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I rc c- tit Y I tattf rb 1 flbfq Yeariv61 XXII gARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 13 1909 No4- J 1 KENTUCKY TO GAIN i BY PAYNE TARIFF j Free Tobacco Increase o I Hempif And Rate on Flourspar willHelp StateNew Law Much- Misrepresented Washington Ang 9 Somewhat wearied by the long siege over the 4 tariff bill but with assurances from K Ills friends that he had math his In fluenco felt in the Senate Senator s William 0 Bradley of Kentucky left for Louisville Sunday evening The Senator says he If iviifldeiit t tho tariff Ijlll will merit with the ap IJroval of the couture when It h s iunderstoQdi and that the local featu i res will strengthen the Republican pa ty In KentuckIr He Items wa t Interested that Kentucky did not get all t she deserved but that there were j 1 number of Increases which will help J encourage tho Industries of the State I and that the free tobacco clause should prove a great benefit to the farmers I do not think the tariff bill Isfjijly understood by the people of the coun 1tryr said the Senator before his de- t parture for the reason of the many misrepresentations that have beet made of Its schedUles The oft repeat cd assertion that the law will increase the price of necessities to the con sumers Is empty rot Those who are denouncing it clalm it wlll increase fi the price of clothing and yet the tact iJ the present tariff carries lower duties tharf the Dingley Bill It Is ilsd contended that the bill will increase the price of foodstuffs yetthe game gentlemen argue that the protec live duty upon wheat corn and other farm products is t1nD effect I voted against free hides because I was satisfied the effect tit such leg islation would be to Increase the pro fits of the great tanneries and shoes manufactories without giving any relief to those who wear the shoes When those who professed to advocate 3 free hides in order to decrease the price of shoes were met with the proposition to reuce the tariff on leath er and shoes they raised an awful howel However the bill has passed carrying with it a reduction on leather and shoes and In my opinion will give some relief to the consumers of harness and shoes Without a re duction In the products of hides none o would be benefited except the T large tanners and shoe manufacturers The bill df course does not plea e everybody and no bill could be tram ad that would I believe the Payne law will prove a great Importit nt ove the Dlngley lawan Improvement the was demanded by changed conditions 1 think the country at large will be benefited and when it is In effect it will bring around a period of general prosperity 4The free tobacco provision prove a great benefit to the of Kentucky by opening up a new market for tobacco that they havq not enjoyed Large Incraeses on hemp laC1cdence would have done for the benefit of the Kentucky producersIIt is a source of they were not adopted ference as it passed the Senate ftt was found however impossible to car ry out this plan owing to the un compromising opposition of the South bagfling ators who were insisting on cheap packs for their grain and the au thorltles in tlie Staje where Juto is However we did secure an lncreas0- tj uf J250 a ton on hemp which 18al f Step in the right direction nud t lead to better results i The adoption of a tariff ot3 a ton on fluorspar has saved this In dustry ln Kentucky from destruction will prove a blessing to the Action of tho State in whelp this product Is being mined Upon the whole the people of Kentucky have fared reasonably well when It 1s tak t en into consideration that there wis a general cry for reduction inj theftariff I 1 4 t 4V a tiair on raw materials The State In my opinion will share largely In the gen eral prosperity which Is bound to fol low In the wake of the Payne bill FAIRVIEW Aug 10Schcolat this place Is pro managmentfMr Janies Duke and family and Mr Henry Nubors and family Olaton attended Sunday school at tub place SundayThere Is talk of the Baptist people of this comqyinlty building a church near the school house In the near future There will be singing at this place every Saturday night Mr Walter Myers Is our leader everybody Is cordially Invited Mrs Columbia Allen Narrows was the guests of Mrs J D Myers and family Monday Mrs Robert Myers nnd little son Byron visited her sisterinlaw Mrs Ida Graft near Roslne Sunday Miss Dessle F Acton Schroadcr visited Mrs R B Wilson Saturday Mr Dempsy White and wife Salem rand Mr C C White and family visit ed Mr J D Myers and family Sun dayMiss Dessle Raley Roslne Is giving musical Instructions at Mr J R Wil- sons Parddn A short news leer everybody Is bus- yTRAGICDEATN OF Mfc W E KOHLEB Well Known in Hartford was Con tractor on M H E The many frl dStprMr W E Kobler whop was one of the contrac tors on tle M Hand E Railroad CQnnected with the firm of Williams Kohler and Company will be dis tressed to learn that he met with a tragic dehth at Hazelhurst Georgia last Saturday Dirt Kohler was of a bright sunny disposition and made a friend of everyone he met He made friends In Ohio county by the hun dreds while stationed here for sev oral years during the work on the new road We received the following note from Mr J C Williams yesterr day Mr Williams wasalso a member of the firm of contractors and is well known here- Louisville Ky Aug 11 1909 The Hartford Republican Hartford Ky Gentlemen I have Just received the shockingnews that Mr W E Kohler was drowned at Hazelhurst Georgia Saturday His body has not feet been recovered Yours truly J E WILLIAMS rWYSOAug llThe Ice cream supper at Taylortown Saturday night was quite a success Mrs Margaret Taylor visited her daughter Mrs W P Bennett from Sunday until Tuesday visitsMonday Mr Richard Conatser of Muhlen berg Co was In this community Sat urday and Sunday Miss Rowena Rowe Centertown is visiting her cousins Miss Susan and presentI progressing large to come later Mrs E J Moore and Mrs Minnie Day en pert was the guest of Mrs Lee Nelson Tuesday Miss Mary Grubb of paradise was the guest of her brother Mr Thos Grubb Sunday Mr Ira Hartley and with of Echols was the guest of Mr Sep Taylor Sun day 4 Miss Marlon and Margpret Wil liamson of this place is visiting friends and relatives in Greenville at presentI The School of Music Persons desiring a full course ln VocaT and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportunities in the Western Normal AVrfefor snecial information I Ad dress HH Cherry Bowling Green Kyj 4t2 i f j 1- A w FY ON RECORD AS- STATEWIDERS Baptist Association Adop ted Temperance Resolution The Abolition of Liquor Manufact ure And Sale More Moment ous than Slavery The Davless County Baptist asso elation which was held at Bethabra church in Habit last week adopted the following state wide prohibition resolution by a unanimous vote It is with pleasure nnd thanks giving to God that we note the rising of the temperance movement in our Southern Zion While the North lib erated from slavery a few hundred thousand people the South having taken the initiative in the modern temperance movement is destined to- Ilu the emancipator of ninety million our people from the curse and bondage of rum Wo rejoice at the progress that our own dear Kentucky has made In this movement and though many foes against God and lin manlty pave arisen to prevent Its progress yet we feel that the day of statewide prohibition Is not tar dis taut The unscrupulous methods of the liquor Interest to prevent legislation for the protection of our homes has played no small part In the creation of a public sentiment against this giant evil The Baptists have acted well thplr part and borne faithfully their full share of the burdens of this warfare and we thank God for the zeal of our noble brotherhood Praise God that we now have eight Southern states that have abolished the rum traffic by adopting statewide prohibitionW heartily endorse the Splendid work done during the past year through the AntiSaloon league One hundred of our 119 counties are now dry therefore we believe the time has fully come when we should join our sister States in statewide prohibition and we your committee recommend that this association com posing an Integral part of this great commonwealth shall pledge our sup port and cooperation to that end and that we shall urge the passage by the next general assembly of a law sub mlttlng to a vote of the people of Kentucky a constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of spirituous vlnorous and mal liquors within our bounds SMALLHOUS Aug 9Mr Silvester Jones died at his home August 2nd 1909 of dis eases Incident to old age and was burled at Equality the day following Among those who attended the funer W were Delbert Jones TJuel Ky Mr Jake Igleheart and wife and Mrs Bettle Atherton MatanzasRufus Balls Centertown Ky Mr and Mrs John- S Igleheart Klrtley Mr and Mrs R p Bennett Beda were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway recently Mr Alva Calloway and Daughter Miss Maude Calloway went to Beaver Dam recently to see Miss Ellen Law rence who is ill of Typhoid fever Mr J W Blackburn and son George went to Rockport last Mon dayMr Alvn Calloway attended court at Hartford last week Mr T F Ball and son master Finch were at SmallhousFrlday to seethe new R R bridge they were the guests of Mr and Mrs S THunter Mr Owen Hunter and brotherin law Master John Ross Taylor Hartford Ky were in our midst Sunday the guests of Mr and Mre S T Hun terMr and Mrs Erskine Fulkerson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ray Fulkerson Klrtley Ky Mr Jess Klrtley and Mr George flied left for d trip to the Maui moth Cave Sunday j Mrs Lena Jackson Bevicr was n guest of Mr and Mrs 0 W Over butts Saturday Mrs Nail and son West Point was In our midst Sunday evening and were visitors to Tour Sunday school ntSmallhous church tyDr and Mrs takori Centertown eyenvr v Ing to see the R R Bridge which will soon be completed Mrs Sam Morton and nephew Mr Ton jIaxton are visiting relavtles at Llvennore a good rain Friday evening whilJwas greatly needed lI Will Nichols and children Clydeand Ruby are the guests of her mother Mrs Sallie Drake and sister Mrs Opple Klttlnger Small hous Ky I1Ilrs Charles W TIclienor and little son +Evansvllle Ind are the guts sot bar mother Mrs Mary A Tlcheiior- jftRs Ethel Withrow Nelson Ky is lje guest of her aunts Misses Ersa and Nancy Addlngton The new post offtce at Browns Stole will begin to handle the mull August flth the name of the office is Equality R B MARTIN New Chairman of the Republi can Executive Committee GREEN BRIER Aug It Mrs H A Wilson and Mrs A F ilCConncll visited In Cen tral Grove and West Providence neigh borhoods this week Mr Artlii klrk of Taffy who his been teachingin Marksvllle La visit ed friends in this neighborhood last weokiV Mr E S Howard of No Creek a former teacher of this place visited our school last Frlday Mrs B N Wilson and little daugh ter Virginia visited In Beaver Dam TuesdayA large crowd attneded the preaching at our school house Satur day night p GREEN RIVER DISTRICT TO MEET Session Galled for Owensboro to Select Delegate I i Dear Secy Local A S of EiPlease note that according ot resolu tion adopted by the Green River DIs- trict Union A S of E in session in Owensborq ton July 1st A meeting of the Green River District Tobacco Growers Departmnet of the A S of E Is called for Tuesday Aug 17th at Owensboro for the purpose of electln one delegate to attend meeting to be held in Bowling Green on Thursday August 19th20 and also for the pur pose of transacting other business relative to cooperation with the Gree River and Home Warehouse Cos In pooling and pricing tobacco meeting will convene at one oclock p m all local unions A S of E are requested to send representationS Secy Calhoun Ky August 11th 1909 AETNAVILLE- Aug id Crops are looking some better in this community Mrs Ellis Loyd and sonsE arl and Robert of Pittsburg Pa are the guest of relatives at this place Several from this place attended th Ohio County Association at ButanE The lowu party given by Mrs VIcto Coleman In honor of her daughter Miss Mae of Louisville Saturday evening was quite a success Mr E H Morgan audfamlly were b guests of Mr and Mrs S H Tanner Magan Sunday Mrs Mary Ralph is no better Little Miss Annie Louise Dlvcns is on the sick list Miss Dbrslo Loyd of Fordsvllle Is the guestfof relatives at this place MessrVMcSheer and Williams of Ow ensboro werelatthls place today InI spectlmr thojcoal region il t TOBACCO GROWERS ARE FOR HARMONY Will Work Together In Green River District All Three Tobacco Associations Had Delegates in At tendance Owensboro Ky Aug 10A very successful conference of the three tobacco associations the Green River Tobacco Grower association the Green River Equity Warehouse asso elation and the Green River Dis trict Tobacco Growers association of the A S of E was held In the city on Monday Representatives from each of the associations In the counties of Ohio Hancock McLean and Davless were present Organization was effected before noon by the election of Henry Will hoyto as president and Henry Shutter as secretary He Is from Utica ands a member of the Home aruhouso companyFollowing were the delegates In the meetingylnncockHenry Shafer J B Holland Jonm G Kelly W W Spencer and J T Adklns Ohio Dudley Ford Henry Pirtle and J C Withers McLean Walter Atherton S B Robertson WE Bibbs Daviess Henry Berry Henry il hoyte J W Dunn Geo M Taylor Price Baird J M Hay J C Tinlus S T Burns There was the most complete har mony throughout the proceedings and the purpose of the conference the getting together In regard to the pri cing and the selling of the WOO1 crop of tobacco was fully accomplished Last year there Were three sales como mittees and Hires1 separate sales one by each of them This was not us satisfactory to the buyers as it Is expected the concert action will prove It wds unanimously agreed to close all pooling pledges at a time named by the committee the time not to be later than September 30 190 The meeting was made up of dele gates chosen several weeks ago by the different organizations The afternoon meeting was held behind closed doors ROSINE Aug 11We have a good Sunday school at this place and interest Is IncreasingRev filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday even lug Roy Raines is In our midst balling hay Mr Jim Morris and family visit ed Mr Morris father of near Sugar Grove several days last week Mr Tom Hines and family visited Mrs nines sister Mrs Annie Brownd and family Saturday night and Sunday Born to the wife of Tom Raglans o the 9th inst a boyTomls all smiles Our school Is gettlngalong nicely with Prof Late Embry teacher PALO Aug 9Health Is reasonably good There were a large crowd attended the W O W Picnic at Sunnydale Saturday A big base ball game was played between Sulphur Springs and Sun nydale the result was 14 to 3 In fa vor of Sunnydale The Palo band gave Sunnydalo a call Saturday night In the way of a hay wagon Uncle Dug Feemster and wife went to Hartford Wednesday shopping