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Lj C lit i 4 tt i iI l tf c Mtxrtfr Bqrnblican1 lC nJObWork DEVOTED TO TIlE INTEaESTSOF ALL TliOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year IiXXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTyjy FRIDAYJUTY8191O No51 I I CAPITOL CITY DESERTED VILLAGE 4 I Business Transacted by 1 c 800 Deparment Clerks i Republican Prospects Have Grown Brighter Since Congress I Adjourned I J 7 Washington D C July 4 1910 Since last week th natlpnal capital baa become a deserted village Congress the President the diplomatic orps an sqclety have all scattered Simultan- eouslY with the departure of the Pre iI fjjont and Congress the point of na tional interest was shifted to lew York when the exPresident returned imd it now appears that wherever he iB there the middle men ot Ihe pres JIe gathered together and from that J jiplnt political news is disporseo BAis onallcaplf1l 1800 clerks who really know the routine better than Presidents and cabi nets and chiefs of bureaus But until the first or middle of October thera wilt h5 ma little to attract the attention of the public to Washington Since the adjournment of Congress two Senators Daniels of Virginia and McCumber of North Dakota has 1ien- McHenry of Louisiana have died one reelected and Representative Gronna ot that State has also been elected tJ the Senate to fill an unexpired terin ot Johnson of North Dakota who died shortly after he was elected To nil appearances there is a slight Inp in thc insurgency movement It Is announced that Senators Cum- mins and Dolliver have cancelled lecturing engagements und the pamon JInil Pythias relation renewed between jlhe President and the wcPresldent nt Beverly ds a straw indicating poll IcJacoord and peace Col Roassvetts dermluation to keep his hands oif 1KlItiw has yielded to Gov Hughes solicitation and he Isamixed dn the S Now York leoglslatlve flghtwlth am suit that appears to be temporary defeat It need not however be assumed that Col Roosevelts personal friendship for President Taft means that he approves hls attitude in the BallingerPlnchot affair or that he 1st not at heart in sympathy with the progressive element of his party Thoso who are giving the subject cf the tariff board luvestlgntlors at tention are of the opinion that tho wool and cotton schedules will be brought urgently before Congress at the next onThe President has directed this board to make a careful Investigation cf all the tariff ached ules and the boardhas arrnged to do so Each schedule is to have the at tention of experts and it is believed that very special attenlon is to be given to the wool schedule and to the cotton schedules It will be re 18Dbred that during the special Ve3 sion for the enactment of a now tariff j law the debates brought out the fact that the wool schedule was themctit Important of all The moat progresalTe Senators of the Republican sida were strenuous in their urgency of lower ratas Senator Dolflver of Iowa elo quently assailed the wOQI schedule He made ithe most and WooISChet11ule mainly approving Vie late tariff legis lation as the best that had heritor fore been enacted IUssaId has nev ertheless held that the wool ached ute was without defense and Judging by the facts presented to the Sen ate by Dolliver und others and by the Presidents known opinion on the sub ject it Is anticipated that the tariff IwuvJ will advisee thA both the wool and oottoir schedule be amended by tho reduction of duties r There is no doubt that the Repub lican patty will iu the coming1 olec t6nB have a better standing thairjras ej3pect cUwoorth1eemonwIhe government jtsi winding up the Clascal year in good shape All tho figures re 4 jatifeg to receipts and expenditure t areiot ret In but such are now in show thatthe twaaury wiUg btffou h the year with practically no deficit This h ill niuch better than the financial con dltioa one year ago A new system hWrbeen adopted Utfce Treasury stat roeft and the priJHtf recfelpts arid a disbursements Hire kept apart from the Panama Canl coount If this ac count should be tak n Into considera tion there would be it deficit of about thirtyfour millions At this time one year ago the flzcnj year ended with a deficit of fiftynine milIons to the account of ordinary rreceipts and dis bursements andoue hundred and elgh tcgn millions taking into consideration the account of the punama canal Itwill beamatttv of stofacUpnto Americans sufficiently well informed in financial affairs to know that ordinary reojipia and expenditures now nearly balance each other S S Found Dr Cooks Record on Mountain Colorado Springs Cot July 5P 6 CarrIgan an able seaman and plcer minner who arrived in CQlorndo Spring a few days ago said today that heI had climbed Mount McKinley and found there the copper ube and records Iet by Dr Oook tp ejtabliah tluit latters claim of having first ascended the mountain Carrtganns tMory is regarded by John It Bradley Dr COOk former bicker as sufficiently plausible to warrant careful investigation JOHNSON IS I NOW CHAMPIONS Defeats Jeffries in Fifteenth Round at Reno Reno July 4John Arthur John son of Texas a negro son of an American slave tonight is the first and undisputed heavyweight champ ion of the world James JeffrfesJtootqIJUfOrnla win ner of twentytwo championship fights a malwho was never brought to his knees before by a blow to night passed into history aStl brok en idol He met utter defeat at the hands of the black champion While Jeffries was not actually counted out he was sawed only from this crowning humiliation by his friends pleading with Johnson not to hit the fallen man again and as the towel was being brought Into the ring at the end of the fifteenth round Rickard raised his black arm and the crowd filed out glum and silent Jeffries was dragged to his cor norbl eding from his nose and mouth and a dozen cuts on his face He had a black and closed eye and swollen features and he held his head In his hands dazed and incoherent Johnson walked out of the ring without a murk on his body except a slight cut on the Up which was tie opening of a wound received In trainingRing experts agree it was not a championship fight Jeffries had a chance in the second round perhaps but after the sixth It was plain that he was weakened and outclassed In every point and after the eleventh round It was hopeless JEFFERIES STATEMENT 1 lost my fight jiejiterday after noon because I dJd not have the isnap of youth used to Have I believed la my own htUrt that nil the oldtime dash was ltI ne but when I pjianted to execute toe speed and youfJiful ftmanla were lacking The things I used fro do were impossible FOr in stance I used to shoot dn a rlpttt hanld body punch a sortof short ramge blow that never used to fan me snaipwastosp II suppose moot tmy trainers and helpers will toy tat I dd not box enougfo It would not have made ony difference df I had Epar red a dozen times oftener than I did I Eilmply waa nothere and flhaifs all there ia to it lguessWs ail my own faIt I waa g itdlcig along nicely and thing poacafullytftn Toy oifalfa fanri but wjibui ithey staijted calUngf or me and mentioning me aa Uo iwbite mans hope t I gueae myijjrlde got the better of my good judgment M Halt I worked long and handto condflon myaseif and I waa fit so ar aa airenfetlh gGeSi but the old noceEsary snap land dash the wiUtogneas fio tear ia and cruelht were not wktb me Six year ago the result would have B4Ifterent but DW4Welli guwa the public wainet me alone of tar lh1 SUIICKIN6 SUICIDE I Mrs Carr Blows Out Brains i at Central City No Known Cause for Horrible Deed Had Just Become- a Mother CenUvU City Ky July 4Mrs Aiudo Hoag Carr the pretty young wiite of Richard OarrwilIe tempor arily Insaiw stot the top off h head with a shotgun at her theme in Ceajal City and died two days later Mrs Carr was ono of the known and much loved matrons ol Central Olty having bon a tcioher in the city schools here wlieTe she gave entire satisfaction Something like a year ago eho manfed Mr Richard Carr a wen known wad trusted employe of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad company and continued to teach hr achool until about four months ago On Fnlday June 24 tbeir baby boy arrived and Hie mo ther was overjoyed She made no complaint cf feeling badly but was much concerned about her baby She ate her dlnEeT as usual and her baa band a short time after dinner had Btarted to Dr Creels office to repor fear condition Her sitter iMlss BT1- Hoog bad left the room only a taw momentswhen the report of the gun was beard Rushing to her sisters room a found her lying beside the ben on the floor with the gun in her hand tho top of her head gone and the brains oozing out Mrs Canr thud tett her ted stycuned and loaded the gun herself and lying on the floor so aa not to dnjure the bay she had pointed the gun toward her head pulling the trigger wWh her toe Evidently her whole mind was centered on the bafcyaa he had suf fortd a1th the colic since noon and roe fearcd it would not live Her husband went ito tim iphjslclan and was announcing that his wife was doliiis splendidly when flae pSone by h3 elide rang caiJing the same TyiUolan to Mrs Carr to attend her In her d3atii agony air Carr started on a run to his home but was pjck cd up bodily and placed in a buggy He Is crazed wlilh hte grief as his short onainrled life bad been onoat top py ihvy berg a devoted couple The doctors In attendance said that reCO- very was Impossible as some of the shots had penetrated to the bare of ite broJu and the Jagged bono of the skull were exposid So determined was Mrs Cttrr to dispose of lieraelf that after the arrival of Ohe doctors it was necessary to bind the left arm to the body to prevent toer teaming away the bandages placed on her tend The right arm was paralyzed and though she kept her eyes iwld open gaZIng at her weeping family she evidently recognized no person the greater porUon of toe biulln be ing gone it U considered marvelous that ileath wes not instantaneous She leaves a anatlhiir Mrs Hunter of near McHenrj Ky Who left her daughter only FTjifliy and three sis ters Misses BjTl Florence and Opal Hoagall Of wlicim were with lr She was 27 years old Mrs Oarr previous to her rcbnrlage lived with her mother near McHenry VMs wftinty and was tor a number of years a suoceaeiful teacher Itlftho public schools of the county She has many friends Jwre who will be deeply grieved on account of iher tsrajj ic dak To Vote on Q estion of Union Notice tosfc been sent out from Na tional headquarters of tAle American Society of Ekjulty by cretWytoa5i- Erier S D Rump to alll looal unions r0queatdng tQiam to raetft as early in JulytlS pautbleith as large etttend ance aala possible and vote upon question of the union of Hho tbJ Society of Equity wh the Fanmjira Bduaayanal CoopeTolttve Union wiih iMiiei request ithat a report to made of the resuU of the vote at the ear Uwt iposBlble oobyenilence The plan of union wasipabllEhed ml1 iCth Isaae of the Equity Farm journal EV my nMSnbor ot the otraanlaofllon iwiho was in oo0i standing on that date tJ ould hav f ftleiyedothe paipor con tadning the pfett at union nisfg un v ions planned by the St Imis Corivcr lon anti recommended by thj Equity members of the Joint coiamlt teeas well as by the Farmers Union members To Survey the Lincoln Form Traction Road Glasgow Ky July 5H H Snyder representing Eastern capitalltti will tart the survey of tILe Loulsvlllo Lincoln Farm Mammoth Cave ellc trlciine from Glasgow to Hodscnvllle la a few dajia and ithe work of con struction will fctart os soon aa the survey is completed While there is still considerable speculation among the people the prospects for the road to be built at an early date Seem very flattering It is understood that arrangements lOadrandbeen advanced en the survey and thatIarctp irons tereeted are jubllact and ibelleve cars will be running in six months n Asocial Near Fordsville Quita number of young folks sur SJtUI1dLjIprov ed to be an enjoyable social do last till eleven Those present were as fol lows MUfts Ethel Muffett and Meter Orda Daniel Myrtle Peniberton Jesslo MarIon Delia i enibertoni Eu ulc Marlow BeMiel COKb Mr Charlie Boyd Paul Bailey Arthur Dmlel E itll Pemfaerton Edwaid Free Rij CObbI HarSej Marlow Weslie Daniel Wllllce Cobb I COUNTY UNION HOLDS IMPORTANT MEETING Vote to Extent Closing Date of Pooling Pledges Favors Fanners Union The Ohio County Unlou cf he Amertoan Society of Equity met in regular gessJon at the court house ia Hartford last Friday By previous anan aients only oC cdJYd session was leld the business cf the meet Ing having ben computed during the first day Present S L Stevens presided and In the absence cf the secre ary C E Smith wlbo was away on Important legal business assist ant secretary F L Felix offioiated Tbe meeting was iTOwesiticg and business like rom the first and was well attended considering the very busy season of tho Year and the fact tha farmers generally have been delayed la their work oa account of tai late spring A resolution was adopted by a vote of a large majority cf the delegates pr stiit extending the itime for the closing of the pooling ledges from July let to October 1st There WIre a few who oppoaed the resoluti Q and their angumpt in qpposltlon thereto carried considerable Weight but owing to the ifaoi that on the first of July few people know whether they wll have tobacco anti th xi3 mGio do know do not know how much cr what quality of same they will have H seems only proper that tho pledges should nct te closed until a much later date TMs view was takeA by those favoring a Ito date A plan was devised whetoby samples for the sale of the 1910 crop of tobaOCo will be selected to mare thoroughly represent the years product A reSOl- ution was adopted favonmg flhe union of theAmeplcan Society of Equity iwltih the Farmers Educational and Cooper ative Union as recommended and plan ned by the St Louis Joint ooaveii ton of the two associations If this union is effected by a vote of the locals which vote will be recorded dur lug this month the new organizations will have the largest membership of any farmers organization ever per footed in America The Farmers Edu catlonaJ and Cooperative Union has on estimated m oberhip of thrett and a half mtUioicn4 the American Society of Equity on otlrrag like three mltHou A Hotice StockMen iWo will receive etock for shipment afi Beaver Dam ri ct Monday July 11 All parties having stock to ship should deliver Monday morning S L STEVENS L B TICHBNOR J M SHULTZ Committee I SUDDEN DEATH FOR FULLERI Passed Away at His Coun try Home Believed Gov Hughes Will be Named t3 freside Over High Court I Bar Hajibor Me July 4Chlef JuiiUce Melville W Fuller of thej United States Supnjme Count lied I suddenly at LltJletown of SiTr nito near Iwie at C oclock this morning Death was due to heart failure sup erinduced ill bright dlseis- Juitlco Fuller had recently come here from Washington wIOJ In tention cf spending the summer as was his custom His deatfii was un Jxi ectedns he had been in apawi ly good health lately Yett1y ie ntienI church LS usuil Ills daugeftMrs Nathaniel Fran clsand Rv James E Fr enianwho WAS a guest of Justice Fuller at Sor rento cottage Main Stay wore wilth the Jwjst when lit died He pased away in his daughters tapiris Funeral services will be iheid a Sorrento and Ohe lntomn ct will be Iin Chicago The date his rot yet been fixed Justice Fuller was in his seventy eighth year His death probably means tha Gov HugheJNew York will be named to preside over the highest court of the land H has accepted the chair of aodato justice to fill the obair loft vacant by dia death of Justice Brywer It Is now regarded it is saW that Pres Taft will deal rite Hughua for the chief Juatloeshlpi- M ajge3 of condolence have own sant to Mrs Franols by Col Roosc valt Gov Hughes aird others Justice Fuller waa born in Augus ta Maine and a eon of FiVtorick Au gustus Fuller He was admitted to the bur In 1S33 and practiced in Au guita and Chicago He was associate editor of Th Age a Democratic newspaper He was a member of the Illlnolrt Tious of raprvjajntatilvfs nad a delegate to the Democratic notional conventions of 13SJ 1372 1S76 1880 He was a olnted tiMet JuaHoi 1 Cleveland On April 30 1S3S He received the degree of bachelor of arts from BowdoIn college and three years later master of arts He was slveiii the degrees cf LID by North western and Bowdoln Harvard yale and Dirtmoutli- Preildent Tuft learned cf the death of JudlUco Fuller with much rogrot Our relations have always been those of friendship Jie said I had tire iDightK repcot for hU legal ability His death has been a great shook to ine a Drowned in Gren River Oaihoun Ky July 4mhe funer al of William Hafley the farmer who was drowned In Green Rlvera Short dliiyance abo e Livermore Sunday afternoon was held at Island Mon day afternoon llufley was 49 years of age and resided on his farm about two miles east of Livermore with hid wife and three children came to Lilvermone Sunday morning and left late Sunday afternoon in a skiff for Ills home When last seen ho was apndlng in tiJe skiff and It is believed he fell overboard and was drowned The body was recovered near Llvwnore about 9 oclock Monday