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TtZt rtfe4 1 1 ticpubU an Fine Job Work r DEVOTED TO TUE tNTEHESTS OP ALL Tilt fi PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII IIA1tTFOItD OHIO COUNTY ry FRIDAY JULY 23 9O9 Noi CONFERENCE TO SETTLE TROUBLES i Burley and Equity Tobacco i Leaders to meet Expected That Differences Over Form of Contract Will BeAdjustedG- eorgetown Ky July 20At a meeting hereon the question ot pooling the Burley tobacco crop there was a sharp exchange ot words between J Campbell Cantrill president ot the Equity society and Clar ence LeDus preslden ot the Burley So clety but the result was the arranging ofa moeUng between the executive committet the Society ot Equity for Thursday night at the Phoenix Hotel In Lexington to ee iCs me adjustment cannot be made ot the dispute between the two associations The meeting wps opened with a speech by Judge Eo C ORear ot the Jtppellale Court who made over an bent st address ghlnga liIstory ot the origin of pools In the English OUlld and followed It to the labor union ot the present time He re fused to enter into a dlsclllsh1not the new contract submitted to the tobac nItrolon adjudicated He was followed by M Hanna otI Shelby county Mr Hanna II witty and forceful speech In ho ntlIde n candid refereucd to whichI V terences between the Burley tionand the American Society Equity otII Judge OReer rete red toyour Statei motto and said Now lets gether like you and your wile did long ago not like cats The Equity association Is right In saying the mother still has strengtbj to help and I now otter this IlroposlJJ tion Lets get together lots a few ot- ns talk over the matter I Addressing President J Campbell Cantrill who was seated In the audience Judge Oltear said Can Iask you to Loulsvtl1e to meet uS To an affirmative reply Thursday was fixed as the date and Lexlgto I the place Calls were made bY the big audlenM for MrCantrm and at the Invitation of the chairmen the president ot the Equity Association said In part 1 appreciate the spirtt ofuils Invitation to speak In this convention In which I have no right to take part I have I pondered Will seriousness these differ enees for the past thirty days and I my word shall he meant for tho best of the tobacco situz tton The question Is not shall our tobacco be pooled that was settled long ago when the biggest worlds battle was won The luc2 lon presented Is stall the Burley people sign the new contractor I by the voico of the lCODlo shall It be sent back to tho beard ot control tQ put tn form so you can sign it As llrcsldent for two cars ot the mother of all lobncco onoclaUons I pledge- you that II the Society ot Equity go03 Against the tntcr sts or the farmer I that day Ill resign We are not against a peol hut only against this contract Shall the district board rho this contract and force It down yourythroats or shall tho people saywlu bo written It Is my place to explain some statements recently publlshedT I dont strike below the belt but I went before the toard tn oposlt1ol1 to this contract 1- mado thIs proposU01i myself When I the fight Is won and a half million dol ibra Is In be Burley treasury Ithink I Iron should help us to educate and org0piz9and It you will give the Equity AsscclaUcn 20000 well I put our paper ki forty thous apt homes I sent to Jndlanapo- Us the Lama of this paper for pride I proposed thttt the Burley Association Send tht s paper for twelve moutha educating fbe w Into n readinesS 10 Tit tttiS proposition which was made last whiter atW1 the sale A roomier oo the Burley boardbas since expressed gret t1 ntthlswlsdbne J Tile two organizations should work Coget her Lmls W tar for ouiedkCa= tional campaign getting you Into shape tb go ahead then tO kick I1s out and 1W four sway HW they met ns id1ieh l wo approach ea them there would havo been no trouble 1n bNialfof Justice I beg the Purley not to disclaim us butt concede usrecognltlon for servicea tendered Now to reach a state of harmony so that the tarmerssh111 have something to do with the dIsposition ot their tobacco leaves some Power with the county hoard for there Is hardly n feature In the new contract like the old one throw overboard thto old ono when so successful and why t4rwot the EquIty clety and those Y ohadlalded toward Its success bcn the men ot this boa pee men hetetotore loyal not signet 1ptl1ey 1i look to see why 1 1 orQ board We differ on contract but It you will put It betor six counties for open debate for andlbga1nt and they In dorse It I will agree to support the contract I4 theboArd Is unwilling to give the popethe contract they want It shoaldrrelgnl Why start tho campaign In these loyal cotttitieaWifeti there stand so many counties heretofore not pooled Why not send organizers to them and have them signpotore the loyal counties do I gIve Lis cfCditfarhis backbone In sticking tso 17 cents The pool ot two year dill not win the cutout notberInotberrush to destruction Why not go to Fayette anti Henry I waut to see 15 I cents sptcifled in the contract No price Is stipulated and they could take 5 cents Why force the farmer to give betorelI20 pe sent Iferjito fnot comply with each I wait to se a contract written that will tndut tpen who have not pooled heretofore to YCantrUl I you are sofatr lye cant stand out against you longel l have a right to a dissenting opinion and us In a primary until it comes to the final fight TheJf whatever contract Is offered 1 am a pool man Mr Cant 1111 has named Den Watson DIxon J II McConnell Princeton L P Darrett llendjrson George Davis Ow nt n and J W McU1l1an Butler a committee from the Equity Society to act with him at the conference Its hoped the Burley Society will agree to do the right thing by the parent Society Kentucky to Show Corn M C Rankin commissioner In the I department ot agriculture labor and statistics has been apolntcd vice I president for Kentucky ot the Nation al Corn Association and announces that the state will make an exhibit at the National Cons Exposition In Omaha December a to 18IArrangements were fereuce ot corn AssocIation officials with Mr Rankin In Frankfort this week and It Is expected Kentucky inItheat the show In Omaha Mr Rankin has ono hundred or more boys In Ken 11edlTheyto ho held at the Kentucky state fairgrounds and then the best will go toI the National show j As Is shell known Kentuckyy stands high as a corn producing state when acreage Is cotisldereth It In the hope otMr rtnnkln and hs coworkers to bring the average ylelU llor acre up to I among thobeet In the Unlttd States ROSINE July 21Health Is generally goodl In thIs community School began last Monday with large attendance aI Wel1t an lmmono crowd nt dedication ot the new Christian church at this place htstSunday- Thokaon writsthe sick list lit this aadMrs 4terIng her sister Mrm Artie Hines and family thts week Mr Clarcnco Hoops of Cool Springs vlsltcdrhisuncle lUr Ton lHines and f Yatt r y night and sUItdo1 biro Jac Vande vISttet11r8 Artle- IhInea lact Friday jM t rrJi1oml11 yuncevl d hIs friends Boy and Vance IPlues rJhs d night J 7 iitV cy1 J SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK ERS IN CONVENTION Most Promising Meeting in Ses sion at the Baptist Church The annual conrcation ot the Ohio County Sunday School Association met at the Baptist church yesterday morn dovoUonalIC Wilson of the C P Church Hli read and commented upon the 19th Psalm The minutes ot last years sos slon were rend and approved Inthe absence ot the regular secretary Mis Annie Patton Mr J II D Carson was selected secretary pro tern Rev T C Gebauer State Worker gave a splendid talk on the foundation and essentials of all successful Sunday school work Dr E W Ford the County President made his report which showed q substantial gain all long the linn In the work lie reported about 90 schools visited on the first Sunday tn July under the visitation program that the reports Indicated about 5000 pupils were In attendance at the va rious SundapSchools on that day Rev Virgil Elgin gaeo a splendid talk on what the Association may mean to the Individual school Luncheon was served on the ground to the visiting delegates There was a larger attendance than on any previous orgmlZ31tlonThe afternoon session was replete with good talks and suggestions trom the various workers The main feature ot the eveningsee- sion was an Illustrated lecture on the LICe ot Paul by Rev T C G unur The session will continue today II FOR THE BUSY READER Fire In the business district ot Ma sonton W Va caused a loss ot 300 000 Bloodhounds will be purchased to trail dynamiters of street cars at Evansville 8I Andrew D Gwynne 100 years old a pioneer citizen ot Memphis died at his summer home Fort Myers Fla S Barney Oldfletd the driver ot au tomobile racing cars was knocked down at Chicago by a motor car as hew s crossing the street 53S The condition ot Joseph Chamber lain the English statesman who has been 1A ill health for some time past continues to Improve gradually 5 The report published In the Lisbon newspapers that King Manuel ot Por tugal Is to be betrothed to llIncess AI exa jdra ot Fife Is given authoritative dental nt London IIubolt Latham who made nn at tempt to Uy neroes the Englishchan nel with hlr monoplane but foil Into the water IlllnOlInced that lie expects tomalto auuther attempt oii Friday 55S Orville Wright made a flight In his nooplulIO of titer Gnu hour and tV n- tg mlnules duration at Felt Myor Va yclel day circling the parade ground elgb ytniee times executing a serlea of figure JlglltS and landing successfully t Official advices rcelved nt the State Department tram PakiiLci nlaln positive assurance that the matter ot the participation ot American bank cramn the Chlnclie railroad loan will be arranged to the entire lJtlsaction ofthis GovornmentMANDA July 2LPcople In thhl w unity- are very busy looking after the ecrols since the rain ceaeed i pv Wheat Is damaged very muCh The chcclls progressiugnicely under Air Birch Shields teacher- Mr II C Lcaalisho has been on lbe sick list for laJcHme died the lath let lie was one of our men hud will to very mu nmtssodjS- oycral frgl tlJEjplttoQt d the- dedltuttannLR4stng Icwt Eundayand- ralt rt1ors an tnteres1ting tim AIs Rowe Wd 1- tertottnare of Cen vieltinglnttves atthls placete ireI I FOOD CAMPAIGN I COMMITTEE SELECTED Republicans Prepare For Vic toryAdvisory Committee Appointed 7At a meeting ot the subcommittee counImlttee to wit M I Heavrin and C M Barnett being pretert and all of- thei county nominees except two the committee was selectedjplIOWlng DoWelse Simon Jones and Judge W D Taylor Mr DeWeese I will oct us chairman and It Is like ly Umt some lady stenographer will selected to act as secretary rle campaign committee then se lected time following Advisory commit tee Tom Fuqua Mogan Andrew Thorp McHenry T W Wallace Crom Nell John Ford Horse Branch J U Vmlde For svllle J D York Olaton lYm Hardin Point Pleasant Joshua Orr Ralph Henry Woodhurn Rock port Lne Embry Ddzetown Perry Ashy Centertown Albert Leach Boa lr Dam J D Dennis prentls an H f Crowder Rosine I The above campaign committee meets with time approval ot aU the candl dl4tlS and Is a strong committee made up ot time very best omen ot the tarty and Its selection Insures an- overwhelming majority for the RepubI lean County ticket at the coming election W Y CENTRAL GROVE July 2JRev E H Maddox Liver more filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Those elected by the church as roes ngers to the Baptist Association hft nv2nCS at ltrrua1met arr1s follows Alney Tlchenur W L Igle heartL BLomey J P Miller Alternates J 11 Bishop W W Rocker T G Hunter Mrs Alney Tichonor visited In Val tons Creek nelghborhcotl Friday the guest ot Mrs M D Ashlby Little Misses Irene anti Audra Rhoads Beaver Dam are visiting tine aunt Mrs W I Igleheart- I Mrs D M Park visited her father Mr T M tier Centertown Saturday J T Drown Jess Hanunons Clarence and Noah Rowe attended the dedication at Roshie Sunday Dr O L Everlr rand Wmlly and lIs- I Myrtle Garret Ceratvo spent Sunday night nt Mr D M Parks Mr James Cooper Is Ilt Rochester where lie Is being treatEd by an Osteo pahsC L Loney and J 1 Drown went to Cromwell Saturday Mss Fern Maddox who has been time guest ot the family ot Mr J T Illocker and outer relatives mid friends bit yesterday for her home ii l Oklahoma Mss Carrie and Ethel Roe er have a new piano Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No O7u F A M at mho regular sunmtniouthty mnoetlu- gIat Monday night had work In time I 5 n4 degree anti received one application for membership Uucb River lodge No 110 K ot Pit icd the following officers ut I IIIt1llYV O J D Tappan Prelate John T I Moote Master at Arms Jesse Hoover Alaster ot Work Dr E D Pen leton- J G It T Collins 0 G C M Bar- netti The following Knights hate bleu selected as representatives to the Grand Lodge which melts at Win ohele Ky this tall J U Williams JolgtB Wilson and Sam T Baruutt- OLATON Jut 21Seve1al Olaton people at- tndgd the dedication at Rosins Sun day gnd wore pleased to hear the ext I cellellt13lfrW Ii dellvered by Bro MC I Kinley Rosino Is certainly descry i ct much credit for the recent 1tprQvemcnis and efforts tcr the bet lcnucnt of their little city Rev Eailcy pastor ot Salemi chine h 0- placeSunday prdrnl tld t lealmi6 at that night lIIrF Beard Kaiisas Cityltlo- ha bhm it the bedside of his daughter Mrs Dr CW Felix tiro jiastteu- days Mrsr Felix Is yet dangerously t ill and her mother Is yet at the bedside having been hero the past 8 or 10 weeks Miss Curr Mitchell and niece Mrs W C Canan and son Master Charlie returned to Owensboro Sunday after a plllant visit with Mr and Mrs Henry Owen In the country MmLMelvlna Hall Is ot the bedside ot her nephew nJQbter Ernest Hall son ot 1V W Hall or Beaver Darn who Is dangerously III ot typhoid fever Olaton Is pleased to spealc ot the school work again this year Mr Vernon Crowder Horse Branch Is teach er so we have the same teacher and pupils as wo did last year but a much greder interest Is shown In school work The pupils are anxious to receive the new physiology all we un derstand Wlllhti physiology has been adopted AETAVILLE July 20 Several from this place attended churchat Ilaynesville Sunday Mr J If Loyd who has been to Dawson Springs for his health re turned home Tuesday- Mr and James Haynes and daugh ter Mies Aniby and Mss Lois Harrison attended the burIal ot Mir Emmltt Haynes baby at Friendship Saturday The party glen by Mr and Mrs lawrence PhllllllS Saturday evening successdMrs Callie Diverts ot llaskett Ky was time guest ot Mrs James Diverts WcdnCfdayAetnavllle No 2 and Reynolds base roll teams played hall here Saturday the score were twenty to nineteen In favor ot Aetnovllle No2 Aetna yule No 1 and Phllpot teams played base ball at Phlillot Ky Saturday The score were six to one In favor ot Aetnavllle No I Mr and Mrs Pate Tabor Harnes- vllle were the guests ot their daughter Mrs Corbie Harrison Sunday Mir and Mrs Arthur Ford and chil dren Mr and Mrs J n Loyd and Misses uth and Vlrbinla Loyd were tieguests bt Mr Jesse Loyd and faml- ly Sunday Mrs James Dlvens visited friends In Deanrleld Thursday Misses Ruth Loyd Nora Morgan and Sarah Payne were the guests of Mss Annie Phillips Saturday night Mrs Mary Ralph who Is ill ot As thma Is Improving + rMiss Flora Ralph of this place attended the Ice cream super ut pagan Saturday evening CROMWELL July 2011I5S Darnle fleck Is pro gressing nicely with her school at No 25 Miss Jessie Rocker of Fordsvlllo and Miss Hazel Rocker of Beaver Dam are visiting friends and rulatlns at this place Mrs Nuitdu Bond of CUlIlvlllu was time guest of her mother Mrs S P Geary Iron Friday until Sunday Rev A D Gardener ot Denver Dam begin a protracted meeting at Crom well Monday night with a large at ton ance Misses Hazel Hacker Jllllo Mocker Genie Stevens and Tassle Taylor spent Monday at Mr George Trouts nut attended the meeting Ilt Cronnvull Mrs Alullne