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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wo- f4 p- I fll AI l- I j ity lJJ It 1 1 fJ I J t+ FiHirtfbi W rk I 1 f DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OF AlL TIIE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 909 No7 lABOR DAY PROCLAMATION Gov Willson Issues Orders For Holiday i M I AU Who Respect Themselves or Deserve Respect Toil Faithfully Frankfort Ky Aug 301n a proclamation which was Issued this afternoon Gov Willson sets apart September 6 as Labor Day on whIch he says no one shall be compelled to do- nny wcyk lIe urges that everybody In the State join in celebrating the nay The proclamatloh is as follows Commonwealth of Kentucky Exec utive Department Office of the Gov etnorLabor Day Proclamation To the People ot KentuckyAccording- to the written law of this Common wealth and tbe spirit and custom of our people and with most cordial deyotlon to this law and custom ns Governor of Kentucky I proclaim Monday the sixth day of September A D 1909was Labor Day and set It apart as aday pn which no one shall be compelled ngallist his wishes Ito pursue the usual occupations P call upon u1 of our people to observe the day ns II legal holiday In hon r of all faithful workers men and womenln our homs on the faruns In the mines and factories In nIl works of manufacture construction and transportation in shOPS and factories ands III every field of Industry Tbo adop lon of Labor Day should not be accepted ns II recognition by the Elate or a separate laboring class All whO respect themeRlves or deServe the respect of others toll faithfully And steadfastly ThQ only approach tu II labor class division In our country Is between the workers and tile drones Lot uq then all join not formally nor lJUsslveh but a tniestiy au actively In II true hearltllt tribute of respect to all who toll to do honor to the genius and common sense of American labor and Its ncblevcments in conquering the wilderness find building up that magnificent total of material physical mental and mor al welfare and wealth which has come to bless monklndll1hlt favored laud liS Ii never has been blessed before lit nay land or time and above all let uk make this n holiday and tribute of loving honor and duvullon to our American women and their work In our homes the liardest most unselfish unceasIng and blessed work of an Thus shall each faithful laborer dobon rnot only to all fellow workers but also to his own character and faith In testimony whereof i have here unto subscribed my name and Bet the great seal of the Commonwealth this thirteenth day qf AugMt A Dono thoutjlud nine hundred and ning and In the one hundred tad eighteenth year of the Cotnmonwealtb AUGUSTUS E WILL ON Governor of Kentucky By the Governor BEN S BRUNER Secretary or State BALD KNO- BSept1Wo are needing rain very taut in thus coJDmun y People are very busy cutting to 1J fbacco M taud drene Tar tFay1or andtor of CroinivelilMt9frlp family Mr R P Llkeng fond famIly of lit Pleasant and Mrs0 WGor don of Cromwqll visited Mr A E lndefur and Camlly Sunday Severallfrom hero attended =tlfe Ice cream super at HIckory lastSatur dar iMliFand teplirted d nice time There Witl be singtngat this place Saturday night Everybody come and boar tbo new class sinG I Mrs Sallie Alatdeuand children of visited her sister Mrs Sude t Taylor Saturday nlghbrndSunday I Several from horeara contemplating to attend the Sunday school conven- tIon I1t RosIne ndxt Sunday Every body come and hOar the good speak lug i lrLil Snndelur and Miss pixie i Mosley of Hartford VIlltell lr Robert Mosleran ta l Mr I Sand an Cl1mll Satiu- ilay tiighland8unday fIJulie sdclal taYea at Mr Elieha h l JSo Paytona last Prlday night was en joyed by all present Mr lease Tprrenco and wife and Miss Rhoda Torrence of this place spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr R P Llachlf ot Horton Mr Newton Cox and wire oCCrom well visited the latters parents Mr anti Mrs Jllll smith of Select Sun day Mr Clinrllo Smith wife and little daugbtcr Marie of Select spent Sat urday night and Sunday at Mr J W Taylors Miss Harriet Smderur Is on the sick list this weokIMessrs James E Porter of Crom well and Oscar Allen ot Hartford were the guests or Misses Ethel and Minnie flames or Mt Pleasant Sup day evening Several from hero will attend the big show which will b at Beaver Dam next Wednesdny Hurahl for the lucky style on bangs this year or ftihi Sabbath school closed at Mu Pleas ant last Sunday evening Prayer meeting lit lift Pleasant every Wednesday night Come along HOT ROAST FOR CENTRAL CITY Hogs Mud Coal Cinders and Other Abominations Abound Hartford Ky Sept 2 1909 Editor RepubllcanI ho Just re turppd from a visit to friends In Ce- utralirIcy and I to tell you some thin about tltypnderfulprogres sine town across the river I once thought o rind fault with our own good old toVD of Hartford andthougl1 our people were old fashioned and wanted none of the laterday chic if you please and getupandget the reltlveucss but since Ive been to C C and Cn I am satisfied to be- sttlsfledat home Central City Is a good town wllh electric lights hid under a bushel Green rIver water without n heml ache but plenty of mud whoa the river m Up lots pt coal coalclndel- d 6t andhugs yes and cattle You would think on alighting from the train that a great agricultural fair was In progress and that all the coun try round had sent their hogs and cattle to the show But it Is not so Tho peSplo of the town seem to think It a good place to raise hogs and everybody goes In for hogs There you tied PolandChlnn Red Chester white Cheater razorback long nose hnlfbreeds and tlO breed all sorts an sizes rooting rooting rootlngwatch ng for an openlllg to your yard or garden upsetting your chicken coops aud filling the town with fleas big enough to take the sheet front oft you at night and wade Into Tour car cass with a drill and a will that make you tell ilea ntl Itlflntesslmai purl of thirty cents But the cows they arc the pride of Central City They walk tN streets at all hours of day and night and It is at night they are most In evidence cspgcljlly the tinkling bells as they graze gNQutthe front gate orrumlnantlng on your front pavement always leavIng theIr cards for your Inspection and dispersion In the mornlnr Then again tliq gentle cadencing- of thonocttvlgant bull as he make his nightly cabs aid garying the monotony of hlgmppgtonq with the dulcet strains of the trained chorister he walks the streets and wakes the sleeper except he pe n pntiveto the muuor tern andaccustomed to the forbidding sounds And ibis is Central City Hogs rub against YQur whitewashed paling wallow in the gutter Int of your door whlgh- you must kcep shut If you would In suro freedom from hoggish Intrusion Just the other day a bunch ofladies were pnoylng a melon in the back part of one of the largest stores the town wheuonbeing called to InI on n customer In the front n several came illto Jthemand If yetaro ever tempted tu thud InlCentralyour mladoq ure confirmed bypooohdrla t L C = = BURLEY SOCIETY IN COURT Tobacco Buyers Resort to Bluff Measure Will Evoke AntiTrust Law in Effort to Buy Cheap Tobacco Cincinnati August 30The first gun ot a new tobacco war In Kentucky was fired today when Clark Scott independent tobacco mnnuCac turers of sia1onPn filed suit lu the federal t In Covington Ky against theBprley Tobacco Society Charles Lobus the president and ten other men as defendants w Plaintiffs demand 135520 davit- ages The plaintiffs demand damages on the ground that they were over charged on tobacco they were obliged to buy from flue Burley Tobacco so duty The suit Is flied under the Sher man antitrust law and the Burley society Is charged with being a monopoly In restraint oj trade Nineteen Kentucky tobacco grower and two Ohio growers are named as party defendants The Burley society Is charged with entering Into n conspiracy with the growers to control the white Burley tobacco market In the United States The plaintiff alleges that In 1908 they were un able to buy white burley tobacco in the open mnrket and were compel led to go to the Burley society for the product lint In 1906 the plaintiffs had to pay eighteen cents Per pound when the tobacco was really worth only eight cents that In 1907- tho Burley society forced them to pay seventeen cents and a fraction per pound when the product was worth but eight cents In the petition the Burley society Is described as a branch of the Society of Equity It Is claimed by Interestellpa1tlrs that this suit wlll reveal differences that resulted in night rider troubles The attorneys fur the plaintiffs dH- clarCi they will also ask for nn hr Junction against the disposal of the assets of the Burley sucltey alleged to amount to 1500000 W D Collins tiros tobacco brokers of Louisville Ky slId to be the principal owners of the Buckeye Leaf Tobacco Vnrehouse oC Cincinnati are concttlll with the proceedings agaInst the Burley To beaco societ- ySurveyors are Busy Near Bowl fug Green Bowling Green Ky Aug 31 The arrival here of a party of surveyors revives the rumors that the Ten nesseo Central lilt ends bulllllng Into- Pnduculi and forming n link to the Burlington system northwest to the coast The engineers reruse to talk other than to say that several lines will btu run one to Paducahand one via PrlncetonFAIRVIEW Aug 30Dr A I Schauzenbncher and wIre and llttlo daughterHelen- of Rosllll attended Sunday school It this place Sunday Dr Schauzen kacher gave a nice Instructive tahI- op Sunday school lines which Was high ly appreciated Come again Doctor We will be glad to have you with Uti ProC A p Thomas of Providence Sy was the guest tit his brotherMr J C Thomas of near Olatbn III few dayqlast week On Friday night ho addressed a large audience at Cedar Grove church near here on the su Ject of music and education ProC Thomas is a fine speaker and though deprived of the pleasure ot h nring ills address the wrlterCeels- In a measure qualified to I glowing terms of It and trust proc1 Thomas will be permitted to 111penr before the people ot thlll community again Mrs Amanda Crowe of LOuIsville I nrrlVld today 1o bo the guest of her pnrootsMr acid frll W H Acton for ntewtdays Miss BeesIe1F Aetna and lIr Frank Wright of HprfQI wren the guests 9fllljJ8 Aptous mothct i Jirtt CC or j White Sunday Mrs A L Sclianzenbacher and little daughter lichen of Rosine wero the guests of Mrs lIarr Wilson Sun tIY night Mrs EWe Boswell and little son Arnold hapened to n very painful IICcldent Friday They were violent ly thrown from n horse rendering the- child unconscIous for a while but It Iii not thought that It was seriously Injuried while Mrs Doswell suffered only painful Injuries to her right arm Mrs Mary Wrlghtnlentlon of whose iilness appeared In these items last week Is Improving Mlases Myrtle Brownd and Stella proomes and little Miss Ida Faught entertained the Sunday school with s0a very nice recitations Sunday ys visit our Sunday school our g Is cant be beaten nurab for the Republican ticket ticket ARNOLD tAug 31lIenlth In this community IS not very good Those on the sick list lire Mirs Katharine Coy Mr R A Coy Me J II Evans and Miss Annie Cotton WI are needing rain very badly Farmers arc very busy cutting tobacco The crap will he short and oC- n poor quality Some corn Is being cut Several ore preparing to attend till Iced Men PoWWnw at Brooklyn Ky September 4th- SUDDEN DEATH OF LOVABLE WOMAN 1Mrs R A Miller Ill Only a Short TimeGrandDaughter of Former Governor Owensbot Ky Aug 31Mrs Mar g yrtt J Miller wife of Reuben A- 1t1l1er and one of the best known v dtnen in the slide and loved by all who knew her died suddenly lit 8 oclock Monday night at the hume Oil East Fourth street Mrs Miller hlll not been feeling well for tieIral liars but was able to Ill out and was visiting nelghllnTI on Monday aft el noon She beanie ill about i oclock- tad the children were called 11- 1lllIIer wla went to loulsvllle on Sunday returned OIl the 840 ncloek- lrllll bast night wllllo he was nut hyCrlmld TIll news of his wlfetJ death was a severe shock to him Mrs Mlllul was born JulllalY 2- 2iSs at linweevllle and was fifty one years old She was n daughter of Cot John C Moreliend of the Con federate army and was left an orphan It the age uC four years She became the child of the regiment which Col Morehead commanded She was subsequently cared for by a friend of her father Dr Scott who was enabled at a later period to con sign her to the protecting care of General S B Buckner who adopted and reared her ns his own daughter and lie In return received from her the lovlllg devotion and loyalty or an own child Her grandfather was lion James T Morehead n lawyer of note who was governor or KIIItucky from 1831 to 1836 and who represented Ken tucky In the United States Senate from 1841 to 1847 She was married to Reuben A Miller November 30 1880 at Haw e wine where she lived until 1888 when she mover with her hushand to Owensboro Mr and Mrs Miller resided In Frankfort for II short time Shp walla member of the Moth odl8t church and was devoted to her home PayneThorpe The CItizens Dally Bulletin or Hot Springs Ark has the tollowlng announcement of themarrlago oCweli knowp young people of Ohio county I The many friends of Mr Drod11 Payneson of Dr JB PIlYlIe of this city will bo pleased to learn of his marriage to Miss Mary Ethel Thorpe daughter of one ot tho most prominent Cltlzens of MeHonry Ky mnrrlllllrtBtttenceof Mr John T Christian 160t- Sllrhllis street Little Rock Ark At- hr short visit with relatives of the fbrlde In Little Rock und of the groom In lint Springs 1hep will bl nt limo to their friends IncHen y Iy after September 6 la NORTH POLE DISCOVERED American Plants Stars and Stripes on Earths Axis Dr Fredric A Cook of Brooklyn