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IttTttfX4 I 3tcpubIican- a r Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL fH a PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOLxXlt HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYry FRIDAY MAY 20 1910 No 44 IIOAD A DILL ADAPTED After Three Weeks Debate h Measure Goes Through Good Prospect for Passage of Jill Changing Time of Presi dential Inauguration t Washington D C May 14The administration railroad bill 4dcypte after three weeks discussion has boon the most Important log1at1v- eI event of the week or perhaps of the r session There la much discussion In political and legislative groups with reference to the efteot of the bill The regular Republicans insist that it reenoats the present law In rrJgaix to thong and short haul The Demo crate eee in it much prognss in the right direction Too dnsurgnata are evidently disappointed with the bill air prod U Is however evident from the bill that Polio burden Is shafted from the shipper to the railroad In the matter of long and short haul ratty Under the terms orib bill as passed the railroad will hare to satisfy the Interstate Commerco Commission that the rifles tire equita bio and not unduly dtscrlminaitory Under the present law this burden has been upon the shipper who liar v had to oppose the tons and shunt haul rates upon the ground ol their uprearonableneas The Insur gents are satisfied with thIs feature of the bill and are claiming a victory M as far as 1t goes The long and short I haul feature of the bill was intro duced by Senator Dixon of Mcnjana and hto amendment made It unlaw jful for any commun arrlertocharg more for a short haul than for along haul when the short haul 1s included within the long haul There + WaS however a clause to the effect that by application to ithe Interstate Commerce Commission the common carrier might in acme cases Te authorized by the Commerce Com missloni to charge less for a longer than for a shorter distance The passago of this amendment empha sizes what has long been evident with reference to all leglsLaUon that little direct and positive progress can be made and that all enactmen s In closely contested bills lau the result of a Dories of comprcmdaeb and that very seldom radical or important enactediZlwomore have been addwl this week to the many that adorn the parks squares and triangles of Washington One is an equestrian statue of Count Putadd tlio other a herloc sized statue of Kosclusko There statues have been presented by Polish citizens of the United States who with their descendants said to number from four to five 11Jl lon There was a great Tirade of regular and volumler soldiery fully 6000 in number with speeches trash the President and astbintof ficers and also from distinguished Poles and ono delivered in the Pollen language There is no city in y this country and scarcely any city In the world that has more bronze mtomi mefcte than Washington and qilte A number of others are contracted for notably that of the equestrian monument of Gen Grant surrounded by a group of distinguished con temporaries Thera is now a good pmoBpeot that Congress will pass a till changing inauguration date from the proverbially InleniBhl March the 4pitp the last Thursday in April nearly two TOpnths taber and loa time of year more suitable fora great outdoor pageant The bill will be called u- pv oext week by Congressman Parker of 4 the Judiciary mttJocewho hat it io charge end put span lHse4 under At ugpenBiom of the rules Jtr Henry who la tehe author of the bill says that tlkeCo Is 4hut ono possible obstacle to Its passage and isubmteslon to the stated for raWctlori toe JIS afralA of Tnj difference Jn Congreaa and not In ther1I e nwUpral Concre If Jtha bbl is pMfed nearly two months wllfi be iadd j eiio Ihe hart eeaetoB ctCoegr ees 1 i ad withH thik irowlncto1lllil bHrc f7 i r ness these two montrhs are of great importano o It is known that the new bill would assure good weather or at loan tolerable Weather for the great public function which occurs once in four years the inauguration of a presidfenitf and which obtrao now a quarter of a million pecple to Washlnistoiv and which to good weath or will alaraeta titlH larger number Tho bill or amendment if adopted- will go into effect January 1U 1913 which is after the term of the Tres eat Congress and It arranges that the terms of the pnesiderlt and vice preaidArt then in office shall be ex tended o the last Thursday in April and that all subsequent ipnns of the preaident vice prosldeiat and member of Congress shall end on thaj day ldrt is believed thdt If It once re colves coEgrefBlcqal approval the proipositlon will recehx ratlflca Ilion by at least threeifourt of the etates of the union which will make 111it a law It Is notorious that owing to the inc DIent weather peculiar to the early days of Smirch llvts of distinguished men have been lost that the health of others has been Impaired and It Is doubtless the caso that many other Icea distinguished have mot their death through visit ing Washington in the inclement weather peculiar to the 4th of Mar Inauguration Day Dr Geo Bacon Dead Dr Geo H Bacon formerly a physician of CheaitervilJe died at the home of his mothrc ini Anna lllnoit last Saturday and the fureorail was held there Sunday afternoon at three oclock The announcement was reo celvtd with surprise and regret by his Arcola friends as he was a man of splendid iphyslquei and whoa lIe loCl here a foww years ago was in ex cellent health His I deaix is said to have been dUnn affection of the kidneys He irfortyfive yaers of age and was a man of broad education and travel Ho ape several peara in a medical school In Europe While practicing at Cheatorvlll ha married Miss Jessie Shull of i his city a sister of Mrs R E Calhoun and Mrs Prank Haswell Two chll wen were born who with the moth er survive him When they left Ar- cola they located at San Antonio New Mexico where thY lived Until a few weeks ago The above which is taken from the Arcola Record HErald published at Arcola Ill will be of Interest to many of our readers because Sirs Bacon was formerly Miss Jeusio Shull who with her father and mother Mr and tMrs William Shull lived in Hart ford a number of years and Miss Jessie still has many friends here who ivlll regret to iearn cf her oorrow hei Is a niece of Judge W B Taylor ind MraJ C Jones Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M held its regular meeting last Monday evening at which time the ithllid degree was conferred upon two Fellow Crafts and the usual routlln business was transacted CXnAertown Masonic Lodge gave a banquet last Saturday evening which was attended by quite a number or members of Hartford Icdgg among them W F Schapmlre and Isaac ianderfur IRough Rivet Lodge No 110 Ktilgh conferred the rank ot lOt utre upon five Pages ail the relgu meeting Tuesday eve11rg Thoe work was Interesting throughout al though ithe attenfianco was small It was decided to have the annual decoration of graves of departed knights Sunday May 30Ji at four oclock ip in Bvciry member of thel- oQge is requested to roiYrat tho Ball at 330 p m and march to the cemetery where ftppropldiJte service w11l1e held and the graves decorated Every member la also requos oed oto provide himself with abundant offlowers and other trl nldsare tieinteryKmlghts C M Barn ttR D Walk et and W R Hcdhck was appointed to arrange the program ti v Wanted An Jongknliw In this section our likaeMent and life insurance- eetrlticatee on a very Uberal reaewT al cbntTaujt WrMe et once Krrducky- 13tateMaanger1O611041 Dresel l IJCP1i1M1 ir Peensac r s t it co PROHIBITIONPARTY I State Convention Held In Louisville Small Candidate for Congress Nominated In All Districts and i Warm Fight Promised At the State Prohibition eonve don held to Louisville on the Firth Inst the representatives of the Pro hlbltlon party though few in number took advanced ground for party ootlv Ity this year The following Is the Platform The Prohibition panty of Kentucky In convention assembled in the city of Louisville May 5 1910 trusting In God for the final complete triumph of the Prohibition Teiform and be loving that neither tho Democrat on Republican party will or can give us prohibition of tho liquor traffic declare our allegiance to the motional Prohibition party fully ecdoiising Its platform adopted In 1908 We call upon each coagreeslona district In Kentucky to nomlnrr candidates for Congress and pledge these candidates If ekcated to atanc fort Tho submission by Congress to the several spates of nni amendment to the federal constltutlorvprohlbltinj the manutacture sate Impontation exportation and transportation tof al chollc liquors for beverage purposes 2 The Immediate prohibition ol the liquor traffic In lore I lstrlot of Columbia In the territories and In all places over which the National government iris Jurisdiction tthe repeal of the Internal nevonuo tax oa alcho3lc liquors aid the prohibition of the Interstate traffic IthcrelIlI 3 We further declare for a ballot based on intelligence and moral char actor only- Believing in the righteousness cl these principles and in their final triumph vm invite all right minded persons who one of the dilatory tac tics of our legislative bodies Oo Join with us In the election of Congress man from Kentucky who will support thtio principles and ipititect our homes with our veve which they are by their election commissioned to cast towns against the beverage liquor traffic and against all delay measujiea In the Interest of this traffic After the adoption of this platform the following resolutions were en thusiastically passed vlz Resolved 1 That a State Chair man be elected to save without salary and a Fled Secretary be em ployed ro do the native work 2 That the Field Secretary be in structed to organize oa speedily OB possible all the counties of the State with precinct commlttomon and county chairman 3 That for the purpose of carry Ing out these objects the State Committee shall endeavor to raise the sum of 5000 and that each of the more than 8000 Piohtbiidon voters of thx State be requested to give at least one dollar to this tundRe jvlttaccts should W tent to H S D Wright Treasurer Room 30 Kenyon Building Louisville Ky The following congressional candidates were selected for ithH different Districts of Xho State Of course they will all as usual have to be nomi nated by wUtJon the law requiring l60 i tfitloreia ln ach dlatrtot for this purpose Those pejUtfona wdlU OOD- obe In active circulation to Congressional Candidates First atrlot Rev J Henry Balfcmce R F D PAducah Second Dli rlct Louts- Hancock R F D Providence Third District Prof W L Caaday Bowl tug Green Fourth District Rev R a Rowe BardstownFtttli District Dr JBStroud Louisville Sixth Dilcitrlct Prof Voiers Milton Seventh Dtetrict Rev C JL Nugent New OaatlvElghth Dlsfcrlct Ref Aaron- s WMklns Wibnbre Ninth ptetrict CynthibnaTentDiatrlot Jjl4 Eleventh District J C MoKee Uoadon hRev Dr Aaron S Watkins of WIl Pi4el11i17ffl t 7 t fY sx was unanimously chosen for Sate Chairman J BosteokaEntirtains Tho Bo teoka Club formly opened they club rooms in the Y II C A building Tuesday evening with I highly enjoyed comet party This the first social given by the young men was naturally looked up oa With much interest and curosit by the young ladles of the city Who say the young men did much credit to themselves and the club They have taken great pains in decorating the club rocms and that they succeeded very tastefully is proven by one lady remarking that she hafl often heard that a room was not complete wKhou a woman first being in it but that the Bosienka club rooms proved this saying to be Incorrect Those present at the party were Misses Evelyn Caldwell Anna Eliza K own Beatrice Haynes Bessie Taylor Lorena Ford Gertrude Wright Hettle Riley Effl Render Ruth Riley Fannie WhltUng hill MHIe Burton Annie Alicia Elgin Hattie Glenn Alice Kepwn Ira Mills Annie Patton M Bsrs H J Bell Ellis Foster McDowell A Fogle Fret Anderson Ney Foster J T Ilanlln- McHenry Holbrook Martin Thomas Anew Glenn Sydney Williams Harry Glenn James D Ford William Hlesplt Robert Halliburton Dr Oscar Fhncr and Allison Barnett FOR THE BUSY READER 1 The Supreme Court set the tobacco and Standard Oil cases tor rhearli November 14 Attorney General Wick irshtim asked the court to set tho 1es for October 31 The opposing counsel asked November 14 bo named as the date The Beard of Bishops of the Meth- odIst Episcopal Church have prepared and made public a lengthy statement lefendlng the Italian mission In Rome The statement Is the outcome of lnelsTMent controversy in Rom caused by the visit of former president Roosevelt By a vote of 37 to 28 the S mate ofused to strike out the Court of Commerce provision of the Railroad bill Eight Republicans Beverldge Barah Brietow Clupp CrawfordCum minGS Dolllver and La FoUeti e rot od with the Democrats to do away with the court featureS The Board of Managers cf the joulsvllle BapJtet Training School meeting in Baltimore in conjunction with the Southr n Baptist Conven tlon decided to Install a gymnasium In the school The convcntioa commended President Taft for his position on liquor question r The businffs se Blons of the International Brotherhood of Locomo Ivo Engines at Detroit were principally dsvoed to dlosutslon of whether an assessment shall be levied upon the brotherhood to meet a 200 000 debt on the new B of L E head quarters building In Cleveland I Dr A D James Condition Critical Central City Ky May ISTho condition of Dr A D James former Congressman from the Third District who has been ill for a number of weeks is extremely critical After a violent attack of hemorrhages from tho stomach the doctor is BO very weak that a recurrence of the heart trouble would prove fatal it Is feared Four physicians aro in consulut lion with the Intention of performing an operation ow the patient It is rumored that Dr JaraeS Is suffer ing from cancer of the stomach InI addition to his other ailmnte and his complication of diseases coupled with ibis weakened condition have prepaTed the many friends of Dr James for the worst and too latest report from the sick room Is tout the end Is not far distant MstChurch The iviotth League will meet with Mrs J O Keown Saturday at 3 p m No preaching at Hartford text Sunday but the pastor will fill his regular appointmentat Goshen herpjwlll be preaching by Roy Virgil E atllL Morlah the fifths nd9ifllY 29 at 11 n m There sill preaching at Taylor Mines by lev yirgli Elgin next Sunday at 330 pmr dverybodyInvited rjT mvFrl LIFE TERM FOR DR HYDE Wife Weeps In Court When Verdict Is Read Physician Accused of Murdering Col Swope Convicted Af ter Long Trial Kansas City May 16Dr H Clarke Hyde whom a Jury today found guilty of murdering Col Thomas H Swope and sentenced tome imprisonment owes lib conviction to his own testimony oa the witness stand says WC Crone a juror Crone Is In reality the man who de cided the physicians fate Until Sa urday night Crone and S R John heldloutRemembering Dr Hydes demeanor on the stand Mr Crorft Really rdded the accused man was guilty and voted for conviction He then con vinced Mr Johnson making the verdict unanimous Dr Hyde was his own worn enemy ItOnfghtIHisWhen Dr Hyde said he had bought