Lcaclm or Ueaver Dam and Mis Ida Patent or Hortou visit ed friends amid relatives here n few days last week Mr and Ur N S lloward of the- No Creek nephool1oo1 were the hacsu of Mrs S F Gray from Saturday until Monday A large crowd attended the Pow Wuw here Saturday Corlne Taylor lUlu lIa1lltrr of Mr Carl Taylor has a Hint case ot ty lMOld furor Mrs Joftie Taylor ot Beaver Dam t- vhiting s her niotlmcr Mrs Maud teatFlorine Miller lIttlo daughter o- tII Flallic Miller who Is very ill with typhoid fever Is no bettor Mr Lawrence Gear ot Morgantown was time guest ot his moUlllr a few days lastwcok Miss Minute Wise and Mr Aron Wostertlcld ot South Beaver Dam was the guest ot Miss Elsie locker Sun day afternoon A largo crowd attended Sunday school at NO25 last Sunday- Mr Roscoe Taylor visited relative3- at Select Sunday I JNotice Ohiofcnttnty Hartford o1 1heItirst Monday In- August it 10 cloCk pm D FOnD hmn t t y DIu TIDAL WAVE STRIKES GALVESTON Ill Fated City Again Swept by Storm But the Damage is Slight Owing 1to Strength of Granite I Buttress Galveston Tex July 21Mans strength and skill were plttled against the fury ot time elements today and man won when the city ot Galveston safely entrenched behind her Impregnable seventeen foct sea wall withstood with comparatively trifling Ios3 a tidal wave and hurrlcl1n equal In In tensity and destructive force to theo one which destroyed We city ou Sep 1900I and vicinity not a believed to lave been t sacrificed but the material loss is thought to be quite extensive TJie hurricane swept the entire gulf coast i with an intensity and viciousness that has seldom been equaled In a country I where destructive storms are not usu al- ItI had Itt origin on the Minutia coast and swung westward and southward devastatifmg the entire gulf coast even as tar south as Matagorda Day- I Only a feeble burst ot spray and a little water reached Its objective and the beleaguered city layy calm and safe wallI ot time city where not been reared and where the clthad not been elevated they1wreekeddoned territory In this section ot the city which lIS low aud Sparsely settled the water rose to a height ot seven feet but the Weather Bureau warning had been heeded and the inhabitants had re moved their possessions out ot the danger zone From other cities In the affected I area conies tales ot narrow escape phslcallrOIIs for the smaller towns villages and summer resorts with which the gulf coast It so thicklyy settled In the history of other gulf storms It has been this type ot village which suUcred most front the waters The entire gulf coast Is veryy low and offers absolutelyy no protection froth the storm ot waves Beautiful ctttaut dot the shore and shelter thousumds of carefree and happy pleasure eekels What their fate has been or what It l11 be tilti the tftorm sweeps no ono cut tell yet HERBERT July 201ho big rains have damap- ed both tobacco and corn u groat deul not much buy cut yet Thu lieu school house Is I108llnt- JOl1llllotlol1 Mr Albert Ohenchaln and wife Otr- ensboru and Mss Dora Helm Peltrlllo tUft night at Mr Ohs nunletts 1111JeIt D A Miller and daughter Mrt Graham ot Thrustou Spoilt Sunday aUlr W M P Iloliands attar Wl1lteuUle I Mr and Mrs R 31 Miller visited at J U Uanell hear Waluut Grove oji Snnll1f Mrs RIIIIbc1h Iurthett or Sythtals daughterIwillow of Mr robe Miller was bU irled at this place the 18th tat this place the 13th f Arthur Durdott Georg Bru IMessrs Moseley Misses Mary Chutu hers Myrtle Burdult and Pearl Bruuiir spout Sunday at Dlackronl Mr John M1111gan ot Kansas Is visit lag at Mr Henry rllIISans Miss Mabel Willer returned homo trout a two weeks visitvin For svJil1 yesterday Mrs Wave Bartlett ot Vitllosvllle Is spending the week wh her fathl- orD A Miller J fMr Shelby ord OrdlynIO wnJP tits yesterday For Sale 4 1Vtthlit lth miles Httrtorioo acres farm well improved ontaln Jug aud ail necessary out buildings l lt5 lIORACE H IENDLETON- y 0 1 4 v r tIff t q C I p l f f l J SATURDAY JULY 24th I J it J i r- I CLOSES t In order to make the last days the best days of the whole sale many new additions have been added to our loomend line and many now remnants from regular stock are at your disposal Come every day until it closes New things will x 4 e meet your eyes everyday I E P BARNES BROTHERSh- eaver t Dam Kentucky E ALDRICH BILL IN BRIEF Statement Of Changes Made by New Tariff Law Some Rates Raised Others are Lowered As A Whole Meas ure Unsatisfoctory L The Aldrich bill otters a corpora Lion tax of 2 per cent on the dividends of corporations having profits of more than 5000 for the graduated Incomu tax carried In the Payne bill It rearranges the maximum and mini mum features of the bill under which low tariffs can be given to nations favoring trade of this country Aldrich proiKJPes a customs court of appeals for review of contested cuttcms cases whose decision shall be final Aldrich submits a redraft of the In ternal revenue tobacco tax laws increasing the duties on snuffs tobac co and cigars Item 20 to CO per cent Tho Payne drawback provision allowed on manufactured articles from Imported raw material Is rejected Aldrich submits the Dingle plan but throws It Into ounferuuce for modl tication A duty of 15 per cent Is placed on hides They wure free under the Payne bill The duty on rough and solo leather Is Uwfaced from 5 to 10 por cent ad valorem Automobile and parts ore Increas ed from 45 U GO per cent ad valorem Metallic hooks mid eyes are Increas led from 4 emits and Iii per emit ad valorem to 5 cents and 1C per cent ad valoremZinc ore Is earned to tho free list from the Payne rate of 1 per cent per pound Zinc In pigs Is Increased from 1 oent iwr pouid to cents par pound Lumber In wlvnitced from 1 a ihouMnd feet to 180 clapboards front l to 160 lath from 20 to 25 cents n thousand and sWiigluti from Oto u ltnta per thousund Umbrella and paraful rilmttrp ad vanced from M to CO per tent ad valorem Tho Migtir sohedulo viBuot oharie id hut saccharine VKB advanced trout iO to 75 cunU per pound Farm products are advanced Barley irom 2J to 30 cents por bushel bar Icy mall 40 to 45 emits broom corn taken from the free list and make dutiable at 3 a ton oats from 15 to 20 cents per bushel rye from 10 to 20 cents per bushel wheat from i5 to 80 tents tor bushel potatoes ilrqm20 to 45 mitts per bushel dried peas from 26 to 450 cents per bushel hpps12 to 20 cents per jiound cab lager3to 3 cents each sugar beets ore reduced from 25 to 10 per cent nd valorem Sweetened tlscults and fancy cakes are taken from basks clause cf 20 cent ad valorem and made dlt jffor at 50 per cent Oysters hi tho sbulluraii new Item duUable at 20 per cont ad yalorem f Lemons ortlleduced fromWi to IK is cent B per iionndi Jl Fresh beef Is advanced cromlJto A J 2 cents per pound Aldrich cut the rate on chicory root front 5 to 2Vi cents per pound cocoa from 5 to 2 i cents per pound cocoa butter from 5 to 314 cents per pound Salt is reduced from 12 cents per 100 pound In bags and 8 cents per 100 pounds In bulk to 10 and 6 cents respectivelyGround is reduced from 10 cents per pound and 30 per cent ad valorem to 10cents per pound and spices are sent from 10 cents per pounr tot he free list The Aldrich bill carries a sharp advance on champagnes and liquors Chnmpalgiie per dozen quarts 8 to 960 brandy 2CO to 260 per bay rum 150 to 175 per gallolI wines 40 to 45 cents per loner stout beer and malt extracts In bottles 40 to 45 cents per gallon cherry and fruit Juices 60 to 70 cents per gallon Top waste wool Is advance from 25 to 30 cents per pound shoddy front 20 to 25 cents nets from 18 to 20 cents woolen rags from G to 10 cents Floor ollchoths are reduced front 3 cent a square yard and 15 per cent ad valorem to G cents and 15 per cent ad valorem Cotton bagging Is taken trout the du liable list at slx tenths of 1 cent a square yard and sent to tho free list Womens and childrens gloves are reduced from the Payneblll 4 per dozen and 35 per centad valorem rate to 275 and 175 per dozen by gradesThe products of petroleum are taken from the free list Tallow Is taken from the free list and made dutiable at half a cent per poundUncut diamonds are reduced from 10 per cent nd valorem to 5 per cent ad valorem and cut diamonds are In creased from 10 per cent to 15 per cont ad valorem Till duty on coal Is reduced from G7 coats to CO cents per ton Blasting caps uod In mining are In creased from 52 to 225 per 1000 Mln ITS lifemyfngapxtratus U admitted tree Bed fonthors not manufactured are picked up as u new item and made dutiable at 10 l er cent nd valorem Mechanically ground treed pulp It jct on the free list Under the Payne bill It was dutiable at onotwelfth of one- ller cent por jiound The Aldrich bill carries a general reduction in the trop and steel ached ulo8 from tho Payne bill w S1OO Reward S1OO The readers of1 this paper will bo pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a 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 tho patlont I IItsmuch faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for I any case that It tails to cure Send t for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0t Sold by alt Druggists 75c f Take Hulls Family Pilis for con stipation 1 Jf H MATRIMONIALADVENTURER Confesses to Have Wedded Twenty Women Got Their Money Then Skip pedIs 64 and Good Looking San Francisco July 21lt Is all over with Christian Johnson the German horse buyer and bigamy expert champion to date of all his kind Johnson was taken toOny from Ban Jose whore he was convicted yester day to Sam Quentin prison to serve a sentence of seven years When he has served his term most any city or village In the country can claim him at will and send him away on another charge of bigamy He Says that he ling married so many women that lie cannot remember them all He was able today to recall twenty of his victims but as his list consists with only two exceptions of Western women and as ho Is known to havo operated heavily In marriage vows In New York and New Jersey and New England It Is believed that the twenty represent less than half of his actual wives He does not include Miss Julia A Frederick of freeport L 1 whom lie married in 1100 do camping next day with 1GOQ of her money Johnson Is sixtyfour years oldu portly and fine looking and despite the handicap of years Is known to have married eight women slnco November 1905 His lovenjaklng has been on even a more generous scale mad according to his own state ment ho courted ten Portland Ore women ot one time bnt married only one of the lot In probably hundreds of lutanccs he merely made lovq to women and skipped away with some of their money varying frgml 20Q to several thousands Johnson dates the beginning of lite criminal career three years bock but as the marriage with Miss Frederick took place nine years ago and Uio Mine to th9s county In 1871 there is no tolling how long ho has mad a living by the role of lover Iri 1900 ho sold I quit my business of buying noises and from that day Jo this time I have been making niy lly lag by marrying making love to wo + men gating their money and desert Ing them Johnson was known as John Made Eon John C Anderson anti 0 Ot Mceller and It was under the name of Madison that he married Mss Fred cricks He said that at first lie wits- a woman hater having been separa ted In Germany from a sweetheart who later died I married only one woman under the name of Madison said Her name was JonesIt I remember rightly Ada Jones I got 1800 from her because she said she loved me I could have got 50000 The bigamist credits Mrs Mao Drown whom he married In SprMS tell Mass In 1005 and tmmcdla 110 OIlIY1legnls was on ya ic 11 1846 in Flensburg Schleswlg Holstein He learned marine engineering and worked as a machinist In Trenton New Jersey when he came to America In 1871 But he left this five years latra and re turned to his fathers trade as a horse dealer He bought calvary horses for the United States Army and labor bought horses for the British Govern ment making many trips across tile water He acted for Japan In the same capacity during the Russian warAfter his desertion of the Spring field widow Johnson went to New Orleans as a horse trader Then his health failed and he determined to live on Cupids bounty His next venture according to his story was with Mrs Sylvia Pollard at San FranciscoTwo after this false marriage Johnson said he had to go to Germany and left town Next he ap peared In Portland where he married Mrs Eliza Jones widow of a wealthy coal dealer Two weeks after the marriage he took her to Oakland Cal where with 1800 of her money In his pockets he skipped out for Memphis Ills next marriage victims name forgotten took plate In the East A ceremony was resorted to he said only when money could not betolned be forehand I Returning this spring to San Fran cisco Johnson married Mrs Henri etta Leopold and Mrs Josephine Tretheway of Stockton within one month of each other on April 15 and May 17 On June 15 he wedded Catherine Hoene of San Diego n maiden fortytwo years old who gave him 300 Ho was traced back to San Francisco last week by Miss Min plo Cather whom he had married and led into the hands of the officers Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires then use Buckleus Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruption Old Sores Dolls Ulcers Felons best 25c at all mdruggists In efJOoryJ Of Sarah Ann daughter of J B and Z F Hurt born January the 30 1882 Married John M Shaver November 1st 1901 professed faith In Christ and Join ed the baptist church September 1904 departed this life April the 28th 1909 She leaves a husband three children father and mother two sisters and one brother to mourn her departure Sho was loved by all who knew her A loved one from us taa gene A voice wo love is stilled A place Is vacant In our home x Which never can be filled Sarah has gone but not forgotten ir Never will her memory fade llnged4round was laidHer Father anti Mother J B AND ZF HURT lI clenryK r c44 Th1r- K d o N ara Alwa1s t Bears thex lgnstarc of- I la PRICES FOR- SCHOOL BOOKS I List of Retail and Exchange Prices Large Amount of Money to Be Invested In Books By ParentsS- uperintendent of Public Instruc tion Crabe has prepared the list of retail prices and exchange prices that must be paid by the parents In Ken tucky for the next five years for the school books to be used by the chil dren In the common schools Several millions of dollars will be spent In Kentucky during the next five years for books in the rural dis trictsThe contract for the books has been secured In competition by the Amer ican Book Company and the contract for five years will bo signed about the middle of this month The price lists follow Retl Excg price price The Modem Pronouncing Speller 12c Oc The Practical Primer lOc 5c Now McOiiffy First Render 35 17 New McQuffy Second Reader 20c lOc birdReader 2c J3c New McGuff Fourth Reader 35c 27c New McGuffFUth Reader 45e22c Rays Modern Primary Arithmetic 25c Uc Rays Modern Intellectual Arithmetic H5c lOc Rays Modern Elementary Arithmetic a12c Rays Modern Practical Arithmetic 40c 20c Natural Primary Geography V40c 200 Natural Complete Geography SOc 40c I Steps In English Part Ii II III combined 35c 17c Harveys New Language Lessons 25c 12c Maxwell Smiths Writ Ing In English God32c willis Essentials of Health s30c IGC Willis Elementary Physiology l iociSOc Electric Primary History United States 40e 20c New Electric History United States 70c 35- cKiukeads Hletory of Kentucky G5c 38- oPetermans Civil Govern ment v45c 23c The Writing Books each 5c gone Home The death of Mr Allen Beatty which homenonrle o t1 + dlt q 1ns1fi Bm osynipahynu JtJeepthrpbblngs of sllcreoonow for the oneknew L Il J son of Mr and Mrs T Beaty Allen was loved by all whn knew him and was so hard for ns to say goodbye but our savior called him from his earthly labor The iclrclo IB broken a one chair Is vacant one flower from the tree of friendship Is