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I 1 r cro C 1 a F I S f I f I t f Ip t tartftflb Uqublicau c IIIIIr FARLEY AFTER LY 111 INfi PAPERS Calls Attention to Debts Inherited from Democrats State Treasurer Issues State lte1t in Reply to Demo- Cratic I Paper Charges I Franktort Ky June 26So much llalns has been tnken recently by obscure Democratic newspapers In various parts of the State to misrepresent i I the present State admlnlstra- tlon with regard to the condition of the State Treasury and this In spite of the recent statement of Auditor James giving a comprehensive review of the prlnclllal expenditures of the State during the eighteen months ot 1 the present regime and the financial outook for the next year that State Treasurer Farley today Issued a state inent- w I AHe says he hopes the same will be fullest publicity and declares that the records ot his department are an open book and easily can ho read and comprehendedIIIc desires to point out although same has bEen done time and time L again In the iressirreslective ot 1101II lUes that his predecessor Ii M worth turning over to him when lie aIumed the duties of his office 1180 4oo There were outstandlngpast unnudited and unpaid claims against I the State at this tlme amounting to nearly 1200000 which left the 4iidminlstration with no money newI ever with which to meet even 4 expenses In the face ot this the last Legis- fs ii laturo appropriated ieariy 1400001 WlthQut making provision to meet ono cent ot It- Tjie i statmeent follows I Assuming that the tnt1i half told I may prejudice the minds of some of our good honest country citizens thJ following halftold tale and rOmances quaIly as misleading are being pubI qlished In many of the liartisali rural 4f papers throughout the State 1 How do you like this Mr Juror you who have lolL your business at borne and responded to the call ot our StateThe State Treasurer an nounces that thEre will be no money avaIlable with which to pay jurors until Some tIme next tall about November perhaps The trustee of the jury fund ot Hickman county received a warrant trom the Auditor for thep amount due the Hickman county ju- lors but when It was sent to Frank tort to be cashed theTreasurer very olltcly Informed the Hickman county man that the States strong box was very much like Mother Hubbards CUll board and therefore he would bare to content himself by waiting for several months Thats great busI- ness Isnt It We are reaping some ot tile glories ot a Republican admin l 4Istratlon Carlisle County Noire the distinction of being raised on a farmI think I know some I i otthe characelIstcs of tliefarmor and among them are Intelligence and honesty When the writer ot the aooveI quoted article The reIcelvedty jlfrors but wh n It was sent to Frapkfort to be cashed therrealurer- L very politely Informed the Hickman county man that the States strong box was very much like Mother HlibI bards cupboard and therefore ho tJwould hare to content hlmsett by- YahtlflgP for several monthil etc did he not tell the whole story111 lhYJ did not want to deceive Why IJDOt say that the same polltQn matlon from the Treasurer ttwlt tj Hickman county nina told t no ou r when the Treasurer tcokcltf ii 1 L fthat office In Ja1uar3 39 11 turned over to him llpad r a cash but at lie same tilt sums ou were outstandIng past due lings d and UlIlaId claims against U 6 amounting to nearly 41200 g have slnce been audcd nzCflSUS tlHe atsq Informed tLtho Censfie 1 county man that Inthether were 1 depthrallo Condition of f in the Unlt at the time the LegislntU Limo thotlp- roprlattons 1 amounting 4 40Q100 without mnkln meet co ntot ILL t I not tell all oi this It he did not want to deceive i tlTbo Trasurer hopes ith dulgence of some ot tll States everyJ Itors tOJ a short time topay warrant due by December and many of them sooner I tiThe Republicans have madon appropriations but they wIll see t6 It that aU just claims shall be paid aU Illegal ones rejected and every cent ot the peoples money Is properly accounted for I We have struggWd to avoid the expense ot having an extra session of the Legislature to provide for the deft elt Inherited from our predceessors and feel confident the good people ot the state approve our course While It Is true the last report of State Inspector Hines to Gov Will son made In December 1907 showed a little over 1400000 on hand yet the tact Is thAt en January 7 1908 the date the present Treasurer assum ed office there was but little over 1100000 turned over to him by hIs recelJltjed 1908 Gone Home The death ot Mrs Lucy Griffin Cal line which occurred on the morning tulberryIIn our community and It does not consist ot words of sympathy and 10ferltigs ot lovely lowers alone but deep down In our heart there are tlirobbings ot sincere sorrow for the passing of the loving mother the by al friend the laitlitul neighbor the gentle christian wdiian for It Is true that j None kneW her hut to loc her None kic liar but to Praise IShe was the daughter of Warren and Mary Utterback and was borh September 30 1840 The 4th Qt December 1858 she was married to Randall Taylor After his death In 1S69 she married Janice L Collins whose death preceded hers but two weeks They leave one loving and devoted SOli Randall T Collins of this place but one brother ot hia large and estimable family Mr henry Grit flu survives her She will be missed In homes dark oned by the shadow ot death she wit be missed III the social club where good will and pleasure Epeed the hap py hours and the Methodist church whIch she loved always attending Its services when her delicate health per nutted will momlI her loss and her Influence During her last illness when she kneW the shadows were gatherIng around her and that the summons had come she tcold her family tLat she was ready and willing to go She bore her Intense sufferings without a murmur and gently passed from under the shadow and across the bar to the beautiful land where so many loved ones are gathering home A LIFELONG FRIEND AETNAVILLE June 29Qulte a number ot young foh1s from this 110CC attendee the party nt Mts Lou Mnys Saturday night liss IenQ Phillips tf OWInsbolo- lis till guest of friends and relatives nt this place this week Mr and oils V B Morgan of- Rnhihi Wtore the guests ot thellI Ion Mr E H Morgan Sunday and Monday Mr William Edlngton ot OwensI hero Is tthu guvst of rtlatins at this placeIMisses Ruth Jod and Amby HnyI neB Messis Loney Mnlow and James Willis attend d Stndoy sclcot at Walnut Grove Sunday Mr Wntter Crowo of Maceo Is the guest ot relatives at this place Mr and lolls Jesse Loyd entertained nuinbeviif friends at dinner Sunday t155 4is JJnrllson Is the guest ot SX2tives ih Oweusboro this week byduV n Miss Lorena MOlgnll ofI ra5largely rittended and all itt tlemnt time ct bO- 5tew ss Dorsie Loyd of Fords tl t I1 tet IIns been visiting reha- O that ti9 jilace for n few diys re Saturdaydo1 Austin Edlllg 1st a fine gui tebbae oU gtTth1Illp5 wLohar bcen VHERE THEY WILL TEACH Educatioual Boards Select Teachers for the year Intereting Items Concerning Eb ucational Rallies In Ohio County At a meeting ot the Educational Board ot Division i at Greenbrier school house the following teachers were elected Subdlsttrlct No 1 Cromwell May EL Rogers No 2- tUnion xRoso DIIr man No 3 Coopers Dantle Deck No4 Prln tis Ira Plummer No 5 South Beaver Dam Florence Keown No G Taylor Mines Mary White Prlncl pal Kate Hawkins Assistant No 7 Greenbrier G W White No8 Shultz Cortland Taylor No9 Independence Mable Easterday No 10 Taylortown harry Leach No 11 Oakland Mary Powell Jones No 12 Jubilee Blanche VanMeter No JtNo 1J Ellis SI1IdeCur No 14 Henry Osna Shultz Principal hula Midkirr assistant No 15 I Rlndtr C K Cmsoll No 16 Williams Mines Lihhiali Ionroe Principal Lillian fir- nssisteiit No 17 Elmwoud Sopha Williams No 18 Goshen Belle 13c- rrynmu No 19 Cool Springs mil Dunn No 20 MaNey No election No 21 South Sulphur Springs I I electionAt meeting of the division board of the second educational dllslim hoard Ilt Furdsvllk the following teachers were chosen District No I Sugar Grove Ella Norris Principal Alpha Drown assistant No 2 Hicks Bertha M Ieach Nll Aettuavihle Mrs J H Loyd No 1- Danfiebd no election No r- SoulOd Mary Lainbcit No I- ilIlowesvl11e Myrtle Lambert No 7- Reyliolds A C Daughu No S- Iorllndhhlp Minnie Haughn ITo ft Clark Zula Talley No 10 High hand Russell WlllkCl No 11 Jones Ellen Whittinghill No 12 Popular Grove Claude Shultz No 13 Loyd- Attyc WhltUnshl11 Nil 14 Trisler Fred Shultz No 11 Shrove Irene Whltttlnshl11 No 17 Gum i3prings Grace WhltUnghl11 No 15 Pleas lint Walk Aea Kelicy The following teachers were chos ln for the schools slluattd in edllI catlonal dlvlslcn Nil G vlz district No I Central Grove Mat tie Tlchellor No 2 Bend Marshal Cruwe No3 High View Arbie Brown No 4 Pink Halt Fred Wood burn No 5 Smoky Myrtle Williams No6 Cprnho W S Hill No7 Hickory JUdge Nom Wedding No8 Rough River 11 II Davis No9 Waltons Creek Herman Ashby No 10 Upper Pulnt George Mont gamer No 11 Lower Point Berrymon No 12 Drown HelllI Bennett No I Hunter Mary Nu 14 Broadway C Ross MnrksI No 15 CottmRri O W White PlOt O L Shultz and Claude Narrows were In hartford Wednesday Mr G W White Miss Belie Derry muit and Miss Maude Shull7 Nutrows were each eltctld to two srhc IJ alt unted In different divisions This might occur at nay regular eleCtion and can be remedied at n subsequent meeting ot the division bollld The jiew system of selecting teach seemed to work smoothly ii Oiiu county last Saturday as no traction from any laEt ot the county baa been reportedA nUlllnce greeted Pres H IIr Cherry at the skating rink at Williams Mines Mnday It was composed entirely of adult people and the lecture given wit be ot Inimellse advantage to the county adllcntlon ally Dud wilt aid very mat llnly hi- thelstnbllshm lIt ot a graded school to be made up ot Render Williams and rlcHcnry Miss Lillian Mpnroe who has just conllllootldn school at Vlllliims Mines wilt spend the summer In Eansvihho Mr alvin Loyd Narrows Will spend I I he summer In the Bowling Green BnIJlness College I The cducntloral rally held pt Ford yule 13OI1 Monday Jmm SlhlD09I proved a sPlendid succers In every particular Peopl showed thell interest and I1U uslnB1IL by crowdin- gthecotkge limit The 1 spllIkel o t the ntrl1eon Supt T J ontes Richmond iCy renchie- dFcrdsrille very Ill and to the regret ot mi audience of 400 enthusiastic citizens who had been atixiousby await In for hours to hear him lie was UII able to fill his appointment flow- ever the audience was favored bY ve- lsaong talks along educational lines b Rev and Prols O L- Slultz and Clnus Shultz and every Otto I eft the halt reeling thnV the niettitig In every settee had been a liuccess Thanks Is due the business and lwofessioiinl mt1I d tile town for closing their business licEss and turning out to be at the rally The local blUES lalld also rtndlIld very valuable selvlces by going through thie town for an hour belote the speak- Ing and rumllhlng music fur the oc easicui lite meeting was ot very great IlmvorttlilJCe In arousing a healthy edutalllnal sentinietit in and around iFollllJIII Supt DeWlsl desires to extend Ills sincere thanks to nil the who assisted In making this nieeting a success Death of Mrs W D Moore Mrs W D Moore who has beii dangerously ill for several months of pulmonary trouble died at the ro 4encI ot her tlll1lrlnlnw Mr W- ia Moore on Union street last Sunday lght about tI oclock Mrs Moors was a uatle cr Canada but was li- vlg In Louisville at the timeofhie- rmarrhge to Mr Moore Octolr 21st last year She exhibited great pa- tClIl and christian fortitude during her lng sufflllng aid sins cheerful ti the end- Futicral services were crJllllucl- dlr 11ev Father Ciarl of loulsvllll a- tlor which the liiturmtnL took place alOalnvood The p111 bears wllSII-V S Mills of Loilsviih W S tins IJn D allr Z W Griffin E G BOIJrfS urd C M ltnrnett of Hnitfoid The nOIlInl offerings were jllcfUSt and iiidicitid tilt high tateeni liarIi tile sympathy ot tte PeOllU uf hart- ford File following irsons wire In nt- Indanc at tb ftuiaiil nrd burial GlIJIguIH While Fiend Lick Springs huh 11111 Mr and Mis W S Mills Miss Cordalia lcCold und IlIthtI Clark of Loulsllll ADABURG June i0Tlie tnnuels ot tthis vici- nltr are getting vaiy rm behind with thell CIolS llI account Ilf the very heavy rains The storm Sunday night dill vary giant damage tu tim nllljolII of the farmers of title vicinity Mr Scott Ambrose took a flyIng trip to No Creek Saturday ZlII Victor Shafer who has been quit Ill with Typhoid fever fat the three weeks Is some ljettr- Mr IHlstI n W Wddlllg who hits bpm quite Itt for tIe past fIe da s InhIroviilgMr IsI Hamilton and Mr phonls Wedding ztttterdi the sunI iiay school at Beech Valley Sunday MrsV Ictorla Mnartln and fttmhly visited relatives at Mnglln Saturday und Sunday Most of the young folks of this place attended the Ice cream sup pr at Magan Saturday night and It- Iortld a swell time Pml lberinitn Gill ot Pheasant Ridge calhd to see Miss Eva Martin Sun day for the tllst tlnw The young folks ct this place tt1e naklng big piejinratica for the fa- 1II0UII Ice cream supper Sat iay night next nt taffy Ky- Mr Ton Hamilton while on lila way to the Ice cream supuer Satllllay- lvenlug captured n whlUl Martin which he says Is the first to be known In this country Mr llnmiltoti Says- Ii Intends to cage the bird sooni and hare It On exhibition Mr Owen Ambrose made n flying trip Into the lllIr Run neighborhood Sunday I Miss Ozona Moshy vt flavtfoid wh has beu visiting relatives itt this IIlnce returned bomeSunda- yRepublicanCounty Cmrnlt tee to MeetIThe member of the CltsR- epublan I Executive Commlttce are hereby called to meet at the court housejn Hartford Ky Saturday July Jrd 1909 ilt 2oclock p in for tho I1urpoot reconznending someone to be I1llpolhted eleIOn commissioner for Ohio County and to transact such othret buslnCf8us may be deemed nd visablp t S RAUlAND Cbmn- JOflNcl KEQN S c r LC FLAYED T- OiBALLO TRUST I Beveridge Compells Corn mittee to Yield Tax on Leaf Tobacco Be Remove IToI Wnsltlngtoii July 1SlImtor Aldrich has withdrawn his objections to toIIurpee lenioving the tax This mantis a grant victoiy CIII the Kentuchy senators and congressnien Following a Slltpch which Senator I flevridgo made In the satiate In- I which lie expressed the methods of tll- I tobacco trust andshowld how It has lIre CIted enolllousl I1t till expense I lof the IILollle he received voluntary I assurances from the senate financeC- OiflhiIiLtLe that the committee will I Lrlng In nmendnints to t lie tariff j bill putting a PeretlIPtorI Stol to two ot the nractices Lf thee tlust by i which It hits cheated thai consunwrs ot- 11I110ldng tobacco find omnessed its conpetitors OIW aniiiiilnient which the cOUl11lttpt iroiiiised to report with a iecoinmiinlntin fir Its passage would ahullsh shOll wlght pacligi sos- moldng i telmcclI at Ii lequhe the I to restate t lie lull weight laek- i ages thllt It soul Uifi the SlIuultlh- An1lrlcm Will rue ci her t1l11lllIlmlut would luohilhilt till giving away ut con 11lI1IS rI tiiizis wit hi tobacco nndclg gainIIld tltOlsIStnutulIllshort ot tho restorathoti or iniietica1lI Ihe futlle Simnish war bhCC mid ht w1ll fight to thut end wllh a iei fah IljlsJlcl lf IIUCClII- iHl I Pilitl out lit his sllIlch to tIHU tody I hat whn tilt xtVaI ihtlush Will ttlt5 well nllllIlld tlit trust which lalll shilit dlht flxlr taxI to lie coiistiiieis ellel not IlllCl litIces 10 COIICorm ii lIh tIl iedulItnxs but tlnt It hl1l1 holding UII Its prlcs to the leel of the war lieriod to extort about 21 000000 a year flom the American 111- 0IIII SIualul DllIldgls props sith311I us he forcibly slntul It to Ihl senate todll tu divert I his sucan of gold from Ihe COUllS C f the tobacco trust lute Ihl tllUSUIy tlr the UnIted StutlSi Sepulor I3ovcilda Ins pot the Tobacco trust on the IUII and It would b glad to comJrullllst by some such lIu kmlUteSIlIl1lor w111 hush thii tight against the trust on the intuit Iuovosltloii If well as cii these cullatolll iset 1 a and will tee that the t1nult takes II yea and 1Illrmltonsumcrs The slJelch made by Sii- ntr BevetIdge today which san en dance ot having blllI IrelnId altr fl I most careful ard pnllstoklng shah ot the subject was generally rcgmhd I by thcso who IIlnId It as being nbSO- Ilnel unanswerable fact icLci1y tiClI nrswet It nil hough Senator Simmons ut North Carolina II Protection Deniocrat asked n few qucstIois which showed his sympathy rc r tie mEt It hind LIII ruiuoixd in tulvaice ot Saunter I Beveiidgo ttiklng Ihe loorthnlJ Sea atur Root of New York who was nt tonic for Thomas F Ryan itt uignn izing tIm trust null whose legal brains shnltd its PolicY would take the floOlI to answer Senator l3evetidge but heat In his sent silt at nid attentIve IluesUonI with- a mine of information 11lout the tublC- co trust irma lie took the floor TheI thorouglinss of lila preparatli was evident fruit lie way be handled his case Ills commlttlc room Pit the floor below looked like a tobacco ItOfl The senator hind sent his office nsslstnnts out Into the niarket to purchase every brand of tobacco made by the trust They gathered togiitlior- a collection of chewing smoking nod snuff tobacco lint would f1nlrW a- very resllctable StOck for n tobac conlst All of these samples were usullI 4 illustrate his points but finally de- cldl11 would nut do so A number of IIInlltol8 ivent 10 his committee room to view the dtsplny Dog Commits Suicide One ot the most startling acts ot- an animal wtllch has ever boci repor ted to have occurred In these parts was the suicide of n St Bernard dog by drowning In Rough Creel near the Hartford bridge Inat Friday morn- Ing At least such is the report of two of llartforths citizens whose veracity has never heretofore Ilt1Jn questioned Messrs San Riley and John lllair were sitting on the platform at the Hartford Mill Coaipauys place of business on that morning and no Ucell the dog pass down the street going towards the bridge They were attracted to him by his size and demeanor They followed his movement until lie hind crossed the brIdge and descended the opposite hauk to the water where he attempted to get In to a small craft which was ancllorClr at a Point Failing In thIs he waded Into the water and began to swini ns though Intending to cross back to the shore front which lie hail prevIously conic but when about mid way the stream the anlmnl ceased to exert any of tOIL to swim fur thier and sank cut of view It Is the hiehiof of these gentlemen that the dog ititenIed to cut his oxlstenN at this time fhie dog which was about eight years old was ownlJd by- Ir henry Pirtle antI Ito reports that he hind lcen suffering flOlI1 some trouble In his hiend for a few days previous to the date before mentIon ed ROSINE June 2S11tutth is very Hoed In this coiuiiiuiiity Farmers are about done 1low- Ithtii CUill CHlpl IIIIlI tIme mUflduws- wl11 soon be ready to cut Those ott the sick list at this wrf ting are Mr llariy Cutumlitib Dud Mrs CulbcrhklI Sunday tchcul is prograMing IIICC- Iat this linac fho ntiv Christian enurehi at tids Iliac ii COlJlllletod It is stiie nice Mt Sltlnllfi Vilson into lisa beeti visiting 1tlallntJ lu1 flhlIlt nt this lilnee for t1w Il1lt brie wltkll ivturn- cii to lila 1101111 at Vilbuin Clcburn Co AI lust Sunday itighit 111 John l3rowml rind wife of Fair- Iaw Visit d Mis nrmlHI sister Attic Iincs lal finally Sutubty ittud Sunday idghitpirs lAtin I limits allli until Mi Ira Ilitits of liendur Jllits visit Ild Toni I hues amid fatally ltst Suiudt- night Ray and Clarence Ilimies Isltld I Itch aunt Mis AUlII thuwnd last Monday night TIlL uldllaton lit I his vIn wilt lIt Ihl third Sunday lu luhy averybod- is invitd to COifle tIHe w tIe lI1a1l11 Is invuted to cuuU There will lie lileiltY of lllnnll oil the grotitud- UICKORY J CHURCH June 30lIre Cundult filled lila reg lar nppoliituicut lucre Saturday lIght anti Sunday Mr I N Haglamt and llnushte1 Miss Eva were at Sugar Groye last e1turda Mr ntlll Mrs l C unlll and chit dron loga1lIp01t were tlc guestS ot Mrs J N IlaIcy Motuday Mrs Snihy Ann Rains returned hiomitd last Suiitlay alter a two weeks visit with relatives lcnr nOlilte- Ir Clellulllt nnll1clI nllll Miss Ethel Raities ltcsltw lllncd at Mr L N Ragland lalt SUmlnr Miss Frances Allen was the guest of Cllene Davis Suuuday Miss Mary Louis Ycuugot St Louis Mo was the guest of Miss I3essi- oTaylcr Jarunglu last Sunday Mrs ota China