsEkeeperrPreston Morton Poat No4 G A nholds regular meetings Saturday beep the first Sunday In each month Ash RogersAlitOhio Tribe Nol8S Imp Order Re WednesdayMorrison Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon BBCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots 1st Saturday night 4n each DoLucet OFlCIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers O DRAYTON Pres Greenvl11em BowlJngGrewD KUMP Sec frrens Indiana polls State Officers C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown IC- S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky OhIo County Officers DamKyOALP KEOWN Tress Hartford Ky E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky EDUOATIONJKy 1 W O Ashley Hartford R F D No 4 2 J A Da lamYWhtesvl11e DNoFDMJneeG T LECTRICUITTUst gCwtttlMedclaeo0 decl that H ueSe C 3tcaateade y beer1t hati I I 1 i 10t t n 4 j TPONLY REAL CHEWING I TOBACCO I t How the Arkansas Farmes C Make the Best Plug on Earth+ Out in Arkansas to use an old saying eacbman chwes his own tobacco and spits where he pleases To ge tobacco In proper shape for the Arkansas palate Isa long and laborious process It requires a log an ax an auger a rammer corn whisky honey nmaul and wedges However In the opinion jot the Arkansas chewer It Is worth it- x The Arkansas chewer buys or raises leaf tobacco Then he goes out into the wcqds and cuts down a tree Trimming of the branches he rolls the log to a place where the sun shine on it 14 hours a day in summe- and eight hours In winter Begin sing at one end of the log with the auger he bores holes three inches A apart until he reached the other end to After he has blown the chips away he seizes a bundle of tobacco and be gins the work of ramming the leaves down In the auger holes until they are filled within three Inches of the top The next step is to take the ramer and ram the tobacco as hard as It can be rammed A Jug of corn whisky which would burn the throat out of an Easterner then is called In to play The tobacco chewer goes from hole to hole pouring in corn whisky on top of the tobacco until the holes are filled within an inch or soot the bark r After the whisky Jug the Arkan sas chewer takes up a Jar of honey From It he pours enough of the sweet tmIedsits down on log for two to permit the corn whisky hoursI honey to soak into the tobacco He occupies that time in whittling plugs to fit each of the holes when he drives a plug into each auger hole until It will go no further In Arkansas the unpardonable sin Is for one man to meddle with anoth mans tobacco tog It means a4 eer draw and sudden death The doeskiotAt the expiration of that period he Drives wedges along the line of the auger holes until the log splits its entire length and tails apart Expos ed to his view are the long round V plugs of tobacco They are redolentIwith the perfumes of the hive the plantation and the forest Tenderly he lifts them from their auger molds and smells them crltl h 1cally Then he takes a chew and gives a whoop that Is heard by the I folk at home He has tested the weed and has found that It Is good In Fond Remembrance Mr Woodford Allen departed this life June the 4 1909 after a long suffering of stomach trouble He left a pleasant consolation behind He was 46 years 2 months old at his death They laid him to rest In the 4 Allen burying ground in the presence of a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives He leaves one IbrothersHow we all will miss him in oil the song weary years to come God gives and can take a way lira He is done with his sorrows and troub j les on this earth and now is aroundt the great white throne of God I All that medical aid acid loving I hands could do was done for him butI It was his time to go we cannot call him back but let us so live that we may meet him in the great beyond He was loved bv all who knew himI Weep not dear loved one he Is not dead be Is in a lasting slumber Ho was a kind father true son and a dear uncle His Loving Nieces IDA B ANtflE and GERTIE About Women In Scotland the legal ages at whic- hjoya I r and girls can marry are four I Ton and twelve respectively Women convicts In England are ad t dressed by their first names instead of by numbers as men are A Japenese bride gives her weddlit resents to her parents as a slight Recompense for their trouble In ruer j Ing her j The University of Missouri teaches women how to organize construct and direct playgrounds Dean Llda King of the Womans l College at BrpwpltJrilverslty declares r Yf that men wake the best teachers Hugh Lairs the Boston sculptor declares that womens figures have been ruined by