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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t anIjt i- iII Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year Ft VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 9 909 No 51 TEACHERS fOR THE YEAR Reports From Other I School Boards Other Matters of Vast Interest to Many Teachers and Pupils The following teachers were elected in educational division No 1 elecINo 2 NO 3 Crow Qeorgte Raymond No 4 Buford Loner C Taylor No- L West No Creek W R Carson No 6 No Creek Fred Anderson No7 Beds O p Carson No 8 Alexander Maymeo Shown No I Sarvis Hill Clarence Shown No 10- Bartletts T H Hamilton No 11 Westerfleld Dovey Oreer No 12 Cane no election No 13 Cane Run no election No 14 Moseley Owen Ambrose to 15 Washington no election to 16 Clear Run J T Hoagland to 17 Mt Mlarlah W I Scott Ambrose No 18 Bens Run Eva Taylor to 19 Greet C W Moseley No 20 Taylorfleld Robert C Taylor judge Taylor has caned a graded stihooi election to be held at WII- llams MInes school house August 21st for the purpose of determining wheth er the three schools of DlcHenry Render and Williams will unite In the formation of a graded school The following teachers were selected by the l3oard of Education of Ivl slon No 3 4 Sub distrlct No 1 Tanglewoo- dEa Milrtln No 2 Basham I 1- II Stewart No3 Narrows J S Loy al No4 Hickory Grove Mrs Sallie 0Tlewley No ii Dayldson Leo Loyal No6 Dundee J C Lawrence No 1 New Bamls J W Petty No 8 Sunnydale A D Baughn No9 Palo Ernest Duke 00io Jingo Wayne Udktff No 11 Duff N B White No 12 Olaton Vernon Crow der No 13 Whlteoak Ruth Awtrey No 14 Wilson Alec Boswell No 15 Schroader Ruth Hammons No 16 Concoard Veola WesterfleldNo 17 Victory Anna E Keown to 18 Edwards Mack Martin to 19 Rickets Sherman Taylor No 211 Almshouse Lucy Rock No 21 Beech Valley Mary Miller No 22 Sulphur Springs Maude Shultz Teachers selected for educational division No4 are as follows Sub cllstrlct No I Antioch John Allen No2 Arnold Leslie Shultz No3 1 Cave Hill Maude Stedart No 4 t Balzetown DL A Embry No5 Select J Alex Rhoads No6 Effie Etsle No 7 Horse Branchl Jessie Ford No8 Byers Jessie Byers No 9 Leach B nMorrls No 10 Hopowell Everett Mules No 11 Salem Ja Cummings No 12 Rosine Lafe Embry No 13 Vlno Hill Jessie Raley No 14 Mt Pleas ant Birch Shields No 15 D ugh t erty Coma Wilson No 16 Sugar Grove U C Crowder to 17 Rob Roy O W Willis No 18 Excelsor Eva Ragland No 19 Horton Ethel Raines No 20 Oak Grovb Earl Smith The following schools according to the best Information obtainableI were left uusupplled with teachers Subdlstrlct No 20 Maxey Educa tlonal Division No5 located near Rochester It pays for 50 pupils Sub district No 21 South Sulphur Springs Educational dlvsloJl No5 neat Beaver Dam It pays for 30 pupils Subdlstrlct No 15 Coltman Educational Division No6 It pays t for 50 pupils Subdlstrlct No I Lawson EducaUoal Division No 1 near Livermore it pays for 36 pupils Subdlstrlct No 13 Crane pond Edu entnonal division No it payS for 01 l 36 pupils Also Subdlslljet No 15 I J Washington Educational Divisional No1 and Subdlstrlct NO11 Lower Point Educational Division No6 were not supplied with teachers but arrangements have since been made supplying these two schools with i tteachers It Is useless for teachers without schools to make further Vii quince qr tM Superintendent this Is all the Information rolatlveli to vacant schooJAbe The examination for opolntment to the State Unlyeralty will Je held o1n r rJr A Hartford at the regular July examina tion The education rally held at Beaver Dam last week the board or education took active measure tb give Supt Coates a suitable reception Miss Den Woodward had charge of the decora tion of the schlo hall Special hand Mils were struck and scattered over the city Every business house was closed Dr S D Taylor presided ot the meeting and Introduced the speaker Miss Mary Stewart furnIsh ed Instrumental music A fairly representative audience Including many out of town teachers were present to greet the speaker It was a success ful meeting In every sense of the word and special thanks are due to the members of the Board of education for the preparations and Interest shown In the meetingISupt Coates was unable to attend the educational rally at Centertown His place was supplied by Prof S PI McKenney and Rev Pendland Prof Jackson and the school board hadI made extensive preparations to entertain Supt Coates and furnish himI an appreciative audience and It wasI regretted very much that he was un able to be present oweverthe local speakers furnished amply repaid those who attended the meeting The preparations and the audience speak veryI encouragingly for the new graded school at Centertown Roc lrt gave Supt Coates a representative audience and a most res pectful hearing All business houses were closed and every representative citizen was present Special credit fo the success of the meeting Is due Proto McKenney and the local board Prof Y M Crowder and other teach ers associated with him had made preparations for the entertainment of Supt Coates ol Horse Branch but on accoun of the Illness at Fordsvlll ho could not be present and the audience made up of t achers and many others Intre ested ii1 the cahse of education was disappointedThe of Cromwell met Supt Coates ot Beaver Dam conveyed him splendida rainy night entertained him and re turned him to Beaver Dam For the success of these various educational gatherings over the coun ty and the Interest manifested in them the superintendent desires to express his sincere thanks to the va rious teachers and boards of educa tion who contributed to make them successfulMr C Moseley of Ralph was Intown Monday Mr H E Brown Rochester was hi Hartford the first of the week making the preliminary arrangements necessary to entering upon his duties as teacher In the high school the last of August The Supt has authorized subdlstrlc trustees to purchase at the beginning of the schools buckets dippers crayons and such other articles as might be necessary but other articles as might be absolutely necessary for the conduct of the school but under no circumstances are subdistrict trustees authorized to expend any money In Improvement or repair of buildings and grounds except upon the permission of the County Board of educa tionAccording to agreement between the Ohio county Board of Education and trustees of Hartford Graded School every student In Ohio county outside of the graded schools will bo admit ted to free tuition In the hlghschool very candidate possessing a common school diploma will be admitted to tho high school without oxamlna lion otherwise an admittance examination will be required It Is hoped that every pupil eligible will take advantage of this opportunity to ob taln a high school education Every parent or pupil Interested Is urged to communicate with the chairman of his educational division or Prot H E Brown Hartford Ky It Is hoped that a spirited rivalry will spring up among the different educational divisions as to which shall have the greatest number of students I In the school for the diIvlsfonthe interest of the high schooland he hopes to se his division at the head of the list In olnt ot numbers Notice I Centertown local Union No 567 of file A S of E will meet ot Rough River schoolhouse Friday night July 9 to attend to irnrtantbusiness I of A ROSS Seey J OHIO COUNTY MAN IS PRESS Weller Succeeds Dunn as Head of Green R District 1 J Feeling General for Closer Rt J lations Among all Tobacco Organizations 4 The Owensboro Inquirer says 1 At the close of the executive session of the American Society ofd Equity late Thursday evening It was announced that J W Dunn had rev signed as district president and hadI been succeeded by J R Weller of Ohio county Mr Dunn resigned because of the Inactivity of DavleSB county In district work and because the small representation of Da vless county growets at the meeting He stated that he did not deem It proper that the county doing the least work should have the highest office Ed Lamar of Hancock count and Price Baird of Davless county were also placed In nomination ORGANIZATIONS AGREE One excellent and satisfactory rev suit of the all day session Thursday was an agreement between the Amer Ican Society of Equity and the Green River DIstrict Tobacco Growers 01- 1soclatlon In regard to a cooperation In the selling of the crop The resolutions adopted by each organization and looking to their act Ing la concert In the matter of pric Ing and selling tobacco this fall were as followsi GREEN RIVER ASSOCIATION Whereas several tobacco organization In the same territory ore opt to be construed as rival organizations t therein therefore be It Resolved That this Green River Tobacco Growers Association invite the Green River DIstrict Tobacco Growers association of the A S of E and the Home Warehouse associa tion to appoint committees to repre sent their several organizations In a conference for making prices and effecting sales of all tobacco pledged to either committee and the number of members of these appointed commit tees shall ho determined upon the sis of the board of control or this baI ganlzatlon os compared with the t bacco controlled by the Green River District of the A S of E and Home Warehouse associationE J O MADDEN W G RIOEY STEPHEN TAYLOR As soon as this resolution was re ceived and the committee retired It was unanimously agreed that a comI mlttee be appointed to report an an swer to this resolution Chairman F K Moseloy soon reported as follows A S OF E RESOLUTION creelotedlIeve that the more possession of large acres In any way changes that WhiCh the Creator has made and as the member bo lie rich or poor is basis of representation In the AS E we hereby say to the Green ofII Tobacco Growers association that will accept their offer of a truce it the number of poolers be fixed as aI basIs of representation Instead of the number of acres or the quantity of tobacco I F K MOSEIEY Chairman 011fewbut a few seconds ot delay when a few at different points In thoroom suggested that nothing better could ho desired and they were quickly met by nods of assent and a motion to accept the amendment was quickly put and unanimously carried Agrlcul1ture her and will probably be succeeded by Charles F SCott at present Representative In Congress from the Second District of Kansas and chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture Mr Wilson has realized his ambl- ttlou of serving la the Cabinet for a longer continuous term than any other mina Tie entetgd the Cabinet In Presk entIcKlnleys first term lie IIageIn the Department ot Agriculture and likewise many now lines of research the results of which have aided far mers throughout the country T Sad Death of Miss Georia Slack Miss Georgia Slack died of heart trouble at 1210 oclock Tuesday morning at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs R W Slack at Owens boro after an Illness of eight days She was the youngest daughter or Mr and Mrs R W Slack and waS one of the most popular and lovable young women of the city She was seriously ill from the first and for the past few days her condition had been considered extremely serious Miss Slack was 37 years of age a member of St Stephens Catholic church andI one of the most active church workers In the city She was so efficient InI nil of her duties that she held esteem of all her acquaintances The funeral was conducted from St StephI ens Catholic church Wednesday morn Ing at 9 oclock by the Rev McConnell The Interment took place In the Catholic cemeter- yHARTFORDS NEIC- OMMERCIAL CLUB Gets Busy and Will Make Hard Pull for the Town The Hartford Conunerctal Club heldI an Important meeting last Friday night at the courthouse which WlSI well attended by the business men or the town Mr T R Barnard preslI dent and J n D Carson Secretary were both In their places On motion Mr J li WIlliams was elected Treasurer The membership committee compo sed of J C lIer Ira Bean and A C Yelserh reported G5 additions to the clubs and they were all elected to mein- bership It was decided to furnish a membership card which will be got ten up In neat farm and will be of material assistance to members In many ways The Chairman appointed the follow lug Board of DIrectors R htoibrook E M Woodward S A Anderson A C Yeiser J C lIer C M Barnett W S Tinsley J G Ieovn F L Fell and Ira D Bean I The following standing committees were then appointed Finance S A Anderson J B Tappan and D D SchroeterEntertainment W S TInsley E embelshIPIJM Barnett R E Leo Slnuaernnan anl J T Moore Mercantile and Mauufactury Inter ests R Holbrook T H Black and E G Barrass andIlsaacr Taylor On motion the club decided to Inv the Green River Association ot old reU1llonIThe club adjourned subject to the call of the president Committee Meeting Pursuant to call the Republican County Executive Committee met at- tho court house last Saturday nt 3 oclock p m for the purpose of rec ommending jersons for Election Corn missioner In the absence of the re gular Chairman E M Woodward was elected chairman protem A roll call showed 20 members present eith er In person or by proxy The party law fixes the 1st Saturday In July for the committee meeting ror this put pose On motion the following per sons were ordered recommended to the State Board from among which one will be appointed to the position Sam T Barnett J A Bilbro R R Riley P T Tweddell and R W King The following committee was appointed to select the Campaign committee the selection to be ratified by the majority of the County candl rdates Df L C M Barnett IIr 9 COUNTY UNIONI OF THE A S OF Ee Completes Work in one Day Session Must Have Been A Paid up Member by July First to be Entitled Ito Pool The OhIo County Union of the American Socley or Equity met In regular session at the courthouse last Friday and by streusous effort on tits part of the delegates and officers