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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- cftqrnblicanFine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VJL XYIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 12191 No4II MAYOR fiAYNOR ASSASSINATED Shot By ExOfficial Remov ed by His Order Was Started on EUropean Vaca tionNot Thought Wounds Is Fatal New York Aug rIMayor Wit 11Iam J Gaynor of New York was shot In the head and badly wounded this morning by Jamse Gallagher discharged employe of the city aII department The shooting took on the dock of the steamer KaiserI Wilhelm der Grosselylng at In Hoboken N J on which mayor was on the point ot sailing for a months vacation abroad Gnlllg her was at once arrested Tonight the mayor Is at St Mars hospital Hoboken surrounded by specialists with the members of his famUxgathered near awaiting the outcome with anxiety Reports from the hospital are hopeful Intone and this evening Xray negatives ere taken ot the wound to facilitate the operation for the removal of the bullet Unless blood poison develops the surgeons are hopeful ot the mayors rceovery although at his age fifty nine yearssuch a wound Is essential ly grave James G Gallagher the wouldbe assassin Is locked In a cell In Jersey City held without balland expresses no remorse The mayor and a group of friends ere posing for a photograph when Galagher unnoticed pushed his way almost to the mayors side and tired directly at his head The first cart rld8e missed fire and this probably saved the mayors life In the e cltementGallagher backed away and mayorsneckWilliam H Edwards commissioner ot the streetcleaning department and former Princeton football star lunged toward Gallagher just as Robt Adamson Gaynors secretary struck Gallaghers arm The second shot from Gallaghers revolver pierced Edwards sleeve and lnfUcted a slight wound Unmindful ot the woundEdwards hit the man a crashing blow In the face and they fell to the deck to gether After a fierce struggle Gal lagher was overpowered and was arrested bya special officer aboard the shipMayor Gaynor though badly Wounded and bleeding from the mouth and node did not loseCn sclousness The Impact of the bullet did not even throw Gaynor oU his feet He staggered In n daze and leaned against the ships raU until Adamson came to his assistance Surgeons temporarily bandaged the wound preparatory to removal to the hospital Rufus Gaynor a son was presegt when he was shot Gallagher made the following sign ed confession or his act to Robert W Bell acting chief ot police or Ho- bokenr I came over to Hoboken at 920 this morning I went to the steamship pier and I went on board the steamship Kaipr Wilhelm del GrosI se I met a clergyman on the steamer and I asked him to point out Mayor Gaynor to me He did so and shortly after I fired a shot at the mayor I 510 not know It 1 tired more Wan one shot or notIKnowing that Mayor Gaynor was going to Europe this morning to en joy hlmslef after depriving me ot mY breadand butter not porterhouse steak I was Irritated to the point ot committing the act 4 Ths revolver you show sue Is the revolver that I did the shooting at the mayor with ldonlt know how many ahota here In i the revolver when LIied It I have had the ra lver a lgng time In my Possession I loarrled it when Ifwas In the em ployorthe city 4 agher seemed remarkably cool whll4 making this statement tq hthhe affixed his signature Aejectlve Sergeant A Uv Closter- i arrived jit Gallagher boardinghouse at about quarter before 11 and ac companied by Mrs Sophie Johnson Gallaghers landlady went at once to Ganaghers room The room which Is a small one ou the third floor was much littered up A num ber ot medicine bottles were In evl denco and it was clear that Galla gher had spent much ot his time rev cently reading the newspapers It was said In the neighborhood that Gallagher had been drinking a good deal of latean rumor had It that he had lost 300 on the Jeffries Johnson fight- Inspector Russell Is to tale charge of the case against Gallagher Gallagher the mayors assailant slows the marls or the struggle which took place on the liners deck after he had shot down the mayor This afternoon his face was badly swollen where sonic ono had hit him a powerful blow with bare knuckle and black and blue finger marks can be seen on the throat where a strong hand had throttled him In Gallaghers possession was found a letter which probably was the direct Incentive for the shooting It Is dated August 4 at the mayors office and Is addressed to Gallagher at his Third avenue residence It readsDear Sir The mayor has In structed me to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the first In stant and to state that he can do nothing for OU In the matter in which you writs The letter Is signed by Secretary Robert Adamson MEN SELECTED FOR KENTUCKY Capt DeWeese On List To At tend NationalShoot Earltngton Ky Aug 8Capt Jack son Morris ot Frankfort Gov Will sons private secretary heads the list of twelve men and three alternates who will represent Kentucky In the national rifle match to be held nt Camp Perry O for rich prizes offered by Congress for proficiency In rifle shooting The final test was made here yesterday fortythree expert riflemen taking part They had been facing the targets at ranges from 200 to 1000 yards since last Thursday morning fighting for Places on the team a- ttehe men The scores following th final test here late this afternoon fol lowCapt Morris first 642 Col Kreiger second Capt Meadows third Mal Kerrick fpurth Lieut Col MoUat fifth Capt Clark sixth Lieut Sta ples seventh Capt Walker eighth Capt Sams ninth Private Holly tent Private Boyd eleventh Captt Chap man twerth Capt Boston thirteenth Capt DeWeese fourteenth CIPt Rodgers fifteenth The tortythree expert rUlement made the required score to entitle them to be classed as such on three ranges one In Louisville one In Frankfort and one at Earllngton After this qualification they met at tile range here for competition for places on the State team Each State sends a team or twelve men and three alternates to the national match has been shot thre be held nt Camp Perry 0 nineteen miles west of Sandusky from August 15 to 26 and will be the biggest rifle tournament over held In the United States over 1000 competing The State team was chosen after the natloal match has been shot three times by the tortytbfee expert rlCle men now In camp here The national match consists of ton shots at 200 yards ten shots at 600 yards ten shot at 200 yards rapid tire ffhe shots In twenty seconds and a shlrmlsh run or twenty shots running and tiring from 600 yards so the competition ra determineIthe aNotice I will pay 350 In cash per bushel for No 1 apples Must be clear off specks and wind tans Not too ripe tor shipping purposes and not lessI than 2 inches In diameter W E ELLISI The Produce Man Ut Hartford KyI lr 1 = 4 BIG BLAZE ATROCKPORT Amount of Damage Will Reach 20000 Hotel General Store Drug Store and Warehouses Com plete Loss Nnrly onehalt or the business por tion or Roclport this county went up In names Sunday night Fire was first discovered In the warehouse belonging to Mrs D F GIbbs adjoin Ing and immediately In the rear or a large storehouse belonging to the same party and occupied by The GIbbs Dry Goods Company as a gen erroi store The tire which was discovered shortly after 10 oclocl P m spread rapidly to this and adjoining build Ings and within a very short time this store and Its contents were com pletely destroyed The large hotel known as the Bos wen House was the next building to go up In the names The hotel was owned by the Roclport Deposit bank and the contents were owned by Mrs Mattie Boswell who at the time had tie management of the hote propertyA store owned by Harrel Brothers and occupied by James Browning on the same side of Main street as the hotel building and separated from It not more than thirty or forty feet was next In the hue ot destruction Although this building caught tire a number ot time and a large warehouse adjoin- Ing and Immediately In the rear or the large general store beloglng to and occupied by Harren Brothers thirty ortlrty feet away and on the opposite sIde or this storewere burned yet the citizens of the town composing the bucket brigade fought the names so valiantly that while It was much damaged and the steels and contents practlrall destroyed yet they were successful In saving It from the names The tire burned two large ware houses the property or Barrel Brothers one adjoining the other In close proximity to their large general store of merchandise and one storage room and one warehouse on an ad joining lot the property or Mrs D F GIbbs A large building belonging to Har roll Brothers In which Is located a Drug Store their general store the Cumberland exchange the post office and the public hall caught on tire n number or time and their stock ot merchandise valued at between 5000 and 6000 was so badlyI damaged by tire and water render It practically worthless yet this building was saved though bad ly damaged The total damage occasioned by the tire Is estimated at between 20 000 and 25000 divided as follows Mrs D F GIbbs between 3000 and 4000 GIbbs Dry Goods Company between 6000 and 7000 Harrell Brothers between 5000 and 6000 Rock port Deposit bank 1000 Mrs Mattie C Boswell about 500 J S Comer barber In hotel about 200 Thete was no Insurance on the Note properly or Its contents whatever About oneba1C the less sustained by Mrs D F GIbbs and the GIbbs Dry Goods Company Is covered by Insur ance Harrel Brothers hind about 5 000 Insurance covering the loss sustained by them Except for the recent rans the abundant supply of water at hand and the promptness and persistence otthe Rockport buclttt brigade lu- fighting the flames much greater damage oald have been sustained The buildings burned were located In the central business portion of the town This part of the town had been recently Improved and both Harrel Brothers and the GIbbs Dry Goods Company carried II largo stock of general merchandise and each had an extensive business In the town and throughout that section of the county Steven W Rowan Dead Livermore KY Aug 9Steven W R wan oneot Livermores most prom hint citizens died at his home here at 1 oclocl Monday afternoon aged 72 years He was the eldest son or the late John Rowan He was never married He le survived by three sis ters Mrs Kate Sullivan of South Carrollton lira J R lioseley and Mrs Fannlo R Foleor Livermore n was a successful merchant or this place for about 25 ycarshaving retired from active business life several years agoon account or his declining health H was vice president or the bank or Livermore lie was a member of Co ANinth Kentucky regiment or infantry In the Confederate army In the CiVil War He was a member or the- Methodist church The funeral was held nt the Pleasant Hill church at 3 oclock this afternoon conducted by4Rev Joseph Crowe The Interment was In the church cemeterye Wgon Overturned With 114 Peo pie Enroute to Livermore Island Ky Aug 911nile on the war to a barbecue at Livermore Saturday a wagon containing 1Jt people wail overturned throwing the occuI py ts In nil directions and Injuring on woman to such an extent that the ser lees ot a physician were required A umber of others was badly bruis ed rand tie entire party was subjected to mull bath toad of humanity was on- thejway to enter a contest for till Ilargest number or people on one wtI gOD the accident occurred They won the prize- LOOKS LIKE JUDGE DEAN WINS No One Receives a Majority of The Instructed Vote Reports received from the various counties composing the Second Appellate Court District seem to indicate that no one will be able to have the majority of votes In the deles te tomorrowlon having carried the following counties Allen 19 Davless 39 Ellmonson 13 Henderson 25 Logan 23 Monroe 19 Total 138 Hon George W Jolly carried the following counties Breckenridge 26 Grayson 2t Hancock 11 Meade 9- Warren 29 Total 99 11 L Heavrin carried the following counties Ohio 33 Butler 23 Total 5G- McLean Instructed for Judge Noel Simpson for Judge Galloway while Todd gave no Instructions These three counties have 38 delegate votes which added to the 56 votes or Mr Heavrin make 94 It Is claimed that Judge Dean will receive the votes or Butler and Simpson counties after the first ballot It title Is true lie will be nominated Otherwise the convention may furnish IIn opportunity for some nice political maneuvering There will be 331 votes In the conven tion and 166 Is necessary to nominate James C Hall Dead James C Hall once u prominent blacksmith and business man known throughout Ohio and adjoining coun ties and a soldier In the Civil War died at HopldnslUe Ky February 25 1910 aged 66 year 6 months and 12 days Only one brother and sister of a faintly ot12 children survive the one being Joshua v Hall age 80 or Magan Ky the other Mary J Allen age 62 years ot Owensboro Ky The deceased was until reticently a resident ot Warren county At many prominent towns ot the Stato nt various times he owned property and was often engaged at various busi ness enterprises In addition to his work as blacksmith W E HALLI l Y OVER NINETYMILLIONS Believed Census Will Show That For U S True Number Will Not Be Known Before Middle of October Washington Aug IIt will be about tune mlllllle or October before the pcoplo or the United Slates learn their true number as revealed the Il1susnumber wills be about 90000000 and census officials are known to share In this general belief although of- ficlally they know nothing about It This belief Is based on the fact that an Increase slightly In excess of till thirteen million increase during the previous decade woulll bring the pop illation In 1910 to the 9001J0IJOO marl About three hundred or the more titan 18OUO clerks In the eensus are ccntpllirg population figures while the others are working on other sta tistics Contrary to the general plon ton nil the counting of the poeple Is done by hand the tabulating machines being used only In classification ns to race sex and other conditions Enumeration figures will continue to be glen out day by day for the next two months or more while the sociological and Industrial figures will come later All enumerated figures are counted from three to four times and an investigation is ordered It there Is any suggestion of an error In two titles evidence of fraud has been discovered and In one Great Falls Mont a prosecution has been undertaken for fraudulent enumeration The Intention ot Director Durand Is to tabulate first the population of largo cities after which the figures for the states will be given out as they are ascertained the returns for all counties In the State being announced at the same time as the fig ures for the State Banker Wants to go to Legis lature Producing an apt likeness of the subject the MempWs Commercial Appeal of recent date publishes the fol lowing complimentary notice of a former Ohio county young man E A Smith or ned Bay Ala was recently uomlnated by the Franklin county Republican convention for representative He was born and reared In Kentucky and acquired his educa tion In his native State After moving to Alabama he became cashier or the Bank of Red Bay and still holds the position Mr Smith Is only 28 years old and very popular among the people or Franklin county Ile saS his pint form will be the Indorsement of the national and State Republican plat forms The Democratic nominee again Mr Smith Is C G Richeson or- Newberg Ala a young teacher about the same age As this county Is about equally divided between the parties the coming contest no doubt will create conshl crable interest Mr Smith Is a brother or County Attorney C p Smith and has been In the banking business for the past two years Baptist Church Regular services will be held In time court house next Sunday The new pews will not get here In time for use by Sunday Sunday school ses Mon at 945 oclock Preaching at 11 a mand8pm- Dr W D Powell ot Louisville Pror F D Perkins ot Russellvllle and Dr J W Porter ot Lexington are expected at the Ohio County Baptist Association which meets with Central Grove church next Tuesday and Wednesday Aug 16th and 17th and we are arranging to have then hold services in Hartford at night during the time they are here Dr Powell will preach In the court house Monday night Dr Porter will preach Tuesday night and Prof Perkins who Is the newly elected Sunday School Secretary for Kentucky will deliver an allllreis to Sunday School teachers Wednesday night At the business meeting of the church last Wednesday night the letter to the Association was read and approved and au invitation was ex tended to the Association to meet In Hartford In August 1911 J W BRINE1t Pastor Equity Society to Merge With the Farmers Union JefferonUe lad Aug fThe- amalgamation or the Atnrelcan So cletlltldIa ntenrbenshlp or 2000000 and the Farmers Educational and Co operative Union with a membership or 2 L00000 seems to he n certainty At least this Is the Impression gained from tlll returns to date of the referendum vote all this proposition be lug taken by the AmerIcan Society ot Equity Probably fO per cent of the tote received Is In favor or amalgama tion This movement was started at the meeting of the farmers held la- St Louis last May The Equity Wool Sold The A S of E Wool committee hM made a sale of all or the A SorE pooled wool August 16th will be the day of delivery for Ohio county All persons having equity wool please deliver on that day at Beaver Dam U M STEWART Sec Ohio Co Wool Growers Assu KNOCKS HEART OUT OF PLACE Serious Result of Young Wom ans Prank At Nelson Central City Ky Aug 9A peculiar accident that will In all probability cost Vernie Johns the 21yearold son or Squire Johns or Nelson his life occurred at the home ot one of his neighbors on Sunday evening He was with a crowd ot young folks when one of the young women present re moved the chair on which he was at tempting to take a seat He struck the floor with such force that he was rendered uncontclousand attending physicians have failed to revive hint A consultation or physicians revealed the fact that his heart Is oUt of place presumably on aeoullt or the shock