Mr Kit Berry of Palo went to Madl Bonvllle last Monday Mrs Mary White and sons Clnudy and Hally visited her father Mr Rufus Boyd of Fordsvllle last Sunday i Mr Roto Norris moved Into our midst rllccutlyIMr Evansville Mrs Martha Berry and daughter j Lena and Mrs Kate Dooly visited Mrs Emma Wlmsatt recently Mr Dempsy White and daughter Mprbria of the Salem neighborhood I WhiteinudfamilyI There were several attended the h r graveBardpresent fus lloyd and Mm Jane Malden 4 Grand children 11 great grand ohll dren We had a heavy hall storm last Thursday that did considerable damage to tobacco Uncle Jim Sullenger of Hartford was In our midst last week Success to the Republican and Itrt ninny readers StoneThomas- The nicest affair of the season was the marriage of Miss Sarah May Thomas of Olaton mug Mr Ollie D Stone Dundee which took place Saturday afternoon August 7th at the brides home near Olaton Rev T J Acton officiating Miss Dollle White of Olaton was bridesmaid pad Mr Bernice Nabors of Dundee was best manThe ceremony took place at 44i Immediately after dainty refreshments were served The bridal party were tastefully and becomingly attired The bride wore blue silk and white and the bridesmaid cream eolor and white After congratulations and serving of refreshments the guests re paired to the beautiful shade In the yard where they were highly enter tained by sonic very nice instrumen tal and vocal music by Messrs Guy ShreveCarson ShreveBprnlce Nabdrs Co mb la Nabors Mss Jessie Shrere Mrs Lonnio Daniel and Little Miss Frorence Bailsman all being expedi ent musicians and appearing to the best of advantage The bride Is the second daughter of Mrs and Mrs J C Thomas of Olaton and a nelce of proA P Thomas of Providence Ky she is a- very beautiful cultured and refined young lady and numbers her frlendJ by her acquaintances and well mer Itstthc man other choice Mr Stone Is a worthy and ambitious young far mer of the Dundee neighborhood and Is to be congratulated on his choice for a companion to share his Joys and sorrows through life Theseppp ular young people In starting out on lifes rugged journey together take with them the best wishes of their many friends and may they live long t and be happy is the wish of One Present MWELLI Aug 10On Monday night July 19th Rev A B Gardner began a tent meeting at Cromwell The tent was a large one seating a large congrega tion It seemed from the first that the town and surrounding country was cooperating with Bro Gardner In the efforts to raise the standard of the cross and truly all past records of protracted meeting were Taff be hind The people not only filled the tent butlltterly covered the beautiful swell of ground on which it was fief A conservative estimate would place the vast througs from five hundred to one thousand souls Not only did the young men and women come to the mercy seat but others older in sin came and ask interest in the blood shed on the tree off the ctoin for their salvation Nor did they come In vain for something like forty souls found peace through the faith that was once for all delivered unto the saints the consumatlon of It all On Thursday of last week Bro Gardner plunged beneath t he liquid nave thirtyfour souls Mrs Nannlo Bond of Caneyvllle Mrs Flora Howard of No Creek and Mrs Martha Allen of Roslne are at the bedside of their brother Prof Lawrence M Gary who Is very ill of typhoid fever at the home of Ills mother Mrs S T Gary Mrs Inls Maddox and daughter of Linton lid are visiting friends and relatives here this week Mrs Moller of St Louis Mo is visit ing Mr and Mrs W Wallace Corlne Taylor who has typhoid fever Is improving Florence Miller who lias typhoid fever has relapsed IOtber interesting matters have been for the want of space and v time Lost Itotthweenday the 8th one striped dark brown twobutton dress coat with a yellow led pencil In same package Reason able reward will be paid for its deliv ery to the Republican office or to Bennetts store at Beda or for InfoNt matidn of its whereabouts J L LEAtyi R FD No3 BeaveriDamKti I iI THE PAYREIR- story I ot the Measa s d a- Seelyf of Its Pi C L- ProrlsfansThe Now Free List After one ot the bitterest and one of the mot molueutoua legIslative duo ens In tho Idetory of tho national enp- itul the new tarlll measure the Payne bill hUll heeu completed The progress of the bill through the legislative mill of both houses was ccutiql enough to satisfy the most prououuced crnrers for parliamentary wurfnre The real bottle opened when the bill house report 1438 was re- eeived in the senate and referred to the committee on finance April 10 Aldrich of thode Isladd the leader of the senate as chnirmnn of the finance committee subsequently became chair mnn of the conference committee which WUII uflpoillted to adjust the dif ferences arising between senate and house nod between both houses of congress and the resident Taft For Free Hide The report of the conference com tnittee which deteTtuined what would be the provlsiou of the Payne bill In Its final form was a victory for Pres Ideut Taft lie Informed all of the conferees that bides must be placed on the free list together with petro leum crude and refined They thereupon drclded to cut the Dlngley tariff on hides to 8 per cent The president heard the news and sent word that lIe had meant what he had said about fne hides The figures were then lowered to 7 per cent Now Chairman tiereno K PaYlle of the ways and menus committee decided to demonstrate that hIs original bill providing for tree hides should no longer be sub- jectd to tlIoelIlft8cul tory operations of the majorIty of the coferees He nnnouuced that not even a 5 per cent duty on hides would be accepted by either himself or the house Without tree hides thIs tariff bill will not pass the house lJe was quoted os saying The tariff esme off hides IOlltonter and as quickly was oil put on the untaxed schedule together with gaso line benzine and naphthe The leather rough lumber print paper coal and Iron and glove schedules ranked nextI In Importance during the closing days ot the controversy it hldei cftlJle In tree the Important 1 ewE igland tand hO mlnufa- ctnrlnlintcnlts would consent 4o a reduction of the tariff on their products otherwise they would continue to fight The solving of the hides problem left ita simple matter to agree to lower duties on boots and shoesthe DIng leI rate belllg 25 per cent jladdlery and harness were cut to 40 per cent as agaInst the DlnleT rate ot 45 per cent The president resorted to the uueMulI1 method of sendIng message lit tilt conference committeeI demanding lower rate s on lumber and giores thnu the Payne bill provided- andhedegcured tpei Wool and Cotton The wool scluxlule underwent no change ot lOnllllluence but the entire cotton achedite waY reconstructed and the phrnseoingy greatly changed In the hope of preventing reductlolll through decllllonllby the lOnrts such as have chnracterized the ndlnlnlstrallon of the Dingley law durlllg recent years In many instances the rates intended to be imposed by the Dlngley law were cut by there deb loua the reductions In some itlsinlleea being from tiO percent to 8 IlOr cent Nd voloremeProbably the most market reduc tbons are found In the metal schedule t 1LeglnninR witii ft Qecrpnse ln thud rnte of Iron ore from 40 to 1Iirelltll Ater ton there Is It general reduction throughout that part al the bill pig Iron going down from 1 to 2ro per ton and txaap Iron from 1 to 1 The tlon on many yf the Items In thist schedule amount to about ro per cent Rough lumber Boca down from 150 to 15 per lhouaand feet with a corresponding reduction In the differential ou dressed InmllereThe president was suhjei ted to se- p crest pressure ruin both the upward and downward rolIllonI8Is throughout The upward revisionists told hllll that n reduction ut duty on hides nndI leaut her Ulollunclllfl8 would make the next congress Jemocrutlc In which n event they urguel that Taft would not possibly be reuullllnlltld for the roll ldency The duwntvards told himt that ltooKeelt WUllld surely bl tblC next Republlenm candidate for president It tile cnUlllRhn proiuixes for II downward revision were not fulftlll The Corporation Tax rhe president hind a highly IIl1l1cult tURk ohio in presenlng hIs schema torta corporation tax intact lu the bill This feature la clearly themolltJ unpopulnr one In the entire measure 10 tar as members of the senate and house were concerned Many of the members nrlllcd to the president that the tax as provided for was uncondstitutlonal Itesolutlona will be duced In the various state legislatures condemning the oct and recommending Its repeal according to statements made 1r various conlTcssmen inaWnshington The corporation tax of 1 per cent on the entire net income over and abovebOOO received by corporations romc nil Rources exclIQ ot certaIn must be paId on or before Juno 30 each year Persona authorized to make returns or statements to tned overzutent and who make returns or TARIFFxBitt t What tM PoWIlIPay Less udMore orPresident latIsFlthtFor iou ward ReYisloD statements ot u fraudulent nature nre subjevt to u ftlll ot 1000 and Iw- Illsolllllent for one year During the closing days of the tar U1 controversy before the bill wall Voted UII for final paxsage over forty Republicans who hull grievnueus o one sort or another against certain of the provlsluus ot the bill stated thllt they would rote against It They hlld It In their lower to defeat the ileas lire and Tone till president to cull another special ussion In Septcuibe or October They tend the party leaders plainly worried for a tune bu the able peaeetuuhers at the capital including President Taft himself sue celled lu culmlllg the ruffled waters a last HISTORY OF THE BilL The new tariff law will be known u history us the Payne hili lakuig It name from the lIJulrl1luu of the hour- comunlttce of wars told menus lion Serena fPuyue ot Xy lurk who also luid n pact fn framing th- Jlelinley and Dingley acts Actuall It should perhaps be culled tile Payne Aldrich bill all the chairman ot th- seuute IIl1nnle couunlltee has had Quite os much to do with dictating Its ulna proVlsbons ns Mr Payne On this him of reasoning howler there ore thou who Insist that It should be coiled tb Taft bill all the hllllll of the preaiden- bas been seen ui nil the moves tha have sbnped It rein the days of th Republican national convention the nominated him and adopted a liank for tariff revision lip until the hour of the final fight In conference committee when Ihe big man In the White Hou made his historic tight for tree raw materials and for carryIng out tbe promises of the party It Is the first time there has been a change of the tariff laws In twelve years the Dlngly act having gone Into effect In ISH1 The inception ot that law was strikIngly like that of the present In each case It was en acted by an extra session of congress called os the first act of on incoming admInIstration More noteworthy still each of these extra sessions was called to meet on March 1G the first one liaringbttem Issuedtb William Medan Icy of OhIo the last by William How ard Tuft of Ohio The Tariff Plank The agitation within tbeIie1tibtrean- party for R revision ot the DlnI1 act has gone on from the days of the loan idea until at last It culminated In the plank In the last Republican platform beginning rIie Republican party declares an- equlvoxally for n revision ot the tar- Iff by n special session of congress lm loaugurntlonI I JUt Taft construed this plank as meaning rerialon downward a poInt that he Instated on lit his speeches and finally cllrllhltJ ten his inaugural address when he said that conditions had so changed relative to the Dlngley act that they will permit the reduction ot rates In certain schedules and will require the dvancement ut few If soy That mont rvlllion downward which was recognized eubstnutlaliy by the house bill but was changed to actual revision upward by the senate bill It was at this point that the president quietly but firmly Injected himself Into the fight In the conference be- ween the two houses the house arealI- mFbcltlnd him and torrlag tbe totto yield The Payne bill 191tptceenl form le the result First Tariff Bill The first tariff bill enacted In the United States was that of the First congress eke opening section of that hili stated that In addition to securIng money for the support of the govern meal the tllrllf was adopted for thl ncouragement and protection ot manufactures From that time p011ttca- tarties of national scope have dashed on the Issue ut the tariff as to whether- or not It should be more than for ICYlnue only Tlie expcdaes of the war of 181- 2ecessitated n material increase to the tariff but nn adjustment occurred two yens after the close of the war through un act prepared by henry In 182 the tariff was jumped up n few pegs nod n year later It went higher from H to 41 per cent WhllI In 1832 a bill establishing a prottctlre tariff patios was psql4 Carolina refused to recognize validity of the increased duties nd threatened to secede IreslJent- ncksml tend to dispatch a worshIp to 8outhCurnllualan waters A horhz meal reduction of the tariff trod place In IM13 Twelve years later under folks admlnllrution a 111- 1rifted by ltnhert J Walker secretary ot the treasury lens adapted ltllndlnImllJly for the prntectit poll IJIII lasted until si when n reduction 2OlI per cent occurred on the aver- ge alien tthinlir n free trade sys rem this low tariff prnrcd adequate nil government needs until the out reak ut the civil war when nn tn Income wos necessitated The Morrill Dill i1Je Ilnrrihl act ot IS01 increased utters about ULlethlrll and the tax tens xtended to Include tea coffee I 7i l revenue Ives 4e1 7MrIAfter a aucceselon oflarlt meaaur to the gara lo a eeeeetloa ofillif cfDutmade down the test some of were restored In 1874 making eyCago duty SSstrptcrrCBty tb4lij commlsslolJ arias appolbtljll which prepared a bill that was put the statute books lasting slx years was at this tine that lames O Blaine took Ii most active part in tnrlllcUs- cusslon It was In the early elghtl es that William n Morrison or llllnol Democratic chairman 1f ways and means prepared the well knowj ho r lzanhtl reduction of Z per ce9t l1 all tnxld products which was defeated During Clevelands first ndmlalstr- f powcrfuilsjRU a hJrb protective tariff As n rPilult the McKinley hill was enacted putttn the duties over the marks reached duro lag the dell wart The Wilson Bill But he revulsion stele followed Clevelantd Then renlttd the Wilson bill prorl- ing for wholesale reductions partlcu lardy OM rlrrdln Iron and stool man thel4y labed I measure Though Wllllum 5lehlnley was elect hlyaceeGorman tariff bill The result ot tbat session watt the Dlngley Irlwnamd oet peaie thouee LUXURIES Dlngley Payna law law 60pC60pseC per Ib and Chinaware lope M p c too pcHtalnedGold lear BOO leaves t175 1i5 Laces embroideries ate or tinsel SOpelZcan wPCandyd ISpCandyc po pCigars0 alldJI Ipc pFlowerlncclnths etc S pc11 tOp o perPr4eerreeo- dSpr m doan d e 560per gal pOliveso cOranges