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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1a I Y iK 4t i u- w rI r Ir i d a li I ya t r I f c r41II rj Cj i t ttxttferthl Uqublicanpr Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year vote XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY ICY FRIDAY JUIJY 291910 No2 PROTEST AGAINST 4 ROAD SYSTEM i Beaver Dam and Cromwell RoadBad + County Attorney Ably Discusses System Showing its Ulti mate Success CrormlcU KY July 20EdIor Re pub an 1fDU mobil be So kid as- fo grant us space tal dlhe Repub- dmnlwe would be glad to be heard through i this resolution courtiOf E do hereby protect aguins the present system of rood workliog WO- dDJt believe the present grudar tj tern 91f LCIerJt to keep the roads In tit oondLtdoiIl to travel and One mica to look alter all the roods in a district Iflt waa posutblo they certainly wouldnt let the State road bWEel Beaver Damn and Cromwell get in the deplorable condo don dt Is now to its one member expressed hImself at the local that he tad boon UvJtlgon than section ot the rroad for s11deettYeaa s but never taw the rand in such a con dtdon Tips Is just one road there a are others as bod Mil COunty At tonney who Js rtsponulhle When We overseers were on they would got a tnotce to have theIr roads In order b- r a certain date or be prosecuted for megllgerYane Under our pre eat SoYs tern we hwnt hotiaud of such alaw- so tu Couny Supenlmrwhnt ha- veloo roe say Are you reupanaJhle- 2Ir Magtemte do yon oo1lmc eone man can look after aLl IbheJ1la In youC district Itro are they dicill tpontlbiefiThe pimohtco Local E w JACKSON Vice prE I H C TAYLOR Sec NOTE BY COUNTY ATTORNEY Ln response to the fcregcdng Inqui- rY as to who Is w1ndble for lift- dtrplareble oonJlICon ot the public road mentioned quoJng troy sec W0 4306 Ked ucky StWtes the Fk- onl Court has general charge and supewuslum or the ro1ds and bnldges- omd prexnLbe the rtElm and reula- toX for ropl1ldng and kept g mme in order In cnuformty to this taaGuto the Ftroal Court bas nptpClnt ed a road Lupen lsor and an overseer- in each of the magi tenal dtsnttcts who llIe under hEavy bOnd tar the talthfol penfonmance ot their dtV s Hence Jit ls the duty or the Fiscal Court rood supervisor and ovcraazer to see that the pudc toads are pUt Ill proper condition for travel and thus maltnltadned The Ipresent SE1tem Of road repa0ring away thoroughly ds1- JUUed unit delthsratpd upon before ht was iaairgut8tOd I1 tlWould peet llttI1I1san e objection at ts InceprJon tq 031 but It was ke- 1Jselthe unoanlmous optnlon of the FJoreaI Court and the best Intonn ed road men is OhID eitnty with li1oan t11 Court consulted freely that the plan would prove Slhfactory tow the people as a class A vJbmrilar ptan lane been very sal Is- taotonfly maltltaned Ill Butler Mul- mlenbung and Hancock countdcs tor the pas several years Whore tM roods are ideal as compared with- the roods In Ohio County The plan was undefteken not with rho view of utisy1ng every tadLntidaral da the county as the Flecal Crnnt aoxogt Inl j that thia arould be IrmpozfJlble loot for ihopui ee 0 pulbag I9ie mMe Ip good condlJbon Lt was bke- wdseI understood by the Fiscal count that it WOUld beLm1Wos3Whetbprtt oU the farads in the coarnty in good den d ton dualmg the tLirt yekrra work iA dlDlg under this plan bet Lt la Can l cedOO by all uetcerned al1 cwVdda everybrought tw to a standard at gtialtty- j Itarbeyond that tbenatot etabbacd road Supervisor and oversdcmJ k1 the 8fl1IU8 dis u tot htaV boon l laattuced by the FUsCalrOount to put i r dbe main roads dew gooo oondttlon at i the il9r9test Ib1e date kltoi whether or not they are adheraing to tbFF3e inxueUone fn ijer1dLr iTletWe rrett fully a itsdWork- t hae beau rerymatertally drksderodeo adWIag the eeasoet bY the Xc e 8henid tdr whtahnegthca the F11scal Count road eupervlsor nor ov erseens Are in app way tpowb1e We sugg t hiLt In this casein or any candltJloD9 that may arE bhe- peaple who are euffedug from tlhe- badoond1t1ons of tthe roods roll yon- magrKatrate r and Hood oretneers at tenMou to the matte and theY tWill no doubt hale the uoobl rtnnedle- dat once remetpbeN1 g that a paUonce and endurance should indulged so that a fair test of the woad wurdng system may be bpd At tCD which It It proves to be unc- cesgful we wlil aU agree to dt card it amd try another If anyone feels so greatly agrleoved- t1br he desires to punish someone for allure to put the roods in proper Condition Tor trawl the saw tprOvddos that the Ftea1 Court may be lndlat- ed for sudh failure Tbas bats Leon the law far many yeah but to Our knowledge It has not been invoked in any ease In this county The wrft- ea knows from having dlrousred wlh each member ot the Fiscal court and- wth many InlteTeatedh good roads In OhIo county that theY are sincere IIn beseving Vhat the rSent plan of X1d working 111 result tn a brIef period to a much better s1stem of mormds than Olio County has ever had The court 13 cuurpored ofcigrt mlg- Ifrtrotes and Ihe County Judge ill of whom are imbued with the Idea of- malsing he standard of the public rowb to the hem aiyhlnable They have iniereetingly noted the allure of former systems of working to pro duce this condlitlon They are dIrect- Ing theIr whole energies and skill to a behterment of our road systemreal lzing as all thoughtful citlzt1s should do that It will require sunrlme to convert WOrn out depleted roads into travelable highways THREE DEAtHS RESULT FROM ACCIDENT Car Inspector Has Head Severed Young Mains Falls Under Car Central City Ky July 25There were three dears due to three scp- ara4e rw1JroJd ocoldnta today JosePh Doughoray of Birmingham car Inspector for the Illinois Cunttral was under a car wile hIs head on a rail when a swing or oars was ktekcd back complEtely severing Ids head from his bOdy Ohatiles Martin a negro barber To calved injun1es when he align ed from a moving traln that later caus ed his death- Kennedy Malasaged eighteen years a son of John Malnsp well to do far mer of Mcllenry was IrlifalJt killed and hs body hornh1y mangled labout 1 oclock Mandhy ontenncoI1l us the result Of famrlg under a car cat an- L C freight tnaln near the McHenry Mines Young Maths was jumping on and oft the traLn as it switched lri bout the mines and lost his iakxnceor bold on the nrelght car und WaS ithralwn- beaeatth the wheels of n middle OM anti the q hew of eeveral oars pass ed over his bOdy cutting him Into small pleas He was well known Ita the oountty and had many friords intits homie section Coroner Dr Riley wasenll ed and held an inquest over the remains Browder on TrIal Franklin Ky July 2GRufu8 Brow der the Logan countynegro who Is Changed wIth the ulurder of Ja1I1ES unnLngb3m at Olmstead IntlhlJ- tiunty WAS brought hore today from Bowllng Green where he has been for safekeeping for trIal Judge Saudi age convened coUri lilt 9 oclock and rte work of elating a jury was taken up- 11he ooze of Browder owing to tthe tact that ire has once bl tried and given Ir death Yerdfct has dxraated ponsidtira11e attentbon and when it WIllS moved to this coi city Brest In test wrma4 eVoked in the earning prO ceeding6 A largo crowd Isdn ahtend- ammce at the trial and a gzeatmlany- Kogan countypeople ate tbere EX Cnmgreeam ohnS Rhea of trine Is nssLsttng to thepro9fCuUon of Browder tthe farmer 4rda1 of Browder at preIncE ial r altnacttement ltavltyg SUlbSIded X k HALF CROP ALL POSSIBLE Quality Poor Manufac ShortbeAnd There is no Reason for Cutting Out Next Crop Colonel Jcel B Fort who Is Epok- Ihg in the interest of Ute tohacco pool sate the Lexfngun Herald rourned to IJexlnaton Sunday from a Un days tour of Kentucky and Ohio SVben- asked about the ct01J of tDibCtto he said I have been growIng cbacco an pi my life and think that I hang had ex- perlenceenough to make me competent to Judge the preent condition of the crop Since I have been there more Chan two umoathsI have travveded over every Part of the Burley growing Be icon and have tll100d with iobUCO growers from every county to the dis trictI have never SEen the prospects for an average crop Of tobacco as poor In aU these years I have teen tobacco Come out of a dry spell Into a rralny spell and make fine fobaoco- I have never seen it come out of an exceedingly wet spelt into a dry spell and make a crop la nil my travels I have seen only one crop large enough to op rnilnarUy the prink of the tobacco should have JJee11 topped by the fourth day of July Hundreds Of acres trave been abandoned en account Of the grass lnd the wekds durIng the wet spell Hundreds of acres have been planted In late corn and mlllett and the tObacco which hM been cultivated and from which grass has been taken is still yeJow and shows no signs of growth Hundreds of acres aloe blooming only a short dIstance from the ground rendering the plant ptuctically worth- Ies When asked what was Mil tJIlliLte of fie percentage of rohe crop he sold JudgIng from what I have Seen my self and informalton hat t have received from reliable and compotnet sources I am s3ltJ led that there can not bepossSbly more than half a crap Owlrg to the late season and rthe tm posibtltty of satisfactorily curiing tobacco laiethat whloh is produced wlll be of a very inferior quatty As to increased ncr 1gethAt i lu1I both That balk has hceri gotten up for the purl cse Ot frightlyaahtg the farmor and those who have tobacco In the Pool Tits will fail of Ita putjlcee The managers of the Burley Tobacco Society well know that there is no sur plus In the hands of the manufacturers and A shout crop to follow 11 1910 makes the excellent chop of 1909 now held In time pool a moat value ble piece of property These chute ate being communlcaed to the poolers Former dissatisfactIon is dihappear lug and the pool oetimentis gromlDg- 13IPidly FOR THE BUSY READER James Rclard Cox law partner of WUhiam H Seward when rtlJe Lat tor was Gonernar of Now york and for many yeans the intimate friend and adviser ot Urtohts secrtltatly of State diEd ot Osburn N Y tom cm utrtttck Of hemui dlezase He was- In his nlnrItIIth year and onLy re- cenay retired frrQID practice I Pile hearlulgs 8a the suLt brought by the Government for the dissolution Of the Powder Truitt tar alleged viola tloons punishable under the Sherman anti tatmt net were COIlChJded Qt New York The hoauings continued for 4c years FederlEx3lIDlneT Mahatfy will bubmtt tits rxptont cdbout September 16 to the prcpld1iig Judgw of the UDI tOO Stttes O1Cui Court of Wllming ion Del StnMr vJg Hooker of McHenry lost a mareoa Wednesday July 6th Golo I dark brown left eye out light apo- on t left leg and abOrt lanl A reward o 600 will be paidfor her return t- cMrHo kerI I 623- tt + ro 1 n BRYAN LOSES i LEADERSHIP Nebraska Democrats TakeJ Control of State f Declares That Liquor Interest are Trying to Get Control of State- lmnd Island Neb July 26Ne brdskaDemoornJb tpxight wrested the leadership of theIr state organ zaton from Willlam J Bryan on the Issue of county oldom Dy dadsivu- Vasa they registered their unbelief in his present ioliolue nLtr Ii taning to an mlU3SIned appeal front Mr Bryan who declared the liquor In tercas were In on ongadiszdalEmmpt to secure poUacal control of the state The mtrority plank submitted bY Mr Bryan was brief and hLs opponents dccland ml was an otfort to recede from his former radical aroi tude But the worke6 QgJoIUlt the county option plank Were unup poosed and decd firmly agalnt It The ploank follows We favor county option as the beet method of daadnng with the li quor queSou Amid a tumult or cheers front the former followers of Wm J Bryan Permanent Chalrrman Smith read the result ot a test vote of the gatherIng which pmatically took from BBryan the Democratic leadership ofelJrlMka which he has main tasned for fourteen years Tiiejvote came on a mayon which la effect was to elimInate the Intro duddon of P1etfOrm planks wbch ac acconwanpbng speco1 Bryan l1Itef1t edand an amendment The Bryraitadherents deonuuntild the motion as a gag rule and their Oppon rJ S declared that Individual rule mus not prevail In the conven Mon Chairman Smyth ordered the roll- call ou the amendment and whoa two lairds had been called opponer bs of Bryan realized that he was defeated and a wave of oteers that drown ed the roll call begat As Chairman Smpih read the rev suIt ot 465 against Boyars amend mer1 to 39t in favor Oct It the dele gl es sounded a Gre h volull1e of cheers that E1 emed to indlcatie Ihelr relief from the unceitalnty that hall existed as to the o rengtl which thou The original mcllon was then adoped Bryan was among the gust of the cornnltee ou resolutions n med Girls Quit Work Then go to Dance Cleveland 0 July 25Twentyetglds girls emtpboyed in the hot roller kneaders and cutters room at the Amcrlcan Chicle Companys plant driven to despetutlon lW the tantaliz lug music rut a wnclng pavdllon In a- nearbygiark wont out OIl strike here today The glnlshave been getting 1 per day They want 125 the wages pald the wrappers of Ch81IDg gum Trouble brewed when they repodted for work today May Oalvay threw off her apron when the music came floating t rough the window Gee girls store ytid- If the supeidntendent dOe nt false our wages lds stroke Were on chorused the others When the demand was taken to the suPerIntendent he asked for i4we- ntyfour hours to consider The girls refused him a minute He told them to qub The etnikena proceeded to the pa vUlon There they danced and talk ed over Abe wage question Used