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It j- j r A J Jf m I attfrbJ ftqublicanr- t FineJob Work DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OF ALL TNT PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year Vii VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 24 1910 No49 ROOSEVELT ARRIVES SOME Honored by Great Recep tion in New York n Former President Remains Re ticent and Will Discuss Politics Later New York June 18COl Theodora Koosovelt on his arrival home today wBtar en absence of fifteen months received a rousing welcome He bore with tin usual ibuojtaEte a day of KIigaYyf fatigue jnibUlic duties and prl emotlona commingled and at 440 oclock this tafteraoon after a family reunfoni at the MIme bfTher oa Butler grandfather of his pros aptlve daughferJnlaiw atfca Eleanor EtoUter Alexanider left tore city he had Burveyed the same anorcng from Moat reviewed In parade ashore and heated by explicit word of mouth to bo welcomed more dntfanatdy by his Itftelone neighboTis at Oyster Bay L I tonight Tomorrow he will rest That the entlhuslastilc wielecme glv em trim by his own couutirjinieniipl eas ed him far more than nay recaptilon however unasnltkerit In his tour of Europe was evident by words and exprcEslon las his Ctriiff address he mom I have been a year and a quaifcer tram America and I have seen dmnge and Interertlng things alike An the heart of the frowning wilder aoaa and tn tihe cajpitatts of the might iest and most highly polishes of dvl aft dnations I have thoroujMy enjoyed myselfI amL now I am more glad that racy to get home to be back in my jL owacouciSry back aantog tto ipcople tlove and ready and eager ito do my t1tso far as I am able In helping tolve the problems which must be solved if wo of this greatest democracy upon which the sun has ever asbawn are to see Its dtstlna vise to the high level of our hopes and Its opportunities As a private citizen he was the aaane outspoken vigorous nan cf words and dead that the city of his birth has known for thirty yoana as Oi39embl inian police commissioner as ribtant secndtory of the navy colonel ot the rough riders gov Nor of the sate vice ipresldnet and president at the nation and more latterly am bassador to the Jungle and monitor to those who slt In the seats of the mistily He had an expansive smile for oTOrybody u cheery word for the bays ibis old friends tho newspaper men a pit anecdote for the ipcflitl clans especial greetings of affection far hia old command the rough riders a quick eye for absolutely everything l Ljnman Abbott he called partner J Jacob flits was plain Jake Assam blyman Paradise Jimmy Oliver waa eroeted by his nickname Senator Thomas Grady his old antagonist In ate politics he rallied expertly rrd so he wow down the line Roosevelt good luck atlll follow iod hlm Though hot and sultry the Tveathor held fair until marine parade toe exercises at the Bat ry and tlte mwjich up Broadway and Fiflth evenue to Central Park hind been carried through with punctuality and prscl ion Then lit rained great guns A torrential thunder shower accompan tOO by a high wind that did much damage swept suddenly dawn on the bctmewattlbound visitors but cleared again Shortly before 5 oclock In iplen tjr of time to glw hla eager fellow = oltiaens of Long Island a gad chance to see him standing on the rcar ltir font of Ms apecdal train as ho 1wav bd thorn a welcome lInn gEm raUon the n atom reviem eogtl13t welocantB tjtfe ort3it- 9t of todnyCon Orah oli Soon pmn soo after hts tiliumpliiail itour of this world follojflling th espitaftloifi pri11si two terms as presKtent to Admlittl Dewey on his retuinCro n the the otsrtiuiie of the PhHldippin s and tot yflUiani Jennings Bryan ftflao afHor a tour of the world The welcome to Grant was Ithe most tusnnlUiaus that to Dewey the most dWbcaitie nuM aloitely ibut the welt otnV to RocceveL today was riha- iIteousbtr with a dnamatSo e edsaocy li1 t 81slonturn tram Elba Gi0ct on his return was etlll a po litical peesClbiifcty but as events prov ed foredoomed to defeat Aimlnal Dewey was a hero not a rational leader Bryan prominent as hia pant hod been before the people had rower been intrusted by them with executtTO respondblllty Rocosvit had been Ecraothlmg ol all ttiizsa all thcuie men had been tate mon and Midler and sailer too Bonn In the East he had made an es petfial friend oothe Nest Therefore tats welcome today brought men from I al pamtB of the country Therefore it was niitlacal The first zeal of public curiosity KutorKed speculation now furrB on wthtvt thane Rocacveht will take in an acute political situation within his own party of Which he had alrelady been advised abroad by old associates who had warned Mm tidings But on thai score speculation mutit rest un satisfied Tho colonel had positively declared Ws Intentions by wireless the night bolero I tihali have nothing whatever to say In the immediate future about poll tics and he kept his word lit was the policy he had announced on his departure for Europe he bad reiierated on his return to clvlllza Monnnd to which he had steadfast ly adhered In all his addresses be fore the learned Boolerles and uni versities cf Great Britain and the Continent Thereforetbore was noth ing in the only speech he made here today that could be construed as applying specifically to this or that phase of Immediate state or nation al Isirue That he will be Importuned romIpalgnion but by bis own declartatlon he will not ocfinmlt himself to any ex pression of opdnlpn pntll he has ac quainted himself at first hand after iotig conferences whit tfliOae best In formed of met Craw the palWical lard shapes ttsalf- GREEN RIVER TOBACCO ASSOCIATION Will Meet in Regular Session at Hawesville Thursday July 7 Notice Is hereby given that the thud quarterly wetting of the Green River Diistrict Tobacco Growers union A S of Ewlll convene 111 Hawesville at 9 oclock nm on Thursday July 7 We have been In formed that the Hancock county un ion Is making preparaTJoo to moot a largo delegaton from not only Hancock but from the coucites of Davies Ohio McLuan BreckenTttdge and Southern Indiana In tact a whole week will be devoted in Han cock to a great revival just bdfore this district meeting la to convene and In view of the great Inrporrtance of this coming convention we earn estly request that all locail unions In the district caU a special meeting nrd select a full quota of deDcsiatea for thus m etfng Then when this la done 10 aU who can also attend und make this the greatest meetlag yet hold In ice history of the organiza tion + Besides the regular business twoltpeukessmember tha In addition to one del egaid treat each local union that all members of the executive boarda from the aovreal counties are also members and should attend besides caters as provided for Rerriomber the date and haw the meeting of your local Let us nil get toady and be ou htind in due time Respectfully J R WELLER Prosj SyB ROBE TSONSCC irfc rt i 11 a TallyMagruder Karl B Tally janenBlnten sand Miss JUlaRyMa5irjudor Jctii oJ LoulsvlJJe were warded by OharKs S Hays In JerforSomvUle J Saturday mligfct Juno ltl The brIdegroom 4s a native of Ohio county Ky and la nvenftyJthree years old He lj a eon of Charles H Tally a concrete foreman who lives In Louis Vile Tito uri de waa born 4n Louisville and will be nineteen yearns old next October Her father is Eroklel Magrudr a nighii watchman I M vtlalY ATTORNEYS BELIEVE COUNTY WILL WIN In U S Circuit of Appeals Case Iof A B Beard Against It Mr E M Woodward wad County At homey C B Smith returned the tatter port of lad week from Cincinnati Ohio where they had been to the cue of A B Beard against chib County representing the county la the litigation They report that the IndioaiUonB ore quite favorable for a deolalch In favor ol he county They base ticUr opinion on tho manner of questions which arose asked attorneys representing the tiwo litigants From these It seemed ttuparwnit that toa three Judges com posing the Court ore Inclined to the theory advanced by tine county The court will convene again In July nt which time Qn opinion In the cose will ipiObably be handed UbWIlo All the apicitona of Circuit Court of Appeals are like the Kentucky Court of Aippeala pubHstcd In a series of reports The son31ot the court was Judgo Worrtnigilon of Cincinnati who succeeded Judge W H Taft when he retired from the bench wveral years ago to accepit the goverccisihip of the Philippine Islands Judge Knaippon of Grand Rapids Michigan and Judge Jlc Call of MemphisTennessee The court heard the case In a very painstaking and paiiknt manner and was before the close of the four hours argument allotted thereto thoroughly fanrtUaT with all of the points raked In the ease It 3s not definitely known what fur ther stops will be Itaken In the mat ter it an opinion unfavorably to the county Is rendered but It Is quite probable that the case will be canrJod to the United Stfctrea Supreme Court Attorneys representing the county as well as the officials thtrebf are doubtless Imbued wh the justness of their contention and will no doubt fight the case through nil tiie courts School Notes There were 26 applicants for certl floaters at the examination held at FcirdsviHe last Friday and Saturday There were eight flrstclata eleven second class and two third class cer titteartes granted the other five liar lag failed Miss Birdie Mao NabOr of near Narrows made the best aver age 90 511 per cert Mr A R Ross who began teachlm In 1873 attended the examination and made an average ot 87 per cent Mr Ross has not taught for several years but as his grade shows he Is etlli very much olive to the educaiona 1 Interests of the day The State meeting of the K E Ala in session at Henderson this week Prof Drown Prof iMason and others of the county are In attendance After tho 4th of July the Superln tendent will be away from his oftyke most of the time looking after the building and repairing of school houses Anyone havlcij business iwllh into should call on Saturdays It ds very earneeMy desired that the PUblic faki notice to the above etsitemetli as 1 t will save trouble bcflh Maya At the regular examination to beheld July IBtih and ICth Haatttard a conipetatlve examination will be held for all those seeking an appoln imeni to the State University at Losing tonThe contract for building Ihe aahool house In division 2 subdistrict 11 will be let on July 2nd HENRY LEACH S C S Among the Lodges Eastern Star Chapter will have degree work nit thesetgtiler rneoig next Monday and every member is urged to be present r to j Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M held Its regular session Jug Monday evening but only business mW1 t were attended ito Hwo now patjitidns were received S Rough River Lodge No 110Kor- P had a good attendance Tuesday evening land coniferireid the Page rank on two candldattb Work 4n the Rank of Esquhe will be put on next Tuesday evening acid every marabcr Is urged to to present I J nr ns6s LtM HUNDREDS ATTENDING THE CONVENTION or Of the Kentucky Educational As sociation at Henderson Prominent Educators Henderson Ky June 21Seven hundred troches and delegates were present at the opening of the thJrCy oninth annual meeting of the Ken tucky Education association today ini the Park theater The days progrtimo was opened by ihe rendition of a song of welcome by toe pupils of tho high school The Invocaition was by tho Rev James A Chandler of the First MethodW dhuroh President T C Cherry then itilroduwd the Hon N Powell Taylor who welcomed the teachers In a most cordial and eloquent mariner This was responded toby President Cherry State Superintendent Eliswonih Regenstelu delivered ait address at otlhIemorning session mon tile prominent delegates present are Prof E H Markof Lou tevllle A Carnegie of Paducah Dr J C Crabbe of Richmond Dr R H Crossfleld of Transylvania Uzjlveriity Lexington McHeary Rhoads of Owensboro Barbdale Hamlet of HopWnbvlUe Hurddn Lu cas of IxjulHvllle John J Tlgen of Wfaeau Colloge WinchetTxtr and A C Benton of Mayfleld The Womans club will give a re ception to the visiting teachers to morrow afternoon F J 0 KIMBLEY KILLED BY TRAIN Last Tuesday Night on the L N Railroad in a Man ner Unknown J 0 Kimbley a most estimable highly respected gentleman wai killed Tuesday night on the L and N rutl road In some manner Just now un known He had boon on a buslineus trop to Ceralvo In Ohio county and coming to Central City on the nocom modation train that reaches hero at 930 p m It is supposed that know ing theM Would be no train till morn ing he started to walk Itobls home In Bevler H s body was found on the track in sight of his home wroth a 5 Inch wound In the back of the Ihead Che left loot and the right had crush ed off There was no evidence of a robbery as all his nionye was found in his pockets As he was rtnlctly a temperate man never using liquor In any form dt is thought that ho must have beon overtaken by the freight and never noticed by the train crow In the darkness as they did celt know a man was killed until their return trip from Russellvillc when on emm inn tg the engine It s said a lock of hair slmlar in color to Mr Kimbleya was found on The axle of the wheels Mr Kimbley was fiftyseven years old and leaves a wife and four grown sees His trugicaJ death Is greatly regret ted by his many friends The funeral occurred at the Corulvo burying ground the old home of Mr Kimbley Muhlonburg Sentine- lFelixLikens I Mr Thomas Likens and Mrs Stella Felix were married at the home of the bride thotwentyflret of this month Rev R E Balky of Sulphur Springs officiating iJlr Likens Is a prominent citizen of Hartford Ky and Is a son of Mr and Mrs J H Likens of East Hart ford The bride is an attractive lady and Is a daughter of Mr Will F Ac ton of Sulphur Spuing Tho marriage eras n veryaulet one Ho attendance bding only n few relatives and fr1endi Immediatoly after tho cere mony the ibrtldo and groom were