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Digital page images are linked to the text file. kzrtferi 7 tqnxblican r Fiie Job Worz tqJ j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOLXXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 27 1909 No6 ROBBED OF MONEY HURLED UNDER GARS Fate of White Man at Rock portRiding Freight Negro Crooks Try to Have Victim Crushed by Railway Train Rockport Ky Aug 24Arter II desperate battle with negro crookswb had Tobbed him of all the money he possessed an unknown man claiming PlttsburgPaas his homewas thrown between the cars of a rapidly moving Illinois Central freight train hero at an early hour this morning by the ne- groes who sought to cover up the evidence of their guilt beneath the grinding wheels of the train Instead of being crushed to pieces the man threw hmlself from the rails but not In time to save his leg which was served by the cars The man boarded the train at Pa ducah with the intention of riding to Louisville where he Intended to catch a train to Cincinnati When the train reached Central City the negroes got on and asked the white man for a match With the- miiffhes ho pulled out a roll of bills which caught the eyes of the crooks When the train had reached this city the negroes attacked the man who fought desperately to save his life and money He fired at the negroes with a revolver and one of them fell while the others closed In on the white man Using his revolver as a club he fought the crooks until one of them struck him on the head with a black jack This dazed hint and the negroes i picked him up and tried to throw him between the cars tfttre they had se f cured all his money which amounted to about 40 Luckily he fell sideways and his body fell outside the tracks His leg was cut off In two places The man was brought to the Illinois Central depot here and was later rushed to a hospital in Louisville The negroes stayed on the rain and are said to have been headed for Lou isville There were seven of them and they are believed to have been escaped convicts How bad the one that was shot by the whjte man is wounded 1sllot known but It Is thought that he was badly hurt May Hire Rigs to Take Children to School Frankfort Ky August 21Judge ORear of the court of appeals to day decided that it is legal for tho county board of education to spend money under the Sullivan school law to carry children to and from school In districts where the schools have been consolidated Judge ORear refused to grant an Injunction prayed against the county board of that coun ty which Is spending the money haul Ing children to school at Lone Oak where several of the county schools have been consolidated Judge W M Reed had held that the consolidation could be made but that the money could not be used so that Judge ORear reverses this opin ion Joe Blackburn to come Home Frankfort Ky Aug 24 Comflrma tlon of the story from Washington that Gov J CS Blackburn will re sign his place In the Panama canal zone to return to Woodford county and spond the remainder of his days quietly on his farm was bad here to day when James Blackburn Gov Blackburns nephew said It was a fact that Gov Blackburn will come to Kentucky this summer GoT Black burn is tired of public life and wants to get out Mr Blackburn3 salt today that his uncle will leavJ Panama this summer and will never engage In public life again cloy Blackburn has a tine farm of 160 acres in Woodford county ndhir xpects to make a specialty of raising Shetland ponies He will bring wjth him from Panama a stallion orthe breed used down thereItls really an Arabian horse and Is said to be very fine for breeding purposes Gov Blackburn has played an Important part In1 many1 big events In J La public life in Kentucky Ho will be welcomed to his old homo In Wood ford county with great rejoicing for no man ever lived there who was more popular Mrs Youtsey Sues for Divorca Winchester Ky Aug 24Mrs Sarah Youtsey has rued suit for a divorce In the Clark Circuit Court through her attorneyJohn M Stev enson against Henry E Youtsey who Is serving a life sentence for compile ty In the murder of Gov Goebel The petition is brief the grounds given being conviction of a felony and living apart for five years The pa pers were sent to Frankfort today to be served upon Youtsey and the divorce will be granted without oppo sition p Butler County Man Owes 869826 A petition has been filed in the i United States court at Owensboro by creditors of Clifton E Chlldress But ler county asking that ho be ad judged a bankrupt Thd petitioning creditors are the Belknap Hardware company Robinson Brothers and company S Shaplnsky and company of Louisville The creditors claim that the defendant owes debts to the amount of 809826 and that his as sets amount to only 3700 Chlldress was a merchant at Reedvllle Butter county The Kentucky Buggy compa Is the only Owensboro creditor hay Lug a claim ot117 The Lcltchflold Clothing company has n bill against the defendant for 13525 The other claims are scattered among various firms in the country THE HUSBAND WAS TURP LOOSE v Examining CQurt Diclined to Hold Moore on Charge of Murdering His Wifer Central City Iy August 24A L Moore husband of Mrs Victoria Moore who was arrested In connec tion with the death of his wife whose head was shot off on Wednesday of last week had his examining trial at Greenville on Thursday morning and brought a number of witnesses to prove that at the time his wife was killed he was in Hopkins county He was dismissed for want of evidence Gene Haley an 18yearold boy who was also arrested In connection with the death of Mrs Moore now lies In thec ounty Jail at Greenville await- Ing his examining trial on Saturday He rfeuses to talk Several store ar rests are expected to be made In the near future as It Is knownno w that Mrs Moore was robbed before being killed she having drawn money from the bank on the day of her death and It has been Impossible to locate this money 300000 Acres Bring only 1137 Nashville Tenn Aug 24More than 300000 acres of lands located principally in the mountain counties of Tennessee was sold at the courthouse door at noon today to Sam Cohen trusteefor 1137 The sale was made under a decree in Chancery in the action of J C Mayfleld against the Southern Land and Trust Compan The company claims the land under original grants much of It Is occupied by squatters who assert paramount titles and the transfer made under authority of the Davidson Chancery Court will not amount to little to an estate In fee simple Surprise Dinner A surprise birthday dinner was given to Mr Joshua Tinsley by his chll drenand friends In honor of his 66 birthday August 19th at his home near Beda Those present were Mr Jacob Shiver and wife Mr J K InsJey Mr J L Williams wife and children Flossie Clarence and Lillian Mrs Mary Liles Mr S D Williams wife and children Rosalie and Lots Mr LD Bennett wlf and daughter Dora E Mr W R Carsop wife and children Jane W R Jr Leland and Cell Misses Mattie TInsley Bertyd Condit Mary Bennett and Pearl Stog ierr Messrs Wf V Tinsley Fred Tins oy WC Lilcs Henry Tinsley B H Bennett John Tinsley and Leonard Insley and Mr Sam Oglesby and wife TEXAS GIANTSTO D TAFT Four Men Assigned to Duty Have Combined Height of Over Twenty Five Feet El Paso TexWhen he arrives In El Paso President Tnft will be placed under the protection of one of the largest guards yet composed of the smallest number of men ever assigned to such a duty All of the four men to be assigned from the El Paso police d Apartment as the Presidents personal body guard while in the city are more than six feet In height thcl total heights being twentyflvo feet three and onehalf Inches They are native Texans but long ago they discarded the broad brim hat common ly worn by peace officers as well as others In the early days and today are attired In metropolitan uniforms The Big Four as they are called are G E Fletcher six feet three Inches C H Haynes six feet three I and a half inches C R Tillmansix feet four Inches and R B Parsons feet five Inches sixI The four are quiet unassuming always to be relied upon when needed R B Parsons the tallest has I had experience in guarding Presidents as he was with President Rosevult when he visited Sherman Tex In 1905 At that time he walked ahead of the Presidents carriage and kept the I way clear all the time while the President shook hands with Col Cecil Lyone National Republican Commit teeman from Texas who was In an Invalid chair at the time Just before the President left Sherman he beckoned to his stalwart guards and said I want to thank you for the kindness you have shown me while in your cityfor the attention you have given mo and the manner In which you looked out for our wel I fareThen the President took my hand says Parsons and shook It until I thought I would have to go and see a doctor to learn If there were any bones broken 1 have been used to handling sonic pretty strong men but that grip of President Roosevelts Will about tho strongest I have ever feK Philadelphia Inquirer New Capitol Dedication in November Frankfort Ky Aug 24The Capitol Commissioners the Frankfort lies iness Mens Club and representatives from surrounding cities discussed the matter of dedication of the new Capi tol at a meeting held here today It wns the consensus of opinion that thin ceremonies should not he held until after the November election so that all the newlyelected Legislators mlgh be presentAttorney General Jamos Breathllt will appoint a committee to select the orator for the occanlon The former State officials and the present Capitol Commissioners will act as a big ReI ception Committee on the occasion Fatal Result of Gasolin Boat Ex plosion Morgantown Ky Aug 23 Redford Turpin Deputy Circuit Court Clerk of I Warren county was killed and several others hurt In a gasoline boat explosion They were transferring gasolln from one boat to another when the explosion took place about ten miles up Green river here Turpin was I taken to Masseys Springs Hotel some 11hence cussionofTuberculosis Tho joint Committee for the various AntiTuberculosis Associations engagIIedecllng plans fpr a State Association has announced that all preparatory arrangements have been made and a conference j ietwene represnetatlves from each county In the Sl4to will bo held late In September at which definite action I will be taken Two Minor conferences toavo already been held between officers of the six Associations which have already been irganlztdfRndthe September meeting t was arranged in order that tho needs ortlie State might be considered from the view point of the citizens of every City and County The proposed meet Ing will be held In Lexington and a- very Interesting and Instructive pro gram has been arranged it is said which will cover a period of two days Some of tile best known specialists of the County will be Invited and the number of public spirited laymen as well as medical men who have signified their Intention of attending has already Insured a most Interest Ing Convention Breckenridge RepublicansName Strong Tieket McQuady Ky Aug 23The Repub cans of Breckenridge county met In a delegate convention In the court house In Hardlnlburg today and nom hunted the following strong ticket to be voted for at the November election For Representative Dr S P Parks for County Judge L L Wagner for County Attorney Jesse Eskridge for county Clerk Herbert M Beard for Sheriff Dennis Sheeran for School Superintendent Andrew Dusklll for Jailer W J Hall for Assessor GRO Royalty tor Circuit Clerk Clint BrodyThe Democrats met some time ago and put out a full ticket at present the Democrats hold the county offices But iOVWlllson carried the county by a majority of 350 and last year Taft carried the county by 545 so the Republicans are going to make n vigor ous campaign and carry the county by 11II1jorltI are being made to vote In this county in Nov District have asked for a vote and It Is likely It will be voted on In all districts In the county GREEN RIVER DRAWBRIDGE COMPLETED Structure Ready For Use On the Madisonville Hartford Eastern Railroad The draw bridge over Green river at Similllious on tho Madisonyille Hurtford Eastern railroad hud beiii completed and turned across the channel Boats approaching this bridge are completed to give the usual signals toy the bridge to ho turn ed Work on the new road on which trains will soon be In operation to Mullsonvllle is progressing nicely uul it is believed by promoters they will have trains running Into that city In the early fall Several miles of track have been built out of Madl sonvllle and the crew of men on the Hartford end of the road are rapidly laying steel toward that city WHITESVILLE- Aug 21Mr Berry Evans who was tiaysIngohis home here after a few days stay lit hospital In Nashville Mr Evans was skinned and bruised considerably but was not hurt seriously Evans and Stinnett of this place are the own ers of the mill- MrPalmer Weddlngwho was shot by robbers at Keller Okla arrived hero Friday morning and was Interred at the Catholic Cemetery Friday evening The protracted meeting at tho Chrl I Ian church Is meeting with great success Already have thirtyone addi tionsWe will soon have two nice new buildings Mr Haffeys new store and the new bank in operattlon Miss Pearl Howard Ralph Is Visit ing Miss Ruby Pate this week Meat the fine German Coach Horse died last week Meat was a very fine I horse and was sold to a company hereabout three years ago for 2400 1IIsIdeath was due to strangulated Mr Boone Hinton Is running stage on the route between here 1j Dwensboro This makes two on this route Mr James Fuqua and wife have gone to Mo where Mr Fuqua will accept will Mr a positionIthe near future Tobacco is tiring and Is being rapidly cut on that accout- Mr Charles Hardesty who has had county The Kentucky Buggy company able to be out g lnII t V OLD CITIZENPASSES AWAY Mr Andrew Buskell Died on Last Saturday of Heart Trouble On the 14th lnstMr Andrew Buskll a highly respected citizen of our town departed this life leaving a wife two sons and a Itfrge circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn their loss says the McLean County News For several years Mr Duskell hind been a sufferer of heart trouble but had borne hsl affliction patiently un til the end came The deceased was born In Madison rllle Ky Feb 1 1836 and was seventy three years old nt the date of his deathAHis two sons Arthur and Bert Bus kellllve In Texas Arthur In Houston and Bert at Big Springs In 1885 Mr Buskell professed faith In Christ and united with the Methodist Church In which he remained a consistent member until