of the fall His life has been despaired or and an attempt will probably bs made to perform an operation In the hope or restoring him to consciousness The young woman Is prostrated all the result or the outcome of her Inno cent prank and Is receiving careful attention FOR THE BUSY READER The first effort of the Columbus 0 Railway Company to run cars with out military protection resulted In a failure The strikers stoned the coaches at every turn and service was abandoned by 8 oclocl In the evening At the close ot the tlrst week ot the second trial or Let ONeil Drown minority leader In the last Illinois Legislature charged with bribery clos ed with not a slllgio juror out of 200 accepted All have pleaded prejudice J Butler Swan or Marshall Va a member or the Fauquier county polo team who was Injured In a practice match at the Point Judith Club grounds at Narragansett Pier last Fri day dlelll without having regained con sclousness S News ot big prices for cotton was received at Atlanta In dlspaches from rural districts In Georgia At Camilla 50000 was paid for 660 bales This was aU from the 1909 crop At Lees burg n farmer sold one bale ot neW crop cotton for 93 S Gov Brown ot Georgia signed the antibetting bill and It Is now illeg al to make wagers on elections In that State An antilobbying bill was passed by the House as was the socall ed white slaves bill Both now go tto the Senate y 1 I FAT mCd y urrv ji firir t Tiro 4 + 1fa fyx t t t y 11 r J o301tIt- B1M0 COUNTY n f P1 i lI I ardu1Mh1gjy Aug 30 31 Sept 1A 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 j day Floral Hall the greatest in the state ip No Gambling A Real Kentucky Fair MUST NAVE GOODS CHARGED In Washington to Command Attention Postmaster General Gone to Eu ropeOther Gossip From Capitol City Washington DC Aug llt Is al most Impossible for a person to get any sort of respectful attention In one of the larger WaMhlnglon storeS unles he has an account there Of course Jr one looks especially wellgroomed it may make a difference but the person not running an account Is look tl on as undesirable Several persons sere dIscussing this a few days ago la Wmlhlngton and one lady declared that she had slnIply been driven Into op nlng accounts although she did not Jlke to do It at all J have been earning my living for a good ninny years she said and a considerable portion of that time I have lived lu Washington I trleJ to tact along by paying cash but I find I couldnt do It The people who pay cash are not catered to at all They are looked on much as It they were unable to get credit Ullll wllln I nave asked to have u small purchase charged until the end of tine month I 1I11S refused although I hall been a cash custonur of that house for years I found that I almost had to run ac counts and l finally succumbed al though I believe I pay more that way and I know I buy more because lt li easier and one does not always stop to consider how much the months bill wm total This helps to explain why there are So many banks In alhlngton and why they have so many small deposl- thrs It might he II good thing It It +nicom aged thrlfe hut very many ot there depositors carry their accounts merely to Impress the merchants they are doing business with paying sums even less than ono dollar by check The consequence Is that there lire so many had dells end prices of mer- fJhalllllle are higher than one must pay In most other cities In order to recoup the dealers Icr those who do not payII ITCIICOCKS STATES Not long ago a local paper ventured to make a fow npeculations regard Ing to status of Steam Roller Hitch cock with the Administration The Postmaster General Is nt lIresntlnE- urollo for a rest and recreation and the fact that ho went away without blllding the Prcldcnt good bye looked suspicious to some people They thought also that since the President acrlulred a new private secretary ho had not consulted Hitchcock so much as he had done formerly and they argued that the President did not feel quite so much In need of the services cI the man who managed the ReJlub- Jlcan Notional campaign Since thou still another thing hUll happened The President has sent Senator Mur ray Crane of Massachusetts on a trip to see how things are Unlng up throughout tho country Formerly Uu pilot or tho steam roller In politics Jd this sort ofscouting That may i r be another sign that Hitchcock Is no longer the big authority on politics he used to be In the Cabinet However there may be another explanation of nil this It may mere ly mean that the Postmaster General Is preparing to warder down to Arizona and establish a residence In the soon to become a state so that the grateful pCOple there may send him to the United States Senate Mr Hitch cock Is said to have helped considerably to get the statehood bill passed He has often gone to New Mexico and Arizona on hunting and vacation trips and It Is understood that he would be willing to be chosen Sena tor fl statesjIARSince the Department of Agriculture first took up the question of farming In Alaska there has been a great dec ot Interest manifested In that subject and It must be confessed some scep ticIsm However the Department Is now In a position to give out some do finite Information regarding this subject In the Annual Iteport of the Alas ka Agricultural Experiment Stations for 1909 which Is for sale by the Superintendent of Documents Govern ment Printing Office Would you cure to run a truck farm with Strawberries selling at 12 to 200 a quart asks the Department In a bulletin announcing the publication of the report cucumbers 2 to 5 dozen celery 50 cents each tomatoes 50 cents to 1 a pound and other products at proportionate prices Or would you prefer general farming with a few pigs and chickens as a side line with hay selllng at 60 to 100 a ton hogs 30 cents a pound young pigs 75 cents a pound and eggs 2 a dozen These prices are received In Alaska under favorable market con ditionsThere are several successful farmers nt Fairbanks The climate shows Ii wide variation Tine coast towns are mild for that region neither Sltka nor Kodiak reaching zero during 1009 while Juneau only reached 5 degrees below lu January with a dally mean for the month of 145161 ASTRONOMERS TO CONVENE The international Union for 0- Olllration In Solar Research will con veno In Its fourth session August 29 at Mount Wilson California Forty astronomers and physicists from Europe have signified their Intention of being present There will also be a large number of American astronomers there The forty from abroad will leave Boston August 20 under the dl rectlon of the Astronomical and A6tro- Ilhlcal Society of America and will go to Chicago via Niagara Falls to see the Yerkes observatory Thence they will go to Flagstaff Arlz to seethe famous Lovell ohservatory and from there they will proceed to Pasadena which Is at the foot of the mountain where they are to hold their sessions It Is stated that this promises to be one cf the most notable gatherings of scientists that has been held In this country In the liast quarter of u century From a scientific standpoint It Is unquestloeably of great signi ficance and the public will await re sults with more or lees anxiety SAVING LUMBER Everyone who has ever used lumber even In a limited way knows that It always comes In even lengthsthnt Is twelve feet fourteen feet sixteen feet long and so forth It has never been possible to go to a lumber yard I and buy thirteen foot board or ono 11 feet long JC you wanted one 11 la feet long you had to buy a 12 toot board and saw oft the extra foot which was then of no use to you The National Lumber Manufacturers Association finally discovered that there was no good reason for this sys tern and In 1909 It adopted resoln tlons favoring the manufacture of oddlength flooring ceiling drop and bevel sldln finish partition and mouldering Then the manufacturers on the Pacific ccoast began to make th odd lengths and finally the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture has taken up the subject and has Issued a bulletin showing that this practico saves 207 percent of mater Ial whlcch heretotor was wasted This Is a practical sort of conservation which everyone can appreciate WHAT ARE CHAMOIS SKINS The Board of United States General Appraisers at New York has officially decided that seepsllns split and dressed as chamois skins are really the chamois skins of commerce being bought awl sold as such and that they are therefore dutiable as such at 20 per cent and valorum The Importers claimed that the skits were split leather and should pay a duty of j 12 per cent as such That they were split sheepskins the appraisers admitted anti said But they have been dressed and finished as chamois skins and the Importers theory seems to he that because they are not from the skins of the antelope they are not therefore dutiable under the provision for I chamois skins In paragraph 451 It was established by the witnessesI examined that there Is rarely it ever any genuine dressed chamois shin Im ported Into this country that the split dressed sheepsl1ns are generally rec ognized and sold as chamois that among the uses of chamois are the making of gloves vests dress protec tors and the washing of carriages ANOTHER MARRYING PARSON There was a time when the gen tlemen belonging to the learned pro Cessions shunned notoriety and ad vertising That day however Is pass Ing and now some very reputable ph1- slclon and lawyers as well as minis ters of the Gospel are using the press and other means of publicity to ex tend their fields of activity and possibly one night add usefulness One of the latest to seek the benefit of printers Ink is a Washington evangelist Rev James Madison Little who conducted a mission In the Capitol He has but lately fllled a long felt I want by opening an office near the marriage license clerks office and he remains there dally during business I hours to welcome lovesick couples who want to be wedded with as IltUe- I delay as possible Hs has a parlor and witnesses are convenient Ho has just completed his first month In this office and he has married 42 couples and hopes to do better One reason why such a marrying paraoh seems I to be necessary In Washington Is the fact that the low requires that applicants for a marriage license mutt designate the minister who Is to pre= form the ceremony and as many strangers come here to wed they are sometimes at a loss whom to desig nate Rev Llttles fame Is sure to spread and with It the tame of Wash Ington as a new Oretna Green CHANGES IN THE TREASURY BUILDING The classical eastern front of the historic Treasury Bqllding Is to be radically altered on orders by sccr tary of the Treasury McVeagh who wants a more convenient and snUs obtainIedwho estimate that the alterations will cost 200 The Secretary has been making Improvements of one sort or another ever since he entered upon his office He found the building cro ded and unsanitary This has been In part remedied but there Is still Improvement possible Some of the changes that are to be made are the elimination of the exterior granite entrance on the east side with Its long flight of steps the substitution of en trances from the level of the street with elevators sufficient to accommodate the people needing them the con struction of lccker rooms for the I clerks the locating of all the money handling rooms on the ground floor better shipping facilities setting In tele1e windows In tune third story to make It more available for office purposes and the rearrangement of bureau and divisions generally to ob tain greater convenience The than gee are expected to be completed with In the next four months and they will prove advantageous not only for the employes but for the public which Is on important consideration for tow buildings see moro visitors than does the Treasury building POSTAL BANKS SOON To those who In all parts of the country have been wondering when the new Postal Savings Banks would be opened for business It may be good news that It Is expected to have the system In operation by October Hi or perhaps by Nov 1 at the latest And It will not be the big titles which will Dave the first banks either The are to be Introduced In the postoffices of the second and third classes first Probably one city In each state will I designated at the beginning as the location for a postal savings bank ThQ economy of administration will be an essential consideration and the clues which promise to be the cheapest In which to operate the banks will be the ones chosen Later ns soon ns Congress males a more liberal appropriation for conducting the new banking business the system will be en tended Meantime the public Is show lag considerable Interest In the pro posed new banks and many letters are being received some containing money some stamps for deposit One letter recently received contaitied a five cent nlcclctl with which to start a deposit of course deposlsts are not received In Washington It looks ho ever as If the new banks would bo- llopular with persons who are not solicitous about the amount ot Interest they will receive Stops the Cough heals the Lung QUICKS MEDICINE- It not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO HVANSV1LLB1l1- DSecure a Certificate Under the law the Western Nor raal has the pemrr to Issue the ELEMENTARY CERTIFICATE lIhe INTERMEDIATE CERTIFICATE mid the LIFE CERTIFICATE whtlch on- 1u tlle the huhltira to teach atrytwinere In Kentuoky for tJlVIJ years tOUT years and for life respectively with out further exunhvartlcm Infotma lion as to the amount of work req- Ulared far eooh 06nllmGal o will be furnished when desired Fall see son opens SeptG 1910 Address H H Choryry praaabdcant WOatora Normal IDowng Ore nKy Expensive Mosquitoes The richest soil In the United States excelled only by the productivity of- the Nile Valley Is the Delta region In Mississippi Some day says Prof Glenn W Herrick It will be the rich est and most populous region In th8 Union It lies along the Western part of the state extending from the mouth of the Yazoo River nearly to the Tennessee i line and outside of Egypt It has no agricultural rival In the world I says the Washington Post areII wild state barred out Immigration and I forced the price of the land down to a mere fraction of Its Intrinsic value Land hungry as the average American had been for generations and still Is yet he can not successfully face the peril of malaria with Its toll of shortened life lessened efficiency and ultimate death It Is a matter of record that the thousands of pee pIe who would hasten to aid In mak Ing this region the most productive In America are kept away by the malaria mosquito It Is the reason why thousands of acres of the most fertile land on the continent easy of access und lose to good markets are today the haunt eff deer and bear It Is on example o the enormous toll the South phys to malaria No one other thing has don so much to retard Its progress Pro Herrick formerly connected with the College of Agriculture of Mississipp says We must consider briefly what 635000 or 1000000 cases of chills and fever In one year means For tabor ofItime together with the doctor fees in ninny Instancees Il members 01 their families other than themselvls are affected It may also mean a loss of labor at a time perhaps when It would be of great value it It does not mean the actual loss of labor to the employer It will mean a loss In tie efficiency of ids tabor To the farmers It may mean the loss of their crop by want of cultivation Jt will always mean the noncultlvatlon or Imperfect cultivation of thousands of acres of valuable land Jt means i1 listless activity In the worlds work that counts mlghtly against the wealt producing tower of the people Finally It means from two to fhE million or more days ot sickness wit all Its attendant distress pain of body and mental depression to some unfor tunate Individuals of those five states It has been demonstrated that tilE malaria mosquito can bo exterminates both In tropical and semltrolllcal COUll tries and the enormous economic losl of malnia can boprrevented The pro gresslve men of the South are begin fling to realize that the problem whlct confronts them Is serious and of for reaching consequences and It will nol be tong before this obstacle to South ern progress is attacked with all thl weapons which modern science ha furnished It will mean the beStnnlnl of a new era In the growth and ex panslon of the South and It can no come too soon Saved Fron Awful Peril I nev rCc1lt so uear my grave wt0tes LewijsChamblin Of bfaaith tar ObooR It No 3as when a C1 bat4ulCOiUgh and lung txauble pull ed medbwu tti 116 poumds du it 1 doehootsdue eo1ell to Dr Kings NewDIE I w Yf rpt cry which completely cured me Now I wtJtgh 160 pounds and cam work hiLrt It alsq cured my four children of CroW Indallibie for Coughs acct Oolds Lbs the most certain remedy for UlGI11ppe Asthma daspuate lUI1g trouble and all bronchial affections 5Ocand 100 A trial bottle free Gutntntoed bY wU drugllftl3 m Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Special Excursion Rates Illinois Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and Convention of Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias Milwaukee Wls August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final return limit AUgust 131 1910 except upon deposIt of ticket payment of fee of fifty tents an ex tonsfon until SePt 3rd 1910 may be secured Fare round trip 1405 J The B M C of the G U 0 of F Colored Baltimore Md Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 9 and 10th 1910 Final rourn limit Sept 21st1 1910 Fare for round trip 2475 Kentucky State Fair LoulsvllleKY Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 10 to 17 1910 Final return llmbt Sept 19 1910 Rate one firstclass onlJway tare plus 25 cents for round trip National Encampment G A R Sept 192t 1910 Atlantic City N J Dates of sale Sept 15 to 191910 final return limit Sept 29 1910 eX cept upon deposit of ticket and paymen ot fee of 100 at time of deposit au extension until Oct 28th 1910 may be secured Flare for round trip 3025 Annual State Convention Christian Church tn Kentucky OwenSboro Ky Sept 1923 1910 bes of sale Sept 19 20 21 and 