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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t1 I CjjttiI H tattferibr t Bqublicanr ft Fine Job Work lot DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I VOLxxiI l HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 6 909 No31 1 I tt DEMOCRAT CON I ft VENTION TAME I 4 i Hartford Politicians Make Uy the Slate I iResolutions Criticising Presentt County Administration Adopted The Democratic convention held nt the courthouse last Monday was t i well attended by the democracy from over the county but owing to the fact that It was a Mass Conventionl l It Ids an easy matter for oneo r two Iartford politicians to make up the t slate and put It through as the con I vention was tmore largely attended by the persons near Hartford than from remote sections of the county Circuit Court also added largely to the attendance and the Republicans were there In large numbers to see what would be the outcomes of the affair The convention organized by the Jelection of Mr S J Weller Chairman 4I and Mathews Secretary On motion the chairman appointed tho following committee on resolu tions T E Butler S J TIchenor- J W Foster G D Likens and T E Cooper The committee was only out five minutes giving the Impres sion that the resolutions had already been prepared and placed In cold storage probably several days before hand The fact that some persons who had been prominently mentioned for the Important offices refused at the t IJmoremoment to allow their names to I used placed the leaders somewhat 1at sell about the nomination an i they were finally made for the most whetber or not r part without knowing t the nominees would accept In one r Instance that of Supt ot School prof Ozda S1Ultz nominated and was d a nominee for only half an hour whe- i n lie declined and Mss Mllltie E Mose Icy teacher In the primary department of Ohio County HIgh School was sub tistltuted A committee on resolu lions made the following report ti The Democrats of Ohio county In Convention assembled lIIWOVO the cull of this convention and hereby r pledgo our hearty support to the cnn didatce who may be nominated and to the nominees for district offices We refer with pride to the progres stvc ccopomlcal and JuslusHllke administration of the countS affairs when managed by and under time cob trol of Democratic officers and wo can upon all good cltlzen to compare the deplorable condltlcn of tho coan- lys affairs since the Republicans lnv land control of the offices with the condltl01JS that existed when they as sumed the control of tho countys bus jE 4nesa and we cordially invite all ye ters who believe In absolute fair lloal fag to the members ofol1 parties and i believe Itlhe appllcatlqn of business methods In the management or the I counts flnnnclal affairs to oool- ef rate with sln lecting officers who will redeem the Bounty from Its bur deu of indebtedn rs and give the leo 1 pie all over the county Improvements f commensurate with the taxes they are compelled to pay i Resolved That this convention nom i candidates for tM county off iInato the following order flist Rllresebtlltlveil 2nll County Ord CountyClbtk 4th CGiunty Attorney 5th S pfCnin- m 1 on Schools Ut1i SherIfh 7th CircuIt Court CkirIit Stb Jufier th Asses 11th Justice andConen+ sorb tOtti 1 Constable of District No l 12th Jus Ute and Constable of Dlstt1ct Nu 2 lathl Justice and Constable of Dls trtct O 3i 14tb Justt a nd 15ih JuptiO and ble of Dislrlct o IConstableiof District No S and that theoml Cr e by t t the respective Justice Districtss Dlsttjict t tied amid tho nomInees of the x Convention be made the nomInee of thin RysppcttullyeubmittoL I I dii ii N ks z sJ TICHFNOR 1 WFOSTER T EC OP N r The resoNtJons were 1nanlDo Y- adotefav d the follovritig ticket was made up i gpreeeatatLro Albert Cox y- t 1 Y nNti CoUnty JudgeDudley Ford County court ClerkChasWMoseley- Cqunty AttoreyJ il tanderfur- Supt SchootsMattfe E Mosele- yShorlt JI Lllasste 1 Circuit Court ClerkHookerilltams I JailerJim Tom Moore Assessor1 J Hoover CorQiurI E Go- ffSurcorJ L Drown The rolUllJIltJons for Magistratu and Constable In the several dlsticI s were disposed of us limtttordE P Daruett7Maglatrnte J W Foster Constable Bearen DatTJohn Shultz Magistrate SO Fogle Constable nockportcO Taylor Magistrate Henry Cumntlns Constable CeutprtotrnV E Calaway Magistrate S M Dexter Constable InosineE L Alford Jla6lsGutd IWm lllller Constable Sulphur SpringsThomas Saunders Magistrate L C Crawford Cousta ble FordsvllleT A Evans Magistrate N R Baize Constable DartleUsJ L Patton Magistrate In only one or the Magisterial dls trlets have time democrats any show for success In the Dnrtletts district where they have considerable majo rlty The convey tion was a very mild affair throughout and very little en thuslasm wall dlslllaed at times It oven took on the aspect of funerlll services as everyone present seem ed to appreciate the utter hopeless ness ofa successful tight owIng to the fact that the nominations had to be ghee to people who only agreed to take them In order to make out the ticket The ticket Is made up of the very Lest people In the Democratic party but by those who were not anxious to the congest and who have lglvtfno promisee thgt they will In aUlNrate a fight hrt1he face of the overwhelming Republican majority In the county CENTRAL CITY MAR SNAL PARDONED Governor Says He Was Brave Officer Doing Only JHis Duty I Gov Slllson last Saturday granted parduh to John McGann on two Indict ments returned against hint In the Mulenberg Circuit Court ono for the willful murder of J D Wuod anti the other for the murder of John Wootl McGann was recently sentenced to serve two years In the penitentiary but the Court of Appeals granted hint n new trllli llchann shot time Woods to dralh during a fight at the depots Central City when ho wits city mar shal The Governor gives strong rea sons for his actions He says I have no doubt whatever that John McOann was a brave upright honest and usetult officer simply doln his duty against lawless desperate audI dangerous men The Court of Appeals reversed the Judgement for manifest unfairness and it I should insist up on these cases being tried It would simply result In a great hardship to a man who has already exhausted his means and through the kindness of his old mother her mean III time do tense of unjust Indictments GREEN BRiER Aug 3School at this place Is progressing tine with Prot G W White as teacher Quite n number ftom this place at tended the DemocraUc Convention at Hartford Monday Mr A N Wilson and wIfe visited his brother Judge John D Wilson of Hartford Monday I Mrs Thomas Fulkersonqf Beaver Dan Is visiting her sister Mrs QznIlShiltz this week Capt A D Stanley and dapghter Mrs Daisy Shxer of Beaver Darn visited the family of Mr DN Wily sonSunday rolr and Mrs Dean Ball of Para disewere the guests dtMr and Mrs Ozna Shultz Saturday aud Sunda- y1rOzna Shutt began his school tit McHenry Tuesday The house and contlutsbljn eInS to MrsLt I Borsch tvae destroyed by t1rp recently Therewill be preaching atGreenf- 3rlor f diY 1 Rer Durl2ll ir Y t r r LEAF TOBACCO TAX EXPLAINS- Bradly Goes Into DetailsI of His Amendment Kentucky Senator Insists That Grower Is BenefitedMust- Be Trace of the Weed Washington Aug 2Senator Bra ley makes the following statement Under the leaf tobacco amendment the farmer or producer has ported- freedom to sell his leaf tobacco In tin hand to whom he chooses without payment of any tax Retllllers will be required to register wIth time collector of the district their name o rstyle of placo of residence trade o business and the place where such trade or business is to be carried o this cap he done simply by n lettc- to the collector and upon receipt of the answer thereto and the rules pre scribed for keeping books they can proceed to sell and may sell leaf tobacco In the hand raised In the Unit ed States to any person In any quantity less than a hogshead except a manufacturer of tobacco snuff or ci gars without time payment of any tax If one falls to register he Is subject to a tine of 5 He Is required to keeli a book and enter therein dally his purchases of leaf tobacco and his sales where such sales amount to two pounds or more to one person In one day Such records shall be kept wrIt ten up to date In such form and con tamping such entries as shall be pr ascrIbed by the commissioner of Inter nal revenue with the approval of the secretary of the treasury and such books shall be kept open at all times for the Inspection ot any Internlll rev uue officer or agent He Is required under regulations prescribed tlS aforesaid to furnish on demand to any Internal revenue officer or authorIzed agent ot the treasury department a true and correct list with the navies and resldenc 0 of the affirmation of all sales In 0110 day with time name nndresldence of time person to whom sold with time quantity sold It time retllller wilfully refuses to furnish such Information or to keel the book or knowIngly makes any labluItoas also time making of time wrItten statement and will require bub little lrpuble as small sllls under two pounds will not have to be entered There has been much crIticIsm of time bill by persons who were mlllln formed anti who were misled by the fact that the 10pound limit In the amendment Ilsptlllsed In time senate was omitted from the bill and time further tact that the portion of thu bill requirIng time farmer to keep book as under thUJoMcKlnll law was strIcken from the present bill The argument that there Is no more reason why memorandum of sales of tobacco should bo kept than sales of corn Is utterly misleading Corn Is not taxed but tobacco is Manufacturers of tobacco snuff and cigars are taxed and If there wore np steps taken by whelk the sales of Teat could bo traced such sales would open the door to fraud There Is much cigar tobacco raised In the United Stated and those who manu fncture clgarslf no trace of the sales otlenf Were required could fill thelrdepleted cigar boxes with fresh- cigars trohi time to time and thus es- Cape detection and defraud the gory ernmept It4s true that mmo plgartoy bacco ls raised In Kentucky but time bill couldnot be made applicable to Keatpckyrilenetbut necessarily erii rac the whole country So far as regulationniakuse it Inni1k19gj whisky without be strictrulesOL TON The death angel vldlted the home of Mr and Mrs Latoti Patterson near Fallen nock Tuesday night and claimed the splritrof their little girl aged three months Mr Henry pruttt Is teach ing4 tho- Fallen RockschooJThlsls Mr Pruitt tJrat schoohMay ho be auccessfuh- f J t w Miss Angle Whltel EUzabethtown Is here for n months visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Virgil Whitely ofDhis parents Mr anti Mrs James Wudo near Fallen Rock this week 11r and Mrs Nuto Jieyre Spotts yilio are the guests of Mr Myors parents Mr and Mrs J U Myors 1It Mrs Louie Hall Jingo was time guest of firs Iollna hall and J1rs Jahn Allen from Wel1ncsday until Sunday and was accompanied home liZ her husband and Son Lonnle mud Saturdayamid Mondor sidit her sister MaytJIm Bryant Horton were guests of Ntss Ella Cummings Sunday Mlsses Haggle and Clara 31y and Mr Arthur May Leltchtidd are the guests of fir George SL Clair Mr John F Allen attended the Obh- Co league of Post masters at Hart nford Monday rMr Ion Witite Horse Branch was In Olatou Monday LONG ILLNESS ENDS IN DEATH Mrs Dr Felix a Well Known and Mnch Loved Woman Succumbs On Saturday morning July 31st 1909 At her home lr miles cast of Ula deatheappeared unto Mrs Clara Felix wife- of Dr Charles W Felix she expiring lapsed Into that dreamless sleep ush et peacefully Into that great beIyond without any sign of sadness n her passingher noble spirit join Ing tlio Choir invisible of those Immortal dead who live again in salads made Jotter by their presence lira Felix was a laughter of 11r mud Mrs E C Beard Kansas City Mo both of whom were at her bed side continuously for miiany veks be fore her death her illimess having been of nluet One days duration tlotm She leaves only ono child Garuott aged about 13 years Mrs Felix wusI n kind mother IUIII n must devoted wfo mind no life can take her place In this comunudty wlllro her noble work for the hcttermcnt of thu community hips exerted n most powerful Inln elite for good Quito a number of friends weroat till Station plntulm early Sunday morning to accompany the reuninsto tic Fordsvlllu Cemetery at lbrls rule Cy where the body now lies at rest to await the coining of our lord Besides her huebanddaughtornather and mother Mrs Felix leaves three sisters mid one brother to mouru her death Her sisters are Mrs Dovonla Rhoads Chichgo ill Mrs Geneva Sampsell nnd Mrs Dr Drew amid brother Ervin Beard Kansas City Mo With the fight of this noble soul rout earth to its Heavenly Ilwl ling was left n gloom of sadness over Olaron and community n broken family and many sorrowIng frIends but wh ly and many sorrowing Uhuds lIUlf while earth Is sad without these good t people when they pass away Heaven Is made better by their pre ence and we are made to live more like God Intended we should oqr lives grow a better when such jewels are taken away Marriage LIcenses A Rhea Tichenor Winchester Ark age flit to Genule Boyd Matauzas age 16 John L Stevens Centertown age 24toMyrtle Lousy McHemy age 17tJ E Bishop Ceralvo age 32 to Ella Decker COralvo age 16- Hardin F Lane Philpot Ky mugs 36 to Maggie White Olaton Age 30 The School of Music Persona desiring II fell course In Vocal and Instrumental or Public School muulc wlIlenjo unexcelled op portunltles in the Western Normal Write forspecial Information Address 1L it Oherty Bowling Green 1n I il t4 i 9 i y 1 TRUSTEES ELEG lION TOMORROV Best Qualified Men Should Be Chosen For Positions I Judge W B Taylor Authorized to Name two Young Men toI State University By Supt DeWeese During the absence of the Supt at the annual encampment at E llII1g ton Aug 9 to IS Mr H E Brown wit occupy the office anti look after the affairs pertalning to It Mr BIrch Shtelds has tendered hits resignation as teacher In subdistrict i No U Division No 4 I The placing of names of candidates on the ballot to ho used itt the elec lion Saturday Is not essential any rotor the privilege of casting his vote for anyone for trustee who Is llIIglble for the place Thele are not perhaps exceeding a dozen prInted names ou the ballots in the sixty or more districts where electtoas are to he held Every voter should exercise the privilege t for his choIce as trusteeIThe new school tor the six n county will be organized durhmg the latter par of August The new trustees elected n the various sub distritcs of the county on next Saturday should bo exceedingly careful lu determlng for whom they shall vote for Division Chairman This office Is one of vast Importance to the county and no one except an honorable upright Intelligent concient- fous citizen should be elevated to the place Prof O L Shultz who Is the pria clpal of the FordBtlite graded school has been elected as teacher In the scientifIc dopnrttneut of the Owens boro High School He will not enter upon lmis new duties until about Janu uy 1st fits will enable lint to COII- IIIlele his work at Fordsvllle before as ullling his uuty duties It is gttle a trice and a deserved n1ol1otlon fur Prof Shultz Mr Oscar W Trvau of OIlenUh was In town timid week looking mutter the State tnivuraity Ile found quite u taw prospective students County Judge W U Taylor Is an- tharized by time nnmageuoat of the 3tutu Ummiversity to tlesgeute tWJ young amen front Olio county to take the Civil lsngluters worse lu the Unlversty lime tuition In this cuttrae tu these appointees Is nisoht- toly enc Any young man In time comfy desirhig to become a Civil Engineer shuulcl impply ut once to Judge Taylor for one of throe appoint ments Of course time first to conic amid solicIt them will receive then If qualified The new school building at Herbert Ky has been completed and accepted Time district emubraces the old 3ou wood maid Miller districts It is- n splendid uuu structwu mill the peo pie of the cUIllI1Junlty are exceedingly prauud of It The conuulltee for the purchase of school desks composed of J L UI11n- J M UolVeese and W C Ashley per elapsed 216 desks from au OWtJusboro Monday Time dells will be dis- ribute among time now houses The County Board of Education authorized the salaof the old building at Sunnytlale and mho coustrccfion of new house All contractors Interested to the letting of the contract for the building of this house should communicate with F D Dllubn Hartford Ky Prot U E Drown hips moved with Ails family to Hartford He w1l1 devote his time during time month of