Revolver to Get Reward dICm hd3 July 2GAooordhtig It a local i pee T F Henninger merchant Iio snvenal days ago avasnoib bed ota diamond valued lit 600JWL- s19d1y menaced wtith n 1evolvertpOltJI- tE athla llaok OOItlCClaIod fi im pass- Ing crowds by the folds of a IJoEIWEtpl per and rIUI1Clwl hive btock along Maltr street in the buslnoe center of t acd y by an untdertitfded anon who hd Inh19 osessionthe diamond I Hennh ger to onawer to n tale I phone sage had gone to Count Square and was there approached by I- IhandsQmely drorsed woman who dl Tooted him to a mar seated DCnbjtJLe latter dh11Ia1Ing the lost gum Hennlnger having tabled to bring tho advertised reward of 2SOimas ac eompvanted to his place of business bY the thief who during tie entire distance covered him with the ravol- v a Not only dd Henniager pay GT e money agreed to but added 100 wtimIth he had prolIStd the nether for his trcoble u walking to lilts place of business Notice The A Srof E 9ock Comnhane- will ship stack fani Beaver Daub Tuesday Auguet end Those thatthae Frock to z4iip will please nutify trite Cot m Ltte SILAS STEVENS JOHN SHlIfrZ BURKS TICIIENOR TRAFFIC STORM IN OHIO COUNTY Very Destructive to Growing Crops Public Road and Bridges 1 TIle most detructhe rate s Grm ever known in Ohio county vidtedus Wednesday night It was lcCtlmpa11 led by a owetful electrical Norrni poJtsloffrom eight to tithe inchex of ruIn fell durlvg Llme four hours storrru Con sidemble damage was done bythe lightning Ute barn of Hut Slnnett a few miles north of Hail ford and the barn of Bert Combs a few miles northeast of Hartford being amcnt those repented burned Growlng cropSnteld- QWs and Uo succk uCfreed untold injury Hay In the niow and that uncut was flooded and ruined by time euomlous quatiVtty of wetter that fell- A washout on the sh H Er railroad above Dundee delayed trafCic on tliat end of the road all liar rterday titter the early morning train had gore east an enormous quJltd- t of earth slipped onto Ue truck from DlIns licI hill resuLting in su- penslon of traffic on than clad of the read during coaddeaabie putt of the day It is rePnnted that Rough creek rose from twelveo fifteen feet art many llnlt Ulereonald that Green river Is radsng 1updly It Is bellev- ed by practically everyone that aU- IJotrom land on ROUgh creek will bl overflowed by baekwatrr thus com pleltug the absolute deJlwctJon of all bottom Crops All rural olrtars out from Hartford were water bound end taUed to make theItlIJ over tlialr- respective inures yestn day as was the mall bus ftl01l1 Hartford to Beav er Dam Reports hlio not been receEt ved- roil nil parts of the county buC it- Is known that in many places the roods and bridges Were badly dam age many briget having been wait- ell out and the rroaths washed away Telephone ccmmuulm Lions are bad ly crippted occasioned by dOstrud lien or the linEs and burnouts of oonueoc don CLEAR RUN July 25 Mrs Lou Trogden and dJughter Georgia who ilure been visit- Ing her sIster w JrllngtCt for the 113loL week returned home Sunday Mrs Oarile Hoover and 1tti la dough ter Myrrle of Indiana who have been visiting relatives for the pnst week In this neighborhood will return Icme Tuesday losses Nora and Lue Hoover were ttheguets of bliss Eva Murry IuS Fri day LtbJle St Elmo luTryi on Ute sick listMiss candle Fuqua bas been visiting her unde Rev R E Fuqua lira John Jackson was the guest of lltra Cisb Hoover Sunday trlr Leslie Hoover wile and chil dren were the guests of Mr H J Lmch and family Sunday These will be an Ice cream super at Bbrmets Creek church Ute 30th of this uuonth for the benefit of the church EverybOdy invited to come Mrs J L Hoover was the gUest Of Mrs Gins Hoover Saturday atmaOoa- Mr G J Stewart and sister visited trlneds and relatives near OweLSOCO from Monday unroll Sourday DARING PLAN TO RAISE THE MAINE Master Engineer Would Use Pneumatic Caissons To Swing Vessel Above Water and Repair Her In Air Washington July 2urJ n E ORourke the etigtueer who IrrdperI the Hudson at Poughkeepsle anddzwu the Puin ylvanIa tallrcaad munnel un der tile North Riverti tOduy uald before Acting SuereCary cr War Oliver ha Plait for raiug the Malnafrom the mud of Havana harbOr Bdetly tllli new t Platt is 354t upon a system ot pneumatic caimona such as have made possible line Ibld tug of extremely deep foundations under water and wWcll contributed lar gely to Ute success of the building of tunnels under the Hudscm No divers are used and rite pontoon sys tem Is put completely aslda Tho method proposed Js to swIng the Maine In a de of powerful eablea and lift her completely out of the water where a complet e lnspealoat of lief hull wlll be possible While he sMp Is suspended above water Mr ORourke declares she car berepairedasreadilyasif she were La dry dock and alter bettor relaunahe + l from the cable cradle can leave Havana harbor under her own steam Tills Ls said to be Ute first plan yet proposed whlcltwould prerent thert1p- toa naval board In precisely the 6lntO condition as she sunk on the night of Fubruary It lSfiS To raise her with poatronsconstructlonexpettssay would mean to work upon her ituU under water and to flan her with ecmr pressed air would dlsurh conditioner between deckS First a wharf or plies would be bulb on eIther side of the subrnNr- ged wreck TllllU beween thewhacwea and the hull twelve paieutaatc cal sons would be sunksix on etlch sIdE Practical tunnel building cPtmtIol1 would be employed there after and a hundred litHe tunnels would be driven through the mud under the Mulaes keel between the oprnsdte Catsroua Through each tunnel Il powrful steel cable would be run and each end would be run up the outside of the caisson to the wharf above so there would be a steel cable under the hull every four feet and the gregate of all woulll be calculated to be carAble of raining tour time the wwlgll or the wreck whIch Js abet 7000 tons Each cable end would them be attached to a system of steel xrow rods and time SCrew back pnlnciple would be employed In that the War Dei artment Iwould be lIkEd for 1- thouBand men to operate the bank screws and iJI every man turning a lever Ilt n gIIyen signal t is planners to Illul1 the hulk up In the cradle of cables In roatloalr the came way as the vYntmlde of Egypt are supposed to have been bush by man power Once swung above the water line tile gap between the s nnrEs would be bridged atd the englneers would work under and around the hull When re paired the vessel could be lot down Into we water by It reYerral of the process by which site Was raleeti- Mr ORourke xIIcssed the opinion to Mr Oliver that the job could be done In three months Both Mr Oliver and Gen Bixby examined tho plan In minute detahlrMr ORoUrke was assured on condlt4on that should an army bOard pass favorably on Ute project his patents In the nppom tUB would be protected Atty Gen Whkelrrnnm arrun eel J- Ute presentnltbn of the plans SELECT July 27Crops are looking very well In this neighborhood Several from hls place attended time Pow Wow at Cromwell Saturday Mr T C Hosey will leave In a taw days ton LuoisvdUei where lie has a position as engineer a11th a Survey- Party between Louisville and Hen demon Mists Mary Jatnee of Islnidb dst lng zelativ here this week Bore to thewife of FJan Drake oT the 2Oth lust a fine bOy Dr Allen of Cromwell attending phyloon it r y I C 4- I IDRECIENRIDGE COUNTY FAIRF- t HardinsburgKy Aug 30 31 Sept 1 A Clean Moral Agricultural Exposition Something to suit the taste of everybody A display of agricultural Products j A Horse Show An exhibition of Cattle Hogs Sheep and Poultry A Running Race each day A Trotting Race each j day Floral Hall the greatest in the state i No Gambling A Real Kentucky Fairw t PYRAMIDS IN OLD MEXICO May Contain Fabulous Wealth They are Larger Than the Mighty Pyramids of Ancient Egypt I r1 That several regiments of yodlers writing unknown to the world for icacv months have boon uncovering troe pyramids bunt of huge none blocks and cement larger utoan those 0f Egytpt is the auoatehflng n ws IJaat ha lately come from the Roputfic of Jkorfco That these pyramids exited In earth form has long been known to archaeologists But 4t was always sup posod that they were once great trills of sands and that centuries ago long Wore the time of Coifcz eentruy were sliaped and itrimmod with Shovels and trades Raiorlng the dual of aej pw however the fact of taedr construction by human Brands Is now revealed and furthermore alma incVoputable indi cations have been found ttoitflbey were the handword of Egyptians of the descendants of Bgyirilaiw- Jt 4s dlfflcul to at once grasp the stupendous significance of this theory one it can he proved IatturI beyond dbipute Primarily It cloK hat rTe Western Continent was iVtecovered centuries and even tuges bufoc the date now established by history But It may go wen fuuhcr than that and taken In connea Ion with archaeological ifhids Mng uneanJhed In the Mexican pyramids it In possi ble that we ore on toe very life of tho tarth itself and of the ancient raves which in1iubled It before fihe dawn of history Of less ImjwiTtauce In its poa ble bearing on the world facts but high ly Interesting In Its possibilities Is the belief of many that when Nye pyramids are opened they will be found to contain ticcifairca of fabulous worth burled fliero by the anolent JnhaUiatits of Mexico when these vast piles were eroaoo- dSJuatcd only twentyseven wiles from lire City of Mexico the San Juan pyramids ns they are known long ugo aroused the laienen of the Mean Govwment Defawltory Investigation at taet led to the belief that excava tion might uncover something of va lue to the world and work was bqjun some time ago Aa this has s ragr Bed great secrecy tae been thrown around what was lie ing done and IKtle actual Information has heretofore been allowed to creep t out it It now known however IhaT sarcophagi ccovalnlng human banes obsidian kndves terra cotta beada and fragments of taro and costly pottery have been uncovered Almost Vt is assented by penaonjs having certain knowledge of What is being found iflhot the tepee of a pneWs forte ago row being dug up are polt- lvdry at EgJTpMon hondiwbnk Many of tare fragments of pottery and the Impfcmeats and utensils found ore similar to those uncovered atoms tire I A Nile while scroll work and ornament a ion on every hand Is dsrlncJy Ejypfcaa It U hinted however that even more ep xlflc proof that the san Juan pyrinVii w re built by EsypSan has come lato possession cf the Mexican Government but it is being held back for compile on and verification and assured if tps i not now true suet revelations are expected wWnin a very short time While the rgoup Is spoken of as the San Juan pyramMs only two of them are aU ractf us exvraordlnary attention MThe e are the pyramids of lake Moon and she Sun CJe laicw much the larger cJ the two Each of he It has new be n I found Is coitrucUjd of five glgmo layers of bJisuliic blocks cemented to gJ cer The pyramid of the Sun covets mire than fourteen ucros of ground present excavations hav shown Its base to be 7C1 by 721 feet and la UmtiB have not yet been defined by the toxilers who are employ od at the work ibyitha eovemsnene Half a mil south of the pyramid of the Sun U the pyramid of the Bloon 11s inn cb feaiaUer than the tcmaef meosuriog 511 by 42G feet at the base On the Sup of tuoh of the pyramids are the ruins of temple On the py ramid of the Sun a one time was a gl gantlc statue of the sun with tacos of solid gold whWa reflected ithe days of that luminary but it was rolled off bv ile Spaniards during the days cf the OOWIUKA and now repujga in IerooIpractically level plain the Pyramid of the Sun reach es a heljhit of almc4I1200 feet tie Py ramid of the Mcon being net so tall Between che two runs the Camino de la MuertOi1 jhe past of the dtad Although he two pyramids ave only about half a mite apart the winding course of the path covers a distance of more than two tnllm Evidently Ibe pith of Jhe dead BtiU Its name from the sacrificial pro cessloa whilch wended their way from one pyramid x the other in the an dent days when sacrifice to f3io sun and the moon were offered by h1 priests of the Torttory than they Ai that period too the pyramids of San Juan are now proven to have been the center of a large population engaged In agricultural pursuits The ruins of the ancient dvilzatfou bore have long attracted artlquarlans fiom the far ends of the ear JJ amid excavations among them have been going on for y arm but it Is only dorciparajlvely i recently that the ImvflygatorB LOAC attacked the great pram d3 ttiemsel I vdsWhile I the work of the Mexican Government has been carried on relit such secrecy that It Is iflWO ble to Ante Jutit when tt was bcg aj on In tareaJng evidence ct how WCent It really is may be found la Menco- a notable book by C Reginald Enoch F R G S author of several books on Cennral and South America Mexdoo was puttldahed only last year but in Mr Enoch referring to the BaoJuotf pjiramilda Ea i3 bait Contez and hlfl Spaniards dtifoaftedand neetog paced near the great earth pyaupoiids ct ithe gUll and the thin but even at that tone he says they weraa they are tor4tymere mounds of earth in which the pjTQttnl al form has been Tartly obUteraUd by inhe action oftlmeS- hsco that time as baa Leon rela too aboveexcavatlocahave abQiytt that he pyramids are not mere mounds at the earth but that they were bull with geometrical accuracy of grea blocks of sane strongly cemented