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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y a thpublicamY Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLEOF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 5 1910 No3 FRESH TROUBLE 4INlYON COUNTY r Hired Hand on Oliver Farm is Killed More Soldiers From Co H Ordered to Scene of Dis turbance Trouble broke out afresh In the night rider section In Lyon County last Saturday when Axton Cooper a l tenant on the farm of Milton Oliver confessed night rider and witness for the state was mortally wounded it a barbecue about two miles from Oli vers home Reports are somewhat conflicting as to the cause of the trouble some accounts stating that the trouble arose over a young lady which resulted In the killing while other statements are those coming from soldiers on guard there to the effect that Coepers death was brough about by the same people who have been endeavoring to kill Oliver because young Cooper had worked on the Oliver farm indeflance to threats and orders for him to stop Young Cooper was removed from the barbei cue grounds to the home Leltchfleld where he died Sunday mor fug having given a statement a few hours before death implicating five or six young men most of whom were at once apprehended and arrested by the troops A telegram came to Hart ford Saturday night ordering out1 twelve more members of company H to report for duty In Lyon County They were gotten together by Lieutenant Woodward as hurriedly all pos siGle and left over tlid i c Railroad at midnight Those who went were VilTltamDen H Bennett privates Joe Chapma EsUI Wilkins R H LUes Seymore Bennett R W Tinsley and Seth RI leyIt Is reported that a conflict of au thority has arisen between comman der of the soldiers and the civil au thorities In Lyon countty and that the soldiers refuse to turnover their pris oners to the sheriff of Lyon County and have even declined to do so after having been directed by the governor It Is not known why this course Is not followed except that the soldiers are afraid to trust the local authorl ties with the prisoners fearing that they will he permitted to go on straw bonds Lyon county seems to he In great excitement and It Is feared that many more people mey be drawn into the trouble and that other lives will be lost Major Bassett upon being requested to make a statement said I dont care to dlcuss the matter but will say I always obey orders I told Sheriff Cash I was getting tired pf turning men over to the civil au thorities and having them released The shooting of cooper was notth result of a drunken row Instead the military officers state In a positive manner a conspiracy actually exist ed and they can produce evidence to that effect and will act accordingly when the time arrives for presenta tion of the case They deny that the murdered man had been used as a militiamanCooper accompanied to the bar becue by Noah Oliver son of Milton Oliver and the ottlcers confirm the re port of Ii statement being made by one of the prisoners that Cooper and Oliver were both quiet during the day previous to the shooting AxlonCooper In his dying eta tomen made known that he had been warn ed Jot to attend the barbecue and this warning was substantiated Jj an affidavit made by one of Coopers frlendswho states he overheard a telephone communication on Sunday orto the shooting asking It Cooper would beat the barbecue on the following Saturday the day of the klll lag or It he Q Noah Oliver was at the end ot the line when the mes sage was received This was not made known until after Cooper accus ed AloDzo Gray of sulking him to the ground two others of holding hIm down and lour others ot tiring the shots He charged that ROy Merrick fired the fist shot Ot the foUr which off1 a u cers say entered the body of the dead man Men who witnessed the affidavit have been warned but protection will be given them and no harm Is expect ed Alonzo Gray and Vollss Mitchell had gotten three miles from the scene of the trouble when overtaken by Muj D B Gooch and l militiaman Mit chell made resistance to arrest and stated he would die before permit ting the soldiers to take him Into custody At this Juncture he Iltttempt ed to strike Hooch but was brought to the ground with a blow from the stock of a rifle Gray In the melee sprang forward to get the revolver of the Major It Is charged but was not quick enough and Lin II moment was looking down the barrel ota rifle Despite pretest the prisoners were forced to enter a buggy and to return to a house near the place ot the trouble The notices posted recently on Oll vers farm warning no one to purchas were printed rudely and read Take notice one and all not to buy sell or lease the property of H lot Oliver Read this and live Tear down and die Yours N R These notices are responsible for the reinforcements being sent to Ollvers home It civil authorities do not intervene within the next few days the military authorities will make other arrests In connection with trouble III NEGRO INSULTS WHITE LADY AT BROADWAY Citizens Arrest Him and Land Him ioJailWaives Ex Ii aminiag trial Some considerable excitement was created In Hartford Saturday night by the arrival from McHenry of Dep uty Sheriff Sam Keown and several other men having In charge Will Mackey colored accused of attempt ed criminal assault The affair occurred late Saturday evening Miss ISuule Tlnsiey daugh ter of Mr Gee T Tinsley who lives at Broadway thIs county had ridden to McHenry a tow miles distant on the I C railroad out had concluded to return home afoot She was alone but anticipated no danger On the way she noticed ahead a negro man who stepped aside and let her pass When yet some distance from home she heard the negro behind calling her She made no reply but started to run and the negro gave chase along the railroad track She outdistanced her pursuer who evi dently tearing trouble finally turned and lied Arriving almost exhausted at tome Miss Tinsley gave the alarm and her father and others started at once In chase of the negro He was apprehended at McHenry sometime later and the young woman immed- Iately Identified him although ho had changed hats In the meantime word had been sent to Deputy Sher- Iff Sam Keown who Joined the chase The negro was at once brought to Hartford the father ot his Intended victim accompanying the crowd Arriving here Mackey was lodged In fall A charge of detaining a woman against her will with intent to have carnal knowledge of her was registered against him The examining trial or Mackey was set for Wednesday When he was brought out on the convening court Wednesday he announced to the court that he was unable to employ an at torney to represent him and Messrs Y L Moseley and R S Dunn were appointed by the court to look after hIs Interest After Il brief consulta tion It was announced to the court that their client woul4 wave examining trial He was thereupon held to juryIOctober HIs attorneys moved rho court to fix bond fOr his appearance at that time The court promptly fix ed bond for 3000 which he was un able to give and was remanded to the custody or the jailer to await the action of the grand Jury For Sale FIne two year old registered Her ford bull Farm 2 miles North of- H Telephone3i2 iv1 STEVENS DEATH TAKES JOHN G CARLISLE Kentuckian Dies of Intesti nal Trouble in N Y r Was U S Senator Speaker House of Representatives and Secretary Treasury INew York Aug IJohn Griffin car- lisle former Speaker of the House or- Representatives United States Senator and Secretary of the Treasury In Pres Ident Clevelands second administra tion died last night In his apartments at the Hotel Walcott He was con scious eXcept at the moments when his heart action was weakest during the entire time of his Illness and up to within a minute or two of his death Mr Carlisle was taken lit last November with an Intestinal trouble He had come to New York at the time to appear In a matter In chancery appointed by the United States Su preme Court In the matter of Virginia against West Virginia Mr Carlisle and former Senator Spooner Were as sociated with the Attorney General ot West Virginia In the action It was found neecssary to remove him to a hospital and he was taken to St Vincents where he remained until February when he was sufficiently Improved to go to the home ot his granddaughter Mrs Frederick Lath rop Allen at 391 West End avenue He remained at Mrs Allens home un til six weeks ago During that time he had gained greatly In strength and again took up his professional work He moved down to the Hotel Wol cott intending to stay hI New York only 1 very short time longer to give him opportunity to take care ot some business before returning to his home In Washington On Tuesday he was taken ill with an acute attack of Indigestion Dr Joseph D Bryant of 32 West Fortyeighth street his Personal physiclanwas In the Berkshires at the time In his absence Dr Morris Car penter of 616 Madison avenue WitS summoned and he remained with Mr Carlisle almost constantly until his deathJohn Griffin Carlisle was born In Campbell now Kenton county Kentucky September 6 1835 He was the son of L H and Mary A Carlisle As a boy Mr Carlisle attended the pUblic schools where lie obtained the lena dation for his studies In law He was married to Miss Mary Jane Goodson ot Covlntong on January 15 1857 and the tollowln year was gad milled to the bar He served as a meat berof the Kentucky House of Repre sentatives from 1859 to 1861 and as a State Senator from 1866 to 18i1 He DemoratclNational years later was elected Lieutenant GGS ernor of Kentucky serving until 1875 In 1876 le was alternate Presidential electoratlarge and the following yea was elected to Congress Mr Carlisle was Speaker of the House during the FortyelghtthForty ninth and Fiftieth Congresses lie resigned Iron the House of Representa tives May 26 1890 to become United States Senator for the unexpired tern of James D Beck He resigned from the Senate February 4 1893 to be come Secretary ot the Treasury In the cabinet of President Cleveland servin until March 4 1897 Mr Carlisle was a lifelong Demo crat and affiliated with the national goldstandard wing of the Democrat- Ic party In 1896 He practiced law In New York after 1897 and was vice President ot the AntIImperialist Lea gUe of Boston He was a member ot the Manhattan and Lawyers Clubs and an honorary member of the Cobden Club of Eng land Mr CarlIsle spoke In KentuckY for the Palmer and Buckner ticket while Secretary of the TreAsurY In 189a His Louisville s eech at the Auditorium dreyr ono otthe largest audiences ever gathered In this city Hr Carl1 married Mary Jane Good son otCovJDgton Ky who died say oral years ago She was a sister of tohnGoodsen who died In Covington laetmonth Mr and Mrs Carlisle had eight chUdreDlx of whom died to infancy or early youth W K Carlisle i 1 A LYa and Logan Carlisle the remaining chi dren the later belllg chief clerk of the Treasurr during his fathers Secretaryship of the Treasury died eight years ago Mr Carlisle of Cov Ington living and three grandchildren J0 Carlisle Jr Mrs R M Alin and Laura Carlisle ot New York Death of Mr Louis Gunther Another one of Hartrords old and highly respected citizens passed away yesterday morning In toile death of- Mr Louis Ounther which occurred at his home on Center street Mr Gnnther had been In tailing health for several months the cause of his death being troubles Incident to old age Mr Gunther was In business In Hartford for many years and no one stood higher In the estimation or his fellow citizens He was nn exFederal- soldlgr and during his active years always took a prominent part In Grand Army matters having been commander of Preston Morton Post many years ago He was a devout Ma son and his funeral will be conducted at 2 oclock this afternoon at Oak wood by Hartford Lodge No 675 FELL FROM A TRESTLE t Serious Accident to George Gray At Pond Creek Gedrge Gray an employe ot the Black Diamond Coal Company at- Drakesboro Is In a serious condition at his home ut Elk Valley one mile from Drakesboro ns the result of hay Ing fallen from Pond Creek trestle to the ground 20 feet below Gray who Is a blacksmith at the coal company was enroute to his home and was walking down the L and JiinUroad track At the time he was crossing the Pond creek trestle he sighted the L and N passenger train No4 dUe here at 725 p m and In his excitement stePPed to the bend cap of the structure and losing his balancetell heavily to the ground The train which had been rounding the curve was at the time trnellllg at the speed rate of 40 miles an hour but was stopped 100 yards from him and the crew rushed to the unconscious man and carried him to his home He was found seemingly In a critical condition but had partly regained consciousness when the train crew left Physicians were called from Drnkesboro and Central City Mr Gray Is about 45 years old and has a familyMr F Condit Dead Mr L F Condit died at his residence on Main Street In Hartford Ky August 2 at six oclock p m after several months severe Illness He and his twin brother James Harvey were born September 7 1835 making Lewis 74 years ten months and twentyfive days old at his death Harvey having died January 25th 1907 These men have lived In Hartford since 1865 having moved here from the Matanzas neighborhood and engaged In the lum ber business No better citizens had ever lived In Hartford They lived In an unobstTushe way attending strict ly to their own business never med dllng with the affairs of others The characteristics of the men were to admire honesty and truthfulness an where they found dishonesty and false hood never to speak of It and consequently had no enemies They were the type of honor They were so much alike In appearance as to often puzzle their most Intimate friend to distinguish ono from the other and then some article of dress would of ten disclose their identity They are survived by one brother Wilber F Condlt and one sister Mrs Mattie Taylorboth of the Matanzas neigh borhood and many other relatives In this and other counties Funeral ser vices over the remains of Mr Uondlt Were conducted by Revs Virgil Elgin and R D Bennett at the Hartford Metbo dlst church at 3 ocloclt p m Wednesday After which the inter scent took place at Oakwood cemetery The pall bearers were W H- Mogre Robert Gillespie A D White Thomas Bean John C Thomas and Joe C Bennett Hartford has lost a true citizen and regrets his loss deeply Peace to the memory of these twin brothers One who knew thorn Intimately for- 4VyearsI i r SWEEPING VICTORY Ohio County Wins in U S Court Every Contention of Attorneys for Defense Sustained by Able Opinion The law films or Hparln 8 Wood ward und Barnett Smith have received the opinion handeJ down by Judge Warrlntgou In the case ot A B Baird vs Ohio county which was recently reversed by the United StatS Circuit Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit or Cincinnati thus awarding Ohio county a new trial In the case which had been prevlosulr rle sided against It by Judge Walter Evans of the Western Kentucky District The opinion Is a brief one and sustains the contention of attorneys rep resenting hte county In every particular upon which a decision Is made It holds that the Fiscal Court or the county Is without authority to execute a promissory note for any purpose Quoting Iron a United States Suprem Court report Judge Warrington says Our opinion Is that more political