and Miss ivy Tay- br hirerty ntteuuded church here Sun day Mr J H Raihay andlanuily Simmons are time guests of relatives at this imlace Messrs Everett and Brailey Leach- were the guests of Mr Bert Davis Slll1 day Miss Annie Leach visited I1L Rob Roy Sunday Mr Charles Turnley returned hOI1lE1 after n trip through Tennessee and Arkansas Miss Pracia Rains Rosine was thd guests of Miss Dalnra Leach last Sunday The children of Mr It C Moseley have the whooping cough Mr and Mrs Jesse Torrencc were the guests of MrRlcharll Leach and famltf atunday night and Sunday Sendem t e ONE OF THE- QUEEREST OF US Mexico wonIderrul Man Clothed Only in His Own White Hair Lives in Mexico IndIans from the 1as Playas River headwaters 120 mlles from tho town of Tonnla on the Gulf of Mexico rev lotted at that village last week that the wild man who has haunted the Montana Jnhon DIstrIct for many year has agaIn appeared ThIs mountaIn Is In the stato of Tabasco near the Vera Cruz border hTe old man know by the natives ns el hombre de sllvostro do monty has hIs abode near the Rio de 1as Playas n stream at the foot of the Jabon Mountain and a tributary to the Tancochapl1 River lie Is supped to live In an old abandoned mine ono whIch has not been worked for more than a century according to older men of the dIstrict It Is saId no other person has ventured with In the shaft In the last 50 or moro years hccaure of the many superstitions connected wIth the place Many natives and one American are said to have approached the entrance dur ing the last generation but no one have passed Inside VaUllllre bats an small anImals InhabIt this cave and many weird sounds come from its depthsThe old man Is known to have liv ed In the neighborhood for moro than 50 years and In that time Is saId not to have apokem with n living soul lie Is thought to be Spanish because of the clearness of his skin When seen recently by hunters hIs haIr and heard were white and long and hIs body env- ntiroly covered wIth white haIr Ho Is quite oldprobably 90 yearsas nearly liS cnn II e jUllogd from the many storIes tolll by those who claIm to have ttU Wm 7ho old man has been apprracbetl to withIn a distance of easy convenmlloll hut when ad dressed uttered a few Incoherent sounds and tau Into the wuolls lie Is harmless cod Iii JHII to have nev ev IIlIown tight5 when ullllIOaelled Th fact that he carries constantly a how and arrows would ludlenle that heI eats flesh UllIl fowl ni wolf as fruits and herbs As for clothing lie woars- abeclutuly nothing at lent when lie has been IOU his cruckld old frame has been drulell Iu uctlling except the lung white huh which lovers his body Three years lj1J the old mnn was seen near this ulJnudculu udue hut soul afterward all trace or hIm was lost till some days aqo ThIs time he was sten hy RII chi Indian who was parsing duwu ltlo las Ilays In u canoe lie rep its the old lUan as Lehng much more fcublo tuna whuu last scan lIud biB rants ale of I- Iwllour nature Ito did not run ng In i goer years but lustead rolloked- hleut slid Ltughcd In u uiest lddeo7M- tnai nor making faces at the lndlan and coulllldlllg Llirrulf gerurally In tao way helomlllE u half wittud po- rtn The old Ulan is said to have never Lad II rxlnllotdun Ut tlrice weird life btt ho Is supilosed to lave booomo I Cemented wizen nwmc than GO YIIlII- Ifcl he rolnrltel1 to his home In II 1 rat by village and found hIs young wlo nlllrdlrJcl Thu slrcek is sup I ed to hive tniLld IIs mind to lIe tnle uulmhlIcd and lie Immediately l reaatell tltriryell from the rest or- 11Iulllnd lIe Is not feared by th- eter Indlars slid Mexlcnlis of thin t ofthowny Bstrint Iut ho has rved as the 1osoy man who will fel unruly clllidroll Ida name is muchn rcd by tIe little ants lu the n get unruly children Ills nnmo Iii much fasted lIy ILo llttlo ones In te nolghIJcrlltoll and In their mind Le Is capable of ninny terrible thIngs Arid It is not strangu to relate 1ho terrible longhaired wild luau neer molests well bebaved children When Were You Born Hors Is opportunity to hue II IIttlo- inJOcont fun nt the expelfO or your friends and tit tle same time attaIn II reputnUlm not as a man who peer fur back luto the past Direr t your frlollll to place the palms ot his hands tugullllJr Interlace his fingers and fold one thumb over the other When he atlas why he should do Ulnt toll him you want to ascertain whether lio was burn Jim the mornIng or In the afternoon Uy nmirning Is meant the entire perlcd from 12 oclock midnight to 12 oclock noon Dr agfternoom tte period from 12 oclock noon to 12 oclock tniduighi After he has placed his thumbs one over the other loqk at them carefully 1f1Lu rIght thumb Is over tho left thumh tell him he was born In the morning It the left thumb Is over the right thumb toll him ho was born In afternoon I have tried It ott hundreds ot persons the organIst ot an Episcopal Church SaId and never once have I known It to fall I make no attempt to explain WhY that difference in placing the thumbs exists between those born in the morning and those born In the afternoon Ot course when you ask your frIend to told hIs hands and Interlace his tigers and cross his thumbs you must not give hIm an InkIng of the secret That probably would spoil It because ho would not place hIs thumbs In II nat ural wayNow York Press Voting With the Opposition The Senator from Iowa will be II wiser man after It Is over said Mr Bailey The Senator from Texas has voted with the Senator from Rhode Island oftener than I have retorted Mr Cum mlnBReport of Senate proceedIng Really and truly a remarkable roe cord To have voted agaInst his party and with the Democrats and FreeTraders appears to the Iowa Senator to be something to boast of TIme was when voting with the oppo- sItion on a cardInal principal and a vital question was not regarded as an altogether praiseworthy perfor mance But times have changed A Senator from a Republican State and elected by Republican votes can vote with the enemIes and against the frIends of Protection and be proud of It How long at this rate will Protection remaIn the cardinal prin cIple of the Republican party how long before Protection will be look fug to the Democratic party for sup tart That seems to be the trend of things Protection in the South Maybe not In four years but the time Is not fur oft when loth VirginIa and North Carolina will give a Repub IIcan majority In oho national else flan saId J R Ruffin ot Roanoke Va general freight agent of the Nor folk and Western Railroad at the Raleigh I think PresIdent Taft has slezell- UII the situation correctly The wishes he expressed In his addresses at- 1etershurg and Charlotte I believe will bo realized It will he a good thIng for the South when there are two strong political parties The nlgtO- Is uo longer a factor In politics Inmost States be Is requIred to read and write and pay hIs poll tax before being qualified to vote and com para tIely few of thom meet these rev flulIIements Our people In the South believe In Protection and generally speaking- In Republican policIes Wo have had enough of Bryanistn I was born anG raised a Democrat hut I am not a Bryan Democrat and did not tole for him I voted for McKinley and Roosevelt and last fall for Taft and I would vote uglllll for hIm us against Bryan It Is the same wIth a very- large number of Southern Democrats Tho thInkIng people of the South can not stand for the Democracy ropro seated by Bryannshlngton Post Dont Got a Divorce A western judge granted a divocu- uu account of lIItemper and had broath nr Kings New LIfo Pills would JIIIO prevented IL They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the lil tomhlor dispel oohllll bnnlsLod heudaehoB conquo- chlllil 2tc at all druggists rn North Carolina Prefers Protection hlO people of Norh Carolina mak- no secret of their dlsllleatmrc ut the utloranco of forrrer Governor Glenn a tow days ago whon ho took occa- sIon to nttnclc tile North Carolina dlllolatloll In Congress said tormer Senator George L Morton of 1Vi- lniIn ton Nit now rlelker pro toni poro of the Nurilt Carolina lrtgisla turn at the Ralrlgn It does riot come In good grace trom Governor Glonn 1thilo the platform declared for Tariff for rev omen only the Democratic party made no war on capital however Invested and III fraudug a new Tariff the par ty believed theta would hI ample rap purtunily to afford incidental Iro teellol1 to those Interets that want aid It is n revenue bill framed on the lines of the party Senator Slmmonll and all the campaign speahora made that petal III their speeches Governor Glenn crlticiecd not one Y the two Senators for voting fart n Proleetlve duty on lumber hut he took bccnsloll to crltlclso time entire delegation In Congres saying that 111 olden times wizen Congresenien could not carry out the wIsheS of theIr constituents they ro5igned This Bart of talk will not do tit former Governor any lcoll In North Carolina lie was practically discredited when ho ran for Senator In the last ccn atonal fight and was beaten by Sun poor Overman Ho has Goon a candl data for the Senate over stnce he became Governor and It ho keeps on talking IS lie dId recently lie novel will attain tits ambItion I fear WashIngton Pcst Our Distillery located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey product ing District CountyKentucky t Oldfashionedwhiskiesmade an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask C 000troUe4 Pdaoab7r1 Tsan C l Q c 1 INCORPORATED tSklifhCf t1Uf1SE- SPaducah Ky 201203205 Lower Street II Cairo Ill Ind JNew Orleans La Lone Phone 281 A rTYouPaytheExpress Paokedin Jugs or Bottles as you wish Red Rock No1 Nelson County BourbonLincoln County Tenn Jack Daniela DrtUlery 200 per piMaryland Rye Baltimore Md 200 per piJack No1 Straight Kentucky Whiskey 200 per piWhite or Yellow Whlakey sun house 200 per gal Robertson County Tenn CreenbdarDistalery 200 per gal Red Rock X Band Made Sour Mash Bourbon 250 per Ira Red Rock xx hand Made Sour Mash Botubon 300 per gal Red Rock xxx hand Made Sour Mash Bourbon 350 per gal Red Rock Spedk Stralabt Kentucky Bourbon 400 per Ira Mou Roe Rye Best In our Stock 600 per Ira Sherwood Rye Baltimore Maryland t00 per gal White Label Rye Straight Rye Whiskey 250 per gal Jack Beam Nelson County Kentucky 250 per gal Early Times Nolaon County Kentucky 800 per Ira Jack Danlela Straight Tennessee whiskey 250 per gal Greenbrlar Greenbrier DLtIUeA Robertsoa County Tenn 3oo per piG- uckenhelmer Rye 300 per Ira Robertson County Tenneuee WhlakeyA 150 per Ira North Carolina White Corn whfakeyA Jugs 160 per gal Old Fox Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey Only L50 per piApple Brandy Clermont D atalingCo4200 to 400 per lraL Peach Brandy Clermont DlatlhltagCo 200 to 600 per gal Rock and Rye 200 per Ira Peach and honey 200 per gaL Gin and Domeatle200 to 400 per Ira Gene Gin Imported 600 per caL Alcohol ZOq260300 and 400 per gal Bottlodin Bond Whiskies 4 eta Sets IZ sta 11000JackOld Taylor Franklin County Kentucky 400 760 lLoo- Farmdate Rye JeRereon County Kentucky 400 760 1100 Old DaRby Nekton County 400 760 1100 Times Nelson County Kentucky 460 850 1200 Red Ito Jeaeraon County Kent1W 460 850 1200 II NOT MANY DEAD LY POISONS Only One Hundred and Six ty Quickly FatalDrugs A Third of These are Alkaloidsla Few Animal and Compounds There arc only about Ho deadly polsons known to science raid an expert In polren hero the other day Of those lCO quickly fatal drugs one third are allialchs and more thai a score are complicated animal and vopotable poisons not yet fully elllSsl fled rclalj knit cf the total linen bar or known pclrcns are chemical raritiesact things that ever ge Into the Cornos reports or these 160 kinds of poison HI per cent ac directly on the bruIn or on the spina cord either by bringing ou UUCOIIS- UotSICSB or by stimulating the mInd to such nn extent thlll delirium foe lows 54 per cent effect the resplra thou and only a little more that 4 per cent the heart primarily Near- fy 40 per cent are irritant poisons and the rest Lave a mixed action on the human body Arsenic for exampl produces almost the same symptom as AsIatic cholera phosplnores pro duce jaundice and strychnhtos 01- fects resemble a cato of lockjaw Al these symptoms cr course are ties o that precede death when a fatal dose has been taken A good many ot these poisons oro dangerous to manufacture Mercuric methlde for Instanco brings mallne8s to those who work too long at mak Ing It A gee rises from It that f not ImmedIately fatal but which causes temporary Insanity whIch may of course become permanent Potassium bIchromate Is anotlJcr dangerous chemIcal and one that iI used la largo quantities commercially The workmen who breathe In the duet that rIses from the manufacture of this deadly polson finally losthelr noses For that reason theca who work over this chemical have their traces protected by respirators Even then the dust Is so fine and lust dlous that they do not escape entireJ i nl N4rf DbfWS tr Neu 7 816 Watrla Nison oqkafukV bth 01110 X XphU ahyerePOrtLaSrenarnlatnd Dist Beam Corn In Imported Kentucky Early Rock ill To Our Customers Every wo sell conforms fully to the requirements of the National Pure Food Law Every drop we sell is subject proval If you are not entire pleased from any cause return the goods at our and your money will be refunded Wo understand fully the advan tage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day force at all our houses We spare no 1trouble or expense to make ship first express and guar antee sate delivery of orders For the benefit of the RE HANDLER we bottle any whiskey ilst ten shortmeasure pints or twenty half pints at the regular gallon rate We will four quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender Is rated In Dun or Brad street otherwiso send money order exchange or registered letter Do not send currency or silver in the open Buying whiskey by mail Is- largely n matter of confidence We want to treat you in a way to deservo confidence and good will Purity quality prompt shipmentupon things we are depending to gain and your patronage GOO H Goodman Rlr Any Bank or Expresa 0I ly and many suffer from painful atfec- tions of the skIn The horses that work about the factory where this potasslc bIchromate Is made on u largo scale are mostly lame The dust gets Into theIr hoofs and causes sores yanldo of potlrssuin looks so much like sugar that the workmen lu the factories where It Is made keep theIr mouths bandaged to help them the temptation to cat some of pinch of this poison Is fatal instantly as every one knows It Is used In the separation of gold from the other metals with whIch It Is faunal In the earth and thousands of tons of this particularly deadly pelrcn are employed fcr that puricse every year all over the world Sono of these poisons have boon known for ages Prnsslc acid then called the poison et the peach was used lIy tlo Egyptians before the pyramids were bum They wore the first to dstlll the poison from pencil tilts Corrosive sublimate was ono of the favorite 7oiLona or Charles lX of France lIe offered a large prize for antidotetfor It A physician came to dm ono Kinglthe meat that day and made hint take n fatal demo of corrosive sublimate The antidote was udmllllmcrcd lame dlately but oho cools died notwith- standIng The King had the doctor taken out and hanged so his spIrit foe lowed the cooks In less than a quarter of an hour In Memory or Aurora Louise the llttlo dough Iter and only child of Mr and Mrs E W York who dIed June 19th 1909 aged 1 yenta 9 mouths and 10 days The bereaved parents have the sympathy of theIr many friends but Ood Js the ono grunt friend who can coin fort and console them In thIs sad hoes r of sorrow He will help us to bear lour burdens if we will only look to him Weep not dear parents for lIt tie Aurcra we know It Is very hard- r to give up your only darling but re member she hoe gone to live with Jesus where there Is no sorrow or suffering She to waiting slid watch lug for you and with hot little hands beckoning como and it you will but trust In the Heavenly Father when your fInal summons comes you will again meet Aurora In that upper and better kingdom vhero no sorrows porparting o1er come A FRIEND r f 4 L moneys u Expressems Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In tugs ordy200 pergal Brookdale Straight Whiskey In jugs 225 per Ira hail 2 gal 1rd Old Mcllaney Whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight L75 Smoky tanCorn WhllkeylOO pro- oflurestralghtwbiakey280 650 825 hit 4ts iZgo Bourbon or 415 t or Rye 300 615 860 Canadian White Rye 850 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 750 lLoo Red Rock Special Straight Kentucky Bourbon 450 850 ZOO t MouRoseRyeBeatlnourStock6501050 1500 1 615 850- i Peach Brandy Clermont 675 850 Brand California 900 675 860 Imported t00 760 1100 Lincoln County Tennoaaee 300 675 860 FOR THE REHANDLER All In Plain Caso or Cask Expross Propaid lieBottle settles Tennessee Whiskey unlabeled 1900- Nelllln Co Kr Whiskey unlabeled 100 pint 2700 240- 0PrlrateStockllyetabeledlOOplnta3000 Whlakey100ptnta 3350 3000 Old DomInJon Rye100 pinta 9750 8t00 SENATOR DRABLY I TO HEMP And by Humor ot Speech Gets the Duty Increased on Jute A bit of humor added to tho force of an argument won for Senator Brad Icy of Kentucky the rare distinction comITo protect the lienrp growers Bradley wanted It tariff on jute coin I holds with It Soma of tie things jlla said Were I I U there Is anything lu this world I that Is Imported Into the United States lice that is absolutely a source of disgust to all American eiUzen It is jute Laughter Where does jute come from Wlm are tho people Who make jute lIeatLernll yclkw non I spotted iron everything on earth but white men so out and work In the fIelds I hud somo pictures ot some ot them the other day J wish you could them They have never found out that tho day ot fig Is past Laughter Anti that sort uf degraded laker that ward In tree America by nllowlllg jute to como to your shores unprotected I appeal to the Senate for justice I1n this maUer It Is true I come from State of Kentucky but I nm not ashamed of that There Is- no better state on this earth than Koutucley Kentucky II like n mans wife was when she said that there never was n better woman than she was us long as lien husband let have her own way Laughter Why should we not have thIs pro tectlon What Is the reason why we should not have It Are we 11 part of thIs country or noU pay more Internal laughter than any state in thIs UnIon except Laughter I hope that the occupants of the galleries will be In order Laughter I surely do not desIre to ho the tn- nbcent cnUtt o any trouble In the Senate I have not made anYbody mad thIs session I have not been man neithe 1 am not going to- bo mad unless the Senate refuses to give mea tanrton jute thug tor Then 1 reserve the right to myself r rS K r We intend to make every transakction- 8o satisfaCtory to each customer that itwill be a pleasure for him to give us his business Your worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South V Second Evansville Vegetable resIstI We Paythe Rye only Whlakey290 850 Mono Monogram RyefJ 700- PawndaleBourbon ADplBundyClermontDiatlWngCo900 DiatiliiogCo300 Apricot Apricot Brandy Shlpmonts 1ha plnta2200 215- 0ShadJSprtnnStrallrht While HANGS whIch They see IcvesI the would her We two to get mad and to stay mad during the remaInder of the sessIon Bravo Fire Laddles receive severe burns putting lout fires then use Bucldens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greatest healer QuIckly cures Skin Eruption Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons best 25e at all druggIsts m w The Telephone Girl The telerhere GIrl sIts In tier chair everInil the news Sho knows who Is happy arid rvhro has the blues She Imows all our sorrows she knows all our joys chtslngiShe knows of our troubles 6bo- I knows ot our strife She knows every man who Is moon to his wIfe She knows the times when wore out with the boys She hears the excuses each fellow employes She knows every woman who hM a dark past toIIn fact theroll a secret neath each saucy curl Of telephonoStIIIl tho telephone girl would ten all sho knows It wou turn nil our Criend into bitter t toes She s Id sow a small wind that galeEngul land us in ja f She gainiwow suefShe t all the churches mix Andur days Into sorrowing I uld keep all the town If teeth part of thee p Noput your head in aJ hat yoU oweto the 1At I r 1 j 1i f t 4- f i i f l