cyan de for trn yearn andI yet could rot remember where heI bought It he damned himself as a wit nets U he had not testified as hei diEt I think he would not be In theI position ho IstAt first I relieved Hyde Innocent and until Sunday I voted toJ acquit him Then I recalled hisI testimony about his cyanide purchases and I decided he was guilty I told Mr Johnson I had changed my vote and I talked about my decision I think my reasoning had an effect on himA strange fcsutuie of Juror Clones action is that lib son Albert was recently fiewtencd to eighteen years In the Stato irenlteniIary for murder lag Bertha Bawler hits sweetheartI Tonight all the participants in the great murder case are as calm asI they have been at any time since theI trial started The return of the ver diet was marked by an abience of dramatic features Mrs Hyde cried a little when she heard the verdict in the ccuutt room Dr Hyde did not change his usual stoical appearance Mrs Logan C Swope was lInn rued when at her home in Independence she heard the outcome but she scon regained her composure It was what she had bene fighting for and she was satisfied My home Is still open to my daughter sho said 1 feel sorry for her But Mrs Hyde Is not going back to her mother She Is still loyal to bar husband and confidently believes the Supremo Court will free1im She will take up his fight Immediately and battle on until he Is fitted or her funds are exhausted she si s Clark Is Innocent and he Khali be treed she said Hyde takes leis imprisonment calmly He was asleep today seen after wntenco was pronounced upon him He profetEPB to believe the case 11- 1be remanded for now trial when it reaches the Supremo Court Ills at crneys will make a motion for a new trial same day this week The physician will be sentenced Saturday probably By law he is not idmisslblo to ball It is discretion iry with Judge Ralph S Latrhaw whether Dr Hyde will be sent to States prison or held at the county Jail pending the consideration o his case by the Supreme Court Until after Dr Hydes attorney have applied for a nw trial I shall not decide what will be done with the prisoner pending the decision on his appeal said the court tonlgtit It IS probable however that out of consideration for Mrs Hyde the prls mer will be kept hero for several weeks at least Since he da oonvioted she will be permitted to fee him but twice a week Formerly ohe run him as many times a day as she de tired 1 Interesting Relics Recency this paper contained An j rI account of the razing of Itho old Masonic hall on Unon Street One day last week when the foundation had teen reached a small zinc box was removed from an opening which had been made in the corner stone at the eouthentit gamer This box was placed there at the laying of the corner store June 21irt 1851 iby Hart foul Lrdge No 156 F A M The conteirs had become damp because ca imiall defect In the box and the itocunventts dcposfred were not in good Oae of preservation However enough oould be determined to create in tense Merest upon the part of those who have had an opportunity to examine them The box contained a small bible a copy of the Frankfort Commonwealth cf date June 17 h 1851 A copy of the AmericanCourier published in Philadelphia of date Sat ureuy Juro 7th 1851 a ccpy cf a speech delivered by John H Mclltary on he subject of tariff In the House of Representative June 30th 1846 a copy of the Free Mason Month ly magazine published in Boston and narneandnames of the Grand lodge officers The latter document was In a very poor state of preservation and only a few of the names could be de ciphered It was accompanied by a pajwr on which was written This paper deposited by T J Headmon Senior Warden June 21 1S51 Mr attorneyfatMrs H P Taylor The paper also contained the name of H D Taylor grandfather of Hon H P Taylor written da a plain bold lined If Is raid that the document which cannot be road contained a prediction made by Mr Taylor that the nation would become a temperance nation r the nlneieenth certury This is shown by an entry in a scrap book made by Mr Taylor at the time which is being preserved by Hon H P Taylor The copy cf the Phtla deiphla paper contains a lengthy speech by DaTilcd Webster and one upon reading It feels as though he was driving Into the remote past and upon handling the old relies fees as though he was touchlrg hallowed objects It is to be regretrd that the documents tire not In better state of preservation so that they could be placed on display as Inter etilng curies for the public They may be seen by those who dtsire to examlro them at the office of The Hartford Republican At the last meeting of Hartford Ledge No 675 F A M tlrw writer reported the finding of the box and gave an account of the contend and on motion the lodge requwtd that ho inepare an article giving thw history of the lodge down to the prevent time for publication and Hon J P Sarderfur was appointed to as slat In the work Owing to prss of other engagements we have ben unable to procure the material tat the article for this issue but it will ap pear In the near future together with the most Important facts io be ob tamed concerning the relics contained In the corner stone o Death of Mr Henry Arment Mr Henry Armendt died at his resi dence two miles east of Hartford last Wednesday about noon aged 84 years Uncle Henry as he was commonly called was one of the old and most highly respected citizens of the county He was a carpenter by trad and built many of the older build ings In and around Hartford lie had been In falling health for several monthsbut was not considered donger ously ill until the posit few days His remains were taken to Habit yesterday for Interment FAIRVIEW attetndedfMiss Stella Croomes visited Miss Iva Cummings Salon unftly Muses Battle and Annie Myees visitor their brother Mr J N Myera and family Cane Run Saturday night and Sunday Miss lft1ud Hurt visited Miss Myrtle Brownd Friday Miss Victoria Aloxley Shreve vis ited ilra R a WHacm from Friday until Monday Mrs Ella Nabcrs and children of Qlaton visited Airs C C White and family Sunday MfE8TEd Tabor and Jim Christian of Cane Run attended Sueday school sunday j f A J 1 V i 1e f T i ftt- t r 1- i f i t J t q I 10U 4 ia I JI I I r df I v P i r 1i Yr i k J 1 r n 1 t LIi t 1 t l tf 1 y I frJ 1 t I WON DE RS NEVER N1LL CEASE AT I A II Taylor c1 So sStore Beaver ilaffi Ky- 10 Yards oi Simp= sons Calico for 49 Cts is I BEGINNING W ddMiY jg this 18 at 9 atm this ad uotl and ws I IStaple and and Fancy Standard grays hhicloi and fancies and Calcutta blues and Arnolds oil iboll- ed rwd3 postively worth 6h and 7c yud Transfer Sale Price 10 yards for Iloosler Domestic Full 36 Inch wide Standard LL cotton apron Gingham aiul 32 is French Lawns In dainty actual value 7e and 71c- 1m yard Sala Price 10 YARDS FOR liege Domostlc Full bleached standard soft finished yard wide Hope Cotton Transfer Sale Price 10 YARDS FOR Scotch Lawns Beautltul tl03h patterns Dainty colors far Klmonas House Gowns nnth Ohlldrens dresses 10 YARDS FOR Thousands ot yards Lawns Batiste anal Inik linens and tan des dainty designs postively I I Fancy light weight allwool dress goods llght patterns In plains clieck otc actual values 60c a yard now only 76c gUrLity fancy English mohair per yard Ladles 150 quality long silk gloves this silo IlGO and 160 voilos Panamas and mohair In black and colors per yard Ladles 35c tine gauze vests each The entire stock consisting of many thousand dollars worth of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishings Notions Millinery Mattings Rugs Trunks Bags Etc to be sold out slick and clean lock stock and barrel without or reserve = = =without to former cost or selling price Itis not choice It is compulsion Now dont stop to ask the whys and wherefores come and see with your own eyes and be convinced I extra long gauze vests neck and arm holes s Orth ti 13c each vests neck and pearl actual value 15c each and full fast black hose worth 121Ic pair to go at ilie hose In black tans and for ladles and Pair hose knees toes roles and heels Pair tine sheer linen each white worth up to 1214c each I pins paper for San Silk ali colors Pearl lOc kind for Open and Shut Fans far Open and Shut Fans 16c value for new style lace Dutch 25c Sale Price For Back etc line or 35c each 250 tor 300 for UOO for A Suits of fancy hard woven cut and hand Made up to sell for 500 and OriO each Sale price suit for Mans Suits well of plain and mixed worth three tImes the Bale of suit Mens Suits of serge or lin Ing coat actual value 1260 the suit for Mens bats In black brown tans and grays all the popu lar 160 I BeSt 25c socks for men In black tan and for this sale t Yens dark work seams made to sell nt 66c each Sale PrIce Mona fine 23 Tuber value 15o pair Mons tIne guyot style sold the over fat 35c Sale Price or ties all pure silk or wash 25c now 4 Mens Sox I I This Mammoth Stock Doomed and Must be Sold Everything to go for Whatever it Will Bring I AT BEAVER DAM KYENDING A- i I I ISaus and Wait Until Wsdnssdau Mall with nake tlsprous susrg assertion nave made I DyI CallcShnpslns American patterns inplaln limit 49e 59c 79c29c 14cPrice39c48c 98c98c 21c LadlEc funbleached crocheted Ladles taped sleeves buttons Ladles misses length cotton quality fancies misses Chlldrens ribbed reenforced Ladles handkerchiefs hemstitched Ladles dainty hemstitched plain handkerchiefs Special quality Spool buttons Ladles trImmed Collars values Combs Barrettes entire goods grade choice grade choice grade choice 4c9c Bc 12e8e 3e6c Notions lcI 4C3c 7CNc 19c American Lady Oxfords 11981 Clothing THESE VALUES WILL MAKE TREMENDOUS SENSATION Youths mixed fabrics medium weight military Italian lining padded shoulders Young tailored fancy fabrIcs prIce special quality unflnish- ed wrstods Italian MedIum length spoclal quality shapes worth quality plaids tanicles Priced colored heavy ShrUs reinforced shoulders double stitched spacial qudl- lty heavy strands Actual world string fabrics values 4198 248S719 g8e Fixins for Men and BoyI suspenders suspenders genulnQ Fourtnhand 1ge4ge ge- 1ge 15 Cents for llCts 18 i oclock Bring 19c Mens large hemstitched plain white handkerchiefs worth lOc Each Mens extra large White line hand kerchlfs hemstitched Postfvely worth 1215c Each wens fancy dress shirts of figured Madras and French ginghams Actual value 6Oc Each ilons tine dress shIrts new dainty designs and neat figures cuffs attached or detached Postively worth 100 Each Best quality 160 shirts IIi white or fancy patterns plain or plaited bosom eau cut or regular make attached or seperate cuffs 4Gr IC- 43c 79G gSG Shoes Shoes One lotot Oxfords for muses and children In Canvas tan or black ioaher These Ire broken lines and only one or two pair or n kind Made to sell at 100 to 260 pair Public Sale price 63ct38c 48c Ladles J150 Oxfords dongola kid pat eat cap blucher style Pair Mess flue Shoes and Oxfords In all leathers and shapes worth 250 per Pair Ladles shoes and Oxfords nil leathers ln plain or cap toe values up to 200 pair dens heavy work shoes In grain or smooth eather Also a dry shoe of satin calf 1eather plain or cap Wes 226 a paIr PrIce gSG 198 7- 13g 198 A Square Deal to All You are the JudgealsotheJuryas to Fit Value and Style If you buy anything in this sale and it does not suit or fit you or you think you canbuy cheaper elsewhere or foray reason whatever you are at liberty to return it any time during the sale and we win refund your money as cheerfuUy as we took it without question or quibble Put on your thinking cap This is the chance of years to save money ONE DOLLAR WILL DO THE WORK OF THREEFOR 30 DAYS ONLY Ti 10 Be sure you are right Look for the big canvas front Read the sign before you enter A D TAYLORL6P ION Beaver aDinAI 7 r r art w 4 Pr Av eg ifYmr frsigrtrerr Ir ANDERSON r o ii ltTE a D t Aged erGiyenOne TPYear and Half in Pen f la- Devoted Wife Overcome With 011 i Grief When 1VerdlctIs Read in CourtI i7 i Henderson Ky May 4Oullty andia rhalf In the penitentiary vas the pun J 1 1sbment meted out to T Sidney Ai demon by n Hoodens county jury jC Uils morning on the charge ot havi JG savm falsely to a statement or Daviesb f Ojrentoro or which tnstitut1oa area ihe president The closing argument in 1hecase 1 bCommonwealths Attorney S v f4 Dixon was made mEt ndght and he case was given to the jury at 8 oclock this norning They Itanr3 owed the case tor two hours and fo- tyfive r rnlnues before agreeing udi- oa n verdIct = When thin jury announCEd thM n Tcrdlct had been reached and Wed into tll1 court room the detenda nt was seated wlth his wHo and daug ter Miss Sue Harris Anderson Post mastPr F A VanRenSelear of Owe sbaro was altO with the tamlly When the clerk read the word gUilty there was a cry from the wteor the defendant and sho threw her arms about his nek and cried piteously until they rw pe can ducted lath a room at the rear o the count room where they romaine tn consultation with their friends and attorneys until 1 oclock to to afternoon Mr Anderson bade his wife and daughter farewell and was conduete to the Headwson jail whore he remain until taken to the Eddyvil- ponttentiary provided there is n- appeal taken I The attorneys for ttre ddendtmtI I say they will probably make a moI ton for a new trial at onO Fur pter than this statement the attar neys are not prepued to dlscuss ru ture porcedure The trial began In lI ndeT IOn on Wednesday and all or the evident Tad been completed by Friday afternoon a The commonwea1th In the revious trials has la nays been sat isstiod with the evidence ldtroducad However on this trial it was oplrnon that the state made tlheI stronger case than at itto trials County attorney Finn carried the daienda4 through a grilling crossexamlna lon On rthe previous I 1sonanswer to a question I dO not rev mamber On the trial just ended- Mr Andersons momory hail recovered to some eXltJctnt and ho was forced to make many damaging alImlEions CoIilmol1lwealthslAtttornes rungo and Dixon say Ithoy do not fear in e the least for the court of npettls 8 to consider the case They en leaver ed to follow out the opinion or tihe cOUrt In every d tall and do not be lleve that any errors crept into the record Too majority or the people of lien derson woro or Ule opInion that a coavlc ion would be secured at this tltriaL Many of the friends or Sir Anderson In this clay wore hoping In for nnl ncqui Lai ot a hung jury be lleving that it would be hard to secure b a oonvJoioDi on the thIrd trial Very 111G1 surprise was created In Owensboro when it became known that the Uendelfan jury had son itencvd T S Anderson to eighteen dp months In the penitentiary on the on charge or false swearing However many thought that the punishment would be at 1oM two years The attorneys from Owenssboro who went to Hondetl8on to conldua case for the defendant and the a thetatti returned to OwenSboro Sdur day but tad Ilttle to say concerning the tHal FOR FLETCHERScl bASTORIAe John Jngalls on Grass 1 Orars Is the moot widely distribu- tedot all vegetable beings surd is at tmoO tho typo of our life and the emblem of our morality Iying ht the sunshine among the Uuitarcups lag and dandelions of May smrcoW hIgh er jn tnfelllgence than the minute M anantam 1burf earllesiaocollevtions areef I grass And wlielt the fevcrJie frI ended and the