together Evidence of Btalrwujs leading fron the base to the oops of the pyramid on the exterior have always been pre cnt and as the earth la cleared awn1 these arc found to be more distino ly outlined What Is more Important hoji ver 1 i3 now believed that tjhe excavator have come upon hidden alrwayaleai ins to the interior of the pyramids and that upon following these nn clearing the debfis away the secret of the race which built the pyramh will be laid tram birthcplace of kings and the secret vault In whiCh their treasure and that o the priests of that liy were hidden thaethe terra cotta heads already fount are the llken sea of ancient releers prcsened much as toh of the Egyp tlan kings have been preserved in lh pyramids along the Nile Of all the clya heads so far exhumed no two an Identical in feature or alike in espres slon S10O Reward S1OO The readers ct this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreader that science has been ftbl to cure in aH Its stages and that 4 Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to th medical fraternity Catarrh being c constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarr Cure Is taken Interrnally acting d reOly upon the blood and mucous sir face of the system thereby destroy in the foundation of the disease and giving the patient trtrength by build- Ing up the conrfAtutlon and assisting nature in doing its work The pro pdetors have eo much faith in its cur mine powers that they offer One Hun dred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure Send for list of testimo nials Address FJ Cheney Co To ledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pllla for con stipation 01 In Memory Mary Gladys daughter of Mr and Mrs W P Hoagland was born Jtanoh 8 1906and allot tour weeks of severe suMetGng fell peacefully asleep In the abnlnfirlcs to loved one ehe was the joy of the family but the alwlse God deemed her too fair and pure to dwell in- lhlscold world of storms anti arrows So he sent his angle bard to take dear little Gladys to that blessed land of evertasting sunshine and happtoets whore she will never be sick nor suf fer any more Weep not dear ones for your darling babe Is not In the cold cold grave but Just over the river beckoning with out Btratched arms to father and mother to come We cancel callijaie Gladys back buft cane sweet day we can clasp her to JamtemSleep on sweet babe and tales thy JlSffL s God palled thee home be rougbtlt- b t A FRIEND Chltdrn Cry1 FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR1A I A The Dairy Industry of the United t States I According to the last year book af 1 the Department of Agriculture there i are 21 720000 mUch cows In the United States and these are worth 702945 00000 The magnnltude of the in dust ry can perhaps be best understood when K Is considered that dQe e Itcows produce yearly about 1000000 productsIdirorsl fled agriculture so important to th 1 progreas of a community The fern 1 iItor the soil can boot be maintain 1 ed by the liberal use of barnyard manure and the dairy herd oat on I Iv make this poaaSble but dairying 1 Is also more remunerative tan other r branches of farming when properly carried on proicreamery and the consumer of butter has not only been benefltted by bee Ing furnished a more wholesome and e palatable artdcle of food fault the wife on the farm home has been re Heved of the drudgery Incldoqt making butter on the farm where formerly the cream was ripened and churned into butter under conditions not conductive to fine quality in the finished product and dn Che majority e of oases by unskilled bands now the r most of the milk or cream ds dtllUvr ed to a modern creamery where con i dltlons are suited to the purpose o t making butter and tho result ba been a wonderful Improvement lntb i qaalfty of our dairy products Aalh quality has improved consumption ba increased awl the progress of dairy Inv has been remarkable during tir past decade The perpeMsIty of the trysgrtltness depend upon incrcaifine tile pro duction of farm products from year to year a result which net only furnish es our people with food tail maintains the tproaperfty of our ftirmilntg ammo ivltles Increase in production can on 1 cone through improved methods of ognlculture and soJl impravem eat When it Is considered that the ldUtry cow ds the foundatdon for ro111mprove mont and fanning prosperity her importance te best undnOOodDnd interest In her should not be con fined to her owner She Is an Impor tant factor Jn the development nn prosperltyof our country j I QUICI MEDICINE Quickest and best for GUARAMTBBD COUihsISold by druggists Joe Herieihall Heilclic C Muruit lit Looking Over Missouri- An I Eastern correspondent who is wniticg up ixilltlcal conditions as he seea their aDtoa pensonal vlWit to came of idhc Central mutes to of thq- opinion that M the iprcseoi Almo there te no more doubfiful obate ian iLBoouid nor hag there bloat a more doubtful citato tor a good many years The OOTeSPondent quotes the Olgures- of recent national elections and con clude that the winning of the elec toral vote by the Missouri lice bIItoaiiB in 1904 and 1908 was not een aaftlonal grin normal Thto SB a hen elble view and sure to be poached by beRepubllccanteiJKllly outgrown any otter intihe ate and unless tjtia ralta of advancer metfi to arrted the Mate must tiC copy a sure place in too RepublJcan column That some vote erotmlgttit Bourbon sm survives Is not denied but the new elements in population are not of that sort and the varied Industrial Interests aid the party of progres and competent record not the party of reaction and tnefffxlency The crack in toe foundations of the Democratic party cf Missouri first ap peered In the election of 190a seep of great buataeas depre don ahrough out the country A Republican mat Jorfty in the otnle that year surprised the DomocraiB as did the nearly CO 000 Populist votes cast Then tie Democrats and Fcipullsis treed under the leoderahip of Bryan and the Dean ocratlc vote hi 1896 was the largeo the party ever cant in the skate That vote of fourteen years ago Was the Democratic htgh mark in ailasounl There was a Democratic telling ait In Bryans second bailtle n 1900 yet the Democioblc total oven in 1900 was larger than la 190 or 1908 In all of these Presidential years the R pub llcaa vote has sfrqwn a moiterral gain The movement ds normal as ithe taro respondent perceives Missouri Republicans are steady isoing and Fea fy gaining They have no inaunserli tads had no use tor the Champ Clark sort as elite They expect to come up solidLy tibia year with ithe usual gain Globe Democrat A Wretched Mistake distrsasfres no to writese CeArnicaswas soon Burns Eczemaevan mtA Good Word fot the Frivolous Our beOeUiing sin Is to Abe too sere ltIJOnIaabrlerty Bays ilatgaret E Sangster in the Womans Home Companion for August I hold a brief for pure funs Laughter 5a wholesome mirth does more good than medlclre Nd merely mideround we are the tatter for an interlude of amusement The person who was born without a bed1Ior see condemnation ofa girls gaiety I am forced to the conviction girlhood ImmoderateIIare early teens I3hor It should be irejaced in and heir elders look back dn Sender wUtfullnefs thouirtlesedelleatdear maiden and matron la the BUm- mer days and toe ateured that dn its place cfrivoUty is the b1ne that dv ohenolltporteIitOlJB tofrownIngSome of thebrlgbtestheartedSGoyest and moot winsome in their eapaalty- for eeelne fun and making it arc among h great and wise jf ne baa no native eenselolhrOne should meanstos play which front the r1 talCt to leaardirree1Miblyprovokee to Mined folk so too is CW hour with a novel la which the Serious un l dwijing purpose Is llluminaited by flashes of fun on a summer day or a winter aft enccn Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Monteagle Bible School July 1525 1910 Monteagla Sunday School Insti tute July 28 August 15 1910 Dotes of sale June 30 July 11516222329 30 and August 12 1910 final return September 5th 1910 Fare for round trip 700 1 J E WILLIAMS Agt i Deaver Dam Ky Special Excursion Rates Illinois A Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and Convection of Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias Milwaukee Wis August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final return limit August 13 1910 except upon deposit of ticket and payment of fee of fifty cents an ex- tenSIon until Sept 3rd 1910 may be secured Fare round trip 1405 The B M C of the G U 0 of F Colored Baltimore M4 Sept 12177 1910 Dates of sale Sept 9 and 10th 1910 Final return limit Sept 21st 1910 Fare for round trip 2475i Kentucky State Fair LouiavllleKy Sept 1217 1910 Datefrof sale Sept 10 to 17 1910 Final return limit Sept 19 1910 s Rate one firstclass oneway fare plus 25 cents for round trip National Encampment Gj R Sept 1924 1910 Atlantic City N J Dates of sale Sept 15 to 19 1910 final return limit Sept 29 1910 ex cept upon deposit of ticket and paymen of fee of 100 at time of deposit an extension until Oct 28th 1910 may be secured Flare for round trip 3026 Annual State Convention Christian Church in Kentucky Owensboro Ky Sept 1923 1910 Dates of sale Sept 19 20 21 and 22 1910 final return limit Sept 27 1910 Rate one first class one way fare plue 25 cents for round trip- Bratherbhood of St Andrew of the United States and Canada Nashville ft Tenn Sept 26 Oct 2 1910 Dates of sale Sept 2425 1910 final limit Oct 5 1910 except upon deposit of UckeK and payment of tee of 100 extension until Oct 31 1910 may be secured Fare for round trip 393 General Assembly of the Episcopal ichurch Cincinnati Ohio Oct 526 1910 Dates of sale Oct 3 4 5 6 1910 final return limit Oct 30 1910 Fare for round trip 745 Appalachian Exposition Knoxvllle Dlte8ordaysfromthan Oct 18 1910 Fare for round Itrlp965Reunion of the Society of thej Army ChnttanoogaTennOct lmltOat Ja34 V PoetmaatersChatdtwgga oreale Oct 1Q11 igw ttnaliknlt Oct 17 1910 except upon deposit of oaUmeofdepOct 31 1910 iU 9tFareeafhalfotDamKy oro appMcatloaJ Go 1 WI +LIAMB Aieaha aP 0n + k Ja 4 4 1 Ii YJI SEEP SALE r THERE LurARE LOTS OF SALES IN NAME ONLY 1 We have never had one that was not a success nor do we aim to begin nowThis Clean Sweep Sale will be just what it purports to hea general cleaning up of stock on hand with some specially bought bargains just for the occasion Now if you miss these bargains it will not be our fault for we certainly have them No list of prices can show the real values Why should we say as so many others have doneua 50c article for 19c which is ab surd Every statement we make in our advertising or about an article for sale is true as far as human knowledge goes We do not wilfully misrepresent nor will we allow it done Come to this sale every day it lasts N ew dis plays daily Store closed Friday before day of sale I Sale Begins July 30 Lasts One Solid Week I IIShoes I Our reputation on good Shoes is for the 4 Ibest at a fair price and no variation When we cut the f price it means dol lars and cents to you We do not quote a f lot of meaningless prices that only thE 1proprietor and hiE wife wonld read but just say this- During this salt you may deduct one Fourth of the price off of any Shoe or Ox ford in the house Thus a 4 Shoe costs you 3- a200 Shoe 150 and so on Our stock has some of the best shoes ahown on the market and in these days of advancing prices this is a great opportunity I Millinery I Ask the price of any Hat Cleansweep Sale price is just onehalf that amount Now is the to get a new Hat for a small price J Dont Miss this Thirteen Ladies Linen Suits Pink Blue and Tan trimmed with Lace Insertion and Plain 1910 i I style Former price 500 and 600 On sale 250 Dont ask us why That is our trouble r SPECIAL Three cakes Oatmeal WitchHazel or Buttermilk Soap boxed for 9c Good enough for anybody a Ribbons Laces and Em broideries All Silk Moire and Taffeta Ribbons at lOc per yard Just simply can not be equaled anywhere Sizes 22 to 5 inches wide All colorsLinen Lace 3c per yard Udds and ends dean sweep of the lot Staple Dry Goods No prices quoted We just want to show you the real values You will get a price that will surprise and please you It will be a good time to supply your needs on Hoosier Brown Cotton Hope Bleached Cotton best make of Ginghams best Prints Woolen Dress Goods and all piece goods Cotton is advancing We will save you big money For any article named in this inclosureTwentyfive good Envelopes One dozen good Pearl Buttons One Good Pencil Tablet One Good Pen Tablet One Card of Hooks and Eyes One Card of Safety Pins One Paper Brass Pins One splendid Handkerchief Gents or Ladies One fairly good Towel seconds One Cake Good Toiet Soap f READY TO WEAR- UNDERWEAR Sweeping will be the reductions in this line Ladies Underskirts Gowns Corset Covers and Pants in some instances j will be less than you could get the cloth I Clothing Do we want to sell our clothing Well yes you will think so if you cause us to think you want to BUY Sweeping reductions on all Cloth ing and Odd Pants nothing reserved LET US SHOV YO- UEXTRA SPECIAL A Ladies Pure Irish Linen Waist nicely made good pearl buttons nicely plaited with four plaits on each side on this sale only at 110 Nothing like this ever shown in Hartford i For your choice of any article below One Extra Good Ladies VestOne Box Shinola Polish One Box Baby Elite Pol ishOne Splendid Towel One Real Linen Hand kerchief Mens size Remember the date of the Clean Sweep Sale July 30 to August 6 Come as often