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J ttitfIrbFin- e J I Job Work T DEVOTED TQ TIlE INTERESTS OF ALL TI E PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year i t z VOLXXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY IG 1909 No52 TARIFF BILL GONE TO CONFERENCE VfomensStockingsMay UI timatelyDdeat It- Wo3le GJods and Gloves Other Articles Over Which Ling Battle Is Expected Washington July 10Cheaper cotton and woolen goods and cheap hosiery and womens glovesthe former demahded by the House antI the latter by the Senate promise to b amdng the most stubbornly tough questions In the congressional conference on the tariff bill At least that Is the way things ap 1 eared at the close of the first dAS session There was Jl great steal of speculation today hmong lenders In Congress who are not parties to the conference as too what will he don with these itemq Many members expressed the opin ton that the House would yield cotton and wool and the senate on gloves and hosiery in compliance with the protectionists Idea of standpatism- if I this should be the outcome It Is I predicted that vigorous protests would be heard In both the Senate and Ious from advocates of Ilowl1wald revision Some members went so far as to say that an effort would be made to re ject the conference reports In th event of such a glaring Instance o upward revision I The effect of amendments to the cotton and woolen schedules fu thtl House was a very material reduction of the existing duties The Senatee restored these by a decisive vote On the other hand the House ad vanced the rates on hosiery and wo mens gloves far nboV t11e dutlesfix ed by the Dingley law and otUb Sennte declined to accept the lucrel18e Eliminating amendments relating to the phrasology of the bill It Is plant ed out that there are less than 400 amendments that represent opposing 1ewsItime necessary for the completion I of the bill In conference at less than ten days notwithstanding the large number of purely verbal amendments I Some of the conferees place the i probable length of the conference at a i fortnight or more In support of theIr- view they point to the fact that theIIa Senate put In the bill an entirely new maximum and minimum provision the corporation tax amendment provision for the establishment of a Customs Court and a new administrative act covering a multitude of questions not raised in the House I In addition to all these new features the senate struck out the HouseI amendment for the Imposition Federal inheritance tax and Its new drawback feature Questions of so much Importance ora confereeltoIInight are a In Import taxes that will take time I guess we will be locked up In this building for two weeks at least The COrpQl11t1on tax amedment has not been cOQldered by the conferees ill any way Nevertheless It was predicted In Congresslohal circles tonight that the proposed tax op tho net earp tugs corporations would be radueed- in conference from per ent toip- Sr cent That has been suggested said Sea ator Aldrich when asked concerning the report that areductlola would bt1I made In the tax ti It was reported also that the corIporatlon tax provision nay be elimt- npted and the House tuhoritaace tax provleton restored to the jjllI but no confirmation of this story could be- hail nor could Its origin be traced A The Industrial Rally The picnic glvenby the Industrial forces of Ohio county at Williams Dltneer Tuesday was largely attneded- dnotwithstandng the recent heavy rains and high walerMr wm- Sahafe editor of tho Vnlted bilneVork- eye Journal repregenting the United Mine Workers or omerlcadelfverod at nddroeegn tbeplan 9r coopcraUon- L 1 oL r- n by the producers and consumers lie dlscusscdtuiplnn from an oxperime tAl staitdpol11illlivlng bee f1 for many years an drganizer of cooperatlve- i unions His address was timely and well received Mr EJ1 Davenport of Chlsley ly spoke in behAlf of the American SocIety of Equity HIs address was able and elQquent Being n practical farmer he likewise spoke from an ex llerlnientnl standpoInt Ills principle address was in a sense on the rights of the tillers of thesolI and producers of wealtb but he too touched upon tile cooperative plan his Ideas on same beIng In conformity with those In practice In many places Mr Sam Pascoe also spoke in beI halt ofth United Vilna Workers His address was Instructive and highly e toyed BedtiWlns The Body and Sarvl8 BUr base ball teams engaged in a close and excite Ing game at Sarvls Hill Saturday Bedn winningby the score of 4 talIThe features of the game were e fieldIng of RIchardson for Sanls Hill and pitching of Chamberlain for Bed a DESPHNDENT GIRL 1ATTEMPSSUIGIDE I Jumps in Well but at Once Calls For Help and Is Rescued 5 After brcoding over her lonely con- a dillon until her mInd had becom- et at least temporarily unbalancedMlss- 10lUe Dqnlel attempted to end all jumping Into a well at midnight Tae day atthe home ofJ K Alvey In Hartford Shevyasefeeping with a lIttle of Mr Alvey with whom il1 rtes bqardlngwho waS awaken wJion She left tile room The child called to her mother n nd father whom sM awake Gefo MIsS Daniel reached the well As soon as the unttortunate girl ha jumped she began to scream and lIIr Alvey was only a short while reaching her He let the bucketwhlch had been used In drawingwnterdown to her to which she held and InutlS manner was rescued from her per iou I posltfoa Miss Daniel had been despondent for several daysnot having been away from her boarding house during the time and n physician had vislted her a time or two Miss Daniel Is nn orphan her parents having died sev oral years ego She came to Hertford few months ego to accept employ ment with Dr J R PIrtle local den test ad has made many friends dur gaveItollowlng note was found after the young lady had been rescued I am going to kill myself because I am tired of living I havnt any thing to live for since my mother nnd father died There Is no one to watch and care for me and life Is net worth living I hate to do this terrIble deed I hope that God will forgive me and take me bumo to rest and which I belIeve he will I would love to see my dear old grandparents I once more before 1 die but I cant I hope we will meet In Heav en where parting Is no moro You will find me In the well SO goodI friendsiAn Unusual PhehomenaI At about 10 oclockIhurS nIght many reliable people In and about Hawesville observed a brilliant phe nomena probably a meteor which shot across the heavens and lighted up the earth as much so as the SUn does ordInarily In day time The tight lasted but a very Short time probably not more than ten alterrlmoexpI01llon had been discharged near town At some points of thecttysmallar ticles about the houSe weredls turbed and there was mor or less evidence of violence The same observations were made at other points IIi the country particularly South hIlh1lien1s IcockCkLron1J I ft jI wl jJ1 BY WORK AND- PERSEVERANCE Senator Bradley Has Rise to Place of Power Leaf Tobacco and Hemp Bills Which He Finally Passed Were Laughed at Louisville Ky July 12Work and sensets of United States Senator William O Bradley Work and perseverance have landed him lathe United States senate They brought him up from a country lawyer practicIng justices of the peace down In Garra county and lnded him In the Beve- rlpors office In Frtnkfort When be stepped out of the statehouse the e qualifications gave him a big law practice In Louisville When even Republicans laughed at the thought of electing a majority 01 the members of the las legislature Bradley worked away and succeeds in electing many RepublIcan senato and representatives from districts tit were largely Democratic It was due In a large measure to his untiring Industry that when the polls were closed and the votes were counted It was found that the Republican just lacked four votes of having enough on joint ballot to elect a Unit Republicanes tosr Bradley but Bradley didnt quIt He hlss persistency and his perseverance In the face of heavy cede that enabled him to hold on day after day until the four voters were forthcoming 3nd ho became the Junior United State s senator from Kentucky When he left Louisville the first o last March to go to WashIngton to thatdwas to dule on hemp Increased and he was Ironhc everyone ed It was said that Bradley would but his head against a stone wall and would nccomllllsh nothing Some weeks ago the press dispatch es announced that Senator Bradley amendment increasing the duty on hemp tour cents a pound had been anIothers that Bradley was Mill trying to have the tax removed from leaf tobacco but there was no chance that Aldrlchs head was set the oUte way and that tho Kentucky senator was keeping up the fIght just to show his constituents down In Kentucky that he was still on the job All the news hover contained the tact that Bradley was still at work and on last Thursday came the bulletin The senate has just accepted Sen ator Bradleys amendment permitting tobacco growers to sell leaf tobacco without the paying of a tax In these two accomplishments Sen ator Bradley has done what many Kentucky statesmen have tried in vain to do That he has had II long hard uphill tight goes without saying WhIle some of the politicIans In Ken tucky hue had their gunS aimed at the senators head he has shown that he has been fighting for bigger things and has won a victory that will make shouts go up from tobacco beds allover kentucky and will make the respectedKndfore CENTRAL GROVE July 141IIss Mattie Tlchenor be- gau school at this place MondAy Mr IP Loney sand son Clarence Owensboro vIsited relatives In this community last week 3IranQ Mrs Dave Allen and MIss Eva ItaWart nearIIeaver D1l spent ParksI HaS been- sick Is copvaleecent Aunt Peggy Loneywho has reached the age ofe1ghtyelgbt years and who has been quite feeble for the past soversl months Is visiting her son Mr RobbrtIoliey Dir and Mrs J T Hooker visited In Waltons Creek neighborhood Monday and Tuesday The Ica cream supper given byMr and 3Ira W k Jgleheart Saturday Sd nght In honor ofMrs Islehcnrts Sunday school class was much enjoyed hy all the participants Those pres apt were Misses Pearl Tlchenor oft Cutert0wn Vera Caldwell Goshen Peattl Geneva and Mary Drown Elm stood Fern Curtis Louva MlllerMa TlchenornCarrieStewartMyrtle Park Messrs C P Lone of Oenstoro Elbert Goodall Clark Cal vent Frank KUkendall CenteMow- niIrby Park James Goff Chester Stewart D L Bishop J E Goff E F Blown Pirtle Park Charlie Hunter Jessie Bishop J W Roeder air and Mrs P M Drown Elmwood Mr and tr J M Ross Mr and Mrs J P Stiller Mr and Mrs W W Hocker litre Amelia Southard le visiting nt Graham title tdeek Several from this comunlty attend ed the Rally at WIlliams Mines Tues da spentrtlMrs Hewitt Young Owensborowho tins been visiting her parents air- Aid Irs D M park will return home today THEEM1EtiNPDUNDS f t OFAGCO RUINED aiC Stlttd foflPeell in Hopkins County Cut OneHalf by Recent Floods Madisonville Ky JUly 13Advlce from various sections of Hopkins county are to the effect that 3000OQO pounds or oue half of the tobacco crop Iii Hopkins county has been ruined lthe recent rains and will be n total toss The weed has been drowned out by the rains and the growers In many Jnces wIll lose halt of their crop damage to others Is not quite so onethalf and as Lt le too late to plant another Hopkins county will show n big decraeee In the production of the weed tills year The loss will reach Into the thousands The streams In many Instances have boon swollen for days and the fields have Leon flooded The water has covered tie tobacco and has done irreparable dam age It Is estimated that there will be a decrease of onethlrd per cent to the corn crop for this season The corn upys plant this being the case the farmers will suffer a heavy loss in thIs re spect The oats crop will show a do crease of onethird per cent be cause of the rates and the farmers will not have time to prepare for an other crap at this time The farmers will loSe heavily on this crop lnthreshed wheat has suffered hut It Is Impossible to tell to what extent at present Wheat In the stu Is thought W be damaged but how Much Is not known Meadows have tl11ter ell and the buy crop will be roducod to about onethird of what It usually Is Mud Is thIck in many meadows and covers the grass for n depth of several Inches Tile loss will amount to thousands of dollars In Hopkins county and It Is feared that the or- tLnated damage wIll be increased when a thorough investigation Is made t SALEM July 13llr and airs Estll Raloy land family were the guests of his sister Mrs GIrd Camp and family Saturday night Mr and Mrs John York and family Hartford were the guests of their daughter Mrs Erno Wilson Satur day night and Sunday Mr and Mrt John JamIson and fam- Ily were the guests of their son Mr Farts Jamison Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Irs J A Stogner and tam By visited Mrs Salllo camp Sunday Mr JIm Cummings Is on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs Iva Basham and two children Irene and ChristIan are visit lag her parents Mr and Mrs John qu try Rev Balleyfalledto till his appoint meat at this place sunday on the account ofthetrafn j Mrs MandaCamp and two children visited Mrs Sallie Camp Monday L 1 5 CANTRILL DEMANDS FAIR SNOW For American Society of Equity Growerss Hurries Home to Take Hand in Burley Society and Equity Pooling Matters Washington July 14Defore Con gressman CantrllI started to Kentucky this afternoon he talked rankly about the differences between the Society of Equity nail the Burley Society He said lie was going home to demanl1- n square deal for the Society of Equity which he believes has been nib treated by the Burley Society I am the last man to want to see a permanent split between the two organIzations said he There will not lJl two pools if I can hart It uut that Is what It may come to unless the Burley Society becomes a little more lust In Its treatmnet ot Its par ent organization the Society of Equi tyThe Burley Tobacco Society won Its fights in the past as a result ot the teachings and close organization work of the Society of Equity Through the Society of Equity cooperative farming and the pooling ot crops came Into existence as the business and aching branch of the Society of Equity Now the Burley Society proposes to Ignore the Society of Equity and to dominate the situation through a highsalaried board at Winchester which does not keep In touch with the people The proposed contract for 1909 Is a radical departure from those or 1906 and 1907 In that It does not mention or recognize In any way the SocIety of Equity My position Is that since i the pledges of 1906 and 1907 were good enough for us to win on they are I good enough to continue In force J have done everything In my power to maintain harmonious relations be tween the