is the Name of the Lucky Man Paris eSpt 2 The Paris edition of the New York herald this morning publishes a signed statement from Dr Frederick A Cook which is dated Hans Egede Leerwlck Wednesday on his experiences lit the Arctic regions lOAner n prolonged right with tam me and frost says Dr Cook we have at last succeeded In rnaching the North Pole A new hlgliwaywith- an Interesting strip of animated lIa ture has been explored and big IlInlO haunts located which will delight sportsmen and extend the Eskimo ho rizonBrussels Sept tTho observatory lucre received the followlllg telegram dated Leerwlclc Shetland islands Reached North Pale April H 1908 Discovered land tar north Return to Copenhagen by steamer Hans Egede Sighed FREDERICK COOK The American orlclnl8 at the observatory state the dispatch is surely authentic nnd that the North Pole has been reached for the first time mill hr an melican Here All the Time Jns II Pnlsh who Is passing a hot summer more or less pleasantly In the Hawesvlllt jail while he awaits the tardy action of the nppollllte court has not lost his sense of humor on account of confinement Not ninny days tilllcO he was called to the long distance telaphone and a friend 11- 1qulred of the exbankor when ho coup see hint In IIllwsvllll Quick as flash carte the answer Oh most any old time I tun always herelitncock ClarIon FOR THE BUSY READER Cn1 W P Waltoll has iuirciaecd a eontrolliug Interest In the Kentucky Evening GrJzettenr Lexhngtoiund will take charge today The American ntlnllal Red Cross has issued an appeal to the American peuytlo for cOlllrlllUtloll8 rill the ro- llef of the Moxteau flood sufferers The hOlly of James McDonald was found In the wood near WllllhlllgtOll dad His skull was crushed John McDonald a brother is under arrest- S There have been ten deaths from cholera ht Rotterdam since the discus made Its lllpenlance Seventeen cases are In the isolation hosltal old se- vpentfour suspects are under nbSelat- lon f The second race In the series between German nllli American beads to Tart and Draper cups was won by- fhio Ellen owned anti sailed by Clmll P curtis Jr of the Boston Yacht Club S S- An earthquake was experienced inn Panama shortly after 8 oclock Monday mornlilg The people were greatly alarmed buU1no serious damage has been reported and tlO one was In juredIBIrd S Coler preSident of the Borough of Drobklnhas riled charges against rlnor McClellan with Gov Hugdeschinrghg that the cltS mon ey tins been squandered III Investigating thu Mayors political enemies S PaclfIlemlral Urlel Sebree arrived at San Francisco from Seattle and at once beganfinal preparations for a cruise In Oriental waters that will contlllue until February 15 Ohio County High School The Ohio County HIgh School opened Monday morning with it largo attendance of students and patrons of the school the chapel being filled to overflowing Prayo was offered by Rev Druner after which nn ap propriate talk was given hy Rev El gin Prot Bailey then made some opening renarksa lid the various l1f8dtiI riled out to their rooms headed by their teachers to begin the years work Judge J S Gloms W S Tins ley and C 31 Barnett members ot the Hartford School Board Were lures eat The school opens with bright prospects for a satisfactory years work The following students from adis- tance have been enrolled so far An asta and Cyrus Patin of Louisiana Misses Maggie and Rhoda Wllilams and Mr Levi Coleman Paradise Ky Mss Elizabeth Berryman South Hart ford Mr Carroll Smith MclenryMr John Carter Sinmons Miss Lelia Ma gun Dutord Messrs Cecil and Edgar Darnard and Richard Ward North Hartford Gilbert Bell Pleasant Ridge The HIgh School enrollment was 52 CROMWELL Aug 31Mr Lawrence Gary who Is very Ill of typhoid fever Is impr0v lag slowly On WIIIIIlsdny or last week tin Rev H Boyce Taylor or MurrayKy together with his mother and brother W C Taylor pall II visit to Mr S I Steawlls anti on Vedneslny night preached a very interesting sermon at No 25 school house Messrs E W Jackson rind C S Taylor attended the district union held In the fifth Magisterial district at FlatFoot churlll in Butler county on the 28 They ray It was one of the largest guheriings hunt ever attended a district union of the A S of E In that county The regular order or business was suspended for Taylor to speak In the morningwhicli speech oats well reculved and aipre- clatgd by the largo audllnce In attendance In the afternoon 11- I Jackson spoke to a well filled liousr which was also well received by all who heard it All seemed sorry that the hour of parting was tlrawiug so near but finally the gavel ur president Elnioe Stw art roll and the Dist lI1ut1ng Wilt n hlllg of the pest A birthday supper was given Hiss Tasslu Taylor tit her home Sunday evening In Imuor of liar sixteenth wore Silas Genie Stevens allfl Mosars Fred Potter and George Leach On the 25th day uf August there was IInllI to the wife of 3Ir Allinson luntea- a Una gir- lEXGOV TAYLOR PASS ES THROUfiH STATE Which Gives Rise to the Report That He is Visiting His Old Home lIcUanalolls hid Aug 301Vtlliant S Taylor formerly of Ientucky way lnugliing today about dlspalch11 frown Kentucky to the effect that lie wus revisit lag that State for thin first time sluice lw had lell It to uwko his home in tndiaua IInd that lit was coutetnplating a visit tu his old hUIIu county UulllI The tact is Ibat I have not been visiting in Kentucky lit all said Mr Taylor Oil August 21 I left Indinnnpohls rill hleleua Ark IInd I went through Kentucky to get there However It wns night whell I want through on the train and I stoped In Louisville long enough to change cars h dont rernemlllr of hnvhng discussed my trip with anronl In Kentucky and I never gave out any Interviews while passing through thP State 1 suppose the way the report got out that WS visiting In Kentucky was through ao Indianapolis mau whom I tact on the trAin going to Louisville On my return trip to indtanapotls J came through Kentucky but again I tar fled only long enough tnchallgu cars- at Louisville I arrived In Indlanap oils on August 27 and left Immediate I for the northern part of this State It was while In the northern part of Indiana that I read dispatches that 1 was visiting my home county in Kentucky W T Durblll former Governor of Iu liana whom I saw at meIOne of the dispatches from Lexlug- thn stntlll that Mr Taylor wm going to Lexington where a big reception wts being plnllllld for him MrTay- lnr came to Indianapolis nine years- ago wlteit lie thud Trott Kentucky ur- i tor he had been glnnrged with cbn- tIllcly athe Idllll1sof Coy Goebel- r n I t i I 4 I AN OLD TIVJELiGTIDP How Three Days Election if183 was Conducted Yawners With rw Jiskey Bottle Sticking out ofjTheirPock fts Bribed Voters I have Just witnessed a b1rang- etblJlga Kentucky electionnod am disposed to give an account of lL An election In Kentucky lasted three I days and during that period whiskey apple toddy fkmw through our cities and villages like Euphrates tbrough- aneitnt Babylon I must do Lexington the justice to any that matters wereI conducted here with tolerable ty but In Frankfort a place I had the curiosity to vibh on the last day of the rleettn Jaekulsm and drunk oats ttaiked U1umtlbaJlt an unclear i pak of lubberly giants A number o- ruiners each with a whisky bottle alias its king neck from his pocket Kate busily employed bribing voters and eflrh party kept ball a dozer tIHu under pay genuine speclmem f Keatueky alllgatorllmto new eeryI who shouldJIIHIr fellow vote Ulegally Half a hundred weight I of wortar would scarcely till up theI t 11111 of the skulls that were oa ilsat occailon I barely escapee myself One of the runners came up tol DIe Inpling me on the shoulder With Ida rip band sad t whisky hatch hi his left hood he uk me if I was a voter Zo Ftid I Ah never mind th the felkw pulling a cornoo- bdt of the neck of the bottle and shnk tug tt up to the beet advantage lose lave II ewtg It the eretur and tOtS a Yale for old Hlekorys htI it ktWrydamage Here WAS a I tatiwi to be sure but after Ioakt- nFalteuateatthu bottle and bullies wtae were tandlng ready with their I sledgehammer tests to knock down rrtry interloper my tears prevallec aid 1 lust my whisk Shortly after thlll I witnessed a- rlgt A great ruffianlookini- scoundrel I with arms like a pair of cables knotted at tbe ends and a- rouJU black head that looked like u tony pound cannon bbotswaggerei all to the falls and threw In his dlt- Jf paper and was walking oil In trl nmyh Stop irked exclaimed ono f the Salt River Roarers stepping 1 p to him are you a voter Vesl ty replied be of the bullet head rltats a Ile rejoiced the Roarer you must just prepare yourself to hoI home Old man fur Ill be damned ir- J tWOt kick you Into the middle of- your ohlltynillth year Ay ay r lItod the other come on then 111 ride you to hell whipped up with the t a sarpeat They had now reaches an open place and the salt river bully staking his flat a moment by way of a feint dropped his chin suddenly up on his bosom and pitched head fore meet toward the stomach of his gl aatlc frame Bullet Head however wu on his guard and dodging aside with the quickness of lightning to- aold the shock gave the assailant a blow that sent him staggering against a whisky taMe where he fell to rsaRs and tumblers Nothing daunted the bully hltibcretl himself up and with a single muttered curse renewed hb pLc0 III front of his foe Several blows were now given on both sides rfltl trtlllcndllls effea end In a few moments the salt river lay repeated its maneuver la which he had first been tolled This tints he was sue ttIrIful Ills head was planted directly In his antagonlnts etumach who fell backward with Loch force that I had I rte expectation of his rising again Is thl scoundrel done for Inquired I the temporary victor walking up and Looking down on his prostrnte foeI liufrt apuke not but with the of Ii wild cat Iraped to his feet and jTalopltd with his enemy It was II trial of strcrdh and time combatants i and twined like bOdleslunUIliedII prevailed by struggling beneath him Onogc- Yabees nieaulug thereby to gouge hisI him Gouge himi exclaimed a voicoe meaning thereby to gouge his qI out Tho topmOst combatant seiz- cd his hAir and was preparing to follow the advise shouted In his ear when I the prostrate man around to IIUdlien des ratlon and exerting a strenth I that seemed superhumnn caught his assailant by tIe ilmrnat with ulomeIatls like that of fate For a tow the struggle ceased and the face of the throttled man turned black his tongue fell out olhfs moue and he I rolled to the grvuud DS sentkless as- a dead wall I lmiraed away aoon s n b clime bUeves le the dootrIae ofI tow ttepAttrThe Glop of Oia Wu see iihQ rrt tacekaadat- iodq an of tie lltile sea of 8 liAd- ams of Henrietta pa His awft l plight rom Caema had for the Tears defied all remedies and battled the best doctors who Mid the poison Wood had affected his lunge and nothing could save him But Wrltee his mother seven bottles of Elec tric Bitters completely cured him For eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Scores and all Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters Is supreme Only We Guaranteed by aU- ilrugghts m I TeachersWanted I The demand for teachers who hay xormallsH H Chrll Pres Western Norma- relative to free tuition 7t2 Bowling Green Ky for Information relative to free tuition 712 ON GODS GREEN EARTH NEVER AGAIc Did This Mans Footfall AfterI ILincolns Election Fifty Years Ago r1Basil lay ISllrfngfelIlKAUf and one of the moat unique characters In the Mate in that he had voluntary for fift- rtrers kept indoors refraining Iron leaving his room dIed of a complies thin of dlslat1 due to the innrmltie- Jr age at his home Just over the Z11- III County line Ho was burn In tbt- noulie In which he died JIll paroht- znme from Maryland In the early par of tile Nineteenth century and were aim ng the early sMtlers of N Ison runty DaU linydon cols one o- welve chlldrsn lie was OdUl1ttud a- St Josephs College Bardstown who that niiHullon was at las zenith He WitS very much opposed to the leetton of thrahant IJncwln RK Pres- idont of the Unltal Stale and whcm- 7s result of the election was mad known to him he went Into his roo and remained there from that time 111I II his death During that period more thsn ball a century ho sollloOlI qaw any one The Louse In lived was a brick structure milt In the early colonial style situated on his tarn of COO acres fur from thread the way to which lies through t dense forest was very peculiar in 111s habits 1He during tbe hottest days of the jcar ho klllt It wood fIre burning III great fireplace In his room hnugh separated from the world and scarcely living In It he was well In formed on all the leading questions of the day and conversed intelllgentl- m all subjects with the few who has the privilege of being admitted to his presence For more than fifty years hl health was goodyet during that time he never say beyond the view to be obtained from hs window or set too on the ground lie was a lIucclslful farmer and raised bountiful crops and much fine stock especially mulls Du lag the season lit stated times he would have the manager of his tarn bring all the live stock un the tarn and pass It In review before his win dow Then he would order such of It Iall he saw pruner sold and direct w hat to he dune with the remainder He was never married and It is not yet known what dlslwslllon he snndt of Isis fortune which Is large Kills Wo ldb Slayer iA merciless murderer Is Appendi with many victims But Dr 1cUls New IJfe Pills kilt It by pre They gently stimulate stom- leh liver and bowels preventing that clogging that lnvlhs appendlctll cur IlIg Constipation Biliousness Chills ltularla Headache and IndIgestion 25c at all druggIsts m