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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r- Gr i IO tII I1 J 1 iU i IJo Iii Ji kzrtfertci t UqubIicni Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OI ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY r Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1909No 5 r DIVISON BOARDS TO MEET For the Purpose of Electin County BOard Members Several Young People have Al ready Signified Their Intention of Entering High Schools By SUpt DeWeese I will meet the Educational Division Boards of the several divisions nt the following times and place for the purpose ot organizing the boards an electing members of the County Boar ot Educntlop VlzEdcational Dl trAugGat McHenry Tuesday Aug 2tth Educational DIvision No4 at Horse Branch Wednesday Aug 25th Educational DIvision No 3 at Fordsvllle Thursday Aug 20th Educational Division No2 at Dundee Friday Aug 27th Educational Division No I at Deda Saturday Aug 28 The members ot the county Board ot Edu cation are urged to give these meet- Ings the greatest publicity In their divIsIons This office Is not yet corn pletety supplied with the names ot th trustees recently elected and the Superintendent must therefore depend partly on the statement through these columns to notify the trustees of these meetings It Is the duty ot each trustee elect and the hold over trustees to be present at these various meetings The meetings wm be called to order at 10 oclock a m Eq AMH Ross assumed the dude ot trustee In Greenbrier District at the same tIme as the County Sup erintendent and has erved contld uously with him durIng the past eight years He now retires with the Superintendent havIng made an enavla hie record its it school official Few men In the county have served as long ns trustee and none have bee more faithful to the oath of office The following young persons hav Indicated their intention of matriculating In the High School at the beginning of the school year Levi Coleman and Margaret Coleman o ParadiseCecilBeaver Dam R F D No3 Carter Simmons Many other youn men and women have Indicated n desire to enter the High schcol Iti Is especially desirable that the stu dent enter at the beginning ot the first term Every young man and woman In the county who possesses a reasonably good knowledge of the common school branches should at once make preparations to take ad vantage of this high school workIMr H L Taylor dlstri t No 10 DIvision No Ii Is theJ first trustee to completely Oqulppc his school with Incidentals and turq 1 a bill for same to the County Superintendent The following teachers have sent In their first monthly report Ate Eliza Keown Nary E Marks Mattie Tichenor and Iva Cummings As shown by those reports the per centIof attendance based on about 63 and bared on the census Is about 36 The monthly report of the teachers In the subdlstrlcts mastJ be signed by theaUbdIltrlct true tee and then forwarded to the Educational DIvision Chalrnan with the necessary postage for the chairma p to forward It to this office AU reports poet have tile slgneture of the subdlstrlct trustee and the Dl vision ChaIrman Proto G E Bailey Leltchfieldspen a part of the week In the county In the Interest of the hIgh schQpl Mr G W White was absent fro m his school at Gnenbrler with Corn pnpy H nt tine annual encatnpmen at Earllngton Reports from the schools In progre s Intenteweeks has lowered sotnewlnat the at ten mce Attention Is pgnln called to the fad I that every tJncherisrequetted to report to the subdlstrlctlrustee tho names of tlte children between the ages of seven and fourteen who are not attending school It is then the duty of the trustee to Investigate r- a the causes of their absence and should the cause assigned not be lawful It le then the duty ot the trusts to report the names of the parents to the County Attorney Mr Marvin Black principal ot the Pleasant Ridge school Is attending OwensborogFor the benefit of the districts where no election was held for trustee the following pnragraplph of the new school law Is published Vlz Any vacancy that may exist In the trusteeship of any school subdistrict shall be filled by appointment by the dlvsllon of the educational divis Ion ot which said subdistrict Is a part and to them petltln may be made py the voters of the subdistrict ITho now School building and lodg Taylor brines has just been thdt The Superintendent cannot appoint ustees All v anoles must be till by the divIsion hoard The term of the one ear trus t MeeorganizedClaims for taking the census cannot be used tar the payment of taxes They will be allowed at the next meeting otthe FIscal Court The Superintendent will put all at these claims before the court Nifurther Inquiry need be made the money Is available WANT PAPER PLANT FOR EQUITY SOCIETY 1 Indiana Men Want to Purchase Printing Concern for Official Paper Indianapolis Ind Aug liPlnns for the purchase ot the plant ot th Greenwood Printing Company lit Greenwcod Ind and Its converslot EquitnJournal were taken up by the Na 4lfonal Board of the American Society ot Equity In session hero tu day The Journal official organ or the nfnow e entered at the Greenwood PostoWce The editorial headquarters will not be citye Board wl11 go to Ijou9lpg GreeuKyto morrow to begin consideration or n Ilrollositioll from the Burley Tobacco aclely ru- gardlng punting difficulties In Kentucky t- Tle officers of the Society of EquUy BUrJeYjTobacco had been conducted Jointly by tho Burley Society and the Society ot Equity yena boar that It would pay 6000 each to the Natloual and State Societies of ulty noat started This was not favored by the board lwhichto discuss the situation It wits finally decided by the board to visit Bowling Green and got a Getter knowledge ot the conditions be tore taking action PhillipsPayne Mrr Otha Payne and Miss Annle Phillips of AetnnvJlId Ky lIurprlsed their friends by eloping to Owens bore Wednesday August 11 and being marrIed 6y Judge W E Rodman Mr Walter Hut an Uncle of the bride and Miss Sarah Payne n sister of the groom setam panted them The Grillo Is a dough ter of Mr William Phllllps n tar mar ot Aotnav111e The groom Is a young farmer ot that place They manYltrlendsI JINGO Aug lBRev J R Lewis filled his appointment hero Saturday even ins and Sunday bliss Muggl Ilpach and Mr Georgo Henry Ranch ot near 1Iaganwhqr have been visitingrelaltvcs liege the past weeks returned home Sunday Little Ruth Val ce Is quite sick at this wrltlngl NERD SNOT FROM BODY Muhlenburg County Woman Killed by Unknown Party She and Husband Had Separated And it is Said He Had Threatened Her Life Central City Aug 11Mrs Victoria Moore wife of A L Moore nearePleasant Hill church lIuhlepbe1g county about 10 miles distant from hors on the night ot August 12 She had not been living with her husband It la said and on the night ot the 12th started from her home to spend the night with her neighbors waytsome one evidently accosted her all there were evidences of a struggle her teeth and combs being scattered about the grounds and she had been robbed of a small amount ot money Early on the morning of the 13th these articles were round In the road and searchers soon found last body n the woods were It hud been dragged a hall mile lIer head was ell tlrely shot ore with a shotgun and the hugs had commenced to devour the body At the cornerS Inquest hen only child Adam Uzzle testified that ho lethreaten intheMrs Moore was originally VictorIa Dunlap daughter of Morton Dunlap a- promlnent farmer of the Pleasant Hill neighborhood When Quite young sheI married Adam Uzzle and after s death married n Mr Stewart who nl so died She had nut been mottle andeIt to said that he Is not socially be equalthThe verdict of the coroners jury hi that she came to her death from a shotgun wound lntlcted by a party unknownbFeeling Is running high In th neighborhood and n warrant of arrest has been Issued for the husband A 1 Moore who has disappeared Is supposed to have gone over anlll Hopkins county In the event located he will he taken to n placl- ot safety until feeling dips down liS at the present time It would not beE sate to bring him Into the county Moore was about 60 yenta old rather good looking and was well liked b all In the community where she had I spent her entire lire The remain were Interred at the Pleasant HIli church on Friday A Former Townsmans Venture z O Klug who Is more tamlllarly known to our older set as Zlbe has opened up an auction house In Central City and conducts auction sales of merchandise every SaturdaY at that lively little city across the river He- hi now selling a large lot ot cloth ug and proposes to sell anything frost n mouse trap to a town site See his card In another column Death of Little Boy at Olaton With the shades or a height aumme day ended the lire ot a dear little boy GIrrgla Jesse Payton the 1 months old son of John and MargaI rot Clara Haskell Payton at home of Jesse Payton near here on Thursday evening August 12 at 555 oclockMr Payton has been lu the Army shout 12 years and since ho left her marrIed Miss Haskell ot Choyoune Wyo and he with his wife and three children Georgie Jesse Egbcrt and Ettah lIodessle were spending soy- lernl weeks with Mr Paytous parent EmembranousMr Payton was called to iris work at Camp Robinson Sparta Wig Sev real weeks ago and tailed to nltteut the burial having received the mss sage tea late to make Arrangement s t arrive before the burial which lC tarred of the Pilyton Cemetery nee r AcOrndycliureb nt 12 oclock p m Saturday Tho lIttle girl Ettah Modessle aged 4 years Is also dangerously ill of I c = croup and It is feared cannot live but a short while LATER Word just received bears the sad news orthe deathof Ettah Modeasle Payton witch occurred Monday night August 10th Truly Mrs Payton has thl sympathy of all who learn or the trouble she now has to bear In the loss of her two dear children Death of Mrs Willson at Olatoo Mrs M Wilson wife of Willis wft son died at her home near Olsten- ednesdayW August 11 lOl after lingering illness or consumption l1Wilson was a daughter or Ir bills Qller of Spring Lick and she has ono brother Baut Oiler uf Spring Lick Ike Oller of Lettchleld and one sls ter bits Abe Duncan Horse Branch Mrs Wilson was about 36 years or age sand leaves a little girl Elaine besides boo smaller child The bu real was at the Oller Cemetery near ThursdayMrs trlend s throughout this section who wUfbe sad to learn or her death We extend our deepest sympathy to the husband sadlymissI P TOBACCO MEN GATNER AT BOWLING GREE To Thash out Differences Society of Equity and Other Organizations Bawling Green K Aug ISDe gates are arriving by every train attend the monster tobacco meet g scheduled here for tomorrow T orlglnalyly announced purpasp u- rcyiving the organization of the con solldnted tobacco growers has beet t slghtcf and It Is now apparent a meeting to adjust or tight out the differences between the American Society or Eulty and the various sub aldtnry tobacco organizations princlp SocietyrC O Drayton national president of e Society u Ful1y la on bun d und talks freely He says that the or- ganlzntlon of the Society of Eqult + mus he preserved and that all tranches must work In harmony with h The Hon e F Crecelius Film anti who comes In the interest of the Burley Society says that he Go cornI+ hag In Lexington and that all of the friction may be rubbed out It Is ox peeled that by morning there will bl 300 tobacco growers here FOR THE BUSY READER The Ullnols Central Railroad Corn pony will rebuild Its station at Louts villa ut n cost of iOOOOO The en trance wilt be at Seventh and Mali 1streets the company having purchase property for this purpose A report that E H Harriman lias controllingIinterest Lines which Will glue him control of n through route front the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans has been circulated Such n route has been the dream of railroad men for years Southrare most tense In many years The ther 0mameter reachEd 110 degrees In Mus- kogee Okla the first ot the week and hi several other clues the mercury passed the century mark Man persons ware prostrated and the crop me being severely Injured GREEN BRIER Aug 17Mr and Mrs Ellis Chair man visited their sister Mrs Eliza Beth Williams ot Beaver Dam Wed nesday Mr Lee Wilson mid sister MIss dithn visited theft Hoot Mrs Jas or Goshen Saturday arid Sun dny Mr Vince Wilson and son Patton or Taylor Mines visited friends In this uclghUoncaod this week Mr ElIjah Wilson visited his roth er Mr Roscoe 1Y11son of Simmons Saturday night and Sunday Mr Js McConnell rend family ot- 1IcHenry visited his parents Mr and Mrs A F McOounel Saturday and I Sunday I n c u VVV IWNITESViLLE BOY SHOT TO DEATH While Trying to Protect Bank in Oklahoma Son of Dr T J Wedding Whites Mothersare Prostrated A telegram was received at Whites vI lie Tuesday afternoon hr Dr T J Wedding telling of the death ot his sou Palmer at Kiefer Okla He b1hankday morning City Marshal Inter was also killed by a bullet tired bV therobbers Young Wedding lived about ten hours after being shot Young Wedding was born In Ohio county and rented at WhltesIIIl where he lived until fle years ago moving to Louisville where lie lived for about four and a half year going I from there to Kiefer Okla where he thN bank about six months nt the time Weddingnbank and reported the matter to the town marshal who with Wedding went to Investigate Doth Were flrell upon Time marshal was instantly killed A posse was organized at once and are searching the country to the murderers A I000 reward liar been offered Rttnent and highly respected young mat and his many friends wilt be grieve to learn of his death His father Dr T J Wedding Is now lying atliis home at Whltfsvlllo prostrated all the result of the shock and his mot h e1 Is also lu a serious condition A telegram at 71i oclok Tuesdn morning announced thnt ho had hew shot and taken to a hospital Thl secant menage WitH rlclIcd about 1 oclock It stated that lie was worse The third was rehIved at I nelect sa lug that hl was Itel trod tin last message Ilt 0 ocleck laid of hili death CO H Wins Regiment Trophy Conpan H returned etlnlsllar from n tln days outing It the annual eucampmtnni at Earllngtun The corn pony not out dlstlnsultihed itself In- comtHn hatnlllon amid reglnllntal drill but It out classed alt other companies on the rifle range and won the regimental tllll trophy Tire team who won the trophy for the compan were composed ut Capt J bL De Reese Sergt A J narntt Corp nH Bennett Prl Owen Ambrosl and Prlr W D Gray H compan also won the 2nd batnlllou trophy Corp Glenn and Prly Ambrose spar Ing the honors equally Prl + W D Gray won the company trophy b making the highest individual scorei on the first shoot on the range Six members or the company quail ted its marksmen while many otter showed remarkable shooting ability Ever member of the COmIJntho somewhat fatigued by the strenuous camp life seems delighted with the trip Estimable Woman Gone This commwnit mourned the deaf of nit aged and excellent won1lln n woman who ICYed God and