foolleh wrangle of the market and forum is closed t grass lieaover the scar which our or 1 1 desert into the boom of earth haS 1 i yst r- sJ 7 t 1d How oFten do you rtthis foa appearedthe in magazines anarucle po building brain selectiontba of A good many People were d tilistarticlehadappearedIn an English paper everyreaderw uld have togoAs a matter of fact Great Dritlan ndoquantities beingtherichestlnmess and purity of all oauncals servedbysealedtinsJorhotclimates made call thq carpet ot the Infant becomes the blanket at limo de grass isthe forgiveness or Hato r benedlcttlonthe battle sat rated WIth blend torn with the ru wtho1 Strew abandoned by traffic beco grass grown like rural lanes ant are oblltcratcd torel4s decay ha r vest perish fuomera vanish but gca tdInto the impregnable lon ref8 or Ii subterranean vitality and ctnerges upon tie fJlt solicitation or spring Sawn by the winds by the wander lop birds propagated by the subtle horticulture of thee elements whi fErvnntsbsoftens the rude outlines or th world Its tenacious fibers hold th earth In Its place and prevent i soluble components from vashlng late the wasting see Itlnvades the solitude ot dcrertscUnfus ttlr inaccessible slopes and fonblddln pinnacles of mountains modI files cl- f mates and ticrmtnc5 time hlsor character and destiny of n1lion6 Unobtrusive and patient It has Im mortal vlDor and aggression Ban shed from the thoroughfare and the field It abides Its time fo retur- d Mid when vigilaugo Is relaxed o 1toll dynasty has perdshEd It sllabtl- e iresumes the throne from which has boon expeLled but Which It leV- er abdletEs It bears nQ blazonry or bloom to charm the scares wLh fragrance or trplendor but Itd homei hue is more enehantdug than the lily or Slime roe It yields no truV t In earth oT air and should its her vest fail fora single year famine wrottidI d rapulate the world Chliaren Cry FOR FLEtCHERS CASTORIA NEW LAW EF FECTIVE IN JUNE Provision of the Bill Whic Changes the Garnishment Law and Examptions To change made by the last gen ral assembly of Kentuckyy in 6arnishment law and examptiiU- nthat are allowed under fro iam does- not serer to have been understood I by the lJUbU- cTho true meaning or the Ml Is that any elan atrning from 1 IJart month tb 76 per month ten percent or his salary can be attadhed and h9 may claim 90 per cent as ox- amptlan It n man rECelv09 a salary lexctti at 7G per month only G660 can be claimul by him as eing cxEmrli and all his salary except G660 is liable to attachmeutThe exomiptlons in onlr out or wages or snary and no eroemptioru can bo elaJlmtddn money lvd from house rents dividends stocks dntercat olE notes or morgages out or Which under tore- old law exemptions might have been Clafrne- dThonew law becomes operaNve June 15 1910 and on then he- pplied only tm contracts made on or after tile act ucccmcs ofteotftlc The usual personal property ex timpt4one of food furnbturc cooking utensils and live bock ro llnn un hanged Got Sorry for Blunders It my friends hadnt hlundetod fn- thlaing of I was doomed wotfm of oor- sumptian I might not be alive pow writEs p T sanders of Harrods burg Iybut for years they save etl every attempt to cure a lung trmk b cough tail I11 last I tried Dta Ilngs NevI DtEcovery The effect wan l wonderful It soon stopped the cough I by d am now ill better health Akan have J1 far ears This wagdet lifesayer IS An unrivaled remedy- for d coughs oohs ingrlnpe asthma Droop hoalorrhages tyhooping cough wilt lungs tiE IjOt 7Uia1 bdtt1 tree 4iiaraateed b1alrdruFglat l 11 t 200000 POUNDS WOOL IN POOL State Board of A S of E hrHolds Meeting Sales Committee is Appointed iiMany Counties Represent Davieeean At a callEd meeting or tog state board or directors of the Kentucky Waol Growers union district No 2 American Society or Equity held last week at the Willard hotel Lou Imc alla commlUw was appointed to reo ecelve bids until flay 201ronrptos tire buyers or the 1910 wool pool as poolisor 000 pounds of wool in Kentucky peameear ont the growers hole kb receive a ter price for the wool At Jresfnt gtatlh same as 111 dealertSm or the union hope to receive ttnt aver RiSe or 31 to 32 cents per pound as a result of the pool lil the conference the roHowlng ItCOUAlE9 wore represented Pen le nton Campbell Bracken Hare din Ohio Butler Miuhlenberg Mc WebtcrsS- ciety ot Equity Includes all or the counties ot ilie state with j member 22000g otcomeyto 1 Resnoel or Falmouth who is vice president pre +7ded A sages commit tee was amrolnEd as follows ProvfIrM1cIinneyra bung and Silas Stevens secretary c the uniorn or Drover Dam The com mince was given power to suUclt bids from buyers and the momt 1I1i of requestjThey will report to the sales committee not later than May 20 The sales committee uJlt met at 9 mon thin date aitlho WIlarAt hotel to eonsid eE all bids The following were present at th wool grower meeting last night Samuel C Rosentie Fatmouth Silas Stevens Beaver Dam J F Doss Greenvilo W E Bibb Sacramento Frank Partlnt Cecillan H W Ray SJt1ron A L MlcKinuy Mc Klnneysburg R E I Ray Vine Grove Lewis Hancock Providence WmlaD Konslor Henderson Price Baird Oweooboro V C Hocker NarhShall Women Vote It they did millions would vote Dr Kings New Lire Pills the true Temedy for women For banishing dullfagg tfeelings backache or headache con lnipanttinsg up theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 26c a aU druggist What is cold In the bead Nothing worry about it you treat Lt wwM- hElys Cream Balm Neglected th Cold may grow into catarrh and too nirpasages be So inflamed lost you have to Nght for every breath It is true that Eys Cream Bath marters catarrh promptly But you know the saying about the ounce or preven- tfomTherefore use Cooem Balm whin the cold In the healll shows itself AU druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bro Hi Warrro Street New York LungsIQUlCKS Ifna better then any other money back J C MENDENIIALL MEDICINE CO l VANsvILLU IND 1S Beaten for Marshal in ETewn The Frankfort correspondent or ronowIlngJames Buchanan once President too UntUcd States once lived 1n- Elizabethtown and ran for Town lIarsbal according to Capt TCJones one or Frankforts dlstinguL h tesidenta OJpt Jorge went roa tiro other night at the Elks lub and vas doing same talking tol owing the feast athich was spread Bishop Churchill nuchau didnot amount to lnucbhlEIzalxrtMoovn asi he was felLted there tor Town Marshal Mid capt 1one4 but when iio left Kentucky and Went ttl PeI1Qsylvanla thjtinlt1 agoand Ellzabothtown did not know Bti iianan as welt them so they knave jecord now so they turns him electrwn Marrshal ho would wave playrcttl In Kentucky anti never would Ihaiba n anything snore than a Town Marshal Sticharo the uses ot etiver ty alldo4t or evil will sometimes come OCt t I 10 care LaOrlppe and Colds la 24 hours takeI QUICKSCold and LaOrippe TADLDTat ypr doltlst does sot keep them send ZSc tot c Mendenhall Medicine Coy hamlllelaI nd get them postpaid Guaranteed INDIANA MINERS AND- OPERATORS AGREE TwentyFive Per Cent Increase rand Similar Amount Once Each Year Terra Haute May GTho joint settle committee or the miners and operators settled the quactlon ot wages In mines south or Baltimore Ohio tracks this morning Accord- Ing to the agreement the day men are to receive a twentyfive per cent Increase immediately another 26 per cent increase at the end or the see yearfa third at the cud or the see a fourth at the end ot the third making n total Increase of 100 per cent In three year This matter greatestodiSagreement In all the preliminary negoUatl0l18 and threatened to cruse a prolonged strike It Is undertood that the eighteen minen south ot the Baltimore Ohio tracks which remained closed pending the settle moat will open at once KENTUCKY FINANCES UMPROVINGt Revenue Increased 400000 Ex tea Session May Not be Called A Frankfort special to time Cincinnati Enquirer says hundreds ot thousands or dollars will floe into the treasury or Ken uteky this year In exco or funds for running the State government that were collected last year rt Js estimated now by a tuajanity of the State officials that there will be iOOOOO collected this ycir in excess of the funds collected last rur and a greater porUon or this moary will be need to wipe out the ddbt that Is now piled up ngaI1irt ton State through interest bearing warrans There will be tltousanda of dollar left iu the treasury when the present administratlon goes out at office It the present plan ot the adnihlistra lion Is carried Into effect and all or this money wm 11 r raised trom boosting the assessments on realty and personulty ot the largo Corp tra- tinn ut the CGIlIIIntJ8 all Urel rbo StateThe asirssment for last year wa iOOOOOOOO In round numbers and It lJ estimated now that there Is to be au increase In this amouct ot 10 to 16 per cent and that ttho as s- ntra w111 be Icreaed to 800000 000 whIch Wlll brllag in till atldlthn11 100000 and then time carpnraInst such as the railroad cumpnur J 31 water power gH tslIOTtalo a d- elecr c Light cOlllllanles have all bcel- rhrereaed enough It Is believedcoy Inclto the wsGisment on tlngllll- 1I1Ol rrty and frtmahlres to bring I n 200000 so that Itwill ret bo a U- tcult matter for Auditor James to- tlnd a means or mlslllg the other 100000 from back taxesCWhile the kick on time pant of the cerparutions s- It Is well known that the USlcssJllonsI as they are will ot ho exorbttat- axd will not work L hardship on may person or Notlumg a Jej 14inllsassed at anything ike Its real value uness it Is the small property which iIs1Ia II ot the counties Is so marked that they areridiculous- lkforo the State Board of MSlSS ment and Valuation concludes 11 mburszDtlon camplotes Its work aids year It Ii certain that there wlll bo a la- of sese I not written rNOmmcudatonq ot to Gtv rnor Wllison to put in his tor the extra semfon roo In ilea calli We proper avlendmeuts to the Mont laws The whole trouble ls the citizonswho have wwIth1u cash stocks and bends will not gIve them In for asseSsment J 4 Iin Kind You Have Always Boughtand which has been use for over 30 years has borne too signature of and been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChUdrenExperIence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Cnstorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Norms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhwa anti Vhul Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates time Stomach and Dowels giving healthy natural sleep The ChUtlrens PanaceaThe lIothcrs Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS the Signature of III The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUS COMPANY TT MONNAY TSCCT New TOaa eTV Save 75FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS mallthissaw it will be able to one reserved at the low rate of readynow BUSINESS COLLEGE Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY 8 WANTED A m are put It to any teat 011 wish It you are then not tatiafied or do not wish tokeep the bicycle ship It back to us at our n 1 br Ufrom lFlu OASTERBRAKES RIDER AGENT I 50HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SELFHEALING TIRES UrlliIjufpaamxrpkpairlur116okatk wiNiordrdtfsl- O PUNCTURES- NAILS Tacks or will dot lot the yearverDEBORIPT10MMadeinalltlzesItlallvely rubber which never 1F has this but and BY PURCHASING ORE OF OUR where they have IlfcoaroaU1 IINRanger tyuywhera 1VrIelerfwllprrlintlarsandtMriatoffrratonaNo ayfrtitkrandallowperfectly MORE FROM spedal quallly becomes We furnish the highea gradebcydes il b b Vmvotwhen you rtcetve our beautiful catalogue Mrul9rcoXeldoubleourbinusuallypromptly at irks ranging tFa to as or Dcud tine be fin I t fl 1d andequipment j Glass 1 of allowInglhdrlireahaveonlybeeapumpeduponceortwlceiuawholeseason rtaistingquahlieabeinggivropby fordvettllalputpose ant A PAIR TOINT1tODUCE ONLY = 8 0I INotIce ontpWe will allow youndwen order III the tires may he returned et OUR expense If toraoyreason Lheyare I teeknowIaLisCaClory We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us as a want you to send w a trial order at once hence this remarkable lire after YOU NEED TIRES Bears TROUBLE pouible tottukt SAMPLE mtexamination ofItedgethorn whkhscribesrfuloftrnLIEU CYCLE COMP I CIICAI ILL N L N r t 1 J t C1 co I r t Hartford Republican d kccordtagto lax at the Postonl BarilofdKr IUI man matter of the ecog- ttaei C M13ARN TT EDITo ZZ 31JKO TX C bk1i4iH403o-uc a1vH3ar FRIDAY MAY 20 We trust President Taft wdU not delegate the twrLting of hla next mutt sage tX somo outside party The securing of tho avliatlon meeting for Louisville next month is due to the unttnltJg efforts d Mr R W Brown of the Times arm the tban- of the wtlre Slate as wen as Lou isvUlo fire duo him for s6ucccssCul efforts FriendS oHon N T Hard o- 3lorgantown atla working to EeCUOO his nomtnatlon for CoIlg1UU In the Third Dlstlrct Mr Howard Is though Republican and an able cnp- aignrr It anyone can lain the Rettubllatns Jo victory to that dLs trict this year we should think Cap lain Howard would undoub wily be that man Recent dspatclJ have announced that Prnsident Taft had tendered the positlon or Ambassador Ito Eng land to exVIce President Fairbanks The ppolntmentvould be a splendi one and one whIch would reflect credit upon this country as well os the President but we note that Mr banks has given out an Interv1e- that he will JCllne the appointment We are in favor of reguLating corporations and requiring th Un rto com ply with the law but we shall neVl1 lend our aid to any effort which means simply a nagging of lPubtl- cutUlties Efforts which can do no- 1Josslble good and can only cau- lrlotlon so between communities and these great corporations which do- so much to upbulld and benefit our country and between vhleh and bhe people them should be kindly feel ing and a community of Interest lIal1 ford will no doubt doertelt proud as 8b43 does on all occasions I next Thursday when the specl lom1I- ladl50nvUle arrives It should bOmt by every man woman and child in Hartford and our neighbors should be given real old iCashonod hdarty Ken tucky welcome While Madlsonvme f endeavoring to advertlro herself us lo us not forget that it will be a good time for us tQ BdvenbIse Hartford and Hatford people also and the vary best possible way to d1 this will he to 6110w our warm heart od hospitality and compel our nelgh bora to talk about us and paint us as the very best pcoplo for many months to come The city authorities wllI have our unqualified suplmrt In their efforts to surpress the blind tlgors and any and all nwtJt1I1ess In our elty however we oppose the prat1ge of city ordinances which smack of fanaticlsn and which embroil our pecpkt In controversy and IJwcnt tht very ob jects sought by nurse who havo the enforcement of the law In charge We do not lrlleve it wrong Ito keep open drug stores or livery stables on the Sabbath Neither do we Iiovo it wrong to sell a cool drink of- lmronado or a cigar on tiro Sabbath Nor do We seta any Justice In tlre- en+ lrg some poor man not able to owna horse and buggy from hiring ono to drive on the Sabbath while the man who seeks to enforce such a mw deal drives wL h his family In contentment throughout the Sabbath afternoon In his own carrlagl and with his own horse We are also In clined to