MENpDENHALLECHILL Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed The Pins IJRndaIray Thats a dIAUlt question to an war replied his wlr11 huaband ratI they are always liolnilMi In lint Irectinn and hladltl III another- hilago NOws Painters Colic MammaRhais tie matter with Ihlo ronuuk0l I Wlli plnln- wllh my 5111 lots mind hI eaIwe In quid 11111111111 n1w c IlekIug the whole army Yonkers lntll4l11asi Tnkr n rlt A nelll thnInns rested IIteM n hllIutitul crimp =Url- di M 4 + o D1STlIl UNION yEQU1TY ALt Burley Growers WU Be Organized Elizabethtowna Quick Action is Wanted on the 1909 PJOI in Four teen Counties t President Eo 1 Davenport fthe 1 National Tobacco Growers assoclaj lion a branch of the American Society i of Equlthas called a meeting of the tobacco growers of the Burley dl- lrict and the counties eMade Hal din larue Hart Barren Metcal Green Adair Taylor Marlon Wasb- iugton Nelson Spencer and DuUltt at- EJizabetbtown eptember 4 The call is as follows At the naI thrum meeting of the American Sock ey of Eltth dlJlanmcut of tobacco held at Bowling Green Ky August 19 1909 a reorg9ilizatioa of this de- partmeul i was harmoniously effected i by electing the proper officers and a board of directors and adopting a pooling pledge to be used by the Bur Ivy growers of Kentucky Ohio and Indiana for the year 1909 Realizing the Importance of prom I and quick action on the mart of theI Burley growers of Kentucky to pool the 1909 crop I hereby call It meet hug of delegates from the following named counties and aU other coup ties of the Burley district In Ken lucky that wish to affiliate with tbls department to meet at Elizabeth i town on Saturday Sllltember 4 for i the purpose of organizing a district- union of the Burley tobacco grower or Kentucky The Imslll of ropresenta- lion will hI one delegate from each county having one or more local un lens of the American Society OfEQ ufty and one delegate from osh Inca unlllll All IIIJllgules to this meetingI must hl numbers of time cloty of Equity In the following namedI counties will get busy at once delegates attend thIs meetingMeade I Lurue Hart Darren Met lliardlnGreen Adair Taylor Marion nelson Spencer and Bullitt E I DAVENPORT National Tobacco Grow era assaclatlonI Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tires I feeling and malaria New Catalogue tree The new catalogue giving full Information concerning the educations work of the Western Nnrmsl malleo on appllcatlon Address II H Chem President Western Normal Dowling Green Kentucky 7t2 Evading the Tariff by Mail The actual schedule of rates is very Important In the Tariff hut greater stress than Is generally attached should be laid upon the admlnlstra lye features which until lately have not been appreciated by the Indus trials Even during the present hearing few producers were prepared to tell how the enforcement of the law was evadedand although It had been ap parent that undervaluing or some method that permitted Illegal entry of goods WAS In force there was little saId about how such practice obtain ed A serious fraud WIII brought out In the silk industry or inure properly au ulllld industry In the illegal Importation of design cards for the Jacquard process These cards ore the work of high class artists us they are designs that are followed In manufacturing high grade silks To produce then In this country Is very xpensive because of the high w1ges paid to this class of sirtlsans as an nitlul cost and the added expense ifreproducing the designs for p c- tical use In Germany the rlllrodue- Ing Is done by buys and cheap labor while here It Is oulypossible to en ploy regularly experienced men The luty upon thlll class of goods Is auf rlcltmt to equalize the difference In cost of producing between here acid Iermany ir It could be collected Its estimated however that out of mportatlohs amounting to about 500 000 only 10 per cent has paid duty the rest being smuggled through tile malls It Is 111188Ib10to hall these esigns wttbourl1StesllbnIn large num bers by flrsteluss mail and train the heaped to the most IxplllIsIe grades Ihese cards comeinto the eouutry without hindrance Here is n question of administration not rates and Its proper eaforce Indutltry1 1 point where It competes with the Y i lerefp Uathe I e- Ffaley3awt etotsA4ng wa =r3rk4theeottlasts e tk pckpm bpfr Jtraa- ioae weere fey butstace then U- 1ecu has grown to the alarmlnc extent or betas the mesas of nuldf7 lag the rate that fa placed upon thee articles to Protect the domee- tlcMENID1N dALLS CHILL TONIC Best four MalariaChils and Fever GuaranteedI Shall Roosters be Silenced Out of a nameless somewhere comes a nameless somebody with a sCheme whIch graphically Illustrates mans hankering to amend the plans of ere ntlon BeIng out or tune with nature hie would make the animal kingdom a voiceless realm and condemn Its denizens to a life of silence ThisI person has been roused to 1It crowing rooster Wherefore he pre poses that nil roosters shall be madeI mute How Simply by catching them while chicks and puncturing their ear drums Then being unable to hear sOunds they will be unable to make any ConsIder thenthe votcelesd roosI ter haughty as ever with comb ns ruddy and strut as domineering as of yore but utterly dumb robbed of the faculty wherewith he was wont In halcyon days to proclaim his lordship of the barnyard The Imagination can picture no creature more grotesque nor one whom vocal bankruptcy soI- I sharply recalls the deep throatedde- flant scream of his ancestors A Bred nothinga monarch the moSt precious attribule of fe3thj ereigntythe voiceless rooster play hIs brief pantomimic part by mon and scoffed at by every re pecting btnIBut unless theoworld has gone madI the crowing rooster sbnll yet with us His voice has a place In the economy of nature which Is as distinct liS his claws He Is the watchman and sentinel of the lock as well as Its ruler and guide Voiceless It would bl of little use In any of then capacities Heard In the country at daybreak his crow Is a tall to the active duties of melmperntle per laps but cheerful tietrreUant and typical of the tarn optimist that his Heard In the city where he Is too often held prisoner In unworthy enl ronment his note Is one of defiance to his captor proclaiming the un daunted warrior preferring death toI surrt ndpriBroadly speaking It may be said that the man whQ Is annoyed by the crowing of a rooster deserves to be annoyed He Is a discord In time coordinated harmonies of humanity nn- dnaturcdspeptlc maybe or grouch and if by the foot race to which the chanticleer challenges him he Is helped to get Into tune with thei world about him he may thank the feathered disturber of his repose for the ialnFrom the New York Mall WALKING WITH A WIODERMA It Means Marrying Him Ptompt Especially if Hes Got a Home Zo mm It Were not too salt mnm said Matilda firmly and then while I still gazed astonished she sat down and burst into noisy childish weeping All she seemed to he apologIzing mad saying she couldnt think what made her act so silly I told her I would overlook It Its my slater mm Is going to nanny such a lteakt of a man she explained Nothing else Would have nada me fly out so unbecoming The resumed her tears with au energy wlrlch seemed to demand sal volatile ympathy or summary dismissal Nut that she could hlmvo looked for a high marriage being so Inoffensive and with hair liS strlte ali a pound of candtcs Matlida went on But him Icing In a shone its beyond A rapmma traveling show she explained She walked out with him Sunday week and never wrote word to me though I was let know by many kind friends tiS despised hr fur It let alone others that congratulated me like snakes In the grass And yesterday she done It again walked down Meeting lane on Stlday- nfternoon ll and alnt asbalmed to own I To the outsider the case seemed far from desperate Did not Harriet rsllkout for eleven years with a mid leaged butcher boy and anaounco- en consent to marry him at the end hairraising surprise7 IPerhps she will chlfiage her mind up Isaggested lCook dried her eyes and roseob Cati I UrtflA JUonse Ir C Auction Sales Every Satullydb BIG 1disZ O KING AuctlgneerJt Cer1tral City Ky S GOOD POSITION a tDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuition competitors bynot accepting OOKKEEPIN6Draughons that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you f j 96 per cent of the United States Court Report 1erswrite the system of Shorthand Draughon is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRJUGHOliS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE igscosroazrso EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASUVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPJJJS 414 + It+i4Ft+ 4- i 4i f IITHE KENTUCKY LIght and Power CoI ItINCORPORATED IIWlhh WIRR YOUR hOUSR M COST i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE GLEANf I HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHOME VOR BUSINESS HOUSE ShtOULD- BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IAr REACH iJj iiE G BARRASS Managri 1111111111 d Ii OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN andLouisville Herald 4135 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 16Q THE REPTDIICAN Bud St LoUIS GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farr 125 IttTHE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOweiisboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE itEPUBIIUAH and lJauy uwensoorolnquUer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Obom Messenger 17 i THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky FarmerT 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Magazine 135- rlis REPUBLICAI and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN vlously ashamed of having exhibited her Woes to ono without understanding lies a wldderman DIm she said reproachfully You cant walk out with a wldderman without marrying houlle1Dutand cup4Itsnot slmlar to live In she said If I was to speak to him like she I can mid draw tears lit knowsI word Is what Im accustomed to In I DutiImine had held out hopeatoamnn with a house and family and then drew bnckHlland me have got to bear It This aint a world thatll let you took back Remember Lots wire after she had put her hand to time plow Will you have shrimps In the kedgeree mnmWestmiaisler Gazette Chiiaregr Cry i fOR FLETCHERS I CAS TORIAr A t Triple PlatedKnives stamped through conslanttndhardest notable luturn GERsBROS kniveS service andsalislaction Numerous patterns operedInthsfamousIt everywhere Scud dealers Catalogue showing INQlllIIIT IolmWlau1811Yerco Msuo4tsr T longer harder service because round boldtr which comers where joined hapdle inane blade j other they have does away Sold 1 with than last ant of Ue V for ci all s- r 01 Is to f w a s k E a 4 I I GOLDALLOYED In I t L INLAYS Now Being Used by Dentist In Filling Teeth t IY 0Del cate Work Required To Plug ep Cavities in the Human o Molars The modern don 18t now makes porI celain In making an ordinary gold tilling the caylty in the tooth la made larger within than at its opening thewalls nine contracting helping to hold the titling In The cavity for a gold inlay must of course be at least as large at tho opening nsnt any Interior point for the inlay Is In a solid block There may be varloui reasons forr putting Into a tooth a gold inlay in stead of ruling malletcd In For one y reason it may be that the walls of the tooth are too trail to stand the mallet ing without danger of breaklngor it may be that the gold inlay is ti fu into a back grl1Unr toothwhere a maltcted filling would not servo the purpose An ordinary gold filling such as is malletcd in is marie of pure gold If it were otherwise it could nut I bo workeda gold inlay can be alloyed to make it of a degree of hardness sufficient to withstand use Porcelain inlays are commonly sot In front teethwhero they do not show as a gold tilling would The porcelain powders of which such inlays are made are produced In a practically endless variety of shadeswhlch can be further varied by combination- It is possible to make a porcelain inlay that will match the surronding tooth so perfectly that except upon tho closest inspection it is impossible to tell where the tooth leaves off and the Inlay begins Porcelain inlays which are moulded into shape from the plastic material and then baked may be set in grinding teeth but this Is not commonly done A porcelain inlay that might not break it stepped on might break in a grind Jog tooth in use A perfect amalgam tilling will wear p as well and as long as the tooth In which It4s eotbut amalctf dlscbjora time and there are persons who will not have an amalgam filling oven Ina back tooth out of eight Vot these people for a i grinding tooth gold inlays are made In whatever sort of tooth tho gold Inlay is to be placedthe caylty when drilled out Is furrowed down its sides within with little grooveslnto wbld corresponding mouldings on the Inlay will fit this to hold the inlay more securely in place and the better fo enable it to withstand pressure applied to It from various dlroctlonsand with the cavity finished a form or pattern irf taken of It in wax Into one end ohMs little form or pattern in wax is thrust a delicate wire by which It can be handled without handling the form itself nod then this pattern Is set in a tiny flask and around it as in a foundry the moulders pack sand around patterns in making moulds in bigger flasks plaster is packed When this tiny mould containing tho wax pattern for the Inlay has hardened the wire is drawn out of the pattern and the wax Iii melted out of tho mould and then there is the ready for the castlngwhlch is done by the aid of various special np pllances made for the purpose Then you break the little plaster mould and therereleafeyou have the gold