the day of his death The funeral services wore held at the rseldence on Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock and were conducted b Rev R H Hartford The Interment was In Oak Hill Cemetery NARROWS Aug 25Mr and Mrs A R Ran frow and daughter are In Arkansas this week where Mr Ucnfrow Is en gaged In business Mrs Nora Mldkiff and children of Lexington who have been visiting rein lives here for the past few weeks returned home Sunday Mr J H Thomas wife and children visited Mr Noble Bean and family Sulphur Springs Saturday and Sunday Little Miss Grace Renfrew is the guests of her grandparents Mr and Mrs Mark Renfrow Sunn dale Mr J H Thomas was in Owens bore and Henderson Thursday and Fit darItown Wednesday Mr J Walker was in Owensburo Monday Several from liars attended Ute camp meeting at Davidson Sunday night Dr W L Lawlace was In Horse Branch Saturday and Sunday Mr Cicero Gul vwhu Is danger ously ill of typhoid fever Is no bet ter OLATON Aug 26Wss Ruth Davidson lies sic and Rose Smith were the quests of Misses Otha and Nora Patturon in the country Sunday Rev J C Chappie and wife Owens boro are the guests of relatives near town Mr L IL Hoover and wife Frieda land were the guests of J D Cooksey Sunday Mr L Hopper out familyof were the guests of relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Mr Jesse Felix Hertford Is the guests of his father near Olaton Mrs Hannah Hopper has returned from Owensboro where she spent sev eral days the guests of relatives Miss Maude Miller spent Sunday with Misses Monlebelle and Edna Mc DanielMiss Ella Cummings spent Sunday evening with her frlendMlss May mac Cooksey Rev J C Chappie preached at the Baptist church Sunday night and will also preach here Sunday and Sunday night Messrs A H Stewart Morgan S Pattersan and John Stone attended the Masonic meeting at Pleasant Grove Saturday night and report a pleasant time Mr A H Stewart and wife and chll dren Innh Donulo and Delmer were the guests of Mrs Stewarts parents Sir and Mrs C C Raymer Select Saturday and Sunday It Is reported that school at Payton twoIied by Membraneops Croup or diphtheria that vicinity last week Iin Mr and Mrs D B Young of Yea Ky but formrly of thels place lost their house at that place by fire one night last week Also n house occupied by Mr Charlie Cotton and Family near Frledaland was destroyed Sy fire recently lIrCotton was In Olaton Wednes r day and was given many household articles food and clothing by the good people of Olaton Mrs Melvlna Hall spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of her son Mr James Hall and wife of Payton School HouseMaster Carlisle Smith Louisville Ky Is the guest of relatives near town FAIRVIEW Aug 25There was no Sunday school at this place last Sunday ow ing to ho absence of the Superinten dent Mrs Laura Carter and daughter Miss Myrtle Narrows spent the day Tuesday with their cousin Mss Bes sie K Acton Mr and Mrs C C White visited their nephew Mr C W White and family near Mt Vernon Monday Miss Bettle and Annie Myers spent the day Sunday with their nelces Miss es Maude and Dora Faught Little Miss Eva White visited her friends Mrs Effle Myers and family Tuesday She was accompanied home by Master George Myers Mr C C White Is about through cutting tobacco Rev T J Acton visited his sister Mrs Florence Dean Sun nydale Tuesday of last week Miss Corena White entertained w few of her friends one night last week In honor of her slsteenth birthday Among those present was Mr Alec Gilmore Mrs Mary Wright Is seriously Ill as tho result of a severe fall she received several days ago FOR THE BUSY READER Glenn H Curtlssthe American avi ator lowered the record for the cours at Rhelms France circling the field to his aeroplane In a little over eight and a half minutes The distance Is six and onefifth miles M Paulham a French aviator shared the days honors with Curtiss S Judge Ito detto In the Circuit Court atC harlcston W Va Issued an in junction restraining till State and county officials trout enforcing tile two cent tare law against the Norfolk tad Western railroad Tho cmmn holds the law U unconsnhuilunul nod b oonfiscutory on Its face Sal- The requests of manufacturers of blenched flour that no further solzuwt nf blenched Hour 1m made until a test case hits been decided were refused following a conference between Wade Ellis acting Attorney General and Dr H F Dunlip of the Pure Food Board of the Department of Agriculture SMALLHOUS Aug 24Mr Ira Cox while working on ire R R bridge across Green river on the M H E railroad tit Smallhous was seriously hurt by falling from the bridge He has a bro ken nose a broken arm and both wrists thrown out of place The leaders and mussels were turn from hlf- right wrist Dr Smith of Centcrtown was immediately summoned and at last account ho was resting very wellMrs G R Bishop of Arkansas la visiting friends here Mr Kirtley has returned from Hart ford after a weeks stay there In Dar nards store Miss Onm Maddox who spent last week In Beaver Dam returned home SaturdayQuite a crowd attended church at Smallhous church and the Sunday School entertainment Sunday Rev A F Gordon Russellvllle who has been in our midst several days returned home Monday evening Miss Ethel Hunter left Monday for a visit to her sister Mrs J S Trun nell and other relatives and friends at Utica Mr A A Porter and wife who have been at Smallhous for several months loft Saturday for a trip to the Mam moth Cave and will go from there to their home in Georgia Little Miss Ree Igleheart has fevers Marlon Balls and family moved in our midst from Cente own Mr and Mrs Blackburn are going to Carrollton to reside they will keep hotel in the Bruce House Miss Vera Faught has returned from a visit to tier aunt Mrs Alfred Pierce Poseyville Indianan Little Miss Ethel Barnard of Hartford Ky was the guests of her unr cle Mr John T Morton and wife last Sunday r I 1 1- t 4 j M o 4II1II fU4 MINE FOREMEN Will HOLD CERTIFICATES List Includes 357 Under the State Law of 1908 Of these 96 are of the Merit ClassThe Examination is Now On Lexington Ky Aug tThe State Mlae Inspectors office at Kelltuck SUIte Untverstty is constantly oosleg ed with requests fur Information rega d- Inf none rortruttU tttth certificates and has prepared I list of the 35i men holding eertUtcales under the law of 1901 making It unlawful for mines In- thl State to employ foremen without certificates The certificates are In two classes however one being called service cer- tUlcatet Iesited to mine foremen who head f ned ae tech for at best four years prior to March 20 1900 and woo went ontltlrtl under tilt law to recefr- oaatiflate wlthuut xamlllaUon Therl aN at preent 211 such oertlflcate Mid In Kentucky The other ciao comprise what Is knows as merit eertltiates glvat after prutleal examination as to abtil- and protioleacv by the State boars i ofezamtoenofmine foremenoompos- ad of the eMH Inepeetor of mlne5i tad two uslstaat These In ao particularly sought by coal eperawrs a partll list or namet- of those hotdlnc this clas or cerUrt iata with their addrellift Is given IIIIow from the lieta prepared by Inspect Norwood which contain the adI holes of the entire SeT TIle eleventh examination for miDI I foremen W saw being conducted here sad within thr next wewk some addl tlottrz will doulltlHS be made to the merit Itet AI111 twenty melt are being examined Foremen In thIs see dolt hohiteg merit eertiflcttes are lliism AIIrerolllbil Drakesboro- 4uhleaberg county W J Arnold trsesvllle 1 M Clirdwell IJraktsfJo1 r Muhlenherg county 0 It Chat field Ashland A J Mercer Puwder I Muhlunber cuuuty DArcy Stew rt rt Millar Oll4JrlJ Davless count 1allmrt Sfyer rowderlr sty Varner Rich tuhlnbergj hlenberg eouuy G1flrge tral City uhltmlJlrg county feller Taylnr Mlned OhIo c waty- in DrvIs rakefolboro Muhlenberg sty rhIJ4 I htldls McHenry Ohl at Jar Glancy Contrll City desherg envoy T 1 Ilarvey- nfmar Ohlu arantyt Y F Harvey rnuan Ohl anmty Chas lleu Central Cry Muhlenberg count D Jonez Slatuunis Ohio county R- arkeck i Graham r David utkilili Mercer IuhlellI coatdy n A ttoodburn Central p tublflllhpr C1U1I- 1eIIdW throe there acre iiinny minI tenon to thlr district who by rOIl or ttlllr lung years or experlnue- or entltlil tl certincates without mlnklbn AWUJ whom lire on JUIH Andrew Thotpa GCI th or Ots c uty Ike MEHDENHALLS ill and Fever Tonic as general tonic for tired ling and malaria The Vampire fur grlllllfr bars In their littleboy- S reading la JIIfaKhlollld geugra- us of lrnldetl rOIelllll and Savage sts ruuIlI1 licrlpllhrK or lions ti- s and crocodiles cheerfully exciting inure tlllill JIU rblvering yutu4 r at thu dread moment of blowlllg Tile hI1lIloI CUlIIII wished Iw- I never heard uC that uucauny and tnting nuuser the vutpiru which towed us vietlnt to his very irons l led and III the darkness Idl ell II d hIm to death UII lie slept elence has long modified this fear to lula The amillflthe blood king bat or Suth AnterlcaIs not t huge IUHIIrlng horror he was once detect Ile I but a little fellow aged carnivorous mous nod he s not slat ilia vlclllllK Out hell suck bawd end Is tin extremely uhlesome nuloi1Jtce The late Rich I Spruce la bid Note or n Botanlllt the Amazon and Andes tent of I experience wIth the creatures whIch tlcularly hilested his houie ul Sao oriel Whell I entered lt lIe relates Ire were large patches of drledull oil on the fllOr wlich had beron i ton from lilY predecessnrs hr thnsei- Jnlght IJloodlellcls and my two mere attacked the first nglht one IIC- 1m havlllg wounds on the ends or- If toes three on one foot one on- t other The same has Happened Iry night slide and the bats do not p at tine tuet but bite occasionally itj I r IILA1b111t Ji 1fIi on chiriand t reh ren AaI wear Itockigga atalght wrap myself well la my blanket and cave r my face with a bandkerchler I htito escaped being bitten but they often come to my hammock in search of a vulnerable point Surgeons boast or their palniess operations nowadays but the vain plre beats them all I have never met a person who was awakened by a I vampire lilting him but several bar had the vampire fasten on them whet awake and these confirm the account of the animal fanning wIth his wing while suckIng The wound shows a round pIece of the sklnflen the whole thickness land wIth some flesh besides as once happened to myselftaken completel I opt as Ir cut out with a knife At the house of a neighbor where the children had been much tormented by the vampires tlr family cat I which had become an expert mouser I for such winged prey was allowed to- i remain In their room and quickly assumed the duties of guardian Every I night as soon ns the children lay r down she took her post by theIr 1 tam i mock and no vampire alighted there I afterward expecting at the Instant ror- felt of Its lifeFrom the Youths Con panlon Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stote a chlI- war veteran or Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grate to cause his death I constricted a stubborn cold he wrltea that developed a cough that stuck to rue In spite or all remedies for years My welghtran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh lS itounds for serer Colds obstinate Coughs Hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent Pneumonia Its unrivaled We and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m Tariff on LumbEr There Is considerable said regarding tbe lumber Tariff The people have been made to believe that the Tarlfl- n lumber costs the consumer more for his lumber As a matter or fact If the Tariff should be taken on umber no farmer would buy n board a single dollar cheaper unless there hould come a panic which would sto all building operations At present Ihl lumber supitly from foreIgn coun trios comes chiefly front Canada And Ihe Canadians are on to their job They have adopted regulations which Ilrahlbit the exporting of saw lugs to the States to be manufactured Front 1901 to 1909 Canada sent into the United States more than three billion feet or manufactured lumber vat fed at over slxtfour million dollatH but not a saw log does she lot come oer And now the same regulation- S to he ndoptd Ifl the Item of pulp wood The wood must be converted Into paper In Canada That country wants the whole thing Site wants OUI markets In whIch to sell her nanufactured products but she will not recplrocate The reason why lum bel would not be cheaper were the Jarlrr taken uU Is IICCIIIIe this caun- ry Is already hIking the muuufac tiring lllaclt or Canada Tnko the Tariff off and It would put just the amount of the Tariff reduction Into icreaeed prices or stumpage crown iueji and Increased protlts to the uanufaclurr and dealer A greatly ncreased product would of course end to reduce prIce Ir the market houlll lit glutted but the increased lrodul t isnt to he lutd In fact the vallnble supply In Canada Is dlDltn thing rapidly sow These things Ire easy to understand it any ono Illsires the facts It is the Tariff rolslolI downward yelper who does 1I0t know the first principles ot the tiltuatlol1 and Is simply trying to be frog the peopleBay City Mich Na tlunal Farmer Notice TO WHOM IT MAY CQNCERNf- m inforued thut In a nunibet ot pro cinelli In Ohio county the citizens are niakhig efforts to have the stock flufBtlon submitted at the coming ovember election In older to save time and trouble I take this method of Inronnlng such persons that under the law I cannot order an election for this rail In any procl1lct where an olectlrm on the stock question was hold In iii As the election fell on the seventh tiny ot the month that er and will this year be held on the IIcclud day of the month the tour elllll will not have clalscd The fol 10wll11 section from the statute Is iojed herewith to make the con diliolls plaln In any district districts or count la whIch II vote Is taken under this law another vote shall not be laktn until after the expiration four yeats front the time the llvote was takellIRespectfully w n TAYLOR J O C C C J 4 = Gf DESERTED VILLAGE ri NOW RECLAIM D Old Village Now Summer Resort With EightyTwo Inhabitants IJ In a gorge close down against the Inuer base of FIrst Mountain Davll Felt In 1845 began an enterprlsothat years after gave New Jersey her dese ted village lie owned a blank honk and stationery store In DooklnI SUIIIplyel Magazine he built a factory In the bottom or the narrow gorge and at the blurt edge of the level above he placed for his enilloes several commodious houses whose back windows looked shger down upon the factory 20 feet below He told Thomas Stead that he has two barrels of specie to start with and as land was cheap