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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11thjtartf ri tpnb1idU FinS Job Work t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXIT HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 1 1910 No 50 CONGRESS ADJOURNS 1fI Rev eW bg Work accom pUshed During Session Most Remarkable In History for Strenuious Times In Many Respect h washington DIe June 25WIth Uro adjournment ot Cotrgre a brief revluwof whM legIslatIon has been QC- GOmpl1shed will Ibo In Plaice and It WUl be found that Ithe record or the- pnseen4 Conlgnees has seldom if over boeaexceUed in the numb and In the importmJce ot the bills epos ed ThlrlI- Iyo4llx thousand bills were ottenod idu- rJIIi theEeSSlon tweatYeevon thousand by the House and nine thousand by the Senate to say nothing ot hundred ol resolutions on a variety of subjects In no previous sessIon have mo tIrulIlY bills been presented With reference to tholtC reform rnentswhtch have beCOme known ao the bills of the Pre3idenCs pro grm there are many instances ot aco- ompl1shment Perhaps fIrst la importance Ys the wGIbl hmento postal SavJngs banks Then a TsvlslOI1l or the railroad laws lmvolving the croatian of a commia- oton court The admission of the states ot Now Mexico and Arizona as soparale states raising the number of sovereign states In the Union to forty I otght A very Important bill was rthat glv DIg w Ute President unlimited author Lily to wlhdraw ppub1Ic lands fcr con S61VatdOIt purposes Under oUtls act tho President was granted power to Withhold lands from settlement and I to conserve the water power and at t210 same time the act provided for tho agrleultural entry of coal lands which will open to sTtlementt lit Is mid as much IS sIxty million acres reserving M the same time the COal right to the government The increase of the Navy while not Including many ships ot the tlret- cLus was elgniflcant In the fact that there were appropriations for two babtteships of 27000 tons each These are to be armed with 14lnch guns which It Is said will make them more formidable than any battleship on the- seas There were apraprialtons also tor four torpedoboa destroyers two oolliers and tour suhmiarines and an hrerea of three thousand seamen wtns provided for In the bill The pubUcLty campaign bill is con lI1dered ot greAt Importance In that caadWates must wIthin a short tome after eleCtion publish the amount ot campaign contrIbUtions A bill auIhorizing an apropriatlon- of twenty millions In certCcateS of lndebtedne to continue reclamation project was passed Also a bill creating a Bureau ot Mince A WI1 appropriating 250000 for the eupport ot a tariff board was another of the PreuWents bills that had much oposlUop lbefare tt was finally pms ed Bills looking to the suppressioa or traffic In white slaves provIding anew t rift system for thsPhilippine Islands promoting prohibition In the Hawaiian Islands creating a ootnmis sian to consider econfmica In the- inarcexner of tM national government rem other drpportat4 enact- ia9ni i 300OOO was approprriated for the ntitsing and removal of the wrecked batUoshtp Maine ki Havana Harbor Cuba Atmong the masunes which failed to pl8 although + ft was well known rhat the Preaidettt tavored them WIllS a ship sqbs1dy bill an antiinjunction lla iWlllor anewfarm Vern meat ta Alaska and also 9n Panama ro bills tocreaw 14JuitMJat eah1f providing iporeased rates of pDlage lor secondclass mall matter and JO- bistBbliah the Appalachian Forest Il3 ritrrerraken all in all thus has ben a- ceiarkably strenuous Congress and tkane Is no doubt but that a reCord Bias been et which will be a sUInullit1- iiW exs lotol1OOeedL g Congresses Apart from the reformative and prat- rgti lye regtslatdoa abOVe roerred- rkl to Congress has In a conepicuou3 way reformed Itself os D dllbemlLv and parliamentary bOdy It has taken pOw er from the Speaker It has reformed its eystm1 of conducting business and its oaganlzatlon for work Is more ettedtv8 now than It wag at the be ftinfngof the session The Speaker has been rumored from the Oxn- tnittee on Rules and a new rule hM boon adopted which it tw thaughtiwill prevent withholding bills try ohm nitte when such bills have the QlProval ot the majority of the House without regard to part 100000 Damage by Cloudburst Lexington Ky June 28CloudbUrst In the mountains of Eastern Kentucky last night caused damage estimated ot 100000 swept dwelllng from theIr foundations destroyed considerable standing tImber So tar as can be learned day no lives were last The sorms vented theIr giwatest fury In FlOYd and Knott counties The creeks became torrents in a few min utan raged through the gullies and wept away everything In their paths Great tree trunks borne on the swift currents rammed Into dwelllngs on the banks demolishing the structures WIth the fIrst roan of the streams the mountain folk abandoned their cabIns and fled to the hills Those who hesitated had narrow escapes but It Is bclieved that no deaths resulted Several scare families boat III their porsessionu RESIGNS AS PRESIDENT THIRD NATIONAL BANK John J McHenry to Resume Law Practice at louisi villeILouisvlllq Ky June 29 John J MoHenry reJtgned as president ot the Third National Dank ata meeting of Ute directors otIthat InstItution held yS terday afternoon and hIs resignation was accepted A S Rice who has boon connectsd wIth the lnstl utlon since last September In the capacity ot active vIce presIdent was chosen at the meeting yesterday as acting president It Is likely that he will be elected president of the bank at the nxt meeting ot the directors The restgna ton of Mr McHenry dId not come as a surprise yesterday as he had been Intimating for some time that he dosired to return to the ac tho practice ot law He Is already II- nwmber ot the law firm of Burnett McHenry Datson Carey and practiced law succeSsfully for twenty years before he became Identified with the Thirds National Bank He had been a3ociated In the practice of law at different time with Judge James P Gregory and Judge Geo DURelle The huldings of Mr McHenry In the Third National Bank it Is under food will pas to another Mr McHenry has been president ot the Third National flank since the win tar of 1907 During his adminlstra- tion the bank has prospered the capItal stock having increased since 1907 from 200000 to 300000- A S Rlcewho its now acting presl deut ot the Bank has had wide eX psrueace He CAme to touisviUo from Oynthlana the first of last Sep elmber He has been successful as a banker For some time he was oonneoted with a bank In Cincinnati At Mr McHemys home last night I was stated that he had gone to the country and would not return to LOuis yule before Thursday morning Lawn Party- Mr and Mrs Jim Hurt gave the young folks ot Sulphur Springs a par ty Saturday night Gamestof Various kinds were played refreshments were served and the guests did not depart until a late hour Those present were as follows Misses Christine Capon ot Drakesboro Elton Huff Judelle Bean Mercedees Canon Dee King ora Idldkttt Myrtle Canon Ruth and va F6nnanrIEuln HuM Garnet and Martini Johnston Messrs Otis Huff Otis Stevens Bernice and Oombie Nnlbrs WU lie Rnssell Acton Felix Brown Parvht and Marvin itUdklU Jesse Huff ROSo coe and Roy FInn Emmett Taylor Homer Huff Jesse Kuykeadoll and Lendruan Forman of Owonnbbm Mr and Mrs TOn Taylor Mr adr Mrs Charlie Hubtr Mrs Minnie Johnston s Wand J O Forman J KLUKtUX1N6 AT CALHOUN I I People Very Indignant At Act of Young Men Band Boy Who Saw Calhoun Girl Home Severely Whipped 1111 Calhoun Ky June 28The Inquiry by County Judge Higgs Into the klu klullng ol young HenrY Reap a mesa ber ot the Newburg fad brass band at this plat last Friday nIght has resulted In involving young men ot some ot the best families in calhoun There was a dance at the armory last Friday nIght Several members ot the band were present wbo dId not partlclpatt In the dunce but spent the evenIng by passing the time In company wIth young ladled present who dId not danCe When the hop was over young Reep accompanIed Miss Lula Glenn to her home On his return to the hotel where he was stoppIng he was assaulted by a party ot live or sIx young men the evidence of witnesses differing as tu the number- They were all strangers to Roop and he could not gIve the omcera the names ot his assailants At the Masonic banbecue In the Ballanrlne woods just below Calhoun On Green river Reep poInted out three young men who he saId were In the party which assaulted him The officials nt once began a thorough investigation resulting In an inquiry before Judge Hlggs today The evidence has not yet bOOn finished butt enough has been heard to ImopllC3te lour young men They are James Glenn son of the marshal at Calhoun and a cousin ot Mlss Lula Glenn Will Muster son of J W luS- ter 6X4Il13uhal ot Calhoun Winston Hobson Zen otr C E Hobson and Stiles Owen son ot Mr oJ N Owen The evIdence has brought out the names ot the tour mentIoned but Is stronger against Glenn and Muster than the other two It is thought that the sault Is due to the fact that one ot the boys was jealous ot the attentions of Reep to Miss G1 nn md that he seCured a few friends and waylaid Reop and gave him a thrashing The Newburg band came toGtlhoun to play for the Masonic barbecueSat- urdayand were there as the gUests of the Masons and they feel sod OVer the treatment accorded one ot theIr guests There Is a disposition on the part of many O drop the Case but the Masons and their friends In sist on going to the bOttom ot the affair and a prosecution ot the gull ty This feeling to Prosecute In the prtJnt case Is largely due to former kluklux acts Reap Is not the fIrst young man to be whIpped here said to be due always to the jeAloUs ot some young man and the people ate tired of this kInd ot conduct The feeling is such that they have deter mined to put a stop Ito It The charge against those against whom the warrants will be taken ill be breach of the peace COurt Notes Circuit Clerk E G Barra has rQeelveAd nutico from Judge T F Blrkhald to the effect that the motion for a new trIal In the case of Smith against the Broadway COal Mining Company a uftor the establishment ot a public road has been overruled It is trot probable that any further steps will be taken by the Coal Company And tlOOl theroad Will be opened lilt the neAr future This has been d long tlroIwn out proceed Iog having been appealed from an order ot CIrcuit COurt establlehing the rOOd Judge R R WOOdIng has sustained the motion of the defentktnt G M Maddox and granted him a now trIal to the case of the OdmimOIllWeelath against him therein lie waS tried found guilty nn3 fined 100 for ISo tulting ibis atgterInjaw Mrs Viola Maddox The ease is now 8Ef lorotrlal Tuesday Julyt 19tl TheprosectIUon ofW S Allen on a charge of obstructlnga parsway wal heard is CountyCourt last Saturday 1 n and xtsuitirg In a hung jury three beIng for convictIon and ithree for acquIttal This Is rather an unwu allegedtbuysho admits he did obstrut Is one whch- It euabllshed at all has been stab Ieb9d by prescription WhIch Is by long use as a matter ot right by the paTties complaIning The case lu set for trIal Tuesday July 19th Two warranre were issued Tuesday for Marshal DUggIn on affidavit ot WillIam Young one of whIch charges him Ih destroying tobacco plant d another WIth having Inujred and destroyed growing corn1ot Young BaCk of thIs alleged infraction of law is- a caste In Circuit Coutt whereIn Dug gIn Is claiming a portion of what Young thinks is his farm and abOut which litigation has long been pending the case at one time havIng gone to the COurt of Appeals where Young contentions we are informed were sustained Duggin hOPer still- contends that the land is his and this is why he dostroyed the plant bed and corn growing thereon BOWLING GREEN NO LONGER DRY CITY dvacates of High License Win Victory After Stubborn Contest I Green Ky June 28Bow l voted for high license to Bolllng majority ct 87 The reSult end one ot the most lIlt contested local option electIons ueJYThodrizzling rain but this did not dismay the rwolme- nwio began arriving as early as 5 oclOCk to participate In fire vote ou- t1t911oc l option question The skies cleared about 9 oclock and all Bow ling Green went out and took a hand In the scrap Bowling Green voted dry three years ago and the result today overturns the verdIct then expressed The majorIty ties was 2S for prohibition Todays result shows S7 nis- jority for high license that being the platform ot the autiprohibftUmlts James Hnedrlcks and Henry Stoyall workers for the wets were arrest ed early In the day charged with attempted bribery Later W F Toops one ot the dry leaders was arrested on a sImilar charge John Jackson Maliue Lucas Charles Johnson J M Morse I N Frost and J H Burch who were registered at the special registration JUlie 1i were arrested todayy on a charge ot Illegal registration It Is lIeged they live In LouisvilleJudge B HInts was arrested for alleged breach of the peace A small boy charged the judge with pus In hIm on the street There Is great rejoIcIng among the wets to nIght SHARP NATIONAL PRESIDENT A S OF E Chosen to Succeed Drayton Who Tendered His Resignation I At a meeting ot the National Executive committee ot the American So clot of Equity held a the headquar ters In IndIanapolis June 8th the resignation ot Mr Drayton as National President was accepted and Mr DL F Sharp ofI Kentucky Vice President succeeded to the presIdency Mr Thomas Emerton ot Bloomington Wisconsin was selected by the bOard l3 vise president to succeed Mr Sharp Both Sharp nndEmertopare old ecuity workers have been connected WltJIi the organization from Its beginning It is understood that President Drayton was forced to re lInqui3h tha iresldency on account ot- III health Besld the conslder lon of Mr Draytont resignation a number of important matters were taken up by the Board and disposed of In a satisfactory manner Notice I will buy scrapIron and junk of aU Ellisl GANTRILL WINS RAGE Defeats Thomas In Primary by 3000 Votes Burley Society Given Set Back In Attempt to Control Politics After one of the horde fought and most sensational pollUolI rom plgns ever waaged In this s ction ot Kentucky Representative J Campbell Cantrill ot Scot county was renomi nated for Cocresbr the DemQCrats or the Ashland dIstrIct In Saturdays primary defeating his oploll nt Sate Senator Claude M Thomas ot BourbO county by the deoirive majority of nearly 2500 voWs Canrlll oirred six out of the eIght counties ot the dIstrict In elud- Ing Franklin county which Ms most ardent supporters had concntkd to Thomas In the closIng days ot the campaIgn OfficIal returns from all the coun ties of the district were not obtata- abbp Saturday night owing w meager telegraph and tleepltore connoCtlon wIth some Isolated preclnas In coun ties off the rairold like Owen but where the official figures are missng the reported VOe Is given enabling the reader to term a pretty accurate estimate ot the result O1Intr1I1 home county ot Sccrt was expected to give hIm a big majorItY but even his most enthusiastic sup lwrters there dId not look or such an indorsement at the hands ot hIs pe pro as he received Sweet Owen Htnry and oldham although strong tobacco counties and loyal to the burley pool helped to swell his pluralltrwhl1e Fayette county seemingly forgetting the treatment ot