the business or the association was completed In one day This Is the first time In the history of the society In Ohio county that such a record has been made The principal part of the business of the association was transacted while meeting In executive session none except equity people being present The most Important Item or buslI ness transacted at the meeting was the adoption or a resolution provid- Ing that the tobacco acreage and pool Ing pledges be corrected copied and sent to the County Secretary on or before July 10th It was the sense of the delegates present that the resoI lution passed at the last regular convention prohibited anyone who hind I not become a member In good stand- Ing by July 1st from signing the pooling pledge So In accordance with this Interpretation of the resolution no one will be permitted to sign the pledge who had not paid his dues for the year 1909 before July 1st The committee appointed at the previous meetlllg of the county Union to confer with a committee of the Unit ed Mine Workers of America reported that a rally had been arranged to be held at McHenry July 13 at which eminent speakers representing loth the American Society or Equity and the United Mine Workers or tmorlca would address the people Mr T I Lewis representing the United Mine Worlters of America and Mr E J Davenport the American Society or Equity being among the number The Livestock committee of the association reported that splendid suc cess hind been mode In the handling of livestock through the pool as perfected at previous meetings of the county union Steps were taken to provide a more perfect arrangement for the handling or stock UlIII It Is now believed that considerable money will be saved to farmers who sell thel- stocfk through this committee As a whole the meeting was one of the most Impollallt ever held In the county though not so great amout or business os Is sometimes disposed of was tranacted Vlcepresldent J R Weller presided during the entire session president S I Stevens being detained In a meeting or the Ltve stock com mlltee- I FOR THE BUSY READER IThe Senate adopted the joint reI providing for the submission to the Slate or an amendment to the Constitution authorizing the levy of a tax on Income There were no votes against the resolution o Corning Into contact with a hive wire near his home at New Orleans Andrew Brawn 12 years old J8 still alive otter an electric cyrreut or 2301 volts hind passed through his body He was badly horned but physicians think he will recover Stable Burned On Tuesday night during a violent rain and electrical storm which pass Ad over Hartford lightening struck the handsome Mlable recnetly erect ed by Col T J Smith on Clay street It was oooTJ reduced to ashes and but the kindly old of ninny citizens Iwho responded to the fire alarm Col Smiths resilience would also have been burned A fine jersey cow was killed by the bolt which tit ed the barn Another cow and valua ble horse were liberated from the building before the tlreached thorn Much valuable umber was stored InI the building including fine hardwood Iflooring andpopular weatherboarding There was no Insurance and the loss Col Smith will beat least 120000 During this same storm a horse be longing to Mr Buck Collins was kill cd In a field on laid farm near town Locks On Green River to Close Navigation will he Impeded In the Green and Darren rivers for several weeks lu August and September when the government will close the lock at Spottsvllle on August 23 and the lock at Woodhurr ou September 27 to the purpose or renewing the upper miter walls and installing new up per gates It Is not lositiveli known just what length ot time each lock will be closed but It Is thought the repairs can be made In approximately twenty days so the repairs on lock No 1 will be completed before work begins on No t This will enable freight and passengers to be trans ferred without trouble VICTORY July 5Mr Parks gave an Interest Ing talk on the enterest of Sunday Schools last Sunday evening at Ham lin Chapel Quito a number from here attended the reunion at Beaver Dam Saturday- a crowd and n good day In general Miss Clara Ford or Horse Branch Is the guest or Visa Eunice Lee and Ollie Thomas and Is also visiting some of her old pupils of this district- Miss Eunice Lee visited her Crand mother Lee near Beaver Dam Saturda night and Sunday Miss Ora and Corn Maples or Ben nette Misses Margaret Jones Hattie Allen Messrs Ira Allen Wilson Jones of Concord tlr Samuel McDowell Miss Rollie and Jenule McDowell were the guests of Olla Thomas Sunday after neun BLANDFORD DEFAULT INfi BANKER ARRSETEO c W Bransford Swore Out War rant Charging Him with Embezzelment Owenshoro Ky July 5Surround ed by friends In the county Judges office this morning just before 10 oclock Joseph L DlandCord the de faulting former cashier or the West loulsvllle branch of the Owensboro Banking conipan had n warrant aerv- ed on mina by Sheriff Jesse Hurl char big him with ombezlement Bland ford immediately offered to execute Loud and County Judge Owen fixed his bond at 2500 which lJIJndfold at once gave- President C W Brnnsferd of the bank hall the warrant Issued this morning lie apoared before Judge Owen and swore out the warrant charging lJIandford with embezzlement and It was Immediately given to the sheriff who served It In the presence or the other officers Bland ford could he arrested on several charges as each time he took money from the bank constituted a separare offense Besides Dlandford Messta W G and J W Rhttey Thomas 1 enrico T C Asher II K Osborne W J Thompson Mat Greenville J O Mat ling I A Matthigly nod Aaron Vow forIBlandfords The court did not require nil or these signatures but they wanted to sign as Dlandfonls friends and were ller mltted to do so When Dlan4rord confessed his pee ulatlous before the hoard or directors of the OwensholO Banking company last Friday night and was asked to surrender lie dill so and Sheriff Jesse lIarl placed him under the care or Dr II K Orslmrn his brolhorlnlaw Dr Orsburu was held personally responsible forB latdfords appearance before the county Judge Monday morning but did not seem to take the respon slMllty very heavily as ho did not remalnw ill DJandrord all of thetlme- Blandford stated that he did not want to creole as ho had returned home to snake good his denloncy and was ready to do what was right Church Dedication The new Christian Church Houselot- Rosine K will be Dedicated on the 3 Sunday III July There will be all say services and dinner on the ground ThoodoroI1V1111s everybodyllsable and pleasant bate ra Hartford Repuhilcan- errd I ceorti to 1 at w PctGct lbs aeuer d tbco4ntor 7 i ter iud Co M BARNETT EDITOR 3- C A 40 I th harer 2t FRIDAY JULY k- Ii la1 i fs raid PreI4deM Taft ate bk- dinnar berere lie decided os tbeCo- porattoa tax bUt Ia The 3laabauaa cocktail sews to I ft- tlgare JarSel1 as the blwatk of so- detT fa Sew York of t wtdaChen ataaa sets a you the ttrst tJlM be It to blase If lJe sad lase It Is your hultiT I Are we to ooastter that ao news r from Mrka Is Food aewa or that M- Pooferelta tJwr1Vx Ua sprained I a key 1 at Setnaior Depe seaadr Doat marry cntf you eau MlPfJOrt a wife We think tM name adrke sboeld apply to whentIf we c eW oaar Inttk some or the pr 4ot beat ant sacra It ibout Bed January wbat a wring It weuW be- in coal tAlfa j d The Matoa Telegrapk saga that a try beS bIII foXtid h Atrka whfeM- exudee leer Wood r If the speeleat Is to be propegated from needs or by i h- There g I are aT men of other ga- tlowalkkll beddee tba CbiDtoso who i ioaW attend Sunday CJMoIr 1Ibr ft they eouW have pretzel gun teach I 6 aU to themed owe snuggest Ute followtllg topk for i some of oar uplCHIate fttJadag ande- ttea d wblds tit more dtIetITe to race 1de a pttekage of efgaredee or z buaek of uatnaon crackers II Hattfard dCHII aot IKterJRle a dlf feteduwm lotll to size and appear aace within the next few yarn It will nqtbtI the fault of tilt new Co i stareal Club ilnbtcadof aidng our girls as aaorttf- es4 arifS among the heath isy un Cbtneae auJoae we UI Snake and a few other wild lndlau- for that parpoee In the future It Ie eatsthat J dg Alton B- Parker detlre to reorganize the mI ocratlc party From thfa It woul titers that the Judge la willing to unI how stu + ondoOMIfiDr Bradtey and the Kentuck1 members of the JlUWM are stilt lfghtl- hard fr the tohacco grouera In rIeffort to have hte revenue tax moved from sale of tobateo In a011- flOIlJ1Utle by prrJducerl It Is now UlOapt they wlll euceoed The nore enston Ileveridge and lJradley cur the tollllcoo trust carClUj the whoa It 1M1l 6 Dye and i will oubtleu smell w bad that IItJrlMf i temple will IJIJ wmpelled to tak 4 notice of It no matter how hIg they hold their noses In the air- auld UJ It thejUltlllllag the lecture platform nlde ht- lbeatdectltl t i IJ4IOru Ilea alrewly hal- munched and there le very little IJoUbtI lust what lie will be the next Demo i- cratJe OIaadtdateIg IIJIuafRna confldenco tu the Dlagiey bill sad Stmmediate adjoarnmenL Th- 1mamlt C who said pt through endh eleeItedheld out no matter w what party hoI should teIJJS otherwlaeI The Houee Tarllr Wi1 known u the Ine bllt has bee danled more than a thullatdld time- by the Senate and will finally dltt Cory llttle from U9 mllsle1 1311 1ed under whklr we hAve lfun Ilvltig for thq IlUt twelve years Thu oral Y trouble alxmt tile wleolu matter III that while Cougreea has been playlet with the tariff the country bait bee n wufUring from Inerta The efforts oft America Soclet of Equity to arrange for the vale at- 2took for Ohio county Fnrnlrs Le appreciated and the FopIshouldI should Le given the aid dustrven It Is no small matter to work i nut the detulls and overcome the o- rtncles 1 which a committee necessary I meets In InCh au undertaking anll they certainly deserve the undtvid support ot all stock growers In t county Tho uctlooot lhoClty Council which Is to he seconded by the city I P p V 1 tt ri1P t deb 11 aet1= apart a dean up- t 411 tslseald meet with hearty ap r prowl Of etKg dtfvo1 of Hartford lOt rmefefF OI3p1J with the let of tU lsw Is cutting Reeds des at your premises bUt dlo town tote eTeCy filthy stroll In your i AIlke o trL TyphoId toter germs- bare ands tteIr a nace and more i Utaa ese lasso to Hrrttod Is ZlUI some loved vee who is hsgntsb fag tiVan a bet of affliction with life Ip h the Tsclamoa Lt nodd- HII w pet III nut losing fa peMl2l eat to destroy eruy- i Jctia Alta for the dtcd nuWlT wr1U lie tbo Jwhom some one of j yearleret oatca Nos paid the penalty ukct aloe your pUt or upon the i put sotto CItIIenr1se kind and tor lag aefgbGrillre HERBERT Judy iDIed July nth at Z p IL Dr John B Huff alter as Ulneu of IL weeks aged i3 years A great con of oonm of people aaesdcd his tuner at Par Creek Baptist church Ulr kit peacbtdr r his pastor Rev the 1Va H Eager He bad been a mom t 1C1IBy to his or Drs locltheari- ot OwesaLoro Kirk of PhltrJOt Mc M- p9weU of lisox Career and Edge of to 1IIt85rlUe Fatlaniresn of Kaotts- rifle and Buren of Deaarieid attend i the funeral and auf1ed In the obagttlet Dr Huff leaves a wife andio daughter trl Ed Baize or rlJe and three graad children He ad preached la this immediate come ling ossify i years having preached In aeual famlltea fIX live generatfona- 157th Ills dtlMJa panes away the last f seeIIoDL UIII41ed a medical school bUt received hla trainlog under Mil uncle Dr I asst Halaeapt ltadleAatllle UIiufts- eath leaves I large scope of country wtt1loa a donorhis loath la an Im i parabl41 bas to tile community i Mrs George Milligan and daughter I1x Owenskaro are batting relatires here JUta Clara Blanche and liable Brown and Lnla But I U of Pellvllle- lleaera Christopher Stevan Reuben Glonlr Robert Stetttrt and I Clover Leslie Helm Mr Austin Crow aad family Wm Rtchardsoa and tam Irs Solomon Otfachahi dined uti Sundays i air sad Irs Graham of j a c JIl1 IriIra fanae Brown of Walnut OrOt dtfalted 1a n1ece Mm Emma Miller un dIMr std lira S 1 PJdlllpJ or Aet aatlile took dinner with Mr add 3- 1Dadll n Haines ytrteMal IICr sal tin 1 P Brooks Mr and ira D P Brooks Dr Da1ne HaJe51 and wile sad fin James McCarty IJf WJaIme Mrs iteaa Haynes or Ow i ubCJro attended Dr Huffs funoal yesterday t- In btildrg of tile new sehOO Li proeeedln rapidly lr Ira Crow sad instily of Wlklnutl- t Orov t lelted Mr Wm Crows family Ennday- e Mien Harrlrue 19x1 Is dluigrousl l1IIck IU Mabel MIller goes to Jordl viii this afternoon for seteral week s rot to tier and Notre J P Gilmore I Mr 1ors ltoeelel and wifo and lrrotler Clay uf Greenville were hare i s eaterday- n i andisent at Mute lIattle Mill I aIt has rotur from several weeks visit to Owen a JOtO 1 TitrMellt I rrllibn oJ the IIlta faml- ly to Mr W P BIfe eclat la lIonor1 tf but blrthby lCOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE I thlapommUnlit q Miw tern of lt11 Ing her auntMrs G W Uordonofo place a antalwr from tide place at Itended the Reunion at notr Da Iftalt Saturday 1 I T 5 711b ot Cromwell Vlllt our Sundgy school last Sunday anll gave us a very Irltructhc talk on Sun day a Noel work Prof Lonnie Ssadelur could not be I MUI us Sunday at our ahtging on account ot the sickness and death af his mother Mtn E P Sandefur of 1the Bald Knob neighborhood Jr Wllllo COleman attd funny ot West LouIsville visited his father 51r JGC Coleman of this place last Saturday night and Sunday Mi- rCordon Esker Colentall and Alfas Yer of tllls plarn went to Rock lort lad last Saturday and was mar sled returned homo Sunday nlgtiL Henry tmlth and wife ot Cal heNoun slatted III this community a few last we1Mr I H Ste us and family of near llcarer Darn visited at Mr Joe Cole mans last Sundayi s LLINIOIS CENB TRAt RAILROAD dopts Telephone Method thOfSystem Being Installed on Line Between Louisville and 4 Central City Iandthe Cross system Is being In lIT Ue Illinois Central B11- ad company on Its line bet