22 1910 final return limit Sept 27 1910 Rate one first class one way fare pine 25 cents tar round trip- Dratherhood of st Andrew or tlxe United States and Canada Nashville Tenn Sept 26 Oct 2 1910 Dates or t sale Sept 242G 1919 haul limit Oct46 1910 exeepi upon deposIt or ticket and payment of fee of 100 extenstoa until Oct 31 1910 maybe secured Fare for round trip 395 General Assembly of the EpisCOpal church Cincinnati Ohio Oct i26 cJ t 1910 Dates of sale Oct 3 4 i G tt1910 final return limit Oct 301910I Fare for round trip 745 Appalachian Exposl lon Knoxville Tenn Sept 12Oct 12 1910 DateS Of sale Seat 10 to Oct 12 1910In- l elusive final return limit ten days from date of sale but lw no case later than Oct 18 1910 Fare for round trip 965 Reunion or the Society of the Army of the Cunbreland ChattanoogaTenn Oct 1213 1910 Dates ot sale Oct I and 12 1910 FinaL return limit lilt 28 1910 Fare for round trip I INalonal League of Postmasters ht tanOOga Teun Oct 12141910 Dates dot sale Oct 10111 1910 final Vomit t oftickettIme of deposit anextenslo11l until a Oct31 1910 may be secured Fre I for round tTlp l12G r Fares for children i1re0eansofage alofI Above rates apply from Beavelrla1aiY Ky Special rates from i I on appWcaUon jJ J E WILLIAMS AgenJt I r 11 4 r k erj l Adref r prs p wrr en KNOWS ITS FRIENDS I JOURNALLABOR TO THE a REAL SITUATION Commenting on Passage of Postal b Savings Bank Dill Assertion Made pi rThat Democratic Party Cant t not Bo Trusted Newspaper readers are famlllarw th the bitter attacks made upon William H Taft during his campaIgn for the presidency In the name of practically all of the large labor organizations Hence the following clippIng from the current Issue of the Western Laborer InJis displayed In leaded black fare type on the first page covering two col umns of which the following Is the opening AT LAST AT LAST I With all our heart we congratulate President Tart and the Republican ad ministration on the passage of the pos taJ savings bank law We consider It he most needed and m st beneficial legislation ot our time Now the toor est most humble most Ignorant and superstitIous human beings In the country can bank his or her savings 1and rest assured In the thought that It Is safe That Is a blessing We dont care anything about the squab bling of the banks and politicians over the alleged dangerous faults of this law The United States for the first time In Its history has a place 1 lfor the poorer people to deposit their whore It will bo absolutely safe The people who will deposit their money In the postal banks will never know and never care about the scrap for the funds after It leaves their hands The Democratic party lined up against this law and It will harm that party Immensely The pos tal savings bank law comes home closer to the big crowd of American citizens men and women than any legislation In recent years and the Democratic party was against It Shame on the Democratic party It can explaIn and explain and be damned It tried to defeat the postal savings bank law The Democratic party cannot be trusted nationally New Party Talk It Is ridiculous to believe that Theo dore Roosevelt would lend his support to a new party arIsing out of the Re 1publican ranks or of any other polltl 1 for that matter lIe is a Republican first last and for all time Although bound by no political affiliations at the present moment It is unreasonable to assume that the tf former president would desert the 1party that was his making and he Is certainly not going to become a part of any organization born of Republl can dissensions Despite internal trou bles the Republican party Is still In the ascendancy and were It not It Is still believed that Col Roosevelt would be more likely to lend It his reJuven r ating power than to desert it New parties of late years have not been successful In the United States The Democratic party has tried twice and with dIstinct failure both times Hearst tried It with the more radical wing of Democracy and In 1896 conservative forces of the Democrats at tempted to raise a new party on a gold standard platform la order to defeat Bryan The foolishness of both en deavors was quickly proven In all likelihood any new radical political organization made from tho rib of Republicanism as It were would fall The new party talk Is not seriously ta ken and to Involve Roosevelt with It is nonsenslcalNew Haven Pall dlum Producing Sugar It Home The London Times prints an article on sugar beet experiments In Great liritain showing that sugar beet flourishes and that there Is nothing to prevent the British people from producing nil the sugar they consume excepting the lack of a protective tar iff to start the Industry This Is an i p extract from the article It Is surely absurd that this coun try should be Importing nil the sugar It consumes to the value of more than 100000000 a year when nearly the whole of this we believe could be produced at home No better contribution to the revival J of English rural life could be made than legislation to encourage the pro rr ductlon ot sugar In that country If the friends of a tariff gain as much lit the next election as they did at the last one suCh a change will be brought about But the United states ought to do very much better In the same direction This Is no good reason why this country should pay foreIgn nations from 80000000 to 100000000 y Itlcanhbeijust If We Must Take the DOl rfti As usual the possibilIty of Democratic success at the coming fall elee- tions III being discounted by manu lecturers and business men generally A slump is already apparent In van CUB branches of trade with curtall meat of products Consequent upon a decreased demand The belief that ripup legislation to disturb the busy Democontinued good times If we must taken the nauseous dose of which moSt of i us have an unpleasant recollection let It come now so that those who want a change may have their flU of It before the next presldenUal election Newton N J Register a What the country wants at the present time is not more tariff revision put tariff stabilityPittsburg Pretty y x 3 r ra T rr J ASKS ONLY FOR FAIR TRIAL Republican Party Perfectly WillIng to Go to the Country on Its Tariff Recordf The Boston Herald thinks that an early start Is necessary ilf the Republican spellbInders expect to convince the people ot Massachusetts that the PayneAldrich bill Is satisfactory andC IIDemocratsthat center of their attack It Is IncumI bent on the Republican party to fend Its position and It Is good pol1 tics for the party to anticipate the Democratic maneuvers While this tariff bill Is by no means perfect probably Is as good a bill S It Is ItI sible to under Ittosenators from each state took pains to see that the congressmen did notI overlook anything These efforts werej participated In by Democrats as as Republicans Indeed Democratic senators and representatives proved lhnieclves to be pretty good protec tionists If the tariff Is the cause of higher prices on the necessaries bow do the Democrats explain away the fad that the PayneAldrich bill actually lowers the duties on most of theso necessaries and In no case Increases them but does derIve additional revenue for th3 government by Increasing the tax On luxuries This Is the cold hard proposition that the Democrats must have to face and their only hope lies In being able to fool the voters The Republican party asks nothing more than a verdict based on the evidence Springfield Union It Is possible to condemn the whole tariff system or to condemn thIs tariff In detail but the charge that under the pretense of lessening It Increased the tariff burden Is not sustained by the facts that are now available Philadelphia Public Ledger PROOF OF FALL IN PRICES Bureau of Statistics Shows the Reductions That Have Taken Place Recently The recent faU In prices In the UnIted States Is sharply Illustrated by the bureau of statistics figures covering domestic and foreign trade for the month of May 1910 In comparison with earlier months of the current us cal year The bureau publishes each month a statement of the export prices of about fifty principal articles of the export trade also the wholesale prices of certain Important articles In the domestic trade The export prices are those prevailing In the wholesale markets at the ports of exportation since the customs regulations state that aU articles exported shall be valued at their actual cost or the value whIch they may tduly bear at the time of exportation In the ports of the United States from which they are exported The domestic prices quoted by the bureau are the whole sale prices of the articles named at certain great centers chieflY New York as supplied to the bureau from recognized and reliable authorities The May export figures show materially lower prices In practically all the Important articles forming the ex port trade In the domestic markets nearly aU articles show lower prices In May and June 1910 than In the corresponding period of last year The bureau of statistics figures of domestic prices come down to a later period than those of export prices Panama Canal Figures The figures presented are what are known as the ordinary receipts and expenditures The Panama canal Is kept separately Although having the power to Issue bonds to provide funds for the continuing construction of the canal the secretary of the treasury In the year gone advanced the funds for the Panama canal work out of the treasury and will reimburse the treasury whenever he thinks the occasIon Is propitious for a canal bond issue The expenditures on account of the canal during the year were about 34 000000 and If this expenditure were Included In the total of the years ex- pendltures the deficit would be less than 25000000 ns compared with 118000000 last year It Is stated that the advances to the postomce department were only 8 495000 for the fiscal year as compared with 19501000 In the prcvtuus fiscal year In brief the postoftlce department was within eight and a half millIon dollars of sustaining Itself It was estimated at the beginning of the year that the postoffice department would call on the treasury for grants amount- Ing to 16000000 Mr Hitchcock cut this estimate In half When Oh When The elimination of the tariff Issue from partisan politics will be R boon to the manufacturing Interests of the United StatesBrooklyn Times Yes yes St will Indeed be R glo rious day for American labor Indus try and business when the tariff Issue shall be eliminated tram partisan poll tics That will be when there Is no longer such a thing all partisan poll tics no longer any tree trade doctrinaires no longer any Importers of corn petlttve merchandise no longer any people with fixed Incomes who want to get for their money the largest possl- We quantity otlabors products Then we shall have Utopia But when oh when shall wehaveltT About the time we think when the ally falla and we can cittch larks The Lyon County Situation For the greater part of two years night riding was a safe and favorite pastime In many of the counties 01 Kentucky During practically 4he whole of that time hundreds of militiamen were kept In the field at a cost to the State of some hundred thousand dollars Throughout that period the Governor delivered numerous preach ments on the majesty of the law made repeated assertion of his knowledge of the personal and Inside work lings of every night rider band and threatened the Infliction of direful penalties when the proper time came The Governors utterances were Im pressive Night riding censed when objects for which It was begun were accomplished Except for one conviction mid that by a Federal court not one of the men who for two yearS substituted anarchy for law In order t further their economic Interests re ceived a prison sentence The Governors mysteriously acquired Informa tlon has remained In cold storage The fullness of his righteous wrath warned when most It was expected to wax fat and kick In Lyon county the prospect of the belated trial of a night rider case set for hearing In Christian county has led to a return of conditions fully us bad as any that existed In that part of the State In the closing mouths of 190i and throughout the year 1905 A brief review of these conditions and of the steps taken by the Governor to remedy them discloses the fact that the administration at FranIt fort Is continuing to meet with no better success In causing the law to be ob served If the observance of It runs counter to 19ccal Prejudice Some months ago Milton Oliver a confessed night rider and a witness In the case set for trial so fa violated night rider ethIcs and the law of self preservation as to announce his Inten- tlon of telling the truth when placed- on the stand A few days later when standing In the doorway of his hone load of buckshot was Inserted Into his person The shot was fired by an occupant of a buggy which was then driven rapidly down the road The Identity of the man or men who dem onstrated so keen an merest In Mr- Olivers home life may be suspected It has not been disclosed After the shooting a detail ot militia was sent to guard Olivers house and person Up to the present time It has succeeded In the performance of that dn ty although It has not succeeded Ul preventing the Insertion of lynamlte Into his shocks of whlenet thereby caus- Ing the process of threshing to be looked on without enthusiasm o the posting on the public roads of the following announcement Tale notice one and all not to buy sell or lease the property ot II M Oliver Read this and live Tear It down and die Yours N R On Saturday Axlon Cooper Olivers tenant disregarded a wuyniug against being present at the barbecue held at Lanmsco precinct Lyon county lie was shot and died two days later Tw- ot the men suspected of hIs murder were arrested by the mllltin Sunday a detachment or mllltln under command of Lieut Col Dassett a conscientious and absolutely fearless offl- cer were sent as reenfOJcements Acting under Col DnRsettt orders th- mllltin made a third arrest The release of the three men was demanded by the civil authorities and refused by Col Dassctt In explanation as his action Col Dassott telegraphed the Governor his belief that Cooper had been killed solely because of his loyal ty to Oliver that the coed arrester were the actual murderers that the civil au- thorltlcs had shown no disposition to arrest them and would release them of straw bonds It sutremderedHo appeal ed to the Governor In the nano of luunanity and civilization to establish safety and law by sustaining him In his action The Governor declined to grant the appeal and Instructed Col Dnssett to turn over his prisoners adding the as surance that Safety of the people will be maintained by all necessary lawful measures The Governors order has been complied with That conditions In Lyon county are not far removed from anarchy appear to be a matter of plain fact That they exist because there exIsts no fear of the law appears uqally plain That the course now followed by the Governor which is In accord with the policy pursued when night riding had overspread the State will cause the law to be feared Is greatly to be doubtedUnder the Constitution and the stat utes the militia of Kentucky is nt all times subordinate to the civil au- thorlty It can legally be sent Into no county except on the request of tic county authorities and when on ac tive duty Is subject to the order of those authorities rho militia now In Lyon county was not sent there at the request of the county authorities In ordering It to conform to the wish es ot the county authorities In the matter of the prisoners custody the Governor Is partially complying with a law that In effect he has already violatedCol tts desire to see peace restored and the law enforced does- credit to his known record as a good soldier and citizen Jt falls to take Into consideration that the authority with which the Governor has apparently Invested him does not exist and that under the law his hands are tied no matter what the condition or lack of Jestlftca- tlon for hIs belief that the civil authorities have not done and will not do their duty The situation would be ludicrous were It not for the fact that It In filets further Injury on a State which has already suffered over much Whn night riding was begun In Kentucky the Governor had open to him two courses either to take mat ters In his own hands and declare martial law acceting full responsibility for his nets or to keep hands off altogether placing on the civil nu- thorlt1s full responsibility for the enforcement or nonenforcement of the law The only justification for the first course woulll have been the existing state of anarchy Its adoption would have put an end to night riding but It would have subjected the Governor to lmpeachncnet Flue other course was the legal alternntive Instead of pursuing It the Governor has made a practice of sending the mllltln on his own responsibility and without regard to the wishes of the civil authorities wherever he thought necessary Once on duty the militias hands have been tied except In so far as It has been permitted to lock the stable door of teer the horse wus stolen For the mllltln It has been a thankless duty to the State It has been profitless Unless nil reports flOUl Lyon county are misleadIng It will continue profit lessLouisville Tines Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Com pany authorizes round trip tickets sold as follows Cerulean 1y 3i0 East View Ky 215- Grayson Springs Ky 1G5 Chicago Ill IGOi Tickets on sale May 15tH 1J10 to September 30tH 1Jl0 inclusive Final return limit Oct 31st 1910 Dawson Springs Ky 230 round trip tlckes on sale daily Final re turn six months from date of nale The above rates aVllly from Beaver Dam Ky Low rues from other stations on application J E WILLiAMS Agent NaturalError At a banquet In New York Canon Henson according to the Washington Star describIng the old dress of English bishops said The bishop of Math old Wells had been visiting Scarborough On the way to the train he lost his reckoning nod stopped a boy I say my lad how far Is It to the station 1 he asked About a mile straight ahead said the boy Then starting nt the blsli OilS knee breeches