morning and the verdict of the coroners jurj 11- 8n the effect tlkat tRio decreed cam to his death by accidental drowning WYSOX July 6Mr and Mrs T B case bIer and daughter Gertrude of Clea ton were the guerte of Mr and Rft s Q M Beaton from Saturday until TuesdayMr Mrs R W Taylor were the guests of friends ned relatives In Hapawell from Saturday until Monday Mrs Matherina Taylor is the guest of hen brother 3ir Jim ShuH of Hope well Miss Nellie Smith Hartford U the guatfivof her cousin Mrs CHne Berry mane Mr 811a Tjrlor spent Sunday the guests of Mr P S Coleman of Hop welL Mm Attnanda Campfleid is on the sIck list fllr and Mra T B Cas bler and SpewMondayton iMr and Mrs Leo Nelson and Miss Pearl Davenponi is visiting friends and retoblwa at Bremen Ky Air Vitae Peers Beaver Darn spent Thursday night with Mr Sllaa Tay lor Mls9 Mflyrcee Taylor spent Friday with aim H E Hill i Mrs Minnie Taylor and children and Misses Gerrude Eargh were the gu Oct of ilr and MM J S Taylor Thurs thy night and Friday wia Mrs H A Taylor Mrs Nellie Taylor and children spent Monday wth Mrs N M Taylor iMifs iMlnnie Benton i staying with Mrs J L Beaton woo is on the elck It frhe farmers are getting dlscotirogect on norount of so much rain FOR THE BUSY HEADER The Democrats will have headqunr tera In Washington Chicago and St Louis for the fall campaign The Re publicans will dlrec their op ivutlouK from New York and Chicago S A heavy storm prevailed tbcougbbut the Buasrasi region of Kentucky doing much damage to bridiscss and vegetation Stnvral persors narrow ly averted drowning at Wlnaheiiter S Fire at Benton Columla county Pa caused by a firecracker lodging in a barn destroyed Ualf the town The Benton Argus plant a hotel bank and principal stores and twentyfive dwellings wore destroyed S The D mocrtlc convention of Bee tIe county N C lnidor 3d Joseph W Folk of Missouri for the Democratic nomination for President HU father Henry B Folk of Tennessee MBS a native of Betle county leaving there at the age of 21 5 Theodore Roosevet will support Representative Allies Polndexter the Washlnswa Stale insurgent for the United States Senate aa opposed vo Senator Pllwwho ds SUpphdj for re election by SecroUiry BalUcger S MaJ Gen Leonard Wood now la command of the Department of the East will assume his duties as chief of staff of the armypoaslbly the be ginning of next week He I expected to arrive iu this country about July 10 5 Premier Canalojasof Spalnwlll sub mit to the King on ThursJny a bill forbidding further religious orders to enter Spain until the Pending nego tiations w3h the Vatican for the re vJsltou of the concordat are e ded S Suposedly iMje result of a suicide pact the bodies of H A Oammlll and Mrs BeulUi Marsh were found at Dallas Tex iu a boardlrighoua conducted by the mains mother Mrs Marsh was a widow and was to have been married to Gammlll In a short timeMrs S Emily E Briggs will did note wontiliy wor in the sixties as a newspaper correspondent died at Washington In her eightieth year Sffe was the author of the OLivia letters written from Washlngftoa dur lag the Civil War rT- wBattle for Wages Begins LWtle Rock Ark July 4MartIn A Kffapp Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission has appoint ed J W Chimbers to be the third member of the board of arbitration to bear the wvvge scale controversy between the Wlegrapasrsi and nhe Missouri Racificlron Mountain Rail way Company Other members ai e Genera Mana ger Sullivan of that company and F J Ryan a member of the Kansas Rail rod Commission The board will TOect in at Lout Wednesday next Mr Knaji named the third man under the Erdman net latter the two others had failed to ftsree no a man- S 0 Notice- I will buy scrapiron and junc of all kinds at any time WiE Ellla c1 Tho Produce Man i t d 4 Y v vb f I WESTERN KENTUCKYS GREATEST FAIR GREAT HOPKINS COUNTY FAIR Madisonville Ky July J9 20 21 22wGreat of Races Ring Shows and Vaudeville Attractions Something going on aU the Time See the GREAT DERBY RACEon Wednesday July 20 Special tram will leave Hartford a m Returpln leave Madisonville 545 p m on July 202122 23 One fare for roundtrip plus25c New Mexico and Arizona Soon to Become States As soon as New Yexlro and Arizona shall have COI1llllledl with thq requirements for adrnlssiaa as states contained In the bm that has just been sIgned by president Taft the Unltsd States wlil be without territorial form of government within the vast area boundd liT Cnlda onho north Mexico on the south and the Atlantic and PacJIc oceans on the east and west n pectlvelyexatpt the District of Columbia Outside the nation proPer there will remain under territorial government Alaska with nearly 600000 square miles and Hawaii with 6740 miles Our Insu lar posses ions of courSe are In a class by th + mselves The Phtlliphes have a provonal cIvil government Guam and Tutuila ate under governors and the Isthmian Canal Zone Is ruLd by a eammission all heads of these goveraments being men appointed by the Prt1fdnt With New Mexico and Arizona Included the toal number of states will be fortyeight which wl increase the United States Sentae to ninetysix members and will bring about the last change In th number of stare on the flag that pro bably will be mnde for many years Both the raw states are growing so fast that their political complexIon whoa they are admtted as satess- eems doubtful though bOth probably i11 be Republican Each state now has a Republican territorial delegate In Congress elected l1y a veryy small pluraWy In each case It Is claimed that Sew Mexico Is the larger of the two though Arlzona3 Increase of po pulation since 1900 figured on the lUmac of the United Status Census bureau ts aitproxlmately 23 per cent agtlrAt a IG per cent Increase for New Mexico New MWxlco will be the fourth state of the union In area larger than any other except Texas California and Montana 11a anta of 1225S0 square miles make It more than double the Size of IlHIld1s which has an sera of li66liO square millS Nearly the whole of the territory Iii more than 4000 fee above sea level and some of its noun lain peaks are more than 12000 feet high The soil In general Is good whErever water oar be applied and Irrigation Is doing wonders In Parts of the satas With au average rainfall of only about fifteen Inches the territory has a remarkable dry and healt ful climate and the rangy of the thor momettr is not great the mean temperature at Santa Fe for the whole year being about Ii degrees Fahrenheit rwlth the warmnst month Showing an morsE of 70 ikgrees and the coldest month an average of 30 degrees Stock raising tspecially sheep rab- hlg has twee largely developed to New Mexico whtch ranks third otn11 the states antI territories In the amount of wool produced In 1909 Dry farming has been found r4lable and rtoguther with building or gr at Irrigation rser weirs Dd ctllnl has made Newtllexic sought by many tlitsusands of home seekers Fully 000000 acres are said to be now under cultivation hy seien tomc farming and 150000 ll20lle live on the sohaired dry farms those which depend not on IrrIgation Jut on keeping the scanty rainfall from evaporating out or the ground by means of dust snulches and tletJll subsurface llowlllg Alfalfa wheat corn and other cereals lire raised more and more each year SUgar beets and grapes ore grown with success and truck gardening Is becoming tm- portant tn the Inrgatd distracts lining ludutt1ll3 have not been So will developed du New CMexlco as In Arizona and the total value ot their products hag dtereased In the last few years throUgh the clO4Ig- off many CQIJIQ 1rtd and zinc mines- because or tlty aslveree conllltlQns In l90Srhe most valuable of the nrln eral products of the territory is coal of which upptaxtrnately 2500000 tons a year aria tninrdh Gold pro duoUon ha 1909 was vlnued at 278 300 and sflver at 171200 COWer producticn Itas varied In valud root GOooOOO to 2000000 In the last three or four years Forests are scare y in New Mexico merchantable timber being toUoo only In the moun- talnous rlglona ODd being mostly yellow pine tend spruce Tho woJda- rea amounts bo 83700 square mileS ot which About 4300 u care sines Is in forest resorren created by the United States gOYOlmnent Manufactures are few nod email yet in the growIngI of New the federalj census in 1909 aocordLng to the I estimate of the cirrus burEau It was i226835 though the New Mexicans claim that they now number fully 50000 Even on the basis of the 1900 census the territory has nearly five times the population of Nevada 1864jware or I Arizona Ii about ten per cant smaller than New Mexico and has a population of 154151 In 1909 ac cording to the canstts bureaus estimate is 1900 the population was 12931 Like New MexIco It Is a dry salubrious climate the claim being made that Arizona has more clear days than any other state or territory In the Unton In the north ern portion of the mean annual temperature Is about 45 degrees in the southern portion about 69 dtree neither sEction havn extremes of heat or cold The rainfall varies from tWllIjo Inches In the northern portion to about five inches per an num over a greater Part of the southern half of the territory From the foregoing It is evident that the Spanish name Arizona which means dry belt li Justified by the peculiar climate of the errl tory Only 100 square miles of the 113020 In the territory are under water The transportation of Lake Michigan wlh Its tributary water shed would be a blessing Zb Arizona beyond price Yet this soontobe sUe already Is profiting out of irrigation works with great a ilnmes proJected Wherever water can M applied to the arid desert lands now almost w lthout plant life almost anything can be grown It Is esti- matedI that there are abOut 1500 000 acres In Arizona capable of cul tivation under irrigation although onlyy about 20000 acres are yet cultivated Grazing Interests also have largely Incraased In ArIzona In recent years though still much less Important than in New Mtexloo The I wool clip In 1909 was 5361200 pounds against 21828720 pounds In the aster territory I Mining is the chief Industry of Arizona ec per being the metal most I produced Gold silver and lead are obtained In considerable quantltlaa- In the mlnltlg of copper Arizona Is surpassed only by Montana and- Michigan This industry has had a remarkable growth la 1900 only about 200000 pounds of copper were mined In 1908 nearly 29000000 pounds About onefourth of tee copper Produced In the United States comes from this territory almost onehllf of thtJ Arizona product dyeing from Cochtse County The gold pro duced In 1909 wxj valud at 3672 300 and the slhoU outinrt for the same year bad a value uf 1889300 Lead tungsten clay productS and preelcus stones form the rest of the minerals now obtained No other state or territory probably hag R larger porbion of ore and mineral lands but lack of transportation has been largely responsible for the slow development of the territory There are said to be undeveloped deposits of plainum qukklLme tin pickle iron salt gYU um pr iOUS stones and tine marbloes that are Mhly v- aluableIn natural wonders Arizona Is one of the most attractive parts of the United States Its grand canyon of the Colorado River a tulle deep its sllwcifled trees or fossil forests is vast Pluorramas of desert and fertile mount4ns that rise to a height dmore than 12000 feet oboe the sea level afford splendid visions for the case of New Mexo nrg confined chiefs to car construction and re palr shops and to smelting works Historically both N nv Mexico apd Arizona have Spanish antecedents In the early history of the American continent All New Mexico Incudlrtg part of the present territory of Ari zona jsecame the property of the OIJIJeHldago slgnde Feb 2 1848 at the case of the Stiexlcan war The part of Atdzona was a part tlf the Mexican state Sonora was wquired under the Gadsden purchase tyy ths United Sates from Mezco Iw 1854 Arlzon1 and New Mexico were made separate territories Feb 24 1863 Much of the population of the ttwo 1 territories Is of Spanu3h descent and particularly In the case ol New Max- I this fact lead to dOUbts on the part of congressmen about the fitness or the territories tor state Ornmeat As early II 1850 the people ofvew Mexico sought statehood They held in that year a convention which adopted a constitution and elected state officers a legislature and A member of Congress The legislature asemblro and elected two United States Senators Without waiting to hear from Washington whether their action was acceptable to the federal government the senators and representatives elect start ed overland for the National capital Beore they reached the end of their journey however they learned with surprle that Congress had passed the famous oomllrcm1se bill admit Jng Clllfornia as a state and leaving that time on the pla of New Mexico for a state form of government was presented at each session of Congress The question of joint Or tanite statehood has Men much discussed In the last ten yoam and has result ed In the provisions for separate ad mlFlon of the two territories Qulck SLa6rippeMedicineG- uaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe- in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Emnllltld In Memory On the 18th dayy of June 1910 Mrs Myrtle Williams Likens one of our faithful members heard Oho summons Come ye thlesred of my Fatherand straight way left her earthly home to be with her Lord whom she loved so much In that house not mad with hands Therefore be Jt resolved bY the members of Ceralvo Chapter NO 40 0 E S that while wo miss her pleasant face and kindly words of good council at OUr IDea lng we re joke with her In having entered Into her reward Resolved further that we eXert our Influences In helping thess whom she loved to make all due preparations to meet her Over In the sun bright blue That we encourage husband father mother sis ters and friends not to weep as df she was loa but rcolcje In the hope that she is safely housed In her eternal home Resolved further that these resol- utioa be Jread on our minute bOok and a copy be seD to the family one to each county paper and one to the Masonle Home Journal for llubllca lion Mrs Val Garret Mrs Lutte DJnkl Mrs carrIe HeflinCommittee A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger sutferingoft deafh to thonunds who fake colds cOUghs and lqrlppethllt terror of winter and Spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower part of nose sore chUL3 and fever pain In back of head and a throatgripping cough When Grip atncka CIS you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery Ouebot Ue cured me writes A L Damn of Pine Valley laths after being laid up three weekts wlfie Grip F01 Bore lungs Hem hages COughs COlds Wdtoop ng Cough Bronchitis Athma- it3 SUIJrome 50a 100 Guaranteed by all druggists m How Shall We Account for It It Is not drange to her peapte crediting the present high prices of hogs to our Protective Tutrt laws The Journal has always been aftnn bee Lover In a PreecUve Tartff and is- stillbet If VIle credit of he VTeKmt high prices of hogs Is to be given to the Protective policy how will we Account for hc1 S selling a few yea IJ ago for 3 a ohundned under the meamount of Protection ghat ls on hogs now Hogs are selling for 11 a- hundrod because there Is n demand suMtclltutt to juattly Lt and the Jour cal ts proud ot the tadscva1l1bn Ia JOurnAl Making Life Sate EverYWhere lteJs being mad more aster through the work of Dr Kha New Ltfp Pills in ConctlpaUott BI1- ilDwmCs Dyspepsia fndlgesloLiv er taoublea Kidney diseases nd a1thl251c 4l Sending News to Heaven The tone of church services should be always Impersonal The most sue cesaful preachers are those who Cn thunder against wrong in Such abstract ways that every member of the cpngreJaIoncaD pick out some other as a mark of the preachers rIghteous wrath Naming names or SO clearly then is the eyes of the congregation would not be charity even In A serI mon The negro preach r who anI- nounced that Ito haddetect1a memI bet of his chicken stealing and threatened to hurl aIi missile at him did not need to moro specific When with the missile In hand he struck the attitude for hurling it that brother in a front Pew who ducked named himself Neither was tW Christian charIty do the stricest sense of the word But It had ins it more of the essenCe of char Ity than would be In the quality of a sermon which would designate cleanly enOUgh for the general ident- ifcatton any member of the congregation as being guilty of deadly lns To grow peruonal In a prayer ts not only uncharitable butts highly ridiculous A praYer is heard by but not addressed to those present It Is spoken to one who knowing all thIngS and nuarching all hearts may safely be ASsumed to have abvance- Intew4edge otanysltorteoming of any member of any flock If one of the brethren II a congregation looking for evidence ot a brothersgul1t shall happen to fend It he may be sure the Lord knew rit first Wherefore that member of a church at Maplewood who asked Oh Lord help the offi cial board of this church to deliver us trcm the blackhearted demon du our midst who now seeks to celebrate the second anniversary of iris advent In this cltureh was so tar as Omnts- olence