ne- Louisrllle and Central City rhea week rays the CourIerJournaL G Groan of Chicago UJItrlntendnetp telegraph far the company and the Inventor of the neEmethod is here personally directing work assisted by II Weeks asa stataat superintendent ot telegraph Monday It is expected the new Irs system will be complete between Louisville and Central CUT when- r Gross and his assistant will go Paducah probably Tuesday and arrange to Install the system between that point md Central Citycoonect- f Jng Louisville and Paducah by means the equipment inside or fifteen The telephone system of dispatch trains although common In many ot the larger dUes of the country la practically new here I balng never been used by any rail road operating trains in and out of- ouisville 31r Gross estimated yes loving flat It will cost the Illinois Central about SOfi00 to Install aU the equipment between Louisville and Paducah a distance of 221 milesIFurthEt 31r Gross said that It Is hardly libely that the company will find It necessary to cut down Its tone of telegraphers on that part of the line where the nw system Is being built AU the operators ot tbe telegraph wires the company now has here will be retained there be- Ing sufficient meSsage work to keep them employed Also they can be used to good advantage should any tblng go wrong with the new system t any tIme after It to placed In 01r 1otlon The new method It la understood will facilitate the movement flf trains and the handllu of ship meats to a very great extent lu other cItIes whore It has been used systemjlrOed Its ucnh In tuore ways than one and daubhea will be used ex Icllshel for h1111111113 trains all over rue country It has mlnlmlzOII the annual loa I the shipping lntereats and thE railroads through wrecks and delay and unablf1 the dlaiatehers to keep i touch with trJillM at aU time hie thy are spetttlnx from not Ettai n to anofa r rfrrlcm can ba 1 anrerjmew laveutiwt iThe Inetllll unw hollll Installed bv Mr Grollfl was perfectly by hint tlf slier uurr goers or elelltlfl tudy It has bean adopted by many mllroeds In nth cities and Is Hllld- IHtINARROWS July iiIr Jack Walker that f Fordavltla Sunday atlas Ube fllnea FordS tlle spantr loada night with Mtn Ora Refllro daugllij Bearer Dam this week H C Acton and daughter lea 11olr Dundee spent Sunday with br brother Mr A R Renfrow C W Sharp or Olsten hlslte d illMraRuth Daniel Monday Kill Hattie Ulw1see and Ialcolm- tJarbo slatted theIr steles at Horse Branch the lag ot the weak Misses Minnie mud Cecil White visited friends In FordslIIe SundaY bliss BQli3Ie Renfrow Is visltln- 3tas g Ruth liammora Horton thl8 week Messrs J1ThotaasJ BRenfrow and J Walker apart the nth tn Ow enswroofr James Davison was In tow Monday Rev Pearson tilled his appolntmen I1t rte M E church Sunday Mrs Crawford loriedaland 11 ted tits and Mrs B P Petty landay A party from FordsllIe come orer Saturday anI spent thedaq fishing Mr Oscar Petty Qt Dundee his parents Mr and Mrs D P ett Sunday Mr Homer Lamb Fatesille fill his regular apolntmeti at Dr Lou tacos Sunday t t MItt Hazel Shrcader Etudec nail s lira C Abram last week I Mr J H Thomas was In horse ranch Saturday I- 3r and Mrs wan 3tatphy and daughter Nona attended the picnic at Stren atntdayIn ry I On the bright jet sad dST of Jrue- e 9th A dear prdocs little 001a1dWright He was2 Fearsr months and seeks old I Funeral services were conducted biRev F G Jones at We Proddea church utter which his rurana were C to West Providence CemeterY Iintered survived I t a 1 the tither- and i little brother unea his grand trenlt and a hest of clouts cd as1- cle Earl was a sweet kindhearted aectlonate child and a favorite pct the family his tIWJo cunning little ays will linger is the minds of his 1 and kindred Yet we say ta OU dear parents weep act for little for Jesus has taken hIm to a home of joy and ktndnesswhere pain death never rnmta It Is but a- Uk that joins home to HeeL Farewell dear little nephew you patiently suffered Till God bade his angels to summons you home We strongly desired tIre life that we cherished- But softly he whispered Gods will must be done Xo Glec14which n kindIFor the sun of your brightness aU shadows dispel He has gone from us now an angel with Cod The casket alone rests beneath tbe sod On high with the pure and sinlesse wafts All his dear ones to ent r the pearly gates He has gone In his beauty In silence to rest His robes are noW spotless he dwells with the blest With us along earths pathway no longer he roams Dear Earl has left us and gone to the heavenly home ANNA FLINT SPRINGS July 33Irs Lottie Allen spent las t Monday evening with 3Uss Maggl arid Dealle Smith Born to the wire of Mr Warren Jones on the 10th of June a boy Mr WillIe Berryy of Eden spent last Saturday night with his grand moths Mrs V P Allen Born to the wife ot Mr W C Liles a tine boy ills Dona Morris and atlas Pansy Liles spent last Saturdayy night an dhSunday with Mr and Mrs Bob Liles Mr E J Hudson and mother and little daughter Eula were the guest sat Mr slid airs W L Warren lag t undar Rural Carriers Meet The Rural Letter Carriers tssocla ilco of Ohio county will meet In Hart ford on July li 1109 at 70 p m IJuly G3Ir SMAllHOU and Mrs John 3lorto I entertained the following personate dinner Sunday July I vIz Mr and Mrs Sam Withrow Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Mr md Mrs John Igluhenrt- Mi arid Mrs Louis Fulkerson 3Ir and Mrs Ross Morton and 31r VIS P Morton Livermore and Miss Beulah Rd toaster Johnnie Withrow 31r1 and Mrs W K Al1dlngton and daughter lr and Mira W F Iulker sOb and little laughter atlases Fannie and Ellen IarenceI have returned to their home at Belncr Dane alter an extended visit to hrothor and stator Mr and Mrs theirI 11 LaTence Mr and Mrs C T S Overton wen t l to Beaver Dam to attend the Sodleral eunan Saturday Jlr Horace Robertson and slate r I Miss Clara Robertson Hartrord were tile guests atMr and Mfrs N D Ful kerson Monday Mrs James Hallows and 1ohs Sam eel Kinlhley Morton and James Mur gear lIallows have returned to their home In Louisville from a visit to 31t- 7t and Sirs Sam Morton nild other retires near here The railroad hi progressing rapidly the truck lBaUlaldwv1t1t 4 rew hundred yards of Smnllhous Sever ot our citizens went tosee them at work on the railroad FrIday and Sat day evening tleats M D Maddox wont to Rockpo- y and Beaver Dam Saturday M J I3 Fvlkereoaivlsltod the Sun SundaylI Smallhoandus J 1 t J j SENTIMENTAL PEOPLE lr M1 of 11HL fOMEl0UR L Are especially glad read the Home Journal for July but you sentimentI you will be dis appointed thebal ance the numti ber every member the family Lettie Lanes Doll has certainly caughtthe child Iren ISee this new collar for the Good Old Summer Time On sale at out store Ever notice that when any new thing comes out that is good get it Corliss Coon Co make good Linen Collars We have your size12 to 18 You missing something good if you dont drop in often and see whatiwe are showing Learn like others have learned that the store to depend on is BARNARD CO Hartford Ky xv = a il L I Yon Furnish the House I t 1 And We FilFuish Iti 4 i iII I We announce the opening j StoreE l l E I Main Street Hartford and ex I tiltend to you a special lovers rIi t- E ourI f lnishings c Everything new Ii anduptodate Prices most I t 1 l reasonable Call and let us I IIjshow you 11ii It Schroader CO LL v 1 JIr t v I t at Hartford July 3rd by Rev G Ui lawrence Mr U S Faught Centertown tall cd ot visit our finning school Sunday evening Mrs Zack flied who has been quite sIck Is about well again Eralkinoand Sunday at Central City the guests 01 Mr and Mrs T L Withrow arid family Mr and Mrs Burt Barnard hove moved to SUlallhous v nrResolution of Respect nlf9Resolutions of Ccncordi Local No June 26 19CJI1Yheteas the white winged angel of death has visited the howl of ells btlotEd knottier and sIster 31r and Mrs Eo W York and claimed for its victim their infant daughter Agora- eil Louise who departed thtalifo Juno f 1 C I to Ladies r if are devoid of not in try of It of are I- fi 1 t 19th 1109 Mr York being a faithful member ot the Concord Local A S of E Resolved That as a local we duly Yorkfuor the entire membership be extendT 1 ed to tho bereaved ones We trust that our Heavenly Fathers gentle guiding guIdinghondloved ones through this long unenv nLt1tesolvedThntside tn the record hook ot the local- as n meworal to little Acorn Louise coppledthereonI Ltthelocal papers for puJllcatIons A A CARTER IN PIRTIE- HENRY it iIRrLE- j t Committee V j 4 er I s s i- b 01 d iI Ii- JP f FAIRS 1 Special Prices I Close Saturday July 10 I I DontFail to Visit Us A general reduction over our I entire house Hot weather is on us Just the time to buy seasona I ble goods at reduced prices 4 These prices last until Saturday I Good Lawns at 4c Best lOc and 12c Lawns at 8c Hoosier Domestic worth 6c at 5c Best Prints 4c Yardwide Bleach no starch 7c Best lOc Shirtings 8c 475cBleach Table Linen 48c I Best Ginghams 8c Best Apron Ginghams 6c Ladies Bleach lOc Vest 5- eGals II 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 9 III nols Central Railroad Time Table IAtBeaver Dam Ky Iforth Bound NonlhBonndN- o164ddte405am No 121due11 5aiii- No144due1420 pm No 101 due 248 p m Nol02dn 48ptn Noiblde845pm To Make The t jHome Beautiful i Does not always require the expenditure of a large sum of money This depends largely upon judgment taste economy and skill Nothing adds more to the appearance of the home than good Paint properly applied Then It protects and preserves the property that Is If you buy the right kind The best Is the cheapest Masuryjj Is excelled by none Call on us for Outside Paint Inside Paint 1 i Carriage Paint Roof Paint Flexible Carbonv50 cents per gallon Japalac Liquid Veneer and everything In this line that makes old things look new Prescriptions filled with care and delivered anywhere in town HARTFORD DRUG CO Incorporated Ice Cream so good at City Restau rant Get your Meals and Lunches et City Restaurant Miss Hellea Miller Is visiting In I Central City this week If you want Flour eee U a Carson who con save you money 38tf For tpecdftl targaliiB In Sewing Sto call on GroEaWllliamBIa iChiDES O B Likens is the guest of Hon Ben Johnson at Dards own Ky City Restaurant reeds the people as usual Once a customer always a cus tomer Mr Henry Taylor Louisville was the guest of relatives In Hartford the first of the week Leave yourLaundry at vfy Grocery r Work guaranteed Prompt delivery tf Cleve Her Agent for Mpdjsonvllle Ice and TjJ Laundry Cor Incorporated I a Mr Berry L Taylor has typhoid fever Mrs J E Davidson Is quite sick at her home on Clay street Miss Myrtle Williams Is visiting the Misses Whittinghllls at Fordsvllle this week FOR SALEElkhart Trap Cushion tire Apply to Roscoe Barnard Mc Henry Ky 5U2 Miss Virginia Dare Cook Kutawa Ky Is the guest of Miss Katie Pen dleton city Mr George Lewis assistant cashier Ohio countyBank Is visiting friends In Davless county Mr and Mrs H H Lewis Center town were the guests of friends In Hartford last SundayIMr LewisRiley is 111 of typhoid fever at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs J C Riley city Mrs John W Taylor of Clarkson Ky Is the guest of Mr Taylors parents Dr and Mrs J W Taylor city Mr E L Maddoxand family Rlsor Ark were the guests of Mr Mud doxs parents Mr and Mrs J E Maddox of the Rockport neighborhood last weekMr and Mrs George W Brunton of Williams Mines were the guests of Miss Emma Park city Sunday afternoonDr D F Whlttaker Maxwell was called Monday to see the Infant son of Mr C C Morrison city that has been quite 111 for the past sever al days Prof Lon K Milburn of this coun ty who has for the past few months been with a leading business college of Chicago Illinois has acceted a position with the WAbash Buslnss College of Terre Haute Ind Leave your laundry at Lyons gro cery for the Richmond Steam Laun dry Richmond Ind The laundry ttoa always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed A E PATE wad AJfASTOA PAfHN 46U Agents At a meeting of the Democratic County Executive Committee Monday Hon C DL Crowe tendered his resig nation asthalrman and Hon G B Likens was elected fo fill out the unexpected term Mr Crowe assigned as- his reason for resigning his Inabi lity to give the time to the position which It required The ommlttce cOInentlonllltor I J Editor F L Felix of the Hartford Herald was In Owensboro on business Wednesday Mr and MrsF L Sandefur are the proud parents of a new boy b1tl last Sunday Miss Annie Jones Greenville Ky is visiting her parents Mr and lIrS iJ C Jones city r1 Rev T c Wilson will begin ase rles of special meetings at Beda July 18th to continue Indefinitely Dom to the wife of Judge John B Wilson a fine boy Sunday morning Mother and child doing well Mr B L Taylor of the firm of Barnard d Company Is 111 of ty phold fever at his home n Madison street Rev T C Wilson will preach at Horse Branch Saturday July 10th 8 p m Sunday 11 a m and Sunday evening at 8 oclock Rev T J Acton Olaton J Co Stevens Williams Mines J B San defur and Harry Baldwin Beaver Dart were among our callers Tuesday Messrs J W Hlpsley Livia and G M Hlpsley Livermore were at the bedside of their sister Mrs S E Duke the first bf the week who has been quite 111 Mr L P Loney and son Clarence of Owensboro are the guests of rela tives and friends at Centertown They will arrive In Hartford SundAy for a few days visit Mr T R Barnard accompanied by his family left Wednesday morning for Livermore Ky to be In atten dance at his big clearance sale which will be conducted the latter part ot this and next week The Superintendent of public Instruction has Just announced that the percaplta for the State of Kentucky will be 400 for tho coming school year When the dog tax Is added It will raise the percaplta In Ohio county ten or fifteen cents higher Commercial Club Meeting The Hartford Commercial Club will meet