and slllt stockings lie added Whats up Somebody swipe your lllIO To cure LIOrippe IIDd Colds la 24 hours take QUICKSCold and LaGrippe TAOLCTS1 II your druggist does sot keep them send fie to J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansville mad and get them post paid Guaranteed Getting Work George Ado nt a National ire s banquet sold of a lhlrago reporter Ho often wOIId with uu and I found him about as successful In getting a story us the tramp was In getting work A kind lady ns she gave this trnnlJl a large piece of cherry pie sold But have you never nllllio all effort to get work Oil yes maam salll the tramp bal ancing the pie skillfully so that none of Its contents spilled Oh yas naani I got wOIlt for three membels or any tamily last week but flouts of them would tale it T President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphhns have been helped by the Pitaidrnt of the In duldaJi and Orphans Home nt Maoonn Ga who wrtes WIC have used EleC- tric Dtttera in this Irrst6tuiton for nine years It hhs proved a most elacol lent medicine for Stomach Liver and KIdney troubles We regard Lt as one of the best family medicines on oanht It Invigorates all tsltnl organs purifies Vice blood aids digestion creates uPDtlte To atrengfhen and build up pale thin weak chil dren or rundown penillo It has no equal Best for female complaints Only 500cat al druglets nt CiliasCrny FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA tII II i cAiAr- w a PER AlcdetabtePrcparationfor s c uIff Promotes DigeslionrIItfrFul aa nessandRes LContalnsneftr- rOpiunlMorphjnc nor UI1c- ralIoTNARCOTICargil aq i lei rFt ofoldJJrr1MJJTl1l1l z l frgiti Sed- E IiSrfrNrAhistSmi ul 4o6hanbltoSla + i 74tTotraA- pcrfectRemedyp rorConsrlf3 FeltrishpAM m 1bcSt11deSisnatnreof KocINEW YrOl1j II r li uarantee tin rt eF m Exact Copy of Wrapper Mx ClNTAUII ou ern r and district to idea exhibit a sample Model Ranger bicycle lumhhttl by us Our agntl are makin money last Write tW ad at NO MONEY UEUUI SVcship- to anyone anywhere In the U S rsMout to 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You run no tisk In sendingus an order as the tires may be returned at nUlt expense If for an reason they are on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as isle as In a bank If you order a pair of these tires you find that they will tide easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or area at any price We know that you will be so well ptaced that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer kind at any price until you send for a pair or iF YOU NEED TIRESIfedgethorn Euncture 1roof tire Oil approval and trial at the spcclallntroduclory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes a makes and kinds of tires at but write usn postal today 10YOFTIfiNICIailUYINGabkycle- orDO NOT wAIT a pair of titer from anyone until know the new and wonderful offers we are making Jt only costa a postal to learn everything Write it NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILLS pr U PURCHASINGaveONE FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is too Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of z5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGEuo- oarouxaa Second and Walnut Streeter LOUISVILLE KY aF e rl ll La Hartford Republican Entrd according to law at the Foitolflct BartdQfd Ky as mall matter of the Icond ClMf G M BARNeTT EDITOR u XzPDCr s Cuzn rln44CRouCh Rlvr 22 FRIDAY AUGUST 12- ANNOUNCEMENT r We aro authorized to announce lion George W Jolly of OWensboro a candidate for Judge of the Coint of Appeals In the Second Apl eNute Court Dietslot subject to the action of the Republican pity Convention at Lodtchrteld August 13 1910 The Hartford Herald has decided that It does not need any gloves anyway We dont want to administer the third degree to the editor of the Hartford Herald on the Stove ques tion hut a coafrt dom Is due We trustthe ellU ll albWIl make the very best selection at Leltch field tOmprrgw believing that whoever Js nominated will be elected In November as Judge of the Court of Appeals from this AistHcL The County Mass Convention which convened here last Wednesday was largely attended and passed off quietly with everybody In good humornot withstanding some conflict of inter ests The sweating process resorted to in the ease of Wendllng by a force of detectives and visitors from Louisville all the way across the continent Is becoming nauseating to the public and it Is creating sympathy for the prls onerNow comes Ollle James the only Ollie and declares that if the Dem ocrats control the next House they will ilot change troy of the tariff except wool schedule If its wrong on the wool schedule It is wrong in nIl the rest So why not abolish the whole business Ollle The County Teachers Institute held here last week was one of the very best which has been held In the county in ninny years Ohio county can boast of as splendid array ot teachers as can be found anywhere and they can be counted upon to make interesting work during an institute at all times In tho future We are tolilbytheInsurgents and Democrats that the tariff must he revised some more but concerning Just what is to be changed wo are left In the dark When a man announces him self a free trader we know where to place him However a tariff for revenue only may be high protection upon many articles Sometimes itis best for a fellow to stick to his statement even If he docs swear the horse is 18 feet high but it would be such a little admission on the part of the editor of the Hartford Herald that we think he ought to admit that he was wrong when he charged that the new tariff act lead raised the duty on ladles and chil drens gloves This paper believes In Itepubllcan principles of the old time kind and Is always willing to do anything fair and honorable to promote those prin ciples hut It will not follow a minor ity especially when the teachings of that minority are averse to the principles heretofore taught and which if followed can only lead to utter de struction for the party The arrest of Wendllng through the aid of Captain Carney of the Louisville detective force hat been heralded to the world as a great teat Any ten year old boy could have detected Wendllng from the number of letters and pictures which he scattered along his trail and the louisville Detective force does notaccordlng to our mind deserve very much credit for the feat Democracy is having Its own quota of insurgents and they seem as will lug to unite with Republicans as Re jmbllcan Insurgents are to affllilat with the Democrats Down in Tennes see last week by a coalition with the Republicans they succeeded In defeating the regular nominees of the Dem Ocratic party for Supreme Judges of the State by over 40000 majority and they promise to do the same by Gov Patterson in November The Hartford Herald says its refere can not be expected to hunt up The Republicans referee Well we don t know about that The Herald editor aye It filed Its documents with Mr filflunerman who Is nu doubt sitting upon them It would have been just ae east for the lcraldcdltor to have filed his documents with Mr Wood ward and that would havd given the 8dltt ot thltf paperji chance to tile f 4r his documents with Mr Slmmerman who is an honorable gctleman and to whom we have not the slightest ob jections as a referee provided he will act It Is complained pow tuflb the new ICYlenue I I ty to speak otAtlfsum tl1ua raised IB a heavy the people Yes it is a Ueayy toll but the toll comes from the laboring people and also come Irani the channels of trade In the Untied States because It has been sent abroad to buy more foreign goods made by foreign workingmen and all because the tariff has been lowered upon so many articles It is not the high tariff which produces the greatest amount of revenue The low tariff is the one which brings in countryIof deprivesIthetheir dally wages and the products of the farm a suitable home market Not withstanding all this the Democrats and Insurgents would still further low er the tariff and thereby still further increase the toll rDODGER ACCUSES US lTHE OP BQBQINQ IThe Herald editor like the ostrich iis head in the sand imagin ling that he has hidden himself and TariffJ anatomy is still visible to the public and is not the best looking part eith er although not much Is to be gain ed in his behalf by hiding any part IsIthat the PayneAldrich tariff law had I Increased the duty on ladles and chil drens gloves It no longer maintains this statement but goes off In almost a column of meandering in an attempt to prove that we had failed to bring the matter properly to arbitra tion We selected Mr Ernest Woodward I who told us that he would act and has never rescinded his agrcemcn with us He did tell us that upon a consulatlon with Mr Slmmerman he found that that gentleman did not ca t to serve and that they had agreed that neither would act at present Now the Herald editor undertakes to make capi tal by saying that he had deposited his j proof with Mr Slmmornmn and awaited the appearance of Mr Woodward Mr Woodward Informed the editor of this paper that his office was open to Mr Slmmerman and that It was no more his duty to go to the office of the re presentative of the Herald than it was for that gentleman to come to his of I fice The Heralds Insinuation that the editor of this paper had misinform ed Mr Woodward about the matter at paretlcular The editor of this paper showed Mr Woodward the sections in both I the Dingley told IayneAldrlch laws and explained to him that the conten I tion was that the copy in the Herald was an exact copy of the Dingley law I Of course If the Herald editor copied one from the Dingley law and one from the PayneAldrich law the editor willfully tried to deceive the public in an effort to bear out his charge that the duty had been raised ladles and childrens gloves or he Ion unable to read plain English can take either horn of the dilem ma which he chooses In the meantime we refer to the fact that this paper last week published the two sec I tions quoted by the Herald and from tho Dingle law in parallel columns and their correctness has not been deniedOh what a tangled web we weave When first we practice to deceive However this Is not the first time for doesInottangled web is there alright however That the IayneAldrlch tariff law re duced the duty on ladles and children gloves 14 Inches and under In length JOe per dozen pairs still stands un refuted and the fact that the Herald has charged that gloves have increas ed in price since the passage of the new law Is mighty bad free trade ar gument Sturgeon Almost Sends Boat Over Falls Niagara Falls N Y Aug 9A 150 pound sturgeon nearly sent a party of three in a motor boa over the falls late last night Opposite La Salletwo miles above the falls the fish leap ed for the searchlight n the bow missed it struck and seriously Injured Miss Nellie Johnson iV this cityI and then thrashing about n the boat disabled the engine The sturgeon which measured six feet eigt inches was finally subdued with oars wielded by the male occupants of til boat Meanwhile the boat was berjB swep- rapidly toward the cataract George Allen hearing cries of dlstwssspeert ed out In a launch and tovd the par ty ashore PRESENTS HEAVRIN FOR APPELLATE JODGE i Republican County Convention v passed Off Quietly o 0 114 1 The Ohio County Republican Mass convention met at the court house at 1 oclock p m Wednesday and was called to order by the county chair man R B Martin C E Smith and E G Barrass were nominated for chairman of the convention A vote resulted in the election of Mr Bar rass C M Barnett was chosen sec retary by acclamation On motion the chair appointed tho following commit tee on resplutions J U Wade E P TaylorWatGaines w s Tlnsley and W 1 C6iidlt Vhilo the committee was out Jon R S Dunn was called for and made an able Republican speech He con trasted the county of Ohio with War ren and Butler counties with which he was more familiar and argued that under the great principles ot Repub licanism Ohio county should give 2 000 Republican majority Tile committee on resolutions re ported as follows 1 Be it resolved By the Repair j Cans of Ohio county in luass conven tion assembled that wo approve the call of this convention dud the con vention at Lcltchfleld on August 13 1910 to nominate a Republ w for the office of Judge of Ylhd Court of Appeals In this apt elte district 2 We present the Republicans of this the 2nd district the Honorable M L Heavrln a lawyer fitted by na ture study and experience in the i practice of the law to make an excellent Judge and wo instruct the dele gates of this Convention to vote for meansIconvention e to vote as a unit on all questions 4 We endorse the Honorable W II Taft and express our confidence In his intelligence and integrity and commend his work during the first portion of his administration 1JU WADE W S TtNSLEY W F CONDIT W S GAINES E P TAYLORCommittee C M Barnett moved to strike out section three which provided that the delegates should vote as a unit upon all questions A vote being taken the motion was adopted Mr C E Smith then Introduced the following resolu RewlvI that the delegates be and are hereby instructed to cast the vote of Ohio County for Hon George W Jolly Speeches were made by Messrs Smith Judge Wedding C P Keown and E M Woodward On vote the amend ment was defeated The original Veso lutlons as amended were then adopt ed The chair then appointed the following delegates to represent Ohio County in the Appellate Court con vention to be held at LeltchfMd Sat urday August 13th J H Thomas C M Barnett W S Gaines W S Tins ley Henry Leach W D Morris R R Wedding C E Smith S A An derson T H Black Lonny Black S O Keown Hise Condit Virgil Elgin J M DeWeese C P Keown Frank Wallace Oscar Allen R S Dunn R R Riley J Ney Foster E P Taylor D B Rhoads W P MIdklff J T Allen R B Martin S L Stevens Wm Hamilton E Y Park B S ChamberllnFrauk Black Wade Strat ton US Fought On motion the convention adjourn ed sine die IE G BARRASS CJimn C M BARNETT Becy T For Sale Fine two year old registered Her ford bull Farm 2 miles North of Hfirtfprd Telephone 3t2 W N STEVENS Gone to Rest At 915 oclock Thursday morning Aug 4 the death angel visited the home of Leslie Rowe and took from them their loving father J T Rowe Uncle Taylor is survived by a He professed faith in Christ at the age of 32 years and Joined the Bap tist church and lived a faithful mem ber up to his death His funeral was conducted by Rev H P Brown Ills remains were accompanied to Central Grove Church by many sorrowing friends and when you saw the beau tiful tribute of respect paid by the vast crowd at tfie church you could measure his worth Undo Taylor was survived by a loving wife and eleven children seven girls and four boys one sister all of whom are living except one son who passed away twenty two years ago All of the children were with him Artie who was in Michi waslsocle Taylor was also survived by twen ty two grand children one great grand cfla ttWJ R hftl Qt relatives and rrtrnils in this ahd the surrounding com11unltIWeop not dear wife and children for Uncle Taylor he Is not dead he Is on ly asleep in the arms of Jesus wait ing the resurrection morn What did he leave He left the light of Heaven and the wide rivers that make glad the fields He left the birds the for est to unllveu and the sweet butter cups with golden shields lie left the music of the air and water and the cool groves where witching shadows fall he left earths love a loving wife sons and daughters two brothers and a sister He left us all What did he take Oh it is not for mortal to Judge the dead or mete for him the rod What ere he carried through that mystic portal is known unto himself and to his God Just this we know he took the blessings tender of those he cheered In poverty enthrall He tool whatever he won of true worths gran der With time he sweetened sorrows cup of gall Ho left us all I CARRIE RENDER Farm For Sale ISO Acres of land two miles south of Hosine on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of it fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never foiling well in yard and horse lot and springy in easy reach of the house In good repair Must be sold and will be sold at a bargain Apply to BARNETT SMITH Hartford Ky MANDA Aug 9Craps in the uplands are looking fine especially corn The potato crop is good The school at this place Is progres sing fine so far Hope It will con tinue to grow in interest Mrs T H Baize and son Raley have gone to the Broadway Mines to work Mr Bob Robinson and A B Beck will go soon The Manda and Select nine crossed bats last Saturday which resulted in a defeat for the Manila nine They will try it over next Saturday at Rob Roy Born to the wife of Mr Gedy Amus of the firm of Beck and Amus a fine boy Dr Allen the attending physi cian Mother and child doing well and Gedy is all smiles The little child of Mr Keown is slowly Improving and we hope will recover TWENTY BUSHELS OF OATS Value of 20 Bushels of Oats in March 1910 and in March 1896 When Measured by the Wholesale Prices of the Following Staple Articles Article UnitIPIO lsra March Coffee Itln No7 lrnnd roi allolaun Sew Orleunn open kettle UIon s4 11 Illcc Uumntlc choice loood1so m Salt Amrlcau lUrreb to a Hnpar Orannlntrd Pound 11 so TV KormonB line 1ouod3t la- Ceqetlltneeale Yard 7 4 Carpet liwiila YardIs Ii Cotton flannel Sttjrnrdi to the pound Yard ae liP HnKhftiu AinnnVrHR Yards a1 1- 1IIbUDI Bleached Pepperell 1014 a Yird a1 II HhretlnRn Drown 44 Iepperell Yards IIS 70 HblrtlnRi lllenchrd 44 YrultolthLaoma fordsa as KboM MnS rich kid llnoilrear welt Ialr a a 01- ultlneClarwot teddliiKoual 13 ouno Yardaa R 5 foal Anthracite Uova Hnhel O so oelnitumtnnnbdearoerCreek New York Harbor IluiinelKUnlloua ie to 1r Illarbed wlrn OnlrnDlieil 1oondaw4 10- 7Naillylrelghr panny Pound 4X1 16 TootJluie Common Iliirrel t 4 Oak whit Ilnln Kent GZ 100 biD lypnw f J1- Nprnee 11i Pat 817 170 a With 114 remnlnliiK b With llco rtnmlulne ff4 SSSS 1 v IV VVVVVVVV 1ZMordllaysUOF I REMOVAL SALE Now therefore in order to disco pose of these goods while it is S j5 still seasonable we have made j such price reductions that should li clear the