devotion jo fashion It is reported ainyellesiey q lfego i JhatM1BliCarUne flazard who has j a pr hl for leinearslllre j t r Lt I- J j I 1- I 1 M 4 sign Eoon on account of her health Fish and Game Commissioner TR Holland of Colorado has announced his Intention of placing one district of the State in charge of a woman I game warden women in the Russian postal andtelegraphic service have been forbidden to marry men outside their own department It was alleged that they might Inform their husbands of the contents of tefegrums Mrs Badford of New Orleans 87 years young has been superintendent citytcarries on a Sunday school and Mon day evening classes In Germany 150 women are taking medical coureesf and in France 600 Paris has about 100 women physicians I nearly all of them being employed In tellllhoneII passenger boats on the Mediterranean I r waterrI The storage of coal under water has been proposed as a remedy for ommonIneous and deterioration of the quality of the fuel Coal when freshly minerd Is very easily affect ed by chemical mechanical and phy expoI In consequence of a loss of calorific power and substance and a deterioration in the quality of the gas and coke obtained from it The first action is a rapid absorp tlon of oxygen which is partly retain partlyIeffect Is particularly noticeable in tine coal which exposes a large surface to the air During the storage the gas producing power of the coal also di minishes If oxidation is Increased artificially It may be observed that the coke produced from the coal does not cohere and that the gas consists largely of hydrogen and gives little light The value of the byproducts Is also diminished The gases evolved by piles of coal consist chiefly of methane mixed with very variable quantities of carbon dioxide and in certain cases of carbon monogen The absorption of water Is very variable from 4 to 10 per cent centv Grund manns searches show that in re gard to calorific power a medium coal containing 5 to 10 per cent of ash and as much of hygroscopic water atd lostIfour weeks 9 per cent In six months and 12 per cent In one year In cer tain climates the loss on a year amounts to 20 of 30 per cent Spontaneous combustion Is always to be feared In large masses of coal It has been proved that the tempera ture of English coal freshly stored rises in 2 or 3 days to from 70 to 85 deg F and thereafter continues be tween 85 and 100 deg F Water may accelerate this rise of temperature by bringing oxygen in solution Special care should be taken not to de lJOsltdry coal upon any large quantity of damp coal Wet coal should be spread In layers 8 inches thick and allowed to dry 24 hours before being covered with a new layer Sulphur compounds do not play an Important part in spontan eous ignition Pyrites resists atmos excepIwhich tends to decompose in the pres ence of water The practice of ven tllatlng piles of coal by means of little shafts and canals although rec oinmended by Insurance companies Is rather injurious than otherwldu as it facilitates the absorption of oxygen If ventilation Is attempted It should be mechanical and very ener getic In order to produce a refriger ation which will counterbalance the oxidizing effect of the air Will Make and Unmake Paretis Fortythree Republicans and eighteen Democrats voted in the Senate yesterday to Impose a duty of 25 cents a ton on iron ore cans voted to place it on the free list Yet the esteem ed Economist still believes that the Tariff is a party questionBrpoklyn Times Well what is It If not a party ques tion 1 It Is so entirely a party ques tion that It bids fair to break up par ties There is a larger number of Protection Democrats in the Senate than there is of reform Republicans Tb Democratic party is gradually disin tegrating on the Tariff question while tlje RepubUcan party is developing some nonProtectionists Not lone bounce there may bea pew division + Protectionists vs FreeTradersandu- io longer Republicans and Democrats The Tariff was never BO entirely a patty question It wlll male and unmake parties I r l jJ- I NEW CAPITOLABOUT FINISHED V Dedication Expected to Take Plac Adout July 15 Moving in To follow soon Frankfort Ky June 14 Sometime within the next thirty days it Is ex et ted by the members of the State Capitol Commission that the new Cap itol will be completed so that the work of moving Into the new Capitol will be begun and In less than a wee time the family of State officers will then be domiciled in their new home The dedication will soon follow and it is expected that It will be over by July 15- The Capitol Fair Association will hold Its fair August 31 