as you can Tell your neighbors s1 Let us have a regular reunion of friends and customers as we usually do No goods charged oh this Sale No cash register tickets given Values swept of every margin of reductiont t71t BAfLMARD ta CO Hartford Ky4 fvJ 5W 3K1 v r w w IN Fjs f U 1 14 ii- a 4 1Ja c e Hartford Republican Entered nccordtng to law et the Potolnc- Hiutfordltr as man matter et the second star C M BARNETT EDITOR 2CW2PnCrzs- Ouxa brlanH4C- o3uh t1rer 2 FRIDAY JULY 29 ANSOUNCEMENT We are authorized to nnnounCe Hong George W Jolly ot Owensboro n candidate for Judge ot the OOurt ot Appeals In the Second AUPellate oour D1strlct subject to the action of- bhe Republican party Conveetlon ut- Wtchfle111 August 13 1910 In 1896 ton bushels of corn would gntttokaee 31 bushels ot coal In 1910 she same amount or corn ww11 tlur- Mohase 58 bushels If every school and college gradu tute gets a job at once in accordance with his value there Is bOund to be a trrononduous upbeavel in the blls- hiess world In ISOG ten bu he1s ot corn would only purchase 3S yards ot bkooled- shlrtlngs In 1910 under Republican larU the same amount ot com will- ptlrahase 62 yard That tpeecn ot lion E T Franks publihtd by the IPltiS114 Herald- nuts the fht real round pots toad doe- ti1ne whIch has apearod In that pa per 1r many monJ1sIWhen a Republican member gre persisLontly votes with the DtI11ocrwtiS uton pal ty measures he mould submit this claim for reelection 4o u Dt ocratlc plrinlary- Ihe only Insurg nc 11icltwe have iellrd of In Kentuclty ds voiced by the Louisville Evenltkg Po It has bt an 4usurgeirt for ninnyeetirt9 and thL insurgency has been front first elrI then the other I i 1he lnsutgents do rot believe fa- in2Jortty nile lhibt1cc ithat five peT cent of the Rellu1Jllcan party should Kitto end that It should Le atin Ltted that five Iitr ceilt eontaros all tihe- 1nhI ty and till the brains ot the grar ty In 1910 ton bushels of corn woultl- 1urcllme 131 pounds ot granulated tnt ar In 1896 the taste curn will purchase 59 mouud3 Is this the con Ittdoa tlllll the Domccrous and Insur- gerds would Invite our farmers to wing upon tnentsalves7 We w not always agree with Hon- E T Franks of Owensboro on mac cash Illical but the speech he made the rdnth OmgrelontJl DlHtrlct con vention last week Was to our tn44e- Qxactly lIt Is old fashioned Ropubli- 4an prlnclills that we mint In this country The only kind that11It1 ever weathered us through the tOrms ot the past rhe speech Qf llr Franks needed In every state In the UlYlon where Insurgency has lifted its tttid In the Itepubldcan ranks Tote Hartford Hetialdpruceets to close the glove comaItwOh flits paper by lecloring us down mid out nodttly acting liS 4inie ktJller liC- fCTee and stKodd for lath thls tripe r find Itself mills notwlb0tuandbnlg the Herald has not struck a singLe blow and has shown to St9 rua ors thtut rt never evm trained for the fight etlde t 4flds squib wj Lohlit duo tuubt In tens to 00 J poser by 1ramimg So- tor Dolllvur Insurgent Rt1ll1lliCII as referoo To tits we might very lorcl1lly 6tijgtJt Senator Braley mt OJlflO6ttl freu hIds3 wIth all the Ii i- ivigorAnd at Ms ermmtand as ta offset to Senator Dofiver- Obrhgrts man Thomas the Th tart CmgraUlonal DluWlct tocuaklly ntu- t eyleobh Hn OonSrl s dulilrtg theoouTf- 1v which ho Ibltdltd the tact Ihlu- yanper labor WaH tIOnwm l aiJm1tIte into the United States to coupe JU1 OUT homo lw rfge earned rrhe Third DlJ1nkJt ltcvlmv path tithed n- IAowldtgg Green in a lllendldlldl1011Il 1 AlayB its congrlvn4vn alive hy putt ing oat his inOOl1lS1ftency 1111 tggosltng tte itnponhidun of cheap foielgn IlIbO- lAo conrpe with our home men nlld lit the same this adlvocatdng the law brUt or tree trade under wliJdh we WOUld send abroad to purchase nIl 1clcs made bYlthls same cbtJajp tela- EfJnbormHbereby dew1vingour 01 wace earners of any Q1po1t whut sv+r or necesxtriiy plating these upr mute same level with the very clan Wrist Wlhiohthe corning of wbtdll the Calls Consi tency thou ant II tefwelIt IS IT POSSIILE- Jt bas been aid that 1- ttterdeved an because I have beenIl d fp1 by the liquor Men in my gwrI lialrtts I have been sOld out by tisJ4J t fl biftl Yaftln olyseeIT j in- j 8 l RQiJubU ans who refused 20 aM hr It From It COeh of WJ Brra in this Nebtasku Democrutie State convention A SPECIMEN OF DECEPTION For some weeks the Hartoro Herald has ben trying to prove its a1iarge that the new tariff law had tltort ed the Price of every tu6icl- epurchaad by the hou ekeeper In the Utst place i allied fi7eclfic atten lion to the mathcr of gloves and attanlttE 1 to prove that they btld been Increaaed by the plneAldridge Bill when in tact a reduction had been made We know thIs bnd been done front information gained Jrom cutom officials at Louisville Iiowevtr the Herald carne back wIth a quotiun of two schedules bearing ladles and ohildrens quotedlone We have before us House DXllDWlllt- Xo 958 giving bola the tlufI law of 1597 and 1909 anl1 we nnu that the herald has quOted both Schedules from the Dlngltl law venbat4m We will be glad to submit to n committee composed of one CttJtonne selected by us and one iby the HeL Ild2ronl- tiro Iiarlford Bar and It we are nut telllng the tmth about this when re- pOrted by the comnrtree we will mgrte to surrender our every conterflonI1- on the subjEct ot the tariff The on ly difference whatever made In the Dingley law and the Pan Aldrl dge law on ladies null clllldrenoS glove schedule is a redueUon of 50 tis on the dozen lairs under enc duk 454 on Sloven not over fourteen jncl1l6 ID length The dlfIbolng lifi Per doz en pairs under tile Dingley law and 12 per dozen pairs undo the IUYno- Aldridge bm This is absolutely the only change made In the two bills on ladies and children govo3 except that hides of aU kinds have been placed on the free list by the Iayne- Aldridge law rot willl standing this the Herald saga that this class ot gloves Iras advanced It Is lSutlclentI pt isoit to refute Its hi ni to the c1fet irttt t llrufl 1 COI1Odl11taes been reduced from 25 per Cent do fif- ioea lr coat Sole leather fltlm 20 per cent to S 11ee rent and yet boots null shies hats advanced The Harford 1fffiald either Ignorantly or puIPo ely has bled to deceive its reatlerrs upon the question ot gloves if It atould lntrposely decNve tt can net be dusted upon any question It it Ignoinntly or lLrough mistakeI made the quotation relented do en- Urely from tile Dlngly law and preI endcd to quote one sellau from etch andIoff ot ltd a ep ladder long enough to admit that dt was not quite sure 4 A Pleasant Surprise Was glen Mr C D Howard Tuesday i averring July 19th 1910 In honor of- hfis otIIhtnllnth hlnthilay At seven thLnty the guests matdhed to the tUning hall which wus IJkJuU tully decorated for the OCSIOIl and parttook oUhe bountiful bUlJper bleb was prepared by skillful lands Naints ot those In attend lICe Mr land Mrs Joeivh park 11r and Curs James Hicks and children Mr an- Illrs d Walter Allen and chlidrtrn Mr and Mrs George I Junes and childre Mr anal lm James ilcCotnlilc and CJtlhlrtul Mr and Mrs Fluuk Hicks and ohdldten Mr atidi Airs Jeff Pravl and chUdrcn Mr and Mrs Jc01n Tbrty Is and chlldrun AG and aMa WHllum Lake auld children Mrs CllmlotJt lJOw- 31r Fielden DtnncU Mr and Airs Jamcs Shawn and son Cecil Dim 0 toR Tlnsley and children Mr and 1rs- EOtell Funk and son Ellis Mr alI Mrs Tomas Lowe and son Heyhel IMIsse Myrtle park 1m Shown Ethel Allen JeQ3ie Park ECtIO park liable Park Gertlie Park lnlz Birnnd t t Janie Dotlnett Genie Donnj Elei Bennett Gladys Denneft Ddt T1- t1 rewcomb Loran Blue CHute Tlnsle II Mattle Hicks Dora Hicks MylltleTro- t g t land Cora Tnogland Bessie Boehm JesNe rewloomb Diessrs Clllude Bent I nett Osroa Wade Thomas Slurry Ty mer WIIltOl1lleld Willie LUes Olalto Park Shelby PaTh Orley Shown Es tus Hudson Godfrey Bennett EIy Bennett Claude Webb Orvlll Tlche- nor Clyde Delany Orban Tlohenor- Wille IAskure Damon Thraley AI mood TInsley Lemon Lake Eugent- I IlentnetC Robert Shown Hobert Tina illey Eugene Allen Ellls Mien I HlcksO IbIs Howard Al present spen an enoyjablc evenlvzg Mr Howarl- rooelved several nice presents I Notice Tpbacco growers are requested 14 sign pooling pledges and torwar same to C E Smith County Secretary at th I very earliest possible date It 1 tbat they know as soon as poeaibleth ttmont of tobacco that will be poole ttbhs year Please attend to this mat I terrlid send In thepledges DFORDChain t Corn TEN BUSHELS OF CORN We print below a tlttr3at tiwhfch to complied from bulletin Wo 39 ant bttl- aekin No 87 of ape Unit Bureuh of Labor It represearg the purcha3ing power ut aholosUie piece ot teti bushels of ecru the hint of arch lS96 and fiistof Maixlr1910 T1 1 forrues ptiiod DtI1l1CtOtl law the tatter und rthe PayneAldrldgotxlifflavve1 Jbrlft Ct 11000ArCOllff nlalo7 M M Prnnde 711 olaeeeworleanopen kttJe laaon IG 8 tlcetlnmetircholre MMoood 117 toll salt DltrfCRIIMMM ltarrele 7 4 Sugar OrAnolohdMM NOrooool i31 09- Tra Furmoa flue HMloood 6 it- rrpet llM H it Yard5 3- Cafltt 10101110HMHM yard 11 7- rottnn ftnnnpl 7 yard tothepouad Yards tD 4A- Oingham Anonkeag Yard b9 65 Sheeting nieaehed leppereil 1014 yllrd s a- vheelngIlrnwnIlllepperell MM yard e0 El- Shlrttng+ t lileachel 4i4 trnlt of the JllomMYordA c Ae Shoes lfDA rich kid to0dreers Pollll a b 1- Koltlntt mny orotd dloKoDal12ollnrp Yard4 3- lool Anthracite toreH Itohele a0 2Coal ilitnminon leorge Creek Cew York harbor nahels rs al- Ietroleam Refined 10 w W enllone r7 75- narbed wlr OohnollIM founds 2rS un 111 Wire el hponnM round 131 O- 5nrlek Common domestic trlcks 10411 19- runtnt lortIAod IloDlUc nrreie 4 I 1Oak 7R- MhloIpA I CypltM Jt 111 1 14 Sprite MMFt 440 200- a With 1104 remaining b With OOOremalnlog While the prices of pTswst6ie1I all commodities have sliawn some advance during the pant tow yetUi the poduos of the farm show a much grlllLer advance than do the pIXJll1UCtS ot the minas mid lloWtlets Fa Tin land LtSCU has advrineed to value Tcpddly and everything produced on the farm has eleal advanced The price of roan here reP1esenled is abOUt 50c per bushel while the local rproce owing to failure In tunas La about 100 whIch would make a atUl greater difference in the InCl3 In the table In favor ot the prsel1it time It avlN Ile noticed tQmt while ten bushels or corn would only punehaso 21 grounds of cottee in 1896 St wlll to day pur chase jO pounds While ton bushels of corm in 1896 would only tlUrclJcs 59 pounds of granulated sugar M will now purcdhatie 131 pmiods Whtleten bushels or coln would only punchoe one pair or mens Vld Kid daces with 60a remaining in 1896 ten bushels ot corn now will purchase two pairsof the same kind of shore vvdth 104 umnlning That in 1896 wMie ten bu eb Qf corn wophl Only I1J11tcbQr It6 pounds Qt JIan1Jrod alter galvenlzed toI tldry the same ten hUooos ot eon would pure aee 268 pounds That ten bushels of com would only purli1l1se 95 pounds of wire nails dll 1896 j will today purchase 337 pounds These laTe every day facts brought home to people In a matter of fact way which they cnnot escape Our low tariff friends would scale dawn the price of faTrrt products neeeuarly In order to make everyithing cheap This table will be followed every week ul th other tables gdving a comWdwlI ot wheOt oats hay pitttteess beets hogs butter and eggs WaOh for the tablesISENDS DULLETt THROUGH BRAIN Frank May Ends His Life at Pana Ill Body is Discovered by Wife Five Hours After Deed is Committed pana Ill July 22Frank may aged tortrslx years ttroprictor ut the st James hotel mid St Junes Annex ended his Ute in hisnamn In the hotel today by blowing out his brains Financial reverses are glen liS the cause of 1118 act Idlyatolans abate that life had been diatnct for five huus before the flIdlnuot the bOdy by his wile He came here trom Bloomington 111 about tl year and a half ago lie was a Thirtysecond degree Mason and belonged Ito the Louisville lodge ot Masons Ills Wife and two cldldren survive The coraI- lIers jury returned a verdict of- suicldot Mr May was wollknown lit IIltsncSI countiesIIevive Ills tathor Joe May of the Whltcstlle nelglhlIol1hool1 also survl Yes wm JPty ot loutsvilfe was a brother and two other binthera live in TeXas I Ir flay was wIllie a rehlelltot Owonsboro ongaged In the 1111 estate I and insurance InwLncoM and was 11- j member of the flare ot flay NOITIS GrllIn having ot1iro in the Gr1f- Gnifftnli havling office tn the Grit left Qwonaboro three years spit go e1tag to loom Lngton Ill where bey made his headquarters and where itdsr family rostded lie traveled as a asocial agent for the Home Fire Insur ance company for a year aodu hull 1fo signed tQ take the mangement ol the- 13t James hotel at pann IU HlewUe renmled at Dloomtgton to give their chUdren advantage of the sotiool Mrs May and her two chIldren usually spent the summer montbs a pQna and were at pana during the present I season sibs May was before her mar rings l1IB3 Dora Willis and lived toe the Wh1ltSvllle nelghbctl hood Mr tMaY t waa a member of the First Balpblst I church or Owensboro and an ftlve Mason and Knight Templar Vantous rumors have been sliest as to what caused oIfr May to takebls awn life and none or IUh61l1 appear lb- d tie well Thundet He had been Q very successful ditty I mete man pto trite Urns he tavestai 1tb the hottd lit Pana TInt wa netee IL llJ1re I1A1t it had ceasedtoesrn I brit money afnre the m4netlts Ike WhiCh caused him tb fret and beootne 1ucvTeeadd aitttutt tilmt thd