two organizations hut there are SOme conditions which It Is Im perative that the Burley should remedy SocletI The high salaries paId the ofI flclals should be scaled down and should continue to recognize the Society of Equity which Is an organization that keeps In closer touch with the people and whose members must not be slighted and ignored If enough pledges for 19fJ9 are to he signed to make tile pool a success Mr Cant rill will call a meeting of Society of Equity people as SOOIl ns- he reaches home FAIRVIEW July 13Tlmes are dull and news Is scarce this week on account of soI much rain which has seriously damaged the farmers all over the counI tryISunday scheol met Sunday nt the usual hour with n good crowd In atIlondance The SuperIntendent air Wilson delivered a fIne talk on theI lesson which was highly enjoyed II all present Next Sunday afternoon July ISwlll- he observed ns Cradle roll day at Cane Run church near here Mr and Mrs J R Wlll and lit tle sot Wavy visited their daughter Mrs Fanza Weednian Olaton Saturday Mr and Mrs C C White and family visIted Mr N n White and family Cedar Grove Sunday nIght Rev T J Acton visited his cousins Mrs Cortila Daniel and family Olaton Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs Weedmau Milwood- Grayson county were the guests of Mr and Mrs J R Wilson and fancily Monday Mr Clydo Bryant Horton visited his aunt Mrs C C White and family FrIdayMr WoInk Schroader was In ourI community this week buying stock Rev T J Acton will 1111 its ap pointment at this place the fourth Sun day nt 2 p m Instead of the first which Is his regular day his subject will be A word In Season to the WearyJust now we are feeling very kind ly towards you Mr Editor for your kindness In speaking of tliq emigre gatlons atthlsplaco as wise crowds When the word was written nice However wo thauk you for the mls take and wish you and the dear old Republican the greatest success SELECT July 14On account of so much rain the farmers have got behind with theIr work Jf s C K Boaty and Mrs Elizabeth l luchelo of Ialmyra WIsconsin and visiting their parents Rev and Mrs R P McKinley at thIs wrIting Mrs MF Langford returned Sunday from a two weeks visit at Broadway Mines- Mr Guy Ranney visited relatives In Duller county a few days last weekMr Earl Smith visited the family of J E Morris ut Warrens aIll Sun day There was a large crowd at the sing lug Saturday night Mrs K P McKinley who ILJ been quite sick of typhoid fever Is im proving Mr Robert Day of near thIs place who line been very low wIth dropsy Is no beter Several from thIs place are goIng to the Pow Wow at Cromwell next Saturday Tne A S of E met at Dalzetown Saturday about 99 per cent of WI to bacco In thIs nelghborhod Is pledged Hurrah for Equity Mr Rhoads of Centertown visited his son prof Alex RllOads from Friday till Sunday Mr J C Stewart of Weir City Kane SI18 Is visiting friends and relatives at tills writing Elder R p McKinley will assist Is the dedIcation of the Christian church at Roslne the 3rd Sunday FOR THE BUSY READER u t- It is believed In Chile that war between Peru and Bolivia Is immInent because of tie disorder at Lapaz fol lowing the decision handed down by Argentina In the boundary dispute between the two counties Emperor William has sent a message to Chancellor von Duelo announcing his return to Berlin tomor row to consider the questin of his successor In office and It is probable that the announcement of the name of the new Chancellor will be made within twentyfour hours S A special dispatch from Lisbon re Ports a serIous explosion from firedamp In a coal mine at Bettnez Spain Several hundred miners are saId to Ie entombed Efforts at rescue are be lug trade and fortytwo living and seventeen dead have been brought out Orville Wright twice failed to make a flight In his aeroplane at Fort Myer late Tuesday After rising about fifteen feet he experienced such difficulty In his efforts to mount Itgner that he brought the machine to earth It was decided at n conference at the While House that the rate to be levied under the new corporation tax shall be reduced from 2 per cent to 1 per cent and that due consideration shall he given the demands of mutural life Insurance companies Evelyn Nesbit Thaw subpoenaed bY the State which Is opposing her lius hands release from the Matteawan Asylum for the crimInal Insane took the stand Tuesday as a witness at the hearing In the Supreme Court at White Plains N y on harry K Thaws mental condition She objeot ed to telling whether or not her hue hand had threatened to kill her and was excused Sewerage Bmds Sold A sale of the loads voted by the town of Hartford Iu 190G for the pur pose of constructing a sewerage SiJ tern for the town has been disposed- of at a premium of 200 the purchase lug company also agreeing to bear all expenses and pay accrued Interest on the fronds to date of delivery This will net the town about 13850 which If properly handled should construct II satisfactory system of sewerage for the town We have not learned what company became the purchaser the deal beIng consummated witp Judge7smes Pole groveof Frankfort Ky their repre- sentatlve fcs Did Your Alarm Clock go off and Remind You of t E P BARNES BROSI 1Z PRflflRN L I I t Hundreds of anxious shoppers throng ed this Store from early morning until night The Merchandise ve offer should and willinterest any Man orWomanwho will be sufficiently mindful of his or her interesttovisitthisStore and see the bar= 1 gains at their command COME THIS WEEK i JmVQY tlQJY Qt U Qihty- y It t D 1If Q iM QJttQJf tM Qtit E P Barnes c Bros o Beaver Dam Kentucky LARGEST DIS PLAY OF GOLD Ever Seen in the world Now Exhibited Anned Gnards Stand Over Alaska Exhibit at the Seatle Fair Curiosity whYuh Iius been aroused by the arrival In Sonttle ol more than 200000 in gold from Alaska can he gratified If one will visit the Alaska UulldliiK at the AlaskaYuolciPadfis Exposition Upward of a 300000 worth of gold was placed on exhibit there yesterday trod on Wednesday morning Jin additional million in dust nuggets rand liars will he found on the pile it Is the biggust most costly single Rxblhlt ever ahown at any worlds faVr Only an rare occasion Is an auto mobile seen within the grounds or the exposition hut only a mild curiosity was displayed yesterday afternoon when a car drew up at the front door of the Alaska Building This how corer turned eyes big with Interest when the word was passed around that the Alaskan Buildings gold exhlb had arrivedsThe car with 1U load of more thus 400000 had excited no Interest until tho men who were In charge of the treasure closed while the gold was being taken Inside and arranged on the big velvet lined pan In the exhibit booth In charge ot the gold during Its JttI o l II transmission from the Scandinavian I American Bank to the exposition grounds were James C McBriuu Ams I kan Commissioner to the lair and John Fields the mining export In theIwhile armed guards attended during the removal of the gold tram the au tomobile to the place of exhibit bile to the place of exhibit The same precautions which were ex erclsed with the placing of the exulbit yesterday will be followed In caring for the golden treasure It now rests in a steel and glass cage the whole surrounded by a steel cage At night the gold is dropped into a steel vault and tuo guards stand on watch nil nlglt The pritclpal nugget In the toile- flea is the great ISOounce lump owned r by Jafet Lliideberg President of the Pioneer Mining Company of Nome land one of the original discoverers gold at Nome lotThis Is the largest nugget ever tak en out of Alaska and It has an inter esting history A workman was apt ing u hole for n post under a slut box on Anvil Creek when ho encoun ered what he thought was a large pl of gravel After some difficulty dislodged It and brought it to the au Into the huge nugget That lac poDthole meant a 100 note on the ap given to him by Mr Undeberg Ti thorNome nurmotlInThe next collection in point of value outside the five bricks loaned by the I United States Assay Office of this city and valued at 150000 Is owned by Mrs Clarence Derry of Fairbanks She has tiro large nuggets on exhibition one weighing US oifnces Tho qVir I hjjQ4 1 Jff Je c t70000 worth of samples she shows are all the fruits of Mrs Berrys own panning Her husband told her she could have for herself all of the gold she panned off his claims and the 70000 collection Is the result There are a number of smaller col lections represented and among the most Interesting things shown is a gold flask hammered out of one nag get and five drinking cups each ham mered out of a nugget Following the arrival of the steain ship Victoria from Tome with other gold already held by them the Scan i dlnavIanAmcrican Bank will turn over to Commissioner McBride 923 000 In gold nuggets and bricks on Tuesday afternoon and this will he added to the pile on exhibit at the Alaska Building and bring It up to almost 1500000c May Name Hughes for Su lpramsBench 0 tnZowftrakUnitecotThe tender of the appointment 1 regarded as contingent upon the corn whyrtho New York Governor can accent iiushould It bo offered The determination of President Ta to offer Gov Hughes a place on Jihe Supremo bench is the immdoiate ie suit of their several days of assocla a ybrnttonI 4 Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS J CASTORIAt fc k wt r Hr F PRINTS PAPERS IN THE CLOUDS Daring Feat of Howard Burba Former Hodgenville Boy Who makes Trip in A Balloon Just who conceived the idea of build- Ing balloons airships and other con rlvances that navigate the air is a matter of conjecture and will be left to historians to decide and record but the feat of printing the first notes concepotlonto Mr Howard I Burba a former undertaking severalsp re notn atseatttypo thelmforapressmnnminiature newspaper all tho while work shop is flying through at a glaringly rapid peace thou s etuntprosent day dream and a futureday realization But Howard took time and opportunity by the forelock swat c i tL tJf d I lowed the lump In his throat left his fears at home and went about his composulre Mr Burba wes one of a party of Dayton Ohio citizens who aecopt an invitation of the balloon capta mlleajportion of the states of Ohio and Indiana Howard ever Ingenius con calved the idea of printing a paper while making a Uur cf t clouds and his plans met with hearty approval of the pilot pf t balloon Accordingly Howard got together a printing press weighing o COI1lI ed them in the air bolt When the monster left mother earth and sought refuge In the clouds and otter Howard had coaxed his knees and teeth to de slat from a musical mixture of When the Ron is Called Up Yonder Ill Be TurnMethe stick was heard and the great feat of turning out the first newspaper in the clouds was well on its way High andfasterspace while the mechanical depart officekeptrapid progress of the airship The higher altitude attained by t thingsmundanetit this point that the first edition saidthat oah t th4qHowardU1Qught VI81ttii prIY gates Mb wantj1 frftiv d I J 1 4- M1y thedratThree editions of the paper were iibroezestravelIndIrectUnesouth of North Vernon Indiana It remained with its crew in too air over seven hours Dayhecapad dehe rre- markable feat and other newspapers have commented upon It In a man per quite flattering to Mr Durba Larue County Herald In Loving Memory whodeparted f 19 1909 niter an illness of about fhimonths HO was an earnest Christian had been a member of the M E church for more than forty years A kind and loving husband a sympathe tic and Indulgent father a true andtfaithful friend he was loved by who knew him Ho was married In 4 1857 to Julia Ann Lawrence to which i fourrhOh I youTho j But in Heaven again well greet you Where forever more well dwell RHEAgs f Dont Get a Divorce i + s A western judge granted a dlvoce on account of Iiwould have prevented It They chrei andAT I Ichills headaches tongue ii25c at nil druggists m JI 1 qj l 9 ir M Htr tr a t r t- L 1 ir I h f J 1 l S t 1 T 1f I j Y h J M r Our Compete Line of High Grade- dan- A Medium Priced I V t V f i 1 A Ji AND HOUSE FURNISXING I w I Is Now in and on Exhibition at our store North Main St v ARTORD I If iIt We have been very particular to buy only up= to= date goods and we guarantee everything we sell no matter how low the price and if a thing isnt right we will make it right We cant afford fo have you displeased with r anything Our success depends upon your satisfaction and we propose to PLEASE YOU in every trans action t Bed Room Suits Iron Beds Cots Mattresses Setters Dressers Chiffoniers Hall Trees Davenports Tables Kitchen Cabinets Chairs Safes China and k Glassware Hardware specialties CarpetsRugs I Mattings Linoleums and in fact anything ne cecsary to fit out the home Sewing Machines We have accepted the agency for the Stand ard and The Free two of the leading brands of Machines and have a supply of the different styles in stock If you are thinking of of buying a sewing machine call and let us demonstrate the advantages of our line Stoves and Ranges We handle as good brand of Stoves as can be found in this section of the country and if you need a Stove or Range we can certainly make you an interesting price on it We have our Goods Marked in plain Figures and at the Lowest j prices Conservative Business Principles will Permit I To Those Who Do Not Want to Pay Cash Down Will Sell on Terms to Suit To One and All we Extend a Cordial Invitation to Give us a Call f YOURS TRULY i KentuckyII t i t 4 y j A Hartford Republican I Blltnw4 kecordlg to taw at the FoetoCl- olltarlfenlKy 8an Wetter of tile McodI eteC BARNETT EDITOR i T =1 oiza Cbe1anc 1O-no eh Sat 5 SZ 2I FRIDAY JULY 1 I o TIle nest state Legislature should pass about four bills which are of extreme Importance to the people of Ken tucks and then adjourn A tnlnrm accounting system for the officers of the state should be one of these as + TIle Cincinnati Enquirer truthfully 1andthe Repub1ca party leaves oft and I the Democratic party begins However I there are thousands of members t of both parties who are not disposed to folloW their leaders Into the i Jew and untried paths to which they I are pointed I After aU the fuss and feathers made over the tariff revision It transpires f It Is only reduced tWo percent below the rate of the Dingle laW t This Is for the benefit of the protectionists who are dlssaUslled be cause of the reductIon On the other i hand the present bill Is a reduction I from the Wilson bill passed by the I Democrats some years ago This We I presume may be calculated to ratis- fy i the Democrats Who are clamoring for greater reductions Reports from all over the county IndIcate that the Republican county ticket grows stronger with the people day by day Jt Is thought that those 8ho have served one term are en titled to rttenUon on account