Hon W P Kimball at the hands of Cantrlll and his lstwo years ago wheeled Into line for the Scott county man wIth a majority of nearly 50- 0Senator Thomas home county stood nobly by hIm rolling up an even kart geT majority for her favorite wn Ulan Scott dId for Cantrlll Woodonl coun ty which is In the sure judlclalt district with Bourbon Joined her sinter lit supou ot Thomas wIth a majority ot about 350 But thIs encouraging showing availed little Whw1 the Thomas srength In other counties failed to go to the pulls There Is no question but what the stayathome vote badly crippled Senator Thomas ThIs was Particularly true In Lexington where his vote tell far short ot the expectation of h13 managers Tho returns show that only In two counties ot the dlstrlCl Scott and bourbon did the full Democuatic vote come out In the other six counties onlyabout a halt vote was lolled nearly 6000 Democrats based on the figures ot the last election Calling to go to the pollsLexington Leader- SMALLHOUS JUne 29Mr T R Barnard Hartford was at Sniallhous Tuesday Mrs James Hallows and sons Samuel Kinibley Morton and James Dl M- Louisville and lIt le MiSSeeVary and Ethel Barnard were gUEsts ot Mr and- Mrs Sam Morton recently Mrs James S Trunnel and three children Utica have returned to heir home from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and other relatives here and at Ceraivo Miss MaggIe Hunter cerahO Is the guest ot her brother Mr RobeK Hun ter and family at this place Mesdames Shultz Maria- RobertsonHartfordMlsses Maude and EunIce Shultz Narrows returned to their home Tuesday after several dtlys visIt to their brothers N D FUlker son Billie FUlkerson Mr WeaVer Hooker and James HFulkersonc- lIIFa Sarah Barnard tell and It Is thought dlslooated her hip last Sun day while on her way home from church Sunday School Is progressing nicely nt Smallhous church Among thosi p who were visitors Sunday were Airs J T Shultz and daughters Misses Maude and EunIce NarrowS Jlhn J W Robertoon Hartford Mrs J W Trunnel and children Utica Mr and Mrs J H Wood Ceralvo ollr And Mrs Johns Sr Mr and Mrs Arthur J Johns Miss Janle Boons and brother Jlmmlo Boone Nelson Creek were the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Boons Sunday Mr and Mrs Spicer Nelson Creek were the guests ot Mt and Mrs W1l1 Boone Sunday Mr Ben Ross went to Tenneson IndIana last Saturday and returned Monday Miss Carrie James has returned from n vIsIt to Misu Irene Tlchenor- Centertow n alias Maybelle East dar has secur ed the school at the Hunter school house near here Mr Tom Vhi e near here had three nIce hogs killed by lightnIng last FrIday night r Among the Lodges Ropgh RIver Lodge No 110 Knight of Phlas had a piendid meeting Tuesday evening durIng which the Page Rank was contestedupom one stranger and sIx pages were given the Rank of EsquIre On next TUeSday evening the new officers will btJ In stalled and it Is hoped that many of the mndldates can the given the third rank Knights H E Drown E P Moony and WIlliam LIons were all pointedon the auditing commtoo METHODIST PASTORS IN CONFERENCE I Owensboro District Meeting Held With Hartford Church The DistrIct Conference of the M E Church South for the Owensboro District met IlL Hartford Monday the first services being held Monday eVen Ing Dr young ot Owenshoro was to have delivered the opening ssmon but was Ptevened front attending on accOunt ot sickness and Rev SmIth SOn of the Owen oro cIrcuit preached the opening sermon Im a very ac ceptable manner Tuesday was taken up with a program In the 1ntorest- of the Epworth Ieague and many bright speeches were made which had to do with the work of this Important organIzation Wednesday was given over to themes In conneeion with Sunday School work closing with au address by Rev Leltchlleld Wednesday nIght which was head by a larro audIence and was one ot the strongest appeals In behalf ot the Sunday School which has eVer been heard In this part or the stao The District Confer neo proper wo opened by the presiding elder yesterday morning and will conic to aoCl03e today The conference has been a- very great suteers from every stand point and Hartford has been benefited by the coming of so man devout workers In the cause ot christianity There are present abOut twenty five mInisters And as manyy lay deloate3- wth quIte a number of ladles all or whom are being entertained by citI zens of the town In their homes FOR THE BUSY READER ChIef Justice Melvile W Fuller or the United States Supreme Court was yesterday elected presideut of the Harvard Law School AssocIation The PresIdent has decided that District Attorney Geo W DuRelle shan hold on for the present or until ha can give hIm something baser- It is expected President Taft will name Col Roosevelt as chairman ot the commissIon to report to Congrors the plans for Permanent and world wIde peace The law prohibIting railroads from charging more leI hauling freight J short distance than for a longer dis upheldS One man was killed one was fatally shot and seven others Were taken to hospitals suffering froth more or lets trloUIJIounds as the result or A pistol duel on the streets of Cleveland Tha shooting was done by Italians Senator Doles Penrose of pennBYI vania Ls believed to be the choIce ot the Inner circle to succeed Senator AldrIch of Rhode Island as Chairman I Of the Senate Committee on FInance 4I t r if r- a j 1 J i Our Annual MidSummer 1- t t I I JULY 2 to JULY 9 INCLUSIVE I 11 July the 4th practically marks the end of the Clothing and Dress Goods Season As we have done a large busi ness 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 wouldnaturally 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 andoffer the people of Hart ford and surrounding country the most unusual values ever given theni RareBargainsatMoneySaving 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 625- GGhildrens Knee Suits in beautiful grays blues and fancy Serges at 425 4 Childrens Knee Suits in all colors at 285 We 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 onehalf the original price 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 cinches wide a good assortment of Colors and Patterns at 16ic per yard 15c Flaxon 32 inches wide a good assortment of Colors and Patterns at 13c per yardI INDIA LINENS AND PERSIAN LAWNS 30c India Linens and Persian Lawns at22c20- cIndia Linens and Persian Lawns32 in wide6ic LADIES SKIRTS AND SHIRT WAISTS ETC 450 Skirts in all Colors at 350 6 Skirts in all Colors at42510 Skirts the late Styles and Makes at 675 50c Shirt Waists in white only 39c 1 Shirt Waists at85c150 Shirt Waists at 0 120 One lot of Misses White Hose sizes 5 to 10 worth lOc 15c and20c at5cOne big lot of Taffeta Ribbons No 22 to 80 atlOc LADIES DRESS GOODS 1 Woolen Dress Goods and Silks in allcolors9Gc 75c Woolen Dress Goods and Silks in allcolors55c 50c 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 Found in Our Big Clearance Sale fi This Sale will commence on July 2nd and end July 9th Lots of money to be saved here now and we think the above prices will convince you of the fact We have lots of shorts lengths and broken lots that we will close at less than cost to manufacture Shrewd buyers will take advantage of this moneysaving sale Careless buyers will let the golden opportunity escape them and thereby lose money Ta advantage of the opportunity IA I INCORPORATED I Hartford Kentucky j u s NEW LAWS IN EFFECT r Many Important Changes Made by Legislature List Given for Benefit of Our Citi zens Who Musf be Gov I fl erned Thereby t The bulk of all the acts enacted at the last session of the General As sembly became laws June 15 and are now effective the ninety days time 11 jnli after the adjournment of the Leg islature having expired The new laws that stand out proml neatly are those known as the prison reform measure which completely revolutionize the conduct of the salt penal Institutions providing as they do for the indeterminate sentence of convicted persons the extension of the parole system and the conversion of one of the state penitentiaries in a etate reformatory for convicts under thinly years of age Another radical law now In effect is the act changing the method of in flicting thee death penalty from hang Inc which has been the means elm ployed since the birth of the state to electrocution in the state peniten tiary The last Legislature created a new legal holiday Columbus day which will be celebrated October 12 next and every year thereafter Act creating a County Text Book Commission to adopt for use in the common schools of each county in this Commonwealth o uniform series of text books regulating the price thereof defining tlje powers and du ties of said commission and the method of selection of such text books and their distribution and prescribing penalties for violation Act fixing fine and irapnoslnmient for any persons drinking intoxicating liquors or being drunk or disorderly on trains or about any depot Act repealing the State Barbers Examlnadon Beard Law r Act making mother coequal with father as guardian Act fixing electrocution as the mean of Inflicting the deatfi sentence Act appropriating 4000 to provide for lifesaving apparatus for the in spector of Mines and assistants Act fixing qualifications of mine foremen and regulating their employ mentAct providing than if a defendant be In custody or on ball when the indictment is found or be summoned or arrested three days before the ithne fixed for trial the trial may take place at the same term of court Act Increasing the fee Of Jailers from fifty cents to seventyfive cents aday for dKeicg prisoners Act making County Treasurers dis bursing officers for road funds Act amending mechanics and ma terial mens lien law so that written notification is necessary before such lien shall be valid Act increasing salarles of Assistant Mme Inspectors from 1200 io 1500 annually Art to promote and compel the at tendance of children In schools to prevent truancy in cities of the ttttit second third and fourth class Act allowing deeds executed by mar rled women to be admitted to record la this state and amending the law relating to conveyances Act amending and increasing the scope of the child labor law and fix inig penalties for violation Act fixing Sheriffs bond in defi nite penal sum instead of double the amount of taWs Act fixing bonds of officers in definite penal sum Act relating to wights measures and balances and providing for the appointment of an Inspector of nEil ores in each county and fixing pen aWes for the use of false weights and measuresAct the sale of colored oleomargarine buttering or ktndrad compounds nvhen properly and pHanly brandedAct libel laws by provid ing that where newspaper or publl caitlon makes a retraction ooireolon explanation or rectification of thear Uclo complained of the same shall be a bar tp punitive damages Act making it lawful fort grow ers of any kind of farm produce to agree to abstain from growing any kind of crops for any given perl d or season Legalizes cutting outof crops Act amending the exemption laWS by making 10 per cent of persons Bern ing 75 or more monthly subject to execution ifor debt Act providing that eight hours phaM constitute a dar fr laborers and I There is to no prob lem of increasedcost of food if you eat more Quaker Oats An ideal food delicious appetizing strengthening Compared with other foods Quaker Oats costs almost nothing and yet it builds the best Regular 10c package and hermetically sealed tint for hot G2 mechanics employed on all public wor in this StateICheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wltl the publishers of the Inland Farmer enabledefurnish Hartford Republican and that paper one year for J160 The Inland Frmer Is a weekly Jour nal and one of the best farm papers Ouroreaders should take advantage of this offer U s Small Profits A study of the dairy conditions of tho Western Stlll PoS shows conclusive ly that the dairymen are not getting the profits they should from the money and labor invested In the business of producing milk Since there are dairy sections In Europe where they are feeding Anwicangrown grain to their cows and producing dairy products which are sold on European markets In competition with ours it Is im portant for the Araerclan dairymen to know what Is wrong with our methods and the details of the systm that permits profitable dairying on hand worth from five to ten times as much es that in the Central West la geeneral European dairymen have learned most thoroughly that to make money In dairying the first essential Is to eliminate every star boarder that pulls down the profits and have a good herda herd In which every Individual cow Is an economical pro ducer of a high order They have also learned that these good rows must be well and economically fed and cared for Illinois Experiment Stallion QUICKS COUGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Hendenhall Medicine CoErltlvllleftdd Sunflower Philosophy Father never has had a chance to prove it but It Is his opinion that this Is what happens every night at home when he turns the corner near flhe house There come father says mother Now Susie you are his favorite to you ask him outright to take us all to the show tonight If he refuses you set up a howJ John ny you scream and Mary you say you might as well have no father that the kale Brown children who hive no fattier get io go to all the shows Then I will look at him re proachfully and say John you ought to bo ashamed of yourself to deny the poor 11 tie things a litle pleasure like that If he still refuses chil dren Mvlll dress you up after supper and take you down for soda water and we will sart off looking abused and forgot Io Uiss him gOodbYe Here tae Is at the door children now dont fimget your parts And If he is good natured this mlghi be a good chance to ask top a new pony a lawn swing and pnmlsslon to buy a dogAloch1 son Kan Globe a Fine Land for Sale TCa have 460 acres of fine bottom fend from one and a half to two miles of Hartford part of It with timber Also about 75 acres of up land1 belonging to the same trot Terma easy Apply at once to Barnett Smith Hartford Ky tf He Took the Liberty A member of the International Pris on Commission once Inspected a Jail In Kansas and being much Impressed with the appearance and behavior of the prisoners teok occasion to express his approval to the warden Yes theyre a polite lot all right answered the warden arid quite EnuMtb Not long ago the smoothest of the bunch left us quite Informally ever since which time Ivebeen a lit tie atopMcal touching them The man escaped was thoughtful en ughCto leave ine a note of apology I hope you will pardon me be wrote forthe liberty I am taking Harpera Magazine Ohliarwn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CAlSTQRIA r JEFFRIESJOHNSON BOUT AT RENO State Authorities Will Interfere with Fight LangfordKetchel Fight May be Pulled Off in the Same Arena Reno Nev June 21Wdth Reno definitely fixed as the battleground with positive assurance from the governor that no attempt to interfere will be made by the State au thoriliJea and with reparations al ready under way for the building of an arena the JeffersonJohnson fight seems certain on July 4th A build Ing 300 feet square modeled along the linen of the structure begun at Saw Francisco will be erected The training quarters of Johnson have been