shaken we can not foretell who next may fall but should all prepare to meet the call He leaves a father and mother and one brother and two sister to mourn his loss Dear ones weep not for him for he Is waiting at the Pearly Gates beckoning us to come Allen was Just thirtytwo years of nge his remains were laid at rest In the Bcattjr grave yard So live dear ents to meet Allen on the golden shore where parting will lie no more His CousinryBERTHA POLLARD 11 In Memory of Little Clara Clara Babbit the 1 year old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs H A Babbit of near Fordsvllle was struck and killed Instantly by some tembers that were blown from a barn June 9th Clara was the pride and Joy of that me There Is a vacant place now that can never be filled She was loved by all who know her She leaves a father mother 5 brothers 41 and 2 sisters besides Oh so many friends and relatives to mourn for one who was always so lovlngklnd and obedient but gods will be done not ours Lot us all strive to meet our darling In Heaven God knew UIwas best tp pluck thIs bud and take It home weeklng parents We often wander why It is so often the case that the most beautiful ones are ta t1wegather the most beautiful ones so lit 1s with God he knew this world so he took It home to bloom In glory Weep not dear parents for darling Clara we know It Is hard to give here up but we must remember He doeth all things well And we say to you dear brothers and sis ters do not weep for tills dear little AGodand sing his praises too Thou are gone dearest Clara To that bright celestial liomq And We all shall strive to meet thee When our work on earth Is done Tig sad to say goodbye dear Clara It almost break our hearts But we know that thou are gone ton home r Where friends will never part IgidtheeWithAnd AngelsWill kindly do the rest j N A Loving Friend and Cousin LULA BASHAM 1000 Watches Free Ssma1nickel finish th for a club of on subscriptions withthethe1Va i J Q oujth for a one to wear a goods t A i Imekdper anti canpot ho lJlIr b sedli 1 twodollarst 4THE4 IItnPW8rer t 4 f it i6DOODLU DAYS t j 1 ARE PASSING AWAY y i 7fWh at Threshing Time Is Not d I the S meas It Was u In Olden Days i f wheat threshing la now on band and will last tor several weeks Trill will be a busy time with the farmer but withal n pleasant time Though there Is a great deal ot hard work 0 yk attached to wheat tbreshing It Is generally looked forward to by the country folks with pleasure Visions of cakes pies and other dainties come to the country boy when he thinks of the wheat throohlngI It IS true that the custom of havIng fa splendid dinner and having the wo men I1nd children of the neighborhood present is not ns popular now as It was ten or fifteen years ago What is known ass the Independent thresher whore the contract Is taken and the owner of thq wheat has nothing to do with the hands is doing away In a measure with this custom and per haps in n few years It will die out entirely A Those who bravo seen the good old days when wheat threshing day on the tarm was gala day and aU the nelglibors helped each other and there was a bond of friendship koptup by the association of being together once n year will regret the new order Old settlers say that the passing away ot the good old days of wheat threshing logrolling and cornhusk ing Is causing people to be more self Ish and there Is not the same feeling of brotherhood that existed when theta things were practiced Another point about the wheat I Sthreshing Is that the modern improv Is doing away with the use ot several hands and the farmers are noF compelled to swap work as in yo olden days An old fellow said the other day that the bOYs of today who are growing up dont know what fun iIt Is It they could go to an old husk lag bee or logroiIng and dance In the barn they would realize what real fun Is What the lads call fun now said the old man we called vice 1President Helps Orph tns Hundreds of orphans have been j helped by the President ot The In dustrlal and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Elea- rr trlc Bitters In this Institution for excellent medicine for Stomach Liv er and Kidney troubles We rgard it as one the best family medlclnsl on earth It invigorates tho vital or gars purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thIn pale weak children or rundown people It has no equal J Best for female complaints Only 6Oe at all druggists D1- v The Saratoga Reservation Bill It Is for the purpose ot preserving to the people ot the state and nation these prlnceless springs that the reservation bill has been conceived and enacted Into law Under it the state Is empowered to acquire such of the spring as shall be considered neces to administer them at n t1saryand To this end an up- a proprlatiop ot 609OO ts made and n commission of three persons crest Full power Is vested In this Jody to acquire and anage the properties deemed necessary and a source of through n provision for leasing tho- I privileges ot shipping waters outside the reservationYThe Saratoga or To day In the National Magazine for j July It Dont Get a Divorce A western Judge granted a dlvoce on account of lIItemper and bad breath Dr Kings Now Life Pills would have prevented tt1hey cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the lIItemper dispel colds banished headaches conque chills 26b at all druggists m The Old Fourth of Jnly The Old Fo irth of July The solemn faces ot the descendant t7 i of Puritan and Pilgrim and the dig nity atthe sons of Cavalier and hug- uenott t alike relaxed In the teryprand jhlllty or the early Independence Day celebration The spirit of enthusiasm recreation and merriment generations xigtdly repressed by rer 1 ligious conviction among old New Eatt1 la familiesfound exprceeton JIy strenuous and semlmilitarT greeting 3o the nowborn Q U the farmer boy donned his store clothes hitched the colts With knots of rib bon1n mane and to the now top t buggy decd ted with flags and fjat tour oclock o thentornin sallied fort too spend the whole memornblo days WIth his sweetheart Rosy heeked garbed In witching white ber hat dain Uly trimmed wltl the national colors J I I 1 J 1 i I T If I 71 5 r she awaited him at the gate As hIgh noon approached they gathered In the groVe with the crowd to listen to the Declaration ot independence rend in stentorian tones by some ambltldus young lawyer and sundry addrosliesJ given by aspirants for political hot ors Little groups gathered on the out skirts of the grounds the relics of Ole procession girls in white with the village belle aslss Liberty represear- ed states or the Upton Pltchnrs of Ice water and palmleaf fans appeared on hetlagdrnped stand and the pfat form wastrelghled with dignitaries wearing the uniforms of military and naval service of thcso of the local band Hall Columbia and The Star Spangled Banner were sung by the entire gathering led by the consolidated church choirs and after a final selection by the braes band merry luncheon parties gathered under the trees while the boys whooped and fired erne ors and little one clung alarmed to their mothers sklrtso gathering typifying the republic Such celebrations may be but a mei orygone with the masked and ghostly Calathumplansbut the small lay of today must have his shooting pistol on the Fourth one that will flash sure enough powder and satisfy his Innate martial spirit Torpedoes blue and red lights tin horns cow bellsevery thing that makes a noise Is brought Into action to echo the clang ot the Liberty Bell In l7iG In family gatherings the spirit ot liberty reigns triumphant even stringent city street regulations are relax ed and the policeman benignly smiles as the small boy Joyously shoots off crackers nor frowns whe nautomoblle parties whizz by at more than regula Lion speed- The roughandreidy celebration of other days the merry tR1lllIy gathering the day of sports afield the massing at the people at pleasure resortsull are a tribute to the men of 90 for the fourth of July has always kindled the pent up patriotism ot the American heart AU hall to Uncle Sams birth day Squad the lIewgag Bat the tomtom Let the Eagle scream Joe Mitchell Chapple In the July National Magazine A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up In his work health and happiness by what was believed tobe hopeless Consumption writes W R Lipscomb of Washington N C He took aU kinds or remedies and treatment frdm several doctors but fOUnd no help till he used Dr Kings New 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 aU Bronchial affections fiOc and 100 Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by all druggists m Resolutions of Respect Whereas the great and supreme ruler of the universe has In his In finite wisdom seen fit to remove from our midst our worthy brother Otis Maddox Therefore be It Resolved That Beaver Dam Lodge No 332 1 O O F has lost a faithful and efficient member whilst In token ot our sorrow we wear our usual badge ot mourning and that wd extend to his wife and child and to the attire faml ly our sincere and heartfelt sympathy and In conclusion we would say Look not for consolation to tlUltlol1 mound that holds his silent form bllt to the time when parting Is no more Resolved That we send n copy of theSe resolutions to the family and that they b entered on our minutes One to the Kentucky Odd Fellow nleotto the county papers fr pUblla- tlon OTIIA DEXTER J W COOPER I M CARTER Committee i Notice to Road Overseers By order of the Fiscal Court the overseers ot roods In the Hartford Magisterial dIstrict are hereby warned to have their roads In good condl tion by August 1st or I shall be com- peled to report thorn for prosecution Some sections ot the oM are In such condition that they must be fixed even before that time Respectfully BARNARDI Daylghu and ClookTlme General wtJnder Is expressed that the daylight bill In charge Qt cope gressrnan Pptere at lyashingtonI has never been thought ot befor When understood It Win be considered an InnOvatlln of greet importance While- being freely discussed changes and improvementsAro incorporated In the plans The latest hiltintrpdueed In the English Parliament has been v t 1 i P 0 J i Onr Semi Annual Clearance t a OJ 1 t 1 BEGIN- SSATURDAY I JULY 24 finds Saturday August 7 As our time for invoicing is at hand we wish to give our friends and custom= ers an opportunity for some rare bargains We will offer some goods at cost some less than cost and all goods at a discount Dress Goods 5c and Gc Tan now 4c is and Se Lawns now tic tOe and 12c Goods 8c- 3Ginch Cashmere s23c13Gin-chPanamas 39c1 54inch Mohair Everything CheapAll Calicoes nc All our standard brands SimpsonsAmer ieans and Calcuttas go at one price 4ic Good Brown Domestic4cNic-eAssortment Table Linen per yard20clie- ns 4 and 35C Oxfords now 31- 9i1ens3 and 250 298 Every Linen Collar in the house for Men at8ceach 3 dozen Pearl Buttons5c3 packages needles 5cl 1 a I amended to avoid the which raised many objections to the earlier one The present British plan Is on Sunday In April to sot all the clocks forward to 45 a m when the hands schedule would point to 345 a would put the fclock an hour fast air we say and get workers and the people allover the to rse an hour earU I than t it after the first day This would move aUtlme schedules along one hour without r an go of railroad times pr ule b se the of the clocks ono bel universal We should our selVes and live labo and enjoy bY t the natural or sun time1 f we adopt- edI the plans fnGrert BrIt aln V Hail in the Mag r f +zinc for July t 1 r of Jn S The or New York City A New York has become the greatest city In the world Nownere else do men no dry shod feet below without barrier as they did under the Mutual Life come back to tell abtlIl it Nowhere else do caissons sink at tle rate ot two feet an lour as they did on the sIt s or the North Trinity and States Realty buildings Nowhere else does one come upon conpletb portable nlr plants that win stand carting about a city and when sot of sucking In coat a column ot alra foot spears nt the rate of forty tI e mmiles an hour The Nety Eng lt has its six nhd seven I 4 ncrtr i Clothing Great bargains in Clothing Full Suits and Odd Coats and for men and boys at a A full line of cool lightweight trousers These will make the days more pleasant Prices to suit all 10 packages RubNoMore Washing powders 4Oc 10 packages Star Washing Pow ersJOc8 bars Lenox Soap25c4 Twists of Homespun 3Oc 4 Cans Pow erd 30c Extra Axminster Rugs 30x72 Wool per yard J3c- AUIoiMattings at Cost Remember with every all purchases amounting to in cash chance at the cash given for correct nearest correct time the clock stops These Prices are for Cash All Goods Charged Will be Sold at Regular Price GIBBS DRY GOODS CO ROCKPORT KY thetblyd cording toptesent m- whlth praCtlcally jisualrltho knowing IuIrnjaPfch advdaclhg emancipate Proposed National Location Colossal Mistake deepfoundutJon elghtyfhe wat- erTavel United downarecapabh pressing lltini1cn Trousers sacrifice tobacco Baking 3t8 and you get and that complications hourwoutd Intervening DulltUngand compressing pdccoUng Naptha lionBon Carpets mated schooners but New York Is the only known cruisingground of the fourmasted fourboomed electrlcdrlen rapldholstJn self turning portAble derrIck The oolossal mistake by which New York was originally located Is I now of I11Iaicidabl4 value to our en- glneerll JprO J Htl fact that It stands npon nn isla several sixes I too small surrounded and partly overlaid Jy sixty feet of mud has developed more real engineers tin America tlin JH the technical col leges that wwe leave It Is they whom I lllwe respectfully termed webfoot I engineers wljpy have transformed a small rlverglrt rockbacked swamp covered scarcely habitable Island org- lually worth twentyfour dollars In to what Is now In some respects the most livable though In other ro ill ectB the most unlivable but at all t denII I Bardwe11 Bafnard haBREHDEHS DUROt JERSEY SiNE if 1 We have on hnndJtaU times bargains for farmers We will offer cash premiums at County Fair for Registerod- Duroc Jerseys Yi it orwrIlto them at McHenry Ky r t r e 1 Hartford Republicani B tend according to law at the Pottol Hertford Ky ae mall matter ot the aecoDd erase ClMBARNETT EDITOR r ra + xd02SE I ndM40lIh R1v133FRIDAY JULY 23 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative W S Dean for Circuit ClerkE G Barrass For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith I For herIUT H Black For Assessor Bernard Felix For School SuptHenry Leach For Jailer W P Mldklff For Surveyor C S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Hartford District B S Chamber In 2 Beaver Dam District O E Scott J Rockport District John H Miles 4 Centertown District = J CJacle- on 6 Roslne DistrictM C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs District J 1 Gnihajn 7 Fordsvllle District C V titles Bartlett District No nominee TWENTYONE YEARS OLD The last Issue of the Hartford Republican completed twentyone year of continuous publication and it Is therefore now of lawful age With tho individual the reaching of this period Js supposed to carry with it a cer lain freedom of action as well ai new obligations Our large Increase In circulation places us In a more responsible position than when we were a mere youngster sending out only a few hundred copies of the pa per each week Now almost 250f copies are Issued from our rapid press and the paper Is read by more than 10000 people every week We shall continue to exercise every care in Uw selection and preparation of the most readable matter which can be obtain ed for the edification ot our subscrlb ers and readers We shall also con Unite to take high ground upon all public questions and stand for every thing which tends to better the conditions of our people both moral and financially White Republican in politics imbibing from the spirit of the times we expect to reserv the right to think