in layIt is set into place with cement which after an hour or two In which to harden holds the inlay flrmlyand securely anchored In due time later the dentist will grind it down around to make it perfectly flush with I the surrounding tooth surface and polish ltNew York Sun QUICKS PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal has the power to issue the EIE IENTI ARY CERTIFICATE the I IATE CERTIFICATE and the LIFE CERTIFICATE which entitle the hold irtfv to teach any where In Kentucky for two years four years and for life respectively without further examin ation Information as to the amount of work required for each certificate will be furnished when desired Address H II Cherry President Western Normal Bowling Green Ky 7t2 I The First the Seasont In clothes is like the first of v anything elseif its good its apt to be a source ofmore than usual satisfaction be cause its first The first man who goes out M of this store wearing one of our new suits or a pair ofour new pants is sure to get a lot of pleasure in it He will be better dressed than the men around him He will have a iii distinction in style and fashion unusuali Marx Have produced for us someof the most stunning creations tye have ever had to offer our trade The new grays are excep M tionally attractive as well as the checks plaids and stripes r t and other pattern weaves It We are ready to show you the new clothes for fall euits5 to30i Pants 1 to 6 4 w Child PARDONSEEKERS TURNED DOWN Gov Cox Finds He is Im PQsed Upon No Clemency Where Gov Willson Has Refused to Grant Pardons Fraijkfort Ky Aug 29 Pardon seekers received a rude check during the last week while Lieut Gov Cox was acting as ChEf Executive of the State for the AoSnSfGovernor laid down the law t vcral persons who applied to him for pardons after hav ling been refused clemency by Gov Wlllson Gov Cox says he will not stand for this and where Gov Wlll son has refused to grant a pardon the Acting Governor will refuse to con sider an application It has been customary and has been done frequently for the friends of ii convict or a man In trouble to apply to Gov wlllson for a pardon If refused application then would be made to Gov Cox it being thought that they would hove a new chance with a new man But Gov Cox has caught onto the scheme and while he was In Frankfort on this trip he adopted the rule that where a pardon has been refused by the Coy emor thut ends the case as fur as chances for a pardon are concerned during this administration Coy Cox says It would not be right or proper for him to grant a pardon after the Governor of the State had refused to grant a pardon even though after hearing the facts ho should thjnk that the Governor had made a mis takeIt came this way Application for pardon was made to Gov Cox and he said he would consider the case and look Into the facts He took down the papers and the records in the case and much to his surprise found that application had been made previously to Coy Willson and the Governor had declined to grant a pardon That settled it with Goy Cox He refus ed to grant the pardon and has serv ed notice that in the future the action of Coy Willson will be final un less Governor Wlllson himself eves titto change his mind When Gov Willson does not grant 11 pardon it does not mean the de cision Is final In some cases he lays away the papers with a view to studying them further or looking more closely Into the facts or to let time pass before acting but In many cases he docs act and writes refused across the envelope in whclh the papers are contained That ends the case and it Is cases of this kind that Gov Cox will refuse to consider in the future The truth of the matter Is that Gov Cox has been Imposed upon considerably since he has been acting as Governor and he is tired of It Like all Governors or Acting Governors his heart has become considerably hardened by too many up peals Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave me In tense suffering she writes and soy eral times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurable Then Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure bo permanent that 1 have not been troubled In twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Big Pond Pa It works wonders in Cpughs maul Colds Sore Lungs Heniorrhngu LaGrlppe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough timid all Bronchial affections 50c and 1 Trial bottles tree Guaranteed by all druggists in l The Oldest Living Triplets According to Congressman Cliarlet H Cowles of North Carolina the oldest living triplets In the world art the Glbbs born In WHkesboro X C May 2 1833 and now In their seven ty= sevtntin year One of the triplets Willltim Washington Gllibs resides In Atlanta Ga and the other tWoRnb ert Jackson Glbbs and Thomas Lafay ette Gibbs live at Roomer X C within a few miles of the place of their birth The three brothers are hale hearty Industrious sober and splendid citizens In spite of the fact that they endured the hardships and prlvltatlons of four years of Civil War and years of struggle with poverty All three of them volunteered early In the war and fought In the same comI pany of time same regiment in many nallbattleGettysburg the crest of Confederate aggression and Appomattox the last Tho Kind You Hnvo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years Juts borno the signature of and has been mado under his per sonal suporvlsion slneo its infancy w Allow no ono todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and H Jnstasgoodaro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment I What is CATORIA Castorln is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fercrlshncss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S Boars the Signature of rLIso The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTkuft COMPANY TT MUKB4V TfltCT NOW YOHK CRY of that struggle The Glbbs triplets In common with all North Carolinians are proud of the Inscription on the States battlefield monuments which reads First at Bethel farthest at Gettysburg and last at Appomattox The triplets are descended frown long lived families on both sides Their father lived to be a good old age mid their mother died only a few years ago at the age of almost nine tyone Aunt Carolina Grlnton col ored of Wllkesbcro who Is almost years old claims to have nursed 1100 Glbbs triplets when they were ba hies She says They was powerful strong young uns The triplets are all married men each has grandchil dren and they are most devoted to each other Leslies Weekly QIIICKSOhill PillS and puri fy your blood and make you feel like a new man Enter School See your County Superlntondant and write 11 H Cherry Prpsldtnt Western Normal Howling Oroon Ky concerning fret scholarship Full session opens September 7th 7U of j uyriarm omnatmrr cs marsupyngar PBARNES BROSBEAVER DAM KY4 ti- r ry7- W1 jrLur F 1 1 1c1 fl 4- r oj T = t irtford Republican r t fetse owrdba to laW t W PstoaM- Wrd Its am man taster of b MCO am emC lf MBARNETT foirli- F8o3s Y8 4ambr1n c 4022Rout 2U FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3 REPUBLICAN TICKET i d t t 1 For RepresentatlTeW S Deans For Circuit ClerkEo G Barra- uFe County JudgeILA Weddlr For County ClerkW STinsley- ForCounty AttorneyrC E Smlui I For Sher18T H Duck For AssessorBernaidFeBL For School SuptHenry Leach- For JatlerW PlIldklt For Surveyor C S Mosley For CoronerDan W King FOR MAGISTRATE Hartford DistricD S Chamber of 1111 2 Beaver Dam Dlstrfet0 E Scott a Rockport DlstrlutJohn H Miles Is 4 Ceutertown DlstrlctJ C Jack er eon Ii Roslue DlstrlctM C Cook 8 Sulphur Sprints DlstrlctJ Sl Graham 7 Fordsville DlstrlctC Y 3lilea- S Bartlett Dlrricto nomineeII Mr Bryan will find that Texas Is just tiS tar from Washington as Xe braska If politics Is to be eliminated from the census why not eliminate It fromr Congress as well It Is said that Mr Harriman Is nov able to sit up and take a railroad or two for luncheon1JWhat is a baby worth the Philadelphia American It depends somewhat on whose baby It IsftothatSome people con there Is going to be world wide peace if it- takes a bloody war to bring It about Senator Cummins If Iowa is till In selll1on on the tariff qUIl lon The Senate having adjournlll heI should adjourn also President Taft will visit more places meet more people and travel Inure tulles In its coming tour than any other pretddent h118 ever dune The Bradley baUltWt at louI6lIIeI last week thoroughly demonatrated the fact that the Republicans of Kentucky are working In ablOluto harlllo ny We see no reason for the opposition to Scerotary McVeaghs rignrted plan of reducing the dze of paper rnrrency It thl bills ore smAll WI can make believe that wo have plenty of money Waiter Wellman has lignin tailed In his effort to rlIch the North Pole Jut there Is one tiling concerning which he Is to be congratulated Ile always furnishes his owmi relict expedition The Ink land scnrcely gotten dry rot the new tariff hill until the leather 4nmst was formed This Is a skIn game to take up the profits made possible by trloc hides TIll furwer pays the 1111 The DuInocrm uutr hlo much trouble In splitting the Republican party The trouble has always been to keep It PIIIIL on election day Jt seems that n few screws are to be left lease In Ute Alabama pri hl- blUon law I The leather naay that the re- movnl of the Tariff ou hides will not affect time farmer That Is It- will not make bides cheaper Du It theremoval ohtha dtily will not nke bides cheaper what then is the qs4 In taking It oft Somebody Is lylog and somebody is playing n bunco game un the fnrrlllrs as usual The Tariff reform Is to be taken outer the producer all the farm Our Imocrallc friends undertake to claim credit for the repeal of the tobacco tax and yet the only four votes tram Kentucky cast for the passage of the measure which matte It possihla were given by Republicans Sine Democratic votes from Kentucky were cast mmgnimt the measure and had there been enough of this kind ot votes In Cungre9s the tobacco tax wOuld today he unrepenled Every member of tho Republicntm- kfcket Is out seeing the voters and tholndicatIons lire Iliad the full Republ- cann vote will be brought to the polls Jri November Tc party is absolutely harmonious andVthere Is no lanbt about the election of every one bn 1 f rte tS t Howerer the bays are i4secaw abasecatag are htsatlla for Tote as thoagh they kid dero- ppoettloa We belly e now that tile l for some of the caBdltlate Mark this predlcU- oas raifwe are sot right s 1 Sc V fa TeUBq1lJsblnr the control at the Brecktnr1dge County Democrat theII IOOI1DAD8 to whom the paper has be I longed and who have been Its ed- ltors I took occasion to notify thelr enemies In the Democratic camp that tliry might expect no quarter from them In the future They say that some of them have already been pun hed and that otpers wiU rcceh tt tse treatment whenever they fur nt an oportunlt All of this should be ryncouragJng tohe Repu- b1IeansvfBreckenrldge Junt 11119t ha tiotalnafed en elegant ticket ani- deaaeerve to wYn3Ve seeno reason why tbeptsouiiaallowvlctory to be wrenched from them when they have the majority of the votes In the county The Dreckenrldge County Democrat has been purchased by leading Re publlcans of DreckenrJdge county and will be Issued this week as a RepuiJ Mean organ under the management a stock company It Is probable that lion John PV Haswell will be Its editor at least for a time This the K move which the DnCken ridge county Republicans have cv made and It the paper Is maintain In ed It will place DnCkenrldge county permanently In the Republican col umn Thecounty has been Rel for a number ot years ubllcanI ways given Its vote to state and national elections but has usually fallen down in county races for the reason that they had no count organ to represent them mad no medium through which to refute unfounded charges coming tron Democratic newspapers We take oil our hat to the Republicans of Drecken county and congratulate them I that they hwe at last hit upon the mly plan through which the county ticket can be carried to liucceff IS and permanent party supremacy maintained We wish the new cr an- abundatlt success and we shall alwrya- he glad to extend It a helping hand We feel now since we are connect td with the new railroad that Jar ilnsburg and Hartford are v r e nelghhors PALO Sept IHtalth Is not very good our cummunity at present Those on the sick list are J T limes an Infant of Mr Bob Deter Mis InnI Iurbin and children nut Mrs Ellnn hunger Chills seem to lJU the lire raillag trouble Mrs Mary Nelson and children of Illinois and Mr J T limos wife children of Palo visited Mr D land Coy and family lit Jingo Satur and Sundays Mrs Fuqua and son Master Lewis visited Mrs Xannie limos Tuesday evening Mr Bud Durbin who has been xis- ithtg relatives here returned to 1119 home In Xew Albany Sunday Misses Genie and Deillu King were the guests ot Miss Rosa Rusell Sunday Mesdames Fannie Coy and Nola Coy visited Mrs lula Powers ut Sun nydale Sunday Mr Charlie Colburn was very badly stung IIy yellow jackets recently while trimmlllg a tree and was quite sick for sometlme from his warm ex- perltmce Mrs Nannie tIc Duke Monday eenlngI ILouisvilleThe Shoxthe tenth annual extbition of which will he given at the First Reg- Iment I Armory In the metrppolis of tl1I State dhrnig the week of October hail heed completeL1 and tndlcnllll tha i thehorsemen of this State and the euntry at largo will have a rich arra ofI moneyand plate to contest Jot Tht fpthtnmotlnt will TUn well over 612000 and Insures ctimpetitlon by th most horseflesh lfthu country Kentucky saddlers nsu ualtbave a largeIllco on the program ns they- save nrwpys had The threegalted rod fivegalled saddle hotses for which this commonwealth Is as tamou- as for It