t 1S to r4t j 4 L4 ONE Of TIE- QUEEREST OF US Mexico Contains this Won derful Being Man Clothed Only in His Own White Hair Lives in Mexico Indians from the Las Playas bead waters 120 miles from the town of Tonal ou the Gulf of Mexico reported at that village last week that the wild man who has haunted the Montana Jallon District for many year has again appeared ThIs mountain Is In the state of Tabasco near the Vera Cruz border hTe old man know by the natives as el hombre de sllvcstre de monte has his abode near the Rio de las Playas a stream at the foot ot the Jabon Mountain and a tributary to the Tancochapa River lie Is suppos ed to live In an old abandoned mine one which has not been worked for more than a century according to older men of the district It Is said no other person has ventured with In the shaft In the last 50 or more years because of the many superstitions connected with the place Many natives and one American are said to have approached the entrance dur Ing the last generation but no one have passed Inside Vampire hats an small animals Inhabit this cave and many weird sounds come from Its depthsThe old man Is known to have lived In the neighborhood for more than 50 years and In that time Is said not to have spoken with a living soul Ire Is thought to be Spanish because ot the clearness of his skin When soon recently by hunters his hall and heard were white and long and his body en tirely covered with white hall Ho Is quite oldprobably 90 yearsas nearly liS can be judegd from the many stories told by those who claim to have seen Iilm The old man has been Ullllrraclll to within a distance of easy conversation hut when addressed uttered a few Incoherent Sounds and run Into the woods lie Is ImrmloMs mid It said to hue nev- cv SHown rIhL wlllm approached TIt fact that lie ClII11l1i constantly a bow and arrows would indicate that he cats flesh turd fowl al wall as fruits and herbs As bear clothing lie woars- absciutoly nothing It lent when ho has boon stun his cracked old tramo has been draped lea ncthfug except the long white hall which covers his body Three yenrs ago the old nimm was seen near this abandoned mite hut soot afterward all trace of him was lost till some dUB aao This time lie was scan by Rn tld Indian who was passing down Rio las Playas In a canoe lie rcputs the old man as behig much more feeble ttiun w lien lntt stai Iud Ills uulks are of a wluer nature Ito did not run its inf rmer years but Instead frolicked about steal htuilcd III a most hideous moat ner mUklllg faces I1t the Indian and conducting hlluolC generally In t10 way hoeollllllg II halfwittod her tnIho old man is said to bavo never Lad a twnipanlnn III thts weird life btl lJO is supposed to have become Cemented when mare than GO years aAI he returned to his home III U 1 carby I1IUIoe and fuullli his young we murdered Thu shock Is sup lK sd to hove tatted his mind to be- cmu uuhnlanccd and ho lutuetlfately- sgregntell h4innit from the relit of l11ullllld lie II not foared by th- etler Indians sad Mexicaua of thin t tofthoway Uiitrlert Let he hast ved as the bogey noun who will fet unruly chlillreJL his name Is much cared by ltu little once in the o act unruly children Ills name Is nueh feared IIY Uo little ones In tol1olghllerhcod tlld In their minds io Is Clllillbio of nUtny terrible things And It is not strange to relate the terrible longhaired wild Wan noor molests wellbehaved children When Were You Born hero Is oppoitunlty to hue II little iJlJocent fun nt the oxpenve or your friends and at Uc same time attain n reputation not teas n man who can peer far back Into the past UIIect your frlond to placo the palms of his hands together Interlace his fingers and fold one thumb over tho other When ho asks why he should do that tlll him you want to ascertain whether he was horn lea the morning o- 1a r the afternoon IJy nwnning hi meant the entire pcrlcd from 12- ociock midnlpht to 12 oclock noon Dr agite1llooll tie period from 12 oclock noon to12 oclock midnight Alter he has placed his thumbs one over the other loqk at thorn carefully If the right thumb Is over tlJo left thumb tell him he was born In the mor ingIr the left thumb is over the rlgbt thumb tell him ho was born In afternoon I have tmiect it on hundreds of per EpiscopalInever once known It to fall I make no attempt to explain why that difference In placing the thumbs exists between those born In time morning and those born In the afternoon Of course when you ask your friend to fold his hands and Interlace his tIgers and cross his thumbs you must not give him nn Inking of the secret That probably would slIoli It because ho would not place his thumbs In a nat ural wayNew York Press Oppositionr a wiser man after It Is over said Mr Dalley The Senator from Texas has voted with the Senator from Rhode Island oftener than I have retorted Mr Cum mlnsRellort of Senate proceeding Really and truly a remarkable ree cord To have voted against his party and with the Democrats and FreeTraders appears to the Iowa Senator to be something to boast of Time was when voting with the oppo sltlon on a cardinal principal and a vital question was not regarded as an altogether praiseworthy performance But times have changed A Senator from a Republican State and elected by Republican votes can vote with the enemies and against the friends of Protection and be proud or It How long Ilt this rate will Protection remain the cardinal principle of the Republican party how long before Protection whit be look lug to the Democratic party for sup llOrt That seems to be the trend of things I Protection in the South Maybe not In four years but the time Is not far off when both Virginia and North Carolina will give a Repub Bean majority In the national elec tion said J R Ruffin of Roanoke Vu general freight agent of the Nor folk and Western Railroad at the Raleigh I think President Tart has siezed- up the situation correctly The wish es he expressed In his addressee ut Petersburg and Charlotte I believe will be realized It will be a good thing for the South when there are two strong political parltes The negro Is no longer a factor In politics In most States he Is required to read and write and pay his poll tax before being qualified to vote and c01llpar- athely few of thorn moet these re quurements Our people In the South believe In Protection and generally streaking In Republican policies We have had enough of Bryanlsm I was born ant raised a Democrat hut I ani not a tlryan Democrat and did not vote for him I voted for McKinley and Roosevelt and last fall for Taft and J would vote agalll for him all against Bryan It Is the same with a very- large number of Southern Democrats Fire thinking people of the South can not stand for the Democracy rOJlN seated by DryanWashlngton Post Dont Get a Divorce A western judge granted a dlvoce- on account of llItemper and hall broath Dr Kings New Life Pills woulll have prevented It They cure Constipation cuutilllg bad breath and Liver Trouble the Ill ell1Jel dlspol colds banished headaches conquo chills 25c at nil druggists eat North Carolina Prefers Protection The pe0pla of North CarolIna nmkl- no secret of their displeasure at the uttaanco of former Governor Glenn n tow dugs ago wham ho took occasion to attach the North Carolina delegation In Congress sad loriner Senator Georgo L Morton of VII nluxtoll Nt now rlloker ino tom poro of the Nut111 Carolina leglsla- Utre at the Ra1rlIIIIt does trot como good grace from Governor Glenn While the platform declared for Tariff for rev 011110 only the Democratic patty made no war on capital however Invested turd lea rrallllnJ a now Tariff the par ty believed there would III ample opportunity to afford Incldontal Pro tection to thelie interests that wanted It lR a revenue bill trained on thee lines of the party Senator Simmons and at the caumpatgn slenlwrs mado that polut III their speeches Governor Glenn crltlclcd not only the two Sentore for voting for a Protective duty on lumber but he took tJccaslon to crltlelse the entire delegation In Congres saying that In uldentimes when Congrosemep could not carry out the wlshe oC their coustlluents they rcr lgncd This sort of talk will not do th former Gov ernor any good In North Carolina lie was practically discredited when ho ran for Senator In the last ten atonal fight and was beaten hy Sun Iltor Overman Ho has been a candh date for the Senate ever since he became Governor and If he keeps on talking as lie did recently he novae tiv111 attain life ambition I fear WashIngton Pest Our listllJeryis located in the heart of the worlds greatest- whiskey producing District Nelson County Kentucky Oldfashioned whiskiesmade in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery I Try usthats all we ask Dy c 1 INCORPORATED YouPaytheExpress Packed In Jugs or Bottles as you wish Red Rock No1 Nelson County Dourlon2 00per piLincoln County Tenn J ck Daniels Distillery 200 per pi piJckpiRobertaon galReda1Red I peraaLSherwoodWhile Label Rye Straight Whiskey oliO per pIJack Beam Nelson County Kentucky 2tO per piEarly Times Nelson County Kentucky 800 per gal Jack Dulel Straight Whiskey 250 per gal Greenbrlar Greenbrlar DlatlUery County Tenn 800 per piG- uckeahefmCl Rye 300 per gal galNorthOld Fox Kentucky Bourbon Whlby Only 150 piApple Brandy Clermont DtatlWng Co200 400 gal Peach handy Clermont DiatiUingCo 200 600 piRock end Rye 200 per gal Peach and honey 200 per PI- HolInd Gin ImpOrted and Domestic00 400 per gal Geneva Gin a00per- galAlcohol200f260t300 and 400 per Ira Bottled In Bond Whiskies 4qtJ lets pts 81000JackOld Taylor Franklin CountJ Kentucky 400 750 lLO- OFnnelale Jeflereon County Kentucky 400 750 1100 Old Basby Nelson County Kentucky 400 750 1100 Early Times Nelon County 460 860 1200 Red Rock 117 JefIeraon County KentyckJ O 8W l200 IrNOT MANY DEADLY POISONS Only One Hundred and Six ty Quickly Fatal Drugs A Third of These are Alkaloidsla Few Animal and Vegeta ble Compounds There are only about ICU deadly poisons known to raid an expert In hero tIle other day Of those lCO quickly fatal dritgsoue third are alkaloids and more than a score are complicated IInlmlll and vogotable poisons not yet fully classl- fiod Neraly Lnl cf tile total number of known liclrcDs are cllontla- lraritiesact things that ever got Into the Cornets reports Of these 160 kinds of Poitou 1J pcr cent ad directly on the brain or Ol the spinal cord either by bringing on uncollsll- 0ISleS8 or by stimulating the mind to such nil extent that delirium fol lows 6ik per cent effect the Icsplra- tlon and only II little more than 4 per cent the heart primarily Near ly 40 per cent are Irritant poisons and the rest Lave a mixed actibn on time human body Arsenic for examplo produces almost the same symptom as Asiatic cholera phosphorus pro daces jaundice and strychnines et toots resemide a caeo of lockjaw All these symptoms course are those that precede death when n fatal dose line been taken A good many ok these poisons aro dangerous to manufacture Mercuric methille for instance brings madness to those who work too long lit making It A gas rises from It that Is not Immediately fatal but which causes temporary Insanity which may of course become permanent Potassium bichromate Is anotho r dangerous chemical and one that 1 used In largo quantities commercially The workmen who breathe In the dust that rises from the manufacture of this deadly poison finally losethel noses For that reason there wllo work over tills chemical have their faces protected by respirators Ever then the dust Is so fine and insi- dloU8 that they do not entire j M ArglN41r4r4f afENf r Nor 7 dfk Dleirlet RIOM OOgtfsatfa 0 V- Geatrdlsd the Ota0 S OOODKAlf OOXlAHT xnnn1I1IncLpaduoabXi MemphUTena tnuyaportL Rye Tennessee Robertson per to per to per to ImpOrted l2 Rye Kentucky science lolrcn cr escape OJ To Our Customers Every we sell conforms fully to the requirements of the Everydropproval you are not entirely pleased from any cause return the goods at our and your money will be refunded We understand fully the advan tage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day at all our houses We spare no trouble or make shipImenta by firsexpress and antee safe delivery of orders For the benefit of the 1RB HANDLER we bottle whiskey liste ten shortmeasure- pints or twenty half pints at the l regular gallon rate j We will ship four quarts of 200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender is rated in or Brad street otherwise send money order exchange or registered letter Do not send currency or slIver in the open Buying whiskey by mail Is la ely a matter of confidence We want to treat you in a way to confidence and good willyour prompt shipmentupon these things wo are depending to gain and your patronage Goo H Goodman CotReba Any Bank sr Express Oq ly and minty suffer from painful atfee dons or the skin The horses that work about the factory where this potllsslc chromate Is made on a largo scale are mostly lame The dust gets Into their hoofs and causes sores yanido or potassum looks so much like sugar that the workmen In the fac torIes where It Is mllde keep their mouths bandaged to help them resist time temptatlou to eat sonic of It A pinch of this 110100n Is fatal Instant ly as every one knows It Is used In the separation of gold tram the other metals with which It Is found In the earth and thousands of tons of this particularly deadly loiren are employed fer that purpose every year all over the world Some of these poisons have been known for ages Prussic acid then called the IlOlron of the peach was used by tile Egyptians before the pyramids wore built They wore the first to Mill the poison from peach pits Corrosive suJlImnto was one ot the favorite poisons or Charles IX of France He offered a large prize for any one who would fund an antidote for It A pbysieian came to him one day to claim tho reward The King sent tor his cook who had burned the meat that day and mode him take n fatal dose of corrosive tiubllmat The antidote was admlnltorcd lmnte dlately but the cook died notwith standing The Icing Itall the doctor taken out and hanged so its spirit tot lowed the ccols In less than a quarter of an hour In Memory Of Aurora Louise the littlo daughter and only child or Mr and Mrs E W York who died Juno 19th 1909 aged 1 years 9 mouths and 10 days The bereaved parents have the sym Jlilthy of their mnuy friends but Cod its time one groat friend who can corn fort and console them In this sad hour off sorrow He will help us to rear our burdens It we will only look to him Weep not dear parents for little Aurora wo know It Is very hard to givo up your only darling but re- I member she has gone to live with Jesus where there Is no sorrow or uttering She Is waiting and watch lug for you and with her little hands buttrustyour float summons comes you will again meet Aurcrain that upperanti sorrowsnorparting it r f the Express Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In fup onlyi200 Rye Straight Whiskey In jugs only 225 per gal hlL lick Ira Old McUaney Whlby 100 Pure Straight 575 860 Smoky Meuntab Corn Whlakey100 pro- ofPureStralghtwhtakey280 650 825 C rats lqh Rota Monogram Bourbon or 415 700 300 675 O Rod Rock Special Straight Kentucky 460 860 1200- Moae Rose Rye In Our SLock U0 1060 1600 Apple Brandy 300 676 860 Brandy Clermont DiatllSogCo 300 675 B60 Brandy California 300 675 860 Apricot Brandy ImpOrted t00 760 11- 00LtncolaCountyTenneuee300 675 860 FOR UREHANDLER In Plain Caso- or Cask lira 12e 6 4Bottle Battles Tennessee x Shady Springs Straight Whiskey 100pinte 8360 Old Domlnlon 3750 8100 4 SENATOR DRADLY I HANGS TO And by Humor ot Gets the Duty on Jute A bit or humor to the force of all argument won for Senator Brad Icy of Kentucky the rare dIstinction comIreport blll To I protect the hemp growers Bradley wanted a tariff on jute which com thingsiI lint is Impolted Into the United States lice Is absolutely a source ot- 1l18g1st to nu AmerIcan citizen It Is jute Laughter Where does jute come Iron are the people ho make jute HenUe1l1s y 1kw mon I spotted mcn on earth but white mueu They go out and work In the fields I hall some plctures of some of them the other lay I wIsh you could ace thorn They have found out the day of fig leaves Is Laughter And That Is the sort of derrnded labor you reward In America by allowIng Jute to como to shores unprotected I appeal to the Senate for justice I In this matter It Is true I come from the State of but I nm not ashamed of that There is- no better state on this earth than Kentucky Kentucky ii like u mans was when she said there was n better woman than she was us long as her would let her have her own way Laughter protectionshould not haVe It Ate wo n part of this country or We pay moro internal laughter Ulan any state In Union except two Laughs or I hope that the occupants of the galleries will be In order Laughter I surely do not desire to bo the In- ncelt caure of any trouble in the Senate I have not made anybody this session I have not been man ult4c i am not going to beIiad unless the Senate refuses to give ll1ea tariff on jute Then L reserve the right to myself 4- a s + 7 pj1 1- We intend to make- every h transAction- so satisfactory to eachcastomer that will beapleasure for him to give us L his business Your moneys worth a deal tthebusiness goodand ours is the largest business of its kindiin South 1 IpadUWe Paythe pVPID- rookdale proof Whlakey29I RyeUiOFawndrleDourbonorIiye iCreacentDourhon Beat ClermontDistlllingCa reach AprIcot THE All Shipments Exprosa Propaid IiPrlvate8takltyelabeledSOoo WhltoRy1OOplnta HEMP Speech Increased added that Who evorytldng never that past that treo your Kentucky wife that never husband not this mild Laughter to get mad and to stay mad during the remainder of the session Bravo Fire Lnddles often receive severe burns out fires then use Ducklens Arnicah It Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts mid Bruises Its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruption Old Sores Dolls Ulcers Felons best 25c at all druggists m The Telephone Girl The telephone girl sits la her chair And listens to the voice front every 1I where Site hears nil the gossip site hears I all the news She I IhasShe knows all our sorrows she knows all our joys ch1slngj sheI i 1toShe knows the times when were out with the boys She hears the excuses each fellow I employes I She knows every woman who has ldark past tJII In fact theros a secret nerth each saucy curl or tl1o quiet demuro looking teloplmone girl- It all4knowsIt dul turn nil our frlend Into bit Itttrr t foes She won d sow a small wind that- soul mint be a gale En inhillSho gain1n o sueforSho mbd7And turn 4nightI townJimaIt ihied tell a tooth part Of theI knewNow i r i head In JWle1 t lv P UNITED STATES BIG TREASURY Vault Holds 500000000 of Emergency Currency Built of Steel With Electric Alar SystemWonderful Sight to Behold Tourists rarely will see one of the most imposing of the new sights In vaultjInbe stored The vault which was begun under the administration of As sistant Secretary Louis A Coolidge is an accomplishment which he properly is very proud is completed and in working order except that the telephone connection was inavertently omittedIt in the northwest corner of the division of Issue and its roof is twentyfive feet below the surface of the street and five feet below the sub basement of the Treasury building In fact it Is almost under the foundation stones of the building itself for they protrude into the vault on the south side and form a convenient shelf which the clerks find useful as a tem porary receptacle for packages which they are assembling to take upstairs The vault Is reached only by an electric elevator which opens only Int the office of the chief of the divi sion of Issue It is wholly of steel an about flftyflye feet long by twenty feet wide and eighteen feet high and is divided into two stories The second story line a grated floor like that of a marine engine room and both floor are fitted with stacks much like those in use in public libraries Bank notes are printed in four forms of uniform size viz four mites and two one hundreds three tens and one twenty and four tens The fifties and one hundreds are cut up into sheets and nil are made up into packages of 1000 sheets each in which form they fit accurately into the pigeonholes of which there are about 15000 The AldrIchVreeland emergency cur rency act requires the printing of 480 000000 of the new money and al ready