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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I l m t tartf rb Uqrnbli an YeartVOTI XxIIIRTF RDOHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 15 1910 No 52 OHIO COUNTY WINS 4 IN COURT Of APPEALS Baird Suit Reversed By U S Court at Cincinnati Not Believed that Plaintiff Wi Be Left With Cause of ActionI t t A telegram received by the attor nets for Ohio county In the case or A B Baird against the county fro m Cincinnati Wednesday brought the good news that the United States Court or Appeals for this district ha- reversed the judgment or district jitdgo Walter Evans and remanded the case We have not received a copy or the opinion but It Is reason sly certain that this will end the tIt Igatlon ns a decision upon any of the points contended for by the attorney s for the defense will make rurther prosecution or the suit on behalf or Baird Impossible This tltlgatlon has caused wide spread Interest among the citizens and tax payers or Ohio county because ot the peculiar conditions surrounding the claimed indebtedness and the large amount Involved The note originally amounted to something over 5000 bpt with the accrued Interest to about fourteen years and court cost Would have brought the amount u to something like 14000 had tone against the county In all the litigation the county has been represented I by Attorneys Heavrin i Woodward and Barnett Smith They have never had much doubt ultimate result or the case although bitterly disappointed at the declslonor the lower court It Is tin uocessary here to recount the condl lions under which Baird claimed that t tria indebtedness tecitrred as we have heretofore pUblished In detail a number or times the entire history orthe case The long time which had elapsed and the death of almost an or the members or the Fiscal Court who at that time could have known much concerning the transac tion made It a very difficult case to practice on behalt or the county The receipt of the telegram her Wednesday announcing the result a CincInnati caused wide spread joy f and satisfaction among ohio county citizens and the glad was tea phoned to various news the court ty to those who had been witnesses on behalf of the county at the vary ous trials The case was recently argued In Cincinnati by Attorney Woodward and Smith for the county and Attorney R w Slack Owens boro on behalf or Baird V A Pleasant Surprise At his bpautltul country home neua Cedar Grove three mnas test of this tty Mr Charlie QulSOOherl was J Dleapantlyy surprised vrhls tamiiy natives and friendss on SundayJuly- 40th with a birthday dinner and ice cream paTty the I 1 1eing- ln honor of his 37th birthdaYinniver inry Beneath the shade of lie oak and cedar trees which adorn the spacious lawn nt the noon hou- rttisi choice feast of delictctis edibles w served ro IIpread Ice cream was I la the afternoon The dinner repr seated the cookery or the Section and the crowd present the jolliest tbn an event so pleasurable can afford t As per reQUOet the nancs of the members present will new be given it name or anyone PTeSCnt hM Leon 1th It has not Jen intentional B MItchell wife and daughterMarYt Louise J C Thomas dren Bertha Gonnle Ieonard1urrls- i and Willie H A Owen and wife C WCanan wife and Mn Charlie Mitchell R W QulslSenbelTY wlro and I children IQlaude Everett Almar had t Itlesvll Tan Qullranberry wife and I children Pearife May Oracleflay andJ caUie Common and Lennls N- atilOTS Elvis Dugan wtloand chfhUen J tonne Dr131JeltU3l and pe1marI i wIre and children Lan Bert and RUs sellt Oscar Daniel and wife Charlie l yalker White wile and soft Mntwin 1r tie Cole and children OrvllheEr abet RaT and Corinne Thomas F Jobneon Sdie Rosa nd Maggie Ford Vrlah Copage wife and son M11 ymsSle Dante Those frbni8 i dtstanceyrere or1I6 L Johnetoh I t Izabettrtgwn Danie1 salts 0 II1 man Laltohfiald William ICell y or Owenboro John F Allen and wit or Olaton Thomas payton wife nlnd daughter of Olaton- ll Gus W Richardson to Fight Removal Frankfort Ky July 8Gus W Richardson ut Meade county form State Senator and well known Democratic politician who for two yea rsa has been sup rlntcndent or tile Jng Detartment of the Stale Reform School In toaette county was hero wduY to notify the State prison Com mission that he would not accept and order from them dlsntisslugrhlm ho that position The Board recontty annrounced the appointment or former State Senator W O Coleman or Henry countya s superintendent of the farm Rlchard sun maintains that he was apoiute for a terns of four years And that he cannot be removed without cause says his t emoval In the middle or tai season would work to the dlsJodvanta- gt the crop or the Reform School II will likely take file mater Into OOUrt Lexington Herald Lost Mr Vlg Hacker or lcHenT lost a mare on Vednesday July 6th cola seesrewardtto IeOTIS BEARD ijIYENi2JiYEARS Simpson Case Now on Trial SpecialTerm Will Close Tomorrow iA special term of the Ohio Cir Court was begun here last Mon day morning at 9 oclock with Judge T F Birkhead presiding and Hon WH Barnes acting Commonwealth Attorney pro tern The term waR Cryantvs t murder and Comth vs George Simpson charged with Incest The Bear I case was called first and ho was abl prosecuted by acting Common wealths Attorney Barnes and CounI ty Attorney C E Smith Being de fended by Attorneys Heavrin Woodward The case was tried by a jury composed or the tololwfng Ohio county citizens Joe Robertson WR lIam L Leach J M Vincent J W Duvall Dickens DL W Barnlrd Elias Mitchell E E Tinsley rom Brown S T Barnett Will Delaney L L Embry After being out overnight the jury returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment of I Beast at twentyone years confine mont In the Penitentiary It was with I some difficulty that the jury reached a verdict as Ii number or them were toralife sentence The court It liJ1t took the position that the new Saw which takes from the jury the fixing punishment should hold In these cases bat tterward reversed himself and dectdedthatas the offense had been cqmMltted and prosecution begun under the old law that they must c ntln under It In the case or Simpson his attor neys made a motion for a rltange ofl venue and filed affidavits or a num ber or people In support or same butt 1e court overruled theanotion and he case wont to trial Common wealths Attorney Ringo havIng arSrived tools charge or tho prosesttlou and made the opening state11lunt fort theCommonweath After quite ainumber or challenges upon the or the defense the following jury ruse n impaneled to hear the case n L patton W L Leach SS Icing Eric Fulkerson Ves Dickens J W IgsnilL L Embry JM Vincent Hardin HooverST Brown E E- Tinsley A very strong case hart been made out aginst Simpson and the trial to being concluded as we GO to press It is confidently expeclod by the attorneys for the Commontvenith In that a verdict will be reached this time The farmer trialresulted lil hung jury Both these cases hays been stubbornly fought on both aides hntf onslcierable 41appolntntn bas c y been expressed over the result or the trial or Beard against whom a clear case or murder was made out and It vas expected that he would go to the electric chair The special form whl adjourn this afternoon or tomorrow morning eStill After Olliver Hapkittsiille ICy July 11111 ton Oliver one or the chief twitnes- iii the trtali Qr allEged nIght ride rs Is still indanger of being killed according to repots reeehed her froll1 soldims who are guarding Oily night and Clay at his home In the L- er masco precinct or Lyon county Ihe militiamen Tececd Information that few nights ago a lady of arm d 1and maskN man started for Oliver home md Were prevented In their purpose try Inublllty to ford a ire m which had become swollen from t heavy raitvs ntThe soldiers have renewed theIr vigilance and say that they will f amply capable of protecting Oliver from the tergeancc of the baud ONE DOLLAR WNEAe Daviess Cuunty Footers of Wheat Crop Get What They Ask Th meee lnl or the Daviess Coun r WhEat Growers association whileh was adjourned or frrnu Ionda at- ternoom concluded Its York yeterda morning after closing a deLI wit Ballard and Ballard or Loubvllle- weherebr that first wl1 take 45000 bushels or Dale s couns wheat atI I per bushel and furnish all sacks free accepting the wheat at allI points on the rallroJdIThe firm of J V Bumpwr aud CrmlI pang elf West Loulsvltl Is to flkeI 5000 bushels at 1 All this way In the pool and negotiations rorI the sale have been pndlrg for soy- prat days As soon ns the deal was closed Ballard and Ballard announced drop or two cents on the bushel att are now offering only 98 cents The Owenslroro ntlilers are otterlng 1 per busheland advance of 3 Cent since Monday afternoon end 10 cent since Saturday Thonght Husband Was a Burglar Pltt burg Pa July 111 shot 1f1le hUSband because I thought he was a burglar and I would do It again under sImilar circumstances Men who stay out late at afgL t should answer promptly when their wives call whos thorny Every woman should know how t handle a gun Dry husband insisiad o me learning to do so and I am no sorry that I was taUght to be a good markswoman I am sorry I shot my husband but carrIed out hiar Instructions I did alt he told ono and he 1s glad that did This Is Mrs J T Burnsn advice 10 women Mrs Burns shot her hwband- In the arm at their home on 9fcYher SOn Boulevard last night mlltaklng him for a burglar He will rtcoVer Bishops to Sue for Control of University Nashvllle Tenn July 12The dot terencea Low een the board or tustee of Vauderbtlt Unireraity and the Col oge of Bishops of the lleiliodhJt Elts- co 11 I Church South over the con rol or the unhOTtlty will W thresh ed out In the court Such Is thetnean Ill of oho actlbn or the bishops in nu e ion here today Wlth nlshuJJS a l1greLmbuth and l1md1x absent he college or nJshOls rejected the dea or any oornprantlse QUit named committee with II shop Collis Deny as chairman to call1Y out an agreed on programm of a lllwsuU Bishop Hendrix WhO is president of tithe 1oardo trustees or Vanderbilt pal versify attended the Horning snvrlou- of the bIshops and opposed the plan which was adoped at the afternoon aessiouat which ho was not pleat BtJhopl dtlgaro and LalIUbutb are nOl the city Detailsof t planted Ittiatipn were not unadle nubile but a E atement- rain the l Of B1gLops on its action is etcpoctgtLto betatadelpiibitct- 0p1ar10w t I fJ EMBEZZLED BANK FUNDS toI Uses Money Belonging Fidelity Trust Co Gambled in Stock With Rest arDisasterous to Employees and Himself LoultI11 K July 11StOCk gambling told speculation Is said t have ben the direct cause or the or- he rest tills aPernoun oC August llapk bookkeeper and assunt secretary of the Fidelity Truitt company on eelthargect embezzling the butk s fusels It ill authoritatively sate d hOlwever ht though the chrag- agalust u hint in the affidavit Is for onl- t0T0 + till amount or the hsuk- shortagy will be many lutes tha- amount Ropke was arrested at 10o- clcck In room 30l It the Gal house whero lie had spent the has two days In couipauy with two de teethes Hu itas been under Clots s1fell1nce for the past ten days The warrant tor his arrest WaS sworn out by lohn W Barr Jr president cr the bank who ntn5 ac companlcd by Norton Guidetnlh the banks attorney Ropko was resented lu the po lice COurt before Acting Judg a 25htq made and ROIk was taken u Jail The trrocific charge in the aWdart thAt August Ropke made m falle entry jn a book owned and belonging the Fldellty True crmtpany nslt1 the felonious turd malicious latent of cheating Iud defrauding said con any Ropke who has been tn the om play of the Fidelity hurt compan as n cltrl and ookkeeJler for th vaS eighteen years L au sou of the late John H Rpk u former dlrec bankdw o yearn ago The elder Repke wa In his time one of the coding German citizen knownsI 1heas a mall or reponsihllHy The mother has lIeoenI dead about five years Ropke resides at 1432 lIPhurn where le has a wIfe and or- son a about fifteen years of age lie also has two brothers Will Ropk- and John Ropke 1t7tat became or dho nosey whtd- Mr Ropko Is charged with taking Xo one for a moment entertains an- I Idea that he hrs mr appreciable mount or jt now practically every ol1e saga it must have been lost In speculation and In this connection here are reports that he has tor a periodof lire or six Sars ben one ot the heaviest spoculatora In the city It is said that ho hasi not only specula ad lu local bonds buthl13 speculate heavily In New YorktHe traded through several broker age houses and also through three 01 or tour bucket shops It i t Bad the 1- 1commhs1ans cn his buslne3 at 12 12 cents a share have been running he- weeu 25000 and 35000 a year Orders fur 1000 shares It Is sold were frequently executed for hum It teems that he dlstrllmlttl his butsi mess 1n such a tray that tho houses handling It never had occaslmt to think lea was over rading It Is said he kept Ilill margins up One phase or his speculations avas- to G whittuw the bucket shops As eXIJllple Jot is slid he would sal thousand shares or Bcoflimeg 11 etui thousand shares in a bucket shay na tho quQtnton at the time of of the order IiI would then place an order with a legIUn11ie broker to sell tile New York stock exchange the soma siuckl00ntmres nt a time un A l the stuck dEclined n point or I Isbuckettint and buy back the stuck sold In Now York or course this plan dud of not saws Work suoctl31 fuU but t- ls saId tnatit corked more often than It dId not and that it mas sO uccessful that tho bttcltd a9rppe ceased taking hla otvfar- sIt iii was stated roy one man today that RUIke saM to have Wall be wee iu 100006 and 200000 la sperulatlon mat year DUCIng t flurry last January the gOELj1r3 ROIlke dropiwd 125000 rOt on his own funds and thou of the trutC- Ol1lllln ore suM to have been Iit as a result or his mttl1liItUlatlon but largely those of ralsJva Home Made Aeroplane lIopkntiolIle ICy July 12 Former hlllg Charles O PrA stlt a flying and ctITlng clllult of h recently completed monoplane Pulled by Counciltuun Hancc Higgins automobile at a ajred twenty miles tin hour the auachit td In which Judge Prow= a toss saatc- u left ills ground and tirta lrld by a rope It called five feet in the alr until struck by It goat ct wind swats It decended hretrkiug a suptrutt- c or athe wheeoi TiltS can eautly ttJ r paired All enslne for the monoplme hul- thttn ordered and wbell It Is Itt ml- y I uc Jude prow3is canfld tit I1r- i nuaking stuccessfUl flights He hi- p eonally built his urtchlna und has applied for patents on his h1- 1l1llng aparatus- t Jude lrUW5t1 had several conferI nt es llt Xal1lIIe 1celul wit11 Charles K Hamilton the aL1tol who mmICeited L dotI luAmt the Hopklusville niana exparlntent SORRY HE DIDNT SEE IT Minister Is In Favor of Priz Fight and Moving Pictures A special to the Ciminn ti En qulrer from tMinnenpalla sty RtJ t G L 3Iurr11 pascr of tlte Peoplt S hies Ill upon the sermon tapir lYh Jfffrlcoi La treating his noneI theme from hi standpoint or tllo sllOJen writer Jlsn said the pastor He L too old an has sewn out of the ganteoo longy Ihtd a lire or luxury during s period or noufighting soli that dida 1ntt help him Then again he wa surrounded by a hUI1h of fool tralnters who dd not give him th91IlO Ia massetug him thin In giving hllll the rlgh Anothertreason Is taco hatred Wa1 so anxious to win fount tile Llac matt loafed him to t tgorousy that he teuldnt do hintsclf jUstice Cor rear that he would leas Mr Morrill declared flaay that he was In favor or pugilism lie said he bellcd in It as a manly spart- tenrdng to bring out many of life Nee things In human beings I wsh that I could see the fight pictures he said I couldnt se I1ghl but I do not think It loi right for any Governor or any May o stop tote presentation uP the ictures Raw Mr Merrill vlsltcd with bOth Jefrrlcs and Johnson when they steri hero on then riaal tours before th right lie wanted Jlffrh to win During the progress of his setvttau this morning his congregatIon so Car forgot cluttiltly custom as tu 11- 1lilallli R tile pasar Dr O P Comes to Life in Alabama Birmingham Ala July 12The Alabama Republican convrntlon here tonight s nctntna ed a full list of candl- th es for State offices except Justlc the yapiemo Court The ticket i- shatdedhyJ O Thompson for Gov- ernorx for Lieut Governor G O- CltenHultr Treasurer J F Suterer th- ttorney General Alex C Bitch Au dltor John B Shlulds Secretary of Thomas Bingham The plat endorseS the Chicago National platform praises the alntlntatrtttan President Taft and warmly Wel- Comes To hack to American shoos Theo dare Roosevelt On Statelsmllfa ctsmpromee on the question Is Jnserted endors- g life action of the DloatgomerYcon my ftrence and fnvorfng repeal dC ate- ttteeebt l wiit they are round unsat- istactory r VICTIMI OF MAD MOB Kentucky Boy Hanged bra Gang of Toughs Was Attempting to Aid Anti Sa taloon League at New kark Ohio Newark 0 July 9Carl Ether Intoa aged twentytwo years employed Thursday night tJy the Staten Antt Saloon League tll a blind tiger raider was lynched hero at 1035 tonight following aday ot almost continuous rioting The heavy doors or