thoroughbreds have been Uvldd into classes such all nntur lily suggest themselves to the bloso- mnn and age size and ability to do will be considered In making awards flat Cohen the Bail Brothers the lay stable Lawrence Jones amid oth- r noted owners of saddle horses will have entries this year In the harness classes the roulsvllle Chow will bl ns usual nimot unequal od Last year tbet ealures of this di- rlslon were the exhibitions of Alfred G Vanderbilt and Judge Xllllnm II Moore and It Is practltstly cer ain that both will be back IMsfntl In addition C W WlItsol1 Miss Em Bedford Reginald Vanderbilt and IllyWJlnrrlmnn are expected to show the prospects for the show 1 unusually brillian- ty ty 1Jit 4 Sept L iare In oar n eaii are very busy with their tbiiaee- 31r J lL Ambrose returiteiltlt9te from Loulsillle 8alurdayl LIttle Bertie Ambrose bappeaed e- I a painful accident Last Mondays school While playIng ho rastorer a girl fell and broke his horse and buggy was seat forjean his brother Scott who has chaeti jwhereThe young people of this Cernun1- ity should take warning ur Uiitblg leopard Is running at large agatrLrlit Owen Wells says that he si lts track on last Sunday In the btgroa near Miss Eva MarUns He sys Its track was something abCut the sizeof a coon skin The Invincibility of PleasantR1dge ball team and their boast 0fakl11 and how they were going to sbuwtb- Adaburg boys the way the chicken got the ax was somewhat spoileda the ax was placed at the neck oCthe other fellows Messrs Owen Ambrose and Owen Wells attended a party at Mrs AI lens on last Tuesday night W Our new trustee Mr Butter RhOads has ordered an automobile fromlouI- svllle and says that he intends See every part Qf the dis rlCtiWnd see that the children ore provlded fo the proper manner this time The medIcine man passed thrrigh Our town Tuesday t- Mr Frank Taylor ot Adaburgwba has been In the Jungles ot t1ewl1d west hag returned to his home IlpERUSE AND ot- 1iHartford PONDER Fair YOU WILL Positively Perceive Pleased Patrons Prepossessing Persons Precise preachers Prominent Politicians Promiscuous PublicP i1t Particular PeopleyPopular Pleasures r4IeProtuet Prizes i Prosperity Promoted Pleasing Purveyor IPremium Poultryst1Perfect Potatoes Prime Peaches6aPerfect Pears d Perky Preserves tr Picked Peppers 11PottedPrincelyPalms 11 Ponderous Pumpkins- Iumology iiJ Promoted r Powerful percherons 3 Portly porkers i- Pigwidgeon PlgIlls Purring Pets Playful PUpilS Pretty Pullets Plows and Planters Pnirs of Pigeons Praiseworthy I alntln s- PreparrdProducts Premiums Paid- Promptly at Par Pioneers Picnic Poor Peoples Paradisety Prosperous Perlns Plea- surePHOTOGRAPHS Get your photos made while at tending the Fair Schroeters Floating Studio will be at the landing lust above the bridge and Schroe iters new Studio is still og the map at Hartford above the Hart ford Republican Having the two Galleries here we are better fixed than ever be fore to serve the crowds which we usually have during the Fair Dont wait until the last day to come if you can help it We wilt be glad to see you at either one or both Galleries Yours truly THE SCHROETERS CENTRAL GROVE Sept 1Ir and Mrs S A Reynolds Williams Minos attended sun- day school here Sunday Mr ReY nolds gave the school an nterelitlpJ talk Miss Sadie Rocker left Sunday frIndiana where she will be eugagcdfu millinery Mr and Mrs Dan Barites and Ilttlo- yllssGertie Payne near Coralvospnt Saturday night and Sunday at Mr Jobn Shoulders If Mr and Mrs J B Tappan Hmtrt Cord visited at Mr D Ma Parksrqe- entlyr 1 lilies Nina Maddox of Beaver Dam ea scent last week with her cousin Miss S y i Svy J IJt hnnniiivo pWItjJr r f If1i ttiji I IWj r J r i tI Believing that the people of Kentuckyst lW of the ftJ i- tA the organizationinterested ini roaf wu be t i iJt I 1 I 1w u I Cltizens Jrt d f it + 0 aIF a iyry Nation ff Jfj 1 VcI J J J Jt l Yi O ii It J r llie ft I d 0 I r InsuranceI f r Company or L I I A tI1Jo Believing that they WANTsuch a company believing Y I that they will SU PORsuch a company by subscribing for 1J j its stockwe m this paper every week the f- I ameunt of subscriptions to date The work of getting J a subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts 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Is better Dr G F Chapman Centertownwa hero yesterday Jo eo Mr Robert Loney who Is nil better Mrs J L Porter Is sick Miss Nellie McKernnn h ms returns rom McLwan county eVrf t 5 I SEE PROF MOORE I i f 11 In His Double Parachute apI Nothing Like it Ever Witnessedi I H eor e d1EREE NfJUFOtllO QVNltY FAIrR- tt rol J s k L I- J1 i O t- J T r uai YOURi iI f f t 4t ff 1A1JLSLJIf rJ Iol r Ji 1 II I 27 i 1 I r f two J What about it w b x Our new Fall Clothing is now ready fpr 4 your inspection We want to show you the most uptodate line that will be in Hartford thisseasv 4 on We mean our celebrated Sterling BENCH TAILOR ED SUITS Calland see them I TH E D EALE R SI Announcement We are special agents for the- AmoriiftD Laa I es- Tailoring Co Samples now on display They have the greatest line ever shown by one house Seetheirlarge display Advertisement in this monthsLadies Home Journal and DelinV eator J Our measuicer and fit are guaranteedby- people whop make good 1 1rThattsus You take no risk Wetack clupthe goodseAsk to see the 400 + atnples andyb dependon K BARNARD tktO Hartford Ky 0 ill on the Republican for Fine Job Wot + S rb iartfdrd Republicai FRiDAY SEPTEMBER 3 IlunoIsContralRallroadTlmOTab At Beaver Dam Ky iiliHII1iHU Itnnnd- fo III due 4OBnm No 121 dujltt5 m loldal8pmt J led Cream at City Restaurant ISteak 1 eals eo gooa at the City I Restaurant I Mr J C Riley was In Dundee Tues day on business City Restaurant meals eo good I Come and try one Have you cutyour weeds If noti do not delay another day Rev L W Tichenor Matanzaspald us a pleasant call yesterday Mrs C E Smith Is quite sick at her home on Fredrlca street Heres a treat for youOhio Coun ty Fair September 8 U 10 and 11 Miss Ella Hocker Drowns Valley Ky is the guest of Miss Laura McKinney north Hartford Concerts each day by 3rd Regiment Band aloue wofth the price of admission at Ohio County alriTho Fairs of all Fairs Hartford September S 9 10 and 11Icxt week The ideal rest cure TnV H now Mr Cio utiiix ni 18 a stu dent of Vanderbilt University Nashville Is the guest of his parents Mr Henry Fieldswho has been visiting his family here for several days returned to Jennings La last Sunday Amusement and Instruction happily jolted You will miss it if youI miss It Everything to see at Ohio County Fair The noted Third Regiment band Owensboro of 20 poeple will furnish the music Splendid music every day at Hartford Fait Messrs Hooker Williams and G B Likens attended tho Democratic Rail road Commissioners Convention Int Oxyensbnro WednesdayIMr Guy Forrester of the Republican typographical force is visiting- Is visiting his brother Taylor Bart Icy at Rockport Ind Special free uurucllona have been procured at great expense for the amusement and edification of all who attend the Ohio County Fair colminisions condition and but little If anyI Improved If you want somethingnew for tho great Ohio County Fair visit us We are just opening up a nice lot of Ginghams Suitings and Wool ens CARSON C CO If some power could be put into remOVllljloC would doubtless form a better opinion of the town The ilaptlst Church folks have arranged so that those who are unnj blo but wish to hear the Sunday ser A mon can du so by telephone Deskj receivers will be stationetV in front of the preacher and the party at the other end of the line simply sits back and listens It Is a commenda blo uptodate cnterplIseIA series of at Taylor night September 13 Tho use of they IIIkindlythe meeting Christians of nil dcIInominations are corM Y nvlted toi tdondIVIRGIL ELGIN Mr jPc Jtones who keeps a sortII drink establishment on Union Street shot at n burglar last Saturday nightII who was attempting to gain admit tance to his of business through jllJonehurt but badly Those who attended tho Brecken ridge County Fair at Hardlnsburg Wednesday from Hartford wore Mr and Mrs J C Thomas and son Elijah Mr and Mrs W Hf RIleyMr and Mrs E E Blrkhead Mr andMrs R W King Mr and Mrs Z W Grif fin Mr J W ForJ nnd Miss Winnie Siranierman Mrs Hooker Williams Mrs C MJ Barnett Mr Sherman Park and Mrs John D Foster Messrs R D Walker C M Crowe E T VII Yams Hnrold Holbrook Mrs Jen into T Mo Henry Mrs RI Holbrook i illJlorttrhctlve fair prosfam in our neighbor Ingcity r v I r g f flUSOU OjDICI u F Mr c L Fluids Owensboro visited relatives here a few days this week Mrs Amanda Barnett near town his been quite sick the past few Jays Mra George WFeagan and Miss Lctilc Marks have returned from Daw son SpringsICROSSTIES NTE =For prices ccnll on or addressO C OBannon Hartford Ky 7tl4 Rev Cundlff of Hardin County will preach at the C P Church Saturday and Sunday nights Mr and Mrs H a Loustettor of Chicago and Miss Alice Bell Allen Hawesvlllc are the guests of Judge anti Mrs J D Wilson on Union streetPrincely prizes and purses l200 alone to speed ringsa varied progral embracing all kinds of racing At traction exhibits to please all kinds of people at Hartford Fair Mrs Lizzie Young who has been visiting the familyof Mr F W lIr tle east Hartford and other frlenila and relatives returned to her home In Batten Rouge La Wednesday I Born to the wife of James Nunco Wednesday morning a flue boy Mr Nance In an employee of the Hartford Herald but we understand the new boy has announced himself a Repub I licanMr n William ling nail family who I have been the guests of Dr and i Mrs K H Pendleton for some time left1 on the early train wed morning for Louisville where they will make j their tutors homeIMr F L Sanderfur has exchanged his house and lot on Griffin Avenue I I for the storehouse und stock belonglig to Rev F D Baughn at Sunnydalu will shortly move to that place I Rev Bnughn mo h gheleIRev W B Wrlcht of the Chris tian Church preached at heaver Dam last Sunday morning and at Hartford on the night of the same day Rev Wright IB an eloquent and able preach er and he never falls to have an at tentive audience at each service He was formerly the pastor of the Chris tian Church here and his return Is always looked forward to with much pleasure I IIhometo 11 oclock p in was highly enjoyed Among those present were Cava Anderson of Qwenuhuru Fannlo WhlUinghlll FordsvllIejMln nlu Renfrew Howling Crucn EITU Duke Edith Duke Alice Keown An ale Eli a Kcown Sarah Keown Annie Allen login Clara RobertsonMarv Spauldlng Ethel Hatcher Isabelltnlr Alma Riley Haltle Ulenn Ruth Rile loitna Ford Lorraine SulleiiBer OzoI mi Mosoley iiolllo Rllv Myrtle Wil liams Lizzie Miller Helena Miller Lela Mhgun Mussrs Douglas 1Vllx Josh Field King Trlmblo Pen dleton Conner Ford Andrew Glenn Martin Thomas Allison Burnett aid Henry Holbrook Harold HolbrookCy Iatin Anasta 1atln Uyron FilsI er Darrell Sulleuger Will Riley J j W Marks Roy Heavrln Raymer Tins icy Sydney Williams Ray Hatcher ClaroAcc Barnard i Few Good Reasons Why You Should Go to the Ohio County Fair r1Zi Yeartss GoodiJdIjIts Pleasing Different ts Uptodate instructive Educational ts Entertaining an Ideal Fair ts Without n Peer t High In Its Alms t rfif Its tho Most Popular Dotter than Ever 1 Its the Best Fair Ever j progressive Fair v Its Broad In Us Scope ts iW Most Complete II the Most Elaborate Always Progressive i ts n Modern Exposition ts Always to tho Front ts Free from Gambling Its a Recognized Success Its u Fair for tho People Its Clean mid Entertaining Its Alive In Every Feature Its tho Lender of Them All Its aMost Delightful Place Its a Pretentious Production Its tho Great Summer Event Its a Gala Place for Everyone Its Always a Welcome PUce Its the Pinnacle of Perfection Its n Good Cure for the Blues Its Absolutely ts n Fair flint will Please YOIIIIts Pjurmeatud yrlth Enthusiasm the Premier Fair of the Year a Place to Meet Old Friends Italndxtrnordlnary Exhibition Its thbfBlEgest and Best Anywhere tYa A WEDNESDAY September 8th ONLY SHOW TO BE THERE THIS YEAR John Robinsons TEN BIG SHOWS 4 BIG SSMMID WEST3 MENAGERIES MILITARY TOURNAMENT 1OO e New Acts 100 100 Feature Artists 100 Noted Artists Greatest riders Most noted Acobats Famed Gymnasts 50 Clowns 10 RidingSef1WARREN TRAVISChampion Heavy Weight Lifter Lifting Elephant Holding 12 Men on Platform on his Chfst Allowing 2 Big Maxwell Automobiles to run over his body Castelo Riding Act Tarants Crsting Act Meuorva Sister Iron Jaw Act Castenetie sliding down 50 IVet incline on his head Ortons Great Buggy Riding Act Hippopot amus Rhinoeenis White Bears Tigers Horned Horses land Leopard Lions and hosts of Animals Seals Sea Lions 2= Herds of Big Performing Elephants = 2 DROVE CAMELS WATER BUFFALOS ZEBRAS ETC KINGS CQMPLETE WILD WEST StageCoachKnee livery known Kindof Western Sporty and Pastimes of the Plains Company of U S Cavalry in all Kinds of Monkey Drills and Riding 30000000 Free Street Parade Daily ii BandsjO CaRestO Tableau Wagons Mounted Peojilc Led Stock Cavalry Wild West CO Ponies 300 Horse 1 Two Performances Daily Rain or Shine Doors Open 1 and 7 P M CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS 8ved1It L ft 1A ijr I r e r S 1 S t 1 f 10 lME r THE NATiON1 0 ObITHE SIGNAL FOR HIGH NOON a Is rit Ia Flashed Out Over Nearly a Mil lion Mites of Telegraph Wires Every Day In the YearThe Finely Ad I justed Instruments That Are Used A trw minutes before 12 oclock noon very day In the year a young man walks Into n certain room of the main jlmlldlng nt the naval observatory which Is net up on a hill In the north wwtern part of the District of Colum bin He glances at the various cldckn in the room and thou gore user to n table which Is covered wltb electric appurntus He watches the clocks to his left clofPly and waits for the bands to jvach 1135 