lumber allun dant and his 600 or 700 acres or dressed stane at hand In the ruins of a powder mllt dating from the war of 1812 he built spaciously and well smiled upon the hidden vii lageIThe civil war changed the course of lire for the little community New Orleans was cut off by the blockade i and David Felt despairing over the loss or business sold out before the war was over The place passed into unsympathetic hands deteriorated as the Inhabitants moved away and In the early ins was known the countryside over as the deserted village The great waterwheel rotted down the little stream that had furnished th power beIng neglected slipped back Into Its old bed In the bottom of the gorge The acres of farm land that lay broadly between the First and Second mountains were covered with weeds I Only the shade trees profited by the neglect that was over all and grew Into stately proportions The natural beauty of tpe spot coulledI with the lure that attaches to ted village drew to It the curIous to gaze through the broken windows Into the empty houses stroll through the great factories stripped of Its machinery and silent and to eatplclllc lunches under the noble trees on the unkept lawns ItIsToday this Is changed a summering place for thefortunate The creaking doors have been fixed the buckling rlLors repulred the seal Ing paint renewed the overgrown lawns mowed the broken windows mended and now securely hidden In this quiet nook there Is n population of eighttwo Army Deserter Caught The Owensboro Inquirer says James W Payne a deserter from the United States army was arrested here by Deputy iheriff J C Burl In Teddy Moseleys saloon Payne admit ted that to was the man wanted and said that lie was glad that SIrHarl Hot hint its lie was coulllderlnH glv lug himself ill for lap felt like lie was belllG hunted at every step lac look Oeputy Sheriff Hail hid re elved a warraut for lab arrest along with a picture of the deserter and nn- hlentlrlraUon of hint from Fort Merer Wyoming where he was stationed before he deserted Payne was reared In the eastern part or the county and by this Infer nuttlon they thought that lie would finally come back to Davlets county lie stated after lie was arrested that ho had not been In town tl day when arrested He enlisted In Fob ruary nud deserted June H- He was lodged In Jail awaiting orders from tile military authorities Its probable that lie will ho sent to Ft Thomlls Deputy Sheriff hart will receive a reward of 50 for the cap ture of rayno CASTORIAFor anta and Children nKind Yoa Nara Always BDllbt- JJars the SgnMuro or Womans Home Companion for Septsmber A big section of the unusually big tuntber Is devoted to fashions Ex pelts In Paris and faml tot tailors and mllllner In the United states havwlth Oraco Margaret Ooulds knowledge of the American wonulUS- tnstes made the issue one that women wlll preserve for ninnyy muutnsNut only gowns coats hats and Waists but the Important little things shoes hosiery rabrlcs trimmings colltnres nil are exhaustively bandied There are plenty or good stories in the Issue for these last hot days tories by Octave Thllnet Mrs John VAn Yorst Katharine Holland Brown fary Heaton Yorse and others Ulul LIgJoJ iN Mraed JiSJlBee Moat- gomerygFlagg and Al r Stephens Kte Degglas Wlgsina serial story ot thei Susanna and Sue Is also In this issue For the fheatergoer Walter Prichard Eatons Article rhe Decen4 Stage will prove a splendid guide ghjng a list or the good clean successful plays that wUlappear outside of New York this fan In Reluctant Parentage Dr Woods Hutchinson startles us with new Ideas about the Race Suicide question He shows all the asptct8 or this big problem and eventually proves that It Isnt really a problem at all Marion Harland Ifn her pilgrimage through Europe has met Little Boy Blue and tells his sad little story William H McElroy contributes a number of stories about Edward Everett I Halo that have the charm hu mor and sweetness that pervade every thing connected wIth Doctor Hale We hear constantly the cry that our daughters are being taken from home hut seldom a plan to bring them back Katharine Egglestonsar tlcle In this Issue suggests a plan and 4 a good one- There are a number of articles that should be cut out and pasted In scrap books The Successful AquarIum How to Make CandleShakes Fur olture Made at Home Small Fruits The chlldrens department Is even bigger than usual There are many I 14handcookIng pages are full of new Ideas and all the other regJJlar departmentsiare as good as they I QUICKS oioo PILLS i1 Will cleanseyour liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man r girds Nature The great suoceaa of Dr Pieroes Golden MedlCAlD taovery des curing weak stomachs wasted bodies weak lungs and obstinate and lingering coughs b based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that Golden Medical Discovery supplies Nature with bodybuild hog tiuue repuring muscle making materials is con dated and concentrated form With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food build up the body and thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs The Discovery etablihea the digestive sod nutritive organs in sound health purifies ed enriches the bloodnd nourishes the nervesIn short establishes sound vigorous health it year dealer offers something lust BII ood f- It is probably better FOR HIMlt pays better tint you lire thlnking of the euro not the profit so theres nothing lust liS good for you Say so j Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser In Plain Engllsh or Mod Idne Simplified 1008 pages over 700 illustrations newly revised uptodate EditioDtpaperbound sent for 21 onecent temps to cover cot ofmailing 31stamps Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I IV 14 1Ol II tI NWt GET OUR PRICES ON= 1 Barre and Quincy Granites Also Italian and Vermont Marbles AND STATUARY WORK THE THOMAS MONUMENTAL WORKS Hartford Ky WA nRW AMrIf1J1lf Believing that the people of Ke tuckyIowill be interested in the organization of the Jl Citizens r NationaldNy I Nw i11iret I r r insurancetCompany Believing that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week First week August 2 jt 10696000 k k- G1 Total Second week August 9 A 20024000 S Total Third week August 16 345000 00ri ti 1 rTotal Fourth week August 23 j 469 46000 j IJ If you are interested fill outand mail this coupon W fL GREGORY TlUIi LlCAr OFFICE HAIIToltD Ky Louisville Ky me full information as to the CITIZENS LIILINSURANCE COMPANY J Nalllerri iE r 1 Addreai tI i r i ic i IiiiTitiirJ 1i Fair TTW Fair i t T Where At Hardiusburg Ky i I BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY FAIR i Ladyttfee No deductions See the highest diving dog in the world Every day big your exhibits ready Come and join us Meet your friends Races each day 3Manypremiums Liberal purses Great shows + FOR APPLY TO Ift R Sec Hardinsbug 4444j9c41 J1 4M4 i ARE Equity Soeiety Ratifies the j Winchester Agreement Adopt Pooling Pledges and Fix Prices At Bowling Green Meeting Bowling Green Ky Aug 20 The Tobacco Department of the American Society of Equity and the state Ex ecutive Board of they American So 1Jclety of Equity their la bore and adjourned at 5 oclock this 1 morning after being In sesslun all night 4The meeting was successful and Ila differences between the Burley Society and the A S of by accepting and ratifying peace proI posttons made by Burley SocietyI at Winchester last week position was submitted by wire by Congressman Cantrlll from George- townI and It Is said the agreement per mlts members of the Burley Society ywho are members of the Society of Equity to pool their tobacco with either organization they desire Officers were elected as follows EL Davenport Cisney Ky president IL F Ray Indiana vice president If S Pirtle Hancock county Ken tucky secretary At the meeting yesterday afternoon the constitution and bylaws were amended and a pooling pledge for the i Equity members of the Burley district was submitted and adopted This pledge fixes the price of tobacco of average quality at 15 cents per pound unless twothirds of the owners of the tobacco In the pool shall by vote otherwise provide Ev cry signer shall hive the right to prize and store his own tobacco un der reasonable conditions The signer pledges himself to pay as lIquldat aed damages n sum equal to 20per cent the value for anY breach of contract and the provision Is made that the pledge shall not be binding unless 70 per cent of crop Is pledged on or before November 1 It was provided that In other tobac co districts the district unions should be permUted to form their own con tract The meeting was called to order by President E L Davenport of the Na tional Tobacco Growers Asslclatlon of the American Society of Equity There was a good attendance ot the tobacco growers from Kentucky In diana Ohio with one from Wisconsin I THE PLEDGE The pledge adopted by the tobacco department for the Burley growers Is l identical with the one now used by the Amtrlcan Society of Equity mem here In the Burley district and reads 1as fo11os We undersigned for and in consideration of the beneftsto be de rived from having our tobacco hand and sold by the American Society of Equity tobacco growers union do hereby pledge to said Union the num q her of acres of tobacco set opposite names grawndutltg the season of 1989 which constitut sour en 1 tire crape and do It our agent for the purpose of receiving I grading hiindung and Belling the Asame on su lit rms as said un f I L r T T T W T TT M 3 J1 concluded constitute Ion may prescribe In accordance WIUl Its charter and bylaws Proylded that the said union shall not sell or otherwise dispose of any of said tobacco for less than tho minimum price of 15 cents per pound for an average crop In good order ex cept upon an affirmative vote uf two thirds of all perwns voting who have tobacco pooled with this union after due notice Every person signing this contract shall have the right to prize and store his tobacco but It shall be stored in the county where It Is pledg ed unless agreed to In writing For any breach of tills contract by sale of my tobacco by me I hereby bind nryaelf to pay as liquidated dam ages to said union n sum equal to 20 per cent of the value Ilt the time of sale of tobacco pledged by me Persons who sign this pledge shlill be hound therebyy unless person owning iO per cent of the Durley tobacco grown In year 1909 sign the same on or before November I 1909 provided that upon u twothirds affirmative vote of those voting who have signed this contract n pool may bo declartd though less than 70 percent of 1905 crop of Burley tobac co be pooled No officer or other person In anyway connected with this union shall ever be raid n salary exceeding 5 000 a year In the other districts each organ Ized district was authorized to drat Its own form of pledge Beware of Ointments for Cat arrh That Contains Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange whole system when enterln It through the mucous surfaces Suet articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do Is ten told to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarr Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mueous surfaces Qf the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get genuine It Is taken Internally tnd made In Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per mottle Take flails Family Fills for constipation m Mrs Christiana McDowell Dead Mrs Christiana McDowell 82 years of age and wife of Patrick McDowell died at her home In Youngstown 0 on Saturday Aug 14 1909 She leaves a husband and twelve childrenthree daughters and nine sons The latter areal known Iii steel mill circles laving had great success In that bus ness Tltey occupy positions of much prominence In the industrial world I Mrs McDowell was born la Ireland and was a slater of the late William and Isaac Foster Qf this county She was the mother of Robert McDowell of ncllalre Q who is wen known In this county ore McDowell visited friends and relatives In Kentucky wentyfive years ago All who knew herw111 regret to learn or her death ri five weeks Blood poison front a spill is kite caused large deep sores to over lilf leg The doctors failed SalvacoIe niiL bolls burns rind pllel its supreiitet- ic at aU druggists 91 WONDERFULLY FAMOUS OLD WA60 Has Hauled as Much Money as There is in all the World People In Washington who dally pass the Treasury Building and se backed up to Us curb an old van of wagon drawn by three patient white horses do not realize the Intimate link that this conveyance hears to all money there 1s They are not aware that every piece of paper money that every Individual In Uirite States has spent or hoarded In tho past 2G years has first ridden In that wagon They do nut know that theI sum of money this wagOn has haule Is equal to all the money there Is In the world today The old wagon Is a great cnrloslty but modest withal It plies regularly between the Bureau of Engraving and Printing and the Treasury alwaY2 loaded down with rectangular packages of 12U1 pounds each In ever package are 4000 bills If the bills arc of lower denomination the package Is worth 4000 If of highest 10000 It Is worth 40000 000 The package of this great value once rode In the wagon It would take a string of hay wag one 20 miles long to hold mon y that has passed through this old van If packages were piled one on top of other they would make a moo ument 15 miles high It the bills were placed end to end the string would he 250000 miles long or equal to ten times distance around world They would carpet a road 50 feet wide from New York to San Francisco Their weight In coal would supply the average family with fuel for 250 years Had an expert begun counting this money In days of Columbus lie would have beet halt through when Mr Taft was Inaugurated AU these and many more stupe taus facts might bo cited with reference to the old money wagon Yet It roes unnoticed it Washington and not one citizen In a hundred re tllze that any Interest attaches tot Few people In Kentucky ever saw Mammoth Cave native of Arizona has never taken the troubluo to visit Grand Canyon nOt New Yorkers Niagara The gold of De Soto was al was a little farther on The land of ones desire Is that to which he con not possibly go Therll are realms of romance without end but no man ever confeJlsed to living In one Its human nature that the unreality of distance Is the haze that makes all things Interesting Children Cry FOR The CoOppearUYe Telephone Meeting Which was hold In Centertown last Friday vas a great success hr every llartlcular The town waS