think that harmless games should bo allowed our boys and that the playing or marbles the oldtime- paaUnv of tho 8tjOOt urcMn should be ullowcd to tivo tit least until we forgot that we wore once boys OUR HAT IS OFF TO MR KING A recent tssuo ot the Muhrlonburg Sentinel published at Greenville con- taIned a newsy letter from Prot Z- O King who is at present et Fronk- 10rt aoIrlg as clerk to the StJaoo bard of Equalization In speaking or Ropublican Sate ltotfdos among other thIngs Mr King wrote the following fiatterdcg paragragib concern ml the editor of this IJalCr1Lt Is to be hoped that SOme outsider will be fixed upon for Governor to suceend Gov sWlthron AVostorn Kentucky man would be all advi13be so- leetion and I know err no ono In that noak of the woods who would be more nvaLlabh than l Cttfero M Darndt of Hari f fond He 4s In close t ehIKith the Equity people cap ble honest leverhcadul a ood canlxrignEr and come from the best ohlKnt clLock thhy is n exi enoe ta y- L J day Cov94nor Barnett would iotjtound bad and bea make amo Governor Ancient Tariff Arggm nt An is4ererting document was taken tnaai the corn3rutlaneof the oh maaoni twtple toot wegk et e4 to ease bero fn Uh1s issue It a I e vht y Hop John H McH coca Tathrn of the We ii D JcHeonTY dpi liVerEd in the lloom of Reptteeem a uveG to the year 1846 Mrdeficm ry wan a WWg his rpeeoh was In defense of u protectlvetartft Evldeat ly the atlgumentauttd pro and con In those days did not diner much from those in vogue now and tOO speech deUvered them could be U1ed as a good Republican document 4n a national campaign at the prSnt dime We quote from title old Bpctbli a few parngrnphs which Wo know will be of interest to our readrrs In speaking of the beneLts of prctectiY e tarot to the laboring JwD Mr l1CI Henry said What is It to the laboring man If Ou brIng down the prIces lowjIout of p1oymeolt and has nothIng tq buy wlih7 You are mereI ly tantnl1zng him by putting fonts of life almost wltMnc his reach Het sees others enjoying them but Is himself deprived of the mCDJ1S to procure Wem An anecdote wIl Illustrate n position ns weld ns nn argument and one I saw somrttm- stace In a ttews7raper wlll apply here Am Irishman In the markets of too City or Now York being about to buy some chickens was told that th Whywsaid In my country I ggti such for six pence Well said tJhe market men Why WdDot you sty In roar own eountI1Y then Faith said he friend I couldnt gut the six pence But we are told that mOIl should be permitted to buy whet they can buy cheapest and sell where I they can get the boot price ThIs Is fife doctrine for which you will alIways bar shavers and usurers contend and men that always have money to buy with aqd to spare It Increases the value of money whIch they consider tile moot valuable ol all hlngs and enables them more ot- eaially to grind the faces of tin l Aces And orbits they preach tills I doorllle they JlkPI aU others practice I 111Upon Iof this assertion ThIs system IS called by gerClemen who pride themselves upon their elevated stoLlldlng and their decorum In debate n system of fraud of robberY and of plunder Do gJ1 le men underutand the full extent of these terms when they are them and to whom they apply these mUd tet1l11SI IIthisn son and Monroe and many of the wLsClSt men of our country I nm sure tr they did that their own sense of property would make them a little more select In tM terms they ucta Ir the people are plundered It can only he do ant of hwo Ivays by being COI11IIOUI to pay higher forI the article 0 the imllorlPr from abroad or to the mmnufaaturer at hOme TIle gentleman from Virginia Mr Bayly Jr I and eutond him rightly contended that the duty 11atwayc increased tile ptdceunUl by competititlon at home tho pnloo was brought down so low that tho fare I Ign article was excluded nltogh rand then It had no offeot Now th s he true who is Injured by it IsI the consumer No He gets the arU- o lower than M ever got It before The homo supply is abundant and every man can gQ just an mucht air he wants at a fair ptiloo foreigner Is driven out of the market He than is tho one Ghat Is Ill jured and nil this cry of robbery plunder and fraud Is only to e fGreatp02Q her are called Brtltsir Whigs Sir I urn an AmerIcan by birth JbY education and in feeling I am proud of It and I hole never to see the day when the affection of AmerLoans is to be withdrawn from the cyies- of our country and placed In Eurore and when they will rejoIce more In the prospetdty or Leeds and Uverr pooland Ibndonand Manchester that they will is that of IrosOn Lowe1- 1Phiidelphla Gild New York For if ever the tIme comes wldieh God forbid lust EO woo as it t true that where a mans trcn uro Is there will tits hat be also jUst to sure will leagu1S be formed that will endanger I the Prosperity of OUr unropI Fine Land for Sale We have 460 nnys tf fine hoLlDni- l nd cram one and n hat to twOtc miles of Hartford cart of 1f with plber Also about 76 acres of up lead belonging to the dame intact easy Aypiy ai4PUe bp- neAt 11Smith IitMdoitd KY Ilt MAtTEKMItRT- d i jrindfr9ceeds Usual n With Judge Djrkhea- lit Hand j- t S 7ho Ohio CIrcuit court Convened In court hall Monday for n wo week temJud e T FDlrk Com monwcaths Attorney Aeu D Rlns and County Attorney CR nit were promptly on hand After the fans had en dllosetl of tiro following atred gentlemen were empatieedBB gnmd furors for the present term H E Brown W P Miller Frank Header Robert Duke Jeff Dell CC Carter sl1e Shultz J P Shrume ZWayne Ellis WG French Porter Henley nn J A Edge The court seected H F Drown as foreman W P Miller as clerk and Porter Hunley as shbrtff o the grand jury After Instructions by the Commonwealths Attorney sup plemEnted by some very timely sug gestlons by tto court and tho report o the officials the grand jury retired to the Countys Judges oflcoanti be gun their deliberations All the cases on the Mondays foer service except tbcso isedor as follows Comth vs Gilbert Hayes Jesse D Grant Grover Morris and leaveeto reinstate On motion of attorneys for the Comth the followIng indictments were dlsmlsEed One agaInst Luther Loyd one against J HRalphone against Lco Loyd and one against Chan Peters Evetrett guilty The prosecution was dismIss ro fiS to Late Webster Comth vs Leslie Phllllpsaw ana facts were submitted to flha court and fine assessed of 30 and costs Cornth vs Chas BalzeClned 20 and the cost of the prosecution The grand jury reported an Indlct meat against Otis Baird charging him with willful murder The court called the common law docket for trial on Monday a1d the following cases were set tor jury trials Fifth day May 2oE D Murphy fI M H E R It Co JR lifer vs L T Park ct al R S San derlur adnU vs L T Park et al- E L Bennett vs Robert Bennett et al SIxth day May 21Er Crabtree V- 8i1l IIIIarnnrd JaB Sanders vs Siam Co In tIle case of Emma Allen vs L C R CQ for trial Monday the jury returned a verdict In favor rot plain 20I rued appllca co asked to be sworn In as un attorney of the Hart referrediM Woodward Ifhb followIng named entlemen ave Ikea Impaneled vs petit Jurors tor the present term Alex Dell J Bennett EstlllTayor W F stev JoeIS L SleV1118 R H Dames C R Rhodes Allen Taylor H Morris B lYetly and T J Whlttlllghlll Commonwealth vs M H E R for obstructing pUblic high way trial and verdict of jury line ofI 60 Commonwealth vs George Simpson Incest was trIed Wednesday nrgu meat finished yesterday morning The jury is still out and it m relo rltedI hopelessly bung Gaines vs M II E R R on Horse v0i SaleII will sell my nice black Horse He Is 16 hands high weljhes 9001bsra saddle and harness horse poifect gentle will work any where and In tlrstt elllSs condition For further particulars call all or address E Dunning Echols Ky 43tf Notice On the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike I have n two story seen lporn- house for notefronting 142x1fiOft shade trees in front I wlli sell cheap for cash Apply to T T Smith 43t3 MARY SMITH DEN1yE7T- tAEI AViLLE 2prlngthetsdlmppearance the cold wet weather Born to the wife ot II L nevIJl8a tIne gIrl Dr DBarnett officiated Mr G W Morgan has able vlst his brother V B aloigani- near Magan Miss Dunn of Fori1svlUe Is visiting her uncle tube EddingtAn of 4lhis plac lthi8 weekfMr Reat Haynes and Dead Boq it attondeg s teselalItRulrA j ddkt na- onTu ily lr 4 Ym Iirypes feexading a- teleph i e line for bhe OumberladC- ompagY tbElS11nAlout and planted over Wetheard ahrit thl county was going do work th9 roads by taxation If eo k the good wOTk beging Mine Rath Loyd is visaing her- stater at Herbert this week s BOILER fOR SALE goodshHOOKER WILLIAMS 44t4 Mgr Hartford Ice Coe Boys Scalded Clifford and William the young sans of Mr E P Moore who lives on tragicdday With boyish ingenuity they hud rIgged up n steam boiler with II largo 1topsa small pIpes of different lengths were luerrfed After II tire had been start u1 underneath the can the plugs proved to be Inserted too tightly and the boiler exploded with terrific force hurling the can over a fence near by and scatterlrlg boiling water over the boys who were standIng near Both boys were severely scalded but their lnjprles were not serious It was n narrow escape at 1 the boys will probably call In an experIenced engineer the next time they getup steam for theIr pl- antsWanted1 Everyone to know that I have opened an uptodate Plumb ing Steam and Hot Water Heating Establishment Complete WaterWorke Out fits for country homes at small cost All kinds of Pipe repairing neatly done Prices reasonable and work guaranteed Estimates cheerfully fur nished John L Williams THE PLUMBER IIorelct J31d- acHortford Ky SYMPATHY helps hurts but It wont cure AU aching tooth wonut wake a marred one look like Its old self hakes A skillful experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy rou can but for reed relief and good dental work make an appointment with us for the prutlcal way of get- tIng your teeth In tine shape Best crown and bridge work In thIs town any town Teeth extractedwith out pain Al work guaranteed Tote phone 218 DRS UJRDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Oldg Hartford ICy Why Not Get Th- osePHOTOS Made Now- lt you neglect to or defer it much longer you may regret It Bring the babies send the did folks and come yourself The price of photo supplies is go ing up and we will soon have to change mole for our work Better come r1ghta- wayScbroeters Studio Over Rpublicn OtficS- Y 4 i + hioI 1 aL t 1I J SPECIAL I I 1 it wOPw BESTOUALITY SlluiA 4 p125 Silk on 1 Sale at 85cf SOc 7Sc Silky on Sale at40c We invite you in to investigate our line ROSENBLATTS- y The Store That Sati- sfiesHartford Ky E1t11fAlYOU IN OF lIARDWARL wEuAVE rIn addition to our Hardware Department we handle every piece of ma chinery to be on the from a traction engine down to a garden hoe You cannot make a mistake in buying one ofourDrills They j will give satisfaction and save labor l NEED EINAY ITt r a used farm Corn DiscHarrowsplete ever brought to Hartford andSurriescountryTryOils Harness We can supply you with BathRoom OhiO County Supply 1 IraoorporatedJ a Ti iHRTFQRI KI l r OKs c ix- t Xvem t- y A l Ii IY I Fa rstd1 r r Are beyondany t doubt the pre n L h wtiest daintiest j desirable I foundanywhere R4 You will make no mistake by tcalling and look IngoverthestockOur are always will andanxious Jto give you any information re garding styles fabrics etc Your 1 will find at our pattern counter a stock of McCall Patterns which are beyond question superior to any pattern now used Waist 1Skimp are two words that arenev er heard used in with perfectinstyle 500 designs to select from at our pattern counter Fashion sheets freeCan please you in late style linery Dress Goods and Footwear Pay us a visit I i Ga I IlllnolsCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam KY North sound No 181 due 613 a m- NoISdaltlop m O103 dai4S p in NonlhBonnd No 121 dn ll3S e m No 101 dUI 248 p to No181 dUI80G p m Have You Seen it Advertised if you have and Its good and a r Drug Store article we have It We dont however sell a thing simply i because Its being advertised We r must know first that it has merit and that the advertisement tells the truth You can trust our Judgement in these matters or fa you see It advertised and want to look Into it i i come id us Every truly meritorious aftlcio that a Drug Store should keep 1sIn our atock- Remember that and when you want anything In our line come to see us Your fIends IrHartford Drug Co incorporated OUR COFFEE HAS MADE US MANY FRIENDS j First of all they were Coffee Cus- i tome ohly Then one day they derided to try some of our Tear They liked both then they became Sty Tea and Coffee CUstomrs Ce1l1they noticed that our Bacon looked pretty good Tried it De foil JI1g1 Land so It goes tour eatables arent good ONLY 1N SPOTS Its our aim to have the t stock faultless through and through tj Thats a high standard to set Naturally once In a while we fall below it f 0 BUT THATS OUR AIM And In attempting this we get Just about aa I thfeh an average of grocery goodness r as any store to this country R You may aa well benefit lfi R GROCERY HARTFORD KYf 1fr a r r r McCillPattern No i398IDAINTY SUMMER complete connection Mil Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 20 M H 8c E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trans pass Hartford at the follow ing times NORTH BOUND J12 703 a m Passenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Dally except SundaySOUTH BOUND 115 900 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113207 p m Passenger Dally A now lot of Ladles Skirts Just In at Carson Gos Try the W L Douglas Shoea Sold by Carson Co A fine assortment of readymade Waists at Carson Cos Hartfordbills Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Just received nice line of Pocket Books at suitable prices Rosenblatts Just received a fine assortment of Ladles and Misses Oxfords Casonfc Co W H Moore Son have large Jumbo Pickles for sale at one cent each We are still well stocked on Mens Youths and Chlldrens Clothing Carson Co gauss Fa file Brpwnsteln of Louts vllio Is vjsltingMr and Mrs J Ros enblatt t Tina BW Cooper Nashville Tennis tie guest of her parents Mr and Mrs C M Barnett Mrs M Wolderof Louisville will spend the Month cut May with her daughter Mrs J Rosenblatt Call Tapscott the Florist Owens boroKytor cut flowers for all Oct casions Cambefrlaln phoue 45L We have a beautiful line of decora dva and wedding plants A post card TapcoltNext ythe24th has been set apart jaa dean up dry for the tawnj ttaiHuijr people will sleep bat ter JII iljKilitbW they have for eeveral Pai J200 and 150 White Underklrtaat9- 8c Rosenblatt Best 200 Heather Bloom Under I skirts at 98c Roeenblabts Mr Robert Halllbunton who has been 1ft the West for sometime la visaing his parfjuts hero Do not fall no aMend the K of P entirtalnanect at the court house this evening Admission knee MnrJ C JOEISS and daughter Katherlnv were the guests of R S Taylor RocheiJtur Sunday Prof I S Mason of the Fordsvlllo Bight School paid thus office a ipleias aaV call while in the city last Saturday Mr Henry Henshaw has returned from Knoxvllle Tacn where he had been to see his motherr who Is Ertlll dangerously 1H The Junior Epworth League of the Methodist church gave a delightful