about 320000000 has come from the hired vault owned by the trust company here where it has beenstored and placed in the new vaultThe new banknotes differ from the old only in bearing the words Se cured by United States bonds or other 1111supplanttion The government plan is that the emergency currency shall be prac tically the same as that secured by United States bonds the only differ ence being that when the notes are Issued on securities other than gov ernment bonds the bookkeepers of the department keep a record of the issue and the notes are taxed in accordance with the provisions of the roomThe new vault is used for reserve stores only the money is actually issued from the old vault opening out from the office of the division of is sue four flights up Seventeen miles of fine wire are wound around this steel cavern and the slightest disturbance of anyone of these tiny wires the like of which you see in the glass door would sound a bell In the main office of the West ern Union Telegraph company in P street and in a jiffy the department would be notified During the hours when the vault is officially open this signal would be disconnected or disregarded but the moment the vault is closed the Western Union by contract with the government fixes sleepless eyes upon the signal boxes The amount of bank circulation outstanding of the old form is about 590000000 The now act provides for the Issue of 480000000 and during the last year about 120000000 of the new currency has been taken out Every day the teams of the bureau of engraving and printing bwring to the office of the division of issue about 500000 which is recorded and taken down the electric elevator to the waiting vault below Every package is numbered with the number of bank for which it has been printed and the packages are arranged in numerical order beginning with the oldest chartered bank The notes In the name of the National City bank of New York City occupy 393 pigeon holes and as the smallest packages contains 40000 the total sums is larger than the greatest kings ransom At The First Census One of the clerks of the Census Bur eau estimates that there were less than 30000 surnames in the United Statestn179O at the time ithp first 1 1 j census was taken Of these 11934 represented single families Only two names Smith and Drownwere rep resented by 3000 families and over Four per cent of tho white population were represented by nine names First came the Smiths close upon C 000 families of them A long way be hind with less than 3400 families to its credit caraethe clan of theJJrowns Then came the Divlstribe with 2i576 families to its credit while that of angrim Johnsons actually outnumbering the falling short of them in total number of persons the Jones families being more prolific The Clarks and Wlll lamses were wrestling for the sixth and seventh posts in the face with the Millers a close eighth and the Wilsons bringing up the tail with only 1765 families to their credit and 9797 Indi vidualsA proportion of all the names says our informant are adaptations of nouns verbs and other parts of speech and in general represent tbeslmplcst AngloSaxon terms A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscomb of Washington N C He took all of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings Npw Dfscovery and was wholly cured L1six bottles He Is a well man today Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m TAX BACHELORSAND Austrice May Have Law Com pelling These to Contribute More to Government In the search for new menas of raising money to meet the rapidly in creasing cost of mlllltarism In which European governments are generally engaged England has gone furtherest with her plan to levy higher death and Income taxes and to tax real es tateproflts or the unearned Increment But it remained for Austria to pro pose the most unique scheme In the Relchrath a few days ago tho fi nancial minister discussing the bud get asked for a supplementary incom tax on bachelors widows and chlldleis married couples Race suicide and voluntary bachelorhood have been attributed to the prohibitive cost of supporting a wife and family in these days Militarism has contributed greatly to tills embarrassing economic condition in Europe and now seems to be trying to mend mattersThe gevernment can not reduce the cost of living but it Is at least able to make things uncomfortable for those who would shirk matrimony and Its obligations Its intention however Is hardly philanthropic It has only found a new excuse for taxation The plan that the Maine legislature recently had under consideration was better There was no chance that It would prove successful but its pur pose was humanitarian Tho idea was to tax voluntary bachelors for tho pen stoning of reluctant old maids Of course the difficulty In making this plan work lies In the finding a woman who would testify that she never received a proposal The pensions might remain undistributed Trouble might also be occasioned by women claiming the pension on the ground that though they had receiv ed proposals the offers were not such as they could reasonably be expected to accept And it would be too easy for bach elors to swear that they had made the three efforts necessary to secure exemption from the tax and had not been accepted SpokesmanReview President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The In dustrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Elec tric Bitters In this Institution for excellent medicine for Stomach Liv er and Kidney troubles We rgard It as one the hest family medlclnse on- earthoU Invigorates tho vital or gans purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen ant build up thin pale weak children or rundown people It has no equal Best for female complaints Only SOc at all druggists m Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTO Rl A L LIEUT EUGENE BENNETT MISSINI- Not Heard From for Several Months f Resigned From Philippine Con stabulary Forces on March 1 31Foul Play is Feared l OJ It Is very much feared that Lieu tenant Eugene R Bennett a son of Rev and Mrs J A Bennett of Utica has met with foul play In Chin Bennett was until recently a second lieutenant in the constabulary forces of the Philippines On April 25 Mr Bennett received a cablegram from Hong Kong China purporting to be from his son In which was the word sick and ask- Ing for a remittance of 200 This amount was sent to a bank In Hong Kong China but as yet no receipt has been received for the money and It Is not believed that the money has been applied for As Mr Bennett did not know that his son was in China he sent the money so that if a game was being worked by some one to ob tain the money they could not get It unless they proved their Identity Eugene Bennett was graduated from Georgetown college three years ago and In October of that year when he was 21 years of age he re ceived his commission in the Phillip pine constabulary forces at Manila ln mediately after arriving He finished his course In five months and was given command of a company at Ma nilaHe was stationed last year at Bon gao province Sulu and was stationed before his resignation at Clasi in the same province He resigned on March 31 A letter was received from young Bennett by his father while he was stationed at Slasi in which he stated that he would probably return home by way of Europe He received 700 in cash due him for his services when he left Slasi This last information was received through the government authorities at Washington A communication has been forward ed to the consul general at Hong Kong and tho United States govern ment is also making an investigation from Washington in his case As Bennett was in good health when last heard froiii and well supplied with funds on leaving the province where he was stationed the fact that he line not written home since com limed with the cablegram makes his family dreod foul play Drop by drop time offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from th back of the nose into the throat set ting up an Inflammation that is like IIY to mean Chronic Bronchitis The satisfactory remedy for Catarrh is Elys Cream Balm and the relief that follows even the first applied tlon cannot be told in words Dont suffer a day longer from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm Is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or malted by Ely Bros 50 warren street New York The American Husband The American masculine claim of absorption In his work docs not lu the least justify such a condition Frenchmen support their wives and still find time to go shopping with them too Englishmen do likewise and find energy left to place their sons In school energy to watch keen j ly the love affairs of their daughters unhesitatingly bidding this or that man begone moral courage nnd phy slcal vitality life after the days work to be In fact as well as in fancy the head of the house They have the wisdom to leave hours for play for pure boyishness of living And all this may be observed In the same middle class that with us turns the whole Issue over to the wife ex pectlug of her all wisdom though knowing her sheltered youth and all vitality to run and unceasing ly and uijalded the whole ma chinery of the family No wonder our women have nerves No won der they are becmoing more and more restless one of the first evidences of strain more and more discontented i as time passes Masculine kindness to our women Is sometimes so tangled up with selfishness that there need be no surprise that there Is some confusion regarding them Not that our men want the money J after which they are striving fort themselves for their pleasure They do not They are almost notoriously generous Our rich mert give give give to their wives their children j to colleges to hospitals to churches until the whole world is amazed at their generosity unreIsonlngneed lBr a masculine disease in thisT J I T rr J 0 country and tho whole social sys I tem has for years paid the Inevlta ble penalty Here and there a man tries to stop In time but finds him self obsessed by work so that bo can no longer think of anything else He Is as much a slave to it as is any opium taker to his drug and drunk and to his potion It is a grave dan ger not only to the individual but to the whole Amerclun civilization From the Atlantic Monthly 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science line been able to cure In all Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Cat arrh being a constitutional disease treatmentaInter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Trustees Sale In the District Court of tho United States for the western district of Ken tucky Owensboro division In the matter of Jasper S Reynolds bankruptAs of tho ale estate I will on Friday the 2nd day of July 1909 at 1 oclock p m In front of Commercial Hotel on Main street in Fordsvlllo Ohio County Ky sell at public auction to time highest and best bidders the flolowlng described property towlt 1 A house and lot In Fordsvllle Ohio County Kentucky consisting of a house and one acre of ground bound cd on the North by Ed Strother on the East by Hartford Street on the South by J W Cheek on the West by the Brown property 2 A house and lot in Forduvllle Ohio County Ky bounded as follows Beglnlng at a stone J R Walkers N E corner thence running In a South westernly direction with Walkers line iris feet to a stone thence in a South ernly direction 129 feet to a stone thence In a Northeasternly direction 100 feet to a stone on Sycamore Stree thence 117 feet to the beginning 3 One house and lot in Fordsvllle Ohio county Kentucky situated on the East side of Walnut Street and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone In the center of nnld street and corner to Morris Wilson thence with said street S 03 W OC feet to a stone corner to John Wilding thence W 37 E 173 feet to a stone thence N f3 E 134 feet to a stone In Morris Wilsons line 35 feet West of his cor ner thence with his line N 52 W 173 ito the beginning containing onehalf acre and being the same conveyed to J S Reynolds by T W Brown and wife Feb 27th 1105 as shown by deed of record In Ohio county Clerks office In Deed Book No 15 at page 15 Also a number of judgments notes and accounts belonging to said estate The first mentioned house and lot will be sold 100000 cash nnd the balance In six months the other two lots will be sold on a credit of six months The purchasers will be re quired to execute bond with good se curity for all deferred paymentsbear Ing interest from date of sale with a lien retained upon the property as additional security but all purchasers will be given the privilege of paying cash If they so desire or they may pay the bonds before maturity by paying Interest upon same to date of I payment I nccountslwill free of Incumberances and the lens If any on said property will be trans ferred to the proceeds of the sale All sales will lie subject to the approval of the court IOSEIEYTrusteei ITo Sell Tobacco in Europe The A S of E Board of Control of Muhlenberg County line decided Ion exporting to Liverpool and Ion I hundredIhogsheads of carloads will be ready to go forward on- t June 15th when a special rate that has been arranged for by Manager Doss will become effective Other shipments will continue to be made for mouths at time ride of fifteQii cars per week For the first time in tho history of tho organization the grow era under their present management aril gofng direct Into the worlds mar kents without the aid of the middle man or dealer No doubtthey will re celye handsome remuneration by so doing i1 r Jofr J n ITHE KENTUCKY Light and INCORPORATED Power CjWILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE JT C081I IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE c i HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME EOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD tBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN + REACH t E G BARRASS Manager i tt+ t + + + + lt + lJlillll t 4dI + fi + + + + GOOD POSITIONSDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting e that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND Per cent of the United States Court Report write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOttS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE iXCCItroHATEIl EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS The Kind You Hnvo Always Bought anti which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of s and Las been made t1l1hr Iris per yz sonnl supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoad are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCastorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops amid Soothing Syrups It is Plesttuit It contains neither Optimum Morphine nor other XarcUic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlnrrliiua aunt Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy rind natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature ofrh l01 The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe OINTu COMPANY TT UUKRAT THCCT NEW VONK CITY sr GREAT Red Mens Pow Wow 1 WW A- TCROMWELL KY I 19091IT Crowe of LaGrange while noted speakers will represent the A S of E and other organizations All fraternities Invited II An old fashioned barliecued dinner will le served at 25 cents Amusements of all kinds Extra low rates have been secured both ways on the river Come and bring your frlncds mid ori Joy a great day E W JACKSON DR T WILlISr I J W KAHN Committee S V S t- J fa + UNITED STATES BIG TREASURY LVault Holds 500000000 of Emergency Currency Built of Steel With Electric Alarm System Wonderful Sight to Behold Tourists rarely will see one of the most imposing of the new sights in Washingtonthe great steel vault In the Treasury building where 500 000000 of emergency currency will be stored The vault which was begun under the administration of Assistant Secretary Louis A Coolidge is an accomplishment of which he properly is very proud is completed and in working order except that the telephone connection was inavertently omittedIt In the northwest corner of the division of Issue and its roof Is twentyfive feet below the surface of the street and five feet below the sub basement of the Treasury building In fact it Is almost under the foundation stones of the building itself for they protrude into the vault on the south side and form a convenient shelf which the clerks find useful as a tem porary receptacle for packages which they are assembling to take upstairs The vault is reached only by an electric elevator which opens only int the office of the chief of the dlvl sion of Issue It is wholly of steel an about fiftyfive feet long by twenty feet wide and eighteen feet high and is divided into two stories The second story has a grated floor like that of a marine engine room and both floor are fitted with stacks much like those in use in public libraries Bank notes are printed in four forms of uniform size viz four fifties and two one hundreds three tens and one twenty and four tons The fifties and one hundreds are cut up into sheets and all are made up into packages of 1000 sheets each in which form they fit accurately Into the pigeon holes of which there are about 15000 The AldrlchVreeland emergency cur rency act requires the printing of 480 000000 of the new money and already about 320000000 has come from the hired vault owned by the trust company here where it has been stored and placed In the new vaultThe new banknotes differ from the old only in bearing the words Se cured by United States bonds or other securities and In time they will supplant the notes now In circulation The government plan is that the emergency currency shall be prac tically the same as that secured by United States bonds the only differ ence being that when the notes are issued on securities other than gov ernment bonds the bookkeepers of the department keep a record of the issue and the notes are taxed in accordance with the provisions of the roomThe new vault Is used for reserve stores only the money Is actually issued from the old vault opening out from the office of the division of Is sue four flights up Seventeen miles of fine wire are wound around this steel cavern and the slightest disturbance of anyone of these tiny wires the like of which you see in the glass door would sound a bell In the main office of the Western Union Telegraph company in F street and in a jiffy the department would be notified During the hours when the vault is officially open this signal would be disconnected or ills regarded but the moment the vault is closed the Western Union by contract with the government fixes sleepless eyes upon the signal boxes The amount of bank circulation outstanding of the old form is about 590000000 The new act provides for the Issue of 480000000 and during the last year about 120000000 of the new currency has been taken out Every day the teams of the bureau of engraving and printing bwring to the office of the division of issue about 500000 which is recorded and taken down the electric elevator to the waiting vault below Every package is numbered with the number of bank for which It has been printed and the packages are arranged In numerical order beginning with the oldest chartered bank The notes in the name of the National City bank of New York City occupy 393 pigeon holes and as the smallest packages contains 40000 the total sums is larger than the greatest kings ransom At The First CenSus One of the clerks of the Censas Bur reau estimates that there wereless than 30000 surnames ini the United Statesvln17iOai the time the firstr R r- y i census was taken Of these 11934 represented single families Only two names Smlth and Brown were rep resented by 3000 families and over Four per cent of the white popula tion were represented by nine names First came the Smiths close upon C 000 families of them A long way be hind with less than 3400 families to its credit caroelhe clan of theBrowns Then came the Davis tribe with 2575 families to Its credit while that of Jones only 14 behind pressed angrily upon its heels Next were the Johnsons actually outnumbering the falling short of them in total number of persons the Jones families being more prolific The Clarks and Will lamscs were wrestling for the sixth and seventh posts in the trace with the Miners a close eighth and the Wilsons bringing up the tail with only 1765 families to their credit and 9797 indi