nc- conhdhhnFCI to Louisville by the brides brotdier ir A C Acton fThey will spend a low days those Ithen will re turn to Ohelr home In Hartford Their many friends wisih them suc roes and happiness Notice- I will buy scrapIron and junk of all kinds ftt- tanjr t1meW E Emss The Produce Man GONfiRESSNEAR END Adjournment Expected by July 25 at Fartherest Much Interest in the Appoint ment of Successor of Jus tice Moody Washington D C June 20Qn greoB at Washington la expediting work with a view to an early adjourn ment which It Is thought by some will take place on Saturday the 23rtih lust but which others rhlnk will not occur much beforo the 2nd or 3rd of July After three months of under laity as to its fate the bill admitting the territories of Arizona and New Mexico to statehood waa taken up by tlie Senate on Thursday and pass ed after a brief debase of not more than two hours and thus two more large territories are added to what Is called to the Sisterhood of States All the speeches were favorable to the creation cf the two sate but the Democrats cf the Sere favor ed the House bill As passed the bill provides for the admission as states of the two territories after a consti tUItion hue been adopted by each of them which constitution must be approved by the President and ratified by Congross There will be wild rejoicing In Arizona and New Mexico for only a few days ago hope of achieving statehood during the pres eat session of Congress had been given up After the adjournment of Congress there will be prompt departure from Washington of the members cf the Cabinet and other officers loon cooled with the civil military and naval services of the government The Secretary of War left Washington last night for a trip around the world Ho will visit the Philippines Russia Si borla Chna and Europe sailing ou June 28 by the Pacific Mall Steamship line He Is accompanied by his wife and son Brigader General Ed wards who has charge of the Bureau of Insular Affairs with Mrs Edwards and their daughter will accompany the War Secretary Gen Edwards has often made the trip on two occasions accompanying President Taftwto was ar that time Secretary of War Tho President and Mrs Taft will go to their New England home The am barsadora and other representatives of foreign countries will disperse to the seashore and mountain resorts and the capital will see them no more until the middle of September or ftrst of October It Is believed In official circles that Secretary of State Knox will welcome the opportunity to depart from na tional diplomatic life afforded by the nomination for governor of Pennsylvania which he Is likely ito receive It Is suspected Shot Mr Knox finds a diplomatic life but little to his ilk ing Prior to his coning to Wasting ton during McKlnleys first adminis tration his experience had been on tirely provincial and local rId it Is probable tbtut social and diplomatic relations 4argely with tepresentalives- of other government who know English very Imperfectly the Becrntary himself Udng confined to his vernacular make his duties doubly oner ous Much interest Is experienced In you Meal and local circles with reference o the appointment of a Justice of the Supreme Court to succeed Justice Moody who It Is 1nuar aldwlU probably never be able to resume Jibs duties on the Supreme Bench A bill has ben ititrcduced in Congress to pension him It ii cspected ithi Pros idtint Taft will be under the necessi ty cf appointing his successor and In case he data 4t will ba tke third Jus tlco ot tjhe hlsiieat count In the coun try that ho has appointed during tiro first fifteen anorjilfa of his ipresliiemcy It Is very protable r holt before the end taay be called upon to- appoittlllil other Justices of the Supreme Court because at least two of those on the hermit are very near the age of suporanU3i1on The Senate is rapidly disposing of the measures originally preposed in the message of President Matt Tho conservation bill was put upOn fts fi ail passage early this week and oa Thursday the railway bill was dispos od of On SaTurday the postal savings bank bill was under consideration and the final vote was takne before the day ended There will be next week a motion to mko the Appalachian Ft Reserve the special order of business In the Senute There is a plan for building a number of large department buildings In Washln ron Involving an outlay of at lend thir teen millions of dollars which It Is exipeoed will be launched at Ltia session of Congress Tho ground haa itlready been purchased and R new State bulldlrg a new Commerce and Labor building it ds thought will be begun and completed in thk next our or five yent- aBallinger Acquittal is Expected Saturday Wiishington June 21When the BallingOT lirve Igating commtaear moos next Saturday II will take a vote as ro the decision to be rendered and adjourn until late In the summer when Its opinions will be made public Tho meeting next Saturday will ba perfunctory the vote will be seven to five in favor of Ballinger It is now stated that Representative Graham Dem IU will write the minority opinion Either Senator Sutharland Rep Utah or Representative Olm stead Rep Pa will write the opin ion of the seven majority members and Representative Madison Rep Kan an Insurgent will hand lit a separate opinion against Balllngtr TIle three opinions are to be flied before the election this fall T LYON COUNTYWOMAN ASSAULTED Authorities Searching for Un known Assailant of Mrs Kennedy EddyvlUe Ky June 21News haa reached hero that two unidentified whine men had assaulted Mrs Kenne dy a widow living at the Tennessee Rolling Mills this county and left her lying In her front yard unconscious County JudgeT P Guy County Attorney J S Hodges and Marshall W P McCollum of Kuttawn left here immediately for the scene of the crimeAlthough very nervous Mrs Ken ned was able to talk and sated that she did cot know the two men who assaulted her but that they were whit o men She stated that the two mom camie to her home about 1 oclock the night before and walked in upon the porch She was lying awake she says thinking about her sick daughter and when she heard the footCeps upon the porch she thought it was her son inlaw coming fer her and she gelt up and opened the door before anyularm was given The men seized her and dragged her into the yard thrcaivitUrKg to kill her If she made any noise She furred and remembered nothing more she says until her daughter who was sleeping In another loom heard groans near the front dqpr and wed to In vesiUgaite finding her sorer pros trated and unconscious upon tihe groundOfficers and ninny others of the nelghbdrihccd began a search for the assailants A morn was arrosl ed uw the scene anti dodged m ja1 l here Two other men were wliih him wtien the oCflceru discovered ahem but they made their escape The prfcs onus claims that he did not know tho men who run that die was ixissInK through the country and just haipipen ed to be In rholr company when Oho officer came upon chem Several shots were face at Uie two men as- they fled Crest excitement prevails and a posse is scouring the country for the men who cotunilittvd the cftm There is doubt as to the guilt cf tine man now in Jail but theelow Is ba lwINotice The A S of a Stock Committed will make a shipment of stock Monday June 27th Those having stock to ship will please notify the com mittee SILAS STEVENS JOHN M SHULTZ LB TICHENOR CommItteeI s F 15tIF i Ei F Ii t1 1 1 r Ii f 1 a SALE j I The Profit Removed in Order to Give Usa Big Advertisement for Our New Store 10000 Worth of theBest DryGoodsOFFERED AT ASTONXSBXNGLY LOW PBJOES SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY JUNE 25Store will be closed all day Friday June 24 in order to mark down our many lines We will soon be in our new quarters on Main street Hartford next door to the Bank of Hartford and second door from the Post Office which we have leased for a term of years and where we will be splendidly prepared to cater to the Dry Goods trade In order to advertise our new store and save the trouble and possible damage of moving we are going to offer our entire stock at prices right down to the cost mark This is no fake but an honest statement The goods and the prices will show for themselves We intend to maintain our reputation for honesty and square dealing and we could not afford to start out in our new quarters on false pretenses We think we have rather surprised the public with the high qualities of goods we carry in all lines and the low prices at which we sell them and we shall keep the surprise going on We are not making much money on sales hut we are selling lots of goods to make up for that We want to establish our business among you and we know we cant do it unless we sell goods The prices below ought to tell the tale better than mere statements They not only show the very profitlevel figure at which we will sell goods hut you get a glimpse at the wide range of the different lines we carry If YOU need goods this sale is worth dollars to you Let us supply you and allow you to keep the profit Dress Goods ILI beat quality Serge all colors nc 100 and 15 best quality light weIght S9e 50c Rod 75c best quallty all col urs 43c SILKS IU5 and 1M best quaUtyuS9c- Oc and ifc best quallty39cMERCERIZED POPLINS iQc plain and figured all colora22c19c ic In white WHITE WAIST GOODS 20 best quality plain and figured lic LINENS- 50o pure Irish extra wide5c3- 9c pure IrIsh extra wide21cO- c Pure Irish extra widelOc- 2c plain and figured13c1ER- SIAN LA11NS- 5c best quallly extra wide 17c- Sac bort quality extra wide 13c- Hie best quality extra wide8cLA- WNS 3c boot quality all colors12 i c lc bust quality all colors 8yc- 7e bcvt quality all colors4cGIN- GIIANS AND MADRAS lFc hest quality all colors10c 12c Wfit quality all colors8cI- Uc Aprou Ginghams nil colors5 c CIIAMBItAS- 12c bolt quality all colors8cSA- TEEN 23a Bust quality all colors 12rc- KIMONA CREPE lc boot quality nil colors Hc Sit ItTINGS le best quality u41 colors extra wide 9c- 1Oc hint quality nil colors e- xtrawldu6c Bleached and Unbleached Sheeting 30c best quality 2Yz yards wide 21c BEST BLEACH 1c best qualitytic12- c best quallty8c10-e best qualityCcfioo- sler Drown 7rc best quality 51fzc Calicoes Best SImpson and American print 4rtc Table Oil Cloth 2iic best quality all colors16c- Table linen iiOc and i5e best quality39c2- 5c best quality19cLINEN 12z best quality89c75- c best quality 38c TOWLIG 15 best quality1OclO- c boot quality7ci-s best quality4cCounterpanes 3 50 Lest quality extra WIde lt8160 best quality extra wide98c Mattings 30c best quality all colors21c2- 0c best quality nil colonlllc ReadyMade Dress Skirts iOO best quality Panama all col ors 419 450 best quality black all eel ors 248 White and Black Under skirts 450 best Heather blouse black148 175 best quality black and whIte 98e Gloves 125 best quality KId different colors Sge- JOO best quality Silk different wlors 400- 50e best quality different colors23c2- 3c best quality different colors20e Belts iiOc best quality aU colors23c2- 5e best quality nIl colors14c- Dress Shields 25c good quality12c9c20c good Corsets 150 and 200 best American and C D89100 J S69cCO-t Directoire39cLadies 5Oc and 75c Silk In black41c5- 5c lace and Solid21clO-c Solid 7e Lace Curtains 300 best 148 200 best quality93c15- c best quality 480- 124c best quality84clO- c best quality 5e ladies and Childrens Shoes 350 and 400 Patent 2 strap Pumps 225 300 Patent 2 strap Pumps 1l8- 1ili Children Patent and Kid sizes 13 to 2x 1 8- U50 Chl1drens Oxfords from 8 to 12123Childr-ensSandals beet83c Mens Shoes too best Patent Leather300J50 Qua Metal 275 300 Heavy Shoes 225 250 Heavy Shoes 138 Mens Hats too best quality Derby29S250 best quality Derby139260 best quality Straw143150 best quality Straw98c- Mens Shirts 160 best quality 8ge 150 best quality Pongee 89c 75c best quality Pongee39c7- 5c best puallty whtte3ftc Neckties We best qualIty 390- 50c best quality 11e- 2iie best quality 1i Mens Half Hose 25e bit quality19c15-c best quality 8e Best Cotton Socks 4 pairs23c- Suit Cases UOO best quality 9Sc 750 best quality Hand Bags38c Mens Full Suits 2500 best quality Blue Serge I3WS- JIiOO best quality all colors 1000- J200 best quality all colors750 1000 best quality all colors 600 Coats and Vests 800 best quality all colors450iOO best quality aU colors 400 500 best quality all colors350O- dd Coats all sizes and prices Pants 500 best quality aU colors375350 best quality Blue Serge 250 375 best quality light weight 275 150 best quality9ScBoys 750 best quality Blue Serge 4098- rioo best quality all colors350 225 best quality aU tolors150 Boys Knee Pants 125 best quality all colors9Oe7- 5c best quality all colors38c Mens Overalls and Jackets 125 best qurllty Tiger Brand90c 110 best quality 8te- 50e best quality 38c Men and ladies Um brellas 300 best quality 19I150 best quality 91e 100 best quality3Fc IsEven with this whole page we were compelled to mark out many articles which we had written and which we have in stockin order towithin this space Come and let us show you You will get no better treatment anywhere and we will not allow to be come you dissatisfiedcan help it In fact that is our motto The store that satisfies and we intend to make it good right straight along Please remember if we the occasion and our earnest lotwithbors and come to the great sale commencing Saturday June 25 your neigh THIS SALE FOR CASH ONLY NO GOODS CHARGED Yourt for butinecsand for more than your rrlorteys vortbE LATTSdTHE aTORE THAT a TZSFZES HARTFORD KENTUCKY f r oM if c rG li n aarx2 th + a r v dyxl i s J HANCOCKOUNTY VOTES DRY- Temperance e =Forces Win by Mil jorltYQi Over Eight Hngdree t HawsUe Ky Juno J6The- i temperate people won a great vie th9As everyprodnet0 majOt1tles over the vote 01 44altour yeaaa ago when the drys won by a majorIty of 386 Their jorlty today is slightly over 800 an the total vote was about 200 momo