and lemons lb1e c to Ie Almonds lb4c4cto6Iltan-dY nZS 52- Da 0 t + rrum sal fI6O 116 Champagne and all sparkling wines qts per dos SOO W- In 60 pint bottles per doz 400 Still wines gal COo CAle beer etaln bottles gal lOc CC Laces SODo cope Bilk manufactures LOpe toto OOpo Fancy paper boxes l5 p c 45 P Playing cards per plc loclocana c Trimmed hate tO p e u p e Dolls i5 pc 3i pc Firecrackers lb Sc Bc Feathers dressed 60 p cOOp c Fur dressed 2Opu 2Op c Human hair lOpc 20pc Fans f Lope top 0- Jewelr LOpo COD c Musical Instrument 46pe 4ip Paintings 20 p cUp 0 00ptNECESSARIES OF LIFE Castile soap lb Ic 14io Common crockery S p CI i5 P o Glaze jar per lb Ic Ie Common window glass per lb from lctolyoto 4c 4t4c Scissors and shears doal5eandlscand16pc to Tic endWpc Table cutlery each Ito Ifc Cut nallll lb W10c CJOc+ WIre nallll lb ctol 410c- to c Needles sewing and knit ting per thousand at and 1 sad SipeCrochetWood Rough lumber per 1000 ft fI1iO asu Sawed boards or white wood planks etc per Jooo ft board measure POO IiOc Other sawed wood per 1000 15pcClapboardsFenceposts lope Fret Shingles per thousand JOe c 10poHouseof wood L p e SipC- Suoa Sugar not above No 16 Dutch standard per lb 9G100c 95100c Sugar nbovo No 16 Dutch standard per IbI9GIOOc l0010Oo Molasses testing from W to M deg per gal 3c 80 Molasses above f6 deg Cc Cic Maple slrul and maple Iaupr per tb 4o 41IAgricultural Products Cattle less than I yr old per head 200 Zoo cattle val under 14 1per271911SwineHorses and mules val at 8150 or less per head 83000 5300 t6pcSheepBarley per bu Broadstufe coc JdJ- cern bu Ito tUc Jab perbuI lbc Itor tI reeled oaS1Pet bI t lit- R kI lc droned lb Ie- RJ1fItrb1 pert 14 1 but = Whoattlour p Butter and substitutes per IbI Gc Cheese per lb nc Gc tv Milk per gal tis Dean 11ebui l5C 6Brie per dos Go Bay per ton jptOO i4 00 Hoiijt pevs 4F 1 tnops per lb U JIIi- OnI6nli per bu 4 COo 4 WCit 1161 311 Potatoes tor Ou me It 50e fie cF- laxaced orhneeed per bu Zia TSr Straw per ton JIrn S1 50 Vegelableln natural elate tpa Sip Flah Flnh dried Balled smokedj pickled frozen per lb c Mackerel halibut or Balm n to lc ftIj Zc The same dried per lb io 21- Derrles per qt lc- g Chocolate and cocoa per lb fife iKo t 60P c Salt per 100 Ibs 1C lie Salt In bulk Sc 7c Starch per lb tc 1 7nCotton Cotton thread and carded Includingd x i Cotton from No t5 to No 30 per lb Increeao per number IGo 1 t perI yo 150 Cotton thread colored up to and Including NoO per tb Cic Cotton thread colored No 20 to No 80 Increase perNo 44ct- s Above 80 Increase per TQo 3IOe 31Oe Spool thread or cotton In eluding crochetdarningande- mbroidery per dos pools eo 6c Cotton loth unbleached leas than fA threads to eq In per IQ 3dlaCotton cloth unbleached from Ill te 100 threads to eq In per eq Yd 1140 1 Finer grades 1c lc anat over a per oq yd Z5 po S to i epelQyd Cotton handkerchiefs or- mumerl 4Spc 43p r WpCottant e 25 p t and 2- pcte 50andpiCottonand cpatpCotton 70aI 1eShIrtsperdox and 60 ISpo and prBallllllusk and II 151060 pCt po 500 and pCottonWool AU wools and hair or tbe Bc8econdThIrd clam whereof the value tell be tic lb ore CeTblrd11TopShoddy per lb Sw- c Zt Women and chlldrens 7dTcloltcllcaanddoto d p G pc to 11 rsanpcCarpeper IQ doand canc copeWoolydlCandiScandd Hate bonnets and hoods pollmleat S p c sp 60peDuttonsand li p C anc IS p Plows and other agricultural Implements 20p0 Sp I RAW MATERIALS Coligdtaq tin dlheRtalI lbL vi11 ci Stf Chalk lb Ic II StOIChillaCoal per ton Gic 4 Cod slack per ton ISc 1St pfAaphaltMarble c r tEc Gt bOpIronr Iyn pigs ton 400 t2 Aluminium lb Sc Tt ZKdLeadMIca lb 6c and tic nd ropeNickelQuicksilver lb ic je Zinc IPlgsl lb 10 I c ZOpTObaccdUnstemlRed aJ5 nsStemmed 260 f51 Flax straw ton 8200 i2ql Flax not dressed lb te Ie Hemp ton smA0 SZo pcCorkpcOpiumPlaster rock or gypsum crude ton 60c SO- cDeauzile ton noo 810- 0Fullersearth ton 1GO 160 Argentine Ii p o t3 p I CIntOptcTimbersquared Inot learn than II In CWoodCWoodu ft ISpc Fret MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS Brick and Class brick not glazed or or namented per ton nzs nzSoma glazed or ornamented cOtherother brick glazed or ornll mentQd e4ip c Sip r Tiles unglorOO per eq rt Ce IfUlangroan or colorad per Ib lc to1c to- a 1 o 134i t r NkuiMtl4 Autearolied or riblred pet sd ft 111K u 194- Catbollhedrpisaglaw IOpo lb- Ypertaolss W to eyeglasses val at noltover COc per doa35oandSOaap lame at 4OCand not over t1 soC5eandC6candl- ie mpo Vnh et over 160 60pC 4D c plaplepaoirarotaAhDebtledc1r P 9 fio GD c Telescopes mlcroecope tleldglAllea BDO l5D C MoulC cubes ot marble onYZ oreton0 per tb 10 and 1- 12c tan 20pc Manutadurasaf marble etc SO poGO P c Millstones 15 p o 15 p c Grindstones per ton niG PTo Roofing rialto alpo OD c Iron and Stool oIron beams Joists girders per lb 5 lOC 310I Duller or other plate Iron or steel per lbrrSIOc 310 Same val at over Ce per lb s p o 20 P Iron or steel anchors per lb Ic Ic- c Iron and steel forgings S1he 30P r Antifriction ball forgings 4 peG p r Ic1I00p band or IICroli Iron or 0teel per Ib o11Jc 61 31a Steel banc1s tempered for making bond Baas 6c and SS p IC20pcflat rails per lb 73c 3tO Railway ash plates per Ib 4 tOe 310 Iron or steel sheets 72 to 1I11Jc- IC l 31Oe 10- 9IOe Sheets or Iron or steel Icpolished per Ib io 11 RIvet screw renco or other Iron or steel wire per Ib CtOe 3IOe to lc t- k 61 upuAnvlli Iron or creel per lb he Si Axles per lb Ie X- Hnmmcre sledges crow bare etc per Ib 1Ka K Bolts nuts hInges etc per Ib IUro V- 1c I Cut Iron pipe per Ib M100 V I Cut Iron vessels andlroM etc per lb 8IOe 8toc usChafna per I1 IKc to Kcl- Boller 3c ki- C tubes not thinner than No fi wire gauge per Ib c II to Other tubes ffi p c SO p c Penknives to P e fO p c Bame when val at cOe or more per dos have addl tlaaaI duty perplecq ot acfo3k Ie to tOc Sword blades and aide arms as p c 60 p c 3TiKc Horseahoe nabs per lb io Ie- Tacks brad etc per Ib 1Ka 45c tc sx- i Stenotype and electrotype plate ltd p c t0 p r Crosscut saws per linear n Ce k 100um p Steel band saws per Ib lOe and tic an 20pc mpc All other saws y0 p c m p c Screws according to length Satut1A4 Hooka and eN per Ib 6Kcadt 15po fie Upc pceMuskets muzzle loading pDoubtt Ng shotguns vl at not more than 500 coed no fl and UpoetfOCI15pBanec ilOOD i N asIr Sridti pe Platola and revolrers75cand7Scnn2bpc Wtch Movement With less than f Jewels Sic and 7 3ip0 Wlth T to 11 Jewels Gk and 1S 5pcWlth PB- ADCWith L I and int d 78pe aWlth non than I7 newels pant isun- Ypo 25p tr Watch cues clocks etc Wpe 40 p t IPens metallic except gold pens per rose t 1te Penholders and gOld pens J5 petie an dc ffippe srOAIt H t tables and Coidnge Dideift c81nll1tOeFlooradd ipoPaper ePrIntingc l0 tic per IbYIOc to- 1IIOe 2Ito to IOecp e Copylna paper tlmaua paper etc per lb 6c and teto k- ISpc and lieCrapecSurtaceIb and Sc cPhotographic Scand lOpc lOpe to 3OpoPaper perIbIe and 30 and 10 petS p a- Ibs Same weighing more than IS per ream per lb 3Icand So and ISpcBooksGunpowder and other ezpto gives per Ibcto Cic to to CcMatchescCartrldged2UcCrinolineHits Bonnets Etc Fur hats bonnets and hoods perdoz rOO 1150 and and poSame1400 per doe taxpei dos 300 ss00- and and 2Opo 2Opo 6dme vat between 8101p and1400 per doz tax per dos 500 tGOO and and IOpcBrame2000 per doz taxper dos noo sioo and and IOpo Sp J d It t w I1N111N1 0IIIeIUng YNA cola ye ter ap d 16pa 1 fierecce per lee tut Ii p Q Qoaa 4 +s Per iletii09 ldpq Patent nd jHnaecileatber per Ibj190andtloaDdapc Same over 5 lbs per doer pet Jb190tndf0cead- IOpe lGpo- o Cloves Womens or children glace u dos Drsl 7tofttoul5 iTMens gloves same nnlab per dos pill f3OO f3OO womens or chlldrens Iamb or deep per dos pni260 to 1260 to- d UO Np Mene same kind per dos prs g tOO 110 Womens or chlldrens goat or other leather per lag pre S200to3OOb 175 847- Mens goat or other leather per dos pro i4o NOC Manutactures or catgut am ber wax asbestull etc Z5 P c 5 p I- Manufacturea or bone India rubber horn whutobons etc n Pc 3S p c Manufactures or plnatrr ot 50 p e p o gelO x p e ti p a- Matilnll mgde ot corns abet per eq yd Co tc Lead pencils per gross cand 45cand- C 2pC 2510 Slate pencils per 100 Sc 3o PhotographIc alma s p o Z p o Pipes and mokers artlcMs val et not more than 4Oc per gross taxed per gross 1Sc 1C Clay pipes per gross 50cand 50cand IIpc Spa Other pipes pipe bowls and other smokers articles 60p e 61 p e Plush for mens haUl 10 polO P e THE FREE LIST Paynebilla witsrcontinued on the tree list though Ion lderuble oppoaltloa to this praeJure developed Tildes were put oa the list otter pro longed and bitter ontrovelllier Seuli tor Aldrich and various 4t tbo older members ot the upper house led the campaign against free hides The Dlngley bill placed a duty of 15 per cent od valorem QO hides The new free list while very similar to that ot the Dlogley bill contains the following articles that among others were the Ilat Hides fencepostssulphate oram mania platinum combinations with palladium osmIum and rhodIum kin dung wood radium works of artpaintings pastels etchings and sculptures that have been la existence more than twenty years prior to dote of 1m portatlon other works ot art ot cottapmlteqcthan 100 years prior to date ottm portation ADMINISTRATIVE FEATURES l 7bblnu ar tltfm lll corporationiporatloo tax while a large amount ot revenue Is prlmarlll do signed for the purpose of guverumen tai regulation of corporations and I wild have thle effect The tact that the amount ot the tax to be assessed was lowered from 2 pe cent to J per cent Is considered by the members of congress to evidence clear b that the bill bas regulation foe its object nod not merely revenue The customs court of appeals will- hlrtheracentraize the natlpngovera meqt AnaJt Will Jrice the lmll lriie and technical cases as to the construc tlon of the law and the facts respect- Ing dasslficatiom of merchandise and ofomen who are specialists la Tine There Is no appeal from this court which will sit In Washington and the members of which will be 4Jpolnted- b1 Ufe president tbe purposes of the operation ot this court the country has been tllvld ed Into nIne customs Judicial districts While many Items Im thebill show revision downward It will ns a whole provide tor lIn Increased revenue con Republicanflet dlti n MOIrur- Governmental measures of 4ietalla Uon against countries which do not make tarlltconctSlIl6 to the United States are amply provided for Mul mum and minimum provlslousclluble oathewould ordinarily hove been the case The creation of a commIssion to look Into the question ot the tariff troUt u nonpartisan vIewpoint Is an Innoat- lon that hue been suggested for many years It Is generally looked on l1a a move toward taking the tariff out ot politics A policy lonpf ago estgblished by tar Ire maker y in tpJn equptry Is retaineI ihposingluxuries The drawback provisIons ore In- dlcatlve of a more kInd hearted governmental attitude than had been con sidered probable In brief o drawback Is II refund of duty moneys paid on material Imported Into this county which Is used 1n the manutaetuie at exportedtromThe In the formula lion of the provisions of the neW mess ure bus teen ono to OJ duties that donut necessarjlyxeneonrnge foreIgn IUt thatreadebitlmpossiblefor given line to raise prices above those that now exist and to prevent them In general from beIng further raised President Taft bas taken particular Ptue jo point out this circumstance Competition that existed when the Dlngley bill was enacted bag been- wiped out by the consQlldation of com ponies and the compluatlon of Inter oUilirIonthartheln nsure restorl the posSibility Iof successful competition In the busl fielone ao affected yp JJ Tex J i a TTrJartrJ4 t Fair i Jz CYCLONE OF FUN Fair Where At Hatdinsburg Ky Aug 313 Days Fair1 t BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR i at Fair Grounds AU children free first day 14 and under iLyour exhIbIts Jom us your i4 premiums Liberal Great FOR CATALOGUE APPLY TO 1 ti DAVID R MURRAY Sec Tardins1burgc t tf Jfo DREADFUL RAVAGES More Prevalent in the Un- ited4States Than A t In an exhaustive paper on hay fever I read at Ii meeting or the Society of the Alumni of Bellevuo Jlospltal Dr W W Carter said that the disease which will be making Its annual visitation soon was not recognized 100 years ago Moreover he said this annoying complaint Is more prevalent In the United States than In any other country and It has In 4creased to I remarkable extent In fifty years These are some Iof the striking features or the paper flay lever Is an affectlonotcorn partitively recent date thero Is nt positive evidence that Itwasetllgnl zed prior to 1819 when Bostock read before the Royal Medico Clilntrgica Society of London a paper entitled A Periodic Affection of the Eyes and Chest In which he described his own affliction and attributed It to the r sunshine and heat In summer r ff The remarkable increase of this malady during the past half century ft- I this country at onlle arrests our at tendon and we seek an explanation There are within our boundaries In the neighborhood or 100000 hay fever subjects and this number Is being rap Idly augmented Hay fever like other reflex neuroses Is preeminently an affection or clvlllzed man and Is most common In our large cities where It IiI5Jncreased with the increased demands for nerve energy On the other hand the farmer who comes In contact with more pollen than anyone else Is practically never affected In this case the Im munity may have been acquired by constant with the exciting cause or tie disease cut what Is more likely It comes as a compensation for his sImple habits or Ute Heredity plays a most important A part In this affection andls recognized by various writers In from 40 to j per cent or their cases In my own practice In fully 76 per cent or cases more than ons member of the family Is affected In one New York family where the father and two uncles are affected five out or seven cltll dren have hay fever and two or these have also asthma t In regard to the use of drugs with a view to curing the affection I must say that my own expenses have been most unsatisfactory nlUative MeasuresIf the Patient is unable to go to a bay fever Immune he should avoid excitement an Exercise IncreaSes the awn her or respirations consequently the amount of pollen inhaled Then too the perspiration Is a solvent for the and In the susceptible subject j 4cadre the face to Itch and burn j sunlight and dust aggravate r k the symptoms The skin bowls and kidneys should be kept active and the diet must be I frugal WeUknown reflex excitante- t such as shell fish and strawberries t t should be avoided and meat should fibe taken only sparlnglyNew York TImes The Shadow we Cast f Tho shadows of life too often fall across the pathwayof the travelers oft r Y 1- Y T TTTT TT T T lifes highway Many times there Is a shadow when there should be sunshine What think yet Have you not seen It A llttlo thoughtfulness would have brought sunshine when the over I more sunshine less shadow Life wl11 run happier through Its ways and Ufe will to