Au gtlst to visiting varIous prospective school students over time county Everyone Interested should communi Time neltt county oxmuhtutiuu ol cafe with blotto year will bo hold here August 20h and 21st NARROWS Aug 3Mrs Dr Nunn of fuisv- illo Is visiting relatives here Rev Reginald Bennett who has been attending school at Nashville Tenn for some time is at home to spend vacation ailsa Nona Murphy is visiting c Intends In Hartford thIs week I Mr J liurdlnson wife and children Ky are visiting their parents AltonI and daugl1- Iter Ruby Sulphur Springs visited and Mrs T II Thomas acid unit ly Saturday and Suudy- Mri and Mrs Will Pari who have been vlsltlng relatives in Hvnder501r for the poet twu weeks came home Sunday Messrs J Ii Thomas J D Ren- lrow and E G Kirby were In Hartford Moudny- Mr Mack Daniel wife amid children Olaton visited Mr 14B Daniel and family Saturday and Sunday Miss Bessie Renfrow who has been home on vacation has returned to Bowling Green where site will attend school Several front here attended the pie nlc at Sulphur Springs Saturday Isabel Thmuas spent last week In Sulphur Springs visiting frIends and relatives RALPH Aug 2Most nil the farmers are through cutting grass Messrs No Howard and Ernie Roach who have had malarIa fever tor the past Vivo weeks are better Marvin Moseley of Uwensboro is HowIFollows rally at Sulphur Springs Saturday All report a fine time Mr Pete Brown Magan was ht town Sunday School will not begin here for several week on account uf whooping cough Misses Bettle and Kate Klttinger South Carrollton are vlsithtg Pearl Howard this week Dodo went to see his Black Eyes Sunday Ivan Edge who has typhoid fever Is no better Mr J O Wells the Rural Route car tler made his first trip today GOUn LEAVES FOR ENCAMPMENT MONDAY Recently Recruited up to Maxi mum StrengthPersonelle of the Company Company H Thrd limit K S G will leo lIaltfortl at S ocloek a m Monday Aug 9 anti arrive fit Beaver Dam it 10 a nny amid will 1 ben leave on the 1131 tralll for Earlington- wheru It will splllll ten days In mon uuvering mud target practice It had recently been recruited Ill to ltd maximum strength anti will he the lur gent cunulmany that has over Sand out of IlarHoll1 The following Is the llellIlJlwlle CUIII knees Ji DeWeeae FIrst lieut B M Woodward First Sargnl e n Shown Quariw Mae ter Marvin Black Duty Searlt Oscar Flener Vllllnut S Liles DouglaS D Felix Allison J lJalllUtt Curpo rals John Stevens Fred Rlhortsoll Don H Bennett II B Shuwn Arthur Petty Musicians Trimble Pendleton and Ernest Huxley Cooks Seymore Bennett and Orlan Park Privates Ar met Ashley Ira Allen lan Allen Den Blair Cliff Burden Joseph Dlownd Clarence Carson Roy Chapman Wnlter Chapman lIerbert Felix alter D Gray Jesse Iloagland Clarence Howard Rolllo Johnson wn son Jones P J Jenney James Lewis Olden Lake Clarence Mitchel Charlie D flanker Rufus Mlutop Ira Mox ley J A Ollel Willie Pirtle Shelby Park Emmett Park Clarence Rowd Herbert Rowe Seth Riley Estill Smith Clem Schroader John Tichenor Sidney Wlillamll E N Williams D S- Williams G W White Estill Wilklne- Marvti Woerner j irgt1 Thanks We wish to return our lmoartfolt thanks to our neighbors and other kind friends for their attentions and klndnsses shown us durIng the re cent Illness and death of our dear mother Mrs Nancy King May rho Lord reward thorn In Ills own good way and we assure them that we are always ready to serve thom In nny needful hour Respectfully TIlE CHILDREN Hartford Ky July 24 Ladies Notice A plea line of Picture Ermines coin pleted at low prices Stf HARTFORD MILL COI I o itTOE ICE MAN AS I SEEN BY PUBLIC And as He Really and I TrulY Is I Try as Hard as He Can He is Unable to Please Every Body rb lee aua In tM paWIe eye Is a- Uoelplex sad contradictory ItadRfd cu Ifs is a eoW blooded robber fatteD fag not the peoples aeeesoltp He Is- M shrple u a baby you caA eheat him as eeffy ti you eotdd take candy troa a tw lie Is a zssregieian who can nark the weather to soh Ilk pur pesos as yet lie haIIt sent osoerh to get la out of tile rain lie osght to answer all calla at all I LImes as fattbfaliy as a doewr and be Itat ttuDlaD He b a pub plc servlee corporatloDbat witbon- tfrapehlemind you And ke does oanduct Ills boMnesa on bcstntes- prlaatples but aU the same he is- sold to bM growing enorwaossiy rich soiflag hoses water He hasnt arty rlgbUl but must scrupulously obI serve the rights real and fancied ot J ovary body else In short to Iceman as he public sees him Is auyt- Alag from uaootopali to II Idiot all le It II his fate to serve the- pfablle is Us ntost uncomfortable and UUJaiOnalile moods Noa tile Ice man as be really Isthat ls as we see hlmIs an honI oa hardworking Iong snffering- sweettempered angelic person We- reggae i that tills Is but a feeble trI 1111li6Icy the public I present a hw communications which the tC man has rceIvod from I the dear people in the course of bus aets wblch shows their notion ot him As they come from widely separate points It shows that the unlnr hap opInion of the pffilile Is the same Some of these communications will- sound I familiar like a letter from nome as It were others will be now I to some of yon because they have been inspired by local conditions j Flrat here Is the tamlllar cry of Rob i her In what the writer believed to be a very sarcastic tune andEveryt- ime I buy a pieeo of Ice from you I teol that I am wing robbed and I gauged Talk about the iniquity of wtez1ng stocks Its ntthlug to the uay In wblchi water your profits at Ue oxrwnlN uf a suUerlng public C4tnt1SUPJlOtbat will leave you ibo per tfJDl and yuail steep better at night Tbii oomtnunJeakm Is given Irej rrcnee over aeveral In a alrnUr vela I because the mere suggentlon of the pmsalbtllty of aGO Ir cent In the let bsslross after going through such a aeteos as 190Y Is retreahng andollug1ls j man Is not a howling dervlab t lie II really a sensible sort of fllow who has had his mind warped h1 reading n rerun class of newapuper- artleleL i Talk with him ItI man to JIIall and ahuw him that the profits of the Ice buelnesa lUll not inflated mnnai11ntontnitro times out ot ten hell quit knock log and become It booster for the lee rran among Isla tltlghllOrIAs we all know prlere If Ice arJ1 In different towns on account of the cast ot fuel labor and water but oundttions uudr whlcll delivery Is made is the great uonaldemtton In IVtI1a1lda team which the usual attendance I rqn nerd dues deliver two to throe tlmo u much Ice as the Huoe team can In a town which is hilly orone- 1u which the delivery extends w scattered suburbs The public does not understand this nor does It that the hulk of the Icu ImowI Bono In lour nrontbH while Is a partial business lu tour other months and virtually none In tire tour months of wlnteraud yet the expensive organization must be maintained UlroughfJut the year These Iactl yatlentiy explained will convince reasonabl t Iitople that the Ice man Is not a robber or in any way different from other business men In adjusting his profits to eJCllelsesli- lDEIIVI1IU1 S AIU A FAVOIt- ITJI TARGET On the subject ot dellverfee the puhlic Is fertile In criticism and sug- goetlon The trouble Iii most irdplp- see It crly front till vlowpolut of Weir personal couvetdence No one I Rut a woman coulll have written the t gem It ffemSyou cool Ice only when- you fo1 like It and let the public ofsuffert Lnr 0 ch the tine This RIO ruls I saddeaiy discovered that I WU out of Ice Pretty IIOOR one or your aageaa came along and I shouted to the driver but he never even tamed Ids head jUt drone on I newer saw melt a personfttcatlon of Insolence and Indifference before Like master In your clutches and we tare to take what you are minded to give us and at your convenience The whole theory and practice oft delivery Is to get the most Ice to the most people In the quickest 1 time A system based upon that I prtDdph cannot be otherwise than equftable and ImpartIal lint It Is as Impossible to make a delivery sys tea whteh wilt satlsfy everybody as It avoid be to arrange a railroad lschedule which woeld pleeEC all tray elers Investigation of the complaint of thIs lady showed that she had tried 0 stop Ii won which was on the I way to its regular route In another portion of the eity and under or dove not to Ialt until he got there TIt driver was right In Ignoring her I ball nor eosld he spare the time to- atop and take as explanation When this tact was pointed out to her she saw the rNSOaabteas of R at once being a sensible woman and the telillogdepot by pbone the chief ot delivery would have arranged to set Ice to her Inls hot one is from a man who xea evidently righting mad I wouldnt mlDd paying your prices for ice It youd throw In a little- accommodation Jiy wile entertained some friends last evening and abOut 1730 she toDd out that she needed iiias addltlocal tea cents worth of Ice for the frsezer She phoned you but the stun at your end ot the wire said It was Impossible to make th delivery Ths is a very little mat ter and It would not have cost you much to oblige us But It Is fJl dent you are cwt at all anxious to acaommodattIthis complaint was made had his schedules bs arranged toot wagons are aU In settlements made and drivers released by G oclOOk Consequently the deliver could not be made I am informed that this company has hired men to deliver pieces ot Ice after hours In cases of sickness or other emergency at an expense which was In each roe five or six times greater than the amount realized from the sale of the Ice and was met with no appreciation by the ones served THE EXTRA WAGON IDEA This gentleman Is not as smart as he thought he was l1aent you ot M1118e enough to put on more wag inns on Sundays and extra hot flays Dont you know YQud sell more Ice Or do you expect people to walt to the let bole and Jet It and be thankful for the chance lIThis cmplafut la senseless whFu analyzed Extra wagons do not tacl I1ue deliverlE on busy dlJIIHlt do create a great deal of dlrIUfac Lion One driver skips Ii lot ot CUll omen because he thinks the other driier will serve them and the route t balled up tram ore end to the ether EOn If this was not the lase lit would be Impossible to pick up men who have the skill stud kllOw- lecJe to cut Ice properly or who could be trusted In other ways SUNDAY DELIVERIES eltmluaIira supply ot lee on Saturday The Ice bustneea s strentous and It would to Ii great ult i lug If outhoritks In clues and towns would pruhlblt the SundaysIttverest In seven so ntxeeary to every IIDdy the Ice men It would seem being the exception As It Iii even the minister oon- opule U there is no lee In his pulpit IJItther on tae Sabtazttand yo how easy It would lIe for the sexton to provide fur that on SltunIa after noon The JIAN WHO IS HAD TO GLT AT here is a kick a dlllhents from another angle On n street which is Just a couple or blocks away from my house everybody can gH lee nut the driver refuses to conic up to my place It you are selling Ice to the public why dunt you give everybody a square dent and quit playing ftv- orites Thls way of letting drivers islck the easy places and cut out the bad ones ts might ioor bud neAS I think umetitnes a complaint tike this orl- glnates In a suburb where there are nu streets and the trail Is fillet with gullies In getting to such a plat perhaps the only one In the block caJUr for Ice the Is I cua1tomerwrollb1de of the prolit and loss account It Isa scod Idea to Invite the cooperation Qf such n man by showing him the hardship delivery would estop and suggeatlag that lio meet te wagon or Ears eotuo one N I ttT X meet It at the keareet ueeolble7 point v- ICE COMPANIES NOT PUBLIC SWR viCE CORPORATIONS 1 This tarn must have bees an amateur lawyer Why dont 1 deliver Ice after dark That Is wheaa great many people need It most And I believe the taw can snake you do It r give place to thlll communication because It embodIes an Idea which I Is prevalent that Ice companies tare j public service corporations and Aught I to be under the control or the j municipal authorities The best ar- gumentI to people who hold this idea- IsI that an Ice company Is a business organization and has no franchises and special rgthts such as are en joyed hr water light and streetcar companies As a clincher show them that the Ice company Is mach mono anxious to deliver Ice than the pub lie Is to receive It as the com- panyI cannot get Its money until It gives the customer his Ice I THE QUESTION OF CREDiT A woman writes as follows If have been buying Ice from you for years and yet your driver refused to credit me today when I happened not to have the change My credit Is good all over town and would be good wtn you It you did business on business prInciples In many places this could not be a complaint and even In those towns whore dealers do business on the coupon system or on a strictly cash basis tls complaint would really nee no reply It you hue a rule stick j to and enforce It rigidly Had this- Ilady called up the office when shE found she did not have the change j some way would hue been arranged to serve her and at the same time f protect the driver In making his St tJementiTHE ICE MAN AS AN EASY IARK As a variation let us take a look at the Ice man as an easymark This letter III also from a woman In putting back some things Into the refrigeator which he had removed Ini order to store the Ice your awkward driver broke a cut glass bowl worth bowllanddont you hire drivers who are used to handling glassware The manager of the company to whom this complaint was made preferred to get whatever discount there was In glassware So he took the bowl and matched It for the stupendous sumof fifty cents Service Inside the house fal matter of accommodation In most places Ice Is not delivered In the house and the sale la based upua delivery at the premises ot the cusp tomer This practice or the driver emptying a refrigerator putting In the Ice and then replacing the articles he had taken out Is one ot the greatest causes of delay and Increas ed cost or delivery Wherer the custom prevails patrons should be outdo to understand clearly that this speelal service Is gratuitous and that the company cannot assume re- sponslbtlity for accidents A WAil OOCI WEIGHTS lIere Is a wall about weights Your Insolent driver rofus to weigh Ice on my sealta and Insists fin using the scalCd attached to hIs wagon Is that pure cussedness on his u4rt or is It another way you have of doing your poor customers Ignorance inspires such complaints Most cities and towns now have scales ordinances and inspectors of weight and measures The justice ot insist lag upon the use ot the companys scales whIch have been tested and 0 Kd ought to he iSelteldent There Is no accounting however for the oiueer crlllkies In the brains of some women A lady comtslnined that the company was robbing her hy Including rhe weight of the hooks In the l5 pounds of Ice she was getting She know she was right because the he hooks and all only weighed 2 pound on her scales On Investigation the wolghlng capacity of her scales eras round to he limited to 2i pounds RULES MADE 1111 WILAT1IYy Here Is the way a crosseyed man saw the Ice mans rules You have a lot of rules but they arc nil to the good for you and nil to the bad for the people who have to take what you give them Why dont you Set up some rules that are at least halt way fair The answer to this was that the rules of the ice company are based upon getting the most Ice to the meat people and that meant the gre est good to the greatest number they could not be otherwise thn fair and right He saw the Igiht and threw away his hammer A BRUIIA T SUGGESTION The best always comes last and this brilliant Idea caps the climax or- therc complaints and suggestions The way some of your drivers are knocking down on you Is outrago Due Why dont you remedy tlft5 Why not get Uli R duplicate c u n- slilllJar to ralircad conductcrs cash damfreighty t 4 1 r r tamer for drrfer eestemers to reta1a others TIle vfM of a fat wetnqe1e4 driver punching sad tearing duplica delirejAnd the knock downs Well Just I the samo THE VALUE OF PVBLlCIT IIn conclusion I wiaI to say that- a a recital or the experience or my own company In dealing wIth the public and the result of its efforts to Induce the people to see the Ice man as he really Is may be Inter esting and suggestive At the begin ning of this season we planned a campaign of education engaged space In the newspapers and went to work systematically We opened the campaign by Invit- Ing the public to oooperate with us In the improvement of Ue delivery system and Eked for suggestions and complaintss We tried to make our reading matter Interesting and sincere and candtd We explained the cause