four days and it Is the desire of the citizens here that the dedication may be held so that it will not In any way conflict with the fair to the advantage of the dedication or the disadvantage of the fair The Capitol Is so near the Fair Grounds however that It will beoneI of the special attractions to induce tbt large crowd to gather here not only to witness the exhibition of livestock horses etc but to come to see thej CapitolIThe work of Installing the electric Pictures and the completing of thej power house is now in progress andI will soon be done The dedication ex erclses could be held tomorow if ItI were not that there is no light in thej building which is the most necessary article because the reception that will be held at night the Illumination of the capitol lawn and the ball will be the great features of the dedication exercises General Lindsey Is the chairman atI the Citizens Committee that will arrange for the dedication exercises t- Are Women Hypocrites Prof Zueblln is not satisfied with the present status of woman He doeI not like woman to bo regarded as a cross between an angel and an Idiot He does not believe women ought to be forced to marry In order to have food on the table and he thinks the present condition intolerable because a womans whole life is spent in trying to please a man The worst thing about matters as i they stand according to Prof Zueb lln Is that it makes women hypo crites Women get things by Indi rection She goes through her hits bands pocket while he is asleep as aasober American Judge has told that she has a right to do She fools him completely during the courting Illusion and she pleases him and furthers his Interest In ways that are too subtle for his dull masculine In telligence to grasp In short woman is a hypocrite and will remain n hypocrite until she earns her own liv ing and casts her own vote Even then we hope a little ofxvo mans hypocrisy will stttt remain What every woman knows is that she can help the man she loves by not letting him see that she Is help Ing him and we men while wo some times guess what she Is doing are perhaps better off by not quite know ing Let women have her economic Independence let her run automobiles and build bridges and perform surgi cal operations and cast votes and run for offices and get them and do everything else once held masculine except grow beards but do not let her stop fooling us From Success What a College Can do If She Will The college girl who lives In a small town has perhaps the great est power for influence Her educa tion and experience raise her to a position which commands the respect of those others who have not had her advantages and this position she should use not as an excuse for egotism cr selfslfficlercy but as a means of accomplishing reforms In the life of the community Starting a village Improvement society Is an ex cellent way of interesting people In their surroundings and opens to many an entirely new world a world which teaches that the useful Is not necessarily the ugly and that environment is the Inspiration of action Beautifying Iho village or citizenstogethorassociation and does much to abol dlaflgureIaspect life of a town Of course this is but one phase of civic improvement there are many others In the factory town especially there is wide scopo for the collegebred womans activity There isno reason why tho factory town should be unsightly or wily the em ployes should diva In ugly unaant tary dwellings no reason why the women of the town should not be roused to Interest In thr surround ings and above ahtoseifrespectthq The woman of education owes It Ve encouragei iyhlch lies dormant in fife breast of BO many factory women Give them the vision of something broader np theiriconform their lives to It Give them model daynurserjes and they will give their children clearrier homes Awaken In them the consciousness that they have possibilities and the will try to realize them The Delin- eator for July- ExSenator Deboe Buys a Gold Mine Former United States Senator W J Beboe returned Saturday from Mex Ico where he located personally Inspected and purchased a gold mine which he believes will prove a bonanza says the Crlttcnden Press It Is located 500 miles south of the city of Mexico and Is forty miles from AJacco the nearest railroad station In company with four other capital- Ists two mining experts and several Indian guides the trip was made Senator Deboe had been absent a month The new company Just organized is known as the Cajonall Gold Min ing Co and Senator Doboe Is pres ident of it His friends here hope theres millions in it for him