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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Lp ttrtfrt Itpttblican Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE JEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year t VOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JULY 221910No1SIMPSON JURY FAILS TO AGREE i Six for Conviction and Six for Acquittal t Verdict of Guilty Would Have Been Reached But for One Man OTHER NEWS OF THE COURTS Obdo Circuit Court adjourned last Saturday at noon alter a two weeks t apodal term caned for the purpose of trying Ithe cases of itihe Conunon ivealith of Kentucky against George Simpson and OWs Beard The Jury In itlhe1 Simpson oaS failed to agree Six of them being for conviotton anti Six for acquittal Tios8 holding out for tim conviction were W L Leach a T Brown Erk Fuilfceron Elmer Trtnsley HardIn Hoover and Ves Dickens itihose favoring ami acquittal were Jo L Masale S L King J W Dual L L Embrj J ai Vincent and Dud Tatum We have been Informed by several members of the Jury rthat J L Maggie led the tight in the Jury room for an acqufttail of ilhel accused and four or live of the members of the Jury have informed us th31AafVer dotf of conviction carrying it tep years tn the penitentiary Mould hRrio been reached end was doi ao- agrteed upon by eJevea of the jdrs except for the fact that Mr Mace strongly held out for an acquittal or Wno verdict at all On the rust vote the Jury stood dx for conviction and six for acquittal We Jury had deliberated from Friday afternoon t unfit 130 Saturday afternoon when they were discharged by the court there being no possibility yM an agreement Wing reached This tie second trial of this case the Jury hawing failed to agree on n former tonal which Was had at the Ma term of court The fond of the dgfen dant was fixed at 1000 whit heave his attorneys Heavrln fc Woodward executing same for him It Is part of the understanding in fixing the band at this amount that Simpson remove himself and effectsfrom the neighborhood In which he lives the court re serving the right rf he falls to do this to increase the bond to an amount such as that he cannot give have Mm arrested and again placed In Jail where he has been since the last term of court This case will again be tried at the coming October termof court when 4t la tcgtdd by the prosecution a conviction can be had Trthloh they believe will be the result as they are now irn aJOSseiion of additional evidence wbtch tends to dhow his guilt Ohio County Fiscal Court met In Y adjourned session at the courthouse last Saturday The purpose of fch Fe frequent meetings la to keep in touch with the road working which under the present system requires more at teD than it formerly dVd Quarterly Court convened in reju Mr session Monday and continued two days A considerable amount of bUst jtesa was disposed of a Mange number of uses having been tried The case of toe Commonwealth against Haryle Emfory charged wHi having used abusive and Insulting lan guage resulted 4n his conviction The- ca of the Commonwealth olgainat W S Allen charged wltlh having obstruct ed a rood or pathway resulted in the jury foiled to agree This Js the sec ond trial of the caee the jury having fallied to agree on a previous trial The examining trial of Sam Sharp charged wteh iburglary was held before Judge Wedding last satun e4rite wait took the case under axiyteement after hearing the evidence ands wild Deliver an ppindon thereon tDlaflew days A warrant was sworn out Monday by G B SmWh charging J H Long wtth tie offense of using abusive and t therebyFtoIJ byrTheedoteRoach caargiBK her with having dam iritted a bread of the ppabe by as saulting hte wife and little gun on wea J the road near the hatters home a few days ago- Feeling is High Against Prisoner Calhoun Ky July 16nM A San defur formerly ct the Beech Grove neighborhood who wan arrested in Evansvllle today was brought to Congkiton tonIght nod is in the cus tody of Justice Llttfe at his home He will be brought to Calhoun too morrow and placed In jail He will be arraigned the early part of the week on the warrant charging him with criminally assaulting the afflict ed daughter of John Smith one of the most prominent farmers of the count it is alleged that the crime was committed about four mouths ago Sandefur left the county and went to Owen oro and thence to Evansvllle where he was arrested today The daughter of Mr Smith Is afflicted In both body and mind There Is much feeling over the alleged crime in this county and It Is feared that there will be troubl- eROOSEVELT WILLHELP NEPHEW I Promises to Stump for Theodore Robinson if He is Nominated Oyster Bay N Y July 18 Theodore Roosevelt today made his first statement regarding the candidacy of his nephew Theodcre Douglas Robin son who Is seeking the Congressional nomination in Herkimer anti Oneida counties New York Jlr Robinson had luncheon with Colonel Roosevelt today The statement in port Is as followsMy nephew Theodore Robinson 13 a candidate for the Congressional nomination in the Twentyseventh district comprising Herkimer and Onelda counties He toll me he did not desire ine to take any pant what ever in the nomination because he specially desired this matter should be settled by lets neighbors in1 Herkimer and Oneida absolutely without any outside interference of any kind Wit he dcslredto know whether in the event of his nomination I would come up and speak for him I told him tha of couree I would forI have long hoped he would go Into active politic because I have a high regard for hid Judgment and ability and he anti I are in accord In our views of public ques tions FOR THE BUSY READER It will require several xnomha to make preparations for establishing postal savings banksSt Chloo Boca la said to have resign ed oa Minister Gwuoral of the Mad riz Cabinet lu Nicaragua A Masonic lodge at Marietta 0 conferred konorary degrees upon Prei idIOt Taft dud Gev Harmon I Speaker Joseph Cannon gave notice in a speech at Emporia Kansas that he was not out of the race for Speaker James J Corbeitt claims to have an unknown who he hopes wrll show i hlmitelf fit to win the title that Jaf fulw lost to Johnson cut Reno Several of the lesgajtlons Sit Caracas Venezuela have cabled their Govern tntentA that there are a few euspcoed cages of the plague in that city The Baltimore 8 Ohio Southwest ern mllroad has executed a new Icon tract by which it will pay increased i wages to its engineers The new scale will become effective Augut 1 s Col RobseveV announced that he would speak for his nephew Theodore Douglas RoWjison in case he receives the Republican nomination foe Con gress to Herklmer and Onedla counties New York S + The ajpllcaUon of President Tufts supposed final ruling on what con deda8ItbI petition of the alleged whisky trust I DEFIANCE FOR ENEMIES Uncle Joe Cannon Declares He is Still In Fight Will Enter Republican House Caucus and Abide By Ma jority Rule Burllngame Kan July IS Joseph G Cannon will not take himself out of the race for the Speakershlp of the next House of Representatives TMa he mand plain near the con elusion of his speech at EmponiaKan this afternoon He Bald he would abide by the will of the Republican caucus if the Republicans control the next Congress but that no muck raking magazine could make him say he would not be a candidate In other wordshe said he would not make an effort to win the Speakerahlp yet the emphasis with which he spoke made it plain that If the Republican mucus should nominate him he would be willing to servo Speaker Cannons remarks on the Speakershlp were made just before he left the platform at Emporia o catch a train for Burllngarnewhere tonight he made his third political speech in the Kansas primary campaign Speaker Cannons utterances on the Speakership aglow I am Speaker and an Man oh 4 next I will have been Speaker for eight years a longer continuous term than any man ever served as Speaker sr the foundation of the Govern There has been only one man wtoo 1 had a longer service of Speaker than I have had and there was on interim of tour yews in his service That was when Henry Clay iwho IK the aggregate served ten years as speaker Somebody has got to be the scapegoat through magazines and ie ters Candidates for Congress are asked Will you pledge yourself net tp vote for that old Czar for Speaker Oh the scapegoat this little 154 pounds of clay cannot hear many sins off Into tihe wilderness If my constituency is as kind to me as has been for ithlityslx years I will go tack if Gcd spares my life nod be in the next Congress either in the majority or in he minority and I would rather be there In a Repub lican minority a real virile Republican minor than to be one of an ap parent majority that could not stake ac count of stock and know from one day to the citoer whether it was itau majority or the minority They want ed me to pledge that I would not be a samdldate for speaker if the RepublV cans have a majority of the next House They will meet In caucus and select a candidate for the speaker I will be In that caucu and I will vcrefor the man the caucus selects I know of no crime I have committed that should bar me from entering a Repub lican caucus If you ak whether I want to be rDttnla1dvesbeen speaker that long because my f end Sougbt I could be most use fug as a member of Congress In that position Butt as long as God lets mo live the muck raking periodical and orprogrQtveRepublicans thdit I will not a candidate for Speaker any more than they shall make me say if win again elected to Congress that lAvlll not be a candidate for Speak called PALO Jul 18 Health is generally good at this writlg Mrs Mary White and children Les ter Mervll and Halley visited her parents Mr Rufus Boyd and family near Fordsvllle Monday this being his 57 birthday Mm dame Maiden of Palo visited her broker Rufus Boyd Monday Mr John wills was in our mldt last Monday Mr Jim Smith near HartfordBras In our midst Monday Mr James King and family visited Mn George Russell and family last Sunday Mr Kmet Berry and hG grand mother dim Dcneeee went Ho BuW 4- ix j e tcou y on a visit last week Mrs De neeal will Etay a few days MrlJ S F Ezell returned from ray lor Mines where she has ben visiting her laughter Mrs Ida QtOwoH- tLiittle Halley white whose illre 3 was mentioned in the paper last weep isre beater J Divide Tobacco Money rievderson Ky July 18 Final distribution of the money received for iV 1909 tobacco pool In this district was hegira oday when about 20000 was paid the growers Duping net week 150000 will be paid to growers of Union Webster Hojklii3 Crltitenden and Henderson counties the greater amount going to Wjibiier county store than 90 per cent of the 1910 crop Is already piedg ed ltd is said- GREEN RIVER ASSOCIATION INCORPORATES Without Capital Stock and Not For Making of Money by Individuals Articles of ineorpom ion were filed Saturday afternoon by the GWen River Tobacco Growers association In the office of the county clerk The corporation ds without a capital stock as he object Is not the mak ing of any money by any individuals but is the aiding of all the poolers of tobacco iu the association and Is for their benefit and welfare The articles state that the object of the association Is to aid and as sist the farmers of the association to secure Just and reasonable prices for Qie crops that they grow to determ ine Uie amout of tobacco that U to be gjcwn In tile court y and wen- gage hi the business cf pooling grading handling and selling the cropS tiRiTJitiuBoclatlon also has the pow er to recent or buy real estate Q1llro rent lease build or buy warehouses for foe handling of the crc7 and It Js also provided that the coniipany may engage in the business to It bit membera Owetiiiboro Messtmger CEDAR GROVE July 1SWe are having plenty of rain In this community Fj leads and relatives of Mrs Rebec ca pagan gave her a surprise birthday dinner the 17th In honor of her 6Sth bidlriay Mr Tom Wedding Is very ill with typhoid flux and old age Mr and Mrs Jesse Johnnton visited relatives at Sulphur Springs Saturday ands Sunday Miss Mln le Wedding Is visiting Miss NtUle Woodward at Hartford this week Mr and Mrs Wayne BosiweJl Oak Grow vlsltcd relatives here Saturday and Sunday Misses Maggie Wedding nail May Foreman spent the day with Miss Vera Magan Sunday Mr Edgar Magan will leave for Illi nols soon Quarterly me Mng at Mt Vernon Sunday