or the good record made heretofore anfJi those who bare been nominated the first time are men of known ability and hIgh qualifications It Is no un eommon thing to hear men of other partIes announce that they will UpI port the Republican nominees county offices At the November lion elI Since the last election fir a membfJrl of the Court of Appeals to this Ap pailate District tie legislature has gerrymandered It by removing the counties or Cumberland and IuhlenI burg and adding the county of Hen derson makng a dlltrlct of sixteen counties Instead of seventeen as before By removIng Cumberland and tnhlenLurg and the addition of Hen derson about one thousand Republican majority was taken out of the district j And one thousand Democratic majority added thereto If the district had remained as It formally existed when Judge Settle made the race It would now be safely Republican ThIs mar tier of tampering with the districts which form the basis for our blgheSt tribunal of justlre should be stopped In tome way Who can say that the judiciary Is nonpartisan when a faithful Democratic legislature can be depended i upon to see to It that the dIs tricts are so juggled every two years ne to maintain a court made up of six Democrats and one Republican when the two parties In the state I are almost evenly divided Just now we know that many of I our rtaders have cause to reel blue over the IlrolJlocts for the coming I year because of the floods whIch have unprecedentooI valuable growIng corn However these calamities always seem worse than they really are and It Is best If posible even In the midst Of dIstress to maintaIn a cheerful attitude and make the best of the situation An over productIon eS- lleclally In tobacco would have been one of the results In this section or i the State had not the floods destroyed quite a large percentage of It and thIs would have aided the to bacco trust In Us effort to crush out the organIzation So the seemIng ills of today may turn out to Je a blessing on the morrow While many or our fellow citizens have suffered great losses and reel doubtless as though beyond repair yet we think we know the grit with which they are ro well Iulllped and feel sure that there will be a swimming struggle aU along the line to repair the losses and make the most of the future Political Confusion The breakIng up of party JInes the change In the views of many of the leaders of each of the two great poli tical parles of the country the agree ment upon the same policIes by men who label themselves Democrats or Republicans all presage new align ments of the voters ot the country the defInItion or new Issues and the possible Information of a third party Neither the Democratic nor Republican party Is a unit upon the polIcles that are now putt the front by the I attire men In Q party It 1a apparent In 1m to 1696 the masses of the Democratic voters disagreed with the policies which the- IAdmintstratioa of Sir CCleveland stood Ifor so Mr Roosevelts Admln- Iistration thousands of Republicans Were antagonistic to his policies sari thousands of Democrats Were heartily In favor of them In 1696 hundreds of thousands of former Republicans supported the Democratic ticket ud fully one mll or former Democrats were In Ilion or attire opposition to It- These conditions maintained to a less degree In 1900 but In 1904 the enormous majority of Roosevelt was proof positive of the Immense num i her of former Democrats who voted for him I Today In Congress we have the nor poratlon tax and the proposed submis lion of the Income tax measI ported and upheld as Republican ores by the attire leaders of the part ty In the Congress and we have many Republican journals and thousands of the most thorough and reliable Republicans throughout the country vigorously In oppositIon to these meas tires eDemocratic party can no longer be classed as the free trade party The Republican party no longer has a monopoly of protective tariff regardsIquestion I publicaniNew England and New York agree up on thE lmportant parts o the posed legislation with the proI InipollIclesIIn every state of the UnIon today and Democrats are both wondering where they are at and are I amazed to find that following their I leaders brings them Into the same pro eeHkJn2Inc Enquirer- FOHDSVILLE I July 13Miss Fannie Simpson who has been visiting relatives here has returned toner home at Whltesvllle Miss Evelyn Ford Is visiting her uncle Mr wm Ford Winchester She Intending a visit of several weeks 311ss Corda Fuqua has returned from Hardlnloburg where she has been at tending the Institute She reports the program very Interesting and that she was very much profited by the lectures given by Miss Frances Smith the child expert Miss Fuqua will have charge of the PrImary Depart meet here and will use every effort to make her work a success- Mrs DeWeese who has been vlsltnn her son Mr Late DeWeese for sever el days returned Friday Dr DeWees was his own housekeeper In the mean while Miss knee Smith Owenaboro Is hereI has typhoid fever Is slowly improving daughterifriends the Misses Kennodey Owens hero Misses Bettle Bell and Esther WhIte Owensooro are vIsiting Miss Mary Royal I Miss Mabel Miller Herbert Is with i her aunt Mrs Poke Gilmore Miss Nancy Smith Is In Glendenne Mrs G 11 Fuqua Is spending the week wIth relatives at Whltesvllle The epidemic of Whooping cough Is on a decline No new cases have developed later An entertaInment will be given at the College Han Tuesday evening Proceeds will go for the benefit of the Baptist church AETNAVILLE I July 13The recent raIns and hIgh water did much damage to the crops In this community Mr J H Loyd has gone to Dawson +Springs Mrs Mary Ralph who has been sick Is better Mr and Mrs Jesse Loyd and daugh ter Martha lee were the guests of relatives at Haynesvllle Sunday AetnavlJle and Pleasant Ridge team played base ball hereSaturday the Chores were 7 to 0 In favor of Aetna yule Mrs James Dlvens who has boon sick Is much better Misses Nora Morgan and Ruth Loyd went to Reynolds Monday Messrs Jesse Loyd and HenrrDea- vhi went to Forllsme Monday Mr W H Haynee and sIster 311ss Amby attended the Masonic meeting at Floral Saturday Mr and Mrs Corbie Harrison vlal ed relatives at Haynesvllle Sunday Mr V D Morgan of Ralph was her Monday Miss VIrginIa Loyd who has been visIting In Fordsvllle has returned home Some of the young folks from this place attended the Ice cream supper ot 3fr Frank Wades near Deanfield Saturday evenlrtJg t 7 TOBACCO RUINED II BY HEAVY RA1N Green River Crop Cut AbotItOeBalf P1atits hi LowIaH Under Water IOW I1sooro KY July 13T sands of acres of tobacco hi the arse- I n River district have been ruined a result at the heavy rains of 1heI past few days The stornlot ea41 I this morning was one of the 1iardes that ever visited this section of 1i I State and besides the damage t crops railroads were destroyed b-3 lightning telephone and telegraph Itne put out of commission and fences land barns blown down There was n of life- Henry S Berry president of tbtGreen River tobacco Growers socJatlon says that he hall been In communIcation with gfflcials cLean Hancock 3luhienberg an Ohio counties today and has received reports on the extent of the damage to the tobacco lie saYS that he estimates that from cO to fill per cent of the growing crop has been ruined It wm be several days before the extent of the damage to corn can be ascertained hi many sections of the district the tobacco plants In the lowlands are under several feet of water During thei month of July more than seven es of water has 1wYSOX July 14Misses Susan Elliott afar tha Elliott Ethel Taylor of Taylor town visited Misses Katie and Iris Elliott Saturday and Sunday I Mr Gus Benton and Mr Ed Ramons visited Taylortown sundayschool Sunday rW Miss Fannie Overton of Hopewell spent last week at Mr A J Davenports Mr Cyrus Williams who has typhoid fever Is no better at thIs writ lag Mr Palace Davenport and Mrs R Y Davenport went to Beaver Dam Tuesday Mrs Dee Widick and children were the guests of Mr A J Davenport Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sallie Wiliams of Illinois Is visiting her son Cyrus at thIs wrlti ing Mrs Una Tailor and children pf thIs place are visiting her mother Mrs Jones of Hartford Messrs Sam and Bob Jones of Hart ford were In this community a few days last week Mr Charles Denton or Muhlenburg county was the guest or his fath er Mr G 31 Benton or this place Sunday Miss AnnIe Kennedy was the guest ofer cousin Miss Rena Cox of Cool Springs Saturday and Sunday Mr Alvin Render of McHenry was the guest of Mr Henry Pirtle Satur day night 9 An AllWise Providence Jt would be useless to say that the continUed rain and over flowing water has caused a gloom for the present and coming year TIme may he some harder than usual and all will reel the effect more or lessbut there Is a wIse hand In a mysterious Provi dence that we cannot see and It Is hard to believe that It Is working for the good of aU We should know that when the hand of Providqnqe takes away that 1t Is meant for our good Eo let us not complaIn dour losses but be thankful and have cour age and trust an allwise Providence rememberlngthat to every submissive and thankful heart there Is a way through every trial T J ACTON Olaton Ky WNITESVILLE July 13one or the heavIest rains of the season Jell yesterday evening and last night The crops In the low lands are practIcally an destroyed Far mere from all over the county were In town thIs morning and claim that onerorth of the tobacco has been destroyed by water Mr and Mrs JJ Mfdklff left yesterday morning fV Magan where they will visit frIends and relatives for a few da soMr W Stewart was In OenSboro yesterday Miss Willie Smith of Hartford Is visIting relatives here Mr C A Kelly has pSurchused tr Holders share In the livery stabl4 an- Is 1 now sole owner of both stables at thIs place r Mr J V Weir Chairman of thIs division went to twensbor today to attend the meeting of the Bogrd of Education o Mr W T Greer Is comtemptLIng moving to town soon Wo are expecting work to bei1A on foouae t iIfJp u r Those who attesded Ute Jl Wof A supper at Bells RunSstsr4y from asSd I HInton W B and Dr O W URlCIlie Rogers farm Dr KIrk of Philpot took dlnner with Dr Edge Tuesday Mr Will Bean and wife Atlaburg were In toWn yesterday jIr today Chortle Roach Ralph Is In IBorn t Mr and Mrs Huff on tile 6th last a fine girL CEflTEHTOWHe and Mrs reativesoIn Zion City lIL James Baker has accepteda poi Uon with a railroad company la Denver Colo Mr Burden and wife ot Grayson Ky spent Saturday and Sunday herewith the family of G Barham Mrs C Cuter isla providence vls lung her daughter Mrs Hiram Brown McHenrydspent eats Mrs Dr Smith Is home again after making a short visit to relatives In Livermore Ky Mrs Ves Shown and Miss Motile Humphrey Beds were here last week- visiting the family of H H DavIs Mrs A McDowell Harrisburg III m here visiting her father Mr wm Wakeland 0 3t Dishop Is erecting a beautiful residence on Main street Miss Mary 3lcKenneq has returned from her visit to relatives In Mor- gantown Ky- Clevelands Greediness For Work President Cleveland was often at his r desk In the White Horse until 3 oclock In the morning and up again at a I fell Into the way of working until about 1 oclock in the morning and because ol the oppressive heat I kept the door of my room wide open Of ten during too bours around midnight I would step Into the hall In hope of setting a stray breath of air Once It so happened that as I looted across the ball tq the halt open door turned toward mine I saw upon Its polished surface the rellectlon of the hand of a man writing with a patience and as Industry that amazed me I knew that the preslllent was at his desk I used to aSk the watchman when I went to my task 1n the morning at what hour the president had knocked off work the precedIng night I found that It was generally about 3 oclock In the morning althottglt sometimes when he had finished some severe task that he had set himself he weuld stop at 2 oclock I usually stopped work at I oclock but I did once or twIce hang on until 21n the hope that I might If only for once show ou endurance equal to that ot the man next door whose greedIness for work had become pro erblalGeorge F Parker In Mc Clures New York Lobster Palates Nobody of distinction of appetite goes to a lobster palace to eat One goes there lu gaudy mood or when every other place Is Oiled or closed or with the kInd of man who thInks gay ety means overdressed women bedla moned men waiters rushing with champagne as It they had the fire buckets and a caterwauling orchestra At midnIght the din and the excite meat Incline a sedate man to ask him self whether he Is not In a riot U you have a lobster dIgestion you dont hear the din or feel the maelstrom ot omnibuses walters head walters and patrons swirling about you A man who Is eating lobster has to concentrate nil his faculties mental physical moral and Intellectual on the ordeaL You have heard no doubt of the young lady who was asked over her first lob ster how she liked It I think she declared Us perfectly delicious It there werent so many large bones In It They look like celluloid dont thcytlUchnrd Duffy In Putnams Oddity ofDreams Nobody ever feels paIn In a dream said a psychologist Rage terror Joy griefthese emotions stab us ns polgu- antly in dream as In roallty But physical pain no I bare Interrogated 2000 persons and none of them ever suffered dream pains Yet they bare dreamed of dreadful motor accidents tortures death One young girl indeed dreamed time and again of be lag eaten alive by cannibals yet eves In that horrible nightmare she felt no pain Got Even With the Clerk Mr JawbackThls gown Is not becoming to yon and It le expensive Why did you buy ft7 Mrs Jawback Because the clerk looked asU he arrOnllL1Clove In Loving Memory or Mrs Ruth A sandefur wife of E- RSandefurwho departed this life July 4 1909 All that Doctors datives and friends could do was done but Alas God rolled her away Her remains were laid to rest In the Mt pleasant burying ground Her funeral was preached by Rev Drooks her phator It was so hard to say farewell but rip know we can meet her in heaven If we live right She leaves araged father two broth ers husband and six children one grandchild beside a host of rlathes 1- s tty THOUGHTS l f I Did you know thoughts go a longways 1 with your feelings It is hot probably Thinkof ice all crushed with the thgs lyou like the best to flavor it Thsc- ool breezes and a Blue Serge Suit fromr our store are the proper things tolet yoW mind linger on Speaking of Serge Suits see us for special July prices Cools Icebergsr Seveneights the bulk ofan iceberg is t v under water you cant see it but it is there So with the summer underwear eye are selling Dont see much of it it is cool toobut it is there ir