of delay In delivering and show ed that many complaints were based upon a misunderstanding or the con dlUons under which we were operating In brlefw e aproach the pub lic In a spirit of goodwIll and met with a hearty response The practical results were shopn In a marked decrease or complaints and crltlclshls in fact they dwindled proIgressed We feel well repaid for the expenditure and t would advise other Ice companies to undertake similar campaigns next season I shall be pleased to show some of our advertisements and give information as to depails Intelligent publicity paysW J Rusbton Beware of Ointments for Cat arrh That Contains Mercury as mercuy will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when enterln i It through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except- Ion prescriptions from reputable phy as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can pos slbly derive from them Halls Catarr i Cure manufactured by F J Cheney mercurydirectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure he sure you get the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold hy Druggists Price j5c per bottle Take Haila Family Pills for constipation m In loving Memory Of our dear uncle Henry Leach who was born August 12 1850 and departed this me July 13 1909 after an Illness of about ten months He has gone from earth to heaven to live with his wife and two little daug tens and son who have gone on before leaves two daughters and lour sisters and a host of other relativesI and frlneds to mourn his was an earnest chrtstlau Had been a membEr of the M P Church for quite a numbEr of years You hare kindred over yonder On that bright and happy shore Where you Ue and reign with AngelsWhere Is no more His Nieces PEARL AD DUMIE UEEIt Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stote a elvll war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and thoAgrave to cause his death i constracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me In spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 poudds Thea I began to use Qr Kings New Dlscovery hlch restored my hllllh comptetel I snow weigh liS pounds For sever Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled Oc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists nt take MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria EQJ1ITY BURLEY PEOPLE 60 ALONE President Cantril Says They Will Pool Own Crop He GivesOut Long Interviews in Which He Gives Equity Societys Side If all goes well there will be two Burley tobacco poolsone by the Burley Tobacco association and one by the American Scclet ot equity PresldeJt Campbell Cantrll of the Equity society says his society will present a pooling plan to the Burley tobacco growers and that It will be more satisfactory than the present 1909 pool pledge Mr Cantrll declines to go Into a personal controversy with 311ss Lloyd Closing a long interview he says I have tobacco In the pool and feel as a member of the Burley so- clety that I was entitled to that In formation The information was refused by the attorney apd the Bur ley lord present but It seems to me that the Burley board Is taking an In defensible position when It refuses even to tell to members for what general purpose their money Is being spent The Burley board can never hope to succeed unless It Is frank with Us membership We have been told recently that the members of the j board were very successful men and were entitled to large salaries They are a One body of gentlemen without exception but as a matter ot cold business we see the sorry spec tacle of a sale going on at Winchester of tobacco that every man In the i pool thought was sold long ago and the sale being made for the purpose 0I beginning long and costly litigation when had the first sale been made on business principles the money for this tobacco would have been In the bands or the growers long ago yet the tobacco growers are paying salaries amonunUng to i5ooo per year to be made In the end a party to a lawsuit I stated In an artlce a few days ago that I was not seeklngtlOOntrovers I remake the statement now I only again ask that the contract be so changed that a majority of the tobac co growers of the Burley district will sign It so that we may have a pool strong enough to sell the tobcnco when It Is ready for market and not a weak pool that we will have to hold for two or three years and then have cut out another crop to sell It When these changes are made I will cheerfully support the pooling pledge and trust to change myself from an undesIrable Into a once more desirable One In the minds ot the Burley board and its press bureaus In conclusion I beg to say that It Is apparent that the Burley society will never concede n paint to the people In Us contract The Society I of Equity believes In pooling tobacco and will shortly present a contract to the tobacco growers or the Burley district for their consideration and adoption which will heave to the pea pIe In the pool the rower to manage attalrslandthe people I propose to take the field tor this contract It It Is ndopted by the tobacco growers I wilt advocate the pool along this line prgtug all to bacco growers to sign it I have stat ed at all times that I believe In the pooling Idea and the et ye controversy has been over the terms of the contract Revolts at Old Steel Your only hope said three doctor to Mrs M E FIsher Detroit lIch lies In an operation then I usedI Dr KIngs New Ute Pills she writes till wholly cured They preI vent Appendicitis cure Constipation Headache 25c at all m 11CassoWhercas It has pleased the Great j Ruler of the universe who dooth all things well to call from our wigwam belvoed brother Otis Maddox to lour Happy Hunting Grounds above from which no traveler oer returns where all la Joy peace 8ciappleu Brother Maddox was born th Ohio county Kyt May4tli i88id rted fi this 1Ifo U30 p uiWednesday JUlY 8th 1909 When his spirit took Its flight to the God who gave it Brother blad dox was made II Re Man June 1907 at Hartford Ky and later transferred to this tribe and has always been a faithful workers for the order The ceremony was performed at the grave by the Red 10len assisted by the Odd Fellows which he was also L member cJtHe Is survived by his wife ono child father mother and five sisters many rleatlves and friends who are let to mourn his untimely death Resolved That in the death of brother Maddox the tribe has lost a true and faithful member his wire a dear husband the child a loving fath er the community a good citizen Resolved that this tribe tender to tile bereaved family their profound and heartfelt sympathy 1n their great hour of sorrow Resolved That a copy or these re solutions be spread on our record book a copy be sent to the bereaved family also copies be sent to the County papers and American Red Men for publication R H TAYLOR J A LEACH E M CARTERjCommlttet1Beaver Dam Ky MENDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Gills and Fever Guaranteed In Memory Ot Mrs J L Miller nee Sanders who departed this Ute July lb 1909 In answer to her Saviors call Weep not dear ones for Fannie has gone A to Heaven to Join her loving brothers and await the coming of those she has left It was sad to give her up abut Jesus spoke the words and said come and I will give you rest May Gods blessing rest with each of this bereaved family and may they live as she lived and when time shall be no more we will all shake hands with sister on the eternal shore le- the prayer of a brother GEORGE The Secret of Long LIfe A French scientist has discovered rj one secret or long Ute His method deals with the blood But long agoMf millions or Americans had proved Elec tric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purlflesenrlcbes and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cellslmparts life and tone to the entire system Its n godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M herman of Cushing Me but Electric Bitter cured me entirely Only 50c at all druggIsts m f A Prespering Business They have gone to kill nn by shooting over a judges shoulder They kill them In the court room They kill them In the presence of a mother United States senators have to jump lively to escape the flying bullets The business or killing goes merd- ly ontrom New Orleans to Calt and 1V s from Little Rock to Bristol The killers each day become a lit tle more reckless or consequences They are beginning to regard killing as a divine right They care nothing for the law And they care nothing for the law because the law has become weakened by the lawlessness or inefficiency or the timidity of those elected to en MboxWill the man who killed theother man In the office of J dge In the presence of the dead mans mother be hanged Will the men who took a negro out j of a jail In Henry county be punish d I Will DeesOwho murdered his wile be killed by sherif after readingfdeath A arraat to him Will a single murderer of Rankins die at a ropes end WJ1J water run up hill or will It snow In Memphis In July The same word questions Commercial AppealsA I IIIi P1andto meet the of the tusiness office It i 11servioeinstrllotion purposes Worthy pupils assistedtoposi tf9nsFalllilt i term begins Monday Septa 6th a Write for 0atalOga f LOCKYEARSSBUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville Inda Iaianas greatest 8ohooll ot businessL 1f it ttl r L ii I l fl 1 J t 1J r SHARP MEETS MISS LOY friumps in Cause of ftt Equity Fendleton County People firm for Equity as Againstthe Burley Society The Pendleton County Union of the American Society of Equity held an Important session at the Courthouse this city Saturday afternoon from 1 0 oclock The Circuit Court room toI well tilled with farmer gave closest attention to the proceedings Mr M F Sharp State organizer of the American Society of Equity first addressed the meeting touching upon the organization growth and basic principles of the American Society of Equity Later he discussed in a general way the differences be tween the Burley Tobacco Society and the American Sdclety of Equity H said that the Burley Tobacco Society had not treated the A S of E right They had promised them 0000 for organization work and had turned them down like a stepchild He did not mention Pres LeBus name but held him up to scorn to the delight of the audience He compared the salaries of the officers of the A Sat t E to that of the President of the Burley Tobacco Society He stated that Ires Drayton of the A S of E received 1500 per year salary and donated a portion of this amount to the good of the cause Also that Con gressman Cantrlll served at the head of the State organization without pay He referred to these two men as the kind of grafters who were leading the Equity hosts It was the best speech ever deliver ed here on Equity He took his text from the real meaning of the word He said that the Burley Society would have to come to them ant make changes in the pooling contract to suit themor they would get out a contract of their own In selfdefense The growers almost to a man endorsed the speakers views and cheere- him to the echo He said that Mr LeBus and the Dls Jtrlct Board were servants of the pee and that they should bow to the wishes of the rank and file He ad vocated that the people should be con suited In donating exorbitant salaries etcAt the conclusion of his speech he said ho would Answer any question asked him A number of tobacco growers in the audience asked his di rect questions and lie explained thorn to the satisfaction of those present Miss Alice Lloyd was present to de fend Mr LoBus and the coutract She asked several questions One of them was to the effect that If Mr Sharp believed that only through the people money should be donated why should the District Board grant the request of the American Society of Equity and give them 20000 Mr Sharp made a great hit with the audience bytelllng Miss Lloyd that the District Board would have just as much right to grant this request as they did In donating those large sala lee Argument continued for some time but Mr Sharp got the best of it nil along Judging from the way the au dience applauded him Miss Lloyd in explaining where all this money had gone surprised the audience by saying that one of the two per cent which bad been retained for expenses had been returned to be distributed MIss Lloyd is a very bright woman but she had a tough job trying to con vince the audience that the present contract was the lest thing for them The 10 per cent hold outls where the greatest objection comes With but few exceptions the Equity people refuse to sign It and the socalled not Equity growers will not touch it with a tenfoot pole The same conditions that exist here in regard to signing the contract exist In almost every county in the district It Is the impression with the grow ere that If Mr LeBus and the Dis trict Board do not change the con tract the AS of E will get out a contract to suit themselves A report from PortlandYVnlon A S V of Ewaa read They had iinani mously passed a resolution not to sign the present contract This Is the strongest Union in tie county The membership la 186 J D Clark secretary of the Pay ette County Bmrdofpontroltanother t representative who tar paid to go over the district and encourage the people to sign tho contract was the next speaker He Indorsed thhe A S of E In the warmest terms At this point some one in the audience asked him If he was a member of the Society r He said he bad been but was not Jn V Y good standing at the present rim A storm of applause greeted Ii T Clarks action when he turned to I the midst of his speech and DAmerican membership dues to the Society of Equity They pinned a button on the lapel of tho gen tlemans coat when he again occasioned a storm of applause by stating that be was just as good an A 3 of E an as there was in the audience Mr Clark discussed the 10 per cent clause of the new pooling contract showing the enormous saving that would be effected by the adoption of this clause The breach between the Burley Tobacco Society and the A S of E widening nnd if some action is not taken at once and give thcgrowers a contract that they will sign It is hard to tell what the future will bring From The Falmouth Outlook 1000 Watches Free The Weekly Commercial gives a small regular 12slze thin model nickel finish watch for a club of on ly twenty three months new trial au scriptlons at 10 cents each 200 ti amount collected to be remitted with the 20 names Each trial subscript must be new not now taking thee Weekly and only one to a family The watch Is fully guaranteed nice enough for any one to wear a good timekeeper and cannot be purchased from any Jewelry for lees than two dollars Drop us a postal card for 1 sample copies and blanks THE COMMERCIAL APPEAL Memphis Tenn WORDS OF SOME WISE STATESMEN Thomas Jefferson Abraham Lincoln and William McKinly I am in favor of the Internal im provement system and a high Prone tlve Tariff Abraham Lincoln Deocrats who are repudiating the FreeTrade dogmas of their party and voting for Protection with their arde company e Democratic party who received the nomination for President Is on re cord as follows The messages of all the Republican Presidents down to and including General Jackson recagnize and af firm the wisdom beneficence and con stitutionality of Protective legislation In the Fortysixth Congress Hon Frank Hurd Congressman from the Toledo district and one of the ablest and most consplcious leaders of the Democratic party of FreeTraders Ohio in a joint resolution proposed that the duty on tea and coffee should be restored The resolution was reported to the House by the chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means On that committee was the distinguished Speaker of House and the eminent VlrglnlanMr Tucker In his speech In Toledo at the Lincoln banquet of the Ohio Republican League in 1891 William Mc Kinley said- I gratefully commend to the Democracy the patrotlc utterances of Thomas Jefferson We must place the manufacturer by the side of the agriculturist Experience has taught us that manufacturers are now as necessary to our independence as to our comfort and if those who quote m liarwithwhere an equivalent of domestic fabric can be obtained without regard to difference pf price it will not be our fault If we do not have a supply at homo equal to our demand- In the same speech Mr McKinley quoted from Cardinal Manning as fol owsFreeTrade has created two things Irresponsible wealth which stagnate and the starvation wages of the labor market Millions are in poverty Agriculture languishes land is going down We have 3000000 of poor who in the course of a year are relieved in some wry by