many be worth living The following along this line Is also suggestv In this great world ot sunshine and shadows we are conaround us and receiving shadows stantly casting shadows 011 those from them In return There Is no pathway of life which II not sometimes In the shade and there Is no One who walks over the paths It matters not which way they tried who does not now and then cast his shadow with the rest How often do weby a mere thoughtless word I or careless act cast a shadow onn some heart which Is longing for sunshineI How often does the cold greeting cast a gloom over the I happy trusting face o this wife who It may be has waited nllxlouslfor the sound of his footsteps to give him a joyous welcome to his home How often has theparent liya harsh r proof chilled the overflowIng QUICKS ateo PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man- Resolutions of Respect Whereas God has seen fit In the last three weeks to tail three mem bers of the Mt Pleasant M P church and also members of Mt Pleasant total of the A S of E from this world or pain to their heavenly home above The first to go was sister Ruth Sandefur wife of Bro JJ P San derur who crossed over to the better land June the 27 the next one to answer the caUwas pro ll C Leach on July 13th and on Sunday July the 18th the messenger visited the home or R C Stewart who had been suffering with consumption for over four years to lay down his burden of suffering and come up higher There fore be it- Resolved by the church and local I No 1772 That we have loss three I worthy members and they will bo greatly missed by aU therefore be it IResolved That we extend to their bereaved famines our heartfelt sym pathy In this dark hour of their dis Itress and commend them to their Heavenly Father In whom they put their trust W G STEWART Committee for the Church B H STEWART AND RAY RAINS Com for the A Sof i local No 1772 Herald please copy f Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the Power to issue The ELEMENTARY CERTIFICAT3i the INrER MEDIATE CERTIFICATE and the JJFE CERTIFICATE whichentitle the holders to teach anywhere In Ken tacky for two years four year and for life without further examination Information as to the amount of work required for each certifIcate will be furnIshed when desired Address H It Cherry Presi dent Western Norval Bowling Green Ky 4t2 Chlldrn Cry FOR FLETCHER CASTO R IAI ELECTRIC TIMEPEIGE I RUNS WITHOUT TlGKINfi- I King Insqects Clock warranaed To Run 1000 Days In Any Position tA clock which Is absolutely silent so that not the slightest tlcklllg Is heard that Is guararited to go for I 1000 days without requiring the slightest human attention and that will keep correct time In any llos- llioneven upside downsuch Is the Eureka electrIc clock which was sub mlttell for the Inspection of the King by Mr Slglsmund Rutnow Chairman of the Eureka Clock Company says the London News The simplicity and science of the mechanism or the Invention are re markableThis Is an entirely new departure It Is as unlike the old time piecewith the wegh1s Weellr pendulum liS can possibly be lmnglm- ed IIts dial hands are moved by direct from the electric current Hitherto attempts nt making a self winding clock have failed owing to the complexity or the mechanism There Is however practically tic mechanism In the ordinary sense of the word In the Eureka clock such works as It has run on ban bearings large enough for a bicycle so that the friction Is almost nil The manufacture or this clock Is destined to revive the clock mnklng Industry which has been taken from England by German Swiss and American competitors Formerly England Ws famous for her clockmaking and mary an old dial today still bears the name of some tome and c lockmaklr well known In their time throughout the worldNow however cheap American and Continental tlmpleces have taken the place of then atlve product The city Road factory of the Eureka Clock Company will produce an essentially British article the work or British craftsmenIt interesting to note that lads from orphAnages are being era ployed and instructed In the newly revived silence or clocltmakhJr r CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the- Btinlattue I of ROSINE Aug 4Health Is good In this are about done threshing wheat and are busy with their tobac coSunday school progressing nicely at this place MI Harry Cummings who has been sick for some time is no better We are glad tosnythat Mrs Betsy pierce who has been sick for sometime Js much improved Artie Hines and children qf this place visited her sister Mrs tCordq- Shroader and family at 1 Ferry last Saturday J ihtandtSud day llr Jim Morris md family IsltI I ed Tom Hines and family last Tuesday Mr Robert Wilson of Wliburn Ark Is expected to arrive here at any time toLe the guest of her sister Artit Hines and family Secure an Ediicateon The State Normal School at Bowl ljJg Green Ky offers an excellent op- portmnily to young people desiring an education The Fall fesllon upeus InfurIfake MENDENHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired I feeling and malaria 1000 Watches Free aITice Weekly Commercial glues iutll regular 12 size thin 1I1011- elnickel finish watch for It club of on 11 twenty three months new trial sub soriptlons at 10 rents each 200 the nmoullt collected to be remitted with the 20 names Each trIal subscription must be new not now taking the Weekly and only one to a family The watch Is tully gunramteed nice enough for any one to wear a good timekeeper and cannot be purchased from any jewelry for less than two I lklllars Drop us a postal 1 card for sample copies and blanks I THE COMMERCIAL APPEAl Memphis Tenn Beware of Ointments for Cat arrh That Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroyy the sqnse or emell and completely de range the whole system when enterhl It through the mucous surfaces Such I articles should never be used I on prescriptions from reputable IIh1 slchlns as the damage they will do- Is ten fold to the good you can IIOS sibly derive from them Halls Catarr Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contnhls no lIIerI cury and Is taken internally actlllgI directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catnrrh Cure lIe sure you gltI this genuine It Is taken Internally und made la Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottleTake Halls Family IlI1s for constl patlon m I The State Normal School j When generous Kentucky established the Western Kentucky State Nor mal School nn education was put within the reach of the boys and girls young women and men uf Western Kentucky Write concerning free tuI ition and other Items Address IL III Cherry President Bowling Green Ky 412 i h ISolaler Balks Death Plot I It seemed to J A Stote a clvli war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between n desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I constructed a stubborn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me In spite of aU remedlis for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to uso Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For sever Colds obstinate Coughs llomorrhagls- I Asthma and tOllcv nt Pneumonla Its unrjGdled u0c and 100 Trlal bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists c nt t e T TTi1 is purses shows Y- FEVER Other- Countries SIdistrict communityFarmers CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE crNTU N COMPANY rw ON CIT JV tAV1W A t rVrodit7i GUr z Barre and YGranite51A1c Italian and IAND STATUARY WORK TOE THOMAS MONUMENTAL VOR- KSHtaitfcrd I y J AVERS HAIR VIGOR Stops railing HairAycrs Hall Vigor Is composed of sulphur glycerin quinin sodium ehlorid capsicum sage alcohol water and perfume Not a single Injurious Ingredient In this list Ask your doctor If this 15 not so Follow his advice A hair food a hair tonic a hair dressing Promptly checks falling hair Completely destroys aU dandruff AVERS IIAIR VIGOR Does riot Color the HairJ e liL1 IbYYr LnNnll II 6- i a J- C i Hartford Republican Extend according to law at the Poitotn fUrttord Kj as mall matter of tbe tecon4 dau C M BARNETT EDITOR TE P3x027S- t3aumbrla 4D bourn 2Uvr2zFRIDAY AUGUST 13 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Representative W S Dean For Circuit ClerkE G Barrass For County JudgeR R Wedding I For County ClerkW S Tinsley For County AttorneyC E Smith- i For Sheriff T H Black For Assessor Bernard Felix For School SuptHenry Lunch For JailerW P Mldkiff For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE L Hartford DlstricB S Chamber to 2 Beaver Dam District O E Scott L Rockport District John H Miles 4 Centertown District J C Jack eon 6 Rosine District M C Cook 6 Sulphur Springs DlstrlctJ 1 Graham 7 Fordsyllle District C V Mlles S Bartlett District No nominee Prosperity is predicted on all sides If it comes it will take the Income tax all the more productive The ofMrRockefeller money may be very deep but It has no terror for us Our Senators and Representatives will now get a whack at the chataquf platform and the rafters will rattle with their eloquence The Waco Texas TimesHerald Is lambasting the Denver platform The TimesHerald should strengthen Its ability to determine when a thing h dead If the new religion which It to be promulgated by Dr Elliott succeeds In capturing all those who do not now possess any character of religion It will not only take In all the outsiders but a good many people who be long to some church The Hartford Herald seems to Iny great store to the fact that we stat ed last week that the Republican candidates In addition to bring hon orable and competent were also good campaigners and had experience In that line Dees the Herald mean to Insinuate that the fact that a candi date is a great campaigner as was Its thrice candidate for President Is to be taken as a mark of demerit against him After several years of conflict It now seems that the American Society of Equity Green River District and Home Warehouse people are to work in harmony This is as it should be There Is no reason whatever for con filet or struggle between tobacco pow ere Their Interests are Identical and any conflict between organizations representing these interests can only re sult in benefit to the trusts and he who fosters such conflict Is guilty of treaspn to the Interests of his fel Jpw Janm re We are glad to be able to announce that the fratricidal war among tke tobacco growers In the Burley dis trict has come to an end and peace and harmony once more prevail and the tobacco trust Is left without a peg upon which to hang its hat For this happy solution which Is in the interest of the farmers all honors due lion J Campbell Centrlll who first called attention to the Injus tice of the new pooling pledge to the members of the American Society of Equity who live In that dlstrlctnnd who by persistent effort has compell ed the Burley society to recognize f the American Society of Equity notwithstanding he brought down upon hIs head unjust criticism from some of the people who have been trusted with leadership In the Burley Society These people should now be relegated to the rear where they properly belong In this Issue of the Republican we give complete the new tariff bill with the story of its passage It does not suit us In every particular but we are wilting to give it a fair trial The mere fact that the question is to remain settled for several years irlll of Itself tend to produce In dustrial acthrity and an era of pros ferity in the country A number of I the schedules are unfair to the far mere especially Is this true of hides which were placed upon the free list Without any compensation for thlslbts by cheaper shoes and other products of leather It it nqv admitted that there will be no perceptible reductlc In the price of boots and shoesb It Is given out that the consumer should get a better grade under the new law Where so many confllctli Interests were to be compromised It Is impossible to please everyone and we accept our disappointment ns grace fully as possible trusting that the mistakes made this time will be rec titled in the near future This talk ot the American Society of Equity or any farmers organization backing this candidate or that can ildate for office should be dlscourag with a firm hand by the organlz Lion No farmers organization can afford to enter politics In the adv cacy of the election of any candidate of any party for any office The moment such organization takes a position of this kind it weakens Us strength and its downfall is sure As we have often said the only wi for a farmers organization to maintain Its integrity and benefit its memo bers is to attend strictly to lis own business and give politics and doIthat farmers should not make their votes count when their Interests are menaced by members of the Legislature or Congress buUhls prlmarIby bringing the matter into the organization proper OLATON Aug 12Mrs BelleDanlel Mr Ira Daniel and Mrs Annie Daniel were summoned to the bedside of the tai ers daughterinlaw Mrs Jim Daniel at Island Ky Saturday night Mr Daniel has been very dangerously 111 but from a late report Is thought to beImprovedMr Payton has returned from the M 11 and E road and Is the guest of his mother Mrs Jane Paytoi Mr and Mrs A J Williams who Mr and Mrs A 3 Wilson who laveb een the guests of Mrs Wilson parents Mr and Mrs C B Do Felix left Tuesday for their home lit nurray Ky Mr and Mrs Combs of california were the guests of Mr and Mrs John 1 Godsey last week Mr Jno Renfrow and family nnll ilr Frank Cummings wife and sot Ivan of = and Mr Wyatt Daniel Oliton were the guests of fir C P Cummings and family Sun lay Misses Maymee Cooksey mande Iay liner and Ella Cummings were the vests ofMl sses Essie and Berth Crawford The young folks of the Sholoh vlcli ty were given a pleasant party at the home of Mr Jim Smiths We are sorry to report that Uncle Tom Murphy an aged resident of neal town Is quite 111 Mrs Lulie Hoover Bllbro and Mis OIa Hoover of Olalon are the guest of relatives here Mr John J Monroe of Mlsalsslpp Is the guests of his brothers H E md Clyde Monroe and sister Mis Irglnla Monroe Mrs Mnttye Burkley is spending the week with her parents Mr and Irs c P Cummings Mr and Mrs E C Beard left Mon day for Chrlsney Ind they were accompanied to Fordsvllle Ky by Dr C W Felix and daughter Miss Gar ettMr Vlrvll Geary and Mr Bill Hatle opine were In this city Tuesday Mrs A H Stewart was the guests of Miss Alllce Murphy Sunday Mr and Mrs Jackson Allen Rosine pent Wednesday and Thursday the uests of Mr Allens aunt Mrs M Hr Mrs Tom Graves and daughter ttle Miss Jewel Ixigansport Ky h- sJent last week with relatives here- Ileft Saturday night for Beaver Dam Ry accompanied by Mrs Graves sis ter Mrs Fred Faught where they spent several days with their mother Irs Hallie McDanlel Mrs Melvlna Hall was the guest of- her son Mr Crlt Hall and family unday Prof A H Stewarts singing school at Yeaman Ky closed Sunday This was probably the largest and most sue essful school In vocal music eves taught in that section of country Jt- lis said that