waS concerned going to wholly uonececary trouble for purfloses of IdenttrlcaUon If there Is a black hearted demon In that Maplewood congregation that fact was known to divinity before ever It was knIJwn to him who pretended to be telling the Lord scmtfhlrg hedidnt know The result of this wholly useless gossIp inn was that Ute only member of the congregation who is about to cele braetOesecond anniversary walked to tIe front at the conclusion of the service and eaied the repottea to the Throne of Graoe a liar The reporter reported With a blow In the farce which was not returned a fact seeming to Indrate that the blackheart ed deimon has more ot the Chrwr1an grace of humility than has he adviser of the Lord A just human blew of such a situa tion L3 this was handed down by the Supreme Court of New York a year or two ago A selftbghteous hus band had at family prayer fallen to the habit of relating to high helens what he called his ytJes faults and weaknesses aDd implor- Ing Divine forgiveness for hJ sins and a better understanding of her duty ExasperatEd beyond endurance at last the poorwoman one morn log seized the family BIMeClnd hurled It at his held He sued for divorce The wife Wed a trees Um do ibis hwnUkltllon Jn the pr 1hlchI their chiLdren was set out The Js granting the wife a decree with liberal Umony painted out What it called the oammity ot Che hwdtands offending The judges implied their conuicblon that as much timees the ordinary man gives to prayer could all be taken up in asking forgiveness for his own transgres dons and they denounced as rank hypocrisy that arrogated virtue which presumes not only to sit do Judgment upon Trail and beset humanity but also to In form Omnipotence of what Is going on In the world This is yellower- ithan the yell journalism for A Paradise edition of tw serrntlonal extra not been of Globe DemocratIr Chlldren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTbRIA Traitors to their Party In their own Cummins Ln- Folt te and t1belll18socleturOOOCltsI are In the Under any recognized deflrition of treason these men are traitors to their- panty I They are levyIng war pponIt They are giving aid and comfort to its thanordilnaryof the panty which elected thorn and remaining do the mp or that party t 1 Ii a er they have betrayed It they are spies In the service of the enemy They stave forfeited the rIght to weal the Republican emblem Republican caucuses should be closed to them i Just as they are closed to Demc1rnts- t Their protests against having the des IgnaUon Daniocrat applied to then are in vain The men who are not for the Republican patty are against tAs our politics refuses to recognize haltbreeds OT hybrids these men must be Democrats No longer have they a right to appeal for Republican support In the primaries Neither In the Primaries nor at the polls will the Republican campaign committee or stump speakers aid them In de claring as same of thorn do in words and as all of them do in actsthnt the Republican party just In advance of as Important camplgn dare not cast them out they are mistaken Their deportation would help the Republican party by concentrating all its enemies In the front where they could bgseen- and where none ot them could open fire In the rear For an offense like theirs Lincoln sent the copperhead chief of the CIvil War days into the rnfedel3e lineS That offenders gUmaces and gasconadq when Burn sides soldiers handet him over to th rebels whom he had been aiding to the extent pf his abJllty and opportunity showed that he did not like his new associates and he took the first chanCe which offered Itself to run the blockade and Cape Into Can ada where he conthuetf his plotting against the Government His deportation however had J dotterment of feet upon his confederates In Ohio In diana and the remainder of the Nonh Beverldg La Follette and their fellow Insurgents deserve tat 1910 the sort of treatment which was handed out to Vallandingham In 18635t Louis Globe Democrat r Her Description It keeps me wonderIng tow women avoid being buncoed every tine they go Into a store w buy things staid a prosperous Wes Phitladelph ian the other day lake my wife fOr hi- stance he continued she Js visit Ing friends n New york The family recently got a new automobile concerning which the Woman folk have sent over beautiful but not extremely enlighltening descriptions I told Iathryn thats my Vltes nameto tell me about the machine and how il behaved when she Went out In U be cause we have been talkln of getting a new car At this point the speak drew a letter from his packet newImotorbefore I left and thats all right too IIn fact Mrs S wasnt in It for you know we stopped for dinner during the run and as she had not put on her moor clothes she wore a walking suit and looked positively dOW y while yours truly had a stunning costume under that lovely coat I havpnt tim- to a concert p SThe new auto g068- I by gasoline or electricity the chauf four told me Im notsure which We must get one Aver that corn merated the aecipient of the letter ns- he folded rhe communication and Put it In his pocket I think Ill get her to buy one of those Very machineS for me pp- Chlldren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA The Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTERr 4 BIGGER THAN EVER Fhe regular price ofTHELOUISr VILLE TIMES is 5 a year If you willsend your order to us you can get The- HARTFORD DEPODUCAN- AND TH- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The 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Now ItmniJ1 iny lit I LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E is14i4i l ADDRESS I a1 1 IILipplneaUs Magazine Philadelphia = 5 5 55 55 5JC 5 ijiIf M- yrN Ctii f t 4 L n t i nl f t IDEA OF HARMONY 4 i t iMAY BE GIVEN UP c iJtDEMOCRATIC PARTY APPARENT UNABLE TOr TOGETHERst 1 REPUBLICANS NEED NOT FEAR t Minority Organization Can Not Ellm J Inate Populism and No Candl i They May Nominate T1 Idate Any Success Chance of i Responses to Mr Hearsts overtures 1 to the Democracy are not as a rule I favorable In some quarters they are I declined with thanks In others they are rejected with a spirit approaching scorn In no quarter as the newspa pers report public sentiment Is any such feeling manifested as greeted Col Graves speech at the Jefferson day dinner In Washington a few weeks ago On that occasion tho proposi 1 gtion for a fusion between the Hearst and the Democracy was hailed with enthusiasm The only reason why Colonel Graves did not receive becauseThereserved were of a more substantial and filling character rThe Montgomery Advertiser a rep southern journal does not content Itself with pro uneing against what it calls tho taint of Hp rstlsm It describes the sort of man the Democracy must nominate for president and the sort of platform upon which he should stand The candidate must be without guile and his political garments without smirch The platform must show neither populism nor other un Democratic Isms Of course the candidate should be without guile In the bad sense of that word But be ought to be a good poll tician He should know the wires and how to pull them The Idea that a man familiar with politics and who plays the game with skill Is neces sarily an unworthy man Is absurd Mr Jefferson was a thorough politician and Mr Lincoln another And there 1leno challenge to tho assertion that Roosevelt Is a master of the art And how could a Democratic platform be drawn without a trace of pop ulism The Populists by a maneuver NewtYork1892 and by 1896 were so strong they colored both the nomination and the platform at Chicago Mr Bailey that I year thought Mr Bryan more Popu f jT list than Democrat and meditated re jecting the Ucket Mr Hill of New York thought the Populist cat had eat yfan the Democratic canary and so took no part at all II tbg campaign It- might be well to say that Democ racy has all the Populism It needs In Its business and more than has been good for It In times past but Popu lam Is in Its system to stay The most skilful of surgeons could not drain it out and leave the patient aliveThe Advertiser does well to call for a good nomination and a good plat form but It should not be too exact ing In this day of mixed issues and chaotic conditions As good as you have got Im not expecting the best said the old man from the country at the restaurant counter in ordering a cup of coffee Consumer In the Saddle The commercial element Is on that the people are nova onto their game in taking advantage of the new tariff law In greatly raising the prices on almost everything and yelling Its tho tariff Increase when as a matter of fact prices should have been reduced owing to the reductions In the tariff Prices are now going down and they should as the big reductions on almost everything that enters Into the everyday living expenses have bean put ona lower basis by the new tariff law The tariff demagogue will soon be out of commission as the people c understand the workings of the Payne I law better The present tariff law Is the most evenly balanced of any tariff law this country ever had Study the reductions In the table below and kick like when your dealers attempt to put higher prices on the goods you want on account of the tariff Show them these figures they cant be refuted Dont be held up by these fellows who lie about the new tariff law Here Are Positive Figures 25 per cent reduction on beef veal andIi and parts thereof bar iron 25 to 60 per cent gloves Tariff reduced onSalt 10 per cent corn meal 5 coal 33 J harness and saddles 55 boots and shoes 60 var nishes 20 to 48 boiler 6r other plate iron or steel 16 to 40 steel rails 50 structural steel 20 to 40 iron ore 601 pig iron 373k tinplate 20 barbed wire 37 common knives and forks 13 to 26 sewing machines 33 12 s typewriters 33 13 oilcloth and lino l r leum 9 to 38 cotton thread 16 to 40f lath 20 clapboards 16 23 nails spikes and tacks 20 to 50 sllklcom monly used 10 manufactures of leather goods 13 to 76 cream of tar r tar and Bpdasyi2 to 33 ethers 20 tot 80 gunpowder 331a to 60 starch 53 13 l- is I i x r rat Raw cotton petroleum oil and prod ucts hides and anthracite coal are plDIonForeign Commerce In April 1910 The foreign commerce of the United States In April 1910 shows larger im ports than In April of any earlier year and larger exports than In April of any earlier year except 1900 1907 and1908 The free Imports exceed In value those of any earlier April and the dutiable Imports are larger than those of any Earlier April except In 1907 Tho total Imports of April as reported by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor were 133942729 of which 362 680754 was free of duty and 71261 975 dutiable exceeding the total of the same month of last year by 11 775054 Tho total exports were 133 089109 exceeding those of the corresponding month of last year by 7 914249 For the ten months ending with Imports wre 1318259472 exceeding thoseof the corresponding ten months of last year by 247064 912 Exports in the ten months end ing with April were 1435991906 exceeding by 63723169 those of the same months of last year The excess of exports over imports In the ten months ending with April Is 107723 434 against 351074177 In tho corresponding mocUa of last year The Rank and File Are True Tte magazines who do not want In creased postage on their output and tho few dallies that are disappointed because the new tariff law does not put wood pulp on the free list are making a great rumpus and rolling then I eyes In holy horror at Cannonism and Aldrlchlsm and they have succeeded j In making a few timid souls apprehen- siveI that the Republican party may suffer defeat In the coming fall elect tions Let all such possess their souls in patience The great body of the party the rank and file the plain people are not alarmed They are still fervent believers In the principles of the party They still believe In protection of American labor They believe with President Taft that the new tariff law Is a compliance with the promise of the last national plat form They still believe In their lead ers who have so many times led them to victory They still believe that the continued welfare of the country demands the continued ascendency of the Republican party And any set of men who are counting on their aban donment of their party are doomed to disappointment Norwalk 0 Reflector A Roosevelt If Numerous enemies of the president and opponents of his administrationI are loud In their protestations of loyalty j to Theodore Roosevelt Not only that but they laud his judgment to the skies and profess entire faith In his wisdom These conditions contain certain In teresting possibilities They give es pecial weight and importance to one blfr Roosevelt lfr What If T R should come home study the situation carefully and decide that the highest Interests of the country would be best served by supporting the Taft administration rally ing to Mr Tafts standard and elect Ing a house of representatives which would work with him In constructive legislation Instead of a Democratic congress which would antagonize and oppose the president and his party In that case would tho antlTaft ad mirers of Colonel Roosevelt admit that he understood the situation bet ter than they and was a wiser coun selor In respect to the nations needs If not what could they say of the Judgment and soundness of their Idol who Is also the Idol of the country This Is an interesting possibility It may assume great Importance in the coming campalgnCleveland Leader National Rather Than Political This growing sentiment for protec tion that Is extending over the south land meant that our policy Is to be national rather than a political one and that we shall not for decades to como abandon an economic prin ciple that benefits every section of our land and every class of our people I will go further I predict that not within the life span of any present living American will this policy be abandoned It may perchance be for forsaken as the result otIlladvised action but the dulum of American opinion will Swhig back with mighty force and American opinion will entrench It again asot yore behind the strong breastworks of American Interest and American prosperityI of those oldfashioned protectionists who believe in Amen can wages and the Amerkan standard of living and that the way to maintain these Is by doing our own work Such a faith however does not preclude the occasional revision of our tariff and the changing of duties either up or down to meet changed condl tions in our Industrial and commercial transactions But my faith does In clude the judgment that such changes should be made by the friends and not by the enemies of protection This was our creedand our promise to the- peoyile In the last national campaign and I believe we can claim that faith was kept the pledge fulfilled and that the tariff was revised substantially and successfully VicePresident Sherman The Pharmaceutical Wink Chluch9 see the pharmacists are going to have a ball in New York ilotham Yee just come over the bridge If you want to go and wink and 1 guess youll get la right Yorikers statesman WILL NOT SUPPORT CAMPBELL CANTRILL Unless He Clears Himself of Char ges Made Against Him Says Desha Breckinridge Lexington Ky July 1 Desha Breckinridge says the Lexington Her ald pf which he Is tie owner and edi tor and which Is the organ at the Del ocratlc party In to Bhiegrags region will not support Congressman J Camp bell Cantrlll who was renominatedat the Domocnatlc primary last Saturday at the general election In November unless he clears himself of charges thai were made against him inking the recent campaign Tile HeinJd urged the nominator of Senator Thomas and vigorously oppos ed Congressman caatrtll TJio night before tjhe primary election cantrill In a speech In this city asked nine questions cf the editors of the Herald the first of which was Will he by his vote and through the columns of his paper support the nominee of the Democratic primary election of tomorrow at toe general election dn NOV emberIn to the question the Her aid saysWe not now Intend to support the nominee of the Democratic pri mary election of Saturday June 25 at tho general election fa November ether by our vote or through the columns of the Herald This Is the fflrSt time iweihave made this statement Wo have hesitated long trydng to rep how Jt was pos d ble for us to EjuHporttlie nominee of the Democratic primary We have so far been unable to gain our own con send either to vote for Mr Oinrlll or to urge anyone also flo vote for him to represent this district In Congress And unless he clears dilmself of the charges made against him we feel that we would siultlfy ourselves If we either voted for him or advocated his ejection If need be we stand ready to give tihe reasons lent control us In reaching this conclusion and making Mils announcement The second question talked of the editor of the Herald was whether or not he had urged Uer4MB entUtlve Wil liam F Klalr of this city to saet Ms vote In the Legislature against for mer Governor J 0 W Beckham for United States Senator Editor Breck Inrddge admits that he was exposed to the election of Bckham If it were possible to elect nnciiher Democrat and In