tonight at 730 p m at the courthouse Every member Is urged jto be present as matters of vital 1m presentedITARD Pres After a brief Illness of typhoid fev er Mr Otis Maddox died Wednesday night at his home near Beaver Dam His remains were Interred at tin Beaver Dam cemetery yesterday niter noon the burial services being con ducted by the order of Red Men 01 which he was a member Miss Flaudle Davis and Mr Lewis Fulkerson were united In marriage at the residence of Miss Bessie Mor ton Hartford at 5 oclock last Satur day afternoon Rev 0 H Lawrence officiating The bride Is one of the leading teachers In the county and ha a host of friends who Join in wishing her and her husbad a happy future Mr Fulkerson Is a son ofMr and Mrs N D Fulkerson of the Smallhou neighborhood and Is quite popular with his many friends IDuring the storm Wednesday morn Ing lightning struck the residence ot Mr S A Bratcher on Griffin street The top of a brick chimney was con slderahly damaged as was the cor nice In one place anl also a door facing where It came down and entered the ground at the end of a porch Strangs to say the wood work did not catch fire Mrs Drnt her and daughter Mrs Bilbro had a very nar row escape and were considerably shocked but escaped without Injury AETNAVILLE July GQuite a number from this place attended church at Deanfleli and Zion Saturday and Sunday Mr John Dlvens from Cannelton who has been the guest of his brother Mr James Divens for a few days re turned home Monday Mss Lena Phillips of OwenSborc who hasbeen visiting friends at this place returned home Monday A number of young people from this place attended Sunday school at Wal nut Grove Sunday afternoon Miss Anna Dawson of Tar Springs who has been the guest of her sis ter Mrs Charlie Dlvens for some time returned home Friday Mrs Miner Lyons and daughter Rosa Mae were the guests of relatives In Fordsvllle a few days last week Mr J B Howard of Fordsvllle was here today on business Mr E H Morgan and son Jewell Adair went to Haynesvlllo today Mr Mary Ralph Iis very sick at her home near this plac v Mr J H Loyd anpMaughter Miss Ruth went to F today IMrCharles Dlvens wife and children visited relatives near Tar SprIngs from Friday until Sunday vmoJLSvoSHH0131J Icao upipjo NATURAL6ASI FOR HARTFORD Strong Flow Struck on I Barnard Farmi Drill Down Five Hundred Feet In Oil ProducingIRock We have been Informed by Mr Mayworth Barnard who has had a steam drill prospecting on his land just below Hartford for several weeks that a strong flow of natural gas has been struck at a depth of GOO feet after passing through four coal veins He has been keeping In strict secrecy the results until now The gentle man In charge of the drill thinks the gas Is in paying quantities and also states that the prospects for oil are the best he has ever seen The drill Is now In oil producing rock of the highest grade Should It transpire that Hartford has both oil and gas with our new railroad Just completed nothing can keep us down We shall await further developments with keen Inter est promising to keep our readers fully Informed as the prospecting contin ues FAIRVIEW July bA large crowd attended church nail Sunday school hero Sun day afternoon We are well pleased with the wise crowds and good order we are having now and trust It will formedelected teacher Several from this community at tended the reunion at Beaver Data Saturday They report a nice trip Mrs Roscoe Acton and children Tony and Fitzhugh and M KS Maudlt Bryant Horton returned home Satur day after several days visit with Mrs C C White and fancily They were accompanied home by Mss Bessie F Acton Rev and Mrs B F Atkinson and daughters Pauline and Floy Louisville returned home Thursday after a week yldt with Mrs Atkinsons parents Mr and Mrs W H Acton Miss Maudle Bryant Horton and Lorena White spent the day Wednesday with Miss Ruby Acton I Miss Eunice Wilson spent tie Tuesday with her sister Mrs Fonz- Weedman Olaton Miss Maude Faught called on Mrs C White Tuesday afternoon Miss Myrtle V Faught Narrows returned home Tursdny after a few days visit with her cousin Miss Bessie K ActonMr Mrs C C White and children were the guests of Mr and MM W H Acton and fanny Wednesday Miss Hazel Woosley Narrows return ed home Thursday after a few days ActonI was In our midst Sunday afternoon Misses Nancy and Belle Owens of Salem attended church and Sunday school here Sunday afternoon Miss Bessie F Acton Schroadcr spent Friday night with her cousin Miss Bessie K Acton Mr Essie Miller Olaton attended church and Sunday school here Sunday afternoon Come again Mr Mr Miller We will Je glad to have you with usMr Elijah Daniel Olaton visited AClon1Wednesday Mr and Mrs Bllllo Autry and Mr John RedwIne were tine puscts of Hev T J Acton and finally Sunday I Miss Minnie Hughes returned home Sunday after a weeks visit with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Roll Miller Horse Branch Hiss Lorena White spent Saturday night with Mrs J 11 Wilson and I family She was accompanied home Sunday by Misses Lorena and Beulah Wilson I Mrs Ida Graft and children and Isltedt wards Everybody come Doings of City CouncilICity Council met in regular session Wednesday evening and transacted a large amount of routine business Mayor James H Williams presided and every member of the council was presentAll the streets heretofore ordered paved which order hnsnot been com piled with by property owners aretp be begun within the next ten days either by the proproty owners or by the city An ordinance was passed directing that concrete sidewalks five feet In width be constructed on both sides Liberty street from Washington to the railroad right of way Also on the south side of Walnut street from Main street to the railroad right of wayAn ordinance was passed providing for the sale of the bonds heretofore voted by the town for the construction of a sewerage system and street Improvements A number of dilapidated and dangerous buildings were ordered remov ed Monday July 12th was fixed by the council as a cleaning up day by the city of Hartford and the citizens are urged to spend the entire day In I cleaning up their property not only In front but In rear They are not only to comply with the ordinance now In force as to weed cutting but they t are requested to remove or detroy I all rublsh of every description This Is to be done In the interest of the towp In view of the fact that typhoid fever has already made its appearance In several families of our city Gone to Rest God In his wisdom has called from M us our dear and beloved sister Mrs Ruth A Sandefur wife of E P San defur who departed this life July 4thc 1909 cousin Ruth as she was called was loved by all who knew her She was a true and faithful Christian and with all her suffering she never murmured Weep not dear ones She Is not dead but only sleeping with Jesus Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from hence earth yea the spirit that they may rest l1altllI their labors and their works do low them Rev 141 i The Heavenly chimes are ringing From the temples tower afar And the stars are candles shining Through the gates of pearl ajar Saying come where souls find resting And earths heart aches ever cense Come toward Heaven the holy city Where the bells are chiming peace Welcomed at the pearly portal Evermore a welcome guest Welcome to the life immortal To the mansions of the blest I Home sweet home our home forever 1 All the pilgrim Journey past Welcome homo to wonder never Saved through Jesus home at last She has gone to a world above Where saints anti angels meet To realize our savlous love And worship at his feet TIs hard to break the tender card heartaTIs hard to break the tender partC D ANNA Do you want a 350 doze Photograph at 200 per dozen 11f this interests you call at or write a postal to Schroeters gal lery in Hartford requesting cou pon which will entitle you to on dozen 350 Photos for 200 Coupons are not good after Jul 24th You cant afford to neg lect having pictures made your loved ones Life is too ofI certain Being photographed S a duty you owe to your friends Ilf you intend to have any PicI tures made you will lose if opportunI made yourself tell your friend- about it Sunday School Report The visitors to the following schools have reported their attendance Barnetts Creek 51 Washington 44 Concord 45 Cooper Schoolhouse 30 C Springs CO ML Pleasant 38 Olaton 75 Horse Branch 50 McHenry 41 Goshen 20 Beaver Dam Baptist 142 Hartford Baptist 90 no visitor Hartford M E 110 Hartford Presby Hartford Christian 25 No Creek 50 Mt Her mon 45 Beulali 31 Bennett Schol house 2- Nearly all sleeted one more dele gates to County Convention July 22 and 23 Schools can send any number they choose We are expecting quit In delegation from Owensboro to the County Sunday School Convention iifj the Interest of the State meeting Rev BIrkhead will give us a tall on the Organized class This bidI fair to be the best Convention we ever had no school ran afford to not hav il some of their officers and teacher present Fine entertainment ROSINE July C Sunday school is progres sing nicely at this place with Dr N J Raines Superintendent and Maude Stewart Secretary Mrs Bradley and Iva Royal teachers We are having plenty of rain and crops are looking fine at this place Mr Harry Cummings Is very low at this writing Mrs Betsy Pierce Is on the sick lisLe Several tram this place attended the Soldiers reunion at Beaver Dam the 3rd All report a nice time There was a large crowd attended Bro Gordon and Bro Baileys show at this place last Thursday night Work on the Methodist church hero completedIIr George Wilson Falrvlow vIsit- ed his sister Mrs Artie HInes last WednesdayMrs Wilson visited her niece Artie HInes last Friday Everybody get ready for the dedica ion the third Sunday in thlq month CROMWELL July SIr Roscoe Taylor who has been at Colllnsvllle 111 for the past few months returned home a few days agoMr and Mrs Sam Ralph of Mandit were the guests of Mr and Mrs C Stevens Sunday Mr Esker Coleman of the Pretitls neighborhood and Miss Vera Gordon this place were married In Rock port dud Saturday night Miss Gor don Is a beautiful daughter of Rev C3 W Gordon Mr Coleman Is a highly esteemed son of Mr JP Coleman Their many Heads wish them sue cess Miss Fern Maddox of Texas is tho aU11Ilast week with her slater Mrs Carrie Black of tho Vine drove neighborhood Several from here attended the Old Soldiers Reunion at Beaver Dam Sat urdayMrs Carl Taylor was the guests of Mrs C S Taylor Tuesday afternoon Thankfulness I wish to say through time columns of the good old Republican that tho Park family are very grateful to the good people around and near Old Boti lah church for the kindness shown us on my fathers funeral day I never will forget you people and If I oar help you in trouble at any time dont wait for one moment to call- EMMA PARK Hartford Ky July 0 1U09 SALEM July inev Jesse Lamlnun flllud his appointment at this place Sunday nightMr and Mrs J W Camp and family visited his mother Mrs Sallie Camp SundayMr and Mrs Stove Daniel visited SundaynMr and Mrs Jim Christian visited his sister Mrs Rebecca Wilson Sun daySunday school at this place Is pro gressing nicely Mrs Ola Wilson visited her broth ldgesMartin Saturday night and Sunday Miss Iva Cummings began n school by ly were the guest of Mr and Mrs 1 A Stogner and family Sunday Bravo Fire Laddlos often receive severe burns putting fires then use Bucklers Arnica lOUt and forget them It soon drives WlluullHI25c at all druggists m sSemiannual Statement of the Condition OF THE Bank of Hartford At the Close of Business on the Jolts day of June 1909 RESOURCES Bills discounted 17193930 Overdrafts 3489S2 Cash on hand and In oth banks r 14iiiG Checks for remittance 126521 Banking house and lot 3t000i Furniture and fixtures 100000 233Si9b0eLIABILITIES CapltaHEtockv ffifcfj 4000000 Surplus 1800000 Undivided Profits GS444 DeposJSJ 17357501- 5DlvTufsa No 44 lCOOOO 233859b0aSubscribed and sworn to before mo by Jno T Moore this 2nd day of July 1909 CM CROWE Notary Public My Commission expires Jan 3 1910 J J 1- t l 1 i J II I I ay r I sjw d- M i dEc s cjo bDe S Ie B o r r Q- i CU bte- r Lu 4IIs C 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Co S iQ itc CI g d I 1 i t I U OOtd i nl m I 00 z1HI1 t1 1 i cOo L d dco fv S- iM A A r 1 q 1t1 i f- n Jr THE HIBERNATION OF SOME ANIMALS f Some Begin Their Sleep Be fore Winter Joey Soon Lapse into Profound Lethergy Distinguishably From Death Slight HeartBeat The hibernating sleep of animals differs greatly from the ordinary sleep of repose and there are many varia tions In tne degree of torpor Into which they sink Some seem to slumber normally while others are In a state of suspended animation that It It almost Impossible to distinguish from death It Is the popular belief that the winter season Is the only time In which animals hlberate but this is pot so In dry countries many kinds of animals are able to survive the long seasons of drought only by hlber nation or more properly speaking by estivation the latter being the term applied to this condition when it occurs In summer Even in cold countries many ani mals begin their winter sleep before winter comes which shows that the condition Is not induced by cold nor by lack of food for the great bat begins to sleep sometlmerf as early as the end of July when its Insect food Is still very plentiful If the hlberatlon be complete respi ration cannot be detected A writer in the London Spectator gives the following reasons for this stupor Submerged in water of a tempera ture slightly higher than his own the hedgehog not only continues to live but appears to suffer neither incon venience nor harm Enclosed In an airtight receptacle his atmosphere un dergoes a change so slight that It can riot be Imputed to breathing but circulation does not cease As respiration diminishes the Irri tability of the muscles of the