bodies constituted as counties are for the purpose or local police and admin- Istration and having the power tlr levying taxes to defray all public char ges created whether they are or are not formally Invested with corporate capacity have no power or authority to make and utter commercial paper ot any kind unless such yower Is expressly conferred upon them by law lor clearly implied from such other power expressly given which cnnnot be fairly exercised without It The reiteration ot this doctrine by the court clearly establishes the conten tion of attorneys representing the county that the note sued on by Ballll was and is absolutely void because the Fiscal Court had no authority or law to execute same The court goes further and holds that even though the Fiscal Court had had authority to execute the note It had no authority of law to deleagte the execution thereof to the commissioners Morton and Martin Hence the note Is void also on the Idea that It was executed by the commissioners Ut deciding this phase of the case In favor ot the county and referring to the law previously quoted the court says Notwithstanding this clear expression ot the settled law It might be conceded for the purpose of this case that the Fiscal Court could itself have Issued or provided In the manner stated In Its order for the Issue of this particular note In case It were proved that the note wu Issued as evidence ot preexisting and outstanding debts to that amount ot the county which had been considered and approved by the court Indeed It might be assumed that recovery could be had on such acts of the court But this simply accentuates the necessity for lode pendent proof It does more It affects the presumptive or probative weight ot the Instrument In dispute It Is not the case ot a promissory not Issued In the exercise of explicit pow er but still we should not as at pres ent advised without regard to the question made touching the form of the Instrument bo inclined to hold I that a mere substitution ot evidence of a just and valid debt should require the formality of a new suit based on the original evidence of the debt The opinion Is concluded by the fol lowing paragraphwhlch seems to for ever take Baird out of Court with no chance of recovery We are not convinced that the cir cumstances attending the delay In the action on the note In suit augment the evidential char acter of the lnsrtument or of the official acts upon which Its execution was based especially Is this so In view of the testimony of the only surviving officer who signed the note and of the surviving members ot the court who were In office at the date of the order Nor do we appre elate the legal hardship said to be cast upon plaintiff through the ap parent loss of the claims since ap propriate secondary evidence would iii that event be admissible We do I not pass upon further assignments ot errorThe judgment must be reversed and a new trial awarded with costs Birthday DInner Monday August 1st being Mrs G A Sehroaders birthday her children gave her a surprise dinner Those present were Mr Jim Wright and wife Mr John Henry Wright wife and family consisting ot five children Leslie Ollie ernie Clyde and Ozona Mrs Odle Duke and daughter Thelma Mr Noah Schroader null wife and three children Vernie Claud and Del bert Mr Lewis Cool and wife Mr John Gray and son Ramon Mr Toni Schroader wife and child Gertrude Mr Joseph Schroadpr wife and two children Oscar and Elmer Mr Wade Schroader wire and child Charley Mr Hubert Hoover and wife Miss Ida tlnton from Illinois Andy Schroatl er Dora Schroader Lon Schroader There was thirty eight In all Mrs Schroader being rlCtyelght years old At twelve oclock a most delicious dinner was set and all seem ed to enjoy It Afternoon they all had prayer meeting at jive oclocJc- supper was served and all ate supper and after a few songs the last being God be with you till we meet again all returned to their home rejoicing over the day CLARA PALO Aug 2Farmers are blue In this section on account ot the back water Everything In the low lands Is under waterThe ladles Circle gave an Ice cream supper at Sunndale Saturday night which was quite a success Thet was a large crowd present and every one seemed to have a jolly time School will begin at this place Monday Aug S with Mr Ernest Duke as teacherMr B M Coy wife and child of Concord visited relatives at this place recently Miss Eva Hines Is visiting at Mr Parks Taffy this week John lIl1s and family Mr Olen Duke and family and Mrs Jane MadeJ and Miss Park or Taffy were the guests of Mr and Mrs A J Hines Sunday Mr and Mrs J T Hines and daugh ters Ethel and LIllian visited Mrs Hines parents Sunday Mr Miller of Magan lost a tine span or mules by lightning WelnesdaY nightThose on the sick list are Mrs Martha Berry Mr Lonnie Hohelmer and the Infant ot Mr Lee Lewis Mr Lester Arbuckle who was thrown from a hand car and injured sometIme ago Is able to walk about on crutches now Roads are very bad since the cloud burst Wednesday night Several brldg- es are washed away and great gulleys are washed out- Among the Lodges Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of pythlas held an Interesting session Tuesday evening and conferred tilt first and second ranks upon one can didate On next Tuesday evening the third rank will be conferred upon three Esquires and It Is hoped that every member will be present The W O Ws are still hustling notwithstanding the warn weather and It Is Intending to pull off a big ceremonial In the near future A number ot soverigns are arranging to go to the big meeting lu Louisville In October SELECT Aug 2lIr and Mrs S rI James visited relatives at Render Saturday and Sunday Several from this place atteaded the dedication at Warrens Mill Sunday All report a nice time MrF Miller who Is working nt Hartford was at home from Friday until Monday Miss Lockle Butler of Holston Is visiting her cousin Miss Claudle James this week Prof Earl Smith and Delmer Stew art are attending the institute at Hartford this week The public roads In this neighbor hood are almost Impassable In many places They are worse than theY have ever been known to be at this time of year bir and Mrs Avery Stewart of Cromwell visited relatives here Sat urday and SundayI 0fBRECtENRIDGE COOllY i HardiisburgKy Aug 30 31 Sept 11 A Clean Moral Agricultural Exposition Something to suit the taste of everybody A display of agricultural Products A Horse Show An exhibition of Cattle Hogs Sheep and Poultry A Running Race each day A Trotting Race each day Floral Hall the greatest in the state Jt No Gambling A Real Kentucky Fair I GAVE WILLSOM GREAT MAJORITY Republicans Can Carry Second Appellate District Friends of Various Candidates Working Hard and Conven tion Will not be Tame Have ihfj Republicans down in thor btieaa taty rn hop erf d fruiins Judge Settle for trill Court of Ap pain The Dl mt erac TpfrFa my tU dbrtrlct hflpealr DmaTtc- ib answer lets look ai tt way tfc 5 ecijje in the Second Appellate lEusfci ra1 In the race Wiw en Gar Wlllsan and Mr Haer rare LKjm matte mood ate for Govoraur- CVv Wttfeon ainfal 11 eren cotraUfs wmptng the Swond d1 trtai Vy bo enormous majority of 2001G that lure In mind for a mo mm He oaerr1she Very dtetftet ic which Jut e SfWIe now eka re jVrJon ly 2001 voter That was thrrj yotre a J hi 107- TJ tttytiffJotace of that majortiy H n iAj evlwe It aitord tat the IVw jr i uf the Second ilUrria on and wM wle the Republican tick Ie when th y we A- tOv ViNton urpkd nno out of trP Iluem oltrntW Such ordinary hsity- J ffWiq4 eoUtl its itti Davio ilC JfJD Warrwi Ixusatj he lOtto by n wnaS margin OfJI corK Republican cUrr4es like UutVr Monroe Allen Kdmonson Grnyson Ohio Bgracken rIdge carried with great majority Jfcger wan net a weaker candidate than Judge Settle They are alike In rnir y iwytt wjaUy Jn the vuguij mars of their jwlljloal allegiance al tlurgh the SIijJ hove learned Uiat close sympathy with the sinister from vasuenaw of that kfoid In realty moats close tlYnts shy wllli the btilii ter forces of paytla4 No ixmocru ix n truthfully tftnt Brittle iitands out okiannit for the jnln people IWhxv we glvw the vote by coun uue hi I ho WHlMinIIagur race OauntiwB lager ttttaon 1 Jlelldonnn 2179 1710 MelMtn lIGI 1012 IJaWeli 37M Has 4 Ifaprgtk W8 85- 1I n n ll j 1J2 6 Obn 2stS r lJd T Qkra JCts 211- 0I Wcr Sic 2061 9 10m011tC11 72 2CO 19 1Yde t 8t 2G2J 114Mcn 1209 1j1 12 Sitilplon s 13619u 1 I J3 Lon 243a WIO 34 Todd 13CI5 J46 1 15 MOOTOJ 776 JCJO- 1C Manida r 1117 721 Total 26071 28732 Vn Irons aiajonfcy 20C1 of men here and tthere over dis mint Who would li dIJllater1nll WII1JutwffitJ Allea Inn of Oweffioro the only tfIwo announced candidates for the mom nation sItis oyldont DOW tit ttte LeSwa fti Y YJ gtrJ 1 i feld coaifictJ a li not g iag D IPOS SO i a Mday fciwxX quip nM4 The friends of tbe two candidates are at work and ow 4a bllaty of a atrnilwr O ur 1 I daegttlont makes the arnrAfx JtIot i Jie iXtclrfleJ oiav isi0a on August 13 Vero nail to only two1 morJis arm a StfJf for ite ouaiyikjn endltI the ftrt TuLy in- ba 1onm Saved Fron Awful Peril I neVi fiit m nee my gave- aLE4 Le Gs ChJailia fstxhw i ter Oh n R p No 3 ui when aft oouh and loa trcnalyuH sl me uiara Or 115 pounds n fteI cl mtay ransaau O1J Se trt dxI j And tht I am alive oliy Is duH soleJy to Dr Kings Nex DlMov ery which completely cured me Now 1 weigh 100 jiouniij and can work bard It also cured my four children of Croup rn4rtl4Je for Coughs and Cflldj h the most cartaln TVTOed for IlGIJP A tetra dHIJte lung i trouble and all bronchial affections 50c and 100 A trial bottle free I GuLJnd by j druaj uii She Must HavTrained as Well as Pretty Pure Corns atinne Blasbam of New York ww p iin3 itus i oJjce work of tbe tlll Pskglart Wa hdogs at cceuly itnfjorted wt a cost of but ilO ap ace have r Itlcd tf3oi burg liriw in the Mia hbO hOOdti they pa trol from i ea to a mosrth- Thay wok welttli he canienis eJirer b tau tfcjy we w jU tm lIed TrotniBg you krow Is evvKftotns He 1t1UirJ and tmil d Two p yoidina w s4 dVssusshis he Huild a cteoin prdur nurse Was wie a trained nutUe mid the firs plye c tn She mor fcive len ryttYvd the sdher She hadnt btn lu the hos pital a week before she was engaged t the richest patient Hows This We offer One Hunidml DoiMHrs Reward for any sue of CVunCi tJiat caiiuot be cuid by Hullrf CJturrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We i he undaralgned have known K J Cheney for 4he last IS yaxrsynd Itullovo nun i jrfectty hanomble lrt all business transactions made by his fan WaUIng Ivrvnraaa MarvJnWliole srls Dru5 lii Toledo O IrkenIlnterUl1l1Y sent roe Prlco 76c per 111 W StXd by J1 Dugg to Puke Hai IMmlly IMIte fw ronstl- II i ittWhere the Responsibility Will Rest Thoe Republicans who are Inmirg fur Just now on the Tariff Issue over look the fact that they Are pLaying Into the hands of the Democrats They refuse to accept what Is a toot and furnish aid and comfort to the Demo crate who are perking up just now and demanding cither FreeTrade or wHat forlreronueIf the Republicans J should lofortu nately lose control of the next House or Representatives the reUpowsIblUty will be upon those Republicans who cut loose and tailed to stand liy their I party Trentoo State Gi3 jtte 1 1 I RATTLESNAKEAS HYPNOTIST Charms Little GirlFirst Seen For Many Years One aSemoon last week Mrs Arthur Jackson who llvea in the WH kits aolsiborhood telng aJtradod by the hearty laughter of her little twoyearold duigbier who was stand on the trout porch called her name Iin as she received no Ky From the Vntle one and the laughing eta tlnulng the more heartily she rash ed oai o the porca to see what mCgit lv tM attraction and was hontffied to behold a hueg rattle snake coiled lit1 on the ground with Its head ipro longed above the porch gazlug sjead lb at the Untie girl and furniahlng armIraftles1 LfkeV had it not bean for the dine ly aaCance of the moth 1T The poisonous reptile would have presently ee zed 1s victim and plunged Ita theItag her tightly In her arms piaced her safely In the Jiouae Theo returning found that the rfljirllle was sell remainIng in the same attSude Seeing her it made a desperate at tempt to aaln hyitonltlze her but she quickly let a brick fly at It and In stead of retreating It began to show a tplrji to light and she immed lately rang the farm bell summon 1ns her husband from iiis work In the field When he arrived It bad disappeared and afUrr a long Exarch he looted 1 not far from the apd acid gave It the djath bloiw before It was aware of lUs btlng near TCw family supposed 4tiat this would be the end of their llgft and It WWi not until the neXi morning that they were conscious of the fact that its mate In hid in the floods of the residence This fact wai evi deuced by the hldious sounds being made Quite frequently by the t4lo5Ir wed Mrs Jackson are afraid to learn the doors opan for ffflr that k will entr and cannot afford io ol 3nrdnTheg ten raUUe and a 1ntl Jell I The iMBfotoora ore greatly nUnmtfl mar the appewarce of clrii lreed of snakes tut there ore the rhiIt known to be IntonM units of this VJt Ion of te county for many yjars It Is 11uwd that they wHI sun IHS able to wBj e out lWa family of the deadly varoty he word faniill Is uasd ns tinny believe the to be a utct about the bULk ltg that they will not increase and tohabit this counfry and give the anxiety and finable fcaus odi by hem years agoLa Rue Coun ty Herald Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAAll For Their Job- S 1IIC9 Franklin MacVeagh has taken toVl as secretory of fine treasury there tan boon a great deal of spulat1ou oiF n j ffrfSvrf9m VHf30F JII concerning possible changes in the personnel of his force White he has made several appointments he has not asked about the polWxal faith of his subordinates possibly he do3sn think it woirth while This revives a I su ry of when Charles Footer of Ohio besame a member of the cabinet When Secretary far came to tike charge of the Treasury Department In Washlnton he said to John G Car IsUe the retiring chef How does your difpartmeTit sand IIo1J tcadly + IWi13t do you mean was tie re ubllIhave you here1 Carlisle gave a queer senile and put ting his arm on tie shoulder oflhls frleat sald Foster you will find that the men here are unanimously In favor of administration whetheer It is Demo cratic or Republican QIJICKSMCOUGH Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C MeDde ball Medicine Co humlle4 Confused by Their Own Vehemence The enemies of the policy of Protect ton within or without the Republi can party hastened to confuse theipub He Intelligence by the vehemence of their denominations of the PayneAl drich Tariff before its results could possibly be appreciated and the de feat of weak and unpopular Republi can canddau3 for Congress served to create the impre ion that a reac tion against Protection had set in It was a grevlous mistake as the mu wump contingent In Congress is likely to find to tits COt TCie Clime to write the epitaph of the Republlca- party has not arrived etBmokly Times Took All His Money Often all a man earns goes to doc- tom or for medlclncB u cute Stomach LJyer or Kidney ttroubetakDr Kings New Life i quickly cure at sflghO cost Best for Dyspepaa Indigestion Biliousness + Cotit lai6m jaundice Malaria nn Debility 25c at all druglsts m Secure a Certificate Under the law the Western Normal l INITthe LIFE CERTIFICATE whuch on I jftlo oho halo ra to toaoh anywhere i In