the Licking county jail were battered down and Etherttgton dragged from his cells He was shot kicked and bruised he tare the street was reached and his finish followed quickly l tlterington early In the evening confessed he killed William Howard In n sculile at 130 this afternoon When the news that Howard had ttdied came at 9 oclock the fury of the mob took definite form Large battering rams were directed upon the doors or the jail and the doors fell after near an hours attack Crying plteously Etherington a curleyheaded Kentuckian was drag gee forth I did trot mean to do It he walled earseasked Adjutant General Weybrecht for troops to protect the six other dry Talders held In tile city prison In an- othersecUcin or the town A hurtled guard was thrown out in their defense Thd mob after the first taste ot blood seemed to quite Ethertagtoas last moments while he heard the mob battering down the doors were spent In praying and- Y wrIting a note to his parents farmers residing near Willis burg Ky will mother say when she IWhatthis he kept moaningr lontUits Son 10Thedthe oung AntiSaloon League detective who was lynched by a mob nt New Ohio armed to thus city at 426- s oclock tonight Hartwell Ethering father of the murdered boy was the station and after the coffin warringtone loop at the taco or the dead youth declared It to be his son and ThekIngton home near Wlllisburg Changes to be Made at Eddyville and Frankfort Frankfort Ky July 11At the meeting ot the prison commlssiou 111 August there will lie a number of shakeups In the officials of the Frankfort and EddlIIe Penltllt1lI The terns of Dr Joseph SterLU chaplain or the prison In thlsbttyss lll- expire July 31 and It tf undtJitood that Walter Z 1rtrland brother of Graham Vreeland and John Vreeland will land the place Dr Joseph nwr who is the physician at the Frmkfort andewill be succeeded by Dr 11 H Jiag gard of Ashland At the Eddyv911e penitentiary Dr H Moss ut Ilodgeawiile will alts- cetl Dr John A Watkin as phyvlotau Watkins goes to HOllklnsv1l1e where he will betomo tlsslsaut pity slelan at the Central Asylum Dr 1losa was a nwntler of lire H1O genJ111 as- embly and established himself an en Iable reputation Ha Is oUe or the lee lag doctors and dngglsts ot that BJe lion of the State Dr Barr has been one or the most painstaking physicians who ever held e place at the lIenltcntJal here and the can fetd tiro sorry to see him go- ror he has not only ben their physician but lately friend r Your Taxes the Tax Payers of Ohio County I have received my tax books for 1910 and am now road to ssoorecetpta And trust that you will not wall to be SEen by myself or one of deputies but r111 Dome forward arid tittle s early asDosstblay eiutln T Ha LACK s O C xI a 1 I r iI4 f II f ALL ABOARD FOR THE GR EAT 1opkiristJI Madisonvill Special Train Leaves Hartford Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday July 20 21 22 23 arrives 25c Train leaves Hartford daily at 830 a m arrives Madisonville 10 a m returning leaves Madisonville 545 p m round trip plusOne Hartford fare 715 pm A fine days outing and the whole day at the Fair See the Great Western Kentucky Derby Wednesday July 20 SPEECH BY SENATOR WILLIAM 0 BRADLEY Memorial Day Address Deliver ed at Arlington on May 30 This foettttlfut and Impressive ser vice should not te characterized alone by sadness It Is Indocd a sad thought that we are surrounded by tho graves of 90 many brave men who died thai our country imlgbt live Nevertheless we rejoice that ft y did not die in vain Nor ds this the time or place to InOulge In blS rness or irate Such feelings have long since ibe n consigned ito oblivion by all patflajc Amercans if there ba one who fought for the union or sympathized with the cause or if there bj one who fought or sympathized wlili hoc who fought against It who hoa not forgotten the artliurnluss ol rspeab acv or Illwill against his biutJer lIe imrris the ana hAmS of maakld should rwcolvo DlyUie iplty and W born again The war having ended nearly halt a century ago for the iiiatiuoslcn of the rising generation ft its ajiprojirl atto to rofer to the causes without en tertog unto their dtecusUou fur tiny have been scftlod forever by dw sword These cau s were a differ era in cone iltuWocal cantrucfllon and tine coateajlon concerning the jus tice of slavery The overwhelming majority or the white People of lie South owned tilavts or sympathized iv tih thoO who did and believed the insarutlon to be just and ilgfcl They bettered also that the States werv the sourceof all power could rlgjbt fu2y control too nation and might resist i1 even to the extent of with drawing from It sHapily iltt my State tree lived a statesman who differed from the fctffe maJqiJty of the grout tate nen of the Soxvii Honry Clay who many yours befona ha taught the peopk of Kentucky that they owed thelr lira duty to the Notion and itholr nu o 4o the State consequerrly when toe sui roaio moiueu arplvtd e State of Kentucky true to his tea cWnjs loyally stood brtl1 Unjon ceaftribuilng mare itlin 86000 of her sore ito the Union arm- Let no iiwi qty that the people of tee South were actuated by n de t11o to delTcy farts oouDjy purely from niriUco or wickedness tor tt h not true We but do tjem yiniplt jutitteo when we say thai they he Uwtd In itttvclitogs of their statesmen while those who opposed then belkvod in the torching of theirs Thte differences of opinion atone WT the occasion of the bloodle war In all hUVory a war wlicxe tpath way was marked by the gitives trf doaid heroes and the brokne hearts of ttelr wddoM3 and H title ones And het that war was a supreme bless itg We never could have eeflJed the OJ roeny except by the sword and now it Is settled forever ind no man but nn oaemy to bis coup tryV peace and welfare will ever 01 tow to uns itle the fact that Ithia MaWcn is Bovorelon and that no Stait can withdraw from K wlhtout its consent Nor will any sane hon est or patriotic man ever attempt to again place the blot of slavery up- On the American flag And the Sl an ishAm r Jan mar too was a blsss spas to our country because when the WorM of Grant and Lee no long er Jashcd over contending hosts buss roniiwed tflielr blending light beneath the old flag tho whole world know that while the swords of our country nicn were tUousands their bosoms Were one Nothing can be gained by calMnt5 the nnimiositdfts or the PWHTbls ia our home ithls s our country and if we are to eifoceed we must Mve as broUiera and cultivate mice I am nort here to revile the boldlers who taught on tho other gldeIbut on the contrary I concede that their bravery and prowess en Cite them to ho odrnirMtion nf man Jciwf They fought tor rwhdt itfcey believed to bo right we auglrt for what was night It can not be ipoa aiblo today that any pane man doubts that those who In itftelr allcnt cham bers surround as battled for the rfeiitt JVs we contemplate lite great noun N try Its network of railroads telegraph and telephone lines its great cables laid through the chainlet wa ters of the mighty deep across iwhloh flashes massages from every country of the world when we appreciate that the UnKod States ds the host wonderful narfoni of itlw earth the workshop and granary of the world when wq sew our ibroad fields ofwav ing groins our almost endl cs oanpet Ing of grass and foliage ilftlng their rich fruit offerings unto God 03 we behold our fag waving In the distant Philippines and Hawaii carrying with tit rellffloa moraUy and education as we soe it owing from the an cient buCSljments of Porto Ulcoand but a shout wKle ago saw dt waving Wurophoaitly from the aacleRt wall of China when we behold our splen dId nary riding the waves of every sei arAl our country with all Its pow er at psace with all the world what marnir of mm must he be who would say that the settlement of tlia conteH was not right Oiu the battlefield of ChlclfMnauga stands a monument erected by the State of Kentucky The commission conferred the very great honor of ee led ll1g from a m wge delivered by me as governor the Inscription on that nwyntn t You will pardon me for reidiug it for I ellvee It opltom Izca the feeling of every libertylov ing American citizen Ai we aw united dn lute and they are united in death let one monu ment perpetuate their deeds and one people forgetful of all aiperltiles for ever hold in grateful remembrance all the glories of that tterrlble con fPu whcih made ate men free and preserved every star on tie Nations flag ITo the brave soldiers who saved tte Union this country owes a debt of Imperishable gratitude Whenever I hear complaint of the pensions which these men are drawing my mild Gravels back to tbe full rtfiU zalton of all the suffering they en dured and I can not refrain from feefcng a supreme coat aspt for him who u en it I hive seen wlh pailn that many old solders and soldLere widows are belns turned out of the gawrrrment service In order U economize ejqpen sea This semi nothing shoiit ol base ilugratllude Tese widows gave their hudbaadi to the Nation the old vitwa gave th lr service an risked their live for it and now th Noiiloa tha1 they have saved s to have forgotten them Well might they exclaim had they ibuit served thou God as faithfully as ttey have served tIw1r oouatrythey would not be thus abandoned iln their old use Had tt not been for them It is Pos amble even Probable thatt we would not hive Buy government depart rent In a Swu town fenced with iron and prdected by stone stands an anclett lime three Ask the hurfuble oltlzen what It istgnilfles and he will proudly naswer It da the Nxtlona monumen That trot carries u back more than four hundred yearn to the day when the liberties oJ Switzerland were staked on the bloody field of Moral After the iln vadlng French legions had been defeated a wounded solder ran tu pro clam the glad tidings to his country men On the way he asalsiUid him self in climbing the mountain and forilug the stream with a staff cut from a lime tree that stood near the battlefield On reaching the town exhausted and coveied with blood le sank to the earth and shouting the staff was taken from lull hand and plaiYeal Rpon the spot where It- JQn grow iro a beautiful tree and through whole foltage the wluds for tour bunded years have been sing tog Victory On tikis duty we should realize that every soldiers grave Is the Nation m unwnt Around them for nearly half a cenury pawing wirji have been elnglug rot ry NotVinVvlc tort of conquest but a vlctQ hlt Is marked by kindness oat+ Nrl1lve tiers vrhilch saved the life of the gTendoti and bOlt naiilon tie world has over known We rejoice Snot bathe death of ithoee who opposed us but we do rejoice In the duatlr of 1 heir cause with one hand redraw the mantel of forgetfulaeBs over tho mistakes and bitterness of the past while with the other we hold aloft the BWrgemned flag of the Ropub lic which we tmtt shall wave in glory until the leavens shall be I rolled tO3ther as a scroll and Wie earth shall melt with fervent heat j History records that Hamllcar ac campanled his son Hannibal rwhen a I youth into the temple and had him take an oath of hate to Rome And the pages of ihlrtory tell the fidelity with which that oath was kept On this day in each year our children should assemble around these graves and register an oath nOt of hate but of loyalty to our Institutions an oath to preserve the Union of the State an oath to protect the liber ties of the people and the constitu tion wholh was conceived in to much wisdom and parlotlsm and has sheen baptized and rebaptized In the blood of so many relatives suns Today we remember with pilde the matchless gervlcp of Oran Sherman Sheridan and Thomas and their grint armies which shcok the earth with their martial tread while their banners darkened the sky Many of theM bravo men have passed and many are passing away it is esti mated phat mare than 1DO of them are dying between each rising and setting sun The Burrfvors and the widows of those who are dead are the wards of the Republic and should be remora bered with an unsparing hand While so many have died and are dying their service o this country can never die As long as the Potomac 5WUT3 Its waeis In the baas long as these firm huts shall stand as tong as these giuv s are watered by the clouds mantled by the snows and glided by sunshine just BO long will the name and fame of these heroes live and hdr sacri fices be unforgotten Flowers are the reflecUon of Gods smiles Whether they adorn the brow of the beautiful nod their heads on the hill tops or nestle in the valleys they have a language peculiar to themselves In this ser vice they are used to honor the mem ories and emphasize the actions of the dead soldiers of the Grand Army of the Republic Hence they speak with myriad tongues They ten us of the white wings that shields the soldiers from the storm the bustling camp the weary miroh the surging notes of the bugle the furious charge the table of musketry the roar of cannon the groans of the wounded the pangs of defeat the shouts or victory They tell us of the suffer Ins3 of widows and orphans the calm quIOi of the grave and the peopledreglsalter the conflict had ended and mel ted luck into civil life as the bil lows melted into the sea WUh ton der handstand loving lieartdwe strew them above the hallowed Just of our heroes Today I would weave a gar land of roes and forgetmenots for the graves of the Union oud one of lilies and myrtle for tbe graves of the confederate dead Upon the lat InoorlbeI a of the ani we place these blossoms above those who bravely tosbe right and for the Republic as they thought It was While on the former I would In scribe In loving remembrance of those who fought for a cause that iwas right and for the nation as It Iw In all mete national cemeteries are graves upon whose tablets are in sorlbed the sad and patlfoKeally alga nificant word Unknown Such a monument Ji erected In this cometery more than 20000 soldiers buried lover common grave For these our feelings are peculiarly ender They left kappy home and weeping wives or mothers who have never known their laiit resting place Even sow ofttlmos do the ittllneas of the night tears are shod for thwe noble dead and many a wife or mother longs For the touch of a vanish hand And the sound of a voke that tisflilll Somo yeans in a secluded spot In a Kenuckycemetery I observed a grave on the headstone of which was rudely carved A federal oWer An a1ediaY was kneeling by jt seemingly eergageU in silent prayer Whim she arose she placed a wreath of flowers DU the grave and turned to depart Attrac I ted by her action and kind motherly face i asked Is that the grave of your eon With tears coursing downr with ered cheeks she reGponded No any boy was confederate sot dler and Aled in a northern prison- I was unable to bring hts remains home ant he elifa among iStatigea rofI IlS 1 o tJI r On every Decoration Day a sa mother who has a soldier son ntedI ing somewhere In an unknown Inn southern soil places flowers on the grave of mytloyiThen pointing to the little mound on which she hd placed the wreath she amid It may be her boy Is burled there and as long as God gives me strengths I shall come every Decoration Diiy and place flowers on that grave Alas Alas these dead are un known hogs but we Indulge In the hope that they are not unknown up yonder that there loved ones shall clasr their hands on the other shore For oh If there be on their earthly sphertl A boon on offering heaven bold dear TIs the last llbatlob liberty draws From the heart that bloods and breaks in her cause The steps of time old veterans are feeble and slow rhdr locks are white their eyes are dim but to them how beautiful must be the picture of Americans present greatness Itisfhe star of freedom in the west It sheds Its light throughout the whole World it shines on every ocean wave illumines every mountain crag spreads over every smiling and restful valley and Is an inspiration to the oppressed of every land These veterans preserved this asylum of ihe free Let us thank them not from our Hps alone but from our hearts Let us thank not alone with words but by oath When the coun try needed them they found a sword and now that they need the country let it find for thorn a home Sometimes we are criticised for dying the flag Such a criticism is unjust Too much can not be said about It for it is loved by all it Is she emblem of the nations histo ry Its gradeur and its power It borrows its colors from the sky Its red symbolizes the blocd of ipitri os living and dead frcm the war of the Revolution to 1910 from Bunker Hill to San Juan Hill and from the lake Erie to Santiago and manila bays its blue represents the uni form of the nations heroes Its white the purity of our dnMcutlons its stars the great states of our glorious Union firmly set In the firmament of freedom It was lie flag of Wash ington Paul Josses Jackson Perry Scott and Grant It is now the flag of every citizen of the Republic It carries no badge of slavery no stain of dishonor On land or sea at home in Korea in the Philippines In Porto Rico in the Hawaiian isl ands and on the frowning walls of China 4t Las been borne In triumph and in honor It is the symbol of prosperity liberty