heart in crease and thus without the stimulus slowlytheabsence of the fresh air drawn into jtjyj lungs In times of activity unclen sed and unrevlgorated and venous System A profound lethargy ensues only slightbeaUngvery small The fat accumulated dur ing the plenty of summer and autumn supplies all expenditure until the com ing of spring earlier or later the hi capitalInof hunger In response to the demand respiration very slowly Increases Ills oxidized blood flows more quickly and his energy returns Then the bat flies forth once more from the hollow tree In the wood to find the warm dust teeming with insect life and the hedgehog comes It may be from the cavity under the gnarled roots below to find beetles worms and slugs once more among the splng grass- Hibernation has saved him tram star vatlon but If his nook had not been snug and wisely chosen It could not have preserved him from death from frost The hiding place also must be secro fiRfl ftfie from intrusion for the hi bernating animal cannot bear to be suddenly arounsed Even the little dormouse which comes out at Inter vals to feed when fn deep sleep sleep does not survive too hasty mi awak ening The heat of the hand gradu ally passed through the nest or to be carried indoor to the warmer tem perature of a room Is enough He awakes refrsehed full of activi ty and with a disposition speedily to become tame and make CrlendfiBut 4f you warm him suddenly back to life before he has gradually breathed the torpor out of his blood and establish ed an equilibrium between the respi ration and muscular Irritability his heart will beat at a tremendous rate and In a few minutes ho is dead The Bangor News tells of the hi bernating animals of the northern par of the United States premising with the remark that there are very few mammals which do hibernate In the strictest sense in the northeastern part of the country Raccoon skunks and bears hide and seem to become torpid but they awaken very quickly and are active if their quarters are Invaded During every thaw they come out and walk about on the snowsome times going miles from their winter lairs Ur The chipmunk Js not bejlevqd to IJdnot V come outElie thriftily stores away al plnetiful supply rfood and doeflUght housekeep In his little den I c lfar below the frost line Some animals hibernate in solitude while others are very sociable in their winter arrangements notably among the latter being the raccoons and skunks Bears are morose and soil tary brutes and keep to themselves The woodchuck sleeps soundly enough to make the seven sleepers appaer like victims of Insommia and thus he makes up for all the other creatures who are light sleepers Tame woodchucks which have been stored in barrels in barn or clelar to pass the wlnterhave been taken up and carried miles In the arms of their youthful master without disturbing their nap In the least In early winter a fat woodchuck may be placed near the fire for half an hour without making the slight est apparent change in his condition He Is a disagreeable little beast however if rubed and warmed until thoroughly awake during the hiber nating season The tmeperature of the body In hi bernation Is reduced to very nearly that of the air but it returns quickly to normal when the sleep Is over The loss In weight is from thirty to forty per cnt which shows that the vital prosesses are going on sven though the degree Is so low as to be ImperceptibleReptiles and some fish hibernate as well as some Insects The land reptiles bury themselves below the frost line and watt for spring or crawl into the crevices between rocks snakes sometime passing the winter wrapped in a tangle mass composed of a number of their species Frogs bury themselves In the mud at the holton of ponds and If dug up and placed In water will swim away though their movements are sluggish There are several kinds of butter flies which hibernate and one of the strangest things among Natures prob lems Is how It Is possible for a crea ture so fragile and delicate as a gnat to endure for many weeks and even months the cold and frost of winter It will come out to dance In the sun shine when there Is a bright day and return to Its hiding place when hard times come again Most insects can endure freezing and thawing however under the right conditions An insect which dwells on land and breathes the air for In stance cannot dry colddoes not affect ItThe Scrap Book PALO July 5Health is fairly good at this writing Farmers are very busy klllng weeds and grass In their corn and tobacco Mr John Daffron and family of Sunnydale were the guests of Mr W L White and family Saturday and SundaySeveral from Palo went the Ice cream supper at Taffy Saturday night Mr Boon Coy of Concord was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Coy last Sunday z Now about Palo Is situated on the Hartford and Dundee road 10 miles from Hartford surrounded by a splen did growth of fine White Oak and Hickory timber in plain view of the- M H and E roalroad Palo has one Store a Butcher shop and a Barbershop and plenty of good water Palo Is second to none considering its size we have plenty of Ice cream as do lour large towns Mr L J Berry was the guest of Mr W L White and family last Sunday wasilnnightI girl is with flux Mr Arthur Coy and Miss Lizzie HInes of Palo went to Hartford last Saturday and got married Mr James Berry of Owensboro was in our midst this week- FORDSVILLE v LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK June 29Miss Irene Smith of Ow ensboro Is visiting friends and rela tives here this week Mrs Faxon and children Jackson ville Fla are here visiting relatives Mrs Chas Hobrecht is with her parents Mr and Mrs John Smith this week Miss Corda Fuqua want to Hardlns burg Saturday quitricould not speak but we were favor teProtolarge crowd was in attendance Monday endofbe nicelyMrs on the sick list withhisl daysMrsFlora were to Louisville shopping Thursday Prof Will Whalen is visiting his mother this week N Mrs Winfleld Morrison and baby who have been visiting Mr and Mrs OwenshoroMonday Sundayi PEANUTS TO- IMPORTANT M CROP South to Produce Them In stead of Cotton thousands of Bushels Are Used in the Manufacture of Dainty Confections The possibilities of the peanut as a wealthproducer seem not to hay been realized until recctly AntI even now notwithstanding an Immense Jncreaie- In the acreage devoted vi the crop they are being incompletely utlllzedso that the Department oflgrlcirtture is about to issue a special bulletin calling attention to the chances which of fer for making money by raising the succulent gooder- A very striking feature of the do cument in question Is the showing it makes of the many new uses to which peanuts are being put nowadays They form an Important ingredient In the vegetarian meats which are much more widely consumed than most people Imagine Some of these meats by the way are made to Imitate bread ed lamb chops with sticks of maca roni for bones They are employed largely In the confectionery trade and enter Into the composition ofmany fancy cakes such as macaroons as a substitute for almonds Peanut but ter likewise much affected by the ve gerlans Is manufactured by the ton and put up In meat packages Is great ly esteemed for automobile lunches Now that the pestiferous boll weevil is ruining the cotton over such wide areas In the South many planters are turning their attention to peanuts as a money crop Although 12000000 worth of goobers were raised in this country lase year the supply Is still not nearly equal to the demand a condition sufficiently proved by the tact that we are importing great quantities of peanut oil from Europe This too although there are tens of tnWsands of acres of waste lands In theTSoutherri States which are only waiting to be tickled with a hoe In a manner in order to yield enough peanuts to furnish all the oil we wantplus a liberal supply for ex want plus a liberal supply for ex portAmerica gave to mankind the tobacco plant the potato and Indian corn It seems also nnccordlng to a belief now pretty well accepted by botanists to have contributed the peanut which appears to have come originally from the tropics of the New World It was introduced into our own country in early Colonial days but did not become of commercial importance until about 1870 From that time on uti lization of the nut gradually Increased but during the last 10 years It has risen by leaps and bounds Mcst persons thlnk of peanuts as they appear on fruit stands or in the little wagons of peripatetic vendors but as a matter of fact they are dis posed of In a great variety of ways and for many other purposes Thous ands of bushels are shelled for use in the manufacture of confections and food products the demands for whIch Is constantly increasing Great quan tities are employed for making peanut candles and brittle as well as In combination with popcorn and puff ed rice and as blanched peas The blanching process is applied only to the finest grades of peanuts which after being shelled are roasted His next requisite to deprive the kernels of their thin brown skins after which the halves are broken apart the tiny germs are removed bya machine spe cially constructed for the purpose and the peas are put up In attractive packages for market Peanut meal made from such blanched peas finely groun Is particularly esteemed for the manufacture of almond macaroons andt other small cakes Peanut butter Is put up In bottles or tins containing nny quantity from a quarter of a pound to five puonds It Is very popular for camping and yacht Ing supplies For making It the peas are first shelled and then roasted moderately after which they are tanned and screened to remove thq thin brown skins and the germs The next consists in them to1 Itrotin tube into the bottles or tins and tightly sealediWith a little experience and the aid of a small meat grinder anYbody an make good peanut butter for home use As for peanut candy a very desirable kind can be made by simply boiling shelled peanuts with a thick syrup con sisting of two pounds of granulated iVaterrtogether Juice When the syrup begins to boll C add two pounds of unroasted shelled t v h peanuts and eepk slowly untU time peanuts are tender and the syrup sufficient ly held to break when cold The cool lug process should contueror about an hour when the mixture may be poured out on cold butter plattreq to cool In the preparation of vegetarian meats a portion of the oil Is ex pressed from the ground peanuts oth er ingredients including various vegetable substancesare added and the mixture Is pressed into tins The ex tra oil is usually employed for thinning peanut butter or else Is sold for furtn r cooking the vegetable meats Whatever one may think of the idea of substituting peanuts in different combinations for beef and mutton there is no question pf the fact that they are quite as sustaining to the bodyThe cultivation of peanuts was until recently confined almost wholly to areas In Virginia Tennessee the Carolinas and Georgia but during the last 10 It has spread throughout the South Atlantic States and even as far West as California Properly speaking the fruit is a pea rather than a nut the plant that bears It being closely related pea and beans The plant however has the peculiarity of ripening Its fruit or put beneath the surface of the soil When the small yellow blossom fades and falls the stem that supported it elongates and thrusts the sharppolnted ovary down ward into the ground where the pod developsPotatodigging machines are usually employed nowadays for loosening the peanut vines from the soil when the pods are ripe Then the vines are placed in small stacksheaded up about a central stake to cure As a rule the picking of the pods is done by women and children who get about 10 cents a bushel for the work An expert picker can handle from eight t twelve bushel a day Machines how ever are now coming into use for the purpose accomplishing It very effec tively New Orleans Time Democrat OLATON LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK June 30Mrs UrsIe May and daughter Miss Lillian Hardtusburg left Thursday after spending las week the guest of Mr and Mrs Joe Wil son Several young people from Olaton attended the picnic at Yeaman June C Rev and Mrs F M Farris returned Tuesday from Argenta Ark after a three weeks visit with their daughters Mps George Hamilton and Mrs Ora Mayson Mr John Allens store house Is near ing completion and he will move his business Into the new building about ThursdaySeveral from this place expect to attend the Reunion at Beaveii Dam SaturdayF 8 Cos June Sale at Narrows was attended by several pee plo from this place last week Mrs Dr C W Felix who has been dangerously ill the past 2 months was thought to have been slightly Improv ed at last report Mr James Hall and wife Payton School House were the guests of his mother M rs M Hall Tuesday Rev Oldham filled his regular apj polntment at Olaton Baptist church Saturday and Sunday and delivered one of the finest sermons that has ever been preached at this chu- rchCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of MANDA attended church atM t Zion Sunday Miss Lillian fleck of McHenry who has been visiting relatives here for the past week returned homeSaturday- Mr Tom Beck of Eden visited relatives at this place Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs Ulcy Daugherty were the guests of Mr J F Beck and fam MondayMr Rains returned home from Texas Sunday Mr and Mrs Z T Her visited their son Mr Wlllre Parks of Rob Roy the latter part of last week Those on the sick list are Mr II Ct Leach and little Miss Thelma Amos Mr and Mrs Z T Her visited Mr H C Leach Sunday Mr and Mrs Arthur Beck and daughter Levada were the guests of J T Beck and tautly Wednesday Quite a crowd attended the funeral and burial of Mrs E P Sanderfur at this place Monday Mrs Sanderr furs death was a sad one She leaves