And Our Oxfordso Prices on Crossett and Florsheim Ox fords are down to prices that have lost allsight of profit Your good luck if j you can use a paIr Keep in touch with us We are trying to serve you and to get you to depend onto BARNARD CO I Hartford Kyt h 1 and frIends to mourn her loss lihe was willing and ready to go which was a grand consolation to aU- May we all so live we can meet her In that happy home Sweet thoughts shall ever linger Around the grave where you are paid You have won a crown In Heaven Dy the pain you have suffered here Often comes from our hearts a blttter cryWhy Why did oar dear friend die Oh God how mysterious are thy ways To take from us our loving friend In her best days When the golden gates were opened And a gentle voice said come With farewell words unspoken Ruth camly entered home The entire neighborhood extends th heart felt sympathy In their sad be reavement Her CousIns NAN AND SUE FRANCIS Notice An persons Indebted to the estate of C R Campbell deceased will please settle at once and all persons hav claims against said estate willling same properly proven with C 31 Crowe Hartford Kentucky by the first day of August 1909 or they will be forever barred MRS C R CAMPBELL AdministratrIx ADABURG July 12 health Is very good In this vicinity Most of the tine crops ot this vlci destroyIer Shall we all send a nssagn above and see it we cant check such disasters Prot W S Ambrose went to Hartford Saturday on business and came back by the Ice cream sUper atBella Saturday nIght Most of our young folks attended the box supper tit Taffy Ky Saturday might and reported jhlg flown time One young man repoflk that he never expects to attend another box supper toIMr John Hamilton went to Owens hero on business Friday Mr Robert Taylor ot Ralph called to see Miss Addle Edge Sunday os usualiDr Leslie Greer Is still waiting willaffectMr Lonnie Tayloiand Mr Russia t j Sr 4 iI t J4 Smith were the guests of Mr Tom and Jame Hamilton MondayaMr Horse Shown who has had the lumbago for the past few days Is able to navigate Mr Tom Hamilton has been trying to adopt a style of going to seethe young ladles barefooted thIs rainy per lod Sheriffs Sale Dy virtue of Execution No 2 Look No 9 which Issued from the Clerks cities of the Butler CircuIt Court against TV Wallace In favor of V Flener on the 8th day of June 1909 for the sum ot 4800 with Interest thereon from the Bih day of Septem ber 1906 until paid also the sum of tcourtthat suit expended I will on Monday the 2nd day of August 1909 at the court house door In lInrtfordK offer for axle to the hIghest and best bidder the following described proper ty or SO much thereof as may bo nee eseary to produce the sums required towIt One house and lot In the town of Cromwell ohIo County Ken tucky and Is part of the P F PaxtonAlot begInning at John llockers and N C runs with a street towards the river c3 feet thence west 172 feet North 3S feEt thence East 172 feet to the beginning being the same lot eon veyed to Susan Dratcher by W S Gil strap and wife Jan 27 1905 arre corded In Deed Book No 30 page 129 Also another lot adjoining same beginning at Northeast corner and running with street towards river cO feet thence West 17a feet thence north 40 feat thence East to the beginnIng Paxtoalot IBratcherby JW Kahn and wife Jan 4NoAlso another house a dot and adjoining fIrst described house and lot on south sIde and including the rentahitler of said Paxton lot towards the river teing same house and lot conveyed to Susan Dratcher by W T Tliford and wife April 2Uli 1905 Deed Book No 27page 419Ohlo Coun propertywas tjfDeoiy c recorded In Deed Bebk No 35 page 257 Ohlo County Clerks office Levi VWaIlaceR B MARTIN 8 0 c ti t BYJAM E9 WL IaIART1IP DS 11tJIi fT 1 Jr JII rfj 1 i I v t i t t i GoRSETJi F rt TetLJa it 4 we to our as IN no on our atI d ter let to in of FRIDAY JULY 16 Illnols Central Table At Beaver Dam Ky North Bound Month Bonnet No 133 due 405 am No Itt 11Mam Xo 11 line 248 pm Ho 102 due VMS pm No U1 doi 845 p m Make BeautifulD- oes not always require the expenditure t of a large sum of money This depends largely upon judgment taste economy and skill NtJlhing Adds more to the appearance ofl the home than good Paint properly applied Then It protects and preserves is if you buy the right kind The best is the cheapest Masurys is excelled by none Canon us for Outside Paint Inside Paint Carriage Paint Roof Paint Flexible Carbon 60 cents per gallon Japalac Liquid Veneer and everything In this line that makes old things look new filled with care and delivered anywhere in town CO so good at Clty Restau rant t Get your Meals and Lunches at City I ilo Resiatir mt I V Mrs JE Davidson is recovering t frpm a severe attack of fever For epectal tareahiB in Sewing Ma chines call on Grose WllHamB feeds the people as I usual Once a customer always acus tamer Mrs P children are the guests of relatives at Beaver P nt tire Fannie Goodin of Charleston Mo arrived Wednesday and will b- eltt of her parents Captain andrMrs S K Cox for some time Leave your Laundry at my ttrocery work guaranteed Prompt delivery te i Cleve Il lrtE jf Agent for Ice and t Laundry Co A Ji t 1IIr 1 jJ rh VA 9 pafticular M subject we do not expect will men but we know that the ladies are especially anxious to know just wher to a good comfort ably wearing Corset are not introducing to you A NEW OF CORSET nor oneI that have lately added stockL but the celebrated widely advertised AMERICAN LADY CORSET known by the ladies the BEST FORM FIT TING CORSET AMERICA Once worn you will take substitute Call saleslady the Corset Coun and her show you the various styles and demonstrate you ways the truth this little Corset talk Hartford Republican RallroadTlme NolrrluflI220p To The Home the- propertythnt Prescriptions HARTFORD DRUG Incorporated IceCreaem t cftyReMauxuat Twoedden theguest r MadllOnvtle Incorporated v 1 r- n Q This interest buy We MAKE many Mr B F Adkins McHenry was a pleasant caller Wednesday Regular services at the Methodist church next Sunday and Sunday night Mrs Claude Morrison Is quite ill of typhoid fever at her home all Clay street Editor C M Barnett was In Louis ville on business yesterday nad Wed nesday Misses Ethel Martin and Nellie Woodward are at Dawson Springs Ky fora few days Mrs R H Taylor und children Wy sox Ky are visiting here parents Mr and Mrs J C Jones Misses and Edith Duke city arc the guests of their sister Mrs A R Renfrew Narrows Miss Laura Morton returned Tues day evening from a few days visit to relatives at Island and Owensboro Misses Linda Heocker and Minnie Aufderhclde St Louis Mo are the guests of Mr and Mrs G D Williams city Prof George E Bailey the new president of the Ohio county High School licitchfield was a pleasant caller yesterday Mr Robert Jones Mountain Park Okla arrived In Hartford last Fri day to be the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs J C Jones Judge W E Settle of the Kentucky Court of Appeals will deliver an rd dress at the Odd Fellows picnic at Rockport Saturday Mrs Shelby Taylor Dad daughter Miss Kittle tee Taylor Crawley La are the guests of Mm S T Stevens city Miss Mattle Moseley returned from Bowling Green Tuesday where abe had been attending the Summer Nor mal School far the past ten weeks Misses Minnie and Maggie Wedding Sulphur Springs who have been vIs- Iting Miss Mattle Tlnsloy No creek for the past three weeks returned home Wednesday I- Mr J K Alvey has disposed of hJsI stage which he has been operating be tween Hartford and dwensboro and has become a member of the firm of t Schroader S Compan- yLOSTPackage containing black woolen skirt trimmed In silk folds Was left at the s Ieakers stand at 4 the Soldiers reunion MRS SALLIE THOMAS s r Hartford1y Miss Marie Hardwick Owensboro IsI the guest of relative Hartford FOR SALE40 good Sheep E P Barnett near Hartford Ky Miss Hazel Hocker Beaver Dam and Miss Jessie Hocker Fordsyille are the guests of Mrs Tim Tailor city Mr Sam P Render Norman Oklahoma arrived in Hartford a few days ago to join his wife In a visit to rela tives andtrIends Mrs U S Faught and children Ruby Neal and Clifford and Mrs S W Rowe of Centertown left last Sunday for Louisville Chicago anu Zion Cltty where they will visit friends and relatives for the next few weeks The Sunday school convention next Week Is expected to be the best at tended that we have ever had the schools of the town have eacha Com mittee on entertainment acting gether the plan is to have a lunc on the ground at the noon hour and entertain all visitors at night th program Is fine and everything free Everybody that wants to know more about the how of things Is Invdted whether you have been appointed o electedas a delegate or not See program on another page Mr Henry Travis who lived in th Washington neighborhood and who was one of the oldest citizens In the countydled at his home last Sunday of diseases incident to old age The funeral services were conducted by Rev R D Bennett after which the remains were buried in the Patterson cemetery He leaves a large family of grown children and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his death Mr John D Ward who lived near No Creek church died last Saturday night Mr Ward had been In poor health for the post few years but the Immediate cause of his death was flux with which he had been afflicted only a few days He was seventy five years old and had been a member of the Btulah Cumberland Presbyter Inn church at Beda for more than a quarter of a century Funeral ser vices were held at Mt Hermon church Sunday afternoon being conducted by Rev R D Bennett after which the re matins were burled in the Mt Her mon cemetery He eaves a wife three sons and two daughters and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his death OLATON July HThis week is the scene of another heavy rise in Caney creek which Is the fourth one for this year Practically all crops In the low lands are destroyed There was no school on last Thursday or Friday the heavy rains and high waters preventing the children from going and although there has been several to attend this week they were taken to and from the school In boats Work on the new gralnery building which is being erected by McDanlel and White is progressing nicely Mrs Dr Felix whose Illness w have made mention of through thes columns from time to time is reported to be very dangerously in nt this writing The writer regrets to learn of the sad death of Jesse Ashford who draw ed near Horton Thursday afternoon as he has known young Ashford fo several years Mrs Melvlna Hall received word Wednesday afternoon of the serious illness of her nephew Ernest Hall son of W W Hall Beaver Dam who has typhoid fever Several people from Olaton will at tend the dedication of the new Chris tian church at Roslne Sunday A Healthy Showing We respectfully call attention to the Quartterly Report ol the Bank of Hartford published in this Issue In accordance with the call of Secreta ry of State especially to the account of Surplus For several years past we have at the close of each semi annual term after the payment of dividends added a goof healthy siin to our surplus and profit account which Is well known to be tho best method of strengthening a bank in order to protect depositors With our capital stock of 4000000 and stockholders additional liability of likeenr together with our siir plus and undivided profits of over 1800000 our depositors are an ply protected against niy losllI We take ths oportunlty of tUwiklig our fiends for their pose support and hops to enjqy their continued pat ronage We solicit accounts with theM surance that every business transac ion will be held strictly confldnetial und every effort made to protect the interest of our patrons Tho Board of Directors have declared ihe regular per cent semiannual dlvldendpay able to stockholders on demand rRespectfully in JWFORD ltdent I r A Y JAMES H HARRIS AWARDED NEW TRIAL Judge Birkhead Gives Him An other Chance Fixes His f J Bond at 15000 Immediately after convening court Monday after a vacation of al most two weeks Circuit Judge T F Birkhead handed down his decision on the motion of J A Harris for new walJJAll SOon as the court stated that he would grant a new trial t Harris Attorney aVega Clement- nlshud to the teUvhotO and toll Har rteof the glad tidings Harris was sentenced to serve two Aprilhfire to the storehouse at the streetseowned by Went End Home and Land company of which Harris was president totthe He asked for a new trial and recently filed a petition stat ing that he had succeeded in finding ntethe the alarm was sent In He claims that Roy Stateler and his wife Mamie Stateler were In his office talking business when the alarm was sent In and therefore he could not have been at Eighth and HalJ t The court was moved principally by the new evidence In granting another trial The bond was soon executed so that Harris could be released from confinement before dark The court fixed the Bond at f lfi000 STEALING A SIGN That Was the Policemans Charge but It Was Not Sustained Stealthily the policeman stole out from behind the side door of the ear loon and quickly pounced on same Co lumbia college boys who were curry Ing a long board sign that had hung over some tobacconists shop The youths protested against the officers Jgterfercnce but he told them that they would thud It a hard job to turn little old New York Into a college town and off to the lockup they went college buys sign and all Whats the charge nsked the ser geant us he looked out nt the aggrega tlon of the coming great men of learn ing Stealing a sign answered the cop as some of the boys bumped It Into the station house where It reposed against the wall We did not steal It spoke up one of the youths we only borrowed IL The sergeant turned to the cop and told him to call up the owner and find out what the true state of the case was The policeman rend the sign slowly and then turned to the tele phone book to look up the owner Hello Did you lose a sign And the answer made the pollcemrfn scratch his head What did he say1 asked the waiting sergeant The reserves were beginning to grin and the policeman uncomfortablee scowling at the youths Tim owner says they rented the sign for the night and are to return It tomorrow morning when he Is ready to a business again asnthoy were ordered out of the triumphalrsuspecting cop to dupe and far down the street came back their triumphal yell CVolumbla I The cop laughed to himself as he started out again on his heat and a friend at his side asked him the cause of his merriment The owner of the sign was mol nil the way through and wanted me to hold the 8ltii He had rented It all right but he said that was the third time ho had been coiled out of bed to night for the boys hall been pulled In 1n three other precincts but as long as I was a gnat for him I thought 