and place It is lifted up for the healing of lake nu dons as was the brazen serpent lifted up in the wdldernness Oh the flag the flag we gaze up on with a pride nnd patriotic emo Son akin to adoration we press itto our bosoms with fervont affection it was the flag of our fathers It is the flog of itthelr sons It shall lw the flag of those who come after us un UI He who layeth thh beams of His chambers Jh the waters and rldeh on the wings cf the winds shall sound the last note of recorded time Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Lovers Should not be too Sure ORe of the first rulers taught by ex perience and knowledge of the World la that nothing over comes up ito our expectation itftijnefioro tt ia a sound maxim to say Dont expect too much says the St Louts Stew In business in amusements in so cal life iDhila rule applfeebut K da In affairs at the hart tblitJIBmost potent significance fa made rifestSome i eaplo say though awe are none of us ready to accept this un romantlc theory that love marriages are often less successful than those which are enered into without any paaeton on either side To this we cannot entirely agree but nevertheless It is an undeniable fact that at Ih1re end of ten years the couple who uoltdd tbeltV lives on a Foodteound basis of affection con genial tastes and oamra6 are muj1uallyardent Jdyll culled from tile roges of SOme romantic novetaj I 1 The Death and Funeral of George Washington Through the klndnees of the proprietor of the Poughkeepalo museum N Y wo have been put ittpoaselssion of the following Interesting account of the doa h and funeral of our lent- President who dletf Dacemter 14th 1799 Tho article appeared In Uw i Poughke ixde Journal of the date of February 31 1799 a cqpy of which was kindly shown uo by the gentle man mentioned The Journal was then published in PoughkeapaJe by Powers Soutbwlck at ti Postof Ice FUNERAL OF GEN WASHINGTON GoorEO Town Dec 20 1799 On Wednesday last the mortal greatUtetathI solemn Impacts and funeral pomp A multitude of persons assembled from many miles round at Mount VeT non the choice abode and last resi dence of the Illustrious chief There were the groves the spacious avenues tthe beauMtful and mbllme scenes ithe noble mansion but alas toe august inhabitant was now no more That great soul was gone ills mortal part was there indeed but ah how affect- Ing how awful the spectacle of such worth and greatness thus to mortal eyes fallenYeltallen fallen In the long and lofty portico where oft the hero walked in all bis glory now lay the shrouded corpse The counteuace still composed and serene seemed to express the dignity of the spirit which lately dwelt in tbatt llfclefs form There those who paid the last honors to the benefac tor of Us country ook aa Impressive a farewell view On the ornament at tho head of the coffin was inscribed Surge ud judi cum about the middle of the coffin Glori a Deo and on the silver plate General George Washington departed this life on the lib of Dec 1799 Act 8- Between three and four oclock the sound of artillery from a vessel Iithe river firing minute guns awoke afresh our solemn sorrow tne corps was moved the band of mmta wrlth mournful melody melted the soul into all the tenderness of woe When the procession had arrived at the bottom of the elevated lawn on the banks of the Potomac where the family vault is placed the cavalry halt ed the Infantry marched towards the Mound and formed their linesthe clergy and the Masonic brothers and citizens descended to the vault and trod uneralserlce of the church iwas performed The firing was repeated from the vessels in the river and the sounds echoed from the woods and hills around Three general discharges by the in fantry the cavalry and one piece of artillery which lined the banks of the Potomac back of the vault paid the last tribute of reapeot to the entombed CammanderlnChief of the armies of the UniteecT States and to the venerable departed hero The sun was nqw stung Alas the son ofcalory was sot forever No rha name of Washington tbe American President and GeneralwlU triumph over death the unclouded brightness of his glory will illuminate future ages 9 The number of the Journal from which the writer baa copied Obaabove Is draped in the deopait mourning prewrvod its fifteenth volume whcu would make its commencement date back to tho year 1JS4 a v Puzzled Tommyr Pa said Tommy tray Sunday school teacher says if Im good Ill go to heaven Well what about it1 said his pa Well you uhf W I oGS good Id go to the clreiw Now I want to know whos fibbing you or herWul Lrippincotts The Louisville Tim FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER LOtrFhe regular price of THE VILLE TIMES is 5 a year v If you will send your order to us you can get The- HARTFORD REPU lICA- HLOUISVILLE I AND THE TIMES IBQTH ONE YEAR 450IBest Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere I Has the best crops of correspondI entsCovers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news field completelyHas best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics butfafr to everybodySend Your Subscription Right Away To this papernot to The Louisville Times Jf Why NotIRead The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Editor WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTFORD REPUBliCAN AND THE Weekl- yCourierJournal 50Year d We can also give liberal combina tion rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal Write CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscrip tion order to this paper NOT to the CourierJournal i WHAT IS WRONG i J IWithour = I = Public Schools = Jt By JOSEPH M ROGERS 1 Jt4Vt IJ b1lto Teackers f II = IADDRESS i b1 iLipplncott Magazine Philadelphia r I = IR fnw ml r r It i nr s =mss n- I SOUTH HAS MONEY SAYS jSO ITSELF And Adds That It Knows How to Tape Care a r of 1t- Fltteem years ago tbe south was a oobor tafOnlunity The greater part ot Its area was cOvred bY llUorfgngES The adters labored front seaaroir to fleISDn lwadt the baro expectancy of meeting the interest ou ferUltzer notes 4Tho bulk of the cotton coop Was tn Ule form uf raw material and at proes that barlely cared the cast ot produc4011J without allowance for interest or profit Such capital as was needd tor 1m- procm ntH or developments et any kind had naturally to besupplled tom outside WUfcsSuch capital as the South had accumulattlll1y Us own etbrta was needed to carryon Ordinary course of bUSlnl63 Even the und necrnary to move the oo on crop Were kulgely borrowed In Now York City jnd all Southern banks YoCre hUge dubtoas at certain seasons ot the year WiJth the return of general pros perity after the deplrese1on of 1815 Ute South entered upon a now etd- ot Ind15trlal and tiulndal develop meat First caste the cotton mills 4rjn the Carolinas waylaying tlhe white- ytaPle on Its journey northward and making it dnto Yarn and cloth for the worlds consUIIlption- Alabamals Iron and Coal were next opened tip and a new Pittsburgu- rOkO In that state Gradually the South began to be lets and less dependent on the reSt ode world first Cor manufactured products and then for accumulated capital Ndt until tote yank ot 1907 how ever waS the extent of the Souths i nanclal independence made manifest WhIle Southern Jndustrles were more or Iess affected by that stringency and roine Southern banks collapsed under the strain Yet the whotworld viewed with amazement the eamparative ease with which our people weathered the storm With New York City III Uhe grip of n money famine such as a genettlon lad not witnessed the South wentaer- enely ahead raising cotton and pay ng oft her ntortaagges in grenbacks At tile first Intimation of rMirningpros parity tSouthern States mere flst to feel the returning tide All of this Is a matter of common knowledge Wfiat the average man who Is not in the lnaestmeat bush Ie1l3 dOES not know that there Is now more money In the South seeking Proltabloe dnvestmenis than In any other part ot tete United States in proportion to population that this money Is not only bong uSed for development of home enterprises but Is even seeking an outlet ix the North and West 100 Reward 100 The Traders of this paper will be pleased to learn thalt there is at deast one rcader that science has been Oble to cure in all its stniIs and that is Catarrh Halls Cutarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medlrol fraternity Caturr11 being a- constitutionald4sease requires a con sttnrtlonal treatment Ialls Catarrh CUTe Is taken interrnally acting di- reO1y upon the blood and mucous fur face of the system thereby destroy Ing the foundation ot the disease and giving the platlent strength by iMld- Ing up the eonsidtutiop and assikttng nature in doing Its work ere pro tmleotOris have so mush faith in Its cur ntiiVe powere that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of teetlmo ndalsAddree F J Cheney Coy To ledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Hails Family pmS for con oHpaton m A Loyal Senator When William O Bradley wentfo tale Sennato from KentuckY the Herald predicted that the Interests of thIs Stare would be taken care of with con trtallt and vigilant attention Senator Bradley has served in two sesalonSdate special tariff session and that which has just ended Md the predolou we mode bus been amply vertIded While Bradley went tothe u a novice In that great senBtol five bOdyhe went With tho exiperleace Of years In the politlcal arena and the splendid advantage of a reputaUon us an of unusual power He was welcomed ns a man who had distinguished himself In the councils Of his party and who had succeeded In breOkiaa through the I 4eCeM8S of a stmag pollUcll machine that sought to bar hls way to- the Senate Osue he lad donned the toSand a Dili teatla true eriaGorlat I tJ s T rev chamber Senator llradteY cet himself to the task of upholding the ra- dttiona of his Stute and securlng for her people trrcepectlve of patvbyahat ever advuntages might giloperly be obtained in the course ot legislation Always a Republican with t dEcld- td aympaiby for regulatty tllia Senator bas notheen blindly tortdsun In his attitude A nottible instance at bps breadth wan the succeu heFCe- rd dm eX1endlng the time wherein Confederate veterans could make claim for property rostra during the war Unanimous consent wvaiequited for Jnlroducbng thss rcaotutuon and Senator Heyburn of Idaho was strenuously opposed tott But lino Ken tucky Senator waited this tdme and stole a march on h n Idaho colleague whole thekttttr was temporarily out of the chamber senIntoran increase In the duty On hemp one of KentuckYs bggetrt products and a tax of 2 prcr ton on iinprured fluor spar an Inrportttnt KentuckY mineral These 3i hut two exumples of the effective dforts of Senator Bradley In scores o tier UE he has been lnstrumenrll ln advancing ustful- leglslatkn and prctectdng the Inter ests ot his constituents IDs record is an extraordinary one for a new Senator and can be attrl- butcd only to the fact that Ms cal leagues recognized In film lit once u man of nnusual ability and gave htni the place whIch force of Intellect and character naturally demanded The herald does not nhvas see eye to eye with Senator Bradley We are a llptle less regular that he but this does not obscure the fact for us that he has given good servIce to Kentucky and to the Nation and deserves the gratitude and support of his constituentsLouisville Herald I Saved at Deaths Door I The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W Ayers ot I Transit Bridge N Y when Ms meI Wl wonderfully Sowed I1Hdreadful condition he writes my skin was amot yellow eyes sunken tomgu coated emaCated from losing 40 pounds growdng rleake daily VIr- ulent liver trouble ulling me down w deailh In spite of dOCtors Then that matchless medicine Electric nit ters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and j strong FOr all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 50c lit all druggists m Resolutions of Respect Whereas sister Martha Igleheart wife of brother John Collins IgI heart aged 63 years died of pneumonia at her home near Smallhous June 8th 1910 Therefore lye It Resolved First by hr death her husband bas lost a loving companion and faithful helper- Second That the Smallhous Baptist church has lost one of its bet and rue t members One who was eVer ready to bur the cross of Our blessed Savior Third That the community hUB lost a loving neighbor and friend who was ever ready to promote the happiness and comfort of others We I ender our deepest eymnthy to brother Iglehemt and family and may they ever look co ourloving Fatherln HEaven for comfort and strength In time of sorrow and remember our logs is Heavens gain BapttistA11tS J C DIlAKl MSS ALTHA AD17tNTON Committee Making Life Safe Everywhere life Is WIng made more rater through the work of Dr Kings New Life PIUs in Constipation Bil- 1oueness Dytgiejisiu Indlgeg lon Liver troubles Kidney disease and Dowel dIsorders TlIeyro easy hut sure andl perfectly build up the nealth 25c at all druggists m Looks Like a Bad Bargain From August 1 1901 to March I 1910 folldwhg the 0Easzige of the PhmlJpln FreeTiado Tariff bill Imports front the Phllkpplnlas anlounterl to 12500 or nearly dotrbto the vulut In the preceeding nuns mQntbis The Increase wns madniytobacco and cigars The lnduatimgn to buhI pure Atnrtikvtn been ughrmms his deemeased oTJll1gI and a large nunxbar ol American tolbcco growers and cigar makers rove ip consequeno been piut out ot bushieSS True our expmrtu to the Phillippines have In I creased about GO per cert but flhat will hardly compen8ao for the heavy bores of AmerlC agriculture and UI- Ldonary It looks i trough our shtCY mini drove u bad Ijatpa Qwl1O1 they consen led to ex hoot hea7 land and labor products of t11e phtlotmlno Islands tor the btiksfibt Of the wLrusts and at theexpenaes of oUr own treo= pie t 01 lto ffi 0- 4i it RESIGNATION IS INVITED 1s Mason Seems Out of Har mony With Board of Equalization I G Mason of Adaini11e Logan county a member of the gte Board of Equalization Continued hs attack On Ms fellow Board membcr81rw e by uJaking an nlCidayit which nlleges that they increased the asst ssnrenta of certain counties arbitrarily Mr Muson attacked the Board lm- medlafely after ls adjournment thIs spring alleging that the raise were ue- ncxeiaurlly high He wasapraainted to the Board by Gov WUJon and hfs- wife is pos master at Adairville Jefferson county In wait is the- oty of Louisville was raised 15 per cent by the Board and the merchants manufacturers and property Owners there hoe sot up a btg howl They are using Mr Masons mlfldwit In an attempt to get rice nurse declared jJ legal Incidentally the Democrats and the Courier Journal are playing politics with Mr Masons affidavit and are tryhlg to show that the Board as ed questionably In making the raise The whole mutter resolves itself Into the question as to whether propery- is fairly assseed with I he radss ad- tkd and that Is a quc tton the court will settle Coy Wmson has asked for his lcs- InuUon as he seems to be out of harmony with the Board and determined to put it In a bud light before the public A BIhaRaging brings danger suffertllguft Ilffih to thonmnds who take colds coughs amid lalgtlppethnt teyror vl Winter and Spring Its danger signals are stufed up nostrils lower part of fOSC sore chills and level pale In back of head and a Uhroatgripgihtg cough Wben Grip ntlIckSt as you vtiue your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discoverg Onebat- Ue cured toe writer A L Dunn of Pine Valley Mss alter being laId uP three weeks war h Grip For sore lungs Hemorrhages Coughs colds Whooping Cough Bronchitis Asthma its supre4 e 50c 100 Guaranteed by all druggists m The Tariff on Hosiery The National Assocfatlon of Hocdery amid Underwear 3lnnufacturers nt heir recent meeUng In Philadelphia Lhten- ed to sonic leuttnclatton ot the Payne Aldrich Tariff law as an Itrdus4ry killing but revenue producing bill it was asserted that llusicry workmen in this country are engaged rat three quarter tame whlll the mills of Ger thatjimpolntions gntiSjlcg of hnportutlon bet out this fact While the Democraln and I Insurgents acre making un outcry uaar- the Tariff increased the duties un hQ I very yet the fuct Is that more Ger man hosiery Is impost ld than ewer before and a batter claw of goods at that with no Increase of price to the consumer The trouble cod ell the law Is that It does not give suff dent pro ttction to American products and that Is why the American workmen lire not given full tnlploymteat while imports Irwin Germany lord elsejwhere increase Chinaern Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Figure a Bit Smlih has ten cows that yield 6000 quarts a month This means that the average yield of each cow Is twenty quaartu a day Smith sells thIs milk to ClnclI1nall company at 4ks cents a quart This means that Smith gets 2jO monthly for his caws and that his pruftt Is the difference Iletwelxl that and the amount lie has to pay for expenses of all kinds This Cinuinnutl company sells this sanuy milk for 8 cenao IL quart getting 480 for avhtbt Smith getm 270 Th1snieans that Its profit Is the