a husbandnnd sit children al- 86a father and two brothers besides a host of friends and other relatives to mown her departure We will say to her many friends to weep not for she leat rest and we will meet her in the sweet bye and bye where part Ing shall be no more a l It tOLD lllERS NAVE GALA DAY Reader Interesting Program Elect Officers and Fix A Place of Meeting The reunion of old soldiers held at Beaver Dam last Saturday was largely attended and highly enjoyed by the visitors Old soldiers to the number of seventy were presnet and celebrated the Nations birthday in a H Chlghly entertaining manner Rev H C Truman pronounced the in vocation and W R Chapman In an eloquent address bade the vast assem blage welcometp whjch Rev Truman responded in a splendid address Mr Otto Martin spoke at some length on the Patriotism of the American Sol diers His address which appears elsewhere in these columnswas schol arly and appropriate An elegant din ner was served which was highly enjoyed by the old soldiers and others In the afternoon the assemblage was entertained by addresses from Mr R J Dunn Rev G H Lawrence and J N Jarnigan The buslnses session of the old soldiers resulted in the election of Z 0 King prseident W R Chapman Vice President D E Rhoads Adjt R A Anderson Quarter Master and H C Truman Chaplain The Vice President Is an exConfederate sol dier Hartford was chosen as the next meeting place after Z O King of Central City had spoken in favor of Central GUy and R A Anderson In favor of Hartford The vote on this question resulted practically I unanimous for Hartford Beaver Dam added laurels to her already long list by the splendid manner in which she entertained the veterans of the six ties CENTRALGROVE- July 7Mr H H Davis Center town who was appointed to visit our Sunday school July 4 was not able to be present1- IIIsses Nellie and Llvia McKernan entertained a few of their friends Sunday Those present were plisses Maymee Hocker Lee and Ruth Tlch enor Messrs Ellis Brown John and James Golf They report an enjoyabe time and plenty Ice cream nadlemon ade Mr and Mrs L D Ashby were the guests of Mr and Mrs E S Barnes West Providence Sunday Master Fred Gwynn Render is visiting Mr and Mrs W I Igle heartMr and Mrs J T Rowe who have been visiting in Paducah returned home Thursday The Infant of Mr and Mrs L L Ashby Is quite sick Messrs Robert and George Brown Beaver Dam visited Mr R N Loney SundayMisses Eliza Berryman and Carrie Roeder attended the reunion at Beav er Dam SaturdayIThe following persons went to Rough river fishing Saturday Misses Louva Miller Maymee locker Myr tie Park Lee and Ruth Tichenor Messrs Ellis Brown KIrby and Pirtle Park Mr and Mrs J P Miller Mrs Will Williams near Beaver Dam visited her sister Mrs L J Igleheart recently HICKORY CHURCH July 7 Brothers W N Miller and L awrence of Beaver Dam delivered a fine Sunday School address hero Sundny afternoon We hope to have Bros Lawrence and Miller with us again in the near uture Miss Ruth Hammonp Horton and her guest Miss Bessie Renfrow of Bowling Green were the guests of Miss Dalarn Leach Sunday Mr and Mrs Elijah Plummer of Louisiana are the guests of relatives at this place Mr Otis Likens and wife of Caney vllle visited relatives here from Sat urday until Tuesday Misses Damle Beck and Prods Raines Manda visited Miss Floy Tty SundayMasters Carleston and Comley Annis returned home Sunday after a weeks visit with Mrs J N Raley Bro Lnwrcnce Beaver Dam dined with Mr Clyte Taylor and sister Miss Mary Sunday of Bald Knob 11IUSSBlSsleTorrencc Susie Sorrels Mis S P Leach and children Messrs Everett and Bradley arid Miss Ollie Mae and Rhoda were the guests of Mrs Leach brother Mr J W Taylor Saturday night The Misses Lambert of Olaton re turned home Monday after n few days vjslt with the Misses Ragland Mr Johnny Ragland and sister visited their uncle Mr U N Ragldnd Saturdayiiipht and Sunday Mr Rcaee Plummer of Owenshorp visited his mother Mrs Caroline Plummer Saturday night and Sunday y Bro W N Mllieivand family visit 1- r edtMH Anna Jarnaein Sunday MnVjMiMrsA J Westerfleld visited friends atleaver Dam Satamday uight Mrs1 W Sorrels and daughter Miss flosfe were the guests aV lIrsJi J H Davis Katur4ay Miss Bessie Jarnagiti Called 16 see Miss Mary Louise Young Mondayof ternoon Several from here attended the funeral of AIrs Elvis Sanderfur which was held at MtPleasant Monday even ing at 2 oclock Miss Mabel Sorter was the guest of her auntMrs Ada Barnes Saturday RALPH July 5Thernlns have damaged crops In this community Those attending the M Wo of A supper at Mugan were Misses Nonle Gert Essie and Eva Taylor Addle Edge Messrs RobtTaylpr Tom Ham llton Rbnda Wade arid Dade Taylor Ronda Wade was in Hartford on business Tuesday Miss Oraa WesterfIeld Magan was the guest of Miss Eva Martin Satur day night and Sunday Mr Hardin Chapman of Burnetts Creek was the guest of his daughter Mrs J T Ralph Sunday Several from here attended the Ice aeam supper at Taffy Saturday night All report a tine time Miss Lula Midkiff Magan attended Sunday School nt Adaburg church Suu day Mrs Will Bean who has been sick for some time is Letter Charles W Moseley went to Hartford yesterday Lonnie Wade was the guest ofGon TaylorSaturday night Lonnie Owen Taffy was In our midst Sunday afternoon We all feel grateful to Uncle Sam for the rural route thats to start from Taffy and come to Ralph Mrs Sam Edge who has been in bad health for some time is no bet terMessrs Lon Taylor and GUI leasant Ridge was here Sunday 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 best family mediclnso on earth It invigorates the vital or l guns purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children pr rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only SOc at all druggists m- In v Memory Of little Arora York who departed this life June 19th 1909 age 1 year 7 months 10 days Dear little Arora she has left us Left us forevermore But we hope to meet our darling Where well part no more There was an angel band In Heaven That was pot quite complete- So God took our precious Arora To fill the vacant seat Heaven retalneth now our treasure Earth the lonely casket keeps And the sunbeams long to linger Where our little darling sleeps The little crib is empty now The little clothes laid by a fathers pride A mothers Joy In deaths cold arms doth He Go little pilgrim to thy home On that bright and happy shore We soon will come to meet thee Where all farewell tears are oer Thy hands are clasped upon they breastWe kissed thy lonely brow And In our aching hearts we know We have no darling now Weep not dear parents for little Arora She has only gone before And if wetnly trust and pray Well meet her on the pthershore A FRIEND S1OO Reward 100 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 IIi 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 treatmentHallsnally acting directly upon the blood 1 systemtherebythe disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing 0 Its work The proprietors have so pdverathattpeyany case that It falls tp cure Send I for list of twtlmfl Ji Address QSoldTake Halls FamlVjPlHs tor constipation I r 4 r k 1 A i s STANDING THE PA HOT WEATHER 4EItow to Avoid Heat Pros tration Dont Overdo Cold Water Treat t ment as ifVfeakens Instead of Strengthening Patient f and f It in health and suitable light 55 clothed and If not all broken up with the drunkenness gluttony or dope a hen or woman can healthly and hapj ly stand some bursting hot weather In many parts of the world folks live mid work out of dcprs in heats of frost 100 to 120 Glassblowers sugar boilers and tea firemen are the limit Shlpstoklng In the tropics at 150 for hours Islots of people believe In hell In nine cases out of ten sunstroke or beat stroke simply means fainting fainting caused by sun or air heat acting on one whose resistance has been lowered by disease drunkemibes or darn loot fashionable dressing It starts with a giddy feeling he may 4 stagger adn then he taUsfs palepulse j small weak and fluttery breathing soft and sighing skin cold and clam ray1Jie Is partly or wholly unconscious Usually he recovers without treatment in a few hours with splitting head ache and great weakness but some cases fall directly from fainting into death from heart failure Falntlngsunstrokes should be laid t at once in a coot airy shady place and as much clothing removed as the lady spectators will stand for a lit tle cold water dashed on the face and chest ammonia held to nostrils until the victim comes to himself and then he should be undEr a physicians eye for several days It Is a mistake to overdo cold water treatment In light cases for the right thing to do Is to stimulate not weaken The very worst forms of heat or srn stroke have sudden high fever deep unconsciousness and extreme conges tion of lungs Sir Pat Manson calls this striasls and seems to think It a great germ disease like yellow fever and caused by yet unknown germs that grow in high temperature and only In certain localities This form j Xls not uncommon in our coast and rlv er towns and cities but Is totally i unknown In Europe Cold water dash and a hurry call for the ambulance f1here arq cases from strenuousc A thick clothes and blazing sun which suddenly fall forward after a few spansms of hands and feet and it is all over with them In these sudden cases the heat seems to act like the blow of xm ax on the head In another form of sunstroke the man suffers with headache and feebleness t and stays slightly nutty for weeks b 4 Hero there has been some meningitis at work This is the most common form of sunstroke encountered In law suits pensions etc It sees a sad commentary on peo ple that they have to be told actually shouted at Dress lightly and com mit ng excesses In eating and drink lag and avoid violent exercises great fatigue and lack of sleep during dan gercus hot spells ItFainting sunstrokes and the deadly high fever forms arc pot nearly no common now as formerly and this shows what tho papers are doing It was once said that even the immor tal gods striven in vain against Ig norance proving how far stronger is journalism than the mighty gods of yore Natives of hot places all have dark skIn Exposure tans therefore white Ashould get a protectIve touch of over every summer thISI will not then be necesssary to the yellow undershirts recommneded by Manson however there are too many dear goad sweet lovley people in New York hunting to be shocked yin order to show how vlrtuQUs they be for folk here ever to get a good tan onIn many European resorts men wear simple hlpplngs and women wear aim plo suits such as our men bathers wear and without shoes or stockings Virtue is net a state of body or clothes but a state of the mind Like the English and the ostriches we feel none rebut ourselves Is no ejTfl of fool lahdelah advice against strokes but the main thing Is to get wise and keep cool even to the edge of lazy delicious com I or forteven If one hasto wear only 1three light garments to do itI p Children Cry FOR FjETCHER8 CASTOR A l Ducks Earn i5 PerDaye Joseph Junette who forms one of Alwnbluffathinks ducts to eat potafoCbugs A dollar 1 It p f 4 1 id piI a day a duck will be his motto Just now Mr Junette is enjoying an intone pf 15 a day from 15 ducks which he line trained to clear potato patches of the spotted pests He shut up the ducks in a pen and fed thdm on potato bugs exclusively after staving them until they were glad to get the pug diet uJnette tried them first on his own potato patch which comprised several acres The ducks went through the patch like a nelghborhccd scandal Af ter this Junette shut up his brigade s they would not acquire a taste for other dletand would be able to earn wages the next time out The ducks are In great demand on the farms In Juncttes neighborhood Farmers are glad to pay 150 an hour for the services of the brigade Jun ette has In sight an Income of 90 a week from the 15 ducks alrady employed A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up In his work health and happiness by what was believed to bo hopeless Consumption write- 1V R Lipscomb of Washington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings Now Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He Is a well man today Hd 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 IS RESCUED FROM VICIOUS SHOW Pearl Jackson Fifteen Years Old Is Brought Back to Owensboro The Owensboro Messenger says Attgrney J P Whlttlnghlll has re turned from Washington Ind where he went on Friday night to get Pearl Jackson the fifteenyearold daughtlrIof M rs Laura Jackson away or was taken nwny by fair people who showed here two weeks ago under the ausplcies of the Woodmen of the World and wha went from here to Washington Mr Whit tinghill found the girl and brought her back without much trouble in the first place the show people denied having the girl She was so disguised by paint that he could not recognize her and It was not until he got the assistance of a policeman that he round admission to the tent where he could recognize the glut or get to talk to her When he did there was little dely The girl was token to the office of Prosecutor Hastings wheres he dlclcsed facts that caused the nrres otf several of the show people three of when are now In jail there The girl was cot anxious to continue with the show but seemed Indifferent about coming back home ns she said she was not well treated athomeAnother girl Lizzie Bryant went with her from here and she remained with the show and seemed to be- charmed with the life she was free to lead there She is nineteen years ofageHoward Troyer ngacd fourteen and Stuart Small cgcd thirteen went with the monkey man Mr J U Small father of one of the boys went fork them and was successful In bringing them back J Dont Get a Divorce- A western Judge granted a dlvoce on account of Illtemper and had breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented It They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the Illtemper dispel colds banished headaches conquo chills 25c at all druggists m CANE RUN N June 29Farmers are behind with their plowing owning to so much rain Miss Myrtle Miller of Horse Branch is visiting her aunt Mrs Maggje Chris Han near this place Ruv G H Lawrence and wife of Beaver Dam have been visiting friends and relathcs In this commu nity the past week The death angel visited the home of Mr and JJrs John Fords the 23 lust and took from them their dar ling babe Little Noah Hubbard The remains were Interred at Salem grave yard The funeral services wer BrotherlaswrenceRev a two weeks meeting at Horse Branch which clcsed Inst Sunday night with 27 conversionsMrs Christian has been visit ing at Horse Branch and attending th meeting Mr G JChfistl an has been select atIIt4 to i 4t n tt t i AGONIES SUFFERED 1 TO NO PURPOSE Victim of Horrible Burns Begs tolbe Killed OneoFor Enthanasia But the Luwbids Its Use Although nearly CO medical students have given skin trom their own barite with which 75 grafts have been made on the bumed and charred form of Luther Cltfton21 years old the young man who is now a patient In the Louisville City Hospital begs and pleads with physicians and nurses to give him a drug that will kill him His amazing vitality eclipses anything eversknownThere Is a word euthanasia It means a painless peaceful death or a means for producing a gentle easy death The word suggested an Inter rogation of Cliftons physical condition Doctor you say this man has only a chance or two In a hundred of re covering Five months ago the skin was burned from nearly onehalf of the whole surface of the body Dully since then he has suffered fearful agony and you say that lately he has wished he might die You say there are months and months of the same terrible suffering ahead of him If he liven that long Dont you think It would be an act of simple humanity to put him painlessly to death with a dose of morphia 1 Well was the answer this cer tainly would be an Ideal case for the employment of euthanasia But you know the law The physician was Dr J F Knox of the Louisville City Hospital The question was asked him as he bent over Cliftons body The boys cloth Ing was ignited as he lay asleep be side a campfire on the outskirts of Saxon Dfor the night of January 9 lastand he was brought to this city the home of his widowed mother four dds later and admItted to the City Hospital That was five months ago To the surprise of the surgeons he is still alive His vitality amazes the medical fraternity His hard hold up sets the longestablished dictum that human life cannot survive the burn ing of more than one third the total area of the body Four series of skingrafting have been carried out at the City Hospital for his relief and cure since January 13 but these attempts to heal with growing skin his fearful wounds have been practically a failure Only here and there has one or another of the engrafted bits of cuticle remained healthy and shown a little growth Though more than CO students in the Jefferson Medical College have given skin from their bodIes and though more than 75 grafts have been set the total area of raw flesh has been reduced such a light extent that the rate of healing maintained through the last five months would have to be cnotlnucd for at least two years longer In order to make the surface 6f his body whole again If by some miracle of stoicism and vitality Clifton should survive such a further period of agony he would be a repulsive cripple for life because the firescarring of the muscles and tendons of his lower limbs has drawn them up until his permanent position has become a contorted halfcircle like the posture of a man who pulls Ills knees In paroxysms of colic lUllBoth Dr Billy the Superintendent the City Hospital and Dr Knox the house surgeon in charge of the case confess that the young man has only a remote chance for ultimate recovery and both say that If ho should recover ho would bo practically bereft of the use of his lower limbs The extreme likelihood Is that if the lad does not die of physical and mon tal exhaustion following five long months of terrible suffering ho will bo attacked by and succumb to a secondary malady such as pneumonia or Jdndney trouble What Fre Trade Did for France When Lancashire the greatest cot ton manufacturing center in the world demonstrated in a small way that it could make cotton goods Great Brit sin prohibited the importation of cot ton geode from India Into England Then the great English Inventors Arkwrlght and Hargreaves to thee Arkwrlght and Hargreayes gaVo to their country the perfected spinning jenny and Great Britain controlled th cotton market of the world Her own markets were closed to the fore igner and the English statesmen saw that this little island with its grow ing population which had come from manufactures must find foreign tradeA e 4 o The greatest of English statesmen Pitt saw that the philosophers whoso Ideas created the French Revolution were controlling the policy of France TCnowing that Great Britain because of her cheap coal and because of her monopoly of Inventions could make woolen and cotton goods cheap er than France ho proposed to the idealists that there should be Free Trade The proposition was hailed by the disciples of Rousseau and Ques nay as an approach to the millennium Ina few years every factory In France was closed There have been many causes assigned for the French Re volution Undoubtedly tyranny and bad government had much to do with It but the French Revolution began in Paris which was the manufacturing center of France and then spread to the other manufacturing cities It was the starving unemployed who had been driven from all occupations by the genius of the British states men and the folly of French philo sophy which more than anything else precipitated and prolonged the FrenchI Revolution Senator Depew lIes Weekly Concessions to Rent The undersigned committee will rent the concessions as a whole or sepa rate for the Red Mens Pow Wow to be held at Cromwell Ky July 17th Contract must be closed on or be fore July 1st E W JACKSON P T WILLIS J W CONNER Committee Ready for Your Taxes We are Informed by Sheriff R D Martin that the Auditor has certifi ed his tax collwtJccs for the year 1909 and that be is now ready to rev ceive all tbe tax money which the citizens of Ohio county may be willing to furnish SProducer Has Precedence The French Tariff was framed on the Idea that the living of Innjiller Is endued by producers and tint one producer on the average takes careof five persons all of whom are of consumers French statesmen courseI wise enough to see that It Protected so that It would recleve fair wages and not be driven out of its natural market the difficulty of obtaining what Is wanted for personal consumption if reduced to a mini mum and no theory of economics Is worth a rush which starts out on the proposition that Tariff laws should be framed with an eye to the consu mer first and to the producre only set ond The reason why the Protective Tar iff has succeeded In the United States and put this country into the high position with It holds In the business of the world is because the Tariff has been framed with an eye to American Industry To start front the opposite end of the scale and figure to make everything as cheap as possible to the consumer and yet leave the producer the one who earns that which Is consumed to compete with those who have every advantage over him in his field is a policy which when ever tried has failed If the people have for many years sustained the Republican party It Is because of Intlnct and experience rath er than out of special recognlzatlon of the value of the Republican theory Buffalo Evening News FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN Bill Wayne College Gradu ate Walking on Wager Says He Will Receive 8000 If He Reaches Coast by INovember 1 Dripping In perspiration and dust covered Bill Wayne the college graduate from New York who Is walking from coast to coast on a wager of 8000 arrived In Owens boro at 510 oclock Saturday afternoon and spent a few hours Bill Is an athletic young fellow of nearly six feet weighs 1C3 poundsa nd Is twentyseven years of age He Is about eight days ahead of schedule time and says that he will reach San Francisco his destination about October 10 or 15 but has until No vember 1 to make the walk Wayne says he left from the Bat tery on the coast In New York City on March 1 and came throughputs burg Toledo Cincinnati Louisville Hawesvllle and Into Owensboro He met with his first accident three miles above Eckron while crossing u bridge on the L H St L line Ills foot slipped between the ties I and he struck his knee severely spraining it This caused him to lose considerable time and his aver age of forty mills a day was cut Friday to twentythree miles for the day He stated that his knee trou bled him to some extent on Saturday and that he did not know Just what effect It would have on his trip He left Owensboro at midnight going through Henderson Kvans vllle and St Louts and Into Omaha If the snow In the Western States Is heavy he will change his route through theW estern States and go HoIOne condition of the wager Is that the walker will use the rail road lines for walking and that he must not spend a cent of money for lodging and edibles Wayne uses In his travel on foot a pair of boot shoes which weigh four pounds and two ounces He also has a pair of light running shoes which he brings Into use when he strikes a country road running by the side of the railroad line which he Is permitted to use and when he strikes these conditions he takes a stow trot for a number of miles He eats three meals a day and diets himself He docs not use cigarettes coffee milk tea or any Intoxicants or stimulants of tiny kind He carries a light pack bag around his shouldersIWayne Is not supposed to spend any money except for postage His meals are given him by athletic clubs and friends he meets Owensbor Messenger I ChlldreCry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Alcohol to ChildrenAsk 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 him about Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the young Follow his advice He knows J C Ayer Co LowelltJa3 The first great rule of health Dally movement of the bowels Ask your doctorlf this is not so Then ask him about Ayers Pills Sold for nearly sixty years s e J GET OUR PRICES Barre and Quincy Ii GranitesI Italian and Vermont AND STATUARY WORK I THE THOMAS Hartford MONUMENTAL Ty- t WORKS I s r mCJJ r Iln c u DUUrT C E6lrera IBARN TT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KYI vlll practice their profession In all the I courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tics of Criminal and Real Estate Law j Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY IWill practice his profession In Ohio counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lectlons a Specialty Office In the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal pensionIMe M L HKAVKIN KIINRHT WOODWAIli HEAVRIN WOODWARD oCtI OS CsIOrtHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv OtI YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank UMIIIARNES H A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Mats street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will bt given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON JOIIX II WILSON CIIAS MCItOWE WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office onI Main Si opposite Court House I I and TRADEMARKS proraptlj obtuned in I nil eountrlM or no IN PATeNTS hl1ourII SURPASSINGBoole on 1mniRlile 1atrmt writ toI BO3BOO Sovonth StrootWASHINGTON D C KILLTHE COUCHCAND CURS THE LUNGS WITH Or Kings New Discovery FOR fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT ANDLUNOTROUBL- ESOIIABANTEEDI SATISFAOTOB OB MONEY REFUNDED I I Bendmodrl dmwliut orSiotoIoreiuert free report Free how to otiUln Onto wade uulot copyright ta IN ALL COUNTRIES Siulnts area milk WasUagto taw time many anJ lmgke Jalnl ExcluilwlyWrlto i IISS Xlatk Itnrt np ttaltri IUtM neat OOMt WASHINGTON D C r nS + e 1r sd Ir- r t ADDRESS OF OTTO G MARTIN AT SOLDIERS REUNION AT BEAVER DAM Mr ChnlrmanOld Soldiers Ladles and Gentlemen It certainly affords me great pleasure In being allowed this privilege of addressing such a fair und Intelligent representation of Ohio county citizens It Is a great pleasure to me to see so many as sembled hero today to pay homage to those oM grayhulred veterans 4who- alt around me and to the memory of those who have gone before In my olllnion there Is no more noble or pa- trlotlc deed which we could do It was these together with their dead comrades who saved this great Union nt a critical moment It was these and those who offered their lives that wo mIght live together In one great Union In peace frIend ship and brotherhood They are the ones who left home wIves mothers and children who sec rlflccd everything for our sake and for their countrys sake This day registers the birthday of the Declaration of Independence This day ought to be sacred to the great brave patriots who kept thIs flag above our heads sacred to the memory of the dead sacred to the momory of the wives and mothers who gave husbands m1 sons that our country mIght be free For seven long years they fought for our free dome Gave their lives Left their loved ones Sacrificed home All for their country Ladles and Gentlemen I nm to address you upon the Bravery and Patriotism of American Soldiers Let us begin with the beginning of thIs fair country when the little band or English driven out of theIr mother coun try because of religIous persecutions landed on Plymouth Rock in lC20 What dId they rInd upon arriving upon our shores Nothing hut a largo dense forest InhabIted