Ulan four years ago The wes made a desrerate eoffOt to wIn ImportIng two strong speak ems ot tM National Yodel IAcons- league e and holding meetings In ever yam of the county In this way the temperance People were thoroughly aroused and they desert 00 work and Qrps and voted early Throefourths of the vote cast was past before 11 0 m The tnost per feet order was observed at al the polling iiaees and rlhere was no sign wlntover of drunkenness the vote having pitchEd their campaign tills time on an intellectual plane 7t- a teems howeyar that this vIanI an- their d platforms did not prove sue oeasfulThe citizens have been VPrrY indig nant over the attempt or SOme one to nullify the election In four or the Strongest dry precincts by brook rink Into the court house and dotaclng many or the ballots Intended for those precincts and they quIckly Uubscribod a reward ot 200 for the art rest and conviction or the cupnllt Saved Fron Awful Death How an appalling calamity In ills family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R F D No8 My sister Brad consumption he Writes she was very this and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day Iall romedlos failed tin Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so com pletely cured her that she has not been troubled wlbh a cough sInce Its the best medicine I ever raw D- rfPeard ot For coughsoolds lagrippe- nshma croup hemorrhageall bron chial troubles it has no equal 5Oc 100 TrIal bottle tree Guaranteed by all druggists m MANDA Mr Editor and readers of The Ro- PubUcanAs the clouds lave pawed away And Woe are permitted to enjoy the sunshine or Heaven and every living thing seems to W happy we- tan hear the sweet songs iit the birds as they perch upon the trees we ma- tlne they to are enjoying the bless ed sunshine even the rattle and other animals seem to be happy The flowers and grass look proud the grow Ing crops and gardens have put on a different suit and appear altogether different Farmers aTe rejoicing over prospects or another crop and Oven the smallest Insects seem to be more alive So there seems to be nothing more beautiful than a June morning like this Burt to look back In tire past few weeks or gloom and rain how we are made to rejoice when we hear the songs of birds and the lfum ot the bees and time merry plow boy as he goes to and front the fields to till the soil Even the smiles ot tlio 1country girls seem to be sweeter when out lit their flower gardens and see them Putting on new life It seems that everything Is rejoicing ov er the sunshine B H STEWART Fine Land for Sale We have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one and a ball to two miles ot Hartford part of It with timber Also about 75 ficN80f upland belonging to the same trot Perris easy Apply et once to Barnett Smith Hanbftmd Ky tt A Woman to be Pittied Mrs Hasty Green Is known as the richest Woman In the world Whetker this ks true or not it Is trove that steel Js very weaLthy and that tthe unknOWl number for million 1u posefeS have been accumulated through the exer else of her own financial skill She Was never a poor woman as ordinary tolk estimate poverty for shit inher ted a large estatofrcnn her father but the hat always lived as if she were Instead of following the normal life content with the lacome of the halt mllUoni or so or her inheritemce ehe preferred to deprive herself and her h famlly of the comforts and ndanta r ges that wealth orders and also of the broader outlook on life that rlchee properly used enable one to obtain Alt this deprlvaitlonas for the sake- otacoumuiatinga larger fortune t r great n- qtaJtJ anlllt 113 a jaletruchto O yj td r Farmers should eat more oatmeal Althotigh the farmer of today lIable to buy almost anything he wants to wear or tt eat enough attention to food values wren it cornea to his own table lfhe has been watching the extensive researches and experiments on the question of the best human for muscle brain he will heed the advice from all sides toTeat more Quaker Oats IQuaker Oats is mentioned because it rs recognized in this country and as the best of all oatmeals- Feedang farm hapds on Quaker Oats means more work out of them than If you feed them on anything else For hot climates it is packed in siredbe deEfrooin d lay wtwlt money rmronit more than It over meant In the worM before and Mus Green is to be crlillclsro for putting It to use She had asmoch rolgMto cultivate andex- erolse her gift for moneymaktngas 1f- U were n gift that would have made ot her a great singer or artist or writer Time thlr for which rho It to be crlblclsetlvr whIch rather sheds to be pit idIs that she chose to secrifice aU other domrable things In lire to this one pirroult She bent aU her energies to the gaining ot money and more money and develop ed such a love for the dollar that she grudged the vpendfng of every one she was forced to part with She is a woman of Intelligence and might have round pleasure in the society of cultivated mien and women but she lived iu a way that cut her oft from also claLon with such people she woe born to the ways or refinement but her later surroundilygs leave been sordid and her manner ot life beggarly It she had denied herself ihat she might apply her wealth to great uses another face would be Put on the mat ter but she saved simply because the dollar had become tile great thing In life to her she worshiped the money for what it waS not for what it could do She lost sight or real values and became avaricious penurious grasping The other day she appeared Inl count tJ fight the payment of an honest debt of a few hundred dollars fekbio broken mentally as well as phys9ca11y childish In her wrath over the demand made upon her Glre ruling sight Her career has been a remarkable one n that she has offered a striking proof or what n woman may do ht a field little known to women and an example on the other hand of what a woman ought not to do Mrs Green has had a great opportunity but has seen only ore phase or It beIng held to the fact that money is a means not an- end It Is a pltIndlacIpolls lad I Star Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made An Arrangemet wltl the publishers of the Inland Farmer or Louisville whereby we aro enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper ono year for 160 The Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour nal and ono of the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer U Future Vegetarianism Prof A Woelkor alter an examination of the geographical and oeon omlc conditions of the problem an nouncce his conclusion ifiat time fu ture meat will become too expensive for ordinary food and that man must eventually derive pracscially all hW sustenance from the vegetable king loin Bat ho believes that there W111 be no lack or food on that account xcQUtia the atIJIlKalUon of scientific methods appears to bo capable of In crensing tile ll1oductiveness ot MIe ag rlculturnl lands ot the globe to an aLnlo3t unlimited extent He thinks the successful substitution Of any mannfadurc product for vegetable load Is ewremely improbable because Illant life Is capable ot utilizing soar energy much more ecomomltrally than any machine r Chliaren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA They All Do Whoa he finished his freshman year hp thought that he would begin as Gar down on the commercial ladder as first vice president lor he knew that by hard work and tuppllcatlon he could fight his iv my to the topmost rung When his sophomore year was over he believed that It would be really the beta for him to go In as Western fieldmanager A taste ot the West would do him good anyhow When he had completed the junior year he decided that he wOuld be content to accept the p sLtlon of chief clerk ae a future pr0sldent should know all the details of Ids lbuslneas When ls degree was gIven him he went and applied for a job just ae anybody else wouldPptok 16DVPATT HSON IS RENOMINATED Resolutions are Adopted Con demning the Prohibition Law of the State Nashville Tenn June 17Govern fIt Malcolm R Patterson was renominated tor Governor try the State Dam ooratlc convention here last night Denton McMlnan was nominated for United States Senator The Independence or antiadmin- kltratlon Democrats have put I judicial ticket In the field and it ls- expected that candidates for other oftloes will announce shortly Senator James B Frazier Who refused to enter the pldmariy ordered bytM state eommdteehas not an flounced whether or not he will run f1B nn Independent The resolutions condrmn the pro I1dblt1on law and declared for an amendment Wherein It attects Nashville Chattanooga Memphis and LaFollette and fuJtlvcr Pledge the Deniocraclc paTty to the restoration to the poople of tine communl- Me the right to control their owu local nfailr3 as they existed prldr to the passage ot the measure They declare unreservedly agalnet the un reetrictod liquor trafdc and favor the enactment of laws strlaJy rQgU- IIalIng and controlling the traffic e Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Monteagle BIble School July 1525 1910 Monteagle Sunday School Intlt- ute July 28 August 15 1910 Dates ot sale Juno 30 July 11516222329 30 and August 12 1910 final return September 5th 1910 Fare for round trip 700 7 JEWILLIAIS Agt Beaver Dam Ky r Man Was Armed Who Wanted to See President Taft Washington June 18A muscular man over six feet In heightiwlth bla1 hair and heavy black musaebc called at the executive offices ot the WMte House Thursday and asked to seethe President lie was immediately recognized as the came mum who vlsitod the executive mansion June 17 ot last year and when arrested at that time had two pistols In lids p0E3rieSSdonTaken cuatody again Thurstlljho- Wlj again found to be armed with a- 41caliber pistol The man gave his name as James Stricklin and said he was from Cumberland Md Wl1Jn arrested a year ago StrlckUn said lie hailed from Arkansas The man Is wing held for observations ns to his sanity 4ra t HQ blaims that various persons are rrecutlng him and ho wants the President to put a stop to It Wants to Help Some One For thirty years J F Boyer of Fer tile Mo needed help and oouldnt find it Thats why he wants to help some one now Suffering w long him serf he feels for all distress front Backache Nervousness Loss ot Ap petite Lassitude and Kidney LOrden He shows that Electric BItters work wanders for such troubles Fire bet- ties he writes wholly cured one nd now I am well and hearty We al so positively guaranteed for LivEr Troubles Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Fomale Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at all druggists mI xpnation vs Coal Facts Somo people get their toot in It once In a while When they discover that they are caught they immediately seek refuge Irehlnd exprdaatdon This Js what Mr Everet does Ise Is now Elattlng that he was com pelled to dismiss his sultagainet the American Society ot Equity In the case In the Hendricks Circuit Court- becauso of the sekness of his counsel Jude Iieffron IUs complaint was In three par graphs TIle first on an alleged ire count stated under which he claimed about 750000 The second was for money paid to and for the Soclotys use and for material furnished In cludtng UptoDate Farming to mom bers ot the Society and under thIs paragraph he claimed 2500000 The third paragraph was for nn alleged breach of duty on the Part of the So ciety In various regards and under this paragraph he claImed 3500000 On the trial or the causii he first put on the stand as a witness In his stand himself to support iris claim Before his crossexamlnatlo was completed and befor being taken ill his counsed dismissed as to the second and third paragraphs At the conclusion ot Everitts testimony his counsel announced that he had no more evidence to offer in support or- tbo complaint nd rested his cause This was Imnedla ely beforethe nOon at b adjournment ot the court onthethly- ddayAt the opening of the afternoon son counsel for the Socle YCWI Smith moved the court to Instruct tbe jury to find for the dofendantfor- thoFeason that the evidence offered by the plaintiff showed that he was not entitled to recover veryliriportof his motion during which JUdge Heffron was taken with quits a severe attack of indigestion and was not able to proceed WIth the argument His associate counsel h dined to take the responsibility of- atkmrptln to answer the ulgumnet In support or motion Thereupon the court with time hearty approval of the Socetys counsel out of courtesy to Judge ieflron enLTnned the case until the next morning hoping that the Judge nivht be able to Proceed then The next morning lie was yet- ill and the cause could not be delayed Judge Cofer and Mr Dougan associate counsel fcr plaintiff able lawyers again declined to take the responsibility to answer the argument In support ot the motion and after consultation with Mr Everitt a ud Judge IIeUron they dIsmissed tho cause M tor the cause was dismissed the presiding judge openly stated that he would have been compelled Ito Instruct the JUT to find for defendants rile editor Is ot the opinion that the cause was dismissed because Mr Everitt and his counsel saw tho handwriting upon the wall Judge Heffron Is ln able lawyer or many ears experience and got aU there was In the cause out before the I jury with the above result Equity Farm Journal QUICKS MEDICNB Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTIUtD Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenbali Medicine Co Evansville lad Vallesii Bread Brood the staff of lifo In North America and Europe 1a practically unknown as suoh In the grcuter part fthe world and mUM more titan two thirds ot the Ipeople living on this article or food Noveyheless bread W tslher thr+ various kllls of bread rlrat are used as food forms the most nourl6hlng diet known to ecieuee But trallgelr enough time most ex pooslvobread fsbynomeans the must