1 would lt the rnh rah boys have some more fun with some other cop and sent them on their wayNew York Press v Carh of Thanks I hereby extend my sincere thanks to those of my friends who gave me valuable aid In saving my property from threatened loss when my barn was struck by lightening on the night of the 6th And burned with Its con tents 1 hope at same future time to be able in Some more substantial manner to show my appreciation of the assistance so generously given in this misfortuneVery T J SMI- THSheriffs Sale By virtue of VendltJonl Expouas Ne 219 book 12 which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohfo Circuit Courts James fir Vertress In fav or of Butler Bros I will on Monday August 2nd 1909 at or about one oclock p m at the courthouse door HartfordfKyoffcrfcrsalo to the the following f i i h property or so much thereof as is necessary to produce the sum of G2 54 with Interest thereon at 6 percent per annum from the 19th day of October 1908 until paid also the sum of 1815 which In the said court was adjudged to Butler Bro for their cost in their behalf A certain expendedIthe town of ignated on the plat of the east addlI tion to said town which plat Is of record in Deed Book No 31 page 233 and which lot In said plat is designated lot No2 in block S and be ing the same lot conveyed to James Coma pany as evidenced by deed of record In the office aforesaid In need Boook asoJulys12 1909 R B MARTIN S 0 C pNotice Parties taking sufficient quantities of Ice to entitle them to have same placed In the refrigerator must If they desire it placed there keep their Ice chamber free from dishes bottles plates etc HARTFORD ICE CO In Memory Of Mrs Edna Tllford wife of E J TIl ford who departed this life June 22nd 1909 All that willing hearts and loving hands could do was done but God saw fit to take her to that Happy home not made with Hands Her remains were laid to rest In the Green River burying ground to await the resurrection j morn In the presence of a host of relatives and friends Remember the lovely angels are waiting over her sleeping hotly and will continue until she comes forth with her beauty and gradeur to claim the starry crown for her to She wearIwhich relatives and friends to mourn her lossINone knew her but to IralsoIEdna has gone to a Where saints and Angles meet To realize our Savior love And worship at his feet We miss you from our homes dear EdnaWe you every where For one we loved and dearly prized Lay cold In death before our eyes j May we all live to meet dear Edna In that home above One Who loved her MARTHA SAX 1FURI Resolutions of RespectIWhereas It being Heavenly Father to take from our midst and from his worldly cares our worthy brother W L Tanner whoI departed this life Tuesday June 29th 1909 and Whereas We how In submission toI Him who doeth all things aright therefore be It Resolved That Magnolia Lodge 1S1 of the Independent Order of Odd Fel lows of Centertown Ky mourns the loss of one who for a periad of years was an esteemed and worthy brother 2nd That the lodge will sadly miss the pleasant associations of a broth er whom It was a pleasure to hold In brotherly love 3rd That the lodge hereby extends to the sorrowing family and relatives of brother W L Tanner Its deepest condolence In this their bereavement that these resolutions be Incorporated IlIIh1IIshedKentucky Odd a copy sent to the familyS RENDER I a s AicMIII IAN H H LEWIS Committee Centertown Ky July 5th 1009 RALPH sJnly 12The recent rains have caused Panther Creek to flood the bottoms and destroy a large percent of crops T L Ralph J A Ralph Ronda Wade and Dode Taylor attended the MW of A supper at Westerfield They report plenty to eat and highly entertained by the excellent drill Mrj L Patton went to Westerfield Saturday on business Lightning struck W F Howards dfmageIhere Wednesday collecting taxes Mr Robert Taylor and Misses EvU and Essie and Roslo aTylor Whltes vllle1 visited their sister Mrs C FIWesterfleld Masoiivllle from Thurada until Saturday Mr Leslie Order has purchased him hJsIj derstand that Mr Hamilton failed toI cage hIs white martin and I feel I might bo lucky enough to charm the precious bird so I will prepare We think there s going to be anew incorporation In town soon The style of the firm will be J A Edge and Son Mr ionnle Owen Taffy was hero SundayMr Brown went to Owensboro TuesdayDemocratic primary will be held here Saturday July 24 The Angels Visit IOn Wednesday June 30 the beautiful babe of Mr and Mrs J A Caldwell was caught up by the Angels and bourne to our Savior whom said Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me For Such is the Kingdom of Heaven This precious babe only tarried on earth long enough to twine around the hearts of father and mother and when lifes cup of happiness seemed filled to overflowing the dear Lord saw fit to recall the earjy little laud to dwell where sickness and sorrow never come Dear parents we know your arms are empty your hearts eein breaking but Icok to him who helps us to bear our rorrow in this your great time of trial and thank your redeemer fir that trust that will take you through the pearly pates whero your dear baby with hosts of other loved ones await you The baby sleeps Lifes conflict oer In one short week the victory won through him who all lifes sorrow bear and the Immortal life begun M REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TIlE Bank of Hartford ofrat close of business on the 8th day of JulylStOlt RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with ono or more endorsers as surety UO028tlO Real Estate Mortgages SO TLtO Time Loans on Collateral S12I8OG Nationlal J30SOC08 SLateI 287835 United States and NatI DAnk Notes 220200 Specie 01WW Checks and other cash Items 171242 55278 Overdrafts secured 7f55f Overdrafts tinisecuiod Oi7S54 Current Exposes Paul JfOO Real EUte Banking Howe nOQOaO Furniture and fixtures lOQOOT Total JM8018JM LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash 4000000 Surplus Funds Jg00000 Undivided Profits 90D87 S9G7 Deposits subject to check on which In terest Is not paid C210070 Time Certificates of Deposits on which Interest Is paid lll3Ct62 17340201 Due National Blinks 17860 Due State Banks and Bankers 7CI ISCll Unpaid Dividends 34000 Amount of unclaimed deposits on hand 14902 Total 28804081 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio Set I John T Moore Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above stattemont Is true ito the best of my knowledge and bo Hef JNO T MOORS Cashier Subrcrlbed and sworn to before ma this 15th day cf July 1000 JNO B WILSON N P 0 C My Commission expires January 80 1910 J W FORD R E LEE SIMMERMAN n JOHN C THOMAS IHOWAN HOLDItOOK Directors Do you want a 350 dozen Photograph at 200 per dozen If this interests you call at or write a postal to Schroeters gal lery in Hartford requesting cou pon which will entitle you to one dozen 350 Photos for 200 Coipons are not good after July 24th You cant afford to neglect having pictures made of your laved ones Life is too un certain Being photographed is a duty you owe to your friends If you intend to have any pictures made you will lose if you dont make use of this opportunity If you dont want pictures made yourself tell your friends about it TL 1I R1IL TT 1x o C t f x t i f 1xI Jr h If 4 Sunday School Cons iition Annual Convention ot the Ohio County Sunday School AssocJatlon or Pnlzed 1885 ai Hartford Ky July 22 and 231999 Services to be held alt Baptist church THURSDAY JULY 22 MORNING SESSION 930 Devotional Rev T C Wilson 1000 Remarks of County PresidentE W Ford 1015 Rending Minutes and report of SecyTreasAnna Patton 1030 The Foundations and Essentials or all successful Sunday School WorkRev T C Gebauer State Worker 1050 Pledges and Offerings for County and State work 1100 Reports of County Departmental Superintendents 1 Elementary GradesDlrs S A Anderson 2lntermedlate GradesJohn W Taylor 3 Adult GradesProf Oscar Shultz 1130 What the Association may mean to the Individual schoolRev Virgil Elgin 1150 Appointment of Committees Announcements c 1200 Noon Intermission AFTERNOON SESSION 115 Song Prayer and Praise Service I 130 Report of Supt of Vlsltationllrs Maggie Griffin 1 5 Report of Supt of EducationDr S D Taylor 200 Reports ot Committees and Election of officers 215 Conference or Round TableRev T C Gebauer 300 Downs and Ups of Sunday School WorkProf W R Carson 320 Reports of DIstrict Officers and Visitors on Sunday School Day 350 Unfinished Business and Announcements 900 Adjournment EVENING SESSION J 745 DevotionalG D Likens I I 800 Report of Supt OrganlzatlonP D Tweddell B15 Life of Paul lllustrated LectureRev T C Gebauer 900 Adjourn i jFRIDAY JULY 23 MORNING SESSION 900 DevotionalRev R E Bailey 930 How to Maintain an Evergreen Sunday SchoolEd Shown Birch Shields 9i0 How to Organize and Maintain a Cradle RollMrs J T Moore JOOO Echoes from yesterdays proramC 11 Darnett 1020 The true object of aU Sunday school WorkRev H C Ford 1040 How to make a distrIct Convention profltableU S Faught Vice President 1055 How to organize and maintain a Home DepartmontJ M Rogers Rev H D Burch 1110 How to Organize and maintaIn a Teachers Training Class Mrs T R Barnard 112ii The Call of the Sunday School to the Professional IanDr T C IlcCnrl1l4 Unfinished Business Announcements tc 1200 Noon AFTERNOON SESSION 115 How wo wound conduct the Singing by nU Leaders and Teachers of singing 200 Reports of Officers and Delegates ot Individual Schools 230 The Sunday School as an Opportunity for ServiceRev J W Dru Der2W The News Paper 1 FRQt cr In Sunday SQhQQl Work Ileber Math pQiYS1O0 How far may Public Sitooi Methods be used In Sunday School WorkMiss Lllllnn Monroe ui1u What Niav711io1 C C Justus GJti ulitti9d Dusln08S 406 Adjourn to meet next yoar at Lunch for all will LlI sowed fro at the noon hour Those remaining over night twill bo entertnlllNl We want nn exhibit or Sunday School Material work and Methods Any school or IniHltll1al that will help please do so Curious Tibetan Race Commandant Ollone has returned to Trance after two years In Tibet In the northwestern part of whIch he discovered a strange race the Hslfani lie says of them Though nominally under the suzerainty of the Chinese Emperor they have never been sub juahted In contrast with the rest of Tibet the land Is generally fertile Grass grows altuose everywhere and even among the highest mountains some 19000 feet the slopes are so gentle and regular that there are very few places where a man may not ride on horseback It Is for this reason that the Chinese have never been able to subdue the Hslfanl HavIng a so cial organization like the clans of Scotland and being well mounted on horses which are a cross between the shaggy Mongol and the finer Syrian stock which they ride with skill they right each expezIdltlon which the empi feuds against them as the Boers fought the British troops In the Transvaal Their stock ratslgSheep horse goats and yaksand their trade In skins give Item all they want to live tarn They are very sober In habit and practically live upon tea which they drink with molted butter and hal ley meal They win their arms hy their rllras tail will ride several days and as far as CO miles to surprise a caravan Besides the long lance each man carries a gun of some kind or other and Russian guns are becoming common The JJslranl fit their guns with n forked stand such as was fit ted to the Eighteenth century musket and so are able to take good aim They live In tents and wear no other clothIng than sheep skins In the rough sewn together The Chinese have been able to subdue them only In the Jower valleys were some ot the trIbes have built laves As for their religion and customs they are peculiar to the race They have made a salad of several theI ologles They practice simultaneously Buddhism Brahmanism and a prlml live religion not unlike that of the ancient Greeks and early Seandina Vians worshiping the snlrits of the rivers plains and mountains So pious are they that they never drink before invoking the spirits of the four PoInts of the compass or or the moun- tafns which lie to such directions TJ elr chief duty In the AnioMatclne- i apiiitg ot the highest mountain of i theIr country and they pray to him curiously enough both for good and for evil actions For them he repre sents strength vIrtue Is represented by Buddha 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is nt least one dreaded disease that scIence has been able to cure In all Its stases and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarli Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Cat arrh being a constitutional disease requires n constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and givIng the patient strength by building up the constitu tion and assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors have so much faIth In Its curative powers that they offer One hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J ClmNEY CO Toledo O Sold by all DruggIsts 75e Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Young Man Drowned D- Jesre Ashford the ISyearold son theIwhile ho and a younger brother and aI tIIIlghbor boy were bathing It MUddy t eeL near their homes AIlrm was immediately given and n searching party nt once began dragging the creek for the body whIch was foundI about five oclock the same evening about three hundred yards below where It disappeared Funeral ser I vIces were held ntllelhel churchFrldly I afternoon and the remains were bur led lu the cemeerty near by It seems that young Ashforll couldnt swIm and when he saw that he was sInking he caught hold or his brother and cane near drownlnj hIm The cur rent was strong and he was soon washed away He was quite popular and Is mourned hy a large circle or friends and relatives Notice The finance committee ot the t S of E of Ohio county Is called to meet In Hartford on Satgiday July 24 All members are urged to be prer ent as important buslners will be transacted D FORD Chino 1 t f7i ii AYE REPORT THAT J Bill CORPORATIONS Will Fight Against Tax on EelIfPlans Already Made toTakt Into Courts when Tin Comes Washington July lQConnrma lon of the expectation In many quarters i that the large corporations of tit country will seek to hold up the CO- Ilectlon of taxes under the corporation tax bill by an appeal to the courts to lest the constitutionality of 111prominentpartment who has just returned iron i New York and who refuses to be quoted by nome The possibility of suspension ofI this expected large source br re venue and the possible necessity In that event of II bond Issue by the government to meet the situation In the treasury has caused concern not alone to the treasury officials but to political leaders who point to the 1011 tical consequences attributed to the bond Issue of the Cleveland admlnsls tratlon