As the second hand ap jiniacliCM the CO on the dial he pre pares to shift a switch Tut clock Is w finely adjusted that when the see ond hnnd points to tW It exactly marks the beginning of n new minute As It touches the no thy switches ore thrown on That starts a signal that Rues out Instantaneously over IKKXOflO miles of telegraph lines In Washington New York liulTalo Clove Jand Newport Itiiltlinorc Newport News Norfolk Savannah New Or leans Key West CSnlveston Chicago and elsewhere the time bulls go up on their poles IVople know that It Is live minutes to noon Washington time The clock which keeps the time In the observatory ticks on With each tick there Is a contact of electric point A circuit Is closed aud nn in strument on the table similar In ap Is pearance to a telegraph sounder ticks away loudly- It goes on to the tweutynlnth see end then skips one tick then resumes its steady sounding until the last flve seconds then there Is another gap these gaps urn for the purpose of riving listeners nt the other ends of the great system of wires a chance to know what part of the minute the a cJopU Js ou So It goes up to the last minute At the twentyninth second there Is flgaln the skipping of one second Finally the clock gets around to the fiftieth second Then the circuit re mains open for ten seconds There Is silence nil along the telegraph wires At the other end where there ore time balls or merely train operators the long pause Indicates that noon Is a almost there The second band makes on toward GO and finally reaches the mark Then there Is another click In about a second the sounder Is down and that tells hundreds of thousands of people that It Is noon In Washington it Is n wonderful operation this getI ting the time nnd highly technical Finely adjusted clocks chronographs nail other Instruments of great value are used and the taking nnd recording of the time have reached a point where the human equation Is practically ohm mated r Tbe results obtained are of great value particularly to mariners The time Is riot only lashed to hundreds of points In the United States but It is sent far out to sea by wireless A cable carries the flush to Havana another to Panama and Callao Peru Tbo observatory here does not send the time much farther west than the Rockies but they have an observatory lit the Marc Island navy yard and from there the time Is sent up and down the Iaclllc coast Just ns It Is I from here to the eastern part of the United States In the cities where tho central time Is used the hash marks Jl oclock An hour Inter local opera IoN drop the time balls The mean time Is determined by as tronomical observations When cer tain stiles pass the seventylift menu jilt called the meridian of Washing ton It Is a certain time The operator watcliutt for the stuns llmiusli n iiln scope the Held of which Is covered wjjb jluc wires As Ihc stars reach n certainpoint In transit tho operator presses a key In bio hand A contact Is made and recorded on n chronograph The chrono graphs consists of n cylinder covered with paper A fountain pen rests on the paper It Is held by an arm attached to the mechanism The cylln dcr revolves once a minute and till- Iito moves along the surface of the paper ranking n spiral line A sidereal clock of the finest make Is running In a vault underneath tho ob servatory With each tick of the clock there Is a contact of two points Tbeitc two points are attached to wires bat lead to an electromagnet at tached to the arm that holds the pen of the chronograph The clock Is so adjusted that each minute the pen jumps to oue side Consequently there Is n break In the line There are other breaks too when the observer watches the stars crow the lines In the field of the- tehescole The mean time tills re corded for each stun after being corrected for errors In the clock time of time stars transit Whatever difference there Is between the cluck time and the sidereal time marked by time trans It of the stars Is the error of the clock Kront these astronomical ob servations the sidereal time Is ob tained ohm error amounts to hut Jlttle rarely being more than front live onihundredths to ten onebun dmlths of n second Time time of sending n flash over the wires Is practically nothing A flash Jmnt readied Creenwlcli Kiiglnnd In thwienths of n RivondrWashlngton Cur Cbkjgj Inter Ocean Clactf made 1 the I 200 n a Others give credit to Walllugford who Uved so late as the beginning of the fourteenth century But the molt per fect water clocks were long before the latter period furnished with wheels so that the only Improvement was the substitution of a solid body to act ns moving weight Instead of water It not to bo wondered at that the ap plication of a weight to clocks as a moving power should attract so little attention as water and sand were dn doubtcdly thought more convenient by contemporary writers The oldest com plete clock moved by weights is prob ably that sent by the sultan of Turkey to Frederick II In 1232 In the thir teenth century many of the church steeples in Italy wero furnished with clocks moved by weights which struck the hours Hole of Nuremberg Is supposed to have constructed the first watch In 1500 and to him must also bo given the credit of the spring clock The fusee was probably Invented In England about the end of the silt teenth century But it was not until the middle of tho seventeenth century that the pendulum was first applied to clocks by Huyghens Boar Hunting In Brittany Boar hunting In Brittany Is full of exciting incidents and the boars sel dom die unavenged for though they are beset by mounted hunters nnd peasantry on foot armed with guns the lifeblood of many a hound Is drawn before the savage old tusker yields up ids life Ills dangerous pow ers of offense cease only with his last gasp Though the grip of the bulldog the yelping of the hounds the din of horns and tbo cries of the beaters may force him from hula lair to seek refuge In flight that withdrawal may be set down rattler to prudence aud disgust than to any fear When at last he brought to bay with his hunch against n rock or n tree trunk he Is ready to defy n most Met In n narrow alley of the forest neither man nor horse can withstand time avalanche of his onset Not Infrequently the hunter who loves his hounds will feel but little triumph even In the death many boars If having begun the flellI son with n large pack he ends It with miserable remnant having left nil his best and bravest dogs on time fleUI of battle Two Ways of Telling It Once upon a time a Persian klus hi his sleep dreamed that nil of his teeth fell out before him one by one lIe IetoThe soothsayer said 0 1 11 It meaning of thy dream Is that thy family nUll relatives shall die In thy presence one by one till all mire gone Tho king was very angry at thatt and sent the soothsayer at once to prisonThen he sent for another soothsayer anil again asked for nn Interpretation the llrlllIIIIIklnJIs that thy fatally and relatives shall die one by one and thou thyself shish outlive them allIWith this answer the king showed approval and commanded that n pips eat be given to time Interpreter 111111I that he should be sent homo withI honor Exception to the Rule- I have a boy In my school of whom I am very fond said n New YorlI teacher smilingly but I fear to think what his future may be Indeed Does be evince5rcrhn liial tendencies some grave person who had missed the smile Inquired Well I uui afraid he may become a writer for funny papers the teacher suggested tentatively You see 1 was having n history review one day and I asked this boy who was Peter the treat He answered A czar of Kiissin And was there more than one Peter the rent I asked He appeared to ponder for a mo meat nnd then replied No Miss Mary that was n case In which history didnt rePete ItselfJudgeThe Though a brilliant conversationalist George Meredith lint of course his silent moods and lie happened to be In one of them at n certain picnic Next to him sat a lady herself a good talker who haul hero looking forward to this meeting for days mind It miry be guessed preparing fur ItIo vain The only sentence that passed his lips was when be reached slightly across her for the salt Bicuse the picnic stretch Manchester Guardian Very Affectionate Mr Headstall That horse you brought yesterday seems n vicious looking animal Is he affectionate Mr Cropper Affectionate 1 should think so Why when he came out of the stable he stood upon Lila hind leas mull tried to embruco me The Best Clubs Thpv tell n story In Wall street tbnt Mr Morgan once replied to a younj friend wbo had naked him what wcr tbe best clubs to belong to III New York Young man the very best clubs to devote your time to nro Indian clubs Fooled Him Country Drummer with cigars Pardon me have you n thatch VII lnjo Luster tentatively Ynns but I haint no ConntryDnlmm9rG- OUlt JII tint case yoiioDtnlt Mm uinlcliIiJIilrngp News Tnty pjvro uf spur Ilnlllt You hayp 10 right to licooiuo n liunhii to yoiir iplf and lie maps to otJIIHUall w l TClHlN HORSES T01UMPe- Thera Are Three Method CVcx Ipg Lunging and Driving There lure three inrtuods of teaching- a bontelo lent coaxns lungliiK and dthIng In the coaxing method youiij horse Is turned Into k itMI paddock having n low hedge or across the center In plain flew the pupil a rider on a veteran juniper l should tukc him over the hurdle sev oral times I The trainer then goes to tbo opposite side with a measure of corn or pats and calls the horse stinking up tbo grain and pouring It with Tils hand back and forth In the receptacle The boundary will soon be cleared and when a few mouthfuls have Teen eat en the station of the instructor should be at the other sldo of the hurdle and the lesson repeated If this be done dally the hurdle may be gradually heightenedThe of Jumping Is thus ac quired without those risks which attend a novel performance when n heavy burden oppresses time strength and whip and spur distract the at tention Tbo horses body says Coun try Life In America Is not partially disabled by the Imposition of a heavy load before time powers are taxed 10 the utmost and his capabilities are uu fettered The second method Is termed tune IngA long rein or cord Is attached to the bit stud the animal Is exorcised In a circle In which a hurdle has been placed or n shallow ditch dug A long lashed whip used only to keep him In motion or lightly applied at the proper moment will keep him up to his work Soon the horse will enter Into the spirit of time occasion and by unmistakable signs will manifest Ills enthnsMstlc enjoyment of the exercise The third method driving is exactly what Its name Implies At first the obstruction should be slight Any open space will answer the purpose an earth or sod surface or tanhiirk being preferable Long relDsn straight bar or sun file bit a long whip and patience and perseverance are re quiredAll things considered the driving method Is the quickest and surest way 11111Ihaving thoroughly learned what Is re quired of him time saddle may lie called Into requisition mind the prac tical lessons begun Almost nay young horse can hi taught to leap Of course his proti clency will depend on the care bestow genprnlIthe prutloicucy of an Irish hunter but Inny horse that Is used for a saddler will be of tar greater value to his owner If he con be taken occasionally for cjoss country ride and put over ditches and tofu obstructions Ethics and Morality If n womans husband has been silly enough to take more wine than Is good for him morality would lend her to send him tQ bed Ethics would lead her to send him to Coventry And ethology would probably lead her to send him to a penal settlement for In ebriates If n tunas wife throws a teapot at him as happened recently In the aristocratic neighborhood In which I live morality would lend him to go out of the house fur an hour or so and give her nerves n chance Ethics would probably Induce him to go out of the town and write to her from a garden city that their temperaments were In compatible What ethology wouldI thljnkCbestertuu Moro Accurate The pastor and lib wife had called upon a member of the cougrpgatlot a widow with a small but exceedingly lively boy and were on their way home Well said the preacher she seems to be n very Intelligent woman anyhow Yes And very positive In expressing her opinionsOn contrary said his wife she struck me as bring 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of Hartford on public road Good dwelling and out buildings A nwe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addlUon to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room cottage a good nwo barn Desirable lo cation 182 acres of upland known as the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres In splendid state cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADE Dwelling and store house one acre of Jot good out buildings at snail mining town In Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In buinesss For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres in timber balance In good state of cultivation A trot of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres la cultivation splendid dwel ling barn and out building A good orchard and otter conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Spriues containing 100 sores 40 acres in DO toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We 4dont own the property We ate only agents for the owners and our purpose sto bring together the buyer and seller ortbls service we charge one mall commission No charge it no sale is effected your properly with usior if you want to buy a titan house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY Quick Reliefand CareforHead ache Backache Dizziness 1 IndifieMla Malaria etc 1f A aDired t xryIOlxloOovuity Circuit Court T P Blrkhtad