eeititikxl on a road house three miles southwest of Reno Jeff rJes is stationed at iloana Springs three miles south of Reno There will IQ a double ifighl bill If Sid Hester succeeds in carrying out tale- pllJI1s to Sage the LangtordjKatdhel fight on the morning of the big battle and In the same arena It is understood that the Reno committees canvas for contributions is for the purpose of raising a sum sufficient to build an arena A per mit for the fight the cost of wWdh is 1000 was Included In Ronos original bid- Rickards official statement fol lowsI have decided to hold the Jet riesJohnson flglhi In Reno In mak ing the selection I wish to give my reasons for so doing Goldfield makes an offer which is hard to turn down They are the gamest lot of men I ever saw This morn ing a committee of Gcldfleld busi ness men offered to take me to a local bank and gualI1J Ice me 200 000 I decided on Reno however for several seasons In the first place I did not feel that fight tans of the East and West should be com gelled to take hat extra twelve hours ride across Lire hot desert to Goldfield Then again the people from San Francisco van ga here on the morn ing of July 4 and leave the same 1 night and be bacK to business nn Tuesday morning For this reason sand will come from San Francisco that would net go to Goldfield The Reno people have done atl they could They will build a suitable arena and buy the 1000 license for me TEX RICKARD A large crovd thronged the lobby of tno Hotel Goldfield wh re RIck ard was In conference with the Re no and Goldtleld committees A few mnu es after 32 o cluck a rumor spread that Reno load been chosen Shortly afterwaros came Rickards official announcement in the foaim of a signed statement from RlcknrJ There was great rjoifing among IheI waltlug tit en Hurrah for Reno Hurrah for Tex yelled the fight fans A Wretched Mistake to endure the Itching ipalnful distress of plies Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from pHos wrkc Will A Marsh of SIkr City N C till I goy a box of Buolclons Arnica Salve and was soon cured Burns Bolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczwia cuts Chapped Hands Chilblains van ish before It 25c at all druggists 111 Prince of Old Clothes The wonlds biggest old chothes shop is ito be found In London and It is presided over by John HymiUn who has rightly earned the title of the Prince of Old Clothes said Samuel J Stearns of London ait the Arling ton last night 1 3Ir Stearns is a manufacturer and exporter of woolen cloth JIlt Is to tiffs man myman continued Air Stearns that the lord our soldiers sailors policeman anllI mayor of London our army officers postmen send their costumes whet they have no further use for thenu Then not only do all the old cloth es of England find their way to Hy mana but rtho firm has established agents all over thecontinentanid Weekly shipments of the most miscellane ous garments you ever saw reached ith Prince of Old Clothes In one corner of his establishment you will see the discarded garments of some crack French regiment the next pile 111I consist of Jackets kttely worn by the Kaisers coldlera and lying alongside of them will be thousands of drew suits purchased from the leading Ger man hotels But the showy military costumes Bndtheplle of rock iats one tees T Ala r in the shop one day will be gone the next Indexed i Is surprising how quickly the gooda are disposed of and It = There where the romance of the whole business lies Mr Hyman may well be called the costumer of the dusky monarchs of Africa too The abroadtfrom 200 to 250 articles From 300 to 400 bales ore sent as a rule every month They go to all parts of the world Africa Asia India China and tar awuy japan They are eagerly Ought up by traders who sell them In the Oriental bazaars From the baaaare they find their way into the interior of the country and explorers and travelers have omen related how they have mat a native king in Cen tral Africa wearing a costume that put them In mind of a Life Guards mans uniform minus perhaps the belt and badly In need of a lb tIe pipe clay but nevertheless much prized by the owner 100 Reward 100 The ruidera of this paler will be pleased to learn the there is utJeast one dnxulor that science has been able to cure In all Its stages anti itfcat is Catarrh Halls Cutnrril Cure is the only ieltlvo cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stiutloiml treAtment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken nterrnally acting di reoJj upon the blood null mucous sur face of the Bysjem thereby destroy fag tho foundation of the disease and giving the patient alrength by build ing up the conbiitutlon and assisting nature In doing its work The pro prietors havo so much faith in its cur aitiive K wcm that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimo nialsAddsxfij F J Cheney Co To ledo Ohio Sold by Take Halls Family Pills for oon aUon m Claims to Have Found 90000 in Gold Chattanooga Tenn Juno 21Thom as L hedgers of high Point N C has published a staUiment to the offeet abut ho ilecemiidy found 90000 in i gold coin In hat Is known as the Rock louse Caveon the cinch rivl er 4n Hamoock Gauntry Tenne see Rodgers stlitcs that the information that such a sum of money was in the Dave was revealed to him In an Im palling dream An too relates It he wcent from Jila NotBh Carolina home b his childhood home in Hancock county to explore site rove and with a lantern made tile exiploraitloaii ailcw and found En a largo dbamber intuiy feet from tine entrance an upturned kettle under which was linked Ihry goldAround tshte old keitfle ware found rusty bayonets canteens and other hinigs indicating that the cave was used as n Pla ot refuge during the Civil War BdCdea tie keCjiilo wOe found the skttei coo of a mam and uipo a slate done elaib near by was an Inaonlytion itiolMng of iiie gold and di natinglUte filndcip to take charge of 1C ui oa caodi on that he bury fhe body of the owner bh a UesIjginateiS o1Kj on the Bunvmift of the mountain In wlhIoh tho cave Is located I UtahcaveSaved at Deaths DoorITho door of death to open for Murmy W Ajvrs of Transit Bridge X Y when iiilj lIre was wonderfully saved I was In a dreadful t5ondton ho writes tiny skin was atlmoit yellow eyes sunken toiigue coated emae aled from losing 40 pounds growing weaker dally 111 ul ni liver trouble pulluig mo lli vii 13 doaih in spite of iKxstora Then that matchless medicine Elect c Bt tera cured me I regained oiio 40 pounds lost and now am well and runs Fcf all st uiach diver and kdney bfoubles theypo supreme rOc at all druggists in EASTVIEW LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK June 21A large crowd attended communion services at Bolls Run Sunday MTB Mary Collins and Miss Clime Austin returned to their homes at Beaver Dam Sunday after spending a week with relatives In tithe vacliiIty Mr Virgil McEwen of Sturgis spent a law days last week In this commu nity Mr L D French visited relatives at Beaver Dam Sunday Mlisaes Nellie and Pearl Taylor of Habit spent from Saturday until Lion day with Mr and Mrs Ell Martin Mr and Mrs Albert Taylor of Clear Run VaS the guest of Mr and Mrs S A Daniel Sunday Air Albert Owensboro Is Taylorofvisiting fri commUTiUy lywith I Tho Kind You Haro Always Bought and which has been I In uso for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under Ills sonal supervision Allow no one to deceive this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoodnrc but Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health or Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is guarantee It destroys Worm anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CENTAUR COMPANY TT HUKMT STRICT KCWTOKR CITf rSave 75 IONEFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS only 2 The regular price is Sioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one use BUSINESS COLLEGEtNCoaroaaTD Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY l qF i uCOASTERBRAlES 8 DO WAIT since Signature future WANTEDA RIDER AGENT1olIlrIClIO IIDlaklFACTORY PRICESWe hthest rra Icyrte 1TVIIoiUle mfit to to ml Jdltmtn profits by buying liol and tale lITW urtra a its aotce behind your 0 abieycIe apordol t nfromayou JacloiIrkttrecei coir 0roRdrwrelijlerofuewecanmakethan We are utiuied with 1EALBIIS sellour bicycles underYour Jewes i prices Orders day received CONE LAND 1IICYCLKS We do not regularly handle second but have a number on In by our storr These we CI- proll1pif at prices ranging from 8J 88 lilt Eton tine barcain FiTsmaUetMree Bangle wlvels Imported roller thalnR sad repairs of all at 14 wualrc 4 9HEDGETHORN PUNCTURt PROOF SELFNEALINO TIRES The rttailfrice otthtse ti- sJo ttr but tl intraduee atullyouaraany1c airtorPJ01cothw fhorderd14S NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or GU not let the I Ur out Sixty thousand pair last year1 two hundred thousand pairs non in use livelydeasytidverydumbleandllnedlaidewlth a special Quality become per its YOU In It its for the for lurnish the It to malt above actual hatonaaoYou save us kcNOT RUT other I hand trade mail clear ro or pane tintpair will will sold Over never small poioul and whl b closes itUD1II the all esapeWehavehunredsofletlmfromutia liedcuotomeil that their tires been up once or twice In a whole season weigh no more than in ordinary tire the punckuroresUtlngcjualitleabelngKivea by several of t on the tread Theregularprlceoxtireaiaperpalrbutforad- vertiatn purposeawea aeClal NEED Nor Infancy when you ane any MX you can our filld the hand taken id tM A SAMPLE PAIR 1INTA8DJJC4 EACH beamUiH catalogue nluvcLIsdpubla bicycles pedala equipment aIIrkrr regular uplImaU punctures wltboll stating haveonly pumped priceto ONLY TOWN ndnhiblt1 4t I Wotlo tk m ihlektobber MA sui FJonctnro and IV1 alto rim atr to prevent rim cutting 11ImaleeMOrr tire will ootlst any EASY HIDING the rider or only J48o per pair All orders shipped same day letter it received w4sMpe0 n on 10indlnnot aerepresented1esatisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us la as safe as In a Ibank I you order a pair of these tires find that they will ride eaalerTrnn faster wear better last longer and look finer than tire you have ever used or seen at boy nrice We know that you will be so well pleased that When you want a you wlUllft aaycwr order We wet yOU to send ua a trial at once hence this remarkable tire IF YOU TIRESdonfbuya01kltidat any price uatll you Ufaa pair of Froof are on a Laand trial at uewhichdescrtbasbut write us a postal today DO NOT IHHJ pr BUYING a le or a pair of Urea anyone until you kneeftbtwewaadwonderful offers we are making it only eau a postal to learn eve kOW Ja L MEAT CYCLE COMMITyUIcACOILL i Hartford Republican ntered according to law at the Poetotdn- Eartrord Ky Be men matter of the eolld- elaaa t C M BARNETT EDITOR zrrHotZSQ- uzab lancL4oao-ucb 1vazFRIDAY JULY 1 The attention of the Hartford Her aM Is called to the fact that corn Is selling Q 95c per bushel JI1I Hitt ford with the request that It answer Whether or not this pries p- rcaused by the PayneAMrtdgertxrUf- of the failure of crop In this Ir title In Ohio Count last roar We are glad to notice that anOhic County man has suochIl d to the National Presidency of the American Society of Equity The recont ra6- 1I1llltlon of C O Draton as preset dqu brings 3r M F Sharp Into the prealdency Mr Sharp 113 u man of ability and has the cause of equity at heart and wee beUwe he wlll auc and In his new position We are Indeed sorry that the DOm acrulc congressIonal race in the sev enth DIstrict has developed even a- BUplc1on that corrupt methods were used upon members of the legislature In order to seCure a site for the new capitol building It has 9rae- tthe boast or Kentucklans that hero at Jeast was one state building which had been construoed without taint of graft However U the chargeS which are made at Frankfort art true it was conceivtid In grail tram the very oundat1D aTdwewBI be robed of the pride which mC had heretofore felt concerning this beautiful titl11cture which if charges be true Is located upon frs present site thtotth the Influence of most damnable comp tJon The Louisville police and Detective- force has again demonstrated the World a taw nwhod for capturing criminals and added to the already enviable 1 rEcord made In the Kellner rose Last week the chief of dotectlves or LoulsvLtle was notl fled that WendllD the SUl1ptctP mur derar had been located In Texas Immediately the fact was prubl shed In al the daily papers and a number of the force dispatched to Texas with a brass band proceedtd by a man with a fog horn announcing that they were Ou their way to capture wpn1dllng- Of course the guileless members of the dE4ectle force In LopitvIUe fully expected Wendlln6 to drive a stake In the9 prairie out In Texan and scurely bItch himself awaiting theIr arpival However he evldenay had a diner ent VIew of the mdter and when he heard the band and fog paoru he folded lilt tent and silently stole away while the detectives paraded oth I prairie with the band In search or- 111m The nomination or J Campbell Can trill for CotJIgr ss In the Seventh Dlsj- 4rkt last Saturday by a majority about 3000 Is a just rebuke to the Jiurley Tobacco Society for going trao politics It Is also a distinct vIc tory for the American Society ot Equl- t as Mr Cautrill Is the State Pros drou TIle Burley Society lots made every effort to keep the society or Equity out or the Burley District and its camlty for riiLs organlzaton nvas no doubt one cause for the olJlosl- tJon whIch It made to fir Oautrill We believe that Campbell cantrlll Is au honorably oust and that he has scod tt trlesely by the tatune In their crrorts to organize atorrg line which would give them protection from too trusts and hut for his assistance oho Burley Sdcluty would not have been able to nuke Its last IIJool NO one could now blame Mr Cantrlll for fighting the Burley SocIety and w- vtrust and oolee UI1I he swill make every effort to push the cause tlr Equity In the Burley District hence fonthIn a recente l thIs pallet book occasion Ito refer to tIll efforts Ofthe city or Frankfort to Wain the capItol for many years by wIncing an- dlndlllg members of the legislature and the various constitutional conViJUtlons However wro dId not Intimate that anything COrrupt had been resorted to The edItor of the Frankfort News took serious exceptions to our article and was followed by the COurlerJour- m11 also 1111 an editorial evltieislng U- sipr oven latmatag that Frankfort WaS not all that is claimed for It Since aU this has happenrd one Mr Noel president of a bank In Frankfort has glren a deposition to whIch he changes thAt various citizens of FrIIIIt terra rod the sum of 2500 to Imuu- iDCe the selection of a site for the w capitol and that this sum of mOney was paid to members of thg- Zegblature anejthat the selection of tho site upori whlch the t autlfu- lbuildingnowstandssusbroughts out by the use of this money ItI up J t Ito Je edltDfot the Frankfort Mews- to have somebody dndlctPd for crime flat libel or have hIs pure self out of- mchan atmoSphere Our Democratic lrlentls do not take fuels a rosy vb w ot their chanceS In the oolainp election as they did a tow weeks ago The Itopulbicantpaao does not show so much divIsion and dt cord as 8 emed to exist during the session of Congress just closed and besides