turn asks Congressman ClaavtrlM If he will deny that he favored Cut Bradleys d ction over GOV Beckhom- Brcckteiddge says lie will answer iha other seven questions later along and In such manner that what we and what Mr Cantiill may have to say may be weighed In the ibafanco with the fats S1OO Reward S1OO The readers cf this paper will be pleased to learn ithaii there 4s at least one dreader that science has been able to cure In all Its stages anti that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constiivutlonal disease requires a con sttouUoual treatment Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Jnterrnnlly acting dl reoly upon the blood and mucous eur face of the system thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient Birength by build ing up the iCOn IA utlon and assktlng nature In doing Its work The pro prietors have so much faith In Its cur adve powers that they offer One Hundred Efollare for any case tliut It falls to cure Send for list of testimo nials Address F J Cheney Co To ledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Tako Halls Family Pills for con stipation El SocSettlements Mrs Russell Sage uiiuh her nvultfi fold benevolemxs may be ittoe good angel who will tilt In O11era don the first expeiJroental group of the National Farm Horcaa a project which wholly oiiJglnated Jn Mklsouril and petals to tare dn it njocttmtilatilea that may tfn time revolutionize farm biro la America Mrs Sage has been tfudyJmg the plan and it Is stated has signified her willingness to finance it 4r IB be Blnnlags After being properly set go lag It must work out tits own salvation as It is founded oo busings principles and Is Jn no rway a nliarlty Briefly rGcajprulated the farm homes iprOpased are small farms of 40 a rea each er loss lying contigu outs Jo a central farm of 160 acres which wjll be conducted uia school of iwiturction in Itttttsvei farming by experts The smaller forms will be sold on loi gtfine picntS most IX to city people who desire to go w swa re ev rc yet back to the soil The lessors taught on the central farm will instruct the 40acre farmers howo make the wonderful ineuzn a that pcw excite wonder and eDlth las when described occasionally tin then liferTlipIn OufIrig some time ago and relai od the extraordinary success of a cltv inan v4tih 13 acres which he mud co productive that he was able to purchase from the profuks another small farm in Florida eo that he now- spends his winners there and his eunnmcirH In the North having devised for himself nnd his family an ideal mide of existence By grouping the beginners In a widely dfcpsrstd village about the rural foetal settlement as one might1 call it the colonials are not isolaltw they secure the same social relations they have In the city and with a central public library umuscm iut hall and means of diversion each group becomes a little Arcadia of itself Farmers of the old school may be quick u we the advantages of the Innovation and may rearrange their holdings so that the same flan may farmingsections Saved at Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers of Transit IJldge X y when his life was wonderfully saved I was In u dreadful condition ha writes my skin was afimoit yellow eyes sunken tongue coated cunawlalwl from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Vir ulent liver trouble Jpulllng me down to dearth In spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electrte nit tern cured me I regained the 40 POUnds lost and now am well and strong For all stomach liver nnd kidney troubles theyre supreme SOc at all drugglgs m A Feed the Pig Early The general tendency Is to let the pigs got along on whatever may be at haul until fattening time and then Invest either purchased or home grown grain which has n cash value iI the finMiIr6 process This practice should be very imiuly reversed The young vlg hts a wry limited capacity for utilizing bulky of coarse vegetable warts Careful eX1IC1I m Its have been made at a number of our st radon to dourmtoe the relative efficiency of varous available feed as growth producers for the pig There Is every asiBtor the asentlou that the young pig should have the bencTit of pur chafed coneecitrujtcd food If milk Moot available He will pay more for what he eats In the first four months than In tflie second four or dUIJng any succeeding period of equal length Fai mers Home Journ- alChliaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA Fine Land for Sale Wo have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford port of It with timber Also atwut 75 acres of up tract1lern1 IOpporunity TuylotTruwcod Magazine the coin Uliutioa of Bob Tailors Maguzi Baal TwUvoods Monthly SKW jrisirXd cite mental ngw and U new a- jruIYy It Is vdiLtvd by Seiiuiiu Hol UIt L Taylor and JohnTrcwaid M oro 00171 heart and Siui for Jlo- j Soufh No oth r 8ucotB A tutu j lof uruHmUfMi iwasibllWitt 10c i bttforo NoTThwn Magaziwvf havo made corllIeniuullied as u mO IIJ1k 4- TayJorTrotwood 1ubKslilng Ccni I j any Naelivllle Teijcseee detihiea o- iluymcttte its life Bub attitIons and of tltUckIfvein too llboixrt but the fir a711tr galiiB by irerenlted advoTaiasr Ho mCt 1000 and by mall you will re cairo jteoelpt far life ImubscripLou Wild one stoiria of stock For further hi formation addws Taylorllrotwood Pulli ftidng Company NaJhvWle Tonn Iron Fence for Sale By order of the Ohio County Fiscal Court we will offer for sale to tile highest and best bidder the Iron fence ports etc surrounding the Ohio County Court House at tlie Cour House door at 1 oclock p m Monday July nth 1910 This fence Is in good state of nreservatlon and will make splendid enclosures for lots In coun try cemeteries You may miss a ba-rr gain you do not attend this sale B S CHAMBBULIN R HOLBROOKt 47144s C M BARNETT Committee CASTOR1A For Infants and Children You Always Bought the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA Exact of WrapperTotCopy CBNTAUM CQMMNY ww rat si CITX PURCHASINGSave FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only Sa The regular price is Sioo Those who bring or mail j 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 the low rate of 25 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use I Second BUSINESS and Walnut Streets I COLLEGEI EACHowHWARTSsample Latest Model nanzet bicycle limfishM by us Our agent everywhere arc fast WritiJar 1111 NW and A at mc1 aptroventymubrcyrleltahirtoallow TEN MAYS FKKi TltlAL during which time you miy ole tbe bicycle and- pullt I any test you wish II you are then not perfectly Mltsfxd or not wish tc keep tie bicycle ship It buck to us at our ttpense antigen will n4 ft futonr ant FACTORY PRICES w e furnish the hej trade hicyiUs ills possible to make at one small profit above actual factory coat 011 save Jit to fls middlemens profits by buying direct vUI and have tliejivtuuLirturers soar ontee behind your 1O NIT BUY a bityfle or a patrol tires frqm any u JasoryIwnen fu receive our beautiful catalogue ant II V tuonderjdylow than any other factory We are satisfied with7so profit above ItievCLE DltIEIS y wn sellour yosr own nixelate al dOI1eour prices Orden tilled the day received nmHKCON1LVNU lilCYCLUS We do not r larl handle ytond hind bfcycles but I usuallyhate a tuber on hand taken m trade by ourhlcaeo retail srotn These we clear out ranging horn 83 to NS or Sic Desdlplve bargain lilll wik1ree COASTERBRAKESlop o wheela irttporterl roller and pedab parII repairs acd of all II hallskt usual tailul Y o HEDGETHORN 0- SELFHEALINGsR5 PUNCTUREPROOFSj18 yxergularrrlailprxeofthese tires ti fSJO ferpair but to introduce we will tell feu a samfttfairfor HJKHeaih with order HJJ- MO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tack or Glai wilt not let the air out thousand pairs sold 11lIt year Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use Made in all tlies It li IIvel and eairidineverydurauletmdllnedintkle with a pedal quality of rubber never become 4 t The Kind Have Bears and which closes small without allowporoul up puncture the thick robber trrand uaoture stria LSedeualomerastatiingthatthdrttreshareonlpbeeapumpednd rha atJllp iii0Pm cutUni This otbcrbYlCnralllyersaIDufaadvcrWslngplltpOlrathe rider of ou 5o per All order lame letter We C O D on IlrkUlvprtlenledfelend FULL CASH advertUemcnt Yon rmn no ending UI an ied6e tires may be returned at OUR neif for anyHgneoh theyare not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable endmoney sent to IM al a bank If you order a pair of these tires you find that they filM eaaiat pro fatter wear better last looter look finer than any tire you have ever used or teen price We know that you will so well pleased that when you want a wilHcirYas jour order We want you to send u a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offers palyMofIFwhichdeacnbebicycleWoffer we ass making It only costs a postal to learn everything Wtite it NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICMO ILL t tiff d In 1 n y0 + e JrIfo J IJ t HrtfOrd Republican Bated according to law at th oetoftl- cBarefordky tiemn matter of thl teo daM cM BARNETT l EDITOR XXEPXCtr1iCB- CUZAb1an 4C h 2172fRIDAY JULY S If the grand juries dig down de enough they are sure to find the men higher up oIt Is a wife weather prophetw Imo knows when to stop forecasting a lair 4omomow- NotwlthstandI g the cry Sar a sane fourth the giant cracker got In Us usual deadly work last Monday It is r ad thar scn skins are to coat twice as mud this year as last Is this another slap at the poor nun The governor ot California might try hIs hand at clEacJug up San Francis co some more lIe made a very good beginning It Is to be hoiped that Uoth Arizona and New Mexico the now States may be able to locate and build thou capitols without graft A close inspection upon the part- of Democnlac lead rs will disclose the tact that there arc ymiitoms oC- DtIJ1OCratJIc Insulg1Icy In Ohio One ot the first things wbloh evarY- promtshg Demoertlac presidential prosper will be invited to do wlll be 10 calk up and at a sure of dir- Bryans humble pier 4 Whenever labor organization goes Into politieS dt usually passes out of xlstence sooner or later lhe Burley Tobaoco Association will no doubt mnd this to be true We hopetheencounter hdch teak place at Reno last Monday wJil1 ibe the last of its kind In the United sates Only a few of the states w111 now per nit prIze fighting and It should be pro hiblWd in all of them The failure orJimJetfi1Psto oome back after eight years or retirement naturally raises the question as to whether or not the Democratic party- will be able to come back alter tlfteeB years retirement If It rains blame it on the Atadge Tariff law It a dOWJh should occur placa the blame at fire came fAmee- If your horse was struck by lightning then can he no doubt but what lit Las been caused by the new Caitiff law it ds also belllTed to have mused the growth of qv3chul hdgh1eT on the this year than usual UmbSI In thedea hotZOKitng of Centrrtl City uhlen1Jerg county has- tustaelned the second groat lu In dtlzenshJI wthin the pst month Tine other deuth being Sonmer Congressman A D amen Mr a bdgh position In the tstJe KlnglbeJI It1owmen and oeoanolls of tds party He grrotly missed by his usaodiates both coiitically and otherwise The Hartftic Herald would have every article raIre on the arm plac sd upon the free list Nth satisfied wh free hides which It says was brought about Ix the Democrats and insurgents to Congrees and which IsI a diroot blow to the ramler with no- rdurn to oic it the Ii cld would tpr40ld further with its tariff smashing until eVlrythlllg Is on till fret list Ifift a free trader pure aJIi simple We note fish Measure Uho steady improvement in our nelg1b the Iulr- 1enburIJ Senthu4 Tlrot Sentinel Is only about fourteen weeks old but Is one of the brighten country pIIlIltI- SMm comes to our exchange gable A Ilaetyape macbmome md toldll Ale thll latest addition to the Sentinel equlp BUIlt Wlth tjuoh an organ Rpldill- mree of 1luklenburg corndy shouid not lie fonq tn redoeming theameelYO from 4he4r dtsaewrous deft 9t taUI The Lwulsr11iening Poet says If She Republlcaums of J ffHsoam county w1d nllll10 a Democrat CCIa the Cout- el Arptedgaad some RIpubllcan ae- ceptble to It far Congresg the race uat onG become doubtdul Of ourseidt will It ties rover iieea thus The Eveu1n Posh has beenthe Teat etefl oitamy Oo the RePUcin gparty it eer had 4n Keltooky While claim lug to ire all ludep ndent Denlocettti- cjurnai It Iran assumed to dlcttie to lily Republican party aced win It eouM not have its Way has tnvar- Jably fought Y1 olndldatetoJ TUme Rn- gSubBcaus of Jeffeator eounlshould nominate Republicans for oftYcce They flare never gadnod anything by 1laag DemocrAts on the ticiwt or by lIlSc- Jeg them In OINQe WORDS AND DEEDS The ow CoumonSC Mr Bryan paper ins artloltawiJi itaasiat ea dw1 tk I Ohio Democratic State Conver tan- alt would lnto that our rdend- of e the opposite faith ore not de- tng together In unl y end than theY are not the immaculate party oC whUhvehIlV6 heard so much mention The Ohio Democrsrdc State On11 tlondeted by B vote of 1099 to 254 the purpose to TI11Intte a candl- tbtt3 for U S Stilllltor Then dt to dieted In this platform a plank dp Glaring In favor ot the election o- senators t by populllr vote The conven lion had the opportunity to make Its deeds square with Its yord3 But It failed SQUIRMING IN AND OUT If the Hartford Herald thinks 4t can fool somebody bY quoting u ule from the Dingle tariff bill an ono front the PayneAkirldge bUl con cerning gloves and attempting Ito thm that the duty bus been ralEw on ladles gloves by the present lawwe are greatly mistaken Now notIce the substerluge ot the Homld It quotes from Ute Dlngley bill section 441 Women or chdldrenta glace finish lamb or sheep not over 14 inches In 14Iper dozen pairs over 17 inches in length 450 per dozen pairs From the PayneA1dnWge bill section 456 it quoteS Wo111en or chi- ldrens glace finish GOAT KID or OTHER LEATHER THAN OF SHEEP ORIGIN noC over 14 inches In length 3 pt dozen pairs OVer 1t and not over 17 Inches In length 4475 Jcl dozen pairs It will be seen that the fiat section quoted as front the Dlngley bill concerns only LAMB and SHEEP SKIN while the s o lon quot ed from the Payne Aldnidge blll has to do dth ANY OTHER kind of skin THAN OF SHEEP ORIGIN The prE s ent tariff law reduces ladles gloves 50c Per dozen palm and all kInds of hides have been placed upon the free list Yet the price ot gloves has advanced The Herald also quotes broom corn concenning whtcliwe were not sure as having a duty of fa per ton under the Payne Aldridg bill We prresume a ton of hrroom car Would probably make several aJuudrt brooms and U affected ut all by this duty ot 3 per tom N would amount to less 4bnn 1 cent grr broom The trouble is that the Republican party ever made any attempt io change the tariff law This country awns never so prosperous In Its history as under the Dlngley law and before any agitaUon as set in ono its repeal It is tha un eertaii4 concerning future dar ff leg iShsion that Is now keeping it from enjoying the prosperity to swhlch It Is dontlIthat Presider TWt brought abOut th reduction of the duty on shoes an- manufuourcd articles from leaither and not the Democrats and this has not cawed any reduction do Shoes lint shoes are higher than they were before hides were placed upon the free list and the duty on shoes was reduced Will the Hemmid plesse tell Us why It Its free trade notions are correo the placing ot hides upon the freeliut from which shoes arr made and Ii reduutiou do the manufactured article has not brought lower prices on slices to the consUul- U We presume It x911 try out of tills stuatin as It dW lap week by lainming that those articles are not cheaper because the tariff was raised upon some other nmtfcIe Aside ftom any argument lit all upon the question the IltIatdIud other Deruocaas are In II wJ poor IM- tI to howl about t11e tariff anyxal- It is known ot fill men that almost a many Demoeratle members of Con gt1j voted br adrai d dutIes upon ceriUlu articles as did time Repub- ltcan all11 he xxs squally WI museh- dtvbi on among tlm1 upon tke gEes tJon Ufi these was In the Ikpublicuni- ptrty For instance Senator Bails the leaddmi DlIIlOC1nt at the Serxtt- Voted and Harked sgxluu be hides because ot dIe Iutrc s ot his con etituents In the great state of Texas Tbe late Senator McErry of Lana voted and worked for Mk en sugar rice eaton and other art clcs ot southern produtlion an- rveMually d vefoed for the Po1neAld ridge blld when It passed the Senate BTemy Virginia Democrat Toted Ibc high duty on peaaute llTOJIy lICen foiilghtime line It olyd not s mn to Ite- muoh et a party quettion in CQn- gress find it was eVilly fellow for Mm self or his own Mutes Interest Ii- thg Democratic patywes pined In power today in bosh houote of Clm- gres and wtth U1 president It could nlt enaet a tw taw wlthow Serious divIsIon open almost QVel schottltde The Iieia l umt 6tt- plaees Itself In an axlxard roraition- when It cenlfarel the ltepepUean par ty to one tjaee In this wondsliul answer to our dhllllenge loP tlpatlqJ calf Skins and Oiler akin wIIIuh- Neighed no more Yian tweott1 Me pounds uade y free tuFd titnltahl4ivcA- M1A