RALPH July 18 Scfhool began toduywith Leslie Greer teacher Rev Fuqun tilled ihis mIJPoln lent at the Baptist Church Sunday Several from hero aWfiiiRjd the star meeting at Wes er1leld Friday Mrs J L Wade returned home Sun day titer a weeks ivlsit at B C Greors Adaburg Mr and Mrs RosMe Taylor Whtes vllle vlsdied at Mr and Mrs R F Taylors Sunday Mn Meatlan Mngan who has been very sick is much Improved- Mr Robert Taylor and Miss Addle Edge attended church at Sugar Grove SundayCrops are much damaged In the lowland abnose a total lots in scene places Notice Tobacco growers are requested to sign pooling pledges and forward thor to C E Smith County Secretary at the very earliest possible date It la Important to the Finance Committee that the know as eon as possible the amount of tobacco that will be pooled this year Please Attend to thU mat ter arid end in the pledges Dr FORD Chmn F COm t 1 ENGINE DOWN EMBANKMENT Remarkable Escape of En gineer From Death Fireman John Reynolds Meets Horrible Death Beneath Wreck HateS Je Ky July lSA land slide caused by She recent heavy rains wrecked westbound pn wiigtr train No 145 on the Henderton Route shortly after midnight this morning killing Johu Reynolds of Ixxilivlflte the fireman and badly bruising anl cueing Ida Lee of Lewltiwrt SIbur Slaughter of HawesvHe and Maud Williams and Btrtie Taylor of Hawes vllle AU the Injured ate iibsrcvA They will recover No Ole else was seriously hurt though several even shaken up and iiighlly bruLs kl The wreck occurred at whet it known as the Xarrovanbouta mile and u half above Haw avilk whew the railroad runsalongthe side of Uie bluff overlooking the river The train was just rounding a curve and was going at the ratio of about forty miles an hour whet it rushed inro the slide The engine tender und baggage car deft the track the bag gage car rolling over and over and the engine plunging down a forty foot embankment almost to the hurledfromWee embankment the baggage car rolled over him breaking his nEck The smoker and day coach left the track but did nott turn over though they ran several hundred feet over the ties before being stopped Engineer Bush had a most remark able escape He did nut have time to Jump and stuck to his engine riding It down the embankment He was not even scratched as the engine did ncit turn over- Flrmran Reynolds was of Louis ville but married a Cloverport wo man and made his home In That town Ills wife and one child survive him His body will be taken to Cloverport for burial The track was torn up for several hundred feet and the train service zany be delayed for some hours There were a number of passen gers bound from Louisville fo St Louis on the train and It Is considered remarkable that none of them was injured especially as he smoker and day coaches bounced along on the ties for such a long ddranoe Only the fact that the two pullman coaches remained on the track prevented the front or lighter cars from turning over WHITESVILLE Jnly 201058 Golda Cecil Hartford is spending a few weeks with rlends and relatives at tills place ors Lizzie Kinchetoo la the guest of her aunt Mrs Harriet Greer bliss Bray spent last week with her cousin Miss Ola Howard Mr Clarence Street and family aro visiting Afro Stretrta parents Mr and Mrs A P Brooks Boodle Evans Oweueboro trade a business trip to our town Monday Dr D Hayntg dentlii fa ot Fords vllle for a few dafs praoHliag his profession Dr Barrett Deanflekl was in town yesterday morning Tire M W of A will try their ace Cream eupi er over en Saturday Au gust 6 Everybody la luvHed to attend and have a pleitont time The Whitesrille High School had Us commencement last night There was a very largo crowd and excellent pieces recited CLEAR RUN July 19s Clss Hoover who mas been quite all with an nbc on her hand is some better Sabbath School Is progressing nice ly tait this placo Miss Dora Stewart was the guest of Miss Nonle Jdhnson Saturday nigh The pound sapper given by Mr and Mrs Albert Taylor Sn today nftghtwaa s highly enjoyed byae Those present Were Mrs LIza BlanHom of Henderson Misa Bttoel and Effle Troigdou Shula WhiUaker Nina Kirk air Brwnie and Pearl Taylor Clara Kirk Nonle JOhn cwt Dora Stewart Haitle Bartlett Charlie hoover Leonard Hoover Square and Jesse Whlttaker Henry Natheni Dennis and Jesse HoagUuul Onle Xswald and Edward Hoover Clayton Park Oscar Wade Mr Ar thur and Emma Nelson and children Sir Albert and Hanner Taylor David Kirk James Kirk and children all report a nice time several games were jlaed Mrs Sallle Leisure and children of Oweiuburo were the guest of her brother Mr M C Murry and family this w fik Aunt Margaret Hoover Is vlaWng Mrs Gift Hover this week Mr Louis Trogdon wife and little daughter Alma of Pleasant Ridge visited relatives at tls place from Saturday until Monday WAYNE GRIFFIN GOES INTO BANKRUPTCY He Owes 1598330 But Has Assets Amounting to 1691490 Owensboro Ky July 20 xachar lah Wayne Griffin one of the most popular and well known drug- gIsts of Hartford has filed a rtfliMpn in 5ankruircy Mr Griffin occoni panied by ht attcrrey H P Taylor of Hartford arrived in the city drip morning and the petition tin bank ruptcy was filed in fie federal count The petition SUUB that Griffin id Indebted to anlous iwntonsfirms and corporations in tile sum amourrtng or 1505300 but he Jlg s as assets roll estate a stock of drugs and other property aggregating 1691490 Of the total idauedtifis there are 9i1117II denser on bank paper amounting to 2200 and owes other unroll dubw amounting to 3990D Mos of the Inddbltidntss rts duo lha Hartford thanks althougli a large amount is due firms la Hartford Louisville Owensboro and otliier places Nee The Owertaboro crodHor ure F T Gunther Grocery company 920 Vlvic Miller Candy company 1560 J B Field 5 Mullen and Hayius company 14015 The assets consist of a stock of drugs valued at 4000 real estate amounting to 3500 open account due the firm 237756 life insurance policies amounting to 5000 There are also some minor personal prop eny all of which Is oluanitd as Ixtfug exempt In the list of indebtedness Iheiie lea claim for 23989 due Estlll park for wages as clerk in the store MT ZION July 20 Sunday School is progres sing nicely at this place Mr and Mrs L J Miller went to Hartford Friday Miss Dolora Leach serf Thursday with her cousin Mrs Realo Stanley of Beaver Dam Miss Floy Taylor visited relatives near Select Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs C G Taylor of his lace visited their sinter Situ Jim Howawl Sunday Mr and Mrs Jn T Deck Of Manda visited their braher and alter Mr and Mrs L J Miller Sunday Mr Jake Larch rf Rob Roy vlsVotl Ids unclo Mr R P Lenoh of this place Sunday Miss Bessie Sanderfur who U stay- Ing at Mr Z T lien of near ManUa visited her parents Mr and Miy W F Sanderfur Saturday nigh and Sun dayMr Birdie Atchlson of RcBliie and Mr Johnle Wallace of Manda were the guests of Mixes Dese and Han nah Sanderfur Sunday afternoon Miss Annie Leach of Rob Roy made a flying visit to her uncle Mr R P Leaches Monday Miss Edna Leach Is staying at her uncles Mr J N Leach of Rob Roy Mr Everett Leach visited this cousin Mr Joe Loach Saturday alghit- flUs8 Floy Taylor and Mrs Daniel Taylor pent Tuetsday nfiterccon In Mania Those who attraddd court tat Hartford Tuesday frcon this iplaceo Were W F Sanderfur G W Taytor W L Leach J H Leach F T Leach S T Leach W S Allen said Clarence AMoa t yr Hartford Republican Eatend aeoordDIf to Ins at the POIiolllce Hartford Ky w mall matter of the eeeo- aelan C M BARNETT Eolro- T s ZWZPKOZ Coa b lancfooBo-uch 3S r1aFRIDAY JULY 22 The Hartford Herald has not ye informed a waiting public what tarm articles It would have cheapened b- nedthcedtanltfsatvadn r order to nxlk e living oheapcr Our Democratic SocIU r of war Chas been received with oven n by the Japanese and wth sfrery mho rk ot friendliness Mr Hobson ill please take notice U the Democrats and Insurgent Republicans succeed lu breaking down the protective tarlff system In tM3 country it can only la to few years a moat The calf will come borne whet supper time comes If sonInlaw Langswonth Is momin- ud for governor by the Republcan- of Ohio father Inlaw RotAeyolt wil doublers cancel some ot his Clalcr en gagements to make n tow tjpiErches tn Ohio during the fall oampatgu Speaker Cannon has been spending several days out In Kansas In nn efI fort to remind tIle erring Republicans In that State ot the troubles while they had when they heped to elec- a Democratte adnilntstratlon In 1892 Tho Louisville Evening Poet aiM SI the Seventh msJ1lct Rrpubllcar that the only way to defeat CongneS min Qantrlll 111 to elect a DemoelW Query It the Seventh District la t be rcprosetcd by a Democrat why should the Republicans defeat Campbell CantuIll Republicans should nomtnate the very strongest man they can find tor the COUlt of Apeals bench from this dhtrict Woe have many able attor neys any of whom would be an ornament to the bench and could draw the salary equally as well as any Demo crat whom we know President Tatt will not meddle In nOImlnMlonsthaw woo havecallcd UJOn him lath e larit den days The president takes a lofty vIew utIthe posUon which he holds alld Is to tie admired for no tooping to scramble In email politics Tie Hartford HeJdld eecms to think strange ot the tact that we are wlll- Ing to ctitoiri our own leadenswhen- ttey do wrong Ot course this Is somdhing new to the Herold which is In the haUit or following dts leaders Mlndlrlrnt nr wrong Thi9 Is alwaybt true of one who has no Ideas of 9 Ls own and only uS tJIlose which are reflected We frequently notice eXlJre1slous In leading newspapezs ilredlOUng th d this Untied States Senator or that Governor or ex Iresldels will dicta e Republican moninattons In the valJllu- tIu1tj or In the nation The people should do the nonsinatiog without reftrenco ItO United StateS Senators GJrIlOrS residents or other of Tice holders or exoffice bottlers Lo the peole rule We trust that the Repul1l1caus will nomInate tome man far Judge ur the Count ot Appeals from tJILs dis- triet who is a sumo enough Ropu1JlI can Not tthat tho place calls for a panlsan but uu alreadyy have six INlIlocmts out ot rthe seven on tine bench besides the fjcrnmholoner whoI is a Deinocalt turd it Is nothing moreI thtll right chat the bench should be- ra1e uon1IJ11QI8all by a more equal hJt1ollof the Judges Republicans ot the Elawentlt Dls tulor are engaged in U hot flgh OVer their nomllldoll far Congress The race is butween L7dwundc the resent Cougltllman who bas served tour tArma and Caltal Iuwurs We doubt vory iuullh the wlsdmn of 11r Powers going Into lrolitlcs but we are tlmngC Dy of the opinion diutt someono other than Jir Edwards should be serA to Congress In thu Eleventh District He has nlret4 been rewarded beyoad any nronit which qlo may have estiab- lls1te by Ms zualuus wwork tar the JaVyIWe find outtlel w berhig thaw Lt oouiM bo preldlbly flat a majority or voters In t4ie unred t3IUtes natruid want to turn otiJb xmrrry bagk to the jCOnl1ltllllnts vJlromCleveland was elected the taocand rtroo told tlheDam- ocmatic idea on tho huM lDS truly partially vat irtb etfoot Ilomtever oj t is vat so strange rhea We ronfbbtttber that yttlS nearly seyepteen years ago kn r a grslinitibnpo tdien who are votdnn nbtw were only tour orlvo ywra did at tlbM tlinne Note Merv many men who mere is posscewt oo- I of ProPelty nr had lo mark for tits 1tI ate then can be toulid who dt re a repo ton of the dace Republicans should not suffer them sehW moved from their moor Snga Iand Insurgesrt clamor agaii s the tariffs Thero never has been a time when demoCracy has not tough- the tariff and soUght to blame i with every lit wind that came ale At the same tllme they t ave been corn gelled to admit later that they were wrong The same clamor waS Indulg tedn ago1oiadt rhe lIe in1ey tariff and against the Dingley law The only rll prosperity which this country h3i ever enjoyed has been under a ffate- prorectd19 tariff policy Democracy if- In power could not IliglltO upon tariff law but tit la the unoerroInu which hurts the country In giving no Qpln10n a few days ngc- dcnyh6 ILn appliccl Ion for restnnln lUg enter brought by Some t1tockhol dens of rthe Cumberland Tlephono Company United States DlstJrlat Judge Evans went our of ibis way to docla- t that the appUolnt was en god In a conspdmcy to injure the Telephone Caanpally In his profound btIiet It Is ao rare