and think he will make an Ideal millionaire The state of AJacco Is to building a new automobile roadway from tho railroad to the mine and is the purpose of the owners Immediately to build a plant to reducer the ore to bullion on the ground Th experts who went there declare wo Informed that there are millions of tons of pay dirt In sight r In God We Trust In God We Trust is to appear on the new Lincoln cents which are expected to bo Issued before August next from the mints at Philadelphia San Francisco and Denver where all pennies are coined Heretofore the American penny has never horse the head of an American and Lincoln very properly been chosen to be honored first of all The restoration of the popular and expressive legend In God We Trust Is due to the action of President tart and we honor him for itLesllefi Weekly Kentucky Fair Dates Hartford September 8I days Stanford July 313 days Henderson July 275 days Geprsotova July J75 days Qladjnnyiljc Auguvt 35 Cays- Wiccfcestcr August 34 daW Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 9 dayseTaylorBVllle August 10I days Unlontown August 105 days Horrodsburg August 123 days Lvltchfieid August 17I dysiIJabourvllk1 August is3 drys lUodhead August IS3 days ShtpherdsvlWe Augutit 1S3 dusIEwlng August 193 dusISheibyvllle August IISIIIgliedLondon August 254 daEIFloyerce August 251 days Frankfort August 313 days HiudlDfiburg August U3 dayaINlclolasvlllc August 314 days Toiiipklnsvltlle September 1i days Feru Creek September 15 days Itaulwtown September 14 duscHodcenville September 73 days Jlojitkcllo Sopteflubor 7I days GIs KOW September S4 days Sanders September S4 days Kentucky State Pair Loulbvllle Sop tember 13f days SooUsvlUe ci tomber 163 1YSj Bedford October 12 days REAL ESTATE FOR SALE- m We have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford roadone and halt miles from Sunnydale direct ly on the M H E R R Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water 0I rA four room house In Hartford lo toted on the Pike r acre lot splendid wen of soft water plen ty of fruit tor small family Tals It a desirable piece of property A nwo house and lot situated in old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room cot tage a good nwe barn Desirable lo cation House and lot at the corner Clay and Washington streets nowI owned by E Crabtree This Is one of inn finest locations In Hartford and the property la in good repair House contains nine rooms and there is a never failing spring of sort water on the lot This property can be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell pubic road 112 mile from cuitivatgood young orchard grapes straw berries raspberles good 4 room cot tage with varanda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting of gooe27 acres PlumIIllerbuildings Two good wets Located In good neighborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run 9 ore 100 acres In splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and outIbuildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulnesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling 11waterin good state of cultivationIA tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one i mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and oui building A good i attPnj1dingIA tract of land on Halls Creek one SpringsItoms two hams and dwelling well kept and in good condition We dont own the property welt are only agents for the owners our purpose Is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission NoI charge if no tale Is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known i OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY Wall Paper 4J Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than all else q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in pattern andprice 9- tj Samples submitted and estimates furnishedupon request W D DUCEPAINTING AND DECORATING fib Main Street Hartford Ky r fjlFtIlVna s c u o AINXTT 0EssITU BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY lull practice their profession In all the COWlIentrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build- Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court Collections aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal pensionEtccalnty4tflce M L HKAVKIN KIINKUT WOUO All HEAVRIN WOODWARD G Qfeys GtauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession tall the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collection Of tics next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all thi Courts of Ohio and mljolnlng counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National