Koatucky for wo years foe rAyears nnd for life respectively with out lurtiher examination infofma reIquifrfurnished when desired Fall sellI act ovens Sapt C 1910 Address H H Cherry Pictiidcrat W0 turn Normal Dow rng Green Ky The Wtetenn Kentucky State Nor mat school offers a pro leal course of etudy In ETenienilairy Ag ilcultiure domoniitnatilon and actual work done on school farm Teaches wHl iave an ojipontunity to prepare for teach ing the subjec Grtft oppantunlMes offered young men who expect to make fanmftttg a Ute Work Course begins Sept 6 1910 Write for Infor don Ajddrtes H H Chenrypro Idea Bowling Orten Ky rl NEW STATEeENTE UNION May Take More Than two Years For Preliminaries Under the terms of the SSateood bill the TernJtortes of Now Mexicco an Arizona will have to pass through a series of polMcal ante bofcre they are admlted to the UcAoo It is pos sible that more Ulna two yeks will I elapse before tie actual admission There is a likelihood that tie nuw States will not be ready to pantlcl pate as such In the eectfon of the nexT presldsnt in 1912 thFVGovfloraconstltutioinxl conventions The dole gaes to each conslrttutiocal coaven theEmiss be issued not less than sixty nor more than ninety days tram the app rot a1 of the fact Then there will be siay days before Uhe call of the oooventloTi The law pnovides ItIbal the delogaites will be paid far but six days of the sitting of the convan on Thds Is with a view 10 getting the new organic tow of the two Stator framed within that period Following the drafting of the States constttuttom at the end of anoaher generjTstiitutlon The Governor will then certify the action taken with a copy of the constitution to the president angItloa adt pttid- Oa the first Independence Day fol thne Amenmn- flag will undengo a change la ipace of the ifontytx stars tow apearlag there will be fortycitehlt For the Utrat taappear a perfect parallel toposOOhas been a problem to arrange the stars BinmnetrlcaiUy New the num dof fcc yulght is caimWe of regular araangoment All eligible persona are ortAtled free tutoon In the Wes iln Kentuc ky Stale Normal School The Fat Stsalctn begins September C 1910 wrote President H II ChenryBowl ino Green Ky for information Course In Agriculture I Period When the Tariff Was a Burning Issue I A wicked odAor In the Wodhlnaton Herald ge5s off this Tariff tarflf tariff That Word i has been betera the American lelqple almost from time InMnemarM Lt 5 stilj a household word This MftiVa word haia made and un made statesmen GoIng bflck to the days of dhaun coy Depew laTherand West 4s some years ago for Ohaurioey Is nqw car iyiiOg weight for ago 4hls subjeot o the tariff was much talked about It so happened that ate rather ofl Hon Qiiauncey Vw a frugal farms and a pious man He never liked to waste arty time at a prayer meaStng One night When all the experiencefl bad bea told and Intefebt ifta ged the pnayew grew feeble Broths Depew arose and solemnly told I dont like to see this valuable time wasted cant some of the breW ren tell their ejuperiecces or 04 lead pray No one made any effort to respond whereupon Broher Depew said Well my brethren as the regular exercises seem to halt a little and no one desire to prey or teU bis ex perience I will Improve the time by making a few observations on the tar iff Special Excursion Rates Illinois Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and Convention of Supreme Lodge Knights of Pthlaa Milwaukee WIs August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 anti 31 1 1910 Final return limit August 13 1910 except upon deposit of ticket and payment of fee of fifty cents all ex tension until Sept 3rd 1910 may be 1 secured Fare round trip 1405 The B M Cof the G U 0 of F Colored Baltimore Md Sept 1217 V 190 Dates of sale Sept 9 and 10th 1910 Final renirn limit Sept 21st 1910 Fare for round trip 2475 Kentucky State Fair LoulavlllerKy Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 10 to 17 1910 Final return limit Sept 19 1910 Rate one firstclass one way fare plus 25 cents for round trip National Encampment G A R Sept 1924 1910 Atlantic City N J Dates of sale Sep 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 2Sth 1910 may be secured Fare for round trip 3025 Christiand a Sept 1923 1910 ba s of sale Sapt 19 20 21 and 22 1910 final return limit Sept 27 1910 Rate one first class one way fare plue 25 cents far round trip- Brotherhood of St Andrew of the United States and Canada Nashville j Tenn Sept 26 Oct 2 1910 Dates of sale Sept 2425 1910 final limit Oct 5 1910 except upon deposit of ticket extensiontFare for round trip 395 General Assembly of the Episcopalj church Cincinnati Ohio Oct 1 1910 Dates of sale Oct 3 4 5 6 1910to745 Appalachian Exposition Knoxvllle Toni Sept 12Oct 12 1910 Dates of sale Sopt 10 to Oct 12 I910ln clunlyo final return 11ml ren days from date of solo but 1m no dEe later than Oct IS 1910 Fare for round trip 965- Reunion of the Society of the Army of the Cumbroland ChaJtanoogaTcnu OclIllOct 28 1910 pare tot rOund trip 835 ItNnlol1nt League of PostmtatorsChn tanoqsu Tenn Oct 1214 1910 Dates of sale Oct 1011 1910 final limit Oct 17 1910 except upon deposit of wttime t goret t land I of the raven named above mKylon application t iftJB lWILLIAMS ASeiilt j frj 1 1r CENSUS TAKING IN ALASKA P Temperature to Blow Holds Many Terrors Special Agents Report Tells of I Many Thrilling Difficulties Tempernture from 30 to 70 degreee- below Zero Snow from three to twenty fort deep Wind blowing R blizzard most of the time No human- habitation In sight no covering at night except a tent und no gruN tlhlj not many time frozen These are nsI of the condition under the recent census was taken In the Interest or ot Alaska The report of Chief Special Agent McKenzie coverin gthe work In the fourth or wand diiaurltt et the etlltOry has Jurt been relcehed b- ynrtcor Durnntl and while ilhe toy ds stnirly tad tt is II wondI tbltdl- iJng nnmlive of advenrure ghaw0ng that when vrcLe Sam Elmro out to round up his children he spares mo ex peme to locate them and svtl 1Y him sselt M to their status 1Puh1l1cUgUre3 so bet It is fmpabilb1e to gave the JlOpuk1tWI ot the eountly covered by him and his twenty assistants For reesonw of 1s own the Census Bu reau determined to number ti5e Aqua ltmis during midwinter Mr McKenzie made his headqUlrt1IS nt the niindng town of Fairbanks Ills fiat special agent was nppolnrlCd on XovembCT 10 lnst and the work was completed bY April 11 loft when McKenzie lefit for the Slates Ills expodenco In gd ting out ot the conairy WaS by no morns as thrlllllng as some of his I experdences while engaged In the work but V was itirldng enough to amuse intermit In a warm spelt Of It he satyrI cnme out on the mall reach ar riving at Valdez on AprH 20 ufel a- vla led edperlenco oontttiting ot being delayed two days by a blizzard cross ing rusldng srcama even when the hor had to swlm and the sleds 110011 and traveling day and night the therI- moowteT Or ell as low us 40 below ZeTa The bureaus prlncipal reason for a winter census Wfotmd In the rount1Y is mwdi caster at that tlimle titan nit I any other meson Mere are noibTldg es In the counry and ns CIXsring the streams wben not frozen oVer Is n- secdous problem Mr McKenzie nays that to have madee the enumeration In the summer would have required the services of four times as maru- yn hands while the cost would luwo I been six times ns great He also ex 1ressed doubt as to whtthen Labe result would have been as satisfactory All It ft he Is of opinion tJlut It ds lecu lute and complete Much itaardshlj was neceswtd11Y Involved In the work Only men Indur- e1 to the Tigers of the Arctic dlmui were employed and whlJe thelY suffered several none of them lost their livES Summing air Wie conditions Idr McKenzie says The work was performed during the sovereEt winter known In this part of Alaska by the aMes stftltlers and the men kept corsally and ctrnECle- ntdously nt lit until completed There did net appcurto be a man who did not have a pride In the work and an xiety to creole a record fur traveling time a deEUre to eUum4 Into all the pe Plo In hts dlatllltlt and to I1ave to its eretllt less lo s of time Jictaause of eXfl1Eme wEflVher Uran any of the ohrr agents That tJle Stir1Ico lost none of the men C1PIIl freealmg to death and tildt every mien returned sd is n math r olf conggatukgipon und good for tune There Were more deaths from the weather than In allot tJhe other years In totttloases ttrro- In wbcdi those who end such dxuthiu did not begin to go through tJ1e SJC- rlCloe and privation that these agents of the service did AU of the men covered buudretls or made over tithe lee- amlihloiw In wetiber litngflg rdm30 to 70 suee5 below zero the average being about 40 below The exPerience of the agent In Chandlar district Is a fair example tsrenkdmg ot him the chdcf agent tFYS ho was not a schclar but a morn who hall 1ved thero th yoors and wrslldlt- ted to undergo the privations necessary Thathls good qualliieswcrtf putdo the aerveretl teat tills r port shows Severe wWIhnr bans encountered throughout ail of Ills work says MC Xemzio arid at no tCme after me left Fatrbarids until ho returned did the tbermoriieter get above 30 dcgreos below Zero His long Journey away from the l8QO supplies matte It in- 1f7ea sn far b j aa Sllegrub and dog food aakl lie S o ig- y f t ed to live off of the country killing mooSe mountain sheep andlother tires meats Du1Cng dIe work he lest two of Ms dos rom freezing to da1Tb- Ho hImSelf froze pOntious of his race sevfJTQl tIme and at one time dropped Into six fiXt otopan water n vrly loosing his JIfe In bosW1g the Arc tile tango CIIIId ruturnhlig hp rrovelld above timber line eighteen hours in- avch direction whloh fn iI countTY where fire Is necessary ron be understood to be a conflidenbe ittcrlice He traveled In many place where no white man bad ever before been and his record Is considered unusual to say the leas1 That the Koyakuk agents work was sib Fourth ot July picnic with Strawberry Imnonade on the side is Indicated the following extract from jibe orticllJnoaf1l3tlve In this dtiEtrlot these Is tIlmost an Incessant snow storm front October to May wad tnnil3 are oIbllte1uted In twentyteur twurs Few men except the ma4 carriers wId travel Jon this dliUrct in the Wiutlr and moen they make but one trip a month TYiCe- JJe nearly lost his ke undo bad he ncl bEen acccmrxankd by Ual lndlun guide probably would have At one time hi and the gttie and u meld ttUlIllI and two dnfuns were lost In tike EInrl1l1 for three days urlll wore fond nit iba end Cf tai time by a rescUe panty lIhlOh came out to locate the mala or the Tanana mM we are told Xot less than four times was fib la man fond by other trlwelers In an exhausted eond6son and asi Jske to a stop ping pICe He lost three dogs asds- eveYnl times froze his ace rrI1l1rt ho survived the workand came back alive was the wonder ot IthIe old inlrnhl seIcurtwhich he wOrked MI the traraling lams done erJ dcg sled from sevon to nine nnltlut1Is tC In used wlth oath sled The agan s were paid nine dollar a dap arM cx- tnttor the use of theft axhtcles Centrally St was necenary for two men to go toooher so that In case of accident to one the othEr could IJlr- oceru with the labor for tire rem tS rust betaken whatever the rest life or money InI EspecIal pains were taken to every resident and we are told that reachILttime In such esceptioual instances the facts were recorded t om reports Tr Its were unbroken Uhrongh the vas territory covered and the canines afar or his comimanion found It nlCC- Smry constantly to walk ahead of the team on snow slices Summing up hIs report air MCKen zle says The constitutes a resume of the work performed during Uo peiOd float Au grit 11 in which I croOOd the United Sa1 cs and went up Into the ttenrior of Alaska experienced weather condl- tdons the extreme or whIch was 72 degree below zero and during s1hleh time in the coarse of the work L was necessary several times to camp In the open where the couch consisted or the snow and a few spruce boughs and tdle roof a tent or the sky Dur- 4ng the months of December and Jan nary the sun shone franc One to tlwe hours iar day- ChUuchCS anti sehonlhouscs in the in terlol cf AlaSka are few and far be- tweear NtCtjlII1Uy they are confined to tlle towns and ll1wnn settsl- eIlents Most or thee Indian schools as weal as the orueidh stlcce are conducted by the mist ronUlIlt The white qlCC1le do licit Intend either tLho Ind un seboods cm fire In- dIan cl1nro1iCs so that those or the outlying dlstl t gel iitdr ldirla and ht6r eduwltlon ur htme In ttre matter ot education Mr McKenzie reports that the hone crytlml vocke- veiny well the font uLgf1ts cfite win ter Co1UitIDg on enfonced condimtmelt- of children habit is ecerdu4 liVe to study He stays halt many ot them do even bdlter than students Sill the ECthools Mr McKenzie afro rOllQll1S dhtttthere- 1s verb UttJe alcknes among the white inhabbtards of AIlbska and lie says that few of Jhose whlo arc siCk wtlll ucknQwkidge the taot Thhere Is no lever but some lJnetrmonla lost ot tlhe lnchnps are t1JrLltoled wLtih tu btlrou1ot1lls and crlier d1sQles Of clv- lllbatoa Lno prevalent j Wont Need a Crutch When EdoPtor J P San roan of farptiUus N C bloused hIs leg badly ItElUtnted Un ugly sore Many salvos Bind oirltnientis proveJd wortWo s Then Ducklens ArnIca Salve healed It thoroughly Nothkg Is ro prompt and ZUTb fPi Ulcers Bhlj Durr1l3BruiS- es Cuts OoM Soresiimpies Eczema or Plies 25e nt all druggists To care LaOrlppc and Colds In 24 hours take QUICKSCold and LaOrippe TAIILI3TSi If your drullist des ant keep them send zSc Isis lbaUMedlclno Erarsyllle lad and gettJiem postal4 1 Guaranteed ltir WORSE THAN SEASICKNESS Journey Throngh the Atmosphere From Medical Point Sea slckqness Is a terror to many people and the chances are that air- sdokness will be worse Mon PerI sons naln have experienced the un pleasant felling In II lift when it commences ifs decent or in no swims when like the pendulum Ii swdaSs- back Not a few PtoOple rEfuse to stand close to the edge of u cliff Or to trust themselves to look down in to a tnst chasm of apace tmnledsue- ly beneath tihtfr fttt owtmg to vngue fesLts ot giddLnea tears of falling unsung out of a senee of n joopaTdf- zeod equmbrlm And ylt tJheee Pane pMple con vere gloJly about the nUl1InI59 of the day wl1Yn afro troll c wm be ana- OC TflpUnhed fact and tpOLnt in support of their vdaw to the oenvtl111ou- sI rapid advaneis wtdch motor tnTf tic in the u reeits has made Wlhen the quetNon Is carefully wnsldcre- In l detufl it weld be conceded that there Is hard 1Y IU11thdmg that is On gable bEJtween the air motor and the land ntdor from tae Oroint of view of attaining procrlcul success The problem In the case ot the tor- tmer is complleated by the Nrtf requirement the OOalqUtEi of that great fOtfCe which do whetwe aial pulls us baCk again to earth the silo silent we dare to lliee from its SU1 face 1o lIpecl11 motor pfspUance J6 required to keep afloat on the sea or W keep a stable position on Land but wq can euy gain support In the air by means of moving maichhelry analogous to the wings of a bird or- by utilizing a buoy or l subJtatnce- wihicli Is much lighter than ar unlll- whJch therefore tnold to heat onI- I The machinery In the fOrl111e- lcase must obvlousiy be weptriglr- 1lelieat I and Inc llX1bl of down while tike Itr4cllt in veGkmgI ter case Is the enormous