Labor in the varlous- depallhhents of lhework to the hO tel lie was not Inancialty emonansed and he left an estate valued atl5000 or more He owned a OOaut1ul residence property In Bloomington in ndti ton to the hotU1 at Pana Notice All parties that have not paid ice bills by first of August delivery of ice will be stopped HARTFORD ICE CO r EASTVIEW July 25Mr Lee Hardy and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Owensboro tics Effie Martin and Mrs ana Sadler spent Wednesday and Thursday with rely Ives at Otveneboro- Mr and tMrs Bill Smith lSPenl Saturday and Sunday with Sir and iI11 Zack King ot Washington- Air iliad Mrs AlJbert Taylor of Clear Run are visiting Nends tnlfhia icln- Uy Mr Eli Malttta was the guest ot Mr and Ts John Taylor ol Ilax well Satunday J BOAT GOES OVER DAM AT ROCHESTER Pilot Barely Escaped Death When the Boat and Barge Were Destroyed i PoIsed In his Iboat for a moment cia the edge of tJthe Green river dam nt Rochester Ky W C Brown C1 ldoens ed grlld or Ewaansvlle was do danger ofbeing dashed to death Monday when the boat and baTTge Went over the dam and into the mpllds below Dy leaping inlo n skiff wbich had been aloogsde the LmpenlAed orallt Brown esOOlped with his me The barge and motor boat wens totaUy I wreckedBrown was nxYlgattng lfl the vicln- itty of Rochester Pile gasoline boat became uamanngettble near the edge or the dam and Brown found tbet he could not gate contodl of ht m time to iiepox t ogolllg over There WillS no Skill to his boat and tie faced certain dear I A mnn onttale band of the river sirvv- rthe danger and jumping into a skiff rowed to Browns aid at the IJ1Iak tOT his own Ute A second aftea Brow leaped the barge crashed over dragging the roo- hJr boat bebind tit I Drown saddthat iheWas certaln bet he had no bncocto etmtlve Had he Jumped Din the rtvor be would have- been unable to swim out r to have 8pd the Sall OIVriiJ10 darn A number or other gaeollne bbeimti have eecapetS the testate tate recently Ma lllvr thein i uUCO1 bloltabla Lith0OeeOlnee t ti i ru1 t tAl i qqqiqsii- r I fI I 1 Profit- vSh 0I of SaleI Ir Ir ISEVEN DAYS MORE = Ir You will be entitled to pshare in the profits of II this big store Its the = best sale we have ever = had It means a 4 J IsavmgIaI buyer a tAug 6 at12 Oclock pllI it Closes I 4a = E P Barnes Bros = = BEAVER DAM KY 2 M444JI 44444442 y 996 6rS dr5N99b t9 9 9999bYJr BARGAIN PERIODT- his lti is a Bargain Period with us and from now pntil August 1st we shall do all we possibly can in the way of making very low prices in order to re duce stock The burden of our song today is Mens Youths an JJ Suits Which can be badnow for very than regular Iprices and they are real 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 We are selling a great many Suits at less than it cost to make them but we want to close them out How about these prices anyway Mens lOQO Suits now 725 Mens 1250 Suits now 925 4 5 liens 1400 Suits now 1025 Mens 1500 Suits now 1100 4 4 5 1350I li Youths 1400 SuIts now 1C25 1 275Childrens Childrena300 Suits now 200 425Childrens ourLawnsmJngs This iss great opportunity for you to pe cure a suit or a dress for a small suns of We t LadlesrtLowCutcure some ofthese bargains bt t RESPECTFULLY 1 10 CarSOnomfi C a 4 tIaoorporated- IrAB FORD KtJ u j I r J r r loP r k n t J f d Jr e- r F 4 f1VNrAf IiJWII J1 trJ UVVlWAJ A1Y l tf j CLEARINGOUT SALE iJ I i t fT I Ip y I r J JULT 2O I TO AUGI CONE WEEK1Fa- ir4X Co must unload their enormous Summer Stock Slash the price Sell the goodsDuring July The deternli nation to sacrifice profits comes for your benefit a month earlier than usual and just at the actual beginning of sizzling weather The very cool weather held purchasers back and compel us to do two and a half months business in July In some instances you can stretch a dollar into a two dollar buying power On many other articles the price will range from onehalf to a tenth oft Price tickets on goods displayed and plenty of sales people will make your bargain shopping pro l4 fitable quick and satisfactory A Great Price Shrinking Sate that Will save Money I Everything in our Store Going at Reduced Price for One Week OnlyII + FOR PRICES SEE OUR BIG POSTERS F I I I 1LL I 4 HARTFOiDEALES KYI4 wrwwwMwwwM wwMwwwrww ww wwdwlwrwll rwmow IIIInol5Ce n tral RaIl roadTI me Table ill AtBeaver Dam Ky North Bonnd oathBound- r NoIU due 40 a m No121due 13 a m No122due1228 p m No1G1 due 248 p m o102doe248pm No181dae815pm ITS NO TROUBLE To hate your table supplied with wholesome food all the year round without a miss or a slip All the freshness all the goodness that It Is possible to secure may be r yours at any time It simply means the sending of your orders here Let us repeat what we have many times stated before and what we are provIng every business day In the 1yearthat the cheapest eatables that j can be bought are of the hlgest pos Bible grade Jk44 Always ready to give you our best service tr ILERS GROCERY L HARTFORD KY t NOT WEATHER SUGGESTIONS TIZ for Tired FeetTry It GenuIne Dawson Water Pluto Watercondensed Finest line ot Toilet Soaps Largest Assortment of Perfumes Very best Talcum Powder Casplan Cold Cream for the fate Daisy FlyKlllerBests All I 7raaglefoot Also Rreso DIpKeeps files from cows Nofsiegers BedDag Exterminator br 3aaLaoLlqald Veneeri PInts Varnishes Oils Brushes fi t Everything you need in the Drug raad Toilet Line il We handle all the best stock rem t idles School supplies sad oMcestation tery to salt all vJ T Yonra to please 1 a rso AvTFoWDDRUGf fCQ IiI i J J It I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JULY 29 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow Ing times i NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Daily 114340 pm Mixed Dalley except SundayI116920 a m Mixed Daily except Sunday 113146 p m passenger Dally Fairs CleaningOtt Sale Saturday sat rdayIFairs Sat udayIFaIISISaturdlly Hooks and Eyes lc eard at Faire Saturday 3dlS1Saturday Pearl ButtonS 3c Fairs SaturdayIHope Fairs Mr SatJurdayIis Hartford Mr Wallace Bennett ot Sacramento Ky Is the guest ofMr and Mrs R A NofsInger Miss Nora Wedding wno Is teach Ing at Taylor Mine sspent Sunday with her parents here Mr E M OHannon or Central J W and O T OBannon HraUord from Saturday until Monday Mr L M Wlllon of lrenUs Is the guest ot his son and daughter Judge and Mrs Jno B Wilson city Misses Nannle Otfutt Louisville and Margaret Taylor of Greedv111e are the guests of boss Mary Elizabeth Felli Hartford Misses Mattie Moseley and MamIe Showy returned Monday from Bowl- Ing Green whereo they have been attending the Kentucky State Nor mal Mr Ben Taylor the barl rw1ll leave Monday for a months vacation at his old home Ittrdeeye hid Dufing hisabierice his chair will be- aupplted byMr E L Hamei of La Grallre K1 itr ri nt r r 5Oc Fancy StTl10 Mohalts 25c at Fats Saturday Hoosier DoonesCc 5c per yard at Faire Saturday I Mens 100 Suits Underwear S9c at Fairs Saturday Jelly Glasses 20c dozen In Fairs Basement Santurday 100 yard fancy and sold shade SUks S9c Saturday at Fars- FUvequart Granite Preserving Kettle lOc at Fairs Saturday Ur John L Williams city is the gut ot his parents In QWeDSu010 Mina Lame Jones GrecnVlIe Js tho- guttyt ot her parents Mr and Mrs J C Jonescrty Born to the WUe of lr Roy For rester of Earllngton Ky on the 23rd inst a fine girl Mother and child doing well and Roy is all L smilesfhe McHenry Iumbernand Imllle- mont Company Is prepared to do your blncksmlthlng carriage repairing In first class order and on short notice Give ihem n trial 5bA Mr R H Uillesple returned from Central City last Monday where he had been called on account of time serious Illness ot his kinsman John Smith who has tuberculosis Messrs W U Schlemmer the baker and W E Ellis the produce man have put In splendid concrete pavement work In front ot their bus mess houses at toot ot WashIngton street Hartford Mr Connor Ford who recently graduated from the Western Ken tUCKY State Normal Bowling Green Ky has been employed and began his school at Oakland Warren coun ty Ky last Monday Mr Guy Forrester linotype operator of the Hartford Republican at tended the Hopkins County Fair at Madisonville last Saturday and vIs- Ited his brother Mr Roy Forrester- of EarllngtonKy from Saturday until Monday FREE HOMESTEADS from 4010 160 acres land In Ala Ark Fla La and Miss GIVEN AWAY by UNITED euocesstfultiOD and application form DIXIE HOME CO Naraja FlorIda Miss Marlo Austin who has been attendIng Cornell UnIversity New York and Is now on a summer vacation is visiting her stlters Mrs Z Wayne GrlMln andMre Hooker IniI t 3 Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Rev T J Acton and wife or lime Falrvleyt nolghborhood were pleasant callers TUesday Mrs W H Hoeker 111sYes damns flown and Eunice HeWn Centertown were the guests of relatives in ow ensuoro tha layer part of last week buildldng 11cIHenrywill treat you right 5It4- j 0 n Leave your Laundry at Cleve lIers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf andIhave been visiting relatives at liar rlsburg Ark for time past three weowlcs returned homo yesterday After a morrha vst to her parents Mc and 3Gu J E Fttgle Airs ThomaS B Petrie and dtughtens An nil Ruth anti Lelia May returned to thoirhcme In Brazil hid yesterday Miss Lillian Monroe leas reigned her position In the Paducah HIgh School to take charge of rime delJ1l1t meat or EnglhIm and History is the High School at Natohez Miss j I will preach at Moriah next i Sunday at 11 a m This Is time last 11th Sunday before our annual I conrerenco and the only Sunday Ill be able to preach to that community I trust the people of the whole neigh borhood will attend VIRGIL ELGIN The Ohio cuuuty TeachJers IntI- tuteI wall be held in Hartford beginning next lOnooy August land I will oonttnue five days Dr Malclm her of Bowling Green lies been engaged by Nuperirttendcsut LEach Us In- ebrUctbr He cameo Mghly recom mended and Lt Is believed that the iinutdltute will be one of the lIet ever heId- I The handsome glass front which Is being put In by Messrs Amos and jU JL Carson tnn the storehouse recently purchased from 11ra Tinsley- is neondng conmymletdon Lt wlll add I very matEoJJIUy to the worth and ap- peamnoo of the building Messrs Ilarrass nave added n inovrglass front to the City Reatau rant property reeetdy purchased bY them Mr J W Ford ds adding a glass front b the storfeboure occu- ple by Mr George Barakat I I fA Engine and Threshing Machine for sale D L D SANDEFUI1 Beaver Dam Ky Little EUrol and Bearvct Sandefur en Ieotlned u few of her lLUte 1cuds Tuesday evening July 20th with an ice creaan Supper dt being her 5l1 birthday 1hore preseot were Kathleen AJilt1 Bernice and Isabelle Stevens Ella Henry Tressle Ojlu- lEul3 uull BeatiSandcdur Pearl and Randall Sandefur J V and Byron Henry and CItfoad SreVl1S 1113 Katde Pendleton entertafued- a fuw of her rdlllds at her llbme on Unomu rTect 1Vedne day evenint In honor of her guest 1Ihs Louise WlckLirCt and Lulu Grundy of G1ee- nvlle Otters present were ills e3- Murgaiet Taylor Greeinflle Nallnlt- eOffut of Irauisville Wlnrn Stevens Mary Felix SalIn Ktown Betttrlce- IIayne3 lIottle null Ruth Riley and Messrs H J Dell E3t1 Piuk Oto Martin Johu Taylor Clarence Dar UJrll Douglas Felix 1luawld and Mc Henry lIo11illOOk County Judge R R Wedding has been notified that he Is entitled to appoint two men to represent Ohio county In the department of good roads In tIle College of Civil Eugin- eering State University of Kentucky meulrromtime work free of tuition The road problem Is one of the most Impor tant of al liEnentucky Young men preferably between the ages of 18 and 2Shalng such an education In prospect should call on Judge Wed ding at the court house for further particulars We this wick annolnc the candidacy ot Hon George W Jolly of- Oweneboro for Judge of the Court of Appeals Mr Jolly Is a lawyer of tIle hlglnest standing havint practiced ills profekion In all or the courts ot the State and Federal courts for many years He was Undted States DutrLct Attorney for Kentucky fdur years during the Harrison administration and made nn enviable fetlU- tatJon as a fearless prosecutor and for conselenilous fidelity to his du ldes Mr Jolly has alwyas bum a Republican though he has many warn personal friends among the Domoclnts to wham ho has never made himself uffenslve in his partisanship He was n member of the gallant 1711 Kentucky Infantry and served during Ute war ot the Rebellion as a Federal soldiex It given the nomination be will make a strong fight for election in November During the past week II train of- acciderts seems to huve overtakfn a number of prominent lIlIlMont clti zen Mr F L Fllx of time Hartford HemM while on hers Partin a few miles below town sWllCd on a nail which pierced his foot and has caused him a good deal or pain A few days afttrlllds proC W R Iledriek happened ot the sane necident nehdleimak Ingh some reiairs lit the Oircuit Clerks office in the COll1 IOU e A lare teal penny nail pierced his foot and passed almost through from bat tom to instep Hu Is gattdng along very well but will he oonClncd to itls home for several dorm On Tuesday Dr Joe Tylor way thrown out or his buggy and sustained a Lraenre of the collar bone lie was utiemded- by Mrs Pendlrtoll Riley unit Is repoot- ed to ue getting along very well- al hough sufttlng eroasidertbly from time hm jury n JOSIAH jfJ iTSt41fyf1f ll TT a1 1t ll etl + e + 4 +li + TTfLe SEND YOUR BOY TO Matheny Batts Yanderbilt Traillifig- School