It would be wIthin the provIsion of a court It Is conceded to permit the taxes to be collected subjectto aI refund but such a course Is unusual and It Is a well known fact that money once paid Into eht Treasury Is- exceedlngl hard to get back mlll n1ul1lt1j11I1clt Is out of the city but an bfficTalof the epartmeut of Justice declared to lay that he believed the bill as now rained Is clearly constitutional and hat any action looking to a test ofI oonstltutlonalltr woulll not prevent Secretary of the Treasury from pro ceding to collect tine tax In the usual ray Thb department ot Justice officials not only believe the bill If enacted v11l be found to be constitutional but that pending n determination ot I the case in the courts it such nctlon- Is taken the collection or the tax will lidtThd fhterrdpitPd 1 mot aS- hould the tax bill Le declared to be unconstitutional the persons pay Ing It In his opInIon would have am 111e recourse to compel Its return but even should the courts decide to grant n temporary Injunction restraining the Secretary from collecting the tax It Is pointed out that the secretary has ample resources at hand with whelli to meet an obllga- tlons and fully sustain the govern nent credit The government receipts are now ncreasii at a grafting rate but should necessity require the Secretary may at any time In his discretion under the laws now In force issue up 40000000 Panama Canal two per cent bonds and In addition he Is able under existing laws to Issue up to 100000000 three per cent teasury certificate of Indebtedness Thus It Is claImed that In any leent and whatever action the courts night see fit to take with respect to the collection of the tax under a corporation tax act the Treasury Is Into danger whatever ot being short or funds Attention was called to the fact that tho bill had been framed by one of the brIghtest lawyelJ In this coun- ry and In the view of Treasury au- thorIties It would be very unlikely that their combined efforts would remit In a measure at variance vlih the provisions ot the constitution Resolutions of Respect Whercns Among the sod pietule- sf the recent past that we have been nlled upon to note the saddest Is the almost simultaneous deaths ofMr- i L Collins and Mrs Lou Collinsth kind father and loving mother of- ur brother Randall T Collins and Whereas In their deaths our brother IIi left In n sense alone there tore be It- Resolved That the members or Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights or Fythills tender to hIm a double portion or their brotherly att etiobs and remind hIm that death Is but n tweet dream that separates utr from our loved outs for a season but WU tonic day unite us in one vast family in the beautiful city or God Resolved That these resolutions be teen n place In our m chives and a copy presented to brother Collins and ivettthe papers for publicntion JAMES H WILLI MS JR PittTLE JD TAPPAN Comutlttte er 1 humanI1 Whu lath nppolnte4unto nn men a time to dleca upon to note the passing of MrsLydlal Conner iron this world or pats and cre to Thal beautiful beyond and Whereas She was n conslsteut- Chrlltlrtn and n diligent member of the ChrIstian Sunday School thent rare be It- Rwlvcd That in her d nth the church and school have lost n faithful worker that she will bll gTatly missed In our coming together nni that each of us will endeavor to Im- Itate her splendid Christian character We consign her body to the earth commending her spirit to the living God Resolved That these resolutions bo spread on the minutes of our Sunday Schcol and a copY be given to her niece Mrs Dudley Ford and furnish ed the papers for putdlcaition JAMES H 1VILLIAMS M L HEAVRIN JOHN W TAYLOR Committee Whereas TIme passlllg swiftlymeas- me by mensureinto the InfInite abyss of ages gone by we are brought once tame to the brInk or that vast b yond where we are forced to part company with Mrs Nellie White Moore the dear young wife of our brother JoV D Moore and Whereas She bore her suffering par Uently and was a sweet gentle and loving wife therefore be It Resolved Dy the members of Rough River lodge No 110 Knights of Pythlas that we tender to him In thIs sad hour of bereavement our deepest sympathy nllli brotherly love and that we poInt him to that eler- iinl city whose maker and builder Is the God of the universe and where pain and death do not enterbut love abides forever Resolved That these resolutions be tiled in the archives of our ledge and a copy glen brother Mooro and also furnished the liapers for publication JAMES H WILLIAMS- J R PIRTLE- J D TAPPAN Committee PresIdent Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been wiped by the President ot The In- dustrIal and Orphans Home at Macon + a who writes We have used Electric bitters In this Institution for excellent medIcine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We rgard it- as one the best family medlclnse on earth It invlgorates the vital or gaus purifies the Moot aIds dlgeilUOI1 creates appetite To strengthen null build up thin pale weak children or rundown people tt has no equal Dest for female complaints Only 60c- at all druggists nt For the Farmers mine number of cows milked dally In the United States Is estimated at 21000000 A scrub cow will eat ns much as n purebred one but there will be a treat difference In the size ot the silk pall you will have to buy Do not allow smoking near the dairy nothing absorbs smoke more quickly than milk and butter tainted wIth tobacco smoke Is an abomination Have you been using rams out of our own stock for a good ninny year Better sell them all off and get one from some good flock out of the neIgh orhood Get a good one and dont think It Is money thrown away If you have to pay a good prIce It you Intend remodeling your cow barn see to It that you get plenty ot- Ught In the way of windows There Is nothing that aids In keepIng the Lam sweet and wholesome ns much as sunlight More barns ought to nave twice as much wIndow space In them as they possess Where cows are kept all the time In the same field they tread down the grass so that there Is much they wilt not eat Dy having n new field to turn them Into each week you will give the grass a chance to straighten up and be washed cleat by dew and hewer Then the cows wIll oat It and do much better on It Leonard D Clore the IndIan Corn king who won the grand sweepstakes at the Chicago corn show and captured It again at Omaha lost winter tarrying home spcelnl prizes valued at fOOO will be barred out of the National Corn Show December because hIs White Dent corn has reached so near perfection that growers In other state think It Is not worth while to compete Mr Clore Is considering a pro- posItion to gc to RussIa to teach Russian farmers how to grow corn The Sunday School The following additional Sunday Schools have reported theIr abtend ince July 1 1909 Simmons 30 Pink lull 92 llumlln Chapel 40 No Creek liO lIt Zion 30 Sulphur 21- 1Manln Chll1lCt 36 Dundee Methodist 145 and Hickory Ridge 20 Dont forget the comely convention July 22 and 23 Eerrbmly InvIted I whether yon are appointed ns delegate or not Free entcrtuinpnent wan You wilt mIss It It you dont come lease announce It at eveischool j ext Sunday and see who will go 1 Yf I it Ia V V tt RAIN AND THE WEATH ER CONDITIONS CllmIcal Observations Show That t Populor Opinion Is Fully JustifiedIr The ve kown Incllilntlo of ninny patientsto blame weather changes 11tlona ger generation of physicians broughtI up on the modern views ot genesis oftllcaro and Us symptoms 11118114clan IIdiscoversn any renso comfort and the changes In the weath- en he Is then unpleasantly converted to the belief that the clinical observations of more experienced men as wen as the statements of patients are founded upon more tangible evi dence than Imagination Writing In the Muenchener Medlzlu Ische WochenschrUt Ludwig Miller communicates the results of a careful study of this mutter carrlll out upon a number ot patients In the hoe pttais and In private practice He has found that many patients suffer- Ing from chronic rheumatism Could foretell weather changes wIth almost the exnctnecss of a barometer palnfU affectIedthree days before the appearance of bad weather whether markedly windy or rainyr Several patients affected with sciatic and others sufferIng from arthrItis deformans could also trace all ex ncerbatlons of pain In their cases toI the same cause most of them were quite Ignorant of the lm of Millers Investigations reporting to him by mall any sudden increase In dlscom tort In such cases II study of the weather conditions showed the existence of an unmistakable relation beI wen them and the symptoms com plalned of Just IS evIdent was such relation In gases of locomotor ataxia In which lightnIng pains appeared add dlsap eared with barnmetrlc changes No- ess an authority than Erb corro borated such findings In the case of I COndljttons Miller considers one by one the possible factors connected wIth weathj- r changes that may be hold respon- sIble for the clinIcal Phenomena amon them changes In atmospheric pressure dIsturbances In electric conditions In the air dampness etc In no case however can any sIngle one of theso- o considered as the sole cause of the appearance of an oxacerbatlon of pain In the class of patients studied by him However that may be the mere fact of such relation between the voather and the subjective sympoms of disease seems to be quite evident rem his InvestlgatJonslIedlcal Record Underwent Dangerous Operation Dr John J Mitchell of Bearer Dam went to Louisville last Sunday to brIng home hIs daughter Mis 1layme- Barrass who underwent a very St loins operation for troubles of ser eral years duration at Norton Infirm try June Mb Mrs Burrnss had been a great sufferer for ten years and this opemtlon had been advised by prominent physicians many different times but she hud postponed It und hud rnvely devoted her time to a bus floss life the past four years As a cumj1lIcatlonappendicitis had been developed and lIer condition was most critical for fiome time However she Is now ree- IIClrtfd to be improving She and her family have the sympathy and best wighes or many friends for her spctdr recovery Mis DUl1lIss was employed as ate nogrnpher by the firm or Hiram Blow E Co Louisville and as a token of heir appreciation of her valuable ser rice they have tendered her her salary during her entire illness e Cooling Drinks for Hot Days O1ngerAleJullpStrl1 thq leaves from two springs of mint and crush them well In a mixing glasa with a thIn strIp ot lemonpeel When the 3ulces have been extracted add the Juice or ono lemon and the desired quantity of sugar Stir to the consistency ot paste till the glass nearly halt full with finely crushed Ice add ginger ale almost to the brIm stir gently but steadily until the sugar has dissolved and the drink has becomee- ery cold then serve garniShed with mint and seasonable fruits if derir- d this lieverago may ho drum slowly hrougli straws i Soda CocktailTo preparo this ham ese1and refreshing drink take in hot soda and poi it Into n alv small bowl partly tllle with chopped ice Add th juice of o4o Jecnoii id about a tablespoonful or raspberry syrup stir until very cold and serve garnishing the glasses with bits or lemon or ornuge Fruit punchPour a pint of water over a pound ot sugar alit the JuIce ot one orange and the Juice and grat rind of one lemon blend thoroughly and boll for about frVe 1rnules When cooked sufficiently Fez ve the from the fire strain fttaretuily- laud while still warm add l1afa tunt- blerful ot currant jelly Sun until the latter inns dlssolvell and set by the ice to cool When about to be used pour the syrup Into a punchbowl pack Ice all around It and add the juice of two lemons and two oranges half n pint of grapeJuice and a quart of carbonated water If desirable th9 flavor of thIs punch any be changed occasionally by the addition of cold teaThe New Ideal Womans Magazine for AUgust TWO MEET DEATH I By Drowning as Result of High Water Fording Creek Mother and Son Cgntral City Ky July 12llrs Anne WilkIns wife ot Sam Wilkins or Emles II village located twelve miles from here together with her fifteen year old son Clarence Were ntterIwith her daughter Mrs Mary Phillips near Sacramento In making tho trip she hrlll crossed country easily funding Frog creek which she was In the habit of crossing In the afternoon on returning she traveled over the sane road overlooking the fact that the heavy win ut noon had swollln the creek makIng the water 10 feet deep There WlIle tlO witnesses- to the tragic deaths us It was not known that nnthlng was amiss until the horse drawing the empty buggy both ot which showed passage through deep water arrived nt the gate ot Mrs Whitmer near Earles The alarm was immediately given and after draggling the creek for soy oral hours the two bodlts were round close together a short distance front where tine buggy had entered the creek as was shown by the prints Qt the wheel S Notice to ROad Overseers By order of the FiScal Court thoI overseers of roads In the Hartford Magisterial dIstrIct are hereby warned to have their roads In good condI tion by August 1st or I shall be com pen cd to report them for prosecution Some sections of the road are In such condItion that they must le fixed even before that time Respectfully E P BARNARD R B Com Hartford District How Consumption is Cured Autorltles or every kind have final ly agreed that the outdoor treatments the only reliable treatment for the Great White Plague Impure con fIned aIr interferes with the functional processes of the lungs The ceramic add gas is not properly replaced by oxygen the great life giver which cant be absorbed In proper quantities 1n endeavoring to cultivate habit of living out of doors It may Le difficult at first to maintain warmth One win not be bene fitted when serIously suffering from cold The body should slowly but surely be Insured to what might ordi narily be regarded as When taking the outdoor treatment do not forget the necessity ot securIng aU the oxygen you can through deep breaUllng exercises It you expand the chest on each occasion as much as you can without pain or discomfort there Is no possible chance or your being harmed The expansIon or the lungs should always begIn In the abdominal region and AUthorities of every kind have final gradiiaty extend up to the chest When a breath Is taken II this man nor the air Is carried down to the lower part or the lungs ahd gradually as the chest fills and expands there after all other parts ot the lungs are expanded and strengthenedJune Physical Cdltu- reBardweli Barnard BREEDERS OF UURUE JERSEY SWINE We have on hau lat aU times bargains for farmers We Will oler cash premiUms at County Fair for Registe ed- Duioc Jerseys Visitorwrite- ythem atbllHenry Ky i I J A S J r r I 1 1 GOVERNMENTS