pensho nourishing and Indeed the nukrtex of all breadsthe iCllle w111te loaf ilJrllld of wroltll Americansis- porhaps the least In value as regards the olienileals It supplies for renew tug the demands malt upon the body tok breada term usuallyy Itaken to niaan roar breudJs really more nourishing than tile whiter loaf and In general terms It cnn be stated as an absolute fact that the finer the tour the less dumlcal value It tins when lint In the human stomach Black bread usually refers rto bread made lip from rye but the arley loaf ot bread Is very nourishing and is Butch snore easily digested then either Ul0 wheat or rye product Barley bttM has passed out ot ordinary use ya 200 yeoarsagolt furnished the bulk or tiro breadstuff eaten In nglwd and today Is time atnIlo article of toed In all the Europa north ot the Gorman Empire As regards the nutritive values of- rye and whoot bread chendss favor the rye bread slightly for It contains more soluble eanboliydratis On thee othur hand wheat contains slightly- nwro gluten whIch u a valuahlofootli product The Oher eiomicnl diff rIUIlOOS between rye or black brelll a 111dFor poorer peoplo rye brood has hie distinct advantage ot keeping fresh much longer than wheat bread Also it is more easily dlgaeted and hall I slight laxative quality ThentorlIIfor countless of dwellers tiNt down to desks and office workIthe rye bread is useful It Is atH11brhealth can be greatly tmprovo- dA1owhere the UgC5Il tract wor ri office workers a diets made up lam guly of bread from the whole rye grain wild give a quick rotus to health If persisted ju for six months or more Rherefaa a shortage of wheat la ul- rsaya aecompanled by lIl11Qiuro that the people flay have to eat the black or rye bread It Is also a toot that iwltaons reared on rye bread vastly lutoror It It Is certulu that the rye bread has a more charaoteristlc fin vor than the comparatively tustleee white wheat article Ends Wlntert Troubles Tomant winter Is a season ot trot ble The frost bitten toes and fingers chadped lmnld and lips chtl blains cold sores rod and rough skins provo this But such troubles fly bei tore Buekiom Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of BumS Bolls Piles Outs Sbreu Eczema and Spralnea Only 25cat all druggletu f f For and of Tec CtTaua COara11r wew toga ern OF OUR FULL for only z The regular price is IOO Those who bring or mail this to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 BooKs and are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use ccoaroATxD Second and Walnut Streets KY ample Latest Model nIn er tralihed Our everywhere are I makinemoneilast IVntr r No MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and proveor ur Yo hip to anyone anywhere In the U S reilhtut a ut dtliIin advance pre 4ay Jrtirlst and lJN IAYS YISEE TJUAL Siring which ou mar ride the bicycle and put It to any test OU wish IfOU are then Dot perltc11y ulilied nrdu not wish IC keep the bicycle ship It back to us at our rv ease andyt tv11 IUIt N oJ utfurnish the I hest grade bicycles it Is pme to make FACTORY small profit above auuallalOry cost You Ltve tic- to toy mlddle ens profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturers guar ante behind your UO NUT nut a bkyelejr a pairof UlromJ-al aey prim JOU receive our catyloguea and tam our unffoard of Jadorl- yricrr andrnarbaNf rprcMI tfferr to when ljuagetvt our btaulif afaloeue ant than any other a muWe are eatitfied with fr profit abtSve 0XsDICYUI ell i l we4svmcr tpc a tail r ya ur o Urderi filledour D hCrl3Y7c d UNU II rCLES We do not rcrulaelr bangle second hutdbkycles but have a number on nand taken In trade by our Chicago torn out at prices ringing from 151 to IfK or 810 eriplive hem dngin wlhuele Imported roller chntn and ptdalJl part repairs and- I BRAKES equipment of alilUnds al ha71h anal rrtailprkrr 0 80 The 1Iailprice of these tires il- SJJO Jti itO lilt will ullynu asarplepasrlorl8Onuh with orderild- NO MORE TROUBLE FROM NAILS Taoke or Olaas wilt not let the atr out Slxtr thousand IIOld last year Overtwo hundred tbouund pairs now In use Madeln all alzes Itllllvel CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Use For Over Year- sCASTORIA Save 75By PURCHASING BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS advertisement stationery BUsINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE WANTEDA RIDER AGENTNfACNTOWR uUpaficdarsandrhrrnlogeraroar PRICESWe nudrduh5IwIrsoswecanmakcyouthis QdOUbl Thewelear COASTER HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SA RSELFHEALING TIRESOINTROOOOErON LL PUNCTURES andeasyddingverydurabteandlluedinstdewitha the- Signature In Thirty iog thealrloesapewehavehundredoflettenfromsatisA Ifottoethethiekrnbtyertread and puncture strip a and ND also it Thlauoldinarytileeverallaers on fly and JUUINcSoertlalnltpurpoauthe rider of only kSo per orders same ehipC O D on reprelenledfeCASII WITU ORDEd and enclose thu dvertllemeut You nun m risk InsendFULLau order as the tires may e returned at nun expense Ifioranyteaar Ihyare notaoalfactory on examination We are perfnctlr reliable and money sent to us a a bank you order a pair of these tires you will Sod that they will ride easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you haveer used or seen at au price we iknow that you will be so well pleased that when you went altbicrcle you wm she SiYriur order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer alrrDnrS dont buy any kind at any price until you send for a pair oe- IredgethornIF YOU PunctureProof tires on approval and trial atthe st Introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes alt makes and kinds of tires at about hall the uual but write us a postal today DO NOT TlllNK Of BUYING a DO NOT Willi orapairof tires until ou know the new asad 1IODderlu often we are makingvItonlycostpostaltolearn everything WtirbttNOW JeL MEAI COMPANY CHICASILL d+ Hartford Republican iifend according to law at the Pottolnor- HaZMerd Sr u man matter of the toed Co M BARNETT EDITOR z rxczs Cumb144Caoucb a17 22 FRIDAY JUNE 21- i Who Is A R Dunlap anyway Whon Congress takes a rest we- foul all lire one on Congress The latst report from Wa3hlngOn- Is that CongTeS3 dots riot give a lm for Green River Wonder if A R DunlaP editor of the Frankfort News has been runmug a etcap boarding house j The gornm and the ra1roads- 1av1ng signsd a treaty of ptoce bus Snes3 should reoume Senator Beveridge and Bailey Seem to have swapped ides poUt1cal1 At heat on the tariff questiun I I The 15000 spent on the inquiry Is no doubt worth the entire nOU1ttto the magazines of the counI try wmlIJO JulyjCongrrts should have begun to prune the expense account when the mambers increatrd their salaries two years ago I The new King of England recently- o ierod a member of his catJlnu out of his preenoo Is the king atempt- fng to ImitAte President Talr The Indana Democrats are going I to eliminate Mr Bryan from the fall campaign The voters wtU doubtles- stlminate Mr Kern et rthe proper rtame The pt+ ese Court of Appeals of 1teffueky has again demoDII naUd that 1t Is nonhart Sln in its deck ons It bUllpaool Lowsvlll the sole purpose of which wan to deprive some RepubJdc- W1S of office to which they had been- rotted under the tlreent Retlulllc all city tawny I A ffSW days agoW we banded aI copy ot the Frankfort Neu which oonta1ns u very fia tFxing riercce to the edkor of this paper in more than a column article In whld it atfcmpts j thelFrankforttunnel and the Kentucky River and no CourierIJo1n1cr have 3cntwn t IW1t nice thkrryx News hud to say abou uss except for tOO kindness of a friend who hap pond to gtJ to Frankfort and pick up a copy In a very secluded 1MaceIMr Dunlatl Mr A R Autaiapeeiitor ref thH fnln NenA zoIJI tta high time that are J1ofY- oSJe of Frankfort stop the IIlthat city by the country newspapers Ths is a watts one As enough the FtnnkCort News vans not a coun try nP1oIapur itself And then threatens to have tIle tdlJor of this paper indicted for libeling FrAnkfort Come on Mr Dunlap with your inrldanent If I we danc prove every word we have uttered with good men uud true we will take back aU wo have said If you will consult a majority ot your town people It Is our ltllniwn you will be advlsd that yo arc acting hastily tf net absurdly The CoUrIerJournal also feels called upon to notice our little edltnrJaJ concerning Frankfort the al+ rtal tied katdon exercises and makes a lengthy- argltmont In favor of Frankfort for tiro seat ot government It was not always so with the Courler Journal if WO remember oorrect1y at one time the CourterJofrnnJ though the sapi- dM cugbtto be In LoulfV11le It is in- dead A bututifui oapkul bullding and would be tile pride of every Kentucky citizen located In a place acceseabl- ea4 where It could be seen by vlsttor3- 1nnD other IJUrts of tIle world With IOUtmakJng a pooIa1 effort to do S- OErnaftes you have retched the cap SW city It Is a very dltfc1ut matter to pt to the CaIIto1 building This qQnown to everyone wtio has boon os the grounds and all lee ll1oo1Al iCe of Ira CoUT1erJournai devoted to tiro single pUIlIOe of novTg oth snwiae for the next ten stars could pot change tt It Is the common la ment of the citizens of KenltucJqy tlllit Leo beBuUful a building should ire hid de3 away among theb1Us ot Frank 3ort the only town In Kentucky rhlcat- M cider to renCh you muet cross a- 4itlAr orgo through a tunnel t cfto get out of you must go through a tunnel or cores a river- DEMAGOGY A An or the Domocrat1c newspapers- and orators big little old and young are engaged in a united effort to prove to the Amerl1n people that the- new tariff law is responsible for the Increae In the Celt of nece bitksof Ufo In dotsg so they frequently rpake 12 dculous Eptemeets but w iclJ if aI lowed to go uncontradicted may pre Judice the mind of the voter ato does not bite an oportun1ty to mVeS- 4pe and in fact this Is the very thing which is sougtt by many of thofe papers and speakers without red eaenee ro the uuh In this weeks ewe of the Hartford Herald oocuro- the following editorial paragraph 3Irs Housekeeper havent you noticed that you are pay nig IDcreased prices for houfe hold necessities of late Ladles gloves that were 1 a rpalr before the passage of the PayneAldrich bill are now 125 Ladies woes that were 3 are now 31i0 Ladlwsan dal rubbers that mere 25c b pair are now prIced at GOo and j5c EVa the kitchen broom which formerly cost but 25c and 35c now rettrlls- at from 35c to jOe The PltDe Aldrich tariff did this Now lOT the facts in the case Ladies gloves tariff reduced under the PayneAldrich bill 50c on the dozen pairs Hides all classes and tram which the ladles shoes are made un der the PayneAldrich Bill placed on the free list and the manufactured shoos reduced lower than they were under the WUsonG01man BILL Rub ber from which the Files sandal is made materially reduced Broom corn Goo wlich the kitchen broom Is made under the PayneAldrich tnrlff blll reduced We challenge the Hartford fervid or any of these papers to men don a single article which the thous keeper has to buy and which Is re tailed at a higher price now tlran before the pa86age of the PayneAld rich Bm which has been raised or which has not been lowered under this law Too tat h is that the foreign manufacturer Is romping a harvest on gloves and probably also on ahoes as he Is now coliecUng the tariff which would have gone Into the pocket of Uncle Sam A care In point was the recent purolume by the John C Lewis Company of a large consignment of gloves mentioned In this paper a shout time Ingo being coolly Informed by the foreign manufacturer that In as much as this government had taken oft 500 duties that he would add It on HIT DOG HOWLS Following the dedication of the new capitol at Frankfort the WrUypa Prs of Louisville announced that the exDemocra1c Stnte officers had refuted w take any part in the cole bratton and from the ltene or the dis- lxttehes Lt was evtdcn toot only a few of Frankfort people hap participated to any extent This I 11r In commenting upon this fact dooJart1i what twothirds of the 1euple of Ken tucky think and have always thought that It wa9 i4 DISakg tQ 1M Iocttod tI npw eiiikol at lanktort and referred to the fact that the town had for years been engaged almost wholly in nil effort to r4taln the scat of government and that her people would probably spend future years In tun ct- i fort to get some of heir money back la high board bills from thrnc Iwho on great occoslolls would be comptllled to retort to most any sort of means for acemmalaticns on aooouUtt or tthe well known kick or hotel facilities In lrankfollt 7Vrese obsenMi ns seem- to have very greatly riled one A R Dunn whore xzsmo OtIIam nt the held of the editorial coluUlns of tine Frankfort News and be devotes more Wan a coLumn of Iris valuable 1 space to pentonal abuse of the editor of this raper but no w9nee does he otter a single alignment In refutation of what we said Insbad- he Insinuates Itlw the editor of this padar lIS n cheap aunt of guy and that ho always stops at cheap board In places etc seeming to think this sonnt of small ooron pUllle Chatter will furnish a eomplote answer Co what Iwe WIld Fire editor 0 tibia pa0xu has never etoplnud In Franllilt any place except the OoIpltn IltEol and boarded there oOOl Dig two sessions of the Leglseture and has no com plaint to snake admit rbbat blouse or- Nis pruprlteom except that upon page Ions t cannot scoonmlodalte the peope wow desire to stay tJhere Agt1ln- 11r Dunlop omerts chart the editor of r19pllJJ has II 1greaial duke for Frankfort because the was turned down for the office of Fie p ktmhat Mr BarnU wtts never an applicant for either Commissioner of Inaumne- Or Fire illarsbal The posidoa ot nildtafterr mater lie will interview aboutthis Auditor ob stAtewhODdl can eoe any hour ottlle da4asd who will verify tM above When he has done so 4f heb6S aayof bl- ns4ncta of a gentleman