the poor lawsOn our Protective system President McKinley ranks with our foremost statesman In the Toledo speech he saidThe lower the Tariff the more wlde spread and aggravated have been thos conditions whcih1 paralyze our progress and inductrles This As the verdict of industry That able champion of the Protective Tariff the American Economist stays Fhe general body of Republican Voters expected that the revision actordancetectlon It was only by progresscrs and mugmump that the revision was expected toa down and out re vision They are going to be file appointed Wauseon 0 Republican T WHAT MAKES THE BEST MARKET FOR U The Ability of the American Peo Ipie to Buy Abundantly what i the Farmer Produces No intelligent person will contend that Americans in this country can pay the prevailing rate of labor now paid In this country and ntanufactu- s goods If the Tariff Is lowered to e able cheap foreign productions to unloaded here The Tariff was wisely created by the Republican party flity yenta ago to build up the greatest manufacturing fabric in the wart The advantages offered by that ollc have brought millions of foreigners here because wages and conditions were vastly better The Tariff alone made them so foreigners come here It con todldltons were no better than they n In Europe th1os country could live and pay the high wages he pays if there was no barrier against onethird or onehalf the rate of wages paid in this country and ship ping his products here He could un dersell the home manufacturer drive him out of business or force him to reduce wages of his help to the con dition of the cheap labor he would have to compete with The facts are so plain that a school boy can understand them And this is a matter in which ever farmer is vitally concerned What makes the market of the United State the best In the world It is the ability of the American people to purchase abttndnntly of what the farmer produces isnt it And ninety odd per cent of all thin the farmer produces is bought an consumed in this country The free entry of European and tropical gcods made with cheap labor would force home manufacturers t cut wages 50 per cent reduce the ability of the wage workers to buy farm products and what would be the effect ou this prices and consumption of what the farmer has to sell It dont require much understanding or common eente to figure this out Any farmer can reach the conclusion In a few moments You cant buy goods made with cheap foreign labor and maintain high wages and good times iu this coun try You can kiss your hand an bank on that and be sure you an everlastingly right The policy that has built up the greatest manufacturing Industry in the world that pays the highest wages that has made the American wage tirosua gom policy to tie to The s wholeIsalersmarkets and have no Interest in American labor or the American far mer They are concerned solely f yelpinrand for Free Trade are the real One i mils of the unbounded prosperity tlnaIhas been created by the of the pllnciple of Protection t home Industry Farmers dont he misled on this subject You dont have to be college graduates to figure it out The I COntlltlonSIInyears compared with those in Europe I speaak BayCIty Mich National FarmerI Children Cry I FOR FLETCHERS I CASTORIAr In Memory Of our darling baby Golda May Hill whom God called to Heaven June 17I 1909 Age 17 months and 10 days Dear little Golda how we miss you Yet we know that God knew best When he called you from our bosoms To that land of perfect rest While our hearts and homes Is sadder Your voice and footsteps well hear no more Yet we know that Heaven Is sweeter With your presence forevermore You were such a loving darling You were the pride of our hearts and home Twas so hard when an angel whis peredDear little Golda God says come homelDearest darling how we miss youtTwas so hard io say goOd yg Yet we hope to meet andgieet you In that Home beyond the sky- MOTHER 6 H phliaren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA Flight of the Spirit A case recorded by Plutarch would duringSbody wanders away to realms nod scones not conceivable by the ordinary senses A man named Thcsplus ho tells us fell from n great height and was picked up to all appearances dead There were no external wounds about him but the physicians were satisfied of the fact of the decease Arrange ments were made for Ills burial but on the third day otter his full be re vlvctl much to tho consternation of his friends In n short time It became ofrereprobnteInsensibility ho ever followed after virtue On being asked the reason of the change Thesplus related thnt dur long sleep his spirit had becu dliberated from his body and had soar ed away to n strange laud where It had joined n whole company of other spirits Ills past life was disclosed to him in nil Its hldcousness and the glorious capabilities which were be tote him were revealed In such a man atreThe Hearts of Sam Houston In the Memoirs of a Senate Page Christian K Eckloff recalls the years just prior to the outbreak of the civil war when Stunner Wade Douglas Hnmlln Houston John P Hale Brock Inrldgc Thomas and Jefferson Davis were debating the greet questions upon which the north and south were at variance They were an Imposing body of men mostly clod In black broadcloth and wearing high silk hats But there was one senator who re fused to be dignifiedSenator Hous sassyhe sat there In his seat canIng hearts out of soft plim wood They were pieces shunt fire size of the hand WIiou he had completed one of these works of art he would summon a page and pointing toward some fair sped Gleet IIeral Sam Houstons compliments Sir KckloiT remembers Houston as one of the gentlest and kindest of men Buskinoages perform ers disguised their faces with wine lees or n rude pigment Aeschylus the fa moos tragic poet introduced masks which were of various kinds express log every age country condition mid complexion All were constructed with the greatest nicety and precision The dresses were also adapted to the characters assumed by the actors What was known as the buskin was a hunting boot Those worn by tra tlllelIcomposed of layers cork I1m were cultdwerf worn many colIriots and purple till other character Slaves wore a low shoe bearing the name of sock which was also the ordl nary footwear of comedians From wellIAso generally associated wlh the drama Animals With Pockets you ever think what n curious 1DId It Is that some animals have great roomy fur lined vest big enough to curry a family IIlocklts one shout In Many of the native to Australia and las here these convenient pockets COIIIIIIOIIlonlmnl speciesol1roos go nt a jump und so when going on a long Journey or running from hunters think what a comfort It must be to Mother Kangaroo to know that lIrI 1I0clISecret Ink A simple expedient when one wishes to confide his secrets to paper and yet keep them Is to use ordinary rice wa tor Instead of Ink It cannot IK seen when dry but turns blue when Iodine Is applied to It It It be desired In make perfectly sure of the destruction pf the contents of the letter after It has been read the purpose may be ac complished by writing It with a solu thou of Iodide of starch In water A few days Inter the script will have disappeared So Easy Gavin Theres one thing I IlUe about Jones shop you cnn rdor your goods through the telephone and after n short walt Lnve them delivered Bai IcyThat Is Just wont I dont like Gavin What BaileyThe short weight New York Journal 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Marbles AND STATUARY WORK TilE THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Hartford Ky 99y990aa98xJ a Are Doctors Any Good Foolish question I Yet some people act as if a medicine could take the place of a doctor The best medicine in the world cannot do this Have a family doctor consult him frequently trust him fully If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds we would not offer it to you Ask your doctor No alcohol in this cough medicine JCAyerCoLouJellMaM If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Pills for constipation biliousness sick headache we would not offer them to you Ask your own doctor about this 1 Jc y a- I a y 0 nrv r Fair CTCLONEOF IIi Fairi Where At Hardinsburg9icy AUg 313 Days rair I iBRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIRI r i t Trams each day= ==low rates Stop at Fair Grounds AU children free first day 14 years and under Lady L goes up in balloon each day See the Filipino Troupe of Rat Eaters Premiums open to the world No entry deductions See the highest dIvIng in the world Every day a bIg manyattractions Get t Bigyouxfpremiums purses i FOB CA TALOGU APPLY To i IaAVID R KCRRAY Sec IIatrdissburg Ky y ttttItt + + Hartford Republican Ion Eaurd afeer tag to kw at th Powm e ot the ntodBaJ1tord1 7 a U matter duCM be BARNETT EDITOR s =p = = Sc= ItC cIanM 4R uCh rI FRIDAY AtG1ST 6In REPU BLICAN TICKET a For Representat1wW S Dean i For Circuit ClerkE G Bars For County JudgeR R Wedding For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith For SherlUT H Black For AssessorBernard FeUxI For School SuptHenT Luh I For JailerW P Mldktlf For SurveyorC S Ioxleyj For CoronerDan W King FOR IAGISTRATE 1 Hartford DMrlcD S Chamber 11n 2 Beaver Dam mtrlcto E Scottj a Rockport DlstrlctJobs H Miles l 4 Centertown DlstrlctJ C Jackt son I 6 Rosine mstrlct C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DlstrlctJ l GmhamIFordsville DistrlclC Y Mlles L Bartlett Dlstrlcto nomineej Mr Bryan seems still to hare fait In the theory ot direct vote notwith- ttaading i the tact that a direct vot sever won anything for him i Perhaps those good women who hat taken up the fight for pure whlske have had an opportunity to observ e the varying qualities as advertised b I their husbands tlnd wish to the produot elevateI AdJuant General Johnson Jaw Into his own hands a few days ag01a and made a cowardly assault on a editor who had been bold enough to criticise him The General Is a good man to send out after pIgh t riders wbo take the law Into fuel r own hands lany friends ot Judge ORear nr bringing pressure to bear ulon h- 1o Induce lilFni to enter the contest tor governor two years hencg Judge OILear has endeared himself to th 1ItandWithand he has also made a wonderful re lord In the highest court of the tft tc- Jle could carry pbto county by a- th And r a nrlly 1 ratemptingget away with that 1400000 mld1o Kentucky by the United States gov- flDment during his term besides Sav oral million dollars more leavIng the state la debt several hundred thou and dollars when the Republicans came Into power In 1908 It le a hop less task however for the peoplet l1Yi understand the situation The Hartford Herald says Ilt t becoming daily more apparent thatt ibis country Is ever to rcyelref genuine revision of the tarttl down ward It must be by Democratic ma r T H dog jorlUes In both ljouses of Congress I To those who have been keeping tab the votes given In thepresettt s clot session ot Congress on the various schedules the above statement will extremely amusing It Is a well Iknon tact that reductions In many schedules were prevented by Demo congressmen from the South Ss doubtful If the Democratic party could revise the tariff DOWARD It It had a twothirds ajority In each branch ot Congress The reso utlons adopted by the Democratic convention last Monday In vague way attempted to crltlclse affairs In Ohio county which Is very untalr to the present admlnlltraUon- i The people ot Ohio county well know that the preteat Fiscal Court has each year a committee consist Ing ot one democrat and one repub Mean to go over the financial afairiI of tile county and render a true statement of its financial conditions whichl statement was pubrished In both ot the county lapers this year and showed that the Indebtedness ot t1i County has been decreased since R- publleaus came In power Besides If we wore to go Into details It would appear that they have expended man t thousands ot dollars In sUbstantial improvements which were very mutt needed It will not Improve the Democrats chances to carry Ohio coun ty to t slander or misrepresent the present administration ngalnrchanged hands and announce that while the paper will continue to support the Republican National ad lndependenIInn t has been the editor for n number o 111ears and under his management the paper has Increased In influence e and worth as a purveyor ot news However under his management It has shown ltself to be a friend or thee trusts and has never manifested an n Ysympathy for the common people t their struggle for commercial freer dom Especially was this notice We la the tight ot the tobacco grawI ors against the American tobacco company last year and year helots It to be hoped that the parer under IfIts new management w111 be Ire from this sort ot complaint as It has a wide circulntlon In the agrl cultural sections ot the state We w lab the paper the greatest cess under Its new control The Democratic county convention perfunnc o U nation ot many pramJnenttYegoctaE- lo ac places op the ticket strong 1ylndlcat d the reognled hopetess Republcanl ioaed ot g qcenbutjsrtgn Jot lho most part witH he votera of theOpnty kad with one or two exceptions persoos wl- y are unacquainted with the art can ofV9s81Agief votes It is made up ot persons who are competent tarbth e places for wbclh they are named aa- we d have no word ot criticism to offs for Individual members composing It However the men named by the Re publicans cannot be surpassed eliYt- eas to Jntegrlty or competency for the to they aspire and Ith a full Republican vote and each Republican standing by his nomine- s e and there Is no reason why they should not united l4pport the Repubhcari majority In Ohio coun tythls tall nfI hardly fail below 600 for any ot our nominees I r+ 1i SALEM Aug cRe Bailey closed a revl sal at this place last Friday night He will preach here Saturday night and Sunday at 31 a mbMr Harden Lame and Mrs 3Iag- gie White were married last Saturday at the Hartford Court house They a base the best wishes ot their many friends Misses Essle and May Cox visited II their aunts Misses Pearl and Stella Crumes last Friday night i Mrs Effie Wtlson and Mrs Oh Wilson slatted Mr and Mrs J W York near Hartford SundnlJMr Forest Cummings Is on the sick list this week shIIterISHIeelMiss Myrtle Brownd visited Miss II31rly visited their daughter Mrs Dllnae a Dryers Sunday eMr Laton Wilson Is visiting his Dyerseburg Tennessee lIes Viola and Mr Floyd D1cCastle returned to their home last Sunday after stetting their sister Dins Annie Daniel Henry Westerfield Passes Away Mr Henry Wlotertleld who lived to tho Shinkle Chapel neighborhood died last Friday night at the home ot his lather Mr Bill Westertleld Het had been In ball health for several months and his death was not unexC pectcd He leaves it wife and two children and a host of relatives I to mourn his death Funeral services twer held at Mt Hermon Saturday tJ 111 oclock conducted by Rev Crone after which the burial took place 11n 5the nearby cemetery Dlr was about 35 years old WeitertlldI a member of Mt Hermon number of years and will missed 11AETNAAug 3Re Cox tilled his regular appointment at Ueanrleld and Zion churches Saturday and Sunday Several from this place attended I eDlr Jacob Heaton of this place visited his grandwn Master Omer I teverjatter Martha Lee vIsited relaUVeSll1- tUayneSlIIe Saturday andSunday Mr Robe Duncan whose Illness waS utlIIFordsvllle today Miss lefa Harrison was the guest of her brothers fr Walter Harrison IIrNas7tvllle Tennlare thee gucstaot- a Mr James Haynes and tamllyi Pleasant Ridge and Aetnavllle or 2 baseball teams played ball atthUt plaCe Saturday the scores warn elbt t0 seven In favor ot Pleasant Udg i- Ir MI and Mrs J IT Loyd ot thiS place are visiting relatives in Tteavg r Dam rThere Is plenty ot coal at thslplaca tor sale now j f tree Tuition All CUglbJePiJ1 are entltledt itree tuition to th Western Kentucky State Normal School The Fall sslop begins September 7 1909 4 met President H H Cherry Bowling ar u 1w for information 2t2N t Aug cOur WHITESYILLE town certainly ap- Ipears to be on a boom The contractor for our graded school Is now at active work Mr W TGreer has purchased pro party here and will move In about mouth and will go Into thE mercap tile business nt once operationIithin about two AU ot hasIMr P H Ifaffy Is expecting to begin the erection ota twostory bus1 house In the near future It has been talked that after our 1lingand adolJnlng country wont seining I a un the old lied Monday AU re ort a good time j 1Mr N P Kelly Grove was sfaltor In our two IondaIDr O W Edge made a busIness trl to Fordsl11e last Wednesday Mr