kept his commandments all she knew themI and loved her neighbor as herself bits Fannie Graham wife of Esq John M Graham died uf strangulated hernia at the residence of her daugh ter Mrs Mack Smith at Fordsvfll Thursday night und was hurled In tho FordsvlOl cemtfter Friday aftelI noon utter n largely attended funeral conducted by Rev P E lIerndon In the Baptist church bars Grain was visiting her daughter whon she was stricken with the 111 ness that terminated fatally onlafew days later Drs IIttruhlll and Rogers of Fordsvllle Llghltooted- Cloverport of and lncl1eloe ot lIardlns burg attended the sick aromarr pit d Dr Stirman of OWlnsbnr was called In just before her dentin The deer tend woman Is1lourn ed not alone by Ii devoted husband and dutiful children but by a whole community of friends This death re moed a woman who never whipped a child scolded a husband nor censured a neighbor or a friend Such piety and goodness Is too rare Indeed to pass away unmentioned May her soul ret In peace J H THOM- ASTAFFY Aug 16The crops In our vield- ty are looking nice since the large talus There were several front our neighborhood attended church at Taylor fIeld on last Sunday and reported a good meeting Llste nto the wedding bells for they are rinsing lu our neighborhood Mr Owen Wells our new mall car tier on the route No G Is getting along nicely with his work Mr Well young gentleman for the Iposition and we were proud to have usdAmbrose will leave hotlY for Louisville ou the 23rd lust where ho will spend several days The school at Mt Morlalt which AmIGood prices are expected on tn- bacco for the people In our comm ni- tTaylorTaylor o Nuptial Miss Essie Taylor and Elmer D Talol were married at Rockpor Indiana August 14th Miss Taylor Is n very attractive young lady and Mr Taylor Is a prosperous young theirIELATIVES OF ONE BURY ANOTHER After Interment the Bodies Were Exumed and Removed to Right Place Fordsvllle Ky Aug iSA strange and rather unusual mlxull happened heru itt conuectiou with the luterutont- nt John Allen Smlh IIIIlI Aluuro wUs- whll were the vlcihna of n slIwmlll ex pluslon at Only Tenn last tcek- As the bodies Werr being brought home they were translerretl rum one train to another lit blemphls and the ndertaker fur sane reason took off the lids of the caskets nnd lu ru placing them exchanged them haler telling the young man who was fa charge of time rentalna to have them changed This he forgot to din and the funeral was bald Sunda at Fords vllle with the result that Smiths body xna folluwlll to the grate by Wells trlends and interred In the grave Intended for Well while WelLj body was sorrowfully put away by Sntltlts frlellls Later the young man rememberll what he had been told lu Mel1lphLt about the transfer ot casket lids tad the bodies were disinterred and rt- moed to their rIghtful resting placeJ WYSOX Aug 19Mr Chas Drown Owens bore Is visiting isle brother bfr Wash Drown at present Mrs Della Robertson ot Rockport- Is visiting her mother bits RoM Payton at this writing pitIse Dora Shultz spent Sunday wkh Miss Pearl Davenport Mr John Denton of this place visit ed In Iuhlenlllrg county Ilst Weak Misses Carrie 11111 nnd Pearl Daven port spent Thursday night with bilsses Susan and lart1111 Elliott Miss Rowena Rowe who line been visiting Mr Sep EllloUs for n few weeks returnlll to her hOllle at Cen tertown Saturday Mr lh E Hlll and family of fits place visited Mr John Pirtle near Cromwell Saturday nnll Sunday Several children In this con munlt have tits whooping cough Notice The A S ot E Stock Committee wl1 make another shipment August tbnnd members In good standing that has anything to ship will pisses unfit the committee L B TICHENOR SILAS STEVENS J lI SHULT- Zj Connmite- Y RULES GOVERN IN6 CENSUS I Provisions of Bill for Next I Years Enumeration I Canvassers to Begin Work i u AprilPay tot to Exceed 6 per Day i t Ilore writes the Washington corrM 1 iMMlWt of the DOtItOIa Traa crt px i saria few of the more important pro i vfctMB of tile bill providing for the taktau of the tnhleerh ceoaos next year Jut signed br the President af ter avtos JWtlHi between Senate Did Hope for nearly six months Bnnmerators wilt begin their work on Uw fifteenth of next April In a city having b00e or more pope iQtion under the preceding OMMM the withoIn two weeks Outside the cities of 5000 or mdr p l pniat1on the nMnerator wfll have thirty days in which to do their work Supervisors of whom then shall not lie more than 330 shall be appointed before October 15 or six months be fore the date of beginning the taking of the census- Supervisors are to be appointed by the PrwMtnt nod confirmed by the the President and confirmed by the Senate Willie the law does not say so the Pr ident will accept icQMftMcndatlons from Senatora Dad KefHrgKntaUrea JII M far ns practicable surperv- taon district are to conform to conI Visilonal datrtc b Hack Mperyiftor win divide his dte Olct into raMlrMoas now coat for parpuav of enumeration psrihoseh of Miumeraloa- Heeh Mpwvleor will employ ent- tmerluns L1t r Dwe fps tats v ai 2 silbdlrlsk n Rte pity for a Mperviaar ta i300- aid 1 for each tboucand or fraction of thousand of population enumerated An appropriate allowame for eterk bin will be mode for mtpervtror A anperviaor may employ Interpre tara It he needs thorn i The rate of eomt nMton fixed for OMMDerattOM la ftextMe The baal U tfcto Not Kit than or more than 4 scale for ell Inhabitant namera sad not lew thin e or more than 30 toots for each farm r pori d 10 cent s for each barn or laeloaore contain itlg tlvMtcck not on farms and not i ua than M or mute than W oenta fur each establishment of productive todoatry reposed j The comprrMitfin allowed an enu meratcr bfll under no cun ideralon MceH H a day of lgbl lawn i JTuvUlou 111 nude for the eiaployme of many ipeeial agontn whose work will mrppimevt the work of the enu tnoratora They arts to receive 6 a lajr and trawling exprnM i lay pens p over Ll yeah of age who roftwes to answer any i nestIon Mitxnlttod by the Coverntueul through j the enumerator may bo fluid 100 j Tho some lint U provided for a fnlw miawur All ihu cenaui reports are to be corn plated and printed within a period of thrift yours dating from July 1 109 About aOOO extra clerks who will be Wdoyja In the Vui hliigion office Trinn two to tiircu yours will le ap i IMttttml They will bo subject to such Jtocl1 itlit oxHiiihmtion ax the illatrkt Mjpervtdirfi of till census may prescribe thu examination to hucon luctwJ by ibe United Hlatt Civil service Cuinnilnsiou- rrho cMtnlnallora will be open to all apjilloatls MUlioLt regard to political party ufflllailon and will be at web pJllcH la each State all mQ1 1 0 dwiratcd by flits Civil Service 01Dfatseloa 30 kern n will lw eligible io Rn n- xiara or rppolatmeat 1U111I bur ahe Kl all hewu twni McuiHlly drr- ntcleol in tbs Start or Terrltrry In nrbi b1MDPeminatlcu le held fur at JtMt one year previous to thtr uxam liatloniTiie census will be restrictfd to In quinine relatiaI popnlntloii to eprl iMltnre to maatifueturM and to mines tYd quarries- 7bu eh dule relaiiuK to population nrfn include for ach InibbllMnt too wean relatlonvhip to had of family ruler IfOX age conjugal onndltbni jihwe ff birth pine flf birth of jiarcmt luutibrr of yera in the United States eltronriilp oediiwiion whether ornot tiniployer or omplnye and If employe whother or not employed at till date of- O11uJntratloll and the number of month viHniploycd during the procedlng oal l engageillIny a Bjirvlvbrofthu Union or tcatmt Ind the name and address oVoach blind or deaf and dumb per son No record by race will bo s madea palpable defect The enumeration of Institutions will include paupers prisoners Juvenil delfnqHentiP incase feebleminded blind deaf3and dam and Inmates of benevpientinrtltutlgns Regarding the 3 000 men and wo men to be employed temporarily i II Washington they may come from anywhere but probably the States whose quotas are not exceeded will be gives first choice Massachusetts Is entit variousndepartments and she now ant the roll The following table shows a general excess of repreienuUon among the Eastern or adjacent as compared with Western or re more States Appolnt meats Quota Maine is C3 New Hampshire il 41 Vermont 55 3- UaeeachMiettt 4H 2S1 Rhode Island e 3 43- Cnanecdeat 15 lil New York SS n7- j Psansylvanla sc CCO Virginia m 183 Maryland 412 119 California 135 149 Alabama 116 1S3 Wisconsin 100 207 Texas 2S4 203 Director Darand has takon office will the sincere Intention of plckiiig out only the best men in the country to act as Mpervior He hos picked a lawyer for New York although has not yet announced and hopes he will suit the New York delegation H be doe pot probably the name will be witbdraMn but it Is wonhy of note that Director burand has fir selected his own man and tajcn h a chance with the tatetn n Tie d rector wants also to make genre us use of college students and other of high or apecinl training Twu law yet have been teleeted an sates son for Maine Elmer P Spclf r1of Deer Salo and M X Drew of Portland The Seaators have approved them The population ceases will i effective in failing again to cls r by race Inroad of place of birth it will not for example show wtIrp- esrou born in Germany are f j mane or Hebrews The director is tat fault for this loose cli sflca fi which Is retained chiefly through H brew influence playing upon C jigr Notice Parties tflWng sufficient quantities of lee to entitle them to have san placed in the refrigerator must U they desire it placed there keep her Ice chamber free from dishes irtt plates etc HARTFORD KK CO- n Ordinance- The City Council of the ey d Hartford do ordain as follows Section 1 It shall be unlawful Ijr anyone other than tiasengeiB or cm ployee to attempt to board or gtol- Oft or into a moving ear or train of care or locomotive or engine while In motion within the corpora limits of the city of Hartford Ken Lucky Section 2 Anyone violating sec lion 1 of this ordinance shall upon conviction thcrect be fined not len than 50O nor more than 1000 and theoollilction of the fine may be on forced by capias Section 2 This ordinance shall be in effect from and after its pub lication JAMES H W1MIA7IS Mayor GEO LEWIS Clerk Attest Approved Aug 1th 19- 09MENDEN H ALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed In Loving Rememberance Of Goo W Barnard who was called from thin life May 2i iflOD ago i years 9 months and 18 days Early in life he professed faith In Christ and united to he M K church South ill which bUd he continued stead fat uralll death He was for many yuers a devoted reader of the Chris Ian Advocate and Central Cliy Moho dr Fur many years to cume h8 friends who lie numbor by hU ac iiualntaiiop will maintain plea ast meimirie and love ttr him This u wife he wu a devoted and lov ing oonipaulon to his children an Idea father and his grand children the pleasure of their lives Hu sleeps to wake no more on this earth fcr Ocd has relieved him of the care of It and given him blessed rest which will end only in hoar en when he will be awaken to receive his reward A GRANDCHILD Secure an Educateon The State Normal School at Bowl log Greofers an oxcellout op to young people desiring an education The Fall Session opens September 1509 Write for Infer mation 412 r 1 u J 0Urlxp t- u r ss aidLinej OR I I Federal Quarantine Because of Sheep Scab in Kentucky The official ruling of the Depart ment cf Agriculture on sheep affect Ied with scabies whreby Kentucky is quarantined against the world has been Issued The official order is signed by Wilson Secretary of Agriculture nrd was effective August 1C The regulations of act under which Kentucky Is quarantined Is quoted In cgnntiction with the order and are as follows Front the Bureau of Animal Indus try United States Department of Agriculture Washington D C The dltfouso of sheep known as scab cr scabies has become so prevalent Kentucky that the Secretary of nI rlculture has considered it necessary 6to declare n quamntlro This action tonnes after a thorough examination into conditions The fact that the d by panmltts know as scab mitts makes iiectsariry a treasure of protection sutficitnt to prevent Its spread ato Qther Status infection U known to exist to a blight extent In two adjoining Staten but conditions are not serious enough to require Federal quarantine The order for tho quarantine whjch became offectlvp August 1C provides that sheep stall he moved IntftrSUite from Kentucky only under the follow ing conditions Sheep that me diseased with scabies and that have been dpped once In an approved dip under the sea= pervlilcn cf an Inspector ul the Bur retu of Animal Industry within ten- days before shipment may be shipped InterState to a recognized if ffi I lorstatc for stocking or feeding per I poses they shall bo dipped twice with an Interval of ten days Other sheep may be moved interstate for feeding wa juJ v WE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FULL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED GASPSr On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and he prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLE KENTUCKY BOURBON- In Jugs Only eo 200 Jer Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs Only 225 4QU 8Qtl JJQU CANADIAN WHITE 675 1000 RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KEN TUCKY BOURBON 450 850 1200 APPLE BRANDY CLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY eo 7 eo 300 575 850 PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY eo eo eo eo 300 575 850 BRANDY CALIFORNIA 300 576 850 BRANDYIMPORTED 400 750 1100 LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 850 FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID KOI 12 Ot Bottles Bottles TENNESSEE WHISKEY Unlabeled 100 pints 2200 1000 NELSON COUNTY KENTUCKY WHISKEY Unlabeled 100 pInts 2700 2400 PRIVATE STOCK RYE Labeled 100 pints 8000 2750 SHADY SPRINGS STRAIGHT WHISKEY 100 pint 8350 3000 OLD DOMINION WRITE RYE 100 pInts 3760 3100 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited A 100000with the City National- Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEY or SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as werepresent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS One Oal Two On I Three Oats Old MoHnney Whiskey 200 575 S85O Smoky Mountain Corn Whiskey 280 550 825 Unadulterated Unweakenedas pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats all wo ask Even the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an a article you will value and find many uses for IREMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE REGISTERED LETTERI I GEORGE H GOODMAN1 COMPANYncoj orated 201203205 Lower Secend Street EVANSVILLE INDIANA James the ofdlswse slaughter sluushtcrldiseased 1 GUARANTEE RYE350 APRICOT APRICOT or stocking purposes after one dip ping under Government supervision1 or they may be shipped Interstate un der quarantine restrictions for Immediate slaughter without dipping Inspection and dipping under the regulations will be performed only it points where Federal Inspectors are