ice cream and social ait the court hours last evening Eld J W Tuck will fill his rag ular appointment at the Christian church Hartford next Sunday at 11 a m and 8 p m Everybody invited Leave your Laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf We never were better prepared to fit you up In dress goods of all kinds Woolens Organdies White Goods Silks Maxines and all of the things to be had Carson Co rEGGS FOR SALEPure Barred I Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setting of fifteen Mrs John W Sandefur of nrral route No7 Hartford Ky Telephone through Hartford exchange tf Dr Oscar Flener a local boy who has Just completed a course In dents try in1 the Louisville Dental College Is home on a short vacation We have not yet learned where Dr Flen Twill locate Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf I Mr John Bennett who was Injured sometime ago while in the employ of the Cumberrland Telephone Com pang Is visiting relatives In Hartford Ho is Improving rapidly from his In juries and hopes to be able to take his position with the company In a few days Agent H E Mlschke and nsulstant Fred And non moved their office into the new depot onlY day this week Tho new quarters are spJendld In every particular but the rapid increase of business indicates that the office will be too small from the beginning The building is lighted throughout with splendid eleajrlc lights and is up to date in every particular Mr J G Halliburton who has been in Eastern Kentucky doing con trod work on a new line of railroad for several months 13 with his fami ly again He will move them to Harlan county next Monday They have made many friends in Hartford who will regret to see them go Mr Halliburton expects to return to Hart lord at some time in the future to make his permanent home Ho says it U the best town In the world A flshlns party composed of Messrs R E Leo Slmmerman John T Moore W S Tlnsley A E Ellis Dr J R Pirtle A D While and C M Bar ntt returned from Grassy creek last Saturday reporting the greaiesC sport in hand line fishing which has ever been enjoyed by a HairJford fishing club Messrs Tlnsley Moore and Plrtle caught sixty pounds of fish on hand lines In about two hours one morning while there Thy were oif every known varioty of game fish An Illustration gospel service will be held at the Christian church in Hartford next Wednesday evening May 25 at 8 oclock It will be by G C Cromer founder of the AllI Prayer Foundlings Home of Louis ville giving testimony of answered prayer by means of which 167 horwe less children have been cared oforI Also giving views of Jobn Bunyans Pllgrams Progress from the City of Destruction to the Celeattal City The admission will be free and everybody Is Invited The Board of Education for Hart ford met last Saturday evening undt elected the following teachers cipal Prof Halley E Brown Seventh and Eighth grades Prof AE Ellis Fifth and Sixth grades Prof W R Hedrrlck Third and Fourth grafts Miss Alto Likens Primary depart meat Miss Mettle Moscley Prof G E Bailey principal for the school for the past year has entered the pract led of law at Ottowa Ohio and de dined to make application for the position another year The position- as principal of the High School held by Prof Browril last year is etto be idled by Ihe Ohio CounVBonrd of EducatlonI i I r t y n CROMWELL Ia view of the toot that May 30 h 3 been set apart by the National becboyjs of the late War and one of the SjmnlsJi and Amorlcan war buried at East Piovldrace Decoration day will beMobsTpd at that place on Frl daji afternoon the 27th inst at 2 oclock with appropriate ceremonies kindlytdPArtJnent Colnadoapt hen the people will be entertain edjdby a speech by Dr Oscar Allen JW Coleraaa will have too whole a Weqrespectfully ask the good peo ploof Providence neighborhood to bring all the flowers possible as the purpose will be to decorate all the graves so long as the flowers last 11gbing memory for their dead friends should come and make It a grand oc casion Well some people may think the days of wild animals have passed but op last Sunday night at the residence of Sam Browne some hugh monster of the forest broko upon the stillness of the night air by one terifflc scream after anotiffr circling around the house for sometime In the meantime Mr Browni got out with his gun but foiled to get a sight of him From where the animal came down the road to C S Taylors and began such hideous screams and growls as to cause excitement to run high although the dog was brought Into action It seemed not to care for the vigorous barking and very reluctantly went away still making a noise ono would not care to hear at that time of night Mr and Mme Wtirrlner Wilson of Logansport visited Mrs Wilsons par ents Mr and Mrs Warren Taylor Saturday night and Sunday Miss Ltona Duvall Select 4s vis iting her aunt Mrs Birch Shields this week Miss Leslie Miller Sanderfurs Crosz In Who has been the guest of her brother for a few days resumed home Thursday Mrs Byron Taylor and little daugh ter Euva were tile guests of Mrs J P Coleman Preatls Friday Mr Ixjstlon Reid and wife Pnan tlss were guests of Mr and Mrs Claud Liles Sunday r For Sale One twelve horse R R grader fourteen n R Scrapers and 8 R R dump- carts Will sell cheap W E ELLIS Produce Man Hartford Ky uu BALD KNOB May 18 Farmers are very busy In this neighborhood at this writing trying to get their crops planted Several attended church at this place Sunday nod Sunday night Miss Bessie Torrence of Hartford visited her patents Mr and Mrs J H Torrence of this place Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Talbert Miller Bethel who has been visiting her sister Mrs Fred Rafforty for several days returned home Friday Mr L D Taylor Is same better Mr Henry Taylor is Improving also Mrs Mary Davis Is not so much bo ter iMfes Hannah Sanderfur of Mt Zion neighborhood spent a few days with relatives it this place week before lastMrs J A Davis Is spending a few days at Urn mines visiting relatives and friends Misses Bessie and Rhoda Torrenco and Harriet Sanderfur spent last Sunday evening with Miss Emllous Tay lorMr E P Sanderfur lost a fine hori week before last CUrs J A Davis of this q taco sprat few days last week with her daugh ter Mrs W Shields Mrs M Sorrels nod two daughters visaed Mrs J H Torrence of this place last Friday The A S of E will meet at Mt Pleasant next Saturday evening at 2 oclock Wo have organized a question bureau which Is creating great intriretJti The Brick House grave yard will decorated next Saturday week 28th I DTKxmttdon will be held at the lIt t Pleasant grave yard the 30Ui The decoration sermon will be preached at the church Everybody body oo o- We are contemplating having aTe vival meeting at this place aa soon as the isiDover l r For Sale Two go6d work mules Will sell reasonablyW E ELLIS The Man 42tt j t Hartford Ky yc k aa iV f M i E iifc EI49 = This sign is seen In the best X = stores from Maine to California = 4 = and there is a reason This guar iz = antee is backed up by each dealerk Jj who sells DUCHESS PANTS He S 8- g carries out the guarantee himself S bJr k tfi They are made so good that seldom b21 i is it necessary to use the guarantee fi = but when it is you are protected g I gsany risk Wear DUCHESSfi 3 TROUSERS and S The Home of Fashion The Latest Goods of Superior Quality at Lowest Prices To the Particular Buyers Weve been planning for months to make this the most successful season we have ever had and we spent much time at the buying end of our business hunting for the best merchandise the latest styles and tile most reliable values We are now showing at our store the results of our efforts in the buying field We feel that it is in the purchase of stock that we can best guard the interests of our customers and we offer them the assurance of superior qualities the latest and most approved styles and designs and always at the right prices Remember that we make it a point to stand backof our goods We can do this because we use the utmost painstaking care to secure our stock from factories and mills which have a thoroughly established prestige for quality and style We put everything through a searching examination before buying and it must come up to our high standard before we place it in stock That means that we give you quality insurance with every purchase To make this insurance stronger we stand back of everything we sell with our per sonal guarantee ready to make good should any mer chandise sold by us fail to come up to our representa tions Could you ask for more This is what we offer Quality plus style at prices which make them unex celled values A visit to our store and an examination of our stock will prove this to you We know that you will find it to your interest to make our store your buying place Yours very truly CARSON COIncorporated Hartford Ky f e Gax + i t 1 4 1 a br f t r Vi a1i 1r f WANTED PREACHER FOR SONINLAW And Whipped Daughter For Objecting to Him he Leaves for ColoradoJs Seventeen Years Old severewhipping DEcaue of aI- Jegoo to have been ndmlnitcnd by her mother for not pcclvhg ottent- SoDa of a preacher and allowing another young man to paY his atlon- tJons to her loss Ollie Vanover the seventeen Year old daughter of Mr and airs Jack Vanover of the Panther ntighborhcod deerted her home last Sunday night and came to OweB9boro whem she purchased whorlhewtlh her grandmother lira Lote Garrett rite girl was supposed to slICntIl Sunday night with a friend her parents gou to ohureh md In company wlh Mark Morris a young mmn oi that nelggborhood she drove to Owensboro and left on the 1235 oclock train Iorrll returned home Iues lay It Is claimed by friends that the mother and daughter had quarreled several tlmcs because the daughter had rcfusod to take interest In a young preacher The quarrel result ed It 13 claimed In the mother using a buggy whip on the young girl Mr Vanover father of the girl CoI1oradoErne does not want to come back hi will not force her to do so It Is mid that the family had recetved a letter tram Mrs Garret In which she stated that she was going to move from Bten to another city in Colorado and it is vossibbn that the girl will ItC unable to locate her srmdmoherowenslJmo Messenger Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications lIS they cannot reach tho diseased portion of tho ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that Is by constitutional remedies Dafneas Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous Mn Sag of the EustachIan Tube When this tube Is inflamed you have n rumbling sound or Imperfect hear ing and when Jt Is entirely cloned Deafness Is the result and unleoS the inflammation can be taken out and Ibis tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nIne cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh wlrlch Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafnes caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by HaWs Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists lac Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A Evolution of the TrolleyI The pkIII of the Illinois TractiOn Company to erect a 1300000 ptSi- enger station in the heart of St Louis aCCords a signal JIIItrJtlun of the pregress of electric trtlOlon in this counrry It Ls uudors ood hat tits building wlH he rtrten stoles high with trlckuuys plalfonrls and ticket offices on tIle ground floor arkd offices above This company is- already engaged In building a brdgo across the Mlesiesippf n St Louis which wloth connected lmpnevelnnh will coot OOOOOO Thla bridge is spanr4cg the Ulsbslplll IS the came cornpauys Poorla brIdge Is the largest that crosses the J1lnc4i The omlunYB plans Include tile construction of freight ars at the St Iouls ehdof the proposed bridge The bridge js ro be attmpleaod next fall and lit Is now expcoced 1wnss- erger frutlon will be ready for use early next year The eomiauy Ill question holds part of the proipcrtdes ormprked by what is known an the McKinley Bysem and Its work is all interesting example of the evolution of the troley- as Jt is being Iv wtEECd In romtl parts of the United States The syrrtt1l has an extensive nttwork of trolley dines runnlrg frnm St Louis to various paru of J1lnot It already toucheS Spvngfleld Danville Peoria and Woornington and Is plan- ndng to build a Yne lhroughJ Southern JJtDD4B Wth Cairo an objective point VbPn Its improvements St Louis have been competed arts next step will cfo lay a similar ndmwk- tJu ugh Mlsoourl The same hroiCr JtS IlWnpOperU tirIQWa and p Kan89 It m proposed to havoJn electric ilne ruts 1ng from St LoUis to Chicago wfbin a year and Ii lot tIe b r there vrtll be esabliched- a lIce froin st Louts to Topeka byway of Xanuae CUy The sysittm has borrowed numerous fealUres that have pmyed profitable and popular on abeam Imes and it untferbtds the IsteLIn Macs In its bid for patlonng- eSlajIng cars are run on the lines conneetlnig St Louts with Persia and SpringrielSpringfield Mass Union CEDAR GROVE May 10Farmers In this community are very busy planting corn Bro Willis of Lettchfleld fined his regular appointment at New Bay nits Christian church Saturda1 night and Sunday 3liss King of Dundee is visiting her sister Mrs Bill Renfrow tIlls week Mr Ollie Duff and mother Sul phur Springs were the guests of Mr J B Mltchols Sunday Several from Dundee attended church here Sunday hisses Minnie and Maggio Wedding yLsldte Mla3cs Nollo and Stella Fore man Monday Hiss May Foreman visited her cousin MIss Llzzle Foreman Oak Grose Saturday and Sunday HENRY LAYS- STATUE COMPLETE Young Woman Imprints Kiss on Stone Lips of Distinguished Statesman Lexington Ky May STho scat folding around the Henry CLay moau- maet which nos built to raise the new statue to its place at the top was torn doWn yesterday evening mid Charles J llullLgn the sculptor re turned to his home In Chicago today While the iltntutc Is completed it has not been officially accepted by the Henry Clay Monumnot Commis sion but they are ox7leetcd to hold a mooting this week and pans on the work The fact that Sculptor Mulligan was directed by the conmrlsaion to remove the scaffolding Uui which the figure was raised to Its 10r- thelJht from around the monument Is taken to mean that the commls31onI l3 roUfled with the stands und twill favorably act upon its acceptance whoa It meets to take final action Ln addition to the chaste kiss which Sculptor Mulligan and his assistants saw n romantic young woman who thought she was unobserved Imprint upon the stone lips of the statute just befaro It was holstcd from the ground the gigantIc figure carries with It to Its lofty pedestla another memorial which had not been prrovid- od for In the plan When Sculptor Mulligan and his assistants were making preperationa to elevate the stone head and place It on the body which had already been put lit Position on the monuments lofty summlthe received a seal ed envelope from a venerable woman resident of Lexington with a note explaining that she had written u characterization of henry Clay whom she had known porsonaMy during to heyday of his fame showing her np- preciuticm of the great man and had onclo ed It iw tile sealed euvolope which sho requeoted be placed I1 tIle statute as a memorial Sculptor Mul ligan compted with her requset md the sealed