act and talk with Sin independence which will Insure fat play for everybody so far as tbls paper Is concerned no matter to wha party he may belong realizing as we do that allot the good or all of the bad Is not contained In either party With thankfulness to those who havi stood by the paper In the past through its weakness and the period of danger to its existence under all the various managements we turn our faces to the future assured of 11 larger circle of friends and a greater patronage upon which to create a Mill greater newspaper The Idea of classing hides as raw material when you come to thin nbout It Is the merest bosh Th tilde which Is removed from the brut IB no more raw material than the finished slice or the finished sot of harness It has probably required three or four years for the farmer to finish the steer which produces the bide and to keep It not only many bushel of gralu and feed sniff but ninny days of care and watchfulness upon the part of the farmer and while a pair of shoes or bouts maybe turned out In a few minutes on the Improved machinery by the New Eng and boot and shoes makers the farmer has had to wait three or tour years to realize on his Investment and roll of that time assume the risk of death by sickness or accident which would deprive him ot the hide before it was grown It will be an Injustice w the farmers of this country to place hides upon tho free list and will cause a loss to them on every brute which they sell from 200 to 500 and for this loss they will receive no return whatever and as we have often said in these columns if hides are plac ed upon the free list the farmer and other presons who use boots and shot will not notice any reduction in the juice of this particular wearing apr pearel n kyWhile all the members of Congress did noblo work and deserve credit for the victory which has been won for the tobacco growers In the repeal of the Revenue Tax there is no dOUbt that but fore the fact that Senator Bradley threw his whole toul into the matter in behalf of the r l1 1 measure It would have failed T1ls goes to show that southern states make qvery great mistake Inseeklng to maintain solid Democratic delegations in the Congress Especial Is this true while the Republican party retains control of the national government The selection of able men like Senator Bradley from Souther states if continued would give tbo South prestige whfch it has not here tofore enjoyed for many years and enable that section of the country to demand and receive a hearing Ullon matters affecting our material we fare We predicted tram the stnrt that Senator Bradley would at oncp take a commanding position in o upper House and our prediction has been more than verified He shout be retained for the rest of his lift Ills great service In behalf of his country have only begun No town or city ever grows to Importance in population and commercially without having to rdn over or brush aside some unprogressive croaker who was always siring vent to senseless objeclons to every improvement which was proposed for the purpose of making the town inviting to the citizens of other places The on ly way a town can be built up 1st make It so attractive that people Iron other places will want to live there either because it is a good busIness point or a delightful residence place If Mr Taft hind ever been a farme boy and required to take care of the rattle drive them to water through the heat of the summer and feed them through the cold snow and sleet In the winter or If he had ever been a tow boy on the Plains and had learn cd the expense and trouble to produc the cow that produces the hide be would not= now be advocating Cree ildes When the corporation tux goes Into ffcot theAnnanls Club will be the largest organization in America If President Taft thinks Souther emocrats have no fondness for census pie he Is mistaken We hope the third Thaw season Is about over Things do not look BO sweet for the Sugar Trust as formerly n Is It not about time for the weatherman to take a vacation SMALLHOUS July 20 Master Nowlln Addlngtor Is quite sick Mr Lee Overhults and wife Klrt Icy spent Saturday and Sunday with tfr Will Bullock and family Mr and Mrs J H Wood Ceralvo attended church here Sunday they were the guests of Mr Vender Maddox and family Mr Press Wood Ceralvo was In our mIdst Sunday Oma Wood returned home Sunda she had been visiting here for two weeks Louis Full erson and wife visited T L Withrow and family at Contra City Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jennie Balls was the guest oC- her father who Is quite slck recent Iy Misses Beula Calvert and Ella Athe ton spent a few days last week with Hiss Blanche Withrow Messrs Ed Atherton George and larry Calvert Central City also visited Mr Will Withrow and family reo jcntly Mrs drvllle Balls Owensboro Is visll ng her sister Mrs Herman Addong ton Miss Golda Withrow Nelson Is visiting her grand parents Mr WH lIam Addington and wife Miss Mary Marks who Is teaching chool here visited her parents at lartford Saturday and Sunday Mr R T Sneddon and Mr Dunn Rockport were at Smallhou Sunday afternoon Henderson el carman and family latanzas visited Mr Will Balls and amlly Saturday and Sunday Misses Altha Addington and Omn kladdox attended the picnic at Rock ort Saturday and were the guests of Mrs Mayblc Randolph Saturday night Miss Sophia Balls who has been the guest of Mr Rufus Balls and family at Centertown has returned home Mr Charlie Overton and wife went to Beaver Dam Saturday to see lass Mien Lawrence who has typhoid fey er they returned Sunday Mrs Tom Martin Louisville is visit- Ing Mr Jim Bullock and wife Mr Joy Boone of Central City was the gUest of Mrs Evallna Boone and omlly Sunday Estrayed From my primisea at Williams Mines I Ky July 12 1909 one red cow with large white spots over body and in jrehead dehorned and about 7 years old Also a big red cow with white spot on left side Just behind foreleg and hito spot in forehead About 10 ears old- JUifpJpSiaUonI or return of these cows ipMrs Eelle Raley Williams Mines- 1Ky will be rewarded I ry THE MIRAGE I Condition That Make Possible ThI Beautiful About that natural phenomenon mirage much mystery clung injdaj of old but science explains it as riacj lly as the rainbow The fats morgana of the strait of Messina and t lip specter of the Brpcl en were nothing more In sober than mere mirage A mIrage may occur at any pinee where the denser stratum of air L placed above the lighter stratum thus retracting the rays of light the con Thou surface of the two stratums act- Ing as a mirror In looming mirages distant bbjcct show an extravagant Increase In vei tical height without alteration In breadth Distant hummocua of Ice are thus magnified Into Immense tower and pinnacles and a ship Is sometime abnormally drawn oust until It appears twelve or thirteen times as high as It is long Rocks are seen drnrnup to ten or twelve times their prope height Houses as well as human be- Ings and animals appear in like exaggerated shape Another form of mirage is when n ship or some other object near tbe water seems greatly elongated and n second Inverted Imago meets It fro above Sometimes the proper image of the object is elevated far above the sea while tho second Image strangely np pears Inverted beneath it the wholi surrounded by a sheet of sky which Is mirrored and repeated within It In 1882 in the arctic region Captain Scoresby recognized by Its irivertct image In the air his fathers ship tin Fame which afterward proved to he seventeen miles beyond the visible ho rlzon of his observation One August evening In 1806 Dr VInce saw from Ramsgate at which place only the tops of Dover castle towers are usually visible the whole of the castle It appeared as thong lifted up and bodily placed on the neat Hide of the Intervening hill So per feet was this illusion that the bill itself actually could not be seen through the figure Some forms of mirage are lateral as well as vertical arising from unequal density of two contiguous vertical bod lee of air Thus on Lake Geneva a boat has been seen double the two images some distance apart Persons have been duplicated in the same way Any one on a hot day by placing his eye near to a heated wall may see lateral mirages of objects at a distance and nearly on a line with the wall Mirages are very frequent on des arts or the large sandy plains which abound In the southwesteru states and territories Many a panting wagon train has pushed on in joyous haste at the sight of n green grove or limpidI lake only to be cruelly the fading away of the vision any wonder that the natives and In dlans regard the phenomenon as the work of evil and tantalizing spirits 7 Lake Ontario Is famous for beauti ful and wonderful mirages during which the opposite shore of the lake is plainly visible from either side Pearsons A Financial Parable Just before the collection was taken up one Sunday mornIng a negro clergy man nnounccd that a certain brother had forgotten to lock the door of his chicken house the night before and as- a result In the morning he fouud that most of the fowls had disappeared I doan want to be pussonal bredrn he added but 1 hab my splclons as to who stole dem chickens I also hab reason fo bilevln dat If I am right In dose splclons dat pusfion wont put any money In dc plate which will now be passed around The result was a fine collection Not i single member of the congregation reigned sleep After It was counted the old parson came forward Now bredrn be said I doan want your dinners to be spout by won lean where dat brudder lives who loan lock his chickens up at night Dnt brudder doan exist rnah friends Ue was a parable gotten up fo purpose of finances Old Time Salaries How often clerks and other employees of big firms are heard to complain if the small salaries they receive Yet It they realized that Columbus drew a salary of only Just over LCO a year hey would perhaps hesitate before Tumbling at their 10Q or 150 per annum Prominent clergymen have received as much as and more than ioOO a year and yet John Knox only ot lOs 8d a week and that was 4s 2d more than Scottish Judges of his time It must be confessed however hat at this period of small salaries money went a long way For instance a good Chrlstmas dinner for a family of six during too sixteenth century could be provided for an outlay of tiout elghtpcnce hnlfpepny London Standard 1 NEW BAYMUS July 20Crops are looking very well considering the recent heavy raIns Several from here attehded the do Hcatlon of the Christian church at Loathe Sunday Misses Cora and Verna Magan went to HartfordFrlday Mrs Noah Mldklff ot Lexington Is vlsltlnb relatives near Olaton Mrs Myrtle Granttt of Dundee JS- tbe guest of her cousin Miss Mae For man if t Mr Pal left last week for Oklahoma whero ho will locate for tbe fufureF I V t Mr E Ccok and wife fere pleas lant callers at Mr Thomas Weddings 4 we are to n Sunday Miss Vena Daniel went to Hartfon last Thursday to attend the count Friday and Saturday Misses Dena and Rose Huff were the guest of their cousin Miss Elton Hut Saturday and Sunday Misses Minnie and Maggie Wedding returned home last week after a ten days visit at Hartford Mrs Norah Mldklff was the guest of Mr Buck Mldklff and family Monday Mr and Mrs Clyde Magan spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Elvis Ma gan near Olaton Mr Edgar Magan gave a small par ty to a few of his friends Friday nigh those present were Mines Cora and Verna Magan Mae Forman Messrs Clarence Smith Thurman and Leslie Hurt Carl and Edgar Magan JINGO July 21Rev J R Lewis filled hIs regular appointment at this place Sat urday night and Sunday Mr Arthur HendrIx and Chester Roach attended the dedication at Roslne Sunday A large crowd were present anJ report a nice time Mrs Alice Murphy of Dundee is vIsit- Ing her sister Mrs Beatrice Murphy nt this writing Mrs Beatrice and Alice Murphy are visiting Mrs M P Hendrix today Farmers are busy cutting grass and threshing wheat Success to the Notice The A S of E stock committee will make another shipment of stock Tuesday July 27 any member of the orgnniatfon having stock to ship will please notify the committee at once S L STEVENS L B TICHENOR 1 J M SHULTZ I Committee NARROWS July 20Miss Bcsslo Likens Is visit ing relatives in Hartford this week Miss Elsie limes Owensboro is the guest of her aunt Mrs Ida Ren Crow Misses Fddlth and Effle Duke Hartford who have been visiting their sis ter Mrs Ora Renfrow returned home Smith and brother Bar retts Ferry spent Sunday with Mrs Carrie Phlpps Mr Greer Adaburg visited his daughter Mrs Powers last week Mr andulrsl H Thomas and children spent Sunday in Sulphur Springs Mr F Woosley who has been se riously ill for come time is slowly ImprovingGeorgia the little child of Mr and Mrs G Abram has a bad case of fluxMr J H Thomas was in Owensboro Friday Mr and Mrs Will Park are visiting Mrs Parks parents Mr and Mrs Camp Henderson I The citizens of this little village were greatly surprised last Monday I when Mr Harrison Peach and Jilss I Oeogla Likens were married Rev where they will make their future home Mrs Peach will john herhuS 1band there In a fey days May many happy days be theirs isthe wish of the writerof t t Laces and Embroideries Here yogi will find every novelty known tof1the importer of this country You will note a great variety cf suchwell known staple items as Valenciennes and Torchon laces Swiss and Nainsook edges insertions and headings Corset coverings and all overs both lace and embroidery patterns abound in many new designs Match sets in allgrades The daintiest cf the dainty as well as those numbers made for service only Visit this department You will be delighted with our showing 4 Of course giving petter prices on these lines now Dont expect carry them over another season BARNARD CO Hartford EEentucky examination Republican WednesdayMiss 101I REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE CROMWELL DEPOSIT BANK Doing business at Cromwell County oC Ohio State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 8th day of July 190- 9RESOURCES Loans end Discounts with I onu or Lore endorsers as surety 242685 Real Estate Mortgages 9600 Due from National Banks 227 United States and National Bank Notes 140400I Specie IcashCares 1617 Current Paid S670 Real EstateBankIngI 001FurnIturet Total 3202801 LIABILITIES N Capital Stock paid in In I cash 1500000 Surplus Funds 150001 i Undivided Profits 153759 15375 Fund to pay Taxes 5461 546 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 84598 Time Certificates of Depos its on which Interest is paid 536899 Taxes due and unpaid 1070i Total 320280 State of Kentucky- County of Ohio Set I J P Miller cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belleCICorrect Attest J P MILLER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thlb 16th day of July 1909 W S TINSLEY C O C cIBy O S WHITE D C 0 C C T B FFLENEnI STEWARTI REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE McHEIRl DEPOSIT BANK DoIng business at McHenry County of Ohio State of Kentucky at close ot business on the theIday of July 1909 RESqURCESILoans and Discounts with onu or more endorsers as surety v 1337807 rime Loans on Collateral 800000 Due from National Bankpv 336454 United States and National Bank Notes 23S600- ipecle 77940 Overdrafts unsecured24745 24745 Current Expenses Paid Paid leal Estato Banklng IIIluse j 32S005 and Fixtures 2010081 ITotal 3347559 IIAI3ILITIES Capital Stock paid in In V t- cash 1500000 ijDepositson which Interest is not paid k 1399162 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest Is paid 415- 945Total3347559State of Kentucky County of Ohio Set I C M Nail cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my konwledge and belief Correct Attest I CVM HALL Cashier jthisH R BARNARDNotary do 1 My commission expires February 6 1912 S J TICHENOR J S SMITH E F RENDERDirectors REPORT OF THE CONDITION 4 OF THE BANK OF