stationed Louisville Is at present the only place In the State having dipping facilities but If proper yard Ing and dipping facilities should be Installed at other points the Depart ment of Agriculture would consider the advisability of establishing Inspec tion at such places for the conve nlence of shippers For many years theeptcab has been quite prevalent Iff the Vest but as ni result of the combined efforts of Federal mid State authorities much territory has been entirely freed and j the Infection in other sections has I been groatly reduced and it Is hop ed that within a few years more the disease will be entirely stamped out Tills is the first time that the dis ease hns obtained a sufficient foot hold east of the Mississippi River require n Federal quarantine toI Information regarding the tions of the quarantine and details of treatment and handling may be ob I tained free by addressing a request to the Bureau of Animal Industry Washington D C 0 Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal ITARYLIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the holders to teach anywhere in Ken tucky for two years four year and for life respectively without further I examination Information us to the amount of wurk required for each certificate wlllbe n8tdwbeq dQ CherpyPeslldent 5 i or Mass Meeting To be held in the Interest of Anti= Tuberculosis movement Investigation has recently devel oped the fact that there are In the entire State of Kentucky only 82 beds for the special treatment of con sumption There are of course a few city hospitals in the large cities of the State which will receive tu berculosis patients just as those suf fering from other disuuscli are receiv ed but the number of beds provided for the treatment of tuberculosis ac cording to modern methods and for special attention to this disease is altogether Inadaquate for even a sIn- gle scnatorlum for the special treat ment of tuberculosis and there Is onl one other general hospital with spe cial facilities for the reception of con sumptivesThis line attracted a grpat deal of attention throughout the State and has been the cause of a great deal of Interest and work on the part of these interested In the AntlTu borculosls Movement in Kentucky These workers have recently started a movement which promises to have tho greatest influence In every lead Ing town in Kentucky A meeting has been planned to bo hold early In tho fall for a general discussion of or ganization of the entire State Every county is to be representing in this meeting which is expected to cover a period of two days Including a se ties of addresses by specialists nnd experienced workers In tho modern organized movement against consump tion The movement will have as Its chief purpose the organization of a State Association and It ia said that the definite plans of the Committee which have already been determined will be announced within the next two weeks y The Skin in Summer The blazing sun is probably harder 1- Y t c c than the bitter wind of winter on the skin but a tepid or moist summer has an excellent effect The AmericanI climate unlike that of England has an effect of drying tint the skin es 1 j peclally In places away from the coast I The American woman is not fond of openiI many a complexion The question arises ns to what to do to protect the skin One cannot wear a heavy veil that Is absurd Cosmetics may servo on a cold winter afternoon but they are almost unbearable hi summer and oven the powder must be put on carefullyvWhen one goes out Into the open air on hot days or In the blinding glare of the suns rays one should always coat tho face with a little cold create to make a slight protective layer of grease over he cuticle through which the rays will not penetrate And over this should be dusted some violet tat cum or fine rico powder Special care should bo taken later to wash the powder cream anti dust from the face Tepid water should be used with a little almond meal instead of soap Soap is not good to rub on tl10 face in summer unless onois quite it J Is pure Good drinking water is also essential to the purity of the skin Very hot water Is excellent In both t summer rand winter as is orange Juice taken before meals and throughout i the afternoon When the ukln burns land Is harsh It does not need water but should To cleansed with cold cretinI and wiped with a soft cloth then j sponged with a mUd solution of ben zoin and alcohol ja AForThe KM Yra Hall Always Bwtkt pears the- 8lgnatttre of i Ttt T1 1 tf IIFFair PCYCLONE OF FUN Fair tWhere At Hardinsburg KyAug 313 Days Fair tr BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR i Trains each day= = low rates Stop at Fair Grounds All children free first day 14 years and under Lady goes up in balloon each day See the Filipino Troupe of Rat Eaters Premiums open to the world No entry ifee No deductions See the highest diving dog in the world Every day a big day===many Get iyour exhibits ready Come and join us Meet your friends Races each day Many AthletIc Contests Big premiums Liberal purses Great shows FOR CATALOGUE APPLY TO t DAVID R MURRAY Sec Earth t urg Ky JfJt Jf J1Ca HISTORY OF THE- CATTLE TICK Pest Practically Unknown L JAnThis Country How it is Profigted and the Various Phases of its Development An Intimate knowledge of the lICe history of the cattle tick is necessar to those who have the pest to cou tend within order that they may wags jtheir battle more intelligently ant at the same time secure better and greater results A knowledge ot tit manner In which the tick propagate can not fall to be ot value In the 4war ot externtinadon now being car Fled on agnlnat it In the South Only a part of the developmental tile tick takes place vi the host anima white the remainder occurs In the pal ture The tcmale tick which Is at tacked to the skin ot tile host In creases enormously In size AS a re unit ot drawing liberal quantities uf blood and when fully engorgal drops to the ground where she at once be gins to search for a sultahle hiding place that will serve as a protection from the sun and enemlea The temal ticks may be devoured Jy birds des troyed Jy aunts or may perish AS tit result ot unfavorable condltlonB1UIch- us for example low temperature lack ot moisture etc so that many ntal be destroyed without having laid 9ql JegssEgg laying begins during the sprlni summer and tall months In two or twenty days nod during the winter months In thirteen tv ninetyelghl days The eggs are small elliptical shape bodies ot it light amber color that later changes to dark brown onetlftleth ot an Inch In length coat ed with a stickY secretion that causes them to adhere In clusters and keeps them tram drying out During ego A laying the tick gradually shrluks to about onethird or onetourth her former size The egg laying period continues for from tour days In the summer to 11 days beginning In the tall and during this period from several hundred to 6000 eggs may be deposit ed Tire mother tick then dies with inafewdays In from nineteen days In sum mer to 1 8 days In tall or winter at ter the eggs have beeR deposited they lIesJn to hatch From each one Is sue a smalh oval sixlegged seed tlclr at fIrst amber colored later changing to a rich brown After 1 it9suallydayg then It dplays great Activity especially It the weather Is warm And itscepds the nearest bit ot vegetation such psgram herbs or shrubs attticks or larvae will ascend nearbY grass stems and collect on the blades This accounts for the brown masses of larvae observed clingIng to ye- etatiou In pastures or on fence posts gels upward instinct ot the ticks In cretaes their changes of reaFhhga Boat for when mho vegetation 1s die Curbed theyy becpne ver acttve ex tending elr long legs violently up card iii ppJttlJ11pt to seize hold of Jr 7 a host During Its life to the pasture tit seed tick takes no food and hens does not Increase In size mid unles It reaches a host It dies ot starvation This fact Is significant and Is taker advantage ot In the work of exanti- nating the ticks Their endutauct however Is very great and under certain conditions they have been fount to live without nourishment pearl3 eight months during the colder lar- of the year The length of the period from tit time females droll until all the seed ticks hatching front the eggs lalll bb then are dead or In other words the tIme required for pastures to become free of ticks after sill cattle horse and mules have been rexcinded vales Twlth the season or the year beingI shortest during the warm part yearand longest during the cold partI ot the year For Cmmple all the seed tick resulting from females drop ped June 16 will lJC stead hy Novem her 1 a period of four and onehal months but some of those resulting from females dropped pptember 1 ma urvlve until the following July u period ot ten months Another phase of tJcveloopment be gins when the tick menthes a tavora- ble host such as a cow It usually attaches Itself to the skin of the eS cutchepn the Inside ot the thigh and Unnks or to the dewlap It at once begins to draw Wlood and In sreaee In size In a few days It changes front brown to white In from five to twelve slays It sheds its ekht the new form haring eight Instead of six legs and being known us n punch In anothor fIve to elev en SSarter time first molt time nymp sheds Its skin It becomes sexualll nurture and It Is at this stage that moles and females are conspicuous for the first time The mule emer ges as a brown oval tick about one tenth or all Inch In length Ifavinp reached the full measure of ills growti he dslplays grener activity In inbvhmE about an the host The lemal Is slightly larger but shows snuck lest aetivlly seldom moving faT from ht point ot attachment prevlous to molt Ing After mating she increases rap- Idly In size and In twentonc days In cold weather after nttacl11ng us- a seed tick she jecomes fully engorged Ind drops to time ground to repast the cycle of ilevelopmeutt Publications containing full Inror- matlol about ticks and giving cUnc- ctlons for getting rId ot them may be obtained tree tOn application to the Duran of Animal Industry Department or Agriculture Washington D C U- Children Cry FOR FLETC- IIERSCASTORIA 1000 Watches Free The Weekly Commercial gIves a small regular lZslze thin model nickel finish watch for a club of on 1 twenty three months neW trlalilubIicripUons at 10 cents each amount collected to be the 20 names Each trial sUbscription nest the new pot now tAlking the Weekly and only one to a family Tbe watch Is tully guaranteed nice enough for any one to wear a good tlmokeeperaJ1d canpot be purchased from any jewelry for less thnn two dollars Drop us a postal card for tampto copies and blanks THIS COllJJEnOIJ1 APPEAL MemphibiTenp- i ALL RECHROS BROKEN I BY HARVEST FOR 1 909 Three Bumqer Crop Gather at Once Government RepotI Reveals ION It1In than ever before grew to maturtly In a single year In tJw United States already has been carve ted or Is rapidly appronchIn 111aturJty according to the government official crop rcpart for August just issued- Never but once has tlllle been mar wheat never before has there heel sa much corn or so much oats And never before have thru bumper crOJIS conic together In the same year Never In history has such a hug task confronted the ralronds ut 1114 moving of this stupendoun lutrvest to market and never have the railroad been re prepared for their war Along the lines of the principal roads In the great grain producing state stand mlles nUll miles ot emit ty box cars ready for the land lag wIllie thousands ot lngllle DNV or overhauled during the period of depression just drawing to a elost stand with steam tip ready to rust them to Chicago l1nJ1enpJlIs another ttrmlnl titles where the almost empty elevators yawn for t111 golden grain and boats and cars Dr ready to entry the surplus to other and less favored nations which must lout to bountiful American for a large portion of their food supply FIGURES GIVEN ON CROPS The y4nrrecord cropw of grain at shown in the government report ar as follows Indlcatfll Yield Previous Record Wheat 72433000 i4SCOOOO Corn 9431G2000 2l2419000 Oats 99S6JS000 S97S13Osk To add joy to the farmers price are high and bid fair to remain roo Usually the fnrmer gets high prlct only In year or scarcity while Jr ninny instances prices In Jounteous years have btoU1 so very low illS to make It unprofitable to market tit crops On nut n few occasions In the lass twenty years have wheat lnd corn been used tor fuel Last year- was lean year buUnsplte ot this wheat price are now above last years level while corn and oats values are high enough to make thtIr marketing pro fltabe Prices of grain for Septentitei delivery this year compared with lat year are as fellows Wheat 93 129 78 Corn 77 38 64 18 puts A8 38 3G fr8 ERA OF PROSPERITY SURE These figures show that the farmer xiil have an enormous amount ot money to spend thIs Inter Ills prosperhy will be reflect tt Jn manu racturlJg llnh because the palllos utomol1Jes apd other luxuries The ral1road will receive a double profit because they wily not only Jlavc- to move tile crops to market but the said pianos and automobiles tram the titles to the farmers Consequently the great crop outlook makes It appear that the country Is In far an ra ot prosperity such as It never saw before The goverptnent figures especIally on winter wheat WEre surprise even to the mos optimistic Trashing returns hdlcka an average yield for the country o e 3 busbelsto theacr- or a totals 2000000 l e1fhHeJ- lp a 1 pso onp OOOomO was looked fur Last years yield or WlllltI wheat was tu7000000 IIIIShtlI It Iii Iin time wheat states ot time Northwest however that prosperity is moss bouudful Already III South Dakota and tllJ1Itlwrn Minnesota the reaper Ire cutting UIII hlnditmg till greatest wheat crop in the history of the North west ht IIIlOthel week the hnvestlng machines will loe heard lit North Da kota while from all three states cOmmit cries for thousands of men hlIII goth er the papoose crop In a very short time tJlOlIluuds ot freight cars loaded to time top will he pouring into lIn- lIealol11 and nullit h and the predlc- tiuns of scarcity made early in tlll spring will tun thtugs of the past n The Secret of Long LIfe A French scientist has dlscoveret one secret of long life Ills method deals with the blood hut long ajO millions of Americans hail proved Elec trio lttera prolongs life ulIII makes It worth living It ptmniflesennlclies nUll vitalizes the blood rebuilds waster I peeves lifo and tone to then entire syRtem Its Do godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for montllli writes W 11 Sherman ot Cushing Ml but Electric hitters cured me entirely Only GOe at all druggists nt Notice In Bankruqtcy- In the dlstrlct connrt ot tIll United States fur the WCcIlern District or Kentucky Owensboro Division lu tile nuttier of Robert A Owen bankrupt On this 4U1 day of August A D- lJOt on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt fur dlsoharge tiled on the 2n1 day of August A JJOJ It Is ordered by the court that a hearing lie had upon the sumac