our friends have discovered that they have troubles of theIr pwn They aWl have W J Bryan on hands and he has sered matlee on hem that he must he consulted about the nomt tlon for president on the Democratic ticket next time The DemOCTtcy ot Ohio turned down nrans euggestlon about the nomination of a scnal10rlal candidate and Mr Bryan immediately made a bitter attack on Overnur Harmon whom the democracy has fixx- od upon for the next neminatton Mr- Bryann has given everY evIdence that he will oppose Harmon to the bitter end and has already proceeded fat enough with this In view to charge that Governor Harmon Is not a frIend or the people but that he beLongs to the lnlerel3ts It Is saki that Bry ans friends In the State of Ohio twill not make any extra ertws to secure Governor lIarmons reeleCtion knowing thnt It he wins he wlll be a large figure In the convention ot 1912 Unable to answer our suggestion about the articles mendloned In last weeks issue Qf the Hartford Herald which It had called attention to Wi being higher than before the lJ8SSIlgQ Of the preeent tariff law either ho lug placed upon the free list or ma- terla11y reduced that taper now BAYS that the raise In duty upon other or- Ucles has had the efftct to create higher prices for all articles ThIs is about the silliest ar gument that we have ever Mardopro duCed ot all the silly arguments that generally float around concerning the tariff If this statement Is true what an indloment the Hartford Herold would draw against members or Its own party It Is a wtlll known fact that the Democratic members In the south unanimously SUlIJOrtE tile high duties on sugar rice pine apples coyon peanuts and other articled In which the south Is interested It Is also a wellknown tact that the enUro KentuckY deleigac- tion democrats and all supported a high duty on items Now Ir the Her altPs contention Is trUe the dusty on I hemp leas cauedi the raise in In prices on shoes gloves rubber sandals and I thoughtful readais who can not doubts e through Its sophistry without fur ther angunnent Congress has adjourned and wlll gO down In history as one or the most ttmarkablo stssious In ninny nespocts since the foundation of the goverutnent The epllt In the Rellllbltcan ranks gave the Dcmocratlc minwrity an opportunity to worry the majority In some respects but notwithstanding this the administration has been ruble to lInt Into law almau all or tine policies uuUlnal by Prcyldent Tart at the beginning or she session is shown by the following Omment on the rosul I think the party in power tins enacted legislation which will inure greatly to Its benefits It leas kept Its conracla The Congress Which is now closlug Its first regular I Slsslon has done what it promised I the twpie to do atnId the Republkan party has a good record to take to the tryople In the oomung election Wo trust tore Proslenls faith Is well rounded While much or the legislation Is mew and to be tried out we JreU evo thin all or St is to U1te rIght dicrctiou and that liuro legislation If necessary wlll remedy whaevor defects mae be round to exist In thu laws enacted Among the most important or those laws Is the new railroad rate regula tlon law the postal savIngs bank law the Publicity ot campaign funds And th law for tho 1CIJ11IJC1Sion of the whit slave trw rIc The udmslon or Arizona and Nw Mexico as states Is an obligation which the tarty has row- doentod Tire greatest number of plat from promises have bOOn rcd mod Ith the presidents term but half over e FFAIRVIEW June 2Mss EunIce WIlson visit- edI relatives at Horse Branch Iast wekMr Norvin ChrIstian cane Run visit OIl Mr Armet WJlron Sunday Mr Walter Myers Is on the sick list Mans BessIe K and Ruth Acton vlaited their grandparents Mr and Mrs T W Atcton Mt Vernon Wednesday Mr and Mrs ira Wllsbn Cane Run vIsited his Parents Mr and Mrs J R WJlson Sunday Mr Jim Duke and family and Mr Henry Nabors and family Olatom nt tended SundaY School here Sundlll frame Bertha and Gona Thotnus- Cedar GrovevtatedcMlsa Annie lifer Sunday r fr1 weDs WaHODS MEETING r i tCourt House In Hartford Scen of Great Gather lug On last Saturday eyenhgas had been announced the WOodmeriof the World held a great rally end taitintlot services at the rrouiatuase inHartfor During Ute afternoon WoodmOJll frcn various parts of the county began to arrive and by night snore than tree hundred members Were here as via ors of the local camp A parade wa3 organized headed by COlonel J H Brewer State manager ot Loulsvle and DI9trlct manager Thoanaa C Ellis Ownosboro After marching through the vrlnelpal streets of the town the parade disbanded at the courthouse door where the woodmen and man citizens of the town were addceed by Colonel Brewer one the objects and almsof the order About thirty candidates were then Ini lattd Into the mysteries p the circle in a very un posing manner the McHenry Degree team putting on the work This tesir was headed by Mr Henry DavIe and others and Is a fine bOdy of wen Thl organization IsgrowltJg rapidly In Ohio County as elsewhere In the country It is the largest fraternal organization In the world and is known as the Little Glat of the West Durlngthe twenty years ot lie existence more tian 50QQOQOO has been paid out in death claIms and monuments ereated at tiny graves of departed brothetsand the organization now has more than 12000000 In he fund set 11art for the payment of death claims It is bellov- ad that much good will come of the meeting here us a splendid ImpressIon was created and that thq county Will become very strongly organiZEd as a result Representatives were here from IcHenl centPrtown HerUn Dada No Creek Olaton Sunnydale Taffy and many other seotione of the county L Baptist Church Sunday school session Sunday morn lag at 945 oclock Morning worship at it oclock theme of sermon All Prayer Evening worship at eight oclock theme of sermon The temhi ta lon of Jpsua The ordinance or Baptism will be administered at the Sunday night service An are Invited to worship the LOrd with tie J W BRUNER Paefor The Young Voter of Today Lafe young of the Des Moines Cap- Ital very truthfully says that the les son of the panic ot 189397 caused hY- Domocratlc Tatm ttnkertng Is pract- IIlIy lost so fur as Its effect upon the young voters of the country is concerned The young man or today was a child when the wlIonGorman Tariff Was enacted He WItS not a products durinIthe paude He was on the or in the public school He knowsnothi irra abet the snuggle man had In the days to kp their heads above water He doen t remember anything about the nwrtgag the old man had to slav on his honey or his stock or good In order to weather the gale lie dOe not rescall the rIgid with which hIs mothtr pared down the household ox pelisses and the luxuries or which the tamll was deprived lie was to young to pay attention fu such mat p1tr The Tarlll Is a joke to Trim or else It is u lore He Toads articles In Republcian- newspaprere coudomntng the Tariff as graft and he takes the editors word for ItandJvote3 against the roky which bollovtlil In protection It you get In au argument with hlmnlne chances ot4- of t ten ho will byotchIh dIJa1e over Joe Cannon and Doss Aldnch and tell you that the Republican I arty has boon sold out to the eonporatrune you may loadh lan up with the tnctsor eX pedenoe but tile will mot outweigh the forth or tractional lpreptd e lIo will have too learn for himself He 1s- in business notivsnd rr he Is a young farmer 9 hags and 75cent cotniook pretty good to him The only thing thAt will Jolt the low Tariff heresy out of hIs systom is another Democratic revision or the Tariff schedules followed try E4 hqgs and J Canrt corer When he finds too prices of everything he has fo sell cut In tjwro and discovers that he has to pay just as much fos a suit of clothes ora pair of shoes as he ever did M will sit up and take note and do a UtIle flbvrdpg on his owii hOOk He will Dome to the conelueion that ie had better be willing to pray a little moro to tM other hollow for lwbt M uses Lt he can get Uwtce as mach for What he hag to selL In our judgmaet woe are coming up against this very proposlUotr of Tariff experimentation and It will be up to Jlhe Amerlbau farmer thIs fall to say whether he Is satisfied with conditions us they are ordSwlllng to take a change of betterment of thorn by the Domocrat lie partyManlueter Iowa Press j j j jt j S j i Let Us Show You Our Line of 49 BUGGIES andSUQ IE8is = We are headquarters for the famous Owensborothe genuine Geo = G Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran fi teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy or i = surrey on the market = THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY COa IE tttrz Crporatuc1 = Hartford J exrittxclky bf W I SENATOR DOUGLAS- MENERY SOCCOMBS Ably Represented Louisiana at Washington Many Years Now Orleans June 28 United Stato Senator Samuel Douglas McEneay died at his home here this mornIng shortly before 10 oclock Senllltor McEnery arrived from Wasl IlJgtoD yesterday morning Buttering Mom an attack or indlgeatlon He was placed In a carrIage at the rail road station and taken to his home In st Mary street where physiciant were hastily summoned The Sena toe rll1lled somewhat alter being treated and showed marked improvement yesterday Late last night his con dition took a turn for the worSe and early this morning he lapsed ito un eonscloueness Senator MCEnery was In his 74th year and his health has not been good for several years The attack or pndl tJtlon weakened his condition and tn der the strain which attended the ill nets his heart action tailed At his bedside at the time were his wife wtc before her marriage was Miss Elizabeth Phipps of Monroe La his daughter Mrs Warren D Parks and one of his sons Charles P IcEnreyIThe funeral of Senator McEnery will tako place at 1030 oclock Thursday morning and the lnternret tell IJ In a local ctmetary The funeral will be official a telegram to this effect having been sent today to the rer- geant atarms of the Senate at Wash Jtcgton Program Annual Convention of the Ohio County Sunday School Association organized In 1885 at Beaver Dam Ky Thursday July 7 1910 ServIces to be held at the MethodIst church SPECIAL NOTICE Inasmuch as the late season finds the citizens so busy we have decided to have one good enthusIastic Jays discussions and a general uplift Como prepared to dIscuss the lract- lCIIl questions We are givIng a few subjects only so as to give ample tune for complete dIscussions Appoint your delegates at once The people of Beaver Dam will enter tain them and make them feel Ilt home PROGRAMMORNING SESSION 90oDevotlonalRev A L Mel 92oRemnrks of County President C C Justus P3oReadlng Minutes and repOrt of- SecretarTreasurer 31a Mary Taylor I 94GWhat the AssocIation Should Mean to the Individual SchoolRus sell Walker ii 55Discussion 1O5How to Maintain a Good AttendanceE 11 Morton JOI5How to Organize and Main- taIn a Teachers Training ClassRev- A L Me1- 11030Reports of County Depart menIItaTayj1orcVisitation Mrs Maggie Griffin e Organization P D Tweddell Edu cation Dr S D Taylo- r1100Discussion of the Reports suggestive 1l15The True Object of all Sunday School WorkJ N Wade 1130 Discussion 1l55Appolntment of Committees Announcements 1700Noon IntermIssIon ll5The SundaySchool as a Spirit nal oorceH E Brow- n125DiscussionsI 145The Pastor and the Sunday I SrhoolRev Virgil Elgin I 20oDlscusslons 215Are the Results In Enlisting General Interest Adequate to the De rotunda of the HourDr E W Ford 235Discussions 250The Bible ClassRev A L Moll Dr S D Talor- 31oTheRElation of the Sunday- S hool to the Missionary Movement Mrs A L Me- l320Discussions 33oQuestloll Bureau 45Electlon of Officers report of CommitteEs Oolldjournment The program Is flexIble We will ore the day for practlcal ends Come with a definite aIm Ile tree ask questions respond promptly Send an offering byaour delegation I nail a complete report of the years results C C JUSTUS President MISS MARY TAYLOR Secretary Lawn Party The young lalllell of Hartford entertained Tuesday night with a lawn party at tho home of Mr and Mrs John C RileY The evening was eXjoynbly spent and the amusements were many the principal one being the Fountain of Youth Light refreshments were served Those present Were Misses Hella Thompson SturgIs Iy Goren Flener Cr m ell Carr leSt evensG reen vllle Susie While Owensboro Nora Wedding Ruth Riley AnnIe J Pat ton Ira Mills Hettle Riley Anna Eliza Keown Bessie Taylor Alice Keown Gertrude Wright Verna Duke Effie Render Fannie Whlttlnghlll nay YeIser Elsie Matthews WInona Stevens Beatrice Hines Mary Marks Myrtle WIlliam and Alma Riley Messrs Robert Bennett Port land Ore Charles W Bennett Itha ca N Y Douglas D Felix Raymer Tinsley Sydney Williams Martin Thomas Dr H J Bell Ellis Foster James D Ford 1Wi1 GillespIe Otto e Martin J Ney Foster C Ross Bennett Clarence Barnard Estill Barnett Fred Anderson Allison Dar nett McHenry Holbrook LewIs Riley and Harold Holbrook PALO June 2Sour Sunday School Is prow greasing nicely with B large atltendauc We art needing rain Same people are not done setting tobacco There was an We cream super td Sunnydale Saturday night HadB large crowd and ell report a nice timo Mrs Ferguson Sunndale Is very stela Both to Irs Tom Wlimsat the 23rd a g r1 Mother and tbabe doing well Miss Edna Hooper Beaver Dam was the guest Of Miss RosJl and FannIe I Berry last Wednesday- 3litis Betrtha Whbgbery alledryto seer Miss Pearl and Haven Derry last Sun dAyLittle Halley eon of air and Mrs W L White has been very sick the IJat week irs Tom Fleener is sick with chills Mr Cliff Berry left last Tuesday far Missouri Mr W L White and son Merril- wetrt to Beaver Dam with a load of banks Monday tar Mr John Dodwn Mist Gottie King anon the lamp and bracelet for boing the mOst popular girl at the Ice cream supper Satur day night at Sunnydale Miss Edna Hooper Beaver Damvls too her uncles and aunts Mr Bill FeWster and wife Mr Dug F tnaten and wife Mr Charley Wimsatt anti wire and Mr RlchardDooly and wife last week tMr Royal our huxter will bO around today Mrs Wayne Lee Sunnydale was the guest of her sIster Mrs ArtIe Coy Saturday and Sunday SYMPATHY helps hurts but It wont cure an achIng tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes n skillful experIenced denUst to do that Get all the sympathy you eanbut for real relIef and good dental work make nn appointment with us for the practical way of get ting your teeth in fIne shape Host crows and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extraoted wIth out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 21- 8IDRS HARDIN BELL t DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Concrete Work Concrete work of all kinds laid by experiencedworkmen Anything in concrete from an I ordinary pavement toto con- Crete resideEce Estimates furnished free All York gutanteedICONTRACTOR r Hertford Ky- a fl i I t Cool Dainty r Summer Dresses leasily made by M caLLfATIERN5 J stylesV n WASH GOODS SUGGESTIONS We do not want to be officious or meddle with your affairs but we do want every Lady to know of our immense stock of White and Fancy Wash Goods We will certainly regard ita special favor if you willj visit uand let our experienced Salesladies show you the many dainty patterns They will help in showing you exclusive designs in dainty Val Laces Insertions Alloversltc to