well represented and eVlerl11od prsnl1t took an active part In the proceedings The Centortown CoOperative District Tclel1hono Company was organized and officers and directors elected The umber of subscrIbers enrolled was Z and the subscription committees In county ftavo not yet been heard tlom which w111 undoubtedly yA N swell the number to double or treble that already enrolled A meeting Is set for next Saturday Aug 28th at 1 p m Everybody Interested Is urged to be on hand at that meeting as we want to organ Ize as many local companies and lIncII all possible at that tinfe- It you are Interested In an ex change being Installed anywhere have your local secretary to write to rue giving the wishes of your local In de tall and the number interested In putting In telephones and I will nrllJlge to meet with other local compan- Ies at the central point where chi board Is to be Installed and myseh and otlllr members of the telephone company will lend you all ussist ancee we possibly can me again urge everybody who can to be present at Centertown next Saturday at 1 p m With best wishes I um Yours truly E G AUSTIN Prentls Ky CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever GuaranteedI In Memory Of our darling baby Golda May Hill whom God called to Heaven Juno li 1909 Age Ii months and 10 days Dear little Golda how we miss you I Yet we know that God knew best When he called you from our bosoms To that land of perfect restII 1Vhibe our hearts and homes Is sadi I Your der voice and footsteps well hear no more j sweeterlWith You were the pride of our hearts and home ITwas so hard when on angel whis- peredI Dear little Golda God says come I IDearest darling how we miss you so hard to good bye Yet we hope to meet and greet youIIn that Home beyond MOTHER S H Chliarn Cry FOR I I I The Bigness of Things To American poUtican we seem the greatest people because we have 10 many votes The builder and con tractor come to same conclusion be- ause we want so many townhouses I I nnd country places to contain us I Then theres the circumstance that there Is a large balance of trade In lour favorlt Is In our favor Isnt It I At any rate Its large Greatest were I In aU things and not least In Hlze Lafcadio Hearns marvelous deB rittopn of New York a city walled up to sky and roaring like the I Hca depends for much i fectlvenoss on bigness In n6mberaand money In that block on the right there dwell nine thousand souls the tenants of the edUlcq lacing It pay the annual rent of n million dollars Seven millions scarcely covered the cost of those bulks over looking the square beyond and there are miles ot such The American Is a bit llroud that his railroads kill more per sons annually than other peoples railroads tndn Bert fortes How auto claus Came to Sandy Dar the 011 5irt Q i a Ky the the the the the the led our the own not the the the the the the the the the the the the the the the the the ynu the Let say the the the the q Artistic Wall Paper selected with view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the cheerfulness and beauty of your home than allelse q ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER u the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in pattern andprice q Samples submitted and estimates furnished upon request W D LUCKPAINTING AND DECORATING 116 Main Street Hartford Kv S S S SS 0 Central City Auction II IAuctiondise solicited You CUll pay raIlroad fare and save big money I BIG SALE OF CLOTHING NOW ON Z O KING Auctioneer Cex1trrlil City ICy POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition competitors by not accepting that he teaches more ldookkeepjng in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it iQ THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOmS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE INCORPORATED EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS Sierra Avalanche remarks with pen Hive local pride Au area as large as the State of Mnssachusells Is now under water I You and 1 have a great deal of pensive kcal pride pad that Is as It thlngslandthe things tbemselves Thus the newspaper editor convinced that the I 1 TT 7 Aug 313 Days Fair CATALOGUE DAVID MURRAY DIFFERENCES HARMONIZED UpI FLETC- HERSCASTORIA MENDENHALLS FLEcC- HERSCASTORIA Wall Paper a House GOOD BOOKKEEPINGDraughons I I United States Is the only place fairly Inhabitable can with a clear consciou Inhabitable can with t clear conscience print accounts of grafting Governors and itchinG Congressmen It pleases him and he thinks It may please his readere this thought that rotten as old Europe Is we are more rotten when wo auuly ourselves to itWarren Barton Blake In September 1lpplrlcotts r i r Hartford Republican tared ucordisg to Ian a tM PCMtO- mceJlart K7 uma saner of the Mcoa4 deC BARNETT EDITOR rsossO- umbg 9O- Rough 22a11e FRIDAY AUGUST 27 i I REPUBLICAN TICKE- Ti i RepresentativeW S Dean I For Circuit ClerkE G narrus For County JudgeR R WeddIng For County ClerkWeS ThalerI For County Attorneyc For SherlUT 1L Black I For Asseswr13eraard Felix I For School SuptHenry Latch For JalierW P MldkUf For SurveyorC S 3Ioxley For CoronerDan W King I FOR M51GlSTRATE Hartford DstrlctB S Chamber 1mt2 Beaver Dam Dlstricto E Scott 3 Rockport DlMr1tJobn H Miles I Centertovn DlstrfctJ C Jack oDI6 Rosfne DistrictM C CookI6 Sulphur Springs GmhamIi Fordsrltle DlmictC Y M1es- R Bartlett DIstrlctNo nominee I Some people are going to profit by reduction In duties but It will not be J the fellow who buys things at re tall Judge John 31 Galloway of Bowling Green Is an announced candidate der Judge of the Court of Appeals on the Republican ticket next year Democratic papers continue to speak of Jokers In the new tariff bill if our Democratic friends were to en I act a tariff measure It would be one HUGE JOKE I It Is given out that the food supply is running short In the Roosevelt 1 African camp It Is a poor marksman who cannot supply his own campwith meat I We do not blame those Republicans J In Calloway County for refusing to bwallow a judicial ticket on whichI County Attorney Krone of county Is running for Commonwealth AttorneyIIt must be gall and wormwood to the tobacco trust to wltness the harmony which now prevails among all the different tollllccO organizations and the unanimityy dllplaed In the effort to pool the 1949 crop A good way to determine whether Democratic free trade would be a thing for the peg ple will be to watchI Jar the reduction of prices ot bears and shoos brought about by the placI lug of hides on the tree list It Is again announced that uncle Jee Cannon Is to be retired from Congress This Is the usual hot weather announcement on this subject Ot course when the time approaches for reelection Uncle Joe will be 1nvin- slble In ten days mote the Ohio County Fair will be on and thousands of visit on will come to our t wndlubtlfS many who were neVer here before Let us therefore finish cutting our weeds and gather up till rubbish allover the town and snake It ns Invit- Ing as possible It Is said that the so called progressive Republican members of Con grese have already begun II campaign In the middle west for stJll further reductions In the tariff but their plan is to 0lJl105e a general reduction for willicontentreduce certaIn schedules 1ri other words they propose to kill protection by peace meal There should be no retrograde In the improvement already begun fn Hartford The City Council to be elected at the coming Oovmher election should be composed of men who will continuo the good work until all of our streets I have been macademlzed and a good I sewerage system Installed H who throws obstacles In the way of a sanitary sewerage system for the city of Hartford Is as much to blame for she spread of typhoid fever as It he I bad personally helped to scatter the Germs Hon MtJ Rankin present Commis- bloner of Agriculture Is making a splendid record as II working official He has doubtlees done more for the farmers ot Kentucky than any mall who ever held the position Being kL i1ii a practical ke knowIkeneeI- ofithJ rJ1tar111is and tkresgh its untirlnsladul he ISJlwdR Yllls office what It was Intended by the Jr makersa sure enough std to the soil Important class of our citizenship- Mr RankIn Is extremely popular all state and has been mention canIdldateWith corporate influences that will- be I brought to bear to force blslloml nation It now seems assured that W E Settle will be named by the Democrats for the APpellate Judgshlp In this district The dlstrictwhlcb was until the recent gerrymander RepubU can by a safe majority is now a doubtful district and with the proper man the Republicans can carry It Judge Galiowa of Bowling Green who has made an enviable record as Circuit Judge in the Warren district we OppoInentdoes from the same city he would divide the local pull with Judge Settle thus weakening him very greatly With the people understanding that Settle Is a cOrporatIon candidate It I should not be difficult to rally forces sufficiently to Insure his defeat to November 1910 A banquet will be tendered by proI mnent Republicans from aU over Ken tackat Louisville to Senator Bradley tonight Senator Bradley has made a I wonderful record during the special I session of the Senate In hIs efforts to aid his constituents wherever and whenever their Interests were affected through the new tariff measure Hel commanded respect and consideration I upon his very first appearance In the Senate and It was through his efforts mainly that the revenue tax was removed from tobacco In the hands of the farmer which It Is thought will be a great aid to the tobacco growers In their tight against the trust It Is well to honor the senator In this way and It Is hop ed that an factions of the Republican party will be brought together and universal harmony prevail Inl our ranks throughout the state as a result of this coming together of the lane An Unworthy Example The nonsensical vituperations against Senator Aldrich and Speaker Cannon by the Democrats and a few misguided Republicans Is an example unworthy of the men and newspapers that utter them The power of Aldrich and Cannon Issuch only all Is do legated them by the members ot theIr respective branches of Congress and i Is voluntary But two grounds exist as far as the Tariff prinelple Is concerned men are either for a Protective Tar Iff or for a revenue Tariff It for the former a man Is conaitsenlly a Republican and If he Is for the latter he Is consistently a Democrat There lis no middle ground The Republicans I lid not promise to reduce the Tariff is a whole they promised revision lit the revision results In reducing the enrulns of the Tariff all Is well If I the revision increases the earnings all Is well It the people of the ountry want a revenue Tariff they Tarlrfli govIwaters There Is an Indication that certain Republicans have fallen Into i the theory that the Tariff is a to cal Issue No greater blunder was aver made the Tariff is national In Its scope and no man can be consls tent and view It In any other senf- It matters not the locality ot tho prod act a Protectionist must to be consistent vote to Protect It The fight that Is In progress will align non where they jusfy belong and the future will be cared for by theI najurlly A consistent voter will align himself with the party that represents what he believes and the technical name of the party will be the masthead of the organized effort La Grange to Trlbunc The Hardinsburg Fair The great free act Is only equaled by our Ludy DalloonlstJshe big Roman HIPPOdrome race tauding on untrained horses by Prof C C Clarkat full Speed once around the race track each day of our Fplr Commencing Aug 31st A DareDevil slide for life fr6m the tOI or the Grand Stand by a Ladyy on a slender wirethe most sensational Free act ever given on n Fall Ground each day ilL Hardlngshurg Fair A Lady will give a big Hair raising reformance arid Leap for life on high fringing ladder In midair each days of Hardlnsburg Fair You cant afford to Miss the many features of this Fair See your railroad agent Yor fuJi In formation as to trains low rates AO 1 IALlH The Fan of this eeighberkeec are prepmlll to cut tobaCco School begins at this place Aug 1G with Mrs Ronda Wade teacher CI Master Bryan Mosley has been gait sick the last few days Mr James Patton and Son Mantel Willie visited his Mother Jars Dr Patton Adaburg Sunday I111ss Non1e Taylor Spent a few das last week with her brother Ferd Taylor Ylssclt Minnie and Maggie Wedding Sulphur Springs visited 311ssesa Eva and Georgia Martin Sat and Sun The meeting at the Chri8lan Church closed on account of sickness In the neighberhood- Mr Ronda Wade Is preparing to build a new residence Several from here attenlled the pic- nle at Mogan Saturday Mrs C W Mosley visited I1lrand Greens Sat night and Sun Mrs Elmer Taylor vIsited Mr Taylors parents 31r and1Irlj Frank Taylor Sat and Sunday Mr and Mrs Pete Ralph visited I at J F Taylors Sunday Mrs Sam Edge who has been suffe tUberCO1ivisited at Sam Edges Sunday afterr noon Mr D P Mosley 3ingan visited his Son C W Mosley last week JINGO IAug 2JFarmers are cutting tp In thIs vicinity at thIs writing goodI of wboss Illness we made last week Is improv lag slowly Rev T J Acton Olaton was here Saturday and preached at Concord In the afternoon Rev Daughn preached to a wen fill ed house Sunday Mr A G Murphy and brothcrAdal- phusof this placewere called to Liver more Saturday on account of the serious Illness of their sister Mrs Susan Coghill they reported her Improving Ion their return Sunday evening Mrs H C York and Willie Howard who have been visiting In this part of the county for several days have gone to their home at Linton Ind John I Allen and family South Beaver Dam visited here Saturday an Sunday attcndedISunday Mr J W Carter who has been lIv to Hartford for 2 years has mov ling hack to his faun In the Concord neighborhood We welcome home old neighbor r ROSINE Aug 24Farmers are busy cutting their tobacco FallIton last Sunday Mr Tom Nines and family visited Olr Jim Morris and family last Sunday Mrs Annie Cox and daughter Miss Era and Mrs Edward Duggins of OWltlsboro visited Mrs Artie Hines last Tuesday 1rs Olallsia Monroe and children SundayIMrs Annie Ezell and little daugh ter Stella of Render visited re la tIes at this place the latter part of last week Mrs Mable Bailey and sister Stella are visiting relatives at Fordsvllle Deputy Sheriff J W Martin visit ed Tom Hines Tuesday night Little Valarla and Seorleld Wilson are quite III at this writing AETNAVILLE Aug 31Mrs Cleve loyd and Miss ell Ruth and Clara Loyd of this place were the