stocks quickly as it is j K our policy to show an entirely gs new stock each season IMens Furnishings i as Shoes Hats Shirts I Neckwear and Sox at greatly re= 5 duced prices V FurnishingsiLadies Dress Goods Silks LinensWhite Goods Shoes and Oxfords at a removal price Come and see I usI Rosenblatts I The Store That HARTFORDSatisfiesIkk 000 Additional Report of the Institute THURSDAY EVENING t In the evening a most excellent program consisting of music recitations and Kentucky punch was ren dered by the talent ot the city FRIDAY The last session of the Institute convened at 800 oclock Friday morning Devotional exercises con ducted by Prof W R Hedrick Minutes of August 4th were read and acceptedThe work was opened with an address on Difficulties in Teach- Ing Geography and History by In structor Rhoads No textbook must be supplemented by teachers or by other books Tills is especially nec essary In teaching History and in no other subject is there a better op portunity to use stories of heroism patriotism and local interest Mr A E Ellis would have the teacher be deliberate in his Judg ment of the pupils conduct thus avoiding rash decision Prof Dickey President of Dowling Green Business University address ed the Institute on some of the great problems for the school teacher One of the greatest is to teach the child obedience to the law Supt Leach asked tho teachers to make themselves worthy of a good recommendationDr good suggestions as to the necessity of caring for the teeth and presented to each teacher a booklet entitled Tooth Facts Profs I S Mason and H E Brown made an earnest appeal to the teachers to inspire the pupils to finish the common school course and then take up the High School work The Instructor finished the days pro gram with a strong address in which he emphasized that the teacher of the future must have and the teacher of the present should have broad scholarship and high ideals qualifi cations which will enable them to plant in their boys and girls seeds which will grow and blossom into strong and pure characters The committee on resolutions submitted the following which were adopted We the teachers of Ohio county in Institute assembled feeling the Importance of our work desire to publish the following resolutions therefore be it Resolved First That we regret very much the absonce of Dr Mutch ler and also the Illness which pro vented his presence Second That we extend our sin cere thanks to our worthy Superintendent for the wise selection ot 4ti c J Supt McHcnry Rhoads of Owens boro Ky to conduct our Institute gratitudeto i kind skillful and practical work Third Resolved that we are pleas ed to note the presence of a number tot visiting educators who aided greatly In making the Institute pleas ant and profitable Fourth That we urge the teachers of this county to make an extra ef fort to influence each child to take the common school graduation thereby securing entrance to the high school work Fifth That we approve the efficient work of our Secretary Miss ShownSixth That we as teachers aid In every way in stamping out the White Plague Seventh That we extend to theithriving town of Hartford our com pliments for the kind courteous and hospitable way in which they ac quitted themselves during our stay here more especially for the careful ly prepared entertainment renderedl j on Thursday evening W R CARSON A E ELLIS MATTYE E MOSELEY Secy- Committee Chairman Leach made some nec essary announcements and adjourn ed the Institute until its next years term shall convene HENRY LEACH Chmn MAYME SHOWN Secy 1 OLATONIAng 11 Misses Jessie Rocker Fordsvllle Ky and Lena Spurrier Oklahoma City Okla were here front Thursday until Monday the guests of Miss Garnett Felix Mrs T C Bean and two children i aria in McHenry the guest of her sls ter Mrs Guy Stateler Mrs G W Hall was In and Taylor Mines the guest of reI aItives from Monday until Saturday b Frsfriend Mrs Fred Faaght MM Joe T Daniel was here from 1 Dyersburg Tenn and spent lastweek the guest of her son Charlie Ray Dan iel and other relatives near town Mrs H A Owen R FD No 1- has returned from Owensboro whero she spent several days with her sisterrMiss CurnMltchell are1InLoUISVIJIe lie goes to r u homO CL 0- A S j 4 i iIII r Stock Cleaning II t I Our final summer STOCK CLEANING SALE is now in pro gress We are offering some specialattractions in Woolen Dress Goods Muslin Underwear 11U Ladies Readymade Waists Ladies and Mens Oxfords Call and see them The high quali ties at our low prices will delight IIyou1j H 50c r Mohair Suiting now 25o m 150 readymade Vaists 89e- 1251Iusliii Gowns and 8kirts790Mens 400 Oxfords now 298 Ladies 350 Patrician Oxfords X298 These with other extra values are on display this week Call andsee us and we will show you that it pays to trade with THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY t r i Go 1111I II ii = Hartford Republican FRIDAY AUGUST 12 IIl1nolsCentraIRaliroadTlme Table At Beaver Dam Kyl- gor1U Sound Senlh Bonnd No122due405atu No 121dudlt5amN- o122due1228p m Noll11 due 48 pIII 11 o102dne248pm No111doe865 m- N H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Tratns pasS Hartford at the allow 1 Ing times NORTH BOUND 112j29 a m Passenger Daily 114340 p tun Mixed Dalley except SundayI115920 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday I 113146 p m passenger Dally Mr John T Moore Is spending II few days at Grayson Springs Judge John B Willson and family are spending a few days with relatives jo l near Prentls Miss Llzzie OBannon city who has been visiting relatives near Cram well has returned home There will be preaching Mt Her mon Methodist church next Sunday at 11 a m and 7 P m by the pastorI Miss Myrtle Williams left Sunday for Body Tenn where she wlll visit her brother Mr D W Williams Miss Diary Rarldonwho had been visiting the family of Mr Dudley Ford returned Saturday to her home in Shelby county Ky I I Mrs J G Ford and daughter Miss Datsy and little Mlss Nena Carroll Mr1andMr An raw enu one State Guars now stationed at Otter I Pond near Eddyvllle spent Sunday r with his father Mr John Glenn East Hartford Mr Glenn returned to his post Monday Mrs W R Oldham died at her- r Pleasant Grove residence near church this county last Friday after a continued Illness of Brlghts- disease Her remains were tntorrcd- to church cemetery De I i the local sides her husband she leaves tour children all ot whom are marrlca Mr and Mrs H D Taylor and children of Louisville arrived In Hartford Saturday to visit relatives Mrs W M Armistead and children of Nashville and Miss Elizabeth King of Henderson are visiting lir and Mrs John R Phipps and Mss Den tie Phipps Messrs E E Dlrlhead and Fred Cooper left fuesday for Dawson Springs where they will take treatment for rheumatism and malaria I Mr A Urlgllby and wile left Sat urday for a visit to relatives at Drowns Valley Ky and Mt Car mel Ill They will be absent about ten days Mr John W Taylor and wife went to Boonevllle Indiana Tuesday where they were called by the serious ill ness of Mr Taylors brother air R S Taylor who has typhoid fever Mrs F LFelix daughter Miss Mary Elizabeth Felix accompanied by Miss Lelia Glenn went to Gray son Springs last Saturday where they will spend two weeks Leave your Laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf FREE HOMESTEADS from 40 to 160 acres land In Ala Ark Fla La and MIss GIVEN AWAY by UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Ito successful applicants Send 25e for norma Mon and apvilcatlon form DIXiE HOME CO Naraja Florida Mr John Z Smith died at his home In Central City about 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon August 3rd His remains were taken the next day to West Providence church near Centertown and the funeral was preached by Revs J N Jarnagin and Hiram Drown The deceased who was the youngest son of the late Rev A B Smith was 46 years old and was a nephew of Mr R H Gillespie who was In attendance at the fur neralMessrs Isaac Sanderfur and J C her have rented the house formerly occupied by R T Collins as a meat market and will at once open up a first class business In that line Under the name of Sandertur Co These young men stand high In our community ion honesty and fair dealing and they will no doubt furnish the peoplo with the very best of everything iii their line They announce that they Will blI ready with fresh meat Saturday morn lug y e Mrs Nathan Bennett ot Champaign Ill and Dr Isaac Dennett Dixon Ill arrived In Hartford the first of the week having been called here on account of the serious illness ot Miss Cora Bennett Miss Annie Allen Elgin entertaincd at a six ocloclt dinner last Saturday In honor of the guests of Mss Wino na Stevens Those present were Misses Virginia Lewis Shelbyvnl WIllie Hiatt Winchester Winor- StevepR city Mr James W Jones Murray and Messra McDowell Foglo pnd McHenry Holbrook city p Attorneys H PTaylor C E- I Smith have recently purchased a splendid gasoline yacht from parties In Louisville It Is said to be ahead ot antfiTngln the Rough river water with a speed or twelve miles per hour and capacity for twelve passengers Mr Smimith and Mr John Taylor lert yesterday afternoon COl Louisville ani- wlll run time boat down the Ohio UII Green river4to Livermore and thence to Hartford They expect to be about three days linking the run Circuit Clerk E G Barrass leCt yesterday for a splendid out leave tomorrow for a splendid hut Ing trip which will take him through all the principal cities and pleasure resorts of the East and Northeast The trip will Include an oCean voy PotomacIRiver Niagara soy oral days stops at Washington City New York Montreal and other cities en route He will be gone about 16 days a S 4 Fatal Railroad Accident Last Monday evening the first accident occrred on the new railroad near the depot Bob Hays a colored mar employed by Black Dlrldleall In handling rock for time hike on the Centertown road was run over by tit rock car and fatally Injured Ho and two other colored men were seated or the rear end of the car front which they had just been loading rock when It was bumped by the local freight which was doing sonic switching In the yard The impact was tjo hard that Hays was knocked off the CI and thin engine started It moving down the tract and before he could extricate himself he was caught by the wheels his rlgl t- I arm cut off between the wrist and elbow and his right leg severely nun I geld and broken lie was dragged fOm the wheels by his companions mill was soon removed to the office ofI Ford where an operation was perf DII ell by Drs Ford Riley Wedding yllller Ills right arm was amputatedI lust below his elbow and and dressed lie was removed to hili home In Hnytl and at first seemed to Improve However lie became worse Tuesday and died Tuesday afternoonI having suffered greatly good hard working man and stood high In the estimation of Iris employers CENTRAL GROVE Aug 9Mr J T Rowe died at I his home hero last Thursday morning 11Drownihe following day after which the remains were laid to rest In Central Grove cemetery In the presence or I many frIends and relatives whose hearts are filled within deep sorrow OVer his sail demise Mr and Mrs S A Reynolds and laughter Misses Myrtle and Hattie or Williams Mines attended Sunday School here Sunday Mr Reynolds gave us an interesting talk I Mrs Ella Parberry or Louisville and use Bertha Penrod of NashvilleI Tenn will arrive this the guests of time family or Mr D Mark I Mrs Dr J S Fltzhugh and little son Neville of Island are visiting Mrs itzhughs parents Mr and Mrs E Q Cooper I Mrs Maudo Wright of Evansville- was the guest or Mrs John Shoulllels last week Mrs Hewitt Young and little daugh tel Madeline or Owonsbolo are spend Ing a few weeks with Mrs Youngs parents Mr and Mrs D M Park at this place Mrs E Q Cooper visited her daugh ter Mrs Granville Ingrain and neW grand daughter Wilma Ruth at Will lams Mines recently A new school house has ben erected at this place school to be taught this fall by Mr J C Jackson The Ohio County Baptist Association will convene at the Baptist church at this place next Tuesday and Wednesday EEAST VIEW Aug 9Mr A T French spent Friday and Saturday in Owensboro Messrs D J and L D French lade a business trip to Beaver Dam donday Mr and Mrs EUah jMMassle and son Nlelspent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Frank Collins at Llvia- Messrs W T French and Elijah Massie made Ii business trip to Owen boro Monday SMALLHOUS Aug IDorn to Mrs Chester D- Ross August t a fine boy Mrs Linda Cnlloay and daughter Miss Maud and son Master Johut Vet non have returned from a visit to M J S Truunell and familY Utica Iy Miss Maybell Easterdny and lrll- Flaudle Fullerson attended the teachers Institute at Hartford last week Mr Berry Bishop and family hay moved to Smallhous and occupy the house formerly owned by Mr P B Taylor Hartford Ky Tire Messr- Kinchcio have moved to South Cat rolltonMr Cecil Drake Is time guest orhls mother Mrs Sallie Drake He will leave for New Mexico soon Mr Bob Billings and family have moved to Kronos Moorman Miss Flora Buslllll was In our midst SaturdayDr D Maddox went to liar tfort Friday Mr M 1 Maddox went to Roekpor Friday Mir nail Mrs Joe Bullock and cliii dren were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas BIshop near Matanzas front Friday until Sunday evening Mss Annie Bishop returned to her home neru Matainzas Friday fr01ll a visit to Mrs Joe Bullock Mr Esldne Fulkerson went to Ce ralvo Saturday Mrs 1 B Taylor and son John Ross Taylor Hartrord are the guests of Mr and Mrs Opple Kittinger Rev Ilobert flanks Nelson was a JulIel8onlSaturday church Sunday but owing to the I loony morning there were not many out to hear him Messrs Clarence Drown and W L grown and several others from EllIs happel were pleasant visitors to 0111 Sunday School Sunday Mr and Mrs R P Bennett have noved back to their homo In Deda from the farm near here We regret to give him up Mrs It D Ilnnter will leave today for a vlllit to her aunt Mrs E II Mad i lox at Livermore and there to Utica to visit her parentsMr and Mrs f3 Toward before returning to her home In Gunnlson Colorado Miss Ethel Huntel Is visiting her slstel Mrs Tas S TunnllI Utica Ky- Mlr and Mrs 1anti children tear Southn Canollton Mrs Louisa verhults and grand daughter Miss lleda hut of Muhlenburg county spent TUe day with Mr M P lI Educational lhlOXI The 1IIffelentIh i Boards will be called to at limo following times and places Division No1 Aug 21 at Bart letts School house at 1 p m Division No2 Aug 25 at loldKlIIo- at 10 a m- Division No 3 Aug 2 G at Dundee t10aiiiDivision No4 Aug 2J at Mt Pleasant at I p Ill DIvision No G Aug 30 at Green Drier at 1 p inn Division No G Aug 31 at Center town at 11 a mil The Superintendent desires to meet each trustee Ill rsoIH111 so tint a more lerfect umderstandhmg my bl hall between them The yery best roan should be elected chairman or time dl vision boa d You as trustee can greatly facilitate time work of the Superintendent by electing good men to these plnces HENRY LEAll SC s Notice Tobacco growers are requested to sign pooling pledges and forward same to C oJ Smith County Secretary at the very earliest possible date It Is that they know as soon as possiblothe mount or tobacco that will he pooled this year Please attend to this rnat- er and send in the pledges D FORD Chain F Corn- BALD P KNOB Aug 10 Sunday school Is progres sing nicely at this pluce There will be singing ut this place next Saturday night and also Sunday evening Everybody Invited to conic Mr Leslie Sanderfur wino has been sick Is able to bo out again Mr Charlie Smith and faintly or Select Mr John Leach anti faintly of lands VIsited M J W Taylor and family Sunday Messrs George Leach Seth Davis of Manda and Leslie Sanderfur of this place attended the ball game at Select Saturday evening Mr J W Taylor and Mr J H Tor rence went to Cromwell Saturday Mrs Ella Taylor of tanda visited her brother Mr E P Sunderfm Wednesday Miss Corda Gardner of Beaver Dam who la visiting Mrs Stun Leach of this place attended Sunday school at this place SurJny eyermlmig Mr L T Davis md famllyvlsited- ire J H Embry nUll faintly Sunday Mr Dullley Leach visited Mr J H Torrence Sunday oveting AIr Ili T Porter and family spent J1 Failure is Only for I Those who Think Failure Our successful special Sale in the face of the most trying andunfavor able conditions encouraged We are now beginning to receive Fall Goodstbut will continue to give re duced prices on all summer lines Oxfords Lawns Embroideries Laces and kindred lines which are not so saleable during the winter months will be pushed at prices whichwill show quite a saving Come to see us often and learn as others are daily doing to Sunday at Mr Luther Leaches The Rob Roy School Is progressIng nicely with Mr Definer Stewart teach or- Mh Leslie beau and family or- Clolllcll visited Mr DIe Davis and faruHy Sunday Miss lIallett Sanllerfm anti Mr Seth Davis attended meeting at It Zion SuulaILittle Miss Cora Torrence visited little Misses Connie and May Sander fur Sunday evening Mss Bessie Torrence of IImtfolll spent loulay evening with her par ents Mh arid Mrs T II Torrence- M SUIII Leach who has been sick for sometime Is uo better Miss Cora Torrence of this place spent lotlay eight with Mliss IUlc Leach Rob ltoy- Mr j Arthur Leach wino has bern visiting his grand parents Mir und lira Lln leach returned hOllle last wj elIMrs Davis TuesllaIMlrs Martha amid Dora Leach and Miss Maiy Villinms visited time Rob Roy school tuesday evening Mrs Mattle Taylor visited her par emits at Maeda Tuesday M Republican County Convention Called To the Republicans of Ohio Count Pursuant to a call of the Fourth District Republican ongreililon al committee for u convention to beheld In lebanon Kentucky Septembet- u U110 for the purpose of nomiminatitg a Republican candidate for Congress to be voted forat the November electon a matH convention of the Republicans of Ohio County Is hereby called to meet at the courthouse In Hartford at 1 ocloclt p ur standard time on Saturday September 3 1910 for the purpose ot selecting 33 dele gates to represent Ohio county In said Congressional convention and for tram saction or any other business which may