correspond with any fabrics you may select A complete line of McCall Patterns to select fromlOc an 15c none higher Our advice Trade where trading will be n pleasure to you GO I IIl1nolsCentraIRaliroadTlme 0 At TableINorth Bound Notat due L0S am- No122due1228 p m MolO2 due 24S pm SOOlh Sound No 121 duoll3i a m No lilt due 2AS p m- No11 duSM m Have You Seen it Advertised It you have and Its good and a Drug Store article we have it We dont however sell a thing simply because Us 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- Remember that and when you want anything In our line come to see US Your Friends Hartford Drug Co Incorporated Weye Beeo Called 11Craoky- By Some people Who- Sells Us Our Groceries But when the choosinng prOCeES to all over we think we have a rtghl to call what Is here The Elite or Gro- J cedes Would you like to associate with eatables that are exclusive You will find the exp rlenne pleasant to sry nothing of the other edvastages choose your own article to test us on I Coffee or Tea or any Maple or r ANYTHING that yOU wish Come here always expecting to ct tbetoq notch of goodness I ILERS GROCERY I HARTFORD KY 1 i Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 1 1M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow Ing times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Dally 114340 p m Mixed Dalley eXCept Sunday SOUTH BOUND 115920 ca m Mixed Dally except Sunday 11314G p m Passenger Dally Hartford Mill Co has lots or good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Be one ot the flrst to attend our sale July 2 to 9 Cllirson Co Nice Pickled Pork at only Hic perI pound W H IOORE SON Mss Carelo Stevens Greenvllle is visiting her Run lira T H Black city lUss infinite wedding of Olaton Is visiting Judge and Mrs R R Wedding city When you come to aMend the SolI diers Reunlondont fall to attend ourI sale Carson CoI To taU to att end our Clearance Sale July 2 to 9 moons to m ra lets ot bargains Carson Co Oarson Co otter you many bargains on page eight of this iasuej Read their blg ad Db sure to attend the Old Soldiers reunion Ohio county Fair grounds at Hartford KyneX Monday We will show yoU idle of bargains during our Clearance Side which are not mentioned Ill OUr big ad- Carson 00I We are now prepared ro furnish you with needles to tit any kind or sewing maohlne that you may brave Carson Co Cooper Co ill toni a ibuB from Hartford to the Frtir grounds on Jaly- 4h i sit lac each w ay rkase have- the cash I1So nothing will ibo ed Chatrill Sergt Allison Barnett who stationed fLt the home of Milton near LamasCUS8S guard for several weeks was at home on a sholt visitI Tuesday and Wednesday Engine and Threshing Machine for 31e D L D SANDEFUR liltItl Beaver DanMItIS Francis Lrtae tOwenbOro Is the guSt of Miss tlary Spauldin city You wlILtmt all your old frlend9 at the old soldiers reunion July 4th at Hartford Miss Ethel Taylor lrom near Rochester Is fhe guest or her auntMm A C Yetser city State Sunday School Worker T C GebauEr ol lIenteroon Ky will lecture at Cromwell tonight Misses SusIe and Della white Ow- ensboro are the guests of MisECa Alma and Flora Riley tats week- Mrs Lena Acton of Dundee was the gues of Miss Edna and Annie Hudson the first of the week Mirs Norma lilller daughter of Judo J P Mil1 r cromwell whoso Illlns has been mentioned in these oohtmns Is very low and her death Is momervarllyexpected Leave your Laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf The Republican office Is being treat ed tb a nw coat of paper which Will add materially to the artistic apPear ance of the rooms Messrs M Dean and Clarence Casebler are doing tie work Dr J T Hardin or the local firm Ds Hardin Dell dentists left Monday for Hampton Ky Livingston county where he will remain daring the month or July prdctlcing his profession Mr W M Fair and little niece ills- Evelyn Fair Thomas returned Tues day from Nashville Chattanooga and Soddy Tennessee The latter place thy vlsl ed the formers brother Mr Mack Fair and family IIISB Winona Stevens entertained with an Informal G oclock dinner Monday evening Her guests were Miss Della Thompson or Sturgis and Misses Nora Wedding Annie Patton and Annie Allen Elgin city- Mrs AlfredCHudsonand children of Keifer Oklahoma after sptending a few days with IlrE1 E J Hudson have gone to Dundee to visit relatives before returning home about the 10th of next month The Rockport Coal Co have their shakers up and switch In and are running day and night The mine is oneof the most promising In the State and being on both the river and railroad has ninny advantages Ill James Riley and family who have lived In parrt of 4Mtu J B FoS ters residence for the past several months will move Into Mr J W Fords collage on Union street recently vacatEd by Mr George Barn kat A party conrposed of tiI e3 Annie J Patton Alice and Anna Eliza Keow and Messrs C R Bennett Raymer Tlnslly and Ney Foster spent ycaer- day at Bens Lick hill plcnicking Capt White took them In kjs gasoline act Mrs D A Addlngton and Mr Ic Dowell Fogle returned yesterday tram a few days visit to Mrs T D petTie at Brazil Ind They were accompanied I by Mrs Pttrl and two children who I will be the guests of lira Petrles parents Judge and Irs J E Fogle Messrs R D Carter M W Barnard and Attorney Ernest Woodward were Owensboro the latter part or last week engaged In the trial of Mr Carters suit against the Droslus Mill Co In the Davless Circuit andI The court took the case under vlsemlnt The Old Soldiers reunion to be hold at Hartford next Monday July 4th will be the largest lllthorlng over ugem bled upon an occasion of tick kind will be a ul1lon ot the blue and ho gray as the association Is made nip of soldiers Of both the Federal and confederate armies Messrs Barnes Anderson mnetlon- ot whore dissolution of partnership appeared In these columns some weeks have each opened up seperato offices Mr Barnes hhving a beautiful wit of rooms over the Bank of Hart ford and l1r Anderson ref aiidng the splendid aparments over Wilson Crowes office on Main street The BostPokas held n can meeting at their rooms Monday evening when new officer were elected as follows President Ellis FOster Vice Ptesldent Dr J Trace Hardin Secretary Ray mer Tinsley TreasurerMcHenry Holbrook SergtaptArms Martin D Thomas After the election two candidates were initiated into the club and one apllcatlon for membership received Regular meeting this evening when the new officers will be Installed and Initiatory work Attention Wheat Growers The Wheat growers of Ohio county are requested to meet atthe court house In Hartford Saturday July 2 at one oclotk p xn By Request SIUAS STEVENS AETNA VILLE Tune 29Farmers are very busy Croix3 are looking nieey but late The IrUJi gwta oes are the flnetl I have seew In years Wheat and eats are goOd lIfr and lIra J H Loyd of this p1e went to Owensboro yesterday bflos Nwra Magan who hart been at tondlnig the Owensboro Business col lea at Owomntjoro vieted her tparents- hr2e last week- Mm Rosettte Johnson of Brmng haD Alabama Is visiting her daughter Mrs Rosettle Johnson of Dinning him1 Ala Is visiting her daughter Miss Leona Morgan of philpot KY Is visiting relalves here Miss Ambla Haynes of Aetnav111e will teach our school at this place We predict a good school Miss Itane made a first class certificate lit the lastexamination at Fordsvllle It be- Ing her first trial Our base ball team Is not doing much this season The coal mines at this place Is stoCk Ing coal for the fall season Hopkins County Fair Madisonville Ky July 19 20 22 an 23 1910 On this account tho L N R n will operate special trains from Hartford to Madisonville and return July 20th21st 22nd and 23rd as follows Leave Hartford 830 a m Leave Centertown 844 n m Leave Kronos 8r35 a m Leave Moorman 907 a m Leave Bremen 917 a m1 Leave Miilport 927 II m Leave Anion 941 a m Arrive at Madisonville 1000 a m Leave Madisonville returning 045 p m Tickets will be on sale July 19th to 23rd Inclusive fare for the round trip one fare Plus 25 cents H E MISCHKE Agent Ball Game Called Off Arrangements had been made for lball game and It is a sport which and n team from Louisville at Hart ford next Monday July 4th but ow IntI to the fact that suitable grolllds could not be obtained those In charge or the local arrangements had to call OU the game much to the regret of n shuuldlsecuremaintain a good ball team Nothing adds so much to the pleasuro of a great many people as u good healthy whchIceedingly Lorry that the game could not lie pulled off as intended Lets Visit Madisonville HartfordICounty Fair The 31 H E railroad will run a special train from Hartford to Mad lsoriville dUring four days of the great Hopkins County Fall wedns day Thursday Friday and Saturday July 20 21 22 anti 23 The Tate for the round trip will be only One fare plus 25 cents The special train will leave Hart ford at 830 a Hi arriving at 1ldl- sonvllIe at 10 a m returning train will leave Madlonvile It 545 p nr arriving at Hartford at 715 p m This schedule enables our peegile to spend the entire day at tile Greet Fair at Madisonville and return at a convenIent hour for sttpper TIlls w11l be a flue oppotanrity for the people of Ohio county to visit acquatnedwithiWednesday piny 20 will Vie Dwby Day 1 18 miles for a purso of 400 Why not also make that lartford Days at the Fal aunt a large delegaticz of our peutlle visit Madkouville Republican Appellate Court Committee R D Martin chairman cf the Ohio County Republican Committee has been notified by J F Taylor chairman of the Second Appellate court District Republican Conunltee that u meeting of suit committee Will he held at Horse Branch at 11 oclock Satur day July 9th for the purpose Of call Ing a convention to nominate a candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeal In this dLstrlst A meeting held at- Leitchlleld recently adjourned without having issued any call for IL conven- tlon the committee being equally divided upon thg question as to whether or not a nomination should be made It seems none that there Is no ques tlon but what a convention will be called and Some good man put for ward for this position The district Is not so vemvhelmlngly DemocratIc but that a good man will stand a splendid chance o win out hll the November election and the Republican party should place a man Inl the field especially as the Democrats have not shown any disposition to snake the Judiciary nDnptlrt an having gerry mandered this district since judge Set tie was elected eight years ago GOINGAWAY At this season many people take their outing or visit their friends You willed a new Bag or Suit Case or plenty ofnew and light Underwear and Hosiery also Neckwear and perhaps some cooler Clothing Depend on us to furnish these and the many other little accessories you will need which we sell In our stock you will find only goods of known merit and of the best known and most popular makes No job lots or stuff that your neighbor has been picking over and refused no big hol ler coming from us about prices They must be RIGHT or we could not sell goodsThey ARE right and consistent with quality You will never go wrong in buying good merchandise if you THE GREAT REMOVAL SALE Is still going one And on account of the fine trade we are getting our sale will last another week We want everyone in the vicini= ty to come in and I see for them= selves that lust what we have said in our big lad is true We are well prepared to give you 1 for every 60 cents you spend with us We have everything to suit your selection Our goods are new and up= to= date andmust go for the benefit of our custom= ers We are going to move in our new store down on Main Street next door to Bank of Hartford and second door to post office where we will double our stock and continue to make go- odRosenbhutts tllHE STORE THAT SdTISIIES HARTFORD KY TTY INSTRUCTIONS FOR- STATE MILITIA Order Issued Detailing Kentucky Officers to Camp Harrison June20OfficersFrankfort Ky of the Kentucky State Guard will be sent- to Camp Benjamin Harrison in mid ane for the week from July 18 to July 25 where they wMl be placed In a ecihool of instruction under regular army officers for icsructlons in their duties oa officers of the military arms of the Government The offi cers are to be placed in companieS just like enlisted men and will lw put through a thorough course of in struction tin nil tithe work that will come under their supervision The following is fthe order issued by Ad jutant General P P Johnson regard leg the camp First All infantry offices of the Kentucky State Guard are ordered In to camp of instruction at IK Den jamin Harrison Ind from July 18 to July 25 1910 Inclusive Officers are the staff corps and staff depart ments medical officers nnd chaplains are excluded by dLrecUon of the War Department from the oration of this order and all otter officers except company offices and battalllon staff officers are likewise exoludod un leas they have filed hi this office an agreement to waive rank except as to pay In aAendtng said camp on or before July 14 SocondUaj James H Frier Tenth Infantry U S A has been designated iby the department commander Dopartment of the Lakes as camp commander Third Each officer will repont at the camp In field service unlfoum will saber and belt and in addition with one complete sat of equipment as dew signated for issue to privates of Infan try by paragraph 4 Appendix C G O No 1 except clothing Thus equip anent when not on hand will be ob tained on memorandum receipt from the commanding officers of the nearest company Fourth Officers will also provide for themselves with such toilet articles and bedding as they may roqulr in addition to cots mattresses and pillows which will be furnished Fifth Lieut Col Thomas W Wood yard disbursing officer of thcMlUtla tor Kentucky will furnish tho nee essary transportation and provide for the pay of the officers ifrom United States funds upon payrolls ito ibo prepared and certified by the senior offi cer in attendance at the camp Sixth Instruction at the camp will Jtesln at 8 a m July 18 tend end at 5 p m July 23 and the tran parta tlon and pay of an officer will not be considered as warranted unless he is present far Jnstruailons during the en tire period unless sickness or emergency demands his recall Seventh The travel enjoined and the usual pay and expenses are ncoes tory in the public service By order of the Governor PH1UIP P JOHNSON Adjirunt General Official ROUT N KRIBGER Assistant Adjutant General To cure Ladrippe and Colds la 14 hours take QUICKSCold and LaGrippe TABLETS I If yoir tntlM does sot kp them send 25c to J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansviiie lad and get them post paid Guaranteed 0 Important Provisions of New Pos tal Savings Bank Measure Where Deposits May Bo Mado Such postoffic 3 will receive duposiitg as ore destgnated by a boated ottmpitLslitg the ixwUnagtor goneral the secretary of the treasury and the attorney gen eralWho May Open Account Anyone over 10 years old inlay gpen nn ac count illnlmum Deiwslt No deposit of lees than 1 may be received but the postmaster may sell 10oent special stamps of which den nay be tutm- tid in for a credttlof 1 on the de positors book- hfaxlmtnn DoposiNo account shall exceed 500 and no depoibor shull de jxwlt more that 100 In any calendar tnonthVihdrawtalsDepwsta may he with drawn at any time InterestTho