ou time 11th d n of September A U- HI09 hetom said court ut oelllIUI Court hull ut Louisville Ky III soil district at 10 odock in tIle fort noun or as near thereto as prtctietl- ile mill that notice thereof bl publlslm- ed one time m llaltlorl3 Republican a newspaper prhmted n smid dsmicl and that nIl known creditors and atlt- er presotis In IJ1tertJt may uppenr It said time and pluce mill show cause It any they lImp why the envoi of said petitioner sltculd nut hits granted Wtness the Hormurahlc Walter Ev arts Judge ot said court mill the seal thereof at Owensboro Kentucky in said district on the 4th day of August- A D 1909- SEAL A O RANOLD Clerk ti E DUNK Deputy Clerk MENDENHALL5 CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed p Soltllnr Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A State a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I constracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed a tough that stuck to me In spite or I nil remedies for years My weight ran I town to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely now weigh 178 pounds For sever cOldS Obstinate Coughs hemorrhages Asthma And to prevent Pneumonia I Its unrlvnlcd SOc and 100 Trial wale tree Guaranteed by nil drugI gists m s a TWg 9d attractions The Kind You have Aha s Bought anti which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the stmmaturo or and has been made umler his per Y sonal supervision since Us lnitacy Allow no one todeceheyottlnthtc- All Counterfeits Imitations and Justatgood are hut xpcrhnellts that trine with mill endnmter the health o Infants and ChllllrellExlCrlellcc against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substtuto for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops mill Soothing Syrupy It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium lUorJlhine nor other Xarotlc substance Its ago is Its guarantee It 1citroys Vonm amid allays Fcvcrislutess It cures Diarrhea turd Whim conc It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nod Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stontttelt and Dowel glving healthy and natural sleep The CltUlrcnt PanaceaTutu JIOUIC1S Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC UNtAU COY aN7 n uu ttatC7 Ocw tCM em GET OUR PRICES I o- ilarre and Quincy GranitesI Italian and Vermont AND STATUARY WORK p m d I I TOE THOMAS MONUMENTAL C1Ci Jv SYOR- KSIi81t I IItAVJ1 f fIiIN8 MI 70 Years with Coughs We have had nearly seventy years of experience with Ayers Cherry Pectoral That makes us have great confidence in it for coughs colds bronchitis weak throats and weak lungs Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it He knows He can advise you wisely Keep in close touch with your family physician No alcohol in this cough medicine JCAyerCoLouJellMCl Be well be strong You cannot if your bowels ate constipated The but laxative k- AyersP015 aU vegetable Ask your doctor if he agrees with us Do ache says N1 1IHartford Republicanc EIIMn4 ucordleg to law at the Fototn- BarHord Ky uman mttr of taeadew C M BARNETT EDITOR z cszpxossu- mbs3ft 40 1Roue lUTftI aa FRIDAY AUGUST 20 r REPUBLICAN TICKET PresentaUceW For B S DeAn For Circuit ClerkE0 Barns For County JudgeR n Wedding For CountY ClerkW S Tlnaley For County AttorneyC ESwlth- i Fw SherWT IL Blade For AtnseasorBernard Fells For School SuptHenry Leacb For JaIlerW P Udklft For SurveyorC S Moxley For CoronerDaiq W King FOR IAGISTRATE HartfordDlstrlcD S Chamber a1 2 Beaver Dam Dlsttrlet0 E Scott L Rockport DistrictJohn H Miles 4 Oentertown DIstrlctJ C Jack non 6 Rosine DlstrictI C Cook Sulphur Springs DIst ctJ b- Gaabam 7 Fordsville DistrictC V Mlles Bartlett DistrictNo nominee What hoe become ot Hartfords pew Commercial Club Will 3Ir Aldridge on the winning of the WestIlviii the pot In the moving pictures Jt ashazingat West Point would have to be permanently suppressed some more I The only ortwich we are able to extract from the present wean er conditions is that It might be hot ter The women Spoknne recently held a husband show Is It possible that the pour husbands are getting a show nt last I Messrs Jerome and thaw have held I many long conversations lately They are no doubt trying to discover which one lc crazy With ltgckeeller making butter and Patten cornering bread we may I be compelled to apollglze to the Beet r1V t sl1J yrg tor a bone iburnedrequests which he has made ot his country Ws one should be easy to I great I+ The recent special session of Congress demonstrated soma strange things In politics For Instance that protectlOnlSfSIand I The King of Spain succeeded Inputting down an Insurrection In one of his provinces recently but the scare which lit received at the time will obviate the necessity of his train Ing his hair pompadour for some months t Every few months trovtahhr Willson bas to go through the ordeal of denying tht ht Is going to quit the gUbornnlorlal chair A few days ago lie became more emphatic and declar ed that there was no other job whIch lie would accept Last year the State of Npbrllska registered her vole for Mr Bryan as Ii matter of state pride although she Well knew that his vagaries would not do for the presidential office Now Ofr Bryan proposes to repay big state fur the great sacrlflce9he tirade In supporting him by removing his residence to Texas Looks like lr Bryan Is going to make sure that he will carry hilt home state the next time The harmony which prev dls among all classes pf Republicans Ip Ohio County and the united support glv- 4n our county ticket Is very disappointing to the tlartford herald which soOn after our primary last De cembed banlfested great glee over alIIpUtpolitical foresight whatever places the snaJority at less than 600 for each member ot the ticket I FAIRVIEW Aug 17Last Sunday August 16- waa obeorged as Cradle Roll day at tbiq lace OdIng to this occasion a larger crowd than usual wqs present We werq pleased to have with us again Bro +lntwrenceof Deaver 11 1 who deUYered eof l always ex i celleet r erwons land addressed lathe forof U address to the parent ot the Inrnti whose names ape red on Ike Cradle Roll these niaaaber- ed thlityfour ot which eleven wereI present Bro Lawrence le an abl man and his Ideas and Illustration are well worth lirtenlsg to we hop to have him with us agaIn Inthe near future Several tnm thlscommunlty Mten- ded church at Cane Run Sunday A Protracted meeting will begin at that place next Sunday night Mr Arthur Raley will leave today for Dyersbup Tenn where he contemplates lo5ating Miss Jaule Paught spentr Sunda night with her aunt Mrs Bober- Myers and family Rev T J Acton and daughters Misses Bessie K and Rutiy were the guests ot Mr J G Nilson arid family Ff1day43flsses Maude Hurt and Coieu White attended the party given at Ms John Jamtsons near Cane Run Sat wday night r They report a nice trine 311ss Bessie K Acton visited Mrs C C White Sunday evening 3U e C White Is very busy cut ting tobacco Mr Alex Doswell our school teacher Is erecting a nice residence on hiliI farm in this community The step children and a few other relatives and Intimate friends otlrJasper Peters of near Olaton gave him a nice surprise birthday dinner Sunday In honor of hIs sixtyseven- lb birthday A n Ice crowd was present and the day very pleasantly spent by all Mr Caleb Roswell Of Narrows was present with his graPho phone Those present ot the um mediate family were Mr John Na- bors and family Mr Henry Nabors and family Mr Allison Nabors Mr Martin Nabors wife and daughter 3llss- 3laymee Mr James Duke and family Mr 12 D Wilson and wife Mr Ed sonIew lot Narrows Mr Doc Nabors of I Dundee Mr Henry Owens and wife and Mr Elijah Daniel Olaton Miss- Nancy Owens Salem May he Ue to enjoy many more happy birthdays IS the wish of the writer jHERBERT here next Monday to lie taught by Miss Mary Lambert of Grayson county I Mr Jim Chambers Is building an addition to his house Mr Jno Purcell of WhltlsllIe has the contract Mr Forest Chambers Hickman Ky who has been visiting here the past i week has gone to florlll Miss BIrdie Ilarpett of Deanfllld I Is visiting her sister Miss Mattie Barnett Miss Mary Dell Pence ot Lexington and Mr Miller Holland of Whltesllle visited Miss Mabel 31f11er last week Mr A C Yelser or Hartford was here this week on business Mr Vlrgll Miller went to Beaver Dam and Hartford Monday Mr and Mfrs C W Phillips and SOD I lllIerlIlSunday who has been with her aunt MrsI Grant lIdkur returned home Saturday 3Ir anAMfrs hum Wells and daughter Whltesvllle visltrd lit lien ry Mllllgans Sunday Mr and Mrs Obe Burdett gave a delightful lawn party Saturday night The fine music was enjoyed by aU A large crowd was In attendance Mr Frank Bruner went to Pates vUle Sunday Miss Mabel Miller and Mr Forest Chambers visited nt V DL Rear WhitlBvllle Friday HollandsI IIr Thuran and family town ire the guest of Mr J D chambers Md family Mrs Soloman Obenchain ot Pellvllle who has been the guest of her daugh ter Mrs 0 T Burdett returned home SaturdayMr Mrs R M Miller spent Ilp riday wlth Mr and Mrs lgna- ipa JIigdon of St Lawrence Mins Lillian Winkler ot Synthla Is visltlpg Mrs Sallie Floyd The Hardinsburg Fair IThe great free act Is only equal ed by our Lady Balloonist The big Roman Hippodrome race standing on untrained horses by Prof C C Clarkat full Speed once around tlillracettB k each day otour Fair Commencing Aug 311t A DareDevil slide for life from the top or the Grand Stand by a Ladyy on- t slender wirethe most sensational Free act ever given on a Fair Ground each day lit Jlardlnglllllrg Fair A Lady will give a big hair raisIng reformabce and Ipap for Ute on dlghI- Twinging ladder in mldalr each day of Hl1rdlnsburgFalr YOj1cant dford to Miss the many features ottths pair See your railroad agent for full In- ormation nsto traIns lbw rates 7+ 18XVE CENTIALGIOVE- Aug H Maddox Livermore 1 idled ht regular appelatsee9at here Saturday and Sunday lIe vial ed at L F Faughts Saturday night- Mr and Misr Maiden Benton Cea tertown were the guesta ot Mr atu N Rowecently 1rsJ Dona Cooper spent part ot las with lter stater Mrs Dr J B- tzhugh Island Mies Gola Cecil East Hartford visited Misses Sadie and Amerh Hocker Sunday atternoonAMrs George Brunton Wllllams Mines and Mr T 3L Iler Centertowt spent Sunday at Mr D 3L Parks Us80wenl ot McLean count Is vIsiting her sister 3lraSa11Je1le Korean I Miss Myrl Oglesby of Cromwell lathe guestof her coWlID Mlle ImCurtis MIss Myrtle Park delightfully enter tamed Saturday night in honor f her cousin Mr Herschel Penrod ot Nashville Tennessee Among thosc present were Misses Maymee Rowe Opal Bennett Centertown Fern Cur tis Myrl Oglesby Leeand Ruth Tlch enor 3laymee Hogker Livia McKer nan Louva Miller Jiessrs Elbert Good all Robert Swain RufuaRoss Cen tertown Ellis Brown Jame Goff Hayden Curtis Kirby and Plrtle Park Herschel Petlrod Miss Nellie McKernan Is visiting relatives In McLean county Miss Lottle KuykendnllCentertown was the guest of her cbueins Misses Lee and Ruth TJcbenor Saturday The Inrlnt ot Mr Dan Cox died at SImmons and was burled here Frl dayIlIss Belle Derryman who Is teaching at Goshen visited her parents and Mrs B P Berryman Saturday and Sunday Mr Luther Muller was baptized Sunday afternoon by Rev E H Maddox Mr H B Faught and family visited lit Williams lInes from Friday until Sundtay- Mr and Mrs D M Park Miss Myrtle Park and their guests Mrs I Elizabeth Penrod and Mr lIarschel Penrod visited the family ot Dr G IJesdayI will leave today for their home In Nashville Mr and Mrs Alney Tlcblleor Mr rid Mrs W J Igleheart attended the Ohio countwyaret hem an Int ehmlu Ohio county Baptist assocIation at bit Carmel last week 31rs John Stevens of Waltons Creek neighborhood Is vIsiting her rather 3Ir Robert Loney who Is not expected to live but a few days Aunt Mary Shoulders is quite ill at this writing- Mr and Mrs Melvin Shoulders lire the proud parents of a 9 pound girl Mabel Misses Isabel and Glenn Owen Fair of Render Mrs Alice Newland and bliss Annie Newland Williams Mines were the guests of Mrs M F Faught Tuesday afternoon AETNAVILLE Aug 17 Miss Mae Dnseheart of McHenry Is the guest of her uncle Mr Robert Duncan and family Mr R S Morgan ot Owensboro who has been the guest of his nephew Mr E H Morgan since Saturday returned home today Mr Reto Haynes and sister Miss Amby Misses Clara and Ruth Loyd of this place attended the lawn party at Mr Obe Durdettes Herbert Saturday night and were the guests ot Irs Lon May and family Mr William Tanner of Deanfleld was the guest of Mrs E H Morgan Friday Mrs William Lyons of Reynolds lister Mr Cleave Loyd and family Sunday Miss Lois Harrison and Mr and Mrs Corbie HarrlllOn attended church ut HaynesvUle Sunday Mr Burr Black of Reynolds and blr W H Haynes ot thlll place have one to Atlantic CIy for several days Defore returning home they will visit New York Philadelphia and Niagara Falls Mr Andrew Duncan went to OW msboro Sunday Mr Otha Payne and MIss Annlt PhiI lips ot thid place eloped to Owens = boro Wednesday and were marrIed Mr U D Morgan or Ralph was the guest ot his son Mr E HMor ran Tuesday patesvllle Nos I and 2 ttama of base ball played ball et this tilaoe Saturday with Aetnavllo11oa 3 aril 2 Aetnaville were winners of the gamest CERAlV8 AUg lSThe fourth and lli8t quarterly meeting for thIs circuit convened here Saturday and Sundaylth Rev R F Hayes presiding The publlc school here opened Monday with Mr W S Hlll teacher pendlng3ennleEerly Mrs C R Morris visited relatives at Point Pleasant Saturday and Sunday Dlri Jennie Everly ilon the blck of 1 1 11 h 8ofkfekfeelfeelfeel+ XkfeSkriS t fxY To Every p Ladyiith I 0 I i list Miss Jessie Culverson Rockport spent several days here last week Rev G B Overton Central City preached an able sermon here last Sunday I Notice Hartford local A S of E will meet at Dennetts school house Saturday ngiht Aug 21st at 730 oclock Every member Is urged to attend and bring new members or persons desiring to Join F W PIRTLE President Ohio County High SchoolII A noted AmetIcan educator recent ly said The people of this country will have just as good schools as they demand and just as poor schools us they will put up with The peo ple ot Kentuckyy have realized this fact and as a result are demanding better schools and more efficient teachers A great educational wave has swept over the state und has left In Its wake not only a burning desire but a firm determination to have better schools Think of the great State or Kentucky once standing tortysecoud In point ot education among her sister Stalest Is it any wonder that a whirlwind campaign for better schools Is sweeping over every section of the State I When the Ieglslnture wade the pro vision In Its statute books whereby county high schools could be estab ltehed In every county a great step toward advancement was made This year we present to the people ot Ohio county a flrstcluss high school equal to the best high schoolln towns of the same population of any other Stale In the Union We offer you a course that any university will accept without question and one that will- train any boy or girl for thy activo nttahs of