Louts Sharp and wife and Mr Coleman Ralph and wife fagan were guests at J J Midklfts last Sat urday and Sunday Mr John Henry Mldkiff and wife visited at Mr Frank lIenntngs Saturday night and Sunday Mr Iwo Howard who has been sick ot malaria fever Is up again Quite II number from here are at tendhfj the association at Owensboro ISeeralDrs McDowell and Knox were at Hartford Tuesday on business air Jesse Tul who lived about one mile east ot town died this morning- at 730 iis I ID and Dr H J Bell AJIIhave opened a dental office over the il work Is done as nearly painless as pos sable Gas administered Jt you desire Your teeth extracted while you sleep Examination and Consolation free All work pt reasonable prices and guaranteed to you BALD KNOB Aug 4There will be aslng Ing at this place next Saturday night vreeybody tnvlted s Mrs Ella Taylor ot Mt Pleasant spent Monday at Mr E P Sandeturs- of thIe place several from that place attended the ice cream supper given at 1r9 P Ralness ot Dft Pleasant Saturday nIgbF and repotted good time Miss Martha Sanc eturotitobR oy visited her cousin Harriet 6apdefur ITuesday evening are needlgg rajavery badly at this place Mrs J H and bliss 1lhoaT rence are onthe sick Ilet thfgwoek dir L D Ts lor Dire Soda TayIqr- and daughter Erqulous spent last iguada at Irs Pig Iorleruot 1ro = well Notice TheA Soot E stock co nmlttee will wake another shipment JY stock Tuesday August lQ an member ot the organization hwlag Mock t0ship wIn please notify the committee 4once S L STEVENS J Iti B TICIE190R J Df SHUJrZCommittee t- c 1 x It W Are Here With the Goods Consisting of the latest highgrnde but lowpriced articles of Furniture and House Furnishings em bracing Bed Room Suits Iron Beds Cots rntresses Settees Dressers fonjers Hall Trees Davenports Tables ChifI Cabinets Chairs Safes Chinn and Glassttiar ware specialties Carpets Rugs Battings Lino leums nnd in fact anything necessary Ito fit out 1 f the home flerythingWeve earned the reputation of being faw priced reliable grocers and w are still doing business in the same way Call on us or telephone your order and you will sure to be treated ri- ghtchroader j CoJ i GREAT Red Mens Pow Wow OENTERTOWN KY U Saturday August 21 1909 Ohio and adjoining county tribes will meet In great War t 1 dance bedelivered tQ stimulate their young warriors before going out up era will represent theAiS of E and other orgnnltatlons All frater- nitles invited An old fashioned barbecued dinner will be serv 1 yourfrlendsaoduntil SatuFayAuguat H Itesetvlag the right to reject any and all blds 1 I JEF JAC N AF CIfAIDiAN t n C M SWAIN+ t r r OSCAR ASHBYt I1 c u CHAP IAN1 II Committeer a d SS rte INAUhIIkAt1dN0 F PASSEN6ER SERVICE r yT 1ROrt Y4it HARTFORD DUNDEE AND SUNNYDAlE KY BY Tf1e Louisville lIeJ1derso St Louis RailwayVic f jOn august first lte Sotlievilh3 Henderson St Louis b4weenHartford 1 m and 24Op mWAJ collnectionat JrYIU2wn Jor l- on main line i JII lUWINGpA J t Jf i n 1 t ptClosQg custom we have our I stock of High Grade two lots composing Gun Metals Velour CalfsOxbloods = Pat Burro Jap allnew lasts and uptodate styles Our 400 styles now 339 Entireline of 350 qualities loW 298 d NOW ARRIVING Our splendidnew Fall Shoes They are certainly the mostup todatestyles we have shown yet None like our celebrated Burro Jan Patent Leather possibly 4 Shoes Every pair absolutely Guaran teed not to breakYour money back or a new pair if doe our Iron Clad guarantee your Shoe BusinessoJ 1w +thtrtford I t FRIDAY AUGUST 6IIIllnols Central RallroadTlme Table At Beaver Dam Ky Norlallonu Snnlh Round r Noi3r due 4Iw au No12t dUoIUM n m- No12Inelrepin No tl1 dne 248 p ii- iNolaxdne48pn Nolaldue843 mI To Make The Home Beautiful Does not always require the ex pen t dlture of a large sum of money ThisS depends largely upon judgment taste economy and skill Notblng adds more to the appearance of the hoot e than good Paint properly nppUed Then it protects and preserves the propertythat Is If you buy the right kind The best Is the cheapest Masurys Is excelled by none Callg on us for Outside Paint Inside Paint Carriage Paint Roof Paint Ftexibl e L j Carbon b0 cents per gallon Japalac Liquid Veneer and everything In this line that makes old things look new Prescriptions filed with care an delivered anywhere In town HARTFORD DRUG Qn iIs Incorporated i Cio to Far on Train Aug 31st Races each daY nlr at lIardlns r berg Ky i Air James Lons was in Louisville S- Wednesday 1 Great Fair Hardinsburg Ky AugZ f13ut3 dayssHighest h wing DogFree sat fiaIm I dlnsbuYalr Jto 1 S e jI Troupe ok Rat eaeQiipog iatH pair t t ftSee Dig advertisement fathis Paper of at Hardinsburg Ky Lox rites on strain to fair ilt t- lHardlnsburgKY Atfg3lst 3 days FineStack Great Show ringscS t Come and eetY011r r ends at narbtdfhgs1 rg FaIr Ladles day thirddaYtFair Har Ing8uurg4 Ky KIeSlllm contc8ttfor rr Ladles Prizes II v f c e ft IAtt children fee AUG31st 1 at i Hardlrisburg FalrLJ goes up a balloon each days j r f 4M 1 Jff L F or 7fJ Out We are anxious to carry over as few Mens Oxfords as we can Ac cording to our usual bunched entire Oxfords into Tans regular they Read We want Republican =Many attractions at Hardlnsbulg Fair We try amunso everybody at Hardinsburg Far Mr C U Taylor paid us n pleasant call while In town Tuesday See the big advertisement of lIar tllngsburg Fair In this paper WANTEDWhite girl todo light house work for small family Address this olllce Hon JOhn aswellRallroad Corn missioner for this district was In nightI nt Hardlns Contests for Men Boys paces each day Rev Elgin will rut his regular ap polntment at the Methodist church night EverYbody Invited iProf Walter RHedrlck has rented the Collins residence on Mulberry treet near thin iIver tie will move to Hanford lu aif delnys Mr and Mrs RA NoUsluger are In ouisville and Indianapolis thlll week arranging for fall utid Christmas oods Cor the Hartford Drug Co Master Paul Carson son of Roy E Carson Charleston III Is visit Ing hid graadmother Mrs D F M- Cormlckund other relatives near town Wednesdher little daughter Sallie Laura who to undergd treatment from a spe clllst for hip trouble MrRoy lIeavrln whohas been at tending the preparatory depatYtaen+ or elCeIi krUnly sl Ut JexI- ngton Ky tit ee ninths turned home Saturday iLOIiTQn road fromHartford to Springs or at Sulphur Springs on day of Odd Fellows picnic one Bet and Wilson Fountain Pen ne turn to this office and receive reward Af1 itI JB qf D4taY11- 0leaves here 1ugathInLAtlantilr s 119ls hersater 1lflee Atardret ii Q been nt oalen hail nltaruum1or thee vast throb months Mrs James Thomas city was called Ugrri c one mile East oft Fotdgvlili Tuesday on ac of the painful burning of her r Miss Grace Miles Letter to husband yesterday cu ntalned the Information lhatAt1ss Milss Ahleawa- erestingbetter The young ladys cloth htg ttle Sand ere birnod bodyntirelyTbi bur ever ad lay prov- enseriousti though 1 lsnot tholght ilt thle time that they will 1 aJ Quite n number of Hartfords young people spent the day arrBufhur Springs yesterday comt1Oslng nice picnIC party r Mrs Edna BuskilLrand little eon Norman ofJiouston Teznalarrived lr8IDu8kl thetadvisoryI Republican campaign committee the name of TT Wallace was used Instead of W A Wallace I Miss HannahBeard Hardiusburgl came to Hartford yesterday She III one or the contestants for the X30- 0hore and buggy to be awarded at the Masonic barbecue nt Hardlrfsburg to morrow IProf HallliE Brown has purchase J E Fogle the Thonml rest ConslderaInow a ford Mrs S A Anderson and children returned the irlst oLthe week from Denver Colorado where th cy had been spending the summer They were called home on the account of the serious Illness of Mrs Andersans sister Miss Laura Morton The Ohio county FaIr Catalogue has just been Issued from Ibis office It Is better than ever offering andI get premiums and giving the greatest fair In our historyI The new railroad will bring many people who have never visited an Ohio county Fair Messrs R I Barnard of the Liberty neighborhood E P Bennett north Hartford R L Taylor Taylortown L D Tlchenor North Hartford and S L Stevens Beaver Dam E Plummer Evangeline La and Mrs J R Hun ter Smallhous were among our callers Monday Miss Beatrice Arlene Haynes Is entertaining the following guests at lie home east of Hartford Misses Dorothy Irene May and Loretta Massie Hays Owensboro and Messrs Alfred Dozman and Edwin Otto Weiss C- minnatiand Master Wilbur Neel of WhlteByllleIy Special mission service at the Bap tlliLchurch next Sunday morning at which time there will be a collection elosllug I Baptist Association will meet with Mt Carmel church next Tuesday Aug 10 All Baptist churches IU expect ed to send representatives The L n and St L railway Inaugurated train service to Hartford last Monday morning The first pas senger trait came In Sunday night and was met by a large number ofI our citizens and given a royal welcome It left on schedule time Monday morning at 6 oclock and since t then we have had two passenger trains each way a day and a local freight train In and out IAunt June Smiley who made her Mr Jumes W finer of this cit dIed last Monday morning of diseases Incident to old age Sha hind been confined to her bed for the past year and her death was not unexpected Funeral services were conducted at Barnetts Creek church Tuesday ut 10 oclock and the remains were Interred In the Darnetts Creek cemetery She was about 90 years old but was never married Mr Daar who was her nephew lave her every attention possible Ho hue the sympathy of a large acquaintance In his be reavement Doings of City Council The City Council met In regular monthly sesslQn Wednesday evening I with Mayor James H Williams presiding and four coouncllmen present I City Marshal W 1I Hudson tender ed his resignation to take effect nt once and It was accepted The city engineer was directed to fix street on Walnut street west of Main on Union street west of Main md on Main street South of Walnut to the railroad right of way ltwasordered that Cherry aHcybeI opeped from Liberty street It 1ntersects ty street A building permit wat3 grantedAira- Ma gte GrlCln to construct an of- r floe bulldh1g on Center street neat ifolTheprivilege to rentovq1ti0or Sd0yards- of eath street between Washlrgon ahIl Center reefsIAriordlnnnvas passed prohibit tlietthan passengers or- employs I from boarding moving trains or enlilneslli the city limits and a penalty of front 5 to 10 was fixedI Then ual amount ofelalms was allowed and the Council adjourned to meet Thursday afternoanat 4 oClock to consider 14be sejcctfon of a city marshal At the adjourned meeting of Jibe Counall S T Barnett 1 was elected Marshal to fin 4he vacancy caused by the reslgrtationonVM Hudson y l p Ln OVER TUfiRAND J RfA Adjutant General JohnstonY s Arrainged Police Court in Louisivlle r Louisvlle Ky August 4AdJt Gen Philip P Pohuston was held to answer to the grand jury under bond ot1a0 today for assault and bat- lcfy committed on Denny D Goode editor of the Focus In Goodes office In the Paul Jones building yes= tcrday afternopn At ono oclock yes terdny afternoon Adjutant General P P Johnston went to the office of the Focus a local weekly palter In the Paul Jones building and assaulted the editor Ienny D Goode who for merely lived In Lexington Gen Johnston teutered the office with a friend and had a copy of the Focus In his hand Goode says lie was sitting at his desk+ In a revolving chair when Johnston asked him who wrote n certain article painting to It In the Focus Goode says he told him that he wrote It and that then Johnston hit hIm over thin head with GoodeImashIjumped up and ran out Into another room and Johnston left the build Ing SMALLHOUS Mrs J C Bennett and Son Mr Ross Bennett lartford were guests of her mother Mrs Sallie Drake and the family of Mr Upple Kittinger Thursday night and Friday Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter were guests of Mr and Mrs L D Overhultz ThursdayMr Fulkerson went to Rockport Thursday Dr J L Smith Centertown was In our midst Thursday to see Mr J C prake who Is quite sick Mrs Cordelia Addington Is visiting Mrs Harriet Drown and Mrs Cella writingI to this tents atnd will hold a few days meetings hare Misses Ethel hunter 111111 AlUm All dlngton went to Rockport Friday ev onlng and returned Saturday They were the guests of Mrs George Case bler Friday night Quite a nice crowd attended Sunday scheol at Smnllhous Baptist church Sunday evening Among the visitors were Misses Ollle and OIa iiutchison of Central City who were the guests of Miss Mary Blackburn Mrs Zach Reid and daughter Mrs Ray Addington were the guests of- Mr and Mrs S J Hawkins Eat Hartford Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Black burn Sunday Mr and Mrs C T S Overton went to Beaver Dam Saturday to see Mss Ellen Lawrence who Is very III of typhoid fever Mrs Evellne Boone had the misfor tune to lodse a horse by death last week Mr And Mrs 0 W Overhults at- I tended the Eastern star Lodge lit Ctralvo Sauurday evening Mir Walter Reverett wife and child Livermore Ky were the guests tlf recentIIyon list Mr Jess Kirtley went to Sunday RoekportI Mir Vig P Morton was In our midst Sunday from Livermore He was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton and hits best girl Mr and Mrs Lewis Fulkerson 11I and Mrs Alonzo France Mr and Mrs Cas Mason Mr and Mrs Robert iulkerson Mr and Mrs O W Over hults attended the past burial ser vices held over the grave of Mr C 111 Hinchee Star church SundayIof th finance Committee IMeeting Commtttee of Ohio S of E met as per call 1ofCUalrmantvllh tour members Pres as follows D4 Ford Warrenlent Do L Withers and T F Tan ntr Theyproceedfd to business by reelecting D Ford chairman and T F Tagper segretary fur the onsuing year y9Yed that 11 Ford attend the con thu Green River Assocla- tion Home Warehouse and AS of E to bheld nt Owensboro August 9th Moved tbpt WO favor the plan of selling fromaeon DS practiced last year Mover thatthe FinanceCommittee with County President S L Stevens attend the meeting of the National Tobacco Growers Association to be held at BoWling Green August l Ul- 19M AdJourneiIsubject to the call or the chalh TF TANNER Secy J I ItPROGRAMME = ofy 1 cII IHARTFORD BAPTIST CHURCH aI 5 1ut1cny IrvunlnFA u N 4ip m rr JonesMusic 4Ia JlliMCourseMrs ill WBruner915 A Call for Volunteers to Join Class Dr E W Ford AnotherillMusic I Benediction NAMES OF GRADUATES 4I xBurtona vII Perchance to Dream Onethirdof your life is spent in bed Should that bed not be the very best that can be had We have a felt Mat tress made of layers of cotton feltpure sanitary and simply fine Made just like the highly advertise ones It is just as good and just as comfortable The price instead of 15 is just onehalf- or 750 Ask to see it WINDOW SHADES Our Window Shade department should be remembered by all who buy shades Handmade Hartshorn Rollers he SLEEP IClothP bs Itotrnd wkaIhkd h neWWlndowShodeMoteriol color either oil- opaque or the new Brenlin materihl which does not crack will not breakand which will give you the best satisfaction We are at your service Use us BARNARD co Hartford Ky Subscribe fortheRepublican rv r t I l l i 0 4 r T THE TONGUE jt Appears That This Organ Can sa Eloquent Even When Silent From the observations made by a phyalognomist It appears that the tongue when quite still cau be as elo quent ln gluing Its owner away ns when It Is wagging sixteen to the dozen This LI It hard fact for n silent JD8o to swallowIn silence ills only remedy Is to keep well so as to obviate the necessary Injunction ot tbl to put his tongue out for doctorI thrust out sign the doctor shall himThe tongue of the tlllklr when our trudrd Inellm to the right side of mouth we are asked to hellere tbeI as the seldunl used tuugue to the left sde Orators preachers and barristers are endowed with right- sided tongues Verbally parslronluus persons buvc left sided tongues Furthermore thr tongue that shoots out straight without turning or wlIcrlng indicates u sollll reliable man of affairs Tongues that turn up IndIcate Impractical natures A downward drooping tongue belongs to a person born to poverty and n ready eye far the hopeless side of thIngs The cruel tongue flattens and broad roe when extended Thr delicate speaking organ with curled up edges tF the property of IIn imaginative and artistIc being When the tongue Is sues forth IIR It grlllpld in a dental vise It signifies u love ot life more than ordInary Finally WI are warned that the In dlvldual who thrusts forth his tongue to lta extremest verge Is n person to whom no secret should ever be con tided for he Is an irresponsible chatter rLondon Chronicle HE WANTED A PARROT The Uo to Which the Old Man Would Put