guests of Mrs J D Howard at Fordsvllle Saturday and Sunday Messrs Jacob Newton annd C1evo- Loyd went to Owensboro Sunday Mrs Lucinda Crowe entertained the yuong folks Saturday night all to port a pleasant time Misses Leona Morgan and loince Rogers of Phllpot were the guests of Miss Nora Morgon Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs Dan Kelly of Qreen- vllle Ky and Misses Ruth andDiae- easeheart of MelIenr who have been the guests of Mc Robert Duncan and family returned home today Mrs Noah Miller of Fordsvllle was r the Pest fitlriLJi 5sns day The people la tiffs commnnity are buss cutting tobacco and hauling coal 3arW H V3nea tins returned home from AUaBUc City Mrs JB Howard and daughter Dorste or Fordsville are visiting at this place Mr and Mrs Robert Lord and daughter Virginia went to FotdBT1l1e Sunday evening GREEN DRIER August 25Mr George White ba resumed his work as teacher of Creed Briar school after a two weeks outIng at EarUng1OD Ky Mr and Mrs A F McConnell returned home Sunday from Central Grove neighborhood where theq have beer visiting Mr Robert Loney who Is very sick of cancer Yrs Ellis Chapman and Misses Edith Wilson arid Othla Chinn visited 3irs Guy Daniel of nearBeaver Dam who Is very sick Sunday Miss Rebecca Shulty of Livermore Ky Is visiting her cousins Misses Corine and CesU3 Shultz this week Miss Maymee Taylor of Wysox l51t- ed Misses Stella and Emma Wilson Tuesday Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Ohio County High School A noted American educator recently said The people of this country will have Just as good schools as they demand and Just as poor schools as they will put up with The peo pie of Kentucky 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 and has left In itsxake not only a burning desire but a firm determination to have better schools Think of the great SUite of Kentucky once stand lug fortysecond In point of education among her sister States Is It any wonder that a whirlwind campaign for better schools Is sweeping over every section or the State When the Legislature wade the provision In Its statute looks whereby count highs schools could be estab- IIsliM In every county a great step toward advancement was made This year we present to the peoplo or Ohio county a flrstcluss high school equal ld the best high schoolln towns ot the same population of any other State In the Union We otter you a course that any university will accept without question and one that will train any boy or girl for the active affairs of life When school opens on August BOth a near era will be marked In the history ofOhio counts education Your boy or girl can not afford to neglect this splendid oppor tunltyand upon the parents should ers rest the educational responsibili ties Let every boy and girl of high school ago enter at the earliest poasl ble moment Our catalogue explains fully the courses expenses etc Board can he secured In private fnmllles for 1260 to 301 Tuition free In the HIgh School to Ohio county pupils holding common school diploma Those who do not hold diplomas will be admitted by examination High School tuition to nonresidents of the county S per nine weeks For full information address Geo E Bailey Hartford Ky LT Hardin DDS HJ Bell DDS DENTISTRYDrs brand new Dental office over the Re publican office 1nliartfold An the latest methods In dentistry We make teeth without the use of the plate We use the highest grade of mater lal and furnish the highest class of work We guarantee aU pf our work Call and see us- Consultation and Examination Free Phone 218 Does not Color the HairIngredients otAi4 4 tlsir Vigor hfallGs nuheihair CUm anderuptions Of scatp- and Glyurin SoothlnihnUap Food to the 1Wtbak- QuWn Aatronatonlcantlscptk stimulant Sodium CMorid Cleanalnf quits lydlatba of wasps Cpikwn IncreN activity of stands San SUmulanttonko Doomestkremedyofhidmettt Alcohol SthuuhnLullseptlc Waler Perfume indentAskhlmration you could use for falling hair or for dandruff Let him decide He bowsoJ a Ana OoKJdY rnen Sr oi A- lit k t M Y oy l WflNstAY September 8th t1 ONLY SHOW TO BE THERE THIS YEAR John Rob1nons TEN BIG SHOWS 14 BIG ai oWILD YtEST3 MENAGERIES MILITARY TOURNAMENT uu I 100 New Acts 100 A 100 Feature Artists 100 Noted Artists Greatest riders Most noted Acobats Famed Gymnasts 50 Clowns 10 Menage Acts Troupe Trained Horses Horse Back Riding Sea Lions Troupe Japanese and Arabst WARREN TRAVISChampion Heavy Weight Lifter Lifting Elephant Holding 12 Men on Platform nhis Chest AlJ wing 2 Big Maxwell Automobiles tQ run over Jhis body SstarsHippopotamus I j Eland Leopard Lions and hosts of Animals Seals Sea Lions 2 Herds of Big Performing Elephants4 DROVECAMELS WATER BUFFALOS ZEBRAS ETC KINGS COMPLETE WILD WEST 20 CoWB68 2onCOty Girls Mexicans and Indians WoundedKnee j fMonkey30000000 Free Street Parade Daily lJU Bands50 Cages10 Tableau Wagons Mounted People Led atoleCavalry Vild West 60 Pontes JOti Horses s Two PerformantesDaily Rain or Shine Doors OpentaDlr7 P Mr0 CHEAP teXqy plONS ON L7HAILROJPS t BEAVDI Wecttesday DAM sC- s ptty j f w i 4 jt J Y 1 rr 1 h JI 1 IiOyS school Suits Our guaranteed Wear Better Corn bination Suits Double breast coat pairs pants plain with double seat knee pair Kickerbocker style wool Chem of yviots lssimere Fabrics in I the newest mixtures The very Thing a goodserviceable school A boy attired in of Wear Better Suits engage in i the most strenuous exercise with= 00SpecialTo prepare your boy for you must have clothing shoeshose new waists etc We are head quarters for school wear wise and investigate stock is rWHE NEED OF ANYTHING TH- E1Fllrllituro and 1Furnishings LineI CALL ON USA- r I I + I Prices the Lowest I Goods the Best I Terms to Suit II CoI I 1II f To Make The HOme Beautiful Does not always xequlre the expenditure ota large Burn of money This dep nds 1ar elyupon judgment taste economy and skill Nohing adds 1 L2more to thti appearance of the home t Fftl an good properly applied Then It and preserves the rx propertythat Is t you buy the right kind The best Is the cheapest Naaurys Is excelled by none Call Ion us for OutsldeFatnt Jneide Paints i Carriage Paint Roof Paint Flexible r Carbon 60 coats per gallon Japalac- IJquldK Veneer and everything In this Er line that makes old things look new- Prescriptions Titled with taro and delivered anywhere In town N HARTFORD DRUG CO f e J a t a I an indestructible boys suit ed two of one and one of j all and for suit one our can Be our IN IN protects Incorpora Hartford RepublicanFR- IDAY AUGUST 27- IIu nolsContral RallroadTlme Table At U0avorDam Ky North Rnnnd Nunlh Hnnn- dlo18rdsiseam JidlfAn1185arml- ollydne12 ipm dne 48 pm- i4le2dn7i8pm Noi81dn848pm- Races each dayFair at Hardlns burg Ky Go to llardlnsburg Fair on train August 311iL c Great FalrHard1 sburg Ky Aug- 31st=3 daIE r Boo the bigadvertlsementotHargd- lugsburg Fair In this paper Come and meet your friends at Har dlneburg Fair We try tq amuse everybody e- Hardinsburg Fair Fine Stock and Great Show Binge I- Hardinsburg Fall See Filipino Troupe of Rat enters at Hardlnsburg Fair Miss Jennie Dell Buford Is the guest of Miss Katie Pendleton city Hardlnsburg K Aug 31st3 days Many attractions at Hardlnsburg Fair Miss Rebecca Shultz Livermore Is 01LikensB Ladles daythird dayat Fair liar dinsburg Ky Guessing contest for LadlesPrizes Born on Monday night the 23d Inst to Mr and Mrs A K Anderson on Clay strcot n boy Miss FannleWhtttinghlll of near Fordsville Is visiting Miss Myrtle WII lams of this city Low rates train to Fair at- HanUnsburg Fall Lady goes up ii- a balloon each day Mrs Emma Hudson and famiI spent Sunday In Iingan the guests of Mrs Lena Acton Many Free attractions at Hardlns burg Fair Athletic Contests for Met and Boys Races each day Mr Gregory Wedding of Indianapolis Ind Is the guest of his fa thor Judge R R Wedding and ralllilr Miss Minnie Renfrowof Bowling Green Is the guest ofM asses Emc and Edith Duke on Fredrlca Street Mr Clarence Barnard has accepted I the vostlon of clerk In the New Com rnerclal lIntel vice Jl lJIll rFslgned- birs Yllrllda DeMoss Hanson Ky Is the guest of her son and daughter Mr and 3lrs Sam T Burnett Mulberry street Hon Alvis Bennett tzetnrned to Louisville Tuesday after a few days visit to his father W G Bennett near Beda Mr D W Stewart Select was the guest of his daughters Mesdames J W OBannon and R E Duke the first of the week Mr and Mrs L T Darnard vlslt- cd Mrs Darnetts parents Mr and Irs J M Drown near Rochesterrrom Friday until Monday IllIsses LUlie Burton Hartford Am- and Laura Tau ot 1lc- Henry are visiting Mr James W Render and family at DrIwell Tox They will return next week via Gal veston Itou want something new for the great Ohio County Fall visit us Ve are just opening up a nIce lot of Ginghams Wool ins ICARSO Mr Carter who has b enI wing In the Mss Lula Walker ress dente on Griffin street for the past few years has bought and moved to the Madison Duke farm in the Concord nethborhood Mr EM Voodward and sister Miss orinne Woodward left Sunday for a few days outing ut the Mammoth Cave They are making the trip In Mr Woodwards Indian canoe which he purchased In New York recently Mr Thomas Ashford died at his home near Rosine last Monday night titer ho had suffered a third con restive chill He was G5 years old at the time of his death He leaves a wife and three children ills remains were Interred In the local cemetery Ysterday Elder Fordfllled regular ap polntment at the Christian Church Taut Sunday morning and evening He received one addition to the church Judge R R Wedding toI whom lie administered the ordinance f baptism nEar the bridge on river Sunday afternoon JtoughI Mr McDowell Fair and McHenry Kywill leave soon for Soddy Tenn where Mr Fall will take the place of manager for n large store at that pluce Mr Fair Is an excellent business man and he and his family leave many friends behind who wish theta much prosperity In their new location Mr Frank Detler after a brief Ill ness of paralysis died nt Rochester Ky Monday His remains were rought tQ Beaver Dam Tuesday afternoon after funeral serTlces conducted by the local lodge of Masons as slsted by members of Hartford lodge ls remains were Interred In the leaver Dam Cemetery Thieves entered the poultry house of Mrs Amanda Barnett near town last Monday night and stole fiftytwo chickens The or thieves were raveling 1n a wagon and carrIed the hlckegs from the hous to the wagon In a sack In thelr haste or by I1ccldent they dropped one ottho sacks- y the henhouse It hadgnechicken- a It The sack had no mari miit- y which It could 1ie1fentlrLed other ban It was almost covered with patches The t fcvery was not dis covered until next morning HarIdIneburgMrs Josle Austin Beaver Dam Is the guest of Mrs F Sandefurcity Sheriff R B Martin Hon M I jeanln and co1C M Barnett wer In Owensboro on business Vcdnesda1 Dr H J Dell returned Wednesday ntteTncon from a few days visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Alec Dell near Buford- Messrs V M Stewart Deda W C and Carroll Smith McHenry and Wntt Stevens SUlphur Springs were among our callers yesterday Mrs AnnioFeii Central Cltyand Heav1rlnMr and Mrs 11 L Heavrin city I The State Board of Election Conml sinners in sessIon at Frankfort on Wednesday of this week appoints Sam T Barnett Republican and A C Yelsr Democrat Election Comnils stoners for Ohio County Prof W R Ucdrlclt has moved wUlt his family from Livermore and Is ac- cupying the Collins residence un I Mulberry street He will begin his i duties ins a teacher IR the Ohio Camt- ty High School next Monday Capt J1I DeWeesc was ordered toi Frankfurt last Monday to nssist In training members of the first regiment at target practice This Is quite compliment for Cllflt DeWelso us of- ly those who have sliown them elves very proficient are detailed for this work Mr William King anti family are the guests of Dr and Mrs E Ii pen dletoll Mr Klllg is an old IInrtfuri boy who has been living In BIrming ham Alabama for a number of years but Is SOUR to become a resident o- fiouisvtlle Ills visit to Hartford hat been very much enjoyed by his many I old friends and they are glad lie 1M going to return with his Interesting j family to old Kentucky j The gradedschool election held at- McHenry last Saturday resulted In faI vor of the establishment of a graded school district The common schoolI distrIcts of McHenry Render Yams are Included In the new grad ed school It will have the largest number of pupils of any graded schoo In the county having at this time about 430 pupils Messrs S J Tich error W C Smith Andrew Thorpe L FrancEs and bL M Bard well were elected trustees The school will not begin Its ex stence as a graded school until next year the public schools hav Inlialrlnll been organized and some of them begun An accident whlchi happened at Dean liros saw null just below town last Wednesday did considerable damage to the machinery and It was n hurtlthat none of the engilyeeH were The trouble was caused by the hrlak1 Ing of the hlll on the governors which allowed the engine to run away at such a high rate of speed that It nused the uxploslen of sureralpulleys- Ord the destruction of the belt on the drive wheel A piece of the machln ry was hurled through the roof mak- Ing a hole large enough for a mans hOdY to pass through It ltnppened that no one of the employees was In line with the big belt or any ofi the shafting which was broken up or scrlous Injury and possibly several lives would have been lost Thomson Brothers W111 give their colt show Saturday tug 28tb 1909 at 3 oclock In the afternoon at their barn Morton Ky 1000 to best colt 500 to secondI lest colt by Bay Leaf Hal toI lest mule colt 500 to second Rule colt by Dill Gladstone i heMtI Washington One Gave to three doctors was kept In bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spud ers bite caused large deep sores to over his leg The doctors failed then Ducklens Arnica Salvo completely cured me writes John Wash ngton of DOSQuevllle Tex For ecie- nn bolls burns and piles Its supreme 25c at all druggists m u I o ID thiDg Nice fYep FROM NOW UNTIl September t I Will Give With Every Doz en Pictures Valued at 300 or Over ONE LARGE PNOTOhRAPH SIZE 14X17 It fw111 be like the small photos you get apd In every respent an o- xctlikeness Dent neglect having pictures made Something may happe anl you wlll always ie ret having put Its oft This offer I am making nables you to get more than your inoneYs worth Better take advantage of It Gallery Is located over- tepublican office In Hartford syours truly I EMORY SCHROETER o it Announcement 1 We are special agents for the- American I ales Tailoring