tlOltt1lI1g gas that mul he tired In short the advances yet to be made In order to bring avdafaon- svithfn the puaetictl affairs of Ikrily Ute muet erHl be very farreaching Then aSummlng the great WU1um mudent has been reached 1111 the human ctIganlzaUon be able to stand aviation Thrs Is by no mcftns cer ain having regard tie the constan- chaagts of atmonphcadc ilrtkiare With thalr masked effects upon the respir story and clrcukttgryiiiocESS- es which a journey through tilo air must entail A Boys Opinion of an Editor A Witte boy 4n town wes given the aunt by his father to write au estty- on editors and here liS the result us planted by an exchange I dont know how newspaperscanle to be In the world I dont think God does for lie husnt gOot anything to say about them Ju the Bible I rhtnk the edltouls one of lhemiswing jnksOU read of wad 8tayctl in the bushes till after the flood and theu come cut and WXre the OIiJIg up and has been here eVer since I dont think he ever died I nl flow a deae one Lml neverr hmn ot tine gdltn licked Our lIuper Is It good one but the eetor goes wilJrout ugdtrclcthtp- ad wktter and wmt wear any sOCks and paw hasnt paid any subscription pnce since the parer ii Uted I ask HI paw J that svas why tQle lhJrr hind to suck the Juice ott of snoswhcthls every winter and go to bid wfnclr he lIt8 hrfi3 shim wlihckl IUl rite uunml1- tame and pow took me cut In the woodshed and Ihekid me awfull hued U the oojOOI makes n mtrtakefolks think he ought to be hung If a- tlofcI makes n mtlttnke ho hilt es theft autl leo1111e dwftrjL say no1Ahfill muse doctorm can rend and unto Latin When the editor nlnkcs a- na take there is a law snt and a big fuss but If the doctor mikes one flhlJlfe Is a illg funcsaleut flowers arrl perfeck silence A lIoclOr rain ere a word a mile long wtcut IJlill- lr anycme eke knowing whet Itntans but If tlhe allfcr tires tine lie fins to slw1 lit If a doctor ca41s CoIl unother- l1kl S wtife he charges for a Ids tbut if the editor braes he geb3 a charge c r- lJuckfJhOt Whcn a doootr get drunk iy a case of btJlng OweCAlne tietitt and df ho dins irc it III Me W11en au f1Q tr js drlmk lIs I Iaso of floo much booze and tr Its dies Its the Jim jams Aty old eo loge can make n loctr bet ti lVr- I haa to be bornEx Chliaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I TT t SEND YOUR BOY TO i tMatheny Bat s t Vanderbilt Training it School t ELKTON = KENTUCKY M I I tA limited select u school Col I I trained teachers Students rtI L Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sin c4 soundings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3 000 spent on improvements this 1 summer t We take boys from 12 years of age up JEyoung t The nineteenth year of the s school opens Sept 7 Write for illustrated Catalogue Address All Communications to t MATHENY BATTS 2 PrincipEtI ttM449 e uL e The Kind You Iiavo Always Bought and whIch bas been In use for over 30 years Las borne tl10 slgnnturo or and Las been made under his per I sonnl supervision since Itf infancy CGt rw c Allowto deceive you In this AU Counterfeits Imitations and JustasgumI are but Experlalents that trifle with audendanger the umlth ot Infants and ChildrenExperience against Expcriutent What is CASTORIA Custorfa Is no harmless substituto for Castor Oil Pare gorlq Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium 2Iorplilno nor other Narcotic substance Its ago li its guarantee It destroys Woratrt and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrho a and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles curcs Cuustpatllll- urul Flatulency It assImilates the Food regulates tho- Stolrxteht amI Bowels giving healthy stud natural sleep The Chlldreus IauaceaTllo Mothers FrlclCl GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always B9ught In Use For Over 30 Years TNC ElNTAU con TT uuu tTPICT wo CITY fJ 1 u u WANTED A RIDER AGENT ride r andexh dastrtctto bitasample Latest Modd Ollr arenas everywhere are making money last firrtrforfnllnlicuiarsandrprnal a u tfeahfDto aniiany you you are not r u nt tc kfp the bicycle ship It beck to US1 our expense and ow uY7inet h out one enl FACTORY PRICESWe furnish the highest I1rade bicycle it is possthle to make email profit above actual factory cot Vu care n to Sat mlddlemon profits by buying direct of uu and have the manufacturer I guarantee behind your UO NU1 lit a bicycle or a pair of tireafrom anyone lit any price receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of a tore rrices an remarkable Perna offers when ritirosyou our beautiful cataUe arc raanJrrlwJ1owruyzthan any other factory We are satisfied with roo profit above factory sBICYCLE UJftS you can sellour bicycles under your own name pate at double our prices Orders filled the day received sECUNU IINH JlICCLtS We do not regularly handle second hand blCIs but usually have a number on hand taken In trade hour Chicago retail stores These we clear oul at prices ranging from 8a to 88 or 8111 llescriptine bargain Ita mailed free COASTER BRAKES81111Iu wheels lugmrted rulllr clutlaN and ltlh18 parts repairs and of all Mif lUuIIlI5 0 HEDGETHORN- a PUNCTUREPROOF g s o SELFHEALING TIRES O SAMPLE AIR IJ77t regular ttail price of 1 hest tires tJ 450 t blOt to inlrdice we will- ellyouasarnplepairlorlt50tashwiM orderI Sdi NO MORETROUBLEfROM PUNCTUR- ESN1irsTacks or Glass will lint let the air out Sixty thousand palm sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs note use andeasyridinqverydurableandllnedinddewltlsof rnbbee3Insntiuponceortwfceinawhole elanby1t1U1N0advertlsingpurposeswearemakingaipecialfactory the rider of only 480 per pair All orders hlpptd lame day letter we shIp C 0 n ott representedfesend PULL CSU WITI OUUE t and enclose this advertieement You run no risk lit us an order as the tires my be returned at OUR expense If for any roaon they are not satrefactory on examination We are perfectly rellahle and money Scot to Ut is as a nt bank you order a pair of these lire you find that they will ride easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence tall remarkable tire offer ofIFthe eeial introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and qUOltS11 makes and kinds of tires at about half tine usunl WAFTbut write us a postal today Utl NOT T111N I OV UUINO II bicycle QO NOT paIr of tire from anyone until you know the new and wondcrfut offers we are making Jt only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILLo Save 7BY PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only aS The regular price is Sroo Thorn who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling u where they saw It will bo able to have one reserved at tilt low rate of Z5 nooks lntI stationery are included No time limit If slot ready now buy one for future use PRINCIPtL v l zacr BUSINESS COLLEGE COitPOOaraDSecond LOUISVILLt KY e Hartford Republican Entered cordlDI to iaW at the roatolrlc- eHartfordE as man matter of the ncood daM c M BARNETT EDITOR TzrrmczsGtsmb lan4Caouch tv 2 FRIDAY AUGUST ii ANNOUNCEMENT We are alt horized to announce Hon George W Jolly or Owensboro a candidate for Judge or the Court of Appeals in the Second Appellate pour Dltrtrlct subject to the netfon of Lire Republican party Convention at Ltttchield August 13 1910 sTILL MAINTAINS HORSE IS 18 FEET HIGH The Hartford Herald having sworn that the horse Is IS feet high and that black Is white and white Is black determines to stick to Itrlght or wrong The contention of the Herald sonic I weeks ago was that the PayneA1dridgt bill had raised the duty on ladles and chlldrens gloves When we denied the statement and asserted that Instead the new law had lowered the duty on la dies and chlldrens gloves the Herald accused us of ignorance and rid Ing a high horse pro eeded to quote two sections on the subject of ladles and chlldrens gloves both of which are In the Dingle law and both of which are In the new law and were I not changed one particle Every I Is dotted and every T Is crossed In both sections in both laws and yet the Hartford Herald quoted these two I sections In an attempt to deceive Its readers and make them believe that I one section raised the tariff on these articles When In tact It might Just Lou well have contended from them that the one hall lowered the duties mentioned fIT these schedules In fact It Is strange to us bow the editor pf I the Herald ran conclude that these l sections so quoted have anything what ever to do one with the other as theI first section ltuotede distinctly says Jo or shheep and the second fI- or goat kid OR OTHER LEATHER TIAN OF SHEEP ORIGIN For theJ benefit of cur readers and those lhe t tit1 a1o who may see this- paper we print below In parallel colI umn the sections published by theI Herald and copied by us also verba tim from the DIngley law which anyone can see by an examination of the law or by calling at this office examine the law In IlUbllc document is sued by tha public printer at Washington We also publish herewith the cation taken from each law showing a reduction by the PuyneAldrldge Dill or 50c per dozen pairs upon ladles and chlldrens gloves not over tour teen Inches In length and thlll Is the only change made upon this entire subject as we have stated be tore tllon SCIIEarIfJ- JINlllIY UILIitlNGldt LAIS- Section JIollUuo nomens or rna or chlldrra-bgtY noleblnlllh orJnr Anlehlemn ur HIntbloter dozru palre orher dozen pelts over IfIncbloIUIOII nnrb1r dOleD pxlrskl0lerdozenpelrn LtwlATNLAW Section 4UWon- Seaton 44w flmRII fir rhlldrens- eue or rldldre aglne tlxleh gent ItuntIdol or other leatherglner aoleh kid or other Icnlhertvu of cheep origin It Inches Insheepmt overthen that of origin nut orrr It 41no per dozen r1lr over 14luchesInebealnlength fn ItHod not over I71nclea- Intheaanti I down pals over nut over 1In Jengtn 3i5 par I Inrheln length 37idozen 111111 our 17I- nter dozen pnlre over clip Inlenglllf47Sle- rJr larbee In length dozes IuhSenatef- tnb ter limen pubsnocmuent No3o page Irrnm Unrtlurd nero aid of Jnly U 11110DiNGLEY LAW Glove Schedule Section 440Schanaschen of sheep origin glace finIsh women or chll drens not over 14 Inches In length 175 per dozen pair over 14 Inches mad not over 17 Inches In length 225 Per dozen pairs over 17 Inches In length 276 per dozen pairs Mens 4300 Per dozen palrslJouse DOc- ument No 948 Page 12- 7PAYNEALDRIDGE LAW Glove Schedule Section 454Schamaschen or sheep origIn glace finish womens or childrens not over 14 Inches In JeBth 125 Per dozen pairs OVer 14 inches and not over 17 inches in- elgtb 226 per dozen paIrs over 17 inches In leach 275 per dozen pgair- seas 300 per dozen palrsHoWieI Document No 948 page 127 Now it the Hartford Herald can change the law or IS willing to Ig xrosntly stick to Its statement being fee behdf4tron to admlt1ta error we cannot help It In this weeks Is r u sue It says that it had referred the matter to Mr SImmerman and that we had selected a man also to act with 31r Simmerman We selected 31r Ernest Woodward who Informed us that he would act and has also Informed us that he never told anyone that he would not acti- Ve prInt below statement from Mr Woodward which will explain itself The Herald Is also wrong as usual In I regard to this matter We have car ried out the suggestion or the gen tlemen who were selected to arbitrate the matter and herewith above print the tour sections side by side two copied from the Hartford Herald and two copied from the Dingley Law and defy the Herald or anyone else to disprove these quotations Editor Hartford RepubllcanAtl you requested me to serve with Mr SImmerman In deciding a controversy between the Republican and the lIer aId I went to Mr SImmerman and told him that I felt neither of us could change the acts of Congress and that a lJUblicatlon or the acts for comparison would show finally who was right Mr Simmerman areed with me and we each agreed not to take up the matter before Xmas of whIch tact I in formed the editor or the Herald I am still of the opinion that the act Itself Is the best decision of the ques tion and Mr SImmerman and myself are alike agreed In not desIring ten ter the controversy Sincerely ERNEST WOODWARD August 3 191- 0Republicans In thIs APpellate court district evidently believe there is a splendid opportunity to win In the coming election as quite a number of prominent Republican attorneys have announced their candidacy for the nomination before the oonventon to be held at Leltchfleld August 13 Besides Hon George W Jolly and Judge J A Dean ot pwensboro lion E C VanCe or Hawesvllle D W Stone Of Leltchtleld and Judge Gll1owpy Of Bowling Green are candIdates Revise the TarlU downward deI reIvlslonmillion of work people Were Out or employment extorts hromI and Imports enormously bonds Issued to carryon the pent and wreCk and ruIn everwb apparent Does the paten want leI of thatt kind of Tariff revision If Iut the Democrats and Insurgents In control of the GovernmentIWe were corn being on ro not lug a copy of the lIew tariff act be fore Us but the Hartford Herald having as It said all of the tariff laws before It made the mistake of con tendIng that the PayneAldridge bill had raIsed the tariff on ladles and childrens gloves gone of us are In fallible and claiming to be Is the only errOr whIch Is absolutely unpardonable Note tn another column the publish ed table showing the purchasing power of ten bushels or wheat under the PayneAldrIdge tariff act as compared with purchasing plower of ten bushels or wheat under the GormonWl1Bon act in 1896 Do the farmers wish to return to the latter period This Is what they lire Invited to do by the Democrats and Insurgents The Republlcan congressional com mittee for thIs district met In LouIs- ville last Saturday and called n dele gate conventloh to meet In Lebanon September G for the purpose of nom- Inating a candidate to he voted for ut the comlllg November election In opposition to Hon Den Johnson Every Republican In OhIo County should attend the mass convention to he held at the courthouse In Hart ford next Wednesday August 10 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose ot se lecting delegates to attend the APPel late court convention In Leitchfield on Saturday August 13 Hon William J Bryan will mOVe to Texas where he hopes to have better political luck than he seems to have encountered In his own state lIe will no doubt soon lock horns with Sena tor BaileY as that gentleman will evi dently resent any Intrusion upon hIs play ground Hon William J Bryan was over thrown In Nebraska by his own party after fourteen years of absolute dictatorship upon the prohibition question It has been said that many a good man has been ruined by liquor When this paper makes a mistake or Is not sure about anything It Is always willing to knowledge its error Why cant others do the same A reading school will be Instituted for the benefit or the Editor of The- Hartford Herald He must learn to read the tarnt schedules To the HartfordHerald 1e sure you are rtgbt and then go ahead TEN BUSHELS OF WHEAT a- We print below a tab1ei hlcle was compiled from bulletin NoY and bulletin Xo 87 oj the Unitedltates Bureau ot Labol It represents the purchasing powerat whileale price of ten bushels of wheat thafirst of March 1910 The formerunder a Democratic tariff law the lapel under the PayneAldridge tariff t J Att1cG ft X Unitldareh LaiebC- offees JUo 4o 7 lennde 334 1- MolnearnNewOrlennaoprnkettle 7 w o fladone c 7a nice IIl1m1I1 cbol