Judg Ben D Ringo AtJOmeyrW AC FleB er Jolter Ed O QarroM Clerk Frank Felix Master CommUaloneriT U Mose leiTrute Jury Fund U B Martin Hartford DeputleeS A llratoher W C Astdey j W Martin firerMondayUnut t1irOOlreeksand third monda M pvem r wo weeks County CoUrl W B Taylor Judge WfJ natfftlerk R M Woodward Attorney R4itford Court convener first U dal la each month Quarterly Court Begins oii the third Monday iu January April July and Oc tober Tilesdaynay ln October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor hveSW Leach Assessor He RoyJamea DaWee e8chool Superlnten eat Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet JIngo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch X June 28 September 24 December 24 W P Miller Horse Branch Iarch 26 June 25 September J3 December 20 W 8 Lean Dundee March 27 Junt 6 September 28 December 27 W n Edge Fordsvllle 2SJuni 2 September 27 December 2- 8DS Chamberlain Bccla March yk June 25 September 2h December i9 Herbert Render Ccnterto nMarcl30 June 20 September 29 December 30 Jchn H Mlles RockportMarch n June 30 September 30 December C HARTFORD POLICE COURT R n WeddIng Judge r S ateniiCItj MarshalCourtmonth MayorGeorgo urer n E U Bimmerman C M Bar nett B E Ulrkhead wayne GrIffin Hooker Williams and iSmest Ellis School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W R 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third Fridayaft moon of each month Mrs khead Lady Commander Mrs E B Pendleton Lady Record keep erPreston Morton Post No 4 Q A R holds regular meetings Saturday be the first Sunday in each month Ash ford Mils Commander J M Rogers Adjt t Ohio Tribe No IK Imp Order nee Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O 0 F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 U N Gray N13 B D Schroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots tat Saturday in each month Noah Skaggs Pree W D Luce SecTirosOFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity pi National Officers ICO DRAYTON Pros QreenTllle 111 M F SHARP ViooPree Bowling Green Ky 8 D KlttfP Sec Trees Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown K S D ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam yIaE SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION tJ M DeWeeee Chairman Hartford DNo2 j A Bolamy WhiteBYllle 3 F D 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VIIIN KIINKHT WOOD WAUJ HEAYRIN WOODWARD Qtf O HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession stn- all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of tics next door to Bank of Hartford YAN OY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT IAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank W IIHARNCS ANDERSOn BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law y HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they 11 have formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Main iV street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON 01IN B WILSON CIIAS M CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERSHARTFORD Will practice their profession in aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to cojcctlans Office on Main S opposite Court House 1 sad TRADEMARKS Promptly obtained la PATENTSTHATupenM anaTielp jou to saccetv Bud model photo or sketch for FREE report SURPASSINQhook on IroIIobl Patents writ D r03SOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON C III KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CgUCH8 113AIp So1Se Free tAND ALL TlROAT AND LUNQTHOUBLE8 uABAXTTXED 8AXIBFAOTOB OB MONEY BEFTJNDED ROCUnRFDAND DEFENDED hodmodel eipert wa free report AlJud1UUpeaty ayd often lAifatiat ExdaslvdrttrltaRU alas Street app TJtjUd fltit Tltmt Caeall WASHINGTON DC- n +ynn kPt + a+ A 1 1 ECSTORIES IiLlt Q1lJgS Aldrln Solving I Problems In Crime k THE VALOEOfSMAL CLEWS t 1nAII My Experience Soya Police 8egeeat Cuff One of Wilkie Cot Tina Creations I Have Never Yet Mt Such a Thing as d Trifle AtI- f you oAk smile London puhllshere hey will tell you thatnu book sells 11- 0weJllli1l Li deteetive story and that lIen pit stilt fnd a tosclnntlon lu the nchlevemeals ot Edger Allan Poe Dupln Ooborluus lecocq and Tnbarl and the rrollubtoble Sergeant CutT or WllklpCoUlnll These men were the forerunners or Sherlock t1ohnls and their feats or crimInal tnuklnl were us reuutrknbl- eas thollP uchlefII by the tmlllUs chnr- nctlr Brent d by Sir Arthur Colinn Doyle Iurhnll the least known Is Cull who IheureM lu The Moonstune Cuff looked for clews In trifles In- vestiguting n smear on a newly paint Pd door he wits told by the lIuplrlu- tlndent who hnd the case In hand that It was made by the petticoats of the women servants The superllltendllIl sold petticoats were trifles In nil my experience along till dirtiest ways ot this dirty little world replied Cuff jl have never met such n thing as n trifle yet We must seethe ptttlcont that mode till smear and we must know for certain that the paint was wet the beau Ideal or the French detective was wont to explain his tie duetlons to nSlllstanls just as Sherlock Holmes dId to his friend 11atson In the story ot File No 113 n safe has been robbed There Is n scratch on the door ot the safe which seems tt have ben made by the key slipping from the lock Out Lecorq xplnhlltl that the pahut Vnll hard and that Ihr- scrntch could not Imve hecn nude Iiy the trembling hand or the thief letting the key 11- 111IJltberfore bad nn Iron box made painted wltl green varnish IIkl tin safe All IreneI lnsertel the key hI asked the usststnnt to elldlavor to prevent him using the key just UK lie wens about to Insert It III the lock The 11- slstnnt dId so and the key held by Lecocq pulled nslde from the lock slipped along the door and traced upon It a diagonal slrntlh from top to bot torn the exact rlpnllluctioll ot the out shown In a photograph ot tune safe Jlms It was ltuvcd that two persons were present at the robbery OUI wished to take the motley and the other to prevent Its being taken In the play Sherlock Holmes the detective tvlth the aId ot nu Dcco- mpillt raises nil alarm ot fire nt the house ot the Larrabees during the IX 4citement ot which be ts able to Inver- tlgate the mystery ot the IHI ricH ulCl documents A somewhat similar Incident occurs In Edgar Allan roes The Purlohied Letter when Iupln having obtahiel entrance to the house ot u minister- of the state who bad purloined II Irt tt ot great Importance trom 8 lady wished tq take It from Its hiding place F o card ruck over tbe muntelplere and substitute a facsimile While Dupin was talking to the mlnllller there was a eudden report ot a pistol teneath the window followed by tpllr- tul screams and loud etiouting Thr minister rushed to the window and while his attention was thus dlltrntPd- Dupin took the real letter and subst4 tuted the tillsI one which he had pre pared Needless to say the dlverslou bad been eregtcd by Duplns asslst ants Although The Adventures ot Sherlock Holmes somewhat overshadow the stories ot other detectives which appeared 10 the Strand Slagazme one should not forget to mention Jlartin- FIewltt investigator and flick Don ova n- Botb tbClt detectives worked alone sad were past musters In the art of- eolving robbery luytPrlps murders and the crimes ofsecret societies And tile value ot noting trlttes par tleularly In detective work Is trlklujt- Iy Illustrated In The Citse lit Mr Iog gait The latter had been murdered la ills chamber which was sltunttd nt the top ot the hulldllljt In which Hew ttt hud en nlllce nrwllt was the 9rst one on the scene Tile door was lucked and when he Jot Inside till round be Jrfund Foggutt lying nerosd the tine ble dead There was n slicer drop of fifty fret outside the windows How Aid the murderer got In and uow had bl rseap d- On the sideboard were the freshly bitten remains ot nn apple Uewltt noticed flint It had been bitten by a person who had lost two teeth one at the top hid our below Ue also Raw that till dead man lied an ecep l utRltot flse teeth with nllne imlID lie observed too that nnnc young man Quid hyMtnndln on Ine window sill draw hlmselfcn the root and thus escape Thud Hiwltt domes to look for n tall utblltfc101lk Ing young man with two tJIOIRII rulleIcompares the two oDd ultlt itely lib talus the startling story o the mar tier friim the murderer hl fliseif after eoroneri jury had rett aa ver 4filet ot dII011tUI death London IJtllltll 1 It is lime little pleasure bleb make IlIpllUllllrrllImay mnre 01 make It bitter- Confide nRl1 tobmnn and 1 k will woke spcLIVonian ii I- er of ea r Art ineepettdnt a Miker- WMa llrederick built b1d famous tberehappeoedto in the execution of his plans and he- asked the miller for how mach be tcplicdthatforahad owhed the mill which lied passed torn father tq eqnaid that4i P would not sell It for any price The icing used every solicitation orered to build payhimOland but the obstinate miller still per slit d In his determination to preserye luIJrltultce ot ills ancestors Irritated at last by his conduct the kllll sent for him and sold in uu an gryloneWhy do you refuse to sell your mill notwlthstandllll ell the advantages I have offered you The miller repeated Fla reasons Do you know continued the king that I could take It without giving- you II penny Yes returned the miller calmly tr- It were not for the chamber ot justice nt Derllll file king was so flattered by this answer which showed lint hI wus Inca liable ot nn net ot Injustice that he dismissed the mllllr without further entreaty and changed the plan ot his garden- A Philosophers Fable Arthur Auhl Is responsiblu for thlll one Folly Gonlus amid Common Sense once wont walking and clime to u- IItrcUIl1 Genius having his lund In the eloutlll naturally started to wade across payhg uo attention to time depth The enters soon went over hili head and lie was drowned Common- Sense huulctl for II mnfe way to get across nUll finally he found n toot log All he trot out nbout the center ot the stream the log swayed and he tell Into the water and sank to rise no more Folly stopped at the hnlll t the streams to amuse hlniself II throwing pebbles into the wilier and tvntcldng time waves ile silt upon the moist cold hllll urtll he caught u cold which develnpetl into pnmllllonla ot which he soon tiled Morn IIt dOlslIt make much IIIITfrlIce after nil whether you lire u genius n kage or n foot Youll get It sooner or later anyway- Exchamige Told to Earn His Own Salary Conuuodore Vanderbilt dtscnveryd to- Jamues n flutter then in the enploy- of the Erie railroad n man he believed the freight dOllartl1l0llt ot the Celllrul needed says the Raltlmore News It Is related that some tine after In tool charge ot the Cntrllls traffic office flutter called on the connnodore to submit II plan for Improve nl nt When lac timid stated the case time president looked lit him sharply and caked nutter what does time New York CtlItrlll PRY you S1500 m year for The reply was For mnllulllIl the freight traffic dpnrllUell- luII then the commodore said Well- you dont expect me to earn your sal my for you do you flutter went out amid carried through his luau on his own judgment Time ye salt was highly sett4ictory flutter became president of the Central Up to Snuff A mall In workman garb one tiny called nt n local dentists and the door was opened by n mold Workmllnts the gent In that draws teeth ServantNo sir bull expect lee will be In shortly Wurkwaut pausing on doorstep Does ht give gas YesWhat does he charge OliO Iiolln- rWhdtollp dollar Do you mean to say mlllsn fellows got to swallow over 100t feet ot gas to have one tooth pullld out No tear I reckon I knows II bit about It for I work down nt the gas works myself Ill go to another dllIfllll and have It pulled our without gaiJJicbnllJe Not Interested I have called said lime book ngent- to see It d can Interest 0111 It little work Young man snapped the woman who nnswerut the door Just now Ian kiterested In washing toy dishes dusting cleaning up after the paperhanger making six beds IlollshlllJr the hnri1ood floors ironing my busbnnde- shlrtk getting two more meals today dnrding nllll pairs ot stockings and strtuging my sweet peas and I might sn4 that thats more Vork than you men ever thought ot doing No you- cdut Interest me in any moreDee trout Free Press- Getting an Early Start rather What do 011 avlsli mo to bl whrn I grow upIThe armo os I nm my sonn lawyer Then lm tend ot wasting any mere time ou nrltlJmellc geography nlll suet truck ld better be getting nt the hypothetical question hadnt U Judge DefyIng Deaths There is po use ot readbig any more rules abut how to live nlong time All old Indy 1X years old has eaten New England tloughllllts nil her Ilfe- Birmlugham AgeHerald- The Official Goat Your wife doe ut IIIlm to care much for that trlllId ot yoils Ice lJ s Iblmll I lily the blame on whet 1111 tietalned dopntown- Pidtni1elpbia taat True lrnerla shown byAperfarm Ing Itbout w ltnrsn what uo mlb- berupalMot t1oillJ before all the I rJtlrn Iiocliefoucauld A I JEAN1UDLtY 1BOBS UP AGAIN Mysterious Woman Prefers to Bid Goodbye to Trigg Co Rather Than Have Warrant Served Cadiz Ky Aug 31A warrant has btenlssud by County Judge BIngham nlnst Jean AudllY the ntlsterious woman who has been staying In the I nelghbonccod Qf peruletn Springs since parly last springbut whenDep uty Sheriff Lea Davis went out to ar rest her she agreed to leave the county at once It he would allow her which lie consented toand she at once left In the direction ot Caldwell county Jean nB she Is tamlllnrly called made hr tllllenrnnce lu this section ot the State last wlntlrshortly after Christmas in the northern part ot Christian county and remained there for sonic time when she came to the Cerulean nelghhorhoodwhere she has been since She nlllnrs to he about 40 years ot age and weighs