dif fatcnce bt4lw ffiI what It gets and the Stount It Paa Smith and fur ex p4it This cOmpatha8 plenty of capital and an upa0date pktnt wbtch mealll- that I t can handle and distribute milk woyIwhat mllk It is 210 monthly Say this company handles a imuch milk monthly as 100 Smiths Could fur nLBh soo multiply 210 byX100 and ib it have 21000 as the profit of thiS company less its operating expenses Aa inirynlen you know whata man andraateagtcan da4J YOU 1 i v- l know the COst of feed yo know the raJte of wages etc Sum Ii all up ands roWll find that the amount will bebelow 21000 Youll find It w very much below- that youll renllze ut once that the Smluia are nol getttng a square deal andyoll lmnrcdiotely resolve to join yourfellow dairyman to compel a square del Shall the new price be 21 cents or only 20 cents a gall- onChlldran Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASS ORIA Report of the Condition of The CRUMWELL DEPOSIT BANK Doing bu mess at Main and Mulberry Street Town of cromwellCoun ty of Ohio State of Ken tucky al the clew ot BusIness on the 3Oth day oC- June1910 R SOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more en donserti or sureties 2523353 Real E ate Alol gages 20500 Call Loons un Col lateiit 00 Time latna on 00 U S Bonds 00 Other Stocks Bends Etc 00 2750S88 Due from National Banks I 00 Due from State Banks I and Bankers 00 Duo mill Trust Cam panles 00 Uuied Stated and NaUoilli1 Bank Notes 76300 Specie 106519 24231- 0Cheks and otllcn cash iem 75336 Exchange for Clear Dag House 00 7x13- 6Oterdratts cur e1 1500- 0Overdatts lunli cured 34100 50000 TaXes 14005 Current Expenses Paid 67412 Real bhtntd- Banking Iloirso GOOOO Other Real Estate 00 Furniture and Fixtures T 174055 other AiIis not Included und l any ot above heads 00 3032 Total 34 4 j LIABJLITIES Capital Stock paid In In cbth 1300000 Surplus Funds IG1747- UndhldEd Profits l4968G Fund to pay Taxes 14065 325495 Deposits subject to check on which In- erest Is not paid S9GOIt1- Depos is Suuject W cheek on which interest is pakl 00 Dmand Certificwea of lJetJQsI S on which lurerest Is 111111 00- Tiuoi CertltlutteG ot- D1IOiSitson which interest Is paid 555000 Bat + ings Deposits on which interest Is lid 00 Centfled Check IJl I 145102S Due National Banks 1OSO4J Due Sate Banks and Bankers 00 Due Trust Com Iranles 00 Cashiers Checks out standIng 00 Notes and Bills re- d4counted 00 Dills Payable 00 lOSOtfl axes due and un lvald 00 Dividend No1 9000tl Other IJ1trbllttles not Included under any of Ihe abOve heads 00 90000 Total 314575 State of Kentucky County of OhioSet- I J P Miller Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tte best of my knowledge amid belie J P 11IIEn Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thIs 8th day of July 1910 1V s TINSLEC 0 C C Dy C P A11IOS D C- Correct Attest T E COPPER W r TAYLOR J P MILLER 1l1f t1 Directors I The Kind You Rave Always Bought and Which has been In use for over 30 years has borne the signature or and has been made under his personal aupervision since Its Infancy a Allow no one to deeehe you In thill All Counterfeits Imitations and If Justasgood are but Experiments that triflo with trod endanger the health of Infants and ChlldrenExpcrIcnco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless snbstituto for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrlren and Wlnd Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constiptdioii and Flatulency It assImilates the Food regulates tIro Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaTllo Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSt2 he Signature of 7 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE 01Nlaea CCNNT TV e PUT STanT Newrua em nni 1 Save75ONEPUflCHASING FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only p25 The regular price is roo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us withtn five days after seeing it and telling us j where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 125 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready usei PRINCIPALI i l Z lvor Z BUSINESS COLLEGExtoranatae Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY t i WANTEDA RIDER AGENT end idea r district eshibitn to II12mple Latest ModdJlRnhJft bicycle furnished by us Our altnl trerywhere are moneyl3st N rill ull oJrlkuioJJ cud D umRiiuntilyourtcnveandapproveoftourIikcleryashipto allow TEN UH vulE TR1A1 during which time You may ride the bicycle ann put It to any test ou wish It you are then not perketly sati5ed tr do not wish to- i k the bicycle ship It back to uS1 ou u ll l It tul 1 I makeFACTORYto tai mlddlemn protits by beying direct of us and have the nunufactsuers guarantee behind your Ut sor IR1v a bicycle or a pairoi Oreefrom anytn t at rJielSher you receive our beautiful Catalogue an YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED + out models at the arm derJwf- i J fr31S we cau make you Ihl YM WesellthehighretendebicyrIeb rlasmaxsy costIdoable our prices Orderrdrled the day etite SECUNI1IAND lIlCCLtS We du not regukrly bundle second land bicycles but have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago rtair tore These we dear outusually at prien nnrlnr Irom huetlrted roller baraain lisls mails Irte regain rr- ds I COASTERBRAKESegmpment of all Iduds allwl tlJ araal retail yriasparo HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE PROOF s e Q- I 850 TIRES J1RQOUCEAN retai price olIhes liter l erair but Io isyroduce we will uzyauamm0laairforslsocashwithorderpssNO NAILS Tack or Glasa will not let the air out sixty thousand pairs void rut year Over two kuudrcd thouand pain now to use tsnvelgIa pedal qualat of rubber which uner become tnIDllbealrloeaaPentupouceortwiceinawholeeasouTheywelghnomorel otherbyUIDINOadvutllnjtpurpothe rider of only 480 pr r hlp Co o n on You do nol ay a cenl Ihem aa repreICnled 466apWrwitl alto a rash dlsoount of yperhtt t therrebymakiognthe price per pair If 01 rend FULL OASIS WITU OUDER You run so risk In- acudlll us au order u the be returned at OUR M If for anyreaoo they are nOIII1raClo eumlnaUon We are perfectl reilableandmoney MDt to ua II fau In a- bauk If you order a pair of these tires you fad that they will ride sailer run faster wear betteflast lon r look fuse than sa1 tire you have ever or ten atauy price We know you be so well pleated that when Jill want ia bicycle you win give II your order We want you to send uta trial order at once hnce thts remarkable tire olftt kind at any pticeuotll you send for a pair of IF YOU NEED TIRESuedgethorn Funtturrhoot tire Oft approval and trial at Ike apecial lntrtidudorv puce quoted above or write for ourblgTtre and Sundry Catstogue wb-kbdbas Dd quotes a saakea end kinds of tlrea at aboet ball the wain DO NOT WAIT 01 but apair write uta postal frost snyoeeDO pnrayonTHINK bleycteyoIetI we ara makieg II only costa a postal to team ererytkiag 11 1 4L MEAT CYCLE 10MA1Y iuLL- t t J l i F Hartford Republican Soured according to law at the Foitofflce 4 Hartford Kj u mall matter of tbt tetond d tl EDiTOR C M BARNETT TSS =FS02TS8- CombzlusQ 40- aouCh 317 2 FRIDAY JULY 15 We are in favor of direct primary Flaw but the expense should be borne by the state and not by the candidate thus giving Very man be he rich or poor an equal opportunity to have bra merits passed upon by the peo lIeIHartlordfree trade tonic that Is now affect fog the country Docs the Herald de tire that Uncle Sam should be glen a full dose It will put him o tleep for all time o come i M the Hartford Herald Teenybe sieves that the payneAldriOge tariff Is the cause of high prices we ask I it to submit to the farmers of Ohio county a schedule of articles produced on the farm which Its party proposes by a new tariff act to reduce in order to make living cheaper It Is aI well known fact thor almost every ar t title which enters into everyday con jumption is furnished directly or has its origin on the sum The Herald cannot blow hot and cold at the some j time It cannot appeal to the labor i ing wan who Works tot days wages to support a Democratic tariff which Jil reduce meat and bread and at1 the same time appeal to the farmer I whose pocket book it proposes to touch in behalf of the wage earner I Jn his defense of the direct pri nary law for the state of New York j Mr Roosevelt says their the reason for Ks enactment is to give the people an opportunity to decide for thunwlvts who their candidates shall be 3lv j JlooseveK should have thought of this j whom two yearn ago liy the most rhamcl ss use of public patronage and Federal office holders he dittoed thu mmilnnation for his successor to the Presidential chair If the peQl le had had an opportunity to yote In a direct primary without any interference on tho part of the National administration no one doubts but what the result In that contobi would have been far different and the Republican party would have been In much better eon dition that it is today For several years Kentucky has been held up to the scoimftil gaze of civilization by newspapers nnd magazines of the norUi The Urle of Ohio has not bun slow sto take ipuv in tills wholesale denuiuslavUm agulni our state bucaute of the night rider troubles growing out of the tobacco nvar These publications leave con in wed until many jnuplt doubtless thought that ithe citizens of KenUOky were all lawless told bad curd nut to be compared with their brethren In other watcs especially those north Ml tiho Ohio nlver That Keirtucldans sire no snore lawless than those irurl anical people in direr stt yea was proven loot week when a mull of 10 000 law abhllng citizens of the city of Newark Ohio yes the state of Ohio battered down the jail doors and mobbed a Kentucky youth who lind been doling fnvlctw us a detec the in the employ of the Antlia ben League No such cruel hearted wanton disregard of the law was ewer displayed In any state of the union and particular attention Is rlvited up on th scene attending this cruel mum der because of the fact that train this section pus ben pointed in the I a tt the finger of scorn at others who have liifii so unfortunate as to Contain In thtilr midst a small clement of the lawlessness by thvuo huh Jler than thou people A the beginning of his admlnlstra lion Governor Wllhxw appointed one J O Mason of Adalnille to represent this Appellate Court District on the Slate Board of Equalization fir Jlaaori It seems has not obeyed or ders from the governor and has been frequently requested to resign He Is 4iot a quitter when It comes to holding office having sewed as a faithful IXanocrat unlll only a dew years ago Me became a Republican in 1896 and In 1897 he was appointed Potmasten at- AdairghIle and a few years afterwards resigned to have his wife appointed So itseumathat an office has been I jiec sBary in thw family ever since he L became a Republican The latent lapoveirpon the part of Mr Mason and one wJrlch has ibrought about another ttWsst from the Governor to resign Jffa u bbl eJlpol1reef the methods eIJ1JtbeS BdBirdat argce t- reunion to raie tholseiv nuc3 of the tate fir Mason to out dn an of- lldavltetiwlnBtYat the twee Ut 3- atf + ties of Jefferson County was brought about by a trade ia return for lower lug the values In some other counOes If Mr Masons statement Is truft in keeping with the Governors vipll known penchant for enforcement cf the Idw he should write a letter ex tolllnng Mr Mason instead of calling for his Tesigna uoa Any way 1t t would be too bad to deprive nnx Democrat of an office under the pas ent State Administration meetinglofSaturday some Intreestlng deelol1C- men s took place For some unknown the Federal office holders of this part of the state have been nn xlous to prevnet a nomination against Judge Settle When the com mitee met a telegram was read from United Stats Marshal George W Long urging chat no nomination be made whereupon Mr Peyton former ally County School Superintendent of Giayson county drew froth his pock et and read a letter wuMen by Mr Long abou ton years ago and tent out to many RcpubKcans in the state protesting agalnfei Federal office hol dres Interferlrg In party nominations and urging the people to disregard such Interference Thaw icy er was written by Mr Long high private in patyITheten and sent by United Stated Mar shal Long and Indfcales thai he now knows that the mere fact that one holds a Federal office does not n eci esarlally remove his Interest In the i 31tlUnonICeivesuit to the paify from a failure to nomtnate a candidate In thts district I at this time The Democrats huve forfeited any right to consideration I from us on th theeory of non partisan judiciary by gerrymandering this district wince Judge Settles elec tion This district as h stood at that time would Ije Republican by at least 1200 majority nnd should doe represent I ed by a Republican Judge The re moval of Monroe county and the subj stltuUon of Hendoituni county makes j a change of abut 2000 votea in favor of democracy and this was not donne bY them In the Interest of a mmpartl san judiciary We believe In u non parigan judiciary but there are wayaof biinglui this about by twoI Ing especially la it difficult to dividing the bench poLi catty A nonI partHan judiclary can only bo brought j about by concegslona from boll parties and we are not willing thttt the Republicans shall do all the conced ing especially is dt difficult to con cede anything hi a district which haS so rceenlyt been rljijiwl up by she democracy lit order to make a safe Democratic majorityp I THAT GLOVE CONTEST est1 Under the head A glove IIiapropriately be calk A BLIND FOLD I CONTEST No word of explanation tsvolschedulethe PayueAldrhlgu Bill and tr kig to I pilot them off for the same in fact hat article Ja In no sense an an I swer to our iirgument whatever but merely a quibble upon technicalities No effort is mide by the Herald vo account for the rise in prices of i commodities placed on the free list and decrease in the prices of other articles upon whitli the stew tariff In cmifiei the 131f No word of explan a lou fun the increase in the price of shods when hides of all descriptions have been placed upon the fre list and the manufactured article mtterl ally reduced No word of defense for the ninny mwnbers of the Heralds part who voted to luerase duties upon such articles as oranges lemons cot ton Pill nuts pineapples and many other products of the south Upon mereljlstlDdsglove schedule and which iwe prln ted last week In full and pointed out I the fact that they lend no more relation In so far as the hides from which ladles gloves are made than has beeswax and turpentine The Her aid should either stick to Itsitextor admit that It has none to which It can stick As far as the glove sonnet Is concered we are with you Mr Herald it it takes ull summer but we do not propose to enter into any blind fold contest with you 1 Baptist Church Services wjll be held next Sunday In tote court house Sunday school session at 945 oclock Morning worship at 11 oclock theme of sermorf The Praying Mother Evening wor shimat 8 oclock i X Wi BRUNER a4tulm- f FOR THE BUSY READER y August Garry Herman of Cincinnati was elected grand exalted ruler of the Elks at the session of the Grand Lodge in Detroits Pellagra has claimed Its flrst vlc tim in Rhode Island In the death off William Riley aged Cu an mutate of i the State almshouse at Providence s + The funeral of Carl Etheringtonwbo was lynched at Neiwark O Friday night took place at WJlimjurg K Over 2500 people attended the services Glenn Curtis broke the recotd for tt flftjmlle flight In an aeroplane at Al lantc City by covenlng the distance in one hourrourtecn minutes and fifty nine seconds s The town of Campbellton N B was destroyed by fire The loss Is es timated at nearly 8000000 About five thousand people were rendered homeless S t The negotiations of the SpanUh Government with the Vatican on he church question have been nusilCndtd- on account of the Illness of Senor Ojeda the Spanish Ambassador at the Vatican sss Mrs Sarah Murphy Robfeu 100 years ojd and oldest resident cf NVw Orleans died In tdiafclty During the CK11 War Mrs Robleu saved the library of Gen Leotvdas Iollj from the Federal troops r V e Nr- lay a vote of 23 to IS the inane tax amendment was ratified In the upper branch of the Georgia General Assembly In the lower house he income tax resolution was made spe cial and conlnulng order vinttill dis posed of The will of the lae Chief Justice Melville W Fuler was filed In the Probate Court at Chicago The estate Which Is valued at nearly 1000000 will be divided equally between the children of Uie jurist and their heirs I tI President Taft made another an nouncement that he would not give serious consideration to filling vacan lets on the United Sntus Supreme Court beach until fall As to the cal Ing of an extra session of the Senate to confirm appolntwM o facilitate the rehearing of thj Standard 011 tobac icos said the President has not deflnPi ly made up his minds Owing to the fact that scale let ters tailed by Mrs Frances F Cleveland widow of the late President Cleveland have been charged iwith postage due at the iwstoffice to which they were addressed he postHiaater General has