s v ir a bud of 15 pier Gaol aatgoatsei hides from Which sole leather 4s made and then jn the same breaih calling attenticrot to the lac t no stoe sole was ever made rota eat9ier The very hides which the Herald men lion gnters into the shooaf yot man be he dcbar poor Tho coarser hides upon mhfoli tho duty was matn tamed was sold dfd Joy rom the farm In larger quantdtieaanrl hence the Rellubllcan ppa tyvaa attempting to prOltct the Amerlaintnrmer against cheaper hides from Australllb and other countries where t tUe are produced without tbe winter find The Republican never said onytin about ladittz shoes belllg made from hides upon which there was a 15 per cent tax and our readers will search tn Thisdot rhe Herald to tool Its readers up on n question which will admit no sane argument from Its side The herald closes its article by slating that It hopes that we are mUsCle wIth this humble reply Yes son ny the Lord knows wo are atatsfieo If you are It you can besatlslle with rat effort to palm off on your readers Q comparison of C sheep or lamb skin schedule on gloves from the Dlngloy bill wIth a schedule from the PayneAidrldge blll wlzlchgpialn- ly refers to every other kind of leather exeedrt that ot sheep origin we are satisfied But will your readers be satisfied Ignoring Bryan WhIle William Jennings Bryan Is sojourning up In Montreal and answering quetIons concerning himself- and 1912 with Delphic Indetinlteness- out Jill Nebraska the Demue are holding county convendons and act lag just as It their State did nut har bor Ithe peerless lender ot the party when Jle Is at home Mr Bryan recently espoused the cause or local option nod urged his party to nuke it a feature ot the Star pluUonn The Commoner has harp cd upon is from week to meek its dlstJngul bEd editor has made speech es about 4t But It seems that he has tailed to Im1nCSs the party with the wisdom or imprcmtanee ot hdstiww- County after county has held conventions and adopted resohttdons Ju which here has been refenence toe ther Bryan or local option HIs following in Nebraska Is indIgnant and alarmed Just at n time adieu there are several rutlmer larges1rar- cladman I t for the place ot nmaona leadership once led by their hero It is ddscourraging to lint hhn a prophet without honor in his own country Some tIme ago Gov Shallenliirger refused cc call u special EilonoC wanteddpot plans So that present conUltdoDIt are bu another revwee fey Bryan tn fluone It Is said that the State 1011 IIi clans are1lling enough to pay homage to Bryan It he confine himself o national issues bUJ they resent his seeking to Jfcti1 In local aCrurl- FIU1ng to dtcmonfatatu lilt strength parrenow that Dlm tIamter Ute Sl1IatOllaJ nape HIs friends frequently pressed him to do this bur he has foublit shy while intto regain a waning prostlge- It may become neesssaay for hhn to get busy and go after the yoga heone thing Dryan wanks to olilch Is Ills continued night to dictate to the tur- y1 Xt national attars If lw cnxno Ihft the nanmlrree hlmsdf In 1t2 ire wants to name him So lie ICJgnrdll I 111 jealousy every lYsleioorart Who looaie un ttke horizon and mts cu no oppoytuutty to aSi9t liinmsIf IS It factor He saId In Moorail that 4ire iseue- 1n 1912 would be the terICf Jut beforet dlQof Bryan trtrelJtE4Ie to bft a- grsett daa1 more troubleeameLou Title HeorAWt LoLaFollettes Achievemelft LA Follette was strong enengit heretofore to defy Wse Republican party up tllNe8Ild yet IMII tke steIGIh1a the Desnoerats But Ix Folette tia11td hrreeeAf a magztzlne and with it has damned lute oirCongress until the Yepubidan0 of WilOIIIln have come to look on theor pasty lwdmss as an orgaatzed band at ro1Jbers Ice Follettes litipper- lbws dove tothll Republican IJarltcli- WIEconeln just what the APP llRaison tlie1o du to IveYlol1 lIi re Naturally tile Republicans ot Wieco- nsa turnao Socialist promise Txrey wont Tae fat Demoerais La yLohtte must either fUNew Utom into Soolalls1p r gel into the D CrilIt patty or get down and ot ih lUtl DCYeridge ot IIdlana at Iasi said- 4e Ropublloaet empty ot of N em Stat Uke Iadlana Wlscoasia i- 1I0wl the DrioCaWe colrua 4i l tool IIJf OwtaNIWI i i j I j4 Let Us Show YQu Our Line of t= 14 BUGGIES and SUQRlJESi i bit We are headquarters for the famous Owensborothe genuine Geo = G Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran = = teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy or bit surrey on the market = ti ti = THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CONi- noorporatvd ti = Hartford I arlttuc1 = = wl WWWWW5 W W55 INNES HEIRS CLAIM STATE LAND Extensive Litigation May Ensue to Determine Ownership Ir I Lexington Ky July 5If the claim made by Daniel Graham ot Se- aWe Wazh who represents certain Interested heirs can be substantiated the old State Capitol site at Frank fort with the buildings tttl1lJted thereon whIch were aliandemetllwfhen the maglIlticent nEW 2000000 Calltrol Was completed and occupIed will not cantdnue In We poaseakmn of the Stare of Kentucky to be ustd us o m sewn or law school os contem plated but will raveattto the Inner II1Irs whose aneessor Judge Harry mars It lis cludimmed originally own ed tbe land The claim of 1lr Grahbmtwho sae- 4n Lextston Geoagdown and Frank fott looking up Same of tfti4e lanes heirs remdd4ng in these cider fs that Ute land was originally deeded to the Sate on condrmlon that k be used as a tfote for the Stan ppdo1 but tlnMt now having ceased to be used for the ninj ore Cor wiudi It was orIginally donated Jt reverts to the donor lie being dead the prope1Jby descends Ito lhls ItUIra enIgagedQuolnief Frankfort to rsgrretynl tile shotttIlyot the hutrs Located as It 115 In the heart of- Fretnkfoin the propeny i very vul- uable and ar1T rote variouaoldShxie buildings on It1s wtJlJR sgmcthdngg like a gwartcr of l millloll dollars Among the Fmp s Ire p rosfddng in CnEma Kentucky are Albeit F L W H and G P poJndext of Sor1t ooureo 1ltJI R F ScruggS ot- iranJotort and H T Ilancoek of- Nlcholcarllle Lies To1dTruth Supressed lies without nuntber Lave lcea tbld and printed shoal tllii new Tariff law trod VIle trutn Ira boon systematIeai ly 8LIpre The ywloY pubyleaions yetbeenithe case Net a tingle ORe of them has been honest enough to draw atten reignhl1ltOncoonlng at nhe rate of a mlilibn dollars wurtti each day and thtk Is the dl tel result of the recent Tadit re- duetlon It threatens grave conca- 4uences to the bufdnesg ot themomun try and to genmai prosperity As time natrtral and direct result ol all ibis vast quentiIay of gold art being phttpt8 every day too pay bal anoee wdeieh were tomaerly paid bY axe sqbayresult ofa srJff reduetIon that bps enorasously 6ncreaeed our ltapc ss and drsesed oar exJlUnts l1t1hLs11i bedas concealed Rom Use people tn the interests of foreign trade and tiYr dat- tuotJon or a home amamret Th ob Seat is tp deceive the IGoJlIe and CJ I 4 COUIpllsb FreeTrnde ends without their knowing anything about St It 11s a stealthy game It they could have had their way in revising the TstrIU thIs foreign Influx ot goods would been an overwhe1ming flood and mac ot our industries would have been closed tor repairsMount Ayr In- RecordNews Condensed statement of the Condition of the fAVfR DAM DPOSIT BANK Of Beaver DamKyat the Close of Business June 30 1910 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 19117656 Overdrafts 70025 Cash do Safe SI47i0i0 Due from Banks 5308553 6785603 Stock and Bonds 1004400 Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 20000- Oilier Real Estate 5000 Total 272276S7 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 25OOOvO Reserve 254G840 DIvidend 125000 Deposits 22055847 Total 2722768 Accounts Solicited CorrerspondQnc Invited Promptness and Accuracy Guaranteed JNA H BARNES casbler- I P DARNMID- GEO n BARNES E P mRNES C P AUSTIN- JNO H BARNES Blreetors HOPEWELL July 5Mho Laura Smftb Madison villI Is visiting Misses Thoda and Maggio Wlldams spentiyMiss Maggie Taylor writhe guesC of Miss Carrie Russell ironl Saturday until SUnday Sunday School Is Progressing nicely at this place Bro Shields filled hits regular appointment at Pond Run Saturday and SUnday 4dir and Airs E R Graves VllsLted Mrs Graves another Mm Nanny RUs sell Sunday Mr Sandy Wilson and wife spent Sunday at Mr W P Graves Mr Fred TllCord Uockpoit and IMlss- Lizzie and Myrna Graves spent Sunday afternoon ClJt Mr E R Williams Mr pd Stum has 1Jen visiting in this viclntythe Past week Rev Bennett will preach at pond Run Saturday night Everybody cone out 0Farmers are getting behind With 0their work on account of the heavY rains SIr G D Roll Render who has been fishing the past week zeturned home londaY on account of the water rising tiO rapidly Cheap Excursion to LouisvMle Tuesday July 12 1910 Os Tuesday July 12th a npeclal train will he operated from Jrtekaon Tenn and dntrnmediate poktteto Louisville Ky Spedal train due at Denver Dam at 406p m Sara for round trip 175 No reduction tochildren and no baggage eheeiied on these tickets Returning spedfal trala wilt leave tonlsyllle at 400 p m Thursday July Ubh 1910IJ E tom Report of the Condition of The I Bank of HarllordAt the ctoso of Buslaess June 30 1910 Resources 18211904CashOverdraftsf 1191Q8 OOOOFurnitme total 245499115 Liabilities Capital Stock4400000surplus 20COoAO 44Dividenddeposits u 18311Gs 4 00Total 24f1499t55 JoJI T1loolesl Cashier J W FORD Joltx C JJ t- IL E LEE SnmERWANDirectors IIIlf ROWAN HOL OOK T X 4 1 X v r plt rv 41 fkcarsqn1 r k l a o t t Don t Fail r To be Therei SaturdayFairs PLAIN and FANCY WHITE GOODS Will be put on sale Values running from 25c t040c a yard Allnew clean fresh and desirable stock just such as you need NOW for the hot weather months Dont miss ityou cant afford to priceone day Rememberthe19 C i j r IlllnolsCentralRailroadTimeTable I KyelbBeriaed ioaa2dne4G15sm No 121doellZ5am- Ao122dne12eprn Norndee48prn- Boleldn248prn NoWldoebtd- pnHave s You Seen it Advertised It you have ad Its good and a I Drug itDre article we have it We tout however sell a thing simply because Us being advertised We must know that that has merit and that the advertisement tells the truth You tan truSt our udsement- IA these matt rs or It you see It advertised and want tlk into It come to us Every trulneritorlous- w article that a Drug Store iheuld keep 19 In our stock Remeanber that and ben you Vant- I t 1t anything In our Une cWfl 8 toeee us Your Friends i Hartford Drug Co Incorporated t f THIS STORE HAS o 2 A PURE FOOD LAW f ar OF ITS OWN or it applies to everything and erer- Yi thing must live ttp to the provla- yt Jna of this law t You mtzbt flunk that acmee things M QnndOoods fork1sta e l could Jk lire tu betaken on trust but an kservlne grocer coon learnt where j soh I brand of here goods belong matter wbar the libels may ra- yad jots accordingly LThe moral of all this Is that th1s M1 aght be a good place to conic Then 9 1 or jean want pure food eatables i I IUERS GROCERY vtIIARTFORP iT iI 1 Jv j 1r Hartford RepublicanFR- IDAY JULY 8 M H k E Railroad Time table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow In times NORTH BOUND 113729 a m Passenger Daily 114340 p m Mixed Dalley except SundaySOUTH BOUD 115920 a m M1Led Daily exoept sunday 113146 P m Passenger Dally Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to BelL De one or the first to attend our- sole July 2 to 9 CnllSon Co- Nice Pickled Pork at only Hie per pound W H MOORE SON Mr H S Mldklff Central City ylslt ed friends anti rellltlVCft In Hartford last week llr H A Birkhad Owensboro Is Ghe guest of his brother E E Dirk head city When you came to ruttond the Co- ldiers Reuntondoat fall to attend our sale Carson l CoI To fall to ahend our Clearance Sale July 2 to 9 meanie to mrs lots of bargains Carson Co Careoa Co otter you many bar gedJIS on We etght of this issue- Read their big ad CaptaIn J M DeVebweusboro Is spending his Yftcat1Qn troth Ms many friends In Hat tford1- We Will show yon to1 ot barpfo8 during our Clearance SUM which are tmt mentioned Cn our big ad- Careen Co We are trove pre11led A furntQh you with newte2li to fit any kind ot sewing maohlne that you maykuxeyy Carson I Co Cooper Co will run a bite Pavan Hapttor to the Fahgrooni oa July yh at jOe earAi way Pkaase have the oaahas nothlne Wm Oa clmag edif Dr J n While Charyoa 110 antI Mrs Charles E Roger and children Elkton Ky Ate thegueala et their pareMs Capt and arse I K ax C yK Miss Mae Dorah Cromwell Is the guest ot Mlss Alice Taylor and otbor Mends In Halttord Engine and Threshing Machine for sale D L D SANDEFUR Beaver Dam KY ails Verna Duke city was the guest of her sister 11rs Ruth Clark Sunnydale Saturday night Mrs Epiioore end children were the guests of relatives lilt Dun dee the first ot the week Mrs Julia Wtdding ilS beta elected one of the teachers In the Whtes- vlUe High School for this year Hon Joon J McHenry Louisville- Dent Sunday with his mothcr Ir Jennie T McFIenry of Hartford Mr Ross Morton Smullhous Is doing extra clerk services In the store oot Darnard Company this week- Allsses Katherina and PowrB JoneS were the guess or 3IIStes EriNa and Eddth Duke Sunnydafe from SilIJlIr day until Tutr4lay There wdll be a Sunday School ral- Iyat the Daptlflt church at Centertawn next Sunday nIght Everybody Is cordially Inv ed to attend There x111 childronstervlces at- Ileulah church Beda Sunday night July 9th begInning nt 730 odock Everybody cordially lnvdtted to attend Mr A dgon of Smullhous and Miss Ora Drown or Cententown were married last Sunday evenIng at the home or the brJde Rev L W Tlcl1cnor oJoIadng- 1r Ray Fauht llndflos carrie James both or Snlatlbnus were quet ly married tit rthe home of Rev L W Ttehenor tilt Centertown Just saturday evening Rev TlcheltOl officiating Leave your Laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tt the AlcHenry Lumber and Implement Company Is prepared to do your blacksmith htg carriage repairing In first class order and Oil short notice Give them a trIal 51x4 Get your doors Widows andbulld- ing mateldal from the lcHenry Luxn ber and implement Company Mc Henry Ky Give them a eaU Tars will treat you right 51t4 I n f At a meeting of the Board of I Elvaatlon or the Wt KentuckY Seminary at Beaver Dam Tuesday I Miss Anna Eliza Keown city was andLFifthEstrayed ou to my rarJ11lmll bay horse aboutPveDl years old Owner can procure same by calling and pay lugprlceof this adD D COLLiNS Hartford Ky- Mlss Ltlla Baird Louisville wa the guest of her cousin Mrs J W Ford rram Saturday until Monday 311ss Baird Is the daughter or the late Judge A B B 1lrd and eas born nand raised In Hartford In this 1S3UP will found rluaiterly statements of the McHenry Depostt Bank Dank of Centertown Dank of Hartford Beaver Dam Deposit Bank and Ohio County Dank All or that show a healthy and prosperous con dlUon In R commtanicatlon from the Ad jutant eleIlIls oUce Tuesday It was indicated that Co H of Hartford would likely be sent to lrllngtonI- II the near futtc for their annual target practice na no suitable location owald be found tear Hartford Among 4 11101 ntao a W J to sew us Inst llonUny and renewed heir faith Un The IPr puUcan were JJ Russell Rockport C R Carron Qwenedooro U S Fought CentcltownE R Taylor and D F nUld nt Iiiomwe3I A oJl Smith lennlJ and W F Sephorr erdBle- Mr Z OKl iC1trl1ler resident of and well known hr this lIountr died at his residence In Central CiPi- Ky last Thursday June 20 after a- protraeled Illness of cancer of the stomach He was n veteran or the CKII War and Gj ears old lit the time of his death He Is survived by seven children and six grmndchllen- lie was a brother ot Mrs S J Hud son of Hartford Miss Lucy King and Mrs Wnt RIchmond of Calhoon and Mr D J King of IllinoIs lie wau also an uncle of Messrs John and Daniel King of HarVard and An dreW King of Owtnsboro oils remains were lnterxed at Central City Metutre T It Bl4rnarU and wife W S Tinsley and wlfe and con Master Glenn Mrs Z Wayne OiiWn and son MUlterLarkln Mrs Rowan Holbrook and daughter Marian Mks Eo W Cooper Misses Stella Woerner Rut11 Riley Gei4rud9 Wright and Magie Marks formed a JoUr party which deft here Tueilllay for I trip to the Mammoth Cave via SmaUhous and the Greek IlIlvcr patient City of Bowling Orgies They expect tore tlrn Saturday Tile- were aooonJIX1nledby MiuuJohnny MIlls depuV County Clerk of Hopkins County Iio Cainelp tromtladltion- II Oft luvitatlan to aceolopatty the part Viola ParrlJ little daughter of air aiif Mrs E S PaldJ formerly of Ohto county died rut her home In Shawnee Oklahoma tune 20 and sus burled in the Shawnee cemetery She- war the youngut child of 116 and Mrs Parrls She died ot YoleUJnonda bedirg ill only a few days Mr and Mm Parris have many elatlns and friends here who sympathize with them Ill their toes Report of the Condition of the OHIO COUNTY BANK Doing Businetaat Hartford coun ty or Ohio Slate of Kentucky at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans mid Dls counts wlthone or more endorsers or uretiii 4296205 Real Estate Mortgages 8j300y Can loans on Oollaeral 00 Time loans on CoLlateral 00 tL S iJonds 00 Other Stocksllomls Etc 203038 4586543 Due fom National Banks 9S7167 Due from State Banks and Bankers 57250- Due from Trust- Companies 00 1044423 United States and National Bank- Notes 