Co Samples now on display They have the greatest line ever shown by one house See their large display advertisement in this months Ladies Home Journaland Delin eatorOur measures and fit are guaranteed by people who make good Thats us You take no risk We back up the goods Ask to see the 400 samples and dependon BARNARD CO Hartford Ky Just in- FromNoo York The Fairest Flowers that ever bloomed in the garden of fashion are our New Fall Suits and Dress Goods Every man andwoman who reads this will please consider it an invitation to drop in and see us The new fall attire is all here We have kept our eyes wide open and what ever is new andattractive from the best designers in the country is found here A man or a woman naturally desires the best he or she can get for the price We keep ourselves con stantly in position to give it to them Come in andsee about all this talk Respect- fullyCARSON CO INconr- otATEblHirtford Ky I Call on the Republican for Fine Job Work S i V1 rt y e M Stts r f t + BillIr 1M N securing tho re I port to both houses of con gress of u tariff bill containing many Important reductions from present schedules of cus toms duties the Taft administration la considered to have scored a notable vic tory President Tnft stood out tnf nacATon WAnnEN placing 011 the free- list certain row materials largely used in manufacture and In bringing the I conferees pretty near to his imlnt oft view on this pubji ct and In securing important reductions In the duties placed on some other articles enter ing largely Into general consumption lie is credited with having curried out ft considerable part of his program The five items which the president desired especially to have on the free list were hides oil coal lumber nnd Iron ore lIe was not allowed to have Ills way on all of these Items but so rured the placing of some on the free list and the reduction of duties from senate rates un others The tight In j Ibe conference room was chiefly over tildes lumber coal and iron ore 011 was admitted from the first to be n proper subject for the free list In view nf the strong sentiment In both houses In favor of such n plan The proposal to place coal on the free list and per baps Iron ore aroused Senator Elkins pf West Virginia in particular and It was owing in part to his influence that n small duty was placed upon fach In the conference report The controversy over hides was the most oJ ICopyright by Cllnedlnst I I BENATOB NELSON W ALDRICII i stubbornly fought of nil the opposi I tion in the senate to this part of uduiiulstrutlou program being thoIly strung The null free hides men cluded the senators from a number the cattle growing status of the west like Wyoming Idaho Montana Utah and the DakoUiu To overcome the jKwltlou of this element proved a OPIcult task and it was In the effort to Ibis that the proposal was mode to ext the placing of hides on the free list by making proportionate reductions In the duties ou leather particularly boots and IDllllufactureliI ness l Senator Aldrlch Informed senators beAthe duty on hides unless there was a material cut In the rates on boots audIshoes and other leather goods lu other way hl said could he get the votes necessary for the adoption of the report In the senate If It curried free hides Senators from cattle raising states Insisted that the only way con sumers can get any benctlts from the removal of protection on tildes be by corresponding reductions wouldI duties ou boots and shows and The discussion over the hides ached ale has aroused some warm blood and there have been many varying state ineuts about the effect of a duty on tides Advocates of making them freed hllll1 that the beef packers are en gaging largely In the tanning bust ness and that n duty on bides would virtually give them n monopoly on the article and result In large Increases In price of manufactured leather prod jienator1 Francis E Warren of ftyomlug who has been a leader among the anti free raw material sent fl9tSj maintained that the fasts did not bear out such an assumption lie cited figures purporting to show that the three largest packers In the Unit td States tan annually 1363000 hides ails number constituting only 7 per tent of tho entire domestic consump lion He denied that the beef packers could control the leather marketI Aa soon as the Hepubllcon conferees I reached an agreement on schedules the completed and corrected tariff bill was tent to the public printer to put In abape for the use of the conferees Then followed the reporting of the filll to the senate and house of representatives and tho beginning of the debate upon its adoption Previous to this both houses adopted thesa states the proposed Income tax amend pient to the United States constitution c lit thirtyfive states ratify the Income tax amendment It will make possible ja national tax on all from nvhnlerer source derlvedrlncludlng tine incomes of absentee Americans tt 0 E L i BARS ON SHEEP Modified by Deplhtmeilt Car goes in Transit Can Be Unloaded Washington Aug 23The quarnn tine recently declared by the United I States Department of Agriculture on the State of Kentucky on account orI the disease known ns stables In sheep has beeu modified ad as to permit the reforwarding in Interstate I j commerce of shipments from other j States of sheep that are free from I stables and from exposure thereto land that in transit through Kentucky are unloaded at points In that State provided such unloading shall haveII for the purpose under the supcrvis otIthat purpose by the chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry The quarantine has also been modi i fled so as to permit the interstate shipment of sheep of States lot- quarantined for scabler which are i exhibited at tho Kentucky State Fair I to be held at Louisville September N 1C8I1IC1I unlloadcdyule Separate shnlllbeing and loading of such sheep atLouls vllle Such sheep shall be hauled in cleaned told disinfected wagons direct from the cars in which they arrive ut Louisville direct to the fair gronds and from the fair grounds direct to the cars In which they are to be reshipped That portion of the fair grounds or other premises to be occupied exclu sively by such sheep shall be cleaned and disinfected under the supervision of an employe of hte Bureau of Anl mal Industry before said sheep are placed therein Such sheep shall not be moved in terstate from Louisville except in cleaned and disinfected cars nor un lees accompanied by a certificate Is sued by an Inspector of the Bureau or Animal Industry showing that the sheep have had no opportunity to become Infected with scabies Tho Secrot of Long Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proved Glee rlc Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purlflesenrlches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cellsimparts life and tone to the entire system Its n godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sherman ot Cushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at all druggists m farmers CoOperative Exchange to be Installed at Centertown Centertown extends a hearty welcome to all the people in the surrounding vicinity to cooperate with us in our telephone enterprise We feel very much Indebted to our friends Iin the south end of Ohio county or giving us a cooperative plan 3y this It Is possible for every farmer although he may live In the re mutest districts and possess but picot ready cash to have a telephone Installed In his house- Arrangements have been made for Installing a nice onehundreddrop ward at Rockport The Prentls people are thinking of moving their exchange tu Beaver Dam in the near future The south end of Ohio county will then be lined up solidly to Hartford What do you say Hartford Are you going to give us the same hearty wel come that other places have given with our system Centerttown has us If you will we will be glad to move Into your town and connect you organized with about 38 members and- we are wanting to reach Hartford SUBSCRIBER Republican pleease co- pyQUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills Revolts at Old Steel Your only hope said three doctor to Mrs M E Fisher Detroit Mich lies In an operation then I use- Dr d Kings New Life Pills she writes till wholly cured They prevent Appendicitis cure Constipation Headache 25c at nil druggusts m Ladies Take Notice A nice line of picture Frames com plated at low prices 3tL HARTFORD MILL CO- 1I f Bardwell Ballard J BREEDERS OF DUROC JERSEY SWINE You can buy in your own county animals- that are the equal fh in breedingytoanyintheworld orwrite them at AlcHen ry Ky Xodol Dyspepsia CwQig Mts what you sat I Anyone lenting a kelcbddescriptionmu aeeertnln our opinion I InVenllon li prnbkblr pdt Coma tlonittrlctlrconndentfal HANDBOOK on Patents sent tree Olden ecurmgpatent- afatenu taken through Dlunn a eo reeelye iptclal nodo without charge In tba rltanItita Branch Offlce CSS F BU Vf ubUunon D Co j I MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for ttrlc perfect fit ind t reliability nearly 40 yean Sold In nearly every cityand town United States and or by mall direct More told than any other make Send for free catalogue McCALlS MAGAZINE More subscriber than anyotllel aihlon magazine million a Lit ell dressmaking millinery plain sewing needlework etiquette stories etc Only CO cents a- year double including a tree Subscribe today or send for sample copy WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue I and new cash prize offers Address tHE McCAU CO 88 to sea W J7th SL NIW YORK For Real Estate For Sale1 72 acres of Rough River bottoms ono half in high state of cultivation rest well timbered with White Oak Deech Gum Mapel 4 miles west of Hartford on public road Good dwelling and out buildings A nwe house and lot sltudted in old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room cot tage a good nwe barn Desirable lo cation 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located scar Clear Run 8 oro 100 acres in splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered in splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADDDwelllng and store house one acre of tot good out buildings at small mining town in Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition in bulnesse For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles cast of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres In timber balance in good state of cultivation IA tract of land on tho Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered CO acres in cultivation splendid dive ling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences atten ding a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in DO toms two barns and dwelling well kept and in good condition IWe dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose da to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge if no sale is effected List your property with us or If you want to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known r OHIO COUNTY REALTY CQ HARTFORD KY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Heraldj 135 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE RKPTHLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and JJany uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 fHE REPUBLicANand New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN r THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co r 1 L IELECTRIC HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULDV BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACHI EGBARRA S IVlana er1 N4lNNf f Kia+ +f+ilP041 + + i+ 1tlMi SURE CURE Alt Diseases o- fSTOMACH LIVERS KIDNEYS QuIckRellefaadCareferHtaad ache llIn4U tlo Msilatria etc r Dlr rtcry obto countyC- ircuit CounT F Blrkliuu JudgeI eJellerbellxi Muter CommiulonerjY L Moso leg Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputleqS A Bratefaer W C hhr J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes fire Monday In March end August and con ttnuee three weeks and third mondaj In May and November two weeks County Court Wi B Taylor Judge W S Tlntley Clerk Et Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convener first Monday In each mont- hQuarterlyCourtBeglnsotl the third Monday m January April July and October Tltedaymay in October I Other OttlcereNlofoxey Surveyor Shreve S W Leach Assessor Rt noyJamea DeWceecBchool Supsrlnten ent Hartford Jerome Allen Corona Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H WIlliams Beaver Dam March June 23 September 24 December to- W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 24 June 26 September 25 December 26 W S Jean Dundee March 27 June tt September 26 December 27 W U Edge FordsvllloMarch 2Mun 2 September 27 Decnmber 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch aJune 25 September 2S December 29 Herbert Render Ccntertown Marcb 30 June S9 September 29 December 30 Jchn H Mlles RockportMarch 81 June 90 September 30 December 3 UMITFORD POLICE COURT GlennCItAttorneyCourt convenes second Monday in each monthCity CouncilS H Williams Mayor Treasurer nett E E Ulrkbead W ynj Griffin Hooker Williams and ISrnest Ellis School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J B Glenn W a TinsleyC M Barn tt and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 p m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevBaptist Church Service held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Wednesday evening- C P Church Services first Sundaj In each month at 11 a m and 7 p D- IRV T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET bOCIETJES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Masons meets first and third Monday DamettWKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month Ro6coeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E ameets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening HouleRileyRough River Lodge No 110 Knight ot Pythias meets every Tuesday night E B Pendleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K 01 T M moots every Thursday night E B lendleton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meet first Friday evening and third MrsEkeeperPreston Morton Post No4 Q X B holds regular meetings Saturday btt- the first Sunday In each month Ash ford JUlUe Commander J M Rogers Adjt Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Reo Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief of RecordsAcme No 339 I O O P meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B D D Scfaroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots let Saturday night In each month Noah Skeggs Free W aLuce SecTrtos OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of rational Officers C 0 DRiAYTON Pres Greenville 111 M F SHARP VicePros Bowling Green Ky S D KUMP Sec Treas Indiana pollsState Officers J C CAN TRILL Pres Georgetown IC- S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Deaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky O E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARO OF EDUCATION JM DeWeese Chairman Hartford Ky No4W C Ashley Hartford R Fil 2 JA Belamy Whltesville 3 F D Buughn Hartford R F D- No 1 4 Jno W Taylor Beaver Dam R F D No3 5 Richard Plummer TayJor ones 6J Ia Brown Rockport ELECTRIC DITTEIIS IITh best Stc loslc fer CtIrtj r- r a 1 f I t ttU DAkNBTT d 1ISI11I BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY viil practice their profession In elite courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and Court of Appeals Special at tentJon givoa to alt business entrute4 t r to their care Collections and the Proo tlce of Criminal and Real Estate LawISpecialties Office In Republican bulldr lagIfj FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profession In 01dm- snd adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Hep aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for pension Etc Collections promptly attended to Also Notary Publlu for Ohio county T Office over Williams Drug 8IJnIM L IIKAVKIN BIINR8T WOODWATtt HEAVRIN WOODWARD GAGtft O3 at oLa i HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession IB all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention glv ten criminal practice and collections Of ace next door to Bank of Hartford YAH CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tar Public Office over First National Bank IWH BARNES R A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON f Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY i The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the prao Jtlce of Law in all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of MaIn street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and lltlgatlo affecting Titles to Real Estate will ba given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON JOHN U WILSON CHAS MCUOWB WILSON CROWE f LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Win practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in tho Court o Appeals Special attention given to cr1minn1i practice sad to coectioasv Office oa Main St opposltb Court House ud TRADEMARKS wompoy oM m 4 U TENTeTHATIpeoeand proutouesas sportoaTrfrsOeldeBook ldtreetWASHINGTON I KILL THE COUCHANB CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr IlngSft DiscoveryIPBI01tFOR ANi ALL THBOAT AND LUMTMUlLEt OUABANTzzD AOtO OBMOWBT2ZtUDzDR =taMing e adeolece bow toCD pakmadtiW COUNYRIIBwt +SLel fumy anJefltm litfattl reomlewgwuPnMicaExdasinly Lf BW eau ttm Vtt 01 win ales II WAHINbTONDC I I r ENTRIES AND EXHIBITS Exhibition and Clarification of tho1 1 Kentucky State Fair Entries and exhibits of all livestock departments except for horses mules and jack stock will close Monday Sept 6th at 600 p m and all othert tIl departments prior to Friday Sept 10 Entries of horses mules and jack oclockfentries of horses Jack stock and cat t tie together with the name of the animalImust correspond with the number worn by the person In charge of tile animal It is absolutely essential that this Infor nation Accompany the entry which must be filed with the secretary before the closing dato Exhibits must be placed by 9 oclock Monday morning Sept 13th and all exhibitors will be so notified There are 1400 different rings in which prizes are offered and there is a total of over 300 lots The horse classification is subdivided into classes suitable for light hart ness fivesalted saddle horses road sters combined harness and flvegalt ed horses American carriage horses I thre galled saddle hprses combination horses plantation saddlehdrses high stopping and runabout classes Shet land ponies and fine horses Good premiums are given for both mules ant jack stock In the beef cattle department Short horns Herefords Polled Durhams AberdeenAngus and Red Polls are given most liberal classifications In the Dairy Cattle Department jerseys HolstclnFrleslans Guernseys and Ayrshlres are recognized The swine department includes Der+shires Po land Chinas Duroc Jerseys Chester Whites Tamworths Hampshlres and Yorkshires In the sheep department prizes are offered for the following downsIisets American Merinos Delaine Me rinos Rnmboutllets Llncolns Cheviots and also a class for Angora goats The poultry department covers ev cry known standard variety The same is true of the pigeon department the prize money for these departments being much larger than last year The department for vegetables and melons field seed and grain and tobacco con tains classes for almost every product grown on the farm In horticulture I there are ofer 700 prizes offered for apples peaches pears grapes and mis cellaneous fruits Plants and flowers lkone of the most beautiful and attrac exhibits of the State Fair will be I well taken scare of this year and will r be placed alongside of the womens department In no department Is vi there a more interesting collection of premiums than in that set aside for womans work childrens work and table luxuries FINE DAIRY STOCK HolstelnFrleilans at the Kentucky State Fair t The Holstein Frleslan has long been known to Kentuckians as a great milk producer but there has been no con certed action among the breeders of this dairy cow In Kentucky The fact that the three hospitals for the Insane and the state feebleminded Institute at Frankfort have decided to use this i breed altogether In their dairies requiring six or seven hundred cows is a great stimulus to the breed in Ken tuckyThe 350 donated to the Kentucky 1EStale Fair by the HolstelnFrleslan Is in great measure due to Stanley Milward a member of the board of control for these institutions and a recognition on the part of the HolstelnFrieslan Association of the value such a move would be to this t breed of cattle in the state The asy lums will have on exhibition at the 1 Kentucky State Fair some of the best specimens of the black and white dairy cows to be found In the country Students Judging Contest Commissioner M C Rankin has of fered two sets of prizes for farmer boys in this state and for the students In the Agricultural College The amount for farmer boys is 100 to be maklstheeat the State Fair This money to be used as sCholarshlp to the Agricultural Department of the State University the contestant to be required tq file written with reasons there for on horsbecattle swine and sheep exhibits The prize for students judg- Ing contest amounts to 50 to be div ided Jnto 20 1510 nd5 Com petition will be limited to students In purlthese specials to educate the young men of the state In livestock judging The requirements are quite liberal and there Is no reason why any bright young man In the state should not en ter the contest I The Louisville public schools will for the first time have an exhibit of the work done In the Various grades upon the State Fair grounds this year during the week of Sept 1318 The 4 Kentucky tale Fair la getting to be more and more an educational institu tion and ltll hoped before many years to have a great display of the work done jn the various schools of the commonwealth v For catalog entry blank or other iV information errlte jVW t Newman Secretary 320 Paul loner Dulldlng Louisville Ky tai AN ENERGETIC FORCE The Organization of the Kentucky State Fair Work Few realize the amount of labor and the amount of organization that It takes to put on a State Fair On September 13th at Louisville will be open ed the seventh annual Kentucky State Fair Visitors will find on exhibition the best specimens of practically every product of the state To collect these exhibits and to systemize them so as to have everything ready for Inspec tion and to operate the same for six days costs about 50000 First comes the secretary who is charged with tho responsibility of getting everything In readiness together with a largo cleri cal force then the heads of each department which Is always some mem ber of the State Doard of Agriculture with superintendents and assistants sufficient to look after each exhibit a force of watchmen guards ticket sellers and takers laborers etc until It the whole force were gathered together It would represent a good sized army Each person Is adapted to handle his particular work and no more system Is required In any great Industrial plant than In an exhibition of such magnitude It was through this thoroughly organized force that all the details of last years fair was worked out in such an Incredibly short time And the energy displayed by such a force Is one of the Interesting things to be noted at a state fair A FINE OUTING Tenting on the Kentucky State Fair Grounds- Arrangements have been made for those who want to take a weeks out ing to have their own tent upon State Fair grounds Persons thoI a tent should write to Secretary New man of Louisville Ky and notify him I and tents can be secured and furnished to visitors at actual cost Many persons have an Idea that they can take in tho entire Fair in one day when In fact six days can be very profitably spent In studying the vari ous exhibits that will bo upon the grounds Many for the first time vis sting the State Fafr for one day leave with the determination to come again the next year and spend several days and make their arrangements accord ingly ADVANTAGE TO FARMERS Equity and Grange Headquarters at tho Kentucky State Fair The Kentucky State Fair management for the week of Sept 1318 has provided a tent to be known as Equity Headquarters and also one to be known as Grange Headquarters for the use of members of these organizations free of costIt U to be hoped the farmers will make use of the ac commodations provided for them and flPI perfectly at home during the fair week Pains Fireworks at the State Fair The Slate Fair will again have Pains Fireworks as a night attractlcn Novelties In fireworks not heretofore seen will be Introduced and a magnlfK cent display of forty numbers will he given each night Including such devices as The Weird White Falls on a gigantic scale 200 feet long and 25 feet high Also a wonderful device known as Fighting the Flames showing a house burning with theflro engine playing water upon the flames all done in fireworks Monster portraits of wellknown people Tho Pain wondertulInew device known as The Pillar of Light showing a pillar of fire of In tense brilliancy rising fifty feet In the air making tho entire surroundings as bright as day In connection with the fireworks there will be provided entertainment by noted specialty artists and a big concert each night by the band mak ing a most charming evening and one long to be remembered Tobacco at the State Fair A most liberal premium list Is of fered for tobacco and a large and valuable exhibit Is expected Classes are provided for the following Durley types Red Leaf Bright Leaf Cigar ette Wrapper and Bright Trash The dark types are Black Wrapper Long or African Leafs French Leaf Italian I Leaf Green River Leaf and Stemming I Leaf In addition to the regular prizes Hon M C Rankin offers 75 Burleyand the best display of Green River Tobacco Not more than four samples can be entered of a single crop but If exhibitor has more than one crop raised on his farm he Is entitled to four samples out of each crop StateHorse Show at the Fair At every fair whether big or little in Kentucky the horse show Is one of theII attractive classifications ever offered at a Southern fair with high class judges to tie the ribbons and the best covered show arena In the world there j should be horses enough and of choice quality at this show As the horse ex hibit can usually bo depended upon to j take taro of itself It Is believed that showIcelebrities will be paraded before the public For catalog entry blank or other Information write J W Newman Secretary aeOPaul Jones Building Louisville Ky J s fJ MIMATIJRE MPON HENS EGO Told Just Where Treasure Buried Years Ago Could Be FoundII Ezra Burt who lives about a mile j east of the Corners has a hen which no amount of money will buy the Net I York World says It Is a scrawny 1111 appearing fowl with bedraggled feathers and a sembald head and what Is more It hs laid only one egg In Its entire two years existence Still old Betsy as the hen Is called hns a niche In Ezras heart and gets the very best grain the farm affords r The secret of all this Is that tho j one egg Betsy laid contained on Its shell n raised waterline map of the spot where old Jeremiah Burt Ezras greatgrandfather burled his gold at the time of the revolutionary war and with the aid of this map Ezra recover the treasure Just how much this was no one has been able to find out but Is known that the mortgage onI the farm has been paid off and the Burt family Is living In comfortI The Burts gave up hunting for the secreted wealth forty years ago aftert they had searched and dug until they were tired out They knew that the Pit tcrnal Burt sunk his gold somewhere In the earth and went off to war with out telling his family wherehelmd out telling his family where he hadI placed it further than that it wusI on tho farm Last summer a gypsy came along sell- Ing beads and laces and offered to- go Into n trance and solve the treasure riddle provided Ezra bought a dol lars worth of her wares Burt took up the offer and In her trance the woman said that some day an old scrawny hen would lay an egg on which would be found a map If this were followed the treasure would bt found Ezra thought he was stung but he paid the dollar j Nothing more happened until a mont ago when Betsy was found In the woodbox behind tho kitchen stove Horrlflel at the Idea of having a lieu In her kitchen Mrs Burt shooed her out and was surprised to find an egg nestling in the shavings The egg had pecular raised lines on the rny Our Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District CountyKentucky Oldfashioned whiskiesmade in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask a remIrenough there was a map with a little star at the base of an old maple tree In the sugar orchard With a pick and shovel Burt set withII with gold Thafamlly kept the Bevret until the mortgage was paid when It became common property All efforts to get Ezra to tell how much money he found in the kettle have failed I MENDENHALLSCHILL i Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Means Dear Meat Illustrating a fallacy that free hides CIWllllnmsmeat The hides