properly be brought before the convention Hartford Ky Aug 9 1910 R H MAItDIN Chmr JOHN G KEOWN Secy The Ohio County Baptist Asso ciation This body will meet with Central Grove church Aug 16 and 17 All her sous going by rail should get off nt Centertown This Station is only tWJ miles from time church 14 W TICHENOU Sec Centcrtown Ky a Pay Yo- urTAXES Representatives of time Ohio County ty Sheriffs office will Le at the tot lowing prnecs at the times idicatett for the pmirpose of issuing tax receipts anti you will save conning to the county seat or avoid the necessity of u visit to your honne lIy arranging to settle oIu tIlis uumunne- rDEIUTY SIIERlFl S 0 KEOVN WHI be at time following places Bolls Run Aug 2tJ forenoon Taff In the afternoon Ralph Aug IS rllJan Aug HI Beaver Dam Aug 22- entertown Aug 23 Aug H IIatauzas Aug 2 foremioen Coral o In the afternoou- Mcllenry Aug 27- Rocicport Aug 29 forenoon Broadway In the aCtollloon- i Render Aug 30 forenoon Taylor Mires In the afternoon- DeanIeld Sept 1 llerbert Sept 2 Forllsvllle Sept 3 DEPUTY SHERIFF A W BLACK IWill be at the following places Wysox Aug 13- Prentis Aug HI 20Iforenoon Select In the afternoon Dalzetown Aug 23 forenoon Ar nold In the afternoon Renfrow Aug 24 forenoon White Run In the afternoon I Horse Branch Aug 25 forenoon Darts Station In the afternoon Rosino Aug 26 forenoon Horton I In the afternoon Sunnydale Aug 29 In time afternoon Dprtdee Aug 30 Narrows Sept 5 Trisler Sept 0- Shreve Sept 7 Davidson Sept S rilrenoori Olaton In the afternoon Deda Sept 12 Dufold Sept 13 Pleasant Ridge Sept 14 I Ilefltn Sept 16 loUT II BLACK So 0 C il r gw a r Cl t +r Prl a f1Pf H I ERE SILLY GABBLE COMMENT OF WINSTON CHURCH ILL SOUNDS FOOLISH I HIs Comparison of Taft and Roosevelt Prediction of Coming Demo landcrattc Success a Ridiculous Mall of Rot Winston Churchill has written some clever stories of American ute and t maybe his only claim to noUco Is based upon them But he has made I a shy nt politics too nod asks considiration on that score He le on his way home from a for eign trip nod Interviewed In London abOut the political situation In the United States declared that It was blue for the Republicans A Demo crattc victory In November would not surprise him He picks Mr Rooso welt for 1912 and hopes to see him the candidate Mr Churchill does not seem to know that the men who have con trolled the Republican party for the pat quarter of a century are the men who elected Theodore Roosevelt Governor of New York In 1898 vice president In 1900 and president In 1904 Mr Roosevelt was glad of their support and In office worked with with a will He left the White 1IOuse last year on excellent terms With the great majority of them Why should the party cast them out and at the same time prepare to accept the leadership again the man I tl i wlt9etl made so 9 Dame himself andaccomplished so xnu4 form countrytWe hear frequently and from many xtources criticism of Mr Taft for the relations he holds with Mr Aldrich sand Mr Cannon Why has he not barred the door against them WhY should he be visited by and give his t confidence to leaders so roundly de t pounced by men and newspapers of I prominence In Republican councils Dy whom except representatives of the Interests Is either Mr Aldrich orI Mr Cannon trusted today And so forth Do not the men who talk In this strain know that Mr Roosevelt while In office gave his confidence quite as l tully to Mr Aldrich and to Mr Can non as Mr Taft has ever done Did the doors of the White House ever swing wider at the approach of the I chairman of the senate finance com mlttee or the speaker of the house occullIancy ts It not a widely accepted belief In political circles that It was the influence i of Mr Aldrich that prevented 21r Roosevelt at the beginning of his l second administration so to say from Staking up the tariff question Why then all this gabble about putting Mr Taft out and Mr Roosevelt In again on the allegation that the former keeps and the latter did not keep bad company Are Mr AI- c1rlch and Mr Cannon worse men now than n year or so ago What proves I lt1 No rot deserves more justly the description or tommyrot than the rot I Mr Churchill and his friends are as lduously circulating i Minnesota Too Tho action of the Republican state convention of Minnesota was on the same lines and dominated by the same spirit as the recent Republican convention of Wisconsin Its Indorsement of the president I was not only strong and unequivocal it wan enthusiastic This was In fact the keynote of the convention The attempt to weaken this Indorsement- by indirection was overwhelmingly de tented It Is reassuring to hear this clarion note of loyalty from our sister state i It Is all the moro gratifying to Wls Conllin Republicans because It Is inexact accord with the declaration pro Jnnlfatld by the great auditorium con ventiou of Juno 8IIt Is moreover n Rhnl ration that the attempt to discreditIthe president mill tltude meets with no response the rank and le of the Republican partylI1waulwe Sentinel i Nothing to Worry Over A fresh and pointed illustration of Democratic Inability to get on any one question togetherI Washington Some of the are discussing the possibility of se curing control of the next house of representatives which Is much on the order or counting chickens before they I are hatched But even on that slim posslblllt dlssentlons have already arIsen Chump Clark the titular lender of the minority In the house Isjl counting on being a candidate speaker In the next congress And j forthwith there has arisen a robust opposition However neither Champ Slor his supporters need worry ovor- 2Duch The voters will see to It that the gavel shall be place In the hands ci A Republican CI Some New Information Pennsylvania a doubtful state Is- Ike startling caption of an editorial ucIc In the Indianapolis News Facts rten travel by the slowest and most ssnndabout route and Indianaeeeem- s1l kayo been either tar ahead or tar Iltd the rest of the country in- sa8nlrfng the particular piece of in- retatlon Pennsylvania was a doubt Xat tteln 1880 If It Is doubtful to TtI1e tact i being carefully sup eel tWi sfdeof the Alleghenoles- RX TllrkTrlbttaa I HAVE THE RIGHT TO EXULT Republican Party Has Done Well and the Leaders Are Accordingly Pleased The political situation at the close of congress could not be more fitting ly expressed than In the following from the Washington Star Where are the fond Democratic hopes of yesterday Republicans In congress asked today ns they contemplated the record of legislative achievement of a Republican congress under a Republican president The question was suggested by recollection that only a short time ago the Democrats were flushed with expecta tlon of sure victory In the tall elections based upon possible failure of constructive legislation Less than a month ago the Demo crate were loud In Jubilation over the seeming plight of their opponents Some Republicans too of faint heart were willing to hedge their bets for an eon break on the prospects of carrying the next house At that time the outlook was gloomy The railroad bill the postal savings bank bill the statehood bill and other administration measures were apparently hopelessly bogged down In the mire of party factional Ism and partisan opposition President Taft with his back to the wall figuratively was fighting off a horde of snarling snapping adversa rtes some of them In his own party The presidents friends had their hands full In pleading for a square deal for his administration and the congress He never turned a hair dyer shoye lhat ho heard the yelp hg pllck Within a week It has dawned upon the country that quietly unostenta tiously without beat of drum or sound of cymbals the congress and the ad ministration have carried out a record breaking program of legislation The greatest record since the civil war Is the claim officially made for the sessions work by the Republican whip of the house John Dwight of New York and ho produces the list of laws enacted to provo It The administration lenders In con grees have been claimIng all along that all that was needed to Insure the approval of the country of this administration and congress was a fair trial of the administrations ability They got It md now they are confl dent that the country will appreciate the result The next step Is a vigor ous campaign with sturdy carrying of the load of Insurgency handicap that It Is The Insurgents It Is claimed will be saved In spite of themselves The tall will go with the hide In the coming elections the leaders think helping to make up n safe working majority In the next house of representatives STAY IN THE PARTY CAMP- Factional Strife Arong Republicans Will Be Settled Within the Organization It Is called to public attention by the Cleveland Leader that whatever the difference among Republicans In respect to party policies and leaders It Is evident that there Is a general determination to settle all disputes and difficulties Inside the Republican organization There Is warm work between the factions but they stay In the Republican camp In the opinion of the Norwalk Re flector this Is proved by the very large vote cast at primary elections In South Dakota for Instance the total vote for the three Republican con dldates for governor fell only a small fraction short of the vote cast for Tart In the last presidential year The number of voters who went to the polls and took part In the prl marlles after classifying themselves as Republicans was extraordinary Such oondltlon8 Indicate that Dem ocratlc hopes founded upon Republic an dissensIons rest on extremely un certain ground There Is plenty of statistical evidence that the number of Republicans In the country Is about us big as It ever was Certainly there Is no evidence of any accession of Democratic strength In any section of the country and It must be remembered that there was a great dearth of Democrats for party purposes the last time the nation went to the polls- Worried Democrats Henry M Whitney says he will not run for congress In the Fourteenth Massachusetts district this tall and E N Foss says he will not recognize an encore call and thereon rests one of the most dreadful Democratic worries of the age We have absolutely nobody else to run say the worried Democrats and that means that the hope of running the whole country by n Democratic majority In the national house may be dashed like other Democratic dreams of the past The party that cannot find a man to take care of that ono district must be a wonder at taking the entire United states under Its management for a series of yearsWorcester Telegram Bless your dear old heart the Re publican party was trust busting away back when you Democrats were still arguing that the war la a fall ure and before you had emerged from greenbacklsm to the recognition of the Godglven ratio of is to 1 President Taft has away of going Into grave situations and settling them pleasantly for the best of aU con earned To do statesmanlike things In a manly wayia most becoxnlng In the chief man of the natlonXenla Gazette Woman Opportunity Good sense Is the greatest preser vative of health Never before have women had such a chance tn the world as today and in this country But the chance will avail them noth Ing unless they have the health to seize It and the vIgor to hold It Exchange Wont Need a Crutch i When Editor J P Son anoJ cum noJus N c brallsed hIs leg Uadly- iI started On ugly gore Many salves and cuzitmetttu proved worthluus Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo healed it thoroughly Nothing Is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Boils DUTroBruls EcIzemaConu Much Butter DallyI An authority says that New York city consumes 718000 pounds of but ter every day In the year Children Cry FOR FLCTC- HERSCASTORIAMonopoly Not Desired Since our own faults are so thor oughly enjoyable wo are always happy to find that others possess them All eligible Perms are enlftltd to free tuJtoon In the WlSEifn KenUc- ky State Normal School The Fall Session begins Septtunber 6 1910- Vrite Pre 1dent H IL CberlyBowl- 4ng Green Ky for information Course in Agriculture Lead In DeepSea Measuring Great Britain and AmerIca do more deepsea measuring than all the other nations put togetheri QUlck S Cold LaOrippe and 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 Evimllle lad Says McGowan Consider tbt thO mean man knows imselh which makes you revenge completeCleveland News Nasal Catarrh mt Inflammation of j the delicate membrane lining the air passages Is not cured by any mix tures taken Into the stomach Dont waste time on them Tale Elys ream Balm through the nostrils so that the fevered swollln tissues are reached at once Never mind how long you have suffered nor how often you have been disappointed we know Elys ream Balm Is the remedy you should use All druggists GOc Mail ed by Ely Uros IJ Warren Street New York SMAIlilHOUS RAug Iastelllay Is attending thtrlitstitute at Hartford tIlls week Miss Annie Bishop Matnnzas Is visit Ing Mrs Joe Bullock Airs James Hallowes Louisville who has been the guest of Mr Sam Morton and family here for some time is visit lug In Livermore Mr C A Lindley and family Matan zas spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mr S T Hunter and family Messrs J II Addington and lgle heart were In Hartford Saturday- 1r Lee Overhults and wife Klrt- I ley were the guests of Mr W C Bullock and family Sunday QUICKSCOUGH Quickest and best for coughs GURANInUD Sold by druggists Made by IJ C Mendenhall Medicine CO Evassvilleled I Republican convention Called I Pursuant to a decision of the Republican committee of the sccoiid AW pellato District which met It Horse Branch on July JUl 1JI0 a delegate convention for said dln1ct Is hereby called to meet In the court house at Leitchfield at ono oclock on August 13th 1JI0 for the Purpose of nominating n candidate for Appellate IudS to be voted for In the Second Apel late district Said convention Is to he ConlpOscd of delegates selected at the county court houses In the various counties In said district at one oclock otr August 10th each county being U titled to one delegate vote for edeh 100 vines and a fraction OVer fiO votes cast for Taft In 1908 The county chairman In each county is herebY requested to Issue calls for county con ventions In ecordance with this call at once In order that sufficIent publicity of the convention be given The vote of each county In the Second Appellate district will be us given below- Henderson 25 McLean 13 Davis 39 Butler 23 Allen 19 Edmonson 13 BrlCklnrldge 26 Hancock 11 Meade 9 Monroe 19 Grayson 24 Logan 23 Ohio 33 Slmllfonl 9 Todd 1G Warren 29 J FRANK TAYLOR Chm 2nd Awllate Dist Attest W R SCOTT AotllJ Sec Hartford Ky July 14 1910 To the Republican of Ohio County ik JiE d Dy dlrecUonoftJe Second Aypeliato Court District Commltteea glass cans venttonoftho Republicans of Ohio cOunty Is hereby called to meet at tho court house In Hartford KY August 10th 1910 atl oclQCk p m for the purpose of selecting thirty three delegates and thlrty4hree alternate delegates to represent Ohio county In the Republican Appellate Court Convention to be held at Leltcbtlcld Angus lath J910 and to transact such other business that may be deemed neoesaary for rtbeWel fare of the party U J MARTIN chairman JOHN G KEOWN Secretary Trinnial ConcleaveKnights Templar Aug 13For above occasion Illinois Central RaIlroad Co give special rate on 1150 round trip from Beaver Dam Ky ei clal rates from other points on npprecatlon dates of eale August 4 5 G and 7 19i Final return lImLt August 17th excout up deposit of ticket and payment of Ion of GO cents an extension of final i limit to Sept 6th 1910 may be secured I J E WILLIAMS Agent SYMPATHY helps hurts but dt wont cure an i acblng tooth wont wake a marred lone look like Its old self Takes a skillful experlencccI dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you I canbut for real relief and good dental work make nn 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convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court ot ClaimsConvenes first TUeS day In January and first TuesdaY In October Other County OtflccrrC S MoxCey Surveyor Fordsvtlle Ky n F D No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky R F D No 2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A ll Riley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS a a S Hartford Tuesday after rdMondayyinnJuneclTesdayter 3rd 3rd Monday In September 3rd llonday In December 0 E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Jun Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John H Miles Itockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jtne Friday after lrd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow Tuesday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday In February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In AUgUst Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem berC V Mlles Fordsvllle Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February FrIday after 2nd Monday In May Frlllay after 2rd Mon day In August Friday after 2nd Mon day In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C t Crowe JUdge O B LlkensClty Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court convenes second Mon ay In each month City CouncllJ IL Williams Mayor R T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members ot Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fall Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenIng Roy Virgil ElgIn Pastor Uaptlst ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening School 9f5 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastorChristian ChurchServices every fourth SundaySchoolFord pastor C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a nn and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Iartford Lodge No 6i5 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W A1 CM Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday nIght In each month n Holbrook High priest SecretaryHartford 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Hough River Lodge No 110 KnIghts ot nightSK ot RSH- artford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P