ELKTON = KENTUCKY lt tA limited select school Col trained teachers Students than thirty towns in tKentucky and from six Southern states valued at 45 t 000 Electric LightsSteam Heat Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur J roundings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3s2 000 spent on improvements this r summerWe boys from 12 years of upT want your boy carefully L trained send him to us and send youngi of the I 4i school opens Sept 7 4 Write for illustrated Catalogue L i- Zr Address All Communications to t MATHENY BATTS 2- L Prirlcipals JI Macedonian Phalanx Two thousand one hundred nnd dne yentas ago June 21 197 D- Cwas fought the famous baJ le of Cywoscoiilitilue thecoiUondlng parties being the MacedoaCtuis wad the Romans the nffair taking place in Thessoly near the modern lawn of VeJeslno Alexander tie Great conquered the world with the cokbrated Macedonian Thalanx Agailnt tn11s powerful or ganizatJon the Greeks und tlfe mllllour of pejtaia were helpless and phiUMOps 4Vn by his uld swept till ojupOiCitlttj BWtty und died monarch of the then known world It was the temJble organization lilt the Romans had to caul end with 11I Cynotstipbalae and they niU It with dle Legion that was to become even more famous ICian Hie phalanx Tile Macedonian Phalanx won rom ipoeed of some ehteeu tCiotitand men in wild hotly tilxteen lines de prend armed with the earlsim or like twiin tyfeo jpiig TOO eorlEiia when In tiorrlzontul iiostftoii n ua grnciptd in iboth hands und so held that ft prim jeotc l fI seen feel bufone tore lady of the i kement There IbtCng tibcee fetA Tjetwene the line the arfeei of tCne men standing in the second Hue pro icv eel twelvo fete beyond the front rank those of the fourth and fifth Tanks six ftol and three feet reajtee lively There was thus j re uified a juiriH le Beides of pikes by Much fllle to meet the enemy Now the Roman legion was cam S oeed of three thousand men formed fix files deep making n frocii of five hundred men armed TMlth lhe plum ti short stout spear and the Sipanilsh sword formed hah for thrusting und cutting It win be seen at a glance itlhat she Phalanx a great square fonmatlen and very heavy throughout could move only as w wfliole while the Legton be tog much smaller and trained to all Borts of evelntlons could move at will and readily ndajit itself to all Effua tlons And eo at CynoscephaHae the old Phalanx and the young Legion were put squarely to the test and the Legion iron The Phalanx charged it with ta Imsneoeo mass and oldtime gift Its rrlble BOrfeeuB threatening debt UC = lon but tbe Romans wheeling about at will eriking now atone point and DOW at another finally got in behind lie pbalanJiUes and routed then a1egoosing nunj4 eni were pretty well balanced therebeingabout 26000 Y r on each side but the losses were anything but even those of the Romans being only some two or three thousand while fibre than 13000 of Che Macedo nians were flatn It was the last of the Macedonian Phalanxttie redoubtable organization with which Alexander had pushed his way to the sovemgnity of the worlds The famous JaI tnJon never amounted- to much after that The powreful tiling I that hud destroyed the Hbenfies of I Greece and made subject irrovluees of the mighty emigres of the East I whidh Ma creators firmly believed to be unconquerable and which was dread ed even by many of the Romans was knockedout for good and all The Phalanx did make one more show at a fight at Pydua btfi there LeIion I tended her sway over newly all the I world became a Roman province B C 1148 SummerTouristFares 0001isold as follows Cerulean Ky 330 East View Ky 215 j 1li51Chlcngoon j September 30th 1910 Inclusive Final return limit Oct 31st 1910 Dawson Springs Ky 230 round trip tickets on sale dally Final re turn six months from date of Bale The above rates apply from Beaver Dam Ky Low rates from other sta tlona on application J E WILLIAMS Agent Trinnial Concleave Knights Templar Aug 13For above occasion Illi nois Central Railroad Co give sped al rate on JllGO round trlpfrom Beav er Dam Ky Bp clal rates from other points oa apprecatlon dates of sale August 4 6 Gand 7 1910 Final return IdmLt August 17th exceut upI on deposit of ticket and payroemit of fee of 50 cents an extension of final limit to Sept 6th 1910 may be secured J E WILLIAMS Agent Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts Jackets cloaks or wraps i also clean your kid gloves and muffs I All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club An Ambush for Wasp- A curiosity in nuitural hClatnry that mull surpass all OOIrdha3 tften ob Served ia a garden no tar from Alder the says the London Modi A numb of wasps were heard buzifcn about a particular rhododendron butts Thb gardner emmmoned the owner of the garden and too ttwo proceeded to slaughiieir Wit du hull an hour fifty queen wasps had boW killed j flue next day a number more iwcre buzzing about the bush under the same I noIUCttled to this single bush which ts ono of many A euggeSCed reason Is ihat the floiMars were a little furtfieT ml Varrced and so more full of honey butt as a rule color 4s almost as strong am alluremenit as ectsA or the liwwy I senseIt ncil unusual for a few queens onlwdaenpreaching but ith Js quality is unparal elcd t The experience suggieiitB that Che wasp mllilt be esiormJnatd bupi posing his to be desirable If we all grew specimens of this favored nowI er The special fondness of queemi wasps for white flowers of particular surds i has been observed before and some gardeners grow such on purpwse but I hour oPd oflaugihtClIfhi3 flower Into which they dived which served us a shroud to the undI tity of bodies lying around the ly ambush of Pie rhododtmdron Fiscal Court Allowances- List of Claims Allowed at the regular June Term of the Ohio Coun I ty Fiscal Chamberlln BS CourtICook Mack per Greer W T nails furnished Ohio County 1CO I Helm J T team on rood 750 lalJQr Stone and Canl4taud 4oI3 I tll11dlCl11tertoWn Jackson J C per diem 300 Miles C V per diem 300 I Mlles J H per diem 300 12406MosleyConnCy COO1 Shull J R c Money loaned Ohio I County 20000 Stone S H Bro Lumber fur nished Ohio Co 1500 Steaimni J M team on road 250 Sanders Thos per diem 300 Scot O E per diem 300 I Tunsley W S per diem 300 WKttdoure J T Rewiring and Building booths 37 I W S Tlnuley Clerk of the Ohio County Court do cefttufy that the fore I going Is a true and complete Kst of all the clams allowed by the Faecal Court at the regular June term 1910 w s TINSLEY clerk Dy C O HUNTER D C The following are a cocnipleie list of claims allowed by the Fiscal Court at the July tern 1910 BlankeiisMjj W C team on road Prot 13 JlC50 Brown A R team on road Pro 29 450 Black T H Conveyance fur wIt neifsrs to attend trial G Scmi Eon 800 Black Frank Alms House Keep er 41390 Chamberlin B S Sipeclal Judge Comth vs M Dougan 300 Ohamberlln B S Per diem 300 Cook Mack per deem 300 Griffin Mrs Maggie Money loaned Ohio Counly 45000 Hoover Gilbert team on road Pmt 25150Jack-son J C Per diem 300 Miller Marvin steiiosrayftcr comth TO OtCs Beard and Geo 8Jmpr son C810 sidles J H per dt m 300 Miles C V per diem 300 Morton John P Co Building AsBeseoTo books 750 Patton J L per item 300 Sanders Tires leer diem 300 TlnsJcy W S per deem 300- I W S Tlnsey Clerk of the Fig cal Court of Ohio County do ceniify that the forego n1 are a oomplc o Mnt1 of the claims allowed at the regular July term 1910 W S TJNSLEY Clerk By C O HUNTER D C ChlldrenCry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIADedication The New Baptist church at GMstrajp near Warrens Mill will be isdJcted She Kffli Sunday no JuOy Bro A M Girdoer will preaah the dedicatory sermon Ddnner on the ground tree to all everybody cordially invited to attendtMaking Life Safe Everywhere life la being made more safer through tbe work of Dr Kings New Life PlUs in Constipation Bl liouenese Dyspepsia indigestion Liver troubles Kidney dleeaaw sad Bowel disorders Theyre easy but stare and perfectly build uptheoealth 25c at all druggists m4 SYMPATHY helps hurls but it wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make an appointment with us for the practical way of getting your teeth in fine shape Best crown and bridge work in this town- or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky ConcreteWork Concrete work of all kinds laid by experiencedworkmen Anything in concrete from an ordinary pavement to con crete residence Estimates furnished free All work guaranteedJ RILEY CONTRACTORHartford The Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER Fhe regular price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 5 a year If you will send your order to us you can get The- HARTFORD REPU LICiK AND TH- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The LoulsvlIleTlmes Is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best crops of correspond entsCovers the Kentucky field per fectlyCovers the general news field completelyHas best and fullest markets 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January April July and October Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday r lit Jppuary Ilmltlrat Tuesday In October wrprMSa etKUur ro Other County OfficfttC S Mox eY SurVeyor Kordsvllle Ky R F D- No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky K F D No Si Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford DrA B Riley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday ufter 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday otto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John H Miles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after SrI Monday In December- J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after Srd Monday In September Saturday after Srd Monday In December- M C Cook Renfrew Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after Srd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday In February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Novem berC V Miles Fordsvllle Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday in August Thursday after ltd Monday in November StdMondayMonday In Mayo Friday after Srd Mon MondayHARTFORD POLICF3COUnTI C M Crtve Judge G B LIkensCity Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor R T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members of Council T n Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman DarnetttCRELIGIOUS SEllVICES M E Church South Services monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day in each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 915 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastor fourthSUnday ClayFordC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 n m and 7 p m Sunday School 045 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No GTS F A Mj meets first and third Monday night in each month W E Ellis W M C SecretaryKeystone No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday In PrlestvHartford Chapter No 810 E S evenIngSecretaryRough 110 Knights of nightSK of R sHartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M meets every first and third Thursday PForemanSunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night GrlfflnLadyCommanler Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1SS1 monthNoahTreasAcme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In GrandDRedMenday night In each month Walter Camp ofRecordsPreston Morton Post No4 G A R beforetheRogersAdjtA S of E National Officers- C O Drayton Pres Greenville III UreenIyTreasIndlanapOIlRState Officers- J C Cantrlll Pres Georgetown Ky f llitrtfordCalhounKyOhio DamKyCD Ford Treas Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordKy DNO2 Y A Bellamy Whltesvllle Kyt 3 FD Baughn Hartford4 T w JeQuady Balzetown Ky6 ni Plumer Taylor MlnesKy6 J L Brown Rockport Ky w ayeulotlrlarvauo b- Ii adewar r eNT1IpeW eatX11 irewt e lllikltlrejl- saasl rwlrtWLat- wr U 1 3tJlG1f3tnOXJlt C U BunT 0 E BWIUJ BARNETT SMITH 1 rr ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KYI y Will practice their profession In all tW i courts orOblo and adjoining wi ties and Court of Appeals Sp Q attentlon given to all buslnr entrusted to their care Collections au the Pray tide of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build log 4 FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KT Will practice his profession In Ohia and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Has aid building r YANCYLMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all tile Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank 1 4 JOHN B WILSON CHAS M CnOWH WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun lies and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to crimlnali practice and to collections Office on Main SU opposite Court House PATENTS 1 1aUTHAT PACo adnrtlol thom rwa4tlatew xpenM sad e1p you to niccew Brad model photo or tkttch for FREE report on rat ntabfiltr to Jean pnctic SUR IIIookB03BOB Seventh SCrWOt WASHINGTON DO- I DSWIFT i 1Ifi KILLTHc COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS l KingsNew FOR CS er= d11 fAND ALL THROAT AND UNI TIOUILE- LGIIA3AWTZZD BATISFAOTOli OBXOJBY XLBit UDZDeendmoael c audfroenpetFeecoP7r1aheICo IN ALL COUNTRIES Biuinetr direct kith 1Veztlagton taw timy many and of He i Patent and Infringement Practice Eacludnlyy JDUWASHINGTON D C h Ai tnha f FAIRBJNSMORSE j Gasoline Engines I Pumps Water grinds teedo ahedte ill corn clc Works every day at a small