that a widow owniulg on tly a few sthares In a great corpora confplracI I owns linck VIe i- Ong ndnd OUTS e3 warder It the latrnei Judge does not sometimes Ire through glast 11of exactly adjusted for persrxs occupying the uaei pcsiuon which he holds Stattasury the firs eleven months or the opera lion ot the Payne Aldringe tardit law ending lane 30th last tll Imports ot- hl5 country exceeded the imposts of any previous similar rWd to the ex broughtoabout by the reduction In duties cud the placing ol many articles upon the tree list Of course European wage earners made the goods and receive for their labor a good deal of this money and to that extent doprlved American workingmen of that much work and that much cash Besides the 114000000 was shipped out of this counry and its ability to help everybody along the channels of trade to may debts etc was loot Who was bens fitted by this trausacicn Will ou low tariff friends please explain LO us what we gaIn by sending abroad to- I purchase this much excess ot artier over the amount Paid for like period In OUr history Tile same authority tells us that Custom receipts during thetPayneAiduidge law Were 302822 161 and that this amount was exceed ed only In 191i when the first eleven months blottght iu 30i05S381 In Cmctcmhsrecelpts These figures were made by the Bureau or Statistics ot the Dpartment ot Commerce and labor Under the PayneAtdJ1ldgc taww the average ad valorum rote of duties on all Imports has been 2095 per Cent less than in any previous tlJntlLar period duce 1S90 except in 1595 when It was 2051 per cent THROWS UP THE GLOVE Instead of replying to our charge of dUllliclt Jn qUdtlng1l1Qblon foam the PayneAldridge Bill ml one front the Dlngley Bill deallaz WHI Flores one ntace ot sheep Skin andI the other from any old sklon rheTI than sheep skin and tryiwg to IInllMI thorn off ou Its readers WI ozae andI the same The Herald gamy error and tries to throw otimweroaponblU- ty for tlths sepons muddten wblah itIlets goSeu tteH by brunz to laugn us out ot court Well woe wouldn blame tike Herald to get out of Many way It can Itcause the aver is too deep ItO wade In knee pants In the meantime we are still DSkmg die Her aId to xplain why tts DemOurnt6- loadars In eorre aiwayti vote oftJ4j II high proeetrwe tariff upon all tlr= tlclei produced within their own ter rtor such as cotton oranges pine pples reamwu hemp hldo fluor Spar and many other artlclu3 too num to mlentlon Th Heralds patty IspeDCtctl willing to reduce the tar at the vher fellow but rhea ciao ed In power it has no tnrlff policy R1dJ could not enact a tariff thaw ro unve- flsetf from perdition Dt ts tlS enough Ito cnttclse be work 15I Int done by mmeone else without LiIfell ing any well deflnled 81ae of acihn- 1a a dltferelll dlreoaon Let the Dleltild tell us what ihtwould htave thee way cl a rtanllt law Or 1IIhlth Or or oqt it us do dlavor of albdolute tree trade In Ithe meanGime- up ll Js to ft to d prove Our clJ1rlfcs iihe burden of proof ds not upon us WO changed that the Kentucky Damodt us voted for a htgh raeoat duty upon hemp and that every peimocratlc 0 n- glttnxln from Kentucky voted for tt fet the Herald disprove It Hgwe tier tJnlal1y they oU voted ega4attt the nl3W taJr1flli3w and against the rmnoiv a1 oflCne ItuternalRevenud 1 iOtftof baooo which the tnratere had eo much naught I i 1Jt4J J o TOn July 21Mr otto Connorwhfe and san Hurry were the gueeirof Sir Charlie Stevens and wile fu the country Saturday lI1sses Nora Patterson Cistern and- y Ruth Dat+ idson BarrattsKFerry wore the guests of MIsa aD1e Cooksey near town 9atuiday and Sunday Dladtertguests of Dais parents bete ltt on SUnday fOr their home wt IslaUdKY furs Alice StulrSman and children Byron and Chrlrtrl were fnNarraws Sunday tdze guests ofwwreuse B Daniel and family Dries Olean Wilson or 0Is rthe guest ot her frlewd Mire Abdo TUn shall in the country 1lIL pearlle Yattetrson liB tiers from CaneQSadlle the guest of heruumtDpu- Ehol Daniel Dire Lae R1hetsan who has bOOn Ill fur several drys is much inrprov- od lifts Cook Bean Is alsoyl Mr William V TurlStaU is on tpe retlICk list lir NaPdlrala Patterson of Gmy son county was the guest of his eon Lee Puttertoo last week Lie 3lcDundel of Beaver namspeDlt Satnrtday slid Sunday here the gUet of relaCtaes tlr Fred Fought and wife were guMs of hie brother Alva Faught and family near nJdlI1I11d on Satur 00Mr Geameu HajJ made a Ibusttrpss trip to cnc1 Dam and Taylor litres and was the greet of hIs lherln- Iw Mr Noah Burden at McHenry on- I Saturday and SundayIprMr Archie Mtehell and wife have llIVcd here from Harbor Ky Bro Taylor ot Goffsr4lnayson county Is expected here to preach on Sunday night lit the BL1Jlst Church SuriseSupper A beautiful surprise supper mss given Tuesday evening OI aIr C B Howard ot the 1Vashinglnaoel Jhbor hood It betug ills blrthday One hun dred nail folrty ot this friends metwilth well IlLled haskobs tithe dltrlrng mom was beautifully decorated wtVh wh1e end green A lovely tlbte isspreatl cakes ot nU kinds lemooode and everything do prol erton After lUhe strlng band ptayedtzo IQbolr at tiVaahtngton sang several beautiful sottgs J Every m1030rtllanieing Mr Howard for such a oleo tlme Mr Howard received seveital presents A FRIEN- DEmbreyWoosley Mr Jehn Embrey and Mtss Effie- Woolley Caneyt016e were rmamfed in the County Count Clerks office there last Friday afternoon try uutYJudgJ- U R WeddllJlg There are vram1nent young people of Grayson county and only came here to He married or tie trlp and to be marrIed Un foR Miss Wooseloy Is n relative ot sISter Wornseler the Presbyrbeulan minister The young people left Dmmedkttctly for their home itGrayIn Icourniy Saved at Deaths Door The door of death seemed ready to open for 3furzdy W Ayers of Traneyt Bridge N Y when mhos life was wondertullt saved I was in a dreadful condition he writes my skin was aunost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated omuaiated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker dally Virulent liver trouble pulling me dawn to dOiJb in spIte of doctors Then that matcl1i1ess medleine Eteotri Bit ters cured me I regained to 40 pounds lot and now nan well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 50c at aU druggta6 m Misterious Fire About eleven oclock Tuesday night Judge R R We Wing was awaken by the glare of flames emenghg from Ihe bed room t his home where hs Arthur Petty was sleeping He rushed from his room to tine roetn from which the lames emerged and dragged young Petty who was sleeping soundly unrtware of lie danger which threatened him from tie bed and saved him from being I1e11ouslyU not tat1ily burned After wlhieh an attempt was made to awtlkon IIII nearby nolghbors so chat they nzight assist in extingulslilrrg the flames bat aU efforts along rods line 1aLod Judge Wedding nndyowJg Pdty then wed about subduing Ute tDamasthdm selves Futtrnalely a rain barret beside the door full of water And lwith buckets whey applied it to the ftamrs and in a short While bad them under COntrol Nahowever until the 1re rod gained some ncadway In the garret over the room and to reach this the overhead oohing hood 6o be torn away iOtbt1t someone oould enter Mh- egars In dolng thl a burning nk torn from file ceiling fen upon Judge- 1Veddingshead burnitig him coneid erably thereon and on one ot Otis hands as welt Petty esQlped JWny Jnujrles except a slight bums on ge- arApandaIGorot moJdnc lJr- A ter the tire had been extingush- dd as taveettewton dleclosed ut all the lrearingapparel od young Petty which were hanging fp the room bad beenburaid together w1 b a number Pt quilts and other bed olotMng n hioh were stored tn the room The hed 00 which young Petty Asa sleepin was also connsiderably bUrnEd the wall paver and WerytUng harngtn- on the fall taus burned therefrom- On account of the exertion and injuries suetalned Judge WeddIng thS boon unable to be at his ofice for the past two days The only way that the cdfgn Of the fire can be accounted loris that acme matches whelli young Patty Ilnd In hie ttoWiirs pocket became Ignit ed when he dnoiiped them OIl the Crunk when he eUredI y Lost Mr V1gHooker of McNealy 10st a snare on Wednesday July 6thr colo dark brOwn left eye out light spoon t left log and short talll A reward o 500 will be paid for her return to Mrs Hocker B2t3 Company H Shoot- For the last week the members ot Co H have been engaged In target practice on their specially prodded range about one mite east of Hart ford Formerly all shooting was done during the annual encampment and necessarily with more or less rush and Inconvenience but this range beIng located as It Is at the home station gives the boyaa much better opportunity to practice stnd Improve their marksmanship Each man shoots over three ranges eachtrange are the two trIal shots only the remaining ten are counted In the final score The buns eye counts live the first ring tour second ring 3 and anywhere on the remaining target twoThe folowwng list gives the name and score of those who have so far made marksmen a score of 98 out of a poslble 150 being necessary to qualify 1st Sergt C B Shown 117 Sergt W C Llles113 Corp n H Bennett118 Corp H B Shown98 Privates Joe Chapman 122 W D Gray111 Ben Blair 109 H WlgglntonU8 Jessie Hoagland102 Marvin Warner 101 In addition to these the follow Ing men made a very creditable showing Seymour Bennettn Hurry Houk91 Dennis Hoagland i7 Albert Rowe88 L D Ben- Inett83 Iron Allen91 Ira Allen 91 Shelby Park78 Joe Chapman will represent the company on the State tour as he made by several points the largest score In the company No further shooting will be done until Capt DeWeese returns from Fort Ben Harrison Ind LadiesTake Notice We tan clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and mutts All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club S lALLHOUSIJuly 18lliiseS laud CaUowaq and Mabel Easterday Messes Arnold 1Be11I nett and Seymour Bennett otI ended meeting ru Centertown Sunday The following were hue quesrtB ot Mr Jim Calloway at Centeutuwn sun day Mr Alva Calloway and family Mr Robert Bennett und family iMr- g Tr1 4 t SEND YOUR BOY Jp i 8Matheny Batts Yafiderbilt Traiuifig t chool tELKTON KENTUCKY i A limited select school Col lege trained teachers Students from more than thIrty In a SouthernIE 000 Electric LightsSteam Heat L5 Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur 1reundings excellent No saloons + e Extremely healthful location 3 000 spent on improvements this l summert I sI want your boy carefully i rtrained send him to us and send him while he is young The nineteenth year of the school opens Sept 7 4Write for illustrated Catalogue 4T GeCe 4Address All Communications to t MATHENY BAITS t Priricipals 44444 Seymour Bennett Mr and Mrs C T S Overton Mr Bud Allen and wife and daughter Georgia Ins Beble Gray and Jlttle grand daughter Ollie Davis and Miss Mabel Easterly Dirs Butitio Gray and grand daugh- tey from lJIutJou lied are visiting near Smallhous Quite a crOwd mdt nt the residence M Mr Orlando Cox July 18thtO ceteI- 1roAe the annlveraany ot Mrs Orlando and l1rs J Ii stcVo1arts btnthd1Y Dins Stewart is the sister of Mr Cox Mr J H stewart wife and daugh tIer Select Mrs Rachel 3fichdl ot- CeIltel1town Mensrs Cully and Wlll Coy Olalton and Mlar Jim Cox of Cromwell were vLitom of Mr and lira Orlando Cox recently dlte Tom Crowder of scar afire on the sick 41st- 11Ir add Mrs Eric Fulkereon have returned from a visit to Hartford Miss 5tagio Hunter returned to her home At Cernlvo Sunday from a via Lt to relwJvca hens Deputy Sheriff Keown of McHenry was at SmaUhous yetterday collect lag taxes Stops tile Cosh heals tile Laegt QUICKS COUOHI If not better then any other money J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE backIBYANSVILL81ND I I4iBUGGIES and SURRIES AtWe are headquarters the famous Owens orq the genuineGeo at J4iJ4ii THE OHIO tLravorporeetect t i J xtforcl yat t n X= i N r r- I Y t + 1 oJ t- JI 15 EifJI Specials + Shoe +r r The above Ladies Shoes are rec ognized the world over as the very acme of style and comfort The reg ular price everywhere is 350 and J9 1l 400 per pair To close our stock of Oxfords we are going to make SPECIAL PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Our 350 Oxfords any style 298 I Our 400 Patrician Oxfords 319 The above Oxfords come in Tan or Black Dont Delay Come to L to us for JULY BARGAINS GO IlnoisCentralRallroadTimer