Issued an order calling attention of postmasters to the bill pasted at the lest scseibn of Congress whereby Mrs Clevelands 1 tern as well as Jiose of Mrs Mary Lord liar r ion widow of tlw late 11C dent harm ixm are entitled o trannnnsslon free cf charge- S Gov Harmon susipended 1layor Ath ertoii of Newark 0 and before his successor J X Arkele had b enin office un hour two urres s were made byihe new Chief of Police They were negiooB who took part In the rioting before and during the lynching of Car Btherington Charges were also pre ferred by Licking county citizens against Sheriff Llnke Attorney Gen eral Dcnmaii will take Personal charg of the investigation before a special grand jury into the hanging of the young Kentucky dtrfctlve The Real Protective Tarriff Colcuel Clarke In the protection lit says that there are two grave errors In the last Republican platform 1 Demanding revision and putting it In tuck a way that reduction iwas promised before fury testimony had been taken 2 declaring that the difference between foreign and domestic costs of production should be the moan one of duties with a reasonable profit to the domestic producer In addition The second is a particularly short sighted declaration as it Ignores the propensity to dump surplus into foreign markets In order to relieve the pres sure upon the home market While U1 tendency exists no investigation can be made thorough enough to beatebookkeeping of the foreigner who wljl always be able to show that It costs him a great dell more to produce an article than he U willing to sejl it for In an touttlde market The Tit Protective Tarlf and the only protec tive Tariff which lulfills Its object domestejproduotlonby American marketswhlrhcan be pro ProtectiveTarlffa clonestic their only wettest cftnbe to retrlqi 1 home production and 1hitls thi ob ject which those who cry out for such Tariffs seek to achieve1 San Francis- Co Chronicle Republican Convention Called Pursuant to a detlsioif of thoRe1 publlcatt committee of theiccoml Ap pellate District which met at Horse Branch on July 9th 1910 a deleeatej convention for said district Is here by called to meet In the courxhouseat Leltchfield at one oclock on Augus 13th 1910 for the purpose of nomli natlng a candidate for Appellate JudBo to be voted lor In the Second Apel late district Said convention Is to be composed of delegates selected at the county court houses in the various counties 1m sail district at one oclock on August 10th each county being entitled to one delegate vote for each 100 votes and a fraction over GO votes cast for Taft In 1908 The county chairman In each county in hereby re quested to Issue calls for county con ventions In ccordance with this calla once In order that sufficient publi city of the convention be given The vote of each county in the Second Appellate district will be us given below- Henderson I 25 McLean 13 Davis 39 Butler 23 Allen 19 Edmonton 13 Brecklnridge 26 Hanccek 11IMeade J Monroe 19 Grayson Logan 23 Ohio 33 Slmpwn 9 Todd 1C Warren 29 J FRANK TAYLOR Chm 2nd AppUate Dist Attest W R SCOTT Acting Secl In MemorlumiThe death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Baldwin July 4th and claimed for its vtotlm their little son Mitchell Taylor Baldwin He was born Match 20th 1908 he was two years three months and fourteen days old Oh how sweet was he to us nil and how we do miss him but while we were weeping for him down here he had gone to his eternal rest and to bloom In Heaven His funeral was preached at the Baptist church July 5 by Rev A B Gardner about 10 a m and his remains were laid away in the Siinnysld cemetery to await the resurcctlon A FRIEND Notice to Teachers The Ohio County Institute will convent In Hartford August 1 1910 and will continue five days The work of the institute so far as the teachers of the county are concerned will be along the lines mapped out In the syllabus Every teacher 1nthc county who has n school and who expects to teach In the county must attend this Incdl tute The certificates of attendance will be for the number of days you ac tually attend Dr Mutchler will be the Instructor He Is a very able man and will present an entirely new line of work which will be Instructive and beneficial to the teachers Make your preiuratlonii to be here HENRY LEACH Supt i No Way to Stop it j How to end Tariff discussion Is a problem which a prominent asso elation of manufacturers Is anxiously considering It Is to be feared that these gentlemen are engaged In a hopeless quest Tariff discussion will f I The fI- j REM0 Greats4iZt i I IJ STILL GOING liN j- T t As faras exceptional valuegiving is I concerned tHe fourth weekof this Removal j IiO Sale will not be one whit behind the first In many ways the incentive will be even greater No alleged values only honest reductions and unrestricted bargains r Buy Now Buy For a Song Buy Liberally x I Nickels go as far as Dimes Dimes go far as Quarters Halves go as far as Dollars 1- r Dollars do double Duty- We I i are going to move into our new store down on Main street next door to the Bankof Hartford andsecond door to PostOffice and continue to make go- odROSENBLATTS T5he Store That Satisfies 1 Hartford Ky t not end as long ns Protection and TeeTrad have their respective ad vocates as long as theie are differences of opinion on the principle in volved as long as certain professed FreeTraders insist on Protection fOr their own Industries A Tariff lommlsslon might help some but It would hove to adopt or dlasard Protection as the basis of its dellbera Ion3 and either couture iwould arouse antagonisms and precipitate discussion This Is inevitable In a country whose lawmakers are elected by the peqple for the purpose of carrying Into effect the peoples views It Is entirely eon lsteut too with our form of govern nent The majority must rule the minority cannot be muzzled and there you are To stop Tariff dlscussionlt would be to perform a miracle Roch ester Democratand Chronicle The Reason for It Three seems to be a reason for so many Insurgent Congressmen judging by the lobles maintained at the cap Itol In the Interest of foreign ship owners and foreign manufacturers both of which have fought the merchant marine bill and the Tariff bill The lobylsTs are socalled Americans but in reality are traitors to their country and the Congressman who falls into their clutches la even Colo Sunday OpinionworsepuebJoI I fi Let Us Show You Our Line of = i BUGGIES and SURRIESEJ 4aV 1lly r fti 0 lIP l We are headquarters th6 amdusOWcnsborotheflcnuine Gco j6 Delker and Banner Buggies and Surrieswhich re fully uAraii itteed They will last longer and run easier than anyother bugyor tV surrey on the marketf 1 ii i THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO to49 art r dTKe3ntijcl- cyiWN P j5JIoW iiVt lJ r 1 S J c if SHOE 1- I A 1 1 ttI c + S- toreSpecia1s if j The above Ladies Shoes are rec ognized the world over as the very I J acme ofstyle and comfort The regular price evernere is 350 and 400 per pair To close our stock of Oxfords we are going to make SPECIAL PRICES FOR FRIDAY c 4ND SATURDAY Our 350 Oxfords I 1 any style 298jj Our 400 Patrician r Oxfords 319 j The above Oxfords come in Tan I or Black Dont Delay Come to to us for JULY BARGAINS i I I I ItIi r 1111 nolsCe n traI Rail roadTI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky Norh Douud lionlh Donnd- Holr2dne405em No121dneI1S5em- No1ldue1228pm Nolul due 248 p m o102due2spm olaldue8b59m Have You Seen it Advertised It you have and Its good and a j Drug store article we haye lt We oni however sell a thing simply because its being advertised We must know first thatit has merit 1aoo that the advertisement tells the r truth You Can trust our jUlgement- 1f In these matters or It you see it advertised and want to look into It i come to us Every truly= merItorious t article that a Drug Store should keep l is In our stock Remember that andwlen you want Jr anything in our line comO tosee us Your Friends Hartford Drug Co Incorporated L f THIS STORE HAS f APUR FOOD tAW l OF ITS 1N fit applies tti eirythipg1and everything must rl Y l totheprovtsa- r Ion1 of this Iniv ij r Nott yon might tl iicttiatfiomtf thingd for instance would Canned Goods j4 m have tube taken on trust but an obtievIng grocer won learn where y each brand of these goods belongs Dd matter what the labels may say t and acts accordingly A T je moral of all thi9 Is that this ml lit be a good Vlaoo to come wpen- youwantt pure food eatables it J It S nLE Y t i 1 1 t IL4TFOBD KY y 7 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY ii M H E Railroad time Table at Hartford KyITraSne pass Hartford Ing times NORTH BOUND 1179 a m Passenger Daily 114340 p nt Mixed Dalley except Sunday SOUTH BOUND alai90 a m Mixed Daily except Sunday 113141 p m Passenger DnUyI Hartford Mill Co has lots ot good I Ear corn ndt Oats to sell I Miss Minnie Long Owensboro Is the guest ot Miss Winnie Simmer man Mr and Mrs W T Brown Roch ester are the guests of Mr and Mrs H E Drown Mr John T Moorecashier Dank ot Hartford has gone to Dawson Springs for a few days Mrs E 1VCooper has returned to her ltonieat Nashville after a visit of several Wcijs to her parents in I Mr and Mrs iFerman Ulrkheat1 owensboro who have been visiting Mr E E BIrkhead and family for several dayss have returned homo Engine iThreshing tnchhre for- sale D I D SANDEFUIt- Beaver Dam KY Mr Trimble Pendleton who has been attending slobl nt Valparazo Ind for the past six months arrived home Tuesday for a visit to his fam fly t ITSJ9h1IJt llsn 9sanslIJ1s J i rand Lhvl lntve returned roiA nn a iisive visit toe I latves l I1avvsevIhIe d o larttorda JrIrOItionnff Pte ktt t area that he ctftin Launlove IrLeave your Ilexs grocery Work uaranteed and prompt delivery Agentsfor Madlsonvlle Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry q1Jpan1Incorpor ted tf The McHenry Lumber and lmple mont Company 1s prepared tu do your blacksmithing carriage repairing In I first cT33 order and on shod notice Give lem a trial Glg4 Get your doors Windows and bulld diig matetdalfrom t McIlenry Lunt her andIImplement COmpany MC tn1JCY Give 11Jm1a call nley will treat you right M b1t4y Yr Miss Wfilio Smith has returned fron an extensive visit to relatives ld O- klahomaShe was accompanied home by her sister Mrs Jessie Renderwt will yIs4t tier parents for somettnf- ela4nohercolgmn will found tbe I tiFoedaylshogf thLs insItuUon to bo In Its usual solid and prosperous condition Estrayed on o my farmSmall bny horse about aoven years old Owner can procure same by calling and pay lug Price otll adD B COLLiNS Hartford KY Messrs Amos and U S Carson are remodeling the brick storeroom next door to the Hartford postomce which they recently purchased from Mrs Tinsley and which will Mon be occupied by the Rosenblntts A One new glass front will hn put In and the store given a city appearance The south bound passenger trait on the M H b E was detained at- Dukeburst last Sunday afternoon for several hours and had to be rescued Earlingtoibecause under the caboose The train ran tor about one hundred yards before It could be stopped and tore up the track for quite n distance but no one was hurt and no other damage done Pro C Thomas H Smith of Mndison- yule Ky has been eltct dby tbe Ohio County School Board as 1llnclptlll SChOOlIOCa1tedappointment Prot Smith will become vice president ot Hartford College the coming school year He is a CorII er of years expetienee ICum1mendProto Smith und family will move toI Hartford at an early date In our ruSh of buslnl111 nt the clost- of our forms las week and becnuse oC the tact that the cdtor of this pa- Per had met wd4jt a serious accident an account ot ot the old soldiers reunion here on the 9th was osnitud from these columns That It was nol interonal Is evlodenooU by the fact thaiwe have given extra space CIY- eor charge for several weeks to an advertisement of the occasion hOW- ever we regret very much that the account was kilt out This Ixplana- 1lon comes because of the fact that w u underytard some complaint has ben made concerning It Wo am nl- So Informed that some complaint hat been made agdnet the eky of hart- ford because or the manner In which the soldiers ware fed on that occaslon The down pour of rain on Sunday night and almost all day Monday should be taken into consldel Ion tc- sonte extent we think to aceoun1ng ool1lIhenwlee could have done and os they did Ot Beaver Dam last year the same yw0gle having charge of the teeolIng Privileges upon this occasion Notice Hartford Ky July 14 1910 To the Republicans of Ohio County Dy direction of the Sectnd Appellate Court DistrIct Con1Jutttea mass con vention of the Republicans of Ohio count Is hereby called to meet at the court house In Hart Cord KY- 4ugust 10th 1910 at 1 oe1GOk p 11- 1Cor the patposo of telec1lnG hirty three delegates and thrtthlee al ernae delegates to represent Ohio county In the Repuidicun Appellate COlrt Convention to be held at Leitchfield Angus lout IDI0 111- 1to trantoet such other business that nuy be doomed necessary for the aycl tare of the party RD MAItT1N Chairman JOIN G 1 OWN Secretary Exchange Value of Farm Products Is this title ot a speech made by U S Senator Reed Sutoot of Utah May 111IIlcau Proteeave Tariff League ot Now York us deouncent No 99 Big Coal Land Deal The LoulsvllleCourler Journal of Friday says WD McElhinny ot Central City trpsidont ot the Central and ron Company announced last night Lt The Seelbach that a deal had onsummated whereby his beenI tad sold to W A Wlcklltreot iilo cooo acres of yaluaple 1ypeilcoalland The lahd dlspos 1lnj1lne of the nllno Central r pr along in- orsegtinglinea qt the brain road and ext Iidrt m Contrnl lrity to Green Ivan This was oneof the largest de 1firor coal lands made in Western Kentucky in years and while the O- lancial consideration lnyolved was tot given out it was learned that the transaction ran Into the hundreds at- thos8nds ot dollars The purchaser ot the tract of land will immediately bogin the work of deveolpingt the and and the expense necessary to get things in condition to mine the coalwlll bg several thousand dollars The sale of ithe vast tract of land will in no way affect the operations orlhe Central Coal and Iron Com asthUi company still has let- omething like 16OOOaczes or land I 4he 8 opning- erhlchprodllcntaanx OPO tons lif al ii ItitMANDAEdItor RopubBcanIn tlplto ot JeC tries and Johnsen fight on the ruin it seems that everyth1rb mOVes on smoothly here ntith the XcllJtlon o- f1ft Amos old ttorf that got a sheet of tanglefo0t aCUch d to her 4adl yet teirday She snide the Itown lively un tit she x is relieved of the paper As she l1Jsby one of tho lookers un afro nt0 had to give up part ot herI ferathets Crops look well nt his wrJting- The j school nit this npiaOO fesbtday morning with a good IlttenI dance Mays Ethel Raint3 teacheer I 1llImeslJoneIfI1S were hero yostnrday cet the epert- ing of tile 1Chool- Mr Arthur Beck went to hlatlCoan yesterday W J Stewatt McHenry was here Sunday Mm n StPwart Is on the sick Pitt but mot thought to be dangwously 911 Hope the will be up toned Mr Al J owns babY JII wry sick BaxterLogsdon- Dr C G Baxter and Mrs Iva Logs don were married at the Mv hJdht Parsonage by Rev VIrgil Elgin last Friday evening July 8 Dr Baxter was for several years a resident el- CHartolll and has many friends here lie is now located at Morganfleld The bride was born and reared neat No Creek and was formerly Dais Iva Craig She has lived at Beaver Dam for some time and ix n handgmne and poAular lady They left ut once Put Morgaulfield where theywill make thelrfu ure home A Delightful Mammoth Cave Trip tlfetsts T RBulnald and W S- Tinsley and others rourned last Sat urday runt IL trip to the Manuuoth Cave mention of wheh was made lat Week They made the trip by way of Smallhous IlIld on the steamer 7ty of Bowling Green of the Evansville and Bowling Green Pmke Cump uty They report one ot the host delightful trhts ever e- joyed by any excursion party and are loud ht their ptnise for the courteous trtatment which they received fro the oifrials of the packet ocoll11ay1 The en ire trip from SmllllIlous to the cave ineiudhrg meals tutul guide fees In the OWe was made for 1150 per persomi This htiluded Intel bail at i the cave IIl1d meals on the boat The party lift Sntnllhuus Tueluy mom Ing abut 10 oclock arriving at the cave ettly the next mrntty lu time forbroakimtst The return wus nrtde leavingthe cave Friday morning amid reaching Hartford on time early tIlIII- Sa urday morning It IS likely that soveml outer large putits will he ttr- etrged I for this trip to the cave during the summer and fall front JIarttordI Appellate District The Republican Exfcmitiy Coentmit I tee for this AINklhl e Court nlttrlct I satmIda nomination for suyceaur JudtISettle for Saturday Aug leltJpeld Court y Mass cOllvelltlans to be held on Welln day Aug loth to I wlect delegates to utend time dbtljct- met intg Considerable UIIJO ltlon was manifested agaInst maklllg a IlOlIIimL tlon on the part of ctne Ilepubllcans hut mally thu vote was very clear 111 favor of the COUtIIt1CII amI tt 110 mnatolt The Vln stood IIII 0 no tad was mad uumllllous rite see