lank WHIIAKNKS S A MHlERSot BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY J J theyhavetice of Law In all courts State and Jed eral with offices oouth side of Mats street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will Da given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON II IOIIV II WILSON HAS M CIIO WE WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all courts of Olio and adjoining coun ies and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on aln S opposite Court House eed TRACEMARKS promptly obtained In PATENTSTHATiiwnw uullp run to IUCCCM Send model phoWorkrtch for FREE report SURPASSING nook en Profitable latent writ to StreetWASHINGTON KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR COUCHS jfflRB ANDALLTHROATANDLUNGTROUBLESGUARANTEED OB MONEY REFUNDED lDI1utodoJncoprrKUUcta IN ALL COUNTRIES JJutiiua find nltk notklngton tavtt time maiuy niloftra tiltpaint ExclutlnlyWrit811 flat Blurt on Viiu ftee Htat Offlet WASHINGTON D C L JTJ 1 1 0 a l r I ISALE BEGINS June 25 July 3 JUNE HUMMER SALE BEGINS Friday Everybody likes to see things hum It not been long since you would gladly tear up daddys watch to see what withkmost of us Everyone likes a rushlikes movement energy anything to liven up Acting upon this longing we have J decided to make things hum on our own account We have inaugurated this Hummer Sale you must not miss it It rwiU be a reunion of our friends and customers together with some new ones who have not yet had the opportunity to learn the store to depend on Our object is stated Now to induce people to visit us on June 19 to the 26especiallyif we are going to make prices that will make our cash register hum If you cannot come the first day come later any way come t r Free Free I Every lady who reg isters at our store elm ing this Sale is entitled to one of these beauti ful Itched Crystal Lend Blown Glass finely polished full sized tumblers with your initial thereon just like illustration To get the other five making a complete set give us 8U in our cash register tickets either during this sale or la ler This is a chance you cannot afford to miss Remember it p tcosts you nothing to- geLthcTumblers aqI we guarantee to sell you as cheap and hi many in stances cheaper than any other store Come and register early and get your FRISK TUMBLER while wo have your initial r Hosiery We shine here I Reduced prices on all lines i See our specials on Display lOc Hose for8015o Hose for12025c Hose for210I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I r I I I I I COUPON NO 1 Cut out this Coupon present it with 90 cents and buy any 100 Rust Proof Corset Not good E after July 3 1909 c BARNARD COMPANYi I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I J y i Clothing Now these pries are for this Sale only Be on hand early and get the best bargains i 2250 Snitsthis S wu1 1500 Q2000 I II II P 1400 L 1500w 1100 1 rou Vl 900 750 II Jt 600 000 4007f Boys Clothing lijduced Onefifth off on all odd pim- aMillinery We aregoing to use this salerto clean up absolutely all our sbxrlPricesj- ust halfprice Pick out the hat you want divide the price in half it is tours ON DISPLAY ONFIRST FLOOR IN THE REAR OF STORE 4Staple Dress Goodsm fo One yard vide Hoosier Brown Cotton per yard M5 Best Calico per yard 4i Good Lawns per yard4Ho-pe Bleached per yard 7i 104 Brow Sheeting per yard 20- Special r values in Linen CrashAproi r2 inch pure Linen Table Linen 49o yd No Goods Charged During This Sale Saua the Cash Register Tickets set Cash for them or Setter Still Finish Y tlr8efof Tiinitilers I tA SALE June 25 Closes July 31 has Warners Notions Williams Talcum Powder 15cI Colgates Talcum Powder150 1 3 doz good Pearl Buttons 5c t Clarks 0 NT Spool Cotton6 for 25c lOo Heavy Socks for r Vc Pure Linen Lace 5c per yard Summer Dresses Pity to cut prices on this line as merciless leas wq have Suesine Silks former price 47Jc at35cCo- lored klaxons former price 20cat1Gc lOo Lawns o i 8cA 124o Lawns lOc 25c Colored Linens 719ci Shoes V We have put I out for tliBSay l ix fords at reduced prices e dis play mid the prices of Ladies 360 Oxfords 269 249I169Is 269 Mens I 400U ll I J i 1 1 i 319 t Mens 50II 41QI It tI I I I I I I I I I I I I I IiI I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I II I iI I I COUPON 1 q2 j ial1y9xllafter July 31919 rR Gi J T w 11 I I I I I I I I I I I I I BARNARD I I II I I COMPANYi ilJ d Bring your friends This Sale jte an opportunity you cannot afford to miss Depend on BARNARD fC0M PAYHtford Ky jOKI i C 1 I t Jffl 1l r r 9- F A6- y J r j T 1 i f V V 4 LJ r rl- r