At Beaver Dam Ky j Hortb Bounrf- KoJM due 4U a I- DNo122due1t2P I J- D0102dueJ48 p m Roitlli Boned No 121 due1155 e m No 101 due 248 pm No 181 due 813 p m Have You Seen it Advertised If you have aad Its good and a Drug Store article we have It We dont however sell a thing simply l because Its being advertised We must know first thatit has merit and that the advertisement tells the truth You can trust our judgement In these matters or If you see It I advertised and want to look Into It come to us Every truly meritorious article that a Drug Store should keep Is In our stock 1 Remember that and when you want anything In our line come to see us I b Your Friends Hartford Drug Co Incorporated t CANNED GOODS SAFETY IS IN PAYNIG THE PRICE There Is no use in the world trying to combine cheapness and quality In Canned Goods nor In any other line for that matter High grades coat a more but for that extra InCaoDedOoo yojj et Assurance of purity y- Appettzlngness Wholesomeness And theses are the things that stated for healthful food We confineouts Jr i purchases to wellknown and tried Brands So we offer every customer Canned Goods safety in every article t ILERS GROCERY y lIARTFORDKY V Smith Premier Typewriter Ribbons 50c each at this office lit Vr u- i jIW L 1 I 1 u V E Pt Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 22 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow ing times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Daily 114340 p m Mixed Dalley except SundaySOUTH BOUND 115920 a m Mixed Daily except Sunday 113146 p m Passenger Dally 23c White Goods 19eat Fairs Floor Mops lOc IFalns1 Basement 1qt Blueing beFall Bawsment Galvanized Buckets lOc Fuira Base ment 25c BUgsy Whip lOc Fairs Base ment Three Gallon Buckets lOc Fairs Basement Big Granite Diiipers 10o Fairs Basement G9t l inlgKettles lOc Fairs Basement 20o per dozen Jelly Glasses in Fairs Basement Smith Premier Typewriter ribbons at this office 60c each Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Miss Annie Uoe Taylor ts visiting friends at Echots thHs iweek Mrs G E BarakSl athe gued of her mother at Render Ky Miss Flora Taylor city ie yjslting relatives near Prentla itols week I Mss W Rile clt is llblO guest ofher maWerV aiklcnmonid Ky Engine and Threshing Machine for sale It L Jj SANDBFUR- Beayer Dam Ky iMtsa BtHudson Is the guest of kills Lena Aetna Dundee this week MiEn Louise Phipps returned Wed nesday from an exteadedl visit to nel latlves in Nashville Tenn Misses Louise WickllWe and Lula Grundy of Greenville are the guests of Dr and Mm E B pendlfeiton Mrs JE lrUe sad cblldrfenv Ver JlRcounty a f h 4qt Granite Pudding Pans Orr Fairs Basement DeJa1lty Rose Bo us and Vasea lOc Fars Bas xne g t Scolloped Pile Pans 2 for lOc Fairs B1semelll- tFrylng Pans and BlicuCt Pans lOc I Fairs Basemenit 1I gaUon Tin Buckets w4ih top lOc Fairs Bas mewt Mrs S T Barnat MS Wednesday for nn extensive vlait to relatives in Hopkins county Mtttca LucUe Dirt a ands Mary An derson are vUfltag the family of T J tMonion at Island Ky Mrs E M Woodward left Mon day for a visit to relatives and frfends at OwensboroPleasant Ridge and Fordsvllle Miss Fannie WnitunghlH stenogra pher for Mr G B Likens Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs C T Whittlnghlll Trisler From and after Monday July 25 we will put the price of beefsteak dawn to 15c Per pound roast 121c- 1v H MOORE SON Sir and Clrs ANoffoinger and Mr John T Moore wife and children returned Wednesday from a weeks SDoJuin or Dawson Springs Ky EldJPTuck will fill his regular appointment at the Christian church in Hartford next Sunday morning and night Everybody invited The ladies of the Methodist church will serve ice cream at the residence of Mrs S A Anderson next Friday evening Proceeds for benefit of church Get your doors Windows and build ing material from the McHenry Lum ber and Implement Company MC Henry Ky Give them a call ru1oyI will treat you right The McHenry Lumber and Imple ment Company Is prepared to do your bltcksmithlng carriage repairing in first class order and on short notice Give them a trial 51ft4 Mr D Ford and Prof Walter Hed rick went to Bowling Green Monday to witness the closing exercises of the State Normal Mr Connor Ford graduated there Tuesday evening Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Mr Geo W Feagin chief engin eer of the L N R R Hopkins vllle was In Hartford a few hours Monday Mr Feagin and his family are always welcome visitors here Estrayed on to any farm Small bay horse about seven years old Ownerr can procure same by calling and paying price of this adB B COLLINS Hartford Ky Mr John C Barnard who Was been In the Philippine UJanuls imi the em ploye of the United Stats Government as teacher In the native schools for the past several years is the guest of reJuiivlee near Beaver Dam u The firm of W H Moore Son butchers of Hartford have bought out Mr R T Collins Hartford who was also a dealer In meat Moore Son will take the business Into their old stand on Main street in a day or two Mrs Fon Rogers and children of Plkesvllle Ky who have been tlho guests of her parents Mr und Mrs S T Browne of nhe Centertown neigh borhood for the pant teveinl weeks are the guests of her slater Mrs Isaac Foster city Some sneak thief entered the grocery store of R C Dun on CenterI street Hartford Monday i Stole a nice ham a box of nickel cigars and a few coppers Entrance to the store was effected by prizing open a rear window No clue to the I thief Da the first Sunday in August we will dedicate our church at Williams Mines everybody invited dinner on lunch FirstserviceRev F L Creach will preach the t dedication Sermon R T Harp pastor of the M E Church Mr and Mrs T P Williams enter tained on Friday with an all day chil drens party In honor of the sixth birthday anniversary of their daugh ter Miss Deitral who was the recipient of severalrnice Prentspost cava albums work lazes vates piUows to ltarclcIf1IOW An elegant din ner was served at noon and ices were passed ait intervals during the afternoon The tables were bealtllully decorated with pink and white sweet peas Those present besides the small hostess and her stem Lejttle and Arbye wens Nellie Ethel And Ahna Render Geneva Goff Carrie Bar nard Laura Beatrice and Lockcit Ford Margaret Tlchenor Emma Miller Bes ale Nelson Clara Mary and Elizabeth Fond Edna Augusta and Evelyn Brown I fi t 4 Miss Minnie Shannon of junction Cly Ky IB vtelttog her uncle Mr- JrjEv Fogle and other relatives here Mr L F CondfTione of Haitrprds oldest and best known citizens whose lllneea was mewttoned last week is MiIi very low and not expected iu rev covers J M DoWeesc and Lieut E Jl Voodward left Sunday for Fort Benjamin Harrison near Indlanapo lis Ind where they will attend a military officers school for 8 days Returning Capt DeWeese will go to ORell Ky where he will take part in a military shoot being the only one who qualified at the annual shoot of our boys at Karllngton last year entertainedtMain street Hartford last Thursday night In honor of Dr Arthur Allen of Somerset Ky who was visiting MrMcDowell Fogle The evening was very pleasantly spent Those pres ent besides the young hostess were Misses Effle Render Alice Keown Annie J Patton Hettie Riley Anna Eliza Keown Willie Smith Annie Allen Elgin Mary Marks Nancy Ford city and Miss Minnie Long Owensboro Messrs Otto Martin Dr H J Hell Raymer Tinsley McDowell Fogle Ney Foster John P Taylor Douglas Felix Martin Thomas city and Dr Arthur Allen Somerset The following persons attended the MadJsonvllIe fair Wednesday going over on the special train Mr and Mrs W H Barnes and EOJI Glenn Mr and Mrs R T Collins Mr WIld Mrs It D Wullker Mr and Mrs Seth Sloscley Mr and Mrs A C Yeiser Dr omd Mw a J Wedding Misses Hottie and Ruth Riley EWe Render Ixflia Glenn Mary FoHxSue Yeiser Vernti Duke Evelyn Caldwell Lizzie Miller Ozona MoscJey Clara Robertson Mary Spalding 55 lla Nan and Susie May Messrs E G BarNES H J Bell J L Williams Clarence Casebler Lewis Riley Douglas Felix Marshal May John Daniel Raymond PMltips Sidney Williams Ben Taylor John Taylor Esiil Park Martin Thum as and Joe Miller Mrs J B Tappan Mrs Jclm R Phillips and son John Mrs lIam Barnes andi son Earl Mrs Jefferson Wutterson wild son Ran dall Masters Willis Lyons and Fred May J H Bllbno Taylor Mines al so accompanied the party All report a splendid trip and a gWt fairi In progress at MadisonviUo Death or Mss Xorinn Miller daugh1tenorhome at Cromwell Ky early last Monday morning after a lingering Illness of Brlghts disease For sev pral weeks she had been In a very critical condition and during this time she had been constantly attend ed by the members of the family including Mrs J C Her and Mrs I D Bean of Hartford She gradually grew worse until the end After a short service at the home by Rev A B Gardner of Beaver Dam her remains were brought to the residence of Mrs Harriet Paxton near Beaver Dam Tuesday fore noon where her funeral was preach ed by Rev O M Shultz of Liver more At the conclusion of the ser vices her body was laid to rest in the Paxton cemetery near by The deceased was about 30 years old at the time of her death For a number of years she had been a faithful and consistent member of the Baptist church She was a most estimable young woman and will be greatly missedI CORSET FACTS Ask to see Model 601 This is a new one longest best and prettiest corset made And it is a Warners RustProof too That is enough to sell it No better Cor set made few as goodand THEY DONT RUST Can be cleaned or washedsame as any other article of wearing apparel No shrinking No rust Newest shapes One for every figure- D We can suit you if you I BARGAIN PERIODI I 1 Ilhis1 i rC1duceWhich can be had now for very much less than reg 1 ularprices and they are real values Some sizes may be missing in some linesbut we have your sizes in something that you can buy to advantage You I will be surprised and pleased to learn how low you Ican buy Clothing of us now Wo are selling a great many Suits at less than it cost to make them but 0 7251llIensliens 2000 Suits now M75 0Youths 500 Suits now t75 0Youths SOO Suits now 575 0Youths 1000 Suits nowuo 725 0r I IYouthsChildrens 500 Suits now 875 Childrens 650 Suits now 425 Childrens 800 Suits now 575 S 4 5 We will also make a big reduction on all of our Lawns Summer Silks and all kinds of Dress Trimmings This is a great opportunity for you to se icure a suit or a dress for a small sum of monev We are still making low prices on Mens and LowCuf Shoes Dont miss this opportunity cure some of these bargains Jl1diesI Carson RESPECTFULLY CoIIno- ooporextcdj I HARTFORD KY P BARNES BRos Beaver barn Ky- E r e r 4- t l1E SWARM OF BEESi Solae Good Hints on Methods w of Handling Them Laagslroth often called the talker or American beekeeping said many Tears ago that the swarming of bees is one of the mOt beautiful sighs in the whole compass td rural economy It Wn8 formerly thought to be neces elary to beat a Un pan or ring bells etc to cause the bees to alight or cluster on a Illlfh or tree but bee keepers at the preenUlme would snhle- tit the Idea 1Dowlnb that 1n the ma- jorIty or cases the swarm will clue er lIWayand that xwlso would not make tham light If they had the Idea In their beads oJ gongo away says I r1tClln the Rural New Yorker A swarm with an old queen will always cluster pear byU11tIIs they have u- peanapept hope selacted beforehand which is pot veiy unminmon in cases they w1i1 go strflght intoWhhbj without clustering whether it hive standing empty near by chimney or a tree some 1lslanceaay A swarm always sends out scouts or searchers eltker before Qf afterlwarm Jug to look for a new home which oocounts tor their e1ther going straight or for the length ol Ltme theY hJilwhichutel SU several hours and In rareeas- ies to several days A swarm with a Craiy young Virgin queen generally a second or third llropoSI1Clonwhlle Name as IL prime or first swarm theY will often go high is the air and start nway faster than a man can follow and go a mile or two before cluster Ing and seeking a new home While there Is no reason for unnecessary baste in setUng a swarm hived It Is always best to girt them as noon as possible lest the scouts return and they take sudden leave just before we are ready to hive thorn Bees of ten cluster In curious places and take fantastic shopes following of course the lines of Iwha ever they inlay light an One