he dill make the p conectton ofafa ttateJ meat tIdh Ire either Ignorantly or knowingly pubUshes Mr I3araac never applied for the poMdonof Insurance Conunff1foner or retna atd around there afew days tryng to get any arraIntment from the prrs ont State admlnittmtlon He could have bEen Fire Marshal had h9 accepted the poslrton from M James and he Is not embittered or dlflp pointed Lu consequence Beddcs bad he desired tb lIve in Frankton he could have done so without holdI office for we are informed that a eW- Repubha1s elhtstde ot office boldrs are permltted to live there and any city which would tolerate the prece- of AR Dun4aop is certainly Ill inclined to draw a very severeline on tmmigritlon A RENDER June 21Talton Emory Eine and Vilna PUt J3eaver Dam were here st Wednesday Simon Jones and Joe Smith wire In Hartford last Wednesday qtr Joe Smith and 3flss Lucy James were married re last Thursday at- tornooa at the residence of Mr and Mrs Simon Jones Rev spoke the KOrds thaw made thor one We nil wish them joy and halpplne throughout their Uldrrld life Those who attended the wooding from a Illi1ice Were MISS Nary Jana and Mr and Mrs James Stephens Mrs G F Rice of Cenral City also several of relatives and friends of the bxdde and groom were present They left on afternoon tmln for Louisville where they wilt spend a tw days 3lra Daisy Tailor Beaver Daanwas here last Thursday and Friday the- gusat of her mother Mrs C K car son 31r and Mrs John OBatmon Beciver Dam were wwe Friday Mls Effie oral Susie Taylor Wcr6 here Friday the nttt of 3liss KuIJI erine Dean John Jnenlnss and grand daughe 3ilss Jessie Jennings Luzerne were bore Friday and Saturday the guests- of sam Jennings and family Mrs Mary McDowell went to Cen tral City Sunday Ercle Jarnagin pert Sunday In Horton L T Millard was In Beaver Dam yesterday Mrs Bertha Dowen Is on the sick IW a Mrs L T Miller and dtughterMles Anna went to Beaver Dam today to assist In organizing a lodge ofthe Womens Circle of Woodmen of the World Mr and Mrs Harry lams of Lln ton Ind are here lte guest of L1Lrs Harris parents Mr and Mrs T E Harris 3trs Belle Parsons has returned from owemboro after a viutt- Mr and Mis EverU6 Ashley nod Miss Emma Millard bare returned from Horse Branch aster a visit- Mr and Mrs Everette Ashley and Miss Emma Il11l1td have returned Horie Branch after a vlslt Noticei District A S of Ic Iwltl meet ThursdnyJune 30 1910 at 10 oclock a m at RlcMLI school house Everyone should be interested this J the time to elect a Finance committeeman for this d1t- triet We ought to be busy It we are not We will with about next De camber that we had been G P JONES Chmn O R Tlnsley Sec SELECT Juno 22Mr J Y IIudnson died at his rebtdence near McHenry last sun day morning and was burr e4 the Smith graveyard Monday lie was hurled by tho Red Men of wMch he- W a member less1S G E Arbuckle and J W Martin and tJmllles Hartford view ed relatives here SatUrday nnd Sun day Nr John Cope and Wife of McIlenri visited thou tamAy ot T C Homey Sunday Miss Corn Roll Render la vislUDgI her grandmother sire S M Jones this week Rev Jenkins 19 In lawn this wveek Ho gave a OOW1e at the Chrlntdan church Tuesday night which was hvell attended S M James went to Prentie otie day last week to buy fries Mr Hubert Faught and family Wt tOIl Mr Faughts parents Mr antLMrs G W Faught ot near Green nIter Sunday Mr C F Miner left Sunday f r Hartford where ho will work ot tot carpenters trade Mr R W King end family Hartford visited Mr and Mrs J J stow art last Tburahw 1I1 Loreno Steurt Visited Ibrother Mr Avery Stewart aterom wen laS Week r Or Y n j jj I ji j i lLetUs ShowYouQur Line of iE ifi BUGGIES and SURRIESI fi We are headquarters for the famous Owensborothe genuine Geo iij I G Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran = I fi teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy or surrey on the market I THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO E iI4q noorporatcd uclcyp I I I w w w I I NARROWS June 22Dr and Mrs I D Cosby are visiting the Doctors father at Hebbardsville this week Mrs Jack Valker was In Fordavtlle i Sautrday3P e Renrow3IcHeM pent Sunday wVih her motbea Mr Roy Arm ndt ssife and children of Fordeville spent Saturday and Sun day with their mother Mrs Ida Ren trow Mrs Dr Lawhce4s vIfTingterSOn and MId L B Law I3Hrelatives In Horse Branch from Satur day untJil Monday Several from here attended Old Folks Day at cane Run church Sun day All report aw enjoyable day Ckelsidne the little daughter of Mr and Mrs AUie Gmbam ds seriously HI of flux Airs Ada Berkley wnhb has been cick for two weeks ds in provdng- 3Ues Gx ace Shultz is sLUng relatives tm Hartford this week- Mr Oscar SbuUz and Miss hake Hines were married oIn FordsIllle Fad day morn1ong with onlya few present dlr Shultz Is the oldest Eon of 31T J T Shultz a noted farmer of tht9ooun ty Mr Shutz ban been fining school fur several years Miss Hines Is the bwutlM klaughtQoof air R W Hines of Fcrdsyille She ds no no oompLsbcd mwlola1l unUk0 the tnah stage of Teddy Rtwsevolt JT we cannot give thom diamonds end numerote valuable lmt wo wish tom much hap pines WHITESVILLE June 22WJU Stdooatt Drs Mc Donald ant Qarter attended the Da Vlees County Medial hSOOlatlon at Owmnsbom yesterday- Prof I S Mason FordsviUe was tore Monday bliss Grose Brooks and Lucy Mc- Oarty returned from a ono lweeks visit with Same Iluwldttt neaT Pkaesant RIdgE Airs J II Wheal ley and Miss Liz nie loieLey went to Owensboro toclay- 1r Granger the bUnd hook agent called on the doctors at tlrls place Jt week QlIlte a crowd from hero aI tended the M W of A ice cream supper At Philpot SiatlUTday night N P Kelley Sugar Grove and Rev Rr J Brandon Frlednland Wore hereon hwoVntss yenterday ham nlrk the toldpbone man as- heN from Owenssboc yesterday Dr Edge went to lMagan ltXHla- y1kKem1e Ralph Is seriously III at ids home aboUt four mlle south of lucre of tuberculosis Money Wanted Wanted to borrow 150 tOt six months gilt edged security Address Scare Republican office CERALVO Juno 21Mr J O Klmbley was kJUeel by a tmtln at Beaver June l3th and was hurled hero thle following day He was born and raised newt here but to Beaver a few years ago He leaves a wife and four grewwn o1dldrento mourn his departure WIse stable Gavot Louisville is visiting her old home Mr W S Hill to Teaching scbool at NUonKy Mrs Pe Hallow Loufsvf4le lei Joh Li vIsiting friends and relatives hero Mr J C Kimmel and wife Paradise were here Tuesday Mrs Myrtle Likens wife of Mr James Likens and daughter of Marion Williams died at the home of her parents nor here Juno 18th and twos burled tlli following day Idth Inrol- Ie honors of Waltons Crook Cemetery She leaves a husband father mother two sisterir and a host of friends ot moron her demise We extend to the wmtly our sympathy and commend her hue Gs on worthy of iaitatloa Rev R D Bennett Hartford tilled his regular eppolnmuIIot hEro Sunday Mrs Florence Kirby Owensboto Is visiting her sister Mrs C PMorrda Methodist Church Quarterly meeting at Goshen next Saturday and Sunday Preaching Sat urday and Sunday at 11 a m by Rev R F Hayes Presiding Elder Quarterly Conference Saturday afternoon Lot there be a full attendance Preach- Ing at Taylor Mines at 330 p Ini Sunday I Let everybody remember that the District Conference ot the Owens boro DIstrict begins In Hartford Mon day at S p m June 27 Opening Rd dress by Dr J H Young Qr Owens i boroA p ISheriffs Sale IIy virtue of Xltuton No 177 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Clrpult Court In favor of E F Dondua against Mayworth Barnard for the sum of 60352 with Interest from the 13 day of July 1909 and 1180 cot I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4tk day or July 1910 between the hours of ten oclock a m1 and two ocock p m I3t tho Court House door In Hartford Ohio County Kentucky expose to PUBLIC SALE to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may lJe necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit A tract of land bounded as follows Becinning at a point on low water mArk In the lIno of Moore and Orab tree on north side of roUgh river thence extending N 35 W 4li20 feet to a stone on the edge of the Hart and Ross Riffle road thence extend Ing S 35 E 4080 foot to a stone on the bonk fit Rough river theme extendinG with the meamers of Rough river la05 foot to the paint of be gluing ContainIng 120 acres subject to martgage due Bank of Hartford Also a parcel ot ground lying In Hartford Ohio county KentuckY and being Southeast one half of town lots Nosh I 23 and 4 as the same is now fenced being desnealoteconveyed by Mary E Taylor to Rowan Holbrook on 19th day of SeptembEr 1900 and OfficeIDus the property o1tlaWorth farnard TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of 6 mouths bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate or6 per cent pet anrown from day ot sale ancY having the force and ffect of a bond t- VITNPSS my baud this 14th daY of June 1910 T HrBIulCIC SherKt 0 C r SYMPATHY helps hurts but It wont cure au 4 aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes at skillful experienced denUst to doJthat Get aU the sympathy you f1 can but for real relief and good dental work make nn nppolntmcnll with us for the practical way of get 4 ting your teeth In lino shape Besii crown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extracted with out pain AU work guaranteed Tele phone 21- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Repubiican BVdg Hartford Ky Why Not Get Those PHOTOSMade It YOU neglect it or defer it much longer you may regret It Bring the babies send the olu folks and come yourself The Jprice of photo supplka Is go- Ing up and we will S have to charge morn for our work Dotter come right away i IiSchroetersOver Republican offIce IJ Concrete Work Concrete work of all kinds laid by experienced workmen 4 Anything in concrete frdmiin ordinary pavement to con= crete residence Estimates furnished free All work- guaranteed It 1 J L QILBV N Hartford Kyl p yr1 p ci A ij4 r M S Io II tyCool Daint ttI 100 Summer10 jDressestit M rALL 41TiERNS JJune stYles 4 now ready j i I WASH GOODS SUGGESTIONS- We do not want to be officious or meddle with your I affairs but we do want every Lady to know of our immense stock of White and Fancy Wash Goods We will certainly regard it a special favor if you will visit us and let our experienced Salesladies show you the many dainty patterns They will help in showing you exclusive designs in dainty Val Laces Insertions Allovers Etc to correspond with any fabrics you may select A complete line of McCall Patterns to select from lOo an 15c none higher Our advice Trade where trading will be a pleasure to you ir Oe ij IIIlnolaCentralfallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky 4 North Bound Sonlh Bound No18a m Noindu ll35am NolnlueU2S p m Nolo1 due 2 Sp m 0102 do 348 pm No13due8b5pm Have You Seen it AdvertisedIfits good and a Drug Store article we have It We t dont however setA thing simply because its being advertised We mUst know first that it has merit and that the advertisement tells the truth You can trust our Judgement In these matters or if you see it advertised and want to look into it come to us Every truly meritorious article that a Drug Store should keep Is In our stock- RememberJ that and when you want anythl g in our line come to see ust Your Friends Hartford Drug Co Incorporated 1 We Are Just a Little Bit Selfish We admit It We dontt do as we do SOLELY for the good of our cue tomers TJiere is no phllaatbropy about business i When we stock up with nothing Met r higtoigrade groceries we do BO be cause we think the majority of people prefer that kind This Is why they SHOULD prefer that klpdt Bemuse the good of good eatables la farHreaching Qood eating a health and heaMh is EVERYTHiNG So you see that our good financially Bind your good phyeUaUy are depend ing upon the purity of ourtood it rsupplyOur opinion Is that it Ie jut about perfect Wo are anxious to have YOUR Q1I1 t1onlI rfILEWS GROCERY KYheo q JTwi i Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 24 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the following times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Dally 114340 p m Mixed Dalley except Sunday SOUTH BOUND 115920 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113 14G p m Passenger Dally Attorney S A Anderson is In LOU- Isville on legal business Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Be one of the first to attend our sale July 2 to 9 Carson Co Nice Pickled Pork at only 15c per pound W H MOORE SON Remember the Great Removal Sale June 25 Particulars on page two J Rosenblatit Mss Olive Amerine Richmond Ky Is the guest of her slater Mrs W C Alley city When you come to aititend the Sol diers Reunlondont fall to attend our sale Carson Co To taU to attend our Clearance Sale July 2 to 9 means to mesa lots of 00 gains Carson Co Carson Co tieryoumany bar gains on page eight of this issue Read their big ed Master MtturtceJ3arra of Beaver Dam was the guest of hlt Jatiher Mr E G Barraw city the finst of the week Cooper a Co will run a bus from Hartford to the Far grounds on July 4th at lOe eadh way PJtase have the cash as nothing win toa ctuwg ed Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madieonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf l Prof OL Shultz Narrows and Mfrs Olive L blues Fordsville were larrltd at the bridess home kilt Friday Mr Shultz Is one of Omo- luntys most BuocesBful teachers who 18 to be congratujated his selection of a helpmeet I J Mr MayworTJh Barnard went to ow emsbOTo Wednesday Mr L F Woerner is the guest of relatives aC Palmyra Mo Susie May is engaged in profe s IMlaa duties at Utica Ky Mayor J H Williams Is quite ill ot pleuresy at his home on Union street Mr and Mrs John Taylor and M tie daughter were in Moorman Tues day Mr S T Hunter Smallhour lithe guest of his son Mr C O