a very large crowd came ut on the last day of school and spent the day with the singing class The people brought lunches and dinner was spread in the grove at noon Mr Stewarts success as a vocal music teacher has been very great nnd- we hope those in need of an experienced teacher may select Mr Stewart Notice Hartford local AS of E will meet Bennetts school house Saturday Iglht Aug 21st at 7j30 oclock Every fDember Is urged to attend and bring iw members or persons desiring to- Join F W PIRTLE President t SOCIETY OF EQUITY WINS GREAT FIGH1 Pool Fees and County fund Looked After Nothing Said However About Pledges or Salaries To Be Paid j Winchester Ky Aug 10The Amtrlcan t Society of Equity won n complete victory in the conference with the Burley Tobacco Society off clals today The Executive Board of the Burle Tobacco Society with Charles M Hanna j of Shelby county M C Rankle State Commissioner of Agriculture and Dr Creccllus of Falmouth went into conference with C O Drayton National President of the Americas Society of Equity and Hon J Camp bell Cnntrlll State President cf the American Society of Equity at 13 o lock this afternoon at the Burley Society offices to consider an adjust ment of the differences which have existed between the Burley Society and the American Society ot Equity The conference lasted until 4 oclock and countless rumors were outIcomeI soon as the conference adjourned It I Was learned that the Hurley Society I had agreed to make the foil wln proposition to the American Society of Equity to pay 10000 to the Amer ican Society of Equity to be divided equally between the national union 1 and the State unions and that o000 of this sum is to be paid October 1 If the pool Is a tuccoss and rui0 at the sale of the lOOU crop all of which sum Is to be chargeable to the 100D cropSecndIn all rOll ties wheT there are local unions of the American Society of Equity to pay to such union 1 H for every hogshead of tobacco pool in that county led ThirdTo accept a bylaw fixing a price for prizing all pooled i I ttbttCCOFourthTo adopt a bylaw provid ing that all money coning into the hands of the central office tit Win chester from tho sale of tobacco shall be paid to tho county ta which it belongs within ten days after it Is received I After the propositions were submit ted Messrs Drayton and Cantrill retired I to consider it and in half an hour carne back slapping several members of the board on the back end shaking hands all the way around joyously announced that The war Is overHowever as the action of Mr Dray ton will have to be ratified by the convention uf the National District of the American Society of Equity which Is to be hold at Indianapolis August 1C and Mr Cantrllls action by the State Convention of the American So lety of Equity at Bowling Green August 19 considerable Interest is fell here by tobacco people as to the heat action cf these two bodies One of the members of theBurley Committee said to Drayton that We I ivlll expect you to put this trough at indUnapolls and he said I shall ecommetid it to the national union tad do all I can to have it put hrougb Congressman Canlrlll when asked Ir the war was really over said I I lont know but hope so and stated hut he would not be interviewed He stated to members of the Burley To theIthe Burley Tobacco Society and offered to take the stump In behalf of he Burley Tobacco Society pool Mrs Thomas Maddox Dead Mrs Maddox wife of Thomas Mud lox of near Taylor Mines died SunI lay night of diseases Incident to old age After fueral services conducted by Rev A IX Gardner at the Baptist church Dearer Dam at 2 oclock Monday afternoon her remains were nterred in the Beaver Dam church i burying grounds The deceased who waslnr elgh yniuth year had been a member of the Baptist church since 1837 She was united in marriage to Mr Maddox in the year 1810 To this union I were born several children There was only a few days difference In the age of the deceased and her surviving husband who has the sympathy of all In the loss of his used companion I y JINGO Aug 11 MrBen Longof this plarJ died on the 4th Inst after a long pi l Illness of complications Incident tuf ffl11 age Mr Long from the best we can give was born ill J 1804 and hence was 105 years old p Jj I Heres Something Very Interesting i YTo Every Lady in the Land Y 1 W I K n a J i t I f a y a its in to 26 are w Y r t J of He was a soldier In the Civil At his he was burled near his homeWheat threshing Is about over in this neighborhood and the crops was light Edna Allen who had been near last week has bome Mrs H C York Ind is friends ID this vicnty Mrs Allco Dundee who spe several days visiting here has home Mrs Allen Is friends in Beaver and Mrs J E who hav been In and Jive home Mr Will Ind Is his near this places A New Department Has Been Added to Mammoth m Collection of General Merchandisei1 LADIES COAT SUITS In opening up this new department we fully sustain the established leputation of this store Never to do 7 anything by halves And to the an opportunity iC to the best the market affords in styleI material and workmanship we pla e at your the famous Palmer garments line or ladies ready to wear stands at the of the list of the garment manufacturers of this country and we want to impress iC Iupon you right that no retailer anywhere can better any standpoint can find right Ve the reputation of this con Icern and the experience we have line tt at our other two stores that the purchase of our Ia regular customer for the line In order everybody might have an opportunity to see the line andcompare lines before the actual demand begins we have the line OH exhibition now and to say we are anxious to the line feeblyexpresses our afeelings in the matter We invite and everybody to our store at our MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF LADIES NEW COAT SUITS C E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam KytJ a aaa a a Kentuckyjthe Citizens r- I NNationals Lfe Insurance Company Believing they WANT such company believing ithat they will SUPPORT such company by subscribing for stockwe will publish this paper week amount of subscriptions date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July and below amounts subscriptions for each week First Week August 2nd 10696000 i 11j Second Week August 9th 20024000 War request Miss visiting Prentis returned Linton visiting Prudle visiting Sounth Dam 1Mr Howard visiting Davtess McLean Counties returned Howard Linton visiting parents Our give trade secure very This head here give you suits from than you here nOW from from had with the that with other show you you else visit and look that every the the returned suits means IAugA Rhoads Saturday and Sunday Elder R P McKinley tilled his appointment at Fuqua Groyo Saturday and SundayIMiss Mary James who has been visiting hereifor thti past three weeks returned to her home at Island Sun day 1 Mr J C Stewart of Weir city Kansas who has been visitingre latives here fqr several weeks has returned home Mr Wm Culbertson and family have moved to Brownsville Mines Merrltte Austin of Central City was in town Sunday Delmer Stewart who is clerking for j I Fair Co Hartford was at home Sun I t 1 I A day Mrs 11 E Duke of Hartford la vUlt Ing her parents Mr and Mrs B W Stewart this week Avery Stewart and family of Crom well visited his parents Mr and Mrs J JMrfIngChticirn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR I A1 For Sale 100i s lag cottogedwelllng and all necessary lout buildings HORACE H PENDLETOl ytS nl 1 I 1 t = Iir I i f t I SHOE GOSSIPta- i 1I We custom we have our entire stock of High Grade into two lots Gun Pat Burro Jap all new lasts and Our 400 now 339I 350 now 298 t 1 4iNOW ARRIVING Our splendidnew x Fall Shoes They are the most up we have shown yet None like our Burro Jan PatentA not to or a new if do our Iron We I FRIDAY AUGUST 13 At Beaver Dam Ky North Month IlnnnM No 121 diwl 185 a m NolK liieUSOpm No nm doe 2S pw Ho IDS dne SMS pm NolAldoealbn To Beautiful y Does not always require the expen diture ot a large sum of money This depends largely upon judgment taste economy and skill Nothing adds more to the appearance of the home than good Paint properly applied Then it protects and preserves the Is It you buy the right kind The best Is the cheapest llasurys is excelled by none Call on us for Outside Paint Inside Paint e 1 Carriage Paint Roof Paint Flexible Carbon CO cents per gallon Japalac Liquid Veneer and everything in this line that makes old things look new Prescriptions filled with care and delivered anywhere in town DRUG CO Incorporated Many attractions at Hardlnsburg Fair Races each dayFair at Hardlns burg Ky f Go to Hardlnsburg Ialr on train i t August 31st- ylfI Great Fair Hardlnsburg Kyi Aug hst3 dayS Highest Dlvjng DogFree at Har y dlnsburg Fair Fine Stock Great Show rings at I Hardinsburg Fairs t Free attractions at Hardins I burg Fair Athletic contests for Men and Boys Races each day Little NancyKing daughter of t Mr Dan King w iohas been seriously Ill with Is thought to be Improving rf 4 Married at the Mothodlet parson t vage last Saturday by Rev t Virgil Elgin Mr Hardln FIaej of dt Phllpot Davless county to Mrs iliac I W gie White of Olaton i4 lt- 1 r Closing are to carry over as few Mens as we possibly can According to our bunched composing Metals Velour CalfsOxbloodsiTans uptodate styles regular styles Entirelineof qualities certainly todate styles celebrated Out Oxfords LeatheryrShoes Every pair absolutely Guaran teed break Your money back pair they Read Clad guarantee want your Shoe Business FAIR DEALE Hartford Republican IlllnolsCentral allroadTlme- Table Boum- lNomda403aiii Make The Home propertythat HARTFORD 4tMany typnolljfever anxious Oxfords usual Come and meet your friends at Har dlnsburg Fair We try to nmuse everybody at Hardlnsburg Fair See Filipino Troupe of Rot eaters at Hardinsburg Fair See Big advertisement In this paper of Fair at Hardlnsburg Ky See the big advertisement of Har dlngsburg Fair in this paper Low rates on train to Fair at Hardlnsburg Ky Aug 31st3 days WANTED White girl to do lighthouse work for small family Addres this office Ladles day third dayat Fair Har dlnsburg Ky Guessing contest for Ladies Prizes All children free Aug 31st at Hardinsburg Fair Lady goes up in a balloon each day LOST On road from Hartford to Sulphur Springs or at Sulphur Springs on day of Odd Fellows picnic one Bet zer and Wilson Fountain Pen Re turn to this office and receive reward Rev Virgil Elgin will preach at the Methodist church at 11 oclock next Sunday There will be no evening service on account of the AntiSaloon League meeting at the Baptist church Rev H Clay Smith noted temper ence worker will lecture at the Bap tist church Sunday evening in the Interest of the cause Everybody In vited to attend He comes under the auspecles of all of the churches Of Hartford Rev Chester Stevens of Louisville I arrived in Hartford Monday He and his family will visit Mr Stevens mother Mrs ST Stevens and other relatives and friends in Hartford Bea ver Dam and vicinities before return ing to Louisville The Ohio County Baptist Associa tion held with Mt Carmel church Tuesday and Wednesday was largely attended notwithstanding excessive warm weather The Association or ganized by the election of Rev A B Gardner Moderator and Rev L W Tlchenor Secretary Mr T B PetrIe of Brazil Ind arrived in Hartford Sunday and Is vis- Iting his wifes parents Judge and Mrs J E Fogle After spending ten says pr two weeks In Hartford JJr Petrio and family will go to Elkton where they will visit Mr Pe trjes father Rev Jc Petrlev af ter which they will return home s Mi M E Smith well known hi Hartford elag the mother of Mrs Heber Matthews and Mrs J F VlclcJ ers suffered a paralytic stroke ut her home in Owensboro last week and for ayhlle she was in a serious condition At last account yesterday however she was Improving The following named young ladle and gentlemen of Hartford report a most delightful day spent at the Sulphur Springs Thursday cf last week young men were high in their praise of the picnic lunch spread by the young ladles during the neon hour Those composing the party were Misses Willie Smith Effie Render Anna Patten HeUlo Riley Lorrninq Sullcngtr Alma Rlley Cova Anderson Lorena Ford Hattie Glenn Alice Keown Myrtlo Williams Ruth Riley Messrs Martin Thomas Dr J T Hardin Ross Bennett Douglas D Felix Raymcr Tlnsley Cyrus 1atln Lo nle Hoover Harry Glenn Andrew Glenn James D Ford Clarence Bar nard and Grayeon Halliburton Many Ohio county people took ad vantage of the low rates over the new railroad last Saturday to attend the great Masonic barbecue at HardlLJ burg and all report a very enjoyable trip and a pleasant day whJle there The great prize a fine horse and buggy given by Hardlnsburg Lodge to the young lady who received the most votes wasawarded to Mss Walls of Hardlnsburg after a close finish with Miss Baird Attorney W H Barnes of Hartford was one of the judges Hon M C Rankin spoko In the afternoon at 3 oclock being In troduced by C M Barnett of Hart ford Among those who attended from Hartford were Mr and Mrs 0 R Tinsley Mrs Fannie Taylor Mrs John R Phipps Messrs W H liar nes and son Glenn J P Sandefur I Capt S K Cox Isaac Sandofur Clarence Casebler Harry OUannun EdI Mcore and sun Clyde C M Barnttt and son Estill Joe Bennett Harold and Mcllenry Holbrook and John K Bean IMrs Gunther Dead IIrs Mary Gunther wife of Mr- Louis Gtinthor and one of tho oldest laid most respected citizens of the town or county died at her residence in Hartford shortly after noon Tues day Her death was due to the i infirmities of old uge but wad rather sudden although she had been ill for- manI months Afflicted for yonrs I and worn with age it just seemed that the frail body gave way nud lieu spirit took Its flight to the One who gave it- Mrs Gunther was 77 years old ai the time of her death She was 11 native of Germany Stato of linden on the Rhine She came to this country when a young woman and later was married to Mr Gunther who is ulso a native German She was the moth er of several children but only two are loft Misses Henrietta and Mar garet These with her husband an her only Immediate survivors Funeral services were conducted at the residence at 3 oclock Wednes day afternoon niter which her re mains were burled In Oakwcod craw teryINew Chairmam Selected At a meeting of the Ohio County Republican Executive Commltteeheld at the court house yesterday after noon M S Ragland tendered his resignation as chairman and Sherlfl R B Martin was unanimously elect ed to fill out tho unexpired term Both Ragland and Martin In shun talks promsled to do all they cou IIi to futher the Interests of the Repub lican party in Ohio county Twenty one members were present In person or by proxy A hisof election officer was selected to submit to tho County Board of Election Commissioners I A vacancy In Ralph precinct vas fill ed by the selection of Esquire Edge j and one in Buford by the see tloi of Claude Hudson A Card of Thanks We desire to return our heartfelt thanks to