vidualsA proportion of all the names says our Informant are adaptations of nouns verbs and other parts of speech and in general represent theslmplcst AngloSaxon terms A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up In his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Llpscomb of Washington N C He took all klrids of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings Npw Dfscovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He isaa well man today Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m TAX BACHELORS AND CHICDLESS Austrice May Have Law Com pelling These to Contribute More to Government In the search for new menas of raising money to meet the rapidly In creasing cost of mtllitarlsm in which European governments are generally engaged England has gone furtherest with her plan to levy higher death and income taxes and to tax real es tateproflts or the unearned Incre ment c But It remained for Austria to pro pose the most unique scheme In the Relrhrath a few days ago the fi nancial minister discussing the bud get asked for a supplementary incom tax on bachelors widows and chlldleta married couples Race suicide and voluntary bachelorhood have been attributed to the prohibitive cost of supporting a wife and family In these days Militarism has contributed greatly to this embarrassing economic condition in Europe and now seems to be trying to mend mattersThe government can not reduce the cost of living but it is at least able to make things uncomfortable for those who would shirk matrimony and its obligations Its intention however is hardly philanthropic It lies only found a new excuse for taxation The plan that the Maine legislature recently had under consideration was better There was no chance that It would prove successful but its purpose was humanitarian The Idea was to tax voluntary bachelors for the pen stoning of reluctant old maids Of course the difficulty In making this plan work lies in the finding a woman who would testify that she never received a proposal The pensions might remain undistributed Trouble might also be occasioned by women claiming the pension on the ground that though they had receiv ed proposals the offers were not such as they could reasonably be expected to accept And it would be too easy for bach elors to swear that they had made the three efforts necessary to secure exemption from the tax and had not been accepted SpokesmanReview I President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The In dustrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Elec trio Bitters In this Institution for excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We rgard It as one the best family medlclnse on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only 50c at all druggists m Children fOR FLETCHERS c4S T O Rl Aid t L 4 d LIEUT EUGENE BENNETT MISSINI A Not Heard From for SeY eralMonthsl1 Resigned From Philippine Con stabulary Forces on March 31Foul Play is Feared k- It is very much feared that Lieu tenant Eugene R Bennett a son of Rev and Mrs J A Bennett of Utica has met with foul play In China Bennett was until recently a second lieutenant in the constabulary force of the Philippines On April 25 Mr Bennett received a cablegram from Hong Kong China purporting to be from his son In which was the word sick and asking for a remittance of 200 This amount was sent to a bank in Hong Kong China but as yet no receipt has been received for the money and it is not believed that the money has been applied for As Mr Bennett did not know that his son was in China he sent the money so that if a game was being worked by some one to ob tain the money they could not get It unless they proved their Identity Eugene Bennett was graduated from Georgetown college three years ago and in October of that year when he was 21 years of age he received his commission in the Phillip pine constabulary forces at Manila ln mediately after arriving He finished his course in five months and was given command of a company at Ma nilaHe was stationed last year at Don gao province Sulu and was stationed before his resignation at Ciasl in the same province He resigned on March 31 A letter was received from young Bennett by his father while ho was stationed at Slasl in which he stated that he would probably return home by way of Europe He received 700 in cash due him for his services when he left Slash This last Information was received through the government authorities at Washington- A communication has been forward ed to tho consul general at Hong Kong and the United States govern ment Is also making an Investigation from Washington In his case As Bennett was in good health whe last heard front and well supplied with funds on leaving the province where he was stationed the fact that he has not written home since com bined with the cablegram makes his family dreod foul play Drop by drop the offensive discharge caused by Nasal Catarrh falls from th back of the nose into the throat set ting up an inflammation that is like to mean Chronic Bronchitis Tim IIY satisfactory remedy for Catarrh Elys Cream Balm and the relief follows even the first applica then cannot be told in words Dont suffer a day longer from the discomfort of Nasal Catarrh Cream Balm Is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 5C warren street New York The American Husband The American masculine claim of absorption in his work docs not in the least justify such a condition Frenchmen support their wives and still find time to go shopping with them too Englishmen do likewise and find energy left to place their sons In school energy to watch keen ly the love affairs of their daughters unhesitatingly bidding this or that man begone moral courage nnd physical vitality life after the days work to be in fact as well as in fancy the head of the house They have the wisdom to leave hours for play for pure boyishness of living And all this may be observed In the same middle class that with us turns the whole issue over to time wife ex pecting of her all wisdom though knowing her sheltered youth and all vitality to run and unceasingly and unaided the whole ma chinery of the family No wonder our women have nerves No won der they are becmolug more and more restless one of the first evidences of strain more and more disconten ted as time passes Masculine kind ness to our women is sometimes so tangled up with selfishness that there need be no surprise that there is some confusion regarding them Not that our men want the money after which they are striving for themselves for their pleasure They do not They are almost notoriously generous Our rich men give give give to their wives their children to colleges to hospitals to churches until the whole world is amazed at their generosity Tba habit and fury of work unreasoning Illogical quite unrelated to an- n thisT0 i 1 y country and the whole social sys tem has for years paid the Inevitable penalty Here and there a man tries to stop in time but finds him self obsessed by work so that he can no longer think of anything else lie Is as much a slave to it as is any opium taker to his drug and drunk ard to his potion It is a grave dan ger not only to the individual but to the whole Amerclan civilization From the Atlantic Monthly 1OO Reward 1OO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Cat arrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Trustees Sale In the District Court of the United States for the western district of Keu tucky Owensboro division- In the matter of Jasper S Reynolds bankruptAs of the above estate 1 will on Friday the 2nd day of July 1909 at 1 oclock p m in front of Commercial Hotel on Maui street in Fordsville Ohio County Ky sell at public auction to the highest and best bidders the flolowlng described property towit 1 A house and lot In Fordsville Ohio County Kentucky consisting of a house and one acre of ground bound cd on the North by Ed Strother on the East by Hartford Street on the South by J W Cheek on the West by the Brown property 2 A house and lot in Forduvllle Ohio County Ky bounded as follows Beglnlng at a stone J R Walkers N E corner thence running In a South westerly direction with Walkers line los feet to a stone thence in a South ernly direction 129 feet to a stone thence In n Northensternly direction Streenthence 117 feet to 3 One house and lot In Fordsville Ohio county Kentucky situated on the East side of Walnut Street and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone In the center of said street and corner to Morris Wilson thence with j said street S 53 W OC feet to a stone i corner to John Welding thence W i37 E 173 feet to n stone thence N if3 E 134 feet to n stone In Morris Wilsons line 35 feet West of his corner thence with his lino N 52 W 173 Ito the beginning containing onehalf acre and being the same conveyed to J S Reynolds by T W Brown and wife Feb 27th 11105 as shown by deed of record in Ohio county Clerks office in Deed Book No 15 at page 15 Also a number of judgments notes and accounts belonging to said estate The first mentioned house and lot will be sold 100000 cash and the balance In six months the other two lots will be sold on a credit of six months The purchasers will be required to execute bond with good security for all deferred paymentsbear Ing interest from date of sale with a lien retained upon the property as i additional security but all purchasers will be given the privilege of paying cash If they so desire or they may pay the bonds before maturity by paying Interest upon same to date of payment The judgments notes and accounts will be sold for cash All of said property will be sold free of incumberances and the liens If any on said property will be trans ferred to the proceeds of the sale All sales will be subject to the approval of the court YANCEY L MOSELEYTrustee G B LIKENS Attorney 47t4 ITo Sell Tobacco in Europe I The A S of E Board of Control jot Muhlenberg County has decided Jon exporting to Liverpool and London some twelve or fifteen hundred hogsheads of tobacco Twenty car- loadsj will be ready to go forward on I June 15th when a special rate that I has been arranged for by Manager i Doss will become effective Othe shipments will continue to be made for mouths at the rate of fifteen cars per week For the first time In the history of the organization the grow era under their present management and going direct into the worlds mar kents without the aid of the middle I man or dealer No doubtthey will re j celve handsome remuneration bys doing gar r T jpU +4fIfftTHE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATEDj WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE i IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANj i HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME f OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD tBE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN tREACH 1 E G BARRASS Manager f t + tfJt + lli + 11 t+ ++4 ++44+++ GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND per cent of the United States Court Report write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE I INCOHIO HATCH EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS I iA The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has homo tho signature of and has been made under hit per 111 sonal supervision since its influrcy Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children experience against Experiment What is CASTORCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms rued allays Feverishncss It cures Diarrhoia and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSa he Signature of illl J The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY nun NEW YORK CRT sirGREAT 1 Red Mens Pow Wow p H A- TCROMWELL M M KY I iOhioEverybody representIboth ways on the river Come and bring your frlncds arid en joy a great day E W JACKSON gk DR P T WILLIS r 8JW KAIIN Committee S 0 4 i Ti- T r1r1r1r1r1 r1r1r1 r1Triir1r1 ir1r1rJor1Jor1r1 BROS1- ar iY J T i r s- 2t L IT t f GREATPROFITSHAR1NGSALE tWILLOPEN t SATURDAYII JULY 10II fI t And Close Saturday July 24 tNothing to Compare with this Great Stele has Ever tBeenUndertaken in this Territory Before M tWATCH FOR OUR BIG Ap NEXT WEEK BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY Jy444Jf4JjGr uJNJj + 3KJKJ G G KGJjC j JN 444+ JjGV j A Hartford Republican EntPNI nllQrdlb to taw nt the 1ototflce- llerttordKy ax mall matter or the retrmd- ctn C M BARNETT EDITOR tCPROtS-c crlndNN SO ouch 1r FRIDAY JULY 2 The only kind of reform administration which Iii ntltled to any credit Is the ont which reforms A few more whirlwind educational campaigns by State Supt Crahbt will do away with the necessity of employing teachers for the coming year With free hides free cotton and free coal the New England manufactures would no doubt make some very cheap boots slices and clothing but would they sell them any chutllel to the south The government Is having a strenuous time of It trying to make out what Is whiskey Of coiu se there are thousands of men who know but they wont tell U Is said that tlllrc Is talk In Wasblngton of Intervening In Cuban affairs because of the extravagance of the Cuban government Who Is to intervene In our own case When the three questions what Is whiskey what Is t Democrat and what is n Republican have been solved we desire to submit thtt ques lon has General Noel Gaines ever examined General Johnsons office When you come to think of It the idea of the farmer waiting for some one to come and urge him to join forces with his brother farmer to main lain an organization to protect hlm tKlf from trusts Iii ns absurd ns i- tt would be to send a spcelal messenger to him to tell him to go tn out of the rain The appointment of Hon John P Haswell of Hardlnsburg ns Railroad t Commissioner to succeed MrMc D P Ferguson deceased will meet with the approval of the Republicans of the entire railroad district kin Haswell Je an attorney of ability and Is popular alike with men of all parties He has had quite a good deal of experience In public capacity having served llum Crof terms In the State Leg- Islature services will no doubt ea rtdlt both to himself and tot IR arti gY tvY his constituents lie shoulll he giv en the nomination to succeed himself without oplesitian With all the si- rilflingaf + schedules by the extra tariff session of Congress It Is not likely that nay per ceptnble change will be made but time wage eau ers and business men of the United States will be many millions to tho bad because of the uncertalmty brought about hy the attempted revi ston The only reason the Republican party Is not to Ie wiped off till slate because of the blundering Is the fact that there Is no organized party to take advantage of the mis take As for the Democratic party the special session has knocked every prop from under It and not only convicted It of duplicity on the tariff question as represented by Its members of Congress but has left it I without argument In the future which I the Amertcan peol1leIThe farmer must work out his own salvntionnot with fear and trembling I but with a firm steadfast faith In the righteousness of his cause AI steady nerve and a fearless heart and purpose to stand for his rlghtsno matter who assails them No one occupying any other avocation In life can be expected to take up his battles make the sacrifices stand the storm I of jeers criticisms and ostriclsm which fall to the lotIf the man who stands In front of this great battle for justice to the American farmers They must show a willingness to oak a few sacrifices give a small portion of their time and money to perfect their organization Let every Indivi dual farmer feel that It Is his duty to assist In the work and that It Is his duty to make sacrifices If necessary When this condition exists It will make It easy for those who are direct ingg the organization and the time will come when It will be unnecessary to send men out as canvassers tq see that the farmer protects hIs own In terests CERALVO June 30Delln tho etg year old daughter of Mr and Mm J G Pev leI died June 92 of congestion She was burled the following day at Nel son Creek church Mrs J W Baker Is visiting her hon Mr Leonard Baker of Nashvlllo Tenn Aire D Compfleld and three chil dren Rochester visited relatives here last week Miss Jva Dusglll Central City Ss visiting her grand motherlrs Harper this week J At the Sunday Schools The following persons have been appointed visitors for next Sunday July 9th They me expected to vis It the school optoslte their name and if for any reason they arc un able to go they are expected to get fomeOlle else at once or notify the District or County President 14ach visitor will have n letter of Instruction and programs for distribution With a hearty pull altogether we can make the day count for much In the Sunday School cause The change In schools Is aimed to be In accord with the new division of the county Into eight Magisterial Districts instead of seven The visitor will have to acquaint himself with the meeting hour HARTFORD MAO DIST Hartford DalltlstAlney Tlchenor Hartford CIIIlstianDr S n Tay- tor Hartford MethodistDr J A Duff Hartford PresbyterlanSl1m EElIIs- Dennetts Schoolhouse E W Ford ConcordJnmes Davis DeulahP D Tweddell New DethelDr Z n Shultz Shinkle ChapelLieber Matthews Wesley Chapel ocreekW E Ellis Mt lIermonP D Tweddell Woodwards ValleyJohn P Foster WashingtonA M Ilarnett Hamlin Chn1elJ C Park BEAVER DAM MAO DIST Beaver Dam BaptistG W Gordon Beaver Dam ChrlstianWnMoore Beaver Dam MethodistlforaceTay- tor Prentis DaptlstClaude Chick Prentis MethodistClaude Chick Taylor MinesH A Garrett LibertyC M Taylor Little CliftonDuck Hudson GoshenC M Barnett CromwellJ D Williams UnlonR C Jarnagin Green RivenSilas Stevens Cooper SchoolhouseDr P T VIl his- ROCKPURT b1AQ lUSTIRockport DupUstJ I Brown Rockport Presbyterian Charles Smith EcholsQ B Drown HopewellDr McCarley Pond RunR D Carter Pleasant ValleyR T Snedden Cool SpringsBirch Shields IndependenceL L Stewart McHenryC bf Barnett Simmonslke Harvey Wcst ProvldellceL Gibbs- CENTERTOWN MAO DIST I Center town DapUstG T Tlnsley- a i CentertowlI MethodistG T Tins ley West PointoJ H Fulkerson- Waltons CreekS A Reynolds I Rough River SchoolhouseU S Faught CernlvoC T Overton Smallhous and EquIlIllYU S Faught Long StnrJ C Jarnngin HIckory SchoolhouseC T Overton Central GroveIl H Davis RenderL V Tlchenor Williams lInesL W Tlchenor- f ROSINE MAG DIST Rosine ChristianE P Sanderfur- Rosine MclhodistE p Snnderfur Cane RutR P Likens Horse BranchJ G Wilson SalemC W Daniel Mt ZionLaban Wright BethelDr A L Schonzenbache- rHickoryW N Miller DalzetownDr U Allen Bald KnobD L Miller Vine Hlil0 T Duke Mt PleasantN D Davis HopewellR P Likens ShllohR P Likens New ZionJ P Miller SelectDr O Allen Sugar GroveR P Likens SULPHUR SPRINGS MAG DIST OIatollVerlloll Crowder New DaymusJus T Moore Huffs CreekTarlton Lord Cedar GroveGuymat Westerfield Sulphur SprlngsW H Barnes lilt VernonSoJ Weller Ok GroveJoe Shultz Narrows BaptistLee Miller Narrows MethodlstW A Brown Dundee DaptlstE G Kirby Dundee MethodistW A Clark McGrady SchoolhouseJerome Al len Marvins Cha1elW H Barnes Pleasant HIIIVR Ferguson Beech ValleyColumbus King FORDSVILLE lIIAGJJlST Pleasant GroveOllie Wilson Trlsler SchoolhoutllOllle Wilson HopewellR D Head Jonesn D Head Gun SprthgsOllie Cobb Sugar GroveG W Keown- FriendshipSam Gaines Clarks SchoolhouseA D Wester field ZionDr Henry GOds y WashIngton ChapelJ U Wade Wesley Chaptill D Black Fordsvllle BaptlstJnmesSapp For1svllle ChrlstlanR R Stnrks Fordsvllle Methodist Rev Tim Cheek Pleasant Walk SchoolhouseJames Sapp JjARTJETTS MAO mST Mt CarmelCommodore Ashley s 1 w J Barnettli CreekJ H D Carson Clear RunJ E Park Mt MorlahJ L Hoover AntlochJohll Davis UnionLuther King DelllI RunDr B F Tlchenor Bells Run MissionJohn Massi- eAdaburgBen W Taylor New Panther CreekC C Taylor Ralph ChapelRousseau Weller Walnut GroveA E Phillips anther CreekRobert Collier 7 HaynesvllleJ H Loyd DeanleldAllIson Haynes Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter of Jasper S Reynolds a bankrupt On this 1Gth day of June A D 1909 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge flied on the 8th day of June A D lD09 It Is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same all the 10tI day of July A D 1909 he fore said court at Federal Court Hall at loulsvllle Ky in said dlstrtct at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof he published one time In Hartford Republican a newspaper