Hunter cKy Mrs Sam Morton Smallhous Is the gutt4 of her daughter Mrs T R Bar nard city apt W H Moore made a flyln trtp to Owensfooro Tuesday retumlc Wednesday Mr Steve May was In Chicago tills week on business connected with the sewerage system Prof H E Brown attended the State Educational Association at Hen denson thtj week Mrs Z H Shultz pleasant Ridge fe the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J P Sanderfur city Mrs Jennie Hamilton and sonDun can Hamilton Greenville are the guests of Mrs F L Felix city Everything new and uptodato U for 60c at J Rosenblatts See his page ad on page two of this Issue Corno Chicken Feed 250 ix r 100 pounds Buy It and save your Uttlo chickens Hartford Grocery Co We will show you lots of bargain during our Clearance Sale which aro not mentioned In our big ad- Carson Co We are prepared you with needles to fit any kind of sewing machine that you may hove Carson Co Our salts on Blankes Coffee are in creasing daily Include some of this excellent coffee In your next order Hartford Grocery Co Wednesdays Owectstooro Inquirer says Born to Mr and Mrs E 0 Cottrell yesterday at noon a fine girl Little Mlas Norlne Black was the guest of her aunt Mrs O L Leaoh Central City last week She was ac companied by her friend Luereno Collins I Lee Montgomery conductor on the- M H E railroad running bEtween Madlsonvllle and Irvlngton has moved his family from Fordsvllle to Madlsonvllle Norma and Amelia May Barnett daughters of Mr and Mrs A M Bar net North Hartford left last Monday for a visit to itflitir uncle Mr R J Barnett at Reeves Tennessee Miss Etta Wright who has been the- gueatof Misses Anna Eliza Keown and Mary Marks for the past Iiwo weeks returned to her home aft Mayfield Ky Thursday afternoon Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 2Stf The Bosteoka Club will hold Its regular mooting at the club rooms this evening Degrees will be conferred upon two candidates and the quarterly electilon of officers will beheld Mrs Matilda a Tinsley has vur chased what is known as the Gibson property Situated on Walnut street trom Hon J E Foglo and she and her slter Mrs Fannie Taylor will occupy it as a home Miss Bell BexiTjnnan who Jens been In Beaver Dam taking a series of ant lessens from MUs Daacle Taylor has turned home She speaks very highly of idle artistic genius and skill ot Miss Taylor and of Itihe courtesy of the people In general We have coming a lot of Golden Yule Flour at a special price Get It while you can 24 pound sack 75c 48 pound sack 145 Barrel 550 Hartford Grocery Co Mrs C M Crows and three youngest sons who have been visiting Mrs Jrowes parents Rev and lfrsJ S Chandler at Auburn Ky for the past ten days returned tome yesterday They were accompanied by Mrs Eliza betai Herndon who will make MJB Crowoa visit Mr H Nailown rom his buggy Tuesday on the pike n r- Mr Fords farm and sustained sdVor al severe bruises rout horttolng Benlous His horse came on to town and turned in to Black Blrkheadseta damageMr W H nfiucd to his room for several months with rheumatism Is nble to- be on the streets fa his Invalids chair This will be pleasing news to- his friends who are only limited by- his acqunintalacceall of whom wish Ihlm a speedy recovery 7 S syLSw tU8S Belle Thompson sturgis Ky fa the guest of Miss Nora Wedding The Baptist Church Is making ex tensive improvements in the alter and pulpit which when completed will add materially totJbe convenience and beowty of the church and will alto XurnlfJi two excellent Sunday school rooms in the basement The old bap tlsterj has been tern out atd a neW ono will be Installed made of concret o Capt S K Cox Messrs John T Moore E M Woodward E T Will Iams Col C M Barnett and son Estll Barnett E G Barrass C E Smith w S TInsley and son Ray mcr W TInsley Douglas D Felix R E Lee Slmmerman and wife John L Williams Mrs J R Phlpps Misses Llllle Burton and Eva Taylor were among those who attended the Times Aviation meet at Louisville Saturday and Sunday They report a pleasant trip Judge W II Barnes has been noti tIed by Judge T F Brrkhtad that in view of tlie fact that Common weal1 hs Attorney Den D Rlngo will be unable to attend the first days of the special terms cf the Circuit Court which will begin at Hartford Monday July iii h he Mr Barnes will be ap painted Common vealthB Attorney pro tepi until Mr RJngo can arrive Judfec BIJ1khool also stated that the ease of the Commonwealth vs Beard would be called for trJnl tint anti that It would be Mr Barnes duty fo repre sent the Commonwealth in that case Mr RIngo will probably complete his engagement In time to be present and conduct the prosecution in1 the case of the Commonwealth vs Simpson I Echoes from the County Court The following Comth cases were tried In Judge R R Weddings Court last Monday Comth vs David Kirk charged with entering upon the inclosed lands of another and tearing down a di- vIsion fence without the consent ot of the owner or tenant After hear Ing the evidence the jury returned a verdict of guilty and fixed fine at GV The fine and cost Including wit ness claims amounted to 2250 Comth vs Arthur Maddox and Geo Matthews charged with disturbing I public assemblage at Mcllenry Maddox entered a plea of guilty law and facts submitted to the court und fined fixed at 20 Including cost amounting to 2550 which was paid On mo tion of County Attorney C E Smith the case against Matthews was dis missedComth vs Lon Taylor of color charged with selling liquor without license After hearing the evidence jury returned a verdict of not guiltyComth vs Geo M Maddox charged with n breach of the pcacp mention of which was made In The Herald at the time has been granted a new trial and same Is set for rehearing on Tuesday July 19th 1910 Comth vs W S Allen charged with obstructing public passway set for hearing next Saturday June 25 Sunday School Union Of the Ohio County Baptist Associa tion to be held with Pleasant Grove church near Shreve Ky Tuesday June 28 1910 9 am Devotlonal Exercises Worth Wade and C M Corley li80 Reading Minutes Rollcall and reports of Schools 1000 The need of a perennial Sun day School in welt church L W Tlchenor and R E Fuqua 1030The teacher before the class 11V Bruner and Hiram Brown 3100 The Pastors duty to the School Birch Shields and I1D Burch 1130 The Standard of Excellence a W Ford- 1200Noon 100 p mSong sa vice c Oscar Petty 130 Benefit of Old Folks to the Sunday School G H Luwrenoo and A V Armstrong 200 Mission Schools and Missions In the Schools A B Gardner and W R Oldham 200 What the Sunday School has done and Is doing for the world J T Lewis 300 Query box- 330rBuslnesa c- 400Adjournmeat All Pas rsOhurche6 Sunday School officers and teachers are urged to be present Opportunity will be given to discuss each topic or ask questions tot information E W FORD Chmn W M FAIR gepy Iron Fence for Sale By order of the Ohio County Fiscal Court we will offer for sale to the Wghest and best bidder the Iron fence posts etc surrounding the Ohio County Court House at the Court- House door at 1 oclock po m Monday July 11th 1910 This fence Is in good state of preservation and will make splendid enclosures for lots In country cemeteriesv You may miss a bar gain If you do not attend this sale B S CHAMBERLIN R HOLBROOK 771M C M BARNETT i Committee SSSSSSSS SSSS 0 IIiToo justIoften we forget how thankful we should be we nurse our little griev ances as if they were the I principal thing in life To be happy eat good whole SSODle food buy good service able clothing wear easy fit ting shoesand smile The people who supply your needs often fail to show and and push the practical sen sible article to buy We do We want to sell you the ar ticle that you need when you need it and want it to satisfy you after buying it S To sum it all upto be ha- ppysmile and Our IOand 15 Suits Are surpassing values You ought to see the values we are offering at these two special prices Handsome weaves the best styles tailored to fit and every pat tern we show is the top notch of fashion You will find that these prices here will do more value getting than you believe Ipossible in clothes Blacks grays browns in all the new combinations in meres and Worsteds are found CassiI collection We are at your service look This store is here to render a ser vice to this community Were running this business to make a profit for you as well as ourselves because we realize that your interest is our interest We want you to investigate and satisfy yourselves fully that these conditions actually ex ist We serve rather than just sell E P Barnes Bros BEAVER DAM KY lOrI TT174a1 7ty h 1 fst 4 l i WEW REMEDYFOR BAD ROADS Molasses of Great Value in Im- proving= Highways Mix r ed With Lime Molasses mixed with lime and oJl IB being experimented with by tho United States department of agricul ture in roadnraklns and htls comblna lion promises to prove of great value JD bettering the highways In certain eectdona of the country Last fat the experts of the Unit ed States department of agrclulture made several experiments on the streets of Newton Mass 0113 rhat attracted notice on the prat of nuthor ides on street construction and no little ridicule vaa what was dubbed the i molasses road The street commissioner selected a difficult piece of road on Summit rrtreet with a steep grade and a sharp curve just the spot tor quick destruction of a road toy tho automo Mle and heavy traffic and an equally I advantageous place for observation of the effect of the strong wind A preparation of molasses lime and oil was mixed wUh a small amount 01 ccawnt and spread on the surface Got The liquid In the mixture por colated to the substratum of rock and made a surface of from two to j throe Inches of heavy matrelal That section has passed the tests of winter i and today tho surface Is so hard considerable force Is irequlrod to thatj ft with a pickax Jt Is not slippery It gives a footing for horses and automobiles do not skid On this section of Sum I mit street are located fine residences I and a large school for girls and to day with the windows open no Irri I tating particles of dirt are driven in to the mit Any dwellingsI the mola a road It Is said ito lie lei erpeisive than street watering Army Manouevers Nashville Tennessee June 19 and 26 1910 For above oooa doe the Illinois Central Railroad Co will give rate of 385 for round trip InIdluslJ E WILUAMS fttBeaver Dim The Generous Geologist Tie Is not stinted for time TeIlreshln mnl1JooUat You shall have It for time aakJ lag He has an enormous balance InI the bank of Time and he draws MItorvTen thousand yours wipe out human j history completely Ten thousand more and we are probably among that I11mdredof manA million years and we arCl probably lu Eocene or Miocene times Among the hugo and often groUsqu manials and our ancentw a little crea tune probably of the munwplal kind la skulking about and hiding from the great carnivorous toasts that devour Atlantic him John Uunxw htj WouldI To cure Ladrlppe and Colds In 24 hours tike QUICKSCold and LaQrippe TABUUTSI If yw druggist does not kep them stud 2St to J C Mendenhall Medicine Co ivswiiic hi and get them post paid Guaranteed The Cost of Living Value theories and pot notions about 4e course of the prices of anJdljs that outer Into expemdSiurea for food and other necessities are little to tlw purpose as all who undertake to In- v Hgate the subject soon fine The 3irolleni has numerous phases and confining tlw examination to any one la a vain proceeding Some of the figures offered are from Interested Bounces and exaggerated or marked by concealments A bureau connected with the Department of Commerce and Labor lies just issued the annual orornment report on wholesale prices In 1909 which embraces 257 commodities and follows their changes in value with exactness Few would guess that this list shows a decline of 23 per cent compared with tho year 1907 or that the wholesale prfcoj In 1907 wore the highest for any pe riod la the last nineteen yearn In th year 1908 the wholesale price of the SSI commodities was 3 per rent lower than In 1909 and here again tho smallness ofthe marein will surprise thom whose views are t Indefinite or conjectural Wlbleeale prices are not those with ton which average consumers are best ac quainted but their study is essential to a true understanding of tho Case It is proposed to make the cost of Uv ing a campaign Issue but if the point of attack is an error the ammunition will be wasted and the real question will remain untouched A cry of Tear dawn the new n rlff has been I raised But as the cost of living has advanced as much in freetrade Eng land and other European countries the remedy proposed is plainly lllogteal If the United States should drop to I a freetrade basis the cost of living would not be reduced unless tho ruined measis of makings livflng pros trated prices and everything else Prices wore lowest between 1893 and 1897 and so were wages and oppor tunities for employment Unjust manipulation of prices upward ought to be stopped but trying to reach the evil by a war on a tariff because pro follyItlou to the length to be pushed Globe Democ- ratChlldresn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAOld IThe Annual Reunion of the Green Association of Old Soldiers will be hold at Hartford Ky Monday July 41910- i The grt test Preparations have been made to entertain the old soldiers and their friends by the thousands on this occasion Reduced rates have been so cured on the L X and I C Railroads from all points within a ra dius of one hundrcdt miles and it Is intended to make this one of the greatest reunions which has over been held in Kentucky It will lya mingling of the Dlue and the Gray us this association is made up of soldiers both Federals and Confederates PROGRAMME 900 a m Assemble at the courthouse square 930 The old soldiers will march In a body headed by the baud to the Ohio County Fair ground Assembly call and short