packet was placed where the lend Is joined to the body of the figure sod covered over with rennet where dt will safely reYlle until the monument should at sonic time in 41st- alll ages ho taken dawn QUICKS COUGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for GURANTnJtD coughsI Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansville lad COOL SPRINGS May ILRev ShleJds filled his regular appointment bore Saturday oven lag and Sunday Sunday School Is progressing nicely at this place Miss CaUJe Cox visited hgr aunt Mrs Mattfo Leach nt Union JIl11 Tues day Mr Will Stevens and family moved to Mercer Mlne last week- Mr Oral Arbucklo visited Mr Guy Taylor of Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Mies Lela Whalen wad the guest- of MISS May Leach Prentls S14rr- day and Sunday Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CAST ORI AI 1s RURAL FRI Ir1 DELIVERY IN i S Three Billion Letters aYearRow Bear These Initials Thereqti 6 1 The rural tree delivery ssrylce of the Untried States means the tits trlbutlon of nearly 3000OOOe00 etter and parcel annually aeng4hhiglr ways and byways of eviitOOState and Territory from Maine to Alaska A force of 41000 carlerrsdaily go over the routes assigned thorn Brinbingthemaitto thofarlner now courts the nation 6000000 a 3 iYoon do potlofficesagents clerks and chiefs of Bureaus To secure information torznake changes in rowres and arle4wliere deemed necessary to new routes and to record and tabulato statistics and data for the Post master General as well as for the public a force of only 110 persons Is required IIn Washington In spite of the great nmooot of office W rk and correspondence that must ibel finished dally Over a mlon Latter awrecalved and answered by the department of rural free delivery In a yoar- Dany of hero received are merely addressed to the department To save llme of opening and reading missives not properly htulEd Is n part of the work of the mnJUng section It Includes a pnivato postoffice through which every letter received or sent relative to rural delivery must pass Every one of tho half million and more letters sent from this department Is copied for record by a mechanical system which saves the hundred copying clerks even where the hand copying press or the carbon method has been employed A force of only seventeen clerks is needed In this section says the Bookkeeper yet In addition to handling nnw toll- Ing mall they keep dally record of all the outlay for pstnge expenses of to department and sort and ex amine the hundreds of otters daily reeeived whIch must be returned to are postoffloer where theY should have boon directed What tIle service does In receiving applications for new routes petitions for mrrlres decisions of the department tho pay ments and rectIpts is told by the postoffice newspaper Published oyery day by the accounting sectdon it Is a reCOrd of what every one In tills pastor counting house Including the Asaistant Postmaster Gen eral himself Is doing Every important item of stabs cs Is tabulated Is tylipe The Esprit d0 corps of the rural free delivery Is best known by the last annual report During the year it states that out of the 410000 In the service the total dismissals for cause were only 166 less than the total number of deaths CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature or Sir Roberts Ball and the Comet Sir Rooort flail has received multi tudes ofletferss relating to the comet So many expressed alarms as to the possibility of collision that he has sent for publication the reply lJOSt ed to sac anxious inqullcr It was as follows My Dear A rhinoceros In full charge would not fear colllslon with a cobweb And the earth need act fear eollibioa WIUI a comet In 1861 we passed through IJIG tau of a comet and no one knew anything about b at time time For a hundred million years life hats keen continuous on the earth though we have been visited by itt lest five comets every year l comets could ever have done the earth any harm they would dlave done it J tbecI htlpe this letter will give you Ihe- assumuoeyou want So Jar as I edit IParn We may ben theWol1atley ab n t May 12 Itetncerely hope we shlll 1 ti tI think SIr John Herat hel eM somewhrRV that rho while comet Could bot sql dJnt antmanteau Dundee Advertiser FAIRVIEW May 10 Master Troy Myers Cane Run Is vtGting his grandpareDtu dr and MrsJ D Myers- Mr aw MrS WarllenDanleJI of Waxanhachle Texas are visiting Mr and Mrs LE Wilson mist Bessie F Artonl vlelted- Mies Bettie Myers aYlt Mr Arthur Raley and family Salem vIsIted Mr and Mrs T L Faught Tuesday Mr C C White and family vla- lited Mr and Lre Robeoti Myers Sun= dayMrs T J Acton and daughtisr- aMtes Besale K and Ruby vastted- Mm Billie Autry Fnlday afternoon Mr and Mrs J N MClSof Cano Run visited his PaTents Mr anti Mrs J n Myers Sunday Miss Ella Mitchell Cedar Grove visited her sister Mm Alee Bose well Friday afternoon Mr Harry Moorman Taylor Mines Is vtsitbrg relatives In this community Mr Shelby lycm18 visiting his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J N Myers pane Run There willbe singing at this place next Saturday night Everybody come QuicksCold add Medicine I Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe In 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by man J Meadenhali Medicine Coy Eraasvilielad THE NEXT ANNUAL MEETING Of the K S D A Will be Held in Louisville May 26 27 28 1910 That In unIon there Is strength has certainly been demonstrated by the denttsfs of our good old Gammon wealth While In former years these State Assaclations did much good even the its members were few and mostly from the larger clUes Since the mem hers from the smaller cLUes and town sometime styled dentIsts have put their shoulder to the wheel our State meetings have really assumed a national air and dontlsts outside of old borderS feel oompllmenltF kl When offered n place on our programme which this year Is so full of the good new things that no tuna can afford do Lay Ill not go to the mooting this year for the other fellow is sure to go and being able to give his patients that which is newest beet and most uptolao Is the one who deserves and naturally will get the most desirable patie- ntsFAIRBANISMORSE Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds food belts corn c Works every day nt a small cost to operate All sizes for all purposes Send for txttalogue 802 Address FAIRBANKSMORSE Ot Louisville Ky Marble and Granite Monuments Our business is devoted excluatvely- to the Granite Marble aril Stone trade and being thoroughly preti cal Jn same enables us to know ygur- requirmonte We only bandle the very best Granite and Marble and our 1ep- utation has gained on just thIs class ot goods IJet us show you tn dollars and oewks that it 4s to your interest to buY of us We gladly refer you to any of the parties we have furniebbd as to our honesty and responsibility in dealings THR tHOMA8MONUMH A4 ORK8 Hartford KUffi r Direotor9ooounty CIrcuit CourtT FDrkhed Judge- Den D BingoAttorney W 1fdklff Jiler E 6 Barrios ClerkFi lix Master Commteionert it T Collins Trustee JurY Fund T H Black Sher itt lartfordi Deputies6 br lceCwnan Lou Black Court convenes tInt Monday in March and August and continues that weeks and ThIrd Mondays lu May nd November tw weeks County CourtR R Wedding Judge WS Tlneley Clerk C ESmlth Attorney Hartford Court convenes fIrst Monday in each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court Of ClatmaConvenes first Tues day In January and flrlt Tuesday In October Other County offlcursC S MoxOeY Surveyor Fordlvllle Kyn F D No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky RFD No2 Henry Leach Superlntenlerit Hartford DrA D- IU1er Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS n S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af- wt 3d1 Monday In Juno Tuesday after and Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday in December 0 E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John H Mlles Rockport lrIday after Brd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jhno FrIday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown SaturdaY after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday after 3rd Monday In M C Cook Renfrow TUleday after 2nd Monday In February TuesdaY after 2nd Monday Jn1olay Tuesday otter 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Wednesday after the secondbaldayIn February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after Srd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem berC V Miles Fordavllle Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February Friday after 2nd Monday In May Friday after 3rd Mon day In August FrIday after 2nd Mon day In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe JUdge O B LlkensClty Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court convenes second In each month City CouncllJ H William Mayor n T Collins Clerk SK Cox Treas urer Members of ouncll T R Dar nard W J Dean W M Fair Pen Taylor W Eo Elie E p Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chaIrman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C MCrowo and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES Y E Church SouthServices monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945- a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Druner pastor Christian ChurchServlcel every fourth Sunday at u a m and 7 p m Sunday School 230 p m Elder Henry Clay Ford pastor C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and Sunday School 945 Rev T C pastor WilsonII SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 816 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month V a Ellis VM C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 It A M meets every thIrd Saturday night In each month R Holbrook High Priest SecretaryHartford 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It Barnard W M Miss WillIe Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythlaa meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J G ICeown K of RSH- artford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every fIrst and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T Y meets second and fourth Thursday night In each month Mrs Attye OrlfflnLady LadyRecordCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets let Saturday night In each month Noah Skaggs Pres W D Luce See TreasAcme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth FrIday night In each months A D Riley Noble Grand D D Schroader Secretary Wedne81dayot Records Preston Morton Post No t O A R beforetheRogersAdJtAS of E National Officers C 0 Drayton Pres Oreenvllle Ill OreenICyTreasIndlanapolisState OffIcers J C Cantrlll Free Georgetown hartfordCalhounKyOhio DamKygoCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordKY NaTlchenor Hartford It F D 2 J A Bellamy WhltesvlJle Ky 3 F D Daughn Hartford ICy K6eBULBS 3000EEBISPECIAL to1I1l4 Now Badeu A make a atltactlon IIIWAtced orroor aoellaectione1y 14YwIarwt rinwre W1i sal rryeCO114 r ans W p IIxadeJI STSldly tuiBoIoo4l1M1o N ZEEDMaloeibr w Swquewti bMww Gdn1N IISIant w eYwlr lIiw 7 arOa0OR0D Jt3IoJisJ xan n BAEzTT P EJamB LOU 4rB- ARETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KYiiIll practice theirprofesaloa In all ha ii2 llti courts Of Ohio and adjoining eslmo nties and Court of Appeals Special t Itendon given to all business entruateA to their care Collections and the PrAO tlee of Criminal slid Real Etate Law Specialties Office in Republican building FRANK L FELIX Attorney at LaW Jt HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession h Ohldi and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals CrimInal practice and CoJo- olectlons I a Specialty Office in the Her aId buildingI YAN CYLMOSLE ATTORNEY AT LAWy HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession in all the l Courts ot OhIo and adjoinIng counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank JOHN D WILSON CBAS M CROWB rWILSON CROWtE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their ProfessIon In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoinIng coun ties and lit the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to colleotioas omoo on Main St opposite Court House sad TRADEMARKSpromtl7oblAlDe4 to- Weomtrieera ta brlaPATENTS THAT PAscer- xpeueand erpyouCosuec Send model photo or sketch for FREE report 1on PAWltablUIT 10 reed Practice SUR YorfeealdeBookB03aOB Seventh StreetWASH INOTON D0 I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCSIj KingsNew II FOR cOUCHS LDS Ttlel PBICEI IAND ALL THROAT AND GUARANTEED LUNOTROUllESIOR ONEY fROCURED ArD DEENDE Daveadhreport- Yr modeI adlce how to obtaa rtent trade mark eoP711ihlleto IN ALL COUNTRIES Barlntdlrrrt TtIl1f1 WakLvo raper riots mono and oflra the faltOt Patent sad Pntfltl Etclualvelt wrltorcometousat u3Rtoth lint app VIllt04 lmMes Patent Omc WASHINGTON D C 80 YEARSI TRADE JMARKe fi8COVRIGkTa I IeecrlptlnnmajlIuleldueertAln 5N09onlatentesent tecelrepedet RllttrICalAelr 1 aearsYorkrw I SEEDS A 11 llluranlIoPI CENTSw OLLECTIONI i I tII 5k5 IIYt5ak Iaw 1011 i JWri pckYlwrlawwon Tmur 7 q 14 arIheEoseIt Boll t a AI I l n t t t rt xyfa 1by E stdi t ir1 rq uKrav a LLo tea 4tyWAB STOR ii Col ws sterrett Writes ca About Noted Guerilla tr a Sad End of Man Who Was A f Terror to Hancock and Ad joInIng Counties w During the rebo11lon Hanoock cc ty was almostenlrely cut oft oommunloaUon with the outsidow and many inolderuts which ccurre la thfS county in those dark dayS heve never rEtlchCVI the pros Ithrrctore they mny bo intet tag to the old soldiers WI well IlS hoao who saw the Sight elneo the surrender a1AppomD tox i captain Bul Davison who ft J conqplcuousy In thIs part of the world aS a guerilla chteitalny was In Hawcsvllle Ky is the year 1 Hewas a sm of Dr Rardin Davison who together with Thomas WJthrow and sevemI oNtrr as i stnated Tho- sat Claire Lowe In bhe Hawesville 1where he had sought refuge from the hands of nn Mfuriated mob whlch sought to take LoweB lito because dId not favor the candIdacy of Colonel Cicero Maxwell who at Ithattlme aspIred to the howr of Common vex1lfihs Mtcrnry In the Fourth Judicial DLtfrlct of Kentucky Dr Davison sewn ream after the mob in which he figured ISO consplcu- oilSly lrhrg to put an end to his own extstenCC and also to take with blan to etorclty somo of bin enttm Los thoxplodndcarried In a basket under his cloak in the roar of C n Duncans sin talC HIIlWOOVm now oeeupkd by Airen S Rosoiiblatt whore f6eril of his enemies were assembled The ox- plosion of thIs bomb whUA It reof out the whore side of the brIck sa- ture proved fatal to no ore except Davlsop A few evenings prevIous toIng the suIcIde and oJcmvted murder which occurred in the stare as- a 10 Jated above Dr Dav ron repaired o the Mohodlst Churich where a- e wlOrI skip was In progress Ho atterw- confesed that his mtrown rut church was to explode the stroll but the pr05th rjenee of his wife in the congroga1lonl- fIOvmted his murderous o11lonI as4abrutally mturdeted by an OwenslAro poll xman In 1872 Ho was also a brother of James Davison who killed by tho aoeidennl dlScha go- a ofno shotgun In his own hands In thebonsd cemetery on the beautiful hm which overlooks the historic little c of HlliwesvUle are tour moundS In