only about ninety pounds She rides n small shabbylooking pony and has tour dogs with her and has two or three pistols one of which Dt least she generally has close at hand all the time She seems to be well educated and Is n good conversationalist and has told several different tales as to her object In living In this way She sleeps outdoors except Ili rainy bad weather when she goes Into someones barn or outhouse She gen erally uses her pony or one ot hr dogs for a pillow and when the weather was cold she would sleep tJelWelll her pony and her dogs and covered with n blanket She begs something to eat from the citizens around where ie k and llkesliefeeds her pony- from the corn fields or pastures of the citizens She tnlb vary lreply to moet i10110nO until tliey would begin ask Ing her something about herself and her object for living in this waywhen she would gave them to understand that that was her buslnees and her se- crct he claimed to be from Texas HowWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re word for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo 0- I Woothe undersigned have known F J Cheney for rho last lei yenrsnnd believe him perfectly honorable In nil business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Wnldlng Kinnan MarvlnWhole sale Druggists Tq edo O Halls Cntanh Cure fs taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tine system Testimonials sent tree Price 7ic druggistsTakoCon- stipation n1 Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Dr Pierces Favorite Prescripptio It the bet ofall medicine for the cure of diseases tbeonlyIIthoIt its a ate cUoloo Is any ooistios of the aJtom- mE ONE REMEDY Which contains no alcohol and no jurioua habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for euohedmulanta TIlE ONE REMEDY w good that iu makers are not atrdd to print ita every ingredient on each outride bottlowrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath hergetdruUiItwboor is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit Such Q man is not to be trusted He is trifling with your most priceless possessionyour health may be your life itself See that you ttt what you Jk for T Not a Drop of Alcohol What is a tonic A medicine that increases the strength or tone of the whole system What is an alterative A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action Name the best tonic and alterative Ayers Sarsaparilla the onlySarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol Ask your own doctor all about it Never take a medicine doctors cannot endorse f Cger Co Lowell Mau- I r liiyactlonoftime bowels poisonous products must beabsorbed Then you hhmav hfliousnescheadachc Ask your doctor about Ayers Pills or constipation THAT EDUCATION 1S MOST PROFITABLE Which puts knowledge in the head skill in the hand and dollars in the pocket Our course in bookkeeping business customs shorthand and typewriting is endorsed by business men because it enables our graduates to meet the requirements of the business office It puts young men and women to work where advancement follows satisfactory service Over 500 pupils attend annually Fifty typewriters for instruction purposes Worthy pupils assisted to positions Fall term begins Monday Sept 6th Write for catalog LOCKYEARS BUSINESS COLLEGE Evansville Ind Indianas greatest school of business Our Express Paid Line WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FUlL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right andThe prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by US OLD CABLEKENTUCXY BOURBON In Jugs Only 2oo Per Gallon BROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs Only 225 4Qts SQt UQa CANADIAN WHIT RyE 35o 675 1000 RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KEN TUCKY BOURBON i 45o 8SO 1200 APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 8SO PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 85o APRICOT BRANDY CAL IFORNIAII II 300 575 85o APRICOT BRANDYI PORTED 400 750 1100 LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 8SO FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASH OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID laoz Iroe Bottles Bottle TZNNESBEK WursmtuY Unlabeled loo pints 2200 U900 NELSON COUNTY KENTUCKY WJIISKEY Unlabeled 100 pints 2700 2t00 PRIVATE STOCK RYE Labeled 100 pints 8000 2760- shIADY SPRINGS STR4IGJT WHISKEY 100 pint 8360 8000 OLD DOMINION WAIT RYII 100 plots 8760 34p ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bankof Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEYor SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS One Oal Two Oal ThreoGals Old Malfaney Whlehey 200 G7G S8GO Smoky Mountain Corn Whiekey 280 GGO 82G Unadulterated Unweakehedas pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats all wo ask Even the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an article you will value and find many uses for REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER CEOaCE B COODMAN COMPANYf Iucorfiorutcd 201203205 Lower Secend Streett EVANSVILLE INDIANAI a i I i Htr I 4 J f 7ir 1y C 1JALjNIJCK t FALLS OFF A D ea e3n Both Output aud tfrPrlco Per To n Shown of a in Kentucky i VashidgtonAug 3OKcptuck coal mInIng uveratlona for 1908 wet attrnded by both a dccrel In pro- ductton and a decline In the prIce per ton accordIng to the United State Ocioglcal Survey The States total production ot coal wls 1024G63gho t tone with a spot Wilue of IOJ171G w There was n talilJlg oft ot 50Gti7tsUdrt tons n decrt1IeInr11luootIOS787G- nnlin decUnetnnv9agn price or 14 G to 101 The Stateoecopl1tmlnell ati ployment t nien Iharyelr- Imt accordIngly to offIcIal flgurtIItbe number ot worklug doys waS reduce from 210 In 1947 to 186 In 1908 It It pointed out as an Interesting factor In this connection that more thu craItlonllthe nonunion basis and In conq games the eight hcur day Is not so generally ubserved as In other coal mInIng Statltl rho stately Improvement In the Pro duttlvc cnpacly per employe fur cah tiny has beon due In t larglJ degree It II declared to the Iacreusd use o t coal mluiu machinery Thu unachlue mIned product lucreast from 2s13- M5 short tonti In 1901 toxi2327Gt short tons In 1JOS When mialug first began Itleestf- mated that the original coal supply In the Stnh was more 000000000 thort lolls thnllQJl orlglnlll supply It Is said tenths ot uue per cent tuts been mlllcd to Jtltrbiunday Mcsrll Fred Shultz anti briber Ben nott left Wednesday for Lexington whore they will enter time le ttckYI State College Mrg Tuna ShllllI ot Olnton visited her mother Mrs Ida Renfrov SUIIII jlllrtry visited her mother Sirs Graham tilt last uf the weekIMr J IL DOIf11t 1 Sd onuhat IttIday Mr sail Mme Wm Murphy trod daughter Dfons Hilted Mrs Murphys r bill crdens re e t3nnday- Mr Paul Murphy w io has been In Now MexIco for sometime is ex pected home soon lolrs H T PencIl who bee been vSlltlng her mother Mrs Peach Ro sIne cdme home Tuesday Mrs Emma LIkens who has been Sickw Jth fevers for ome Jlmc Is- Y ImprovIng UMrs Qma Cope lf Henry + Is the guest or her sister ij Della QIa ham thIs week After the Fair After Is over thelFalr departs 1 fou said kn w1 heir feelings JC youcouldJead their hcnrts All who absent will rue It Every dtuy nwnyll be sad M1VImn ahoy learn ut Its greatness And the jolly llg tliic thatwas had ProgramThird Anntt iRaIlY Day Hartfctd Baptist Sunday 8Ihool- II Sllltemhl nth 19i9 Song No 1 1UI50llellul heading =SuJ- lt100Ololln SoloErnest Field 10i0JluvhcntlbtlCumber Ford 1610ltegular J1SSII a 1040Song o iJ- 1045Talk TcnchCl TroubLs W M Ful- r103Chorus 10iSome Effects of Neglecting Sunday SehoolE E Rhoad- s1100SoloMrs l 1Vnruner- 1105Need or BIble StUtlYI1y the Pllsto- rUil5Soug No i0 111IO1alk to Our VlsllorllJ P Sauderfurl11 RemarksSupt E W Ford MAltY IEOWX- EI FIE RENDER ERNEST FIELD i 0 n LIKENS CommIttee ELl J W nnUXER G PastorNtI Notice The A s ot E stock committe- ewnlmake another shipment SlllteJn bet7 Any member ill good standIng having stock to ship will please no- tlfy the committee L D TICIIENOR- SILAS STEVENS JOHN M imUlTZ s The Poultry Will bo almost a whole show In It self nil the noted strains of chickens ducks geese turkeys pIgeons etc well as many rare wonderful specuueus No person Interested In poultry cn afford to mIss the POIII try Exhibit No Place like the Fair Okl CQlitj um lApIn bid scAeertul welee+ae to the most dellchtfufseasonottlW year when tliesamliters workfWnffsoOR be over and all look torward top sea son or recreation and pleasureat the TwentyFourth Annual Ohio CountY Fall lobe held at I1altfordStflem- ber 8 9 10 and 1 1909 Everybody needs nn outing I1nd thIs t n very cheap easy find lncoI apIIvreclatement to give them a Fatecohd to none iatldspart nftho4cl tand fortward year an ort o enlertnln their patrons nicY- cr before But they need th assist tthe of thePublic millwetake this i neiirisof ittvltlug everybody to be present attho comIng Fair an take part In it and nssury till the people Uat they want them to cooperate with them hi making our Fall a ma- nificeut success Now Is theJthne preraratinnsIvatch I something that wIll help the uhl JnnlcJou to make a Icredlmnbhr display for yourself and your e orholil If ytlucanotp- rnparo raoro than n sIngle specimen or It cverybedy does llkewlsoiher wllbe 1 mammoth dlll- pYny tveryperson should be public lIlIlrlled and value os the beet part or the award the welfnre ot the Inr- dUlltry represented and the honor lit secmhmg n prize over ambitioutt- competitura When you have enter edour articles cyme and see how they leok whim compared with others It you dont feel likolnaking an exhibit cone to the Fair two or three days and help swell the crowd The company wants to both better the number nod character or exhibits r LIVE STDGK WIll contaIn a magnifIcent exhIbit- or the finest breeds or cattle sheep swine and will Interest nil and amply anyone for theIr vIsIt Every raiser something to hIs for general purposes Coach lloisesRoad P stets Saddle Horses Pedigreed Draft Fancy Matched Teams Yearl Ings Ponlt1I and Mules In competitive classes i pleasam4 and i er ecowd1rftlin pa akroutl LP e Ulib fbtaRII dae helpitp ett p+ ttkuiar will 1d- pppreclated Esck year they alm to enEagQ and rprocure as rnanY LqI8 poaelh1A or in eievatingezhlbltlonsgames ScopelandI that tbo cnlu80 the times has been able to invent to enliven enrich and milie These occasions en tfClng enjoyable educatloanlamue Ing and enllghtenlngiIth asaurlag an and etabor- afo f lirogram ore rythlng consplc ive alluring and preeminent In feaj tares fit InsfJJlcjJonoJI1d ontertdiHment- Conslderin the preparatlods it wilt be a mystery IneXplnlnablo lit tlto management dQesnt hold the bolt Fair thIs year that thlw has H4tieenAylarmltted to witness In Manor of Miss Whilthghll- Tho party gIven by the gIrls at the home or bliss lrne Render In honor or Mlsa WhlttinghliL last Saturday from 8 to 11 p m was hIghly enjoyed Those preeenLwero MIsses WhlttlnghlllSlyrUe WillIams Tln1YelscrLorraIne Sullenger Wynona Stevens Ruth Riley Lola Magnn ITeltto Riley Effie Rendcr Hottle Glenn Corn An jlerson Messrs MnrtJrt Thomas Sydney I Williams Rnymer Tlnaley I Foster Jesh Field pnrroll Sullenger Harry Hoover Clarence Darnard Otto Mitrtln J W Marks Pl Horace Dell M Henry Holbrook Harold Holbrook Conner Ford Trimble Pendleton Douglas Felts Dr Oscar Flener Dr J T Allison Barnett I I LOW EXCURSION TD Louisville and Return Vita THE HENDERSON ROUTE O1 Account of the KENTUcKy STATE FAIR Tickets on sale Septemler Ilyto 18 Return limIt SeptembelI2Oth 1909 For further information ASK THE DEPARTMENT repay stock learn advantage Colts community Splendid digpiay of canned fruItS preserves artistic needle work em- broldery amidothet articles of household also displays of culinary art t 1 j Ast J loiH P 1JW11rr1 lkY j FromNoo York s 0 I The Fairest Flowers tbatjJeverblomed in the garden otfashlD are our New Fall x Suitsaria Dress foods M G Every man and woman t l wH wlioxeads this will please I consider it an inyitation to tdroplinrandsee us 1 t The new fallatfife is We have kept our- eyes Wide open andwhat1 t ever IS new and attractive I front the best designers in the country is found here natutrtxally desires the best he or han get for the price we keep ourselves con stantly in position to give it to them Come in and see about all this talk Respe- ctfullyCARSONCO INconPOnITED + Hartford lays GeoceGeeeao p o 1 o Q et CoI i HARTFORD KENTUCKY Iq SEPTEMBER O 10 AND i 11 03 1v J i Bigger and Better TanI3ver Before I it AaDAYw Department as and and wIll Horses horses the 10111UlJn Byron Hlmlln FARES The WomensDepartment laces the the L4 l- I r 4 all- here i h iFruits and Vegetables higlQrlo ll profusion 1largo luclous and beautiful specimens of all kInds of fruits in competitive array Inter eliUng dlsplasor mammoth and dwarf pecuI 1 Mechanicals 1 S Department An exemplification of the progress i of the Vrmining industry exhibiting uptobate machinery engines thresh irSder8 planters etc ThI8deipartme t win be better and than ev r thIs year i To meetoold friends renew Ia acquaintances make llety friends en oy the manyj3ighttsjOinjn the fqn and excitement I- ahd 1forget your troubles N Gambling UO crowdingno overNharging u and stay lato of cony rest 1Jt ing Places More and better ex greater more exciting harrier plenty i1r 0 P6 J P Purses mere startling special features bigger variety of amusemonts moro things tofee and tvlmire better uccoulliiodjons for nll more fun for everybody finer music anc more ofit than ever otleted before this years Fair Ill be the greatest Ind grn1 est in iurhietolyJ i t I d NOONE SAN AEFOBLD TO MISS I 1 II tI IeJ t I ori i l ri 1W fiO IG c1jtfv 4 f y f4nR ate rowanwrRra w wax rr rror wwx rrr n r w7 n iRwaLV YiliwAAr R VCyftugzNrr t 7 1 r y Y Id r JfL RW t r