address by Pres Z 0 King 1000 Prayer toy the chaplain Rev H C Truman Address of welcome Mayor Jas H WilliamsResponse on behalf of old soldiers Rev J H Embrey Music by the band Address CbpC X T Howard Amer icas soldiers in the SpanishAmerican war DINNER 100 p m Music Business meet lag of the association 200 AddreuL Reid 230 Short addresses by Old Sol diers 300 Adi Major J H Ashcraft Paducah chairman of the Shiloh Battlefield Comnil Bton 330 Address R S Dunn Bravery and Heroism of the American Soldier Refreshments of all kinds will be served on the grounds with amuse mends in abundance for both old and young but no intoxicants will be per groundslandall Uys which Is set apart as a legal holiday and which should be dear to the heart of every true American to honor the old soldiers meet your friends and have a pleasant and prow fitable time Hartford always has tile latch string on the outside but fur thta occasion the latch is thrown away The old soldiers of both armies and their wives will bo furnished free barbecued dinner A splendid band of music and the very bent of orators will be on hand to entertain Z O KING Prca W R CHAPMAN V Pree D E RHOADS Adjt R A ANDERSON Q M II C TRUMAN dial F L FELIX C M IURNETT A C YEISKR Hartford Commercial Club Com Stops the Cough heals tbe Loots COUQHVJUIV If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO BVANSVIUB IND a s A Neat Excuse The small boy sought his mother Ma he said the teacher talked just awful about my mannerS today She told mo I acted like a boy who didnt have any bringing up And what did you say his mother askedI you the best 1 knew how ho replied I told her you was only my stepmother L Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps muUsjAU lsonlIfherecreciso in the price of land farm lands not simply city lots Through central Kentucky the price has increased from 60 to 100 per cent One cause far this is the intereaeo In the price of farm products When a man can get more for his crow he can afford to pay more tor thatApiece of land adjoining his which lie has canter for years Let the formers not be deluded by high prices of farm products Food products are not going to maintain their present altitude because tbe de mand for food develop now sources of supply Already rte price of what in the American market has curtailed largely the exports of It So has the price of cotton chocked the export business productslands under cultivation mod mot also by making the lands under cultivation produce more The world to not yet land poor There is a great deal of i land in the United States and a great deal In Canada a groat deal Ida Man churls that can bo made ito minister to the needs of a hungry world But the best outlook is in beter farming Much has been done in re cpnnootlol1with the cultivation of the soil the care of the crop generally has resulted In certain quarters In a vastdncnodco In the yield of corn goer acre If it has not resulted so in your case you are behind the tints Send your sons and daughters to some farmers institute Go to the fair Do a little experimenting on yoUr own ac count Be careful about your seed and in a little while you will realize that you have only been raising a half prop Until you have gotten out of your land all that it will give you you ought not to become a land specula tor The trouble especially in the South has been too much land for the labor and Capital employed Lot us assume that you are rais ing wheat and getting twelve bushels to an acne or raising caUon and1 gut ting half a halo to an acre Your farm Is 160 acres You think that at present proces you can afford to buy your neighbors farm have 320 acres and double your cropIf you double the cropthat is if you get as much nom your neighbors farm as you do from your ownthe cost per bushel of wheat and the cost per haze of cotton Is as great ias it was before You have more lbu fhuls and bales to sell and of course you have more profit but you have got to get interest on the capital invested in two farms Now stick to your own fauns with the determination of raising Kwenty four bushels of wheat to the acre and one bale of cotton to the acre It can be done it natters not where yoU live It can be done with less labor than it takes to cultivate S20 acres and you do not have to have any mor j money to buy land This is what is called Intensive farming You eanncit cuMlvate a large farm as around the cities we culti vate market gardens but we risk little In saying tbe yIdd can be doubted on any fatal of ordinary land froni Kentucky to Texas But flue farmer must study tlie real prindpes oJ ag riculture must prepare the boll far lib seed more carefully must feed the soil as he feeds his farm animtlsmU9t select the seed and plant only the best At tho end of the year tha man will know that he can double1 his crops without doubling his Invest ment in land Home and Faun Sunday School of the South Knoxville Town Juno 21 July 211910 Tickets on sale Juno 1920212526 July 2910 and 16 1910 Final return hilt fifteen days from date ot sale Extension of final limit to Septem ber 30th 1910 may be secured by depositing ticket with special ageiui and payment of fee of 100 at time of deposit Pare for round trip J9G3 T J E WILLIAMS Aflt Beaver Dam Ky Mentality of our Youth Returns of the examination held in tho United States for admission to the Naval Academy have btemjeeeived at the Bureau of Navigation TheptwaS examined 308 candidates and 56 per cent failed to pass the mental ex amination The physical examination has not yet been held It Is not pos Bible to say how many vacancies there will be since some of the prloclpato are to be examined in June at Annap oIls while the alternates were exaimiri ed in AprlltWhile the physical examination la yet to come nb one believes thai 56 per cent of the candidates will fall to pass It If as many as 20 per beat fall It will be surprising There will nowhere be any disposition to find fault with the physical efficient g fof American yours neb but there is sub v stantlal reason for regretting frail A largo percentage ot failure ns the Annapolis officials report in thb HKjntal ostsour schools arc hot to bo sett sured for giving a prominent place In the curriculum to athletics It Is haueverto be hoped that they will not atosord attention which should properly bo given p mental oxcrcle A sound body is both n physical and- moral blessing especially Itn well trained mind accompanies It But we must guard against education which perfects the body ait the mliulfe ex pense By no stretch of imagination can a beefy 6footer with bulging muscles be regarded as an educated man if he has a flabby mind The Annapolis figures suggest there is per haps not as high an average of men tal proficiency among the young men IIn the schools as there ought to be may have toeem one of time evl Idonces of wrong educational trend that President Woodrow Wilson of Princeton had 10 mind wh n ho was in PIttsburg last month and made a speech which has provoked discussion in all pants of the country and the dominant idea of which was that tho process to which the college man Is subjected does not render him servi ceable to the country as a whole The PIttsburg Press e r Fertile Land of the Globe It has been estmlated that the fer tile lands of the globe amount to 28 000000 square miles the steppes to1 14000000 and the deserts to 1111111 Fixing 207 persons to the square mile for fertile lands 10 for steppes and ono for deserts as the great popula tion that the earth could properly noti ish the conclusion has been arrived at that when the number of inhabi tants reaches about 6000000000 our planet will be peopled to its full capacity At present it contains a little more than onequarter of that number says Harpers Weekly If the rate of Increase shown by the recent census should be uniformly maintained Jt is thought that the globe would bo furry peopled about the year 2072 Well BegunHalf Done Sidney was walking on the beach with his Uncle John when his uncle twoI gan searching By and by he ran to his uncle crying Oh Uncle John Ive found one of them Attractive Summer Tours The Illinois Central Railroad Com pany 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tary n Jndeed not words at all but more sounds toys Robert A Sanbo- ris the Delineator for July syllables are thea used but atnrp- m Y exercises In control of tho vooa O11gI1nl3o M soon as by have n1Uf1tP- rad 1JI1o slnsple positions whole rwOl are given the clJdlll and later onth- tgilabha e fTO correo if necessary- In ltactl oven the older pupils who have long since gradumted from thP primary drill in fPecch afro vlgtlantly watched for slovenly habits of artlc- uk ion SamtrdilDes the child fails In 6uf l- clPnotJy vocaHzlng II word The po rlton wnl be excellent but the sound Ill weak The Reacher then directs uUso your voice Tbo child relliUy- unool6ands this direction and sup plies the dtlolency The meaning of the pbsase and the way of obeying It Are taught nl the very boginnftdg of tho work by tolding too childs hand 40 the upper part of tho teacher- 4dlost where ho feels the vtbraUoa OIl the vocal cords His hand is hee- alpWcd to his own chest until ho hM produced eimIhr vlbratloIlis Durln thlademonstratlon his eyes are kep- In observation of the teachers Ups and the dfroctabn la rap t ted until he- a19 learned it meanlng The making of aspinint sounds re- qutring rihoforcible Exh1lIa lon of Ibre1d JB explained by using a feather whlch- C blown outward The ohUd a- kerns ro the meanings of blow and breMh tor torts exercise To old n child Jn reproducing gu Rural sounds 10 teacher holds one cf his hands to her throat nM to Pr rostadls for the nasal ones and hen ptaoes the hand to Oda own throat Qr nostrils until he- maode and left the same vlbraUocs The sounds of k and g being for mod lilt he back of the tongue are ac- rqualnted with tLlftlcuhy In spite o Ja fact Alec who Is only 3 year s old cn pronounce cow as clearly a- san hearing child The mirror Is of particular aasis- tance In teaching the child the post tIons behind the sounds of these Last servekthes and conSequently speech An bour of nearly every day Is devoted to zat tag with each one he is given the profitable amusement of sIDog him el IInlk This with the baby Js one of the most popular features of his tralndng He sees his own mouth and hts teachers Fide by rude and Ls Lhus able to observe the tongue from base to tip to compare POsitions and- Oo so perfect himself of too plfUlurable task of learning speech Private Boarding Rooms and board first class for one dollar per dAy for translCIllts Home phone 7226 MRS LEE DOWELL 840 3rd Ave Loulsvillu Ky The Belief in Elixirs of Youth From a cold In the the head tocau oar I cam prevent or cure them aU I- IaLys the famous Dr Doyen speaking ed ills new and marvektns med clne he mays is composed of extracts from not IIbI fmanents Has he found What thousands of II- Iemtsts and chemists have been seek Inox for more than 2000 years Unhappy the thonsaard fttlurus of th thave shaken our sonfldence and even It Dr Doyens remedy IS all that kteclaims for ita year must elalpse before the wowed at large recognizes M vlrtnes- Plgypt WAs the birthplace of elixirs otll and the Aloxanidlna monks pub ilahed so many books upon the subject and upon the possibility of maknog gold artificially that the Empolo- 131ocktlan r lost pattnee and ordered alt the volumes to be collected and Yutnei Next the Arabs tackled thw subJct and do the course Or their aesCarol made soveral valuable discoveries eome of Wl hfi sell PrCSlrveo Nhcdr au door AmbJ neat esThesenee aIeoho borax and alkali The word eUxlr- is purely Arablq The groat Roger Bacon while ndt Wvll1lg to alt tht1 magical gLbbarlh c- tiIo alehomists of his day Yet had Wih in the possibility of a true e11xlr rate HIs JdjlL wo tmat ittshould- oalmposod bo of aurum potablle liquid- leamposde gt of aurum patnbUe lIquld old that Is gold dissolved to nitro lItdroeblorle acid His belief is toUt r4roalled by the tract that this acid Is lImpwu today as aqua reglA royal wMfln told tk Pope of the Ume- Nicl10tu Y his theories anid In iltanced astoryDien buversally- Movedthat w as old man of 80 plowing In a field in Sicily turned up a gol den Phlal of yellowlIquOr jlnd drinking It at once was turned into a sturdy youth IIn thee fifteenth century a bello bnw nn tho somewhcne In the world existed a fountain thO waters Otwhlo would confer perpetual youth In lot the famous Powon de Loom set out from Porto Rteoson a searoh for this fountain and tis a result discover ed Florida Alas Instead of youth the dacovery Proved his death H8 dIed from the effectS of a wound mndE by the poisoned arrow of a Florid a IndJan nTo come to later times Count 3la tel ptnforuled Kane marVelous cures 1turd sadly puzzled the Iwarld of medl oleo by etectric elixirs prepared from I lIe 113Jps of a argenumbr of different trous including the oodar laurel PIne fist elm polar ec and from certain shrubs growing on the Apennlns the names of which he kept tecret- A little later Prot Loeb rondo tho startling announcwnent that common salt Is the true elIxir of life and that It not only keeps the heart to action but anew cause It to boat abate lPulsa lion has ceased It Is curious that the famous quack Paracevus n great many years are gave careful 10- BtruO tons for the preparation of an IJllxlr oC salt Some eight or nine years ago Dr Albert Robin of Parts prepared a reJ- uvenawr which certainly had re Itsaelate Ingredient was glcerophflphat sodiumnpotash and kola nut disBcoverles Attenalin an enormously expensive drug Is prepared from glen above the kldMYS of animals and h3S the property of lntroduclrig preEsur to the blood By Its aid animals that have been apparently drowned or sat focated have twee restored to life and unlike the majority of socalled ollxlrs- adrcnall1 has taken its place in the iharmcopo while no elixir has yet proved itself to be a medicine of valuable