lOODd 211 i s- snla tmeriren eartete 1S t- iugnr0rannlated Pounae u IxTen Purmoea one roood J9 serpet ntaeeela Yard If C Carper 1010 w w w YaMs 22 15- Cottnn0anneI 57ardetolbeponnd 0 Terde 121 fl1- Oloabllm Amokeltjf w Ynrda ICI Sheetinge Bleached lepperelL 1011 Ynrda i2 33- Shcetingeltrown414Pepixrell Yards ha 134 4hIrtingeIllenehedIII PrnltoftheLam Yards hi a Shoe 1eo avici kid tinodyeareelt rala1 02- Snitlnee Clay ennted dloJrooal Uono Yanbw 9 8 Ioal Anthracite morew w w nobel a 49 Coal Uitomloool Oporgee Creek New York nrbor iluahele119 an- letroleum nnm l1wi K w n OlllJoII 1n1 L- 7ilerbrd wire OnloDlzeol ronnd Dog 321 Nell Wire eighr penny w w looodll 541 210 lIr1tk Common domUc w Jlrlcb 197e 1147 Cement Portland homeatlc IInntl e I- JIme Common w lI11rrtlll 11 7 Oak white Plain ww wFeet 215 124 Shingles Cypreee M I 24- prace w rtw 174 112 a With 117 remaining b with Le1 remaIDloJ It will be noticed that while ten bushels or wheat would only purchase 47 pounds of coffee In 189G It will today purchase 134 pounds While ten bushels of wheat In 1896 would only purchase 132 pounds ot granulated sugar It will now purchase 249 pounds That while ten bushels ot wheat would only purchase two pairs or mens Ylcl Kid shoes with 181 remain Ing In 1896 ten bushels ot wheat will now purchase tour pairs or the same shoes with 147 remaining Ten bushels ot wheat will now purchase 641 pounds or eIght penny wire nails while In 1896 the Mme amount ot wheat would only purchase only 210 pounds Ten bushels or whey March 1st 1910 will purchase G09 pounds ot barbed wire galvanized while In 1896 the same amount or wheat wonldpurchase only 323 pounds In 1S96 ten bushels or wheat would purchase 9j yards or cotton flannel 234 yards to the pound while the first or March 1910 the same amount ot wheat would punccase 131 yards Study the table through There are others to follow I I NARROWS August 3lrs Ida Renfrow and daughter Miss Ello visited relatives In Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Mrs Fletcher HardIson and children or White Plains are visiting Mrs Hordlsons parents Mr and Mrs Will Allen Mrs Will Park Is vl tIng relatives at Henderson this week Mr T J Cook went to Leitchfleld Wednesday Misses Lula Loypl and Isabel Thomas and Messrs Arthur Bennett and Stanley PhillIps attended the county leachers Institute at Hartford Vednesday i tlr J WIPett or l1 Iton Hy- ld Visiting his brother Mr D P Petty Mrs Martha Carnahan of Jordsvllle visited friends here the first of the week l of Mrs Sallie Dewley who has been visiting relatives here for the past weep returned to her hone ut Owens boro Tuesday Miss Vena Daniel of Olaton was the guest or relatives here the first or the week Miss Carrie RobInson or Ohio ilJ spendIng her vacation with friends here A cyclone passed Just north or here Wednesday nIght of last week that brounght tearful damage to crops buildings and timber and serious In Jury to a number or persons The residence of Ira Hall with all the out buildings were swept clean from the foundation stones and Mrs Hall and her mother were seriously Injurey A dInner bell and n post In the yard was carried bodily away and has not yet been found Silas Doltons house was blown down and 31r Dolton is still In bed of hIs Injuries John Har rison an Octogenarlon living alone had hIs resIdence swept away but In sonic way escaped being seriously hurt FFor a distance of five miles east or Adams Fork Creek not a barn In the track or the cyclone Is left stand lug Apple orchards forest Umber and crops are almost wiped from the face of the earth Notice TObacco growers are requested to sIgn pooling pledges and forward same to C E Smith County Secretary at the very earliest possible date It Is that they know as soon as posslblethe amount or tobacco that will tie pooled this year Please attend to thIs mat ter and send in the pledges D FORD Chmn F Corn The President and the Payne Law It Is beginning to dawn upon the Intelligent men that the Presidents Winona speechln which he praised the Tarlftwas not overdrawn The only trouble with that speech was that It came ata time when the country was not yet prepared for the turth about the Tariff lawat a time when Its op- eratioRS had not been studIed and the misrepresentations of the politicians had not yet been overtaken with the truthCedar Rapids Iowa Republican RatherToo Successful The now Tariff bill Is if anything proving too successful in the promotion of imports we are Importing more goods under this bill ht1lwe eVer Imported before Everythfiig Ia rolling Into a the country But that rolllng in may in tlmlhave draw backs We are Importing toomuch int a and we are not exporting enough At least no one ought to content that we ought to make It any easier for the foreIgners to exploit their wareS In our markets Let us find first a mar ket for what we ourselves canmake Cedar RapIds RepubllcaR An Impressive Lesson The lesson ot tile termendous In creaSe In Imports should be taken to heart It is that the free list and the reductions or Tariff upon dutia- hle l goods have been extended to the limIt of safety Any further moves meat In that direction would quickly makg the VrIc4 Stated again A deb tor nntlehand firing tltt1l iSln upon our Industry and fbhttnerce alike Agitators for Tariff reduction are striving for the Interests ot other nations and aGainst those or the Unit ed StatesAlbnny Journal CLEAR RUN Aug IRev R E Fuqua will preach at Clear Run Saturday and Sunday Everybody Bonne- Mr M C Murray and son St Elmo were the guests or Mrs Clss Hoover SundayMiss Tressle Taylor who has been visIting friends and relatives at Beaver Dam for the past week returned home Wednesday Master Lee Johnson visited llobert TinsleY Saturday nIght and Sunday Miss Nora Hoover Is visIting her sIster Mrs Archie McCan of near Hart ford this week Mrs L F Hoover has purchased a new buggy Mr Archie McCan and wire visited Mrs McCans mother Mrs C C Hoov er from Saturday until Sunday Miss Dora Stewart was the guest ot rls M C Murray Thursday night Miss Mamie Johnson was the guest ot Misses Casste and LUe Hoover Sat urday nIght Born to the wife of J T Patton on the 27th a tine boy In le1l101lalll God In His Infinite wisdom In His all wise providence has seen best to call from our midst our Sunday School attendant Shelby Bullock Although we In our weakness cannot see where It Is for the best yet a strong confidence that all the trials sorrows and losses ot our lives are parts or our Fathers work ought to give peace to our hearts In all their pains Wocannot know the reason for the painful strokes but we know that He who holds the pruning knife Is our Father and that Is enough Therefore be It Resolved 1 That we bow In submissIon to the Divine Will In take lag from us OUr little comrade a loving friend and faithful worker In our Sunday School 2 That we extend to the bereaved mother and father our tenderest sympathy and know that Shelby was called away because his time of toll was over the angels had come to convey him home 3 Resolved That these resolutions be published In each county pa per a copy presented to the bereaved parents Without murmur uncomplaining to His hand Leave whatever things thou canst not understand flaptlstETHEL HU JTER- I FLAUiJfF7 D1 ULk RSON- CoalmftteeM r t a JOSEPH WENDLIN6 AT lAST ARRESTED Murderer of Alma Kellne- Trailed 10000 Miles Was Located in San Francisco by Louisville Detective San Francisco Cal July 30 Dragged from beneath a sink In a washroom of a Thirdstreet lodging house 1n this flty where ho had ueuu hiding for twentyfour hours Joseph A Wendling accused or the murder ot little Alma Kellner In Louisville Ii man whose twlstings and turnings have baffled the police for tour months was arrested today by Detectives Burke and Ryan ot the IQ cal police department Wendllpg admitted his Identity but protested his Innocence ot the crimeA few hours after the arrest Chief of Detectives J P Carney or Louisville arrived to learn that his 11000 mlle search for Wendling had been crowned with success It was the final telegraphed tip from Kentucky to the detectives here which led to the capture In the relentless pursuit of the supposed murderer Carney many times lost the trail but the secret or the whereabouts or the quarry al ways lay with Mrs Cora Muena a milliner or Hume Mo and It was from her home that Carne flashed the Information that led to his arrest A Gruesome Chapter December SAlma Kellner disap peared from her home at 507 East Broadway Louisville at 10 oclock In the mornIng December 9An allnlbt search had tailed to find any trace or the missing girl The theory Was that the child bad been kidnaped Iecember 9th mystery or Alma Keliners whereabouts continued to grow People began notifying Frank Fehr and the Kellner family that they tad seen the child In va rlous places becember 10YFhe sewers and tHeh basing of the neighborhood whrC narched for a trace of the mlaotng child Buildings In the neighborhood were searched but no trace was found- December 11Gypsies thought hi have Alma Kellnerat Madison Ind 1JalUJary floaves his place as janitor ot 6t notrIny 30Rlchiird Sweet a plum ber digging In the slime and ooze i1Johns rItIlated remains of Alms Iellner Wendling suspectbd Ills wife ar rested Pollee begin to tlt the country ot their suspicionsof Wend ling May 3031 and June 1 and 2 Details of how Alma Kellner was murdered found by Coroner Duncan and detectives In the basement ot at Johns church beneath the sacristy June 5Coroners Jury after I1- vestigatfon ot evidence before It returns a verdict ot willful murder agaInst Joseph Wendling June 16Capt Carney leaves for Texas on tip that Wendling has been located there June 20Grand Jury Indicts Wendling for murder In the first de gree June 24Wendllng eludes his followers at San Antonio 1 JiSanSoldiers Called A report carpe to Hartford last Saturday that another man was shot In the alleged nIght rider district or Western tentucky and a requIsition came to Capt J- M DeWeese for more troops from the Hartford company to help guard the premises ot men said to be in danger Responding to this request Capt DeWeese reported to Col E B Dassett at Princeton that he would send the following men ot our local Company H who left for the trouble distrIct Sunday First Sergt C D Shown Sergts Wm C Liles anti Douglas D Felix Corp Den H Bennett Privates Joe Chapman EstiU WilkIns R H Raley Seymour Dennett R W Tinsley and Seth Rt ley 1 a The Ohio County Baptist Association ThIs body will meet with Central Grove church Aug 16 and 17 All per sons going by rail should get oU at Centertown ThIs Station is only two miles from the church L W TICHENOR See Centertown Ky Ao r f 4 1I prpppppppProfit i Sharing Saie- g SEVEN DAYS MOREl tor 1 Ps are In e pro ISOI this big store Its the = best sale we have ever tXi had It means a 4- x saving I to the liberal Iatbuyer Aug6 at 12 OcfocRp mitCl ss I todJ r E P t Barnes R a 1 tt 8toS 1 BEAVER DAM- r KY 1tr1 L- J c 0 f 1 4 t t f 7 f AWJWJI IAVWfIM WfL11rnlV H tAt I t J CLEARIGOUT SALEi JULY 30 TO AUG1 0 II ONE WEEKIFa- ir I Co must unload their enormous Summer Stock Slash the price Sell the goo sDuring July The determi 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 offs Price tickets on goods displayed and plenty of sales people will make your bargain shopping pro- fitablet quick and satisfactory A Great Price Shrinking Sate that Will save Money Everything in our Store Going at Reduced Price for One Week OnlyI + FOR PRICES SEE OUR BIG POSTERS i FictL I THE PAIR DEALE- RSHARTFORD KY aIrl IAll AT UJIJ H nw uYrW Yr nw w WIiI U YrWIII noIsCentral RallroadTlme Table 1 It At Beaver Dam Ky northBound BonlhBonnd- Nola2 due 405 s m No 121 dUoIlI3I a m Nolr2dne1228p m No ln due 248 p in No102due248pm No181due805pin FUNCTIONI DAINTIES The dalntyness the tastynes- sl of the eatables served Is necessary j to the success of an afternoon tea or 0 other function No compromise with quality can be thought of at such a time trhe hostess who supplies herself from our stock can feel easy about the eatable part of the affair We are ready for any demand that may be made upon us Varieties are ample and Include everything desirable Qualities are t r unquestioned And besides these the hostess isl- helped In her choosing by visiting phis store ILERS GROCERY HARTFORD KY HOT WEATHER SUGGESTIONS TIZ for Tired leetTIf It Genuine Dawson Water h Pluto Watercondensed r1 FJDest line or Toilet Soaps- Largest S80rtment or Perfumes very bast Talcum Powder fICaspian Cold Cream for the face- Daisy FiyRlllerBeata All Tanglefoot Also 6Hreeo DlpHeeps flies from cow tji I ofJlir ors Iled Bug Exterminator f JapaLec Liquid Veneer tfa rahtts Varnishes Oils Brushes f Everything you need la the Drug and Tenet tine- A WhaDdi all the best stock rem redJet School supplies and oMce staUoa- eryrterJ IUK aU t Yearn to please N J E Q1JQDaU CON JJe IA tLr 1 tn Hartford Republican FRiDA AUGUST G M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow Ing times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger DailY 14340 p m Mixed Dulley except SundayI115920 am Mixed Dally except Sunday 113146 p m Passenger Dally Fairs ClemningOdt Sale satwrillly Ladles lOc Vetu Tc at palm sat urday 25c White Goo 19c at Fairs Saturday Mens suits one4hlyd off at Fairs Saturday Hooks and Eyes lc card at Fair Saturday Good Brass Plus 3c paper at FOdrs Saturday Good Pearl Buttons 3c dozen at Fairs Saturday Hope Bleach 7rc per yard nit Fairs saturday 60c Fancy Stripe Mohairs 25c at Fairs Saturday- Hoosier Domestic 5c per yard at Fairs saturday Mens 100 Suits Underwear l1 89c at Fairs Saturday Jelly GlUEsea 20c dozen In Fairs Basement S urdny 100 ydrd fauey and solid Shade SUks 89c Saturday at Fairs s I11Vequalt Granite Preserving Ket tIe lOc at Fairs f3aturdy Miss Norlrle black Is the guest at relatires In Greenvllle Ky t Mies EtfieE3 T WySX Is the guest ot Miss Powell Jones Rev J w runer 3111 return to day trompvisit at Clinton ICy Ht will preachat tl a court hones Sun day woThgand eyeuing FREE HOMESTEADS main 40 tI o acres Ala Ark FJ6 LB and MI tUVEN AWAY by UNiTEI SAVES GOVERNMENT to uooess fulappl4cants Send 2c for to artna- tto8 aadt appli1Uo1ferm DIXIE aO OO jhrifai JAi Born to the wife of Mr J W San derfur No Creel Wednesday Augusl 3rd a fine boy I Mr and Mrs Ed Johnson and adopted daughter ot Buell McLean county were the guests of Mrs Ann Bennett Hartford from Saturday until Monday Mrs D E Dupey Drldgport Ind visited the family of R H Gillespie last week She went to Rockport Saturday and was accompanied by Miss Nettle Gillespie ILeave your Laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for MadlsonvUle Steam Laundry MadlsonvUle Ice S I Laundry Company Incorporated tt Misses Nannle OtYutt Louisville I and Margaret Taylor Greenvllle who had been the guests of Miss Mary I Elizabeth Felix have returned home I the former Monday and the latter last Thursday A dispatch received at Hartford yesterday from Champaign lllinols an nounced the death of Harold little son of Mr and Mirs Henry Her formerly of this county The body will arrive tomorrow and the interment will tale place at Bella Mrs tier was a daughter of the late T It Webb I At the last regular July term of Ohio County Quarterly Court Judge I Wedding made an order changing the times of holding court tram the I Monday In APril July October thirdI January to the fourth November February May and I This was done so as not to conflict with certain days and dates