coat to operate All size for yeAddress r FAINQir ft f Ky 3 i I Il 17r t ONE LIFE LOST INELOUDBURST Golda Hale Drowned Near Daw a son Springs Rapidly Rising Stream Dawson Springs Ky July 24Ac- loudbuii rruek his prince rul noon todaYMComfl1ndl by a bn1lllan- teleotical sturm Grent damage Mrs done to growing orops aU tttraatms ntho vtcitntty were swo1tlem to throe times their usual uze and the brld3e- at St Charles was wnl away ra- sultiag 3 i the loss or one We wnd the n61101W 1pe of two other pert3aas Golda Hate 11 3 xra old Ian Mr lire in the flood She was dtGvirsgn buggy wllth two other cblldren and crt temp ed to crass the tatteulag Midge When Close W the middle CIt rhe ppsn- the struxtivo gave way and crashed Intothe tdver below TUte horse rind busy and oOOtPantIWere eatauglod- to astnbggTVg mats In the water an- gply sndractilous good ck paved the lives or two ctGldrem Gd1dle Hate mho was the daughter of Mrs Mack Haie never came roth aurdace wme- rstrildtlg the water Her body wanes recovered an hour later mme dlst1lnoe 4Iflbm the scene or the drowning WI this seetlon or the counIryagreat deal of tJhe wriest crop whllch was eMU La the shock W13S swept away by the rlstng coulters l cmps of dart tobacco were Injured bi tfue laintalll and Mgh water Small ptants were washed away and the larger craps whbeh wit hstood the dwDopour are now rrenching In the tdeld3 Sheriffs Sale By virtue or execution zo 310 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio O1muiit Cour in favor or the Bank or Hat0ord- agalnst Thomas J Walker oe for too sum or 100 with lnterest faam- Decmber 21 1908 and 150 and 1253 coat I or one of my deputies will on IlMonday the first day or Auguot 1910 ween the hours of 10 Q m and 2 oclock p m qt the courWOuae door fn Hartford Ohio County KY expose topubUcs sale to the hlghert bidder the J following property or so much thereof aq may be neoessary to satisfy plalnUffs debt interest and cost to- vrtt A tract or land bOunded ClS follows Beginning at a ston Ellen Lee s t oraei tlieaoetith4rr line1 E 13 polea to a slako her N E corner In Thomas Hoe thonoe with r lots line S 89 E 17 poles to a stake N W corner ot blaeknantbh shop lot thence S 1 W 13 pOles to a take la Street thence with s tN S9- W 17 poles to the beginning contain ing 13 acres same land conveyed to T J Walker by Caroline and wood PhiPPS Oct 4 1901 deed bOOk 4 page 2 Levied upon as the tpropertY rd T J Walker Terms Sale will be mad on a credit or six months bond with approved eeturfty required bearing In terest at the rate or 6 per cent per annum tram the day at sale and having force and etect or bond Witness my hand this 9th day or July 1910 T H BLACK S O C If The Dike Is Too Low It trautd ibo remembered thatone t halt of the total ItS dcfu the United States from foreign countries come In wihont the payment or any duty whatever It mould net be forgotttea- that a Tariff which ds btgh enough r to kQp out the foreign si Anufaduree and tbus give O lI11e American full VGtrs ioh or the home market wdth Out torelgn oonspatdlbcm COUld rho no rmu it were made n1jltor Ardke- wbleh kegpe the water out wrdl prevents the overflow of adacent hands do no injury df it 1s two feet too high But It nlt n one Inch Nao lQw the adjacentllllll1ds will be 6S complete ly overflowed sa It there were no dike thereDes Molric Capital j r They Want a Chance Every o e in a wIhle We see an ooIioida1 toa Damocmtlc new qapor condemning the Republican Admtnls- tloVon a1 the Tanff loss far9dO11- pp neponslble on the groind that the Psjorctlve polder cr ilJo RPUb t oaavpeuty ha4 lacreasrd ctQteoost of- i 1lviirygDo out Demactatic rrlends pall- t ut to lie foot tbht dhe1natledSye- o tJ 1 TatsImtroased tbV mlg ortjhe u arkLn etll of 1OdUDJtW from anti- to ddisreIsIII ITdbVent qe 7- No i tb they move elagithing to oaykbO t tfleiktfhatwhea we hud Freeltrt- In 14I9ooltutrysSnts had nathing to fUend tut thot itjime T Nor ea I lI to ahtp MiOut Itpsgg grerow inlull p If1W when we jI ee Yadef NiO Jr abutIaieiadriYe of tllggeeW e113 jiift111s t country and tl1 ongagod In the same tn5 other countrdes collie which FreoTrod wcutd put Us in t t conwotWlonNo llhev simply want n ch1xtge for po- 1t4cal reasons QS they wanted it In 1892 and when theyget it they will Ianrt ancitjhea change as they did Ia 1896I QandulCit Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe In 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mall J C MeodeDball MedIcine Coy ErauvIllelid Bristow VUlifies Republicans JoofJPh L Brdttnve a Republican Uaacd States SenW or frcan the State or Kansan In hla speooh ot wUnt13t- dvUtfkd the RopibtCan natonalad minhwt atom the aoWn of the ccn 6II1Ut Republican majory dnaotb- hbunay or Congrem and the leaders Who for a gancratlon have been dulY dh en by Republican majorLtieo In their reeiective States to represent Ithooo Stew or eonsttUeacles In the Federal legislature IUs speech proved that the InU1tenll3 are squardly and openly Ilmted galnnL the pattY to wDlch they pretend to lo1Jg and tJMt the man who votes for an In I11gent candidate on national cue Is a Democrat so ras hs vote bas political slgnltrome whatever The last vtetige or pretense to Repub lloonlmn s SWlpt away in this tirade agadntt every 5bing President T aft- ohtntls for Every Democrat teas a right to his oonvtoblons and to ex press them Q the ballot box but the line has been dtuwn anbre dfdLslvedy by Senator Brl tow than ever before between Insurgency and RepubUc1D ISm r n far all the voters to ohoosaKansas city Journal To cure IOrlppe sad Colds la 14 horn take QUICKS Cold and LaUrippe Medicine TADUTSl- It rosy UbUm sot keep them seed Z5c h J C Mendenhall Medicine Co EnmlllellI and get them post paid Guaranteed InvariablyIncreases Wages Occasionally the Free1rrader In the United States makes the blunder or speaking about the workers In unprotected Industries deriving no benefit from Protection but the experience of Germany and that or the united States demonstrates conclusively that there Is no class which dOs not benefit from he stimulus given to Indus try by the artificial aid extended to It by the Protective system It would be extraordinary Ir this were not the care The object and the result of Protection Is to Increase production and where the latter Is lcComplished there Is more for all workers to share Even the nonproductive consumer shares In Ute benefits of In creased Production making It easier for him to satisfy his desire for consumable articles Sam Francisco Chronicle Stops the Coalll heals the Lusgs QUICKSMCOUQU If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVIUU IND Taking Onr Share Irv vtow or te agtatdon on Ute subject of high prloe and the tn- creasedcott or living lit may be Clliu est 1Jg to learn what arch Inddyfdual would receive U rome of the gpats- uppiieu were dWtded equally among all of tile bnhabttartp of tibe United S ates Vliile three ffguris cannot be absolutely cannot they are near enough to + le a ganctul Idea tel what the avtrge man woman and cl11ld would reatlve doimng the Sfgttres UP- on tbie latest available reports roan reIIoblo sotmcea and calling ltao UJC1p- uiJtLou in round nusnbeca 85000000- In fruits vegetables grain and ether common nrt1cloo cf rood Sole would be our allowance for ono y11lr Apples two IbUilhel1 apafoots one quart beans two quarts butter ylx pounds and t1Ix Nunes cheese three poun4a and twelve ounlces cider five pints honey twelve ounces milk etghtydive and onelalt galtona snot lasses CIIlef1Jrd quart onrcros tour quartet peaches six quatra peanuts four quarts fJ1ums three and a half quarts potatoes three and a toutl h bushels tiwect potatoes one1taif bu shel ziee ate peck oonn tllJrUoOna and onebaJ1tbushels whet seven bushels and three peeks oars trine and onehalt bushels barley two bushnts rye one and onehalf pecks bucljwlheIJ rlx quarts WOe would also have at our dlC1i1C331 about eLgntone Md a sinuh lwunds of sugar one atd a tbdnd pounds ot tea twentyseven pounds ot coffte I twelve ormioce of cocoa eight and one half pounds of tobacco ten quarts or- flatSeoo and nine ounees or hgps- We could keep warm wbh our al- towaace or tlC and two Lifths wows or- coaland light with tdxtettn gaLLons ot petroleum For clcMng we would have seventyLive pounds or octfen and tour anti onehalf pouuda ot Wool Every faintly Qt four would own one horse three elhetp and thrEe rylg3 A fomrtly or six could have five cows and one family In every totem families or our would own a mule FOr feeding to live stock each individual would have tit his dlnpotnl rourtltbb8- or a ton or hay Every member ot every tamddy would receive Sldverttt1Jl dozen ens from his poultry each family or four barringa LOCk or- Chlneen Each year each jl11ldOOl would have to drink twertthe gatLccs or fermented Uquons Jtvethtnh of n quart or rum onesevrrnuh or a quay or gin two and twonfhs quarts of neutral tph1tu and onePubrd quart or fruit bnLndy Our receipts from OUr mines should yield us 1120 from CTeS and miner ats 1165 from metals and 240 from secondary produce and chemicals our bank divIdends should yield us 110 sad wsthottld have 4400 on delposC for Cl rainy dny We shoUd E1polo for postage 238 eadIi year Idshould send ttnd ore de mone orders tp the value or 529 Our pnclponty lcizs bY fire should not be less thlunl 230 At the same VItae each indiividunlleliould Save a Ito Insulnnce pro lcy Dar 150 Everyone iiiould envoy ten tildes em Abe troni each year nhae would not be vecy dxngerous when we sou that only one p iSenlter is killed La 2375 000 paeocngor trIlpe and one mju1i1dIin every 76000 passenger trlps M our Tate of tam trips a year we could DCI hope to truvel mate than 7600 tulleeu without rtsee4ving ore injui or more IJclngJI Chi Cllen Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wltl the publishers or the Inland Farmer or Louisville whereby we ore enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour nal and one or the best fame papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer U If We Must Take the Dose As usual the possiblllty or Democrat- Ic tuxess at the coming rail elec- tlons li being discounted by manufacturers and buslneE men generally- A slump Is already apparent In various branches or trade with curtail ment or products consequent upon a decreased dfmwnd The belief that rlpul legislation to disturb the business world Is the Idea ot the Democrats and their Insurgent allies does not assure the country or continued good times It we must tike the nauseous dose or which most or us have an unpleasant recollection let It conic now so that those Who want a change may have their fill preSh4nuallelecUon I The door of death seemed ready- to open for Murray W Ayers of Tri1lSt Bridge N Y when ho UteI woe wonderfully saved I was dreadful cond5tton he writes myy skip was 31 mot yellow eyes sunken- tongue coated emoo3ted from losing 40 pounds growing tweaker dally Vir- uleat liver trouble pulling me down to de30111 In spite or doctor that matchless medicine Eleotrdo BitI ten cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong For all stomach aver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 50c lot aU druggte e m CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the S1guatureo f EAST VIEW July 19Rev Nona uol rook Wl ed hs regular apolntment not Bells Run Srurtsy and Sunday Mr B J French spent Q few days lacl week w1frt raiatlvet at graver Dam Mr ankh Mrs Dill Sgnith a17crtt Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Z N King at WatJb1ngton Mrs Atha Stewurt and t1S3 Lena W e1yard or Owensboro were the guess of Mr S R French last week Mr Delmer Sharp of Madiscnville was In C1h Is vlclCty Sunday evening Mr H S Ward Is 1iil wslth llteum- Jtlm and flux Mr EtiUi Jewel is on the sick fair Miss Mamle Chapman is Ill with lung tmottbh hue recent rains have dyne much damage to the crops In this sactioo UU fi = Let Us Show You Our Line of I a BUGGIES and SURRIES jl Weare hoad uai tern fortire famolJ 0WeIiSboth the genuine Geo = GaDelker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaranteed I They will lat longer and run easier than any other buggy or surrey on the market = I THE OHIO COUNTYP SUPPLY CO i t Hartford 7 entUqky = = ri 5 Wf 55 WW 55 1 w r r a TOhUCH LIVER LUNGS L uweakest organ If were w weakness stomach liver or lungs there is a socsliedraof weakness or disease of and other of digestion and nutrition Diseases and DrPierceswhichhother organs of digestion and nutrition are cured also stomachTakecrys and you may have a strong stomach and a strong body GIVBN AWAYDr Pierces CommonSense Medical Adviser new revised Edition is sent free on receipt of stamps to PlY thebookUme Address Dr R V Buffalo N WeL DOUGLAS 530053505400== 59O5SHOES Bestln the narld UNIONMADE Boys Shoes 200 and 250Fart COloEItUUd W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of other makes If you have been paying high prices for your hoe tha net time hoeIrood In every way as those that hue been costing you higher prices you could visit our large factories tBrockton Mass and see for yourself how careFully W L Douglas shoes are made you would then understand why they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes es CAUTION w r Douglas name and priM U stamped on the bottom to I the wrorer against Llgh and Inferior shoes Toke Yo HuhU lute It W r Donalauhoei are not tor sale to your lelnltJ write Matt UNerCatatog WLnoattu UroCkIOIlHuaJOB HALE BY a CARSON COMPANY OIlORUrD1 Hartford Kentucky Each of the chiefor