CENTERTOWN Doing business at Centertown County of Ohio State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 8th day of July 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with t lone or more endorsers as 5409514 Call Loans v on Collateral 1520000 Due from National Banks 27520S Due from State Banks and Bankers 0 492000 United States and National IHank Notes 236000 t 120471 Overdrafts unsecured 60820 C Trent Expenses Paid 79511 Rial EslateDanklngIf IH01lseFurniture and Fixtures 199932 Total f 8533451 LIABILITIES I CapItal stock paid in in Icash i1500000 Fund 126132 undivided Profits 148807- Jiposits subject to check jon which interest Is not pald V 3311008I rime Certificates of Depbs jIt on which Interest Is paid 34147604 JrltalStare of Kentucky County of Ohio Set It II H Lewis cashier of the above named bank do solmenly swear that the above statement is true to tbQI 1 nest of rpy knowledge and belief I Correct Attest Ji H LEWIS Cashier I Subscribed and sworn to before me h c 14th day of July 1909- ULYSSES WHA1INI I Public w tl My c1umJ lontexPlresJanuall 21 MI x I i ADDOX i Fmp1IIAN iI E 1r- w 4 fDlrectpra I J f j J 9 r q t 4 CORSET I i TALK to to we to ourIe d as k no on our at s ter to in of 1i ft k fHartford kFRIDAY JULY 23 litnois Central Table At Beaver Dam Ky iFfr North OClllul Month Bonnd- No182due J 405 a IB No UI dUotl1MalD b m NolUl doe 24tl p No181due845 m J The f Beautiful f Does not always require the expen a dlture of a large sum of money This I depends largely upon jUdgment taste and skill Nothing adds tr more to the appearance of the home than good Paint properly Then It protects and preserves the Is it you buy the rIght kInd The best Is the cheapest Masurys Is excelled ly none Call on us for Outside Paint Inside Paint Carriage Paint Roof Paint IolexJble Carbon 50 cents per gallon Japatac- d Veneer and everything In this makes old things look new rp Prescriptions filled with care and 1 delivered anywhere In town Y CO t- rTIncorporatedr Ioe Cream so good at CIty Restau- rantI kt your Meals and Lunches tt City Reutaurant f For spe Ian diargalne in Sewing Ma- cWnee call on Grasa WIlUams it City taumnt feeds bbe people as r1118aaI Once a customer always acue Rev T J Acton Will preach at Dun dee the first Sunday In August at 11 l- A oclock a rn I r Mr John W Taylor who hAs been visiting relatives IrP llydeeye Indiana X la expected home today y Misses Etlfo and Eddlth Duke return ed Wednesday from are days vIsI- tt II to telUvcs at Narrows Iy LOST Package containing trimmed In silk tOhJs Was left at the speakers stand at tbo Iers reunion MRS dJ OIAS y l rhord Ky lif r t j J 1 I Iof 5 This particular sub we do not expect will interest men but w know the la dies are especially anx ious to know wheta a good ably wearing Corset We are not introducing you A NEW MAKE CORSET nor one that have lately added stock but the celebrated widely advertise AMERICAN LADY CORSET know- by the ladies the BEST FORM FIT Ii rING CORSET IN AMERICA Once worn you will take substitute Call saleslady the Corset CounI and let her show you the various fstyles and demonstrate you many ways the truth this little Corset talk I I r Republican RallroadTlme- t NoUlu20l m- 11o102dne248pm To Make Home tfeconCmy applie- dt propertythat r 1Liquid J HARTFORD DRUG I I 1 r y black- wotilan L9r l r ject that just buy comfort OF Born to the wife of George Lewis yesterday morning a fine boy Mathe r and child doing well Mrs EV Cooper Spring Hill Tenn Is the guest of her parents Col and Mrs C M Barnett city Mrs AItRentrow and children Narrows Ky are the guests of Mr Renfrows parents Mr and Mrs T D Duke city- blares Martine Bennett City and Dena Mae Woodward Beaver Da are the guests of their uncle Dr A C Foster Morganfleld Ky Mrs C E Rogers and children Elk ton Ky and Mrs Mary White Charleston Mo are the guests or Capt and Mrs S K Cox city Mrs R H Taylor and children who had been the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Jones for a few days returned to their home at Wysox Ky Tues d1Y Mr John W Sandefur of No Cree has accepted a position as traveling salesman with the Ames Buggy Corn pany Owensboro and began his new duties last Monday Mr E W SmIth of CerohO left yesterday for Marion and Repton Ky where he will be the guest or his brother J K Smith and son W E Smith tor several days Leave your Laundry at my Grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery tt Cleve ner Agent for Madlsonyl1le Ice nnd Laundry Co lncolporated In Harrel urea big ad as It appear qd In The herald this week was a small error In the lower right hand corner Jthould have read 1tlyad of Calico for 39c Instead of 30x Mrs Lydia Wood and Mrs Fred Caldwell Louisville formerly of De trop are the guests of the tnmlly of Dr William Forman on Union street Mrs Woods Is a sister and Mrs Caldwtll a niece of the doctor Mr Cicero Hlnchee died at his home In Centertown last Saturday after a lingering Illness consumption His remalnswere Interred at the Lone Star Cemetery sunday Dthe presence ofa large circle of relatives and friends tfr W P Moore Individual book keeper for the Third National Bank Louisville has lately received a nice promotion and now occupies tho Re cglving Tellers desk fho advance meatcatfdes with It l1n Increase In glary and Mr Moores many friend s herd will boo dehghd to liarot hligood luckA J tv oil 11 L T Messrs S L stevens and John Lo Allen of the Liberty nelgilborhood were pleasant callers yesterday Mrs Pntsey Bishop dIed at her horn near trnlvo on Thursday of las week after an Illness of several month theIMr J L Riley of Russellville who Is an expert contractor of concrete side walks has contracted to build tbe Libertyeton street lie has decided to locate In Hartford and will move frig family In the near future pror Hallie E Brown member of Beard of Examiners was called home the Board of Examiners was called to his home near Rochester from Hart ford last Sunday on account of the Illness of his father Mr Browns condition Improved materially and Prof Brown returned Monday DIed at her home near Select last Monday Mrs John L Miller Her rnmnlra wero burled at the old Brick House burying grounds yesterday afternoon The deceased w1o WAS the daughter of Charles Sanders of Selec Ky leftt a husband two children and aa host of relatives and friends to mourn her death Mr J Key Foster who has been Trlneditor visited hIs mother and sister several days last week He has resigned the Position with the Tribune and has accepted the positIon of City Editor of the Ashland Commercial and began his new duties the first of the week- Attorney S A Anderson return ed Tuerday from a two weeks trip n the mountnln counties of Kentucky where he had gong to check up coun ty officers for State Inspector and Examiner Thatcher Mr Anderson succeeded In uncovering over 1000 due the State In unreported rees most of witch has been or wl11 be turned into the Treasury Mrs G D Williams left Wednesday night for Chicago to be at the lJedsldlJ of her husband who Is to undergo an operations for gall stone Mr Williams left here about a week ago to visit his sons who reside at Chicago and after consulting a speclnllFt there It was decided that the operation was necessary Mr Williams many friends here are anxious about him and trust that he will have a rapid recovery Dr John r Hardin of Livingston County Ky arrived In Hartford Well uesdly and will farm a PraMncrshlp with Dr Horace Bell fer the practice of dentistry Dr Bell Is an Ohio coon exceedslugly popular Dr HardIn comes with spletdld recommendations and was a class mate of Dr Bell at college Balk themiorisville College of Dentistry They have opened offices over the Republican office and they are being equip led with the very latest Improved machinery etc for the practice of then profession NoticeIParties taking sufficient quantities of Ice to entitle them to hav same placed In the refrigerator must It they desire It placed there keep their bottleskplates etc IIARTFORD ICE CO FAIR VIEW July 20Last Sunday showed a largo decrease In the attendance at Sunday school hare This was largelY owing to the dedication at Racine which n large number from this community nttelllied row people remember that there will be no dedication near to WilliberIng Miss WinnIe Hughes left Friday morn Ing for Springfield Mo where shQ wll make her home with her mother Mrs Emma Hughes Mss Winnie was n- s favorite with every one here and will he greatly missed bilge Bessie F Acton returned home Sunday otter a two weeks visit with her brother Mr Roscoe Acton and famlly near Horton Mr C C White visited his nephew Mr C W White and family near tit Vernon Friday Mr Elijah Daniel Olsten called to see his cousin Mllis Bessie K Acton Saturday night r Mrs EllA Neighbors and daughters busses Florence and Stefla Olaton attended Sunday school here Sunday News has reached here that Miss Lawrence daughter bf Rev G If Lawrence Beaver Dam la dangerously ill of ty hold BroJAwrence and family have the sympathy of their many friends here Mills Desslo K Actol and little slater Miss Ruby Ylelted l Win nlo I3ughesThursday afternoons- kIr AlUson Neighbors Is nlfs lI SI 1 JY lately Do you know why Think toIsicktr Miss Winnie Hughes spent Wednes day nIght with her couslues Misses Eunice and Maggie Wilson Miss Bessie F Acton spent the day yesterday with her mother Mrs C C Whlte and family i Sunday School Notes The following Sunday Schools have mudo reports of their attendance on July 4th Clear Run 151 Prentls 41 Vest Point 44 Smallhous 5S Ileas PleasantGrovegengers but no report of attendance From thEse reports It would fudl- cate that about 5000 persons attended on that In Dont duroIJuly 23 Come or send a hand Free entertainment and lunch on the grounds Elder Guthrie Blrkhend will speak on the organized Bible class llelll him WI expect Clear Run choir with J E Park leader Cromwell choir with Scott McKinney leader and Inobably other choirs to be present and help furnish music You will miss Illf youilont come Notice All persons indebted to the estate of C R Campbell deceased will please settle at once and all persons hav Ing claims against said estate will tile same properly proven with C M Crowe Hartford Kentucky by thin first day of August 1J09 or they will be forever barred MRS C R CAMPBELL Adnilnistratrix- A I Appreciation Tis a time for memory and frtears Tears for a bereaved community tears for n leadekss church tears for a family whose heart Is crushed whose fireside Is desolate Memories of R life whose untlllng energy were given to the uplifting of her fellowman and the upbulldlng ur her community Memories uf a personality so strong yet so catholic that every lire It touched was inspired and broadened by the assoclatian Memories of n faith that faltered nut but wiward upwuld till rlulticll Will Its reward Memories vf a heart so tender that every call every sorrow touched u responsive chord Memole of u home ruled and inspired by nn Influence so sympathetic yet so wholesome that out from Its sacred pte- clnets brave women and honorable men cheered and strengthened faced and fought lifes fierce conflicts Memolles of n woman who like her Master went about doing good All unconscious pf the power she was In her community all unconscious of the strength she was In her clnurh all unconscious of the inspiration she was to her brothers and sisters all unconscious of the support mid com fort shin was to her aged father Emma Barnes shed her Inrhwnco and benedictions as the flower Its beauty and perfume Emma Is gone but rho has written all euulogy In the hearts of loved ones that will illuminate and Chlll In hours of sorrow and gloom She has feared for herself by acts of love and deeds tlf charity n monument move enduring thouu bronze Her hod sleeps surrounded lJr the sainted dust of those she loved In dear old Goshen cemetery her life her influence she leaves as a rich legacy to us who survive May we be worthy of the In heritance A life soshort yet a life su full D D Notice On Saturday July the 31st at 3 oclock the Southern Methodist Par sonage at Beaver Dam will lie sold to the highest bidder Tho sale will Ibe at the Parsonage property J C JACKSON CG TAYLOR Committee Do Yoe Want ioturo Worth 360 per Dozen for the Price of 2OOPer Dozen You Can Glt Them at SCNROETEOS GAth8Y THis WEEK ONLY Somebody is going to he sorry they did not take ad vantage of this opportunity- to get such high grade work at a price so low Remcm- liqryou cu it get this kind of work for 200 per dozen after next Sliturlay July 31- rl1Y t r tI vti1y- I i LOST i My Purse containing one 10 bill two 5 bills one 2 bill and 365 in small change Also a list of bargains that I wished to purchase at HARREL BROS PUB LIC SALE which is now going on at Rockport Finder may keep money if he will return the list to me at once I C CASH P SI remember a few items on the list as follows One pair 250 Queen Quality Oxfords fur 198 one pair childrens low shoes worth 125 for G5c one pair mens fine Oxfordsor shoes ftgular price 350 for 279 191bs best Granulated Sugar for 100 G fine dress shirts regular price p125 for 88e each one 1050 suit for 1088 one 200 straw hat fOl OSe G Lsdies lOc Handierchiefs for 3e each one dozen pairs liens black sox worth lbc for Oe pair also 10 yards Simp sons Calico for the old lady a dress for 30c 1 C C How Would You Like It 1Vhnt wonld you do jf you were It big clothier and had mole stock ou hand than you could sell this season 1Vould yoll keep your money tied up until next year let the stock get rnstylet your salesmen get tired of showing it get tired of it yourselfstart next season with a half new stock Or would you say IYe made soma money on Spring and Summer goods Ill lose a little now get my money bade bring in some people llo hllellt been buying of me make them happy and when they Conk next year show then something they have neCI seen before here or anywhere else Youve answered our question Mere niter younot for today alone but for Its long liS you live Mere are sonic prices that we believe will more the stock for us Get your share Youths Three Piece Suits Regular price 500 now 375 Regular price 750 now 500 Regular price 1000 now 700 Mens Suits Regular price 1000 now 700 Regular price 1400 now 1050 Regular price 1600 now 1200 Regular price 1850 now 1350 CARSON COI coiuo- aAitDHartford Ky TAKE THE REPUBLICAN a ALASKA EXPOSITIONWORTH 1 Many Attractions for the Sigh Seer at Seattle WashI To the Editor The following sbauId Interest your readers and It Is hople- you will find It available Seadfe July 20In the sweltering I days Lot summer when the docking birds no longer slug In the wild wood and My and Kentucky Home become retreat for suffering humanity long ing for some faroff shore where the air is cooVahii bracing and Natur is smiling in the fond embrace of perpetual springtime a visit to the Alaska YoukonPacific Exposition Is the logical solution of the problem To those of the lower Mississippi Valley who have never taken a trip beyond the Purple Hills and over the Cascade Range to the Pacific Northwest an opportunity Is now of fered which may not return again jn i this generation A scenic Journey of more than 3000 miles through fertile valleys along winding streams up dec mountain gorges over beautiful spot of the American continent furnish es the first inducement to undertake e this delightful outing The Exposition from the view of th tourist the student or the capitalist seeking investment for his surplus wealth becomes at once the compost realization of all his fondest dreams It is the first Worlds Fair in the history of nations which has trans formed a primitive forest into all the bewitching beauty of an Oriental gar den and yet retained the Wests rugged wildness and romantic grandeur Adjoining the Exposition grounds IsI Lake Washington acknowledged be the most beautiful body of frosh water in the Western Hemisphere plied by excursions teamers motor boats sailboats and rowboats that furnish an