that come in free are taken from cattle in South America and other points from which no meat Is exported In fact we get the hides and lose the meat The duty on hides was nn Incentive for I ohlloccullatlonWestern man has usurped because oCI cheaper feed and grazing We do not believe that free tides j will reduce the price of shoes one Williban Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA of THAT JS MOST Which puts in the head skill in the hand and in the Our course In customs and is by men because it enables our to meet the of the It puts young men and women to work where Over 500 attend for to Fall term Sept 6th Write for Ind school of Sm Ind La Oist Phone 281 PaytheExpress In or as you wish Maryland Rye Baltimore Kd 200 per g L Red Rock XX Hand Made Sour Nth Booi ton 20Opegal I MOM Roe e Rye neat In our Stock 600 per gL Jack Beam Nelson County per gat Early Times Nelson County Kentucky 800 per gaL County Tenn 800 per gaL 300 per gal- RoberteooCount Tenneaaee WhUkey A In 150 per gal Apple Brandy gal Peach Brandy 200 to 600 per gaL Rock and Rye 200 per gaL Peach Honey too per gaL Holland Gin to 400 per gaL Geneva Gin Imported 600 4JO per gL Qod Whiskies 4 ehagtl2ets 1000Jack1100FarmdateOld Ba8b7JNebon County Kentucky 400 760 1100 EarIyTlmee v 450 860 1100 Red Rook ze 4O llti0 100I p i Jwf rJ To Our Every drop we sell conforms fully to of the Everydropproval you are not entirely pleased from any cause return the goods at our expense and your money will be refunded We understand fully the advan tage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day force at all our houses no trouble or expense to make ship menta by express and guar I antee safe delivery of orders For the benefit of the II RE we bottle any whiskey listed ten pinta or twenty half pints at regular gallon rate We will ship four quarts ofI200 goods assorted Personal checks sender is rated in Pun or Brad street otherwise money rezlsteredlettersilver in the open mail whiskey by mail is largely a matter of confidence Wo want to treat you in B way to goodwWshipment these three things we are depending to gain and hold your Gmo H Go I Jttft Aity lank 4M Exfrnmm Oo r J OASTORIA For Infants and Children Kind Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sASTORIA THC OtNrauN OOYNY NW 0R cln EDUCATION PROFITABLE knowledge dollars pooket bookkeeping business shorthand typewriting endorsed business graduates requirements business office advancement follows satisfactory service pupils annually Fifty typewriters instruction purposes Worthy pupils assisted positions begins Monday catalog LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville Indianas greatest business We to make every transaction so to that it will be a for him to give us his Your worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make ours is the of its kind in the South G ft INCORPORATEDn ISHIn iuustSPaducah Ky- Cairo 201203205 Lower Second Street III Evansville New Orleins Lonq You Packed Jugs Bottlos gaLLincoln gaWhitegaRedgalRedptWhitKelltackyO gaLGreenbriarGucktahetroerRyt galOldFbxKentuckyBourbonWhiskey ClermontDbtNingCa200toA01 OennontDUtflHngCo ImgortedandDomafc2c per- gaLAlcohol2 OOSOi3Opod Bo4tlHll JdersontaoentFKotui7 Customers requirements HANDLER shortmeasure theI acceptedwhen send patronage Gmotknmii rhe You intend satisfactory eachcustomer pleasure business moneys business goodand largest business We Paythe Expressems Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In jugs only200 per gaL Brookdale Rye Straight Whiskey In Jugs only 225 per gaL 1ed Zed zeal Old Mcltancy WhUkey 100 proof Pure Straight Whlke7290 575 850 Smoky Mountain Corn WhIk8lOO- prootlUleStraabtWhlak2Jo 850 825 let SqU 12 eta Monogram Bourbon or R7er60 475 S 700 Fawndale Bourbon orRye300 575 860 Canadian White Rye 350 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 750 1100 Red Rock Special Straight Kentucky Bourbon 450 80 1200 MOM Roe Rye Beat In Our Stock 560 1060 1500 Apple Brandy Clermont DUtiUing Co300 675 860 reACh Brandy Clermont Distilling Co200 675 85- 0Aprlatl3randyCalifornia300 675 aro Apricot Brandy Imported 400 760 11- 00LlncolaCauntyTeneeueer200 675 860 FOR THE REHANDLER All Shipment In Plain ease or Cask Express Prepaid Ui UM 8th BUts Tennessee Whiskey unlabeled leO ptntS2200 1810- 0Nelaon Co Ky WhUkey nnlabeled 100 plnta 2700 BL- OOPriviteStakRye0abeledIOOpiatx8000 VIM Shady Sprinn Straight WhUkey 100 pint DUO 8000 Old Dominion WhIte Bye IN plot 3740 8400 i JOHN KDBlNS ks a i IRtUS COMIN 1 lThe Oldest a J dOle of t eVery lfPi Best Shsws on the Road- The fShamokin Pa Dally News ot- 3uye 14 1909 says The street parade Vas perhalls the biggest brIghtest and best that ever passed through the streets of Slut The horgek were fat anti slee4 some great big one and some little tlnp ones and nil to be admired Three mule and the gold decorated wagons und dazzling costumes of the ter formers the big liens of elephants and camels all vent to make the pageant ad lI ht to every ono qr the herds of hapy spectators A large audience attended this af- tlrnoons performance and came awar delighted with the entertaInment There Is In abundance of merry mak Ing clowns while each and every act Is worthy of individual commendation some beIng of such nova and extraor Binary character as to dlserve special mentlonamong which are the riding seals These wonderful aquatic creatures perform a serlps of marvelous acts They actually ride on bareback horses play ball juggle fund ballantI various objects while riding hacks of fleet horses This tray Seem Incredulous yet nevertheless may he witnessed at each performance Another act that desrvts more than passing comment Is that of the Amerl can Hercules Tine stroga luau War ren Lincoln TravIs whose phenomenal feats showing the wonderful muscular power of the human frame both aston i Ish and amaze the beholders The elephants which danclwaltz and p form various feats subject to the master mInd of their tvahner were pro nounced to he tbu best performing herd ever seem In this section An admIr- able feature was the six act The riding driving and managing of six horses by Gordon OrIon Is most wonderful display of questr8in darIng In fact every act presented was of the highest order of excellence and skill after its kInd The ntonngerie was ono of till largest and most comprehensive In its make up ever brought into tints section Taken as It wllllle It Iii recognized as one of the greatest shows that has Poultry I WII1 be almost a whole show In KI self all the noted strains of chickens I ducks geese turkeys pIgeons etc as well as many rare and wonderful e specImens No person Interested In poultry can afford to miss the Poul try Exhibit e ever visited the state and such Ss the unanimous verdIct heard tron4Many ot the thousand who flocked Into the cltyto see Itwl1l exhIbit at B aver Dam Wednesday september th b BALD KNOB Aug 25The sIngIng school whIch Is being taught by Mr AE Sandefur- Is progressing nicely Mr E P Sandefur and twodaugh ters Harriet and Mnevislted his par ents Mr Marlon Sandefur or Olaton Wednesday There will be a social at Mr Elisha Patons next FrIday night everybody inynted MIss Rhoda Torrence Is on the sick list thIs week Mr Marrison Decker of Thomas Oklni visIted Sunday school hero Sun nay The Ice Cream supper gIven at Mr Z T Hers last Saturday nIght was a complete success and enjoyed by all presentIA nice line of Picture Frames com pleted at low prices Stf HARTFORD MILL COt PALO I Aug 23Health Is not fiS good as Utlllul this week- MrWaltirConrad hnra severe sore throat I Mr Wilke Deaver and bally Is on the sick list I Mrs Mary Nelson and children of St Louts are visiting her parents Mrs and Mra Will Coy of Palo Mr Arthur Icumsler and Wife went to Indiana last Tuesday returnIng Saturday Mr Juhn Wilson of Salem neighborhood passed through this place last Friday Mr Birch FlIxof Olatonwas In our ttdlst last week contracting logs Mr Ion Wlm8at anti family II- fHarlfurd were the guests of their JlJrents Mr John Wlmsutt last Satur laySeveral attended the picnic at Sunntlale last Saturdayy might I The Sunnydalo JyIS played tine Pleasant RIdge team last Saturday evenIng result 10 to G In favor of Sunnydalo toys also the Deantleld buys and re- Imlt was 12 to 71n favor or Sunnydale team Mr nlehtrd Dooley and wife are lslting friends and relatives In and round Taffy Mr Sisk Durhlns brother of Arlmn- sas Is willing friends and relatives In this comutuntty just week Mr Tuna and Ervin Smith of Palo s Place Like Fair moved to Hartford this week to work thenewiratlroadMr Bells Runrelghb- orhood vIsited his brother Mr Ru tue Bartlett ot this place last Sdnday- Mr George Russell and tangy visited Din Joe Malden and family last Sunday Mr Orval Berry and Mr urr Berry and Mr Everett Malden attended church at Clear Run last Sunday Mrs Alllinof Cromwell Is vIsiting her sslter Mrs Annie Malden this weekMr Allen nuke and family and nun Jane Malden vIsited Mr W S White and family last Sunday From Another Correspondent Aug 25Farmers are very busy cut ting tobacco School wIll begin at this place the rlrst Monday In September wIth Ernest Duke teacher There Is plenty of chills and malaria In this communIty Those on the sick list are Orvtll Coy and wife Wllber Dever and baby and LouIs Fuqua While playIng together Monday even- Ing Lillian lilacs accdlentty ran her ringer In her little sltsl1r Ethels eye the nail scratching the eye ball whIch caused severe paIn but Js reported IJIJO better Several from hero attended the Ice cream supper at Sunnydale Satur lay night to I Mr Charlie Situps or Cool Springs t vIsited Mr George HInes Saturday tight and SundnIMr Dud and son t ouisvllle are vlsillng relatives at thIs place Mrs M L Nelson and children orman Curtis Eugene and Irene of East St Louis III are visiting Mrs season paaents Wm Coy and family Miss1lrone Nelson of St Louis vlsll- td her cousins Ethel and Lillian lines Sunday Mr J T hues has purchased a lot at Palo where hu wlll build In thl near future t ADABURG t Aug 24We are needing raIn veryy had lit this community Some of the farmers of thIs tlchtl- yt are about through cuttings tobacco Rev VIrgil Elgin preached a vet Interesting sermon at Mt Morlah hunch FrIday night Mr Toni Hamilton went to Hartford un business Thursday Most of our young folks attended the W O y PIcnic at Magan Saturday The match game of bllle ball play ed Saturday between the Adaburg and LIVE STOCK Will contain a magnificent of the finest breeds of cattle sheep swine and will Interest nil amply repay anyone for their visit Every stock raiser wilt learn something to his advantage Horses for general purposes Coach HorsesRoad sters Saddle Horses Pedlgreed Draft Horses Fancy Matched Teams Yearl Ings Colts Pontes and Mules In corn classes PPleasant1ttdggteaeresulten favor of former geores betug4Ot O The Adaburg team llay that they are now ready tq challenge the best nine In the state and adjoining states Mr James Hamilton who has been Quite ill for past week Ss tmprov- hig MrScott Ambrose went to Hart ford saturday The FaIr must begetting nearer we see some of the young ladles are Splendid dIsplay of canned fruits preserves needle work embroidery laces and other articles or the hoseb tdalso ot the culinary art cdltLValnga few bttheir preufoue nags One oung f man In our community kas been prognosticating our coming wInter Tile youngg man tells us that our coming winter la going to be one of the severest tar many years He says the reason why he can fudge soearl11thllJMr Hsea Shown who has been very t array or and and sh riv1th Watermelon fever for theJpast week Conrsleacent 1 Mr Joe Hckshas a fine open and an Automobile Mr HIcks most invltpall the young ladles to accompany him to the Hartford Fair this coming month All you young ladles itont 1 speak at tIr ShnSlnnetl and wIfe of Wedr- tertield here tho guests Mr a Mrs John Hamilton Friday nIght kkkketkSkkef9ketkkRkfekk Heres Something Very Interesting = lYTo Every Lady in the Land iIA New DepartmentHas Been Added toOur Mammoth t J of General Merchandise t LADIES SU tSalIn opening up this new we the established of this store Never to do anythilig halves And to giVe the trade al opportun ill r ity to secure the very vest the market affords In style material and we place at your disposal the famous garments This line of ladies ready =to wear stands 3t the head of the list of the garment manufacturers of this country and we want to impress Iupon you right here that no retailer anywhere can give Iyou better sums from any standpoint than you can right here lire know from the reputation of this cern and from the experence we have had with the line at our other two stores that the purchase of our suits xmeans a regular customer for the line In order that everybody might hue un to see the line with other lines before the actual demand bEgins we have the line exhibition now and to say we Car anxious to you the line feebly expresses our feelings in the matter Ve invite you and everybody else to visit our store and look tit our DISPLAY OF LADIES NEW COAT SUITS 4-M II Ii IIE P BARNES BROS Ky = f aaa I caaaae G G I C AI HARTFORD KENTUCKY I i ISEPTENBER j I Bigger and Betterai EXCJTXNG RACES AND SPECIALaATTRACIIONa J1 Y The Department I DEPARTMENT exhibIt and and petltlve No the the the x Beaver The Womens Department artistic displays rpllection COAT depiirtment JeputatI01 workruanship coniI opportunity andcompare show MAGNIFICENT Darn VERY fruits and Vegetables In glorious profJslon large luclous and beautiful specimens Of nil kinds of fruits In competitive Inter eating dlsplays mammoth dwarf specImens vgeetnblesotpecu liargrowth Is purchased yoke of cordially beautiful ncen ot dj by Palmer oHMechanical DeplrtmentjAn exempllflcatlon of the progress or the fare ng lpdustry ahiblting I uptoda e machinerY engInes thr shters grinders planters etc This de partment will be better anti larger 1 than ever this year j I To meet old friends renew old acquaintances makenewfriends enjpy the many sights join in tb fun and excitement und forget yopr troubles No Gamhling no crowding lie overcharging Come early and stay late Plenty of cozy rest ing places More and better exhibits greater and grander displays more exciting larger premiums and more startling special features bigger variety of amusements more things tOfee and lhnir better accommodations for allmore fun for everybody finer music and more of It than ever offered before This years Fair will ba the greatest and grandest in our history j r rt iI I O ONE CAN AFFORD TO r MIss 117 1 ctJ ff e 0 li1k ry r r e tom i = T =s7nrsv e sr a ty +nwrah + rr = i1tt g r s y