printed Sn said district and that all known creditors and other persons In interest may appear at saM time and place and show cause If any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Ev ailS Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro Ky in said district on the 16th day of June A D 1909 A G RONALD Clerk M E DUNN Deputy ClerkI SMALLHOUSI June 29Mrs S J Hawkins Hart ford Ky is the guest of her sister Mrs Zack held who bias been quite III of typhoid flux Miss Maggie Hunter lEi visiting her nephew Mr L D Overhuls and wife Kirtiey ly Mrs Robert Hunter has returned from a weeks visit to her daughter Irs T S Trunnell and oilier relatives at Utica Ky Mr Arnold Bennett Deda Ky 3s the guest of his uncle Alva Caloway and family Miss AUle Allen Centortown Kyls the guest of Mr arid Mrs 0 C Cox and familyVMr E Hunter who bias been yrltlngMrsr V 4 flietlngerfare the guests of Mr and Mrs A A Porter at Smalihous- Messrs J W and Harry Brown havt moved Into their new store and dwel ling house near Mr T T ReSds Dr M D Maddox Louisville Is spending his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs M P Madt ax I Those elected by the church as dele q gates to the Association at JIlt Car mel church are Jus H Fulklrson J C Jgleheart and N D Fulkerson Al ternates Clinton Igleh art and John BarnardRev F Gordon mlde his regular appointment at Smallhous Baptist church Saturday and Sunday and was the guest of Mr and Mrs J C Drako FarmErs are greatly behind with their work owing to so much rain Dr M D Maddox went to Rockport Sunday evening Miss Ruth Fulkerson near KIrtley- Is It guests of Mr and Mrs 0 W Overhuls Miss Gertit Bennett Deda was a guest of her cousin Miss Maude Cal loway Saturday and Sunday Mr Mack Ross and wife of Cen tertown were at Stnallhous Saturday t structlon see the R R bridge which Is In conASeveral couple fromC entertown weroJIn Stnallhous Sunday evening to see the bridge The Sunday School at Smallhou9 has several nice books of recitation speeches Dialogues c and expect to have an entretnlnment at the church In the near future Little Bertha France who was badly stung on the arm by bees has about recovered I Miss Mary Marks of Hartford has secured the fall school here IWhy not hve nice pIcture of Your ResIdence made this spring while house and grounds are at theIr best Dont you t wanta good photograph of so t member of your family right tnow Have you a recent picture of yourself VIsIt Schroeters Galery and get your work done Located over The RepubHdan Of= 3 fice in Hartford also headquar ters for large Portraits and Frames Good pictures Guaranteed H p y 1r 1 I FAIRSI Special Prices Closes Saturday July 10 DontFail to Visit Us A general reduction over our entire house Hot weather is on us Just the time to buy seasona ble goods at reuced prices These prices last until Saturday Good Lawns at 4c Best toc and12c Lawns at Bc IBestYardwide Bleach no starch 7ce Best 1Oc Shirtings Bc 75c Bleach Table Linen 48c Best Ginghams Bc Best Apron Ginghams 6c Ladies Bleach 1 OCI Vest 5c I- iB a- I II I 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 2 Illnols Central RallroadTlmo Table At Beaver Dam Ky North tlonnd tiunll Bonnd iel NoIII2 due 401 em So11dna11r5em NolrJntlt2Q I m So 1111 dnp 24A p n- iNo102dne4Apin No I1 dneA43 m To Make The Home Beautiful Does not always requIre the ex pen a large sum or money ThIs 1depends largely upon judgment taste economy and skill NothIng adlls more to the appearance or the home than good Paint properly applied Then It protects and preserves th- propertythat Is It you buy the right kind The best Is the cheapest Masurys Is excelled by none Call onus for Outside Paint Inside Paint Carriage Paint Root Paint Flexible Carbon GO cents per gallon Jnpalac 4Llquld Veneer and everything In this i makes old things look new Prescriptions filled with care and delivered anywhere In town HARTFORD DRUG Coe Incorporated Ice Cream so good at City ReSta- urant Get your lolcaJs and Lunches et City Reetaurant If y4u woot Flour see U S Carson who n save you money 3 t- fi For cpedal bnhnf in Sewing 7ra- chines call on ilrorsWi1Unma 4 CIty Resietlluat feeds tine people ae usual Once a customer a1wiaye acus- tcther 1 Air Clarence Smith and wire Ow ensboro are the guests of relatives hi 1trtrordand vicinity Miss Arllye Brown or tii Center town neighltorhood returned home Wednesday from n few days visit to ijfrlnda St cOumbla Ky Leave your Laundry atmY Grooor- yWorkl1sranteed prompt delivery t Clove Iler- Agent forM dl80nyme Ice and- Laundry Co inoorporatcd- ti I l A l p Judge R R Wedding was hll Livermore on legal business n few daS this week Rev J T Cnsebier Slisslonay nap fist Evangelist for Ohio county wtm n pleasant clllhr Wednesday Mrs U W England Undlanapolis- Intl Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Union stray t Mrs W H Riley and Misses Ann a Patton and Mary Keown and Mary SVedding are at Sulphur SrIIIgs this weekIfrom Leltchfleld Monday where he h been attendlgn the convention of the Epworth League Mr C B Williams returned from Dawson Springs Wednesday where he had been using the mineral water for stomach trouble lIe Is mach Im proved Mrs T D Petree and daughters Ruth and Lelia Brazil lad will ar visiteMrs Petrees parents Mr und Mrs J E Fogle Airs Rowan Holbrook and son Mc Henry and daughter Mnllam have returned front RlpleyTennwhere they visited Mr J SL Taylor and family for several days LeAve your laundry nt Lyons gro cery for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond lad Phti laudry tba always gives satlafaotlon Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed A E PATE and ANASTA PATIN 4Gtf Agents Mr Lon Eubanks who held a posi tion with the Hartford Stone and Construction Company last year and later with the construction force or the M H c E has gone to Lousville to accept a Position with the con tractor who has charge or the new outfall sewer Capt J M DeWeese met the off cers or the Third Regiment at Far Ungton Int Saturday for a conference concerning matters pertaining to the regiment They were entertalneQ atIa barbecued dinner while there shown quite a good many other attentions by the citizens of Earllngton Cant J M DeWeese Sergeants C P Shown and Douglas Felix Corporal John Stevens and Private W D Gray or company H have been designated by the Adjutant General asIspecial guard during the trial or a certain prisoner at Marion Ky and left yesterday lor the scene ot their fomemberslr 1 I eS 11r and Mrs Jas Drown Mexia T as arethe Guests or Judge and Mra W II Taylor city Mrs F L Felix hnaeturtl trQm a six weeks visit to her mohier Mrs Mary A Duncan Louisville l Attorney E Smith was Marlon p Crltttmfon county en legal business several CihsIhls week- Mr Isaac Foster returned from Mo- ganfield where he hall been to attend the funeral ofMrs Dr Alex Foster The Hartford Herald edItorIal roon have been temporarily moved to leer building east side or Apple Alle during extensive repairs and enlarg meat or the Hbrald building Prot O I and W C Shultz who have been engaged to conduct thl- graded school at Fordsvillo the com year paid this oftice a plensantI ling while In our city Wednesday IThe tent meetings at Horse Branc- conducted by Rev T C Wilson clos ed Sunday evening with twentysev- ea professions The power of God was manifest from the frEt and his people were greatly revived beenIeats Ur md Mrs H P Taylor returned toSt loins Knn lnst Friday accompanied by Mr Robert Ifnlllbur ton who tins accepted a position with a hardware store The Inst quarterly meeting or the circuitfoon was well at- tendedI by the official members and the reports show nn lxcllllut condf- I Hon In all departments at the church work lOwing to two breaks which occur r ll to our Ilnotypc mndnlme we hltt been compelled to omit quite II good deal or news from our rolUlllllS thlll- e eek and wt are indebted to the Hartford Herald for courtesies entend od In our Iflel111 to reach um reader lion In time a letter received bYMrs E JS Hu ron from her ton Alfred or Kai for Okln tells or a disastrous fire IowlnIlIltiet fifteen houses were destroyed entailing n less or 75000 II drug stOIOI ormerl1lor TheIi saved from destruction lIy extra hard work The prospects of the plan to hav every Sunday school visited next Sunday seems very IlllthllllIg not single appulntee has refused to g- or get same one In its place up tithe hopr of going to press so report lie county officers tllluld nliy school fall to have fish regular al1llolntldl visitor present Please send In the i uu nrrsent and the list or delegates t county convention lu E W Ford Hartford Some schools have not 01- qalllzed this year this day would Lt- rL good time to take or the work first jthe quarter see list of schools and visitors Is another column tfahndhartaford August 1st The company will run the trains which now stop at Fordsvllle to Hartford until the rest or the line Is completed and then through train service will lie Inaugu rated to Louisville lIegInnlllg prob ably about November 1st The work or ballasting the line between Mitch el and Hartford began last Monday and Is progressing ravornllly The fill around the depot site which Is being made lIy Mr Steve May with n force or men will lie completed within the next week The Railroad Company Is sparing no expense In making the approach to the depot site easy and commodious Notice to Road Overseers By order of the Fiscal Court the overseers or roads In the Hartford Magisterial district are hereby warned to have their roads lu good condi tion lIy August 1st or I shall be compelled to report them for prosecution Some sections of the road are In such condition that they must lie fixed even before that UmeRespectfully E P DARNARi R B Com Hartford DistrictIp MULES On Monday July 5 at the Court house door in Hartford Kentucky about one oclockp I will sell at public auction one bay mare mule 52 inches high and one black horstrmule 52 inches high Each of saId mules is from 6tc 9 years old and suitable for work either on farm or in coal mines Terms cash or3 months time with bankable note- JOHN B WILSON I cx r WYSOX June 30Sir Sigh Taylor Is very sick with flux at this wrlttltig Mr WalterRomoneof Dlorgantotrl vlio has beerivsUtlng his brother rol e past week returned heals Monday 1Alr W P Bennett aid Misses allyrledreh Mr and Mrs Richard Wilson Butler Co visited Mr Leslie orI port Monday 3Ir WllIul WflIlO1ns Is very sick snt this writing Tnyyt torte Wednesday iMr anil Mrs Bill Can1Jlrteld spent Sunday at Mr A J Davenports I AIea81R Alvin Bender Archly Mil lcr of lcH nryattellllel1 Sunday schic- tat tthls place Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Knight was the SaturhSeveral from this place attended the picnic nt Rochester last Thursday j Misses Ora and Ulna SIilllams or- HOlJlWl1l week visited Mr Alan JlIyIOI last I Judge W II Taylor and family of- Hmtflrd visited tdative a lu this vlcllltr last week 1Muting day la chnugtdat Wsox from first Sunday to third Sunday IIr- t lnOOIl nt 3 oclock- A protracted meeting begins Monde Y I night otter 3rd Sunday lu July NoticeIAll persons 4ndebted to the estate IlleateIonce persons lug claims against salll estate tvll file saute properly proven with CM Crowe Hartford Kentucky by the first day of August IOJ or they will be forever barred MRS C R CAMPBELL Admlnlst1lltrlx Death or Mrs Lydia ConnerI After nn ilhlees of about one months duration AGs Lydia E Con uer died at the residence or fir D Ford lit an surly hour Wednesday mornlllg of last week luuerl sprvlces tvcra cunductal lit till Chrlttllln church by Eider 111 Fend Thursday morning at 9 ocloek after which the eenuti were taken to ShollllIIe for tote went Mrs Conner leaves no im- mediateI landly She was at aunt or Mrs D Ford with whom site nnad o- her home for many ears She was very prominently connected with the sitee Was born and IIllsed- The pall braces were Messrs lV- H Mooec J 11 Williams John T Sfdore John N Taylor Wallace Riley and Dr C J Rhoads Mrs Conner was born Mach blh IIlin fIUi was uuitcd In utnrrinje to L Conner In Ue year 1SS5 Lie agooto tile spirit n member of the Missionary Baptist church when about fourteen yenta or lope In ISIl she fruited with the clrurth IIIHI Und non8Is tent chrIstian life until the end All who knew her loved her She i made ninny sacrifices for the cllllsl Inn cause She was CS years three months mill eight days old when death cnme She prayed the Saviour to rotet lllr In that solemn hour andI the peaceful expression of her tlnancc gave evidence tint her prny- er was answered She rests from her i labors and her works do follow her ARNOLD June GFarmers are behind In thl community with their Crops the re cent rains has delayed farm work con slderably Crops are looking well ex- cCllt its lowlands Health Is fairly good In this com inanity Mrs Martha Evans wife or perry Evans Is no better Dr S h Glven Spring Lick Is the attending physl clnniG C Atchison died on the 19th Illst and was burled on the 20th lit Arnold burying grounds Quite a number of people of this viInlty attended the baptizing on diau Camp Creek near Banock on the 20th Sunday School at Mt Liberty Is pro gresslngnlcely Mr Leslie Shultz has been employed to teach the Arnold school again this year we predict another good school under Mr Shultzs management T R Daugherty nnll wire visited Mr Perry Evans and wire today Success to the Republican and Its Readers COOL SPRINGS June 30Rev BIrch filled his ap polntment here the third Saturday and Sunday Meeting has changed to the second Sturday and Sunday Instead or the third Mrs R S Dunn Is visiting at Wood berry this week- Mr i J D Dennis and M Id Tate went to Hartford Tuesday Miss Minta Wright was the guest or Misses Jessie and WJnnl Wilson from Sunday until Tuesday MlssMadrlae Davenport of Rochester anda tlss Ethel Taylor visited AIr f R O SENTIMENTAl PEOPlE Are especially glad LadiesIHome Journal for July but you devoid ofsentiment you will not dis appointed the bal ance the num hereIt satisfies every member of the family Lettie Lanes Doll has certainly caught the children See this new collar for the Good Old Summer Time On sale at our store Ever notice that when any new thing comes out that is good we get it Corliss Coon Co make good Linen Collars We have your size12 to 18 You missing something good if you dont drop often and see what are showing Learn like others have learned that the store to depend on is BARNARD CO Kylmr W W sm IljIii ttIii the Rhoads building North l f Main Street Hartford and ex tend to you a special invita 11ilIII nishings c Everything newt tE1 anduptodate Prices most l lJtI Schroader Co li QIR Dunn Sunday Mrs Audrey Elliott Is quite sick cultlngIMr Fulton acid Miss Jessie Wilson attended the liieuic at Rochester last Thursday FAIRVIEW June 30We are having line and lively Sunday school at this place with Mr Wilson Superlnten dant Miss Annie Myers Secretary and Mrs C C White Mrs Ola Wilson Mrs R U WlIsonlrslUnnle Myers Mr Frank Allen old Mr G Wilson Teachers The Secretary report for the second quarter ending last Sunday June 27 showed the highest attendance to have been r4 and the low est 31 and the total of collection 794 report of which To are justly proud and trust thereportfor the next guar- ter wll equal It not exceU this one if are be in of t are in we 1 1 j in i S George a iG J n i and let us all do our part toward our little Sunday rchool one Imaklng best and most Interesting schools or the county Rev and Mrs B F Atkinson and daughters Misses Pauline and Flay Louisville are the guests or Mrs At- klnsons parents Mr and Mrs W n Acton and family Miss Myrtle Carter and Hazel Woos Ir the man In the moon were d con ley Narrows are visiting the formers cousinsMlsses Bessie K and Ruby Acton Miss Mandle Bryant Horton Is visit Ing her cousin Mlss lorena White Mrs Roscoe Acton and two chil dren Horton are visiting Mrs C C White and famllyti Mrs Dick Stogners baby Is very Ill at this writing Mrs C C White and famfly visit ed her brother l1rClcer Br1antand- familyH orion Uondny 4 0 r e oo+o+oo+oo+ o0o IoA Diplomatic tBent 1 +o+0o+o+o 0+o +o+o+ By EDWARD S SPINNEY JCeprritht 2O9 by American Presi Mocl- atlol1o I was tutoring a youth of nineteen J had a fancy to go abroad In the ilJJlolDl1t1c corps but as I bad no influence to secure an appointment I kept my ambition to myself My pupil Alec Kirk should have been ready for college but he was net and It was wT part to get him ready ns soon ae possible His father after turning 1I over to me went to Europe Be Sore leaving he gave me a single In MroctlonTtz Ueat let any woman snare him while 111m away I made a companion of Alec and b- aeemed to enjoy my society In prefer dace to that of young fellows ot hi- own age Ho gave me his conOdence- JD everything but one A WOmllD- Ja14 siege for him and he did not tell me Ills father had lectured him be tore going away on his susceptibility sad told him that I was empowered to- Jorbld his attentions to any woman Alec not only failed to trust the mat ter to me but told the woman who was trying to snare him ot my charge Sh- was e smart enough to keep aloof from me and I did not discover her or object till I was informed of both b the housekeeper I warned the house Jteepcr not to divulge the fact that I knew ot whnt was going on If 1 could save tho boy I would put bls- latber under obligations Mr Kirk had great politico influence Alec wished the lady to wIn my opinion She supposing that I kne nothing of their affair consented though reluctantly I was Introduced to Intlss Martha Colltngwood aged twentyeight Impecunious pnssobly good looking and of n common family J called on her with Alec and during the call manifested a friendliness that dtenrmed both But while extendin the olive branch I was sharpening the sword I suggested that Miss Colllug wood and Alec use the tennis court nt his home nUll even offered It we could find another girl to make up a set with them myself I had In mind Miss Gladys lIole a young lady who had the faculty ot snaking the most rasp lag remarks with the most kindly pre tended Intentions Knowing that there is nothing which will turn a mats from a woman quicker than a feminine tight I hoped to use Miss Iloyle for the pur pose ot drawing out whatever ot tom per Miss ColIIlI wood might possess and Jctendetl that Alec should witness the scrimmage Ye secured Miss I1oyle and I chose her for my partner Miss Collingwood opened the game serving to me I Bent the ball hack und she returned lt It dropped just within the line but I pronounced It foul That wnsnt foul said Miss Cot lhgwoal 1 Joolwd at my partner for support Certainly It was she said My eyes must have deceived me said Miss Collingwood Some people cant play tennis nt all returned Miss lloyle on account of their eyes I thought I saw some thing amiss with yours Its quite noticeable There was nn ominous flash from Miss Collingwood She made no re ply and the game went on My own game had opened auspiciously and fortune continued to favor use Miss Moyle In volleying close to the net sent the ball against Miss Coiling wools nose The latter dropped her racket and caught n trickling stream of blood In her handkerchief You did that on purpose she cried casting a flashing glance at Miss IIoyle You flatter me It I could hit n mark like that Id enter for a clmm- plonshlp replied Miss lIoyle Miss Collln wood was getting ready for n rejoinder when I added to her rinsing hy asking It she would pro gameyI better Miss ild iputt In with that nose itll beInU the colors ot the rainbow tomor row My advice Is raw beotISome people are otfensivo with their advice snapped the sufferer Pleasure lead gone out ot the game for Alec lIe proposed to stop playing Miss Collln wood started for the housec to put cole wilIer on her nose Alec instead ot accompanylllg her OCCUpation lu Jatherlll the balls nndt rackets I whispered to him to tnl1C Miss I10yle home She smilingly acv repted Ids invitation As the twt Walked away Miss Colllnlwood turned and darted n fiery spark I saw her home addIng fuel to the flame by lag her that I thought Miss Hoyle hadI sent the ball against her nose on purpose and was trying to catch AlecII supposed that I lead only made a beginning but I was rah taken When Alec and I met again he confessed tome that there had been as affair between him and Miss Collingwood which I expressed great surprise butI that It was ended I kindly offered to give him my advice os to the best JWtthod ot dropping It The illusion Lad passed out ot him and nothing could