94800 Sped 414623 09423 Checks and other oath lteuis j30G2 Exchange for Clear Ing House 00 730G21Overdrafts Overdrafts unse curred 78418 22G302 Taxes 00 Current Expenses PaId 1t30i2 Real Estate Banking House 500000 Other Real Es tate 2ijOO00 Furniture and Ftxtutes 50000 Other Assets not Included under any of Above heads 145907 110899 Total 754S732 LIABILITIES paids J5OOO00 1500000 Surplus Funds 50004 Undivided Profits 22108 Fund to pay Taxes 0o- 723OS Deposits flubJect to check on which In terest JS1to1 Paid 15S4 Deposits subject to check all which In telSt Is paid 00 Ucmand Certificates of DePOsltBo on which interest Is pald 00 I Time Certificates or Deposits on which hlterQst le 1 1u 1391874 Savings heposits on which Interest Ii1- 111Id M Certified Checks OS 597424+ Due National Thanks 01 Duo State Dank sad Bankers t8 Due Trust Coin panics 11 Cashiers C1ieek- sottttanding 00- Nntes and Billsirellllcountvd 09 Dills Payable 00 Taxes due slid unpaid I 00- Jlnpaid dividendAAO- ther Liabilities not Included uHder any of the Wove hllQds 00 Total 75548732 State of Ke4ttuckV County of OhloSct I S K Sox Prealdg4at or the above named Bank do solemxly a1lea- WUlt the above atabement Is true to tile bed j of my knowledge and belief S K 6OX Preetdent Subscribed and sworn to before me thLs 7Ul day uf July 1010- My Conlm lon expires Jan 2eUl 1914R R RILEY Notary PuhIc Correct Attest E S D1RtHEAD It T j I 6 K CQLLINSDirecbora t nr i a 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 Cloth ing 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 f SEND YOUR BOY TO tMatheny Batts t t Vanderbilt Training t School ELKTON I KENTUCKY C tA limited select school Col trained teachers Students from more than thirty towns in Kentucky and from six Southern t states Equipment valued at d5 ci 000 Electric LiglktsSteani Heat Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur 4ioundings exoellent No saloons Extremely healtlifu1 location 3 010 spent on improvements this summer t We take boys frm 12 years of L age up 7 want your boy carefully ttrained send him to us and send cr he is young f The nineteenth year of the 4 school Sept 7e tWritefor illustrated Catalogue 4GAddress All Communications to 3 t MATUENY BRTTS Zc Prirlcipals 444tre- l a 4- r p1- r ry- l e- k + S r A bILt e a- a y gooD LAWS ON STATUTE BOOKS n REPUBLICAN PARTY HAS THOR OUQHLY REDEEMED ITS PLEDGES TO COUNTRY MUCH CREDIT DUE PRESIDENT That the Voters Will Indorse the Chief Executive and the Party of Which He It the Leader I Recent Events Have Given Assurance Washington Another Republican pledge was redeemed by the passage of the postal savings bank bill Thus three great measures will be enacted Into law to say nothing of various other Important acts during the first two sessions of the Sixtyfirst con gress a complete revision of the tar iff a most comprehensive railroad law and the establishment of postal savings banks and the end Is not yet for much legislation is in progress eome of which is bound to be com rlUw fltiC pj Tht fact of the matter is the ad ministration of President Taft within JbuEu Jew months over a year has seen more important legislation than any preceding similar erlod The president should have fultcredit for his part in the splendid result and u1dI8lstlons of certain disgruntled newspa pare have not influenced the people to any appreciable degree Both Iowa and Wisconsin gave the president a splendid Indorsement and the so called progressive or insurgent move ment In both states received a death blow La Follette Co can no longer be Republicans before election day and ant Republicans after election Understand and Appreciate Taft But Mr Taft has grown in popular esteem all over the country for the people appreciate more and more every day that he is working for the best Interests of all He does not propose to injure any business but he does propose to see that everyone obeys the law or It the law is unjust that It shall be changed That Is the kind of president the people want and the kind of president the people possess He is undoubtedly strengthening the party just as In return the party has been strengthening him And we no longer have the claim that the next house of representatives Is sure to be Democratic It has been said in these letters repeatedly that as soon as the people learned the truth about the party and the president there be no fear of Democratic wouldI On the contrary everything points to a splendid Republican vie tory throughout the country next NoI awaY1withover congress a most successful administration there Is no Issue for the Democrats to raise with any hope of success On the other hand the Republicans will go before the country with three distinct Issuesthe successful opera lion of the tariff law the legislation of the present session and the splen did administration of President Taft Each of these Issues will win the support of every loyal Republican from Theodore Roosevelt down to the humblest citizen and that will spell success on the Sth of next November People to Be Told the Truth The Republican congressional com mittee Is awake to the situation and Is preparing to lay the truth before the people in speeches both printed and epoken All requests for speeches are promptly granted and already several million copies of various pamphlets have been distributed And the effect is already apparent In the hundreds of letters received by the committee praising its methods and line of work It seems a stupendous task to over take and run down the misrepresenta tion that has gone forth but the people are fast learning the truth about the tariff about legislation In general and about the preldent And these facts are vote getters Then too the splendid work being done by the National Republican league under the direction of John Hays Hammond Is having a wonderful effect throughout the country the young men especially rallying to the Republican standard Tho campaign of 1910 is on and from now till the 8th of November every Republican should exert his best effort In spreading the truth Has Strengthened Party President Taft went west not to preach political policies but to expand upon broad social and Industrial themes While he was away his poll dies at Washington were at work These policies were active in manner to prepare for the president the finest hind of reception in the places he visited Ho traversed considerable Insurgent territory and everywhero In those localities was the action of the administration in securing Injunctions against the western railroads cordially approved The president making no direct allusion to policies as such nevertheless was acting In a politic manner Ho has literally won the west to him and insurgency la rapidly fading out as construed in Uz1BJt a ilem to Mr Tats Aa- yi re the American has had occasion to point out the attitude of the president has always been broadly national He has never done or said anything to warrant the conclusion that he regarded the insurgents as anathema any more than that he regarded the standpatters as candidates for Taft aureoles The wisdom of his course is now apparent By his attitude to- wardI the railroads in the matter of rate agreements he has set himself flatly upon the side of the law and by so doing he has won good opinions among the Insurgents Thus It appears that the president simply by giving another Instance of his reverence for law and a firm decision to have its terms carried out has made more po litical capital than any amount of demagoglng or trucking to one or an other side could have gained him The breach in the party is rapidly closing and the president as the healer of the schism is taking on a strength that will compare to his advantage with the popularity of his predecessors Simply Insists Upon Law Tho railroad presidents who sought to shake him in his position of ad herence to the law upon the ground that be himself has not been personal ly adverse to some measures of agreement between the roads found him as adamant Affable but unconvinced presIdentperceivany latitude tae the iallrogQg f M matter of rate agreements Ho per ceIves very clearly the insistence of the people that the rnIlrpadj shall not be permitted to raise the rates at their option T mere fact hat no formal agreement Ts ordinarilyen trod into does not alter Hie character of the aTreementT andlfie method by which the agreement was reached through the Western Traffic commit tee to raise the rates on many lines does not make the act less the action of the related roads The position of the president is that of firm Insistence upon the law as it is until the law shall be made different Country Appreciates Fairness Nothing could Inure more to the benefit of the president and his party than the ability displayed by him lto clearly discern between the sophie tries of those who regard the law as a flexible something to be stretched and those who regard it as the serious enactment of the people to be carried out The Republican party as a whole stands for law It has this as the safe position amid clamor pro and con with regard to rates It has this as its unanswerable argument in the position of administration that the requirements of the law must be car reed out- The professional labor agitators who raise their voices against the use of the injunction in labor cases have had a convincing example of the im partiality of its employment by the action of the president In Invoking It against the railroads Thus Mr Taft has placed absolutely beyond controversy that he is no respecter of persons that he is as ready to apply the law to corporations as to labor organizations His attitude as regards rateraising will have Its effect in the- counsels of the conference committee Mr Taft has appeared to great advantage He has placed his party in a right light He has done much to heal schism The Republican party Is in vastly better condition than two months ago to enter congressional contests The good judgment and sound policies pursued by the presi dent will prevail Baltimore Ameri can Wisconsin Indorses Taft The administration of President William H Taft was strongly indorsed in the platform unanimously adopted at the closing session of the Repub lican State convention In Milwaukee The present tariff law was approved and the provisions for maximum and minimum schedules and future scien title revisions commended Governor Davidsons administration was also in dorsed The platform follows We adhere to the principles of the Republican party as outlined in the platform adopted by the Republican National convention of 1908 We commend tho administration of William H Taft we admire his character we recognize his marked ability as to the pledges contained ta the party platform and to the prin ciples of good government Under difficulties and against op position that tried to the utmost his patlonce and forbearance he has la bored unceasingly to secure the en actment of wholesome constructive legislation to introduce economies In administration of the business of the government to conserve the natural wealth of the nation and to protect our honor and Interests abroad We approve of the present tariff law as a real progressive measure We especially commend the provisions for maximum and minimum schedules and future scientific revisions We Indorse the administration of Gov James O Davidson and commend his faithful adherence to Republican principlesTo end that our partys high Ideals may be upheld and party effi ciency secured we favor reorganiza tion of the party throughout the stateWith the selection of a campaign committee from each congressional district and the choosing of William D Connor of Marshfleld as state chairman the convention adjourned sine die Mr Connors election was unanimous He held tho same office six years ago when La Follette was governorHardest Job In the World After a man has succeeded in raising a son who Is a credit to him building empires seems trivial The Agandoned labjr Could you believe that a baby aban doped on aaopritep in 8 reway o the street or elfiewhero has al+ butte chance bf surviving the Hlsof childhood and reaching maturity than the average body car d for byii own mother You would think it itapogsibleiShat a child turned adnlft at birth left out In the cold and wet would Kaye phy sically a better tpvocipeat of Jtf j than the average baby in its mothers arms But 1 Is a fact tg strange but trueFigures furnished by the Now York Association for the improvement of the Poor show that in tot diiy only 11 per cent of abandoned children die under the age of two while 13 per cent of all the children born In the city die Under that age To quote the general agent of the association A foundling today In charge of the general committee is a bettor insurance risk than a child hay ins the rare of Its own mother Why do tho children abandoned un doomcjps tire ibotUr on the avtiuge than those that have their mothers careBecause the loumtotlon is kept In a room where It baa sufficient fresh- dir Becauf It is kept reasonably find evenly warns In winter and cool in summer Because It Is fed UfClclen11 aden tlflcaly and above all These aw the ifm rdularllYI signed by the thnt the child which would seem tO i have the hunt chance of growing up j healthfully really has the best chance- It Is an antique sock joke that nwsi know EO much about raising babies as old maids Well the fact is that a crops of unmarried women especially I ttul ned are teaching the mottieu of New York how to feed and oJierwlse I care for their babies and are thus turning thousands of sickly fretful in fauta Into Iwaltby and happy opes Although philanthropists contribute liberally and skilled jihysloians give tLelr services free to maintaining Vure milk d pots and consultations iu wnich advice Is given regarding un dernourished rabies there 4s a d j motbIersvan taguf The more successful part of the work is done by the trained nurses Who go II1Iti the homes king out sickly babies and prevailing upon the reluctant mothers to adopt better methods Mother love Is the strongest hes- sian known to humanity find yet there Is striking commciiSary upon the beau tiful development of brotherly love inI the fact what a philanthropic institu I tlon can and does care btiiUjr for a child than the average mother can Perhaps some day that bTiiMrty love will be developed to the point of enabling every mother to do for her own child the bttt that can be doe Let us hope eo for that would be philanthropy in Its highest perfection Attractiveummer Tours The Illinois Central Railroad Com pany offers very attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rates to the fat lowing points Boston Mass with ocean trip ono way between Boston and Norfolk also same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Resorts CaliforniaChicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo including route one way via Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts including Bay View Charlevoix Harbor Springs Macklnac Island and Petoskey Minnesota Lako Resorts MexicoNew City Now York City with ocean trip one way between Now Orleans and New York New York via Montreal via Mon treal and Boston with ocean trip one way between New Orleans and New York New York City with ocean trip one way between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific Coast Yellowstone Park and various other points of Interest For further Information un on ticket agentsor write F W HARLOW Dlv Pass Agent I C R R Go Louisville Ky- Three Good Things A main was walking down totouslnew one morning says London TitDltS when heSow a young woman wits a baby in her amps sitting on a Church stop and weeping Tho man whom we shall call perry was touched by her apparent distavss andasted her what wad twO cause of it I walked Into town she reputed to have my baby baptized and riow it will cost me 6 shillings to haveha service performed 1 havent the mom ey and I dont know wha to dOI Well thats a small matter said 1Y 3 Perry I havent 5 shillings dnohftng but heres a sovereign Take Si and changenTho woman returned in a short Wni and handed Petty 15 shillings He patted the childs head and went on his way rejoicing In his own goodness He felt good alt that day and his unusualtbrightness His associates all noted the change and finally one of them asked him the cause of lt I am happier than usual today said Perry and two reason of it to that I did three good things on my way here Ohis moraine He related the occurrence and wound up by say tag So I performed a deed of charl ty started a little child on its way o paradise and got 15 good shillings for a ooundereU sovereign Stops toe Cough heals toe Lungs COUGHVIf not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO EVANSVILLB IND CEDAR GROVE June 28Crops are needing rain very badly in this section Miss Verna Magan visited Miss Manda Harl at Shrove Saturday find Sunday and attended the Childrens day at Pleasant Grave Sunday Mr Ollie Duff Sulphur Syrlngsiwan the GuSt of his sister Mrs E W Ma gan Saturday night Mrs Nevltt Owensboro who has been visiting relatives in this com inunlty returned home Sautrdny Misses Minnie and Olaggte Wedding attended the Ice cream party at Sul phur Springs sautrday night given In honor of Mlta