the Green Bird We are nil striving for two things success and happiness To get these many of us are struggling for a third fortune In striving to attain our deslres many of us need a green par rot In n little town In Iowa in the midst of n great stretch ot timber nod meadow a man built a castle Sown thing over jOOO he spent In building n home It was finished within with the finest polished woods The fuundn windowsofcarried out In the best manner III Lad grown to be nn old man lIe had always lived In n modest cottage of sIx rooms This mansion had fifteen On one side there was n magnIficent stone arch over tho paved drive that led up to the house lie hind just completed showing n friend over the place and reached this point when the visitor exclaImed Well John you ought to be happy This is a mngtdlicent borne here Is everything one coulll wIsh for- Want repllld the old man who was a cattle buyer n fellow always wants something else What on earth could you want- was the query A green parrot to hang up thnr In the drive t13 n green parrot So every morning afore I drive out he would say John youro n darn toolClevelnnd Press Couldnt Turn It The eye of little tulles teacher was Pad and sorry for notwlthstnndlllJ that he was her favorite pupil he stead before her convIcted of the heinous charge of a theft ot candy from n tel low pupil It was n first offense however and she dIll not desire to Inflict corporal punishment A moral lecture she thought would Ot the case Bear In mind Willie she concluded that these temptations can bo re slated If determInation Is used AI ways turn a deaf ear to temptation Little WllIles lip trembled But teacher he answered I aint got a dent ear- Making Hubby Appreciative A doctor tells of a note be received from n woman saying that her hm baud who was about to make him u professional call found constant fault with the dinner she prepared for him She appealed to the physician for nil The doctor examined his patient whl had n slight attack of indigestion and told hIm to cut out luncheons to en nothing but a slice ot toast and n en- of tea The scheme worked excelllut- Jr Ot course hubby returns home In the evening eats everything In sight and votes his wlfes cooking even better than mother used to make Boston lieeord 1ThriftyA Scotsman and his wife were tray cling from Ieitli to London by boat When off the YorkshIre coast a great atem arose and the vessel had sev era narrow escapes from foundering Oh Sandy moaned hIs wife Im um team o deelp but I dlnn1 core to dee at sea Dlnna think o deem yet answered Sandy but when ye do yed better be drooned at sea than anywhere else Au why Sandy naked his wife WbyT exclaimed Sandy Beoaus- ey wouldnn cost sne mucklo to bury Good Advise Young man said the boss come bltbPr and listen lIe approached When youve made n mistake forget It and WI on to the next job Dout potter around nil day adding n lot of tinlahing touchesLouisrllle CourIer 3ouraal There never was n day tbnt did not bring Its ova opportunity doing- t o01 that never couldjhave lbeen done befpreandnever can be ng ln6VilItI JJuMcb landemsn and Sailor J To the landsman the sea must always dangers thattothe sailo- appear only as casual phenotneua which to exercise his skid The prayer book has n special petition for th safety of those who go down to th sea In ships and every one who yen Lures to leave the shore goes forth with n consciousness ot ttwe nt his own daring Yet In the intricate com plexity of modern civilization safety on land and safety lit sett have walked by no means with equal step Every morning brings us some story of death rlltIreportsIfor speed and Its attendant recklessness our streets demand constant alertness It one would cross them with safety Speed nt sea has conic through larger amI inure stoutly constructed ships So the famlllnr old story of the sallornlan It seat In It storm who serene In his consciousness of nlllple sea room piously ejlllulate God help the Ilo r folks ashore toplJhtr Is not wholly fantastic L Frank Tooker In Century On Hiring a Cook The woman lu need of a cook was so- well groomed and looked so generally that the rnnnnser of the employment ngency thought he had It last found n place for the high priced French cool for whom he had been trying to find n sItuation But the new customer would not even listen to the praises ot the French cook Dout mention French cooks tome she snlll nor Fmduates of cook Ing schools Ive tried both 1 like their cooking anti I dont object to the wages they ask but they take up too touch room Mg kltcbcL Isnt large enough to holll nil the cooldlll uten ails they require DlIII my Income Isnt large enough to buy theta Those stylish cooks used four tines nsnlany pots and pans and molds and things ns ordinary cooks use It I hire n fancy cool I shall have to more Into n fancy apartment to get I kitchen bIg I enough to nccomuodate her That Is n common complaint against these experts foreign and American sighed the mnnnser I- nm begInning to think there must be something In ItNew York Sun The Twenty Cent Revenge She was In n very bud temper ns she boarded nu Amsterdam inenne car Uer temper was not improved by the fact that IS she drew a quarter of n dollar front her jeweled gold purse the coin sllllilell from her lingers and roll I ll1 on the lIoor of the car She tirade no more to recover the money but I when the conductor cause In to collect her fare she polnted with tire tip orIher handsome parasol to the coIn I dropped my fare she Bald strap pisliy Pick It up The young conductor looked her In the eye for just II moment and then stooping he picited tine coin from between the slats on the tloor covering Leisurely he tool tour nickels front iris pocket and put them where the quarter had been before Maybe It l was the effort of bending that made his face red When he stralshteneI up he rang up the fare turned and sauntered back to the year platform New York Press The Chauffeurs Rebuke An elderly colonel in n New club Is very inquisitive and there IsIno question he hesitates to nak other day to saw drawn up before hotel a litre motor car and nt the wheel of the car sat a chauffeur wino had formerly been In his own employ The colonel stopped and asked the chauffeur who his master was how he liked his job and what wages ha Grw The chauffeur answered these ques dons politely There was a cold gilt ter In hits eye trough He was waiting for nn opening It came when the InquIsitive old clubmnn said ErGaston whaterhow touch dill your employer par for this car The tact Is sir the chauffeur answered promptly I never had till Impudence to ask him The Old Roman Ballot The IIIIllot was first introduced Into Rome In the second century B C Tills was the real Austrnlllln ballot The voter received n sort of wooden slate covered with wax on which the names or all the candidates were scrateired rte made holes In the wax opposite those ot his choice and lroppeI Iris tablet In the box After the downfall ot the Roman repubite popular government took n long slllp and there was littla use for n ballot till quite modern times Effort Appreciated So you were deeply touched by the poem young Mr Gulrson wrote to you said Maude Yes answered Mnymle nut It wan not n good poem I dont care It was just aslnuch trouble for him to write It as It he had been Sbakespeare Washington Star c Couldnt Then I would like mightily to enjoy riches Then why dont you try to marry emAs I saId I want to enjoy em Kansas CIty Times Enjoyed Trouble now do you know higgins enjoys trouble I nlenuIII hed rather be the umpire In n baseballFahte than oneottlll playerelExchange Success ofhin leads to insolence Irish Proverb 1r rn THE SAWMILLS BOOKS ttr W arMathematical Carpenter Bilfkina froze ml witha stare I lgtrorelug my onl e was mired to keep books fOrlft sawmill way up portl days by log wagon frond ever place except In the internal regions the same beln a quarter of II mile away straight down lhe darned slmpleton they sent down to Mager Wool settlement after tae bad so much business with n roil lettl dealer that he forgot to tell nre to get sonic office supplies so when we got to CIIIIIII I found that the principal equlplletlt ot my plllntllli 0 by 8 bash ness upartment consisted ot tbreeJuw- ber crayons slightly shop worn turd- al last years almanac I got some smooth pine boards and kept my books them with chalk Ion How did It work I asked Inter la epite ot myself Like n charm grinned Blffklns until the foreman of gang I gut on n drunk one night nn slept In Ithe office ntl used up fourteen pages the general ledger fer klndJln wood the next uwrnln The company sent up all auditor to cheek over my books but Ire went Aback plumb disgusted Told em they Idnt need an auditor what they wanted was a carpenter who was handy nt tiggers An that reminds mo Bookkeeper FLOATING STORES Merchandise Steamers of the Muskoka Lake Country In Ontario Among the Interesting features of life In the Muskoka lake country In Ontario are the floating stores A good slzlll steam vessel fitted out with every Imaginable Item or merchandise that might It requIred makes n tour of nn assigned chain ot lakes once each week On a certain hour of I- Icertnln day the boat Is expected at the different resorts nod summer homes and enough merchandise mast jbe bought nt each to tide over until the uextvtrlp of the floating store tpon stepping on board the store boats says n writer In Me- chatrics the purchaser npprooehes 1- COlllltlr with scales rind casth rawer as In any other kind of store Behind the counter lire shelves on which IIIC displayed such articles ns may tempt the eye Behind these shelves Is the entrance to the storeroom anti hold In which more merchandise Is stored Each article has Its place and the storckeephr can find It In II moment thIlalestrIp so n slag Is flown when stores lire desired The store vessel drops anchor when the signal flag Is lIon tOIl some member ot the family rows out and makes she purchases Engraved Gems of the Ancients Engraved gems are uurong the trio t Interesting objects of art inherited 11 us from tire ancients rlrough runny uf the ellllltos and Intngllos were en graved on precious stones over 2004 years ago they are still liS clear and fine as If they were cut yesterday The designs engraved on these stones Indicate tlrnt the old Greeks and Ito mans regarded them all charms against ncclllpllt or ntlafortune this super stltlou generally took the form ot n fondness for representation ot tertnln animals Sailors aQected the dolphin because It was belllcd to be the marl ners friend Women so tar as flshe were concerned preferred the representation ot the prolific nrluga of the llrllltic which was II symbol ot trait tuliless because ot the great number of Its eggs rho ant was worn ae liD emblem ot industry By the frog was Indlllltll the idea ot resurrectioube- eause that Interesting batrachlan renews Its youth each spring by shed dIng Its old skin Pertaining to Fish llslllngs 011 thee little man Go aOsblns when you can Never mind the teachers Mile not to run away tram school Take your bait and alder poll and then hunt the deepest hole where the wary trootlets hide by the canyon strellmlets sIde Youll get lIrkloda home of course and youll suffer great remorse blt when daddy sees your string hell gasp and say tony JIng And his rod and reel hell snatch and shirt out to make a catch when your toulittleClothes andthe Man Man Is In some sort n slave to bill clothes and there are many men who dislike wearing the same Clothes on two conslcutlvl days more partlcu early the necktie For the first two or three things you look nt when you meet n man lire his eyes and his nick tie And there Is R sort ot undlrllln consciousness III you face the world that your tie must be straight and clean and new nut to thistend you must buy the cheap tie and throw It away with your sins before going lo- bedlAndoD Chronicle A Curloaly What in the world have you got that bill framed up there fort we asked Ob that sighed the hlllionalre is the only dollar I ever earned We understoodPuck BeginUsed So PlunllIvllJesexpotlou Is oK7I- tYep And wiry s Wecouhtnt think up no new name for a midwayCblcago RecorA Herald It Most people lire poor to die righ It Je much wiser to live rleb and todie- poorBouesaye I 1- r t Barde1r Barnard BREEDERS OF pUROG JERSEY SWINE You can buy in your own county animals that are the equal in individuality and breeding toany in the world Visit orwrite them at McHen- ry Ky- Kodol Dyspepsia GW6- Olpet what you eat r rvvY COPYRIGHTS 4Ca sketeb and deecrlptlnn mu tionastrrcti7conedenuaLIIAMDBOOMonPatantssent qtsliODrlour opteku an I Patents taken h tURn A co receive sd1 itjiiiririan J A handsomely tIIalrate4 weekly largest err enlatlon of any seientteo toamal Terms U a neadearerhbranch Olllce 6 Co rMcCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect fit simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years nearly every eityand town United Stales and or mall direct More sold than anyother make Send for free catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than othet fashion magazinemillion a month Invaluable Iat eat dressmaklng plain sewing needlework halydreasing cllqu n stories etc Only ro cents a year wordouble Including a free pattern Subscribe today or send for sample copy WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to nU Postal brings premium catalogue and neweashprizeoaers tHE McCALL CO Z3S to 348 W 37th SL NEW fORK w Rel Stater le A our room house in Ilhrtford 10 imbed on the Pike 2 are lot splendid well ot sort water pien ty of fruIt for small family Th1a 1- 1I desirable piece of prppei + ty Anwe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house tour room cottage a good nwe barn Deslrnble location 182 acres tof upland known lIS the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run 100 acres In splendid state ot cultivation 83 acres timbered In splendid growth ot oak hickory nod chestnut good dwelling and out buldlngs lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDweUng and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town In OhIo county one mile irorq R R Station In center of tiDe tanning country No competition In buIDeS6S For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east ot Hartford good dwelling and out bulldlpg orchard plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance In good state of cultivation A tract ot land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur SprinGS containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract ot land on Halls Creek one mile southwest ot Sulphur Sprius containing 100 acres 40 acres In Dot toms 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 ho 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 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 Tug RLPTIILICAN and Sf Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and HornEt and Farm 125 rrHg RIPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeekOw Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and lJauy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17i TIE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 TH REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 100 Address all orders to I THE REPUBLICAN + + +44 111 + 44 ++++++++++ + + + + t4 If IU UU i- THE KENTUCKY Ught Power Co i I WILL WIRE YOUR INCORPORATED J1UIJ8R JIf COSy I ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN 2 HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOMEi SHQULDIBEREACH E G BARRASS ManageC SURE CUREF- orAlIDiseasee STOMACH LIVER KIDNEYS FrS RATES Herald1351 and 1rferEadIcheIadIXsetio Jttllihtlrla Ie Y t Lei t Jt t 1 D1r oortitOho J jBenJtJler Ed O Barrack Clerk Frank Ll Q Felix Muter CommlaetonerY LJlo le Trustee Jdry Fund It D Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputleaSA Bnatoher W OAeb4ey J W Martinf 1MondayrCounty CourtW B Taylor Judgq- v 1 S Tinsley Clerk E M Attorney Hartford Court convenesj first Monday In each Quarterly montbJMonday In January April July and Oc toberlCourtday In January and on the first Tura day In UctoberillillJOther OfflcersN Moxte S Veor Nhreve S R Leach Assessor R RoyJamea DeWeeseSchool SuperlntentoIeat Hartford Jerome Jingo j JUSTICES COURTS J II WillIams Beaver DamMarch 24 June 23 September 2t December 2t W P MIller Horse DranchMarch 26 Juno 5 SePtember 2 December 26 W S Lean DundeeMarch 27 June 26 September 28 December IL W R Edge oordsvllleMarch I18June 2 September 27 December 28 D S Chamberlain DednMarch 29 June 25 September 2b December IHerbert Render CcntertownMarcba26 June 29 September 30s I 31JuneHARTFORD POLICE COURT It It WeddIng Judge J S lllennClty Attorney v AL Hudson Marshal Court convenes