of the Circuit Court 10hiO Woodmen of the World will the Monument ot Soy FrankI Dever deceased member of camp No 321 Sunnydale Ky on August 21 1910 at what Is known as the Buck Midkiff burying ground near alt Ver- nonI church Col Brewer State Man ager Is expected tale with us There I will be a well drilled degree team and officers to put on the work and some worthy Sov will deliver the Ora- tionI and a lady will recite the poem come everybody with well filled baskets I Fine Land S for Sale We have 460 RCr6 td fine bottom- land rom one and a halt to two mlles of Hanttord rent otlt with Umber Also lbout 75 acres of up land lrelonginz tD the ine tract Terms Wly t once to Bar- n+i4t Ik Hanltb Harldottd X1 tf I Additional Storm NewsI There are very few farmers In Da vless McLean Hancock or Ohio counties who have not suffered some loss from the storms of the past few days In some places along theI Louisville ana Henderson railroad Davless and Hancock counties great piles of tobacco plants were seen packed against the fences that with stood the storms In other placed shocks of unthreshed wheat caught against trees and formed a dam that turned the course ot the waters Time green leaves of corn three feet high were seen waving up from the lakes of water miles In length Practically every bridge In the low country was damaged to some extent and many of them have been swept entirely away The storm of Thursday night also did great lamnge In and around Nar rows this county where It took theI form of an Incipient cyclone Its stretch was from Narrows to Fords villa and embraced adjacent territory It destroyed the residence of of MniraHalennd his motherInlaw Mrs Beatty had three ribs broken In the smash Two chllllren who were In the house were slightly Injured Time residence of a Mr Dolton was blown down anti outbuildings destroyed The reshlences of lalenConi try and Mrs Lord Westerflehl wore greatly damaged The Gentry residence was removed from Its foundations The barn and outbuildings on the Galloway farm were demol Ished The barn and orchard of James Gentry were badly damaged and the roof was blown off his dwell Ing The damage In this Instance Is estimated at over 500 In the sweep of the storm In that vicinity several thousand dollars worth of property was either destroyed or bad- lyI damaged not counting the injury to crops The first life lost as the result ofI the recent high water occurred on Monday morning In the Masonvllle neighborhood when the twoyearold son of Mr and Mrs Martin Elliott of that neighborhood was drowned In a lIeld of water near the home of the parents- Mr Elliott left the house to go In to a field some distance away and the littleone followed him but he did not notice the child The mother thought the child had gone across to a neighbors where the children had b4en In the habit of playing and after about tortyflveminutes she went out to see where the baby wail and failing to find it at the neighbors house a searehas commenced The dead J t OdY ot the child was found In a field of water near the home The water was Just deep enough to come over the chllds body where It was found The rather had taken his course through the tleld where the child was found and It Is believed that the child hat attempted to fol low and fell In the water The child was time youngest of five children of Mr and Mrs Elliott who are well known throughout Davless county OAK GROVE Aug ISchool at this place began Monday JUly 2th with Miss Unlce Rock as teacher Time Powwow at Cromwell seemed to be quite an enjoyable day for those presentThe rain that fell last 1Vednesduy- njght dill much damage to crops and washed out several bridges In till eastern part of time county Mr Winson Smith who has been at work for the Broadway Coal com panylmas been called Louis on account- of sickness but will return 1n a few days- Mr Luther Rogers llalzetown Is In our midst grading roads and We Welc glad to See Mr Rogers because our roads certainly need attention lira John Smith who has been afflicted with cancer for time last thIr 4Ioclockled the same day at the Smith burying ground She was seventythree years old nt the time of her death She I IImournwas always true who nlllsed her like I she was his wlte but the vacancy Is there but ohwe would not have her back If wo could yet she was soma- tbodys mother you know for she was always kind and good We had to tell you good by dear mother we will never have to tell It any more for the next time we meet We will know each other In the land where sorrows are over A Son Hostile to Bristow The audience that heard Senator Drlstow at Winfield Saturday was decidedly hostile to the semmalors sentiments and plainly showed It Drill tows harangues against the Payne Tariff law and President Taft met n cold reception and only the fact that It was a Chautauqua crowd Which Is always resPectful saved the Senator from an adverse demonstration NO insurgent will again be elected to the Senate from KanSaSEnid Okla Events J L 11 L Pay Yo- urTAXESRepresentatives of the Ohio County fy Sheriffs office will he at the fol lowing Places at the timty ltllcated for the purpose of issuing tax receipts anti you will save coming to mhe couusy seat or avoid the necessity of a visit to your hOlllo by arranging to settle in this milliner DEPUTY SHERIFF S 0 KE01VN be at tJle following places IiWill Augut I from S a m p Hi 1 Taffy AUI 7 forenoon Halls Hun In the afternoon Ralph Aug 18- Mugan Aug IBraver Dam Auh 2 Centcltown Aug 23- Mlatnnzas Aug 24 Smnallhous Aug 2 i forenoon Ceral- vo In time afternoon Melfenry Aug 7- HocllOrt Aug 2I forenoon I3roa- dwayIn the afternoon- Reinder Aug JO forenoon Taylor Mhies to time afteruouu- Deanfield Sept 1 Hmburt Sept 2 Fordsville Sept I DEPUTY SIIERIFF A W BJACK- WIIl bo at the following places Bella tug 9 forenoon Ullforl lu oonI 10 from S a n1 un Wsox Aug IS- PrenUs Aug 19 Cromwell Aug 20 Rob Roy Aug 22 forenoon Select In the afternoon Dalzetown Aug 23 forenoon Ar nold In the afternoon Renfrow Aug 24 forenoon Whlto Run In the afternoon Horse Branch Aug 2 forenoon Dana Station In the afternoon Roslne Aug 2G forenoon Morton In time afternoon Sunnydale Aug 29 In the afternoon Dundee Aug 30 Narrows Sept G Trisler Sept G- Shreve Sept 7 Davidson Sept S forenoon Olaton- lu time afternoon Beda Sept 12 Duford Sept 13 Pleasant Midge Sept 14 Herlln Sept lb- 1tI T H BLAOK S O c J 1s ivR Fv rwK 7 tnt M Snr r Kr y 4 r- V i fv 1 er FACTS OF HISTORY WHY REPUBLICANS MUST NOT I BE OVERCONFIDENT Three Instances Which Show Danger I of Allowing Democrats to Secure I Control of CongressParty- Must Exert Itself Cheer up boys certain Repub lean politicians are saying to their followers The outlook for November Is improving but even if the Democrats win they are sure to make such use of their victory as to destroy their chances for 1912 They cant stand prosperity Blundering is their torte and they are usually on time Underrating the enemy is poor generalship The Democrats have committed many blunders but they do not always blunder On several Important occasions in the past 30 years they have followed up one victory with an otherIn 1874 they carried the house and two years later came within one electoral vote of carrying the presidency No congressional slip of theirs on the j eve of the Tilden campaign weakened them with the country They secured a popular majority in 1S7C In 1882 they carried the house an In 1884 elected Mr Cleveland presl dent The Morrison Randall division on the unlit did not show In the presl dentlal campaign Upon the whole Speaker Carlisle guided his house forces remarkably well during the first session of the Fortyelghth con gress and distinguished himself as aI presldlng officer i In 18S6 the Democrats carried the house by an enormous majority thereby dlcreditlng for the moment the i work of the strongest Republlcnns Inj the country outside of the House Thomas B Reed had revised the rules and his lieutenant William McKinley had revised the tariff and had they held their ground in the congressional elections of that year Gen Harrison would probably have been reelected president two years later But they lost to the Democrats who l organizing the new house on conserva live lines helped materially to place the party In good position for IrI Clevelands third campaign Judge Crisp In the speakers chair was an assurance against extremism or flighty maneuversA house sitting from I December 1911 until the following Bummer might queer the party for ItsI presidential contest but here three Instances warning the Republicans I against putting such a result down as a sure thing Responsibility sobers men It has been 18 year- since the Democrats elected either house or a president While a vie tory now would be sweet and migh- tempt extremists to folly It would I have a sobering effect on the great i majority of the Democratic party and probably prevent them from playin- Into the hands of the oppositionIThe only correct o this years contest is that which j makes It the opening of the presidential campaign If the Republicans would go Into the greater engagement I with confidence they should exert themselves to the utmost to hold the advantage they now possess Relying upon the enemy to commit an act of folly at a critical time Is neither magnificent j nor war Washington Star Republicans Welcome Fight For the Republicans there could be nothing better than a square fight on the tariff question next fall The more the DernOerats and the Insurgents l discussed the question the weaker would their cause become Every semblance of popular opposi tlon outside Democratic lines to the provisions of the present law has arisen from misrepresentation of j what those provisions are Tho Dem ocrats and the Insurgents cannot lord to let tin light shine to let thej truth be told about the existing To toll the truth about tho tariff wouldI be to I 111m Ill nn overwhelming Republican vlctori1 Denver Republican Postal Savings BanksIThe administration Is moving slow ly In the mAtter of postal savings banks and IB justified They are a new wrinkle in our affairs anti as they touch what Is called the IJocketI nerve should be handled treme corn Popular sentiment called i for the legislation but popular under standing of what Is possible under ItIand what will be accomplished by is meager Time will he well bestowed In making all preliminaries j complete A hasty and faulty start might be attended with many expen slve consequences Party Promises Redeemed Congress has finished Its record Its members may now return to the pee plo and make an accounting Not a single honest Republican need hang his bead when he faces his coast tuents No one need apologize for Taft or the other Republican leaders who helped formulate the record now before the people The Republican pledges and policies have been carried out Again the Old Question Mr Conners says his party can win easily this tall with a real Demo crat This begs the question What la a real Democrat Buffalo News Tho cost of living like the tariff makes easy opportunity for those Who delight In saying anything that tomes into their heads especially if It isnt soAlbany Journal 1 I STATE TO BE REPUBLICAN Oklahoma More Than Likely to Line- Up With the Party of Good Government The unity among the Republicans of Oklahoma means that they will carry the state In November In the state convention the Payne tariff act as well as the Taft adminis tration was praised In tho platform and an appeal was made to all th members of the party to get together In favor of the state ticket and of the candidates for congress The state ticket It is sate to say will be menIthan It was n 1907 or in the presidential campaign Iot 1908I i greetings to the Republic ans of Oklahoma said Mr Taft In a telegram to the convention and I sincerely hope that their organize tlon will be effective to redeem the istate and to make Republican prln victorious In the next election There Is a strong probability that this I aspiration will come true Gov Has I kell has been a very heavy load for the Democrats of the state to carry Some of his eccentricities compelled the Democratic national committee 1908 to remove him from his posi Iin as one of Bryans campaign man- I agers Ills queer conduct In the state capital tight now on has added to the number of his Democratic and Republican enemies Although he will not be a candidate for reelec tlon his record will turn thousands of votes against the Democratic ticket The Republican party In Oklahoma Is growing with great rapidity It Is growing from two sources from 1m migration from Missouri Kansas 1111 nols and other Republican communl ties and from the secessions from the Democrats which the tn c and fol liesof Haskell and the Democratic machine Incite Haskell carried the state by 27000 In 1907 but that was Ibetore Oklahoma had a chance to become acquainted with him Bryans lead in 190S was only 11000 and Bryan was more popular In the south west than any other Democratic can j dldate would have been In 1907 the Republicans elected only one out of Oklahomas five members pf the house of representatives They elect ed three out of the five In 1908 Thoughtful Oklahoma Democrats are anxious to raise the social quarantine which Haskells fantastlcs have erect ed against their state and will coop erate with the Republicans for this purpose November 8 1910 promises to see a good days work done for Oklahoma and for the Republican party ofni j gress during the session jiow drawing 1stI without a parallel in recent ongres slonal history In a single session nearly all the pledges made by the Re nationalgnatl Enquirer i TARIFF TO BE THE QUESTION Parties Sure to Line Up on That at the Coming CongressionalI I To say tbat the Republican politi clans In congress are pleased with the outcome Is putting It too mildly They are overjoyed with the results of the theIthe Republicans say that the chief as sets of the Democracy are calamity and mistakes of the Republican party and they dont see a visible supply of either asset In this Instance The madeII and on tbat Issue the Republicans are willing to meet them In open field and fair fight The Republican party is to stand up iror the tariff legislation of this con gress supplemented as It was by i the provision for an Investigation and comparison of cost of foreign products with a view to future reductions In the tariff where they can be shown to be warranted with duo consideration of the welfare of the American I workfngman The Democrats are still hopeful of arousing the country upon the alleged iniquities of the tariff legislation of this congress The Republicans will meet their advance more than halt way j Republicans contend that the action of the Minnesota state convention fending the tariff legislation dej weakij it Indicates the existence of a senti ment favorable to the system of the toIcut and at toIThis hopeful view of tho Republicans does not imply Qverconfldence They know that the battle is not won that the fight must be made and made with vigor But they do contend tbat the roseate Democratic hopes of a month ago have gone glimmering dis sipated by the record ofa Republican congress a record open to inspection o all men and which they say it not to be denied Ii I Nothing to Be GainedINowhere along the or na tion Is anything substantial to bo gained for good government by turn ing out the Republicans and bringing In the Democracy Is It not reason reallhe Coddled Englishmen Englishmen