Inexpensive means of en joying all the pleasures to be found on any body of water For those who desire a more extend ed trip on the water steamers leave Seattle almost dally for the Alaskan coast presiding every comfort and convenience known to ocean voyagers and giving the excursionists an opportunity of seeing the land of gold glaciers and geysers The buildings upon the Exposition grounds will be found to contain all the treasures of ocean forest and earth so assembled as to give a com prehensive idea of the wonderful natural resources of the Great North west the far North the transPacific countries and the world at large Nor will one ever grow weary by reason of monotony while visitln the AlaskaYoukonPaclflc Exposition There are 75 buildings filled to overflowing with every conceivable manner of exhibit from classic nil to recent mechanical inventions an should the visitor desire a change the Pay Streak with every variety of amusement which the cleverness o- man f has bene capable of conceiving will supply the variety The grounds are as enchanting as the scared groves of Dodona formal gardens showing an array of bloomin walkslnnde Throughout the grounds music is the u had and free attractions amuse the tbrougs Add to this the charm of foamflcacked ocean snowcapped i mountain and sunkissed lake an the picture is complete There can bo no better place to spend the summer than at the Alaska YoukonPaclflc ex position and the visit no matter how igng or how short will richly reward everyone who undertakes It i How Bluejackets Make Money The possible methods of making ex tra money on shipboard are manifold Tallorlzlng Is one of the most pro fitable While a ships tailor is detail edto most of our ships his duties are alternaItJonaed to of crew Many eniisn d men own sewing machines upon which they do repair work and they also do odd Jobs for officers such as pressing and cleaning A han dy man with the noodle can also make a handsome sum by doing fancy work Some of the most delicate embroidery work has been done by sailormen The ships barber also makes a com fortable living in addition to his regu JAr pay and the distribution of prizes at target practice enriches the coffers of the gun crow by a considerable sur Men who nro detailed to duty on board eubmarlno boats are allowed an additional i five dollar a month and besi des a dollar a day for every day the boat is submerged Bluejackets de tallc4 as signalmen as coxswains atc vowel boats or in charge of holds are c t f Id allowing extra pay A crew messma receives flue dollars a month for per formns hatsomewhdt mcniotlf mc- I tlon and the map who Is not annum ed to take In Mashing can double his navy pay bjluejack et Is expected to perform the launder Ing himself but there are always m who prefer to pay for having the ser vices done One of the nose methods of earnln g an honest penny is for a man with n descripltve knack usually a yeaman prepare an interesting letter upon illto cruise ofihc i1111t or some of the ports visited the honors paid the vessel the entertainments offer cd and describing the customs of the Inhabitants These letters are manifolded and sold to the member rof the crew forflfty cents to a dol atar a coppy and usually cheap at that The parents or relatives of the sailor boy thus erg kentjnformed of his ad- S ventures and Experiences and ho 1 relieved of a teak that is Irksome to most boys John R Cox In the Na tlonal Magazine for July ONE NEGRO DYING AND TWO WOUNDED Wera Employed on Construction Iof New Railroad Near Fordsvillc Fordsvllle Ky July 11As the re suit of a fight over a crap game which took place Friday night one negro is at the point of death with no chance to live and two otter ne groes are seriously wounded The fight took place at Mitchell Ky a railroad camp a mile from Fordsvllle The authorities have sent telegrams all over the state describing John Henry the negro who did the shootS In None of the other negroes names could be learned The negroes were employed In the work of ballasting the M H and E railroad near Fordsvllle In an ar gument over a crap game the Taylor negro took out his pistol and fired into the crowd shooting one negro through the head The bullet went through his brains and when Dr De Weese of Fordsvllle arrived the ne gros brains had oozed out of his head One of the negroes was oho In the shoulder and the other one rho In the leg Neither of the latter f seriously hurt The negro who dl the shooting Is a new negro In the camp only having been there one day The mortally wounded negro Is only about seventJen years old and came to Fardsvllle from 1but his name could not be learned Yearns Kentucky Bride Yearns for Kentucky Bride gIn the Far Northwest a stalwart young man of Seattle one with a good salary and promises of fidelity and care Is yearning for a bride from among the fair women of Kentucky womendand the women of Kentucky especially In a letter which came this morning addressed to Postmaster R E Woods In which aid is asked in finding a wife The writer is a member of the fire department of Seattle The let itor in full Is as follows U S Postofflce Iew sKySir I am a young man twentytwo years of age and a driv er in the Seattle fire department with a good salary and what 1 want Is a gooil woman between the ages of Sand 22 to make this life wroth living There are plenty of women in the dealdof the good women of Kentucky and if It Is possible I am going to have one If you will he kind enough to give this wellmeant letter to some newspaper perhaps I will be successful Perhaps I want too much when 1 say 1 want a goodlooking refined young woman If this wish Is fulfilled she will never regret it If you know wha It Is to be lonely perhaps you will favor me Hoping nnd trusting that you will I beg to remain truly yours- A G JOHNSTON Engine Company No 20 Forteenth Avenue West and South street Seattle Wash- Assistant Postmaster John G Morey In the absence of Postmaster Woods willingly agreed to act as first aid to Cupid In this matter Louisville Her ald 0 What is a cold In the head Nothing to worry about if you treat It Elys Cream Balm Neglected the col may grow into catarrh and the air passage be so inflamed that you have to sight for every breath It is true that Elys Cream Balm masters catarrh promptly But you know the oli say Ing about the once of prevention Therefore use Cream Balm when the could In the head shows Itself All druggists COc or mailed by Ely Bro CO Warren street New York I AVERAGED THIRTY JINE MILESAY In His r Long Walk Fromewe- n York To San Francisco jV Did Weston r San Francisco July 14 Edwardpa son Wes OJ1J the worlds veteranpe destrian completed his waik across the great American continent this evening lie hcchipflBhed the wall from New York to this clip In 703 walkitthiyeatterlive of thermos strenuous arid trying feats In his G rear Thopst now In his evllntyflrsi year be ed 39 miles a day having negotiated 3000 measured miles niostofJhe distance on ilje railway i track where he asserts a quarter of a mile is lost every hpur walked t Hale and hearty the venerable er tripped oft the last 40 miles walkI walk today without any apparent dlsI tress He is eating well and the ments to which he has been exposed have turned him a nutbrown towhlch his snowwhite hair and mustache are a startling contrast He expressed I great delight i1ti being back in Califor pleasurenwent from San Francisco to Los An peles approximately 500 miles In 12 walking days and made his first ac quaintance at that time with the climate of the land of sunshine fruit and flowers But for the courtscy of President E H Harriman and other Southern Pacific officials Mr Weston declares he would never have been able to com plete his latter day feat He arrived here accompanied by three Southern Pacific officials who accompanied him with a velocipede I from Ogden Pullman trains were halted for edibles ice nnd other nec j essary provisions under instructions issued at the head offices of the road I vi Paper EconomicsI iecalmItlon ly thrown aside as useless An office of ordinary size produces at least a ton of waste paper in a monthwhich at a purchuIt byda pres magic machinery returns the solid scraps in pristine whltenness Waste paper has become so much a matter of course that new offices are built foracaring directly for this waste In some business this product amounts to hundreds of tons in a year and where the amount Is large as in a city printing office it Is gathered ever day In addition to the paper of commer cial and manufacturing concerns there Is the constant waste going on in every home which would aggregate thousands of dollars every year If ac counted for in the economics of the country Possibly when the Conservation Commission has disposed of Its big problems It will find means to eliminate this source of waste Mitchell Chapple in the National Mag azlne for July The Sommetel Beverly and ManchesterbytheSea on the north shore of Massachusetts are likely toibecome the combined sum nice capital of the nation In 1909 President Taft has chosen to spend the summer months on that historic rocky coast where for years past man prominent members of the diplomatic corps have had their rendezvous Environment line a marked Influenc on opinions and decisions and prophetic and imaginative souls predict great results when the executive clo partment Is companioned for menthe by the ceaseless oceanroll that breaks In storm and calm all along Marble shore from Gloucester down to head and Swampscott The vivifying breeze of that New England coast play Induce a breadth ot view wide as the great ocean and vigorous as the salt breezes Joe Mitchell Chapple In the National Magazine for July r Dandelion Barometer The dandelion is a dandy barometer one of the commonest and mot reliable It Is when the blooms have seed ed and are in the fluffy feathery con dition that the weather prophet far Iwhenumbrella if the weather Is Inclined to be showery it keeps shut all tie I time only opnecd when the danger from the wet is pasts Tim ordinary clover and all Ifllva rieties Including trefoil and the shamrock are also barometers When rain is coming the leaven shut t er like the shells of an oyster andpoj 4 J it 4 dU assured For a day or two before rail comes their stems swell to nn appre ciable extent and tUransolh the leaved are iiinOpibr0uprlghty than ustial Tills stciji swelling when rain Is expected is a feature of many flowering rasses The fingers of which the leaves of the horse c1ertntare trade up keep flat and f so long Ul fine weath er is likely f to continue With the coming of rain however they droop I as It to otter lose resUtHace to the weather The scarlet ptnlperrnaJ Is nicknamed the poor mans weather grass or wind cope and opens its flowers only in fine weather As soon as rain is in the air Itshots up and remains coreduntlj the shower or storm is over The common garden convolvulus crumples up Its ilellcitij blossom within the spa 53 of half an hour If raindrops nre oil the way and it keeps them thus until the bad weather has passed Chicago Tribune 6O YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac lending a ketch and deertlttlnn ascertain our opinion tree wbother D tnlnunn a probably pat nub communle none atrlMlyconadennal IIAND800E on Patents lentfrm Oldest a lor aecunnfpatenta tatenta taken through Mann A eo recetr rpecalnotkawithoutebargeIntheScientific A huidtomclf Illnitnled weekly Tdrreit cir culation of an iclentlflo year tour 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Desirable lo ration 182 areA of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth ot oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out b lings iota of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town in Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition in buincsse For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres In Umber balance in good state of cultivation I A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public rood one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well Umbered 60 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in bottoms two barns and dwelling well kept and in good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge If no sale Is effected List your property with us or if you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwpnsboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN tnif KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE K COST i Y ELECTRIC LIGHTS AJE E CLEANs 4 J J HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH lH EGBARRASS Manager I CURE All Diof STOMACHLIVER j c Rel For I I t CourierJournal TwiceaWeek THE SURE LEGTRIC Quick Reliefand C re for Head ache Backache DLtzlneas ladlgeMlo Malaria etc y v- wji of J DLreo1ioryp IkFlreultD Ringo Attom Y Jailer Ed U Barraaa Clerlel li rank li J Helix Master Commluiqner L Mose t1rBratoherWC 4 Qmnt Polfard Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks and third monday In May and November two weeks County Courtw B Taylor Judgq W S Tlnaley Clerk E 11 Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month Quarterly Court Bectni ou the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober Court ot claims Convenes tint Tues c day In January and on the tint TUes day in October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Bhreve S WLeach Aseesaor R noyJamea DeWeeseSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Corona Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch M I June 23 September 24 DecelnJ er 2k W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 86 June 25 September Z December 6W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 WaR Edge Fordsvllle March 28Jun 2 September 27 December 28 B 8 Chamberlain Beda March 90 June 25 September 2t December D Herbert Render Ccntertown March 30 June 29 September 29 December 30 Jchn H Mllea RockportMarch ffl y June 30 September 30 December x HARTFORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge J S GJennClty Attorney W M Hudson Marshal Court convenes eecond Monday In each monthCity CouncllJ H Williams Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E L Himmerman C M Barnett E E Ulrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Krnest Ellis School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn W R TlnsleyC U Burnett and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES- M E Church South Servlcea third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray er meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Vlrgli Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening- C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p In Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthp m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No CIS F A MA sons meets first and third Monday dWKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month J RoscooRCnderHartford Chapter No 84 O Eo Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HottioRileyRough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythias meets every Tuesday night rtKHartford Tent No W K O T M meets every Thursday night E B ForemanRecordSunshine HIve No 42 L A T M Meets first Friday evening and third aft moon of each month Mrs rommanl1erMrer nholthe first Sunday In each month Ash RogersAdJt I Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red WednelldayMoniEon Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I 0 O F meets every second and fourth Mon DDCarpenters nnd Joiners local No 1881 meets let Saturday night In each jLuco j OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers a O DRAYTON Pros Greenville Ill DowlingGreenS D KUMP Sec Tress Indiana polls State Officers J 0 CANTRILL Pres Georgetown If- S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky KyCE tJKy DNo42J tBolanyrWbitesydlle J 3 P D Dau n tfD No3 1 5 Richard Plummer Taylor atlnee 6 J L Drown Rockport u BInIHlms bst touIc iaative y- Medicfa ft these