those In Hartford who wen so kind and attentive to us during the recent Illness and death of out aunt May the richest blessings rest upon them is our prayer MR AND MRS J W BEAR S I L Meeting Assembled at West No Creek Fri day evening Aug C with good attendance Officers present 5 absent 2 members present 2 absent 8 The hour before recess was given to speeches readings and dialogues thE letter by Misses Rosa Dooley and FH dla Foster which was indeed Interesting The time after recess was given tat debating the subject Resolved Thin a Liar is worse than a Thief whlcl by devlsion from judges Messrs Har lan Shown Otis Carson and W C Llles went In favor of Neg by 2 to 1 fOfAft A committee viz M ssm Curry Tymer Wesrerfieia lia llfBsa Foster and Belva McCorinlc4t j s was appointed to remove all rubbish from school yard caused by lightn ings dreadful work The league was highly honored with nn excellent talk from Prof Otis Car Augustt1Oat8BELVA MCCORMICK Sec Herald please copy Ohio County High School A noted American educator recently said The people of this country Will have Just as good schools as they demand and just as poor schools iis they will put up with The peo ple cf Kentucky huvo realized this fact and as a result ate demanding btUtr schools and more efficient teachers A great educational wove hits swept over the Stole and hUH loft In Its wake not only u burning desire but a film determination to have better schools Think of the great State of Kentucky once stand ing fortysecond in point of education iiincng her sister States Is It any wonder that a whirlwind campaign for better schools is sweeping over every section of the State When tho legislature made the pro vision in its statute books whereby county high schools could be established in every county a great step Ward advancement was made This year we present to the peoplo of Ohio county a firstclass high school equal to tide best high school In towns of the same population of any other- S ate In the Union We offer you a course that any university will accept without question and one that will twin any boy or girl for the active affairs of life When school opens on August 30th a now tom will be marked In the history ot Ohio county education Your buy or girl can not uffoid to neglect this splendid opportunity and upon the parents should ers rest the educational responsibili ties Let every boy and girl of high ttliool ago enter at the earliest possi ble moment Our catalogue explains fully the courses expenses etc Board can be secured in private famlllos for L0 tn 300 Tuition lice In the High School to Ohio county pupils holding common school diploma Those who do not hold dlplomsa will lit admitted by examination High School tuition to iionresIdiiitB oft lie county 5 per mime weeks For lull Infoi matlon address Geo E Hal ION Hartford Ky A Letter of Appreciation I desire to extend my heartfelt hanks to the people or Beaver Dun ami adjoining community for their un tiring interest in my little daughter during her illness of more than SO days to say nothing about the substan clal aid and boauiiful flowers Dud I would not forget the skillful und un tiring Interest taken by Dr Duff who deprived himself of pleasure as well as business to administer day and night at her bedside and last but not least we would mention the fact that many earnest prayers went up day and night trout pulpit and home while anxious friends lingered I nand about the yard to aw ait results until finally a gleam of light sprang up In the home and the announcement went out Ellen Is better all praise to God and thanks to the people G H LAWRENCE BALD KNOB Aug nThere will he singing at this place Saturday night Mr A E Sandefur Is contemplating teach- Ing a music school lucre and the mat er is to be decided Saturday night Everybody come and Join If they want o learn somethlng bunt vocal music Mr A E Sanderfur nod family of Rob Roy spent Sunday with his rather MrvE P Sanderfur We are needing rain very much In this locality- Mr and Mrs Jesso Torrence visit id Mrs lames Sanderfur and family a Hortou Sunday Mrs Kate Peyton of Rob Roy visit rd Mrs J II Torrence Monday Rev C W Fry will fill his regular appointment here Sunday Hurrah for the old Hickory and Rob Roy No9 ball players Do your best text Saturday evening I We wish the Rob Roy schoolmuch succcssI Drs Hurdin Bell have opened a rand new Dental ounce over the Re publican office in Hartford All the lit st methods in dentistry Wo make eeth without the use of time plate We use the highest grade of mater al and furnish the highest class of xork WQ guarantee all cf our work Call and see us Consultation and Examination Free i Phone 218 7 r ratoss SHOE I TO TRANSMITALL t POWER the fric tion drive of a motor muat be neither too tight nor too loose but just right i Bemuse it fit just right at very point the CRQSSETT Shoe putt every ounce of bodily energy at your service through T your feet when you need it Like the electric motor Croitett Shoes do not use power when they are not working MAKES LIFES WALK EASY fJ Each season we sell more shoes There is a reason We sell GOOD SHOES People are learning who to dependon for Shoes as well as other things If you have never bought a pair of our Shoes we ask you to try ours Let us advise you what Shoe to get and thnrwe will abide the result It pays to depend on Barnard Co HARTFORD KY f We Are Here With the Goods Consisting of the latest highOracle hut lowpriced Iarticles of Furniture and House FUlllihinllm bracing Bed Room Suits Iron Beds Cots Matrcsses Settees Dressers Chif foniers Hall Trees Davenports Tables Kitchen Cabinets Chairs Safes China and Glassware Hard ware specialties Carpets Hugs Mattings Lino leums and in fact anything necessary to fit out the home Also Sewing Machines Stows and Ranges Everything now and uptodate I Weve earned the reputation of being low priced reliable grocers and we are still doing business in the I I same way Call on us or telephone your order and you will sure to be treated II rightIhro Oi 6 BIG DAYS S3000000PREMl 8 a HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME JftrNil8N DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 meetsHindworldQuarterLOW RAILROAD RATES toll INFORMATIONCATALOGUEENTIOr BLANKS ADDRESS J WI NEWMAN Secretary 320 Paul Jones Bide Louisville Ky s IrI t r j iA I c 4 r l = t II Jii auE 81WfEiF I 1 le gOverComio8 I DANDSOtE PRIZE LIST C Thirty Thousand Dollars Offered h I t raPrizes +t iberDetalll of Some of the ChIef Attrao ronl to Be Presented This J YearIThIrty thousand dollars makes a- very i handsome prize list This amount will be offered at the Seventh annual Kentucky State Fair which 1s scheduled for the week of Sep tember 13th to 18th Inclusive The marvelous piece of work accomplished In the Incomparably short time of three months last season In which the beautl1fuJmodel half mile race track were was built- and I some forty or more buildings of a snore temporary nature for the hOUSe Jag of all livestock agricultural horticultural j exhibits etc were complete i ed Is fresh In the minds of those who witnessed last years exhibition With the addition of beautiful road ways flower beds and installation of electric lights In tiro pavilion for the use of i bone show and hippodrome perfor piancesfal the evening the grounds w1ll present a grander and more brll slant spectacle this year In nearlievery department the j classes have been Increased and mote Uberal prizes are offered This Is especially true In the beef cattle and ppultr departments In each of which I ablIthirtyattractive and represent a greater value than ever before The honor and prestige of winning many of these trophies Is Infinitely greater than the intrinsic value of the prize itself The specIals listed Include the Highland Home cup which Isdbnntcd by Gay Dros of Plsgah Ky for the best and finellt saddle bred foal of 1909 the American saddle horse breeders ns- oclatlon trophy for registered stallion or mare three years old or under the Montgomery chief special of 125 of eyed by Ball Dros Versailles Ky for l the finest and best stallion mare or gelding any age by Montgomery Chfet the 1000 Kentucky farmer saddle horse futurity for saddle bred foals of 1909 the only saddle horse hlturlty- 1n exlstancc which closed April 1st With 225 nominations the commissioner uf agriculture saddle horse special value at 200 for the best five gAited saddle stallion mare or gelding three years old or over a handsome cup for the champion roadster glen by s1r Basil Doerhoefer of lOullllIIe the Dr McChord cup for the best herd of jack stock offered by Mr W P Hayes of Bloomfield Ky the grand sliver trophy offered by the American Berkshire Swine Association for best young herd of lterkahlres exhibited by Kentucky breeder which Is the covet oEd honor of the show among Herk shire breeders In every state an ag Rregate sum of nearly 400 given by Commissioner Rankin for all the lead Joe standard varieties of poultry a silver cup donated by Mr F II lIehr i in6for best exhibit of Kentucky bred poultry specials by the Southdown Nampahire and Oxford Sheep Record Association for exhibits of pllrcbredIIIheep they reapectltely the American Angora Goat nredrAssociation special for the best flock of registered Angora kids In the cattle department the money onllderation for specials Is the great i tilt and the classification most extenIeive The American Shorthorn AmericanHeretont i have each donated 750 for pure bred cattle of these respective breeds one UaK to be given In open comltion and onehalf to cattle owned by Ken lucky exhibitors These offers were made on condition that the State Fair tnanagevnent would set apart 1000 In premiums for each of these breeds which was done thereby making a total ot 1750 for each breed This le- the largest amount ever offerer for either Shorthorns or Herefords at any state fair or exposition south of the ohio rivet and perhaps equals the ago f6regate prize money at any exhibition In America this year with the excep lion of the national breed shows The Polled Durham Association of Amer Ix renews Its offer of 100 In special prizes for Polled Durhams The American Aberdeen Angus Breeders Auocfatlon for the first time In sev eral yearS comes forward with a very liberal offer ot 200 In specials breed As a very gratifying innovaI lion In the prize list the Dairy Department contains some CattJeI specials Through the wrality of the HoltelnFrleslan Asso elatfon ot America the State FaIr dnanagement has been enabled to dOl- ibJe the amountf prize m hey for tblll dairy feed and to place Its dURi- nation iirriotto a par with the Jtir jeywhich lIu been tbdfavorite dairy t 4 h- ur Y t 1ry 1 breedirr thi oItb ever slice ltd liii 1JO ao pttarrr the Keatiicky 1ersoy cattle lubwl give A cup vtItted at 5000 for the best 7erAey herd ot one bull and t urlcl era one year old bred bla Ken tuckyexhlbltor there are alsoaum erou specials offered by Ron M C- Rmlitfn cordmissloner of agricultural departments the most promlqentof- t which are ter county exhibits 160000 oltered for the best and largest display of fart garden and orchard produts This has been a very In terestlng and educational feature at many of tho leading state fairs for a r of yearS and wIll undoubtedly prove a success ad boon to agricultural Interest of Kentnccy- iSupJrintendents 01 Departments at the Kentucky State FaIr As usual most experienced and capa bit superintendents of departments have been appointed R n LlI1ant of Lawrenceburg has for the third time been chosen superlnterllJ ent of the horse department and WlJJlam Simmons of Shepherdsvtlle will asalp lie- in charge of the mule exhibit W R superIlntendentVaughn of Shelbyville will for the eIghth consecutive year be superln departmentI fieflswine departlilenl WD Milo ton of Shelbyvllle sheep and goats John H Good of Louisville poultry and pigeons U C Lovelace of Boston field seed and grain IL M Froman of- Cheat tobacco Miss Evelyn Porter ot Louisville womans department G P Rogers of Smlthland farm Implements and machinery Prof JJ Hoop er of Lexington students judging contest and H 1 Smyser of Lyndon speed department Chas Sholtz Jr of Louisville Is superintendent of vegetables and melons Henry S Adams Eminence of Horticulture W E Bibb North Pleasurevifle of plants WinIasslstant superintendents have alsoI been named for poultry and W D Dufont of Nichloasvllle anti Robert II Young of Louisville for vegetables and melons J A Peake GeoIwomans department Miss Eva Mc Grew of Bayou and Miss Alice Pore ter of Louisville Heads of Departments of the Ken tueky State Fair There are eJhteen exhibit depart ments which have been placed under the head of the various members of the state board of agriculture as fol lows M C Rankin ot Frankfort poultry ana pigeons plants and flow ers and students judgIng contest pror M A Saovall of Lexington beef cattle dairy cattle and colIo dogs G N McGrew of Bayou womans de partment farm Implements and machinery manufactured products andIM Beard of Hardinsburg sheep goats and vegetables and melons Guthrie M Wilson Dradstown horses I mules and lack stock speed depart ment Caldwell Norton Louisville swine Desha Breckenridge Lexington education and art William Addams Cynthfana field seed and grain and tobacco Fred R Blackburn Stanton horticulture forestry and minerals JKentucky State Fair Races Horse racing will be a greater at traction than ever at the State Fair this year At last years fair It was demonstrated that a successful bar Iness race meeting could be held on these grounds The popularity of the sport was never more pronounced Un usually fast time was made on the new halfmlle track which has come to be regarded as one of the best halt mile courses In America At the meet Ing last year the grand stand and the grounds adjacent to It were thronged I by a surging moss of humanity every afternoon eager to see every heat to every race and not until the sum mary of the last race was lung up did the Interest cease or enthusiasm dwln die The Kentuckians by nature has a opIwill not be denied him at this years fair The early closing events show the largest list of entries ever rQo corded at the Sate Fair These events are known as the Louisville Retail Merchants Association stake for 2t21 pacers the Louisville Commercial Club stake for 220 trotters end the Kentucky Brewers Association stalse for 220 trotters In addItion to the stake races there will be six purse and four gentlemens road races Purse entries close Sept 8th Entries for the cup race at twelve oclock noon the day before the Taos The stake races will be on the three In five heat plan and the purse races the two In three heat plan onI will also be two running races each lay This Is destined to become one f the most popular training tracks In the country This meeting fits Into IDg1tbe IsJmeetingsI I 1 list of stake entries and the manage ment Is quite confident that all the purse races will fill satisfactorily For catalog entry blank or other Information write J Y Nwmn Secretary 320 Paul Jones Duildiog- Louisville KY Vii- h c err iUir Y Un t HS