bring It back When Mr Kirk returned from Eu I yope I made no mention ot his sonsfcape but ho learned ot It and me about It I told him the story nt the end ot which he said You should be In the diplomatic corps Thee first requisite of a dlplo meat Is absence ot conscience Judging t from your nets In this case you ddnt know the meaning ot the wordcI confessed that I had in the diplomatic line and be promised to see the secretary of state In my In tereat The result was an appointment nd having begun with a small stroket J tim now making big ones f t r J Wanted a Teacher With Wooden Leg A Mountain romance has been brought to light through the following queer advertisement Inserted In a Colo ratio paper by n member of the Vir girls Dale districts school boar- dWantedFor school district No 12a teacher with a glass eye gray headed a wooden or cork leg so she cant dance and Is sure to take to the woods 1f she sees n man coming Mies Myrtle Prude taught the Vir ginia Dale school She was pretty She was deluged with Invitations f dances and a dozen youths ot th farming country laid their hearts a the altar or her beauty The grave heads of the school board soon decided that a teacher who dances so divinely and so fro quently at right could not properlY work her head during the day Then enter the school board wit its outspoken advertisement Public Sale Pursuant to an agreement of all the helm of C R Campbell deceased that the homestead or said decedent be sold to satisfy lien debts and tha the estate ot said decedent may be thye heirs will offer for nt House door In Hartford Ohio coun ty Kentucky on Monday July 6th 1909 at 2 oclock p m to the high est and best bidder on six and twelve months time the homestead or said sidewor Rough River adjoining the Fair Ground and contains about 107 acres well Improved and In good state of cultivation The purchaser will be required to give bond and approved security Imme amountsgdue the infants Watcr and Annie Campbell shall be held hy the purcllll ser thereof until the respective par ties become twentyone years ot age and Interest nt the rate or six per cent will be charged on said amounts 4910 C M CRONE Agent BIG JUDGMENT IN lAR DIN CIRCUIT COURT I Oscar S Bond Wins Suit Involv ing about 12000 From Olla Wilson of Fordsville One or largest judgments returned In the Ilardin CIrcuit Court Is recent years was handed down yesterday by Judge Chief In the suit of O S Bond ot this city vs Olla Wilson of Ohio county Tile plaintiff obtained judgment from the defendant for lllS I with interest from July ll4t 1908 This was the entire amount claimed In the petition and Wilson did not appear In court or right the action To satla fy the judgment a sale or ten bonds or the Kentucky Tie Co of which Bond and Wilson were both Incorporators seventy five shares of the stock ot true concern and 20 shares of the stock or WlllsOIl Co all belonging to the defendant was ordered rune sale will lie made hy Master Commissioner Ashlock next county court day Alaskas Part inlthe Seattle Show In a vague way we have come to realize that SceroUiry Seward was not guilty of the folly or wlllch he was aeused when he paid 7200000 for The Alaska lurchase It Is now producing In hold alone every year three times as much as we paid for It Over 120000000 worth of gold 80000000 In furs and 90000 000 from Its fisheries have bent taken of Alaska In the last forty years It has developed an American iopula lion with American energy at Its highs pitch or the 000000 appropriated- by the Federal Government for Its representation at the exposition 100 000 was allotted to the Alaska exhibit The Alaskans themselver promptly trebled this sum In order It mist Uo proved beyond all question that their country la not an Icebox but d treasure cheSt And they will show not merely Its min eralsgold sliver copper tin lead coal petroleum gymsum marblennU many quicksilver and graphite not Its fisheries whose product has now reached the value or 10000000- a yearthey will also display vegetables fruits and grain by way ot proof that Alaska Is not only aplace n which money can be extracted the ground but a territory ot vast agricultural possibilities James 1 Farmer says that except In tho tar northern Paris the climate Is not nearly so severe as It Is n- he Dakotas Montana and Minnesota Is almost no limit to the agri- ultural possllJllltfes of the territory and It should not Ua forgotten that Alaska has good schools and churches and that the tto mancan livo comfortablyand contentedly In Alaska as he can In the States- r 77 cf i ORIGIN AND SlfiNIEI CANOE OF BIUSOiNG It is a Positive Sign of an Active lMfndand to the Face I An eminent English medical psychologist has recently declared that It requires brains to blush that the ablllty to blush Is In direct ratio to blushingtIs an ot every one should be proud for It Is a posi tive sign ot an active brain Idiots can not blush and neither can animals Similarly lnfantsdo not blush although they learn to do so facthas higher functl9ns Morover the blush can not be caused by any physical means It Is the mind which must be affected says Pearsons Weekly Aside from the tact that blushing has its origin In the minds Its most Iswlthtrare exceptions confined to the face ears and neck Unglotwith heat there are few known cas es where the actual reddening or the skin entended farther than the collar bones ort he shoulder blades According to Darwin and Sir James Paget our personal appearance and not our moral conduct Is the funda mental element or blushing It Is started with the wish to bo admir ed In the mere thinking ot what oth er people thought of us In the early stages ot civIlIzation people were judged more for their physical beauty than for their moral conduct and the habit ot blushing arose from the fear of blame or disapproval on that account Then as the race progressed and moral and Intellectual qualities became more and more to be valued the rear or blame or dlsRllllroval became as It were grafted on to the other and simpler fear and to express Itself by mental association In the same way As our Ideas became more complex and we kept adding to our reasons to I blushing we were not able to change our physical makeup and continued to blush In the same old way and for all the now causes I This brings us to the difference between tile flush of anger and the true blush As auger Is a mental state Incited from without so the mental confusion which shows ltseiLln the blush originates within us We have seen how blushing orlgl hated In an anxiety about our personal apearanee Now our chief concern In this regard has always been the face the natural seat of personal at tractiveness Therefore the first thought upon meeting those whom we desire to please was of our faces and I If for any reason wo suspected und It for any reason we suspected that our faces did not please our minds were naturally Coucllltmted up on the detect there Shyness modesty shameall have their foundations In the primitive love or admiration and the blush ot the girl who meets her lover Is af ter all only n sublime sort or personal vanity questioning Its owners power to please y Notice in Bankruptcy In the district court of the United States for the western district of Kentucky Owensboro division In the matter or Robert A Owen bankrupt To the Creditors of Robert A Owen or Hartford in the County or Ohio r and district aforesaid bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that on the 20th day of June A D 1909 the said Robert A Owen was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting or creditors will be held at the law office of Dean Dean In Owensl Kentucky on the 9th day ot July A D1909 at 10 a m at which time the said creditors may attend prove thter claims appoint a trustee ox mine the Bankrupt and transact other business as may properly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy Owensboro Ky June 2tUh 1909 In Sad But Loving Memory Of little Mary Elizabeth Renfrow- daughterof Mr and Mrs A R Rea- frowof Narrows who died tune 231909 She was 18 months old she lert behind a mother and father and two sisters a hosts of relations and1 world ot friends to mourn her loss She was a little flower budded on earth to bloom In heaven No sweeter I or purer spirit could have lived than hers She has suffered much pain The death angel bore her pure sweet spirit to eternal rest All that loving hearts and wllltng hands could do wasdonc jut trdsaw bbs to take her homo where nIl sorroryand sufferings are over and where notnre 1 1 4 i i ji wn tears are shed Mary Elizabeth was a sweetlIttle girl it was hard So bard to give her up but theppy thqughtofmoetin her ff Heaven aboke gives comfo- anc pceto out rQvedbearts May we all lWe close to s and meetMary Elizabeth inheaven treasureLfttlaEI1zaUetit And otfr In full swe measure Centered In our darling child Mary E grew each day the dearer As her happy life went on Until the angel coming nearer Seemed to call and she was gone Her life was frail and tender Faded as the railing leaves And our hearts were made to render Tribute to the fate thatt grieves Mid the days In quiet spring time Sad and sweet with flowers bright Mid the grief we shall remember Mary E spirit took its flight Thus we lost our household treasure Who so early passed away Thtts did grief In full sad measure Come to us that sad spring day Thus were ties so sweet and tender Broken neath the heavy rod Thus did we In tearssurrender Little Elizabeth backto God Earth has lost Its look ot gladness Heaven seems to us more brighter Since the spirit of our darling Took Its happy homeward flight Her Cousin ELIO T RENFROW Narrows Ky June 24 1909 Bardw11 Barnard BREEDERS OF DUROC JERSEY SWINE We have oil hand at all times bargains for farmers We will offer cash premiums at County Fair for Registered Duroc Jerseys Visit or write them at McHenry Ky v Pti PA r- Nf HIGH AFI 11McCALLreliability nearly 40 years Sold In nearly every elt and town United States and Canada or by mall direct More sold than any other make Send for free catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscriber than anyother fashion magazlnemilUon II Lat cst plain sewing fancy needlework haldrelngI etiquette good etC Only to cents a year worth double Including a free pattern Subscribe today or send for cory WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cull prize offers Address SEE McCAlL CO mis Z8 W S7Ua St NEW YORK 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE IIDESIGNS Anyone sending a sketch and description may- quickly ucertatn our I y w ether an- tloneitonetl probably tAICommnnleaI ItANDBoDK on iatenta sent fres oldes6agency forsecunngpatents Patents taken R eo receive peebl notice without charge lu the Scientific RmericaaeAha- ndsomely illustrated weekly r+raeetclr SoldbyalnnewsdealersEIUNN R 0 Real Estate gFor SaleW- e have about 70 acres of good roadoneandhhlfly on the oI JI En R dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supplY of freestone water A tour room house in Hartford located on tile PIke aero lot splendtd well of soft wader pl sty oi fruit for small family This is a dos4lable piece of property A nwe house and lot situated In old FaIr ground addition to Hartford lot 110x146 teet hous tour room cottage a good awe bars Desirable location and lot at the corner of Clay and W88blngton streets now owned by E Crabtree This Js one of the finest locations In Hartford and the property Is In good repair House contains ntne rooms and there J a IWVcr felling spring of sort water on thO lot Tbls property mn be pur chased at a very reasonable figure Apply at once as it will not be on the market long 12 acres on the Beaver Dam and Cromwell public road 112 mile from Beaver Dam In good date or cultivation good young orchard grapes straw berries raspberlea good 4 room cot Cage with vannda good small frame barn other outbuildings consisting ot meat house hen house coal house goo well Located In good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on prentls public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good four room dwelling and good out buildings Two good wells Located In good neighborhood close to schooL 182 acres of upland known DB the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In spoodld state or cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and outbuildings iota of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling and store house one nero of lot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county one retie from R R Statton In center of fine farming country No competition In bulnesse For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east or Hartford good dweHlng and out building orchard plenty or water 40 lIcrcsIi Umber balance In good aato ot cultivation tract of land on the Sulphur IA and Harord public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 60 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending n well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In ooa toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for too owners and our purpose ts to bring together the buyer and sober For this service charge one stroll commission No charge if tlO sale Js effected List your properly with us or Jt you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY lOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and HornEt and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN TwiceaWeek wensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE itPUBLICAN and lJauy vwenSDoro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 1T5 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 TUE REPUBLIcAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 f Address all orders toITHE REPUBLICAN SURE CURE For All Daeaseaa o- fSTOMACH Live KIDNEYS r Good House and LEGTBII f Quick aellefand Cerdor Headache llackacke DizzlneuI- ndigeatioa Malaria etc 1ii r t4 4leySberiff Hartford DeputlellS A rB- rafuller W C Aahiey J VV Martin Grant onard burl convened t1181i TJ Monday In Marob and August had con Unues three weeks and tnlrd Monday In May and November two weeks t 1wAttorney Hartford Court convenes ffirst Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegha on the third Monday In January April July and Oc r tober Court of clatmconvenu first Tues in January and On the tint Tues tOtherShreve S W Leach Assessor Rio RoyJames DeWeeaeScbool SuperlntenM d eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coroaey j Jingo p JUSTICES COURTS JH Williams Beaver DamMarch ItIfJune 3 September 24 December It W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 2G June 25 September Z December 26 W S Lean DundeeMarch 7 June 26 SePtember 6 December 27 W n Edge lordsvllleMarch Z3June 2 September 27 December 23- B S Chamberlain BedaMarch la June 25 September 28 December 29 0 Herbert Render CentertownMarcit 30 June 29 September 29 December 30- Jchn H Mlles RockportMluch 31 1 June 30 September SO December 3 4 HARTFORD POLICE COURT n n Wedding JUdge J S GlennCity Attorney W M Hudson Marshal ImonthGeorge Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treas urer n E 1 Sammerman Co M Bar nett E E tJIrkhead Wayne GrIffin Hooker Williams and Lrnest Ellis tCroweBarnett and Dr E q SERVICESI FSunday7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m PmYI 1RevBaptist ChurchServices held Satur f day night before second Sunday Suaday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday antI Sunday night Prayer meeting every J jInIII1sonsnight In each moats Q M Barnett W 1t E P Moore Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets everyy I third Saturday nIght In each month RenderC Crowo Secretary IIIgtr Prlert Roscoe t I Hartford Chapter No 84 O E S I meets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HettdeRiley I Rough River LOdge No 110 Knlghq G of Pythlaa meets every Tuesday night RenderKHartford Tent No 99 K O T 11 fPiIondletonRecord Keeper tSunshine hive No 42 L O T tMeets first Friday evening asd third MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No4 G A 11rholds regular meetings Saturday bob the first Sunday In each month Ash RogersAditOhio TrIbe No 188 Imp Order RedkMen meets second and fourth Wednes l EMorrison I or Records Acme Lodge No 339 J O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B i B D Sdtroatereretary Carpenters and Joiners local No Il 1881 moots 1st Saturday night in each tmonth 4 Luce SecTnastjAmerican 11 NaUonalOlcers c O M F I GreetKy polis State Officers OfficersIJ C S B Ohio County DamKyKyCE tt1Js Ky DNo2J AB61amy Whte6vlIle DNo4 Jno W Taylor Beaver Dam BF IJJD No3 6 Richard Plunrmor Taylor IMlnes r 6 J L Drown RookpoI1t bITTERS r UICuratlviMedicine use SOc Guaranteed ilit 1 fi it 61 Ir c = INCASE OFt INJURY ANOTHErri Wait Patiently for Your Pass ion to Cool Before Deter I What to Do fmining It Is human nature to resent an Injury and with the first flaeh off angry resentment comes the determl nation to get even to hand beak i In kind what has been Inflicted A- In every case of anger this Is one o the times to walt a bit before doing anything reckless to the way of handing back the bad coin you think you may have received I often happens that we are offeade- where no offence was Intended Som careless word some thoughtless ac is constreu Into Intentional plane and so we make the mistake of cherishing anger against one who Is inn cent of evil Intentions It Is always Jest to be sure before you go ahead eepeclally 41n cases Ii when the getting even impulse Ie uppermost Returning evil fore vII under any circumstances Is a lJoor way of settling accounts and neer brings satisfaction In the end You may persuade yourself for a time that you are glad you gave as good as yo u got but the gladness is of short duration and Is soon displaced by a sense of dIscomfort of seltdlsgust and the I wish I hadnt feeling One of the current beliefs conVn Ing Indians Is that they wilt cherish for years it need be the memory of a wrong and then when their thane- t comes work their vengeance It Is of course this widespread idea th prompts the saying Im like an In dean I never forget nn Injury I can walt a long time to get even Well the longer you walt the be ter Even to the smart of a deep In jury conies soothing In a little while and the desire to get even parse One may be saved much sufCrelng from the consequences of hasty angry action If the getting even process Is Put oU until an Indefinite tomorrow And then there Is another phase of- I the question It Is not worth wlllle to put yourself on the level of one i Kwho Is capable of Intentionally In Juring another and this Is what O- UInre doing when you return injury for Injury Hold yourself above the 4wan action oven If you have beer the victim of oneI There Is seldom mi injury Inflicted whose effects are lasting though It may seem beyond bearing In the beginning but time the healer cures all things and with Its passing what was once a deep wound loaves scarcely n scar getryou These are to Le rememJered appreciated end returned with Interest Anything else Is not worth noticing The argument of this tale Is do not Inflict injury wait about rota1aUngI until you have had a chance t- changosbur mind and dont pride yourself cn being an Indian when It comes to remembering a wrong I J G Crabbe to Resign 1 Iaintsvlllo Herald says that J G Crabbe lltatO school superintedent i- to s succeed the lao nr Inaric IS prO a iIdent of the rast11111 ICrtucky StahlI Normal at Richmond Tim appoint meat of lf1r Cratbc It Is said hast been unanimously t1ced on by tho board of regent and the appolntme will bo announced later Mr Crabb- 1s i said to have arecptcd tile position It and wItl tender his resignation befort September W Ills successor will bo named by Governor Willson and wUl fill out the uncxllirod term of MI Crabbe Dawn The most difficult exusperatingm- rantankerous mil pessimist with whit h the smiling festive and Irrepross blo optlmlat tins to dent Is the tel low who takes soma stock In the deal Is the fellow who takes some sto- cis k the old saying that It Is away darkest just beforo dawn There Is of course no argument over the fact that dawn Is a joyous occasion even j foitro got up for It but says the pessimist admitting the truth of the adage one cannot tell when It Is darkest u- ttl n he actually sees the dawn H- Is e likely to say furthermore that If Its going to brIng dawn any sooner let It get dark asalmcat apythtu and the sooner and darker the bet tel One positivelyy cannot argue