photograph recently shown In Gleanings in Bees Culturo showed a swarms In the furor of a cross having all ltel1 on a trellis form In that shape making n very fine picture I have had experience whh a large twvanm lighting In Q tangle of grapevines and took then out by hand that was In my early beekeeping days I Sow either smoke them out or tall them out with combs of open brood in either case not getting them an iTY and having a time as In the old way As a rule swarming bees lire gorged with honey and have no desire to flgbt unless hurt that Is why so many notices hive bees without gelling stung and think the bees wont sting Thom but rind Out their snlstake a little hater when conditions are different Competent beekeepers at present have far Less swarmipg than Lormerly but the farmers who have evertheir energy In this way Insead of snaking a honey crop A swanpt of IJees in the all may Ibe driven about as easily ns a flock of sheep with a small force pump with a continuous strewn of water If they do not Jet too high In the air and can gen erally be nHitlu to cluster oii some low branches Some claim to he Gable to drive them by flushing a looking glass In the sun throwing the rays among the bs I have not tried the plan but have reason to believe Jot twill work all right The rInging bolls and ltaJ14lng ins are a very ancient prac lice having been a law In Fnglaud In the time of King Alfred the reasons being to let people knOw so tha they might keep out of the way all- so to avoid difficulties as to OWller- Htlp of bees It having always been conceded thut swarms were the trop erty of the finder unless In hives or stands kept for the purpose or else followed up by the owner QUICKS COUGH MEDICINE ulckest and best for coughs GUJRANTIUtD Sold by druggists Made by tJ to Meedeithall Medicine Coy uauule Ill Republicanism in the South The death of Representative Walter P Brownlow ot the First Con- 8ressdonal District or Tennessee Is Trot likely to reduce the Republican 1Pength from his section In COngress JUe majonltles have usually been large and U Is likely that any good Seltublican can carry his district WJUl the split among the Democrats lr account of Gov Patte SnSI RepUbj3kaurr over the State Tennessees Second- Congressional District Is also Repub- 1Ican Iak the old days Tennessee was as safely Whig as was las achu8ett8 or Vermont It was ono ptthe tour staiesvermont Iassachujetts and Kentucky being the othershlch went to Scott In 1852tn the last pr Identlal campaign In which the Ivrilg party participated In 1856 It went to the Denwah tic parrty because- there vas no Whig ticket to vote for and In JS60 it gave Its vote to Dell the candidate of the Constitutional Union partywhlch compriSed chiefly the old Whigs who has refused to join either the Democratic or the Republican party It was married by the Republicans In 18G8hut has ibEien held bY the Democrats In presidential campaigns ever since som times by only narrow marglnslts plurality for Bryan In 1908 being only 17000 EJs- Tenne see however where Brown low lived and in which his uncle Parson Brownlow resided was a Undonist section during the rebellion although the statojoined the Confederacy Shortly after the war Republican sentiment became strong In the counties of the eastern border and has remained so ever sInce As I3rownlow will undoubtedly be succeeded by a manlof hIs own party faith Ihe Republicans will continue to have twentYrOnt members of the HouSe ot Representatives from the South These are drawn not only from tile older border communities or Delaware Marylnad West Virginia and kentuckybut also from several ConjItederaclland Tennessee a transMIsslsslppl projection of the old South alt contributes some Republican members to that sections total With the growth of protec tionist sentiment In the South the Republican party Is sure to Nate many members of Congress from that le- clonGlobe Democrat U QUicksCold and Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds anti LaGtlppc in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mall J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy Evutvule led ISillsBy virtue of execution No 310 dl theI11n favor of the Dank of iku ford against Thomas J Walker tic for the sum of 100 w5th interest from Deentber 21 1908 and 110 and 1253 cost I or one of my deputies will Oil 1910Ioclock IIm at Ire eourthouso dour in Hartford Olrio County KY extose- topublics sale to the highest bidden the followIng piopenty or so much thereof as may be ne e nary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and cost 0- wit A tract or land bounded as 101 lows Doglnnlng at a stand Ellen 1 Iees corner hence wJth lrel line N 1 E 13 polls to n stake her N E corner In Thomas line thence with his line S S9 E 17 gales to I stake N W corner of blaeksmlrh shop lot thence S I W 13 poles w a sake to street thence with street N S9 W 17 poles to the beginning contain- Ing 1J acres same land conveyed to T J Walker by Caroline and Wood i PhlPIS Oct 4 1901 deed boOk 4 huge 2 Levied upon ns the llrollenty or r- J Walker Terms Sale will dontad a credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing In I terest at the late of tj per cent per nllnum from the day of sale and having force and elect of bond j Wltnss my hand this 9th day of July 1910 T II BLACK S O C 4 What She Swallowed Mrs Jack Gardner of Boson has taken up the Audubon SQlCletys war against the Merry Widow hat says the Waslllnglon Star That hat isi the worst omnivorous creation that the tnllliners have yet- I given us she said at a recent din ner The number of things reQulr eJl to trim the hat Is frightening ItS appetite In fact reminds me of a police Court episode A dteeetive was testifying lit the ehadAnd your honor he said then I told her the charge she turned her back on me und swallowed n purseslx suits of silk undrewear a sliver can die stick chafing dish andRubbish Are you crazy the magistrate interrupted Excuse me What I mean to say Your honor exclatated the detectiveI Ls that she swallowed the pawn tick jets ITo gate LaOrlppc ud Cola ii 24 lours taU I QUI KS Cold and LaUrippe Medicine TAIIIBTI II rsr Inpprt Iftl Est tep lla ulSDtts- J C Meideai18 MeMetlC CfYIIITlIie lit and eetthem pqt paid Guaranteed 1 NO MORE OLD PLANTATIONS- Passing of An Institution Which Was Pride of P I Southi In the antebellum days the pride ot the gentlemen planterthere wereI we farmers in those days the vastness of his acreage Those estates were not farms they Were operated by the gentry and they made the agricultural south ot those I days It was a common thing to find one planters possessions which would require a goodly past of a day I to coveT oa horseback Many of us today recall scenes of sits old family plantation look back upon the time when life In the country seemed more I given to entertainment hospltIlH1Y to I the joys ot living than to the pursuits ot farming as an enterprise- Market conditions and the fluctuation of prices dtd not enter into the scheme I of life then as they do now It was enough to know that there was a crop a big crop grow4ng and It would not have tobe marketed before It harvestd In those days wasI lire drifted along under the pll81urlJed Ilfe But like other things WhIch go to make up the present age ogrlculture stiff Iw Sdltions have change the Ugn81toa characteristic Of South carolina and largely too or aeorEia but there arts very few of them left VaohingI In Georgia Burke County ton county Green County and many others were knowh for their large cOuntry estatesplantationsIn the days before the war but now they bane dropped out of mind they do nut occupy the place of the day they once did because they themselves exist no longer This Is a day of flllmsf- 111n1J farms and where one planter pursued his agricultural methods conducted Ills operations then there are now half a dozen bUSY farmers I men who have not tame to farm the numerous acres the planter prided himself on possessing I These menioriea ot bygone days and the realization of what a changed and I busy world has followed are freshen ed by the announcement In an rOm from Cordele in that one of the I oldest one of the most notable of the old southern plantations will shortly too be onLy a memorythe Egypt of the Confederacy li to pass out I The old Iiugenin ilantation around which there hinges mtcbelJum and wartime history Is to be cut up Into small farms The plantation ot one man Is to be turned Into 1200 farmsThe Cordele news Item nn interesting one says Itwns learned here yesterday that the owners of the Huguenin plantation canslsling of 12000 acres ot valuable farm lands located about eight miles from COr dole just across the Flint River In Sumner County Is to be divided into small farms of 100 acres loa for the purpose of selling them to North Georgia farmers This Is the oldest and the largest plantation In the state having been ocupied by Capt Huguen In during the war and It embraced a part of the large territory In this I section known as the Egypt ot the Confederacy Many of the vullpHes us ed by the Southern soldiers were fall ell by the slaves belonging to Oapt Hugenlll on this plantation Chlldren Cry fOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA A Man and Whiskers A correspondent wishes to know whether his chances Of success In this I world will be bettered it he cUlle8 about on the lower part Qf his face long and thick whiskers We lire un- a to answer ort hand not being acquainted with the color of the gen lemnna hair or the topography of- his ead Bright red WJ1hJcers are I kQ0 Prove a handlcaptOany man A frotq cOol1U1le1oral view- prltabrily I but the socliloonquests ot red whJskered men have been many and varied On the whole whiskers It seems are an selesa ornament displaying the vanity rather than the mbilityof- a man It will be remembered that I smoothshaven races have hrva1lahly- conquered those that clung tenaciously to the beard The Persians did wellenoUgh When fighting hose whiskered like themselves bUt the Greeks half ot them shaven and half not I found the pensiaas very easy Later a raCe ot men all of them shaves the Romans found llltltr trouble InI 111oUlerman ii r rf that the Que wIth he beard would come out at theb ttomor famous beardEt1 men may be mentioned kIng Lear HIs deplorable conditlon teas bwugb about solely by the SwIth which his daughters fooled h1jiwiile stroking his whiskers Its modern dire the bearded youth aplying for n job is tikftly to be refused for the simple reason that shift lessners Is written allover his taCC The man who Is too lazy to shave Is too lazy to doanythlllg well Again proved by phrenologists that the 1vigor of the mind Is sapped by sup life to a heavy beard In spite of this strain some urea with beards have made a name for themsel vet Pericles wore a heard but he needed the assistance ot Aspaaia who was beardless In bus greatest work Several of the most noted North men wore heavy beards doubtles8 be Iranilthis Was In the ttlya before Dr 1VlleY stress the seem theory and everybody now knows that a heavy beard Is a paradise for bncllli ot every kind and description On Ute whole our advice to our cor respondent le to consult his doctor It be Js unable to bUY a razor econ omy would sugest at meporary beard udtll he Is blessed wIth other poses slon8 However we feel constrained to suggest that In this event he will recollect that even a beard needs a bath and ought to have ono at fre quent interyalsFrow the Charles I1 1S C News and COUrier In MemoriAm In loving memory ot little iitChel Taylor Baldwin infant Ion of Mrnnd MrS Harry Daldwln who departed tbe- life July 9 1910- Dear parents thank not or your babe As Ina cold anti silent comb For though he Is parted from you here lie has just gone over home But with an eye of faiT iD1l11ngIBehold youldJ darling ever ble IIn a Saviors fond embrme Your Little one so dear to all On earth each short time given Has only closed Its eyes In sleep To open them in Heaven There Is ono sweet commling thoight sweet lIt bells free from pain While we deeply feel our loss Its this etetnul gain Sleep on Sweet babe and take thy restWhile your face we cannot see For you castnot ever return to us But we will come To thee A Friend ELLA SYMPATHY helps hunts but it wont cure an achIng tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self lakes a skillful experIenced dentist to do that Get a1 the sympathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make an appoIntment with us far the practical way of get ting your teeth In tine shape Best crown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extraoted with out 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 tor concrete residence EstImates furnished free All work guaranteed j L QIItSY CONTRACTOR Hartford Kyf nireotor r J O1ockon7 CIrcuit CqurtT F Blrkhead Judge Ben D RIngo Attorney W PlIldkl t jailer E O Earrau Clerk P L Fe Ilx Master Commlaoner UT Colima TrusteeJuiy Fund T H Black Sher- Iff Hartford Deputles OCeownan Lon Black Court convenes fIrst Mon day In March and August and continues three weeks and Third Montlay ln lay anb November two weeks County CourtIt n Wedding Judge W S TInsley Clerk C E Smith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court otClalmConvenes first TUes day In January and flrat Tuesday In October Other County Ottlcurrc S MoxSeY Surveyor Fordnllle Ky n F D No2 Bernard Fellx Assessor Hartford Ky n F D No 2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A B Riley Coroner llarltol JUSTICES COURTS I B S ChamberlaIn Hartford Tuesday after lrd 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 afte- 13rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Jun Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John n Miles ItocKpott FrIday after 3rd fonday In Iarch Friday after 3rd lIIondar In June Friday after Itd Monday In September FrIday after 3rd 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Pen Taylor 1V E Ems E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices morning 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 ClmrchServlces every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastor Christian ChurchServlces every fourth Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday ClayloordC 1 ChurchServiCes fIrst Sunday In each month at 1l a m and 7 p m Sunday School 9t5 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No g5 F It A olmeets first and thIrd Mondaynlghf In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Keystone No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday night In each monlhn Holbrook High PrIest W S TInsley Secretary SmeetsIng Mrs T U Barnard V M Mine Willie Smith Secretary tough lUver Lodge No 110 Knights ot nightSK ot n S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and thIrd Thursday night R T Collin Commander L p Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night OrlttlnLadyCommander Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1891 meets 1st Saturday night In each month Noah Skaggs Pres W D Luce See Treas Acme LOdge No 339 L 00 F meets second and fourth Friday night In OrandBHedMenCampbellRecords Preston Morton Post No 40 A R beforetheeRogersAdjtA S ot E Nlllional Officers C O Drayton Pres Greenville Ill GreenKyTrellIIndlanapoState Officers J C Cantrlll Pres Georgetown Ky HartfordCalhounOhioDamKyCD Ford Treas Hartford ly COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HarttordKY DNo62 J A Dellamy WhltesvlJle Ky 3 F DBauJhn Hartford Ky KyIi6 J L Brown ltockport 14 tsar 60 YEARS EXPERIENCETIaec 11r- 4Corvnilcrs LeAa1rs nse4Is a htell red dsserlstlos soar rtaln elloplolon fees whstha as IDOtloa Iacrohabrrpai 1seta h oeSs aratKia PMHtLpsKW aNw walnosteaarye to tII 5dtIfkJIwctKaLa- tMY1tnIte4 NiaR 511 cr 4ir JPossrWALi 1 CVBAUUT JI BAfNETT r SMITHP 4 ATTORNEYS T LAW r f HARTFORD 4 KY WIll practice theIr protelllllol1 In all u j + courts of Ohio and adjotnlnsr cot T ties and Court of Appeals Sr d at- tentlon given to aU blieine eNruMe4 to their card Collections anu the PraIoo tine ot CrIminal and Reat Estate Lute Specialties Office In Republican EGII slog FRANK L FELIXt s Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Wtllpractice hie profession In Ohlt and adjoining countles and In the Courl- of Appeals Criminal practice and Col- lectlona a Specialty Office In the Here aId building I ANCYLMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTI ORD KY i WIll practice his profession In all tM Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Allo No tal Public Office over First NatlooallHank 301114 Ii tv1L5oN CHAS U CROWS WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY wm praottoe their profession In aU the courts of OhIo and adjoinIng counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to col100tioos Xtfoe on Main St opposite Court House I and TRADEMARKpro mptU obtained In alleoWlIrIoroo fq We obtain PATENTS THAT PAT a4nrUM them UIoroualllT a our erpeneeand pyoutoancoeap send model photo or eketca for FREE report on pIontablUt1 so lead practice SUR PASSING REFEFIENCE8 Yortre0uid Book on Prontble rknta welt to +r 503BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery II FOR c8 BIS IIAll ALLTHROAT AND OUABANTKIIID OB NONXY lUNlTllOUILELI PROCURE AND DEFENDED 8eadmodel 01 nug orpuee r report ieee lid nce trade narks eoP7l11rhlletc IN ALl COUNTRIES Vwfartr tlitI wllk lValltlfllll taro tiro marry antirjlta tliJPatent and Infringement Prattles xclsslnly Wrlto or cmre to uat- Au J J lllath etnet opp tlstt4 elate hotl Ollce WASHINGTON D C X a FAIRBANKSMORSEGasoline Pumps water grinds feed sCled2 COra Ac Worlie every day at a small coat to operate All elzes foal all purposes Send for catalogue 802 I Ad4reuIFAIIIM Scif E I0- LouhviliKy t j SLEEPING OUT f IN ARIZONA t j How The Travelers Pass the 41fight an They f Desert People drop Into a loose hlllbit of s peaklclgabout the nIght and the wrong way of doing a thing remark ed the experlenced camper ocorcllng totJeNw york Times Asa mItttet MQ ffaiCt there slay be iL dozen good p sways and I1S many bad Take siee erg In the open for In stance My little trIps have not been confIned tthe Adirondacks and the Berkshires Ive knocked OVer the whole North American continent and Ive picked up soave mighty good wrinkles that were neVer heard of wlthln a 250 mile Tadtue Of Nciw york CityDown to the ArIzona desert last year I was a member Of a party tray eUng between Tucon and the LMoxi +can frontier The unit night out foundd wi tn the middle of a flat expanse of sand There was not men a hillock or a rock behind which one could findshelter But the Westerners In the party knew n trick or two I was surprised 14to see them grUblng out Utlle hol Iowa In the sand corresponding too the shape of the human body TheY trade a deep depression for the hips and a shallOW one for the shoutders with sand baited up In the mIddle to support the small Of the blllCk- Aot one end they built up a ridge Of sand as footrest pounding and Stamplllg on It until It was compact enough not to break down under press sure Then we wrapped ourselves In our blankets Arizona fashion We placed one COrner of the blanket on the left side just below the heart and turned around until the bOdy was coveted five or six folds deep This left plea ty too spare at both ends which was dISpoeed of by giving the blanket a turn around yur feet and knotting t U and folding down the upper end around the head as a sort of cape We lay down in the hollmss we had preparedgraves the Western Jers called themand found that we Were amply protected from the vilnd- Tlle latter blew the fIne sand over w and In time Our blankets were hid e sight There was no danger 1- 4from of Cur being chbked however aswe used Our saddles as pillows which kept or hinds at a sufficient elevation from he surface of the desert When we opened our eyes at dawn the ground was covered with iL heavy frost It must have been vest cold during the night but we had not felt l We jumped too OUT fee shOOk our selves free of the sand that had sift ed Into our clothes and lighted a fle The desert was very desolate and white Two hours later It seemed like n different world The sun had dsS1p ated the frost like magic and the sand was blazing hot That js the mcat singular thing about the Arizona des Crt at high elevations One passes from winter too summer overnight While my bOnes ached for a few days from sleeping In thOSe artificial sand hollows I soon grew accustom ed to It and Ipdss OD the hint to those campers Who may find themsely Obliged to spend the night On an un pnatected plain Making Life Safe jEvertfWh e life js being made more slier through the work Of Dr Kings Now Life PiLLs is const1qJatiou Bil- Ilousness Dyspepsia dnrdIgosti0a Ltv tr Uol1bles Kidney dtaeasca and Bowel disorders Theyre easy but sure and PrtooUy build up theaealth- t 25c t all drugglats u- Speo1al g Excrsion Rates Illinois Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and convetlton of Suprome Lodge Knights of Pythias Milwaukee Wis August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final To urn limit August 13 1910exc pt uPon deposit of ticket and exenalomsecuredFare round trip 1405 The B 31C pP the G U 0 of F Colored Baltimore Md Sppt 1217 1910 Daks oft sale SePt Ii 4iDd 10th- I 1910 Final ateurtr limit Sept 21st- i 1910 Pare for round trip 247- 1yKentucky StateFalr Lou UleK1 Sept 12w7i910 Dates of sale Sept io to 17 1910 FInal return lm Sept 19 1910 Rate one firstclass- Oneway fare plus 25 cents far round- trip i INatloil Encampment G A 0l Sept 19 i910 Atlantic City N J Dates of we Sept 15to 19 1910 final teturn Bept 291910rex ceptapgn depositof tkkot and of fee of l00at time at deposit an eetietittfkL28th1910maybe aeeuiedre for round trip i 3025rt Annual state Convention christian Chtmch 1n Kentucky Owensboro KY Sept 1923 1910 Dales of sale Sept 19 20 21 slid 22 1910 final rebliro limit Sept 27 1910 Rate ono first class one way tare plue 25 Cents for round trip- Brotherhood of St Andrew of the United states and Canada Nashville Tenn Sept 26 Oct 2 1910 Dates of sale Sept 2425 1910 final limit ct6 1910 except nlpow deposit otf ttcket and payment ot tee of 100 extension until Oct 31 1910 mllY be secured Fare for round trip 395 General Assembly of the Episcopal church Cincinnati Ohio Oct 526 1910 Dates Of sales Oct 3 4 6 6 1910 final return limit Oct 30 7910 Fare for round trip 745 ekppalaehian EXposition Knoxville Tenn Sept 12OCt 12 1940 Dates of sale Sept 10 to Oct12 1910ln elusive final return limit ten days from date of sale but In no case later than Oct 18 1910 Fare for round trIp 963- Reunion of the Society of the Army Of the Cum breland CbattanoogaTenn Oct 1213 1910 Dates ot sale Oct 11 and 12 1910 Final return limit Oet 28 1910 FaTe for round trip 835 NI lonal League of PostmaseTSChrt tanooga Teun Oct 1214 1910 DateS of sale Oct 1011 1910 final limit Oct 17 1910 except upon deposit of leket and payment of fee of 100 nt time of deposit an extens4cnJ until Oct 31 1910 may be secured Fare for round trip 1125 Fares for children tiveyearm of age and under twelve wlll be sold at half of the fares named above Above rates apply from Beaver lmKy Special rates from other stations on application J E WILLIADIS Agent Among the Lodges Hartford Lade No 675 F s A M had work lu Uhe first degree a lots regular meeting iaat Monday night after which a nice lunChJeon was serv ed Acme Lode No 339 I O O F- well iiuve work do tihe second degree at the regular meeting toIZig51 Rough River Lodge No 110 K ot P had a good meeting inn Tuesday rtgtt but no degree work was put on Knights RT Collins R D Walker read C lL Barnkist went ttliGrand uocte representatives p a CENTERTOWN July 13Mr John Newman and ML sits Ialde amd Mary Redder Mc Henry visited l1Iss Laura fl1011 Satnr day MLss Barbara Shultz and Mr IrA Plummer PrenUs ylslted Mr und Mre Cine Swain last week Miss lfary BfoKenney is visiting her parents Mr aUld Mrs Foster MCKl- nnY MIss Gladys Maddox Is vlsPting her suer 1n Owensbora3- 1Li3 HowlU1ll of UtiCa ts visiting Mrs E DI Morton this week Mrs Barney Rowe and little dauglh- ter Catherine tIsited In Central City last week Mr Archie Brown and Dries Resale- Hilt were qultely married last sun Wv atthe home of Bro Weaver Miss Mabyn Render Mataaulas Is vis ling her sister Mrs Atvbnt Rowe Mis Elizabeth Taylor Cromwell is visiting relatives In this p1eea A eIght4ul entettpinment which consisted of songs and lecitations was given by the Baptist Sunday Chaol- lWt Sunday eventdng- Mrs S C lEwis M Luttrell Tenn vLsl ed her punt last week Der D J McKennoy and iHlllery- JObnSOn are reoorerirtg Alter their recent illness CASTOR IAFor Infastte and Children TIll Kind You Hays Always Borght Bears the- Signature of 100 Reward 100 The readers ct this paper will be pleased too learn than there da at least one dreader that sclenco