recond Monday In each month City CouncllJ IL Wllltam Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer R E L Srmmerman C M Bar QrlfPnHookerSchool Trustees liartfvrdC M Crowe J S Glenn W P TlneleyC M BurnEtt and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SEllVICES thirdSunday7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p w Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServlcel held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday nIght and fourth Sunday everyWednesday SundaytnReV T C Wilson Pastor everytourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor t3ECRET IUCUTIES Hartford Lodge No C5 Fc A Ma MondaynlgbtW M E P Moore Secretary t everythird i RoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E Smoots on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HettieRUeyRough River Lodge No 110 Knlghtf nightE13K of R and S la 1 Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night E n ForemanRecordSunshine Hive No 42 L O T M thIrdFrIdayE E ilrkhead Lady Commander keeperIIholdIiitordMJti RedMenEMorrisonot Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F I meets every second and fourth Ion t BBCarpenters and Joillers local No 1881 moots 1st Saturday night in each tJ DLucoOFICIAL ROSTER American Society ot Faulty or National Officers O o DYTON Pros Greenville Ili M F SHARP V1cePres ISJ C CANTRILL Pres Geor etown Ie- s D ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County Offlcers- S I SEVENS Pres Beaver amIKy K1iCoEDUCATIONJKy 1 W C Bbley Hartlord R R D 10 4 2 J A Balamy WhUesvIUe 3 F D Bauer Hartford HoF D t No1 4 Jim W Taylor Beaver Dean ItPD No 3 mLaoe66J rtEcrmct r 11 Th beat cCuratire 7 L 11 teeMedlcti these dl hI 50cGwuaut dv e r g n v f it wv rFr Fi n 4 li i AFTER THE BATTLE 9I ExplahtjOur at Brandy connected with Gettysburg BntCllelders r bury Is authority and whom we bud tnllett to wIth while we were there 1asked to join our mess ut Brady woe to the army to verify the pos- ltlol1s1 ottbP varlout commands One j night we had just cut down to ditfne- A r 1 t when hP entered our big hospital tent 1 quite tired I Well he announced otter tnklu g Ids plwe nt the table I have bee n down In the Second corps tOday and I i lJJ1iee I here dlllcofrfd how Joshua tWilde the sun stand stlll I first tien t t to regiment und bad the theirione or two hours earlier or later that wlntIagreeing and It I hinted that some ot theyisevere dignity WI were there Batch gutsndtake a day ot at least twenty hour- Instead ot thirteen ut Gettysburg t satisfy theiraccotnts So when Josh uns captains got around him utter tit oprtlle could ever harmonize their IItOtl- lIIents was to make UtI sun stand still and give them nil a chance Any one who hUll ever tried to estnb- Itsh the exact position or hour who n anything took place In nn InalllIIlnt will confirm Dotcblldprs explrllnI and possibly It not too orthodox nc cept his explanntion ot Jushuaa feat Morris Scbaff In Atlantic A MONSTER SKULL One That Was SaId to Be BIgger Than a Bushel Basket One or the most rllIInrknble finds o- rJ gIgantic hUlllon rrrnnins ut which WI have any record was that said to hnl been made lit Pnllrlllo Sicily In thl year 15113 when an entire skeleton or unheard ot proportions wits unparthee by some marble quarry men lhIIIP mammoth remains measured eXllcll- ytblrttour feet from bead to toot and nine feet seven Inches from point to point of the shoulders A atone ax burled with this old tIm p giant may still bo seen at Palermo In section Z ot the St Isorent museum tit Is mil de ot a bluish looking finp grained bowlder and appears to bp about two feet elgbt inches long by on toot brood und nine Inches through It the tblckest place A musty rusty look In gag attached to the relit inform th sltor that It wellbai Uftytw pounds but the general verdict Is that It could not weigh over thirty or tblr tyfve pounds d The skeleton was burned hy a mil In the year IUC2 during the Ilrlnhou- ot the black dllItb ut Palermo th Ignorant snperstltious people bellPv- lnt that It was connected In some mys- terlous way with the death denting dW- teniper The shill or this glint Ill cordIng to Abbe FerrljulI wns largely sellslte of the baskets sayd tll hold the bushel being titled above and tetewe wit be teeth to the humber o- sixtyfcure f the each ot which would- havi weighed two ounces Cavalier Scroy claimed to bare round a skull on Tenerife that hull sixty teeth Westniuuster Gazette AnImal MlmcryIOhser ers ot nature are frequently struck wlh till singular resenibinnees- of Itsmrts to leaves dried sttelta etc and these IIketiesses ure supposed to have grown out ot till ueeessity lit protection against or concealment 4romenemies An lnterestlugexuuildp- of thlll kind ot rlllIIbhlllle wns brought to the nltlntloll lit till Entomological society In London hy a naturnllNt who exhibited n spider found lubnliting some rake ulur Cannes on which were also tllstllled- j the crises or n species ot ninth When I at rest tie spider exhibited uhllolll 1tlrlcl ely the same torlll and color Oil the moth cases surrounding It tCant Beat Em- was monopolizing the newspaper Please let me have the womans page she said Je carefully tore off a page and r bonded It tl her It was a full page advertisement or- i a mllllnlry opening and he chuckled RbI went to JokeI the billChu o An Ample Test The Insurance AgentSure your heart Isnt weak The Insured One Oh yes yes The AgentEver test It The InsuredYes indeed I baUgamJDealer Open Confession AnntaTpmmy I put three pies In here yesterday and now tbere Is OnlY one flow Is that Tommy Please f It was so durh aunt1diint see that orelIondon Punch 1 Discontented The Roasonka men whom I reii nl when t married Pou are richer than you are now t l The HusbandTbnte why Illut- ttratedfilts f t Tie Is till nhblfllt who hA rnlsd I himself by hillown exerUotias lJt a hlJerBtotloDClcerolI i it 1j J f r 1 THE SAFFRON PUNT It Is Among the Very Oldeist of till Vegetable Products Thspartlcular IIppcles or ctocua the hoe from time immemorial been cult productknownCrocus isutlrus wiled Is wild from Italy to Kunllstan Saffron may- a be reckoned nrnong the very oldest ot vegetable products being alluded to tn the Song ot Solullloo among other spices ot Lebanon The name croon- H Cbllldeuu or Greejc and was first- Used by Thpophrnstus of lresur alma 350 R C and that It was n wet ttnawu und admired dower In GrllCe soon afterward Is shown IIy Sophoclell who uleutlous the crocus ot golds Ileum In his CPellpus at Colones- s The word saffron seems to IJe n car ruptlon lit the Arabic tamp al rubafu tau aril the product Itself was Urs Imported Into England ns a spIce or condllllent helng also used as a trola or dye for lIkll and other fabrics o the eastern 100lllS- At n later date exactly when Is known the plllnt itself was In EnJllIud more eRppclnlly to tMRpX In which county the nllllle ot SlIlfron Walden remains lu evidence lit t4 tact AJJIu WI lure lu London Iron hill Which formerly was n alt gardeoI Iron lads as well as for Its strawbrr- rtes Today hoverer saffron is bu little usedlondon Chronicle SUGAR AND CANDY Satisfy the Cravings of the Children For Sweet sugareor they JO In awimmlag or get teamed o- a headache from playing too long it the sun or chilled by staring too lung in time Olln air but 1s that any sarand reason why they should be deprived o sweets sunlight baths end fresh ulr I or discouraged from Indulging it them All that is needed enyA Or wood Hutchinson in Success Magazine Is n little common assess regulation and Ju dlcloll1l superrlAlon not prohibition or- denuncllltion lost ot the extraordl nary craving for pure sugar and lon dy which is supposed to lead tbp average child to inevitably founder himself It left to his OWl sweet will Dud n box ot candy le due to a slat ot artificial and abnormal sugar ratios produced by on Insufficient amount ot this invaluable food lu UII regular diet- Cblldren who are given plenty ot sugar on their mush brand and but ter and pUddlDgs It regular allowancE ot cake nud plenty swept trolls Dr almost fret from this crane for candy this tendency to gorge themselves to surfeit and can usunUy be trusted with both the candy box oDd the lIugar bowl Parker House Rolls MnterlulsPbre tablesismnfuls ot butter one teaspoonful rHalt ouP hal cupful of Inkpwllrlu water one yeas cake two cupfuls ot new milk one tn- blelllollntul or sugar two egg white and six cupfuls ot flour Way ot PrepuringScald the milk and add to It the sugar salt and butter lll stand until Inklwarm tlllHI add three eipfuis of flour and beau tor hive minutes Add tlta dissolved yeast and let stead until It Is n very Ught frothy Umuss then odd the egg whites beaten to u stilt froth and the retuahi lug flour Let rise again until it Is twice Its orllnlll hulk place on your molding board knead lightly lUll thee roll into II sheet half un Inch thick Take n large hllllult ullerand cut thl dough Into rounds Brush with netted butter fold over nod press the edges together Place In u buttered pan one Inch apart Let rise until very lIhl Dud bake In n hot oven fifteen minutes Nntlownl howl Magazine A Duck of a Man Ellen Terry and Mr Balfour met for the first thug atAtha toile of IIIDIY- W Lucy In Londou During the ensuing conversntlon Miss Terry rev molDed strangely silent Presently the Unionist leader had to leave for thp house ot commonl and Ellen Terry lit last found tier tongue lIe host was relllvId to timid that she hoe not been bored Bringing tier closet humid down on the table she exclaimed with n glance toward the door through which Mr Balfour lad passed I think fiats a duck ot a maul zAdvantages l suppose you are glad to bp tree again The ex convict sidestepped n trouley car dodged nn uuto and looked facto oustsy toward a clanging ambuhnnce- tOh ot course Qf course be said Out let me tell you a man In prison feels mighty snteJhlladelpbla Led gar t A Drawback IIapostYes but I missed the billboards l can tell onWaBliingtoa Iergid ExtraordinaryI of course answered Mr Meekton only jm ao careless that ElPnrltfit- eeps It locked up In tbe de- paAlt wr that I wont lose ltNaafiin- gtou start I Arriateurlah Am I the flMt gIrf yougFer kfePdT a trYol1iilntfWpl1rltI tlyarcept yonr l 1 =Cleveland Leader 1 I t rTHE QJA ONpi CUTTER HI Skill Hal Much to Do With the sillfagoy o the Gem diamondt wastknows by its color whence tt comes for tbecolr ot the Brozlllan dlumund differs from that of the South African and even to South Africa dlltereut col ors are found iii dlaerent mlles In the rough the diamond has little thatterly retract the light and It Is this doII market The skill ot the dlunmud lUt ter has much to do with bringing out this brllllnncy Ilc must do the mast betatrtthe precious freight In the fltone offIn any msltlon while being crystalliz muyjdtill expect cutter has ti rough diamond before him hp judges almost instantly how U will cut to the greatest ad pearPmood ot It It It II square or round the cutting will fnlllw the natural Ilnea losstTo make the stone nil brllllnnt as possible the dinmollli cutter cuts many facets so nil to refract till light from ns many points as he con A full rat brllllnt hUll at beast fartyeigit tnrets and so expert are the cutttJI that they often cut l1IJ1nUlnds so small that It rl- qulrp1l a hundred to weigh n carat Farh has fortyclgllt fdcetsCleve rland Plain teeni- erWashington One Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed for five weeks Blood polsoil from a SIld- r ers bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve com pletely cured me writes John Wash Ington ot Dosquovl11e Tex For ecze ma lolls burns and plies Its supreme 25c nt aU druggists m Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to Issue the ELEMENT ARY CERTIFICATE the INTERME LIFEPCERTIFICATE which entitle the holders to teach anywhere In Kentucky for two years tour years and for life respecthely without further examin often Information as to floe amount ot work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Ad dress H N Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky 2t2 QUlCKTSPILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills The V Ib Government In Its Pure Food Law dots not Indorse or guar anted Guy reparation as some menu tacturerilin their ndertIEenents w Could make It appear In tine case of lIIedl- cines the law provides that cermln- drugs bo mentioned on the labels It they are lngredlenls ot the prepara flame Elys Cream Balm the well known family remedy for cold In time head hay fever and nasal catarrh doesnt coutatn a shrgle Injurious drug so the makers have simply to print the fact that It complies fully with all the requirements or the law Olders forGrad School Orders Ohio County Court regular July term 5th day ot July 1909 Hon W B Taylor J O C C lresldlng Chas Cnrgal ot al For Graded Common School It appearing to the satisfaction ot the Court that at the regular Mat term 1909 of this court Chas Cnrgnl and 23 other legal whlto votes of com mon School SubDIstrlctli NOt U 15 and 16 ot Educational DIvision No G- oC Ohio county Kentucky and Post office address Mellenry Kentucky did cause to bo tiled with the Clerk of tints court as provided by law a petition wherein they prayed for the establishment ot a Graded Common School District and that an election bo ordered to take the sense of the legal white voters within said district aata whether or not they Were In a- vorof levying a tax of GO cents on each 1UOOp worth of taxable property belonging to sa voters or corporations within said district to eachIrepairing suitable bulldlagor build tugs and for the matatenanceof said Graded Common Scl oJ At the regular Juno 1909 tdrm ot this court the name pet4donersChas- Cargal l1d others tiled nn Amended petition changing oily the boundary ot the proposedGraded Common Schoot Ilstricttas g1YOn hi origlnal Petition and sold petition all atneuded Was In words and figures hum tontT- oHon WBlaylor Jodgbof tha 0hto ontj Cofln1 oi IK X610 the uniirslgned piefltlo nei1i being1e8a1 Vofera atidv fax pnyerafn- r i rthre l orderanelection 1 gal white voters asto whether Graded Common School shall be estbl1s ed and maintained by levy and collected for that purpose ot a tax ot not exceeding 60 cents on each one hundred dollars JOOOO worth ot property In i said district owned by white llersonsj and by Corporations nod a ot one dollar and fifty cents IGO o each white male inhabitant therein over twentyone years ot age under SectIons 9464 and following the Kentucky Statutes and under Section 100 and following the Common School Laws ot Kentucky find said District to bo bound as follows Deglnnlng at Frank Harrl1 at Mer cor with Bakers line thence South- East to George McFarlands including hhu thence to Hiram Maddoxs place Including It thence to the Fisher aria Including It thenceto the R P Beck place including It thence to the Delmer Austin place including It thence South to the RochelRvI and iartford road thence with said road Including all on the North sUe of salll road to the Sam Maddox place Including It thence to the Gaither property Including It thence to the James Austlu property Including It thence to the OBrlan property now owned by the Mcllenry Coal Company IncludIng It thence to the keller pIne Including It thence to the Cleveland Austin place Including It thence to Dude Phelps Including him thence to time R P Beck property on the corner bordering on the Rochester and Hartford rood including It thenc to the D M Duncan place including It thence to the Nick Swan property including It then to the Dick Toll property including It and all the Com pany house between these two places thence to the widow Guys property Including It thence to the E G Ren der property Including It thence to the E F Render farm IncludIng It thence to the Sallie G Render place Including It thence to the wll llama Coal Companys land Including what Is known as the Rocker place and on a portion ot which Alonzo l1n ton now lives thence to and Includln what Is known as the Simon Jones property and on which Buck Simp son lives thence to the boundary line between the WIlliams Coal Company and James Rice Including the Maddox farm on which Addle Spanks nowI lives thence to time property of J T Main Including it and also Including the property owned b Warren Baker known as the Old Kelly place thence to the homestead ot Frank Harris In eluding all on the South side of Bak ers line to the belnnhng We further represent that the foregoing boundary embraces Common School SubDIstricts Nos la 16 and 1 Educational Division Xo 6 and this petition has the approval ot the Tllls tee of each or salll Districts and nlsc of the County Superintendent o Schools 1Ve designate a certain tract or liar