which sleep Dr Davlum and his three sons William James and Nathan- each fel of whom mot doolth In a violent ntaunier But Davison subject of this sket went unto too Federal Army In 1861 ahHe Captain of a bravo commands proved iJbe an active and ynlullble officer The tided gray never tl1Ont od In the Federal rtinks until the qro clamatton of emanolpafon was Is sued He then resigned lie hads 1 before he enlisted in tho Federal Aanyens that It ho found they wore flghUng I or the fnredcm of slaves he would resign lair commission ad forever ho t1an enemy of the North and to the n negro And he was as gOOd ns his WOrd Ho neiiirned to his Keniuc ky home and murdered a squad of date ermen who to obedience to his or of drug oon1lledJ the gray jackets arr dragoon posto1s They wo terrorS too to the Horne Guards in blue and tho name of Blll Dwlwn fell upon their ears as a terrlble death warning About the later pant of October set 1866 Davlron Was jotred by CaptaIn Istiac Colter vet Nelcon OIUlty the moSt doporato man that over sprung a trwgger The record of Jcuy James one die bandit king for boody deedS is not to be compared with hat of Col ter Upon meetIng a ntau In blue or Ky itme of the AmerIcan race by Invart of Introduced hlmaolf by n shot ed from his revolvcf In ortlI to show Co m gnicetuly or how awkwardly his vkLim would fall Pentand twentyfive neat CeJan l1i those days Wore oommanlycalled j Lincoln Sklne It an unto dun negro dame In contact with Ooners revolver hew uid vcr tIio J1egrs thesIDhla pocketbook as wo do our ton dollar nolC Ina tnlq early part of December 01po t the snano Yair he murdered a color d t oy sixaniles east of HMvtlSTUl6 and trod MrttT securing that part ot the negro8thl da gu roir aocon dlrmountta cd fl man Rto watoh rtbelr ateede Theyl l t ttJ ris- y Yf 1yand called tpr old lieu ght The bar tender supp lied hem with the desired brand and aklnatY Were the tender When answered to- ffirmative the a ho Immediately p1 aced the oars of ho murdered man upon the counter They pasaeYl quIetly from the saloon to 1lbo I xvomemt where the Inoffensive man was etend tug their horses Colter expressed J desire to rnatunerato t o darky forMs service The latter declined to IlC Dept a ccanICnsatloh whereupon Col tor drew a revolver saying Take this for your fIIvlces A sharp re port toot upon the air ad the punn Loufavillerid tar was repure by Davison Colter and theIr won at LowLport Ky whUe board for UJuLsvm After recur hFlr hctecc on desk Colter spied nga FOOIra1 aoidter whom ho approached at ewes and askEd tt ha had n dls charge The oldler replied that hoi tunloughgu tel tPI tirCe more drew his blcnd revol IrnVOl saying I wll trio you a genuine 838dfzthargc md awcther vIctim was added to his loalg list After the m tiNr on deck the five desperadc rue paired to tho cabIn of the steam or- ja11 where they found six Federal soldiers whew they ruthlessly murdered and robbed of their overCoats Calt T- by did Tint negleot the exprets and UnI tell SRaeo mall The yaluabes ot aU theo paatxgere were taken late his dy tOT sate keeping no text ProcctI w to Ute pilothouse where hrl- lovcd ro 1IUoTunstal the vElteran p11set eyf a handsome gold watch stud chuh When the slteamer arrived at Haw vlly whorl the dasperacloED abandon hGr A3 the olalier of their hor800 hoot souwded upon the frozen i4s- e Queen of Night shone out inaptoa dol upeo the bosom of the grand old Ohio The Ftderal blue owreos Urk from the lwdes of the murdered eollllrES worn discovered by joy Walker Taylor who was In command a confEderato squad 1a the own secrthat time Ho inrmtdlutEly form his lWtle band In lint of battle tohlnl that the approaching Ito em en ere Fedeaale Taylor nwn were 1n the act of discharging a deatiY fire when they recognized the voIce of it Captain Bin DavlSCUl as he gave hIs ardwellknown command RIde up my hyenas Soon after the capture oCa e cteoamtlf Morning Star Colter be Como htatultCd with Alta Emma Fer gorier who at that time tans vlslttadrelaaspa In Hancock Count 1Irs In Forguson husband was an otlkcT on a gun boat In tfie Federal Icrvloo Can cr catnpalied her ItO mart him vasnc5wllhdanding the fact that she hod dIvorce BenEath hv mortisgo rata on tile In the Hancock County Clarks office can ba foundthe icyIullewing quaint inacrtptioa- ste for This liceaee was obtalnd by forc3 of alms J D lesttnC11i Dputy Clerk A feYw days afro thIs merit pecu1lar 44- ml1rrl3ge CcBrr b ame tilled of hls he behchwhfo abode wu In n place unknown E- to Cotters best fronds but Colcr remained in Ihaneeck lrdB ur rounding txunalt untIl January 1865 and In I he absence of Captain Davl son whew he feared he possessed blm par strlf of property belongIng toSunth shot sympahlzens and continued the pall of colored people as rnrgo fs Ii his nerveerring rotoivtcs In fit pat month ho went to SaLt River rut as defeated candldlte gods but to 41p any his hands In tho gDro of some emmles Hale who tarry there Ho was aleae Hae When ha rachul the E wtenl portion ono Meade County he was surrounded lag lislormany for him and the d ePJrate Cotter took refuge In 111 barn ai which pttce he was eoinputely riddled with lag bulletlS but not until he had killed tOil Ing theIr number Colter was a wag ui tlcerd specimen of mankind being G to tlt and five incites In heIght sari n In face as handsome and dntolUgettt as lttg would WIsh to eq rive Otrptaln Davison was dSpertttely love with a MISS Griffin Qf llartfori dtlte3 GrLttln was n nsriod belle mat her time and It is said was siftsg to Oapfatln bavlmn but his unit i rda1l0h Prevented thvlr DurJt8 ono ot his visits to her prevented him wlUl a small tttvolyAr thlck a queer brass box 1r1 which to carry his percuSlon caps He carr dwit gafvptlEtowastJak n irvart his bosom after h death which was a PoouUall1y trod one In Decemlicr 1864oUuwed Low Gv tactic nt to kill IIIM Home byTa rew nmerlibOicnt to guards woo made lhumseveli iibnoxiouB- t In hoot Ix1WJi PhD coulit house was hen what ard haadgtauere and DavLson sta irL dottedIris rioill about the Pub the Squurle td e tiisono should ea reunala nparrtflreWeand1 tirxl the court hosee wati L 2- uttiGct t I soon envel fnflLmoo The It 2guardS had been too sharp for Devi sop however for not oroo was to ho- undfo and ho was duppolnOO Lluit he could not get an apsott to take the Jives of a oompanyof turn whom ho so utterly despised and whom ho had gone 20 mlcs to tlay In 18G34 Capt DavLvon while reCOIl n t ring ntr SlmwonvNle Ky- IcatytwlS IYwl Then every Ono of whom was tt hyena dire ho could txol ii lave remabed In Dm Davlsona comm1nt ntet a Irl at aevenrtyfloc colored soVdlera In lees than forty ariautes frosty colored arose had been k111ed and Davldton and his Hyenas S hG- In twimted hIs mon were speeding over the dark and bloody ground on hoses which wire the b6tit that it was stole to obatn On the same trip he owlJok n party of seveLleen nogcoes near Idagvll1gton Ky and again as many dark men fell In front of the dtiailly tire of the Hyenas AsIde from Bill Davisons dark deeds St was a pleasure to oat hltn friend In KentUCky hIs trlDada were legIon and with hIm the word meant more than li rives with most nets He could rot do enough for hIs friends and on more than a o- ston occa- Ir did he imperil hie life for the oatS whom he loved to call friends Dasdeon was a hllndsome man not ball but broad shout tie red aWd otherwise sqendidly anode His beardless face was as tunaTth as a womans used hl3i coal black flashed like those of a V1I11tlIer hair was as dark as a tool os wing and dtsxrped aver his should rs His command was lw with his IIllen and his general UIpEiaracc thrlUd one with romanC- 3f Not utuch mere can be saId of him undil ho received hIs death Iwound whIch occurred lin Fdbruary1865a1- ee out twolve mILes from Hawesville w on ho read to Nelson County eemxuthd only by a noted guar by the name of lcGruder nk the celobratil leader of the guesdi- r las I SU Aiw day Th9io thee dlr petals moo wore en rowed to Noosou county Kentucky for wiedgoherally belesed that theIr ml EJS1on was to take command of u larger f comJln than aU of theme had ever directed 8 and tscrorizo the cabs State But this wuaiClr ladention they 10lJrrarity dEprlvEd or deriving any Jlem Etom it for whom they had arrived athean point twenty nillos south 1 of the OhIo river the three dooptlGltJ kad err of aU the guerillas were amblll3h by a pan y of tltteen Home Gwrrd Comm Ind of COapt Charles H ale1n who lied oon horn sari brought u Pdthe same town with DavlQl1 At the flat till lrom the UnIon lIame Guards who were StCrtted hP- hLud otter Ina thick wood Sue Iun of day and AtcOruder put Spurs to theIr hen tS and eered theIr deader w fifteen minutes In the midst ady tire took chance shclts nt miss buldnd trees bwt with out ef tectoHal was armed wIth n hivy ful repeating Ballard rifle but In knew ttlat to show htmsolt tum ind th corner meant CJitan od ahwar In a manner probably laIr In enttrey unna ural to any KonhVm ucklan he ratchnd the muzzle of hIs rifle around the trunk or a tree land ot- sbot DavIson through his hip and me1d ed his gun instantly tor unot herssanted Dllwn was armed with Q ot Colts revolvers weighing four pounds and a halt each using a GOas caliber baH Ile know that ho severely wounded and thlllt to have detchancethe leader He began to PressIIn closely the latter dodgbig from now troy to and her and his menhisooLtlnuaUy at Davtwn e saw hIs opportunity and fir rApIdly aR he says he shdt Davis through tlw right Stan boo bell on through his breast and la In his backtllJvlsolls arm ilrclpped ltanmles his side and nklog the bet h13 tooth he turned his gait afro steed In the direction of the Ot r firing over his left shoulder at hts CfInNot u man In that haltatours ched flgh t save Davison was in hogaUcpedI beffclump ot bushes ina lonely in- W phyhoutlass of water prayed for his oeneof Its surround and to kill Mmmo live1sodfcund and went to his relief ted to his wheroablywta by axlghlttg of Ibis hungry horse coming of thh+ rttiGwoyoung 1arltesml bon to the sutferfing pavI the dewdrops al9 tothJo fro w Ho vas taken 10 the homo of Newmlttts tint WItUIt llowod to but u tow days tJre Unlon suite y had ilxtdn price o 5OOOupon also capture dead or adlvoea d h1 AU country rose fUll ot home ho Y Itsarlsgvt oL courze were anxious for tho reward 4 deserter from tho Union Arth rodenitit In Handoock County Ins this lie aroud arxroto himself wshdn soldiers gear and he was rape o find toM cbLn ono must thnca walk over f Ole dark nIght roan otter Doti ls oaws shot a pauy lOt Homo Guanh ill act of surroundlg the home of the rewmans to get iXavlsons li ti But he was teo sharp for them ordaredSW1e frerds set oft for the PemI IifrkJi cabIn and lingered fop two weeks when doaGlr cam- epasits gcd oxl mother who resided at Grnrrll Grove IawatB nsthere shy moved tom ICcnuckY ma Y Years- p be uoar her two remaining sons bc Who dire about ten years w that her oldOll use wasgamortally uound d but Jd not know where loe was or who his irfenlL were with him to allay a3 hen they could hIS sutfuringBwounllI l mId the good old ady- stranstpatties of men came Io my house a uU hours to see it he tvs there ur If I knew whore he ryas- his Somtainu s they wield make blor l cur ling thtnhs against me and If that tailed to make me give BJIllraction they would enter the home sad search It minutely Oro dark TIllsbeen woundJid a coarse unfamiliar voIce awakened me I thought as usual that I was L party set n en Who wished o kill my son in order to gta the gtr cJ whIch was placed on hIs hold t knew that they would burn the bGueeo If I dId not tits the m as at6wer and I Invited them dn I was thacfitstaboo for WIlliam to rest on stud that mast go wIth him I thought at todivulgesot kaaa whoro Jlo was although shed to know more currsxstl than 1d hIs meanest cLemy I gave 0 hu a bed and rod behind him about mlle Ho wt faithful and he took me to my suttafat child DIILCIl was truly n geed old lady Id It gteaetly treubled her o hr sn hselefily clpokJ 1 of She rarelyy ever spoke of hint She remaIn 00on bh Eide in the loudly forest admlrhtrg to Ills ssTUUs QJ only a mtr her can for one urlok when JfIlth vJacerul slumber came to tdlevo body that had rvug1It It so long hard Dalioua two coltrs the two- Altus Newman lJd nsseal other his friends rztualaod wUlh him to tiro lat hoWhen his death dniw near hIs causedoftoenogray a hattrfily together unM the aw noire could be heard over the cab As hIs dtcah came and hid brok n bones clashed tegc4her ho gnash his tJctl1 in oaths ttgalnet the rCI11 and the nteu who had sold to his long home Thq grave of his Strange man was counee as much of n sECret as living abode because rho Unlou his head clad the soldiers would hays been paid as much lap his handsvtne face severed from Its body hpy Would had they ctipurod hIm behindwprison doolu But hIs frlelllls were rmjned Nino saiwart sad mau whom were C N WUWIl aU living burled him la the dark part elf the sight theyy sadlyy boreTtEmalrts in a rude box and iru T1ngTItramTdgTribs were taken to the place of his Talefather send his two brothers whom died unutural dmths13y ClarunSaves an Iowa Mans LIfe Tho vety grave scorned to yawn ore tobrt ladEcn of West Bun tonIowawhen after seven wpeks the bosp6al tour of the best sicians gave him up These was Wfl the marvelous curative power Electric BItters For alder eight ahtia caUver BrhoBoThe onStelLadiesWo can clean and press your coat 8 itsJ1CkebJ cloaks or wraps clean your kid gloves and muffs reasonworkableHartford Pressing Club Stomach Blood and Liver Troubles Much ikkneu starts with weak stomach and consequent poor impoverished blood Nervous and pulcpeople lock InvigoratinglorA remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver active makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives out disease producing bacteria and cures a whole multi tude of diseases ondLllleDr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery LllleInlll11olato unknownYoucom as a substitute for Golden Medical Discov cry which Is a medicine or KNOWN COMPOSITION having hottlewrapperDr Pierres Pleasant Pallets reubte lad Invigorate Stomach lIvcr Dad dowels p Wt L DOUCLAS 3003504a0050O SHOES est la tho World UNIONMADE Boys Shoes 200 and 250Fad Color Eyelets Used w L Uouglu snoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world andlonlpayinghighyou need a pair give W L Douglas shoes yourfootweargood in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices 9 If you could visit our large factories yourselfhow whytheyear longer than other makes isstampedhlKb tlresaml Intrlorah rake Nn MhlI JourI1n SALE DT CARSON COMPANY I lOJIIOIUTII1 Hartford Kentucky McCALL PATTERNS i a1mpllciI1MrdbbllUy nJCanadaublogueMcCALLSMore subscribers than other fashion magazinemillion II month Invaluable Lat- esl Styles patterns dressmaking halrdreulntiquettyr worth double Including II free pattern copyWONDERFULto Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prizeolTerm Address mE McCALL CO Sts to S1t W nth St NEW YORK ElectricBitters supremeremedy ANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine ever sold OVer n druggists counter ry ito+iiN THE KENTUCKY i Light and Power Co = E INCORPORATEDi f GOSTIIhL I ItOR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD t BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I REACHiFaG BARRASS Manager I 4 If+ + 4 I++f + I+ f+ + + ItII+ + + + t+ IIJI + +4 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald1351b11HEREPUBLICANandHE REPTDLICA and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 125t175THEaB XtEPUBLICAN xnd vally uwensooro Inquirer 325 HE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Olboro Messenger 175 175fTHE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 filE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 conditionsOOKKEEPING HORTHAND fallsIn InisIvmcIebecause they know it is THE BEST n nn TelegraphywhichDRRUGHONS COLLEGEpEVANSVILLE ADUCAIJ NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS- t t h 1- 1i Y j 0 w 1 Ar A f4I ye I t 21 d f 4 d diSSSS 11 i Ji 1 I I I ii 1 NEIGHBORStMEET THE BUSINESS MEN ANn PROMINENjCITILES OF- hMADISONVILLE AiVD HOPKINS COUNTY AP I HARTFORD KENTUqKY THURSDAY MAY 2O Ii r i r They are coming with a view of making your acquaintance and offurik a good feeling of fellowship and cooperation nth Hartford and Ohioconty They will l- I bring a band and a big bunch of good cheer Stops will be made bytbe tAcquaiii ed SpeciaPat au points on the M R E between Madisonville and nartf Jd The train schgdule will be announced laterlLet s Get Acquainted is theirsiogani1S PREPAREFOR VISITORS I Commercial Club Arranges for Get Acquainted Train Madisonville Will Find Latch- String On Outside When SPecial Comes TJlu lIartConl Commercial Club met inn tpeclal called session at the court Louse here lust Friday night wit President T R Darnard and Sec retary Henry Carson present together with a representative crowd of other citizens Tlcero were not os many Ares f1nt as should have been and It Is lard to discover the reason Sever preadnent citizens and business men who were absent said next day when lnterrogratcd that they knew troth tug of the meeting although It wa announced In both the town papers and the court house bell wns laudly sounded Others absent seemca t tape little interest In the matter wnnted to know what the n1l cllngl txs for anyhow This Is rather n bad commeutarf upon the business eutnrpris8 of our cl1lzenl who gtt theIr living hero rind who should 1k mrgclorwblch of course includes the welfar of all tta citizens There Is evidently too much of lettheotherfelloO- seetoIt There me citlrens and business men here who of tours worJld like to prosper but they seen inciired to want some other fellow to do the boostnlg This Is not the Ilrorrsllltlt and such t1 condition is dcploruble let us hope that tines e citizens will toon learn to see this matter In a butter light Those bo were preent nt the meeting seemed Interested and alive to the moment of the occasion The I committee to d llItIIOSedlhlc1Orr near the lIellot hero which could be llUrcbau1I for 200 The railroad cur1lan Irolloocs to fuinkli free tho steel for a twitch If the mill corn pauy will do the baluncw The mill COUIIIJI is said to employ front ten to twenty wtlllnncn regularly Col C 51 Barnett and Mr A C Yeiser were appointed ns a committee to stitch funds to buy the lot for the mill Iol- oeattcn to ho deeded to and awned- Iy tht lfurtfurd Commercial Club which vrill luuse It to the mill ones foi u term of years A committee was alro appointed to Mllell funds to prepare a free dinner for the old soldiers of tl county tho will hold their mast meeting here on the HI of luly next This canraittee Is JfIIllOtC of A C Teis- cr 3 I Harnett urd F L Felix who willrise have eburge of the matter of ndvlrttolrg UIC event It will 1k- a big sffalr and It Iii high time our citizens were pneparing for It The 010 County Fnlr grounds will be secured for tIle purpose end It Iii an- tfcpated tLnd thcvc will Ue all iai- menee crowd present The matter of cleaning up the town In the intent of tianltuUon and also Jn nntlclpntloJ or the visit of Ul0I Lets Get Acquainted crowd from 31adlsonvllle who will arrive here on Thnradny blay 26 was next tnkcn Up I That the town uteds n general clean fag up It least once n year out question After sons discussionI as to date It was agreed that next g Tucsday biny 24 would be u good date und all our citizens ore request I L and1clnI pmfse raid the sldewnlks In front I of sarno Merchants Dud other business uicn are asked to clean up both In front and rear of their placed of busI Jness It should he done for theI gOOd ot all without hesitation delay t I I The rJncJ object of the nigeting- andF one Qf tiemtoistttrportant sub feet dlscuaeed yl as toeeutertuinment I of the people who will come from Madtsonvlllo on a special train pto Hartford on Thursday of next wcok for tho purpose of getting acquainted This delegation will numbs about 160 people and thoro will ht ladles In the b nch They will ar rive here between 11 and 120clpcJc Ill time for dinner The fact that Hartford at present has no hotel operation makes the matter ot furnishing them dinner morn than usually Important Dy letter and also by telephone the leaders of the bind tsonville movement have said thq they do not wish Hartford people t- go to any extra trouble on tUelr account or to feed them tree They slmply say You and your committ furnish us n good dinner under the trees umd we will gladly pay for St bringhn brass band and give you you cm stand Get up aU the pa- thustasm you possiblY can and we will do Le rt This Is kind and 6eaerocs and certalnljl not be l1snppolnted In what expect iartford pople owe It to- I themselves the Interest of their town and the visiting people to entFrtaln the coming crowd In the most hospit able manner We should not show smlo short In any respect After some discussion It was deem ed best to Olll1Olut a committee and 1let then place the dinner job with torne of the ladles of the town MessrsRowan Holbrook and John commltIA reception committee was also ap pointed as follows Mayor James H Williams JUdge R R Wedding Rev Virgil Etgta Capt S K Cox Col C M Barnett Messrs P L Felix C E Smith H P Taylor Ernest Wood- Surrl A Anderson R T Collins W 1 Fair and Heber Matthews Aleg ther the meeting was very ill cet1ng und profitable and happily Jrl wed the spirit of progress find interest In the tow ns affairs which atihles seems lagging jnights of Pythias Entertainment tough River Lodge No 110 with a membership of over ono hundred has done is its sixtEen years exlsroncc lu Hartford n wonderful work In the uniting of OUr young manhood in helping the weak nad distressed and III cheering those In sorrow Its membership has lived very closei to tire tenets of the order frlend- sliip charity and ben VOlcncc und liS they have worked for good to a common humanity the story ot Damon and Pythlas grows sweeter- and brighter That the citizens of Hartford and nil who may desire to attend may more fully appreciate the frterrdahip which bound Damon and Pythlas and became the foundaUau of the cider the lodge has at Its own expenea em- ploed bliss Eva L Dunning of Co lumbus Ohio an Impersonator of role ability tQ render In the Count house Oil Frldy night May 20th the following program lrleaduct onMrs J S Glenn Pant 1 Scene 1 A street In Syra euaa Soldiers rush upon Damon who Is rtcudby Pythlos Scene 2 Da mon sends his wife and child to his villa near Symt use for safety Music Pail II Scene 1 The Senate House ofSyracum The tyrant Dlonyeius L9 elected King Damon Is doomed ro a public death Scene 2 A chamber In Arrias house The wedding day o- CIyihlII and Calanthe Tythlas hastens Damon Muslc Part III Scene L The prison Meal tug of Damon and Pythias Scene 2 PytIIaS lands hotllrsge for Damon Music Pant IV Scene 1 Garden whtois na mOn vlstw his wire and child SCene 2 The exterior of Damons villa Lucultus slays Demons horse to have him Demons rage Paint VScener1 A public place In Syracuse A scaffold The arrival of Damcn In time ro save Py tiles lICe Scene 2 Dionysius pardons Damon r r Private Boarding Rooms and board first for txie dollar per daY for tratrsleuls Home phone 7226 MRS LEA DOWELL 8403rd Are Loulevllle K7- o A CENTERTOWIr I tiny 171tm loAdMnSNashvUc Tenn is here vlafting heLbrohler L PhippstMr Charles Hayus oneot our nec tfon saga a4vs painfully hun last Week while helping tOO move ahand car from tho railroad tract The Mananic Fraternity nlertal led many friends lilt supper night witty which some nice Ivor was lotto In the Masonic hall 1ProC Henry Barnes Bearer Dam was In our community Taut week on- t buslnCSJ- The Withrow HolJnes band is with Us this week and gttdltg to the people excellent talks on christian duty Mr G R Carson vl3di Owens boro this week and took the yhow In Mrs M E Woodward and Mrs N- shortE James are heme again attara visit It relatives In Island The infant of Ererly hshby died Saturday and was buried Sunday at Providence MISl9 Flora Buskin I and EIIJa Stroud or Moorman are visitors of bliss Mamie Rowe Doers Irene Davis Mary Emma Baker and Earl Davis visited In Hart ford last Friday Messrs John Huff and James All good of Acton Ky visited the family of Mr C Overran here Sat urday and Sunday wysox May 18Rev DaTiboo preached aC- 1Vyaos Sunday morning and Vimlng Singing began ail Wyox the 7th mat with Mr Lonnie Sanderfur as teacbPr atlas Mamie Taylor jg vsiting friends and Qelatlvea Ion BmvtrtDaai bliss Minnie Benton returned home Saturday from a visit is Muhlemburg- Mfsses Katie and Iris Elliot spent Saturday nIght with Misses Minnie and Mary Denton Mrs Margamt Tailor was called to the bedside pC her brother Mr Dick Taylor or TtLolltown Thursday returned home Sunday ropontlng him some hotter Mrs Louisa Rock and Mrs Cline Berryman and l1Ae daughter Lillian Louise spent Tuesday with Mts- Hallle Taylor bi and Mrs J N Derr1nJan and faintly spent Saturday night with theIr son Mr Cline Bveymnant A large number or people from thIs place are atending court at Hartford this week They have the telephone llnn run train Wysox to Rockport In Memory of Joe A Barnett Joseph A BaT1lilt was bum Sopt 31871 d No Creek ICy married Oct 27 1895 to Sudie M AI1deIllJI oi the Kl1deltlcok ccmmuniy To thcmlWllS born one child Sylvia Ella liar t- He died at Cluhry Lyn Colo ilay 2nll 1910 It 230 Q m leaving a wife dsugtvWr and slaver In Cola and a mother one sister and two brothlIs in Kentucky Joe was con vetled and united wuth the Metho dial Episcopal church rat No Creek when a boy and traiistericd M3 lI m berahlp w Jefferson Mothodtst church- near Denver Colo whore the gain in pursuit of hotter health with hts faintly five and a half yearn ago Joe was as oarjest true hearted chriotlan- man Ho had known fcr almost R year that the end was not tar off and whiLe he IUfC IFdgreat1YJ the llIIt few mouths lie was very pattmnt- and IJr htemt low weeks of his line he appeaT to be liringc4i a realm u 11te removed from the oat and temporal and his thoughts were of the ritun1 lIe took l notice of earthly things and appeared to he only waking for the call He sat Jun a Jttte while before to endtohLt wire Bridle I hatit4l- eave cu and yivia but it s only a slap Onto Heaven dank cry fro inn and so he passed without a pats or a stmiggle Lu be IIlh GooHI8 oas1 watt covered with wrElatb of tmarS laid where by those who had learned to love him Jn Ms now hams Three weru many frieblda fromvthe- dfferent nelghborhooda whEre tliad lived who were tilt hlstU1iii gtJbO were his moth rer3tr EUenBaml add surer MrgrBic- Idndl a y ot Jlverm KY pnielbke- ralfxr M Dl 9folenn or t M II 0 wood Cqlo and her husband Verge Steygns formerly of thg Kinderhdok neighborhood Jn Ky Hmsmtd Ellis and Wife B H1I1M1d wife Mr and lrsTrogdellland Jale Taylor the st sunned a tins UlaIwas not frienda The pastor churchkRev J W Mahood with his chioe ass- lstEd lIt the funeral semoes which was conducted by the wnPtcr a boyhood frIend of the deceased The text w8a from Job 147 10 His reo- madmr were enterrcd JIll the crown Hill Cemetery Denver Colo a- beaptiful place for otM decd body to sleep while his soul lives on looJth God Rest ton the wtury Frere to the soul ROBERT P CARSON Denver cob RENDER May 18Scott Millard and John EngJioby left tar IAntbt lad last Wednesday where they have gone to work Earl Stovenscsi had his leg broken im the William Alines last Wedneu lay by trying to put on a car rwh1ch Was oU the track Drs Innus 1lDd Smtih were the attendIng physicians Stevenson to now geltlnc hlong atciy Ways Sptnks Hoton was here Friday Guy StJtcler was In Beaver loam Friday lJeslle Taylor Beaver Dam was hero Saturday rMrs Belle Parsons and saw IJc- eEI Sunday In Owenabaro R N Allen Beaver watt hero Sun dayMrs I J L Tate Rockport was hem Sunday the guest of her pa- rentfr and lIrs Goo Burton- Mr and Mtn C L Mycra spent- Sunday in Beaver Dim Mtss NatO e Millard Was In B tsver Dam yesterday Mr and Mrs wm Moore went to Hillside yesterday ViLas Poel9 Beaver Dam wan herr- lpoterday Me are Joe Smtth and Ed Htm and Simon Stephens went o Louisville today To take In the ragas Rev NC Robinson will preach at Schrcadtrs School hcuseun Saturday before tho fourth Sunday and too ol1owh1lg Sunday In an alldJY moet lDg Killed In Mines Ray Hamilton and Pete Baker mor wrmall and assistant afro killed In Luzerno mines near Greenville last Monday morning about ten oclock by falling slate Mr Hamilton who wa3 in his twentysecond year and single was he oldest sOn of Mrs Jennie Hamilton a sister of Mr W 0 Duncan President or the W G Duncan Coal Co and a nephew of MrA F L Felix Hartford Mr Baker was In iris twentythlrd year and loaves Ii young wife MrHamiltona father Wallace Ham Ilton was killed lty the accidental dl charge of n gun about fourteen vcnrs ago while on a hun ing trip In New Mexico SMALLHOUS Roy R D Bennett and wife of Hanford were guests Q Mr Glild- Mm Jan Bennett Saturday night and and Mr Bill Addington Sunday bir T R Barnard and wife Haul ford were iii our mtdd from SMI urday until Monday the guests relatives Born Sunday mornhlg May 16 to Mr and Mra John Morton an eight pound boy William Morton Dr J L Smith OeMe1fown arotonddug Mr Bill RUe TJcbonor dcd btay 10th and on the following day abter funeral services by Rev 0P Wliawr- eooeho trWI laid to rest in Equaltty Cometieryedfeaana J C Drale4 JMoo Barnard apple KllUng Jess Kirtley and Bon Ro9 nVendrid thelburial eenWew- of Mr Wm ROOOI1teoD nit Moorman- Sunday bir Robert HurAQr wits a guest lhM aiatei a Mrs p 1 Wood and 1II1aJ Maggie Hunsrj Oemlro Sunday f MT1 Miedea Mary ahd Ethel Bar tIt MF Q 4 Hasid Ha1tford ureguests of their grandparena Mr ttand Mrs m- Mobon LittoMBsiMary Anderson woo lass also a guest at 1ln Moatona has returned home Mrr and Mrs Owen Hunterr and IYOU Ubtle eon Thomas Taylor Hartford- are guests or their parents Mr ttpd Mrs Sotll Humtr BIt this writing Mr 0 WOverhuls and Lewi- sFulkesal attended the MlUronlc supper Bit OcntertawnS3Iturday may prefer gray orl x r or blue for your suit you may like a stripe better th0n + a plaid or a club check or better than a plain color It sail tiet I same to us Here areH- ART SGHAFFNER X MARXc Clothes in all the new colors and weaves something to suit every taste and the styles are smart snappy and full of go Specialmodels for youngmen Suits 18 to30 This store is the homeof Hart I Schaffner tMarx clothes r Barnes Special Sujts8 10 and 15 ri King Quality ORfords for Men 350 4 and 5- Ferguson l I McKinneyShi rts50c 1 and 150 y brandHats 1 P Barnes Bros EAV R DAM- t KY t JJcq a ff H