prope- ldlesCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought 4110fsignature or Sheep Raising is Profitable Good sheep are profitable whoa well handled md In districts of count adaptEd to sheep Of course sb 1I do the hest op dry Iandlow molut swampy lands are not suited to thP sheep The fenced pasture fence d hog tight is the proper thing A9 to the number of sheep an acre of land will pasture depends upon the grass the acre will PrOduce some acre will Produce ten times moro gtss than others blrouSi they are sodded closer more gross grows on the grout d The bas llIushiJUon we can give R guide in this regard would IJP In corn parl50n to cattle It has always been estimated that a cow In pasture hay and feed will consume about the CQu31 of eight to tn sheep We think thi should be lowered a little say een to eight sheep Sheep do not neces sarlly need large areas to graze over In the Eastern and Now England Staves the farms are fenced WIth very small pastures often but three to five acros In an enclosure and the swap do well It Is a good plan to change sheep to her pastures whe the enclosurES om very small The larger the pauturo the less the ned for a change There lire Insect enemies of the esheep but not anything very serious The sheep tIck is costly gotten rid of by dipping Intestinal stomach and lsng wonms are readily destroyed by a low doses of turpentine and oil The main ohing Is to select the breed of sheep you fancy most then get a pure bred ram and breed to a decided lrr2rrotwcent each year la the crop of lambs There is no class of stock than the small tamer can breed and handle to more profit fcT the forest wont than sheep eboeptpoultryIvx Banks on Sure Thing Now I Ill never be without Dr KIngs Now Life PWIs again wr1es A Sghingdck 647 Elm St Buffalo N lme of ehtoalo attpr tlont when all oRhea fallod Une IndsboDebiItty 25c alt all druggists m Building Contracting It you are going to build a Dew house or repair tke old one I Would like to make you p11loos op the oSt- 9f the labor and can furntish the m tonal If desired Will woPk la the country also Good references D WWAKELAND Bulkier contractOr r Hartford 1Cy THE WEEK BY JOHN F PORTER The week Is a blbleperlod of tim It to the market nos well ctahel anon exact and simple dlvJston of time 1 consists of seven dy with tbet dark and light features The week la the mtxlsuro of Jchova- Jd1s or creation and rest and wherm 3ar it occurs In the bible It IIlP3ll5 a period ot OVfl1 definite periods Mute The week began with the cnat1on The first dayaf creation was the firsi- day of the week And God oa11e d Ithe light day and the darkness hE called night And tbn evening and the morning were the flrot day or day one There are seven pnods Ilk this In the week and are enumerat ed as follows And the evening and morning we the tlrtt day Gen 115 Second dl versa 8 third day verse 13 day verse 19 tllCth day worse 23 sixth day verse 31 He rested on the seven h day Gen 22 This record being true the week was establlthed at creation and Its days numbered In stead of being named This record shows but seven days The first week therefore ended with the close of the seventh day The next weak day tUIJIQWed the reveiuUi day mu it bare been the beginning of another week The first day of the second period oC sevenThen follow di he second day third day fourth day fifth day sixth day and thaw the seventh or last day Qf the second weak As the consecutive days came oiled passel each period of seven days marked off n week of time as reckoned upon this earth So too the week Is Go complete common dtyiaor of Gada system ot time ns revealol In the bible Note In this connection that as the seven days make a week so too seven of these bring us to the lay of Pentecost Also that every oenth year ss a sabbath to the land and that seven of these brings us to the jubilee Thus we have a wk of day S n week ot weeks and week of years atd a week of years weeksard I1It their end the sound cf tlhe seventh trumpet proclaims liberty throughout the land The laws number are not only set forth Ill the bible but enter Into the very structure art our universe Everynhing Is numbered In nAture The leaves upon the trees an the gresees of the field conform to the laws of number A tailing boy lsgov- erned In Its descent by l fixed aun thematdcal law as well as every plan et and the earth IGrdlt as It sweop around ito solar centre The seines of chemistry shows that the elements which aet a Into th structure at all JiS whether ganic or irorgadc are arranged l definite mnrlhcmatlcal proportlons Th- reClatlons of the spectroscope lirt- no less startling for It reveals the tat that the different colors are dub t the dltterent numbers of light vibrations So too lm music The ylbra don number of middle C is 264 if It- rInorecta or diminish the vlbratlol13 lie string a stow tone Is produced Every tore has Its own number ot alo1 sounds is such that number govern them aU And there is primp basal number which lies at the tourldatJlon of aU musical sounds rrhllt GodIsIn the creation The week Is the ba sis of time The week too enters In to the plan of redemptuom and rroi tutlon It was nor sary tJherotore that the week should rtalft WIth the ore31 lon and do its roptenary sequenoo should measure all corning time It- is thought by some that the week be atSiniireBut the week could no more have begun at Sinai than music to have begun there on tlhe law of falling to have come into opera 5loa then For thousands of years bodies ha been tailing planets and the earth ha been la motion and would It not be strange that justthen they should oollle under obedience to law Sound had long bn made different ton for thousands of years had been hear and could rt be possible that before this there was no basis number of a1 these tones Not so When the tJrft tone was heard away hack at tlvd ere anion when too morning stars sang to gether it was then the laws of musIc oven In the creation of the oondoc Lions of sound took definite nlathemat cal form So theork lit came IrJX eXIstence day by day as the croatlvl3- aoB were the fabric of the material world The week Is woven Into the history of Gods creation nod Itcar never be moved from Its lace as lprsg WI the record of creation remains Men may Ignore the record or shut their eyes mid refuse to VO it yet Jt Is there and Its pronto may be traced nmong- Ad3ttDaldecendantAs well ns tfuel1JllJle through all porn AgeS Lt Js an uniooatrovertnble fast that t no dates are solentlUc bUtt those found In the bible All dates are simply suceSslye along the chains of time tnomha first weak and each wAOk Is a link In that Chain U11yty days after oJeavlDi Sgypt we II lend Israel before Mt Sine and re f GodifPakeT7lo one referring to the week ranaa Sabbalrcu later and do all thy Work but i dfie sovontl day is the Sabbath of the r Lord h God In it thou shalt not do any work thou nor thy ron nor thy thyQfmalll servant nor thy cattle nor gatesto1nth the ilea and all that l5 them Is and rested the seventh day wherefore the Lord blesed the Sob bath day nerd hallowed ItExo 2010 thNaus- bathe above command as spoken asIthough they knew all about the week hand its dislalou into six dos and the teOIlth of rest He says Remember the Sabbath day to keep holy How could they remember LtI day Jt they had not known about tietoro lC the week was not known beto that time why should God say I the seventh day Is the Sabbath How i could they have known which day ifwasho seventh day- Yours tor truth QandUtC Medicine Guarantced to cnre Colds and LaGrippe i In 24 hours Headache and In 30 minutes At druggist NeuralgiaI J C Mendenhall 6ledicl6e Co EmnlJleladj Trinnial ConcleaveKnights i Templar Aug 13For above occnslon Illinois Censaa l R1Jlroad Co give spcei al raw on 1150 round trip from Beat or Dace Ky special mate from otbnr points on upprecatlon dater ot sale Augum 4 Ii G and 7 1910 Final return limit August Litt exczitt upon dcoposlt of ticket and ira memt otI too cf b0 cents an extension ot final limit to Sept Gth 1910 mow be secured J E WlILIAIS Agent Chlldron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAa Building Up Wealth The manager of n big i4owvr house I recently nhado an earlyls ot the i amount of fuel energy In 1 pound of coal which was nctually con rtoo InI to olrotrlcal energy useful for work iiOne POund ot coal aunt be taken to Ofe10000 work units this innpit 1960 In the sUck b60 banking fires SOU lu radiation and wordsawore la the engine room 370 more work beatfwere In the condenser so that the total engine room ICIiS were 5180 work units lu outer words says System only 100 work unbs were ae tually usable out of the possible 10 000 work units In a pound ot coal siniiThere Is more Catarrh In this sec I lion of cth9 country than all tllor dis eases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be Incur able For a grout many years doo ors pronounced tt a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con localtreltlmmlthM proven catarrh to Ue a oonJUu stlo al treatment HaWs Catarrh Curt Coddat cure o1 the market It Is taken Int lrnolly in doses from 10 drops to a 1blooddollarsdI case CUre 1Addretiilade OhioJSold by Druggists 7bC Take Halls Fondly 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premium catalogue and new cash prize offers Address mE Iccm E0211 to 341 W 77th St NeW yon ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else failss In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy ns thousands have testified ANDSTOMACH It Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter IJ + + JIJ++ IIIfft 1 THE KENTUCKY LIght and Power Coi i ti k t4INCORPORATED I- IjWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE lIT COST I i Iji BE WITHOUr THEM WHEN IN iREACH i i E G BARRASS Manager II tttt6IlltI- OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 154 THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 rUE REPUBLICAN and Home olio Farm 125 THE REPUBIICAX and Twicea 11eekOwensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 REPUBLICAN stud JJallY vwenBDoro Inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twice a Week Oboro Messenger 175 rUE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 REPUBLICAN and ilnClnllatl Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refuted tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING acceptinghisBookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can convince you 76 per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesFOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet WIlY Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRRUGHOtiS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IISDoroaaTLD EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUtS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS T M w s 0 c J T Our Annual MidSummer yJnlw r WiN I At JULY 2 to JULY 9 INCLUSIVE July the 4th practically marks the end of the Clothing and Dress Goods Season As we have done a large busiAness the past season and reaped a fair reward for our work we can afford to close out the balance of our sum mer stock at whatever price it may bring We must clear the decks for action in the fall hence these extraordinary bargains in Mens and Boys Clothing Ladies Dress Goods Etc We do not hesitate to say that this is the most imporant sale ever held here Rather than wait until the end ot the season when the demand would naturally be less and it would be more difficult to move such an enormous stock we employ the most effective means ever prompted by good business methods and offer the people of Hart ford and surrounding country the most unusual values ever given them RareBargainsatMoneySavinjz Prices CLOTHING 20 Mens and Young Mens two and threepiece Suits in beautiful grays blues and fancy Serges At 1675 18 Mens and Young Mens two and threepiece Suits in beautiful grays blues and fancy Serges at 1475 10 Mens and Young Mens two and threepiece Suits in beautiful graysblues and fancy Serges at 775 8 Childrens Knee Suits in beautiful grays greens and blues at 025 0 Childrens Knee Suits in beautiful grays blues and fancy Serges at 425 4 Childrens Knee Suits in all colors at 285 Wo also have some still greater bargains in Odd Pants carried over from last season We have no room for them and they are yours at from twothirds to onohalf the original price 1 MENS AND BOYS OXFORDS 250 Oxfords the W L Douglas make at219 3 Oxfords the W L Douglas make at250350 Oxfords the W L Douglas make at 295 They come in Vici Kid Patent Leather Tans and Gun Metal LADIES AND MISSES OXFORDS 250 Oxfords the G Edwin Smith make at 198 3 Oxfords the G Ddwin Smith make at250350 Oxfords the G Edwin Smith make at295W- ASH DRESS GOODS 20c Flaxon 32 linches wide a good assortment of Colors and Patterns at 16 Jc per yard 15c Flacon 32 inches wide a good assortment of Colors and Patterns at 13c per yard INDIA LINENS AND PERSIAN LAWNS3- 0c India Linens and Persian Lawns at22c20- cIndia Linens and Persian Lawns32 in wide16ic I LADIES SKIRTS AND SHIRT WAISTS ETC I 450 Skirts in all Colors at 350 6 Skirts in all Colors at425 t 10 Skirts the late Styles and Makes at 675 50c Shirt Waists in white only 4 39c A 1 Shirt Waists at 85c 150 Shirt Waists at 120 One lot of Misses White Hose sizes 5 to 10 worth 10c 15c and20c at 5c One big lot of Taffeta Ribbons No 22 to 80 atl0c LADIES DRESS GOODS 1 Woolen Dress Goods and Silks in all colors9Cc 75c Woolen Dress Goods and Silks in allcolors55c 60c Woolen Dress Goods and Silks a big range of Colors and Patterns at 43C This is Only a Partial List of the Many Attractive Bargains 4 1 Found in Our Big Clearance Sale This Sale will commence on July 2nd and end July 9th Lots of money to be saved here now and w think thejabove prices will convince you of the fact We have lots of shorts lengths and broken lots that we1 willclose buyerswillI IAINCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky 1 ri r- jy s r r