Ute When school opens oil August 30th a new era will be marked lathe history otOlrfo countys educuUon lour boy or girl cannot afford to neglect thin splendid orpor tunltyand upon the parents SbouJd ers rest the educational reapoasibili ties Let every boy and girl of high school age enter at the earliest pollSl1 ble umineat Our otalogue exptahtB rally thu courses expenses etc Board call beeeur In private tamllles for triO to 3uo Tuition free In the High School to Ohio county pupils bolding common school t diploma TLoae who Flo not hold diplomas will be admitted by examination High Sohool tuition to nonresldetts per pine weeks or- tpll4ntot rnation address Goo EBoil- ey Hartford Ky OlATort 1 Aur 17Mr Birch V EdisOn Is here from SherIdan Arkansas Thlh 11Ilr Edtsons second visit since lie left herefive years ago Mr and Mrs Jackson Allen Roslne were th guests bt Mr Allens cousin Mr James Hall Payton ScJOOlbous- elij1i1 kday and Wednesday Jess CU1I1inf iga arrIVe t+ at from A1lus OklahVorre has been workln 41- gl Gret4t2 N A New 4Depart1e itHasBeen Added to Our Mammoth d f I Collectionaf General Merchandise a- LADIESCOAT SUITSrlLy y r It1 I In opening up part1J the estahliehed rlo this 8torel1N e tO 1- uIything byllxlvesAdd to givethetradl an oppo tun It to ure t e yery best the market afll rde iu sfyI i material and vrlhn ris we place at yo rQi al the farlious Palmer garniefih Thisliile pf ladjesready to wear sta dsJattlte head of the list of theiar1n Ji I country and we mpies f upon ytijirightthere thatno retailer ran giye i you bettersnits from tinyy standpoint than you oanfind right here We know frpm the reputation of this eon cern and from the experience we have had with the line at our othertwo states that the orour suit I 0- I means a regular customer for the line In order that everybody might have an opportunity to SM the line and compare with other lines before the acltltl demand iIbeginswe have the line OM exhibition now and to say we xare anxious to slow you the line feebly expresses our feelings in the matt rVe invite you and everybody else to visit our store and look at our MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF LADIES NEW COAT SUITSJ 1E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Ky I CiClfIililiC o- fgiveuntyS L4new anywhere purchase i We Are Here i I With the Goods I Consisting of the latest highgrade but lowpriced I 11I articles of Furniture anti House Furnishings em- I bracing Bed Room Suits Iron Beds Cots Mlttresses Settees Dressers Chif Hardjwarethe home Also Sewing Machines Stoves and Ranges Ev erything new and up to date I Weve earned the reputation of being low priced reliable grocers and we are still doing business in the 1 same way Call on us or telephone your order and will sure to be treated righttNi bcho der COJINA- UfiURATJON OF PASSENGER SERVICE A FROMSe NARIFORU DUNDEE AND SUNNYDALE KY J DY The Loissvillc Henderson St Louisn lwayi On August first the Louisville Hendrson St LouisIi i t Il wayCo4naugurated regular pJlSSenger aervttd between Hartford and Irvington Trains leaving Hartford at a tn und240 pm make connection at Irvington foripoints 1 pin r ul c ior 1 ri months Mrs Betsy SUnson nnd grandson Hubert Stll1soi1Ar tbe guest ot relatives near Shiloh Ilr San H Paton Croftonl Ky- gpent several days thts weetbeguest- of his mother Mtn Jane Payton Miss Angle Whitely returned to Ellzabothtown Saturday afteapend lag a month With her parents Mfr and Mra Virgil Wbftelyteartown- MrLCharlesLYoung andchpdrep Leonard Kathleen and paypette May- of Fordsvllle Ky are tb guests of- Mr andJMrs FrankNIA drum and Mr and Mra W T oungJtic I t k p JCountryoMiss Otha P t1e8on i Ilr Clint StCI lr Nr Wyatte Daniel Mr and MrarJ D Cooksey were the guests fidayMr anrMrs Roy Crawford very 1 11frltt14s rInNora and Wynthf Pttter3ja Maude JrFiankBe t 4 A fiptIthe Fair c ti fyioa t x- r Z T i r t- t Ii u f IoysI f t School Suitsor 1 If A in one of our can in I I I j 4 f areI Be ourI I r I t I v I J Hartford 4 W FRIDAY AUGUST 20 Table At Beaver Dam Ky J North BouUil- No N nlh Bonnrt 135 due 405 MO N12a duel lLaao- fi No12 Notoldne ZM8pro +e No IlldD bpE I The Does not always require the expen diture of a large sum of money hIs l I depends largely upoa Judgaiejit ttocte economy and BldlL NothIng Adds more to the appearance of the home than good Paint property appltod Then It protect and preeerves tbe la if you buy the Tight kind The best Is the cheapest iMasurys la excelled by none Call on us for Outside Paint Inside Paint Carriage Paint Root Paint Flexible Carbon BO cents per gallon Japalac Liquid Veneer and inlhls i 11 ilne that makes old things look sew j fllleoT with care ands delivered anywhere in towo CO r DDS IIJ Bell DDS f itr i 0 Drs have opened a brand new Dental office over the Re publican bfflcfr la All the latest methods We make teeth without the use of the plate We use the highest grade of mater tal and furnish tgbet Cure of vprk We allot our work riCH and see us and Freer t+ r I l One218 V i gJ Iik 1- Y J 1 i I S V JOur Better bination boys Double breasted I two pairs of pants one plain double knee pair style all wool viots Cassimere Fabrics lm the newest mixtures The very thing fora school attired Wear Better Suits engage the most strenuous exercise with 00SpecialTo prepare your boy for school you must have clothing shoeshose new waists etc We = for school wear wise I and investigate stock I a Republican lIl1nolsContraIRaliroadTIme ulsopm o102due48p To Make Home Beautiful propertythat everything Prescriptions HARTFORD DRUG Incorporated JTHardlo DENTlI RY HardlptjJell teartford Jtfdentlrtry guarantee Consultation Biamlnatlpn guaranteed Wear Suits anIindestructible suit coat with seat and one oT Kickerbqcker Che and goodserviceable suit headquarters Many attractions at Hardlnsburg I Pair Go to Hardlnsburg Ialr on train I August 31st Great Fair Uardlnsburg Ky Aug 31st3 days Come and meet your Intends at Hal dlnsburg Fair- Highest Diving Dog Free at Har dlnsburg Fair We try to amuse everybody at iHardinsburg Fair Stingsfllardlnsburg at See Filipino Troupe ol Rat eaters at Hardinsburs Fair Mr Hooker WJUiami returned Wed j nesday from a brief business trip t to Louisville I Ladles daythird day at Fair Har o dln burg Ky Guessing contest to Ladles Prizes Mrs F I Sanderfu has returned from a few days vi ltto relatives near Beaver Dam All children tree Aug 31st aIn Hardlnnburg Fair Lady goes up a balloon each day A Messrs tf LfTaylprLand WP Brown were the gueets of relatives in Hartford Wednesday Mr Pearl JD Tweddell and famil ae the g r INes iI ttwe deli and ErueAt wyeddell Of Calboun iKy Messrs W S 1nl T H Black John T taidr iaidtCo3liarnetfarfcs- pend a few days aJ Dawson SpringsMr Gilley Who has been 111 Of typhoid feverftffh past several weeks will be able to eout In a t 1 1 f few days h lIb unwhoglag been ecrloualy ill of typhoid fever for the past several weeks Is rapidly Improv agalnjInAfter n twaweek vlBttto rela tives In and war oHortford Mr andI lnfJ A Anderson returned to their htnrie In Owensboro jast Saturday Their daughters Wet Caya reaialned for a visit of atew days Ipnaser Mrs Jamea Thomas whd has been ht the bedfllde 6f her slater Miss Grace Miles near FordsvlHe for the past two weeks came h6me Saturday returning Monday Shop reported her sister slightiy Mmirbvtd Alit yet In a serious coii41t1n1lIss Mllfs is suf feting from burns Wblc1 ehe received woVweekl apowuknr W e J i I n A po Itaces each day Fajr at Hardlns burg Ky ti See the big advertisement of Hat dlngsburg Fair In this paper Low rates on train to Fair at HSrdlnsburg Ky Aug 31sta days WANTED White girl to do light house work for small family Addres thla office Mr Felix Shaver of the West Hart ford neighborhood was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr Henry Fieldt of Jennings La Is spending his vacation Mrtth his fam ily In Hartford v V Born to the ivlfe ofMr J K Alvy city TueSday a fine boy Mother and son doing well Many Free attractions at Hardlns burg Fair Athietio Contests for MenI and Boys ftac6s each day Mr Berri Taylarfs out again otter being confined o his room with ty phoid fever for the past slit weeks Mr J M Sandefur Horton and W FSanderfrir of the Hoslne neighbor hood were among our tellers Wednesday Mr Clarence R Field left Monday after a weeks visit tohis mother here for hlsVhpme and work at Lat ayette La Mrs G B ensandchildren Edward atilt Mariam spent Weilnes day in Dundee the gueslff ot jjilrs W S Dean Mlra Iuia Walker of Lexington is spending a few days in Hertford the guest of her sister Mrs JW Carter and other relatives Rev 1 W Tichenor JJatanzaBaaO T J Acton of the Fairview neighborhood and Mr D B Bartlett Ws terfleld were pleasant callers yester dayLOSTOn road from Hartford to Sulphur Springs or at Sulphur Springs on day of Odd Fellows picnic one Bet zer and Wilson fountain Pen Return to this office and receive reward Miss Lizzie IV gle Yosemite Ky sister of JudgeJ E Fogle of Hart ford mid Mss Ruby Fogle also of Yosemite are visiting the families of 3Ir George Fair Judge J E Fogle and other relatives in HartfordIales Mamie Hennett visiting her sister Mrs Ed Johnson j pof Duel Mclioau county for the past few weeks returned home Tuesday I She was aconmpanled by Mr and Mrs Johnson who will return home this morning Rev Virgil Elgin of the M X church Soun will conduct his regu i slIn1daya I ginning Monday night He desires the people of all churches to attend j and take jlaTtln these meetings Mr Louts Gunther and daughters wish to thank their friends the good jieople of Hartford for the many kindnesses howti them during the re GunIthere assures these friends that their kind nesses will never be forgotten The funeral services in memory o lieu E V Phipps will he held at his old home 1 3 miles from Centcrtowu an the fifth Sunday In August at 11 oclock conducted by Revs R D Ben nett and Elijah Miller In the after- r noon at the same place there will bean address delivered by Col C M Barnett on the occasion of the re union of the Ihlpps tfamlly Let all who come bring their runners ROSINE Plogres1singHealth Is Very good at this writ big Those on the sick list are Harry ShroaderyBorn to the v if Dt George Wilson on the 17 inut a tine Joy Mother and child getting along nIcely and George fs all smiles Mr Pete Alford andvlfepIorse Branch visited his brother R L Al ford and fwnlly of this place and at ended church Sunday Brp Willis filled his regular apr pointroent here Saturday night and Sunday i v They =have begun work on the Slet1iodlst church again Crops are looking welltln tile corn munltyi at Tom Hints Is building a new to bacco barn at this writing Mrs Victoria Wilson visited her R B Wilson of Falrvlew lUst Tuesday Artie Hints visited Mrs R L Al ford last SUl1da1tMrs Mayble 0 Bailey and rMss Lou Kuykendall visited Miss Kuykendajru slater Mrs Martha Cook last Monday Roy and Clarence Hines visited their friend Master Dewey Alford last Sunday CoojSpringslJo ciN4y I GLAND REUNION OF 1FORMER STUDENCS J dge R R Wedding and Hun ureds of Former Pupils to Celebrate Sulphur Springs c f Judge RR Wedding Is a native of Oho county and began teaching school seventen years of age He tjpght In this county for more than twenty years within a radius of not exceeding eight miles Mr Weeding has a good English education which waiT secured in the common schools of thg county and at Hartford College under the tutorship of that distinguished educator Prof W B Huy ward ilrWeddlng began the study of laW In 1880 In the law office of his brother the late George C Wedding fwd was admitted tft the bar at the May term of the Ohio Circuit Court 1881 Mr Weddings law license Is sighed by two of Hartfords lute dis tinguished lawyers and statesmen Hons E C Hubbard and W F Gregory The Judge Is In the prime of man hood and while his pursuit has gen rally len that of a professional teacher for the last 12 years he has retired from the field of teaching and given his entire attention to tile prac torn of law- Judge Wedding will have a reunion of his pupils at Sulphur Springs on the first Saturday In September 1909 The exercises of the day will consist of an address by Mr Wedding several of his pupils Prof O audI Christian will be in attendance a picked class and will furnish voce Everybody is Invited to be ImusIc whether they were ever a pu Mr Wedding or not and sill arc specially requested to bring lunci TaylorWade I Miss Eva Taylor and Mr Ronda Wade were quietly muffled at Rockport Indiana August 14th Mitts Taylor Is a daughter otlr and Mrs RI F Taylor and Mr Wado is the only child of Mr and Mrs John L Wade They are both school teach ore They left Immediately for Ralph where they will nooks their fu ture home Thomson BrothersI suturllarlrafternoon at their barn Horton Ky 1000 to best colt 500 to second best colt by Bay Leaf HaL 1000 to best mule colt 500 to second best mule colt by Dill Gladstone flt2 NARROWS Aug 18Mltls Mamie Powers who has beecn visiting relatives near Whlttsvllle has returned home Mr Elbert Brow nwho lugs heels tak ing a business course In Owensboro Business College is at homo for a few days Little Miss Mary Louise Renfrow spent last week with her aunt Miss Bethel Renfrow of Raton Dr and Mrs Ivan Renfrew of ure visiting their brother Mr A R Renfrow of this place and also their parents of Sunnydale Mrs Belle Abram and little daughter are visiting in Sulphur Springs his week The fail term of School began Monday August 16 with a large attendance Mr Jnrrctt Loyd as teacher a good schoollsexpectedas we have n fine teacher Little Mis Mary Fentrewwho bas been sick for the past two monthsIs improving A MrF Hnrdlson and family who have been visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Allen have returned to their home ht While Plains t For Sale Within 1 miles of Hartford 100 acres farm well Improved Contain- Ing oojtage dwelling and all necessary out buildings It5 HORACE H PENDU3TOX SM UIQUS AUg17Mrs Sallle Drake who has been ivlslting herr son Mr TtR d and f of Hartford re turnedlThuradayShe wan accompanl ed homcby Mrs TR Barnard and L CROSSETT SHOEi I TOTRANSMIT ALL THE- POWER K the friction of a motor must be neither too tight nor too loose but just right Beaus It fits just right at Very point the CROSSETT Shoe puts every ounce of bodily energy at your icrrlce through your feet when you need it the electric motor Crossett Shoe do no use power when they are not working drive Like MAKES LIFES WALK EASY 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 then we will abide the result h It pays to depend on Barnard Co HARTFORD KY 0- I iCentral City Auction House I Auction Sales Every Saturday and Consignments of Menchan dise solicited You can pay railroad I fare and save big money I BIG SALE OF CLOTHING NOW ON Z 0 KING Auctioneer Cerntreul City IyR1VVUsVVIi VlVl7 daughters Mary and Ethel who were the guests of Mr and Mrs Opple Kit tinger and other relatives until Sun day Miss Kittluger from Earl Ky was also the guest of Mr and Mrs Opple Klttlnger recently Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock and chil dren went to Centertown Sunday