are handicapped in the battle of life by the ooddUugof their wives The ifear that lips work Isfoo much for a gentleman jo do or is ber Heath his dignity eoeans to be at roM bottom of it This is tie crttkan nf Mr Sales gorat the Grand Trunk Canadian Railway who comes fresh to Eng eland from the Western etates of Oa Iida and co Is emlniejstry qu Htied contrast Mo TOtithoda of fihe stayot home Englishs man with her sIsters In the new countries iwhuae oonvun dons count for so Wutle The great ambition of EngUsfhraeB seems to be to keep up their position Their wives encourage this Ideal anti so a man gets thinking more about his social status than tola jolt He mU tnt do too much work for fear of buing itboupht an overwork ed semtmt and the daflnitton of a gen tleman as a man who doesnt work for his living still scent to hold The time given to convoniiUinaJiy and trifling rules of tlqueite takevat tenitlon away from the rtal work of life Great people are above such trifle Only this morning 1 saw the king ridI- ng In the park WJwm a wcTkingnian raised his cap to him he re med the salute and gave him a friendly nod of the head if anyitlhlnig a bigger at tenltion than he paid to people Of social position who salted him in the Taw at the same tme The women out in the West have no time to waste on convcotionaiMtlcs They are not overawed by etiquette and would superintend the cooking for a camping out party or nest a king wfttoout a tremor- Conventionality is at the bottom of the coddling habit and out West the true womanWhat I may call the thor- Ough democratic lay cant afford to have all the little convent tonal Mils which really kill the true woman in her Miss Agnes Deans Cameron also critl cased the English habit of doptelng cr looking down on hard work The Canadian women rejoice In the pose loll of a haidworkuis husband and very often jots him In hs labors and encourage him to work harder I know a wcnmu who Js tine wife of the principal owner of sealing Vessels in Victoria B C She attends to all thIIIIDlslo1sranges for the sale of the slurs Further she holds a masUr mariner certlWcale and can take her tarn on l a vessel at sea Her husband can not work to hard to please her From London Dally Mirro- rPresldont t Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans have ibeeii hulpcd by the Prtridtnt of the In duytrII and Orphans lime at OiacarTi Ga who wrles We have used Elec nineIKidney troubles We regard It liS one of the best family medicines on eunlh it Invigorates all vital or gans purifies the blood pilds diges tion creates nptitlte To strengthen nod build up pule than weak chil dren or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints On jly 50c lit al drugtois m Reminded him of Some Reformers lieutenMant al111sjibllyears courts n good deal of his tane has lJel1 given Up to d feiulijig 1foItoners too poor to pay him nvem the + nmalfac of fOes AIIOhanlCTilt never disturbs the lie often 101Imen has acqirXAed is recompense oflonehad defended a man accused of house breaking and had gotten him off scot free The follow was profuse in his expresiiions of gratfude and ns he graced his lawyers hand to bid han g09d bye Jears filled Ms eyes That day he declared fervently marked ICie beginning of a now career Chaolkir also was moved and slipqed foe man a 20 bur as capital for beginning he new career The man ipossed 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every day at c small cost to operate All sizes foJ all purposes Send for catalogue 802 S Address IAIRS HKSMORSE 1 GO tYLol4isvllle Ky tr r mr ILLUSTRATES SPEECH lWITHORESS GOODS Oklahoma Canaidate Inavgurates New Convincing 2 J 1 Divorce Guthrle OkHero ladles is a yard of the vomit calico its the Tram e quality you have been buying Eirice you were married and Sit routs you to day 5 oente a yard v nd here Is a yard of the best brown fssIppIshlrqng the kind from which you make Etons tor your husbands ant sons and it coats you Cjoday 10 cents a yard Amt here Is a yurt of the bastbrown domestic and those isnt a woman n present that does not know exactly what this goods is for each one of you has mad up many a yard of it Into sheets Billow roses and under garments and it costs you today 6 cents a yard The Eipeakerr was not a traveling sAlesman but a campaign speaker Ed Arnold of HoldenvlUe who has concelv ed ohe idea of taking the goods along when visiting the country schoolhouses and country pIonic grffoeTlngs 10 make a Republican tipeech There s no use telling It to them unless you r can cite them Is Arnolds way of pts5tdng It Its aU right to have tihe votes pres ent when you are maklcg a poll la1 speech but If you Intend to leave the r0bt kind of an Impression if you are goring to quote cost marks on goods of everyday use then the muter should be accompanied by Wieir wi ves an they will tell the fathers and sons and husbands that wflmi you are Baydng about prices Is the kruth Arnold conceived the Idea of taking his dry goods samples with him several weeks ago when he was Invited to make a political speech principally on the tariff and high preces at a Hu ghee County country schoalhause He warji to the oldest merchant 1n the town bought the goods above men Koned and then had the merchant make a signed statement to the ef fect that the price of the calico and of the Efairting had been tine same during the pasft tien years and tttiat the lly Increase during the ten years wins 1 cent per yard for the domes tic Then Arnold had the merchant give farmersHofton the main crop during the putt ten yeaxa it showed that ten years bgo impound of coton bought a yard of calico or a and of the domestic 2 pounds of cotiikm1 a yard of ehhlting and 5 pounds got three palm of stocks The merchants also made a signed stat meat to the effect that canton Is now bringing In the neighborhood of 12 cents a pound while flute dry goods with the exception of the 1cent ad vance In domestic remain the same In price Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Nonteagle Bible School July 1525 1910 Monteagle Sunday Sohool Instl tote July 28 August 15 191Q Dates of sale June 30 July 11516222329 30 and August 121910 final return September 5th 1910 Fare for round trip 700 7 J E WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dam KyI Cold and- La6dppeQUICK S Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J C Mendenhall Medicine Co EvaviIIe II Straddlebugs These kids ore a lltetong picnic And I laugh and laugh and laugh t What doeB a bach 10r live tor t A bachelor dealt know haft Of the Joy tore is in titan 1 Lord help the poor lonesome cud 1 And bring him a wife and baibes 1 And make him as gitad TUS us Lord gives Han the fbtap know of i The enuRgk ands Lay sue doom t Tho Wppyooe ttonouglh tee darkness To kteo a woo tonsil orowniThe sprawling on TUSH and catipcita i With fhie Btradtebuss and fate fun i Of a a eekaboo game nt nAgMtanq i When supporJsrpasr and dome ii I wouldni go way back yonder tWay back to itibo unsd toile To tbotlme when there werenobablea- Awwtchlaph aft tae me For all the moniey minted I Since tho world was young and glad Since Adam awoke one morning To fdnd he was a dad Wee legs that ore never weary That Jump and run alt day Wee tongues that are newer nllent Trough oil the hours of play I wouldnt go way back ypnder To days of uetedtobe 1 couldnt leave the babies x h Aorowdln about my knee Lord help me to moot tire babbles Halt way In each romp and cMmb1 And make me a proud giuadduddy Dear Lord in your own good time And Lord lEI me live forever A mlllilon years and a day As long as the babies layme JIlx Into tlKdr games and play And Lord wliwn Im through rayiomi pin i Down lactic may I romp up there Wrth n millloa o gladeyed babkH WWi wJnd in ibhelr tousled hair With the llgliis o heaven shlnln On their hands help up to me Thats the kind of a hefawn Im tblnkln had ought to be r Judd Mortimer Lows in Houston P03tIThe difference between a FreeTrade country and one under a Protective Tacit fs shown by the changes in Wa gea at the present time In the United StatesIlLjduetlons cases In England recently and a few days ago itoe Federation of Master Cot ton Spinners tilt Manchester decided to reduce wages In that Induitry 5 Per cent Wages were reduced 5 per cent a year ago and shon time has been enforced s nice July lof layi year I These reductions affect a vast army ot cotton spinners and similar reductions have been math in many other In dustries in the United Kingdom But In th United States the course Is all the oilier way Voluntary increases have been made by dusOrles No reductions i are thought of In the counI try Bu tin Free Tfude England 1b3sithanStates fiUU further redmtloes are be- Ing made That Is the difference be tween the offset of P socalted revenue Tariff which taxes the food supply of tike i oor and the protective Tariff which afford Proteouon to the wage1 earners food sup- plyCASTOR I IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hare Always Bought t Bears the- 6igaatnre s of FAIRVIEW I July 16lrs C It C Owe and Mrs B F Atkinson and daugliterr3 Uses Pauline and Flloy Louisville are Ad IonCord and Hojit Auburn Ky visited their cousins Misses Mamie and Eflh el Stoigner last week I Mrs Bessie F Moxley Shreve Ky visited Mrs R B Wilson fast wnek I Miss Eunice Wilson visited her aunt Mrs Laura Hale sundayIiMir Frank visd lag his daughter Mrs Mary B Wilson I The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Leslie Myera died Saturday July 23rd I and was tai to rest at McCord CEm- etery ifihe following day Funeral ser vilces were conducted by Rev T TI Acton The bereaved parents have the symjaliy of the entire eaiumunij in their sad loss Need to Know Figures and Spelling- A good etony liar Tong eon told ot a contain very ipipirtincui tawnX and Juifieit over In Woes Virginia who after having served his people on the bench for many vests retired fromitfte practice of tho law and decided to varry his vocation by engaging In the ministry during his declining ytlirs AcoordCnsfly lw JuJdgo began to btudy Wieology and fcha ivaccasary otturee of Study jiaqutred for tore mintajry in the church ito 1whic3i he belonged Afitoir havteg lasted Mme if up to tlwf ha thought he mlgtis piss the required UlhClpIof the dsoese iwttio came to ithe Judges home in ocar4pi2C with other members of too examining board acid IXOCC ed to examinee the applicant They ask edi Lana number of qusfJlona on then logy and upon some of the brandhes of tfducatiloui and finally the bishop tojis Judge what do you know aboutthe I Hotrrawlanguae eITho OOIIl iant had nut tihcugit of dtaft subject and was oomipeileicl to admit that he know rothlng about U but be proceeded ito CorLfy himseflf I In his ignorance by propounding to the bishop question which evidently gave that dlignailiry same difficulty wan iawor Bishop saidtae Judge I would like ho know what In the d1 That Hebrew ibM to do with saving of soule in Weat Virglada- Aprtpos of this liaJo story the fol IoK1lnt reproduced tram the PaintsvllJ Herald might lead one to Inquire what I in blazes km tie kcowkdge cf Gar man or Latiln gds ito do with the run utog of a legging Camp or dry good3 store on the Big Sandy river Die Herald siys The editor Is neither un err1c rnr nor educated but if the schools of tMj sedilon are net tm Jdtog tho mark weve trussed car biUeuFCC instance the manager of an Important bUs ness in PAlnJsvIle tells us thaO re cenOly he had in gds ennploy a young man who know all about igrammer an la fa but was absolirtoV blank OUc tnalihematilcs and eipdlllng It so happened that rammar and Latin were teat as needful as a llCCJe knowledge Ha figures aaad speMlng and tile young Iran ioil hU job We know of a nice Birl too dng a nice posiitloci because she could not correctly spell simple words Lcittln and grammar and Ger man may be all right but spelling ai d mathematics muscle ard fattisy and same common sense are the things needed mot 4n this riTenucoia age Stops the Cough heals the Lnafi COUQHVNE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVIULE IND WESTERFIELD 27We had a Foe TaIn in tihls 11BomMcKinley a fine 0IMr Clyde Mltchtfll and JRsa Emma Chapman are very sick Messrs J A and Vlrman Sapp went to Owentiboro yesterday cm builivew iJtr Roy King was called to Owens boro Sunday to teii fy In the uueI against George Blair and Ed who were to be tried Monday mrorn inng tor stealing 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Convenes in Regular An nual Session Large Attendance and Mnch In terest Manifest in the Work The Ohio County Teachers Institute met at court hallMonday mornlngAu I 1910 with uperlntendent of County Schools Mr Lenchas chairman Dev04- tlonal exercises conducted by Bro El gin Miss Mamlo Shown was elected secretary Miss Matte E Mosoley cho en assistant secretary After enrollment the chairman made a few remarks deploring our misfortune In the Illness of Dr1Iutcbler of Bowling Green State Normal who had been employed as Instructor House was then adjourned until 11 p m at which time It yms again called to order by Superintendent Leach The will of the teachers con cerning the culling of another Instruc tor was asled for and motion was made and carried to the efffCt that Supt Leach secure at once If possi ble the services of someone to act In the absence of Dr Mutchler He succeeded In procuring the consent of Supt Mclienry Rhoads of Owensboro Ky to come on the morning of Au gust 2 and remain with us the rest of the week Mr lIedrlcle acted as chairman during the absence of Supt Leach In communication with Mr RhoadsA or goodwlll was given by Prof Smith Principal of Ohio County High School for the ensuing year It was an earnest appeal to the teachers to do honest sincere work and always be loyal to each oth er and their profession proving them selves worthy lu Institute school room and citizenship from whIch positions they are always judged The reular pgrograll1 was then taken up the first number being an able discussion of the subject Defective children how discover how manage by Mr I S Mason He would have us do Individual work In the school room and find the moral mental aid physical defects of the children In or der that they may be guided In the most useful and pleasant way This address was followed by Mr W It Carson on the Relative Advantages uf the City and County Chill He considered some uf the advantages of each under the headsemlronment and training under the first because of the great school of nature and wholesome atmosphere the country child hasby farthe greater ndvantageand under the latter In the school the city child has more and better opportunities but because of conditions out side of school he usually falls to avail himself of these benefits In the absence or Mr e K Carson fir C Clustlee discussed some blls takes In Memory Iralnlng He said that In the recitation the child often receives training which makes hlmslowIto think anti causes his otherwise defective Give him healthy efficient memory drill Jfr E Y Allen ably and interesting phllnItasbe given searching thought was the expression of both Mr Allen and Mr Smith Miss Matte E Moseley gave a pointed expression on the Imagination of the child This Imagination Is exceedingly vivid and It should be the aim of the teacher to cultivate this imagination anti lead the child to use It asa means of procuring worthy Ideas and developing noble Ideals Institute adjourned at 400 p m to meet Tuesday morning at 830 TUESDAY MORNING