has boon table to cure in an Ita stages sad Ibbat Is Catarrh Halls Catssrrll Cure Sa the only positive cure now known to the medical frnternJity Catarrh being a- constlltutiohaldtsease requires a con statiutional tr tment HIIJlIs catarrh Cure is taken IIIItrrnaIlyOOtI dl I t1 r upon4heblood and mucou g scar fate of the 6ygaem thereby deatroyI- nig the tiJundfil11Oi Ol he disease aud giving the patient glrengtb by fund lug UP the OCODS tt1o s I4 9S1St1ng nature in doing its Work Tone pro prdetors baveYsontudh faith In its cur fst8ye powers that offer Ose1Hun died DolIJaT9JW prey atft faUs to cure Seal for fiatt of testimonials 1 Adtltceio I F J Otiener Ie 00 To- ks oybhfo o 7 E114t75i tTaker A l1 P ilfytrtl f cprr oon- etdpattori a1 GIRL IS iN A TRANCES Strange Condition of Miss Annie Kincheoe at Central City t- Central City Ky July 15A very strange case of Ulness1t1lat Is attracting the Attention of the entire staff Of doctors In the vicinity Is that Qf Miss Annie Kincheloe daughter of Mr and Dirs E HK inebeloe On Sunday evening she attended services at the Baptist church Of which she Is a rueinhor and after returning too her home about six inioeks distant complained of a vlolentheadace although she had not been fooling badly before ArIa n Monday morning site was as sitting her mother In performing some ot the househod dutleos1len she became unconscious and remains In that con lton until now only for an instant recognizing ltcr brother DoctOr Ktncheloc Though everything lsslbe has been done ito arOUse her t he seems to realize nothing jUst tlq with her eyes wide open She Is about 21 years Old and ono of Central Citys- most excellent girls A Wretched MIEtake- to endure the itching painful distress Of piles Theres no need too Listen I suffered rncoh from plle writes Will A Marsh of Slier City N C till I got a bOX Of Buoklen3 ArnIca Salve and was soon cured Burns Bolls Ulcers Fever Sores ECzema CUts Chapped Hands OMiblains van Ish before It 25c nst all druggists m Save the Babies The State Board of Health has been ndtlfled from all sections of the State of the alarming Infant mortality front entirely preventable cauSeS As the greatest asset of Kentucky Is its healthful populLtJlon It is Impoltantthtt every baby be kept well and for these reasons the Board snakes the follow intg suggestions to fathers and moth ers The hot weather of this season Of the year Is extremely dangerous to the lives Of Infants And young children not only because ot the depressing ef feet of high temperature In general but especially because It Is harder to preserve all articles of food especially rows milk Ln hot weather For this reason It Is especially Important that cows milk to be used tor feeding babies should be the pur est and freshest that you can afford to buy During hot weather Ice Is ab solutely necessaryy for the prererva- tion of milk where a cool spring house is nut available and no milk should be fed too a baby which Is no cooled by Ice around the bucket as SOOn as It comes from the cow and It should be kept next to the Ice until ready to be used A little money spent for Ice mayy prevent Illness and Its much greater expense for nurslngme Iclne and medical attendance Unless you ape absolutely sure your water supply Is pure It is safe t to use water which has been boiled for drInk- Ing and for the preparatlou ot the babys food In practicallyy all cases three mother ca and should nurse her own baby Breast milk Is the natural food for the new born baby No other food cap compare wIth It Ten bottleted babies die to one that Is Brestfed Immediately after birth do not USe any kind of artificial food a eas for the baby while waiting for the breast milk the baby to the breast eelilur hours and gIve notl- lng else but water that has been bOil ed The new baby needs nothing else and will not starve After the milk comes under no circumstances shounl the balky nurse ofyaner that every two hours during the day and two or three times at night Do not nurse the baby whenever it cries A moderate amount ot crying helps too develop the luus and evert baby should cry during the day Ba bies who are nursed irregularly or whenever they cry practically always get indigestion and then cry harder from the paIn Nurse regulatdy and the baby Will soon learn toexpect Its nursing at the proper time Give the baby a little water which has been siCk ed several times a day After two months the time between nursing should he 2 14 to 3 hours In ihe day hlmb with only one Or two feedings WI night Do not wean the alby as bug ashe Is gaining uwebght and never do soex cept by advice of your doctor Do not follow too advice of friends orneigh bore a out woanlrg If the babY re- maInS well btrt aster a time stops yOlrmUkdoctor about adding one or two bottles to help out It It lecaunesAaeeessaryto feed the baby eltler entirely or only In part upon the bottle remember that cab soluteoicanllh sita aecesstiry in till details of the feeding Because pone e babes have lived throUgh filth Is no argument that yours will As soon as- a btle Is fInished It should be thoroughly washed with cold Water then cleaned with hot Water and borax 1- teaspoonful to a pint of water and set aside In a sum y place for further cleaning before being used again It you have only a few bottles and It becomes neCeSsary to ute the same one for the next feeding INil It for a tow mhlUteoS with a little soda In the water before putting fresh food Into It Never let the baby nurSe from the remains of a bottle which he luau notflnlsued Take It away from the crib pour out the milk and clean at once Stale milk curds sticking to the inside of the bottle becomes poisonous utter Q fow hours and may contaminate fresh milk comIng In con tact t ith them It s better and easter to have as many bottles as the dally numbc1 Ct feedings so that all can be boiled together before the food Js prepared In the nrornlllg The care of the nipples is especially important The slmplel the safer DO not use complicated nlpls and e lIe chatty do not use a bottle with a Long tuber tube It Is Impossible to keep It clean und It wall cerainly cause bowel trouble After a bottle Is ftn- ttshhd the nlple should be removed at once turned Inside out over the fin ger and scrubbed with cold Jaer and Atltercleaned nipple should be kept tn fresh borax water 1 teaspoonful Ito a pint I of water In a covered glass Rinse the nlJIIIle lu belling water before using it Do not put the nipple into pour water before using it Do not put the nipple Into your own mouth o Unit out whether the milk Is warm enough Ifit a few drops fall on your wrist U It Is too hot for your Tb it Is tao hot for the babys mouth No general Instructions can be given about the preparation of a milk mix ture for your baby Each baby needs a comhll1atjm suIted to ills dtgeston The mxure upon which some other baby Is thriving may be too strong or too weak for yaur baby Let jour doctor tell you how to mix the food It It is necessary to use cream do not bur it It Is Likely to be stale but gent by pouring oft halt a pint trom the top of a quart bottle of mllkaf ter cleaning the mouth of the ttleDuring the summer It Is usual to bring the babys food o a stall after 1tlg prepared It should then be poured Into the clean bottles corked with baked cleats cotton and kept next to the Ice until needed Be sure not to seat a bottle when you go to bed and keep It In bed until nursing time because you do not wan to go to the Ice bOx for It and heat It when the baby needs It This Is eer aln to make the baby sick If a bottlefed baby Is constipated give one or two teaspoonfuls of c1t- stor oil If this does not relieve him within tOUT hours then consult your doctor At this time lIe will tie able to prevent a serious summer com plaint wIth which your baby Is threat ened It there Is any dlalrhoeu stop the milk at once give nothing but pure waterr which has bccn bOiled an call the doctor It may not be too lateDo not begin mllk feeding again until the doctor ouders it nablespract- 1call neVEr starve and they are frequently killed by being fed after illness has gone Every drop of milk that goes Into a babys mouth after bowel trouble begins simply adds to the poison already there Serious or fatal Ulness can be caused by keeping up milk feeding after the bowls becom- ndisordered A bottlefedbab should not vomit If its food Is pure unless It is ted mnth at a time Vomiting is usuallyy a sign ot appruoaching- ners lit either one of serious dlseasos of childhood or none commonly In hot weather of summer durrhoea yo ulitting due to this cause may be the first sign of trouble It vomiting is repeated stop feeding milk give water which has been boiled cool or at the temperature art whIch the milk la given and consult your doctor at once Do not Put too 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many Unteahe sud den crash the grinding noise the toppling cars darknOSB groans The steamship wree too has been described only too often the crash tho rush for the JlfebOats aid titr pretervers and rafts the darknessth pounding wavt and quesUollable safety In small boats But for terror the pa5songca allbhlp- wrtck outdoe3 thorn all in inany way s as shown by the dlsSter to the Deutschland the Slrst wreck of a 1 seLger atrbhip in the history of the wuld the leader of we do not knots horn many a4rshlplwrcck 1rotrors- 1V wardlrlco who was a purge In the Deutschland when she wa wrecked tells this story of his ex perlenceAll afternoon It had been a struggle between the gralt alrihlll and the gale There wero tltlrtythDeo of us In the car Even when we were 10 milts from our garagewltll thegasO- llre giving outlt became clear that nn accident was InoIta11Ie Wo had stratell out far a three hcnra trip We had been out nearly oven hourrstrying to keep away from the earth We could not help watching the contest with fascination Now rocketing tlpwud now plung- fns downward to within 100 fet of the earth the airship like some lfv fog thing sought do vain some level where site might find safety from the wind Suddenly the stern propellers stop- ptd There was a defect In tIle mo tor The wind was freshdng fast and Ntrn one propeller Ineectle Lt Was didicult to cer We decided to alight at Jluemter whom the soldiers could In1V the sMp to earth but we saw Wt could nut make It because we user i at the uleley of the wind the wInd grit stronger We dare tint tutu and sly before the wind however or the- airhfp would foss Mcerage way and mI g t overturn So dosgedit she was turned al moat III the teeth of the gale to wtethor the storm In the air The IwtfI1JgIlJlng ralllhttlten aLrahi- pfoght oninch lIy inch sluplllg ateep- Iy ftrst rOl1wIId and then wt as We roso and fell In the storm Our gmellre was nearly gore Re had been nearly nine hours in theI air Just before r ocloCk we saw- d6be brJck raIn cloud ahead Amo- mornt later we pluugeat into theau and a f1 closed artnutd us sluisting out tlvtfthlng fromoUl sight Su ae- cnntlnuod for half an hour then the awllnc gave out and the whirling propellers shrod atilt Almost silaultaueously We broke through the floor of tile cloudland there only it uow feet below us was ahtf coverddwlttt dense f1r forest Our water ballast was exhautted- CIptnln Kunneltberg ordered some of 1ISW run aft along the narrow gangway d Inside the kiJ1 of the alrhlll to uUumpt to hsleg llur to the usceud llg JI1i itien- It was tow late A downward eddy of the gale soiz ell the waylnr lltll and down we crShcd Into tho m dogs Piero was a reading tttLlI14 onutd rlre alrshlll- tlblvHetl and trlggied as flto rleT- hlll4 was another crash nlld tile splin- tared tree trtullos shthed thruughtite floor of the cubic rind into the binder part of the haUollu tOpr Ig the eomlutJI1Ull III all dirsctlOns shore we shirk fast held hY the branches of the trees Hud wewith the same force struck the open ground scarcely unyofOInsheairship could have tscapod d Another paesenger said We fell headlong from an altitude ot 4000 feet to 200 teat When the d wnwnrd plungo slapped and saved t tbote on beard tirom wluat seomed an Inevitable crash la the general Tuth the wad leap ot Carl lthhcnsteln the engineer to the ground Ilati partied unnoticed lie bad probably been In spired by terror First we caught sight ot the ground which hm been hidden for tWo hours The whole vessel peas in ellnod nt such nn anglo that at mo mcnts ber whole length nearly 600 foot was almost