to tee Mr David Luck who has typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Caz Mason and son Arnold and daughter Mary were the guests of relatives at Central City SundayMr and Mrs T L Wlthrow and family Central City were the guests of Mr Sam Witnrow Saturday night and Mr and Mrs Erskine Fulkerson SundayMr Mrs C T S Overton were the guests of Rev G B Overton Cent ilf City Monday Mr George Reher and wife and Miss Muttie Cones imperial Cal were the guests of their uncle Thorn as Godsey recently they will go to Virginia and North Carolina before reurhlng to California Mr J M God sea brother u Mtsars Tom and ItoU Godsey from OJaton was also In opt midst recently Mr Chnrlle0v rtn and wife hayo purchased a house and lot in Center tows and lmove there In the ilear future They are good neigh- boreaud we regret to see them leave Mrs Ray Addlnglon and Sister Miss Beijluh Rled attended Quarterly meet lilt at Ceralvp Sunday Rev R J Bennett filled his ap pointment at Equality church Sunday evening Miss Maggie Hunter has returned from Ceralvo after a visit of sev eraV weeks to her sister Mrs P Ll Wood who has been quite sickI J Mr and Mrs Alonzo France apt ijr 5 B Hunter entertained Satuj day evening at the home of Mr Alonzo France f Ice cream Lemonade L6 I and Cake were served and all pres report an enjoyable time lentIr S E Hunter went to Center Sunday morning SouthlI Oma Maddox who has been Storerwasj P Maddox Saturday night and Sunday I Mr Jim Hendrix Jr Rockport Ky was a guest of his uncle M P Maddox Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Sarah Greer returned home Sunday from a visit to her daughter accomJlanledI Alonzo France Sunday I 1 Ssistliig is lor You I FROM NqW UNTIL September 1 I Will Give With Every Doz en atj I ONE LARGE PHOTOGRAPH SIZE f4X7 Itibe like the small pbotos you get and in every respeni an ex havingtpleturesand you will always regret having put it oft This offer I ain making yourIIoverIr yours truly ROSTERhnul f r II 1 Ic t J fCLLIE DOGS AT THE STATE FAIR I An Exhibit That Should Appeal toi Progreaslve Far era I The colUe dog exhibit from present indications will be bIgger and more at tracUvo than ever before The num ber of prize rings have been IncreasedI and the premlurs are than last years show It will bo held under the rules ot the American Ken nel club and as tour points are to be gained by owners tOwanl a champlon ship medal it Is confidently expected that there will be a Number of high class exhibits from the eastern and j northern states and It Is not at nil t unlikely that some of the most cola brated kennels In the United States will be represented at thIs show TM exhibit will be conducted under the auspices of the Kentucky State Fair Collie club which Includes In Its mom bershlp the most promtnent lollle fanciers In the state and gentlemen who are quite prominent In business and social attain The club officers are judge Ceo Dultcllo presIdent Prof M A Scovell vice presIdent W J Selllnnn secretary John U Good Joseph Uurge W II Glltner W R Moorman Jr members of the axe cutive commIttee A number of special prIzes have been secured and altogether the prospects are quite flat terlng Tho collie has come to beu recognized as n farmers dog and this reason thlll show should appeal to every progressive farmer In the Commonwealth For many years past the dog show has been ono of the very best attractions of the State Fair This year with nn increased number of dogs and a greatly Increased interest 1n the bow It should bo better than ever SOME FINE FEATURES Special NIghts at the Kentucky State Fair Mr A Ti TJpecomb president of the Louisville advertisers club will he attthe head of the special nights pro Mr Is ambitious to Ifgreaterous fair and with the addition of the night horse show which has proved such R popular attraction at nil of the leading State Fairs and Hippodrome performances In the pavilion there is I little doubt that his hopes will be realized Associated with lijare the toUoln Innuental and enterptlsing gentlemen elieb nd whom will strive to make his night tho lIest trof E H- 1Ifl1rk ot the Louisville pUblic Ichools echo will hl ehairmnn Monday night designed lis school childrens night lf 1 outs Seelbc chRJman Xes day night wh1ch hat welllamed Ger iuan American nl ht Wald president of the oulSl1Ie feder aUon ot labor chairman Wednesday I night labor nIght Col W n lIaldc commander of the first Kentucky regiment chairman tuiUtary night Thursday night John J Barry chairman trerlcai t lg Fr dOinight f h toriand chairman tare wJI eight Saturday nllihtISaturday should lift entertaining day to the children liS the Shetland pony classes will all be exhibited and to the general public on account of the horse championships being awarded that day 1tMACHINERY EXHIBITS 1 r 11lenty of Space Flo Such Displays at Kentucky State FaIr Appllcntlons for s1ac In the ma- yehlner department are beiud roceled dally at the 8tntc Iulr offices TIt impbrtatlee and manltndo of exhibit tn thIs department era grolvltig evety year While the Unit nllvl1iltal1l are not offered to exhibitors as arc glvbnh them by old r InstitnGntt In WIIfof machinery halls them wll I plenty of IIIJcC In ono uf the nu + t cn veniently located parts ot tin grount9 j for exhibits of this nature and every Other facility and IIccomodation will 1who rr ire manufacturers of engInes pumps I stock scales fences mills road mayi chines vehicles harvesting laying machines planters plows and I vetthlllg In the way uf modern liPto date machinery and farming utensils rho farmer who would keep abreast Jf the limes must necessarily be In strutted In the use of better methods of farming and the tee of Improved IItarmthlillkindII QUICKS voce LIVER PILLS Will cleanse your liver and purlS iy your blood and make you feel like n new man Goats as Trail Makers The brush eating Instinct ot the Angora goat is being successfully Ie- JUonstrnted on the Lassen Nntbinal Forest in California where they are cutting trails for fire guards through the brushy areas on the slopes of the mountains The animals which number 3000 have been divided Into two bands and under the care of the herders are grazed within certaIn well delta ed areas so that their work may be concentrated on the brush within those limits The result Is that they have prdctically killed nearly Ill the a brush In the course either by eating It up entirely or by barkloIn the case of the heavy mluia lesAt the beginning doubtttrneat there was sqme goats wllUngneElS to eat thu naehsaali i but It has been found brit wh r there Is else they wlll Just as readily attackIt as any other bushes The grnzlug season was so late this year on the Lassen Forest that the goats did not begin operations until about the middle of June but slnooI then they have made rapid l1rogreiSJ and the result promises to a cess from every point of vIoN The trails will first be opened and then kept tree of sprouts by the gonte saying the Government conslderablb labo In cutting them out by hand as has been dune heretofore while the brushy forage whIch otherwise would have been wasted will support 3000 goats very comfortably She Told it AllIPlease slate to the Court exactly what you lid between eight and nine ocluck on clInes day morning said n lawyer to n dellcatcIooklng little woman on the witness standc Ve11 she said after a moments re election I washed m two children and got then ready for school and tewed a button all Johnnys coat amII mended Nellles dress Then I tidied lop my sitting room and made twos beds and watered my houso plantsII and glanclll over the morning papers Then 1 dusted my parlor and set things to visits In It and wasJ7ed sam halt and sewed n button one one of he little shoes old then swept out my trout entry and brushed and put nwny the ehlldells Sunday clothes and wrote a note to Johnnys teacher ask- Ing her to excuse him for not belnfi school on Friday Then I fed my canary bird and cleaned off the break ast table and gave the groceryu an order and Swept oft the back porch and then I sat down and rlStlted afew minutes before the clock as struck nine Thats alb AIII said the dazed lawyer Excuse me Judged must get my breath before I the next witnessflake MENDENNAIIS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired III feeling and malaria Sues Statesman for a Hound Mr F W llashnm of SklJlman thIs county has tiled a suit lu the Meade County Quarterly Court against fortl nwr Stale Senator Gus 1V Richard Oil or Cuatnp J for 10 the alleged price the NUltealttall jJlonllegd toa the plnhltit for One ltuuud riot Mr Richardson In addition to bcltlg- a statesman and legislator la n well known fox hunter mid It la sold of- h4u that he Is one of the best In the State of Kentucky He attends the Satlatal blects of the fox hunt Irs and to recognized In that body as one of the gamest sports that ever got behind the melody ut the C hounds This dog the plaIntiff alleges was sold to JIr Richardson In June of IfOS and has never beN paid fur Only last week Mr Richardson was dlfcntld for the democratic 1101- 11Inatloh for Represenlatlvcl from Meade but he Is n hantlshnklng fox- unting politician who Is never de- ented so badly that he Calls to come again to Ilofl a JIg vote among hisn people the aunt of whom are reportII ed to bl his kin lTancuck n Clnronb QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills w Saves Doctors Bills lit Largest Family in Kentucky untbers of large fnmllles In vary vus parts If the country claim from time to tlllle to be the heaviest family the lnlted States but It remains Franklin county to lay claim to having the lightest family on record t for ns known Thomas D Nash well known farmer of this county has eight children tour bays and has eight children four girls and four buys all of them grown and over wentyone years of age One of the ons Richard Sash will be Deputy County Clerk under Crawford Lee wllln Mr leu goes Into office next January blr Nash and his wife nndtI eight children making tut grown pee A pie In all only weigh II total of 1061 pounds which + Is fin average wt lOG pounds each This ha believed to be the lightest weight ever 8hllwn1 y U single familyoften fullsrown people and no ant of the tnnilly Is unusually mall eltherFrankfort new tVOUT CIliesDr Kings sew Lfe she writes till tvhelly cured They pre vent Appendicitis cure Constipation Headache 251 ai all drugguiits n 1 lHH4P How to Make Good Ceffse c Thero are Jverat points n gth SIae n t Bladeimust be perfectly Immaculatelycleah The water should be freahlyc bolle d the aparjtle still Jn 1t Thb coffee must not bo boiled longer thanyfiti minutes and Is still better Jtt kept Just below the boiling point 1lt allowed to stand and boll thearoma lost and the blUer tAnnic acid that spoils the taste and jrrJtltesthe stomach Is extracted Lastly the coffee must be well scented nail al ways servedexcepting for after rUn nerwith cream or at least hot not bolllug milk Coffee may be roasted and ground at home If preferred but It Is now 1J81111j ly quite ns well to buy the coffee i ready roasted and to grind It ns needeltIThere are several ways of making coffee hut the most common is boll Ing Allow one heaping tablespoonful of- offee to each tali of boiling water I Scald atho man In the moat were Scald out the coffee pot with water Put Iii the amount of boilingI needed mixing It with n water and the white of nn egg or a j Inch of Isinglass When eggs aniswerI on the fresh boiling water Cover the spout with a little twist of paper o prevent the escape of the aroma Stir wen and push the pot omi the back of the stove where Itj will trove hot but not hall Add n few spoonful of water pour out alit tie of the cutefee In II cup and Jnck Into the pot again to clear the spout the grounds and let It stand nails curbed for five or ten minutes to sot Then servo as quickly as lwsslble It deteriorates If left standIng Drip or fitch coffee Is made In any coffee pot fitted with one orI ore strainers Allow one cupful cof ground very tine to n quart of water Measure out the coffee nlldJ beat It In a saucepan until It steams stirring contlnunllr This brings outi the flavor Then place the coffee the stainer pour the boiling water In and allow It to drip slowly through the coffee Repeat this process aIsecond time Then bring the coffee to the boiling point and serve Some t claim that cold water filtered two or i three times through the coffee and brought to the bulllug point gives the strongest and best flavor but this of necessity takes much time nd attention The State Normal School When generous Kentucky established the Western Kentucky State Normal School nn education was put within the reach of the hays and girls young wonlllI old men of Western Kentucky Write concerning ire tu- Ition and other Items Address lT lT- herry President Bowling Green Iy 4t2 Caring for the Teeth It would surprise many women who consider themselves hygienic In the care of their teeth to know that they were sat Cleaning the tceth throe times a day Is of little avail If It Is ot done correctly Brushing may be harmful it too rough ur III II direction its to push the guns i tram the teeth Clean the teeth at least twice a day preferably after each meal Never neglect It before going to bed ashen the mouth Is quIet and there Is no now of saliva dental decay Is most active Keep your toothbrush hygienic Let hung where It will get sun and all Wnsh It occasionally In a good dlsln rodent Throw It away at sign ut loosened bristles One of these lodg 1 lug In the throat may give serious trouGle Brush the teeth gently with a ro ary Motion so the bristles will pene tTltte hchveeu the teeth Do not scrub the hth and gums as much harm Is done In this way Never neglect to brush the edge off the teeth also on the inner surface When not using n rotary motion brush downward on the upper teeth and upward on the lower i If your teeth lire at alt Irregular dental lOBS or n quill toothpick metal pick Is apt to future the teeth and gone and the wooden once may splinter Remember that throefourths of the tYoublo with teeth commences between t eteetlWhen tartar has formed on the teeth close to the gums have It re mood by a dentist It Is the foreI runner of decay This should be done a rear by must personsMme oftener where It forms rapidly uvcraddlty In the system t Ohlidrerl CryF- OR FLETCH- ERSCASTO R LA- e r ri rz W y Bardwel1Bar as rd BREEAEItS t7k DURQC JERSEY SWINE You nbuyin your gjown county animals that are theequal in in dividuality and breeding to anyin the vbrld Visit rite Them atMcNenjon Ky iodol Dyspepsia Cube Qfg what you eat VV vvn own a rAnronelendln a Ihteb and delerllltion ma urenaln our optnton tree whether IUJ rCommunlUonlUletsent free Uldesta encyfor ecunnlfalenu pretal Peteata notice taken t orS freceln SriQatific UmericaitAhan- daomelyflnMrtedweekliA rargeetdrtc- utatton of an arlenUOa ournd Terms N a 1M tour montba I 8014 hI all eadealer YorkStench McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for perfect it Ilmrllclty and reliability nearly 40 year pearly every eityand town the United State and or by mall direct More