Institute met for Its second day session at 830 a m August 2 Devotional exercises were conducted by Rev Virgil Elgin Roll call showed a meat bership of one hundred twentyfour- liinutes of Monday were read and no objections were offered Chairman Leach Introduced SUt McHenry Rhoads who will Instruct the Institute for the remainder of the term Mr Rhoads gave us n greeting and then outlined the work of the week grouping his subjects under the head what the Superintendent may rIghtfully expected fro his teachers RECESS Dr Alexander was called for and talked to us for a short time Among the many good things he said were The greatest thins al1yono can do Is to teach a good school and Every teacher who does not develop a great mind Is a failure He would have ns always to follow and teach the great rule Plain living and high thinking Mr IL E Drown gave a discussion of the Scholarship of the Teacher Let the teacher ho said make thorough preparation and beabiq to supplement the text books with helpful Information Mr H T Leach says that the day has conic when people require professional training la every department of labor and most of all Is It needed In the profession of teach lag Mr E S Howard would have gen tleness linked with firmness the safe guard In school discipline In the management of thE school Mr Ozna Shultz says we should nl ways remember that we never know just what Influence each word and ac tion of the teacher may have and so direct our steps that they may lead always to the right NOON In the absence of C D Shown the Instructor promised to take up Meth odsTheory applied to practice later In the day Mr C D Carson gave an Interesting and helpful discussion of school Environment and was followed by Miss Maymee Shown with a pa per on School Entertainments Mrs J H Loyd gave some of the ideals to be kept In and Imparted to the child la school work She says always teach them nobleness and get them to feel as Lowell feltBe noble and the nobleness that lies In other men will rise to meet thine own Instructor Rhoads addressed the In stitute on the Subject Theory Applied to Practice In the school as a unit He discussed preparation presentation and result and enumerated the many things the teacher should carefully In vestigato and ascertain In order to make these three great steps the most effective Miss Alta Mae Likens outlined the third and fourth year work Mr C e Justtus closed the days work with an able address on school DIscipline He says good order Is o greatest Importance Be careful of the dont rules but always Insist undutiful obedience After some announcements by Superintendent Leach we were adjourned to meet Wednesday morning Au gust J at S0W- EDNESDAY MORNING The third session or Ohio County Teachers Institute opened at S30- Vednesday morning Devotional exercises conducteJ by Rev R D Bennett Roll cAlled showed a membershl at that tla of one hundred and thin tyfoer The ttrst ae =ke of the days pro na vw casby Instructor on t3Ud tryw w the ds1f thing is oat tsrsissaas slag the line of mist 4 seisprsi tor that the fenh + ul prtieiplea remain the sam In the fttcy of the tour child type fo s the chief tthing Is the difference in children and how to make the work harmonize vltbI these difference The four mental alertness moral responsibility mental attitude and environmentfrom which the differences are considered were fully considered by giving reasons for the differences special stress was placed on the time for starting IIhO1Ingthe best results The second number was not taken up Mr e R Bennett on the sub ject ItecitaitonPreparation by the Teacher said that the teacher should so prepare himself that he may teach the child to think and assimilate the necessary facts In the lesson Mrs S 0 Keown enumerated and discussed the donts of the Recitation Next was an address on Criticism OCI Modern Methods of teachlllg by T H Smith In which he impressed that criticism does not always mean to give an adverse opinion but some time finds the strung points These four points were emphasized Meth ods of teaching should conform to the order and laws of Individual growth and teaching Methods should develop all the power of the body and all the faculties of the mind and train them to proper activities Efficiency of method is what teacher puts into It Teacher cannot put Into a method something which ill does not have RECESS- In the absence of Pror 0 L Shultz Dir Berry was asked to talk to us about the State University He advised all to go to the University and take training along special lines Mr Fred Shultz addressed the Institute on the subject The Common Scllool not a Preparation for Life The need of the times he said requires something broaderan education whlc will enable us to climb to the high est part of the mountain side that We may most fully view the arena of life Mr II C Crowder was not present and the morning program was ended by Mr Masons givIng some of the advantages and the disadvantages of the private school NqON At 116 was called to or der by chalman Leach The usual I song service was rendered Supt Leach gave a strong appeal to the- teacherI for cooperation In Institute and school to make our schools the best possible Instructor Rhoads then continued his address of tie iornlng by disclosing the four greaiTrunk Lines In the course of study Lan guage Mathematics HistorY and Geography That which extends from end to end or anything which Is of Interest and necessity Is n trunk line Two great tests of work are Its ability to give pleasure and value ProI nblllty10fdone id the grade In which he Is placed In the absence of Mr S P McKinney Mrs Wedding Mr Ross and Mr E Y Allen gave some good points on the Educational value of rending RECESS The minutes of Tuesday were read and received Spelling was discuss ed by the Institute The subject of Arithmetic was set aside for a later discussionMiss Fuqua read a paper on the comparative value of Language She said that language Is the ground work of all other studies and the- nedlum through which they are taught Miss Childres was not pres n- and her subJect Correlation of Lan guage with other studies Was touch ed upon by Mr Anderson und more fully discussed later by Instructor Mr Rhoads also took up the question on spelling It Is of Readlifgand he says that wo learn anal teach to read spell and speak correctly Institute then adjourned until iO when a program consisting of music recitations and a lecture by Supt Mc Henry Rhoads was interestingly and profitably rendered THURSDAY MORNING Institute was called to order by Su perintendent Leach at thE usual time Thursday morning Wednesdays min utes were read and approved Mr C H Gifford representing the Practical Drawing of the Webb Edu cational Company of I ashvllle gave an Interesting discussion on the ne cessity of drawing In our school and how It may be successfully taught Daily program was begun by Instruc tors giving the essentials of the re citation Five purposes of the recita tion being emphasized The next nuns her was omitted on accuont or Mrs White who was to discuss It Mr Ellis Sanderfur gave sonic good rea teachIsome pupils do not like to study grammar Mr Everett Liles began a discussion of Georgraphy It necessarily corre lates with HIstory and other subjects Mss Mattye Tichenor and Mr Hedrltlt discussed the text books now In use In Teaching Geography and decided that the Natural Complete Geography itIiscareful management of the presenta tion or the work the book may be successful used as the course or study requires Histroy was discussed by Mr Y M- Crowder and Mr S M Taylor Mr Crowder says remember we are teach Ing the maker of history and make the most of your opportunity In this way to elevate mankind The mornings program being com pleted Mr Morris representing the AmerIcan Book Company gave u most appreciated address on Supple mentary Reading and the Modern Methods or tecahlng reading NOON House was called to order at 11G Music omitted Motion made and car ried to the effect that the minutes Of this tern of the Institute contaIn an outline of Instructors hoads lecture of Wednesday evening on Tuberculosis names and addresses of teachers some explanation regarding the educational division eta be nubllalled In booklet form to bo distributed to teachers and others interested in educational work Mr J C Darnard was asked to talk to us about school work orany thing else of Interest lm the Philippines he wished to give lIa first gave a humorous and complimentary review or gems gleaned from the wtk of the Institute interspersed wIth application to the methods and customs In the Philippines The outline of the school work In the Islands was very Instructive v RECESS Judge J S Glenn gave a most ex cellent address on the Tendencies of the times In which ho said the domin al tendencies of the time Is toward liberation and Individualism Tie oflaThe people are learning the great les sons taught by Christ to help the needY and the tendencIes of all socle ties Is toward this end The real hero Is the one who keeps his heart pure and brings sunshine and hope Into the lives or sorrowful men Govern meat has no commission to exist ex cept fOr the benefit and advantages of the people compoaitig 1t The world ufts and at no time In Ria story was there a period or better 01 i Jb portunitles than at the present Remainder of Program was omitted till Friday morning House adjourned till 8WOn m Aug 6 ThE following Is the enrollment of the teacnera present Anna E Keown W R Hedrick CR Bennett n H Davis L L Embry Arthur Nllson Fri T Wright IS W Taylor Dock Miller Russell Cooper BC Smith Mack Martin Abbie Whlttinghfll A C CrOltcr- Arvl1le Lord Lymaq O Darrett Jsa Kelly Fred Whlttinghill Edgar ray Ibr Jennie Lynn Hodges D H Morris A w Midkiff NL Ross A H Ross O N Stewart J T Hoasland E D Duke John HA1enJ L Greer W R Carson Ethel Raines Edith Duke hmeca Bell George Montgomery IS Mason W F Anderson F TShults Courtland Tay lor O W Wallace A G Rhoads Guy S Hazelrigg Delmer Stewart Earl Smith Mayme Shown Eva Gen try Vernon Crowder May E Rogers Ruth Hammons Irene Whittinghill Argent Shults Myrtle Lambert Mary Lambert Lonnie Owen Marshall Crowe Effie Duke Alta Mae Likens C E Allen J W Loyal Lillian fir J Alex Rhoads Jesse Byers J C Lawrence Essie Matthews S P McKinney R E Taylor Bertha Leach Iva Cummings THS Smith Maude Stewart Buia Mae Midkiff Eva Martin Everett Lisle Mattye EMoseley Mary E Marks Ida Barnard A E- Ellis H E Brown J D Falls Louise Riley 1IabelEasterday Otis N Rock Addle May Edge Gertrude Raymond Amble Haynes Grace Whlttlngblll Gertrude Taylor Flaudle Fulkerson- E Y Allen Ernest Hinton Maude Shults Eunice Shults Corda E Wil son Lucy Rock Orda Daniel Corda Fuqua Powell Jones Mattye Tlche nor J C Jackson Ira Plummer Ver na Mogan S C TaYlor Winona C Stevens Anna Carter Cullle Morris Corn Smith A C Baughn Mrs J H Loyd Ozna Shultz H T Leach Ellis Sanderfur J C Barnard J T Ford Mrs I S Mason Jessie Raley BessIe Raley Eva Ragland O D Carson Mrs Florence Keown Erne Eisler Ronda Wade Lillie Eisler Early May Magan Nora Wedding L C Taylor Bertha Westerfhela- i NOTES Prof McHenry Rhoads was given the glad hand everywhere he went by citizens of Hartford as well as teachers and his acceptance or the position of Instructor was greatly appreciated by all The lecture by Prof Smith princi pal of the Ohio County High School on Tuesday evening has been highly complimented by all who heard lt- S Misses Maymee Shown and Mattie Moseley are making a splendid team at the secretarys desk- S The appearance of Dr Alexander who for fifty years held an honored position among the educators of the state was highly pleasing to the teach ors and his address showed that the old time spirit Is still alive within him although seventyone yedrs of ago IS The mention by Professor Smith that Kentucky teachers are at a premium abroad Is evidenced by the fact that the Director of Education In Manila Philippine Islands Is a Kentuckian Pro C Frank S White Other teachers from Kentucky In the Phil Ippines are Mr and Mrs Robert Hay ties of Henderson Prof J C Barnard- and J C Berry of Ohio County I The Westenn KentUiCky State NOr mai sctiodl otters a proloal course of study In FJlemeatasy Agnlcuiture- demonntnntcn and actual work drone on school farm Teachers will love an ppcmtunityto prepare for teatng the subject Great oPPOJtutiltJes offered young men who expect to make tat1Ui1ng a life vuork bourse begins Sept 6 lyj0 Write for Infor mUblon Address H H CherryPr2s IdeM Bawling Green Ky- FAIRVIEW Aug IMrs Evelyn Daniel Dyers burg Tenn Mrs Ronda Louis Louisville Ky Mr and Mrs Will Jamison Olatoh KyMr and Mrs J H Wright and little daughters Dona Mary aild Verna Misses Annie and fettle Myers and Mr and Mrs Robert Myers and little sons were the guests of Mr and Mrs W C Myers Sunday Mr and Mrs V W Acton Sulphur Springs and Mr and Mrs JD Myers were the guests of Rev undllrsr J Acton Sunday The Apple peeling given by Miss es Madle and Martha Potts Tuesday night was largely attended and high ly enjoyed by all present Mr and Mrs Robert Myers and children visited his brother Mr J N Myers Cane Run Saturday night o 0 wYSOx Aug 3Mr and Mrs W DShull theBuSundayI was the guest of 4 I t SWEEPING CLEANIy i 1 n r r 1 Profits are lost sight ofat our store this week The Jr crowdwho are patronizing us are simply delighted with the values they are getting Get your share and k 1 Mrs H E Hill from Monday until I Tuesday evening Miss Carrie Hill spent Monday night I and Tuesday with Miss Mayme Taylor daughterIzon Grubb Mrs W H Campfield and Mrs Q M Benton are on the sick list Several from this place attended preaching at Taylortown Sunday Miss Pearl Davenport was the guest of her sister Mrs Ellen Knight Mon day Grass cutting and wheat threshing are the order or the day Mrs Allen Taylor Is on the sick list Mr and Mrs R W Taylor and daughter Miss Sallie Mabel spent Saturday night and Sunday the guest of Mr Porter Hunley of Hopewell Mr and Mrs R W Taylor and chil dren spent Sunday with their uncle Mr Dick Taylor of Taylortovn COOL SPRINGS Aug 2Mrs fuddle hultz and son Murlin of Butler County were the guests of friends and relatives from Thursday until Sunday Several from here attended the picnic at Williams Mines Sautrday Mr Jim Shultz of Williams Mines and MIss Ally Fulton were quietly married at the residence of Mr George Wallace last Sunday Mrs Densla Swain of McHenryvl lastIWeeltIMr J W Shaver is quite sick Fanny Neal and daughter Ma bel and Mrs Fanny Scott and little Emma were the guests of Mr Willie Tanner Saturday night and Sunday Mr 0 E Scott Is on the sick list Mr Birch Wllsonof Beaver Dam was the guest of Mr Clarence Den ns Tuesday night Miss Nannle Tanner of Rochester Is visiting her aunt Mrs Fannie Scott this week Si- ARNOLD Aug IHealth In thIs community Is good at this writing The heaviest rain that has vlsitgd this seCtion In many years fell on the 27th and did considerably damage to t bottom corn the rain wasaccompanl by the heaviest thunder storm that ever vIsited this section Quite a good many from thIs place lstrapMr Jasper Parrish and Miss Arnold were married on the 28th They have our best wishes A revIval meeting will commence at this place on the 6th Inst I Success to the Republican and its many r uclirs Linda Heedley No 4042 Vol It Mrs Rowe Up CentertowndamMayflowerold 1534 bands high with snip and white ankles back She is a show cornwbinedblue des Some long checks have been refused torthl8re tmare 4