KeeperSunshIne L O T liL nightInI Commander Mrs Lula Pendleton Lady KeeperCarpenters Joiners local No 1881 monthNoahTreas Acme Lodge No 339 J O O F meets second and fourth Friday nIght In GranllBnedMenCampbellRecords Preston Morton Post No4 O A R beforethoRogersAdjtA S ot E National Officers C O Drayton Pres Greenvllle Ill GreenKYTrensIndlanapolisState Officers JC Cantrlll Pres Georgetown Ky HartfordCalhounKyOhio DamlyCD Ford Treas Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman lartfordIy DNo2J A Bellamy WhltesvlJle ICy KyIfKy sKy endaerlptirmstaygnickl 1IIp1IollIou tafDstaitsPaten MierkNAhan- dsomely nixtntadwNNy riruteIta- laUon of any tetenuao carnal Sans et a- r IL 5014 IIrUl Cewdsalw 111 =1It1i Irkjlt y 1 d1llIlo111 Af OlrsnoJra O V DiBIIITT O BSlnra 3 t BARNETT SMITHI ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the 1 courts ot Ohio and adjoining cot t ties and Court ot Appeals Sp ii attention given to all Dusine erute to their care Collections ILlh the Prae tics of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican building FRANK L FELiX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohis and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Coh- lectione a Specialty Office In the Hers aid building YAN CY L MOSLEM k ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also NOoo tary Public Office over FlJst National Bank JOUN n WILSON eIlAS Ii CROWD WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In am the courts of Ohio and adjoinIng coca ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to crtmina3 practice and to cofeetfoms OUoe on Main St opposite Court House and TRADE MARKS PrO Pth obtained tn- aI1OuDlrlorno tee We obtain PATENTS THAT PI C adyrtIJI them thoroaghlyatour erpene andelp you to nieces fiend model photo or vetch for yR E E report on pathbWty to yearn prartIre 8UR 1 PASSING Rtrznttjcts For free OuJc1 Book on writ to I BO35O Soventh StreetWASHINGTON O C 1 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHS Tr08UII PRICE Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROUBLEB GUARANTEED BATISFAOTOl- OR MONEY REFUNDED M AND DeFeNDED Srnc1m04I PROCURED for rt r report yroe In to obtain potent trade muD apyhgbteta lit ALL COUNTRieS Cgsferss dirtt vIM 1101111011 corn rim money anrjrrs rdrtoast Patent and Infringement Practice ExclusIvely Write or corns to us at a ItS JIlJIth Strict app IIattd etatsr hint OOcr WASHINGTON D c r t rt FAIRBANKSMORSEGasoline Pumps water grinds teed shells corn lie Works every my t a small coat to Operate AU sizes dos aU purposes Send for catalogue 802 AddressI l FAIRBANKS MORSE i CO- Loufsv U Ky KI i y i 1tSIR MARKS HOTEL BILl IWIo of an Early Nineteenth Century Election In Ireland During the time of contested elec tion In Meath Ireland in the early pnrt of the last century Sir Murk Somcrvllle sent orders to tha prlct- orot tho hotel In Trim to board and lodge nil that should vote for him for which ho received the followln bill which ho got framed nnd It still hangs In Sotnervllle House County Meath April 16th 1820 MY DILLS II d To tenting sixteen freeholders above stairs for Sir Mark at 3a 3d a head la to me 2 12 0 To eating sixteen more below stairs and two more after sup per Is to me 211 9 To eighteen horses and five mules about my yard all night at 13s everyone of them and for a man which was lost on the head of watching them all night Is to me G 6 0 To six beds in one room and four In another at two guineas every bed and not more than four In any bed at any time cheap enough Cod knows U to mo 22 15 0 For breakfast on tay In the morn- Ing for every one of them and as many more as they brought In as near as I can guess Is to me 412 o To raw whisky and punch with out talking of pipes and tobac co as well as for breaking a pot above stairs and other glasses and delph for the first day and night I am not very sure but for the three days and a half of the election as little as I can call It and to be very exact It Is In all or thereabouts as near as I can guess and not to be too particular Is to mo at least 79 IS S For shaving and cropping out the heads of forthnine freeholders for elr Mark at 13d for every head of them by my brother who has a vote Is to me 2 13 1 For a womlt and nurse for poor Tom Kernan In the middle of the night when he was not ex pected Is to me ten hogs I dont talk of the pljwr for keeping him sober as long as he was sober Is to me 110 IS 7 Signed In the place of Jemmy Cars wife his Mark X Bryan and Oeraghtya Mark X You may say 111 so your honour Sir Mark send me this Eleven Hundred by Bryan himself who and I prays for your success always In Trim so no more at presentThe hotel keeper must have got weary as tie neared the end of his long bill for his account becomes as wabbly as some of his guests must have been when the crash of glass and delph accompanied their deep po- tation of raw whisky and punch NOTHING WAS LOST An Omission In a Wedding Ceremony That Didnt Count A distinguished officer of the United States navy onco told this story on himself At the time of his marriage tic had been through the civil war and had bad many harrowing experiences aboard ship through all of which he kept courage aud remained as calm as a brave man should As the time for the ceremony came on however rhis calmness gradually gave way At the altar amid the blaze of brass but Ions and gold lace marking the full naval wedding the officer was all but stampeded and what went on there seemed very much mixed to him Fearing the excitement of the moment would temporarily take him off his feet tho officer had learned the mar siege ceremony letter perfect as he thought and be remembered repeating the words after the minister In a me chaulcal sort of way After the ceremony was over and all was serene ngaln including the offl ers state of mind tho kindly clergy man came up to him and touched him on the shoulder Look here old man ho said you dIdnt endow your wife with any worldly goods Whats that asked the bridegroom with something of astonishment in his voice Why I repeated the sentence With nil my worldly goods I thee eudow several times and despite my efforts you would not say It after me The bridegroom seemed perturbed for a moment and then a beaming light came into his taco Never mind sir he said She didnt lose n blessed thing by my fail tireExcbangeProtracted Hello Darker said Smitkln meet ing his friend on the street How goes it- All right I guess said Barker Seen Bobble Sponger lately Yes Bobbie is down at my place at Westhnropton now I invited him down for tho week end Why I thought that was three weeks ago It was said Barker but you know Bobble is nn expert at making loth ends meetIfarpcrs Weekly Damascus of Marvelous View The view of Damascus from the mountain where Mohammed made his treat renunciation is one of the mar velous views of the world Again and pgaln I deserted the mosques the bazaars the marble baths the courts of the fountains the shadowy khans and the gardens by the streams for that bare height on which Abraham is said to have had the unity of God revealed to him Robert Hichens in Century Imitation Why Gladys you are spoiling your dolly No mamma I am painting its cheeks with the same color that you useJudge An aspiration la Joy forever a pot session as soUdai a landed estate Robert LoBtoWeWnaon r 1 Resolutions by F dr A M Hall of Hartford Lodge No 675 F II A A- LWhereas it has pleased the Suprem Architect of the Universe in His al mighty wisdom to remove from our midst and from the ranks of thlll GunIthermany July 14 1832 and departed life August 4 1910 Resolved That in his death his two daughters tho only survivors of his Immediate family have lost a kind and loving father the community tin upright honored citizen and our lodge a faithful devoted member who loved masonry with all his soul We hereby extend to his daughters and other relatives our tenderest sym pathy and commend them for comfort In this sad hour of bereavement to Him who doeth all things well Resolved That these resolutions be placed upon our lodge record a copy sent to the family of the deceased brother copies to the county papers and to the Masonic Home Journal for publicationHartford Ky August G 1910 G B LIKENS C M BARNETT JOHN B WILSON Committee Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case fat Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls CturfJ CureF J Cheney Co Toledo O- We iiie undersigned have known F J Cheney for ithe leer 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable iln all business transactions made by his firm Waiaing Klnnan MarvlnWhoe sale Drussfeius Toledo O Halls CataiiTh Cure Cure Is fter Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surtaxes of tine system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by alt Druggists Take Hauls Family Bills for coastl pai Itxn King Edwards Kindly Wit King Edwards good nature was il lustrated the other night by a London correspondent at the Press Club in New York The King said the correspondent was visiting Rufford Abbey and one morning In company with his host Lord Arthur Savile he took a walk over the preserves Suddenly Lord Arthur a big bur ly man rushed forward and seized a shabby fellow with a dead pheasant protrulirig from the breast of his coat Sir said Lord Arthur to the king this fellow is a bad egg This is the second time Ive caught him poach- Ing But the kings handsome face bean ed and he laughed his gay and toler anelaughOh him go he said if he re ally were a bad egg you know he wouldnt poach S CASTORIAFor Jiia Kind You Have Always Bought y Bears the- 131gnattuo nof A Little Dialogue You are standing pn my foots said tho citizen to the monopolist Ah you must not think of that good naturedly replied the monopolist It Is sordid and pessimistic You should think of the higher things ot lifeYes but it hurts argued tho citi zenThat may be but remember that it is only through trial and tribula tion that we learn to make something of ourselves Blessed are the meek Yes but why should you standon my footI you are inclined to think of yourself that IB wrong admonished the monopolist in a gentle tone Rat er you should contemplate the good I have done In the world That may all be true but I think I shall have to ask you to get off my footBeing a Christian gentleman re plied the monopolist very gently I take no umbrage at your unkind not to say unreasonable request But what you ask is unconstitutional and I must insist on my constitutional rights I have a franchise to your foot That Is the legal phase of It But there Is also a moral side I have become accustomed to the mode of standing For you to try to change It now would be nothing less than un patrioticNotwithstanding all that I must insist that you get off my foot that case my dear I shall have IIn to the courts and get out a injunction against you I Do you deny that it is my foot hotly demanded the citizen I do not deny that in a sense It lis your foot blandly returned the showIItLlfet I Took All His Money Often all a man earns goes to doc I tom or for medicines vo cure o Stomach Liver or Kidney trouble tihat Dr Kings New Life Pus would quickly cure at sttghS cost Best for Dyspepsia Indigestion Biliousness CowsUpaiton Jaundice Malaria and i Debility 25c at all druglsts in Tax on Whiskers outlour interesting lately to come across sonic old documents relating to taxes of former times and reigns Allowing for the difference In the value of money from one period to another these ancient levies seem to have been pretty heavy and extremely var ledOur men folk may be thankful that they have not now as in the days of the eighth Henry to pay a tax for the privilege of wearing a beard a tax that was moreover u graduated one the sliding scale being regulated according to the statue of the wearer A certain sheriff of Canterbury for example had to pay 2 shillings nnd 4 I pence for his whiskers He would not I have won much sympathy iron Mr Frank Richardson Queen Elizabeth I with even more stringent notions on this subject fixed a similar tax on every beard of over two weeks growth I I At a later period It was decided to place a tax on the birth of every child in England and a sliding scale was also employed here The baby of a duke born in the 1695 cost Its proud father 30 pound Sterling while on the Infant of a commoner tho tax was but 2 shillings Widowers and bachelors who had decided to retain the joys of single blessedness were compelled to contribute to the state and long before the Harcourt death duties were dreamed of it was also quite a costly matter to die Nearly our own day tho widow tax was invented by William Pitt and In tho reign of George I it was necessary to have a license to sell hate and there was also a tax on hall pow dor watches and cloaks Ladys Pictorial Monteagle and nee Tenn Monteagle 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suylng as she shook u dainty fist at It You Idiot Wby dont you IvuufeelI think my dear Aunt Margaret tnld sticking her brad through thp open door behind It Is because vanity Is a apIprehenslun you want to marry Charley Cllrre I know you dont waist him to end you a fright lslIt It horrible being so vain with ones whole future In the balance Anice said trying hard to be tearful Aunt Margaret only laughed After a little she said with twinkling eyes I have always thought vaulty was among the leaven Intplauttri Instincts which help to save women from themselves Now I an sure ot It What du you mean Anlce crkd Surely you dont you cant tbink- Tm shamming Again Miss Gordon laughed awl sold Not consciously roy dear The truth Is I think you resent the tact that you have no choice In this made to order match Well wouldnt that gall any girl with the spirit of a mouse Anlce demanded 3lIss Gordon looked thought ful It Is unfortunate as I see 1t she said That however does not al ter facts Instead of cultRuting a has tile mind you had much better be fair Remember It Is not the young mans fault The blame It blame there Is Iles wholly with old Mme Boynton She wanted her fortune to go to you two her stepgrandchildren the soleD descendants ot her two husbands Be tildes I think she reasoned that UI Charley whom she petted would cer talnly marry somebody It was just I1S well to put him In the way of marry dug youSo i say No begets the whole fortune whereas he may rellnqutsb- Inc and keep twothirds of It Anlee said Amity I have the greatest mind to stain my fact and dye my hair red and wear a grass green gown and a yellow stock iA rainbow would become you ever sa much better some one said cow I tag through the doorsome one tall and slim with merry eyes and arm muscular hands tie went straight up to Anlce Hud kissed her upon both cheeks saying Stars and gartersI What n beauty yon have bel Wby didnt I come straight to bee you Nan dear Im In the confessional Ive gone and courted an i i other girl without ever givinG you chance aIUh how jolly Anlcc cried all that nonsense out of the way I awfully glad to see you I remember you as a real nice boy ever so mans years back I I think you were a tartar and I know you were ugly cllat said his eyes twinkling Thats why I mode up to the other one What bare done to yourself The girl I left beI bind me woe sallow and scrawny and green eyed with no hair to speak ot and fingers like talons And just up from six weeks of te- er Anlce Interrupted shaking a ot yellow brown curls ot bum I havtIpent all hour n day ever Miner ling how I looked Just thplI It I had I known bow faithfully you remember Well whntf Cllrro asked as she mode II tentative pause Oh nothlllll Anlel returned I almost Maid I would have made myself live up to your recollections Clitfe lauched then ran on ow that under our KranddnmlI nightmare Qt II will WI havu duly arrived at years ot indiscretion lets settle money mat ters out ot band Im going to relln- 1ulllb you In the presence ot witnesses You may marry whom you please for all ot me I shall also give you halt the money Oh I think you are a dear Anlct Interrupted dlmplllll all over her rosy fare And youll stay here n month and well be the best comrades going Youll tell me all sbout your sweetheart On one condition Cllffe broke In that you gel engaged to somebody before I go away You are II trill unreasonable Anlre sold with a lIorlly brllllllllt smile I want to bp trlftree nil air for six whole monthsbefore I even think ot bondage Comrades the two become comrades so close und rOIljelllal Miss uurdun looked after them sometimes with ryes that were not quite cleariihy were made for each other nud will Lind It out too lot she said In her heart Outwardly he kept silence IUIII hud taken up the enroll and she had no wind to try rosslug the deal Cllrre spoke often of his betrothed but always vaguelyshe was as Itgb as his heart her eyes the color be loved best In all the world When the vrodlng day was set Aulce and Aunt Margaret should know He had no sort ot doubt they would como to love his sweetheart as she so well deserve ro Now and again he gave them messages out of her letters Anlce was In sanely curious to read one ot the let tern through but CUrre would never tgree to It The month was almost ended Next to the last day of It eUlIe rode with Aalcetup Round Top to watch the sun j down twaa Indian summer weather with aU the air toll ot warm j base aud dead ripe autumn cents L They went slowly he leaning toward the girl all up the long slope At the top be dt mounted and held out bin arms to her saying a little buskUy Come I will carry you to the very tip ot the rocks Auire felt him tremble as she slipped Into his arms tier own heart beat tu I rlously She was beginning to find out what his presence or lila absence would I mean In her life But she smiled bock ut him brnvely when at last they stood hand lu band upon the craggy pinnacle The sun sank a globe of- crhnsun tilling till whole world with rosy radiance In that transfiguring illumination Anlre had the face of nn angel serene nil IIsPil rent to Inner lights Clilfe laid his hand softly over hers and said very low It Is bard to go down from all this to utter darkness As he felt her shiver talnlll hp BurrerIAnlre said untruthfully turning away her telltale eyes Cliffe caught both I her hands I think