cal of land situated botWlOlI lcHen1c and IVlllians Mines In Ohio county Kentucky on the West side of the 111- 1miols Control Ran Road and Just boIlow the Brown Mercantile COmllanI store and known as the all n site for the building for the IIrOIposed Graded Continuum School certify that salll site Is not amore than two and onehalf miles trump aav portion of the boundary ot the proposed District It further appearing to time satls tacUon ot the court that said PetlUon and amended Petition were regular flied and docketed at the May and June terms 1909 ot this Court by or excepItlons PoUUonIltroval ot County School Superlnten dent James M Deweese ns per his CourtIGraded Common School District lie fS- tabllshed as fully set out In the PeI- Utlon as amended and as above recorded and that the Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky R B directedH and ho is hereby ordered and to open a poll at the school house lu the said proposedH Graded Common School District on Saturday August 21st 1909 for time 1 purpose of taking the souse of the legal white voters of said proposed di- mtract which DistrIct embraces Nos N 16 and 16 ot Educational Divfslou No Ci the levying and collectloll annually ot a tax ot fifty cents on each 10000 worth ot taxable property with In said District owned by white per 110111taxresiding within said District for the purpose ot repairing erecting or par chasing suitable building or buildings and the maintenance of said graded common school as aforesaid It Is further adjudged by the court that each and all allegations and statements set forth In the petition as ameimded are true Said sherIff ot Ohio county Kentucky copy of the order hereIn by time clerk of this court will have same published as required by law and will- at the same tlllle and place as abov- described cause the two officers appointed by him a Judge and a clerk to hdld said election W IlrollOund the following question to each of the he gal white voters offering to vote Arc you for or against the levying and col lectlon or a tax nnn1lal1r ot oe cents on each 10000 worth or taxable property within said district owned by white persons and corporations and a loll tax ot 160 on each legal whit voter resident therein to be used Cor the purpose herein set forth and they shan record the vote thereon as each voter may direct and they shan at the same time and place hold nn election at which a board or five trustees shall be elected by the duly qualified voters ot said district for said proposed Graded Common School D181 trlct and this cause Is continued for report as prescribed by law A COPYATTEST W S TINSLEY Clerk By S A WOERNER Deputy Clerk I In obelllence to time foregoing I will open a poll at Wllllauls 3liAUs 1909 for time purpose therein stated R B MARTIN S 0 C- Notice Parties taking sufficient quantities Ice to entitle them to have tinllll placed In the refrigerator must If the desire It placed there keep their ce chnlllber free from dishes bottles plates etc JlAUTFOfiD ICE COI MEND N ALLS i CHILL TONIC I t Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed I GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges X20000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting nconctde that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of tl1 United States Court Report ors write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST TeleRraphywhichDRRUGHOWS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE lacoetoaarxoj EVANSVILLE PADUOAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPJlJS Fortune Telling Doc not take into consideration the one essential to wom ana happinesswomeniy health The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but dross Womanly health yvhoo lost or impaired may generally bo regained by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription thIs Prescription has for ovel 40 years been curlnJJ delIcate weak paln wracked women by the hundreds of thousands and thls too In the privacy of their homes without thZI having to submit to lndell Bate gaestlonlndls and offensively repn9- rant examinations Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce fly letter frll I DispensaryMedical SenseMedicalPlAin EngiJb hosts of delicate questions which everywoman single or married ought to know about Sent fu inplpin wrapper to any address on receipt of 21 eioe een tata ups tGoover mailing only or in cloth binding for 31 stamps JF3a02r lmOlSaYa it c u nallaTT C E81U7 BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY ltilll practice their professIon In all the courts of OhIo and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at entrustedIISpecIalties Office to Republican build- iFRANK L FELIX at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio sad adjoInIng counties and In the Court ColIa In the Herald buildIng IR R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wilt practice In the State and Federal pensionsIItccountyoffice stLiii vltu EImNEstwouUWAni HEAVRIN WOODWARD Gto rtieyg c cW HARTFORD KY Wilt practice theIr profession tn- aU the courts of Ohio county and gtveen Ot ice next door to Dante of Hartford IYAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY With practice his profession In aU the Courts of OhIo and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No Nationale W UnAUSES II A ASDER801 BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys anj Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY 1The undersigned announce that they formed a partnership or the prac Lice of Law In aU courts State and Fed eral with offices south Hide of Mata street opposite Court house Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real iEstate will be gten special attention Notary In office W II DARES S A ANDERSON JOHN U wtlOS C llis ii cttttl WILSON CROWS LAWYERS IHARTFORD KY profession In aU adjoining coun AllpealsIattention given o criminal onII3Ialn S opposite Court House axd TRADEMAnKS promptly obtained in PAYCNTaTHATerpunreauu lpyoutoeuccew reportonrorfreauIJpoutI O3O5 Sovonth Stroot r WASHINGTON D C JPROCURED BBB Blath IIapp galttd atata P tat Ollie WASHINGTON D C rL u i 1 WITHFRAU ANQ- INTIMIDATION1 Lexington Election of 1007 Fairly Reeked v tad Democrats Elected Then Are all Thrown Outby Court I Decision IIIIJ191nUsdown decision in tho contest I cafto here declaring the ofI fiA of Mayor pain City tonicy Wallace Mnjr Jailer Masuer and Assessor novlgvaennt as tho 011j Hull of frauds In tho 1007 JutoParkr says the election reekI id all The con with fraud of kinds test was Instituted by the Republicans against nil lho rcont city officials znt owing to tho difficulty In secur Ins proof all the cases wore later dropped except as to tae four men ousted today An appeal will be taken at once When the appellate court passes on the case if Judge Parker Is upheld the city council will select new offil dais to serve until another election can bo held Judge Parker said that the election reeked with fraud intimidation andI purchased negro reglsrtatlon certifi cates which fraudulent things weleI carried on by members of the police and dectlve departments Democratic I officeholders and candidates for office and hundreds of people were entire ly deprived of the privilege of voting because of the manipulation of vot ing precincts by the Democrats Tho court sustained precticalfy every one of the sensational charges made by the Republicans and said that the cloctlon was a disgrace Kentucky lie said it had been shown by the evl dence that after the polls were closed ballots In several precincts had been tampered with by the Democratic oWC Jets of the electtion Two Boys Arrested Corbett Bratcher and Archie Hump ton were arrested last week at Rock port charged with grand larceny They were brought to Hartford and placed In jail until yesterday when they were tried beroro Judge W B Taylor who held them over pending the grand jurjs investigation Their bonds were fifed at ouch which they failed to give in lieu ot which they wore remanded to jail liralchcr IH about fifteen years old and llvws at Rockport while Hamjn tun Is about twenty and claims iliiiC Jilt homo is In Butler county They iro ncciiFSPd of sUmllng 6U from Mr Robert Decker with whom Urutohcr liiis been boardirg Tho boys wont 1 to Kvansvillo to ace city life and were tirnstciS on tho v earner Ev anhvJtle when they roUiircd No nioii uy wus found on lIther of them g FAIRVIEW I NS School opened at this plate Monday with a fair uttenUnncu and Mr Alec itos vet toaahur Mr lioswcll is a practical and experienc ed toucher and we predict a success till torm of school under hjp manage wont A large crowd attended Sunday School here Sunday Those present from a distance were Mr and Mrs r1whoMrs Rinda tails of Louisville Is visiting her ulster Mrs W C Myers Miss Verda Jamison Cane Rut visit od her brother Mr Farris Jamison und fondly from Sunday until Tuesday illwfvs Floy and Maggie Miller Rosins returned homo Saturday after a weeks visit with their cousin Miss Lorcim Willie Mhs Protihla Ualncc Ro Ine visited her cousin Miss lmko VilBon Saturday night Mss Bessie V Acton Schroader spoilt Thursday night with her moth er Mrs C C White and family 3118 Bertha Thomas Cedar Grove wlfilted Miss llessle K Acton Friday ufioraoon V itttle Miss Loretta Jamison eiwnt the day Monday with Mrs Jack Drovvnd and family Mist Bessie Raley Rosine visited Miss Eunice Wilson Monday afternoon Mr J L Allen Preiitls visited Rev T J Acton Friday Mr Frank Haynes and daughter Mrs Mary B Wilson visited Mr and Mrs Robert Miller Horse Branch Monday Mr and Mrs TV W Acton Mt Ver non visited their sun Rev T J AcI ton and family Tuesday N1 Mr C C White and family visited airs Whites sister Mrs John Miller and family RosIne Saturday night and undarjMiss Fought vlh1tbdtltirs- i t w J 4ittbrP p r Edna Jamison Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Newton Myers 61 Spott vllle are the guests of Mr Myerrs sister Mrs Tom Fought Messrs Clarence Allen and tom mey Baldwin Beaver Dam spent Bat ufday wlth Mr Herbert Wilson Mr Cicero Moxley and slater Miss Nettle Shreve visited friends In this community last week Arthur Raleys picture gallery with Mr Worth Raley as manager Is at Mr John Wilsons ready for business Success to the Republican y HERBERT Herbert Ky Aug 2 146- 0RqtJoel Brunei of William Jew en College Missouri filled his father- sappoidwentliere Saturday and Sun= day at Panther Creek church Misses Nina ljrimor and Ruth Smltfc of Ekron Ky Verna Storms of Hen tier on and Rachel Stewart ot OwensI boro are the guests of Mr Oscar Rice and other relatives here ilvolIVtidnesfdayfund turned It over to the trustees Mr and Mrs Andy Obenchaln of Owensboro are the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 T Burdett I Messrs Oliver Hoover and Forest Hawkins are at homo from Bowling Green College Miss Annie Bishop Owensboro Is visiting Miss Pearl Bruner Mr Den Givens Evansvllle Is vis itIng his sister Mrs Grant MIdklff Mrand Mrs Walter Skinner Messrs Grant MIdklff and Oscar Rice attended the Association at Lewlsport Wednesday and Thursday Mrs Elizabeth Douthetif Synthla who has been with her daughter Mrs Sallle Floyd several weeks returned home Saturday Miss Myrtle Burdett and brothers entertained quite a number of young people at dinner Sunday Mr J W Ford Is having an addltlo built to his house Messrs Jake Wilson Fordsvllle and Oscar Haynes Whltesvllle were here last week In Interest of a new bank a Whit esvtile Messrs Wallace and Ivony Ennlch Blackford attended church here Sunday and dined with J B Chamber Mrl Willis Corley nJid amilfisef Shorts Station visited at G W Barnet Saturday and Sunday Messrs Frank and Henry Chambers went to Owensboro today Mrs Dormlnda Williams and daughter Mattle have returned to Owens boro after a visit to Os r Haynes and family Teachers Wanted a The demalU or teachers who have been trained nthe Western Normal is greater than theTtupply The Fall Session oi nsSeptjubtT 7th Write P osldentf II H CHigrr Bowling Green Ky for information ralatlvc to frccAjSJon 2t- 2r + CENTRAL GROVE lMr John Sevens of Val Creek neighborhood and Miss mAUl Ioney of this place wero mar Wednesday evening by Rev L W TIchenor Mrs Joglu Park nnd daughter Mrs 1 B Tappan Hanf rd slatted at Mr D M Pirktt recently Mr and Mrs J A Hocker East Hartford Mr and Mrs Ed Gwynn Render vUltcd at Mr N I Iglo hearts Sunday Mr and Mrs W W Hocker and daughter Miss May nice visited In Beaver Dam Sunday the guests or the fluidly of Mr Downey Hocker and Mrs L J Iglnhcart 111r Iglehearfs sister Mrs Will near Beaver Dam Sunday Mss Kate Fulkcrson Beaver I1IUle her aunt Mrs M G Scell Saturday night Mrs Elizabeth Penrod nUll son Herschol of Naphvllle Tennessee arc expected to arrlvp Saturday to be the guests of Mrs Pcnrods slater Mrs D M Park for a few days MIss Grace Cargal of Render t spending this week with Mrs W I Iglehoart Mrs Dr C O Crowder Mercer Station visited her parents Mr and Mrs S T Brown Saturday and Sun dayMr E Q Cooper visited relatives In Owensboro and Island Station lac week Miss Belle Berryau began school at Goshen Monday- A party was given at Mr W P Goffs Saturday night Several fro this placo are planning a trip to the Mammoth Cave In the near future Mrs Vince Goff Is visiting rela tives In McLean County Mr D L Bishop attended the Od Fellows ralley at Sulphur Spring Saturday For Sale Within 14 miles of Hartford 100 acres lanai well Improved Contain- Ing cottage dwelling and all necellsary out buildings iti HORACE H PENDLETON vtI t ii ictc x t r 4 ir fl J CJi I t lulr l + r 1- It I 1 s it xq rb rn dl Ix a t K I RAILkI s- AUGUST 7 1909 L- On Account Sixth Annual Masonic Celebration t Fre1t IfDdt Leaves Hartford 6 A Me Returning 1025 P M of 1c 1 4 1 I JOur Distillery illocated in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc DistrictsKentucky Oldfashioned 1whiskiesmade inI an oldfashioned wayatan old fashioned distillery Try uSthats all we ask J1 7 L itbrfefea ed DlmtWory Ho 7 Sib DMflat Nelsen Co KtatuakvO- ontrollea by the OBa K OOODMAK OOXPAOTT FaducalCr Xemphla TenDo Bhrenportl4 XranirilleIzuL if 1 I N co R F o erp tSd 201203205 S coed Cairo lliterw ttrieatis 1 pnq Phone T YouPaytheExpressf Packed In Jugs 0 Bottles as you wish IRedRock No1 Nelson County DoarllonOO per pi I Lincoln County Tenn Jack Daniel 200 per sal tOOptrealJackWhite or Yellow orn WhUkey SOllUouM 200 per pi piIII BedRock8pecWStradghtKentucldBourbonLOOper BaL I I In our 8toekr 400 per tai galtJack Beam Nelaon County Kentocky 260 per gal 30QpereaLJackUebertsonCounty 100 per Jr1 I Oackenbelmer Rye u 300 per raL- Robertaon County Tenneae In LEO per eat North White Corn WhllkerAf Ju a 160 Old Fox Kentucky Bourbon Only A60 Brandy Clermont DUUIHna Coi JeOO to 100 per 61 IApple Brandy Clermont DUUlUngCai 200 to 500 per sal and Rye r 200 perJ- j and Honey lIollaDd Gin and DoetatieI200totOOpergal Genera Gin Imported ii 600 per gal Alcohol t2O0OL6000aad10opergal 11B ttl d1nBoirttIiWlWsklss I IZqJtOldJack Beam Nelaon Coioty K toed COO 7EO 1100IFranklin COOl 1200 + 4 Farmdale jt JRraat tutky100 OlLOOIOld Nation CoUtt CoUIIB v ivyy 14maNelson Ojpn 4111860 100 Red RockR7eJeIf aaW j4 4y0 I1 h Ih jlf 1v r l yTfrr ti i wru11 c nCh To OurCustomers Every drop we sell conforms to o requirements of the Everydropyou are not pleased from any cause return the goods at our and your money will be refunded We understand fully the advan of prompt shipment maintain and day ndIall our houses e spare troubleor expensotosnake guaranteeFor the benefit of theIIItE anywhlskeyllstetd ortwenty regular gallon rate We will four quarts of 200 gooda assorted checks acceptedwhen- sender is rated In lDun or Brad- atreet otherwise send motley order exchange or rePJ ed notdiendcarreieyQtaeilver Buying whiskey by mail is a matter confidence We want to treat in a way to deserve bur corifldence and gt kxl 4 I ty qUtypromPf Q Biror1 S4 feQ II O j ta- AV as w 1 ftr I We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Your moneys worth 1 1 a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South I RAT Lower Street vansville hid Ni 0isfi 28 DlitilUry Carolina penal CpI Imported acsq1L tage ship 11JfiAtgi 1anftKEk q We Paythe Express I perralBrookdale1 id 2 itl tailOld McHaney Whlakey 100 proof Pure trioSmokyMountalaCornwhlakey P Straight Whlakey 280 Goo 825 hi SU Uefa I 700FwdaleDourbanbrRe300 1000CreRed Rock Special Straight Kentucky 1200MoenRyaBeitInOurStoek66o 1- I 850PeachAprlcotBrambCaluornlaR iOO 675 860 1LOOUaaotaCounryfTenneawer r FOR THE REHANDLER p- it All S e to lit PIaIIOase- t erOask xjN0es Prepaid i Un tt- Btaa Bal t T unIa OpDlota 10o Mlt irenGGaKfWALknualebeled100pjnb27oo 2400 t 7760tifkirkey100p1abt StJ lFtI Mo stoa f jIn wf4 J 0 1 JrHw1