penpendlcular- Scjetittflo Instruments tying on thet trac Ikior fell overboard Things on the earth Which had been hardly dlstlngulshet one roo meant became ularmlnSly clear the next All of us realized our danger We Were falling to the earth like a stone dudeg our our doom was certain Just whien t Ie cma11 alrpearCI Ito be corning the all ship steadied beelf the falling wa9 checlredbut she continued tt4 sink a grorter rate than was comforting to usIThen came a terrific crash A grea- treetrlUnk had caught us and held- fast us It saved our lives Without tt we should have Iallento the ground to our dos TuotloR Now we were falling says an other ifas eD r Those was a death lIke tlllnea3 in the car On each face could be road the question 1Vhatwl Rhe next rev seconds bring The look of horroron the faces ofhe crab revealed to ua our extreme plight For the last 2000 feet wc rushed downward AU Cf1 Were fixed on ta- igreen e forest1shlchlcoked Oa If flr1 cJe daShing upward to hit us on the heads Wetstimated OUr distanate from the grounda hundred fet sixty C uthirty feet ll1d then the crash In a train wreck explains ca Ger man psychologtstyou have no rtlaue to hope or fcartii a steamship wrec k theme is mle time for It either But tn a Pl331geT alrslplif there la time too tenrlbly much of it you took death In the taco tot long It is almost too much for Twentieth century nerve to stand thlll new TWentitla century catastrophe And always there Is that terrible knowledge that a few passengers less means safety If there was a last non left alive 11 Qn ulna lip that gently touched the earth and the path of the ship were- s reWa with mangokl1 bodies who would tell the story Maybe those now dead nnlgttt have helped him at fret to lighten the weight This will be a problem of alrahtlJ ravel Thlo was a time whets two ba1oonlt1ts would not travel in pairs because tt was believed that no huma being could withstand the temrEntlon of thlotving his fellow overboard to save his own life But later It was dlscoered that to suddenly drop 150 or mote p0undsfrol a balloon would ptnbabl mean the explosion of hie bag anti the death of the survivor tO llIoonlt8 began traveling in pairs again But to drop 150 or 300 pounds iron a Deutschland would mean unly safety and hat m ns all die temp atlon tits seUlreSratlon can exert When Everything Was Cheap In 896the good old Democratic day ofClevelandismmesta were cheap as compared with prIces ot today but nobody had monoy to buy the cltetp goods There were millions of lido menhungry men women and chi drenand every city boasted of Its soup houses while today there are no Idle men and no soup houses Perhaps there are those who wish to return to those good old Cleveland tlayS course the new Tariff is responsible for the Increased cos4 of 1hlngI Supply nllll ability to buy Is the sole ion of high prices and no one knows this letter than your merchant pul blo Sunday Opinion Pay Yo- urTAXESRepresentatives of the Ohio County y Sherifta office wille oIt the fdl lowing places at the times ldfcated for the urpof6 of tasuing tax reo eelpts and you wilt save coining to uhe county seat or avoid the nooessl ty of u vvsitro your home by arrange deg to settle 4n rthiu ntauuer DEPUTY SHERIFF A W BLACK Wait he at the following places Selco July 22 forenoon Baize taw n In the afternoon Arnold July 23 forenoon Ren row In oho afternoon Horse Branch July 25 ton lIoon Rosin In the afternoon Olatot July 1 I Shreve July 2S Narrows July 29 Dundee Aug f forenoon Sunny ale in the a1lornoon a Beda Aug 9 forenoon Buford In the afternoon Hetlin Aug 10 from 8 a m un 1 i 4 p m DEPUTY SHERIFF S O KEOWN Will be at the following places t- 1latanzas JUly 22 Mclenry July 23 Render July 26 Delle Run July 28 Ralph July 29 forenoon Slagan t- In the afternoon Deanleld August 4 Harbors August 6- Fordsvllle August 6 from 8 a m until 4pm 1ti T H BLACK S O Co t SAMUEL MORTON PASSES AWE Was Botl In Owe sro Se V atenty Years E Ago titi r samuel Morton a uoll known cU zen ot Owensboro died of gil1eru1 dobllllty nt 730 oclOOk i Jonday morning at his home pL limbs Hay dens baardlrg house atFootth and Flredorica ercets He had been 11 far several months Mr Mortall Iliad been to poor health tor the patt three years He was highly respected and Cln excellent gentleman 11Ho was torn in Ombensborn Octo bet 17 1840 lIe was a son of Da- old Morton one of the pioneer merchants of this city tii Iwpo conduct ed a store whom This place was knolwn as Yellow Banks His mother Ma8 before her marriage 511x6 t Daniel He urns nn expet8 bookkee er and was employed by ueverul a the old firms to this city During the term of col J D pow ors collector for internal revenue In this dlstr1at Air Morton was gluen n position in the senico ant he reo rained on the fllld SwrtunJI lls death lie Is survived by his wife who waS Mss Lydia Barron of Devisea countyand one daughtr 11I1B char- les Gnlttln of Helena Arkwho was- at iris bedside when he dledowcnS bro Messenger 1 COOL SPRINGS July 20Mr J W Shaver who has been quite m for the pas week is some better Mr Jim Grow9iarger QUid family and Mr Claudie Kitchens uklfe nllld baby ot Rockport visited teIneds and relatives here Saturday and Sunday olr Beulah Drowns baby hay been quite sick bUt is beber Mrs Mauda Tlchenor and Mrs Fan nile Neal attended the funeral of Miss Norma Miller at the Vatted burying gruond Tuesday tD E Scott and Mr Clarence Dennis went too Hartford Tuesday on business tlr Toy FuLton of SrcHenry spent Saturday and SunldaywJthltTxkleIlts Sunday School is Pogreusing nlce 17 Mr 0 E Scott wife and baby ris- Ltcd trhelr fatlher oIl James lUnner Sunday Mrs Ida Hosklns and children of Mercer Lines visited her tuotherAirs Susan Sampson last week ra The Fake Prize Fight So much fooling has been stilted up by the JeffertesJohrysonfake tight hat Q threatens to ruin the Immense profits the sharpers expected to win from the uhllYltlon or moving pictures In several cities these have been proltibtted and It Is nbt unlikely that Choy will be everywhere The reason Jtveu Is the develOilluelt of the race qUlllon but a still strong 1 reason Is that ii was probably the moor dishonest sporting event ever foisted Upon the gullible public There never was a fair prise flgbbut- t look S it tile JefrrlesJohnson fight was a fraud of mere coIoalll- dmenslOlU than any of o1 is irredcces- sors Jotfrlo3 had burnt 1timsdlt out by seven years of inoudtuate debaucher and he was so wten that 1 was feared that the sons on htnr could not be patched up inrorder to make a deeent appearalrcedn Vile lIlng He was ut tit to toad tlgalntl any third or fouliLiolas Rlgltter muclm loss nrv atkoetlc young negro lure Johnson This fact can ho quickly de volapod by any one who eases to real through he columns of mush and guSh written by the aportlag reporters of time vytrlous papers and oager- ly doveurnd by the wouldbe sifuatlug class lu spite or their wild wolier- ot words Ito make Cie t11aTer appear as a poIUng event 5t canrct htlp being seen that illsteld of being the aUarourl athlt4U tlg2tcr that he vitas seven years ago Jeffrlts eves a- JJhiC1 and rrorvous wreck All that- e t EV1lly exifexyted Ito do nIl that the shmgjtets who got up the Bigkt hcp ed for atom him was toO ltand up w be peuuded long enough to ghe1lhem goad pretense for the amoney which they had sklnaOdotyt ofthelr dupes There was scarcely more lIght In ehcePsandfats with hardly a scratch Wo haW t he had been seriously enyay d Jeffries bas simply gone the vay that 0ytay one ot his Ulne rs to- tihe otraanplonship has trod trbe gang of sharprrs who Suave been managing hem have hplpttd them secure the ohamplonshlp them the champion has token his ehrtire of the money to lubrIcate his awltt JXIJRgO down the TOad to ravel anti phJlcal deatruc ttlon rGhe ttmB the money bas beennet4ochaanplcf1I Ok7e burnt oat J r 1 ti1 9148 rnalllWhtnelY Tpd4 the gang gets holdd of lm again and liozerYtowl to bomb be bas regained his form and 1s the manl he was when he won tWldYare n to their money there lsno tack of bitters on this ado of the proposltton and the sharpers Bather lrun titupen dous harvest of dollars when the cbampiDn is defeatod b wlH ondy boa short time until the dew to again plaYed with Johnson being brought Intos thq ring to be easily knocked out by some new ootptr HON lag learned nothing by experience tM 1wQu d be sporlg Win bite again just- as lavishly IS they drill she JefOrles oot and will posulUly be skinned ember more thoroughly ibcau e there wUI be more ot them and rtOOy troU have more money It one could ltkye nil ayvtparhr for the idLqsv1ho htft an- thesetsitnspareat mchemcsthcre vrould be a rletttu nd tar a I13Iw to prohib E prize IIg1Jung far their prottttilon They pre a clams hqweer ilko those who We CLt the green goads games itfor whom one can have no s1lDplUl- r National Tribune I I r Notice in Bankruptcy In the district court ot the United States for the wes ern district of Kentucky OwensbOro division In the matter of Zachardah Wayne Griffin Bankrupt To the Creditors ot Zacharlah Wayne Grlftln of Halhold Its the county or Ohio and d1s7Jct aforesaid bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of July A D 19JO he said Zaeharlah Wayne Griffin was duly ad- Judicated bankrupt and that the first nieeting ot creodLtol9 will lie lurid at tile law office of H P Taylor In Hartford Kentucky on the 4th day of Augury A D 1910 at I oclock p mat which time the said creditors may attend Prove their Clalms appoint a trufee examine the BlDJcrufJ and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting J A DEAN Referee In Bankruptcy Owensoro Ky July 19th 1910 A Wild Blizzard Raging brIngs danger sufferingoft dnth to thontands who take colds coughs and lagrippethat tetra of Winterr and Spring Its danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower part of nose sore chills and revel pain In back ot head and a tJhroatglippLng cough When Grip attacks CIs you vulue your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Dlseovery One bot tie cured me writes A L Dunll of- P1ue Valley tI1ss after being laid uv three weeks wtih Grip For sores lungs Hemorrhages Coughs COlds WJ100plng Cough Bronchitis Asthma its supreme roc 100 Guaranteed by all druggists m Republican Convention Called Pursuant to a decision of the Republican committee of the sEcond Appellate District which met olt Horse Branch ou July 9th 1910 a delegate conventioa for Said disrlct Is hire by called to meet In the court house at Leltcl1t1eld at one oclock on August 13th 1910 for the purpose ot nominating a candidate for APpellate Judge to be voted for In the Second Apel late district Said convention Is to be composed of delegates selected at the county court houses In the vayious oottntle- sa sold district at one oclOCk on Augwt lotdi each county being C1 titled to one delegate vote for each I 100 vases and a fraction oVer 60 votes cast for Taft In 1908 The county oha1rman In each county is herebY reo quested to issue calls for county convention In ocordance with this aril Ill once In order that sufficient publl- cltT ot the convention be gluon The vote of each county In the Second Appellate dIstrIct will be WI given below- Henderson 25 MCLean 13 DavIs 39 Butler 23j Allen 19 Edmonson 13 BrlCklnrldge 2G lIunaock 11 Meade 9 Monroe 19 Orayson 24 Logan 23 Ohio 33 Simpson 9 Todd IG Warren 29 J FRANK TAYLOR Chm 2nd JWptlate Dist Attest tW R YlYrj Acting See Wartford Ky July 14 1910 To the RepubUcans of Ohio County By direction ot the Second Appellate Court District Cown1tteea mass eon ventlon ot the Republicans of Ohio dountywfa hereby called to meet of the cOurt house In Hartford KY August 10th 1910 at loclook P Intfor the Purposo ot eleotll1g thirty three delegafta and thirtythree a ternate delegates to represent Ohio tiPClIateCourtLeHchfleld AuguJ 13th d81U and to transact such other business that ItheWeltare d R B bfARPIIQChalrmap JOHN 0 KO Nsecr tart I I iFf17CASTORIA iJor ahildrellt The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature I of In- Use For Overr Thirty Years CATOR1iTW IrsaveFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is zoo Those who bring or mall I this adverttsement to us five days after seeing it and telling us 1 Iwhere they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the rate of zS Books and stationery are included No time limit If not I Jnow buy one for future 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