FOR ESTERLY SERVICE EmI Young Men Procuring ployment threin Are Appointed Under Civil Ser vice Rsulations and therefore have Job for Life I Washington July 12 Fortyseven i young graduates of nine AmerlcmI Forest schools have just pointments as Forest Assistants i the United States Forest Service I u flue of these apolntees have been as signed to the Washington Office the other fortytwo receiving appointment i In the six Administrative Istrlctq Ini the West These open have secured their nppolntmeifts as a result of pass I Ing the regular Civil Services examlna tlon which is the only avenue of employment as a forester under the governmentForest are men who have completed their preliminary training for the profession of forestry as the graduates of law or medicine have completed theirs and are ready t enter upon practical work Until they have gained experience however their positions are necessarily subordinate They are at the foot of the ladder add mast prove their fitness to mount higher VThe government pays them 1000 a year at the start On the National Forests the Forest Assistant often nets as technical ad viser to the Supervisors in charge who are western men experienced In all practical matters but usually with out school training In the science of forestry Or they may be assigned to the study of some particular problem which needs to be investigated in the intreest of good forest management As forestry means knowing how to get the most out or any given piece of forest land it calls for studies and experiments both scien tific and practical which like those which have to be made in the inter ests of good farm management and the Forest Assistant Is prapared to do valuable work along this line I There is a growing Interest in the i profession of forestry now and many young men are asking how to get In 1to lt and what it promises Gifford Pinchot United States Forester In an address to the graduating class in I3carI The government and the country need more men trained In the know ledge of forestry and It offers opportunity to make a mans life loom largo and to count for much among I the many phases of human endeavor To be a good forester a man should combine something of the naturalist with a good deal of the business man how use the forest lie 1llaJ vation a fondness for nature and the ability to penetrate her secrets Ho I must be resourceful able to stand byI himself willing to undergo the prlva tlons of rough life and capable of commanding I them respect of rough men i ttho quickly recognize virility and I genuineness of character but will not tolerate pretense or the assumption I of superiority A forester should be I sound in mind and body and should make the fullest college preparation lor the service This service means a free vigorous life In the open air I and a clear straight fine wholesome manly condition of 1I1eISenator Bradly and Kentucky Interests I The people of Kentucky ceo In the removal of the six cents tobacco tax how foolishly and blindly they have been acting for years in believing It to be to their Interest to defeat Re publicans for Congress and elect Dem ocrats In 1888 the Republican partyd oclared In its national platform that taxation should be reduced by removing the taxes Ion tobacco which were hurtful and annoylng4o agriculture In 189Q the Republican party passed the McKinley bill over the protest and oppo Bltlon of Democrats This bill made the saiorleaC tobacco free This privilege proved a boon to the farmer and had the law been allowed to re main on tho statute books it would I have rendered impossible the operations 61 the Amerclan Tobaqco Company which have so crippled and in jurcd the farmer of late years In J894 th ADemocrats passed the Wilson Wli repealing the McKinley bill and thereby destroying the free saId of leaf tobacco Those acts are clearly sot forth in the great speech of Brmm dieydcaivorcd hi theS SenatorI Maya j Since thV ftfefM of the McKlnley v I r r ye H 1 t t t t bill four efforts have been made to rp enact certain portions of that law al lowing free tqbacco and each time the effort hue met with success In the lower house of Congress but on three of these occasions the bill met t death in the Finance Committee o the Senate On each occasion 71l1tQr Aldrich was roundly denounced as being entirely responsible Each of the I measures thus passing tho lower house while It made the sale of let tobacco tree provided no method for the making of sales of leaf tobacco thereby rendering the Government of preventIproposed measure the door was loft open to fraud against the Government Hence each time the Senate refused to pass it It remained for a Kentucky thluSenatot amendjHouse inserting the old prpvlslon o the McKinley bill repealed by the Wil son bill and omitted in each of the four bills that had passed the Housa thus fully providing a Remedy for the trouble mentioned v Nor is this all Tho bill as passed by the House during the present ses sion had it also passed the Senate would have been Inoperative because It recited that its purpose was to re peal section 69 of the bill that was al- proved August 28 1894 This was a fatal mistake because the bill Indicat ed the Wilson bill was never ed President Cleveland having refused to approve it the bill becoming a law without his approval Nor did this bill become a law on August 28 but was passed on August 27 1904 The bill as It passed the lower house at the present session did not therefore describe the act witch it undertook to repeal and it also remained for Senator Bradley to discover and remedy this fatal tect- Hitherto Democratic Senators have failed to procure favorable action on these tobacco relief measures and so Called at this session The amendmeit offered by Senator Payner failed to correct the House bill in either of the respects corrected by Senator Bradley The speech of Senator Bradley In be half of the tobacco measure was a masterpiece of logic eloquence and power It was not only able In every sense but It was also convincing to the Senate at Its conclusion Senators Irrespective of party crowded around him and warmly congratulated him The action by Congress in this mat ter brltfes to mind the prophecy and pledge Senator Bradley made to the Kentucky Legislature in his speech accepting his election to the Sena torshlp that he would secure this re lief for the farmers of Kentucky f Not only has It remained for Senato Bradley to succeed In the tobacco matter where all others had failed but It has also remained for him to- perCormas he has doneother valua Mjle service for the Interest pf Kep tIghtIfluor spar KentuckyIa ate of the type of Clay and Critter ilahi To Senator Bradley must bo glvett tIe credit of securing relief to the faritif hid laborers engaged In Kentuckys iFiirtthst Industries This is said without dffealt of the Demo erotic members who w rd for tho tree tobacco measure but ft was Senator Bradleya thorough grasp M lifi S sifuii lien his ability to present tho solos of Kentucky farmers and his trite ence with the Republican majority In the upper house that brought to trl umphant fruition the hopes for relief that for so niany years had been de niedAll this goes to show that if Kentucky will only turn its back on the prejudices of the past and elect men to office who are able to accomplish some gcod for time State If It will think less of tradition and more of material welfare and advancement It will increase in political and mental importance advance in happiness and prosperity and once again hold the high position in national councils it held hi the past Louisville Herald A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W It Lipscomb of Washington N p He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no belp till he used Dr Kings Now Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He Is a well man today Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections 60c andc 4110 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m f C hl h FORd4 PHErr CAS T O RIA w v DEADLY GETS TAX OFF HAND TOBACCO- s Kentucky Senior Makes Fierce Battle ft Farmers Provides for Total Repeal of the Present Tax on First Sale 1ofProductJ The removal cf the restrictions or the free sale of tobacco in the hand ofralloptedIIasGThursday aroused much interest and is the result of many years agl lotion and of much active recent cam paiguing tIt is a live question in the tobacco growing States and has been the subject of many representations to Congress The prohibition of the present law prevnetlng freedom In the trade in tobacco in the primitive state Is said to have been responsible for the for aye of night riders In Kentucky and TennesseeThe law permits the tobac co growers to dlspcse of his product but does not allow his vendee to transfer it without paying a tax of poundvThe Bradley amendment authorizes anyone the grower rant person to whom be makes transfer or anyone else to sell tobacco In the hand with lOUt payhJg a tax but requires that when the sale exceeds ten pounds a record shall be kept for the benefit of the Internal revenue service The subcommittee of the Commute on Finance reported against the pro vision and accepting the action of the subcommittee the full committee made an adverse report to the Senate Senator Bradley who is the author of the amendment has however been persistent In his efforts to have the tax removed and at last succeeded In prevailing upon Senator Aldrich and other members of the Finance Com- mIttee to acquiesce in his proposition As the tariff bill passed the House It carried a very similar prlvlslon and there Is very little doubt that when the bill shall become a law It will contain a practical repeal of the pres ent tax on hand tobacco The other provisions of the tobacco schedule were retained They Impose a tax of eight cents a pound on chewing and smoking tobacco and snuff of 3 on cigars weighing more than three pounds per thousand with Increases for higher grade cigars running up to 9 per thousand of seventyfive cents on cigars weighing three pounds or less 3GO on cigar ettes weighing more than three pound per thousand and 5125 on cigarettes lot not more thnn three pounds per thousand v j i i CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought W Bears the Signature of f I Resolutions of Respect The Coralvo Sabbath school Whereas We learned with sorrow and pain of the death of little Della Pvlc5 daughter of Mr and Mrs J G P Vlor Which occurred at her home in BenUvo June 22 IJOD And it becomeflV ua she being n member of our sabbatli school to hay tribute to her memory DtMldr has be H called from this earthly temple to refresh meats in that temple on high that homo eternal In the Heavi thafc sab bath schcol that never breads up1 Resolved That we as members 6f the sabbath school who knew honori ed and loved her seek to follow on and meet her In the sweet beyond Resolved That we tender to her bereaved family and loved ones tho tenderest sympathy of the sabbath schaal and point them to a reunion In another world where parting w111 be no more- Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the min utea of the school A copy be sent to the county papers and a copy be furnished the family of the deceased MRS CLEMMIE EVERLY j MRS DENNIE WARD if MRS ANNIE WOODCommittee Bravo Fire Laddies often wscelve severe burns putting fires then use Ducklens Arnica Salve and forget them it soon drives out pain For 1hmm us Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruption Old Sores DOlls Ulcers Felons best SSo all all druggists m f No Man is Stronger Than HStomachA strong man II strong all over No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im pairs digestion and nutrition Par when the stomach lIutritioRIdespondcatMedicalDiscoveryorgans of digestion and nutrition It enriches the bloodr Invigorates tho liver strengthens the kidneys nourishes nerves and so GIVES HEtllTH ZIND STRENGTH TO Jthe IVIIOLE BODY n i nonIcohollcmay thereby make a littlo bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof C In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA THE eiNTAUH COMPANYICW Iona CITf l i w- IS GET OUR PRICES qN IBarre and Quincy 1 T Alec GranitesI t Italian and Vermont J AND STATUARY WORK I THE lhTiAS MaiiNUMEN jMeJftfordr9 a Ky oo GOOD POSITIONSDraug- hongives contracts backed by chaftY of 30 Colleges 30000000 and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuiti- onRftrttnfFFPTNfir Draughons competitdrg by not accepting more13Qokkeepinglnvince you 75 cent of the United State Court gnonteacJlesFor FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy 11i which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PreSldent DRfflJfiHtfHS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IMORPOIUTICI EVA SIttLl PXDOCAH KASMVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS r e r r WIiroatWeak Lungs i Cold aftGr rc61 16tigfi after cough Troubled with this- takingcold habif Better break it up We have grea- tconadenceinAyerCherry Pectoral for this work No ine likfeit forweak throats and weak lungs Ask your doctor Mfor fills Qplniol1 He knows all about itI timesNoWhathdt r 4 l W IQV l1 L Jif DlBMKTT C E Suter BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY I blit practice their profession In all the countat tontlon given to all business entrusted to their care Collection and the PracI tics of Criminal and Real Estate Law bulctlingP FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Ipractice his profession In Ohio counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her aid bulldln R R WEDDINGI I Attorney at Law I HARTFORD KY I Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions fctc Collections promptly attended to I I countyOfficei i rM L IIKA IllS KUXKST WOUJW All HEAVIUNWOODWARD GetQ tt ys Co teauHARTFORD KY Will practice their profession la all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford I YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank w n BARNES S A ANDER30H BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac tice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary in office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON JOHN n WIfcSOX CIIAS ycnowe WILSON CROWE L A vYltRm HARTFORD kV v Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining court ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main S opposite Court House lalls1DI I I rASSINO KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS i kingsNow FOR OUCHS FreeANDSATIBFAOTOROR ioROCURED AND DErEN DED 8endmodol tepOTtwYlDe COUNTRIES11m lint moxry and ffttn tki fattnl ExclusivelyWrite L ers XlnU street opp UntM EtetM steal OOc f WASHINGTON D Ct i t- YI Jfk rJ r I I g iTT iTTTtT + rTTTitTct reece i T di t J f 1 s2 t 21000 Worth ofMerchandise fi 4 To Be Sold for Whatever itWiUBJingat L I t 1 II p i vl s2 Stock of Harrel BrosRockport