iir l vluoL flea t4- tI tr J i It J a I TRAPPING A GORILLA story of a Vicious Struggle In the African Jungle t A NET THAT FAILED TO HOL jThrougItsOne Death Before He Was Himse- Khled If by the Attacking Party Captain Fritz Duquesne the Boer hunter WIlIt commissioned by a German naturnfst society to capture one of each species of African qunilru- ma11l1 lIe was eutircly successful 1 U- the work except thnt he could obtuln no gorilla F1naIJy a pygmy poInted out a portion of the dank jungle In- wblch a gorilla had been seen The cnp aln Immediately arrange his comp and laid his plans and made preparations to trap the monster nm get him alive If possIble though be fully realized the danger of the under taking For tour days said the eaptal- we romped In this hotbed of diseasee Beaters went out In all directions searching for the gorilla At lost 80mI- I deep wide scratches were found en- elustel a of tines On close examlnntlon the unmistakable bait of the gorlll was found ou a broken twig After some hours we found the tre where the gorilla lived We could to It by the treasy appearance of the bark made so by the repeated rubbing of the gorillas body We could tell by the fresh marks with sap still wet that the animal bad recently ascended the tree The scratches were shot t and deep showing that It had lifted Itself up and had not slid down would have made a long sballo scratch We spread n strong net around the tree In a circle sloping upward on the outer side Around the top of the nct there were drown ropes from four dl- lectlons held by half a dozen natheII hidden In the bush These were to bring the top of the net together and thus bag our game After waiting some hours the leave- above rustled and then opened as six foot male gorilla descended un- suspectinglf and entered the trllp 1 signaled the four ropes were pulled at once and we had our animalfor a moment lle roared In fury twist lug JumpIng and biting the rope luto pieces The natives were pulled about like dolls as he tried to reach first one and then another The professor jump ro stout In excitement trying to focus a camera on the Infuriated animal At last the mighty arms of the gorilla broke a hole through the net und he tore the rest from hIm as though It were a rotten rug Most of the na tives fled la dismay The professo dropped his camera and tried to escape In a moment the gorilla grasp eel him In Its terrible hands I seized my title und fired In th air to frighten the animal In my poi- lltlon 1 could not shoot at hint with out hItting lilY friend Fur u moment the gorilla stood still holding the now unconscious man as though ho were a baby the brutes lips drawn back from his glistening teeth I thrust another cartridge In m- r1Ge As I did so there was a buzz In the air and an arrow shot by a na tire pierced the gorillas side A roar burst from his red throat and he drop ped his victim Like a dash hefore I could shoot a native sprang from the leaves and half throwing baIt thrusting drove uu assagai Into tbe- gorlllils heart With a groan the brute fell deadIExamining the professor I foundI thst till right arm was broken and that some ot hIs ribs were crushed Into his lungs We gave up the effort toI get a live gorily and placing the InoI Jured man In a hammock curried himI back toward the east coast lie died on the road Out ou the veldt besidf a native village a lonely little slab warkld Curl Bloch stlcbIup above tile grass It Is till protessI ors grave Hunting Is not lug ndverwire ntlll laughing IltorfI It has Its tears like other things Hamptons Magazine Chances In Gambling Ilenrl Poincare the leading matbe- matlclan of France declares thntIthere Is no Intalllllle nmrtinbale or method ot doubling ones stakes after every loss All one can do says M Polncalc la to combine ones play so as to have n great chance of wh- ufng a little and n Little chance of los gainingmuchtIe One CUll arrange his play so ns to have one chance of winning a million francs and n million chances of losing n franc or a million chances ot win ling a franc and one chance ot losing a million francsaod thats nil Incompatible TowneWell wellthc idea of hisf marrying Miss Coldeyl Why bos a dyspeptic BrowneWhat has that to dO with It Shes got plenty of money and so TowneThnts just It Shell hover Agree with him shell too rlchECatholic Standard and ImesIt Had a Charm lfroni Irs Jots She told l11et nU the parish S only gossipno truth- ii liked ta elU tt I PlIj yeas all new s to nie- nch Of tIT hl1 i Para with bapp prcl- pt i t vleV art inure pleasln thnn fruitionGoldsmith v Nattanalbrn do Meal- sIlls acurlous tactthatno gleat n- tloaal a music has been en among Ii pegpktl UVhig cinder a repu Ilcan form of government The SWiss are 1Icrl1aps tM oldest example of a- PCOlllo UVlng permanently under thnt regime and there tins never been a SWiss composer of any note or ot evCn mDay c racy Is unquestionably sul gencrt that nothIng like It has ever oxist- h dbefore and that for this reason being hi n position to waL 0 precedent ourselves wo need not uccesstirlly consider democracy per se as Inimical to musical development On the conI racy the very variety of the clement a- which area now forming the American pollen would argue lu favor of the possibility of the foundation of ana tlonul school of music which In uult Ing the characteristics of many peo pees might In time develop Into rein thing broader and stronger freshe- more vital and more spontaneous that anything the world has hitherto seer Reginald do Korea In North American Review A Sign of Death signsnt one described here Is probably new t many Mr W B Cooper of Cheltc- ham tells of his father being III bu t not confined to bed and one sunny dny In June when ho walked across tin garden another man the facsimile o his father met him and apparently hhnIlmy father came to me and sold Did you see me go the garden I said Yes Well be said I shnnt be here long Our fam- Ily see themselves before they die Although 1 had seen this I said Nonsense lIe shook his head and walk away Shortly after ho took to his durlnwg was were haytiniking nt the tltn asked each morning Which field are you la now When we cants to a certain field called Godley he sold with a sIgh ut grelt satisfaction Air I shall dIe now lIe died the same morning near mid dnyT Ps London Weekly CryaFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Ordinence An ordinance of the City of Hart ford Kentucky for the construction of concrete pavements on paste oC Liberty street The City Council of the City of Hartford do ordain nt follows Section 1 That n concrete pave meat the feet wide lie constructed streert beginning at the dutereectlon ot L1be- ty street and Washington street nt BeLikens on said street and extendln on the South side of Liberty etree and contiguous with wille and trout of said G B Likens property on said street fronting and abuttin on same a distance of 214 feet to alyley In front of the property of Mrs Mary Collins and contiguous withI same and In front of Mrs Collins I property and abuttln on said street a dlstancQ of 214 feet to Walnut strucISection 2 That a concrete pavement of not loss titan five at Ue Intersection on the Northsid of Liberty street beginning nt the in lersectiolloC Liberty street with Washington street at tlio corner or the Baptist church on said WashlngI ton and Liberty streets And extendC Ing along Liberty street tin the dlIreetton of the right of way of e Madisunv111e Hartford Eastaru rallI Railroad Company and abutting onIsaid Liberty street a dlstanco of feet to the property ot Mrs Luc Klelll thence In the same dIrection un saId street and abutting on thu property of said Mrs Lucy Kleln feet to Cherry Alley thence acrossI said Cherry Alloy fronting pro putty ut R Holbrook and abutting on said Liberty street a dltattco of feet to the provenly of Mrs Maggie PhilIPS thence In Santo dirctttlon on salll street and abutting un the prof perty of the said Mrs Pl1Ipps feet to Walnlt street Section 3 Thut a concrete parenlont- be constructed on the South side of- Wihtut Street where same intersects with Main Street at tho property ot J E Bean on the cornerof Walnut street and Main street beginning with the intersection ot J EDcnn andC extending Eastwardly dhktton along Walnutstreet from sold corner contiguous to line property of said JJE Dean and abutting on said Walnut fInstreet and contiguous with same front ot the property of IFellx from the EaSt side of Ayiple Alley tot property ofR liolliirook thence Ili same Alrectlan and In front of npd abuttlpg the property hf R Ilol I brook = feet to Llbcrty street SeM1oq 4 That the pavements or dtired and dIrected to tie erected by said City Couacll be erected and COI1 rtructed on siifd Liberty street and Wainut street In the said CIty of Hartford ItYjas act out In Sectlona- f1 2 sad 30t thls antlcld to lie con 1 structed of concrete five feet In width lth a b of clpderor peb hies otkutflclenVthlcknessto support sold coicrefo puvemeuf and that the same be constructed lri n perlnaae4 and workmanlike manner In serer dancd with the speclrtcat101i and dlrectona ot specIal engIneer who Is hereby ppolnled to superlntelii Uto grade of said street as they now exist when sold streets shall have been ma- cadamhed that Is said pavements nre orto bo constructed on a level with said streets when saId streets shall luau been macadamIzed and avid J B Wilson Is hereby appointed specaa engineer to grade saId street and set stakes indicating the grades at which said pavements are to be built and thIs Ire Is to do before tho construction n or sold pavements pronI tract and abut on the streets or ales where side walks or pavements ttre ordered and directed to he con structed by thIs ordinance ns set out In sections 1 2 3 and 4 fall or refuse to make sidewalks ns enactment 0and publication of this ordinance tt ofhsaid city to select and appoint three tober discreet intelligent and dls afterfor some other officer authorized bylaw to administer an oath to faiths fully dtecharge their duties shnll give to each delinquent abutting Md front Ing land owner who has failed and re fused to complete wlUt this ordlnant written notice that they will go upon and assess Ifnpamtely the full value of each lot or portion of lots whose owners fall or refuse to comply with this ordinance In proportion to the frontage ot sold lot or lots on said streets to the entire length of the whole Improvement ordained to he made not to exceed n square to cov er the expense of Ute construction of the work Said appraisers or asses sors shall report their assessment or valuation In writing to the city coun cil und said marshal or supervisor ot streets shall advertise the letting of each marshal or supervIsor of street shall advertise the letting of each job or unconstructed or uucurbed sidewalk as may remaIn unimproved unconstntrtcd or uucurbed as above provided herein to be let on a day not more than fifteen days after the report of tho appraisers herein to the lowest and beSt bidder He will give due notice of the letting of such work zy advertising same to lie taken separately or as a whole as ho deems bidrder Uy publication In n newspaper pub dished In said city at least fifteen HotcontractnCity Council ot said City hereingIk1V- ements shall bo Inserted tor such pnvo meats as he shall by hits contract ln dertake to construct He shall furnish good mid sufficient security to ho approved by anorder ot the City Coun to faithfully perform his said con tract and said contractor shlll have frontingopavements or walks Is to be construct ed for the contract II rico of said work In tho event of the failure of any one to bid for and secure the said contract or contracts the said City Council upon such failure will proceed make said pavements mid curbing according to the specifications con taiued In this ordinance retaining alien upon said II1Ollel1 fur the ox limeyexpense In making and constructing the sidewalks or pavements acid goading for same shall tic paid II the owners of urid fronting and abutting thereon each lot or pnrtlntt of a lot being assessed for the full valyo thereof In proportion to the frontage thereof 1tu- provomant not oxceOlUng a square surrtclent to cover the total expunge the ivlirk- Approved 7th day of July 1909 JAMES II WIIIIAMS Mayor Attest fiEO LEWIS Clerk In Memory The death angel visited the home slrand Mrs J L Kurt std tool from them their darling hobo Sho vas born At gnat the 14th 1908 y11ed 13 1909 Keep oat dear parents roc Llzzie for sbe has gone where Is no more Ltzzle was a awes girl it was hard to go her up but the happy thought of meeting her In Heaven shove gwe com ald penC9 loons beronvedllearta May we all live close to 90 and meet Lizzleln Heaven tenderBroken I Thus did We III totirs surrender Lizzi Back to God Alt AUnt R L D Children Cry FOR FLETC- NERSCASTORIA t jt t 10 eer- tstr I ntS cg cwa x l HHofbkd by Women When o woman epeekfr ot her heIi deuce on Dr R V Pierce EveryJfear witness to tho wonder workIng eurintpower of Dr Pierres Favorito Prescription dgrapplesnesses and stubborn tls IT MAKES WEAKVOMEN STRONG IT MAKES SICK WOMEN WELL confidence DrRnt Plercrs Pleasant Pellets Induce mild natural bower movement once a day I n uuUn Tim Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and which has been i in use for over 30 years leas borne the slgnaturo of and lots been made under Ills per sonar suporrision since its Infancy Allow no ono todeceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoodare but Experiments that trlao with and endanger tho health or Infants and ChlldrenExperienco against Experiment I What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substltuto for Castor Oil t gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is PareIcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other t substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Dud allays Feverishness It cures Dtarrlieua antiVonllsIColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures and Flatulcucy It nsslmllatcs tho Fool regulates tho Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and Tho Childrens PnnncenTl1o Motherfs unturnlllleclII GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of n The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC UNTAU COMPANY TT MURRAY nn NMYONR CITY I GET OUR PRICES Barre and A1tecU- a Quincv GranitesII Italian and Vermont AND STATUARY WORKi THE THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Hartforcl p y roNrr I c c= I GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30tolleges Q3vOG0000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuition Draughons competitor b not ncc pting moreIvinceyou SHORTHAND 76 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it isPHE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresidentI DRRUGRONS PRRCTICRL BUSINESS I pxcostORATanj EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASlIVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFI LD MEMPIlIS i Ayers Hair VigorIngredients Sulphur Glycerin Qulnln Sodium Chlorld Capsicum Sage Alcohol Water Perfume Anything injurious here Ask your doctor Anything of merit here Ask your doctor 1Vill it stop falling hair Ask your doctor VUI I it destroy dandruff Ask your doctor I Does n9p Color the lair j ATaa courAeT Lw11atw- L f owQrYn r c Y RARStTT c E BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW l HARTFORD KY 1 1111 practice their profession In nil the courts ot Ohio and adjoining count ties and Court ot Appeals SpecIal at tntlon gIven to all husiness entrusted i to theIr care Collections and the Prac tice ot Criminal and Real Estate Law y buildIng FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY IWill practice his profession In Ohio counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Col HeraR R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FederalCourt toAlsoOffice over Williams Vrlllr Story N IIIEAPIt1N FltWoJ1 WUIIO A IIi HEAVRIN WOODWARD OCt1 J