by savage Indians But filled with that bravery courage and wilt Which God gave the AngluSaxons they showed their bravery in fighting the Indians They knew not nt what moment they would be surrounded and slaughtered by the savage occupants or the forest Mother know not at what women er babo would he snatched from her bosom und torn to pelces before her eyce But still they were God fearing pee ple and were filled with that bravery whIch has characterized the AmerIcan people and which has made our natlcn famous And they endured and conquered until at last ttieyt were allowed to llo In Beacon What duos PatrIotism mean It means not only sacrifice tor the country we love It moans not only lovu of country but love or liberty This alone could have Inspired the lttle band or Americans to the front and to right until death at Bunker 1111Pliis alone could have Inspired George Washington and his little hand of Patriots to endure the winter or hardship suffering and cruelties of Valley Forge This alone could have InspIred the thirteen collules to go to war against Its mother country with so uluq odds against them This alone could have Inspired Samuel Adams to give up home and wealth for his countries needs Mils alone could Lave Inspired the noble patriots who when just get tins oer the effects of the war or Independence sacrificed hone and low d ones shouldered their rifles and wont and defended tllllr country In 1812 And they were not dratted olth or they volunteered This alone could not have Inspired Andrew Jadton and hIs little baud of Kentucky and Tunuessee sharpshooters to bold New Orloans front the British who outnuncbored them two to one This It was that inspired Old Rough and Reudv Con Illrr to- go to battle with the Mexicans with n p army Just oueIUllrth e uuthe bravery of the American Soldiers Jlavo Irlllpirell over 21100000 Union sol have inspired OU 4600000 Union SJI diem to leave their honie and family unll otter to die If need be for our Imperilled Instltutku In the late Clv- it war Love or country only could have In Npircd over 300000 men to lay down their Jives for the Union Nothing less sacred than Ibis bravery and love of country could have sustaIned 175000 heroes who suffered and died In Allen prleon Nor could anything else have given comfort to the 600000 maimed and diseased who escaped immediate death In Beige and battle to end In torment their patrtottc lives It Is a noble patriotism und It impale you fellowcountrymen to honor and re- Bpoct the living and cherish the memory of they dead and similar love will compel our descendants to do homago to thieir valor and bravery forever Thoseiieracs who fought for our liberty the war or Independence thus showing their bravery and pat rlotllm are dead They died for liberty they died for us they are at rest they sleep In the land they made tree Under the flag they rendered stainless under tllo solemn pines the sad hemlock the tearful beneathiherun red are peace In the midst of battle In the roar or conflict they found the sere enlty of death Wo have but ono sen timent for the soldiers living or dead Cheers for the livingtears for the dead They have gone they may be for gotten but theIr bravery shall live un til Sun and earth shall Join and man ceases to live The bravery and Patriotism of the American Soldiers has made for us a Government where manhood and man hood alone Is made not simply a con IlIUon or citizenship but where man hood and manhood atone permits Its Iwssessor to have his equal share In the control of the Government The bravery and patriotism of the American Soldiers has made for us a Government where proverty Is upon an exact equality with wealth so far as controllng the destiny of the repub- lie Is concerned The bravery and patriotism of tho American soldiers has made a Govern ment where a man clothed In rags stands upon an equality with the one wearing purple Where the little log cabin Is just as free as the stone man slon Those who stand beneath this flag are free It has written upon it Liberty fraternity Equality This Government has never wanted for noble defenders When the bugle sounds the assembly call It Is answer ed by men from nIl sections or our land In other countries they are dratted but In thIs country they vol unteer The man who holds his wife or mother for a moment In a fondem brace and kisses his children with theIr cheeks wet with his tears shoul ders hIs rUle goes to the front and says Here I am to uphold my tag that Is the kind ot Soldiers America has produced That Is the kind omen that carried our flag through sevect years of cruel flghtlngthat gave us our freedom That carried our flag through the Mexican war That td the kInd of men that answered the Bugle call In Gl That came to the front In 98 That Is American bravery and American Patriotism Such examples as these become lOW- ers In civilization history hurries fro the drier details and Is touched with enthusiasm as she draws near to them Eloquence delights to rehearse and Impress them The songs of a nation reflect theIr story and make their triumph sound again through the sliver cymbal of speech Ianguage Itself tat now Images from them and words tha are themselves halfhattled are suddenly born at their recital The very household lIfo Is exalted and the lam blest feels his position higher and ex presses Its same of It In a more dawn los hearing as he Sees that heroism still lives In the world that men or its own rae ando blood perhaps or Is own neIghborhood even have faced so calmly such vast peril This Is the kind or man the Amer- Ican soldier Isono who dares and ey on urges on death for his countrys sake This Is the kInd of man George Washington was that Putman Lee Pickens Franklin were That Scott and Taylor were That Grant Lee Jackson Johnson Sherman and Slier Idan were That Dewey Scholey Sampson Hobson and Shatter were Always ready and willing to go to the front And oven the Southern SoldIer although ho ought against hat flag still he showed hIs Amer- Ican patriotism and bravery by offer lug his life his home and its loved ore to fight forwhat lie thought were his rights They wero not wanting In bravery Such men as Robert E Lee Stonewall Jackson Joseph E Johnson produce some or the greatest examples of American bravery They 111 u the true AmerIcan soldier endured hardshIp suffered their homes to be destroyed and like the true American soldIer when defeated they stepped down and out resigned to their fate took oft their hat to the flag of the North South East and West and are now ready It need be fight aide by side with those whom they taught against In Gl for the Stars and Stripes With such bravery and patriotism as the American Soldier has shown and will always show herepuI lie can never retreat Its flag Is the I only that has 1 Ilow b M u x bears It onward Is the unseenin of I God We follow the flag and Inde endenco Is oprs We follow thetig and nationality Is ours we follow the flag and oceanS are ruled We t follow the flag and In occident and Orient tyranny falls and Darbarlslll Is subdued We follow the flag at Trenton and Valley Forge Sarato ga and upon the crimson stsfisat Buena Vista and the City of Mexico at Gettysburg and MissIozary RIdge at Santiago and San Juan Hill Wo follow the flag anywhere It leads us and always Jt means larger Liberty nobler opportunities and greater human happiness For everYWb rO always It means the blessings andI greater republic And so God we follow the flag and the republic can lever retreat A century of peace has dawned the North and South are plighted And all their lovers quarrels have been forever righted There Is no North there Is no South no Johnny Rob to bandy No feuds no scores to settle up no yankee DoodleDandn- WJlat have we then A land serene united to hand sir Which like a sum ot numbers never yields but ono true answer i Who have wo then In this great I land above Its bounded boodle With Northern Pluck and Southern nerve his name Is DIxie Doodle Then Nil Hurrah for this brave youth unbought of bond or poodle The conqueror ot future worlds the growing Dixie Doodle And now friends we have the bravest soldiers on the face ot the earth the greatest nation In the world the only flag that has never been stained with defeat And now let us live together In peacefrlend ship and brotherhood Let there be no North no South no East no Vest but liberty and union now and forever one and inseperabl- eSTILL SUFFERING FROM REGENT INJURY Governors wife Has Not Re covered from Runaway Accident Nobody except herself with the pos sible exception o1Gov Wilson knows how Mrs WUlson has suffcr from wasIor a surrey The pain Is constant and yet Mrs WlIIson Is patient and uncomplaining and even dresses and receives some callers Never for a minute except when she was unconscious or asleep has Mrs Willson been free from pain and her wrist and hand hnye ached constantly What Js the matter nobody knows The best physicians In Kentucky hero and In Loulsvlllel1ae been consulted and they can not relieve Mrs Wilsons suffering They have tried everything or which they knew and It has all been or no avail It Js supposed that one of the carrIage wheels ran over Mrs Willsons lands and crushed the muscles and nerves But that Js all supposition and none of the physicians have biea able to reach th eseat of the trouble rightIi fingers only a little way and then with the greatest effort or her will and with tho utmost difficulty At the best Mrs WJII80n Is told she may not be able to use her hand for nine months and It may be much longer yet Mrs Wtilsogis never heard to groan or give any sign that she Is suffering In speaking of her injury she talks quietly and easily as though the injury has to some other person In every way GOY WJIlson verIWilson has waited on her and been ills gentle and sweet as a woman Affairs ot state and eyerWlng have I been laid aside by the Governor If- r Mrs Willson needed him and he has done for tier all that he could to relieve her suffering During the last few days Gov and Mrs WJllson have been moro hopeful than usual and arc beginning to h pe that the intense pain may ceaseFrankfort News T Notice to Road Overseers IDy order of the Fiscal Court the overseers of roads In the Hartford Magisterial dlstrlctare hereby warned coridlItlon by August let or I shall be corn palled to report than for prosecution Some sections ot the road are In such condition that they mutt be zed even before that tlmeit ii 1 CcinFIlarffcrd AfD Dlstrlc- c J y J i 1or MADISONVILLE To BE TERMINAL For the New Railroad sari the L N Says Madisonville Hustler The rndlsonv1l1e t Hustler has the folloivhtg smoke up about the corn lag railroad possibilities toythat city seemingly oblivious of the tact that Hartford intends too appropriate the M H E machine shops and other valuable things connected with the new line That Madisonvill will be made n terminal by the L N Ralldad Company for the Henderson division In the near future Is assured and all doubt In regard to this matter has been removed und It Js the concern sus of opinion that the company w1ll take this step at nn early date Mention has been made heretofore of the L N Railroad Company purchasing land far a rlghtorway for Its proposed cutoft around Ear ling ton which will leave the math track pt the Ienderson divlsioir near rortonll Gnp and arter making a circuit around Eqrllngton connect with the main track near Madison vine This will be done by the company wltht he dlea of redac- tng grades and eliminating curves between Madtsonville and Eearllng ton There Is no question about It going to bl built and the only thing now hindering the company Is pos them to commence work on the pro Ject The railroad company has purchased all ot the right of way necessary frr building the cutoft between Morhu Gap and Madisonville except a rightofway on the Dassett farm east of the city A hitch has occurred butt his will probably be adjusted In a few days The company It Ise understood wants to make nn eighteen foot fill nearly a mile long on the property and to this the owners are aobjecting It Is said that the L N and lI- H E railroad companies will build l Joint yard near the fairgrounds and the M H E shops I reIpottedbe located at that point Frelghr for Louisville St Louis and Chicago and other points will be shipped from the Joint yeards and the Ear llllgton yards will likely be used for storage pjurposes like those at Edge field Junction and Cairo Ill A new modern depot will be In nIl likllhcod be erected at the Junction of the L N and M H E rail roads cr nearby which will be probably used by both railroads A modern roundhouse will also bo built and this may bu used by both rail roads The proposed cutoff will be used for through travel and passenger trains and frelrhts doing through work will probably be the only one gangIlrnhns be decided by the officials to make up all Unins lime when the cutoft Is completed Steamboat Cases StoppedC rho owonsboro Messenger says An order has been entered In Fed oral court by Judge Walter Evans enjoining the admlplstrators of the 4 estate of tile men who were drowned by the boat Samuel In Green river from further prosecution their suits In the courts or OhCuy onot suits In the Courts or Ohio county against P H Johnson W P Wester field administrator of the estate ot Fredrick Westerfield who waS given t judgment for 6000 against Johnston Is also enjoined from attempting to enforce the judgment Suits are now pending in the Ohio circuit court against Capt Johnston by N E Deck administrator ot the estate of ROllt Deck or Rochester and Jesse Keeleln administrator ot the estate of Daniel D Keelcin 1ho petition of Johnston states that the administrator ot the estate of Elgin MadlIox has not brought suit but that he undersEUuls that thee prposea to do s- oBardwell Barnard BREEDERS OF i DUROG JERSEY SWINE We have op hand at alL times 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