und lll1ellate Court district Is vomit toted of the counties of ALu Adtir- ljreekeurldge DHlel Davies 11 myso lcIlanlBendlnon ran1 and Meaui lInllelHln haS heel added to time dluCt glove Judge IcmudIlIlncrsonnajority of about 1000 amid time nUllllla- lHell1hllcan nUljoIit of Dloiroo is bout the same So that this illedlll- ad of the leg slaU1e made II change of about 2000 vo es In favor or the Democuts In the district llad the dlsHlct been allowed to runahl all It was Itepuhlicans would hate had a cud sighting chance to carry lt all It hay been given Itepubllcan ntajori des for several elloCtlolIl cud gave a- uajorlty of about 1700 In the state lection In 1901 A member of ReltIJ- lIcal8 attempted to have the committee refuse to make a nomination on the ground ot a nonpartisan judi- iitry claiming that Judge Settle had been thoroughly nonpartleau In his rullng lon the bench The Democrats have t1 tuonatruted clearly that they arl not wi11Qg to aid In any way in- stabllshltig nonllarlaan judiciary bY thefaef that they gerryrmandtred this district In an attempt to make It ltbp9lesa Democratic thus demon stratln4 that the only kind of non prntls31 judiciary that they would hnve is n unanimous tuioeratlc bench A number of prominent R publlcAa- ttorneys are mentloued for the h om- tatioit and amodg the known eandi stew are Judge J A Dean and lIon rec Jelly of Ovensboro STORE POLICYEvery Some never stick to any We try to We do not beg and importune you to buy things you do not need nor want We never knockon our competitors or their wares We take it that you our customer know something about merchandise and qualities yourself that you read the papers and magazines telling about the newest and best articles and eave intelligence enough to know when you are getting them To this want we are catering and trying to keep peoples trade who want the best when it rightfully belongs at home We do not substitute nor misrepresent If you like our I policy i SEND YOUR BOY TO itMatheny Batts i Vanderbilt Training t School E ELKTON = KENTUCKY W i = cc = = = == tA limited select school Col trained teachers Students L from more than thirty towns in + 1 Kentucky and from six Southern 1states Equipment valued at da + 000 Electric LightsStennl Heat Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur 4 soundings excellent No saloons Extremely liealthful locatione3 000 spent on improvements this b summer We take boys from 12 years of upi ti ant your boy carefully ttrained send him to us and send he is young 1 The nineteenth year of the + school opens Sept 7eI- c Write for illustrated Catalogue L Zee Address All Communications to BATTSt4t44 orJt A 11T t WHITE FACES Effect They Produce When Firct 8 n by Colored Races Either Stanley or Livingstone per haps told the worldythnt after long living in Africa the sight of white faces produced soinethlug like And the evil spirits of Africa ar white Well even after a few months along with black faces 1 have felt that feeling of uncomfortableness at the sight of white faces Something ghostly terrible seemed to have come into those faces that I lead never imagined pos dble before felt for a moment the black mans terror of the white At least 1 think I partly real Ized what It was You remember the llomans lost their first battles with the north through eheer fear The fairer the weirder the more spectral the more terrible Beauty there is in the north of its hind But it Is surely not comparable with the wonderful beauty of color in other races e e e e e e e To appreciate the beauty of colored Blclns it is not simply enough to travel One must become familiar with the sight of them through months and years So strong our prejudices are And at last when you perceive there are human skins of real gold living statues of gold with blue hair like the Carib half breeds and nil fruit tints of skins orange and yellow and peach red and lustrous browns of countless shades and all colors of metals too bronzes of every tone one begins to doubt whether a white skin Is so fine Of you dont believe these colors Just refer to Brocas pattern books where you will find that all Jewel colors ex ist in eyes and all fruit colors and metal colors in skills I could not believe my own eyes till I saw Bran I have seen people who had grass green emeralds instead of eyes and topazes and rubles for eyes And I have seen races with blue hair Cor Xafcadlo Hcaru In Atlantic 1 TRICK ANIMALS Sometimes the Trainer Hu to Do His Work Quickly You wouldnt believe how fast you have to work to train an animal said the man who has broken everything from elephants to geese the other day Why 1 can tell Just how many it ill goIng to take t9 break boursj kind of animal you might A woman came to me the other day and said I want a trained goose for my magic act How much will you charge me to break one Sixty dollars said I Well how do you figure that out she asked Why its very simple 1 said Its 91 an hour and It will take me just sixty hours Yes sir I can train a goosethat- Is to follow me around and do some simple tricksIn sixty hours a pig in thirty hours and so on Rut as for a peafowl and u guinea i cant be trained in a hundred carllI Now you take a troupe of trained I dogs That doesnt take half an long i to do as people suppose No sir u man with an animal show has got to work fast Why maybe the boss comes around on a Monday morning and says Here heres a bunch of six dogs Now make an act out of It i luc next Mondays show There are six green dogs to make j Into n troupe III a week Cant be J done you sayl Sure It ran One dogone trick one day Thats the rincJple and you can do It too Each dog will learn n trick each day all i right One will ears n back sower Sault one n front somersault one to walk on his hind legs one on his trout legs one to roll over Mud so ou Then by the end of the week youve got nI nice little act nub all the people are acclaiming about your yearn of pa tierce and that sort of stuff Patience In a good thing of course but the Hceret is Just know how thats alli New York P- ostCASTOR h IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signaturo of- Fine Land for Sale Wo have 4CO acres of fine bottom- land iron one and a half to two miles of Hartford Part of it with timber Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy Apply at once to Bar- lUit Smith Hantfoi d Ky f Lawlessness in Mountains An exsho come from dole ipness meet j log at Jliddlesboro hi regard to what Se called the lawlessness in itTJe mouujl Aains H is Ume that the otbIe State was learning the i4mpontant I lesson of defending rather than R iacldng the mountain People for they tuive been mush abused and much mis represented We call attention lo he both about Eastern Kentucky as told I by one ot the Mlddlertjoro Hpnakersj end it ought to put the rest of the State to thinking Said tie have you I editors ever heard of a crime com jmftted in the oiountalim like the Ketl eses case In IiulsvIIe Irate you over beard of a CUe of defalca Jon of em Jbezzlomeivt or such rascality up here Mava you over heard of a cape of Douse stealing up here Have you everI 3eaid ot any licensed house of 111 fame Alp belt1 Have you ever heard of al case of seduction or btfrayal tip hero T I Have you over hoard of a man falling to provide for hlafamlly or of many Wits for divorce on our dockets Tak your daily palters and read tho rum ber of criminal cast In the polio courts 1n your clikss yes bring d tu4wnscCompare our court I i yours row which should be termed the lawless section1 COUQHVIUICJV Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendeoball Medicine Co Eyassrnlell L I Lived Long with Broken Neck A Rugby England laborer named John Rimmer Is stated to have gone about with his neck broken for more than three months Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 310 di rected to me which lamed from the Clerks office of the Ohio oirc1I1t cour in favor of the Bank of Hartford against Thomas J Walker tic for the sum of 100 with Interest from rvecmber 21 1908 and 150 and 1253 cost Ior one of my deputes will on Monday the first day of Augruat 1910 between the hours of 10 a m and 2 oclock p m at the coiir houb door In Hartford Ohio County Ky expose topublJcs sale o the highest bidder the following property or ro much there of as may be necessaryto satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and cost to wit A tract of land bounded as follows Beginning at a atone Ellen Lees corner Whence iwJflh her tine X 1 E 13 poles to a stake her Jf E corner In Thomas line thence with his line S S9 E 17 poles to a stake X W corner of blacksiaifoh shop lot thence S 1 W 13 poles to a wake in street thence with sled X J 9 W 17 poles to the beginning contain ing 1 4 acres same land conveyed to T J Walker by Caroline and Wood Ilogejon a credit of six month bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of 0 per cont per annum Iron the day of sale and having force and elect of bond Witness my hand this 9th day of July 1910 T H BLACK S O C Globular Lightning Professor Elihu Thomson says of the rare phenomenon of globular lightning the reality of which has fro quently been called into question that after having been for a long time In doubt about It his doubts have disap peared The nearest he has ever come to observing a lightning ball wrs tbe hearing of Its explosion The ball itself was seen by a friend who hap pened to be looking In the right direr tion when Professor Thomson himself was looking another way No rational hypothesis be says exists to explain such a phenomenon as there is noth ing In the laboratory which closely resembles it From descriptions the balls appear to vary from one inch to one foot In diameter When they dis appear there is usually an explosion generally with slight damage Some have been described as entering build winIPricesI a few days ago to take from a sate deposit vault a family document which was wrapped In a piece of a New York paper of Nor 20 1S90 The fragment contained the report of the stock values for that day which the broker out out pasted on a board and placed over the ticker In his onlce writing under the printed matter See what a few Iears have done for stocks Among Jhe quotations were Canadian 1acttlc 74 Chesapeake and Ohio IS Chicago Burlington and Quincy SC Consolldat cd Gas 91113 Missouri Pacific 65 Na tional Lead Trust 10 Northern Pa clflc 22A Southern Pacific 28U1 and Union Pacific G0i New York Trib une The Ancient Egyptian Belle The Egyptian belle of 5000 B C was no less extra ogant in the matter of toilet requisites than the beauty of today Sho required among other things a long stone palette with a hollow in the center in which to mix her green paint This palette also held a small delicate seashell where in she mlxeu the paint with tbe neces eyflubespresentday ITelling Eggs telHngs eggs is not an easy one by any means Very few of us know how to dd it properly On the other hand there are those who think they should hot be told at all but that is old fashioned nonsense Inspired entirely by false modesty It is safe to say that eggs should be told at as early an age as possible consistent with their temperament If al lowed to go too long there is grave danger that the egg will become bad and when an egg becomes b dk Is hopeless The world Is full of bad eggs which might have been eared If they had been told in time LJppln cotta A Remarkable Sun Dial In Met ican Churchyard A remarkable sundial stands in the churchyard at CUe amc State of Durango M dcofdys a wrfcjer dn the isttwentyfive feet Jn ihtight the portion upon which the figures and lines tot denoting time are engraved being a solid scone slab five meet in height The opposite side of this slab is alto marked and has a pointer fur dnd cat yearEsun the correct hour quarter or half is indicated This Is practically the only method the naiMves of Cuencanifl have for ascertaining die time cs such things us watchts and clocks are almost nonexistent in tbolown The entire nvouunwnt Was the gift of a young lawyer Don F yasqucx del aiercado to the awn He him self worked out the necessary calculations to snake tho tfal exact and also vJeldl d the stonecutters tools In the gvrotiuctlon of the face not wishing to trus anyone else for fear of mistake as Mexican mechanics are not exactly noted for the accuracy of their work heals i Stops the Cough tile LaDII SQUICK MEDICINE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO EVANSVILLE IND RALPH Too Late for Last Week July 4A heavy twin fell here last night which was much needed for the crops Little Willie iMoseley has her hand badly burned Mr nnd Mrs David Foreman Dean field spent Sunday with Mr and firs JF Taylor FordjvilleMr C W Moeeley has resigned as overseer of the roads and Mr C A Kelley has taett his place Mr Leslie Cheer has been spending a few days at Sulphur Springs for his hralh Mr and Mrs Ronda Wade spent Si i lOieIkMessrs Jeff Ralph nnd 51 M Polls went to Hartford today Misses Gertrude and Nenle Taylor visited at Dundee Saturday and Sun dayLittle Miss Gladys Taylor Dundee Is spending the week with her grandparents Mr and Mrs J F Taylor Ladies Take Notice We can clean and preys your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reasonable Hartford Pressing Club Tit for Tat A Long Island man was holding forth with respect to the boiTOwing habit so common In suburban com- munIties when he was reminded of the following instances A writer of miscellaneous matter being just than engaged on an arti cle on pessimistic lltrature learned Miat one authority he wished to callI fiuli Edward von Haitniann was to lie found in the library of a lawyer of the place Accordingly the writer repaired to the lawyers houce and ask ed the loan of the volume You are entirely welcome to HV said the owner but you imunt LUkeI It from my library Im sorry but Ive lost so ninny books Iwush ciid lug them that a year ago I register anIOhelTree writer thanked the Lawyer but of course he did not avail himself ofi the iirlvllego extended bun i Some tome later the lawyer came o the writer anti askekl to Jwnxaw his lawnmowerI to lend you my lawnmower eald the wnlter rfihough it Js my iulo never to jwimtfit It to leave my lawn There Itowever you may use It to your hearts content July Upplnoott To core Ladrlppe end Cold la 24 hours take QUICK Cold and LaGrippe Medicine TABLBTSJ- II yiir flUIIt does sot keep idea mUSe It J C Mendenhall Medicine Co ErniYtiiciii and get them post paid Guaranteed Farmergrams Byproducts make sellproducta Good roads promote rural op mlsm Leisure Is a dignified synonym for loafing Mud holes are the forerunnres of good roads One lump of good fattn4nig leavenffh twelve abhefs ThB farm has a thousand nergPsJ working full time Many n good enough road 1s not a good road at oil t Judge a man by what he eeeins to think of your clothes A routing tUiurt IB like an tchlng t nli i t ultcL tooth that needs pulling Go to the tanner oh dty mancon Glder his ways ahd be wfee Think of ease when at wonk but forget the work when at ease Most farmers know Moro rules for clell df farming than they use asIto lay A good farm mottolIlwork dtI out on this line if It takes all next summer Better notice some lack about the appeiiranco of your farm surroundings before your nltTgbbors do The man who doesnt know how to lay a foundation for a good living has no right t6 build air castles The man who whittles on a stick should not forget to whittle too on his finger nails and beneath them A farmers tiyle can not tie judged by what he wears GO much as by the appearance of his farm sUiToandingsi Farm and Ranch Quickls LaOrippe Gold and Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache andNeuralgia- In 30 minutes At druggist or by snail J C Mendenhall Medicine Co EVIYlUe ltd Attractive Summer Tours The Illinois Central Railroad Company offers very attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rates to the fol lowing points Boston Mass with ocean trip one way between Boston and Norfolk al so same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Resorts California Chicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo including route one way via Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts Including Bay View Charlevoix Harbor Springs Mackinac Island and Petoskey Minnesota Lake Resorts MexicoNew City Now York City with ocean trip one way between New Orleans and Sew York New York via Montreal via Montreal and Boston with ocean trip One way between Now Orleans and Sew 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 call on ticket agentsor write F W 11ARLOW Div Pass Ageftt I C R R Co Louisville Ky I SYMPATHY I heJps hurts but it wont cure an I aching tooth wonutt wake a marred one look like its old self Takes a dojcan but for real relief and goad dental work make an appointment with us for the practical way of get ting your teeth in fine shape Best crown and bridge work in this town or any town Teeth extracted without pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 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 concrete residence Estimates furnished free All work guaranteed J LRLLEYCONTRACTOR Hartford Ky I L11reoto1vOlilo County Circuit Court T