Christine Canon of Drakeaboro air Oscar Daniel Is very ill with the flux Mr and Mrs Geonge Canon Frled aland were the guests of their uncle Mr N B Hurt Saturday and Sunday Miss Osa Daniel visited relatives at Oak Grove Saturday and Sunday There will foe preachiDg at this plate next Sunday and Sunday night Everybody come Ladies Take Notice IWe can clean and press your coat skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club To cure LaOrippe and Colds In 24 hours take LaQrippeVJUltlYO If year dreffltt docs not keep them send 25c to C Mendenhall Medicine Coy Evusviiie ind and get them post paid Guaranteed SYMPATHY holds hurts but It wont euro an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make an appointment with us for tho practical way of get ting your teeth in fino shape Best crown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Telephone 21- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky ConcreteWork Concrete work of all kinds laid by experienced workmen Anything in concrete from an ordinary pavement to con crete residence Estimates furnished free All work guaranteedvl RIJUEY CONTRACTORHartford k D1reotoryOho Coiaaaty Circuit Court T F BIrkhearj Judgo Ben D Ringo Attorney W P Mldkl Jailer E Q Barrasa Clerk F LFe lix Master Commlaloner 1W T Collins Trustee Jury Funds T H Black Sheriff Hartford DeputlesS O leon an Lon Black Court convenes first Mon day In March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In May and November two weeks County CourtR R Wedding Judge W 8 Tinsley Clerk C E Smith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of Claims Convenes first Tues day In January and first Tuesday In OctoberOther County Offlcun C S MoxDey Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky R F D- No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky R F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A B Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday in September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd In December John H Miles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 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Cox Treas urer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen Taylor E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tlnsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastorChristian ChurchyServices every fourth Sunday at 11 n m and 7 p m Sunday ClayFordC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Iodge No 67B F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Ieystone Chapter No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday night In PriestVHartford Chapter No SI O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It Barnard W M Miss 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deetrtptlnn may Dlcklr ajc rt ln onr opinion IfrmoaeJI an lions Itnetlconot1entfaL OIt on iateule secuiiugyatenteYatentS uciolnotK without obarge in tna Scientific Htittricatt A handiomclr Illnltrated weekly T anre t drcu Uon of tclentlno Journal Term 13 a riBrt 2 oJI n j t i r OU Dunn 0 E SHIM + BARNETt SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAWi HARTFORD KY re wyr ltiIll practice their profession In all Ot t court of Ohio and adjoining col ties and court of Appeals Bp tl attention given to all busine entrusted to their care Collections ant the Pr oilVBpecla1UesOrtlce j Ing- f j FRANK L FELIX V I Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office in the flan aid building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYagWill practice his profession to all elM Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tart Public Office overFirst National Bank G JOllND WILSON CHAS MCROvrit WILSON CROWE LAWYERS i HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In an the courts of Ohio and adjoining coon ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on MaIn St opposite Court House PATENTS j and TRADEMARKS promptly obtained In all countries or no tee we obtain PATENTS THAT PAYtdrtrtlsetbmtiwroustaratour upeanc1eJpJouCOror FREE fineson patentability M rears practice BUR rorfneauldBookB03 BOS Sovanth StreetWASHINGTON DC 1 D SWIFT i I KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings Nsw Discovery FOR oaOLDSFree oa AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TRDUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOTO OR MONEY REFUNDED U17f i gaDEFENDEDwlnaorprwlofurepert frea ad TIoe bow to ob patents copyrtititi eto IN ALL ScndmodolIJlialntsf dirge vim Waiklaglait jmoitiy auJoftta jaltl Patent and Infringement Practice Write or cotco to us aaBIS HlcUk BUM app WASHINGTON D C I e oM 1 fm Nn M f Gasoline EnginesI Pumps water grinds teed shells corn c Works every daj at a small cost to operate All blzee for all purposes Send for catalogue 802 fi AddresstRSEUO Louisville Ky s- H d k- 1ip l Ine wv fJS r R r v t j 1tt If F 4 The Led Mule Lode f MUtoiACk Cdr Sam Bernardino la J9aUtber Califganla Bernardino 1- sy i portal ilronu atfm1 ties the deS er LtJ6 land of ladtty and lnver- acbtq Thcsowho dQngl the halt or wealth MyGhat over tU pct and PAin fu1w qt sthetra4l to the tort Ibdei the PeJglcg the Gunsdght the f Loet Cabin the Spnnlah mina Maybe rot all of thJese are exactly In this one dQTt but they aTe all equa1ly lost and egnaldy ICb1Ung to tdw adven turOUs prospector A fine prospect r when the season Is right for folk to pluck wp their courage toga on plt I gttmagee Into San Bernardino have just comet I two prospectors Cd1 Clyde Durham w and Liout eot James DesmOnd toot do 1tyfuanded Flue montbsp1 IIlpreand been pursuing a course ya mineralcigy adberttl educa illoItln pure sclence for dt has brought them no pl13cUcal SroIt With them has returned the taltMc but ever arelancholqoaniptinlon of their WO41d- rfog wwlt their PaCk mu1A Unfo- rtooaWy the records In our new omit ILiename and the omsslolllis regret Gable because tM mule shows himself uuporlor better map better prospector 1 Footsore and emptyQcanded the wane srlug men seven more deservedly too sore our telowoitlzen tMs mule but rot emptydroofed In sate though In ooMCMent lodgment between coronet and pastern he has brought back from 6the gold trail the prcot ot wcaath He developed a Ump the chroniclers of San Bernardino tell us and thus lit was discovered that In his hoot he Yad concealed a nugget estimated to be worth 500 Let us estimated a- lo With gold nt 20 Itbe ounce troy dlntf nugget must weigh 2 pounds and 1 ounce of value without allowing a i pannyweJght to the quartz galvgue- whdoh must hold it OOnilld roble of- a domdck that No wonder the mule Wmped It only the had done as well with the other hoots Fancy the prlu- of ownership In a mule that nays 2000 How like a mule ttda Ls It H had been a pebble cl barren country roCk Ino bigger titan a p u l1hJt mUleany rnuiowcuId have trumpedis moe and have taken no step until the In a Mtructlve geology had been extrocted Butwhen he stepped on float and lacked up gOld tlt the grass roots he toys never Do word until he reaches uuah o1vUlzatlolli as San Bernardino a- ti lards Then he reveals his aulLferou- sdepmfs and seta the bipeds mad In tbe sacred famish ot gold Somewhere here is goLd like pebbles bUt it may i Ise any of flue months back track on the trail ot this mule who Con coaledhds limp The 11scmm ot tMs mule haslven Idlo deceit one more lure ot gold We hasten to claim the Led Mule LOde wherever It may lieand Q whole lot lies at the back of San Bernardino We lose no time do shaking 600 toot along the lode with all lbif dlps spurs andanglaNew York Bun Summer Tourist Fares The IllInois Central Railroad Company authorIzes round trip tickets sold ss follows Cerulean Ky 350 East View Ky 215 i Omyson Springs Ky 165 Chloagu Ill 1605 X1ckets on sale May 15th 1910 to September 30th 1910 lacluslve Final raturai limIt Ont 31st 1910 Dawson Springs Ky 230 round- trip tickets ow sale dally Final re- turnldx months from date ot sale tTe above rates aPply from Beaver Dam Ky Low rotes from other eta 1t tJonflon awllcatJon J E WILLIAMS Agent New Wonder of the Heart To toot the pressuro of blood upon s the heart a student ot the LOndon HospLtnlvolunbmlly submitted 1tLmself tat the ordeal ot remaining supendedb- yb hie eels tor several mInutes at at1me from an Iron hook fixed In the ceiling The expeTilment has result ed 3m the discovery CL hitherto un eippreelated chnrocter4stlc ot the hu man heart IIthas been ahot that a Healthy I heart PnLCtAcally mUlllldeSi the effect f or gravity on the blood streams ot tfrthe body Proto Leonard Hill who- conducted the expedmelKB explllns- t J IeI j that peen a bealtby roam stands up nigLt the blood pressure In the Yes tiuqhe nick is about equal fo cL- itJ QOlapt 120 tnllltmetera ot mercury The prepare In the els of the low er leg is much higher abOut 190 mllU- mefera on account ot the acUQI1I ot- giaWfy on ate vertical column ot blood lheotaUcal1y If a man Is turned up- sldo dawn the leg should- tdtereforataU to about 120 millimeters- Mnace gtravGtY is no long acing while riseTtQ somewhere abOut has tiecaaeof the Inverted student to was found that although the leg I2kcd pressure immediately dmppsd- y about 50thera trm Corceepoa I 1- s a 1 5a ding rlsoof pressure In the teck nod ann vouels In other words the healthy heart has poorer to adapt ItselttO any posture we may QISUIIl3 and yet keep the bloodlpreSsure in the lnItPOl1tlIl parts or the body plTI tlcularly In the heart anti head vessels at the normal rho- abdoaninal cavity with te great net work or large vex is is used as a roe iervo lelD which the blood trom the limbs ron be poured so as never to overcharge the heart Itselt or the yes 8e13 ot the bed ands nock All depends of course on wheaaho- rhe heart Is ill t1 healthy condition for experlmens on mbbLts have shown that the organ loses trs ability to regulate automatically the blood pressure when the muscular tissues are Lax through watt ot ergriseLond- an Correepcndcxl ot New York Sun CASTOR IAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Beats the- Signature of A Loyal Senator When William O Bradley went to the Senate from Kentucky The Herald i predicted that the Irterefrs of this State would be Taken care cf wiltb cm sent and vdgihsnt tIttellltlon Senator Bradley dins served In two eesslona4he fpeaal tariff seEllLon and I that which has just ended and thee prediction wo made has been amply veltfed While Bradley went to the Senate as a novIce in that great dettberattve body he went wlih the ripened eX pollUcalartjlUIand He was welcomed as a man wHo had dieGinbulshed himself In the councils ot his party and who had succeeded in breaking trarough the defene of a strong poitlcal machine that sought to bar his way to the Senate Once he had donned th toga and taken hIs se In the Senaolfalcham thItasktagQS might properly be obtained In the course ot legislation Always a Republican wIth a decide SICJpIotby for regularity the Senator I has not been Mndly partisan in hs attitude A notable instance ot hIs I breadth wan the success he scored In extendrg the time whereIn Confederi ate vubrans could make claim for j properly lcOF Ilu11tg the war Utlani mcUS eonserd mas requt = ld for ltro i duclag rslIts resolution And Senator H2O burn ot Idaho was strenuously Cppcsed to It Butlte Ketaucky Sen ator wasted his tIme lnd stole a march on hIs Ilbho ecl1elgu while tbe latter was temporarily out ot the chiamllr- During the tardffaesJnathe Sencxar took care ol hIs State s cuning an In creae In idle duty on hemp one ot and a tax epll1aneffective efforts icf Senator Bradley In ecorea Yf other cases he has been nI leglstljIit3 cons0tuertu His record Is An Jatraordlnlry one fr a nw Senator and can be artIQllbU- ted only to the fact that his eolleaguw- ecogndzcd in him atoncea man ot unusual ablllty and gave him the plat wLlch tome ot Intellect and character naturally demand The Hearod does not QI1y9 soo eye ao eye with Senator Bradley We are a little lens regular than he but ttts does not obscure the tact for us that I he l1s given good service It1J KentuckY and to the Nation and deserves the gratitude and support ot hs conttu ants Lcu syille Herald I QUICKSCOUGH NE Quickest and best for coughs GUIRANTJUtD Sold by druggists Made by JeC Mendenhall Medicine Co EvunIIIe lad Monteagle and Sewaneel Tenn Monteagle BIble School July 1G25 1910 Monteagle Sunday School Instl tute July 28 August 16 1910 Dates of sale June 30 July 11516222329 30 and August 12 1910 fipal returi September 5th 1910 Fare for round trip 700 J t J E WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dame Ky J Cheap Clubbing Bates We have made an arnazLgement will the publishers of the IalanQ Farmer of Louisville whereby wq are enabled to furnish The Hartford RepUblican and that paper one year for 160 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best farm papers published in the United ttajee Our readers ebould take advantage of- tha slier h aUv r x Toads There Is a great deal of beaut y about a toad It y01 know there to look fm rwhlch is true ot a great many ahex thlngsbeddes toadS bY the Iay Title beauty flea tit Its eyes and children who study nature In acpool tfpow being shown the toad eyes forget how ugly they thought It was before and often want to take the little creatture IV in their hands to get a botter look at thIs precwu3 jewel in dttI head Did you ever stop to think by the way that the toad could not be so handsome dt It were no too lmme1YJ For you know handsome Is os hantl some does and It the toad were nCI of a dull hue like a clod or earth and also like a clod don Lts TOugh shapeless body It could not carry ow Its hued ne3 wholt Is to eat InseCn It a toad were as pretty IL a hummingbird for instance it not only could not catch the Insects upon which Lt feeds 6because they would not thInk It a harmless clod then as thy do now but his enemiesouch as the hawk the snake and the owlwould see Mr Toad too and eJt Mm up just as they tb now whenever they get a ch3JloC e- Insoots destroy enough fruIt and grain in this country every year to titan thousandd ot boys In business build hundreds of schools and colleges and do many other useful thIngs Here ds where the toad mimes in between us and ruIn He has been known to eat eightysix house tllos In less than ten minutes and If he cannot so quickly get out ot the way In the spring ot the year the young toad la beglntng tube a tadpole Lt though he will not reach tuU tabpole- shlp until about the tlrLt of June In the latter part ot April lie Is an egg one ot a long row lying In a transparent jelly like a strln of blaCk hinds In the botoen ot a pond The toads lie In a Wrpid state all wInter but wlh the first warm days ot lJrin they begIn to hop about wIth a soft low musical trill and move away in crowds toward the wsarest pond where the eggs are laid In the waver as the water is necessary to hatch them One toad will lay something lake 9000 eggsand ono Won dens why at this rate I hey do not overrun the country But as the toads are on the watch for insects other thIngs are on the watch for them Water beaerlizards and fish eat the tadpoles and the little tads which escape from raclpolehcod Into toaddcm have Ito run or rather hop the gantlet ot dUcks hens birds snakes hawks owls and crows so that the toad common and dull as he looks has hIs Life of adntur just as human beings have and there In many a SCene In his Life In the jungles ot the meadow ponds perhaps whIch would read like a page tram Darkest Africa It he could tell and we could understand I- tTrinnial ConcleaveKnights Templar Aug 13For above ocroston IllI- noIs Central Railroad Co give speci al rate on 1150 round trip from Beaver Dam Ky special rates from other poInts on apprecatlon dates or sale August 4 5 6 and 7 1910 FInal return limit Augurrt 17th exceut up on deposIt ot ticket and payment ot too ot 50 cents an extensIon of final Limit to Sept 6th 1910 may be secured J E WILLIAMS Agent Might Have Changed History A new story about Napoteon is necetsnanlly suspected the probabild ty is that It is simplY EO old toot tt has been forgotten However here is one that M Arthur ChUquet points In LOpclon as never before ipUMih ed lot relates to Napoleon and Bleu oler The emperor reealvsd the general lit the Castle ot Flnkeniton wille tie was prepanlng for the ulege at Danzig He drew htm to a wilndow in an upper story and paId Mm compliments OIl Ms mUtary gfts and Bluecher goIng QwaydeHlllIted descrlbed the ectei view to ps aid de camp Whalt aI chance ycu missed exclaimed the latter You nvtght have changed the whole OOUIiIe ot MlWIIy Haw Why you mfght have thrown Mm out of the window Confound Ertl replied Bluecher SO I might Jf only I hadthought cf It A Wretched MRtaker- to endure the itching Otaindul distress ot dies Theres no need to Listcmr I suffered mush from Z11es rites will A Marsh ot Sher City N c till I got a box ot Buoklen s ArnlCa Salve andwas sooscured Burns Boils Ulcers Fever Sores Eczemu Cuts Chapped Hands ttblahs van- Ish before it25C et nIl drutgglsts m II In Memory of J Y Hudson The white wInged angel atf death visited pur cvmmurfIty Juae191910- and toOk from WI our beloved friend acid ueigllbor JosdphY Hudson Un 4iFA til f la cle Joe as bei was formerly called was a member of the Imprvoed order Yf Rod