laId than any other make Send for tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE JUore subscriber than anyothct fasblo- nmaguinemlilion a Iat- at styles pattern drnamaklnR plain sewing fancy needlework halrdreulng- I etiquette ere ro eenta a patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS catalogueItieE RcCllLh CO mu to 23 W S7UI St NEW YORK Fie D 01 J Real Estate SaJe 72 acres of Roush RIver bottom- one half In high state of cultlvatio- rest nett timbered with White Oak Beech Gum blapel41i nlles of Hartford on public road Goo dwelliig anti outbuIldings A awe b6useatid lot situated In old Faii ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room co- ttagegood nwe barn Desirable location 182 acres ot upland known as tile Perry Kirk farm located near Ol ems Run Sore 100 acres In sp endtd state of cultivation 82 heron ttmberedln splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dweolllng and out buildings late of good water FOR SAtE OR TRADE weUn g and store house one acre of lot SUed out buildings at small mIning IQwn In Ohio county one mile from R n Station In ot fine farming country No competition In bulnesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dweLling and out building orchard plenty ot water 40 acres In Umber balance in good aote of cultivation I I A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public rood one mile southwest of Sulphur SpringS containing 100 acres well timbered 60 acres in cultivation splendid dwel Hag barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm- A treat ot hand on Halls Creek one mUe southwest of Sulphur Sprints containing 100 acres 40 acres In DO toms tyro barns and dwelllng well kept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents tor the owners Md our purpose Is to brIng together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge it no eale Is effected LIt your property with us or JC you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY OUR CLUBBING RATES Tine REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and COurierJournal 150 THE RiITIIiIcAN 8t Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 rlIiE REPUBLICAN Home and Farm 125 fUE RElUBJWAN and fwiceaVeek Owpnsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE tEPUBLICAN and lJauy uwensooro Inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Oboro Messenger 175 TIE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 fUE REIUBLICAN Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN + u++++ +++++H++++++ THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co t INCORPORATED YVIhL WIRE YOUR NoUSE RT coSt I- ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANt HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME k OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEN WHEN IN i- l REACHI I lE GwBARRASS Manager I i t SURE CURE All aeaa- eaSTOMACI f tivER Kinlu For center known and and TwiceaWeek and i r oIJIItIiJ1I Dir4 toryOhio Ooua yoJCIrcuit CourtT P Den D Ringo Attorney W tM Flooet Jsller Ed U DanaH Clerk Frank L lleiSheriff 1iiirtford DeputtesB + MartinnMonday In laroh earl August and con tinues threee weeks and third monde weeksdCountCourtW D Taylor Judgq W B Tinsley E Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes tlrst Monday In each month Quarterly CourtDogma ou the third Mondayw JanuaryAkrII July and October Iff Theftdayday In VC1ober Other OttlcerIiNMoll1e Surveyor Rhrere S W Leach leseaeor RR- ftoyJamEa DeWeeseSchbol 8uperlnfenr + eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H WllllamB Beaver DaniMarch 21 June 23 September 2t December 24 W P Miller Horse DranchMarch M June 25 September December 211 W S Lean DundeeMarch 7 June 26 September 26 December 27 W IL Edge iordsvlUeMarch 29rfune 2 September 7 December 8 20JuneHerbert Render CcntertownMarch 20 June 29 September 29 December 5r Jehn H Miles RockportMurch 31 +June oJ SePtember 30 December HARTFORD POLICE COURT It It WeddinG Judge J S GiennClt1 b1althaLCourtmonth City CouncUJ Jr Williams Mayor George Lewis Clerk S K Cox Treasurer R E IvSlmmerman C M Bar nett E E lltrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Ernest Ellie School Trustees HarttordC M MBarnettRELIGIOUS SERVICES thlrdJSundy7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray ieveningRevBaptist ChurchServlcell hell Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening C P ChurchServlcCII first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford LOdge No GiG F A Ma MondaynightW M E P Moore Secretary 1 everythirdRoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HettleRileyRough River LOdge No 110 Knlghte of Pythlall meets every Tuesday night RenderKHarttor Tent No 99 K Q T M faDPPndletonRecord Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T M 1 Meets first Friday evening and third aft noon ot each montk Mrs rommanl1rMra Y ere d Preston Morton Post No4 G A nholds regular meetings Saturday bet the first Sunday In lOn month Ash RogersAdJt 1 Ohio Tribe No VA Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes EMorrIfonof Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B D D SctIroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1851 meets 1st Saturday night fn each month rooh SkDggS Pres W D Luce SecTttes OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity ot National Officers C O DRAYT Prosy Greenvllle Ill BowlingGreenS D KUIP Sec 8t Trees Indh n polls OfficersJ Pres Georgetown It- S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky CAL Po KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky oJCOUNTYJ ll DeWeese Chairman Hartford Ky DNo2 J A Peaay Whitesvllle DNo J IpD6 Rlohard Plunrmer Taylor tuna 6J L Drown Rockport tlt i s i Y 7 T 4 rt JJ SIX GRATDAYS BpYcltl Day Program at the Kentucky fSta Fair v Tho special day program Is one of the moat Interesting parts of the Stht Fair It will bring many additional thousands of visitors to the Fair Fred l W Kelakcr is the general chairman of the special days committee Moo day Sept 13th the first day will bo known as school childrens day and Louisville Times day Prof J Q Grabbo state superintendent of pub lic Instruction who has been made chairman of this days progam will make an extraordinary effort to secure n record breaking attendance of school children from the city of Louisville and state of Kentucky As this Is the I opening day the ceremonies will likely Include nn address by the governor and a number of other distinguished speakers are cipectcd to honor the Fair with their presence on this oc aslon As the naming of each day for Us dally papers of Louisville Is au lane vatlon In the Special Lay program each paper wlll try to make Its day the biggest andthe power of the press cnco wielded In behalf of an In stitution like this can bring tremen dous results Mr Robert W Brown managing editor of the Times Is vies chairman for the first day Tuesday Sept 14 will bq Fraternal Day and Louisville Herald Day Mr Charles n GeorgeAvice chairman All the leading fraternal organiza tions In the state will be asked to Join In a grand parade and make this a tgeneral reunion or common meeting ground for all the fraternal organlza tions within the state On this day the judging of all departments will begin Horses and mules and cattle will bo exhibited In the livestock pavilion The sheep swine poultry and other departments will be Judged In sepa rate arenas within their department enclosuresWednesday Sept 15 will be Louisville and Southern Indiana Day and CourierJournal Day Mayor James F Orlnstcad of Louisville will be chairman Mayor Jacob Best of New Albany Mayor E N Flynn of Jefferson vlllc and Graham Vreeland managing editor of the CourierJournal will be vice chairmen The mayor of Louis ville and the mayors of the two neighboring I cities across the river will each Issue a halfholiday proclamation Some of the beat horse rings of the week are scheduled for this day Also Jack stock Hereford and Angus pi cattle Ayrshire cattle Duroc and Chester White swine Hampshire Cotswold and Dorset sheep will be 4 Judged Thursday which has always brought the largest attendance at past fairs has been very appropriately des ignated as Kentucky Day Press and Good Roads Day More DayI fans will be seen together than on any single day or single event of the year Mr T C Underwood president of the Kentucky Press Ass clatlon Is chair j man of the day and will have nsso J elated with him all the active and publicspirited newspaper men of the state which alone should make ItaI banner day lion Joseph F Bosworth president of the Kentucky Good Roads Associa tion Is vice chairman As an active campaign for the good roads amend ment to the constitution will be wagtd I throughout the state the coming fall it Is likely that some of the big guns for this much needed public Improve cpen their first fire at this Imeeting President Bosworth believes that nearly all the good roads enthu siasts In the state which equal a good sized army will be on hand Several rings of horses will be shown In the pavilion and Shorthorn cattle Hamp shire Tamworth and Yorkshire swine American Merino Delaine Merino Ramboulllot Lincoln and Cheviot sheep and Angora goats will be judgedFriday Sept 17th will be Equity Day Tobacco Growers Day Grange Day Louisville Post Day Colonel C M Barnett president of the American Society of Equity will be chairman and F P Wolcott master of the Ken tucky State Grange and Mr Boyl G Boyle managing editor of the Post are vice chairmen This should cer tainly be n farmers day and It all In dications do not fall the Sons of the Soli will be out In greater number than was ever known before The to bacco growers from the dark patch the Green River district and the Bur ley section are all coming strong and each will try to outnumber the other The Patrons of Husbandry that noble band of enlightened farmers who have worked wonders for the betterment of nf agricultural Industry In this country will likely attend In goodly numVJrs from this and other states The judg ing In all departments except horses will be concluded this day and In the afternoon there will bo a grand rarade- of4 all livestock winners 1d the rtvc 1 stock pavilion These animals will be decorated with ribbons worn at his fair and other great fairs and exposl dons this year whfch will form a nrost plc sing sight for Fair visitors awl I especially enthusiastic lovers of blooded stoccdJM Saturday the last day will bo Eve yhUdye Day find all whohfeve potpbvSn Included In the foregoing may bo very aptly classed In this For catalog entry blank or other information write J W Newman l Secretary 320 Paul Jones Building j Louisville Ky The US Flag Factory- One of the biggest flag factories In the world Is in the Brooklyn N Yard Between 80 and 100 wome work there all the year round making flags for the use of Uncle Sams fight yardeof bunting In a year and fashion 418 different kinds of official flags The j flags cost 30 000 n year When decision was reached to send the fleet of American warships around the world thousands of new flags o all sorts were made to constitute part of their When those J bennlwhippedwaters arid flags were maCo up bj the womeIn the navy yard to replace the old ones The flags for I the battleship Connecticut alone made a pile of hunting 16 feet long and feet high There were 43 n flags in that pile Each of the was 20 feet long and 12 feet wide The flags of foreign nations are Included in the 418 kinds made in the navy yard The list also takes In nil the signal flags and those which aroused when a warship Is put In full dress for festive occasions The av erage life of a flag Is three years That average does not apply however to flags which are used every tiny They whip out and fade within a feu months In seasons when strong gales blow Thomas Maloy has charge of the nations flagmakers He has set eral men to relieve the women of the heavy wor- kBeware of Ointments for Cat arrh That Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de I range the whole system when entcrln it through the mucous surfaces Suc- harticles should never be used excop on prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will d is teu fold to the good you can l1Os1 sibly derive from them Halls Catarr Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mol curt aud Is taken Internally actin directly upon the blood and surfaces of the systemIn buyi- nhails Catarrh Cure be sure you the genuine It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per bottleTake Halls Family Pills for constipation m iInMemory Ellzah Jane Smiley died en the morning of Aug 2nd 1909 at the home of her nephew Mr J W Bear Hartford Ky The Angel of Doiith laid his hand upon tho form of aunt Jane and claimed her lor his own She was born Aug 10th 1819 she professed faith In Christ and joined j the Barnetts Creek Baptist church which she lived a consistent InII 72 ears She had been confined groatljbutmurmur was ready and willing to go when her master called her Funeral ser vices were held at Barnetts Creek church Tuesday morning at 10 oclocl by Rev Fuqua after which her re malnswere laid to rest In the Bar nett Creek cemetery Dearest aunt thou hast left us And our loss we deeply feel But It la God that has bereft us He can all our sorrowsheal Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life Is fled When in Heaven with joy to greet theeWhere no farewell tear Is shed J W AND R D BEAR Washington One Gave Up to three doctors was kept In bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spld errs bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Wash- Ington of Bosquevllle Tex For eczema bolls burns and piles Its supreme 25c at all druggists m Order for Graded School Election Orders Ohio County Court regular July term 6th day of July 1909 Hon W B Taylor J O C C Presiding Chas Cargal et al For Graded Common School It ajipearliig 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 Sub Districts Noe 11 15 and 16 of Educational Division No 5 of Ohio county Kentucky nod Pust office address McHonry Kentucky id cause to be filed with the Clerk ot this court ns provided by law u etition wherein they prayed for the establishment of a Graded Common School District and that an election bo ordered to take the sense of trio legal white voters within saId dIstrIct- as to whether or not they were In favor of levying a tAx of CO cents on each 10000 worth of taxable proper ty belonging to said voters or cor poratlons within said district to eachnthe purpose of purchasing erecting or repairing suitable building or builds Ings and for the maintenance of said Graded Common School At the regular June 1S09 term oft this court the same petltlonersChas amendedISchoolfDistrict as given In original petition frogIOhio County Court We the undersigned petitioners being legal voters and taxpayer In the boundary hereinafter set out re 6epecifully petition that you order an election to take the souse of the le Gradn ed Common School shall be established and maintained by levy and collected for that purpctc of a tax of not exceeding 50 cents on each one hundred dollars 10000 worth