T iTo FDLLEcTIFAS ri New Order Went Into EffectSuntt day August 1st On Lours vile Division- S I trM tit I Uniformed auditors tphettares were placed on all pdssen rJralns on the Louisville division oftbe Ii- linois Central Sunday Th foJlow Ins Ch1 ago dispatch announces the official order C I Following the lead of the Northwestern road In installing auditors on Its passenger trains t2 Illinois Central rood has adopted n sfmllar plan the first trIal beingiuade an the Louisville division between Louis yule Ky and Memphis and 1erenf ter passenger traveling between these two cities will hand their tickets or PRY their cash fares to the train auditor Instead of the conductor Like the Northwestern officials the illi nois Central traffic heads contends that auditors have not been Installed because they believe their cOn ductors are dishonest bat rather to I lighten the burden of the man who has actual charge of the train and crew and who Is largely responsible for the safety ot the passnegera The Illinois Central has not yet decided whether or not the net4 plan will be extended over the entire system but will walt and see how It works on the Louisville division On the Northwestern road the train auditors have no regular runs and conductors never can tell when one of the officials will get hoard his train i They may check p the tickets on leaving the Chicago terml nal or get aboard at some distant station The Secret of Long LIfe A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Elec tric BItters prolongs life and makes It worth living It purlflesenrlches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wnst6f nerve cellsimparts life and tone to the entire system Its a gOdsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman of Cushing Ire but Electric Bittors cured me entirely Only 60c at all druggists ni QUICKS PillS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills FISH MILK HERD Y l OF COWS DRY t Amazed Farmer Watches Fjjnny Denizens Rob Him of Lacteal Fluid f A most remarkable occurent was wItnessed near Nolln In Hardin co unty last Friday evening when a number of large fish were seenmilk fug cowsYNear the station III a large spring branch which empties Into ollnrlverI Near the mouth of this favorite place for cows to stand durin hot days where the water Is about a rthelrIlarge rain and Nolln creek got very rapldlI such come cater and n great many of them ran In to a spring branch The water literal j alive with fish which did not secim to 1Ir of that section was out looking far his cows and noticed a great commotion- In the water and IUI he watched he witnessed a remarkable occur nce and one never before heard of In this wslIHe remained some time on bank watching themand was fascinated by the novel alghtAt last when ttieecows- came out they had been stripped by the fish ff IRevolts i at Old Steel Your only hope said three doctor to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit 311ch lies In an operation then 4 used Dr Kings Now Life Plllsshe writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constl ton Headache 25c at aU druSg1lets 01- 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particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and outbuilding orchard plenty of water 40 acres Iii timber balance In good state of cultivation IA tract of laud on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile eonthweat of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 60 acres In cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out bUilding A good orchard and other conveniences atten ding a well kept farm JA tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acme In Doty toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own the property Ware only ngnts tor the owners and our purpose ds to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge U no sale Is effected Lis- your property with us or If you wan to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY r OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THr REPTHIICAN and 81 Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Homo and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Yeek Owpnsboro nqui er 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ttEPUBLICAII and JJauy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger L7n TIlE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky FarmerJ 175 THE REPUBLICAN find Now Idea YomansM8g8 ne 185 TILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 15O Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I+ u+ ++J1 + F tt t++ + H4i+4H t THE KENTUCKY a Ught and Power cOtINCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOl1SR RT COST i 2r ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NOlIOME I OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH iot EG BARRASS Man ger1 1441 I SURE CURE Disease STOMACHtL- IVER KIDNEYS ct I f t 131 ros3tr9ay 1 o lK I circuIt CourtT jr Blrkbu4f J 4ertDes D R1ngo Attomey W oM Flecer Jolter Ed GDana Clerk Frank 1Felix Master CommlsalonerY 1 Mo- Is Trutee Jury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies8 A- Bratoher W C Ashley J W YBrtJarGrant Pollard Court convenes Monday In March and August and eon tlnues three weeks and third monooI llCount J W S Tinsley Clerk D M Woodward Attorney Hltrttorch Court convenes I first Monday in each monthtQuarterlY CourtBegins onthe third Monday to January April July and October Court of cialrrConvenee first TuesJJday to January and On the first Tuesclay In Uctober Other OttlccrltN Moxrey Sureyor- t hreve S W Leach Assessor Rc- ROyJamu DsWeeseSchool Superiittentr eat Hartford Jerome Allen Corone Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H William Beaver DamMarch H June 23 September 24 December 24 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 26 June 5 September Z December26 W S Dean DundeeMarch 27 Jun Z8 September 26 December 27 W n Edge FordaviUeAfarch 28JUb 2 September 7 December 26 D S Chamberlain DrdaMarch l4 June 25 September December 19 Herbert Render CentertownMarch 30 June 29 September 9 Decetmer so PiJuneHARTFORD POLICE COURT jjlAttorneyCourt convenes so and Monday in each month City Counell T 1L Williams Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer n Eo 1 Ilmmerman C M Barnett Eo Eo HJrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Ernest Ellie School Trustees JlartfordC M Crowe J B Glenn W R TlneleyC JL Barnett and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSundy 4 7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningeBaptist ChurchServices held Saturday night before seeond Sunday Sunday and Sunday nIght anti fourth Sundays and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Sundayt Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m Rw Henry Clay Ford Pastor t3ECRET lOCmTlES Hartford Lodge No GiS F A Ma MondaywnightW M E P Moore Secretary Keystone Chapter No no meets evelT monthCCr6eRender Secretary rr Hartford Chapter No 84 OE S MondayeenlngMilS Riley Secretary- Rough RIver LOdge No no Inighft- of Pythlae meets every Tuesday night RenderKHertford Tent No P9 K O T JLr BPPlIdlEtonRecord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 1 O T M Meets tint Friday evening and third MrsEMrs E B Pendleton Lady Recoru keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G Ju nbold regular meeting Saturday bet AshffodMilc fI Ohio Tribe No US Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednee EoMorr a of Records Acmb Lodge No 339 I O OFtmeets every second and fourth Mon BBCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots 1st Saturday nIght in each month NoM Skaggs Pres W D- tItiee SPcTncs 1 C tAmericanBowlingGreen I S D KUMP Sec Trees Indiana t polls State Officers J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown K s D ROBERTSON Sec CalhounKy Ohio County Officers DamKyIcyyCCOUNTY BOARD Oli EDUCATION J M DoWeoae Chairman Hartford Ky INo2 JA D dNo1 tDS Rio itnd Plummer TnYorl1fiu9IIh f0 J L Drown Rockport t jltIii r T trYIaN N L J x 4 M a Hwi Iif wa l I I IWI POLES r Holes Take Water and v j j A a Cause Rot I t Creosote Thought to be Good Re medy For theBird- Evil J Considerable damage is being done to telephone telegraph and electric light poles by members of the wood pecker family These birds originally built their homes In the dead or dying trunks or limbs of trees but for some reason best known to themselve- have come to the conclusion that the peeled poles offers better conditions lot a home They have become so ravenous of late that their depredations are at tracting considerable attention among those who are compelled to use quan tities of wooden poles Their actlvl spread over a wide portion of 4 tthe United States notably in the South Southwest and Central West Cedar poles seem to be the ones most frequently attacked The birds bore Into them at any height from the ground and the holes which they make are often two or three Inches In diameter four or five inches deep Such an amount of wood drilled from a stick of timber which is carrying a load of wires naturally weakens tho strength of the line dlfI birds However this is not deslra J ble as they are among the most be official arms of bi d life native to this country because they destroy large numbers of Insects which ser iously damage forest and food crops It seems therefore that methods should be undertaken to compel the birds to revert to their former habit of boring rather than to exterminate themFrequent inquiries have been made by the Forest Service In this connection but the only information to date which the Government has been Able to obtain is that on a casual in spection of treated and untreated pole lines in Louisiana In that t t was found that poles which had been impregnated with creosote oil ereDot attacked by the birds where t as untreated poles under the same I conditions were very severely injur edWhether or not creosote will pre vent such attack is not definitely known but the Service is Investiga tingy this problem and should this jail prove a Vpreventatlve It will ful prof truction from animal life In south ern Indiana some members of a trac tion company thought that they could prevent further destruction of their poles by filling the holes In the wood with stones The birds however simply drilled arond the stones and made the conditions much worse This apparently does not seem to be a depredar a Notice quantltlesfOf Icertoeatltie theptjQ have same placed in the refrigerator must if they desire it placed there keep their II bottlesIMEKDENHALLS CHILL TONICB- est for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed rotectioBiIt may be of some Interest to cans to know that Japan is Amerll formulate many new national One of these Is a Protective policy The leading statesmen are said to learl to high Protective Tariffs ac companied with reciprocal conven ions That nation that would enter I Japanese markets will have to make concessions to Japanese goods In this respect Japan Is simply plac ing herself In line with the best t commercial and Industrial ought of I tthe world There is no nation that r r Is now thinking of abandoning Protec tlon with deference to our own Tarif reformers bo it said while the onlyI nation that has had a degree of Free it Trade England contains a strong V I party In favor of Protective duties vr 1 Jfa many articles Nor itf the abandonment of Protec i tloii really the serious conviction of the American people Attacks on 1 4 r the TotectI system have lately come rJcsnswhohaveahitHy t 5 tint these attacks areidbrd political and factional and the manifestations dt a spirit of unrest and a pursuit 6f fads anything else Protection will continue to be the policy of this people after the men In Congress and many newspapers have ceased to attack the system Many Americans have worked them adlves Into such a political frenzy over this subject that they are almost prevented from seeing the matter In a clear and patriotic light Without Protection this country would soon be In an Induotrlal chaos and any en trance upon a FreeTrade policy would we believe be followed with such dis astrous results that It would be immediately reversedCedar Rapids Re publican r Uptofive weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to failedsthen Bucklens Arnica Salve com pletely cured me writes John Wash ington of Bosquevlllc Tex For ecze ma bolls burns and piles Its supreme 25c at all druggists m MEND EN HAL L S CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Order for Graded School Election Orders Ohio County court regular July term 5th day of July 1909 Hon W B Taylor J 0 C C Presiding Chas Cargal et al For Graded Common School- It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that at the regular May term 1909 of this court Chas Cargal and 23 other legal white voters of com mon School SubDistrIcts NOE 14 15 and 16 of Educational Division No 5 of Ohio county Kentucky and Post office address McHenry Kentucky did cause to be flied with the Clerk of this court as provided by law a petition wherein they prayed for the establishment of a Graded Common School District and that an election be ordered to take the sense of the legal white voters within said district as to whether or not they were In favor of levying a tax of 60 cents on each 10000 worth of taxable property belonging to said voters or cor porations within said district to gether with a sod tax of=150 on each legal whltevot residing therein for the purpose of purchasing erecting or repairing suitable building or build ings and for the maintenance of said Graded Common School At the regular June 1909 term of this court the same petitionersChas Cargal and otters filed pan amended petition changing onlythiJ tiWf of the proposed Graded Common School District as given in original petition and said petition as amended was In words and figures as follows towIt ToHon W B Taylor Judge of the Ohio County Court We the undersigned petitioners being legal voters and taxpayer In the boundary hereinafter set out re spectfully petition that you order an election to take the sense of tho le gal white vote as to whether a Grad ed Common School shall bib established and maintained by levy and collected for that purpose of a tax of not ex ceeding 68 cents on eachLone hundred dollars =10910 wdrth of property fn said district Iowried by Wnlte person and by Corporation and a poll tax of one dollar and fifty cents 150 of each white male inhabitant therein over twentyone years or age trader Sections 4464 and following the Kentucky Statutes and under St tlon 100 and following the Common School Laws of Kentucky and staid District to be bound as follows Beginning at Frank Harris atMer cer with Bakers line thence South- East to George McFarlands includ ing him thence to Hiram Maddoxs place including It thence to the Fish er farm Including it thence to tho- R P Beck place including it thence to the Delmer Austin place Including It thence South to the Rochester and Hartford road thence with said road Including all on the North side of said road tothotSam Maddox place