Men A christlan man a lovI 1118 husband and L deycJetl lather He toJmourn hIs low besIdes a hos- offrlends t and relatives HIs remaIn Were Interred In the SmIths buryIng ground Monday In the presence ot a large crowd ot sorrowing friends and relatives He Iud been a sufferer for several moll hl end bore his Illness patiently AU that lovIng bands could do Was done but Wd saw tit to call him from this world ot sorrow to a better home Weep not dear children for papa we know he is safe 1n the arms of a saviors love White we know the tire side has lost Its sunlight and a choir Is vacant remember God has promIsed rest to the weary Dear loved ones some or which are la theIr tender years live to meet- papa where paIn and partIng Is no more The light Seen our home is gone A voice In our hearts are stilled Achalr Is vacant In our home Which never ron be tilled A FrIend C E W Building Contracting If you are going to build a new hoUSe or repair the oM one I would like to make you prices on the oast of the labor and can furnish the material If desired Will work In the country also Good references D W WAKELAND- Builder Contractor Hartford Ky Should Checkmate Tariff Agitation The objections tgllMt the pTCpried ccmmlru on are so reasonable ard so mantre r that ht Is to be rtgrlftl they have net been better Illlllrlclat- cd by tro Prealden The whole purpose cf its appolcltmcrt would con fessedty have been to pllipaae the rood for II reopening ot the entire Tariff ulljtOtln other words for lnCJohw geJjIIUI revtstcm In view ot the fact 1It th ureeitalrty tlllrd uw- settlenuert involved In the merit revision kept business ot all lrIrs cn- tJ1c anxious sit for a year and thus robbed an army ot men ot employment the prOpOslUon W bring on acrather- goaeral revtsdon so soon is malojouS ly opposed to the common w elfar- If thelw are any specific particulars In whah the preuert law cm be tin proved lot a rule to adopted which wU lYrmt a bill W be ecacted our red lreg these pantlcular3 Lt is sigI- WnloLLIt however shut Ute revision hnIOfbut traducing It by m smpreeLatlcn- of IIn uItliclnc sure lotslbe reck- lea chnmcter- The Payxle taw Is one which the President In spite ot his Illogical encouragement ot cotllnued Tariff dls turbance hs publicly defended as u- commflfld1ble and effective meeriure- dra0ed In the public interest 1Vha the country needs cis a fair trial ot this measure and above all Tariff tl abUlty and cel1hII1lI The loan osun niCe that taro Payne law was act to stand would undo everything In Its dlreoJlon ut business insproveniont chat has been dock in the last your or more Congress should continue to reject every munnor ot proposition which tends toward buslne UIJlC- OtJJt tyPDl burg Press Ignorant Roman Mme Cavallerd the day before the Lu1tana sailed discussed marriage humorously with a reporter But the trouble with these ntatni mon al discussions said the bau4 ful slner ls that they who take part In them are usually ignorant of mat Tllmony Thus I talkIng marl1lge to ycu tm In she position ot LuIgI- AIJgIjO talking South America Lulgl Aragno of my native Rome proposed to emigrate to South Aner lea Ht destitution was Quito In Ecuador There you know ttis very hot Lutgd basted one attcrnoOn5at- eil before hIs uncles cafe do the Corso- of the prosperous times he would en joy In Qwto Ill do splendidly there he said slipping his liqueur I have a job awaiting me at 200 lire a month But Arago said Irlendyou11 never bo able to slanai Quito Its right under the Line The temperaturC- is 115 In the shade Oh well llhe emigrant replied very little of my work iwiji be in the shade you know Sunday School of the South Knoxville Tdrm Juno 21 July 211910 TIckets on sale June 1920212526 July 2910 and 16 1910 Final return Umlt fifteen days from date ot sale Extension of final limit to Sep em ber 30tb1910 may be secured by de posttllJlg ticket with special agent and payment of feee ot 100 at time of deposit Fire for round trIp 955 f J Eo WILLIAMS Act Beaver Dam Ky cJ Fads for Weak Women Nine tenths of all the ickneu of women is due to some derangement or disease of the organs distinctly feminine Such sickness can be curedis cured every day by Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It Makes Weak Women Strong Sick Women Well It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restora tlvetonlo for the system It cures female complaint right in the privacy andlocalwomnW larize here as to the symptoms of those peculiar affections incident to women but those wanting full information os to their symptoms anJ means of positive cure are referred to the Peoples Com moo Sense Medical Adviserlooa pages newly revised and up to date Edition sent free on receipt of 21 one clothbindingAddress Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y WeL DOUGLAS S300 X350 400S5 O SHOESBest UNIONMADE j BoysShoes I 200 I 5250 and I Fast Color Eyelsb Uaed I w 1 Douglas shoes are the lowest I price quality considered In the world Their excellent style easy fitting and wearing qualities excel those of lion makes If you hue been paying prices for your shoel the next time I you need a pair live W L Douglas shoes a triaL You can save money on your footwear and ret shoes that are just II rood in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices- I If you could visit our large factories at Brockton Mau and see for yourself how carefully W 1 Douglas shoes are made you would then understandwhy they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes- UAl1T1UNW I Douglas name and prig is Bumped on the bottom to protect the wearer aKlL1ne high prices and Infrtonho No Nubst- ttute L Douglas smvs ate not for sale In your urettcaulogw4DougiaeDrocktonLau7mn i CARSON Sc COMPANY prcoapnKATtop Hartford Kentucky firMcCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect it stmpllcity sad nearlyRCanada or mall direct More sotd than any other make Send tor tree catalQiuc McCALLS MAGAZINE r More subscribers than any othet fashion LaltopatternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Portal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers Address Ins MCCALL CO 3810 ZIS W S7Ua St NEW YOU ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It Ls the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter I to H J + +t++ 1 I THE KENTUCKY II Light and INCORPORATEDi Co A IJ a IWlhh WIRE YOUR OUSE AT C08f i IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANt HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH i iE G BARRASS ManageLI It + OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 16Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek OWPllsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ttEPUBL1CLrf und lJauy uwensooro inquirer 32Q THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE RIPIiBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionSDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and l years success to secure positions under reasonable cone ditions or refund tuitio- nSOOKKEEPI1 Draughon s competitors by not accepting his propoeitionconcede that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draugion can cons vine you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGH9N President DRRUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE f ttsooaroaaraDJ EVANSVILLE ADUOAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS Y i 4 1 i Afw yyn N1wCOLONEL ATTEHSflNS SON SHOOTS MAN Young Manx Said to Have been 4Insane For I Years SFrt j I Kingston N Y July 2Ewlng attersoiK eldest son of Col Henry Wnttereon who shot Michael J Mar ton a Saugorten hotel keeper and fired Into a crowd was committed to the Kingston Jail this morning to await a charge of assault In the first dugrcejbe fixed which was opposed by As plftant District Attorney Travers who said that If Martin died the people did not wish Watterson running around loose especially since he had given his captor a desperate struggle mid two loaded revolvers had been taken from him Dr Rudolph Dledllng of Saugerton vrffo was present at Mr Brlnnlers re quest stated that Martins Inju ries probably would not prove mortal Watterson expressed regret at the shooting more especially ho Bald because his father had expected to spend several days with him COL WATTERSON WANTS TO CARE FOR HIS SOX New York July 2Col Watterson who la staying at the Manhattan Club In this city said today that he would leave Immediately to see his son How asd ceply saddened by the tragic affair which comes quickly after the death of one of his daughters and the death of Ills youngest sun Harvey Watterson who fell from n nineteenstory window of the Trust Company of North America about two years ago The only thing his mother and I ask Is that wo be allowed to take the boy away and place him In a private asylum said Col Watterson and 1 think we should ho able to arrange that We have tried many times be fore to persuade him to go to a re treat of some kind but he would never consent Ewing was always a peculiar boy He was always very quiet and reserved but we knew his mind was not normal He was a victim of acute melancholia and that took the form of religious mania and hallucinations that someone was trying to injure him But this is the first time that his mania ever showed smy homicide ten dencies and It Is terrible My deepest sympathies are with the family of ilit poor fellow whom he shot and who I am sure had done nothing to offend him- Report of the Condition of the MHENRY DEPOSIT BANK Dring Business at Town of Jlc Henry County of OhloStaUj of Kenntucky at the Close of Business on the 30th dray of JttnelDlO RESOURCES Loans nnd Dis counts with one or more endorsers or sureties J17S884 Iloal Ebl ate Mart KaKS 520000 Call Loans on Col lateral 200000 Time Loans on Col latwral 260000 U S Bonds 00 Other StockS OnW Blc 20000 2788842 Duo from Natloa al flanks 50680 Duo from State Dank and flank ers 00 Due from Trust Cctropanios 00 5CC807 iJs4td States and Notional Bank NotoS 324000 Space 124931 44S931 ChoCks nnd other cash items 00 Exchange for Clearing House 00 vOvcrdmfto socur ed 00 Overdrafts unse cured 9539 9339 Tai S 00 Current Erpeneea PaW 75781 Rea3 Estate Bdnh1tgHouse 328005 Qtbor J Estate 00 Furniture end Fixtures B0400g I Otfee AiBselB not iltlkltated undea any of oboya beaks 00 607794 Total 4411913 LIABILITIES CarpStal Stock paid in in Mh it I 1D 0000- SurpJua Fund3 B0009 Undivided pro fits or 137921 Funds to pay Tapes 00 L87921 DelpbMia subject to bcklon which interest da noVpaW 194383J 1Iposits subject to beo ton which Interest is paid 00IDemand Certificates of Depoiits on which la terestls paid 00 Ttlme Certificates of Deposits on which Interest is paid 780099 Savlnngs Depos bI on wbch Interest is paid 00 Certified Clicks 00 723992 Due National Banks r 00 Due Sate Banks and Bankers 03 Due tComIpanies QO Cashiers Cheek9- outstaudinng 00 1 Notes and Bills rediscounted 00 Bills payable 00 Taxe due and un paid 00 Unpaid dividends 00 r Other Liabilities not included uu der any of the above heads 00 Total 1411913 Sate of Kentucky County of OhloSct I I S J Tlchemir President of the I above named Bank do solemnly sweat that the above statement Is true to the bst of my knowledge and belief S J TiCHENOR Pres Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of July 1910 C M NAIL Notary Public Correct AttestC M NAILS J TICHENOR- E F RENDERDirectors I Report of the Condition of the BANK OKENTERTOWND- olns Business at Main St Tarn of Cent rtownCounty of Ohio State of Kntuckya Kha Close of Business urn the 30th Day of June 191- 0RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or mare endorsers or sureties 95351125 Real Estate Mort gage 00 Call Loans on Col lateiul 1422010 Time Loans on Collateral 00 U S Bonds 80 Other StocksIJonds Etc 00 727312 Due from National Banks 623608 Due from State Hanks and Banker 00 Due from Trust Companies f 00 62360S Lsited States and National Bank Notes 448400 Specie 243059 706159 Checks and other cash Items 00 Exchange for Clearing House 00 Overdrafts secur cured t 00 Overdrafts uuse cured 138125 138125 Taxes 00 Current Expenses Paid 105524 Real Estate Banking House 140000 Other Real Estate 00IFurniture and Fixtures J 199932 Other Assets not Included under any of rbove heads 00 445456 Total J3186783 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in ini cash 1500000 Surplus Funds liU65 Undivided pro fits 52160 Funds to Pay Taxes 00 268625 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not pate 3181740 Deposits subject to check on which Interest fa paid 00 Demand Certificates d pf deposits onwhIeh w interest is paid 00 t can celebrate your independence every day so far as clothes- r Yare concerned independence of high cost of good clothes independ ence of doubt about qualityof uncertainty about style and good tail for1g J Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes c are a constitutional guaranty of all thats best in good wearables you 1 know what youre getting whenyou buy them you pay less than theyre i really worth and get more value than in any other clothes Allwoolor x 1 alwaysSuits 018 to 30 1E P BARNES BROTHERS krFiEAVER DAJvI XY IJThis store is tjhe home of Hart Schaffner Mane Clothes l I Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 3921418 Savings Deposits onwhlch interest Is du 00 Certified Checks 00 7103168 1 Due National f Banks 00 I Due State Banks and Bankers OO Due Trust Com panies 00 Cashiers Checks j outstanding 00 f Notes and Bills + redlacoujjted 380000 380000 Rills Payable 00 Taxes due and un paid 00 i Unpaid dividends 00 v Other Liabilities not Included un der any of the above s heads V 00 Total 1918678- 3fllttfl I t of Kentucky I County of OhioSCt I H H Lewis CasMer of the atove named Bank do solemnly awes that ttre above statonient is true to the best of my knowledge and belief H H LEWIS oasbler Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1910 My Comiolsaloa expires Jan 25th 1914 A R PLUAIMER Notary pmbllc Correct Attest J BMADDOX t 1 HJS BARNES 4jr jNOV ri BELL cra Directors x 0s JUDGE BIRKNEAD SUFFERS INJURES Falls on Sidewalk and is Unable to Preside in v Court I Judge Blrkhcad slipped and fell I 9o sidewalk la HawesvfHc Mon oflternocai and was badly tftakou up and considerably bruised by the ac cWe a eo much BO that he wua un ableto preside over the afternoon session of the Hancock dnculit Court and was contend to ibis room at the hotel The injury was na seifluos but very painful The judge left Owonaboro at 835 oclockMonda1mor for Hanves vllle in which place he intended holding court which was ito have conrvened Monday afternioan It was stated last night that the Beaston would be convened this morning There are no asses of atartUng Ira portance oa the docket of the HawesyJEe txxuji but as ibis miw temia for the holding of u w terms in tfilfl district would not per ink of tire holding of a regular Itenn untbll In the tote toll Ire court dexftded lib hoM a epttelaJ term in order that n nuoierOf toasea might be disjweedof hollers the k egular bhUn IoJllllIed The holding of the special torn wdft not only Ightten Uie docket for CtofeyBtor term but witlaleo ds jM ioX jwreraa castee bat tilts ioterestcd are anxious for toe count to deridepwensboro Blessen jeer Negro Boy Drowned Young John Hunter of color met death by drowning in Rough river about a Hundred feet below the old mill dam at Hartford last Friday evening He in company with soy eral other of his own color had gone in bathing Hunter could not swim very well and when he came tD a jumpoff about midstream he inlthebut was unable to save him Young Hunter had boon lost in the water only about twenty minutes when Joe HnrPark of color who had been called to the scene rescued his body from about ten feet below the surface Efforts were made to revive him but life was extinct He was about 14 years of age and a son of Mr and Mrs Buell Hunter SELECT July gTberia was a good rain fall- hemSunday whWh waa baby needed Mr C W Banniey vloSted bta am Mr Guy Rangy B wvear Dam Satur daY lght MteaAaxacB R B itartUn H wftfard ands P Md lnney aad IkeCoopex Cromwell visited thalr aunt Mrs J J SUiwaitt one day last week I tediMISaturday untO Tuesday Several from DWa yflaoo attended the reunion Hafrtford Monday Miss Carrie Jtoll who w nv1a Itlng her 1II1dm oaierc Mw S M Jaaas for fie p4wo wwka laM I 1 3 returned to her ihome at Render Mr C P Miller who is worklag a Hartford was at home Saturday and Sunday School mUl begin at this place Mon day July Urthlf Ezra Orowder ol Mt Pleasant thatabeJ Jwithford was alt home Saturday and Sunday Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M held B regular meeting lost Monday I night but iidnig to the rain three J a slimttendance IRouglJ R t Lodge No 110 Knights I of Pythia JjSstalled the following new officers at the regular meeMng Tues I CommanderaTappan Prellnte H E Brown Mas MasteTlotfWf H GIfeSple Outside Guard Fri gtvenboEilqulrera f evening ntlottbe Esquires will ibe gi en the Kb4ghte anyt and it is hoped ffJJ p h JOige4ii1lbeeble to ftmish the class at thAt r i tI1 I CoifotyIfor i 1910 emS am now ready to issue 1e t celfpte and trust that you will not to be seen by inysIlOroofLand detfittes but will came forward settle w earty as poaelble io RespeclfuMy 0i TrH BLACK a0 Ct