of property In said district owned by white persons mind by Corporations and n pull tax of one dollar and fifty cents 150 of each whlto male inhabitant thereto over twentyone years or age under Sections 44G4 and following the Kentucky Statutes and under b tlon 100 and following the Common School Laws of Kentucky and said District to bo bound us follows Beginning at Frank Harris it Mor cer with Bakers line thence South East to George McFarlands Includ lug him thence to Hiram Maddoxs place Including it thence to the Fish cr farm Including It thence to then P Beck place Including It thence includingtit South to tho saidoroad Including all on the North side plnceIlnclulIng ItsCVwl placegincluding It thence to the Cleveland Austin place Including it thence to Dude Phelps Including him thence to the RI Beck property on the corner bordering on the Rochester and Hartford road Including It thence to the D M Duncan place including it thence to the Nick Swart prcporty Including It then to the Dick Toll property Including it rind nil the Com I pany houses between these two places thence to the widow Guys Ilrnl1lrtII Including it thence to the E der property Including It thence to the E F Render farm Including It thence to the Sallle G Render place Including It thence to tho WI1 i Hams Coal Companys land including l what is known ns the Rocker place i and on a portion of which Alonzo Miu j ton now lives thence to nod what is known as the IncludingI property and on which son lives thence to the boundary line j between tho Williams Coal Company and James Rice including time IndI dox farm on which Addle Splnlcs nowIlives thence to the property or J Main Including It and also Including I the property owned by Warren linker known as the Old Kelly pluco thence to the homestead of Frank Harris in eluding all on the South side of Bak ers line to time beginning We further represent that time fore going boundary embraces Common School Subdistrict Nos 14 15 and 16 Educational Division No 5 and this petition has the approval of the Trus tee of each of said Districts and also of tho County Superintendent of SchoolsWe a certain tract or parcel of lund situated between McHenry and Williams Mlncsy in Ohio County Kentucky on the West side of the Illi nois Central Railroad and Just be low the Brown Mercantile Companys store and known ns the Old Field us a site for tho building for the pro posed Graded Common School and certify that said site is nut more than two nnd onehalf miles from any portion of the boundary of the proposed DistrictIt appearing to tho satis faction of the court that said Petition und amended Petition were regularly tiled and docketed at the May and Juno terms 1909 of this Court by order laid over one month for excep lions and none having been noted or l tiled herein and that said Petition thaapproval hisfndorsementbeing sufficiently advised it Is there tore ordered and adudged that said Graded Common Scholo District be es tablished as fully set out in tho Pe tition as amended and aa above re corded and that the Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky R B Martin bo and he is hereby ordered an directed to open n poll at tho Williams Mines school house In the said proposed Graded Common School District on Saturday August 21st 1309 for the purpose of taking the souse of the legal whIte voters of said proposed district which District embraces Nou 14 15 and 1C of Educational Division No 5 the levying nnd collection nn nuully of a tax of fifty cents on each 10000 worth of taxable property with I In said District owned white llOultux lIur1chaslnsand the maintenance of said graded common school ns 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 herehi by the clerk of this counrt will have same published as required by law and will at the same 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 tax annually of 50 cents on each 10000 worth of tax able property within said district own ed by white persons and corpora thong and a poll tax of S150 on each i legal white voter resident therein to i be used for the purpose herein set for and they shall record the vote there on as each voter may direct and they shall nt the same time and place hold an election at which aboard of five trustees shall be elected by the duly qualified voters oft said district for said proposed Graded Common School District and are cau e is continued for report as prescribe lnwIA COPYATTEST W S TINSLEY Clerk By S A WOERXER Deputy Clerk In obedience to the foregoing Ii will open a poll at William Anncs August 21st lfO for tho purpose there In stated R B MARTIN g O C When You Think Of the pain which many women experience withevery month it makes the gentleness and kindness always assoc miracleWhile gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of paio DP Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strung and sick women well and gives them freedom from pain It establishes regularity subdues Jntlam matlon heals ulceration and cures te male weakness 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ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY lull practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tics ot Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office in Republican build lag FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio und adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her ald building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pensions Me Collections promptly attended to runtyOfficeu = MI HKAVKIN KIIMKT WOOIMVAlli HEAVRIN WOODWARD Cf b c W HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession la all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given crlmlml practice and collection Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YAN CY LMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT I LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice Ills profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining rounti sand In the Court of Appeal Also Notary Public Office over Klr t National Bank W U DUINCS S A ANUEHSOr BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prac lice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices couth side of Main street opposite Court House Hint ford ICy Abstracting Titles und litigation affecting Titles to Itnal Estate will t 0 given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON JIi IS WILSON C1IV M CROWE WILSON CROWS LAWYRRS HARTFORD KY Will prac ice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections OfrtM on Main S opposite Court House KM TRADEMARKS promptly obtitnej U all countries or no rue I PATENTS THAT PAY deerileethemthoruughtytowe- swnee andeip you to P cCna ItenJniDdeL pliotoor ketch for FREE report SURPASSINQ Rook on Iroflinble Patent writ to BO3 BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH DrsKings New Discovery e Fon C8ilgsHS rJSfoAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED PROCUREDANDDErZND oDd de4 I 1WUIt ormuwtutureaprrtem Iiwdrreerpor- tyrue4vw to ivUrnto triulu auukr- Cvpyrithteete tN ALL COUNTRIES Btulnrst Jirwith II std gtas jam time momtyanJtfttnthtpsttnt fWrlMorcomotouittBU amen aunt epp TJolfel BUUt hunt 03o I WASHINGTON C I a 17Y c 1c V r- y v a c 1vIo Y r DOMESTIC INFELIC ITYRECKS 110M11 Husband Becomes Exile from Home of Plenty Returns to Natives Heath and Lives in Shanty Made of Popular Poles The death ot Mrs Susan Robert insBreckenridge not tar from Clover port n few weeks ago brings to the minds of many a sad story only one chapter of whlcff ends with her death Another ciiiiipler centers In the Ili of n feeble old man who for man years has led a mishrnbly lbaely lire In the some vicinity Many years ago these two lhes were united with every prospect of- hnplllncss Semlngly this marridge ot John Roberta and Susan Dasham was nn auspicious one They came from I highly respected families and lived do adjoining farms but unfortunate I ly each had In uncontrollublo temper which led to frequent quarrels For nearly twenty years they lived thus In the meantime they acquired a corn fortnble home mud eight children were born to them But In spite of these latter blejlIlngfi unkind words- grew more frequent until lit lastmado desperate by perpetual nagging and quarrellngJohn Roberts bade farewell to his children left his wellstocked farm and substantial home and started out Into the world alone For several years lie wandered from place to place working ns a lumber man When his wife applied for dl yorce lie let It go by uncontested leaving everything to her and his children After years of wandering amid what hardships und loneliness lions know he returned to Breckenrldgo county to the wildest most desolate spot he could find lIS far from other human beings ns possible und began his hermit existence Ills abode if such u name can beI given to so rude a habitation Is a- halfcovered shuck made of small poplar poles put together likE a rail pen It Is only ten feet square with an nrrnnemcnt of holes and brush and a rough blanket which he uses for abed op one side The other three n The Poultry Will be nlllltlKt n wlnolc show to it self all the noted strains of chickens ducks geese turkeys pigeons etc us well us ninny rare and wonderful specimens No pertunn interested is poultry can afford to miss the Pout try Exhibit elder are hung with green toba giving the impression oti apProacii tit of beIng Ii shed torstorlitg bac co furniture outside of tbebed mentioned Is a small box which buses for a tatJle one frying pan a bucket and two plates When he cooks It Is over a fire butt outdoors Around this rude hut the weeds haw grown so tall as to nearly hide itan only here and there are II feYtruck patched where this lonely old man has planted vegetables- SAlthough ho Is sick and feeble hl timescarred face stamped with the imprints of want and exposure he refuses to leave this desolate 811Ot His children are all married corn fortably settled and able to care for him and by his altos death a good farm worth 4000 belongs to him hut stubborn to the last or perhap s true to some vow made that morn ling years ago when ho left the tarni and children he will not return de s rueee way and that end Is near hl all probability Then will close another chap tel In the story of disappoInted hopes and lives wrecked because the tongue cannot be brldledOwensboro Mes senger r Resolutions of Respect Tp Tap one oqe our Comrade s are falling At a meeting of tile Whittinghill thelPOstfinlllag resolutions of sympathy and respect were adopted Whereas It has pleased the Almighty to remove from our midst our friend and Comrade John late uC Company A li K Init whohas lived among us for years we realize that we have lost a good friend and Comrade who stood shoulder to shoul der with us In the dark days of 1861 65 He was a good citizen a true soldier who loved his Flag and country Resolved That we tender to his bereaved wife and family our deepest and heartfelt sympathy In this their dark hour of grief and sorrow Resolved That the members of th s post wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days and that n copy be spread on the minutes ethic post and that a copy be furnished to the family of our deceased friend also a copy be furnished to bath of the county papers for publicatIon He sleeps his last sleep No sound can awake him To glory again w R JONES Corn JAMES A COOPER Alljt IN Officials of Dark Tobacco Grow Clarksvllle Tonn aunt members of the Dark Growers Association living ipbon gamer and Robertson counties arcI being summoned to appear before theI Judge of the CIrcuit Court 6t the United States In the Sixth district on the second Monday In Octobe to answer A II Cardin of Indiana 111 an action for damages of 125000 The salt is the outgrowth of alghtrlde troubles In this section Mr Cardin was an Independent tobacco denier and last year suffers severely at the handy of the riders It Is alleged He removed to tnQlan from Kentucky In order to Institute proceedings In the Federal Court Among the defendants are Pr1ldent Charles 11 Fort of Adams Genera Manager F G Ewing Dr M L Brad ley chairman of the Robertson count branch of the ahsociatlon Polk Prlnceformerly chairman of tho11ont gomery county branch and member of the Board of Supervisors HICKORY CHURCH Aug 18There will be an Ice cream supper at Hickory church on Saturday night before the firth Sunday In August for the benefit of the church everybody Invited Mr and Mrs Flem Taylor and sons masters Kahn and Ellis vlslWd Mr and Mrs G C Taylor Tuesday night Mr C E Allen Is at the bedside of his uncle Prof Lawrence M Gary Mr Cleveland Raines Roslne was the guest of his cousin Mr Thurman Ragland Saturday night and Sunday Mr Bert Davis was the guest of his uncle Mr I T Davis Saturday night Misses Mnbel and Mattie Porter and Dalara Leach and Miss Floy Taylor were the guests of Miss Euva Glue and Anna Ragland last Sunday Mrs Anna Jarnagln andchildren were the guests of Mrs Zelmer Leach Sunday night I FOR FLETCHERS I R1A LIVE STOCK Will contain magnificent exhibit of the finest breeds of cattle slllt and swine and will rest anti amply repay anyone for their visit Every steck raiser will learn some thing to his advantage Horses for general purposes Coach Horses Roadsters Saddle Horses Pedigreed ora Hires Fancy Matched Teams Yearl- Ings Coins Ponics aid Mules In com Iletltlve classes i Vo Place the Fair DEFENDANTS 325000 MJflONv Partiesa AuglGfProml ChildCry CASTO t 7j1 t i i 11 3 7t i v i y rr tl I J r 1 JL 1 t r J tIt I Believing that the people of Kentucky 1 be interested m the of the i I p I L Citizens 7 National life i i i I it 4 If insurance i Company I Believing that they WANT such a company believing flint they will SUPPORTauch company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the meunt of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was 1 ay July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions eachweek I e1 Firstweek August 2 j w 10696000f r Second week August 9 20024000 Third week August 16 l 345 atij T 9Cr r e RIIJ f 1 ISEPTENBER 0 001 Bigger and Better Than Ever BeforeEXCITINGs- y RACES AND SPECXAL ATTRACTIQNl EVERY SAY Department DEPARTMENT a Int nit Like organiZation I The WomensDepartment Splendid dIsplay of canned fruits preserves artistic needle work embroider lacesand other articles of the household also displays of the culinary art41 fruits andl Vegetables 1 In glorious profusion large luctoua and beautiful specimens or all kinds or trultti In competitive array Interesting displays o1 matdmotti andd dwa ldr specimens and vegetables of tree ti liar growth i Mechanical Department An xemllllrication of the progress t1uptodateers grinders planters etc This de- lartment will be better and larger than ever this year and Jroforget your troubles Nqa t1 ling no crowding uo overchargIlg Come early and stay late Plenty of cozy rest S 1 morewover ufiered before Ibis yetlrs lair will tie the greatest and grandest in tnur lli tury fj a 1 r more t- NQ ONE I CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT I 0 oo lwi OO e iA w 1s i i t cof Ltidlaf n i u