Including it thence to the Gaither property Including It thence to the James Austin property Including It thence to the OQrian property now owned by the McHenry Coal Compat y including It thence to the Kteper place including it thence to the Cleveland Austin place including It thence to Dude Phelps including him thence to the R P Beck property on the corner bordering on the Rochester and Hartford road Including it thence to the D M Duncan place Including Iti thence to the Nick Swan property Including H then to tho Dick Toll property Including It and all ttyeConr patty houses between these two places v thence to the widow Guys property lnciud h der prop rty thence jy SV to the Pj Render arpi Including it thence to the Sallle 6 Render place Including it thence to the Wit Hams Coal Companys land Including what la known as the Hock r place and on a portion of which Alonzoliin ton now lives thence to and including what is known as the Simon Jones property and on which Buck Siinp BonllyeV the1cofo the boundary line between the Williams Coal Company and James Rice including the Mad dox farm on which Addle Spinks now lives thence to the property of J T Main Including It and also Including the property owned by Warren Baker known as the Old Kelly place thence to the homestead of Frank Harris in cluding all on the South side of Bakers line to the beginning We further represent that the fore going boundary embraces Common School Subdistrict Nos 1416 and 16 Educational Division No 5 and this petition has the approval of the Trus tee of each of said Districts and also of the County Superintendent of SchoolsWe a certain tract or par eel of land situated between McHenry and Williams Mines In Ohio County Kentucky on the West side of the Illinois Central Railroad and just be low the Brown Mercantile Companys store and known as tho Old Field us a site for the building for the pro posed Graded Common School and certify that said site Is not more than two and onehalf miles from any portion of the boundary of the proposed DistrictIt appearing to the satis faction of the court that said Petition and amended Petition were regularly filed and docketed at the May and June terms 1909 of this Court by or der laid over one month for excep tions and none having been noted or filed herein and that said Petition and proposition meets with the ap proyal of County School Superinten dent James M Dewcese as per his indorsement thereon and the Court being sufficiently advised It Is there II fore ordered and adudged that said Graded Common Scholo District be es tablished as fully set out in the Pe tition as amended and as above recorded and that the Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky R B Martin be and he is hereby ordered an directed to open a poll at the Williams Mines school house in the said proposed Graded Common School District on Saturday August 21st 1909 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters of said proposed dls trlct which District embraces Nos 14 15 and 16 of Educational Division No5 the levying and collection an nually of a tax of fifty cents on each 10000 worth of taxable property with In said District owned by white per sons and Corporations and also a poll tax of 150 on each legal white voter resldjng within said District for the purpose of repairing erecting or pity chasing suitable building or buindlngs 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 amended are true Said sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky copy of the order herein by the clerk of this counrt will have same published as required by law and will at the dame time and place as above described cause the two officers ap pointed by him a judge and a clerk to hold said election to propound the following question to each of the legal white voters offering to vote Are you for or against the levying and collection of tai annually oY 50 cents on each 10000 worth of tax able property within said district own edby white persons and corpora tions and a poll tax of 150 on each legal white voter resident therein to be used for the purpose herein set for and they shall record the vote there on as each voter may direct and they shall at the same time and place hold an election at which a board of five trustees shall be elect ed by the duly qualified voters of said district for said proposed Graded Common School District and are cause is continued for report as prescrlbey law A COPYATTESTW Clerk By S A WOERNER Clerk In obedience to the foregoing I will open fpoll at Williams Mines August 21st 1909 for the purpose there In stated R B MARTIN SO C Wall Paper q Artistic Wall Paper selected with a view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than all else q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in pattern and price 9- Q Samples submitted and estimates furnished upon request W D IjTJOE3 PAINTING AND DECORATING 115 Main Street Hartford Ky C I 996 9999ww 29990- I I Red GREATens Wow ft CENTERTOWN KY Saturday August 2119O9- tOhio and adjoining county tribes will meet In great war dance to stimulate their young warriors before going out ups I on the war path Everybody Invited A great address will be 4 5 delivered by Robert T Crowe of LaGrange while noted speak ers will represent the A S of E and other organizations All fraternities Invited An old fashioned barbecued dinner will be served at 25 eats Amusements of all kinds Come and bring youxAfriends ana enjoy a great day Will receive bids for 4 5 until Saturday August 14 Reserving the right to reject any 4 5 and all bids E F JACKSON 4 5- e r A F CHAPMAN 4 5hC M SWAIN OSCAR ASHBY 1 I C H CHAPMAN r i i Committee 66Il oJI GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince yo- dSHORTHAND 75 Per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOrtS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE iSIOIirOBATK- DjEVANSYlLtE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRING 1ELD MEMPHIS Afraid of Ghosts Many people are afraid of ghosts Pew people are afraid of germs Yet the ghost is a fancy and the germ is a fact If the germ could be magnified to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more terrible than any firebreathing dragon Germs cant bo avoided They are in the air we breathe the water we drink The germ can only prosper when the condition of the system gives it scope to establish its selfand develop Whoa there is a deficiency of vital form languor restlessness a sallow cheek i to of thoaleep You can fortify the body against ell germs by the use of Dr Pierces Gold ea Medical Discovery It increases the vital power cleanses the system of clogging impurities enriches the blood puts the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition so II breedGoldenhabitfonning drugs All its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine OP sowN COMPOSITION andwith a record of 10 years of caret Accept no ubititute there is nothing II Just as good Ask your neighbors THAT EDUCATION IS MOST PROFITABLEt Which puts knowledge in the head skill in the hand and dollars in the pooket Our course in bookkeeping business customs shorthand and typewriting is endorsed by business men because it enables our graduates to meet the requirements of the business office It puts young men and women to work where advancement follows satisfactory service Over 500 pupils attend annually Fifty typewriters for instruction purposes Worthy pupils assisted to positions Fall term begins Monday Sept 6th Write for catalog LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE J2 V Evansville Ind 7 fifcte1 trIndJanas grevatest sohool of business I 1iI di iP3IOnIOU U Bas sTT C JIhIn BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all ttte court of Ohio and adjoining cotm tiel and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to all business entrusted their care Collections and the Prac LawIIng FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In th9 Court Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office in the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pension Me Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Publlu for Ohio county Office over Williams DrK Bture H L HKAVKIK KltNFST WOUW All HEAVRIN WOODWARD Q torfle s ataaiu HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession la all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all tM Courts of Ohio and adjoining countle nd In the Court at Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Beaksw D BARNES S A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce tint try ave formed partnership or the mrao of Law In all cOurt State and FeeS oral with offices south side of Kate street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Title and miffatfoa affecting Titles to Real Estate will ire liven special attention Notary In offices W K BARNES S A ANDERSON JOUN 0 WILSON CHAS M CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining ClOUD ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention gives to criminal practice and to objections Office oa Main 9 opposite Court House saes TNAO It MANatpro mtyobtisa is ill outinuUi or eM w ebula panNTS THAT Mi xlTMtlM UMB Uorauf aJr M aaipvnM Amd oalp too to oeeMi- MU modtl pboto or Urtcfe for Ia- s lit rt rt pttMttbUltr M ytwV pnutie BUR PAMINa MCrKRCNCCI rortres1MBoIIII Oil Iroftlabl rstota rll1o stryWASHINGTON KILL THE COUCH I AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr1Kings New Discovery FOR oaOLD8AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBPAOTOR OB MONEY REFUNDED fROCURID rD DEfCND slJIodISN advk how to obtain ttentti t copyNdt4eto IN ALL COUNTRIES Bsulnnt Jlrttt aIlk WatUnglon tatn tine end rs faint ExciuslvslrwriteBU XUUt Itnrt epp VnlUt CUtM ratio OS WASHINGTON DC j ii h1 s4 r li 11 J Ir ON- f 11 I t1- l t tII l GEET TRANSFER h t- l Stock of A D Taylor Son Beaver Dam Ky 1 VH F 1836200 WORTH OF MERCHANDISE1 To be Sold for Whatever It will Bring Beginning j Wednesday August 8th9 Oclock A M I i ENTIRE STOCK consisting of wearing apparel for Men Women and Children Dry Goods Clothing ShoesfHats Furnishings and Ladies Tailor Made Skirts Trunks Bags Etc Groceries and Ceneral Merchandise literally thrown upon the market to be sold in ten days time beginning Wednesday August 18 Everything goes for what it will bring We are not bound by former costs or selling prices The greatest big gest broadest grandest most unparalleled liberal and legitimate merchandising event that has ever occurred in Western Kentucky Remember this is not an ordinary bargain sale It is not a dissolution It is not a fake ofany sortxIT IS JUST a case of entirely thousands upon thousands of dollars too much goods and not enoughmoney IT IS JUST a real oldfashioned honest Straightout selling out SOMETHING MUST BE DONE AND DONE QUICKLY J I FREE FREE FREE FREE To the first ten lady customers entering our store Wednes To the first ten gentlemen customers entering our store day morning August 18th will be given a dainty dress pat on Wednesday morning August 1 8th will be given an elegant tern absolutely FREEi dress shirt FREE LOOK FOR THE BIG RED SIGN AND DONT MISTAKE THE PLACE Thousands of other things which we have not space to mention are marked in large plain figures so low they are bound to move THIS STOCK WILL BE SOLD Heres the prices that will do it Every item will go exactly as advertised Baker doesnt care r ii Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions Standard Collco Slmpslns grays blacks and fancies American and Calcutta blues and Arnolds oil boiled reds positively woth 61 and 7c yard Transfer Sale Price 10 for yards39c Hoosier Domestic Full 36 Inch wide standard LL cotton apron Gingham and 32 In French Lawns In dainty erns actual value 7c and 43eFORHope Domestic Full bleached stand and soft finished yard wide Hope Cotton Transfer Sale Price 10 68YARDS FOR 0 C Scotch Lawns Beautiful fresh patterns Dainty colors for Klmonas House Gowns and Childrens dresses 10 i YARDS FOR 29C Thousands of yards Lawns Batiste and India linens In plain and fan cles dainty designs positively worth 12lc ICc and 20c yard Sale Price yard 7cllc and 14c fhls Is positively the only sale I am personally conducting in Ohio coun ty now If you want genuine Baker bargains come here Fancy light weight allwool Ureas goods light patterns in plains 39cyard75c quality fancy English mohair per yard 48C J 150 and 160 voiles Panamas and mohair In black and colors per 9Dcyard r r this sale98eLadles 35c tine gauze vests each 21 c Ladles fullbleached extra 4vestLadles vests taped neck and sleeves pearl buttons actual value 15c each 9 Ladles and misses full length fast black cotton hose worth 124c pair7cto go atfISc hose in black tans and 9cPairChildrens ribbed hose reenforced knees pair toes soles and heels 8c InonLadles dainty hemstitched plain white handkerchiefs worth up to6e12 c each Fixins for Men and Boys Best quality 25c socks for me n in plaids black tan and fancies prlCced for this sale Mens dark colored heavy work Shirts 39CTransferMens fine suspenders clal 9ca Mens tine suspenders genuine guyot style sold the world over at 35c 1 9Sale Price- FourInhand C or string ties all pure silk or wash fabrics 25c values 19cnow i J 4MensC Mens = 7cworthMens dress shirts of 39calMens tine dress shirts new dainty designs and neat figures cuffs attached or detached Positively worth each 79C Best quality 150 shirts in white or fancy patterns plain of plaited bos 98etached Notions torlcSanPearl buttons lOc kind tor3c3cOpenLadles new style lace trlnmod Dutch For16c 3lineClothing THESE VALVES WILL MAKE A TREMENDOUS SENSATION Baker dont caro what the loss or I sacrifice The only thought sell It all out quick Youths Suits of fancy mixed fabrics hard woven medium weight mill taryjcut Italian lining and hand pacjded shoulders Made up to sellr for 500 and 650 each Sale Price suit for 398 Young Mens Suits well tailored of plain and fancy mixed fabrics worth three times the Sale price of suit 248Mens Suits of special quality unfinish ed worsteds or Italian Hi 19lueShoes Shoes One lot of Oxfords for misses and chil w den In Canvas tan or black leather these are broken llpcs nd only one or two palr oC a kind tosell n i at 100 to 250 pair Public Sale price38c 48c id 63c CMens i Jleathers and shapes worth 260 per t pair 19nMens heavy work shoes Id grain or smooth leather Also a dress shoe qt satin calf leather plain or cap toes Values in this line up to 1 39225 a pair Price 250 grade choice for 198 300 grade choice for 229 400 grade choice for 319 If you dont know Baker you dont ifnow bargains tj REM EM BER All goods priced herein can be brought back at any time during sale and exchanged or money back if not as YO represented Avail yourselves of the unrecorded opportunity Citizens of Ohio and adjacent counties the chance of your lives is here for you to clothe shoe avid furnish yourselves with a complete outfit at such ridiculously low prices that it almost staggers be lief BE ON HAND AT THE OPENINGWEDNESDAY AUGUST 18 AT 9 A MropeningdayWeQnesday A KyStockv A jZ r 4 J + w h AlliY