gans of the body iIIlink in the Chain of Life A chain is no stronger than its weakest link the body no stronger than its of the stomach organs Pierce Y If prl MeCALL PATTERNS Cerebrated for style perfect lit stmplfcityawt- rcliabnity nearly 4 years in nearly t town the United States and Canada or by mall direct tore sold than any other make Send tor tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than anyothet lash on- magarinenLllon a Lat est I dressmaking millinery plain sewing fancy needlework hairdressing etiquette good etc Only 6 cents r patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cllh prize olrers Address tax MCCAAL CO 235f US tw trth SL NEW IOU ElectricBitters Succeed when everything ebe IsIn nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified LIVERANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine ever gold over a druggists counter F4i ttIt1I THE KENTUCKY- i Light and Power Co i =SlriII J INCORPORATEDt i WILL WIRE YOUR KOUSE Hl COST i iELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANi HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACHIE G i 61 OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REpUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owpnsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ltEPUBLICN ttnd Lally vwensooro Inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Qooro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 1 Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years succear tosecure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKREPIN I acceptinghisBookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you 75 per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesFor FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE lsamlrpASxal EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS II ix t 1 TROGHAM TEACHERS i INSTITUTE l f To Be1 Held in Hartford begin ning Monday Aug 1 I MONDAY 10 00 Organization Enrollment IntroducMon of the instructor by W R Hednlck Remarks by the Instructor llfioNOON- 115AddressDr Mutehler I5Defeardve children how dlsoov cr how manageI S Mason 220RECESS- 230Rewtlve advantages of the olty and courfffy cblldW R Carso- n250Some mistakes made In memo- rbrainingC K Carson 300 Discuss DayDreaming and PhantasyE Y Allen 320 Does the clilld have a vivid im magl nation Jllas Mattle Moslej 4 00 Adjournment TUESDAY 830 Address byDr Mutehler 900 The TeachiW Scholarship H E Brown 920 Professional Training H T Leach 935 Governing and disciplining ablH ty of the TeacherE S Howard 1000 RECESS 1010The School Management Ozna Shultz 1030Methods In SchoolTheory ap plied to practice C B Shown 1045 Schoolroom Environment O D Carson 1100 School Entertalnmente Mlss Maymee Shown 1120 Idoala of School Life and Us duties Mns J H Loyd 1150NOO- N115AddressDr Mulchle- r150Outline of third and founth year work Miss Alta Mae Ijikens 205 School discipline C C justllce WEDNESDAY 830 Address Dr Mutchler 300 The Recitation Preparation by the Student Miss Nora Wedding 915 Preparation by Teacher C Roa Bennett945What net to oThe Donts In recitation iMre S O Keown 1000 RECESS 1010 The State University O L Shultz 1025 Criticism of Modern Methods of Teaching Thos H Smith 105The Common School Course no n preparation for life Fred Shultz 1115The private school is It here to stay N C Crowder 110NOON- 11AddrossDr Mutohler 1 45 Educational value of reading Give Method of Teaching S P MC Koxmy 200 Spelling Discussed by Institute 220 RECESS 230 Arltunitrfc Discussed by Institute y 300 Comparative value of language Study Miss Corda Fuqua oCore1aU041 of language with every oihur studyMlss Elizabeth Chlldress345Kinds of ConijKwltlon and thei- rCorrtlaUonIIfi May Rogers 4 00 Adjournment THURSDAY S30 Address IbyDr Mutehler S 00 Practical benefits derived from the Studay of Grammar Mra Mary White 920 Grammar a difficult study to teach Why Ellis Sandefur 940 Why do some students dislike Grammar Glue NniodyJ T Hoag land 1000 RECESS 1010 Educational value of the study of CeogntphyEvtrot111e- s1025Dlscus our Natural Complete Geography Show how ito teach it M4ss Mattle Tichenor 1045The Horne Course in Goo rapLy to precede the teatSlits Anna 13 Keown 1045 History Dltcius ItV M iCrowder 1110 Supplementary in History for the Grammar GmdeaiM1ss Donu Mae Woodward flHIIIl1125 Events In History according to the law of Atsocyilon S W Taylor 1150NOON- 111AddnerasDr Mudhlor 145 Enda sought in the study of civ IcW R Ile Brick 210The savage and tho cltlzensW R Carson 220RECESS- 230Tendenofw of the times Judge JS Glenn 330 Miscellaneous 4 00 Adjournment FRIDAY BSoAddrieissDr Mutehler 900 The Ideal teadher How Would You Know HhntA E Ellis 920 Oorroct Relation Between the Country School and County High SChoolI S Mason and H E Drown 1000REOESSI- 1416AddIlr byHL L Stewart 1050 Remarks by the lnstruotir 1130N6ON 115 Distribution of all TveCdsaory blanksEvery teacher In the country who has a school orexpeo s to deach Should attend thq institute Oeiitdflcates of attnedanoe will be given you for the exact number of days you attend Baoh teacher should be here and enroll on Monday morning AU sub district trustees axe Invited Jo attend In addition ito the above there will bo special programmes arranged for each night and announced front day to day The public is invited to at tend all sessions of the Indtltulte HENRY LEACH S C S Gone Home The angel of death qntered itioome of air anti Mrs C L Myers July 15 and claimed their darling son Rex Uhlan Myers age 4 years 9 months acheyfor He has one of sweetest flowes and yet we irejotce to know It Is transplanted lat Hoiv bluee ed 1helcllnlgnlDg little busy feet the sunny Btnllethe sweet baby kisses Bui our lea Is Heavens gain The birdlike voice with joroustone- lde glad the scenes of ahi and strife Sings now an evenlaating sang Amid the tree of life- I God lots seen a smile co bright A heart too pure for tant and vice Has borne It to that world of light To live with Him in Paradise AN AUNT a a WONT EVEN TALK ABOUT FEGHT Jeffries Turned Down All Offers To ReEnter RingSome thing Done Before ins Anssles Cal July 61 wont fight Kaufman in Philadelphia on Li bor Day About another fight with Jack Johnson 1 have nothing fto say I want Jo be left alone thats all This decisive statement by Jm Jeffries tontgtot would seem fto In dicate that the big fellow 13 cot gp Ing to mix up In the boxing game swn Jeffries returned from a weeks stay at Catalina Inland wbere In company with Tex Rlctosil and sack Kipper he has been enjoying ihls shoot vacation pUJtlns la all his time fiah ing Billy McCarneys telegram otters Jim 20000 to meat Al Kutifmun in a sixround nodeclBton go IIi Philladel phla on next Labor Day was reid to Jeff bringing from him the above slant but decisive talk IOU you got any more telegrams of fering me tights you Just go right ahoad and ana war lwm Nothing doing without corsuHiing ime I dont want to talk fight was the added announcouiciat of the former sham 1Ion According ito a lodal paper Jeffries Is ropoiitod Iro have remarked to a friend while flahlitg There was something the matter with me at Rello They surely did something to me and It will toll come out some day- Cromwell Union Sunday School Whereus on the ISth day of July 1910 iv pleased Almighty God In his wisdom and providence to call from our mldgt sitter Nornm Mllkc ba it resolved FJrat litot the family has last a hue wnd tossing daughter and c4 er her churdi a faithful member our Sunday Sohcol one of our bast workers her cbau a trodi nmlaWe ittncheT and the cominuKiaty a wonnan of dhe highest type Second TJiat we extend nhe frxbh er ibrother and sUieia of our dapaiit cd companion our kindest ocjairda aoid deepest ejimpathy iln itheCr ibareave 03theThird lihoit I her lifewotttry of Inriitiitlan a ways kind and ccnsderate never faliltxg ito groat anyowa malt a smile She used her utmost enUouy ors to make all with whtam she aa yooksted laaagijjry for IfiCa isat1Pe that le surely atitalnsd amidst Ahe itrJoda nnd tercipiar dons of this world and then only by a firm reliance ea Divine Proviklemoe A life of continual prayer Founllh Thnt a copy of thane reto lutlaunn be apreaid upon the remof our School a cctpy sent to rbe ftunl 1y of our daccasad tjlater and a cqpy to eowh of our ooualy jKywra bar pub ifcatlon MRS LIZZIE AMOS IMRS DUKIB JAMES OSCAR AIJIEN QmitMe i LINCOLN STATUTE IN STATEHOUSE J B Speed to Give State Finest Presentment of Em ancipator Frankfort Ky July 27 Kentucky Is to have the fines statue cf Mara liam Lincoln that exists J B Speed of Louisville Will present ito the State a statiuo of heroic size coaUmg 15 000 and it will be placed In the rotunda of the Capitol wli iie lit will be the feature of the building Mr Speed and Gov WHkon have perfected all the details and the ICOn tract for the construction of the statue has been lot It will be designed by the sculptor wino mode d the LJlncola statue at Hodgenvllle saId ito be the most lifelife of any eVer Tide of Lincoln TIC new statue for the Cap itol will be much larger than the Hod genvllle statue and will be on a high pedestal it Is net known when It wIJ bo ftoUhed but probably wflthui a year It was Coy Wilson who suggested the smtue to Mr Speed and Jibe LOU Isvllle man promptly agreed to give the statue to the Stale GOT Wlllson kept It a secret untihleveryithiog was complete and this morning he gave out the correspondence ibtlween Wni and Mr Speed touching on the details ofthe gift to the S ate Gov Wlllson wanted KecTucky to have the finest Btatue of Lincoln that could be made and fce and Mr Speed believe Dhci they will have the bets It Is said that the statue will be the Mecca for sculptors and that It will ahtract worldwide attention whon It Is completed RENDER July 26Frank Hocker and Estlll Dowell were in Ceirtral City last Wednesday J B Hard In went to OwenSboro lajt Wednesday Dr H B Inns let for OWtahioma lait Thursday where he wlllbegone for the next ten days on teal 1W33 H D Jons of Central City was here jaat Thursday Simon Stephens spent last week In Ceotral City visiting relatives The ice cacam supper and imoonU hr dance was tarried outnIl ely Saturday night which was conducted by J M Reynolds and Sam Jennings and D V Gwya HywelDavla of Louisville way her Tuesday tMm Belle ParsonO spent the ttay to Qwenaboro Sunday- A S Taylor went to Can yvlU Sunday Otto Martin and Sydney WBHatti of Hartford were hero Sunday Ed SkcU ers qpeiut Sunlday aril yes terday in Owenaboro Mrs Owen Hart of Evansville is th guesit of her Slater Mrs InN Hackei t at this wrllng v Mr and Mrs Harry Draper has returned home from JoSaaville lad at ter a dtof three iwieeka Sam James Sr has relurntd hbm from Greet Britain aster amt absence of fourtean months Pay Your TAXESRepresentatives of the Ohio County fty Sheriffs office will be at the fol lowing places at the times idicated for the purpose of issuing tax re ceipts and you will save coming to vibe county seat or avoid the necessi ty of a visit to your home by arrang ing to settle In its manner DEPUTY SHERIFF A W BLACK Will be at the following places Narrows July 29 Dundee Aug 2 forenoon Sunny dale In the afternoon Beda Aug 9 forenoon Buford In the afternoonI Heflin Aug 10 from 8 a m un til 4 p m DEPUTY SHERIFF S 0 KEOWN i Will be at the following places I Ralph July 29 forenoon Magan In the afternoon DeanfJeld August 4 Herbert Auguot 5 Fordsvllle August G from 8 3 m t until 4 p m I 1tf T H BLACK S 0 C IFine Land for Sale IWe have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford part of It with timber Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy Apply at once to Barn tt Smith Hartford Ky tf The Great REMOVAL SALE IS STILL GOING ON As far as exceptional valuegiving is concerned the fourth week of this Re moval Sale will not be one whit behind the first In many ways the incentive willI be even greater No alleged values only honest reductions and unrestricted bar gains Buy Now Buy Fora Song Buy Liberally Nickels go as far as Dimes Dimes go far as Quarters Halves go as far as Dollars Dollars do double Duty- We are going to move into our new store down on Main street next door to theV Bankof Hartfordlancl Second dcojoP- ostOffice It0 o and conrtintaetomake go- adROSENBLATTS J t t T5he Store That Stisf- isHaatford Ky r A 1I 7 t i aI rr CASTORIAFi The Kind You Nape Always Bought Bears of c In- Use For Over Years s CASTOR 1A Exact Copy of Save 3 75ONE PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only az The regular price is aloe Those who bring or mail this advertisement us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 125 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COT T GEIXOOUOUXCD Second and Walnut Strata LOUISVILLE KY t I WTIILInEDtlclT rr L WrN w l rlwar dsIalffnaulsat4swaywbett are RLQU an l recelnnd blC7tle Wuhlere in S eaiMorl a nl dynit to adnDq an Hgsg TRIAL durbp wl time you may ride the bicycle and wilt It you are then not or do wIIh to hIp II back to itonrepemeeandrwiitlsslerr1 IT blhele br burin direct of n and ban the manofacturtra Donno NUT UVY a bicycle ora patrol IIn from apeuntil n ncei1O OW catalogues and learn our unheard of fap1w6w arkra4 gto der IE our btlltUul eallocu ant anolllSEtecel models at ldOtl the w dtrfoUl moon 100 profit a Ye factory tort aldoablebuttunallpromptly at prlcei nnPlc from to 108 or lie Decrjodve bargain list marled Iris andt1tLPUNCTUREPROOF Ia o0 IISELF IEALII TIRE= IO==J LII 7brrzlar 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