government will pay 2 goes cent intereQi per annum to depositors and shall Tecolve 2Vi percent interest on all doiKwHed mon y which Atredaposlitflin etate or national banks Disposition of DepxJsltsFive percent of the deposits are o be Tetaln ed Ja money in the federal itroainiry as a reserve fund Thirty per cent 0Itho deposits may be In vested In fed ccal bonds at the discretion of the trustees Slxrtyflve per cent Is to 6e fceld Ja the depOBitories la which the I deposits are mado for use as a work lag balance Of this 65 ret cent he President is authorized to invest all or part in federal bonds when in ibis opinion the interests of the country so require Redeposlts by Government posits that are redposited dry the government in elate or national banks are to be teemed by state county and municipal bonds Rfcdeposlts are to be made In proportion to the capital and surplus cf the banks but mus notexceed in amount the banks cap ital and onehalf its surplus Investment in Bonds Doposltora are penmUttied to change their deposits into governmenlt bonds whenovertheY so desire Control of DepositsCompletecon trol of depositaries and their funds is given ito the ithree trustees mentioned in the first paragraph above ex cept that the President lure tort rol of the Investment of the 65 per cent reserve fund previously mentioned Postmasters CQmpensll1lonFOUrth class postmasters whose offices are de signed as depositories are to receive additional compensation for their pos tal savings bank work LOOIIIf not better then any other money bock JC MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLE IND ROSINE Too Late for Last Week June 23TJmes are Improving In fjhls neighborhood and town since met are not so discouraged over cool wet weatherHealth is very good with the ex ception of a few Mrs Peach Is stir unable to rdturn to her home Miss Corene Allen of this place is visiting JK T aunt Bins Sarah Park Miss Annie Alford of Beaver Dam is visiting relatves here and making friends with everyone by her dlspo sltlon Mrs Mary Cummings is vlsStlng her brother in Indiana The death angel visited the dome of Mrs Patsy Kuykendoll and took her home on the 19th of this month Her remains were carried to the Salem cemetery where services were conducted by Mrs Lucy Brown Born ito the wife of Henry Stewart a nine pound boy June 19 There was quite an interesting italk given here today iby hob ladlies from Louisville on the all important sub ject of getting saved o Cocaine which dulls the nerves never yot cured Nasal Catarrh The heavy feeling in the forehead the stuffed up sensation and the watery discharge from eyes and note along with all the oJier miseries attending the disease are put to rout by Elys Cream Balm Smell and taste are restored breathing is made normal untilyou try this remedy you can form no idea ot the good It will do you Is applied directly to the sore spot All druggists 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 5C Warren Sweet Now York SMALLHOUS Too Late for Lust Week June 20The liver iwMch1 hais ibeon high Is falling rapidly and Will soon be In Its basks again Mrs Miller wife of Dr Ellis Miller and little daughter lsabewho COOlie here during the Ulnctte of hop farther the late Mr Go Rad lets ycsjerday for Her home in JIon11lC Mo Alfas Oma Maddox ami Mr Jim Hen drlx Rocki ort Ky visited Kw atic ents Mr and Mrs M U Madilox Sun day Mr S T Hunter and wife are vfcrft lag tlieir son Mr C O Hunter Hart ford MM 0 W Overhula has jut re turned from a sJiont vlstito relatives ut CeAral City Mrs Lewis Fulkewon ifs vlaltlng Mrs T L Withrow Central City- Barn to Mr and Mrs J C Hill the lulfli dnst a trine boy Mrs J R Hunter has returned from a two weelu visit at Uitloa She was aoconnparrfcd by her dawglittc Mrs J S Trummell IIItd three children from that place Rev R D Bennett filled Ills regular appointment at tithe Methodist church help Saturday and Sunday I Mr and Mrs M P Maddox visited Oidr UtiUe grandson J Call Hill Sunday Misses Ellen and Fannie Lawrence Beaver Dim are visiting Miss Maude Oalloway These who vIsMed the Sunday Scliooi Sunday at the SmalHious church were Misses Ellen and Fannie Lawrence Beaver Dam Mrs J S Trammell and three children UUca and Air Jas Hendrix Rockport Mr and Mrs Wm Ntchola and two children South Carrollton up nt itwo or three days the latter ipamt of last week the guests of her mother Mrs Sale Drake and attended the sale Reld9aturday Cooling Milk tzr D H Ewing one lfthl1ge6t I milk dealers of Lou e yj has this to say on cooling mrik Some parctlcnl and economicfway of cooling the milk on the farm as soon as It Is drawn and then delivered to the city in this condition ia highly nooded The longer we arein the business the more we are Imjireesed with a low temperature A practical and economical way to havemilk chilled on tho fram and delivered In this condition Is a que ton not so easily solved The condttlons exist lug on almost every farm ore diffeme There arc some dairy fannea who realize the Importance of putting ui ice during the winter seaionand they are then prepared to care for their product during the headed term There are a great many however who fall to do tills The result Is that their product reaches the markd in rather bad condition The tee crop in this State KenOucky Is frequently a failure as dt was ithe past season and the result IB that comparativJ few have ice with which to ihande their produo Some tow patrons are located near towns having ice fac tories and can supply their needs The email factories however fre quently charge prohibitive prices We think if these small factories would sell their ice at a more reasonable price that a greater number would be Induced to use H It la our opinion that cooling can not be done without the use of ice The dairy farmer really needs Ice almost every day In the year A great many have the Idea that the milk does not need cooling in the winter season We find how over It we are to have a firstclass prodwoithat the milk must be chilled ns soon as It Is drawn both in win tar and summer We frequently have more trouble with sour milk during the winter months than In summer We had a great deal of such rwenUier the past winter We have some patrons who get fairly good results with running water We consider this the next best thing to Ice There are a few however who will secure the low temperature necessary with running water The milk should be handled In small bulk The water should he kept as high on the outside of the vessel as the milk on the inside Some few patrons go fairly good re sults from the use of well waiter und changing It often If it were possi ble for every farm handling dairy products to have an abundance of ice every day In the year it would do more to Improve the yuallty of the dairy products coming into the City that anything else If all of the milk and cream was reduced to a temperature of 40 degrees F or below be fore it was taken to the station it would reach the city iu very good con diLlon without the MIX of refrlgera or cars Of courses the refriegraitor car would be of considerable advan tage If we are to obtain an Ideal prod uct Milk and cream should be chilled Immediately after It IB drawn or sep arated to a temperature of 50 degrees F or below and should not be allowed to go above this temperature It we expect an Ideal product We know that we have not solved this problem if we could have given a satisfactory solution we should not have aEked the question To oi n mind the most Important thing after cleanliness is lQw tempraaure Eom paratlvory f w realize the iniponiance of thorough cooling livery day In tie year Chl dnCry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAOld Soldiers Reunion The IVmwttl Reuifam of the Gfeen River Association of old Soldier will be hold at Hartford Ky iMowday July 4 1910 The greatest Tntilons hare been made to entertain the old soldiers and their friends iby itflie thousands onitals occasion Reduced rates have ben se cured on the L N land I C RallI roads from aU points Within a radius of one hundred miles andlt is intended to make this one of the greatest reunion which have over been held In Kentucky It will be a suing ling of the Blue and the Gray os AU association Is made up of soldiers both Federals and Confederates PROGRJUDIEI900 a m Assemble at the court house square 930 Tie old soldiers VII marCh in a body headed by the Hand to tho Ohio County Fair round Assembly call and short addrefd by Plea ZO fling 1000 Prayer by the Chaplin Rev H C Truman- Address i of welcome Mayor Jaa H Williams I V Response on behalf of old eoldlcirs Rev JH Embrey ifa Music bY the band w Address CaptNT HgwardA m4ry y jican soldiers in the BpanlshAmerlcan war DINNER 100 pm AJustc Business moot log of the auoetatlon 200 Addre63L Reid 230 Short addresses by Old Sol diers f 3u Address Maj J Hi Ash raft Paducah chairman of the Shiloh Bat tlefieldCoahmision 330 Address R S DunnBraveIV and Heroism of the American soldier Refreshments of all kinds will be served on the grounds with amuse rnenits in abundance for both old and youngbut oio intoxicants will be per mitted sold or used on the grounds and no gambling devices allowed You can afford to give this day of all days which is set apart an 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 profitable time Hartford always has the latch string on the outside but for tills occasion the latch is thrown awayThe old soldiers of both armies and their wives will be furnished free barbecuod dinner A splendid band of music and the very best of brators will be on hand to entertain Z 0 KING Pros W R CHAPMAN V Pr s D E RHOADS Adjt R A ANDERSON Q M H C CharF CI BARNETT A C YEISER Hartford Commercial Club come Sunday School of the South Knoxville Tenn June 21 July 211910 Tickets on sale June 1920212526 July 2910 and 16 1910 Final return limit fifteen days from date of sale Extension of final limit to September 30th 1910 may be secured by depositing ticket with special agent and payment of fee of 100 at time of deposit Fare for round trip 955 I J E WILLIAMS Act Beaver Dam Ky In Memory Ida Aldene daughter of J D and Maggie Taylor was born March 16 1910 and after a few days of Intense suffering from Brain fever fell peacefully asleep in the arms of Jesus on May 29th What a brief life but what a world of memories to loved onesShe was the joy of the family but the Alwise God deemed her too fair and pure to dwell in this cold world of storms and sorrows so He sent his angel band to stake dear little Aldene to that blessed land of ever lasting sunshine and happiness where she will never be sick nor suffer any more darlinggrave but Just over the River beck oning with outstretched arms to fath er and mother to come We cannot call Aldene back but some sweet day we can clasp her to our bosom again in that New Jerusalem Sleep on sweet babe and take thy rest God called thee home lie thought it Belt AN AUNT Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club Attractive Summer Tours The Illinois Central Raflroad Com pany offers very attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rates to the fol lowing points Boston Mass with ocean trip one way between Boston and Norfolk al so same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada tho Great Lakes and St Lawrence Resorts California Chicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springe and paeblo including route one way via Chicago Jerewy Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts Including Bay View Charlevoix Harbor Springs Macklnac Island and Petoskey Minnesota bake Resorts MexicoNew City New York City with 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In October Other County OttlcerC S Moxfley Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky It FD No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hartford Ky R F DNo 2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr ADRlley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In neuedaYaafterter 3rd Monday In 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September WednesdaY after 3rd Monday In December John H Mlles Ilockport Friday after 3rd Monday In after 3rd Monday In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December- M C Cook Renfrow Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas 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and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build lag FRANK Le FELiX Attorneyat Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohh and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lec tofta Specialty Office In the Here aid building YANC L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all tin Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Now tary Public Office over First National Bank JOHN B WILSON cnxsMcnowB WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio find adjoining cbun ties and in the cart of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House aneountrlaornor Pptz pb lgtd II THAT PA MmtI Othamtdoroeaeyaaca- rapeneend you tucc l IoarortreGuldSock03SOB Seventh StreetWAHINOTOND KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE Till LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR Ie8 BrPBICBIAND ALL THROAT JNDlUNI1IIOlIIL- EIGUJLUITKZD SATISPACTOIR OK mONITXKXVUMDJRU PROCURED AND DEFENDED mod armwiiur txiit jKwvuanaire report Free fulrtoe bow to etuUa tiatenu trmda luuM copjAabtteta IPI ALL COUNTRIES Bailiff direct uj VaiUgto sari tfmy many and tin thtpatent EsclaelratyWrite 1 B2S KloUt ttwrt en Vcltii SUtn Xitat OS WASHINGTON Cu J FAIRBANK8 MORSE Gasoline Engines I Pumps water griDchtfeed shells corni cWorka every day at a amaU cost to operate All sizes tot all purposes Send for catailogue 802 AddressFAIRBANKSMORSE CO LpusVlile kt t a r c 6 f t pI t i SPOTTY WINGS LiGKNOt AS r Kentuckys Shrewdest and Most Famous Criminals I Could Play Dead And Feigned an Incurable Disease For I Nearly Two Years i V Now that there Is eft iflUch talk of s prison reform and that the new refTonriltory law Is EO soon to go trio effeotlt is iDlerostlng to know that there aro between 400 to 600 convicts In the penljoctlarj at Frankfort who have done time before In a penitentiary In some other Statesays the Frankfort News Ono who visits the prison casu ally or oven if one la long asso ciated there would not discover this fact Col E E Mudd the warden of tho Frankfort penitentiary is fast boDomlng doe of the most expert crl radnblogUt in the country and he hUB tbe reputation now of being one of tie best prison men in the United Suites Col Mudd says that the number omen f known as professional criminals pickpockets safeblawers iburglais and holdup men at present In the Frankfort penitentiary fa pretty close to SOO This is surprising to nearly oreryibody who thought that most of the convicts were local murderers or i iJ vas The man who has been In a prison where they lave the locktrap or had Ibt whcn that prisoner was a oinvlct there Is easily spotted as he can not http walking in1 the lock td fashion when the line begins to move Oal MuM has become eo expert ithat he can nearly always spot a man who tida been In the penitentiary before by dimply watching his conduct and man mar after he gets to the iprlson here The professional crcok makes a gOOd prisoner Col Mudd says arid he bas no trouble with the men of that ctaas as long as they are given de coat treatment