S c te aQ W HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts ot Ohio county and Court ot Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Office next door to Bank ot Hartford IYANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY theIBankWHRARNES SAANIFltsoti BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac lice ot Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side ot Mats street opposIte Court louse Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to RPai Estate will be given special attention NotarY In office W IL BARNES S A ANDERSON Jolly n SI ILSON CILts M CROWE WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profSsion In aU ndjolnlngoounj practlco and to collections Office on Main S opposite Court House 10IllI00UlllrlTHAT PAr hOI1 them at our- eapormeand elpruutouccea reportonFortreeOalJi4StrootWASHINGTON KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kmg s- Now Discovery PDICEIFree oa GUARANTEED BATIBFAmORT- On MONEY REFUNDED DEFENDEDlIondloodlI Ixcludrelr15Nta t GIS Inatb Burt opt VIIIM4 SWr htmt tWASHINGTON D C i 9 1 TV t fD SPlm IBAIB c- Qu1ck Action Is Necesary When Is Ordered 6 l WORK OF THE DISATCHER wr This Official Has a Complicated Tara In Putting the Special Throug Without Interfering With the Running Time of Other Fast Trains Suppose you wlsllld to take a spelal trIp to any place on the mal and th- wurof o I your sudden resolution was- a in The chances are nalllst know log bow to make thIs masterly mon at such an unearthly hour to say not fog of knowIng how to go about ta durIng the hours ot business It i easier than the unitiated possIbly may believe Ot coursethe prlncpeal thin g Is money thing that makes both the mare and tbespecinl train go olUclttItrlors are asleep and when n wild eyed man who has n race against death tll make half ray across the lushes Into the station looklllg for 1- trnlll that will make the distance on it own schedule What the chief dispatcher wats to be sure about Is tbl Identity ot the applicant for the un usual prllItge and In thIs connectio- whether he Is able to pay for a spCo cllllJIc thpusaud doUIUS Ja bills will make the Ispatcher feel very much like ordering out the trtln A deposit ot that nmlunt In his bands will un- doubtedlybring the train out In n fe mInutes otter the order Is given Som times n call on the telephone to thO resIdence ot a well known cItizen who- says he will be responsible for the cost of the train will answer the regdir meats ot the dispatcher or the chec- of the applicant If be Is II well known citizen Is u sufficient guarantee can be made large enough to cover th bill for the special In the case ot a wealthy man who will let nothing stand In tine way of- IIccomplthlugllls purpose the cost or the train is not t previous considers tlon lie sliaply wants Q get to a eer lain poInt at a certnl lme Getting there on time Is the uppermost thought to hIs mind Ill pares restlessly up and down the platform until the traIn backs into tie stntlon ot on to the sId- Ing where he Is uotllled It may be wait lug for hIm Unless he stipulates that n private car be used In the trllln he will get n Pullman all llY hlmllllt or those Who accompany him The use of- a prlvnte earroste more but Iii preferred by the wealthy patron When everything Is repdy for emhnrkln till work ot the dispatcher has just begun ThIs otacinl must put the special through without Interrupting seriously the runnIng time of other fast trains It takes seine ticklish work for the other tralnr must he cutout Oil shin tracks just before the speclnl Is to pass In thus way the schedules ofthc other tralu are hot broken more than n few minutes The special dashes past on the right of way and the rlgl1 tar fast train follows it Freight traIn using the same track are apt to lie on the sidhlR ongcr than the passongci because tluy cannot make tllsancr between s1Ghgs quId enough to cuu out III time to give till special n lRtrack The man who tins pulll his goolj money for the right to the track doe Hot expect to he stopped Ill route nod It becomes tilt hnsltJljlI or the railway or railways over whIch be Is raclar- ngalnst time to afford hIm nil the rllcll ties Usunlly III cUlle ot such nil CJ- ItrnlmJlnarr emergency the ralftvny takes great pride lu runldul n record run nnll hauling Its patron III his dN- tlnllllull III ttiue to utComplllb his JllrI- IORI The hest engineers obtalnnbh nod atrustworthy cumluetor are pine t11 Iu charge of the equipment of our ln lneund one ear for the running I ItIrrtfe of speed tot undertaken hi the passenger service 1Jsually the extrnorlinary passenger Is reiluired to give till rllllwny con piny SOme tlrlll ot rdeaso from re- sponslbllltg for lURK ot life ur Injur ruin accident due to whnt might lJt regarded under ordluary llrlumshmccl tilt u reckless sliced hut the roan whe Jot racing to set n loved wife Uf tIluh her or son is llways wlllllr to tllla n greater risk thnu ut nary other time In his exlstehce Bat nut only Is his 011- Iln hurt till hives ot the train crow In jeopardy during II wild race over till nulls however UII such nn occnslon the whole crew hi Imbued with tIll thetiistway to the fulfillment ot the errnud- lIiousands ot dollllrK have hclI paid hy private eltlzchs for just such race with death and sometimes where great tllIllllclal crIsis Is ut stake Tine roll WilY conlllunlell despite the large hono rarlmu received for uudertnklng such journeys uro loath to ucept1 IIIlSIlCI- Ier on these conditions The crisis roust be one that involves remarkable stress of mind and monoy Usually theIr acceptance ot such great reapon- sibility both to the single passenger os well as thousands ot others who tMY bo usIng the tracks at the same time Is governed by a great deal of- eentlmenth t Loula Republic r A Mystery llhleNov genlmen weot- rllrNl tbeae there cloosthe tutprints tbrmantotllnrs only the tutprlllts 0 the hose Now the question Is Wotsbecome o the manLife r teat toward othersw may espcctothees to act toward nsSyrtis I J 1 RAW DRUGS stogy l cme a Pretty Little JBiown and Black coins Upon going into a pharmacy an lookIng nemysterfous jars an bottllUtnd bxesthat line the shelve dId you ever wonder where on earth all of the drugs came from and how they appeared before they were round up and made into ells or drIed or pal verb etl or crystallized Into queer boxkyohnow manydlJrcrent lands do they represent Anti utter they leave the jnrf that hold them now what ore they made into Who for example would connect a great pile or dry thin twIgs ucatly fled lute small bundles with sarsa These twigs are the pricklyhshrub that grows In Jamaica RIIIl they are worth from 10 to jcents a hand Somewhat shnllnr In appearance II- IIpecacllauhu whIch also comes to us In dry twigs whIch are part of the trnlling root of aplant found I i the damll forests ot Brazil These roots receive uopreparation save the are snippedo to the Vnltlt1 tatesa They arepacked- t In lnrg sacks Jllld the Workmen who open the bflestuustf bewtire ot bronth lIng file pUll gent Irrljatlug dust given off avhlch is lrOt1ucthe of uuplctiaaut results tf Incautiously Inhaled Castor oil too Is bard toyrecognize spotnted with black and with polished skIns that arrive In bags from India They look far too nltroctive to sugcettbe much hinted dose of our early days Aloes life base ot many nauseous medldaes lass tic seen la its crude browntiboxes from titilch It Is chipped oast la flakes with a clllsel and hammer It Is ot different lual tfeq lanai ylilees esfromkand may blng any rum from 1 to I theeplant ot that name Tills juice Is pressed or evaporated from the leavesv and poured Into chests or kegs In a semifluid state hardening presently Into n solid block Nyt Infrequently It Is lnclosetl In the skins ot monkeys and In this strange torlll brought to market One of the most Interesting or drug1 Is opium both on account of Its ow- tul potency and by reason ot itsgreat value A cape of eoplyiubopt 22 Tb1aseand contains n number of soft lark lumps like large bllndtullor dough pocked very closely together lit a quantity ot dry cliaffy seeds Tiro opIum which reaebi Americas ot two qunjltes tine for nedtcinc the other tor smoking and comes from Persia and Asia Minor China and In dlaSt Louis lIelliiillc MONEY OF THEA1CH Of More Use Foolishly Spent Than Hoarded or Lying Idle Undistributedot tlllnt and growing crops to larch and die Soo also vaultsbulsliigtvltr stagnant money men women to PerIsh III abject poverty and ripened cropsto rot wWlln the fields and orchards that grew them Therefore wllllt happens to the dollars of the millionaIre Is a question of the firs Impprtance Those of us who believe In praying for material blessIngs will do well to pray long and enrlllHtly that rich wu men will never cease tu buy 100 hats and 1000 downs with dllllUOlldll and other jewels to match that they will continue to give balls and tells and entertainments ot the most expensIve kind that they will lie recklessly ex tratngaut lu gewgaws and folderols ot every descrIption because It will be good for us who depend upon at In conic drawn from the multiludoof operations Involved III producing mer cliaudisin and transporting rill those gewgaws and other gimcracks that go to keep extravagance nt a IIIh pitch Let us hope that rleb mens eons will continue to spend theIr others money ns foolishly as they are reputed to do not because It wilt he good for tholll but because It w111 be good tu he the money poured Into tIle wage earners money channels Let us that the rich mOil let1tinidle Whnlever their wives Rllll children do not spend they put Into stocks and bonds and thereby turn It Into the I wage enriers money channels Let UII lie thankful too that neither the dol lairs otthe rIch nor the dollars ot tine boor are ot any value save as they go Into the wago channels ot active drculatJonJ W Ilcwcs In IInrpers Weekly His Shrewd Idea Who Is that sour looklllg girl with the heavy underjaw1 That Is the OnlY daughter ot old I De olllruns And who Is the daInty lilt of sweet J ness with the blue eyes and golden haIr Thats the chnperon Wtiatfl the explanntlonl Why dls old lYe oIlIyunI clever idea lIe thinks its Jane will be per feetly safe nil long an Miss Blossom Is aroundClevelnlld Plain Dealer Easy tWbat can Ii doctor do when ht gets a patient who neither drinks nor smokes tToll him to stop eating certain things Everybody eatsLoufsvillq- I nrJIrroumQI 1 J A Thed LastCall I 11 SIT PACE Sate Aug t Like i Torrent From NiagaraThe Crowds Have Plunged Into the Bargains at the Opening ofc the Doors at the BIG PUBLIC SALE ofIJ = HARREL BROS STOCKI r t vvI I oU AMONG NUMBER HAVE YOU COUNTED YOUR NEEDSItisemphatically the trade triumph in the history of Western Kentucky 1hevahtes given in this Sale are of such as have never been proffered the people of Ohio and circumjacent counties before aJ1d are such as you ar not likelyto see again in thelars to come 6 T YOUR stupendous sale Qf seasonable merchandIse of the r best kind has cre ateda lerment ofexcitement in this stictionand has given a buying sttrnWant to trade that will not be equaled cretllis year of f competitionthelotyestV story are hereapdif you believe ineconomyif the savipgof dollars appeal to your better judgment you ll takendantageor this saving opportunity DaystThe mercantilemagnate hill tigam draw thcrowds wherebrg ins are the best and the biggest NQlvlif you wouldBharejn this truly moneysaving carnival of economy youllbave to hurry Jor each days selling sees entire stocks tiviped otlt its tht buying chance ora life time A sale that Qvershadows all others and WISE O4 E S ARE GUYING AS NEVER BEFORE t Free Free Free IQ In Glihi1Given Away Absolutely Free Every purchase or60cwll1 iititle you to one tick t etgouppn heset1cketouine rill M mb rld d aUrd oiF rffirJ3IY 9th O p m the duplicate numbers wlll be put lna box and secutelytas tuned and sunken weldrindran d number drawnt out lIyJ dlslnt est cd cltlld In fvlew or everybodT The person holding this number- will receive the aibOD lit COLD absolutely FREE De sure atid ask for coupon on every llUrchaYe- made and save them 1 TAKE NOTICENo one egn nected In any way with Harrel Dros store shall be entitled to it a single chance In thIs GOLD r L JI Sale Qy virtue or Venditionl Exponas 1c 219 book 12 which Issued flcmhg Clerks oftlte or the Olio circuit Court VS James S Vortrees In favor ot Duller Bras I will on Monday August 2nd 1999 at or about one oclock p m at the courthousee doOr In for sale tothe highest and best bidder the following property or SO much thereof as410 uece4sgryto ptodutce tho smCf 62 54 lvlth Interest thereon at 6 pe cent ter 19th day October 1908 untIpaid also the suns or 1816whlchhatlie saId court wa adjudged to Butter Bro for their cost In their behalf expendedc A certain lot lying and being 1 cord 1n peedY Book No 31 page 233 arid i l tnsldp1At Is aes1 t r SPECIALSEvERY DAYn P1For the benefit of thosenwbo could not get tbelr shares ot the specIals the openIng day We have a neW supply oti singhams oll toes and domestIcs of whIch were going tol at the price quoted below MONDAYS SPEC- IALSCALICOES From 10 to 1034we will sell best quality Calico 10 yards to 21lardC COTTON CHECKS From 2 to 230 will sell best lOc grade or cotton checks and 5customere 1 Iar o I pans us evidenced by deed or record In the office aforesaid In Deed Doook No 36 page 282 LevIed upon ad property or James Yertrets thIs July 12 1909 r it II MARTIN S 0 C 4 ExecutlQlI No 2 book NO 9 htoh Issued Cram tile Clarkli office or the Butler Circuit Court ugklhat T W Wallace V Flener cn the sth day of June 1909 for tile wIth lntoreSt thereon tram the14th day of Soptent her i90Duntil paid also the bunt or- 1Gl0 whIch to the said Flanerby salt court was itho cost 1n that suit expended I will on Momday the 2nd day or the- ixiurt huSe dbOr in Hartford ICsof C SI TUESDAY SPFtCIAL DOMESTIC From 10 to 1030 we will sell Rope quality full bleached Do mestic soft fllllsii and 38 inches wIde 10 yards to each v customer at per yard 6CFrom 2 to 230 we will sell Hoosier 11L brown Dementia 10 yards to the customer at per yard Wednesdays specIals same us specials same as Tuesdayta for for salato the highest apd Lest bidder the following descrIbed proper ty or so much theroct as many bQnoc town 9t Cromwell OhIo County Kentucky and is part of the P F Paxton lot John 1IpckerNs and runs with a street towards the river 43 feet thence west 172 feet North 38 feet thence ElUt172tljet to the beGinning being the Same lot con veyel to Susan Ilratt llerbY w sdn strap and wltelnn 271005 and ro corded In Aced Book No 30 page 129 Also another lot adjoining same be sinnIng at Northeast corner and fun- ning with street towprdsrtver 40 eeti thence West 173 feet hence north 40 tot being samolot conveyed to Susan Bratcher Uy JW Kahn I1H wife Jas Also anotberltc scand lot and 1 I b 1t Closes 2 THE e- slMattngs t 0 d I o I Bed Spreads Etc i N I All pew cleaqand fresh tQ go at prices abopt oneIuilt their actual value You know Baker dotit I care t 0cheerfUJlyurLOOK FOR THE BIG SIG- NBROSHARREL ROCKPORT KENTLCK Sheriffs HartfordKyoffer addllt beIIn Ser1Ls SaleB- yvirtueof hlflivor6r 6umor4800 ndtgdgedfO Augurilr7C001at 3C MondaysThursdays requlrClItowit beglllningat beJlnntusthIs BookNo acea Curtains- Window Sbades GREEN adjoining frst deseribel house and lot on south sldo and including the remainder or Eaii Paxton lot towards the river being same house anti lot conveyed to Susan IIratcher by W T T1lford and wife April 2ttlr 1905 Deed hook Nd 2bpage 4190blo Colm ty Clerks gffice All of the property was conveyed tcrT 1V Wllllaco by Su sal Bratclier and J WDrather bY Deed dated 8Ul day Qt June 1907 and recorded In Deed Book IVo 35p1go 257 Ohio County Clerks office Levi 3- ad upon as the prpportyotl W Wal Iacethis Jt1112 I I09- U t12dAR NSO C- By JAMES W 31ARTIN D S 4 rji MEN DEMHALLygr d IJLLTtrJlBest for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed t f tafx l