F Blrkhtad Judge Ben Dt RIngo Attorney WP MldkUf Jailer E 0 Bamuw Clerk F L Fe lix Matter Commleloner 11 T Colllni Trustee Jury Fund T H Black Sheriff Hartford Deputle S O Keowh an Lon Black Court convenes tint Monday in March and Augus and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In May and November two weeks County CourtR R Wedding Judge W S Tlnsley Clerk C E Smith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBeslns on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of Claims Convenes first Tues day in January and prst Tuesday In OctoberOther County OfflccwC S MoxBey Surveyor Kordsvllle Iy K F D No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Kjt R F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford 1rA 1J Rliey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS- B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Monday in June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In 1ecemberjJohn H Miles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday in Jtne Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December rC Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Itenfrow Tuseday after 2nd Monday in February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday in February Wednesday after 2nd Menday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem berC V Miles Fordsvtlle Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November 2ndMondayMonday In May after Ztd Monday in August Friday after 2nd Mon day In November HARTFORb POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G B LlkensClty Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court convenes second In each month City CounclIJ H Williams Mayor n T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treasurer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School Trustees J S Glenn chaIrman- W S Tlnsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES dl E Church SouthServIces monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945- a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 9 US a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastorChrIstian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a in and 7 p m Sunday ClayIordC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at H a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartlord Iodge No 675 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C MSecretaryKeystone No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday night In each month R Holbrook High Priest SecretaryHartford 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even ing Mrs T R Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of nightSK of RSH- artford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night GrifflnLadyCommander Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night In each month Noah Skaggs Pres W Luce Sec TreasAcme Lodge No S3J I O 0 F meets second and fourth Friday night In OrandDOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Wednesday oIRecordsPreston Morton Post No4 G A R beforetheRogersAtA S of E National Officers C O Drayton Pres Greenville IllI- Y3I F Sharp V PresBowllng Green TreuBIndlnnapoils t State Officers J C Cantrlll Pres Georgetown KyC lor Barnett VIce President Hartfod Ky CalhounKyOhio DamKyCD Ford Treas Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordKy No6L B Tlchenor Hartford R F D 2 J A Bellamy Whltesvllle Ky 3 F D Baughn Hartford Ky 4 T W McQuady Balzetown Ky6 Plumer Taylor MlnesKy6 J L Brown Rockport mayenInuaUoa robbl p nt IIl1l1anl Patentasniff SdtODe RrkatlitlentrstM I Lurass ern cuUUom Joorntl t Olr W aewedaarerek Y+ SnG3ino te CM BAENITT C ESltlTB fBARNETT 4N SMITH i ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KYIWill practice their profession In all UJoI courts of Ohio and adjoining cot ties and Court of Appeals Sp il ttentlon given to all buslnt entrusted to their care Collections ana the Prao tlce of Criminal and Real Estate LawrSpecialties Office In Republican bun 1 lag 01 il FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hie profession in Ohla and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Criminal practice and Coy lections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals tary Public Office over First National Bank JORN B WILSON CHAS M cnowa WILSON CROWE LAWYERS v HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Offloa on Main St opposite Court House PATENTS lad promptly obtained In all TRADEMAreKS We obuin THAT PAYadrerWethemtboreeeblyatoor ipenM and elp you to serer Send model photo or sketch tor FREE report on patentability W year practice sun PASSING REFERENCES rortreOalde Book on Profitable fatenti write to r BO3BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C D SWIFT KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS wiTHDr Kings New Discovery FOR 1fOLDS I ANB ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBtES GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOI3 OR MONEY REFUNDED e DDEFENDEDSeadanodelFree copyrltfbM eta IN ALL COUNTRIES Buslnnt direct with WaslAnglon rasa time money and Jim the Patent Patent and InFrIngement Practice U WIU IICIT Write or ruia to ue at BU Htatt Street opp United State hint Oflce WASHINGTON D C i I I r FAIRBANKS MORSE a Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds feed aholla I corn c Works every day at a small cost to operate All sizes too Address all purposes Send for catalogue 80I a i FAiRBANKSMORSE 11ILouisville Ky tt r I + 4 Ua7 k y7 rvr c yrn l i y- t Disturbance Not Likely In evory commodity there 1s notL tug that will so often ellminato unreasonable demandsand oomp1alnts of 4 le producer ag IIlpetltdon created bya large number of buyerH and cor- poratlons should tthey recognize that VOG6lble snlvntlonr from what they lmay regard as perrrcution ales In the ex- lstence ot a sUUlclent UllIDber of items In the same line of bud11ieaJ too hear part of the blame ari4ng from unat- stlctory condttlons either from pur chaser Or produlCTS which In the nature of things at times must arIse Congress was handled tn these terms Few aquestlons are handled la Congress at tilts time excErpt from CI partisan point of view and haw It will affect party seems to be much more Important than the good of the gejliernlpubUc Government suits against large tobacco corporations are still pending and no doubt It will be etxor eight months before decisions will be handed down IIt tble government upbald there Is BIll InMlnotive feeling that tone way gill be provided by which the ttbbarco curuarattons will come wlthl the provisons of the law wthotut any very great disturbance to trade to general A man whO Is president of a big oClation Of any kind should knOW talre statement and certainly should not push em dong There isntt aninota or probability that the 1911 crop of burley will be cut out There Is even less probablltty that the legtslattrre Will take the action ho mentions It Is tp061ttvely foolish to tAlk of night Tiding In connection with the 1911 crop The growers will take such precaution against that kind Of thing that hotheaded men on the one hand and the enemies of grow erg who are ever ready to foment trouble will have no chance to cause night riding to be done through bribery Or otherwise The powers know fully AS well as thOSe who would sptnd big sums to bring It about that night riding Would Injure their cause as nothing else- would and knowing It will prevent It We could wish that presidents Of tobacco assoclaUaI13 wauldghe more time and thought to the preparation Or theIr speeches so that there would net be the queer viewS and queerer Statements there are to so many of them Be Cheerful No one prefers togive his order ta- B grouch No One selects a man wIth II grievance to make a sale No one chooses to do business widtha sorehead A smile removes obstacles overcomes obstacles inspires faith and paves the way for buainera- Ctresr opens confidence Confidence spells success Men who succeed are chEloriu1 Gloom spells trouble Trouble epells failure Men who ta11 are gloomy Cheer ds an asset Gloom Is a 1ta billy It Is good business to asso ciate with man who are solvent Be cheerlulas a business propos- itionSuccess Origin of the Horse In a recent valuable publication on tl1 horse the author says that the horse is beUeved to have onlginated- sal southern Asia and averaged OOt 800 pounds In weight This Is boring back but a short distance La the hi toT of tlhe horse In the mUSeum or natural hiStory In New York city YOU will find the earliest skeletoa of the horse possessed Of five toes instead Or hoard Thai horse at that time Iwas not larger than a medium sized deg You wIn flnd tbbre other skeletons sirowdng the grallualey olutlon Of the Otorse unit the lncroase In his sirs up to the horse of the present day Uh not remarkable that from sleeh an dnslgntfioant nature as the horse wrs- a few million years ago should be evolved the magnifloent creoture of today gretit not Only In strength and endurance but In docility and at too Ipn When automobiles came free ly Into use It was propheslsd that loras would sell cheaply and that there woulll be lut little use for horses but see the preront prMo al though horses are Qs plentiful n ev- ier Similar tears were entertained when the wlnq machine was lnvet ed It was claimed that there would be no more use rOT SOIVID grls but line waving machine actually made Work for dressmakers rather than lessened their etlarte Never buy a horse without severe testing ot wind lungs Have horses driven fast and long then stop and put your ear toIlIlck and chest or horse Few men think to do this Look horses aU over It Is a big job to but bean It rgqulres an ezpeet a veterinarIan doctor In tact At present prices do nt bUY unless Y1 kn9fW horses are sound and not doctored Close the nostrils a few momenta then it horse cottght his 11inIa are bad A horse dOCtor says k fsl nw that tie recently examined 140 gorses for sale at Buffalo N Y and found only six that eIe sound Building Contracting It you are going to butid a new house or repair the old one I would like to make you prices on the cyst or the labor and can furnish the ma terial if desired Will work In the country also Good references D W WAKELAND Builder Contractor Hartford Ky v Report of the condition o- fFordsuille Banking Company Doing Business at Town of Fordsviie County Of OMo State of Kentucky at the Ccseo4 Aus- iaess on the 5th11y of June 1910- RESOURGEE1S Loans and Dlseounte with one or more eln dorsers or bwetlcsl 12417048 Real IOuSite Mortgages and Liens 160203G Can Loons on Col lateral 00 Time Loans on Cot Lttrra and MOrtgagE on persenalproper I t916959- U S Bonds 00 Other Stockgl3ond- sac 954000 5390043 Due fromNational Banks 687007 Due from State Banksand Bankers 00 Due from Trust Companies 00 687007 United States and j Nallooal Bank- Notes and Specie 850100 S0100 Checks and other c3h ttems 33273 Exchange for Clearing House 00 33273 Overdrafts secured 138L Overdrafts unse cured 2530- G29l1 Taxes 01- Curlen Expenses Paid 9274 Real state Banking House 70000 Other Real EState 521G Furniture and Fixtures 174800 Other Assets not Included under any of above heads 00ITotal S329a67 LIABILITIES Capital Sock paid in In cash 1510000 Surplus Funds 81640 Undivided Profits 76231 Fund db pay Taxes 00 1667871 Deposits subject to chock on Which interest Ls not paid 1700753- Doposts subject so check on Whficlt da terostls Paid 955450- Demand Oartlflcate3- of t1JG on whIch Interest tit paid 00 Time CesilUcatesl ot1 tfs on wh6ohrinterest 1s paid 3803893 Savings Deposits on which lntemst Is raid 00 Certified Checks 00 6460096 Due National Banks 00 Duo State BankS and Bankers 200000 Due Trus Corn paulee 00 Cashiers Cheoks- outstainding 1600 Notos and BllLs re- dseouutod 00 Bills payable 09 201690 Tax fdue and unpaid 00 Unpaid Dividends 00 Other Liabilities not Included under any- of the above head 00 Total 8323561- StaJe or KentuckY Courv y ol OhioSeatt to I Morris Wi1eon Cashier Of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the albove statement ls true to the beet of knowledge and be1i f- lIioRRlS WILSON Cashiers Subnenlbed and sworn to before met his 7th day Of July 1910 LMy Communion expires January 20 1914 J T SMITH Jr Niltary public J T 9311T111 JR W AFLEMISTER OLLA WILSON Dlreqto11S The Festival of Injury The phrnsemaker ought to lhave a good time on t11e tl c foul Fourth Only once a year Is he permitJed to trot out such resonant alllteraotves- as Q boiOCAULt or bbrr Tand such shudderY pthetB Q8 an orgy of mutilation The elect will simile In sa eI ior toleralnce ottle yellow newspapers as they read thulr lurid hcad- 1nee4hat Js the elect adU smile if they have lout no houses try tilte boUnd up run bloody Idle thumblesu hands aanqutalcr no shattered child limbS feared no imnpendtng horror of loekJaw bandaged no slghtles baby- eyes and never knOlt ra agony beside the sudden couch of death It is to be hopedbut perhaps not to be expected4Tat the same grltVohlsker- ed gentlemen who annually agitate themsely s into warlike demands for World Peace and the same dear old lady ea1nta who wooek QErothebUllIiing- Qf various brands wiU all turn to and help suppnas the batari ks of ao expiotilve combustive destItlQtlv- emutUath1 Fourth Boys will be boys urgrs3 one oompkwnatly and thus encourages an Insane test5tvai of inJury that amorally prevents thous ands of else happy youngsters from ever again being normal children If men and wornon wont pity and pro toot the children what shall we say- of such men and womenJ B E In July Ltpplncots 0 Sunday School of the South Knoxville Tenn June 21 July 211910 Tickets on sale June 1920212ii26 July 2910 and 16 1910 Final return lImit fifteen days from date Of sale Extension or final limit to Septem ber 30th 1910 may be secured by depositing ticket with special agent and payment Of fEe or 100 at time Of deposIt Fare for round trIp 955 J E WILLIAMS At Beaver Dam Ky Two Anecdotes Byron auhsctdtd was once caught In a preUcameut that many people experIence dally and that IIi getting Into a Conveyance Of some kind and then not hating the money W pay the fare Tile driver or the omnibus Into which Rothwhlld entered demanded his fare and the Baron feeling In ho pockets dlsoovreed that he had no change The driver was very 11ngr y what did you got In tar di you have no money I am Baron Rol1schlld explained the great eapltald and there Is mr card The driver scornfully tossed the card away Never heard uf you before said he and dont want to hear of you again What I Want Is your fare The banker was In great haste Look here le an order for a million he Slid give me the change And lie proffered a coupon for that amountThe stared and the passengers laughed Fortunately a frIend oi tine baron entered the omnibus at the mo ment and taking In the situation Im mediately paid the fare The driver realizing hIs mistake and reeling rc morsefulsaid to the baron It you want ten francs sir I dont mind lending them to you on my own account A Wretched Mlltake Ito endure the itching painful distress of piles There no nero to Llstm I suffered muoh from Piioj writes will A Marsh or SUer City N CI till I got a bOx or Duok1cn Arnica Salve and was coon oured Burns Bolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema Cuts Chapped HandS OhilblalDiS vanish before It 25e lilt all druggists en- SMALLHOUS If Too Late for Lust Week July 6alas A W Bennett JaCk SOn Mam was a gUst or his iarents near here recently Mr T E Drake OwenllbOro asa guest or iris mother Dirs Sallie fluke last Sunday air Roy Faubht and Mh s Carrie T3lUe3 Were niarired at Harifold lase Sunday eveeaing Mr Luther Addlngtoo and MIM Qra Brown were srarried near datanzas Sunday Mrs Dannlel Fill died last Friday at tier home near here otter a long ill nQiJ or con8Ump lan Her remains Were taken to Nelson Creek olio ieh Saturday for tnkeruenL She twss an estimable lady and will he sadly missal She leaves a husband and tso- daughteiu to mourn her loss Iesldds- a bost ot Mends Mr R D Hunter and little son Robert L QunutJSOn Cololpdo are the guests or Mru dfunters parents air and Mrs RObert Hunter Mr and tITS Seth Hunter return ecl Tuesday from a few days Yis1t to their niece Mrs James S Trunnell Utica Several tram here attended the reunion at Hartford July 4th They report a raLnOtime and a good supply olrnudWe Nan AdWngtonMrs Ed Hu 4 L 1 IeetSatMonday night bliss Vera HlIIWkIDB Hartford is a guoltof Miss Nan Addln tan Mr and Mrs O W Overhuls left Sunday for cedar Edge Col They spent July 4 Jl at St Louis the guests Oif their cousin Mrs Henry GrievES Mr and lIft LewLg Fulkornon were- guests of Mr and Mrs clark lsleheart near Moorman Sunday lla T L Wlthrof and children of Central City returned home tram a visit o her parents Sunday Trinnial ConcleaveKnights Templar Aug 13For above occasion Illinois Centml Railroad Co give spool III rate nn l1GO round trip from Bearer Dam Ky special rates from other points on approcatlon dates of sale August 4 5 6 and 7 1910 Final return limit August 17th exoout up on oolOSlt of ticket and payment Of too of GO cents an extension or final limit to Sept 6th 1910 may be secured J E 1VILLIAMS Agent S Sayings of Lincoln