But the warden says that it they are oppressed op poorly fed or badly treated they become dan gerous Of course men of that class andd1to take a chance to escape if they can get away without hurting any Jwiy Col Mudd says that contrary to the popular opinion the pro fessional criminal will not hurt any bofly unless It te necessary to en afola him to escape when cornered except aa a last reson being wise enough to know that the conse quences will be either hanging or life time in prison How the convicts are to bo transferred to Bddyvllle and the convicts there brought back here is a problem I that Col Mudd and the prison officials legislaturedidthe railroad fare of the convicts In going to and from EddO s4lle and ItI la to be a costly trip some five hundredS or more men having to be ta ken bash ways During a general dlscusHom of con vlofc when several Kentucky pitison officials were present Ihi the office capitol Spotty Wing as one of the most nosed criminals imthe country Is call 00was brought up potty Is the man who escaped from the Bddyvllle pimitontlary by pretending to have lo oamotor ataxia for two years and then decamping as soon as he was placed In the hospital from which jhue It was easy to escape A safe was blown near Smlthland veld i jje police there rounded up spotty He was called Conroy then Shortly after his arrest John Grayat who was commonwealths attorney re ceived a letter from the chief of po lice of Cincinnati the late chief Betel Identifying Conroy He told Mr Gray at not to pay any attention to any thing the man did if he dies dont bury him but send hhutoMie peni tentiary fur he Is not dead wrote REdtchHefQl thatConroy was able to do antyithicg and could counterfeit Amosit any symptom or any disease and coufd die without being deed One morning shortly before Conj roy was to bo tried at Sonlthland ho reamed o ibe ill and physicians pro ounced him dying Ho was lying ort hta cot In a Jail cell looking like he could not live twelve hours Many of those who saw tho maa said that to ooold not live but a few hours and ijfcey wanted Mr Grayol to have him wanovcd from the jail PejjWpE the tcW a defective from Cincinnati reach e Smlthlaqd t10 Menfy the criminal Htf walked iJ1lU tho jai where convoy wtying seemingly wean death aoek ribJm over carefully and then sold Why Spotty Wing you old wound ntt Yjto the same old ticks are F you vGet up from there and etraks hands with me The apparently dying mane rose f the cot called the detective b name shook hands with him and said What In are you fining tiers Are you after me That ended Bprftys pretenses until he went to the penitentiary where he pretended to have an incurable disease and to be unable to walk o do anything for himself He used crutches and 009 days in walking arms tho prison yard which was slippery with sleq his crutches slipped Spot tydld not give himself away but fell sprawling and lay helpless He was picked up by the wanenwho has bee fclcWng himself ever stare becaus at that very time potty waa hole to whip any man in the penitentiary I I was no n1otoJU than when he was am vlctedlnBmithland Nothing has bete n hoard of him since ho escaped from the prison CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of A Timely Warning About Flies In every town and locality In th State many people have failed to heed the numerouswarnings thatbave been issued against files Attention has been called to the tact that they are ono of Uio moat dangerous men aces to life and hiealth with which mankind has to contendbelng1 respon sible for a large proportion of all ca- stS of typhoid fever and diarrhoea diseases of Infants and many oases of tubticulcsls and other contagilcus diseases They have caused thousands of deaths in Kentucky and wffll conitfiriue theilr work of deirxuctlon until housekeepers awaken to the fact and tn auguiuite a warfare that will jtiiult In their extermination This can be accompld ted deflnitcly and effectively It requires only the removal of rUth Fles breed to fllUh and in filth alone Without Ultlh ttheiie can be no riles More than 90 pr cent of them breed in stable manure and the balance Jn garbage ouJhaus CQ and other forms of refus The fly season is at hand Prompt notion at this time may prevent many deaths duricg the summer and fall and a grave rt6poasiUiili3y rests upon all heaHth officers and other citizen An Immediate and thorough clean Ing of premises should be effected and further nccuumlatlons of filth avoided Stable manure should be kept in vaults or boxes screened or covered or frequently sprinkled with lime or kerosene and should be temoved at least ours a week Garbage receptacles should be care fully covered and the contents sprinkled with unslaked lime or oil Privy vaults should be made fly proof and their contents frequently sprinkled wiah lime In addCtlon fo the measures for the prevention of the breeding of files every effoifc should to made to prevent them from entering Ahe house or hav ing access to milk or other foods All doors and windows especially those of the kitchen and diningroom should be screened and ordinances to this effect should be enacted acd en forced Flies Should be especially kept away from the sick end If one is discover ed in the sick room it should be kill ed Excreta and urine from the sick should be covered with fresh lime for an hour and then burled People iwlio line cleaned their own premises should demand that their neighbors should do Hkewles and notify the Braid of Health of any failure or refusals It Is Important to remem ber ittet no house Is safe unless every other one for a mile around Is clean Thds applies especially to tenants houses and negro quarters The saving of life and suffering will amply repay for all the trouble and expemue Either man must kill the fly or the fly will kill he ml1uFrom the State Board of Health of Kentucky t Wanted An organizer in this section for our sick accident and life Insurance catrlflcates on a very liberal renew al contract Write atonce Kentucky State Manager 10311041 Drexel Build lug Philadelphia PennfL V Trinnial Concleave Knights Templar Aug 13For above occasion na nola Central Railroad Co give special rate nn jli50 round trip from Beaver Dam Ky special rates from otfhcr points on apprecatlon dates of sale August 4 6 Gand 7 1910 Final return limit Auguet 17th exceut up on depcslt of ticket and pIlwtmtUf fee of 50 cents an extension of final limit to Sept 6th 1910 Wrap be secured JE WILLIAMS Agemit H p Timely Counsel for Young Mar 1riedPeople Marriage Is the founding of a fame ly and on the permance and security of the family depend the welltoe ing of the nation Therefore wtoea the bride steps over the still and enters her new homo when the husband fcr thy flrat time size down at the head sacramentrwero celdbrateld the beginning of married life i so lmpoiiant as to be solemn what a pIty It la that too often the con treating pansies enter on marriage wit eo slight a same cf Its deep meaning farnreaching consequences the meet ob- scUla IMrrled rater may tuna far doA the unknown future their traits and characteristics as children and chil drens chdlclreii repeat them Fidelity Is the corner stone of marriage and the family exists in Us porfectilcn only there Is good faith unmarried and confidence unflavored by doubt in the sacred chicle of the homeJealuousystcpteicm and thedr evil brocd poison the atmosphere of the familyAt outset the young people Who marry should resolve never to permit the sun to god own on their wrath Lovera fondly fancy that they will never have a quarrel that no breath thatethey will not for an interest have even a misunderstanding Being subject to the Infirmities that beset Adams eons and Eves daughter however most youthful husbands and wives occasionally have little differences which need not amount to jars if they simply follow one rule Never go to sleep at night except In friendly harmony If there has been a deferential to heir huhani- ns they are bedtime If either has sat or done anything to wound the other confess and ask pardon before the head touches ithe pillow Marriage mua exemplify friendships highest Ideals or else it will be a failure Husbands should be as courteous to their wives as to the wives and daugh tens of other men Wives should be as dlferential to lUielr husbands as they are to other men whom they meet In wcl y- HUloonids and wives should respect each others privacy Married people like other people should knock before they enter a closed dcor Even the most devoted wife may not always wish her hmlband to burst unannoun ced Into her room and the most ador- Ing husband may prefer that his wife should tap at the loot of hs den be fore she walks In This precaution may be dubbed bite lutln b some oldfashioned readers yet It Is simply the penfeolon of graceful oldschool courtesy Nagging on the Pan of a wife and faultfinding on the put of the hus band are Inexcusable and fatal per formances Recriminations and jests that hide a sneer of a sting are shockingly out of place in marriage 0 It Is the litle rift within the lute That by and by will make the music muteA husband should not open his wifes leiiers nor should she open his Because persons are married they have nwi given up the privilege of correspondence without curious crutlny Money is a fruitful source df do mestic misery A wife should not hay D ask for money nor shold her husband be stow It upon her The family Income belongs to both The man earns It the woman admin isters it A husband pays the Tent buys the coal settles the doctors bills pays the taxes carries oathe outside management cf the home A wife should keep strip housekeep- Ing accounts pay butcher baker dressmaker grocer and dry goods bills For thls putposo she should have a stipulated weekly or monthly allowance so thai she need not always be going to John for he milkmans or icetrjans money and that she needs not always explain what became of the dollar she had In her puree last Monday com mon sense and complete confidence Insures good manures in family fi nance Children Cry I FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA A Queer Existance Both the medical and legal profession on the continent of Europe are keenly interested in the remark able caee of the Bohemian twin sis ters Blazek one of whom Rosa recently became the mother of a boy The sisters who are known to the world as the successors of the famous Siamese twins Chang and Erg have the mlsfortunellke themto be join ed together and there Is speculation as to how the second girl Josepha Is legality affected by the occurnece Hitherto the twins have been re gardejd in the eyes of the law as one subject It Is now asserted that this staeolaffairs pahncit continue1 Con cob a I ntal lawyers are enlarging upon Jpeephas case even going to the length of saying that she would be wdithln her rights la demanding romp nstUon for tho inconvenience she was forced to undergo One report sari that she has quarreled with Ro- M and demands to be separated no matter at what risk In this It Is pointed out she still has the law on herside the agreement of the see and twin to such an operation Is le- I gaily unnecessary Mentally the young womenwho are 32 years oldare as different as cant be Rosa is tho prettier and more In telligent and vivacious Het sister Is of a qutat itomporainent and perfers- A seer thg greater part f Iho ar- i The sisters dont always agree but after a quarrel it is Rosa who invariably breaks the Ice with her los amlabo companion Though the same blood clrcuiatt5 through the two bodies If ono Is ill the oler Is not necessarily so in deedat the time her child was born Rosathe mother had a temperature several degrees higher than that of Josepha Often when ono Is out of sorts the other 10 perfectly well In direct opposition to this fact ex periments on the twins have shown that If a drug is administered to ore it acts on both The operation of separating them should this step be decided on would not necessarily mean death to either of them TOIs was proved by Dr Doyen the Paris surgeopwho separated the twins Ra diva and Doodlca some years agothe operation becoming Imperative owing to the latters state of health The subsequent death of the twins was caused by tuberculoslsSt Louis Post Dispatch p A Wild Blizzard Raging dOO1l1toand lasrlppe that terror of Winter and Spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower part of nosa sore chills and fever main in back of head and a nhroatgripplng cough When Grip attacks as you value your life dont delay gettilrs Dr Kina New Discovery One bot Ue cured me WrIteS A Ii Dunn of Pine Valley Miss after being laid COldS1J1oeJd1S by all druggists m QuicksCold and Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia In 30 minutes At druggist or by mail JC Mendenhall Medicine Co EviDsviiieifd The Old Man Dreams O for one hour of youthful Joy Give bock my twentieth Spring Id rather laugh a brighthaired boy Than reign a greyhalml King Off with the spoils of Avrlnkled ageii Away with Learnings crown Tear out lifes WUdowwrJtUin page And dash Its trophies down One moment let my lifeblood sa+tam From iboyhcods fount of flame Give me one giddy reeling dream Of life all love and fame My listening angel heard the prayer And calmly smiling said If I but touched that silvered hair Thy hasty wish hash sped But is there nothing In shy track To bid theo fondly stay While the swift wsons hurry back To fill the wlshedfor day Ah truest soul of womankind Thout thee what were life bliss I cannot leave behind lone takttmay precious wife The angel took a sapphire pen And wrote In rainbow dew Them man would be a boy again And be a husband too And Is them nothing yet unsaid Before the charge appears Remember all hclr gifts have fled With those dlssolvlg yearn Why yes for memory would recall My fond paternal Joys I could not bear to leave them all Ill takemygirlandboysT- he angel smiling dropiwd his pell dOjIAnd be a father too And to I laughed my laughter woke Tho household with Its noise- And wrote my dream when morning broke To pleas the grayhaired boys Making Life Safe Everywhere life Is being made more safer through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills In Constipation Bll llousnesB Dyspepsia Indigestion Liv er troubles Kidney diseases and Bowel disorders Theyre easy but sure and jwrfooUy build up the eealtb 29o at all druglte sn UNION MADE 200 and 260I Fart Color Eyelets Untl PatriotismThe stomach is larger factor in lQliherty and thopur- suit of happiness than most peoplQ pre aware Patriotism can withstand hunger but not dyspepsia The confirmed dys peptio is fit for treason stratagems and spoils The man who goes to the front for country with a weakstomach will be a weak soldier and a fault finder A sound stomach makes for good cltizcnsmp as well as fo 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DRHUGHOMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE tSCOUroSUTID i EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS yn r WESTERN KENTUC KYS GREATESTFAIF1 1Jt J ItGREAT HOPKINS COUNTY FA1Rf f MadisonvilleKY July 19 20 21 2223 F and Vaudeville Attractions omethiag going on all the Time See the GREAT DERBY RACE on Wednesday Great Array of Races Rang Shows at830 Returning leave Madlsonvllle545 p m on July 20 212223 One fare for round r July 20 Special tram will leave Hartford a m 1 BANDITS ROB TRAIN Hundred Passengers