ngnl- aug7f ust logic for all aforesaid dawn lit Iol a joyous occl181on except to the man Who Is 8slcCliuid ho doesnt count As fur the roan who is hitoxlcated Jtls also question whether malUof the beaufles ofdawn are not lost because Is alrady so busy with jhis wn lresponQlbllltles that ho cap is rnot taken on any neW joy Then there ts the man who would r r 1 t stay upaU night In n brI1UantlylIght ed room practising unisuggesUon UndaRt would be prone to claim that tl1ere was no darkness outside but that It was aU Inside But Ii after settling up ho went out at the first faint blush of dawn It would look to him like about thirty cents worth of adulterated tallow candles and It nigh require several sUbsequent sittings dispeltheexceptionfs Wally darkness and dawn have to be- Ii taken just as they come and thee y continue to conic with regularity per teary notwithstanding Phil Cello m In July Lfpplncotta In Loving Remembrance our dear papa Dr L T Cox who 11Of June 21 IJOG long years ago you left usmHour by hour we saw you fade And slowly and sweetly sink to rest prayedoThat you might longer stay But wo know you are sate i- lleavcu n And Heaven retains our greatest treasure Often conies from our hearts a bitter cry Oh why why did our dear papa die Oh God how mysterious and strong are thy ways To take train us our loving papa In his best flays Sweet thoughts shall ever linger Around the grave where you are laid You have won n crown In Ileave eBy the pain you suffered here We miss you from our homes dear atpapa We miss you everywhere For one wo loved and dearlyprized eyestHomo Is not what It used to be Since our dear papa Is not there And how the sunbeams love to linger Whero our darling papa sleeps Papa dear three years ago This sad unhappy day We laid your Corm away to rest Where now It dwells with God In PeaceaAnd forever more Every breath Is a sight for our dear father Who left us and every hour That lJasses brings us nearer to him Papa rest In peace MARY In Memory The death angel visited the hem of Mr and Mrs J J Hurt and too from them their darling babe Bho was born August Hth 1908 and dlo Wat14 an uncommon child and 0110 sdevery parents we know It was hard to glvo her up but she budded on earth to bloom In Heaven She has gone before where parting la no more Pro panto meet her In the great beyond AN AUNT G D R Concessions to RenthThe underslgned committee whit rent tho concessions as n whole or separate for the Red Melll Pow Wow to- bo held at Cromwell Ky July lith Contract trust Lo closed on or bo fore July 1st E W JACKSON Y T WILIIS J W CON ER Committee New Scalp for Women Three patient surgical gardeners by trnnsphuding skin trout airs Amt a Rvdursens legs to her head pain r- tored s about I quarter of her scat p pearly I1S geod hs new but they can not guarantec that hair will grow on It It not there are wigmakers alma RetleroD n vigorous woman of thlrttwo living at No 417 East One Hundred and Twentysecond street was employed la Henry lohmal1 g mustard works No 213 East Ono I Hundred and twentieth street Thor her hale caught In a whirling grind I Ing machine February 8 last and In- an Instant her scalp from the top of tier forehead to the nape of her peck was torn oft In profoundest shock she was hurried to the lIar lam Hospital For some days her lllo was despaired of but she survived although the danger she had passed slightly unbalanced her mind Early In April Dee lIealy Herrlt- r y and Bennett of the hospital ataf began their surgical gardening They grafted little patches of her skin on the right side of bars RodOrsons pead Thoy Mayo poriDrmed nineteen such I 0IOratlgnHe0mo of the mInute Is tdlids of skin took rOt So to speak ot ers languished lint a quarter of hercranium Is covered wlthnw groW I pig scalp Jsdesconstantly for eh6 has threatened 8111 cldeaut the doctorS will keep at t 4 CHANCE NAMEt OF THE METHODIST CHURCH There is a Strong Movement on Foot to Drop Word South From the Title A Memphis Tenn dispatch says TJlo dropping of the word south trot the name of the Southern Methodist Episcopal church at the next general conference at Asheville N C will be urged by many minfsterae according lemphl8Iand was the subject of a hot debate by local members of the church It was explained flint the failure of missionaries to 1lOable to explain the eaning of the word South In the churchs name while working In Pore Ign lands Is directly responslblo for the movement The Methodist church In the south has had the word In Its official many will oppose a change now title since before the civil war land Missionary workers are taking the lead in the movement here and else where In the south The Easiness of Death It le as natural to die I1s It Is to livesand as easy Practically all the distress witnessed as taking place In the act of dying Is the automatic tissue struggle against dissolution and la not recognized by the individual who seems to be acutely suffering Occasionally In the delirIum of fever In uremia and other Intoxications In certain of the brain degenerations witnessed In old age there Is an evl hilaraUon or happy peaceful calm thin perDdes the final steno I remember ono dear lady a Swoed enborglan who believed that after death ono would follow the occupa tion that had been most congenial tho present lire This lady was especially fond of babies fondling them and giving them personal care Who she came to die of a lingering most pailful illnessat the final niomon- tI beantlttc smile pervaded her count she beamed in gentle ecstasy nd murmured Now I see the licav enly light I see a baby Yet Nature la not often so lavish with her kindness Usually eerthlng- Is dulled blunted so that at the border line between lute and death itJ Is often difficult oven impossible for certain time to say whether the soul has fled or not It was long l1ehated In melllcal circles whether fokr v departure of the vital spark for u longer or shorter time A mus cue will contract to the electric cur rent for a conslderablo time after th oul Is on Its way The hair grows palpably after death Of course there are sortie exceptions and once In n whllo so I rear and so I am told sumo one dIes really In conscious terror and protest Gut I have not seen such n taking off amid I can state candidly that o many scone of deaths that fj ave witnessed In hospital nun out among tho very teem and very weal thy the young and tho old the Illous and the blasphemer soniv of which h ave tun very painful to behold In nearly nil of them the main actor ut the last mcneut was not con cious of what was going on Tito oc catlonal examples of conscious cheer ulners are the exception and still more so instances of terminal torture The Worlds Gold Supply There Is about twice as much gold in the world today as there teas n quar ter of a century ago and the amount Is halt as large again us It was 10 years ago rho stock of gold money has grown at an even greater rate being practically 76 per coat larger than It was a decade ago These statements summarize In a very genI- I oral way tile result dismissed by some tables prepared by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor for publication In the forthcoming statlstlcui abstract of the United States Speaking In general terms tho gold prductinn of the world from the discovery of america to the present time lies aglre gated 13000000000 the amount of gold now In xliltel1ce 18 estimated 11000000000 and the value of atI gold coIn In nil the countries of world for whc1h statistics are avail able pow aggregates about 7000000 000 Umw bt the notable features of the statlstfcal showing made is rho rapid Increase In the production of gold In recent years It appears that prior tt the year 1700 the worlds gold llroI ductton averaged about 5000000 a year i from 1701 to 1760 It lveraged llQIlCromi71i0Jn ear came the great gold discoveries In the Unit ed States and In Australia The out v rtwas Increased nearly tenfold the annual output of gold mines ranging above 100000000 a year from 1860 to 1890In 1893 the production exceed ed OOOOOOO the year following It was 181000000 two years later than that viz 1896 It was 202000000 Thenceforward the Increase was still more rapid The 300000000 line was crossed In 1899 more than 400000000 was produced In 1906 410000000 in- 1D07 and 427000000 In 1908 Summarizing the resutts of the great Inc ease in gold production during recent years It appears that the output of that metal during the 10 years ending with 1908 aggregated 3400 090000 while the product of the 16- years Immediately preceding amount ed to 2400000000 making a total or5800OOOOOO worth or gold llrodu- cedln the last 25 years out of n tot production of 13000000000 since fife discovery of AmerlcaDrad streets Sheriffs Sale The Commonwealth of Kentucky to the Sheriff of Ohio county greeting We command you that you expose to sale the estate or J S Vertrees towit A certain lot lying and be- Ing In the town of Hartford Ky and designated on the plat of the East Addition to said town which plat Is of record to Deed Book No 31 on page 233 and which lot In said plat is designated lot No 2 In Block S and being the same lot conveyed to Jas S Vertrees by the Cessna Realty Cmnpany as Is evidenced by deed of record In the office aforesaid InI Deed Book No 36 on page which according to our commands I you hare taken Into your hands and I which still remains In your hands unsold as you have certified to the Judge of our Ohio Circuit Court to satisfy Butler Dros the sum of 6254 with Interest thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 19th day of October 1908 until paid Also the sum of 12li which In the same Court was adjudged to Butler Dros for their costs In that behalf bathnugafnst the said James S Vertrees hy virtue of a judguent of the Ohio Circuit Court and that you have the said sums of money before the Judge or our said Court at the Court house In Hartford Ky on the Saturday succeeding the that Monday In July next InIterostthou mil there this writ Witness E G Darrass Clerk of our said Court nt the Court House aforesaid this 3rd day of June 1909 E G IIARRISS Clerk Per S L tlUERNEIt ll C Was Not Suicide The Multletburg Argus saysCor thntethe fiveyear old son of Doc Scott did not commit suicide on account of being punished by his mother liS reported In this community and lIub fished In the newspapers lust week lie says ho made a thorough hives t1a 1 Ion and Is convinced that the little fellow canine to his death 1- 1acchlcnt airs Scott bad washed mid cleaned up tho little fellow and Le and his little sister hall gene out to play as they bad done dally they went near the well the combing of wlileit Is uno lnrles above thl gtcumid and covered by a top in which here is a small door The children noticed that the rope was out of the pulY and the boy climbed up to put the rope back when for some cause the troll fell dropping him downward It Is evident that the boys head struck the side breaking his neck No water had entered his lungs which is evidence that he was dead when he struck tHe water The first Intimation Mrs Scott had that the boy was In the well was from the little girl who ran to her mother and told her of the accident I Mr Scott lies been prostrated since the sad event and sufferers keenly over the report that she had whlll lIed the child The Latest Scheme We note the following In one of our Western Kentucky exchanges Tho latest fake practiced on farmers is done by a titan who visits the place and claims that lie has been sent out by the State to examine fruit tree diseases Thef ellow will go over the claims are affected portly after orchard and murk all trees which he his visit a confederate will appear and say that he has a preparation which will cure the disease for which the tree Is condemned and wilt conItract to Inject a fluid into the roots for a certain price Doth men are swindlers mid should be run oft the place with a shotgun C4ASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Sigaetlue or a Safety in Airships Current statistics report that since li83 only 57 persons have been killed as the result of flights In gas bal loons This takes lu a period of crude experimentation the scientific methods of inter time reducing the risk of lire Hardly a week passes In time United States without its rec ord of klllngs by automobiles the victims often being occupants of mo tor cars as well as those In their path Yet the popular Imllresslon Is that of the two forms of locomotion the aerial metbod Is far the most hazardous Possibly the reverse of this when fully understood will les semi the attraction of ballooning as a sport What seise will there ho In stealing mi airship for a joy ride when there Is no promidse of howling over a few clmlldreu In the highway of the air and small chance of smashing the machine against a telegraph post Half the fun of tearing through a crowded street or around a Mind turn Is In the possibilities or foes of life and limb We are told that ballooning Is al ready inexpensive by comparison with main tenanco or fast automobiles Add to this the assurance of Its relative security for all concerned mil the day that time alrshlll tell supplant the motor car as nn lnstrumentallty- of exclting pleasuro may be lung lie laycalNew York Press Ready for Your Taxes We nm IVOl111al by S4uriU It n Martin that tbo Auktor Ios certify cd his tux totdlcrs for the yatr 1109 aril that Le Is now heady to ro celvo ell Ida tax rnoocy which the Ic11zais cf Ohio wurty may be wJl Pug to furnish I Alcohol to Chi drer I Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic stimulant for children He will probably say Very very rarely Children do not need stimulating Ask him how often he prescribes a tonic for them He will prob ably answer Very very frequently Then ask himI about Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for young Follow his advice He knows TC Ayer CoLoweJ 3IThe first great rule of healthDaily bowels Your doctor If Ithls is not so Then ask him about Aycrs Pills Sold for nearly sixty years s s i GET OUR PRICES j l l- ON rre and Quincy Granites i8l Alto and Vermont Marbles iItalian STATUARY WORK r = n TOE THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Hartford Ky WWVWVJJRI vl+ J l VW7 JP3JIJ1 rtDSYit1b c tl BANLT C ESxire BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY- lull practice their profession In all the courts of OhIo and adjoinIng coun atIto business entruted to their care Colleetlona and the Practice of CrIminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his professIon In Ohio and adjoinIng counties and In the Court ColIectloneaid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FederAIMc Collections promptly attended to countyttlce MLIHAVIUS BluNnwfwouhlvAtl HEAVRIN WOODWARD Q oeteOs ct HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention siren criminal practice and collection Of flee next door to flank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In all tile Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National sank WI1IIAIlSIS s A ASIIEIl80I BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys anj Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned unnounce that they have formed a partnership or the prac- ttce of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices smith side of Main aim eet opposite Court house Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affectinG Titles to Real Fstato will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES SA AUEnSO JOltS iuWILSON CUI M CliO WI i WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORb KY Wlll pracdce their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining COUDo ties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal pniCUCO and to coleetions Ofioo on Main S opposite Court house a t TRADEMARKS prowptlr ublinM1 In all ccuutc I or u f wu ubwu PATtNTS THAT PAM ulvcratrmtburvo Watoul orirsc cd dtp ruUtn ewe 1k1l1I0 I pjtucecc 4for FRtt report SURImk nIftL1 wr ct- o5O3O5 Seventh StrootWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNow FOR I1aeaOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATIBFAOIOB1n OR MONEY REFUNDED DDEFENDEDaendmodetr lees 4aTICS sOW b ebutn petnt U4 Inatke COUNTRIESUmleer tim- ewory odeke fdejJlnlt lclualvelWritens WsZL Btnel e IIattee latee ratat 01d 4 WASHINGTON D C of t V SALE tBEGINS JULY 3 I style Pont rolls i11lDont miss word Every quotation means saving cents difference you may attended past this sale eclipses them all r Greatest Cash Clearing Sale Ever Held in County in This Section State necessarysM H 6 E JW Everything Goes Regardless of Prices On every hand you will find prices cut and slashed We must room we must have money The prices quote here are only samples of the reductions we are willing to make in order to obtain both Dont wait Dont delay Every time you save a dollar you earn During this sale you will have an opportunity save more money than you ever were able to save before in any kind of a sale f we have a sale we make pricesthat the people Surprisingly new in Indies can be found at our store OnJJthem Very lowprice IfordMens Oxfords Kcgnlar price S150 Sale price 110 Regular price 250 Sale prieeaRegular price Sale price Regular price L50 Sale priceu 275 Ladies Oxfords price110RegularRegular price 250 Sale Price 200 Regular price 300 Sale price 240 Jig Value in Steed Slacker S25O Strong wellmade frame excellent quality handwoven reed Every chair carc fully inspected before leaving factory This chair has large roomy seat and is well braced Heavy arm This ekair is made in one of the largest factories in the ccpnfay l I J I lar I J t Remember the date and place Liii ImportantAnnouncement a a of to you It doesnt any how sales have in the This is the This or of the have we f one to When bring 200 300 250 hardwood Yrff w I make One job lot of Childrens White Hose regu 15c and 25c cent values During this Sale only 5c One lot of embroidery regular5c and 6cval ues Sale price3cAls-oone lot of I Oc and 15 cent values Sale price 7c LADIES AND MISSES I I Suits Our stock represents the best thingsj in vogue in the worlds fashion centers Never have the suit materials been prettier in weave texture and color The highest art of the designer and modiste has been requisitioned by our suit makers and the resulting garments have every dainty touch of refinement that the most exacting taste can desire Our purchase of suits for this season shows a variety of weights designs and patterns from which you can readily select what you desire There are suits with rather short jackets and Bothers with the long jackets which are rapidly winning inteasedpres tige in style centers Ladies Suits f Regular prjco 400 Sale price 4 275 Regular price 550 Sale price 400 S 5 yTvAmerican Beauty Corsets One of the most popular Corsets on the market today made of good Coutil trimmed with dainty rich lace withdrawn ribbon through yilljlt wide range of figures boned with nonrusting steels and has waterproof caps Our price during this sale 85o CARSONINCORPORATED r J 4 t SALE- f CLOSES JULY 10 Mens Ready to = Wear I I Clothing that mean an saving in dollars and cents to any or in this community I ISTYLES found in our clothing department are absolutely the latest We bur direct from one of the largest manufacturers in the entire The workmanship materialand value of every piece olclotb ing wo handle cannot be ex celledYou will End no sweat ahop or ahod dy cloths here No undersizes all full sized garments In the latest mod iah fabrics ourciothaare famous for then uptodate nuaTh values oro- umoarpused We guarantee a ntlt doesnt pay to take a chance in bu- Yinltc1olhoa them orexamine the cloth Sane Ranging to race Up FrMI 750 1 Yi j Extraordinary Values in Mens and Boys Fash ionable Suits Prices actual man boy THE clothing country Try Mens Suits Regular price1000 Sale price8 750 Regular price 1400 Sale price 1000 Regular price 1500 Sale price 1075 Regular price 1650 Sale price 1200 Regular price 1850 Sale price 1350 i Regular price v 2000 Sale price 1ij00t t Youth s Suits Regular price 500 Sale price S375 Regular price 900 Sale price 650 Regular price 1000 Sale price 750 I Boys Knee Suits RegularpriceS 150 Sale prce8115Regular price 250 ale price 185iRegular price 500 Sale price 375 Unheardof Prices on Staple Dry v Goods Antrim Lawns yardper i y 3Jo00 Hoosier Dontestiot 43o Hope Bleach 7 0 OneYard length Calico 80 1 Dont forget date of Sale begin ning July 3 amending July 10 These prices are for cash only cc r Hartford 1J1 1 1 1 r f s y