No man is goad encuglt to govern another man witdtout that otJlerscon seutThe Lord prefers commonlooking people That 19 why He made so mialmy- of them It daD er ever reaches us It must spnIr up amongst us It cannot come from abroad I have bOOn driven many times to an kn es by the overwhelming conviction that 1 had nowhere ehe to go Ono boor man colored though lie be with God on his silo ds stronger against usthan the hosts Of the It- beUlon Tine probability that we may fall In the struggle ought Loeto dEter us from the support of a cause that We deem to be just Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement will the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper One year for 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour nal and one Or the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage Of this offer tf- r The Filthy House Fly Dont forge a moment thwt the fly Is born fu manure and comes straight from swill buckets spittons offal to your dining table if he can putebly- get drro the house lit was dubbed tae year the ty- phcdd fly because he had been convicted or spreading typhoid by wholesale In army camps and elsewhere I 1s aLe the dysentery fly hay lug rsnreyed dseane and d1ttil to oeuntless clldlln lhtie Ire ab- U hed facts Rumenmor that wehen and where ab solute delnllneiSo prevails there will be no lIIes- look daily after the garbage cans See that they are clean sprinkled with keiYsene oil arid effectively covered Dr all means whatever precautions way be taken or uut taken dont let the riles get near the milk Don t let a fly alight on the chl- tdrtns food or your own Sufferers who say they have tried everything without benefit are the people we are looking for We want then to know from glad experience that Elys Cream Balm will conquer Cold In the Head Hay Fever and owtlnuoo forms or Nasal Catarrh ThIs remedy acts directly on the inflamed sensitive membranes Cleansing sooth Ing and healing One trial will con vine you or Its healing power price SOc AU druggIsts Or malted by Ely Brea tiG warren St New york a Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Com pany authorizes round trip tickets sold as follows Corulean Ky 35E East View Ky 215- Grayson Springs Ky 165- Chlcao lii 1615 Tickets on sale May 1nh 1910 to September 30th 1910 inclustya Final return limit Oat 31st 1910 Damson Springs Ky 230 round trip ttakes on sale dally Flloal re turn six snaaths from date Of sale The above rates apply trom BeaTer Dam Ky Low rakes from other eta tonsan appllcaMon T 193 WILLIAMS Agent J Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Monteagle Bible School July 1525 nstlItuteOr salo June 80 July 516222329 30 and August 12 1910 final return September stb 1910 Fare for round trip 700 7 J E WILLIAMS Agt fB ver Dam Ky I L Rt ark i 1 No Man is Stronger Than Hs StomachA strong man is strong all fiver No man can be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from Ime other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im stomachiscontained In food which is the source of all physical strength when a manc doesnt feel just right II uncomfortablefeeling irritable and depoad r eat he Is losing the nutrition needed to make strength Such p man should ass Dt Plerces Golden Medical Discovery It cures dIseases of the stomach and otherorgans of diacation and nutrition It enriches the blood lprlgorates the liver strengthens the kIdneys nourishes the nerves and so GIVES HElLTII LVO STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalcoholic medicine or NOWN COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper W L DOUCLAS 3 OO350400II oo- SHOES Best In the Worldj 2OO and 250feat CM f I ied L Douglas hor lhe lowest price quality considered in the world i Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your shoes the nut time you need a pair live W LDOUIII shoes a trial You can save money on yourI footwear and let shoes that are just as good in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices S If you could visit our large factories at Brockton Mau and e for yourself how carefully W L DoIailahoel are I made you would then understand why they hold their shape fit better and I wear longer than other makes R- eAtr1oNw I Douglas name ant pdee Ion the bottom to protect lIp wearer uolnojItamlf lnrenorshoes No Mnastl It WI nongias sho arc not for sate In vicinity write for SIsI erdetC5loe V II G- sDtockloutaes0 R BALE UT CARSON COMPANY I ORrunTiD1- I Hartford Kentucky McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect lit sImpeicity and reliability nearly 4t years in nearly eoer cilan town In United States and Canada or by malt direct More sold than any other make Send tot tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subteribers than an othet fashion mapEinemlilion a month Invaluable Lat est stylellpattern I dressmaking milline needlework hairdressing etiquette good stories etc Only 51 cents a pattemSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium aulogue and new cash price offers Address TIT Rccill Co Z3S to US W S7t11 SL NEW TetE ElectricBitters Succeed when everythIng else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH ROUBLE it Ia the best medicIne ever sold over a druggists counter tt+ t Wh 4 tllflllfffttl + fllfttt ITHE KENTUCKY- i light and Power Co h if INCORPORATE- DWILLI WIRE YOUR J1OUSR aT COST I i LIGHTS ARE CLEAN iHEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACHIE G BARRASS Manager i tttOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and COurlerJoumal 15Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPEBLICAN and TwiceiiWeekOwPnsboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE LtEPUBLICAD and Dally vwensooro inqUirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 TILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 0000000 capital and 19 years success to secure poBitiona under reasonable con ditions or refund tuitw- nBOOKKEEPING acceptinghlBookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can convince you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they knew it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE lnMPOUUDl EVANSVILLE ADUCAH tfASHvtLLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS tvIi t1i l r V 1RINLiAVijORAMEETS DEAT I Balloons i Collayses 100 Feet thefGround Dourmunouth Erglnnai July The flr flying tournRlJ1lt of- year In Eagk ud was brought to a d gfce1oeethis mornIng by the dranm tic deathof the most drriug and i- iItulnr o llrJbh aviator the lion Char yes B Rolls third ton or Lord L1a- gatock In the Onesecce of n great j hiconIDanywhom Were ladles and children nud many personal friends of the oung aviator the Wright bktane on whlchI lie was flIng tell buddenly with telI title tJ eed tram a height of 100 teotl It struck the ground ctosu to thei dootnrslalldtlllOt was Herd I The event in which Rolls WILl rom peting vas for a prizo fur the aIa tor nllgllt1lg iware t a given mark NARROWS daJulyderson this Wk Usa Iaulle Shultz visited her frie Mlsd Ruth Hanrarouds Horner ti first of the Week Messrs Calvyn Loyd and Enlmet Willis Echo Were at home SUI1 dayIllr Mervll Grant wen to Owens born Tuesday Mr Carson Sbreve and faintly 1ia moved to wewtboro Bliss Virginia Maldrn Oweusbor- is o visiting her graronts this week Miss Pauline Nickols Cloverport J8 h- vlfJtlng Mr J ll Renfrow and fan 11 ltrs Nora llldkiff and daughte rs Lexington are vlslting rela Ives her- elilies ly Mary and AnnCPaiueu 1- 1vlngton are visiting tIliilda whIte this week tr J H Thomas was In IIOTre Branch Saturday to attend the APpel- late Judicial DIstrict commltI llr and liry Lawrence Daniel and chlhllln UTe vlsltlnt their tnothe- D1rs r Danll of Olaton Iu Itoseco llewley Owensboro- vlslting ls relatives here thIs week l1IEt lleele lllley who has been vie1ttrg ber brother In Os for the past two weeks returned 1- iTyre day Mrs Harriet Wellr died of tie lncklent to old ge at her Iome tie ar Sulphur SPring Tuesda Were taken to UleCkeuTldge 1orburlllJ Wednesday Dire Weller was eight flv years of ago at the trine of her rUncleflux lie Is e4htyelght years oldluda there EeOOIli little for his new inerryatFAIRthJulyMunday with 111rI UeiIe Raley tlch ur llLs Beano P8 a lictlcal teach or ItIrsvided her lou Mr J S Huge unJ fatally Sunday Mr Mack Bryant null wife who hat been vltIUng relatives near Morton PSundaHome at Howell tulhutaMutirray MSS 33 lroretia 11111 Beulah wlhon thaxatIda ItrDIHushes11131 Dora Fauht vlsitud ilks Sar- Jaiatlon A Salem Sunday aI s1 c W Dtuellwife and lilt WJrr Cecil and sirs Martha unit Car stun vlsCed Mrs C C White Suday tat6r Byron Myer is an the sICk UII at Sunday School Convention The Ohio County Sunday School ty 011ln IIJllendlcl occasion Tho conventional Irealdev1rofCCJuatusand nt I printed was follower closely as to time and There IlartsofSometlvc talks were made The schools lOll and delegates ropresenting them IethollI1stQu AllcejRhleills HlckIsuory edbertBaker Beaver Dam Christian DrA S D Taylor hearer Dam Baptist CO1stpaChapelHarper Mt Zion Miss Floy Taylor Williams Mines Mr A P Mnton tied Shiloh Rev Harper The report ot the nominating con mltteo was received and the toltow r S Jn su eningson Hartford Vice President C D TreasHemef ary IIeaver Dam Intermediate Grade F L Sahdertur Hartford Adult J H Thomas Deaver Dam Visitation II L Taylor Beaver DamOrganlzatlot Dr E1V Ford Hartford It was decided by unanimous Yote to hold the convention at Centertown next year Dy a like vote the thanks ot the convention were tendered to the peo rehea 1was gIven to the two Hartford papers for the space given the convention and all Sunday School workI COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE I July 13net Birch Shlclda filled s regular wtipoitrtment Ilt Cool Spring Sntul day and Sunday lira Etfly Baker and little son RUb ot Luzetve are tlsitlttg her mother Irs Mary Burgess Mr Byron Taylor Soho has been on the jlok 1lei for a fate dayn Is tob Improlnug tlaldI Messrs Marvin and Arol Hacker 11Ie1r LogHnSI11 were the gtteste of I and Ray Stevens SundayIBro Xutter lliller tt 3laiday Mr Fr d Rafferty and wife and It tie Il1ugller rlaftcd Mr sus tilts C M StC1 ensn Saturday ntht md SUIII y and spent the folloxf ug night withI Ir and Dirs Tolbert Miller- nd oflMr Charlie Stevens and wife reBearer Dam were the gUor air and lire C M SWrettti SUlld3 afternoon ofI 11r C Di Taylor na3 is this y Sunday WALTONS CREEK I teiJuly 12Mr A 1 tCIILa rnn who has been 01 ill tf quite l while b thought to lw LIIiSC Irene Protidene luster hetterIWJIlle DI31rop guetl ofMr W P Maddox and faint Saturday lit and lire Ellen bishop and IrsI BloihllJ1 daughter Slhs Gtuce RhU1w ilfamll IIofweexmeMaster Walter little Em of Sir ar- lhs Enlinet Render x hv has brrn quit sick Is soma heter L Blandr Gels Two Years and Six Months Joe L Dlandord who for about years was cashIer of the West ouisville flank Il branch crank of I Owensboro flanking Company who It wlll be remembered a lit tie over aear ago emhezzeled that stitution of something near S1C rhas Itthiso years and six months In full for the charge the Commonwealth had against him j This case has created some In llatiess county and owin the relations Judge lrkhead sus tamed to the banking institution It If judgeIcase was called three times before Mal disposition twice before Judge of Dowling Green and the Itme before Jude McKenzie oss of Bowling Green D1undford made good about h 000 of the money he secured from e bank leaving a loss of over 10uthe Institution sustained by his entries and peculations whichlsaid to have covered Il out often years S of E Convention Aug 5th Notice ls hereby given o all ntent berg of the A S of E 1n KentuckY that a reolutlon was adopted by the State Concntlon helll In Fiunktort- lu January 1910 IS follows ylz We recommend that a delegate con tvntlon he held August Ltli and 6th 101I11l1Ie to determine thc policy and attitude of the Ameyoan Soole of Fqufty tuward the tnrlau3 pools farm produos In Kentucky net xltn the American Society at- MFiluhy fllSo lilt accord with the foregoing res ulutton xe give nRlee to all members thofv see that your County Un ends her full qucta of tfelegatos which is two dlegates nt largo and- o delaue for each two hundred momllcrs or major fraction thereof III bavirrUelnocounty should be representc hy least one delegate lit to expect at that all Dopari1nent Unlon of trio S of E wm also be well rlJJre the seated osProvldvd tar in bylaws and ot these Fovoral De and cpeclally all members City e State Executive Board are noU xlth to attend Respectfully J CCANTRILL presiel B Robertson Sec T I I 0U can celebrate your independence every day so far as clothes 1 are concerned independence of high cost of good clothes independence of doubt about qualityof uncertainty about style and good tail 1 oringr Hart Schaffner Mari Clothes j 4 are a constitutional guaranty of all thats best in good wearabIes you know what youre getting when you buy them you pay less than theyre AllwooldalwaysA l Suits 18 to 3O i iE P BARNES 21RS 4 Th I Clothesg j iJO A SMALLHOUS July 13Shelhy Bullock SOil ut 11 r and lire Joe Bullock of near bar died at the home of iris parents sat July 9tll after all hour of intense auterln Hex ysbofli Dec Gth and leases his mother and lathe r sister and three brotl1E11i1 and a 110 HeIWas a boy one that xns loved by all Mph knew him ills yiarens have the sy- irathy I of all In thls their sad honor i bervavetttent Rev R D Bennett con ducted the funeral exercises after which Mil body was laid to font In Jqunllty cemetery Mr and lira David Luck turd two lll1dltllliCentCTtuWn lit and 1I9 Thomas l113ho11 baLtinzas llr and Zs r Lave Bullock and children dlas Ma Bishop uienburg Mr an- rs L B Otorltuls KirtleylUs Nnn hop and lItle daughter An l ll1- Kiurblvy rl near CentertQwlI attendsd- e funeral or Mr Shelby Bullock SJuday Miss MayilelloEanterday iean teatb- 1ng near here Monday daughter loss Mag Hunter Js hire guest ofr Ir and JIr3 L D Qvprlruls Kirtley- 1Ira Lewis Fulkerson Is 4aachlu g the Brown school bongo near here 11r and Mrs Ersklne Fulkerson an guests of their brother Mr Ow- utiter ell uad family at Hartford Mteo er Raymon Wlt row Central is attending school xttd boarding hlsgrattdParents near here IMr John Iglehvart entto Gen saturday iti Mr Charlie Kimbley Sr Owensbo ro f Is lu our midst the guest ot his nephew Dlr C C11mb1oy lItt1esoneare guests i 1 and Mrs J C Drake this week ollessrs P L and Bud Wood Ce robe were to our mtidstc4londayt Mr and lr8 Jake iglehcaot rove 1the guests ot Mr and Dlra Sam With row Sunday Mr and Mr Worth Fulkereon were the guest8 of their parents DIr and 3his Bob raiaahexe near Cerndv Sunday Mr and Aire Erk Fulkerson and Mr nadDirs BI11Addfngtot and 1ltJe daughter Cosie were otbe guests of Mr and Dra Dflt Kimbley near Ce salvo Saturday night Amohg the Lodges tHarllor4Eapterlll Star Chapter held nn nterc ttlJog dSIIQJI lad lIOlrd- acen and ntllrtfd one a indLda Ayer the lnhlaU n ovromonlbs aid Urhbful 1inlchcon was atrred for h HetWeVersa Duke Tim Citnpter Yleaidudt take a yac3lJon during lout Iveatber Rough nl1CT Iicdge No 110 Knight ioty thlaa gave the iKntght rnnktoseven Esgttiit s at the regular inLet lug last Tuesday oveaing Although many of iho members compOIJlng tbe- old team noose atrsent the Work was put on In a h1ghJyc 1tubleiJrianner- r bya team composed of many new ltpembera NoticetiCra1lronl junk of al- klndeat 1 any Umex fir EUlet The Produce lan l4 H z 10 BALD KNOB JulY 13Several Attrarded aneeti TuesdarTuesday night and he excellent sermons preached bY Re Crooch nlcelyreThere Atl bep ea gg bore Hex t fenbodYCombites Wssle Asoby of Onin Iy Is vlsltlD6 her sister sirs Verf1J Elm bry n few days We arecorilmplntlng a grand re rivalatthls ll1 hi the near future ibiLs Lucindtti Young ofChnhTex asis vlsltlvi friends In thtanegb borhoad Miss Chloe pleas ant EP I1tTuescfutnghiWlth MIss Harriett sand lur Sunday Soho + iht this hurch next Sunday morxa1r igtio a cU SchOOlbeganr at t4tL flCaant last bIer Tbere w er0 n good many seliol Sts present j 3tondayWe hdpo nil will lave good succccs with theIr VChoqlsOJ 1IpilgainMIr Olaregce A1leti sailed stn lfIe3 Harriett Sattderfue Surday atfrnoon People are with their work on account 6t8 much rain left Jim Tolman sold family or RoOrI Roy vistt 3IrJ U Torrance Moo day and Monday tllghL 4 I SALEM + July i3ReY Halley tilled his ieg ular appointment at this place Sun I day andttherYl1z and Mrs J W Ddnfel near Narrows last week Verda JMrpearSunnydaiocommunity lastaveek DIr and Mrs C A Wlison vlsitted- erh parents Mr J W York QI1d dam 1diylIT Claren4binsons children of 1 grandparenteMr rIondaywith0 OLATON July 731Ir Vernon CrQwdcr Is loW teaching hIs tbUd term of school j at this plate Anew sclicolrbuliding will probabl Lo erected before the cotnpletl9nOr 4hee present term A large crowd ls4expected to be III nttPndalloCu iit the picnic which will bo given here July 16th frompBro Rublmon ot 1tJcH Who t oCsunmrlelirerzdan interesting seiiototi t5lon returnedTo Lhe paint brush and thqskilledc- atdrsntrrs Is attdbutedth recoof1m 1 proYentetitlDiour tow TherealdeaCe and buslDeS hatsea rceel ected theapp9araoceOf r structures i krr xi