Part With Their Valuables Exact Amount That Robbers Ob Tained Has Not Yet Been Learned Ogden Utab Juno 27 Three masked bandits hold up the second sootion ot Onogon Short Lillie train No I noithbound leaving Ogden at 130 oclock this mol1nlngat Second tIirt In the northern Part ot this city All the 1s3engers were 11- elIovl ot their valuables and too eX press messenger kns compelled to de llv01 the conte11ts ot his safe The exaot amount the robber obtained has not been dotermlndeI- 1wo passengers and two trainmen wero Injured TJle robbers drove to Second street from Ogden In a bug gy They stopped the train by placing railroad tor1odoes on the track When the eraginuter brought the train to a stop the head brakeman went onward to crtalu the cause or the delay and rwas istruck with a revolver by one or the robber Ho was cheat taken at the mint or a gun to the express oat and com pleled to call to tho messenger to open the door IuJ soon Us the door was opened one ot the bandits crawled In and commaudeil the messenger to open the safe After rUling the saretile rbbsrs turned Um attention to Ule coaeheA As they s rW for the coaches Rear Brakeman N B Franklin was met as he was on fits way forward The bandits commanded him to halt but ho dlstgardllll the order and two shots were flrtl at him He then Hoied and one or the bandits knookoo him down Franklin rolled Into a ditch where Iw reigned uncon selows After teeing that lIe wM not watched he jumped up and ran three blOCks to the honvi of Depay Sheriff John Hutchens whom he aroused and informed or the ruU1ery The dUlmt hurrlId tJo trio sovue arriving just ts the train pulled out for the north When Conductor Williami leer the train Ire wan cavcred by one robber and oircd biek Ina cl1toh While one deryrerado mood guard over Engineer Klrkwood Clio other twowlth revolvers drawn went through the train ordering rich pas yrger to hand over hhs valuable Ono woman Mrs J II 13111 was relieved or a Pair ot dlarwaud earrings which were torn from her ears A foreigner who J name wun not learnodwas assaulted by the nbbers The IInan did not understand what was going on and was brutnlly beaten with the butt of a rHvolvur After the train had been rObbllJtJl bandits flied a fusillade or shuts In the air to terror Ize the 1bsscl1fllgO into their bug gy and drove away Sheriff Wiison gathered a small posse and surto in lrursult There weru uearly 100 passengers on the train 4ryono or whom lost something HERBERT Jtnc 27Mrs J B chamJlera ncd tons Henry taxwcll and Virgil will loavo for Vetblsh lad tomorrow to vtslt J1r3 J N Barden- 1r Arthur Hutdett Is now In Den vor Colorado where he has no Tosl RionCllr Frank Brune is at hone for the summer from iozington State Col logo Mr Forest Hawkins and bride nee Miss Ada Blake of Bowling Giken are pnodlng thu summer lilt Mr Sam HaWklna Mr and Mrs Henry MIllgan and daughter Alena were the gUests of Dlr and Mrs twm Wells Whltesvlllc Sunday Mr John head and dattghpr Ethel and grand daughter Ruth Griam ot Own bora fJpeDt rmeral daS nt Mr Jim FOrdS this wook lira Edna Ford Duncan and daughter Hilda have returned home alter a years lJtay tar Olorado Mr Blon bioseley And wtrePellvl11c were At Mr J D fjruners Sunday The young People of Herbert have I organized a social club which gave an nlertnlnment Friday night twhkh rwaa a strocess and pleasure to many Miss Eunice Baize gave n Tarty Saturday night which was largely attended Mrs Ike Crow will move Into Mr Wm Fords resldenoo this week Mr pate Taylors smoke holt was atnack by lightning last week and Some damage done and Mrs Etta Mar Harrison was considerably shockde- Mr and Mrs Charlie Taylor were In Loulsvillu last Sunday Misses Myrtle Burdett and Mattie Bunett and 3lessrs Hurbert Burdett and Charlie D Neal arended church at Pelvl1le sunday Mr R M Miller and wife vlsttod at C W Phillips Sunday afternoon Mrs John Rherdon 1s at home af ter a weeks stay In Owonf1boro Mrs Fannie Rice was In Owensboro- Vedno3day Mr Arthur Fords family spent FrI- day night at Mr John Harve LloYdS Aotna1I1e Excursion Rates Fourth of July The Illinois CentrAl R R CO autho rims one and onerhlrd fare for round- trip tickets on sale July 2nd 3rd and 4th 1910 final return limit July 8th 1910 Rata Aplled to all stations J E WILLIAMS Agen- tS SExamination for Doctors Bowling Green I y June 27 1910 Editors Herald Hartford KyThe examination for Ii certificate to practice medicine In this State- will be held at the Armory In Louisville Tuesday Vednesday and Thursday July 6th rth and 7th next This eXAmination will Include every sect who desires to practice the healing art In any or Its branches and Is designed to protect the people from tg- nnranee and incompetency In the treatment of disease The Board will appreeate your call InS attention to It us no one can be a legal practitioner without this cer tlficute and no unregistered pracU- tloner can legally collect any tees Thanking you for your cooperation In our work J am Very truly yours J N lcCORMACK- Soo Ky Stale Board of Health FILE TEST SUIT AfiUINSTINGREASE1 Additional Assessment Unfair 1Say Two Property Hold ders of Louisville Louisville Ky Juno 29Seeing to resist payment of a 12 per cent increase Iin taxation on property ln Jef Iferson county as Provided by the Stao Board of Equalization last WInter at Frankfort two more suits were riled la the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court yt s terday by John A Armstrong and Julius C Hero The defendants named In both eases are the same and ar Pres Ray CIa rk ot he County court and A M Emler Sheriff of Jefferson countyArmstrong sets forth In hiS Tetttion that he has two pieces or Propertr valued air 1300 and 455 which will be effected by the raise He states hlsproperty is listed at 1480and was raised to 165760 Both petitions al leges the increase Is made contrary to lawIt Is claimed by both plaintiffs that they tendered the amount ot Mazes due on their property prior to the time the Increase In the assessed valu was made In character the petitions aTe a writ ot Injunction and are filed for the PUrpose of testing the action of he Board of Equalization In making the 12 per cent increase Inassoosed valuations not only In Jefferson COunty Jut la many counties or the State Armstrong sets forth In his petition that the board acted as a board or as sessment and not as a board of equalization assessing tile various counties In the state to the aggregate Increase of 60000000 20000000 or which Is charged to Jefferson county The dlfrernece In the suits or Arm strongand Hero Is that the former re fuses to pay the Increase on real prop PROGRAM Of MUSICAL Mrs Mary H CofTmans Class West Point Baptist Church Saturday Evening July 21910 SongOver the Meadows Pearls Misses Everly Render Coffman Messrs Brown Everly Bell Piano DuettPrimrose CristOrphaPiano SoloBelfry Echoes LermanMa-ry Render Vocal DuetMr and Mrs Jones Annie Everly Lentus BrownfPiano DuettsJa The Merry Skater Litterbart Negro Melody Wachs Ida and Louisa Coffman QuartetteDown Where the Daisies are Blooming Misses Bell and Render Messrs Brown and Everly Piano SoloMerry Games Frate Mabyn Render VocalCould I but KnowClark Everly Piano SoloDie Muhle Jensen Annie Everly 5 SongThe Scientific FrogOrpha Bell Eva Brown Mabyn Render Piano SoloFairy Fountain Kern Naomi Bell SongA Little Secret Bristow Mabyn Render Pianoa La Lisonjera Chaminade Springs Awakening Epsen Op 31 Ida Coffman Vocal TrioDistant Chimes Glover Misses Render Everly and Bell Piano SoloAutumn Idyl Renard Louisa Coltman lQuartetteA Natural SpellMisses Coffman and Bell Messrs Ever ly and Brown Vocal DuettJesus Lover of My SoulMisses Render Piano SoloSunny Hours Engtemd7i Eva Brown SongA faded P nsyMary Render Piano DuettsaEnglemahb I Ida Coffman Mary Hutcheson Coffman Male QuartetteCall JohnMessrs Brown Everly Bell and brown Piano SoloGarden PartyOrpha Bell Piano DuettSchool March Engreman Misses Mary and Mabyn Render low Vocal DuettMatrimonial AdventuresNaomi Bell Marvin Bell SongThe New KingdomOrpha Bell Eva Brown QuartetteCome where the Lilies BloomMisseS Render and Bell Messrs Everly and Brown Piano DuettColumbian Galop Goerdler Annie Everly Naomi Bell Awardipg Prizes s v Y arty and the latter on personal prop orty The case will Abe held before Judge Miller at 10o tock SWurday mornlp Ee Notice to ColApany II Every member of Co II Is required to be present tar drill on the afternoon of July 4 1910 at 130 p m Pay for recent service at the Government Inspection together with commutation of rations will be dis tributed All absentees at the last Inspection must submit written masons for absence on or before this date This is Imperative Assignments on the target range must be made on this date J M DeWEESE Capt E M WOODWARD 1st Lleut Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 177 dL- rected 4o me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court In favor ot E F Dondua against Mayworth Barnard for the sum of 60352 with Interest from the 13 day of July 1909 and 1180 cost I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4th day of July 1910 be tween the hours of ten oclock a m and two oclock p m at the Court House door ID Hartford Ohio County Kentucky expose to PUBlJC SALE I to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may I be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costa towit A tract ot land bounded as follows Beginning at a POInt on low water mark In the line ot Moore and Crab tree on north side of Tough river thence extending N 35 W 4520 feet to a stone on the edge of the Hart and Ross Riffle road thence extend Ing S 35 E 40S0 toot to a stone on the bank of Rough river thence extending with the meanders of Rough river 1305 feet to the point of be- glnlng 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 Nosy 1 23 and 4 as the same Is now fenced being same lots conveyed by Mary E Taylor to Rowan Holbrook on 19th day of September 1900 and of record Ohio County Clerks Office Deed Book No 2j6 subject to a mort gage of Bank of Hartford levied upon as the property ofMayworth Barnard TERMS Sale will be made on a credit ot 6 months bond with approv ed sdcurtty required bearing Interest at the rate ot 6 Per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a bond WITNESS my hand this 14th day of June 1910 T H BLACK Sheriff O C The Wheat Crop The past week has been a busy one with the farmers throughout the en tire county In nearly every section wheat cutting has been In progress 111 some sections nearly the entire crop Is cut while In other parts of the county there still remains some wheat standing However with good weather prevailing all the wheat will be In the shock before the end of the present week The weather In this section has been tine for the work of harvesting and the crop this year will make a good yield There have been better crops than the present one but It Is above the average and In some lo calities the yield Is much better than lost year The thrashing process will begin thttt week and all things point to a successful garnering NARROWS June 29birs Dr Lawlace retur ed home Tuesday fromOWensboro where she had been visiting heraol- Dr and Mrs C oSbY came home Tuesday from a visit Ito frIends and relatlvF13 a Htbblrdsvl11e Mrs Ida Renlrow and daughter Miss Ellaspent Sunday In days sties Isabelle Thomtta FOrdSVl11el ipa HowardIone LoulavlJ this week to a 8veclalut lO rave her eyes treated The little eon ol Wood Shultz died Tuesday night with flux Mr shutz ha three other children seriously lll- of flex The members t the d S of Eo a- thle place heiprld Mr rOOd 13hu1 with Lie crop Wednetrdayson accOUnt ot slclmeas in he family Me Shult- zhu been uuAble to lWorkI No WHITE SLAVE TRUST IS FOUND Rockefeller Grand Jury Reports No Evidence of Organized Traffic in Womon New York June 28We have found no evidence r the existence In the county of Now York of any orgganiza lion or organlzatlora engaged In the traffic of women for l1tinJUI purposes We have not found evidence of any organized traffic In WOaMn for immoral punposea- fFhls wps the opening of the pros eatment by the special grand Jury or which John D RooIstfeller Jr Is loro mean which hnaJeen Investigating white slas oondltione In this city The presentment was handed up several days ago but was not filed by judge OSullivan of General Sessions until today The presentment denounces most heartily the men who profit from the unlawful practices ot unfortunate worn on Moving picture shows are sharply crltlclsed and condemned in the Presentment which speaks of them as creating evil In the minds of children The presentment qJlekf of having found 125 mast e and manicuring Jar lots to be nothing mOre than disorderly houses where nmnlcur11IIg Is ad- venlsed or performed for a bUnd The presentment suggests that laws be framed to control the OPeration Of massage and manicure establish ments A supervision or such places by the Board of Health J8 recommended In relation to the consorts ot dissolute women it TeCOmmend that therE be formed b crusade against them and than legtelatioa be effected looking toward their extermination COncerning the tenement house laws the presentment SUgges6 that theY be revised on a stricter bash and recommends that at commission be 1lI QOlntad by the Mayor to study title quesUon of soCt4l evil 1i thQ citice- of this and other countrIes oq Your Taaes To the Tax Payers of ohio County I have received my tax books tor 1910 and am now ready ItO dssue re- ceipta and trust that you will not watt to be seen by myself or one of my deputies but will come forward and settle as early as poastbla Respectfully I T H BLACK S O C I COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE June 27Th farmers of this place- are very busy cutting wheat Rev Brcii Shields Of this plaoo filled his regular apolntmenlt at Mon tacella Saturday sad sunday Mr George Taylor of this Placewho has been on the sick list for sometime Js said to be some better 3ltsa Audra Taylor returned home Saturday niter several days visit with friends In the Cool Springs netghbor hood Mr C W Stevens Beaver DatIijvs Jted his parents Mr and 3ftu O M Stevens Wednesday Mr and Mrs Luther Rains and two daughters Cool Springs spent Satur dQy wLh 3Ir and Mrs Byron Taylor and Saturday night with Mr and biro C loL Stevens Mrs Wna 3filler visited Mrs Nettere Miller from TUesday until Thursday bliss LeStl Miller of near Beaver Dann spent SundQr nl ht with her brother Mr Tolbert Miller Mrs J P Coleman of Prentis vieI ltod Mrs C M Stevens of this place Tuesday Mr and Irs Robert Liles visited thelrldaughter Mrs EmmJ Taylor DfJ4 near Beaver Dam sunJday Ultra Eva C Miles spent T1WrsdW- nlgly with Nina Stnvens Everybody come tin SUJ1dtJy school ynext sunday ut 930 a m lR Our lOand H 15 Suits Are surpassing values You ought to see the values we are offering at these two special prices Handsome weaves thee 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 morevalue getting than you believe possible in clothes Blacks gray browns 3 in all the new combinatiftJ1s in Cassi meres and Worsteds are fqund in this collection We are at yqr service for I look This store is her 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 Iyour interest is our interest We want you to investigate and satisfy yourselves Ifullytha1 these conditions actually e ist We serve rather than just soll I E P Barnes Bros BEAVERKYr ilIIA r