Watch for Circulars t f i v s2 i tSaleBegllls ThursdayJuly 22 at 9A M 1 + YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE ft 44t4 I +o+od od ooo+o+o+o o+ooo o His Inexcusable Io Act l1 0 0+ po +o+od o+od o+o+od o+ B1 ANDREW E EWING ICopyrIgbtd909 by American Preu Maelation Sitting on a hotel porch among the Swiss Alps In August with my Uncle George both ot us gazing up at a gin clot winding Its way to the valley I noticed n sad look In his eye Doesnt the view invigorate you uncle I asked Vvo been tbinking Dilly he replied fOOt what Our contemptible natures I knew my uncle was a pSslml4t Most old men are I made no reply When I was your age ho contln ued I gave way to a weakness good many weaknesses but one espe daily right here lu these mountaIns At the time to have confessed 1t won Id have been a strain on me Now my act seems nothing more than what might be expected from a descends ot that halt brute halt savage hull prehistoric man nut there are redeeming traits I wish I could sec them In my cast youbnI WIIS In this region with a party ot tourists Bob Southwick a classmate ot mine In colllge had come over with me and we were doing these mountains on toot Itob was a great climber while I preferred to look at tbe- mOllntalns from n distance na weare doing now The party I mention Jolted us here Among them was a girl ot nineteen amid Rob tIll n love with her Then he WOK called away to PilI Is for awhile anti during his ubsene- eIwell I cut hllll out with the girl I My uncle paused and seemed to fe again after nun Interval ot forty year the degradation of his act When George came back all was to be expected there wns constraInt between him nod the girl George seen Pd to be lu a IIwlltnl fever hut straug to say It showed ltself toward her alld not at all to tire But I found out att- lrWard that he didnt know what I been up to and I hadnt the tunnllnP to tell hint At any rte hP was hot fCr wlthhImuptMdaylight And dark I II 111 lIt wish to stayJel1lrjot slelllcd to nlill to my contemptlbl conduct I rOlHlIutld to JO WI started at d oclOIk the ne tormorning taking Axes and a rope tor cllmbl11joela trifle rough lip therewe found them nt times impassableproceeding on our way till noun lieii we stopped and ute our luueh utter which w e started to put In another hour on tboI upward course before returninghComing to a feet across WI deterwlned to Jump It We fastened time rope about our nvaist anti Bob jumped first The other aid- was steep and Houwwbat BOtt but 110 atter some stsmning and cutting wit htiro Ills ax got a foothold Then I Jump and struck snow I felt myself goln backward and tried to get a bold on projecting let with my ax I tailed Bob saw what was coming and braeed lJlmslt for the sbock 1 went over Another pained look como to the old mans tltce- The rope held Bob was dragged p few feet and then got n firmer foothold but q prOnrlolls one There W1S xo possibility ot his pulling mo n- and P It time strain continued I would soon drag him over 5Ve talked to gather about tile prospect he trying to Infourage me I knew I bad to go to the bottom and It depended upon m- wlucther e or not I drugged Bob wit h lee i Va dope ono cn act towlUd Ihim and I couldnt bring myself to drag him down with we especially when It wouldut save me I put m band In my pocket took out my kplf and breathing n prayer that my soul should ho received lu the other world cut the rope- Another pause I saw my uncle shudder I heard something between a shrlc and n grope from Bob To mg labment l fell only about thirty teetIand landed in soft snow I was up to tug armpits Ot course l called up to Bob that I was all right and s hall parer forget the Thank God I heard hire utter Well there 1 was stuck in snow at lire bottom ot n crevasse with no means ot getting out The rope wasllt long enough by halt to reach me nob ot course was enabled to secure hls- owq poaltlou or rather to jump t the other aide ot time crevasse Il- p jumped safely and we held a parley There seemed notUlug to do but tor him to go down to tbo hotel for assist aneD nod u rope ortuuately nom e ono there was watching us through n glass saw the ucclllcnt and plat blw- t on tiro way In tiro middle ot the df- Ii trnoon I was drawn tip We sat for a tow moments In silence 1 overwUcluued with fire utter Ill cogsclousness on the part ot m uncle ot iris heroism rhea r said What dId your friend sag Whoa your cutting the rope ne uecer thought to examine tiu rut lIe supposed the rope had bra ten Ana didnt you tell him a Wbut was the uses AJ1lln I wag lost In astonishment tad the girl I naked presently Uh IUO girl Well she tooled Ul bptlu Uncle 1 salll oiler another pause It you were conscious or being n hero I suppmll yen woullint bp one DwarfsImore than a century ago dwarfs were frequently ken t as court toys Bavaria otthew mlht- bl multiplied almost ludctluftdy Belts lire dwarf ot Stuutsluua kin g uflugerluusl described liS hosing lIIeusulld hceutgtbrssi two dwarfs each tu rut elght Inchef- In height and neUlIeUIl Maria hud two whose Joint height was xecPn reel two Inches The liwpcror UUlltU8 I ball n dwarf twined Lucius whoa secgIn England was Copperllln who bl longed to the Prilicess ot WAles mothsot George 1I1 Oathjquaintest oath still lu use Is tint taken by tb- IdgU court judges in the Isle ot Man the terms ot which are as follows n- i thlll book and the contents tberou- nd by tbe wonderful works chef God herb mlraeulouslg wrought In tlu- heaen shore und the earth beneath III six days and slt nights I do aswea r fnvasr or friendship lOlls or l4Iu conllllllrl1ln- Ity oJ amnlty eprg or malleeCClut laws ot this Isle Justly berircc- party and patty aslndllrercntly ailtl1l mldagcontents ot this book t Selfishness Jones worked so hard and denied blmselt so much In order to sag bls life Insurance thnt he had neither the time nor the menus to be sick and ho- outlled all the beneficiaries who were mennwlllle engaged In the relatively unhealthy business ot lyIng back and waiting for him to die Moreover In thinking ot tho tuuttpr he became convinced that ile had a good deal ot fun atternilmore fop ft1de most Im a terribly iEYhehrfelow qa claimed Jonell lttUtllpuckiv n a a ood o boO+bt1 od oo+o hbO Fo + ande1otCJabd 10 io+od or o+o +o +o+ o+o+o40 +oIJ By M QUAD + 6Copyright 1909 by T C MgCturpJ Smith and Znbed lltnt mot at spelling school and wer it pressed with each other Zabel tdau h ave married her It tiro Widow Pent rose hadnt mixed In She wanted young man for herself and In we some whispers she Imparted the intor mutton that Prudence Smith was nockkneed and would never be able to stood at ti washtub or run uP a down file cellar stairs The young m owas of once Impressed Ha ceased to neassure her that he longed to JuwP over precipices for her esker and ot course she resented It She wont about with her chin In the air and asked t no explanations and so relations strained for many loqgmonth f ftheZsbqcame again and tattled a now date was let for the marriage and Farmer Smith reached out Isla bpiny h sandZabed got darn your button glttln tiro real thing toad you county be the happiest was lu orterII 1 Zabed was for about two week Then Deacon Gray who was n wld er and wnntlll Prudence for 6la seco wife gate up some information Znbcd When he had sworn her to t most petal secrecy ho confessed tin the young man had a tiro frog lu b stomach and would probably go m within two and cut tile throat ot his wife it hOhlf ode Trio frogUA jumped down Zabede throat ono day when he was drinking from the hotao pond end though thousands or ln ducemopta had been odd out to blm- 1I0thing could prevail upon him to lump out Well where Is the young girl no mottos how her heart funks with dose who Is going to marry n young mln with a ISco and growing frog In h stomach She cant be found B wasnt found In this case Prudent Smith cooled off on Znbcd liters arid he went about with his chit In dfro one came a rod man overnight at Smiths and after upper lie got totallang about Soelig ha was posted on the suOJect Ithndeverii- sfdo bo quarters and ho answered tbat imnpossblo flfIt a left alone he could in time bl tlshed for and caught That settled the troiq- ucstlon and Zabed was InvllLo tq como around and make up IIe got n I hustle on him and the turtledove- ssanl soft and low n new date WJUI ape I ed atopproidlptsdopoa hood and say i dI I teaseZabed It had been decided which m iilster should marry them old Mrs1l1dcr struck his troll She was too old to merry but not too old to utter Ii aw- Ing for tUo benefit ot a young man whohad put in a day hoeing her gas den and refused to take 11y to It tinPrudence t engine that site had six toes on bright toot and only four on her letthat she had had St Vttua donee wlic a robadioqJ a year otter marriage that znurl I would come up from the cornfield dancingias q lIe wanted Prudence but he didnt want n dancing dervIsh More coldness more strained relations It was a toll year before old Mrs Snyder was mouthsMeup an todtip peddler came along and bought n- he sheepskin ot Zabed and then told him that Prudence Smith was dent lit the rIght ear nearsighted In both eyes and would be tongue tied before she was two years older abed hadnt noticed bedgrewnFarr wae atllllnttwgamc howovcr pdand when everybody Including tlio two principals had made up their minds that there would be no marriage she came loafing around to do her- r duty Farmer Smith and hIs daughter uLvbabelen sellIIface to nee but they didnt edspeak They thought ot frogs nod StI- S Vitus dance and sla toed feet and were turnIng away when Father SmIth ranched out one hand for his I daughter and firs other far Znbed and aidSay are you two ol darned Idlotsr Urn replied Uml replied InJdenceIIt you marIstirndPrudenceh0 up near thendLIPolitely Bounced ot tic extremely courteous In subtle cotteapnndegc was the notice sent to Charles Tames Iox lint he was no longer a member ot the government ot George ill It read thus His gracious majesty hM heap pleased to Issue n new rnmmLu stun In which your name does not appear Is7o cast awn n gll d friend Is Ultl casting away ones IlferAristotle Merely Local orYoung Thomas afflicted with a green explainedblsIye got nu awful bad pain right 1- 11thomlddle ot mystomncb but lime root of the feels OnelLlpplncotts 1In thls world one moat lw a little too kInd to be kind enoughMarl rout SarcaaUc SenIor Waiter to rather green os slsfant nt n recent banquet la a vale orated London hotel Now then young roan do a bit aoroethlnkaad dont stead n gaping and starIng them ns It you was the bloomin great o flat hevenlnLondon Mall Henrys Botter 9cheme The Vicars DaugbtoFPapas anb Jost tonight Is to bo Love One An f3enryNo i at borne and practice wllUtyol1rtatblr le prcachlngLondon TItnlts OpttmlmPlr Wot luck Anything Aolut Second Poacher morebeeldOllhavo tolvoaD that alpt do bad Punch Proved fr Snapplate IS fell otxontrsdlc ltlsnLboI A CONTINGENT ASSET The Court Didnt Appoint a Recelvep to Administer A womans way ot getting aroun d trouble especially her ability to on swot question without glrltfg any In f le well knownpartlculatl y to the members ot The bar that bao had occasion to cross words with hel on the stand A woman with o wel- ldevloped sense or huwor once tolled the persIstent attempt Ot W G Cha pin late edItor ot the American Law yes to elicit information tn supplementary proceedings lie tells the stori- ot the taUuro himself I had been admitted 1be bar but a IIhort time and was It fnfrepeclmc- of A tbo average theory stuffed practice wantlDlr law school graduate 1I0W Joyously were the commands ot tb managing clerk o1 eycdl7Teccwtas tU looked for opxortunlty todcmonetrn- my to ability In the noble art ot searchingly oxamlntoi a recalcitrant witness a womlib- 1Ot the two 1fancy however that It was tiro lady lvho was more seU I088Cssed wlien the ccedt9open td She wpb a Un goodsfirmslow length alprigroroaling no assets Bathramlggery Have you any properly ot an kInd or nature real or personal o any tight or Interest In property that you have felled to tnentloD Petbaps It wits tone she dls l iked At any rate her eyek snapped Well Ito got whet perhaps you wouldnt call un lnterest bull Its nl most as good Itsan expectation Must I answer It you please I was encouraged Well you see Its this way Irgot two slaters and barb tem hnv married finely Now neither ono o hem begins to bo RS good lookIng as 1 am Yes She had me puzzled Well I really dont seo why I shouldnt have the sumo show It Is needless to soy that there WQt no receiver appolrited to adminlpte r- tblaaeeetCLISago necordHerald A CONFIDING CONSTABLE TheWay He H lpdthe Housemaid Repel A good story Js told ot the o31Cnsc- ot a constable In rural England says a- wlterlll the London Telesrgjnh Not long ago a young and pretty hopsemll14 arrived at the big houeoQ f tnG neTgtlb011ioOd and twit obseroea- that our frlonda beat often ookh11J la that direction At first sha seamed- edtoreseat hIs advances but suddenly she changed altogether and the course ot love appeared to sun mootb- tor a time Onenlght called 1Iltber later then usual It was dark and his fair one greeted him somewhat coolly he thought IIls dOulSts however disappeared when she suddenly declared that she would take hIm Into her confidence She had overheard the particulars ofta plot to break into the house and steal tits plate I Now Jim she saId heros a chance for promotion Tiro burglars- Itnew I where the plate was kept so weve shifted It What I want you to cupboardedoor Then youll have em Jim Jumped tit the chance and half Ii an hour later was concealed In the cupboard The burglars came as ox t- pected and promptly got to work The constable chuckled to himself as be heard the muffled whir ot n tool on e pmaAfter some mInutes wafting be resolved to take a cautious peep But the door was fast securely screwed on the outside by the burglars thertogetherwithalai had duro pearcd Moreover the constables position took n good deal ot away pOnco who came upon huge ostrIch In the d-este PFoolish bird said the pretty woman You cover your head with sand and think you are out of sight The huge ostrich laughed My dear madam ate chuckled there Is nothing foolish about that Dont you coyer your head with a hat decorated with my feathers and think t yon are out ot slght7 MorolTbo ostrich Is on awkwanl bird and horseshoes but he can hit back In other ways than with hie big feetChlcago News r Awkwardly Put f Old Lady to new curateAh sir t we do enjoy your sermons They br so Instinctive Wo never knew vbat sin was until you came to the parish rfv London TelarapU l M F ++ F14i 4t+ 4114+ +++ 1+ + + + + i i JlIILIght J INCORPOMTED I atWIhh If JtELECTRIO LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NQHOrE oR BUSINESS HOqSESIICULl r f BE WITHOUT THEME WHEN IN REACH trE G BARRA S M gager- Y t r oJ J I P I1 L t1 11loif 1 1 1 A It IL rt