you do know be i said Anyway you know we love I each other Now the question Is What shall we do I Easily nnllwlredtor you Anlce said her lips trembling You are going ownsto keep your pledged word you and my heart Dare I Ileare both behind me Cllrre sold very low his voice thrilling strangely 1 could not love thee dear so much loved I not honor more Anlce quoted almost under breath Wewe are comrades she ran on a little tremulously Comrades stand by each mark other keep each other up to tbeI Comrades Indeed and sweethearts and sltail lit plllhted lovers Cliffe- I cried catching her to him In a breath less clasp Mice darling forgive tue I deceived you I said I bad courted another girl and spoke the truth But It was with the understanding that she refuse me I had your pIcture dearesteven that had taken me CliP tlvbut I knew you well enough to understand how little chance there was ut making you love me It I apI pearetl In the light ot a necessary I kept It UP thus long becaullcell1 because warned to cad out how well you loved tee Dear heart SWIt1t one say you forgive the comrade you tricked you because hI feared to wboI I do not see anything to Anlce sold nestling to him with n lit tie happy smileIThe voyage of the argonauts the date of wblrb It uncertain was professedly a rush for gold to be collect ed In eeeres placed In the torrents flowing down the lIanks of Mount Cnu casus But older much was the west ward movement which Chaldean rec ords of 3SOO D C chronicle to the gold bearing land ot Melukkba after UdlallI o very early tram Egypt to a spot Inland tram the present Sua kin long afterward this was descrtb ed by Dlodorus Siculus who left a map still extant showing the wells provided tot the gold seekers between the Red sea and the mines About 1000 B C there seems to have been another rush ot miners In search of gold Into South Africa Its numbers can only be guessed at tram the ut- enslve remains that still exist but it has been calculated that at least 3O 000000 was secured by these early ad venturers In modern times the IIrst rush was that to California la 18489 Sea Birds Taking the sea birds nil round they are tar more careless lu their nesting than their cousins Inland The terns the skua the putfins the black throat ed diver the gulltemot make no nests properly so cnllld The puffin bow ever usually burrows a rabbit burrow and Is not particular whether Its original owners have done with their home or not It they Interfere or even try to pass a peck from the puffins great parrot shaped bill Is enough to warn them against making the uperl meat II second time The auks are birds of the northern spas and are perhaps the finest divers of any tenth Bred things Their short wings look In tact tar more like lins than wings and unlike gulls the auks catch their prey beneath the surface Tb auks selection of a spot to lay her eggs Is eccentric to a degree She hooRell a bare broken ledge of bard rock overhanging the wares It looks ns though It Were u feat to balance eggs lu such a place and the marvel Is that the first gale does rot send them rolling over the cragsilustou Herald Pepsin and It U s Pepsin is all active ferment present In the gastric juices which has the property ot converting the proteld elements of the food Into peptones Pepsin Is known to be one ot the nlbu mlnolds or nitrogenous organic substances but has never wen sutlstuc- torlly isolated and Its presence is known only by Its effects Pepsin requires for its action the presence ot an acid and moderate warmth As used In medicine It occurs In a fine yellowish white amorphous powder or In traulllucpnt grains or scales It Is extracted from the glandular layer ot the stomachs of freshly killed pllll and should be capable ot digesting not less than 3000 Umes Its own weight of albumen It bus however been isolated in such a pure form as to bt able to digest 25000 times Its own weight of egg albumen The use to which It is put Is to aid the gastric digestion in very old or feeble persona where the gastric juice lx deflclent New York American a J I PAPER CAR WHEELS Safer and Stronger but More Costly Than Other Wheel We naturally think ot paper os something lacking lu strength stud of- a paper nrticle us being fragile no are somewhnt alarmed when nu eucyclo- pedic frlenrrell1ark that the wheels of the car on which we are slipping along nt the rate ot n mile n minute arc made ot paper This opportunity to be alarmed occurs however on only the best of railways us paper car wheels though safer and longer lived than any others ore also more expensive The principal advantage ot wheels made from this unpromising material Is found In the Met that they ore not injured by the violent vlbru dons to which car wheels are sub jectetlThe paper used In the manufacture of these wherIII Is known calen derill rye straw board or tblck paper It Is sent to the car wheel shops In circular sheets measuring twentytwo- to forty Inches in diameter and over each ot these sheets Is spread on even coating ot Hour paste A dozen sheets are plllCill one on the other and the lot subjected to hydraulic pressure ot GOO tons or more After two hours pressure these sheets which have now become a solid block are kept for a week In Il drying room at u tempera ture ot 129 degrees after which a number ot blocks nre pasted together pressed and dried for a second week A third combination ot layers Is then made Deter mIdcb there Is an entire month ot Ilrylll The final block con talus 120 to 160 sheets ot the original paper and Is tour and one halt to live itches In thickness All resemblance to paper has been lost the block In weight density and solidity npllroxl mating the finest grained heaviest I metalTo complete the wheel there are required a steel tire n cast Iron hub wrought Iron plates to protect the paper on either side and two circles of bolts one set passing through tile flange of the tire the other through the flange ot the hub and both sets through the paper The paper blocks are turned om n lathe which also reams out the center hole for the huh Two coats ot paint lire applied to keep out moisture The various parts are next assembled and the paper car wheel Is complete As may he readily understood paper which has received the treatment d scribed lIIay he used tar almost IIIIY purpose for which metal or wood Is used It not too much exposed to dampness and to nil practical purposes It is fireproofHarpers A Pert Reply A story told of Sir John Fisher nllli Lord Charles Berestord whet both were stationed In the Mediterranean will bear repeating A competition had been held nt Malta for a prize nnnually presented by Sir Johll It Is known III the Malta cup and having so far always been won by n crew ItIthis record would be maintained On this particular occasion however a crew ot the Itnmlllles commanded Ily Lord Charles Berestord carried It off instead A day or two later the fleet was practicing maneuvers and A1- 1mlral Fisher whose reputation as astern disciplinarian Is well known was dissatisfied with the performance of the Ram1111es He sIgnaled accordingly to Its commander the message Explain your reason for being late lu executing maneuver Without n moments delay tile nuswer came We- are towing the Malta cupDundee Advertiser A Cruel Joke Oswald a witty nllll original Pan simi hind n mnllla for practical Joking IIe was very amusing to his friends but when his talents were ex erted to avenge some wrong there was more bitterness than fda In his wit One evening when n man who had not treated him polllel gave n reception he revenged himself cruelly The man was slightly deformed All the hunchbacks ot Parls5OO In uum ber presented themselves at his reception They had received notices from Oswald that It they should go to tilts address on this evening they would learn ot n legacy which had been left them Stolen Joke The shade ot time Ice baron had In traduced himself to Charon on the river trip Quite a roomy bit ot water this Styx lie commented ever freezes over does It- Not sos to interfere with navlgat- bOn salt Chnron smilingly and by the way that very tact gave Mephisto the Idea for his favorite joke You dont say Whats the gag Why when a guest In hades corn plaits ot time scarcity of Ice the old buy explains batlts due to the unprecedented perversity ot the post win- terrBuffalo Times Obedient flabby Bobby my son eac timed the dlS mnyed mother ns she saw nU her boye belongings stacked In a cornerpf tbe1 closet havent I tried over ibd ovW to teach you that you should have a place for everything Yes mother said the boy cheerfully und this Is the placeLadles home Journal DiplomacyaThe wife ot n man who came home late Insisted upon a reason When I go out without you be Bald1 do not enjoy myself halfae much and It takes me twice as long Success Magazine The world owes ever man a IlvlnQ but doesnt furnish a collector ALAUQIl AANOUND ALL And IUu y Who Lau gheu Lat Laughed Beat Common decency is cheap nbrctd said the man who had just returned from his first trip to Europe During nil the time 1 was ou the continent I was subjected to discourtesy In but one Instance and I think I got away with It then at that We were crossing one ot the Swiss passes by dlllgellce or coach and stopped oft for luncheon at some little town It was hot and I suppose I made rather a comical sight in my ahlrt sleeves and black glasses with a handkerchief over my collar all I steppedout ot the vehicle to the road I suppose tQo that the brand ot French In which I tried to ask ques tlons was pretty raggedIAnyway a group of young French men waiting In a carriage while their team was changed saw In mo their long lost original scream and the way they laughed was convincing It not flattering They werent backward about pointing out the real racy bits In the picture either and they only laughed harder when I glared nt them mildly Another American and J trudged oft for lunch nud when we came bock there was the bunch ready to take up the howl at me again I looked at my compatriot and ho at me I dont think either or us put the Idea In words but wo began We began to laugh We tell Into each others arms and laughed We held each other up and laughed We laughed till the tears rolled down our cheeks We laughed till we couldnt stolid Wo rolled Into our coach still laughing taking Inspiration for each outburst from a glance at the French men Yell sir that bunch ot Frenchmen just wilted First they closed theIr mouths then they lost their grins then eaoo one began squinting at the other trying to male oUt what was wrong Before wed been nt It two minutes they nil dlllcoertd they need ed a drink and sneaked off to the little hotel Wo laughed tin we saw the last of them and then we laughed at the way we had turned the trick Chicago Tribune MAKING ICE The Process Is Simple Though It Puz zled the Negro A sailboat In which were a white man and several negroes had just left the wharf near nn Ice factory nt the toot ot Main street Annapolis and was headed out the mouth ot Severn river toward a point on the Chesa peake Yectb thlr an old time colored man was lisping I like to glt n job workln round that air Ice plant and see em make Ice with lire Ill tell you how It Is done It you would like to hear my explnnnUon said the white man Yeetb this I like to hear bout It Well lu the first place they have a tank ot ammonia to which a small amount ot heat Is applied It does not take much heat to convert the am mania Into vapor and even that heat is used up In causing the liquid to ex pand Into a gas or become latent as It Is called so that the temperature Is not materially affected Now suppose the ammonia gas occupies n hundred times ns much space ns the liquid It Is evident that the liquid contains n certain amount ot heat which Is afterward distributed over a hundred times the space first occupied A cubic toot ot the liquid becomes n hundred cubic feet ot gas and It Is plait that a cubIc toot of gas will contain only onehundredth part of the heat originally do n cubit toot ot liquid hence the gas Is much colder than the liquid Now this gas or vapor Is allowed to flow through pipes covered with salt water which becomes extremely cold butdoes not treezeowlng to the presence ot salt The fresh water desired to bo frozen Is put Into large metal cans and placed In the colll salt water and allowed to freeze There Is nothing mysterious about the process It Is In fact very simple Do I make myself clear Do you understand my explanation Yeeith thlr yo esplanntlon8 plain but t suttenly would like to see em make that air Ice with fire Washington Star- Illiteracy In India Less than six people out ot every hundred In India have ever learned to read or write Worth Thinking About It Is a dark day In the life of any young man when he passes up a good housekeeper In order to marry an expert s Dallas News- OLATON Editor RepubltcanAs I am a render of your paper I will aslt for a space In your valuable paper just to inform the public that anyone wish itg to pass through our tommunltr had better dispose of their horses and wbbiclesof all classell and walk through the fields as our public roads are dangerous to travel One or my neighbors was called upon the other day to go after a coffin ot course the request could not be dented I am sorry to say but It Is a fact ho was compelled to leave the public road and tresspass through a mans farm to make the trip I will say to anyone having an aIrship capable of carrying supplies such as above mentioned might do well to contract for the work of thisfcommunlty lft JJwtCAMP J r I r rJorJorJorJorJorJo rJorJo t SEND YOUR BOY TO Matheny BaUs t Vanderbilt Training it School e4 I ELKTON a KENTUCKY tr tA limited select school Col trained teachers Students from more than thIrty towns In- ZI Kentucky and from six Southern states Equipment valued at 45 t 000 Electric Light Steam Heat I Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur s ruundings excellent No saloons e Extremely healthful location 3 000 spent on improvements this summer We take boys from 12 years o- fi w age up want your boy carefully ttrained send him to us and send him he is young 4 The nineteenth year of the school opens Sept 7 rWrite for illustrated Catalogue 6 Address All Communications to t MATHENY BAITS Z Principals 6 Mt44444i 445 Republican Convention Called At the meting ot the Republican Committee ot the Fourth Congresslon al District held on July 30th 1910 for the purpose of calling a Convention to nominate a candidate to be voted for for Congress In the Fourth Con gressional District at the No vember election 1910 It was or dered and directed by said Committee that a delegated con vention ot the representatives of the Republican party ot the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky be held In the City ot Lebanon Ken tucky In said district at one oclock- p m standard time on Monday September i 6th 1910 for the purpose ot nominating a Republican candidate- to I he voted for for Congress at the i November election 1910 In the Fourth Congressional District 1 The delegates to said Convention shall be selected by County mass Conventions to be held at the County seat ot each County In said district at one oclock P m standard time on Sat urday September 3rd 1910 and one delegate shall be elected for each oneI hundred votes or traction amounting to fifty or over cast for Republican electors In such county nl the presidential election In 1908 The form ot voting at said County mass Convention for said delegates shall be viva voce The number of delgates to said District Convention apportioned to each ot the various cou ties Insald district Isas follows Brook onridge 26Bullltt 7 Orayson JJ Green 13 Hardin 19 Hart JO Larue 10 Marlon 13 Meads 9 Nelson 14 Ohio 33 Taylor J2 Washington 15 and them shall be one alternate delegate elected for each delegate Total number ot delegates 216 Neccessary to choice 108- M Z HEAVRIN Chmn N FORIGSBY Sec J Notice I wilt present my bllls on the first of each month Please dont ask for more time I pay cash and have to ELLIf4t4a In Loving Memory Of Jim Bryant who after a protracted illness ot Consumption fell asleep In the arms of Jesus on July 6 Ife leaves a broken hearted mothers and father two sisters two brothers and a host of friends and relatives to mourn his losa but we feel that their loss lsJI stgdinae be had chosenr 1 the better part and died quite happy He called his mother to his bedside and pleaded for her not to weep Weep not dear parents although the vacancy In your homes shall nevermore be refilled OnlY think that Jlmg sufferings are now over and that he Is with Jesus waiting to greet you on the Judgement morn Jim was 22years old and was loved by everyone He was laid to rest In the Bethel burying grounds with siX little brothers and sisters The large crowd of weeping friends and beautiful flowers placed on his grave were evidence of the love they had for him He will bo greatly missed His Cousins CORA AND ORA MAPLES Fine Land for Sale We have 460 acres ot fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles or Hartford part of It with Umber Also about 76 acts ot up land belonging to the same trot Terra easy Apply at once to Barnett Smith Hat1tfOX1d Ky tf WHITESYILLE Aug 10L Berry Evans of Only Tenn was at home for a few days last week Will Bob Cook and family Header son are visiting relatives at this writ- Ing Miss Ozona Moseley Hartford and Eddie Edge Adaburg are visiting Dr- Edges her and sister this week Mrs Oeorge Howard lost n very tine saddle and harness horse Saturday The animal trIed to jump a slat fence and hung Its leet mid tell on Its head and shoulders mashing them up terribly I lOne t the largest crowds that was ever In Whttesyille was here yester sessioni Catholic church Every alley and vacant lot was tined with horses and ve bides The lIttle sprInkle ot rain that come shortly after dinner made a great many hustle to tIiiir long distanced homes I The Wt term Kentucky state Nor coursetWmatMmflon and actual work done on school farm Teadhera will base an opPOlltmrlty to prepare for leach 1ng the UbJ OreatoPPCJ1lutlJe Qttered young men who expect to make fatmgng a file Worjt Coixe begins Sept 61910 Write to iafor- matilce Address H H Cbeerqtreet- dent Dowilag Green Ky to